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: April 4, 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: VID00588
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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NEW ADMINISTRATION the arrangement under the circum I LAST LAP BEGUN ON ALL EYES TURN TOTALLAHASSEE other local bills galore, freak bills by d,
stances. ,\ hundreds to prevent the wearing of ROAD TO CONNECT # '

"But they did refuse it and !said thin hosiery by girls, etc., etc., etc.', (

tAKES 'CITY'S REINS they would not permit it unless the 'SCHOOL YEA'R'SWOlIK NOW etc., etc. COASfSUGGESTED :.
railroad companies the ;
gave regular ,As.usual I will be there to see that WITHJAST
thirty days official notice in advanceof Pensacola ,
the News gets all the new?! v I

the concession. The local fruit and has it first, If possible, and as I to .
MAYOR IS TWICE SWORN IN rates amount to much CLOSING EXERCISES FIRST LEGISLATURE MEETS APRIL 8 <
as as the fruitis MAY I II usual I will represent several other By COCOA PEOPLE 1 .
worth. If it there it will decay I
stays evening dailies and news services including .;,
f as the conditions are ideal for the Associated Press. I have '

JUDGE; MURPHY ADMINISTERED decay. COMMENCEMENT WILL BEGIN SESSION PROMISES: TO BE TilE been a fixture at the tables of the WHILE ORLANDO PEOPLE TALK ; ::

OATH IN TilE MORNING ANI "Over 100 cars are tied up in that THURSDAY IN MAY WEEK AND MOST INTERESTING, IN A NUMBER Florida legislature for the past three OF ROAD TO TITUSVILLE A ;. ,;

RETIRING MAYOR BRYAN manner, meaning: a loss of something CONTINUE THROUGH MONDAY YEARS-HERBERT sessions, am fairly well acquainted MORE DIRECT ROUTE FOR :.
less than $100,000, as fruit is worth 'With the the members the lobbyists
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VVD i JOB OVER EVENING ropes .
EVENING FOLLOWINGThe FELKEL GIVES FORECAST KISSIMMEE IS AGITATED. t \
now about $1,000 a car. Regular seed- and the .attaches. I repre- .

ling oranges sold today' in Boston, two I sented the News, together with the --- .tl
Vote in Sa urdaY'1I Municipal Election -' cars from. Plymouth, at $4.60 per box, : last" lap of the school year has (By II. A. Felkel I, in Pensacola, News) other state papers I' will write for The people of Osceola county are

: notwithstanding the fact that fruitis begun, for April is the last month of From a haven of hospitality, happiness this year, in 1909 and 1911. There on the verge of having to make a deCision i
For Mayor, J. W. Lilly, 189; Edgar restricted the :
now to eastern terri-
the spring school term. The commencement and healthy homes hallowed by will be lots of news, more than ever concerning the route of a roadto
Katz, 2. tory. i exercises will begin handsome housewives and harmon- before of interest to .Pensacolana and be built to connect this county with
For Marshal, Floyd Tison, 181. West Floridians this session and I
ious husbands with but an occasional the East Coast.
For Treasurer, J. Z. Roberson, 184. Thursday evening, May 1, and they
controversy of cabinet members witha promise to do my best to see thatNews' For the reason that several routes
For Clerk, J. R. Gilbert, 177. NORMAL SCHOOL FOR will continue until the conclusion -
through
\ governor, all toned and tempered at readers miss nothing of im have been suggested and the people
For Councilmen: T. M. Rivers 188; I Monday evening, May 5, twilight: daily by the romantic ruffle portance. of other counties are becoming Intensely ,
J. W Thompson, 183 G. H. Prather, COUNTY'STACIIRS
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I when the graduation exercises will be 'of calico costumes of sweet girl near interested the matter is being

!7ft; L. II. Cohoon, 179. held. .II graduates on College avenue, Tallahassee brought to a climax and will come up \'

The new city administration was 'IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOL will be on or about April EXPRESS: COMPANY TO before the County Commissioners at '.
the
This been most
H\forn in at Tuesday evening's meeting yarhas pros-
eighth, transformed into a burg of an early date. It is not improbable ': .
of the'Council.. The old Councilmet I BOARD ARRANGING MEET \ perous school yearin the history of COMPLY WITH REQUESTWILL
business, bustle and putrid politics. that j.he Subject will be discussed at
for the last time. The vote ofSaturday's FOR PLANT CITY. schools and
the Kissimmee public the
next
With his constitution relieved of meting. '1 '
and
election was canvassed \ the attendance has been unusually that alliterative "lead" the writer is A meeting was held in Orlando last l

r the result then formally audited, and declared. motionof Bills With the idea of encouraging all good in spite of the siege of measles able to state in everyday dialect that NOW COLLECT PACKAGES week in favor of a road between Or- i'v
I were upon ,
II. M. Breaker the old Council ad- teachers of the rural districts to make hich cut down the average by a within a few days what promises to IN KISSIMMEE FOR lando and Titusville. Kissimmee and ',f
considerable figure. be one of all history's most interest- SHIPMENT.The Osceola have no objection to the con'f
sine die I'the best of the vacationthe
inurned use summer :
struction of such a road, but it is
t sessions of State legislaturewill 1
of of the last ing a
Just before adjournment taken The evening Thursday
County School Board of Hills-
obviously of no particular advantage .r
; Bryan called for Mayor-elect week of school will witness the beginning be in progress at Tallahassee movement started at the recent ,
Mayor
borough county are arranging to hold cultured will to Kissimmee, and if the County Commissioners ,
and the capital city
1 I lilly, asking him to come forward 1 I j of the closing exercises. The meeting of the Board of Trade
a normal school for five weeks atP'ant be in the date lines of the na- I of Osceola are expected to 1.'t'
1 I and take the oath of office. Mayor ; I medal contests will take place at that again to have the Southern Express Company I
route to the East Coastit
Lilly responded to the call, but he- I City', beginning' April 28th. time. Six boys and six girls will contest lion's press collect freight for shipment under encourage any
should be direct
) a more one.
. Mated that he had taken the oath in I This meeting: is especially for the in recitation and declamation-for Every member, especially the new the express rates, has been fruit-
Runnymede to Cocoa.
. the forenoon before Judge Murphy teachers of the county but attendanceI I the two m.. 1 Mayor Lilly stated he had consulted I I Carson medal. and the boys for the hip-pocket full of bills and So Fourth, I The matter was referred to the
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not compulsory the matter, and the editor of the
; the statute in regard to the matter,I Nelson medal and, whether they take the So Fourth Transportation Committee of the Gazette is in receipt of a letter froma
. and was informed that the Mayo: Summer courses have also been arranged Friday evening the graduating exercises with them or not it will be there in Board with instructions to proceedas citizen of that place who wants to
within three at Rollins College and Stetson because a joint resolution I deemed best. The following
o should take the oath of the eighth grade grammer quantities they know if the Osceola Commissioners
I days after election. lie said Judge \ University school will be_held in conjunction with calling for the submission of a state letter from Mr. C. A. Carson, chair- cannot be interested in cooperating "

: Murphy was passing along and he Ther! has been' no arrangements I the commencement recital of the pupils wide prohibition amendment to the \ man of the transportation committee, : with the Brevard Commissioners in

l got him to administer the oath. I for such a meeting for Osceola county, \ of the music department. The state constitution will be introduced, explains the results obtained' : I,the construction of such a highway. .-
he had no due to the fact that most of our and extensive, well-equipped (and 1 1918.Hon. ;
I. Mayor Bryan told him that eighth grade is the last of the gram- an April I The route suggested is from Runny
special desire to administer the oath, teachers go to some of the regular mar grades and the class this yearis provisioned) lobby will in all probability B. C. Miller, Chairman mede across the county line to the
conform colleges during the vacation days and The be maintained to defeat that of Trade Kisalm-I
Board
: but he thought it better" to composed of forty-odd pupils. mee south or the north of Lake Poinsett
the retiring take up special studies. been held "dangerous" resolution.At Dear Sir At the last
; to the custom of having I final examinations have not : to Cocoa. The more desirable routeis
,' 4ayor to preside at this formality.i I Prof. R. M. Evans, principal of the and it is not known if all will pass, this time space will not permitof the Board of Trade I was instructed to the south of the lakeland: the

,I i /Attorney W. B. Orawford said it Osceola High School will spend his but it is pretty certain that most of a detailed discussion of the various to take up with the express company length of the line of road" would be
to take the oath summer vacation in Chicago, where is that all will that will l the question of receiving pack-'
- would do no harm them will and it hoped important issues con- about thirty miles, two-thirds of which
again, and he thought it better to do I he will take up special work. pass on to the high school department.This front the state senators and serious, ages for shipment from any part of I would be in Osceola county.- '

80. Judge Lilly readily consented grade is in charge of Miss Al- sober solons at the other end of the the city where delivery is now made.I Bryan Made Scout Trip.

