Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00586
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Turn Out 'Tomorrow: Morning and, Welcome That Train Load of Visitors. : :


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-L JAMES WI LILLY TO I the journey. It is expected that they { front, and is now living in a bunga-

will return to Kl slmmee. by Tuesday HARDWARE MEN WILL SGHOOLBOARDBUYS, )ow which he: recently erected. Mr. STANFORD TO FATHERIMPORJANT.RILLS ,;

next. No trouble in passing throughthe

BE CITYJS NEXT MAYOR chobee drainage to 11. canal Lauderdale from Lake was antici-Okee- BE GUESTS OF CITY METHODIST LOTS, and Hamilton meeting he selected his wanted desires.the a Donegan grove This, however'l transaction si


pated. A resort 'O( the adventuroustrip ,
was conducted by Clark &; v

WINS BY LARGE MAJORITY I will be awaited with intereat. THEY COME NOON TOMORROW t CHURCH FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES Meikeljon. !j TO PROVIDE PUBLICITY FUNDS l'


"t B P_ DEFEATED: WILL GIVE I FIRST EASTER MASS I

SECOND PRIMARY RESULTS IN AUTOMOBILE RIDE TO BE GIVEN
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l NOMINEES SUPPORTPLEDGES BUILDING WILL BE OCCUPIEDBY AUTHORITY TO BE GIVEN COUN-

NOMINATION Of J. W .LILLY VISITORS AND SOUVENIR FOR j ] OVERFLOW GRADES FROM FOR KISSIMMEE. TY BOARDS AND CITY COUNCILS .

OVER K.M.BASS AND DEFEAT EACH WILL BE '
PRESENTED 'I REGULAR SCHOOL AFTER I TO IMPOSE SPECIAL
OP PITTMAN FOR MARSHALFor BY RULES
REQUIRED BY TilE COMMITTEE. I NEXT TERM! OPENING.The REV. FATHER SHERER OF BUFFALO I LEVY FOR ADVERTISING

I I GOVERNING I PRIMARY ARE I l
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Mayor: I 1 444444444444440444 4 i' school board has purchased' NEW CATHOLIC CHURCHThe I lion. II. Clay Stanford l is making +

James W. Lilly '- 267 I Jacksonville, )Fla., Mar. 20.- I j the Mithodist church building and : -- I ready for the session of the Legislature ;v
Fred M. IJass Council 1 received Tuesday evening with the lots which i
- 15S parsonage J upon i which convenes at Tallahassee
> B. C. Miller, Pres. Board of first Easter mass ever said in |
For the petitions required under the II these houses stand also the lots adjoining lid
Marshal
: <. Trade Kissimmee, Fla.-Special < i Kissimmee and the first in the new on April 8. is getting his bills

Floyd Tyson - 224 rules of the municipal primary from I fr train is scheduled to reach Kis4* I the church property which I Catholic church will be celebrated by I drawn up and is preparing to push
F. W. Pittman the] various defeated cundidaks'asking owned G. T. .
, - 199 were hy Singletary.The them industriously to -
> '| passage.
sunmce 10:45: Saturday with 200 4' the Rev. Father F. X. Scherer, of ,
Such was the concrete result of the that their names be withdrawn | A people from 25 States. You can > necessity for providing more !1 Buffalo. Among.? the! measures in which Mr.
from use on the official ballot for the 'I' ] for the .overflow is Interested
second municipal primary held Saturday I A hold them until 12 o'clock. Be *: comfortably grades I Confessions will be heard the I Stanford are those proposed ,
election March :29.! that arc being housed at different I at of the Florida ,
\ now the
Grout interest : meeting
( was. manifestedthe 4 ready to handle them. You are "fr afternoon preceding, also in the evening | x
This formality is a protection to I points. -in the city became imperative Chamber of Commerce held in k
election; being testified by the 4? billed to give( an auto ride. 4 I and the following morning. The State
the primary/ and is. recognized: by all
large vote recorded( the ]largest in the i A W. K. JACKSON. .> before the opening of another school Easter: mask will take place at 7:30. Kissimmee in August. These were

history of.Kissimmee.. I In the lust as being\ just and wise. The ('aIHII.1 j -1..44.- 44444.44444 yea. The fact that the Methodist AS Father Scherer returns on the bills to provide for the legal imposition i. t

primary held<< thept.vioul; < Saturday dates entering the primary know it ( congregation is having a new church morning train for Orlando for 1 high qf a special tax for advertising
to be a condition, that they are pledged ) Preparations have been made forentertaining edifice erected" and was offering the and indorsed '
Ion( votes were cast and .in the second I mass it is net'esFiary.hat\ the services | purposes, they were .
.l to support the nominees in the I the doleKafc-s} to the old 1/uilding and the parsonage for I the State Chamberof
number unanimously by
this
\ was visibly increased, the begin promptly on time. The public
event of their own defeat and thispledge National: Retail Hardware Dealers) I j sale, gave an opportunity/ for securing Commerce. ,
number reaching 42<>. I generally will be welcoqne, and all
must be made formally to the' convention" who will be in Kissimmee '
school
/ desirable i iItiiinouow property that the Mr. Stanford has drawn two
a'tertd. up 4wJ
The result of the first primary al- | Catholics] are urged to
Council for an hour or two. I IThl' 11 board was quick to take advantage of. bills to meet this demand; one giving
most surely indicated the result] to l h e The friends in Kissimmee of Father p
.1. :\1. llunsell and J. It. Gilbert visit to Kissimmoe was ar- j< the lot and half
j|
By purchasing a boards of
expected in the ,,('('und. There "eru, Fox will I IKS glad to know that he is authority to county commissioners ,
were appointed by Council to prepare rang 'd hyV, K. Jackion" secretaryof owned fly .Methodists. and the two I to impose a tax of not ni
same surprises, however, 'with all thaI recovering: from his recent illness, d
the official ballot for the election ofMarch the Florida association, who was lots owned Mr. Single-]
adjoining by than two mills and similarbill h
Fred (lass who opposed Judge Lilly and hopes to be in Kiasimmee for ser- ] more a
:'JO.MANHATTAN! largely" responsible for securing(" the tary the school hoard acquires a giving authority to city councils 1
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in the second, polled lf>f\ votes in the I : vice March 30.
: fon\iMtion" of hardware men which frontage of 2fi purpose.
first" and while it was said hy some I
met' in Jacksonville the first of theweek. giving ample) for a commodious is i
that he had developed his full strength f HOTEL street / room The need for these measures so p

as u candidate in the first trial it was The convention was scheduledto building: and grounds when LANDMARKS Of MANY obvious to those who have taken any

thought liy others that his vote wouldbe BEING FRESHENED UP : uiljuuin, this afternoon, and! tonighta the demands for more school room part whatsoever in the business of y

materially increased in the<< secondIt tour of this section of the State shall have arrived. YEARSAGO ARE FOUND building up their towns and counties f

that he would i I begins. The delegates will travel ona The board will adapt the church ,that it does not seem necessary to f
was hardly expected
(ERNEST GREEN IS THE ARTIST I>' privileged' train, which means that building for school purposes\ meet say very much in order to secure their t ,
fail to poll aa many in the "second she
did in the first, but this proved to'' WHO 1 IK MAKING THE OLD I(i t the train will stop anywhere that the the urgent needs for more room, and SURVEYOR JENKINS MAKES INTERESTING passage. The object of the measures t

delegates wish to stop for awhile, the will be advertised for the constituted
HOUSE NEW. parsonage i is to allow regularly !
be the case, as he fell one short of I DISCOVERY IN
I and! it was by this agreement that sale, to be removed from the lot. authorities to levy a tax for publicity j ;
votes second
the
getting as many on I t the will visit Kissimmee.A indicates CpURSE OF HIS WORK.F. .
party The sale of the parsonage purposes, so that burden may fall
ballot as he did on the first.
Hotel
The Manhattan under the
I committee composed of W. B. that a new one will be built by the evenly on all instead of falling heavily
Judge Lilly maintained from the of G. B. Poe I
management is takingon
Makinson, Earl Lupfer, Ross Graves congregation. The new church is expected H. Jenkins returned from a recent on the few who have the public j
first that he going to be (elected ,
was | new life and much new paint. The
I and R. D. Waring, representing the to be completed by September trip to the.lower end of the coun- interests at heart. '
and he mule good as a prophet exhibiting Manhattan was formerly the Central,
0 1 of the characteristicsof retail hardware dealers of Kissimmee, 1, and at that time the old. church ty, where he has been engaged in There is not a town or county in
some but Mr. Poe the and he
changed name and B. C. Miller, II. C. Stanfrd and W. building will be turned over t* the running some land lines, with several Florida that does not spend some '
,the old political war horse, by i is making so many other changes that )
the IJ.I Sears, of the Board of Trade, have school authorities. interesting marks of his trip. money for advertising, and it so hap-
\ it by
nt'ikkig toj updismayed the old house doesn't look much like to'
take the visitors for
prepared an of that all such is :
Sixty-eight a party spent
years ago pens money
changes that the campaign developed. the old Central The hotel l lI
more.
any automobile ride immediately DEATH OF. MRS. I). C. THOMPSONThe
upon government surveyors run some lines without authority of law at present. j
While it was a quiet campaignit has been given thorough cleansing I ;
a ofMrs.. D. C.
I arrival. A special souvenir has been friends Thompsonwere 4
in the district and in looking time council '
same Every a city or a !I
and I
was nevertheless a tight one, from top to bottom, and Ernest Green, prepared for the visitors to take away shocked and grieved to learn of for the marks left by them Mr. Jen- board of county commissioners makesan f
the Judge made an effective canvass i with his brush and fine for
paint eye St.
with and it is her death which occurred at
them, planned to give ,
it
much and to for the
shoe kind. lie much kins was puzzled put appropriation advertising f-
of tie gum was combination and contrast is makingthe
The ladies have been Cloud evening. She was the '
each a bouquet Tuesday : The usual mark is a blaze action is and if the tax "
the result and received survey's illegal, payers .
gratified .over office and reading look I
(I rooms of Mr. and Mrs. J.
furnish
requested to these boutonnieres daughter-in-law '
friends I on a tree. Searching as closely as were so minded they could recover 1
of :
the congratulations many like new. A number of bedrooms sending them'to W. B. Makin.eon's W. Thompson, of Kissimmee, and had lIuch'boards. t<. 4 l
he could Br.$ Jenkins was unable to from the members of .- \ 4
revealed his nomina-
when the count refurnished and Mr. Poe 1
are being as in this '
office by noon tomorrow. There'will an extensive acquaintance city. discover such land marks. Trees To make provision for the legal expenditure .. : '\,' .
stated at the outset, he going ,to be no formal l exercises attendingthe She was! 20 years of age and besides .....
tion.Floyd but hecouldn't of in this direction '
enough, ;t';
whd won over Marshal were numerous money ,
Tyson, cater especially to the commercial ,
entertainment of the hardware 1 her husband .leaves a daughter twoyear's
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find that had'been notched which is recognized Mr. '
his vote one as necesary,
popular large
Pittman I U aa Mr Poe told the Gazette
patronage took
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will be view of of The interment
,. men. They given a age Stanford has and will offer
by the surveyor's prepared
axe. .'
that he will
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shows an4 it predicted this week .that the patronagehad
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Kisaimmee and a pleasant impression place at DeLand, where as Emily ,into '\ !
he cut bills
to the
thought a following
Finally :
make a good marshal. lie is serving I ] been better than he expected. As |by which to remember the town in :May, daughter: of Mr.and Mrs. Joseph exhibited entitled :
be' An Act to
that excressence A Bill to
tree n | :
in the position. of night poli(-cman. 'a; mutter of fact he has had a full addition to the ..souvenir.Icat . I' 'May she spent her childhood. .
II the form of an elongated knot. authorize County Commissioners to ;
the : \ in i
Mayor could
This officer appointed by |housetT since he- opened, and I
I This proved to be a happy thought, |, 1 levy a special tax for Publicity Pur- : '
(Council
the >
and condimcd( l by wish for nothing/ better h of William, L. Campbell. "