- and the oath was taken the second SUPERINTENDENTS I bina Smith, and the exercises will state house at the same time fur beg to say that the matter was tak- The Cocoa correspondent say.,

* time. This done, Judge Lilly swore WANT LEGISLATION consist chiefly in the delivery ,of cer nishing food for conversation of the en up very promptly! : with the proper "There is a fairly good road all along

.::1. in the Marshal and the CoOncilmen I I tificates. The piano pupils-under the bottle-scarred vetei ins of the Third authorities and that I am in receipt the East Coast, .except in spots, and : I-
The new Councilmen seated themselves W. J. Sears returned Saturday from instruction of Miss Nannie Reese will House, but, a few of the most vital of the following letter concerning it. to let your people get over there by '

in the chairs vacated by the re- a meeting of the school superintendents share the attention of the audience issues will be: The letter is from Mr. C .C. Wolfe, auto would make it interesting, and .

.. tiring members, and proceeded at i held at Gainesville for the purpose with the eighth grade graduates on A bill for State-wide Sunday base- Superintendent, and reads as follows: I know they would go from here .
The only remaining of discussing changes in the "Mr. C. A. Carson, Chairman Board
once to busin ss. Friday evening. there, as they now drive from here .
.. member of the old Council was A. school laws. A legislative committeewas There will be no exercises on Sat- ball.The national constitutional amendment of Trade Transportation: Committee, to Miami and the other way to :Daytona -
the others being newly appointed to draft bills! and have Kissimmee, ,Florida; Dear Sir: Ac-
Gilbert
& S. urday, and Sunday the commencement for the direct election of United and frequently to Jacksonville! .
. was begun by them presented and later the commit. knowledging yours of the 26th Instant
'> elected. Organization erpton'will be preached in the :William J. Bryan drove across from
Senators.
t i the election of J.'W. Thompson presi- tee will appear at Tallahassee and school auditorium by Rev. J. D. SI- States | asking that arrangements be your town to this place about a month
_ "of the work for the of the bills. Mr. "Woman's-suffrage for Florida. made for the collection'of packagesfor
the approval passage
dent. Besides bert, of the Methodist church. It is ago, and that only goes to show the ..
I bond of the City Marshal the voting: Sears is a member of the legislative I likely that all the churches will sus- The convict lease system. I shipment in all parts of the city necessity of the road. Look at your ,t:

of authority to the Mayor to appoint committee. Among the things: that pend the regular morning service on State wide prohibition.A I where we are now making deliveries. map and see how we are cut off from :.'"
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_t1 I u nieht I policeman, and the I1IP'cem I are advocated by the superintendent!? that clay State highway system and a Your letter is being passed to our all that part of the State."

L to meet in adjourned session this is a compulsory education law to be I at 9 o'clock the fifty million dollar bond issue for : agent with instructions that when Route to be Determined. '
there nothing done. npplic-d at the option of the counties Monday morning good roads. packages are offered to our driver I I ..i.I
evening was : exercises will be held' in There is no question about the people -
-t, J. R Gilbert the City' Clerk, wli-j Also, the' recognition of a diploma the promotion auditorium. At this time all the The abolition of the fee system. ]I:I that they be accepted receipts issued, I being in favor of opening a road '.

7 has been filling the position of,elcntric' from the University of Florida or the who have qualified for promotion Tin' short ballot system for the and carri"d to the office. Of course from Osreola to the East Coast. Jt

light and water' toll coll-'ctor, resigned rioricla State College for Women as pupils will receive their certificates to State.'l'he, ; you appreciate that where shipmentsare I has been discussed with concern for

r that position, and asked immediate tlw <-nt of a 'lirst giade" 1 license the higher grades 1 creation of a state tax com intended to he prepaid the deliveryman -I some time, but the funds at the 'disposal 1'/,1
from Council Actionwas to teach if the holder desires to berome puss to mission.The may not always be familiar of the \
JI action Commissioners at present -
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I tc-acbt-r Tbc-ic1 other matters Monday evening the final exercises service with the rates but that is easily ,
deferred, however, to allow I'res. a are creation' of a public do not warrant any contracting
of to the schools of I will bo the attraction, being'( the graduation the of the telephone. I
dent Thompson, to name the committees -I importance commission. overcome' by use for new roads. Only the most ordinary -
: as the Electric': Light and Water I tile State that were discussed at the i ,exercises of the high school Charter bills for several cities, irf- I The only trouble that we have experienced work is being done in order to

. Committee would probably like to Gainesville; meeting, which 'was attended I pupils. There are eight members of eluding commission government charters I in connection with pick-up I keep within the required limit. This

lect a man for that place. s"1 I by State Superintendent W N, I giactuating luss, The. same condition for Pensacola and Jacksonville service la that shippers are prone to |I condition will necessarily last for .
and number of school applies' to them at this time until the eleventh hour to notify
Sheats a high I wait
- The matter of electing. a City !and probably Tampa. some time yet to come. If the much
torney was also mentioned, but action I I I principals as well as the county superintendents -'I that attends the eighth grade pupilsthe The initiative and referendum.A : the office that they have somethingto talked of bond issue is voted, the
IT ]I finals have not been held, and for commission shj.p, and expect the wagon to call
on this was also deferred. It is expected bill providing: road to the East Coast will become a
that the committees will lie !, I it may not be stated with certaintythat government in any town of the state for it half or three quarters of an hour certainty, lut in the meantime it Is

announced at tonight's! m..ting. ; The lo.zotte; :: office was favored by I all will receive the coveted 'dip, that may care to adopt that form of : before the arrival 'of the train on well enough to settle upon some definite .
p fiom, and Mrs. I but they are all working for it, and I desire to forward and
b. After 'rdjournment of the 'ouncil I u visit' yesterday Judge charter. which th2y 'I route and, work out the probablecost 1
U. DecKer, of St. (Cloud who. were their friends are hoping with th m cities to amend : with the maintenance of one single
l Mayor I.uly appo'" Ud J. A Lancaster I IS. I A bill allowing'( so that this project may be Included .
U night l polii--wan, which appointment I jn their way home from St. Peteis- that not one will fail to pass. their charters without going before I wagon if we receive three or four : in the estimates for the issue. :/

ill subject to the approval of the ,InjrK, where they attended the G. Ail the legislature, it being contendedthat I i calls it would, be impossible to serve -- ,,

) Council. ,i .'JI'a,i mp nent. 'I hey' were delight- half the time of each Region is I them all and it creates dissatisfaction SENDS CARLOAD CABBAGE
I 1"d\ \ th St. I'etersbui and the enter- MEIKLEJON BUILDS consumed in the consideration of local -, I wish to state that positive instructions -

Uuni.icnt accorded the veterans and bills. |i are going to be issued and a ,
fLOODS CAUSE LOSS licit ladies' during their stay in that PIER AT ISLAND HOME An absentee voting bill, allowing special effort made to serve the pat- Suggestion By Methodist Pastor Car f;

.'rty St. Cloud was selected as the traveling men to vote by mail. rons. I thank you for bringing the I nod Out Tuesday. 1

: FC TO THE GROWERS |'ilhf<> for the encampment next year. The income tax may come up in matter to my attention as I supposed [ Beginning with a suggestion in the "." .

I 1 350 FT. PIER WILL HAVE DOCK order to place this state on record although calls were made at least all agents i sermon of Dr. Sibert at the Methodist
: : > > < where maintain delivery service, I|
TIED AT END OF IT WITH the amendment has already we church last Sunday, a movement was lki.
;;: OVER) ONE HUNDRED CARS .' national constitu- have been instructed. Respect- "
become part of the so started
TO .:. JOE HUGH REESE WILL STORAGE SHE)). Monday by members of the }
) COMMISSION REFUSES [ .> REPORT LEGISLATURE < ton: by the vote of a sufficient number fully, C. C. Wolfe, Supt. Board of Trade to send something to ir [

_ LET RAILROADS HELP GAZETTE O I of other state assemblies Yours truly, ] the sufferers in the flooded districts !
FOR TilE
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R. W. has begun the construction .
'I Meiklejon The Federal primary will be considered C. A. CARSON. of Ohio and Indiana. ;

"The tie up in all northwestern and 4.> Prior to his leaving Iissim000: I of a pier from the Island.landingnear and the state committee prob- Chairman Trans. Com. Kissimmde By Monday afternoon a carload 'of .;1.;
Paradise
. ..w 'Btern business," said d-; '.eral Man. > mee the proprietor of the Valley !- .> his home on ably will be asked to call same. Board of Trade.HETLJHNS cabbage had been secured to send J'r .
\ -" th- Florida Citrus The pier is to extend from the land Pensions for aged teachers. from Kissimmee and
.. iiger W C. Temple, of 9 Gazette arranged with Joe < on Tuesday a >
j, Exchange, Tuesday, "i is beginning > Hugh Reese to furnish this pa- 4 for- a distane! of 350 feet into the' I The proposed reappointment of the MUCH IMPROVED car was secured from the A. C. L. ,Ii''

;; to hurt. We can't get anything north each week during the session 41 : waters of the lake, and at the end of state which would do away with the James M. Willson, Jr., returned railroad, to transport the donation to :'f,

.t. of the Ohio river or west of the Mis- 0> of per the Legislature an account of 000 : the pier a dock 16x32 is to be built I congressman at large. home Wednesday, after several weeks its destination. .

I. sissippi. Cars of citrus fruit are > the acts and doings of the State .> with a storage shed on one of the The state of West Florida may be at the private sanitarium of Dr. How- The car was billed to the relief com

! tied up' at all Mississippi and Ohio eolons. corners. Capt. George Saunders and submitted to the people. (The legis- ard Kelly, in Baltimore. He is much mittee in charge of the work at Day
Seth Tyson are the contractors in lature in itself create a territoryof and the day before leaving
. river crossing points. We can't get > There are few men in Florida y may improved ton, Ohio. The railroad accepted the
. them over, and can't get them back. better informed on State ques- < charge of the construction. They West Florida to be admitted later Baltimore he took a long walk. The car and will transport it to its destination .

"The railroads under agreement 4 tions than Mr. Reese, and he has 4 went to the island Tuesday morningto {Re the Union by Congress, but the trip was made by the M.& M. T. Co.'s free of charge. ,

without hesitation or argument gave 4 the knack of securing inside information begin work. ''legislature will certainly not tako that line to Jacksonville without mishapof The action on the part of the rail-

the privilege of hauling cars to eastern as well as the ability 4 Mr. Meiklejon is one of the strongest j action without submitting the propOsition any kind. Mr. Willson was accompanied road was highly commendable and -

diverting points, with the original to it entertainingly. The 4 advocates of a municipal dock for to the voters of the entire by his nurse, Miss Allison, was announced in the dailies last

, through rat* .protected, subject to the 4 Valley express Gazette has always en- 4 i I Kissimmee and he is proving his state. who has been with him during his I Sunday that all donations would be

p approval of the Interstate Commerce deavored to give its readers the |.faith by his works. Compared with I The usual bills to increase the powers illness. He was given. a warm wel- transported free. 11

Commission. This would have saved best of everything in its line,'and 4 I the needs for a dock in the town there of the railroad commission.All come by all, for his recovery is'regarded Quite a number of towns have sent

growers of the state tens of thousands can assure them the service will \# is practically none at the island, but the reforms suggested in the as almost miraculous. He and large donations, of money, but so far, .

of dollars,. and nobody for 'a minute be to ttfe standard. 4 Mr. ,Meiklejon .possesses the progressive governor's message And those !suggested Mrs. Willson jvill leave soon for one Kissimmee Is the only town reporting -

dreamed that the Interstate Commerce I. up ., spirit and he is setting the city that are NOT reforms.I of the mountain resort for the sum- a car load of vegetables tent to ..'

Commission would refuse to sanction ..... .... ... ....., I a worthy example.. I Fish bills, the division of counties mer. the relief committees.

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THE KISSIblMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,, FRIDAY, APRIL' 4. IPI3
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LADIES TO SERVE yi the that towns the country and) cities schools, its should my opinion be- i ifualntained ,: WILL BE BIGGEST News -- 1

troju the said general l'I I[ State I Good Fertilizer

AS SCHOOLTRUSTEES I :,wchobl fund for terms ccfual to .those I II CROP IN HISTORYNEARLY 1 ,

I Pprovided for the town and city schools i i

from this general fund. A law should -
"' i Work will soon begin In Tarpon Thereare many kinds of fertilizer

11 GOVERNOR MAKES SUGGESTIO N I i bo Make lees passed Ladies so Eligible providing for, School.Trusi EIGHT MILLION BOXESMORE Commercial.Springs upon Hotel.the building The sinicture,.of the new will j lach'salesman: says his is the .best. ,


"I have no doubt in my mind that a I consist of .35 rooms With a good line of ta'ik he may convince the buyer but he cannot

I ,, THINKS LIVESTOCK INSURANCESHOULD great many ladies would make most :, THAN, 7 MILLION HAVE The erection of-a new business convince the crops unless real merit is back of his words.

BE ENCOURAGED liY excellent local district school 'truSteR. ,j BEEN SHIPPED AND FRUIT block in the business' Section of Tar. I''

ALLOWING COMPANIES TO They are certainly interested in the CONTINUES TO MOVE AT THE pon Springs is contemplated by the The crops say IDEAL FERTILIZER is Best for the banner,.....-crops

welfare and education of the children. CARS A DAY throughout the state made with IDEAL BRANDS.
ENTER ON EASY TERMS. KATE OF 75 United Grocery Company. are
Many of them are among our best and
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\ most efficient teachers. As there is This is said 'to. be the most successful f The growers believe it (for they buy twice as much IDEAL FERTILIZER '

Tallahassee, Fla<-For the information no constitutional inhibition against' a FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS season that the Ormond Hotel, in I as any other brand. '

of members of the Legislatureand lady holding offioe.. in Florida, it is Cars shipped last week __uu 610 (Oranond, has 'ever known jn all its i I
of the public, Governor Park I II Follow the Crowd.
within the power of the Legislatureto Curs whipped week before last707 history of nearly thirty seasons.

Trammell today Rave out the follow- pass a law making her eligible] for Total cars to last Saturday____ly.lHiU! ( : i I
ing recommendations which he will I WILSON # TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.Manuf.ciur.rs .
school of/iccr. Relieving in the
election{ as a --'- The cucumber growers section -

submit in his message to the Legislature that in many instances it would be Jacksonville, Fla., Mar. 28.-Citrus I around '...llh toll are very<< much I of

which will meet here April /8th. wise to have a lady upon the local fruit shipments continue to moce out ; encouraged I, as- the crop never was I I IDEAL FERTILIZERS

b Care of Olimtee Monument."A board I of Mib-
monument has been erected on the enactment of law boxes of I .
a daily. More than 7,000,000 good season.
a l the Olustee battlefield] as a fitting which will permit them! representation fruit have already been shipped. Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery Co. tl tlI

''l tribute to the brave Southerners who upon said local boards. With the There are probably g.fiOOA) cars left in The Hastings/ News says: "The | I

l DO nobly repelled the invasion of the right to hold such offices extended to I the slate of which 1,000 are jfrape- potato crop will commence to move j r ____

I\ State during the Civil War. It is women, it will then be a matter of fruit. As expected prices are advancing I'I'I early] next week and for sixty days
that it should l be cared for
proper to IIII"tin.will be much in evidence
preference with the voters as and TnrdifT oranges and late : very -==
I and the grounds around it beautifiedand whether or not they shall)] be elected] Valencias] are bringing excellent I in the Florida produce deal."