The election will \be a mere fiurniility William L. Campbell, a prominent I BEAN| CROP FINE ON or inspiration, for he found that the I' poses.j ,1tfTa. ,
caused growth :i Be it enacted the Legislature of f
knot was by a over by
: 'J'!*I. The new ,
placeMarch I
taking' citiJ-en of the Campbell Station dis-
officials will lie sworn in at the li.t TO EXTEND CLYDE 1 triM, died at his home Friday of last j CYPRESS ISLANDVHI.COX the axe mark that the government !the State of Florida: #( ,
left nearly seventy Section 1. The Board of County
haLl
meeting of Council in Apnl. Thiifwill week, aria! was buried the following I surveyor
AVE. BEYOND R. R. I '
11 main but one member of the old lop at Pleasant' Hill years ago. After Mr. Jenkins had (Commissioners of any county are
] made his first he found | I authorized to F ;.
Council. namely A S. (Gilheit: 'p'hi'new Mr. Campbi-ll was 50) years of age BROTHERS HAVE SEVEN discovery hereby levy a special
I little] trouble in establishing the other | (tax not to exceed two_ mills, upon real
imiuUTate' I'r l'1: Rivers.' ,t 0\\) :Nr.KS/ or) PROPERTY( )! I IN LAKE He is survived by Ills wife and five' ACRES JUST READY FOR PICK B land .
section corners, though he found that i personal property of the -
and (G i, respective
L H, Cohoon .
J W Thompson children. I He wa.s" a member of the ,
I
PROMISE; TO
SHORiDDITION:: ) )
I I' Democratic IANl; () MARKETING. the former survey was not altos | counties to be assessed and col-
II 1'iatherFROM County Executive:
(osriNfi: : : l-XTENSION.: ; tyether accurate, the character of the | lected as other county taxes are assessed : .
com-j .
rmttee for "several years, and
i country at that time having forbid and collected, for the purpose'
| wise. took an active part in The bean Island is
I crop on Cypress the of absolutely straightline. of to the advantages
KISSIMMEE TO of running an < giving publicity ,
The continuation Clyde avenue t
fairs. lie was a staunch Democrat, I j .
,'l of their ;
facilities and productions respective -
the railroad looked la ane.WilCoX
beyond is upon asa j true friend a consistent Christianand
Brothers have seven acres
LAUDERDALEPAR Mr. Jenkins cut out several of these I] counties. ,
FORT | of the ..
in the building
development I lived to his ideals in the domestic and I
up of the hest beans ever saw, ,
will you old land marks and brought them to Section 2. All acts in conflict here- \
the future
II which bring I IahouL
town near
relations! I He was well and little
t they expect to make a tidy sum town, and presented the Valley Ga- j with be and are hereby repealed.
MORNINGI'OR ( I (; I favorably known, and his death is |from the sale of them. of them. The mark
LEFT: SUNDAY ; 1 the zette with one Section 3. This act shall take ef-
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Clark representing property dt'eply'r'lrelted by many. bean a
Just they want pickers
TRIP THROUGH( (; I LAhKS owners of the Lake I Shore Addition '; now of the surveyo/'s axe as it was imbedded fect upon its passage and approval t ,
I i and they are advertising for help in in the tree at that remote its
\ND\ DRXINAGE C \.NAL.A ) appeared before Council Tuesday Jacksonville l\ietruloiis-The) : "*>y_" the governor or upon becoming a \,
| 1 narv'stintheir Already they
I / crop. I
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evening and asked\ that Clyde avenue war horse" Colonel William II. Lati- period( is unmistakable. jHARR1SDEYOREO j law without such approval. AlsoA
1 have sold 75 hampers at good
!some Bill to be entitled An Act to :
extended beyond the railroadto of retained : au-
mer Tavares was as
left Kissimmee Sunday I 1 1I prices, and the prospects for profit- thorize Cities and Towns to levy a .:
puiu the pasture fence. The. Lake Shore grand keeper of records and seal ; and :
able returns most promisingjust -
moining( at 8 o'clock for Fort Lauderdale addition, which< is being sold] in lots I "The Tall Cypress of the St. Johns," are '' special tax for publicity purposes. :; k, .'

by way of the lakes. and State by J, 1 II. Clark and! R. W. Meikeljon, Past Grand Chancellor William C. at this time when anything The marriage of Miss Lillian Belle' Be it enacted by the Legislature of 0 I'
in the nasty North looks good lIarril and Mr. Harry Mitchell Dey- '
green 'r
Steamer Lillie, the State of Florida
drainage/ canal. The begins at the pasture fence and extends West, was called upon to again keep : \
*ith Capt. Clay Johnson in (command to the municipal drainage canal ': the keys to the exchequer of the grand and appetizing and suggestive: of oreo took place Wednesday morning( (II Section 1. Any city or Town in 4;. ,
spring. at the home -of the bride's parents, ') '
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was thr vessel employed :Mr. 'lark assured the Council body. this State is hereby authorized to t! -

'I 1 his excursion may he said to be that ''f the city made the extension I Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Harris. Rev. A.1 I levy a special tax not to exceed two \ -i

the first of any considerable size! to from i the railroad to the pasture that COUNTY FAIR TO BE HAMILTON PURCHASESA. 'M. Chisholm, pastor of the Christian 1 mills, upon the real and personal '

make this trip. The journey has been the property owners. of the addition I church, conducted the ceremony. | property therein, to be assessed and J ':(

launch but E. DONEGAN GROVE Only members of the bride's family:| collected as other City and Town +'i.
made by small parties would: take up the extension from that GIVEN MARCH 27-28 I
I and few intimate friends, were pres- \
a
never before had a real pleasure partyWn point and curry it through the property taxes are assessed! and collected, for c

\ organized for thte passage, and besides making other improve- \v, I: ent. The I bride> was becomingly dressed j) the purpose of giving publicity to the <:' t

for this .. e trip may he rccogmred ments. REHEARSALS NOW IN PROGRESSFOR WILL BUILD HANDSOME nOME I': in a. traveling suit, and carried advantages, facilities and productions -;:

as all even of importance The4in The Lake Shore addition is certain PRESENTATION: OF THE ON PLACE ADJOINING: GROVE I! roses. There were no attendants. of such municipality. n 1 .It

< will come, undoubtedly, when to be one of Kifisimme's. most desir- I RECENTLY SOLD BY MILLER I The couple left on the 9:30: train for Section 2. All laws in conflict herewith ,t.,:.
PLAY( AT TilE PASTIME will be
Jacksonville, where they at
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will be a favorite trip for excursionists able residence suburbs in the course \ 1 be and are hereby repealed. ..1 Ii"
home to their friends after April 2. \'
I This shall ef- ,
Section 3. act take
touring the State of a few years. The lots are being '

The party was made up at the offered at attractive prices and they Rehearsals are now. in progress for The Arthur E. Donegan grove adjoining I accomplished fect upon its passage and approvalby

Graystone hotel, being composed of are being sold fast.J. the presentation of the County Fairat the governor or upon its becoming. "
.. Capt. Clay Johnson and Mrs. John- > the Pastime theater March 27 and the Jim Miller place, which ', musical and social gifts that made her a law without his approval.

I son, C. W. Ward, Miss Mildred Tur- H. Bonn, of Lodi, California, ar- 28. The play is being'directed by was recently sold by Mr. Miller to \ popular. She was a valued. memberof I

II I ville, R. David Porter, Mrs. Porter, rived in the city last week, to Bpenda Miss Potter and will be given under Erskine Smith,. of Toronto, has been the Christian church choir and he EASTER COMMUNION.The .

Sam Hannah, of Beaver Falls, Pa., t f. few weeks looking over this aectionwith the auspices of the American Wo- purchased by L. A. Hamilton, also of place will be hard to fill. Her departure Holy Comunion will be ob-

N. Stites, of Chicago, Mr. Higgins of a view to locating. He is so man's League. I Toronto. \ from Kissimme will be generally served at the Presbyterian church ..

Sanford, Mrs. Bedingfelt, of Alberta. far wejl pleased, and thinks our cli- I Attractive advertising mater has There are thirty-six acres in the regretted, but. the wishes of next Sunday morning. Any Chris e

This number was augmented by thecrew mate superior to that .of 9alifornia.Should !} been posted for the play, and it fs Donegan place, with some seven! I many friends for her happiness' will tian in good standing in his

and one or two local parties Mr. Bunn decide to locate here, stated that the cast will include one. acres of citrus fruits, and it is con attend her. The groom is an energetic is most cordialy invited to join in .Jtf ,

whose names were not learned. || which h.s thinks altogether probable, hundred and fifty local characters sidered one of the most desirable and successful young' businessman service.In I

J Beginning Sunday afternoon the ': he will 'be joined by his. son-in-law andi It i is promised that the play will be an properties in this section.Mr. I of.Jacksonville. the evening there will b

weather was excedingly disagreeable, i' family, who are now in California.n entertainment of unique character and Hamilton expects to build a special David Llving tone from'.J t4

and the party, which reported from has been reading the Valley Gazette i- worth the money many times over. handsome home on the property and Four applicant took the examina- service. l Come' and worship wjth Ji' i.