j given: care and attention. I therefore to such places." prices. In the Manatee section Tar- !
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that reasonable The Tampa Times the I,al in- .
recommend says
a ap Require Bond When Lin I'cndcnx is diff oranges are bringing",; $:1: per boxf. AFTER EASTEROFFERINGS .
propriation-not to exceed five hundred ':. .\ merit an Hank is now in Ihe processof
Filed. a. I h. It was believed last aeeL'that
.. dollars per annum-be made by "If! a person instituting suit desires' '' I the early variety would be done, I incorporation, and expects to open '
the Legislature for this the soon in Ybor City. The new banking
purpose to attach property, he is, under our but growers "re still shipping./ It now j
I be vouchers 1IIlitulionill have Capital of $50.-:;
to a
paid -
money upon approved law, required to file a bond to indemnify look as if the croli would run ejose I Ito
by the Governor, and endorsedas (IIM). GRAND FEAST. OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND WEAR ON
the opposite) party against any HOOOOhoxt's.\ () .
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correct by the President of the ON YOUR FEET. SHOES AND GROCERIES
damage he may suffer on account of The recent rains which have injured ;
f I Florida Division of the United Daughters 'such' attachment if the attaching par I \effetaliles, << and destroyed crops indiflVroiH A new Iluee-tort' leiiifCircfd' contretc MONDAY/:? MARCH 31 ST SATURDAY APRIL 12TH
of the building I I.- to I I.elected 1 in All-! ,
I Live Confederacy.Stork Insurance. ty is not successful in his suit. Thisis sections of the tote has nun. The two upper stories will be 2 tb Can Maine Sugar Corn _ .08

: not true in the matter of placing a not affected t the citrus fruit, and 2 Ib Can Early June Peas .08
"The present laws governing the made into model n ap:Intents uniquely -
conditions which insurance companies lis pendens on real prop<<'I'ly. A person tiees in almost] all sections lire showing I arranged. The stiucture will cost 3 Ib Can Sugar Beth _ _ .15

upon be authorized to enter who sues, where real] propeity' I i is \ a heavy bloom and therewill!! be :about). fourteen thousand drrllars.Rpott 3 Cans Am. Oil Sardines .10

may involved, can, under the jno\ 'isioiis' of' a large crop next year. The seedling 3 Cans Pork and Beans .25
the State for transacting business require
!Il I SectIOn Ki f 19! of the General; : Statutes, \niiety from the extreme<< southern' 3 Cans Corned Beef Hash
investments in approved securities : rniin the }Ia-t: ( dia.st 1 givethe .25 '
lilt a lis Jll'nd..n"Ithout bond. Oftenin part of the state is )beginning, U show 3 Cans Vienna Sausage
amounting- $ [,(JIIO() for ,pun' .opplr| i rep about), thiei- \\ickseailier / .25 ___
these cases, there is but little justification light/ in weight: and less' juice. (!row- 3 Cakes lOc Sweet Soap
_
fire insurance and casualty companies tin- yi-ai.: Shippingill, I he, .20.
I for the suit in which the ris :anticipate fair prices on' the late
; $200,000 for life insurance; gin about), tinl.'ith of, Ia"1: ) GUARANTEED SHOES
lis pendens is placed real estate; Valt-ncias fiuit in excellent
upon as is condition -
companies and $:!OUOOO) for live stock same" acreage }ha* been ,planted .1-t ; $5.00 Grade Ladies' Pat. Colt Oxfords 2.98
but, regardless of the fact (hut the )but, sites will inn rather large.Shlppillg' Ihl'j -
insurance companies. As a result of .\ear but I the crop toll! be he.ixici.' 4,50 Grade Ladies' Tan Oxfords _ 2.98
party suing ln- s his case, and, on has been delayed somewhatfor
the high requirement in the cape of 3.50 Grade Ladies' Tan But. Oxfords 2.49
account of the lis )peiidens, the titleto l the l hist two weeks on account of
companies insuring only live stock, 1'eimit-i<< for the eivrtion" of Ilinteen 3.00 Grade Ladies' Rus. Calf Oxfords 2.19
the Innurnt" ]liind owner has 1>1'1Ioud.d. t the I lam as many days it hat l"ccn 1111possible -
practically every company in the Mniiturcs" << III .1... ;IV-IXIN, i lie \\ < i iIssued 1.75 Grade 2 Strap White Canvas
he ) ] suffered for 1.25
i hapossibly> great pickets to work 11llw
United 'States writing this class of i In, dat1), ftim.ltvd/ u-t 2.50 Grade 1 Strap White Canvas 1.49
damage I theieliv' he has no remedy The movement will continue
risks are burred from the State. groves. ,il 1 ll'i-e, buildings. biirg'/ ,pl.n?, ./ at II 3.50 Grade Ladies' White Pumps 2.19
against the prison 'Aho placed the lis at the rate of about 7!f to 100 car-s
There is not at present, nor has then total of $:!' ..-IIII.() liuludfd, tin- isIM 5.00 Grade Men's Pat. Colt Oxfords 3.98
pendens on the. property. The law daily until the close of the season. A
been for some time past, a> single live : addition, of brick.. coutruthon' t tothe 5.00 Grade Men's Tan Oxfords
,|sioul l lie Mini-tided' 1 M, us (in icquire I large: proportion of the fruit shipped' 3.98
stock insurance company authorizedto [iiescnt pl.int of the ..uth"1" I It 5.00 Grade Men's Flex Sole Oxfords
that when a lis. pendens is instituted, b.the. exchange, and other laige ibtributors 3.49
do business in this State. Our (Cfimpan.\ the smilet,, rn-1( ::0.1.11110; () 4.50 Grade Men's Tan But. Od\ rds
>> _
''a bond to indemnify against damage i is moving under" refrigeration 2.79
stock owners arc thus prevented from 5.00 Grade Men's G. M. Oxfords
\should be given. as the damp weather makes it : C. 1.49
Manager of tlFlor
i Temple,
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having any opportunity to insure their 3.50 Men's G. M. Oxfords
live stock if they so desire. There are .KISSIM.MKK,: l'JIUR'll) necessary for fruit to move in iced .da/ (Citrus, Exchange, estimated that 2.00 Men's Tan Work Shoes 2.49
; cars to reduce the percentage of de- i bv the time the 1912-1M: citrus fruit 1,25
are a number of reputable live stock HAS 1'ROSI'EREDReporl ) STRICTLY
CASH
insurance companies which are at cay. shipping' season is brought: to a close! AND ONE WEEK ONLY

present admitted to practically of Congregation to Presbytery i W. C. Temple] general manager of :a total of approximately] :2.:;,OOO) ) carloads -ATTAYLOR'S-

.(* : every Shown Good; Work. the exchange, believes that the exchange \ of fruit will have been shippedout I
other Southern State except Florida,
which would probably enter this State Rev. S. S. Snyder, the minister of controls about one-half of the I of the state. Up to noon Sunday i rr
balance of the crop to bu moved. some i2-l.'l-l! : carloads hat! been
but for the prohibitive requirement in the Presbyterian church has resigned I
Chase & Co. banner
a season
f the law now in force. Since, the I. and about the middle of May he i report shipped. |I DICKERSON BLDG.
I' and they are distributing fruit over' BROADWAY
amount of the risks written by such und his family will return to take up I II PHONE 250 QUICK DELIVERYi
companies are considerably smaller wok in his native State of Ohio. The a wide territory and practically ev- j;I i The Ku.stis Lake )Region says the I

f than life insurance of fire insurance, ;: first 12 years of Rev. Snyder's min- ery market is taking it at good formal, opening- of the new banking II

I would recommend that the law be istry was in connection with the prices. The fruit is moving under :!: quarters of the First State Bank of i l.

amended so as to permit these com- Hoard of Foreign Missions in Japan 1 both rcfriftcrtation and ventilatedcars Eustis last Friday in the magnificent I citizens of Luke Butler are being :Milton
and the percentage of the decayis is to erect a' school building
panies to: enter; and I believe that a and China. Four years. ago he came :McClellan building was an epochmaking ufged by the Bradford County
only normal. H. C. Schrader & Co. at 1 a cost of about $20,000. The @!
s : event in financial circles of Cen- truc -
$50,000 investment requirement for South on account of an invalid son. Times to petition the City Council to

companies writing only live stock insurance At that time there, was service onlyon report thAt fruit is carrying very well tral Florida. Also it was an event- II call an election for the issuance of ture is to be of brick and two stories.

, would be ample, and would I' alternate Sundays at thte Presby- and priafa are the best at any time ful occasion from the standpoint of bonds for municipal improvements.

.then be a 'greater proportionate protection terian church. For 13 months Rev. during, tme esason. They are moving.a modern banking equipment. The county High School!
lar of their fruit
1 than the law now offords with Snyder went to St, Cloud every other ff percentage undeB"'refrigeration. The
jr ;, ; 'fl A .Metho.di.st church County Commissioners of Du- for ivhjch: : plans and; specifications are
.,.v reference to fire and life insurance Sunday; and before leaving organized j : costing $70,000is val county Pare advertising for bids
;. ,. .companies." the flourishing Presbyterian con- I, I to be erected in the city of :Miami for'paving the roads from Jacksonville being made; is to be erected at Starke.

Ifo !.s'.dense: Tax on Farm Products. I I gregation there and began their beautiful FARM FOR SALE I The :Methodists of Davenport aie toerect to St. Augustine and I ernan- I I

"Florida is vitally concerned in extending church building. Located road : dina. The bids call for ,
en good one-quarter with
a church building at a cost of paving ':":-:-:-:-:-.-:->-:+X'j' --:
its grove and agricultural Then as extra wok Rev Snyderorganized mile from city limits, good five-room from $5O1uto() $7,000.A \itrified brick, shell I and macadam.The .

p, interests. We want to encourage our the. Presbyterian congregation celled] house, large new barn, thirty, I ?: FT IS MUCH' easier
acres of land, twelve of which is in I
farmers and producers. In this behalf at Gothii; and they are now number of i Hank of Hum-den asking forbids a..
cultivation and (capitalists *
t sixty young orange I i are engaged : to get from our
r r' I recommend the enactment ofa erecting: church. grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach in financing an electric light and for the construction of a two-

law exempting absolutely from a According to the report that the trees, some plum and pear trees, one i power plant for the town of I ''u\'n- I story brick building to be used forpurpo's. ;: Bakery just what you
session of the Kissimmee church has good: family horse, one buggy, one i banking .
t city, county or State license tax all port, folk county. The plan are t want for Sunday dinner -
I sent to the committee of Presbytery wagon, two sets harness, fifty chickens | ready, the
f farm and grove products or the products I just ardllfl'tt"t""r'! : \ .
ten head cattle and all tools -
necessary -
... manufactured therefrom when this congregation has so groan to cultivate place. A bargain atl i' At a cost of from $IOrHJO, to $15,000 ,I Koiufoy and Elliot: of Tampa.\ t than to bake ot .

j being handled and disposed of by the and l flourished that during the. year $:!,&Oo. Write us for terms. i I congregation: of the (Catholic :'r' home these warm
thereof." just closed they contributed to benevolence 5tf II. M. Breaker & Co. I The (Ocean Reach (
original producers hurch
f ( at Ocala will' erect a .I.ulth Company, a :Miami *{I days *I. \'IJTHH: HISTi ;
of and $:17l and; 1 for all the .
Equal Length Terms Town > purposes and )parsonage in that city. corporation, is contemplating the

County Schools.. offf.ringhas been $1!>:
"The taxpayers of the rural dis- over $21: for each resident member. iso have a new home, the building is The Northern :Methodists, of St. I half miles long and the filling for |_i: THE HOME BAKERY

tricts being required to pay the same This shows that some of the membersas I"'IIIl.rel'll'd/ by R. N. Hooker, and Petersburg erect a church edifice I which will take 1,000,00(1) ( ( cubic), yards

\ rate of taxation to the general school well as the pastor has done faith- will be of brick, especially erected for j with a seating capacity of 1,0(10 and land is estimated to cost about $l-, :f i: .1. H. REED .. Prop.

fund for school purposes that is paid ful work. use of the Record. a cost estimated.at $25,000. "lOO.UOO.\ '.'
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FRIDAY, "APRIL 4; 1013 'THE KISSIMMEE'/ .v.VALLEY GAZE TR. PAGE 3APPROPRIATION .


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FORI in regard to the following localities; ----!'- - -- -4- .--:...--q,,,, ,+,. +- a-1.,. -.i ,' ;t!

Crystal riVer, Clearwater harbor, WOMEN NO' BETTER, THAN .MEN \ ,
lllUsborough' river Cedar Keys, har- A FEW CHOICE ORANGE GROVES FOR SALE. G

RIVER NECESSARY I I bor and WithUcoochee river) closingthe By ''REV J. B. CULFEPPER. 60 acres: I IJ4 mile from railway station, on main line of the Atlantic '

trip with a visit (and hearing) Coast Line R. R. 'in Osceola County, Florida, 6!%' miles from ;

: to; Sarasota and returning' to Washington The white slave traffic, the divorce ;. 14. When'' some devilish fashion russimmee:; 20'acre in cultivation: ,, 4-room house, good stable, 3

INCRfASEDTRAffld for'the regular m'of the question, low wages; .wom, n'a rights, comes- ajong, cut out' of asbestos, in 'acres of bearing grove 2 acres: of younger orange trees Doming on'and }
FOR board at 'Washington on the 14th of generally, are before us, to' the" ex- hell, and 'shipped, up ''to' inflame the 484 grapefruit tres just planted out last season.', This i exceptionally

,_ .1 April. tent of appointing committees to see passions of ,silly men, watch the wor fine citrus: fruit land, also good farming land. ..
.1 'This Is the outline of th etrip as what has become of the old-time all of them if
WOULD PUT ON BOAT LINE' BETWEEN : pure, men, you don't yet .Cheap. at $5,000,.favorable. terms of payment., I
: planned this morning; As soon as the womanhood, or to save what is left know that women, as a proposition --NRCO-" :=.:rWe - ,

KISSIMMEE AND FORT details areworked out they will communicate from impending doom.. ', are very folks. AH of them I Iwill'1 also have 57 acres: of land, one block from: railway station

i LAUDERDALE IF U, BOARD with you further. Iq the After all, the question Is not, will get together, and instead of i I IJ4 miles from the above described place; has five acres of bearing r

RECOMMENDS PROJECT. meantime Capt Slattery well ,be advised we stick to women,> good or bad, nor throwing it into the devil's face, with orange trees, several baring grapefruit trees and 300 grapefruit'trees
and instructed to have all the whether' women can get on without a Christly "Get behind me," they will ':planted"out- last season; about 15 acres of"land besides lhis lhal"'is-=- -,,-

hearings .advertised and interested men. rig up something enough like it to cleared to be planted to fruit next season; a part of this farm it lower
Capt. Clay! Johnson would put: on aTJfcbQ parties!' notified as far as possible.The leave the "
j If candor is consulted, in this investigation average man wondering land in the artesian belt fine for trucking: or for railing ribbon cane to '
of boats between Klsslmmee and board does not plan to visit where women headed for I .
which is' going on, thenIt are anyhow. make syrup. This property is cheap at, $6,000. Favorable term of
Ft. Lauderdale if the Boardof En- Kissimmee and Lake Okcechobee. You 15. Starting nearly a before '
will be found that 'women are not year payment. .
gincers recommended the project now aill.notice also that they do not men- the birth of a boy or a girl, and last- NRCO- .
start In the Bible all -
angels to on. ,
before it for a deeper channel throughthe tion Anclothe and Manatee, rivers. I ing for about fifteen .
the angels are men, wherever that year ,any woman Non-resident Farm and Grove-We, have 240 acres of land located -
lakes and river. understand that a favorable report on puts the joke. can have about her own way with the on public highway, about I\Y miles from railway station, con !
Thus it is evident: that an immediate the'Anclote. was made by the board'at rising generation, and so it is time venient to school and church, has a 6-room house and business house
in the lake and river traf- one of its recent meetings. An un- If I were to assert that women are our good and
increase and calledon great women-our on'the corner of the farm, good neighborhood, 2 acres of bearing
fic would be developed as a result of favorable report on the Manatee has no better than men, were thoughtless and
woman, our women orange trees and 450 grapefruit trees planted out last season. Land in
favorable action on the subject which been received. I will send you a copy to prove it, my argument wouldrun who prefer a careless life and '
after the following order: our fine condition for planting about 300 more trees, a magnificant place to ,,4
in to be presented to the Board on its of it. bad women, as well as all classes of develop. Title to place is held by an Ohio man, who will sell for $40
trip through Florida waters next Action on the Oklawaha river project 1. A woman put the ball to rollingin men, take this matter of woman more per acre and give favorable terms of payment.