Basaenger Tuesday morningstated for some time and stated to a Miss Potter is a specialist in this will take up his permanent residence tion which was held at the postofflce I I '

that they had seed as much rain as I representative of this paper that be particular line of,)werk,'and it is assured here. .Mr. ''Hamilton had .alreadydeotifled Saturday, for clerk carrier. Th,. ,re- bi'. Graves as! returned} ,t y.,: ;;i

they cared for and were hoping for> was attracted to this section\ through that the County Fair will provea himself,by ,the purchase l of loft, of the examinations. wiU :not lx .''pi' .t vlsltto :reLUvee. ; 'Am.r.:.; ,; :,.*, .5.'

5for the,Utter part of> l rtutog Its 1 commie, ..'. pleasing attraction., . ... considerable P.1't7OD" the.....lakeA known forwmedays,; et.r;; ;* ;: iifi'{.; ....d ... 'f" .--\, '... ', , ,.,b''I'$
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tf \ FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913 .

i t, PAGE 2. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEt GAZETTE : I

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---- -- --- -anti. qualityof ) resolution embodying the 'suggestionsfor ed in the past few days and.seven
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,
i fine flavor, with texture .
t The government has a l list of consideration. have moved from the two Ther-
posals. the board's cars
about
HUNDRED CARLOADS the best. There will be 500 '
,SITE. WANTED FORKISS1MMEE instructions of considerable lengthwhich r cars of this variety of fruit which eases, Hampton, New River and Lake ,
.
must be complied with. Both JLORIUt PINEAPPLES.Jacksonville Butler via that line to eastern mar- '
will durinif May and June. I
.' PI 0. : FRUIT FOR F EACH DAY move running to Fla.- -The' coming I kets. Some of the growers and associations -
J liOKHOU OF A UOG.Some oranges ,and grapefruit are
and summer pineapple 'crop'promfRell "netted from $5 to
I' :, -:-- l !sizes too large -for many markets to gpi-iyig! i $5.60 per f
I to be of excellent quality and |I crate. .
,
lyings people get over; some obtain the best results, this being"paiticularly
\ I fully three weeks earlier than last: This Is new development thepart 1I
continue while life lasts, and people true of all southern mar I on \
r DIMENSIONS ARE PUBLISHED I can iio' 'more l help them.than. _natural ': FOUR WEEKS MORE SHIPPING kets'which'desiro; small fruit Grapefruit fieason. It i U believed that express* of the railroad mentioned, their \
Ii .shipments will start ubouj :May: 15. officials I and agricultural 'department =
sizes and for ) .
I'uiming'to ,
form, color etc. It us a downright : is large | :,
.
.. 'I '' the as -
- is about same
The been making regular
most markets are over- : acreage ,. having trips to
to to force a that reason !
I cruelty try person
MUST BE CORNER WITH AREA THAT'S:; HOW( THE CITRUS CHOP I and will probably I I I'exceeel I
f I I against these idiosyncrasies.; : : stocked. Large sizes, 28s and 36s, last year shipments stations for the past eight months

1f1.l OF NOT' LESS THAN SIXTEEN I I I We have a case to point right herein IS UlClMi AItRKE1'EOSIIIP'T'EIS'PLEISEI are a drag on most markets, whileother last season's movement of : forming associations. In addition to ;7."

our midst. We refer to llr -BreokI :' ) WITH WAY sizes are in fair demand at $2.25to fiOO-.OOCJ;' ; < crates \\'hidwere" *" shipped this considerable enthusiasm has devtloped I
g THOUSAND) AND SIX HUNDKEU dining June and July. in ji-gaid to the planting of
I i The matter came out at the polls Sf 2.50 per box.
TIM'ir is SOil! Th total pineapple crop for IH12! Irlf-li potatoes and it is expected'that .
: lie carried l the
!SQUARE FEET. Saturday was up Jl. C. Schiaelei efc Co report that
f stairs|I and placed at the door of the they are moving a lot of fruit unelrneit wui- about 1 fiJ.'i.OOO> : crates, as ]:!:5.000nates above 7f cars }1 i ill mpve during the

mom where the voting was going on of their cm', are rolling under were shipped dUI'ingthe fall latter part of HJarch or the first of

One of the first official rfct of WG. and 1 asked to go in, but declined lo do ri.OKIDA CITRUS S1111'MENTSlt'11r' : ingeiation" The 1 harm "veatheIin! months, \\hit'h.xt'ncl.d.' we-ll into .\inl] the acreage being. in the vicinIty -

troJ'Llc moved l last week _ _ 7,2 .'lanuai of the unrest ) ear. of lake" Hutler Lake
The there ) City, New
McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury ; so was, was a dogin tin north has caused a good demand!
((1(1' mused week ]before last _ btH! It is reported that the (uban crop I
the )Several; gentlemen s !River North: and South Theressa and
was to have written an advertisement j room. urged I und all fruit that they have shippedunder ) \
him to him that Total car-- moved to Mai K __I7R40.laekSOnville 'is also Burly anel the bulk ofth..i. 'pung'-ide
for a postofftee site for Kissim- I go in, assuring ice is caiMing in lust class
"' The advertisement in I he dog was hai mless. imp will be out of the \\'oy before
mee. appears : ,shape' and they have had no complaints -
'
"<;,'nt"l11en] ," said he, "thefirst Ha ,-The citrus fruit the Florida crop is at its Hush 1 hemovement CALOMEL
this issue of the Gazette: I rate Th,-)' have not had! a complaint IS UNSAFELocal
1 I at the of more
< roll is moving this will be muchheavier
the of ) thing I remember in whole lifetime year
According to terms proposals inv ill two weeks from any It i '.fiigeliitoi -
than )JOO()() day this.ek., and! '
\\"tel'n
cam
than "
per niuikets
ev ibe
it is required that the lot must lie on : was a dog's bite, and it has liftalife : cai that they have movedhase to
have been in all markets -
prices stronger .
a corner conveniently situated to the time horror on my mind. And ,I foie I Druggist Who Sells
I The 1 movement last week in- < 8* ('o repent then movement Iodson'gliter
business renter of the town, and must he stayed out until the owner w..nt'
,'lud lc'd I 72: ears and shipments towestern ]lighter I this week and they are shipping I lone iiiarnnteps; It lo Take
i I TilE SP.\11KE IlKUin: CHOP.(
contain approximately Ifi.iiOO: ; square out at another dour and his dog followed
Kelt Ill'aThere mostly under ventilation] but ex- he Place
mat were I of Calomel.If .
staike, Fla.-Herr'y shipnunt-
feet of area. If the lot is rectangularits ] 1 him.
is ('\'I'Y indication that higher prices, lit.'t t to hip under refrigeration I ifvvaim amounted
this
Maieh I 1 fiom section
minimum dimension must lie not I
'I "I thought your mini"ter'a to will lie maintained, during the remainder weather continue"The fruit is \fiui liver is ,not working just
: ) )
than ( on
less than llli feet. to men 50,001) quartPlOt'S| '
excellent satisfaction and )11 ghtou do not need to take a chance
have a call to Minneapolis of the season About four weeks /giving ,
Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew received .the<. local maik-t lunging from $::1.to !:1.-;
last week a request from the' t "He dill expect: it, but he went up'' shipping will dean! up all ml
I tie| 'ie't 1 pi each a trial sermon and orange ""Qal.out all of the grnpe- The movement to we-tun markets the. of calomel (,o to the Kissimmee
weather but
department to furnish a map of the i much lain and cold ,
I 'took his text from St Paul, so it'S fruit. has been large, I lung c..., who sells J Hudson's Liver
town with the business and rc'Riden', quality| of the flint, has been fall ' *
all o'f.'hil'UA'o' Ih'l'ord-lIeruld. '1'he, of late Valencias! in of I OIK "'lid] pay .U cents for a :large
tial districts designated with icgatdto iiop' are I Ih.-t' "i- \I'I'Y i indication waimwe.itliei Some. howiMi, liaviariRiel 1 on tinni.iiket '

>'t"r their denseness and trend of'' __.. .--.--_:- _w:_::.::.:-_:.. _.-. .-. .-. -- .. '". - -- ._. . until the close of the reason. a little I gici-n" 'I'hto I I.'. I- ,-\',.lptu'.pet \ ItcittN Youill get a' harmless veg-
,
TIH'1 lonilii I ('itius Kxchang; pudict1-" \ tt.nl' 1..nll'.I\] that will start your
growth. I of a laigfand line crwp' ali]
Good Roads Association Inc' without violcnie, and if it does
r to fairy prices for diningptil
; This document with such supplemental oiange-s ) -hlpme0tS i tin- vve-e k liavc been be'itv y. .
and Mav apt 1 I i- not lushing 11' fruit i oi HIM, innipl, ] satisfaction( the
.
,
information desired I has l.ien '
wash but not as lunge Its (\peited :
promptly forwardee) It begins to Start Aggressive Campaign in (ill)' great ijiiantities) "" aeiount of weather conelitlulls di a uirgi-t-Hill will I;fund your money with