week.\:; Capt. Johnson's enterprise is will be withheld until after you the wrong direction. toheart, and ask seriously for the --NRCO-
not all to be expected, as a matter of have been heard. 2. Men are their daddies, and it is cause of the trouble. :
50 acres of land about a quarter mile from the city limits of KiS-
course, but this is one of the things: FRANK D. FLETCHER. thought to be scientifically and phys- II(,. Nearly 7,000 girls last year,
simmee. rich, fertile land, dark gray ash soil with splendid chocolate
that may be counted upon as an abso- Very respectfully, iologically and historically impossible in Chicago alone, lost their: characters -
subsoil, more than half citrus fruit land, the balance trucking land;
lute certainty to follow an appropri- Invited to Present Figures. for a stream to rise above its and over (6,000 were drugged at
free and clear from debt worth $50 .
; per acre.
for the work. source or in other words, all life is soda fountains. Fact sir! And it
,
ation Claud
Secretary F. Johnson of the
A living in Minneapolis Minn., this will sell
: party owns property,
in the image and after the
Motor Boat Clubs Interested. Kissimmee Board of Trade had begotten shows that girls should be home when
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are a for $1,000 cash the balance from one two seven years time, to suit ,
of its sire.
likeness
Capt. Johnson returned last week letter from.Major J. F. Slattery, en- night comes. Then they need a watchor purchaser. v
3. Men their husbands. ThisIs ,
are chaperone, anyhow.
from the maiden through the gineer in charge of the Florida water- -NRCO-
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voyage the choice of the and not p
lakes and canals to Ft. Lauderdale.The ways, stating tha. a hearing would be woman, had 17. The white slave trafficker hasa We have, also a ten-acre tract with slight improvements 3 mil
,trip was made! with the steamer held at the Gwynne Institute in Fort only so, but the average with woman his woman as go-between, and whena from the city limits that we can sell for $525. Many other splendi

Lillie a good sired, vessel, but Capt. Myers the evening of April 9, and inviting rather pointing marry down a the man Nancy, Hanks nose man decoys a maid he takes her to bargains. We also have several places for rent some of them with 4'

Johnson says that the journey cannotbe the Kissimmee "committee to be where he has previously arranged for growing crops. We'Tilso have an opportunity to place a few loans,
track if with record.
not Nancy's
l made by a vessel large enough to present and put claims before the 4. ,Men their If her imprisonment-, at. the home of a 1 ranging from $500 to $2500 at 10 per cent interest to the loaner.
are sons. a man
representatives of the board. Sinceit I woman. Good titles and safe solicited.
make it profitable at a reasonablefare. absolutely security. Correspondence '
has been announced that the Wash- can father a daughter, inherently bet- 18. What is this 1 hear, daily, now
.
The round nine
trip requires ington committee does not intend to ter than ,himself, then why can't a about low wages being the cause of I NELSON REALTY COMPANY
and make it
days, to a paying proposition -
visit KiflHimmce it is likely that Mr.C. woman mother a son inherently better the downfall of woman? Who start- ,
it would be nccchsary to carry Over Citizens' Bank FLA.
than herself and thus improvethe KISSIMMEE
A .C rHon. representing the Kis- ed that? Will it pass in court when
from fifteen to twenty passengers. with each ? If
race generation the man he embezzles be- 1
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fapt. Johnson carried twelve passengers simmee Board of Trade, Capt. Clay young says .
Johnson, and probably one or two men are as depraved as taught, theyare cause the wages were- low? Does
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last week and he
on his boat ,
the others will jo to Fort Myers and offer still the sons of holy, angelic, di- the court let the thief go, when he
knows from practical experience ,
their arguments to secure favorable I vine motherhood as the preachers I says wages were low? No-if he is
of it. With straighter and
coht a and poets, yes, and the sons all say. starving-if his family is in want-
action
to the needful
secure
deeper channel a larger boat could be appro- Ploof Show the
priation. f>. )Hen are their brothers. And he is expected to die on the side of 'jLet Proof"We
employed in the service, and the proposed -
the little passions and weak-
same law and right. Is a man allowed to -. "
new line would be one of the nesses, which one develops, is seen in desert his colors because he is scared, are State Representatives for the 4i
most attractive and profitable in Flor- SAW the other in childhood. So, thus far,
THOUSANDS THE or to desert his post because his fam-
ida. I contend that I have made out my ily is needing him ? There is that BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES ,
Much attention is being attractedto KISSIMMEE PICTUREMOTION case. But to say nothing of the facts
flag, and men must die, if need be,
All Kinds and Marine
these waters by stories that have -that made from Stationary
the woman was a but it must not have dirt flung upon
been printed about the Kissimmee- piece of the man, led him astray, has ia. If a man must die for his coun- and

Ft. Lauderdale route. The Valley PICTURE FILM PROVES him for a father, a son, a brother, but I try's honor, then what is a country Boilers
Gazette: received a letter from CharlesW. GREAT ATTRACTION AT THE she deliberately consorts with him, without pure womanhood? What is Engines, Hoisting Engines ;

Goodall, Cincinnati, 0., in whichhe and the puzzle: : of the home is to keep
PASTIME THREE DAYS. the flag, to her, if it is not her un- and Carry a General Line of Suppliesfor
says: her from marrying below herself, bribable, unapproachable virtue? all Purposes .
"I see in my last paper that Capt. which does not argue any superior Where is there a throne for women,
the Lillieto I Fully three-fourths of the pop1J 1r- strain. If a man is perfect, satis-
Johnson took a party on if it be not her honor? Already this \
Ft. Lauderdale. Now there are tion of Kissimmee saw the motion factory and irresistible magnet to country is staggering under the first THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO.. ;

some motor bugs here, the Ohio River picture of Kissimmee scenes which woman, then question of affinities, real shock of woman's vanity-am- 20 OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (

Launch Club, who talk Florida, but was exhibited at the Pastime Mon- and sympathies settles the other bition-selnshne88-.-weakneS8. The Local and Long Distance Phone. 1a-11-tdtl '
*they are afraid that there is not water day, Tuesday and Wednesday.Four question of identity of nature. old book said that woman was a help- r

enough in the canals. Would you performances were given each 6. A woman's ideals of life always meet for man-God knew. Man ia to

have Capt. Johnson write some of his of the three days, and the theater was include a man. This is incontrovertible. build the state and woman to help. -_

experiences through these canals, and filled for, each performance. Therewas But a woman is unfit to go out and

a trip to Ft. Myers. There may be almost a mob of people presentthe 7. I never dug down so deep tryingto box, and wrestle. She is unfit to go Distance '4.

other motor bugs that read your pa- first night, and the scenes were help a man, but I found a woman to war and march and fight. She is 296

per, and such information would bring applauded as they were thrown on the down there, keeping house for him. unfit to go to the polls and scrap it AdvertisingLong

them to Kissimmee." screen. 8. 1 never climb up so high to sit out with the, vulgarisms of the day.A .