look as if Kissimmm' I is in the wayof 1..1\\t.y. llanvpliin and I Lake lutlit! .
II .\ou buy a bottle of 1'odson's
getting a new }postoffice/ buildingbefore ] 11''t\'I': I (;.Il11'I'I'RI'11'! :I 1 I IAKMIM: : I:l and olh"I'i ]iointon tlu' tieoigiasiiiithiin ; I tune . .
before SIHO.Nf.; ; 1 LElSJ\TI\'E: ; | : l'OlDIITTEJ-TO: : ; ( (.0) 10 i i\ ,1 i fur v out sf If or your chid" ]-
very lung\, that is lo say, I.LHSSEE:; : iV I'lui I id.e .tiid l Scalxiaid Alt
Miami, 1 I'la- .\ petition' ha been von have insured family
many years, fen ill the course of III'HI0:111: (; : :'\(. SESSION (IITilE I me i.iilioad--, ale -hippiner Moils I to your
: .
LEt'SJ.\lTHE.(; I : signed. I.y :2.! iitius' fiuit glower-1 and ,nlni. fifiii" attacks of constipation
,
+ things it requires a long time to secure : iail\! I'IIM- ate' .ibovit the)
ia > <
a pie'smtlel by. II. II. 11.11/ ll-on eif 1:1": ,.'k l.ilioiiMie, ", [lacy 11\1'( and headache.It .
a govirnmint building 1 First 1"'I\'d) I bv tilt gmweilieu .
% anu" a-
1'oint, and T.I \ \looieof till.ty, I t i I' t.'llI"I'1; ] and ,safe for chil-
8 It I" necessary lolelllrun appropriu- At a icnt !H.tmof/ the StateHood and bung' the State into piommence . I'lobablv one half ,of the In'I rly imp
r "'''''n/! that tlu eoiihiv' "'nmii-,' -lone i s ili.n' ii'far. adult--. A bottle of Iod-
; lion for tin building site, IIl1d 1 after I (; Kemel- .1'-iiitinn.. /held 1 at Enstis 1'111'1 best legal talent can be ngagi limn liiaelfoiel eoiinlv is -hippeel" 1 flom:
'''i-s a M-dlution lo in "i -'II..d' :at .,,
1 (1' |p0 "n's I 1.\1'' ( 'I 0111' is something
the site is siciiied. then it I J'I''onv'I t , OIK' ol 'the important" t disc" 'ussionswas i.d to light fOI'l I alter\ ]legislation fav01 '- tln.r |ii'>mt and from PIIMMI imluaturn every
tin ne\t i-lent ol tin legs'.latuietsk-! ,
necessary to obtain an uppropriationfor | t to (mil II'a and means of ing good loae'ls! mid State and Jill 'that Ixiilv to 'inoilifv' tin mimatuiifllllt h.,, four safe
the building After this I" dOll lI1"hll'gIIIl'' gJini/utiiui one of tlu e'r.il aid 1 tan he si4ured.The ",iiiith moii mom'v' foi, tliin' imp i- money is because'
a, plans] must be dnl\\ nand a""I'JI1I.d.and most 1 powerful of its kind the entire law -I ; lo i M'n".1) Made (Ollll ;: .'n i 'an iftuin ,the bottleif it fails
in membership fees go to thetieasuiy > thin t they riiirx" 'd I Lt i-t Vial.' I Ibere
t 1\ f'OIlI:1"1"l T 1 I fl nit that ,
i t '" i / i ( i t lo ati-l\I1
the building is leached III its regular ,eeiunti Local (Good; Roads (Clubs .
r for the benefit' of bitterloaejs I,1Levu noi veie I'lo-t ;anil l (ilaiitan -
order after all other building ,' art to; l I" oigani/ed; to he aflilliateil, The annual dues arcbut $:J!, inabe, -hippie' ) dining' the' mining looking,; luiillln arid the. -, aonwill 1 : I It I Advertisement
Mi Mam-em In- iiniaikbtfoie '
'asoii " in ' .
# projects that precede it are looked with the Stat Association, and direct 0I:i i and no initiation fee is charged at ,\\ extend well llplnlo MasM. -- -

t after by the Supervising Architect. membership is to be sought through-I!,! the present time All persons in- thi leiinnnmm aidA : "What do MMI mean by }getting}
There to that the I ". I L. Meson/ vv.i-; ane-titl }Ja-t
is reason hope out the state.
terebted in Florida's future shouldjoin ] drunk when) I send out with
; : you apnspectlI'
d building for KiHsitnitiee will not be I It is that the I -e a-on and t the. n-t" of the. growers, of .\\ BEHU'SECTH :\ '
expected association ,I the State Good Roads Association ) cu-lomer :" asked the
subject to the delays that some times will have a membership of' five\ thousand I and become identified with the tins "section' IlItlln"lat"cllllld kept fionihipping .Iah'ol1\I1I., Fin.-Stiiiwbrrne'1 ] i i ofexcellent lull I hail

attend the construction of govern- before the next annual meetingat great movement for the State's good ' guapefililt before the ln-t (of ejualil air being '"I..d at

,'' ment buildings In home places for the Gainesville and that the Cahies- Governor Park Trammell says, regarding Oetol.ri. and that thousands of dollars North and South heressa. Hampton "Y..u told me to take the man',

reason that the Kumimmee building ville Convention will be the greatest good loads: "111m firmly] were lost to I lack- I'ounty aa lesult Xew Kivcr and lake Butler on the nua-uri," explained the profligateon

C will be a postoffice building, only. In gathering ever held in the State. The convinced that a thorough system of The point was made that the rule that Palatka division of the (Georgia Southern "This man had. a greater capacity .
for the (Gainesville; contention and Florida] 'rlw season than 1 had.".-.Buffalo Express
,;4 some places, ports example pro- Gainesville Convention will be the good roads in each county in Florida adoptedpiovieling open
vision must be made for customs of- that no giapefiuithould h
fifteenth annual convention.The will] add more to the. material advancement -
t fices federal marine be shipped before the t first of October I
i i engineers, court Eustis meeting adjourned to .of our varied resources, II
hospital service, internal revenue collector meet at the call of the legislative to the up-building of our State, to gave every county in the -rate the I

) and other branches of the government committee at Tallahassee, where the property enhancement and to the same oppoitumtv of getting the bigprice's i

j service that have headquar- )legislative] committee will report on Comfort and convenience of our rural early in the season regardless $

tare for the district at the government number of bills they now T"ave under citizens: and to the people generallyof of the. maturity" of tbe fruit, as I lade 1,500 REWARDFifteen i i

It is that count) Mr Harrison declared that
.,. building. quite possible ; consideration. The good features of the State than any one other step
Kissimmee will have such a rule is all right for Ol'anll'H.whith ,
the building at the bills that have been submitted I that can be taken.
I Hundred Dollars Reward 'wIll be paid for information E
is a sweet fruit. "Grapefruit,
r jpfflces: for a government engineer, orassistant Will be incorporated into separate Any communication addressed to I

'i' for In the course ,of time bill, William Henry Beers, chairman of : on the contrary," said he, "is an acid leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who murdered G

a\ there 'will b. consid r bU work In th. The first real work of the State the membership committee of > the ''fruit, like the lemon and the lime, I .' Carl Hilliard and Raymond Harris tJ

;, waterways of this district that will, Good Roads Association! will be under State Good Roads Association Jacksonville and \is edible and most healthy even

''. undoubtedly. be directed. from this taken at Tallahassee and the cumula-', will receive prompt attention I when .green?* In proof of this he i'j L."H. INGRAM. Ii

place tive result of years of hard work of I : To keep up interest in. the association ,I pointed out an instance last year in | Sheriff Osceola County. i ic

I \' 1Is not known what lots will be those interested in Florida's develop- wark each member of the September when a child of a friend',

' available for the postoffice site. : ment will be shown. 'I association will. receive the Automobile was ill with typhoid fever and the : Raymond d
dsa
J j There are several suggestions, but I The advantages of good roads in ,] and Good Roads Advocate monthly doctor prescribed grapefruit juice I I
much the location and I Florida be estimated. I when no mature grapefruit could be .
;l depends upon can hardly The Advocate is the official organof Harris
:
3 Si, the prices set upon them by the own- Property values increase, tourists the association and all members had The juice of preen grapefruit

{ era. The Katz lot next the Valley i settlers, and investors arc attractedto have the privilege of its columns. Thu picked, from Mr Harrison's g..o'eI'ah who was ''s

1, Gazette building, on the corner of'' the state by good highways. The, results of various good roads meet- given the child l Jntlllually! until itsrecovery. rC f

.fit- Church and Posseil is one location that good roads work that has been done i mgs are reported the Advocate, with Carl I

has been suggested. Another is the I in recent years is already attracting which ,enjoys< the distinction of being T. V Moore ail : "(uba and Porto I t

4'! Roma Thomas property that wasre I attention throughout the country. I the handsomest publication publishedin Rico have no laws which forbid ship Billiardwhen ;: '

a, cently purchased by Arthur E Done- I|I Almost every autompbile and travel the South and is a Florida product. nie-nts before a ", 'rtalllat..., and as a Il :4" tk ,

I, gan, another is the triangle between magazine has had articles upon Florida The one good way to assist in the consequence immense profits are mur- I

r' Broadway on one side and Stewart roads during the' past few months up'buildmg/ of Honda, on the part of made by growers on these ,islands on Bred but

v} avenue on the other. There may Ve : all of which have been handsomely progressive citizens,, i is to join this early shipments" i

others for it is likely that all sorts I illustrated with beautiful Florida good\ loads movement and become The members of the board without whose body t. aw L

4".. of proposals will be filed in response vi..ws. All of this advertising is valuable ]- 'actively! identified with the State exception expressed themselves as favorable ftaP. T

to the government's request for bids. .I to the state and is bringing dood! Roads Association, by sendingthe to passing such a resolution : has never 4

y The bids\ are to be opened at ten I hundreds of visitors each day. dues for the next year-$2:!-toj as was suggested one of the commissioners to w

\ o'clock "of the morning of April 8. It ,I With a large membership, the State I j Wm. II. Beers, 1)2-1 Main street, Jacksonville declaring that he expects to been recovered. t

is desirable that all bidders get a copy 'Good Roads Association can afford to I Fla] and .receive the Asso have fruit ready for shipment late in -- ---

of the requirements from Postmaster (send delegates to conventions throughout : ciation's literature, bulletins and a August or early in .Septembei Mr : . hn

Vans' Agnew before submitting pro- the country, to represent Florida I full membership card Harrison was asked to draw up a '1 n.


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noons.. If ever a colony of people "

' ...... .$$$$$$$ $ $ $$$$$$$$$ $ ffiifiSfiififfiifiifiifiHI were hipped on a certain subject this I .., .

p one Is on the trot and all of Its allied

w steps.Not even the eloquence, of :
; U. M. BREAKER & CO. lit
.. ifiHi William Jennings Bryan can draw

*' !H? from the dance Mr. Bryan motored k, 41

. l ' " ; i ." . ir* over from Miami the other day and :;'"
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u: "j" : .. started In a fine address) to a crowd 4
, :n ." '" ", '\\\1": \ ,. "'., ..,' ',' .. ". >.1,', ;n '. ,j .
!/ ,'",,, ;,, ',, t( ... .. ... ,: 'i,.::;'"" ,..... . that dwindled'as soon al'the music . 'I
y; '' ..-, :..y.\u-.r': .: / _,",.:..._..'-.c-u., .. "'-- .-: : '"""' ;'. ... ;n '
.: ,' --,. , ., -,_ ." '-, ? . " '? ,;::;,:.'..,.; r' struck out in a distant part of the -
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5It .EVERYday is a gain day at this the veranda it wag,'suggested thata

vote be taken on the best turkey
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; store. 'Our stock is complete inffi - _____.-.-. .- !x I not trotters.being The time host to get said other that prizes there he an Orange -' i.trl

; Y; would distribute hundred 'dollar bills

x! ; every department. We can x and produced a handful from whichhe .1
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supply everything to furnish 2 place. Ephriam Catlin of St. ,
\ !Ii Louis was the unanimous choice of

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the home !
ifi or run tie vo'te for Mrs. Sherwood Aldrich e ,

.. Miss Lilla Gilbert and Miss Jean '

x the farm or Allen. They objected to the Government "
grove ::1
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notes, so a committee was some Bargains in. s

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shop in the corridor, where they were t
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Farm for Sale .
Located on good road, onequartermile t

I Osceola Hardware Company | ceiled from house city, large limits new good barn five-room, thirty 'Big Money to be made in Citrus 1 i

acres land, twelve of which is cultivated
Fruit business in Florida : 4
sixty young orange and now. .
!wSfi grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach

!Hiifi trees, some plum and pear trees, one .
good family horse, one buggy, one Compare the following S properties f

!ifiS wagon, two sets harness, fifty chick-

!Hiifi ens, ten head cattle and all tools necessary and prices with property you : /

to cultivate place. A bargainat t.. \
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$2,500. Write us for terms. 3
xxxxxxProceedings and be judge'
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FARM FOR SALT .
..0'Y I Located on good road, onequartermile -- .

.from. city limits, good five-room! .
Orange Grove. A twenty acre tract located on "
celled house large new barn, thirty
\\ "1'1'.1. ( No 3191 for CO South OnVrst. boundary line of lots I marl road two miles from
of VH on tlniid on _ 63 33 Two and Three of sultl section Town- acres of land, twelve of which is in Fine 10-acre grov't in full bearing I depot on ..J
:Nail..;. Hank. SI. Cloud. In) Mhii| find KuiiKf and Lot (K) uf )scary cultivation, sixty young orange and I located three miles from Kissimmee. St. Cloud road. Property has good ....
I \\ in 11111 No 3191- for li'J I! .Moriiiin's. .Sub-division of Lot Four grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach j '
. _ ; )I Good 4-room and out-build- house and three-acre orange grove in
| \ on (4(1(111( ( h"( f.333 '0 the S\V corner uf mild Lot (10) ru- cottage
t :NulL; l Hank. St. Cloud Int. rxIriK IIi> right to lmi pro"m..' trees, some plum and peer trees, one I bearing. This will yield from : ("
County \Varrnnl No 2SX3!. for, ("in' w I hen rontlltlonB would Justify them. good family horse one buggy one ings. Splendid well of water convenient grove
| > H on lloOli' (Ml 13 33 Thll..nr.l. thf-n instructed UKClerk) wagon, two sets harness, fifty chickens to school and churches, railroad 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each
,. \\ llrr..lll.l'ro.. "..I..t..1 '''''',,1.1 10 Iriiw. iMMMlu( and, i.rrH. .'nt to tin prop-
from thearloiiB funds an TollowB .illu.1.1..TH on cither side of said ten head cattle and all tools necessary -I station within 300 yards of prop year. Sufficient land cleared and in ) I 1
| ,mi-, I12IX: X3 I rand, IIHk InK for H 20 foot strip oti to cultivate place. A bargain at' cultivation to increase to twelve .
K -nrunoe, Fla., :March .. 124' (.id .tth.'f Hid.-, making u 40 fool right of $2,500. Write us for terms. erty. Will sell for $7,000.00, on'very II grove t ;[
& Fort-Itur1.' .-. hu I 43 21) N IIII I favorable terms. See this! property or fifteen acres, and at same time can

I I. liuaril of County (' .,,",. 1 x r. pall' Bh.\\l. thi fol- I' di.i\\'TinHoard a .. ..ll'a"1. In.trud'd favot the <,
n, .u 'I for ()l > H.-t < inn-, . _ 1 llfoll 25 'I' h.- Hoard InMtru'I..d the Clerk to I
>t.'d on the clove , .__.. 2.110. f.3 I writ' tin- <'imiptroll.-r and ask for an. from town, is practically level, rich results now, and at all time while ;
ooi '.4 .KOI !ffltuii-. 273: 7(1 x1,mtlun of ,soother, month on the dark gray soil with fine chocolate Ten-acre grove, half in bearing orange investi,3 ''t
ilai\ ,ihi-u I,. being present : I ...) (good. 240; 4X I.lection of t.lXCH Ito. OHCL'olU (OUtttV r"I-\\I subsoil; 16 acres cleared and in cultivation trees the other half in while extending new grove,
lux 43: Tin hoard Irmtructi-d the Clerk young I
1.1 I I"'H'- this. This is convenient _
gate property I'r
|)c- K\ V Lanier, A. F. : I.l > No 1 ._ _._ __ f.7fo HI t wilt.- tinCanton Culvert Co. and auk the remaining four acres trees just coming into bearing consisting -
l I' :N"; 2 67 94 th in. to extend I their bill for One > ear fenced covered with a good growthof to town, has marled road on one side, > ,r d
!la- .irnl. W. F. Walker, II No: :3 . 1304 92 with Interest pine timber with some scatteringoak of oranges, grapefruit and 1 I' 'Ii
_ ___ ___ S. 11 liiilloclc .npfcf'ared before the one end. Price $4,200.ORANGE ',
mill Pat Johnston, .I' :No.: 4 u. 46.1 51 \
r' about 1V& of nice One of the best
heirs of acres angerines.
I I. :No'; & 2fo 94 Hoard l In the Intercut of the ; young very .
Mtror. the Hoard, and J. --------------e -- ------ J C Lmtkc, and. asked. I hllI Hoard. thrifty grove in bearing besides a properties offered in Osceola county. GROVE ; ;
07G2 01 11 commend. to the Comptroller of theSlate number of fine
Street"Clerk+ and Auditor. of- Florida that he authorize theredemption Japanese persimmontrees Close to railroad station. Price Twenty-acre orange grove all under ;
.
.. showed 1 the
'' Collf-rtui-'H rt-port of all lax sales and Miibseiiuent some peaches mulberries,
Th. minutes of the Iriec, halunccB.. to !II.' 'uolli ctd omlttoit taxes against. the KV of blackberries, two kinds of grapes 500000. Terms on part of pur- good fence. Railroad run I

.'lid and approved. Uf\i-nui- ,. -- .. _. 134HB 99 :NIl':>, of S\V\4\ of NK'4 of Section through station adjoining
sere r '' and a few bananas. The buildings chase price. grove;
. __ ___ u ___ _ 16196 17 Eighteen ((18) Township Twenty-live
T.ta following bills were A-: u.K.irfi'ltun- __ __- 53HM 38 ((25) S Mange. Twenty-nine ((29) E for are comfortable, but not of great property; good school and church
...I "Fund . .u. 1b9h3( 39 the Hum of *5 OH and CUrks costs. value consisting of a box house of
r.uji i l I' No. 1 __ __, ___ ___ 883 54 whereupon the Hoard Instructed I the Young Grove, consisting of 12 acres within quarter mile of property. AX 4,
I U No. 2 -_ -__ _u 2t1907 Clerk. to take the matter up with the five large rooms, porch several outbuildings grapefruit and 3 late Valincia crops that can be grown in -Florid ,"
[Km- I i.lcrtrlc Unlit .. 294 27 such as grain houses tool acres
U. :No: :3 - Con: .roller. ,
1t:1: i '. 'l t 'month .___ 1 P. :<01..4 _u___-_______ .__ 1065(' 14 Th. reward. uf, the State of FloridaIn and wagon sheds, stables etc. One oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, do well on this place. If you desire I . i" "
E I I I. Mey. Coinmr. l U. N... & __ .. __ _ 136 60 the Milliard and Harris case was
A I II IHK. ruin and mileage" ; :: I IW I Io presented I I to the. Board !and the Clerk: deep artesian well and one surface on the east side of Lake Tohopekahas a home in Florida write or call on 1111
I \\alk.-r.;I corn and l r.ilitor's llrtnmreport showed to same on me wel. This land adjoins the finest
liiHtructed spread
Nay this will not be .
been trees in quick as property on
I'!, avid mil. | and $2fO 00 planted one year 1
)II l IBM. rum. dl Oi-ncrnl collected. I minutes of the meeting as follows. orange grove in the country, growingon
R \ l.imlcr.om mid | collected. STATR (OF KI-OHI1 Executive Of- the kind of land. All kinds fine condition, land well drained. This the market long at the price named. i
W I **. lira ally for $( Collector's poll tax report WHKHKAK. It has been officially\ same
nte.
|J I haws, janitor - -.._ I33K 00 collected. made known to me that at some date I of crops grow encouragingly on this property offered for $4000$2500cash This property we are offering for a "
L II ,liixiam., rare of Jail__ I. 11. Imrrnm made a 8hO"-1 December 14. 1912. and l>ecember -
and is the fora
between land it
place "
prettiest balance in one and two at short time for $12,000. Will cell as a 1Jt
T M Murphy, awl Co. JudxeK ... to Jhe Hoard stating 20. 181Z: In Osceola county. years
Tel Co. phone rent place Deputies where ". ". Florida. Carl 11. Milliard and Raymond home in this section of the country. ,6 per cent. Will increase in value whole or divided into two parts if '
Si (" i'liiu l Tribune. legal the county to protect tame attains Harris were murdered by certain Unknown There is a fine line of forest trees on
i x .. __ _. _. ._ ._ ..... without a license, on condition Party or Parties and that the the outside of the fence: with .a beau very rapidly. desired.,! .
P.l Barnard Co.. Hoard would allow him the the said county orOsceola ,
Otoritr the civil 1 authorities of .1..1
for huntlnK license, I found tiful palm. inside of the yard, also 00 z I (
cords Cl rk' office -A Vnl."a collected after diligent effort have .' ,, .
Henry Sullivan, : after due consideration the Board It Impossible to discover or capturethe some thrifty maples, magnolias, live .
allowed ________ I> S ... .. the matter to the County At said unknown Party or parties oaks and several other varieties of DO YOU WANT A HOME OF YOUR. OWN? > .'I\>/ti ': "
3. L.. pvrrstreet'sa1. )' for an opinion."A I who committed said crime; NOW I : .1'\ .1
H. U Qetner sal and fee Bears; County AMCrney\pre- TUEHJ1; <'OHE. acting: under the authority shade trees and ornamental shrub ( ,\
L. H. J Ingram, cost In Co. l'a written opinion n toVthe vested In me as Governor of the bery and flowers. We want to in- honerida '"
L. L Overstreet, cost Co. offering. a reward In the >purl'I I, State of Florida, I do h"r"br.olr..r a'r..wa..d troduce you to the owner of this land : .+ 1 .
.
ec-
C: K ITevatt. bath tub In case BtatlnK that unde of One Hundred an.il Fifty Uol- ''.
_____ of t- late ctonvlctlon of and let :you buy direct. You can buyit ,,
ra. residence( | ,69 GeneraStatutes lars for the arrest and better get busy, as the longer you wait the higher the price you will have
> .
I relates to the idle5 Parties and favorable
Jui ,Uavls., supt. poor Florida, which the Maid Unknown Party or at a bargain on
0V Aston\ rd pay roll i the County CommlBBloners.. t said uulltx of the mi id crime of murder. terms of payment to pay for choice properties like the following: i [+
Wal.r.. & Canon Oro. hud no authority to off R re- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, i have k t
5tf H. M. Breaker & Co.
loin li feed - In sold cam- hereunto Met my hand and canned the ;
L. II. 1 lnnrai.1. prls. fed hill ....1'"..,). 2lKt. 1913. Bo.,1 Coun- treat Seal. of Florida to be, affixed: atTallahassee No. 464.-13500.- New, modern New, modern six-room bungalow, .I
C. Hucklcs, lumber Reedy < i-i.mmlBHloinTM... BCola C. v. F''la, the Capital, this I the twen- '
.full.. lucked ; six-room cottage bath, lavatory hot I bath lavatory hot and cold water
1111.110, ntl.'m. n -1 have enn l.v-lirth, day of February. A I' 1913. aMlFp9. .