Capt. Johnson was made acquainted i The picture will be shown at St. at the feet of a good woman, and bar of pig iron may not be hurt by is saying the right thingat 4.
with the contents of the letter, and Cloud and Lakeland next, and then learn of the deep things of God, butI the weather, but it is not worth much.
about'having throughout a circuit. After that the I found some man there, on termsof
said: "There is no trouble up When heated and beaten till it will the right time "
water enough for motor boats I land men will' take it and use 'it for perfect spiritual equality with her make broad-axes, it is more suscep- '

during the winter months. It Is seldom advertising purposes. An orange "-all' of which teaches me the women tible, '}but more valuable. When it is in the right way ",

even in the summer months that 'grove in native colors is, to be addedto are just folks like the rest of us. made into razors, its value is enhanced $1

there is any chance of not having the' film aa shown in KisUimee 0, A woman is just as initiative as I a thousand, fold or .more, 'but exposure We make a soeclalty of planning, preparing ,1'\\

water enough, but occasionally; this this week. Manager Woodbeck a man, and often far shrewder. :. will ruin. it. When it Has been literature and conducting campaigns for ',,,' I, .Ik.
has happened""':' during the months of I scored a ten-strike when he secured 10. A woman will backslide from hammered and refined and broughtto Land Companies and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN, Boards. of' Trade, Municipalities '.

!May. June and July. From August this attraction. i I the high ideals of home or church. as its best, in watch springs, it ill wt

until !May there is always plenty of i I easily as u ntan. worth thousands of dollars, but that

water and this .is OIKof} the most interesting J 1. A man has three times as line temper would not endure one [ [ ADVERTISERSTAMPA
I COUNTY COURT AND much self-respect as a woman.
trips that nIB l be taken. I I night of rain or cold. Such mother-
KiKNimmre. hould be a mcrra for ( (Proof? ) if a woman sticks her hat hood as we have-!such' wifehood

motor bugs One ri'aso nwhy we CIRCUIT COURT TERMS on the side of her head cusses, squirts such daughteihood-such home mak- FLORIDA

the help is to tobacco juice up and down the streets, I and the
should get government ers keepers, must excite wonder S 9
open up these rouso. that there and keps all sorts of company, hours' of angels, and the approval of

will he no question of a sufficiency. of Jl'DCK(; : ML'KPHVS! COURT CONVENES I no half decent man will be caught I God, but men forget that our women I 11111111111111111111 n 11 111111111111111111111 > 1111
ha'l't"noulCh AI'KIL 14 AM:.; ) CIRCUIT with her. Hu( a man can go anywhere -
water; while we "generally are what they are because woman 4
Grave and Vaults
to guarantee safe and pleasant \ COfRT CONVENES( :' APRIL 24 I go in any sort of gang, come has. l been kept off the streets unduly, \ \ Covers a Specialty"TIIJ.r.ri

passage, still there is the fear of back the same day or the next, and and has been enthroned, according to

low water during the mid-summer, so'' come through the police courts, or do her nature, and God's call, where man ] 13R ONZEL ;
that we cannot count on having The County Court with Judge Murphy anything, then ring the nicest girl's would be as great a failure as she Is the most enduring monument

enough at all tillos.! There is no presiding will convene Monday, door ,bell, take her to church, and will be at the polls, and tiptoeing made. Will not a
April 14. The docket is rather heavy get moss-grown
trouble however, durit g the winter, marry her, too. This proves thafthe around in courts of justice? When ,
and our motor boat friends from the I and Prosecuting Attorney Geiger is woman is not half as careful for men give their approval to this whichis crack or crumble. Is more artistic

time of their busy preparing his rases. Becauseof herself as the man is. The sexes keepup
North would have the contrary to nature, necessity and and less expensive.
the large number of cases that went other's standards, and the x ,
each
lives if they came to cruise in our sense, we will be in such anarchy as
waters during that season." [ over from the January term the sitting men, by refusing to keep company knows no throne or seat of govern- Write me and I will call. '4 ,

Board Will Not Visit KisMmmee longer of than the is court usual.will probably last with any sort of old thing, force the ment, or place of retreat, or hill be- JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O."{, j r
woman's practice to his ideals. The
hind which reform
The following letter written by The Circuit Court with Judge Per- woman, by associating with any old broken columns we or might rebuild our fireless our 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i'i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i

Frank Fletcher, chief clerk of the kii..s on the bench will convene April thing, lets the man's standard down. altars. -

Rivers and harbors Committee, to 24. There is also a lot of business to The man gives the woman inspirationto I conclude by saying that women
Hon. S. M. Sparkman, who is now at be disposed of at this term. purity by bidding for it, and his folks ft
are and men and women must
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Tampa tells of the visit which a committee Judge l Perkins is making a good
to the best, or none,
care. marry pro- and in counsel
come together holy Low Excursion RatesTO
representing the Board of En- record as judge, and is receivingwarm duces the best. The woman by takingany ".
first
have our girlhood, by teaching
,ifineers will make to Florida: commendations from the newspapers f"
old thing that comes along, gets "
J them that virtue has no price but
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Harbors Committee, H. and the. bar in the various
Rivers and just that. Fact, sir! death and resurrection; that a hoe ; r
R., Washington, D. C., March 24, 1913. counties of his circuit. The new 12. Women will dress in any sort handle or cotton basket is degraded ST. PETERSBURG FLA.VIA t

lion S. M. Sparkman, Tampa Fla.: State Attorney, Cary B. Landis, of 'of fashion, if it pleases men, thoughit if touched by-the hands of easy or I .

!My Dear Mr. Sparkman I paid a DcLund, who was elected over John shock their own strained modesty, questionable honor; that the washtubis s

visit to the river and haibor board B. Jones, will not appear in Kissimmee and alarm the church, which has still-left to her, and her alone, of

this morning. The/ board was in in his new role until the June made her all she is above her heathen inalienable right, who can sing "make ATLANTIC COAST LINE :

session, but I talked with Mr. Weber term. I sisters. and keep me white without, within" Account of -,
and gave him the points carried in 13.: Women will let their sex put that Vashti, with desertion, death

1 Dour letter of the 20th. Have just hada BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE SALE up houses, and deliberately go into but God's notice, exceeds all the flat- Fair and Tourist State Week

message from Mr. Weber by 'phoneto j the business of debauching men, tery of a wicked, unprincipled man,

this effect: 600 pounds of this face of eight I whereas if one man or twenty should that a sweet girlhood home, well remembered March 17th to 22d.E

The board has decided to send a point body type, nearly new, plentyof tack out such a shingle, even here in and practiced< is on-e slice
committee to Florida, leaving here in sorts of all kinds, displaced by installation Jacksonville or anywhere else on the of heaven left to all. Excursion Tickets Sold March 18th and 21st. J.

the evening of April 7, and arrivingat of linotype, will sell to first I globe, with the same avowed pur- Final Limit March 23d.

Fort Myers about 1 p. m., of April one sending order *ftnd check at 15c pose of wrecking wives and daugh- Attend the Fair. and participate in your Home State Parade'

9. The afternoon of the 9th will be per pound. Probably over 600 ters, the house would go down and No. 473.-We have two eight-room

spent in seeing as much of the upper pounds. the men would go to jail, and possiblyto houses, suitable for rooming or boarding :i- For information; and reservations: call '
Caloosahatchee as possible; the evening One 22 inch Economic cutter, in Davy Jones. Fact, sir! Where is purposes; they hare electric lights on f
W. C.
GILBERT. Ticket
Kissimmee Fla.
Agent
of the same day to be devoted to good condition, replaced by larger ma- i the spot where men can go in as solicitors water and sewer connections; locatedin

a hearing at Fort Myers. The next chine. Will sell for $40 cash. First for virtue, as women do everyday splendid resident .section. Call on Y. R. Beatley' J. G. Kirkland '

day go to Punta Gorda where another check gets it.VALLEY ? Who can stop this'? The pure us and we will show them to you. The T. P. A. Tampa' D. P. A. f ry

hearing will be held. Then to Tampa GAZETTE, I women of all places. Why is it not prices are reasonable, terms easy. "

here a general hearing will be held Kissimmee, Fla. done T Next. Btf II. M. Breaker &: Co. !!