t V.'lrxv II Maklnson l.uml.er Co.Co.bridge rd .. ,'.' the('ounl mutter\' Treasurer of coinnilUBlon-1111 It IB to mv be Park Tiammell.. attest Governor.II. Clay Crawford By thliox.rnor. Corn !Sweet' 6ic and lb. Field Old, time Befrirar Chicken WeedRecleaned and cold water, electric lights, beauti- electric lights, tiled bath room, two>> ,

C I. Handy, comms. BB co. .. (that under Chapter 6241 Jan. Acts Int. Secretary: of lte"he ThoSlat... Corn 36c lb. P..a8Vhlppoo..wlll.t'I ful expensive mantels, new furniture, fire places. Lot 73x117 feet. Located ;
8 I. l.upfcr.. com. as.Treas | | which went Into only effect entitled. to Illll of costs case of .,'xamln..d I ,, '. Unknown $2.65 bu. Mixed $2.60. nice rugs. House furnished complete, I Mabbette street four and! one-
VB'. I'd.' Co.: tent for road ( \ .' the TreiiBurer IB of Florida VB Herman Klinpsun' WBH Iron Peas Hoja Beans, Velvet Beans on ,
(Om' lldw Co. load silftpllcM.uppll. ..I. .. I1* !P..r Cent.collected. <'O"I"KlolI"rtjjrlllK the for and approved l. and warrant. or- S3.60 bu. Sugar Crowdcr. Conch and ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from post office. One of '

W Ki-, :4.1VagV.',..rc..1.11.. ItasM.-iiKer road r.tllBt iM-mnnhiK$111.111111. Jan l..l. '9'SA' from Hun .1..1 Hill of dl atn. ..HIli In the case of The Stateof Lady. Peanuts i.as: $l $1.60.75 pk.Spanish Chufas S2.00.$1 25 Improved pk.Fla. . 147" feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice }:.
I' Mllli-r was Countv Treasurer l Florida. vs Calvin Buckles was examined.
J I I I.,11 .i\erslreft. ....1'1 I IHI to Jan 7th. 113.!'\ he therefore apio\ed\ |))' and I warrant urolo'rdrlw" l\afflr Corn.Spanish., Sunflower 12.60. German and Sorghum Millet. ing orange trees. Located In three I ;
.. . cent c1 m114 -
,
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JohnsonVllllain. have r -Ived per. .. six-room bath ;
(4 and half new
cns< .al mII ainountB culh'1'"\ ) bond of I' Rotunda with \V. 75o pk. a blocks of the post office, cottage,
l nn \J'lntol
"" on
L 1\ I liiKram. "
and hainess ' out. and then, for.: the present I B.! .MitUliiKon and) J /. ItoberHitn asBuretles K II.t.UII": MKKI CO. I'lant Cltr.12-41 Flm. I on beautiful Verona street, in the very i and electric lights two porches, located
IC..IIB .
::: ; .
S II liullork. csts. Jus. .. ::...: ; would only receive 115 per was examl.ied' and l approved.There I
amount .. to --- -- ---- - - best fine lot 74ttxll7 feet
L II liiKrani, costs r........I".I..n Onhut.r tieInK ii further business neighborhood. Call and let on corner i
,neeesMary t.. make UI' "he' $10.000" .clime befoic, the Hoard motion for ad1unnn.ul 1-
TliomitK I- .1 Court I. .I'rlKKei-B. \ would uuly be elltltll-ll to H of 1 \\ .15 iiiude. and duly secondid us show you this beautiful home. on Mabbette St. New sidewalk. A SI

f. itllli. r In I'oor Farm -enl conimlBBlon on the balance whereupon. the Hoard. adjourneduntil Terms on part of purchase If desired.No. nice comfortable home. Price 2400.
W "\Vlnhurn.wk pour. .-aed. during the year. Very truly theirnext regular ineetluK InApr" I '.
VB' ,-.111. Journal. Tax. " \\'. J. HI ldIH. County Att'y. SHOES No. 300-' Splendid new six-room ,
'.... Attorney also preMented I his J. 1.. OVKHSTHKKT. Clerk.TIIK ( '
'ocl' .Ill. Ieln. x "I) 475.-Close in home. This is house, just inside city limits fine deep
and Regulations
,
0., ?.llrt. 'lldw' Co.. oil .and w ." oil the' Mules
,,n l sewer .at court houseKi'vS to .tli- canof paupers which was a nice little house of five roams and | well, lot contains two acres of ground,
Valley dHE.-tt.'. l'1. .. oxer until next rl-milnr meeting "Tli/lKE1'/ TROT" AT t ofQUALITY bath with modern
also conveniences on barn and .
as good buggy
W I I. YalcH. runt. work < I the Hoard for" adoption GAY1.11 BEACHThe new wagon .


ALL..man, & liiiuKhlry. . ..un\)' Attorney, presented' his. re- Tribune shows blocks of Broadway. House furnished ( location for small truck garden: orpoultry :
StationPleasant Falls Pa.) ,
(
i.ii Ilif( Canipbell' Heaver
HUilll' H of the compute, ready to move in and begin ranch. This is a fine -
Instructions proposition
.. ( Road IH .per
I. :
I H Inttiain/ .HIH4lrnl' in which Florida is being
another
,I.IK, at l hoot n"" '11"". and after thor- way housekeeping, without the Expenditure I where you will have the freedom
:; ,., In* "" to the' mural prac- 'd. \ anything that gives of the close
Well
S.11 Iliillock. Jim ri-ai-e : : ,': \ pint.: : .lrl"'I'h'.H: road, the Hoard, adverti ( With the same unerring eye of additional money above the country, yet enoughto
"l'"t''i',' .inipMon I case vork ,",1..11. a road to bcKln at the N\V publicity will do the State a good enjoy all the advantages of the
\1$I" -inMh.I I,1'..Hwell.rond. main all.l $ ""', of. .Lot Two of Section one ((1) ,'turn eveif, it is the "Turkey Trot" or for quality used in the selectionof price which we offer the property for. city, such as splendid high school, best
1..".' 'I I :M Itlvei-H. visits( .... .. Twenty-six <(2fo) S Mange :' \ Price $2,200.00, including furniture. 'markets, churches, etc. Price '1760.o '
1'1'1 1 I 1 1 'all, Hank Kt Cloud "' ,) -.- ((2K) 10 mid runnliiB the "Alligator Flop." our groceries! we have purchased Ilf-( t

"The Palm Beach Forty" is a } a 1I.I..;

phrase going the rounds now coined KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." t t;(

i to designate a clique that has developed FACTORY LINE Here's the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located
within the last ten days! and which
I of Ladies' and Men's Shoes and sub-division. '4 )
] has been sweeping the resort like a .

a I whirlwind giving all of the feature Oxfords in all the latest PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette street ,overlook> .

enu-rtainmrnts. some of them the SPRING STYLES ing the City and Lake, and is bound to became one of the best 'resident sub- ( ,f 1

INSTOCK gayest that Palm Beach has ever divisions in Kissimmee. This is where the birds
'known Clarence Jones of New Which we are offering at extremely ; sins! and not where the frogs

York William Disston! of PhiladeJ- low prices. croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people I

PLANERS! RKSAWS! !' !!TE.%"I FKKISMAT phia, and J. C. Phipps, ofLPittsburg, who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views and want enough land t ;
.
I ('IIKHS !KLK Till KKKI1 MMEILS RIPS are actually but not nominally at the $5.00 quality Pat. Oxfords,? $3.95 to build a real home on at a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lots i s

TOWKK PERKINS EIMJERS NIII.MCJI.i: 1'1 'CIIINI'IIY head of the affiliation, which is strictly $4.00 quality Tan Oxfords 3.45 this winter. Call early and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100 pet I<

limited to the live social materialof $2.00 Ladies' Whit Canvas 1.35
I ENGINES, up to 40 .. StWMILLSI : lot on easy terms of payment. I 111
DOILJo R.8. OP to 40 h. l.lft Slid Heavy [ the resort. $2.00 :Men's Work Shoes 1.25 e r fir'
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SAWlJUSiT CONVEYORS SLAB CANKYORSH!! i "The ball started rolling with a''

I GASOLINE ENGINE! STEAM KKKI dinner party for forty which William AND-SO-FORTH LAKE. FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. :'

LATH MILLS STAVE MILMDISSTON I Disston gave aboard! his houseboat. Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake TohopeYaliga.r ;

SAWS That was over a week ago, and every Sold and guaranteed by We have nice high lots near the lake which
.k... .f ..*. we are offering at price
BITS for .11 M
SAW PULLEYS BOXES I night since practically the same crowd that are attractive. See these lots..get our prices and terpis on them before '1't, Z ,
SHAmiMQ has been together. The ecuse: for decide location for home.
you on a a
BBLTINO. 4 .._edlau m to bestLOO'CHAIN WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S .'i
CANT HOOKS TONGSVEIIYTNING the meeting is always the turkey trot .
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$ FOR TilE which now goes on here day and night ,

\J SAWMILL not only in every part of the Poin-. "WE SELL HOMES." rRH.M.BREAKER&CO.J1

Wrlta for ciana and the Breakers hotels but in I II'I'

r f rloe. the clubs restaurants, houseboats and I

.i % yachts in the harbor on the veranda'and Dickerson Bld'g Broadway I' : '
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,. the beach mornings, even on the
.. Phone 250. Quick Delivery WEARING BUILDING KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. '
diving board at the pool' and all '

j about the gardens in, the Jate after- ,

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PAGE 12. THE' KISSIMMEE I I VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 191 ] '

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',.,,:., ". \ day morning promptly at 9:45.: We SHERIFF PULLS MANY I II II III > i .n nil ii I 111111111 I I I in I n I n mil 11 mil" ii 111 I .+

I also issue a call tor 100 volunteers. [

I Officers will be appointed from Com BLIND PIGS IN ALLEY Classified* Advertisements ;

I mander in Chief down We are entering
il .I
MMM
upon a cont.est't.hat demandsthe
I under Iola head at th* rat* .f Flt.
I CHIEF Adrertl.emerla lira InxTlrtl
best we have, and we must form l.NGUAM! AND II DEI'UTY '
.
in Cent 1'er Lln F.r 1CecIa: InwrtlOB.1fH
our1 lines if we hopetoin:
I strong BUSY ANI HAUL IN I . .' ... . . . . .
GET - - - - - - - - -
this battlo of the Kingdom. We are I I M I I I I I I I I I I Ml I I 1 .1 1 1 I I I I I I 1 . . . . . I I I I 1 I ....
acquainted( with Rev. Kinney and I THE OO7i: SELLERS..: FOR SALE. FOR SALE-Fullblood R. 1. Red' '
/ eggs for h"tcblng.15 for 1.D0..
Supt Ricketts, and they are splendid' c.
I FOR SALE-$3500--lll buy a valuable J f. Blanchaine.
I fellows. W ich ever the victory
way I of Kissimmee -T .1 ,
and Chief property in the heart -l
Sheriff Ingram Deputyrainier
i goes it will be an enjoyable fellowshipand about 14 cent. FOR SALE-Ten acres of
i now paying per gland
got !busy Thursday/ night Northwest Kissimmee
profitable campaigning very on the above amount. Enhancingin in ,
A. M. CIIISHOLM, :. inistel'. I'land I proved thai it was not necessary Value every day. H. M. Breaker East on Vine stree. '' Suitable for
((10) for detectives to, 39tf small fruits, vegetables,
send away run & Co. general
( i E.; YOWELL, Supt trucking, dairy or chicken farm.
If
the blind tigers down. .They arrested -
I FOR SALE-At a bargain; :35 J lein- sold quickly, will take $7CO.OO
SUNRISE I'lL\.YlmMEETl G seven men, all ncjrioeh, and got forced cement fence posts and J.IO: :; ) which is less than the city assessedvaluation. ;;;(

Methodist!\ Church Sunday ;Morning'them with'! the goods .\a 'a resultof cypress fence posts. A. H Jail"ell. G. F. Kribbs, Kls hn.

March 23rd 1913 at 6:30.: tin raid the Shi-i,'iff's office looks At Kissimmee \Drug Co. mee, Fla. 4tf.FOft '

I Program: like a South "uiolma disjiensuiy thib I FOR SAI: =:2-".-p.:- International;: SALE: 100 acres of fine mUd

Listen !I 1.-Song, No. 46. morning{. He has booze of various Harvester gasoline engine, in good land. Railroad survey through this
\yfe v 2.-Hymn No. 41 I liundand, l ill several kinds of paik running order. Will sell at a sac- land ahd adapted to truck farming
rifice i if taken at once. Apply at Price on application real; ban!
No 159!) S. S. I uges Two I negro barbershops gave
Juniors
do not believe 3 -Song by Gazette ollice. 37tfI Address box 362
gain. Kissimmee
Book up a goodly lot of it, a negro bicycle --- --. - -- -._ !Fla.
i I I shop produced ,lather handsomely I'(OR SALE-Beggar weed seed SOc - 9tJFOR
in those 4.-l'rayer'' by piiMorfi :
fooling and bo it went. I Information will be per H>. Velvet beans $3.00 per bu., ( SALE-At a bargain, motorboat
.-Solo, No IV I !I. Miss/ Hua and other varieties! of
Fool 1 Watson
who us ".... 0.-(.ospel, John :JO!(I:I 18-11 (it-ad filed against/ the lugioes at the April Watermelon Seed SOc per lb., 3'iveals : ladfly"( :iOx8% ; 15 in. draft;
.
give ,,""ru1 .. by Vera Johnson, Junior teiin of Judge Muiphy's, court Thoseal..hl..d I of honorable business dealings U:! h, )p I. 4 cycle :8 1 cyl. engine; full

their Gnfidence 7.-Upisllc, Romans t):S-II. (lead' wereV. S Holden, Nelson is our foundation for success equlpna| -eveijthing; new. Term

!by :Miss lMe.ii Jones, Simon.t. Small Lawyer Aiken, Jack Diamond and! your guarantee of proper on part if desired. See Saunders

H.-Reading, "An Taster Prodigal ,- I 1i.\I' Brown. (lurence Muihy) | and :tiialment Montiicllo., Fla Girardeau Scud 313t.Co., at Gazette; officp tf

," Norma Ciiifdn( Junior Kid Clark. --- --- ---- -- ---
1 Buy new spring suit from us and SAU' 18ft FOR SALE-Large size billiard tabl
your !I.I -Short talk by Senior ;Mr L. G. l.1tl'N'll I : ( FOR :-Length full
3; ft. (ti; in bean equipped! with with equipment.. Apply to
you won't 'kt fooled. We never "Spring" I'lint. Subject, "llu significance, of II/11\: lilt RILL I.I limps, lire. extinguishei, life pre Flunk Vans Agnew. 3

Easter: III--atun': : and in oui lues" ewer cushions, :J!*<2 II. P. Moteirgo -
style that /is not proper, nor a quality thatis "I 10. SOIK l hy Juniois' No. hj: S. *>. I Fur Iliolt.h' iieling, :Mulch Id. 1913.:( ("nirine'. in good older; can be. c-\- 1 FOR SALE -At u bargain, five-acre:

1 1:00': 'kJl I'ii-t .lade. .\ Division --llenivfLillin mime-el' any time A.V.. Pajntc'i, e>iaiigcand grapefruit" grove Apply -
not upright. We have sprung to the frontin : lull' Gem "studio to c. II. I L.ltBox 407 IMtI
I I Sung !by itingii'gition :-0 4% i r. I I.<'o 1'1I110\'a. Ralph: luffevhiue . .- --=

our business-because we have done upright 12.!: Address hy pastoi) "The 1 liisenLai .\, Ruth :\ld.u I n. 1 Fill: SALE -Frst: Class Al Restualant I FOI( ( SALJ--: .Four good mules. J. W.

1 i d.l I 1"1',1 t (,i,uli., 11 1! I Division' -;Muiguerit doing good business Best! lot Miller ltf|

business-because we havesold "right 1:5.Sdrnl I:: dosing with all I,I,. Dliki., K,4Ih'II1l'Iilll'/ :\ /', Lli/al>cthSittiilield al Ion in town. Reason\ for selling -- .-- -
I praMi tin divided I time required to look 1 Fill( SAI I.E: :Ji!:I foot motor boat,
down"grades of merchandise for "right- easiest |ptuy' < i' which' will liiintr I to a l'lyd'! Harris. Joseph) alter properly mUrebtg.( ether() IIK--' hull 3't;: H. P Fairbanks-cy.

down" I fo".us the( inoiiiiiig I sera' l.\: ;MrI sehell. lIa/,.1 Outliw, Alice lla/7n parties \ddress !F. A. \atom; Kis- Mil 1 s c engine', fully equipped\ lirstfoi -

prices. I I.. (;. 1 I'lute M.idge \Kivii-. 1 EllH'I I RudgeisSi .. sininwe, Fla. :'J-tf *7.:. rush this' week.VIII sell
Our lamb II 11)11111-0: IT : ', <",nd) I Iradr; ,\ J Dlclson-Vera' i'la,s i iniililinn.' ( eisl $:J50, will sell
is our trade mark. Every time HUP; \VANI1D: : : ;Men. woiiiin 01ihililnri I''''.'''l' "lu'l'/llt".1' hcperate if de-
1:> I League I Hi '.notiictlonIt 'dillxit; 1. nii/alxth I'nkii Kenneth '1I..d. Addle.,,, I'. O Box r 71; Kis-
you see him, remember that when we tell l Vat' 1'rr.tdcut. I : unAun. Janus | ),nlJ.ldrid: Dint, to |pak' beans, on < vpressIsland '1111''uun., lltfI i

1 Ell": .Johnson, sidne. Suturdav and all next -
Phillips, Tony I -
1 you a garment is all wool, there is nothing 1)1) :( 1 1.\1' \ 110'OTESr.: ( l : I 11"tundo., Leroy Bass v, Jesse Bow'n. we'i'k Boat letup. tit ) d.I :. (n\ :Oivirj II/R I .t\\ i.E: OK\ I I::\('HANGE-By

:" but wool I ,, I'.ilk' school, Second! Irude; Ii Irviston-Gordon nioinintr" ; fiei. Mill each \\ay. owner "i aria S 'line (b' tick land with
in it. 'I I In ( 'tnttr l )public gaud, | 7-roan house'. plastered, and
:
Wilcox Bros I
+ ;\11'- siiiuij, teacher, ( will hold .i (InliniitKiii '- liulloik. Inur I: I li'l-tine, t:Idi"lelgeMti .. I-Ip out.buildings, within corporation

,diti-t on I'"day.la'l'h; ' MS, Knby .1,1111'l(, I'Use. Johnsen limits' of Ki-sininiix' ". $2,00000

: ':Mh, I.l <.(Til ninir at H o'< loi k .I"h"l I L'c, ( laddi I Foggart i'onibsV.i valuation. \Vunt groveland. Prcfi -
H. C. STAnIORD. % >.u! le lS : .
CO i I 1. devil v\ith
& : . prineipals. Ad-
.
All p.ilioiis. and! intiiibtid, fennel '''ntr. I'barlt i I'urk.Allen Slo'k- ; til n I I..I.I alt. II 'thll 111 Uli ., ;
'I.u"d I , l .i- rullII.n' .1, it... I I'" i -..I d It., p o !Ito) i71: Kissinimee, 11
<>f UK ihoeil UK cordially, muted to dnl I \iijrmi.e (iMnn): Ruth llvde, and., :Hlil of eiltvlni, /. .HiM \ iv,. a
..: .Mind 12:!-_>tI'EH Klllhl'rll1l'll'KHY.: Pansy Outlaw I III I., ,,...I sill' III..k.! 'l|'I 101., .111,,.,I" I.. It,. I 1',1, ( SAI.1A: beautiful, suburban
,
M"ii T I M.ittn' pit 1'"unll! .10,1.I In
-- - \nita \Powers. <'oru Rutherford I'nddl, .' ?III"I I", ,.o S,.t", "1 \ |p I t 1 1I home. A newt room house, modein .
I IIh \ I 1'1.1"1 :I I 1 I''' II. ..01.,1 I Iv \ At"I ; in'.w bal, ; deep well about 50
, A BIBLE SCHOOL CONTEST we accept this challenge not without, l'\ .\ 'I'TTElt I I 1 FOI SALE Third (Grade; Gladys Griffin, Vera ., ".hinn ;
v t i- H'.jai i 'lli. I.i ft. i 'is M n II l u I'| I young fruit trees different,
It was a surprise to many when careful consideiation HaMiig instalUd a larger one, we ,, Johnson rthelynne Johnson Thelma ,. tan I.. litattl. f", an, I ad.I, | i .illoimiiK .1" '< uiies faun land fenced with varities.hoe4iroof
I UK' lllnli 'Iglgn.d fir ".11.1. -
However much we desire peace we- ale offl'rlllour/ :Jl! inch' Kionomii' Sutton Dorothy :Miller Doris Collins, I lex lefori ...hle. to Hill MI outs., . 1 li> M, IL fenc.e. Lund has been cult!

superintendent ;! of Kissimmee can hardly afford( to 1 paper cutter for sale at a bargain '' Ella (Gardner Willa Bass, Margaret !it.ll pilvati I Hill. Mill Mali. |pay.. tin|"ttV' foll..wtug.1.s.tl1.-of Hllll. Illlllltuilti ," voted two years and well fertilized.
: I
appeared in our have our young sister city prove herself I First check for $40 takes it. Luslcj, Chas. Jackson, Leo Muscat, In said strains e iiuntx Flnrlda. SUmml'l'NiOH For further information ask Mri.

midst last Sunday morning, and chal- more valiant than we. Claude Barnes. In-wll Lotn; 4 unit 6 In Illoi.k ..'". of tin nulh i KisKimme-e Penfleld Ave., South

lenged us for a Bible school contest. The contest begins next Sunday, I At the annual election of officers of I II Fourth Grade A Di\'ision-1Ilellie Florida. Hallniail e'ulnnallV..urvt.' ; i.fllll. 11-tf
the Jacksonville lodge, Benevolent and 1 town l.f KlHHltllllKI. IIBKI.lH C l.UII-
fen We are fully aware of the progres- March 23d and continues to the first I, Protective Order of Elk held Satur Bowen, Carleon Bryan, Harriet, Huzza tFlorida CITY LOTS for sale, small farm

3 sive ideals of St. Cloud, as well as the Sunday in May. We want all the day night, Marion B Craig was unanimously -I Thelma Gilbert Gladys Howell It-4t(
E military spirit of her citizenship, and "regular to fall in line next Sun- elected exalted ruler. Frances Kritz, Elizabeth Linn, Bessie -- .- -- -- j i Parker. IMtI

-- ---- LaLonde, Edith Miller. Babel Ploetz, .Big Bargain In a Home I FOR SALE' -Indian runner ducks

I Gladys Fierstine, Splendid new six-room house, Just P. O). Box 20:;. 1J

:tt. Fourth Grade, B DivisionFrank inside city limits, fine deep well, lot I

Ballinger, Lon Dann, Fred Howe{ contains two acres o* ground, good MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co,
I and
,r we will get a drink of the best
Donald McKay\ Carl Reidel, Bennie
I new barn, wagon and buggy sheds soda water made. SJtf
r' Santiago, Wesley, Weidler, Elmo Griffin and all under good new fence Fine

4t Claire Swinney. location for small truck garden or FOR RENT.
Fifth Grade A Division
Jessie .
poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition I '

Bowen, Grace E. Graves, Miriam where one will have the freedom : FOR RENT-Modern cottages, summer -

Munger, Clara Ploetz, Jeanette Sullivan of the country, yet dose eroughto I rates.Mr E E. Wells lit

: Great Clearing Sale l Harold Flint, Harry Schell. enjoy all the advantages of the FOll KENT A
Fifth Grade, DivisIon-Dorothy j I new 6-room cottage.
Wills, Doris Dunn, Frela Sfhweikert, city, such as splendid high schoo), Bestmarkets Inquire Mrs. Summers, 608 Pen. .
churches, etc. Price $1500.24.tf field
Jeanette' Prev-itt, Mamie Pillej, NelIn AVCSouth Kissimmee 13-tf,
f H M. Breaker & Too - '-' .
Ilansell, pcicio Oliver, Ada louisSimpson ---
At the Greater New York Store Kissimmee Fla. Mitttie Stanford, MargaretI \ ( -- - I FOR RPNT:: : OR SALE Twostorstore
building ]
on Brack North
St.,
\; .jli.--1Il1l'C'; little home
ountr\ ,
(
I
(hiistme Krit, :Minkie Gardner, Kissimmee II. C. Stanford :iJ9-tf
fi ,
'Iwlla \\estphall .insisting of five acres land, good' fiec

t Will Continue Until Further Notice :bivth (C'ade.; A IltltilnllFrank I lhr('loom cottage, lalll, and poultry' I\\"EI.I.I-S) 1 illeiI I. : :(; for rent, opply to M. .,

'f lirvan. Edgar I Bryan Allip Mae Cum- house 1'1 I his ,ptopc.it, i I' oniv{ half - -
--
---
0 mins. Grace; Gillxit; Sadie Bryan, mile outside,. illy limit,. on i. In -I )bud I FIR 1tt::N'I'-A: modern .!-room flat

t r' WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN Malic 1 Bowen, ned in the loi",ntv SpJ' luliil. ) 'I.u.r wilb ell]\ city (''ln\l'lIi"n. Apply

Sixth Grade, B Division -Raynuud, for poultiy Piice <>(Of) l toV.. B. Harris. Gazette office tfI

FINE COATS FOR LADIES Beardon, :10-tf II. :\1. Hieuki, V (C'o I-OR m'-T:: Vans Agnew dwelling':

'f Seventh Grade; (' -- )partly furnished', corner Vernon and
I I 118.00 Furs, All-Wool and Carracol, to sell for ____ _ hristmi KivMaigartt Hi\'ant' le"i'Is1'tf .

'i-1; 15.00" ., _ _ _ ___. Stanford Mary: Iluwp11Ruth D (;. Wagner, Agent.

\ 12.00" ". __ _ _ $ 5 0 0 Howell Birch Mountain ,
;'; 10.00" i-ii U Eighth. Grade--Lynctte llogant MISCELLANEOUS.
"" .
Isie
Diet, Robert Jackson DosioeDa -'

'J 1 ___ n nNinth. HERB TEA WADE--. the. tuner, Orlando.
11" : rade-Loiq( I Linn, Frank ( alkins -- -----
I.(OST) Somewhere between courthouse

.\I 200 SWEATERS OF ALL KINDS ON THIS CLEARING SALE, FROM$2 Tenth. tleste Grade-Edna Moseley.Schweikert' Imported from Bohemia, the most old boy'n and coat Carson's, blue store serge, one Rewardif 8-year

: TO $5.00 EACH, WILL ALL SELL AT Eleventh Grade-Nellie Calkins. world wonderful has herb compound the i returned to this office. 11-tf
ever known for the =: -
WANTED Six
or seven! room house
treatment of
Asthma, Hay Fever for a permanent renter. South,
VANS: AGNEW OF hISSIMMKL! : Bronchitis, Coughs Colds Catarrh
&, close in. Address, P. O. Box 51,
$1.50 EACH \PLANNED: tlTlLt'I'IES1. La Grippe, Whooping Cough ana Kissimmee. 7tf

severe cases of Kidney, Bladder - ----- -
; ()
(Orlando R'porter-Star) Stomach and Lung troubles. WAr'TEYnun man of ability or

The Southern Utilities( Companywas ,. It is an invigorating young miiiried couple that can produce -
Hcareheadeej in Y* < 1000.00 cash !security to get!
many of the larpapl'rs tonic, purifies the :
f We continue our Special Sacrifice on a position of managing a drygoods
blood
I throughout the State, but builds up .
y FINE TAILORED DRESSES none of the articles contained the information the run-down system lit", . Salary and commission;

that KisHimmee was the soothes the splendid opportunity for right par 4
r' w FINE TAILORED I ty that looks for Answer
home success.
of this ten million dollar cor nerves, improves I

l SKIRTSVERY ELEGANT WAISTS poration.W. y w the appetite and'' Box .487, Kissimmee, Fla 9tf
- -
..... B. Crawford,attorney and member %t> makes sleep rest. WANTED-A first-class-- white bar-
i of the law firm of Vans Agnew & rr J ful and refreshing. ber to work on Saturdays. Applyto
EXTRA VALUES '
IN FINE FULL SIZE BLANKETS, Crawford, is named as the presidentof This wonderful Kenneth. P. Butler. 11-4tpd
- -- -
-
COMFORTS AND BED SPREADS the giant organization, the balanceof r medicinal tea con LARGE CO-OPERATIVE Colony now

the officials being as follows: Vice tains 21 different organized near Tampa, Fla., new
. 1 si We kindly invite the ladies to look over'our new Spring "Hats that have President, P. A. Vans Agnew; Secre. herbs imported town being built, lots and land at

tary, Pat Johnson and Treasurer, D from Bohemia arid has been en- a fraction of usual! cost. For Info*
started
to in for the
K'tI come coming season. G. Wagner, all these 'men being from dorsed by Pope Leo XIII the Emperor mation address N. R. White, Crys-
of Austria tat Springs, Fla. 7-8t pd.
Kissimmee and emi-
These four in additionto many
I ; E. G Vans Agnew, will form the'I nent physicians, besides receiving ORDER YOUR trees at. one from
-r THE GREATER NEW YORK STORE directorate of the company for lh the highest awards, gold medals i| Gnffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw taleS

first year. esome of which die reproduced man, room No. 1, State Bank BnildI -
\I
:on the cans-and honorary I ing. 40tf '
These men really represent the J. G, Diplomas I

KISSIMMEE FLAT White Co., of New York City, who Rome from Vienna Expositions held in Paris, i I' \

furnished the capital l needed to Florence London
t '" pur
; chase plants in fifteen cities and Liege. in recognition pf its I
throughout
DON'T
MISS' THIS LOOK FOR THE PLACEOPPORTUNITY the State. However, inside i information great curative qualities. This is 'I Mrs. E. Wells
one of the '
few
articles that is free I
UNTIL YOU FIND ITt is to the effect that P A. Vans from

Agnew was the real brains of the for alcohol, narcotics and poison.
!f
If it does not dp all that is
mation, this Kissimmee claimed Real Estate
man having
t for it, I
negotiated for your money will be refunded. ,
practically all the
'.
BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA a I,
plants. CO..
and
Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A. Insurance ;,

Fifteen new dwellings are in courseof Sold by Kissimme} Drug Co. Kissimmee Renting Dwellings, Furnished J y; ,

construction at St. Cloud. Florida.
y. I Rooms, and Truck Land a, aped-, ,,:


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