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'P A C fe 4. >' KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE. '\ FI RIDAY, APRIL 4,' 1"13 .,
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nineteen years she hag been "without CAI.L {in the' beautiful city of.er. ar din ,j Eirrr
iii.flmile.
JUDGE GOES I
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I CHANCE TO GET FARM reason. The latter part of February January IS, 1858. ,

Yd 1I !she was operated on, but'the operation ON FEDERAL BENCH I His, father was ..Major George W.
.> Call eminent Floridian and a gallant -
I xL..r. , EXPERT FOR OSCEOLA was On without Monday Immediate she recovered effect.' her...reason ....- ,officer an of the Second Florida regiment . Y O V N K K 1)M

.& { without warning, and her cries of PRESIDENT .WILSONiNNOUNC.. '! , who 'met his death 'at the battfe < R HKICK CATALOG ,,1 ,,,u
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a the Red or Seven Pines, in 1862, while fight- s ..
notified the attendants of
joy ED APPOINTMENT: LAST WEEK waD- I- ( .inn la Imild VAIi IIANOLb
THE BOARD OF TRADE TO ACPItESIIENT I Cross hospital, on Cooper street, of JACKSONVILLE JURIST. lug for the land that gave; him birth. EVERY KINO OK BRICKl.rjr
Thus losing a father's protection atail -
: her sudden recovery. Dr. W. B. .M .mill I.,... SHIPMENTS ANY-
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-- \ early Judge call: was rearedat ,
: . Lingo performed the operation* age -m WHERtGKT
I OP NEW EDEN PLAN.TATiONCoMPANrwHnLiVES -- Rhydon M. Call, of Jacksonville, the: home of his maternal grandparents -
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G. and Sarah B. d OI'H l PHICES
Kliydon
.: 't" 1 : -- judge of the fourth judicial circuit, KIRSTAND.
MANY-GROWERS- (Smith) Maya, and it was at their .SAVE MONKYA.
IN ALTOONA WRITES; OI1I0W has been appointed by President"Wi1 orange grove in Putnam county that --

I IT MAYBE, DONE. ATTEND TAMPA MEET son to the judgeship of the South he received his primary education. -- C. CO NY KKS

Florida Federal district. In 1874 he matriculated: at Washington

Your Grocer, Knows ... Some time ago the Chamber ofCommerceof Judge ('alwas\ most highly endorsed and Lee University and he was -slits-

We Know ( Suwannee 'county, Fla., CALL FOR ALL CITRUS MEN TO j e i for the judgeship and while the graduated\ (rout that famous"' insti-! I --- :
It :I cement(! of the appointment lotion with the degree of bachelor of
an noun =
And MV wanl roll lo fcnow-ihtt' employee! an agricultural expert to I| ASSEMBLE: AT TAMPA HAY
seemed long in being made, just three : law,, in 1875. Ha was at once admitted IaIiLis.rr.
a WHITE CLOVER FLOUR r .
devote his entire time to developing CASINO APRIL '17. = '
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weeks after the inauguration, of Pie- to the bar in Virginia, but did
IS BETTER greater interest in farm work in that
And it will be tic tufttcki mnitrtj county l! -- .ulent Wilson! Judge Oull'i friends, udmireis i i J. not begin the practice of his profession ! I ,
IA the world hi ronvfmr of 1 theif -
act-im! ti I L n I Lu, if you>ou Mill bur' The plan employed in this Florida 'I It is likely that Kissimmee will and supportews and those whn"IHlo's.d until two yearn later when he ---
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levee n trial i it doubted that this tune to Jacksonville and entered I -
Fully uujrnniooJ Ity both you county was similar to the plan which send a number of representatives to him never S up-
Grocer and ourfcclves. is suggested in a letter written bv the me".Imp of I the utius fruit. jriow appointment world he made |1011' his I legal I work I DR. WM HARPER f

"VOUR GROCER DAS IT, : Wm llahman, of Altoona, Pa., to theKissimmee ers which has been called to convenein I As to when Judge Call will preside! I!1 Lawyer of .\bilil '. i I

isuLAR N4 Tampa at the Tampa Bay Casino at/ the United States district eOut OSTEOPATH
Board of Trade The letter I l I In a remarkably short time he' .
QwtN1 Sifk was received Tuesday and 1'rear- at 9 o'clock the morning of April 17. ; Southern District of Florida, depend $ thoroughly/ established himself; as a I I -00-:': :, = ==-== ....::; :::
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dent< Miller at once took the matter fhe call which is being sent out j upon the regular pioeess which will Ila\\y..r of unusual ability and from I STECIAL/ST IN f*

up with the Council i I of Grain Exchanges I comes from the headquarters of the ensuethe usual course being that the 'that timehe'- has bean I pionninntU'identified , CHRONIC DISEASES

t i of Chicago, Secretary Claud I loiul.i' I stated that the meeting and that ,Judge F. Johnson i is now in eomumcation eXJ press-ly { is / the .State Both in the capacity of

I[ with the (ouncil and will probably i| not limited, to members of the exchange it and return itto. the national capital an ..ulMiratiand as a circuit judge I, FLATtJEtAYf .

have something of interest to report / ; on the contrary it is desiredto following which the/ commission In has won the golden opinions of his THUffietY, 'iATURDAYS

I at the next meeting of the Board of have a representative meeting of w ill .issue. in. due time coiitempoi.iiiesluilgc I OFF CE, CENTRAL HOTEL.

!'! Iiude Mr, H.thman's letter is self- the growersof citrus fruits for the Senator Hr\an'i" Evprcaion.; Call has often liven called

;: explanatory, and follows in full : purpose of organizing in Florida the* nite.il I 1 States Senator :N<. 1'. l Jryall:i upon' to servo the peoplenil i \ \,1I1.iou I PHONE :2I5O - ORLANDO FLA

Altoona, I'a.Iarl'h 29: 191:1! :i, : iiiuixultnt of the California Citrus rain, /: I' "ft'ial; I: positions' and his. record. ill

Hoard of Trade, Kissimmeie. I Fla., Protective. League/ The 1 convention cmi.ihlc '
flat leg.ud is
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1 1> \\ill lie presided by H. Harold l lI It is til ideal appointment, -"I'I I I ml
.. i De-nr Sirs: About a 1 over <
Je-ar ago/ I hcan hemni l uteri mimic. .lu| fly d:. I bur >i\ \iais c c he1 was a mc-mbcr of I
fk made Hume, president of the Florida State '
a suggestion 1 to the local (ham
the utinline il of Jacksonville in
'1'1 1 ivoiLh 11\ In stow idlinltri ; ,
-' or i DANCING CLASSESunder
her of Horticultural Soeictv The call
Commerce that continues
to
1\ onewav ,f tall J I has won :mil held the un' ..I.inuuN: Is'lT: !' was appointed United J
kc-e-p at horiie, a large/ i portion of the as follows: I IIltol'lH'Y I direction of
II I' |l'OIlIIlI'd! | routidrin'unl,: 1"1"1 of Iht'I Iall'd.IHd fur" the Nnrlh-
large pay loll of the IVnna Kailioad "It is contemplated to hive severalof MRS J. \1)). WOODHECKHKKMKN'S
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.. TITLE ti 0,01, ,. ..r III- "intuit .mil m in\ of t tin enl i dtl'l I of I-loiidit by l'resideutCleu .. ,
(Company, amounting to hundreds" of our district managers present at ...
In' ,\1' of other eiiiints :No; main: el L ml, serving. for two years until
thousands of dollais monUilt! was to tins. milling who have never mot 1 : HALL
f i'a'1 iiie| --tion' tin" good! firth, of pay; he- was .ucce-edcd l by a Republican ap-
with
GUARANTY the fainI us bl'fOlemen l that will
eneouiage ( rs in our countv you .
piintie> ; slioitK attiiwanls/ be was Monday Evenings 7.30
mini (' In hi- i ni iliad" in 111' twentyvial' : to 9:00:
to ruin all hi' interested and l h"
products that could be conSumed in seeing ''
."I'11'd to tin, cilcuil Thursda\ 7:00: ) to 8'30
Oil t Ilw 1"Hh, and'1 1 1I | judgeship
rvpcilrnrr|
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COMPANY in' the- city, of Alttoona 1 )he siproducts coming ueijuaiMteel/ with and l hearing
t h., i way; t I' w ho hive appe.irrd hrfntetu I whiih I hi was tilling at the tune- of hi., I II ssetNs:: : FIFTY t KNTS EACH
talk, .
would be- paid' for in cash TIll'I financial condition of t the
I '" will li-tlf\1 to Ills 11','al I ability, ;"ippointnn, to IH Federal judge/ Private in"lrul'tul1a, if desired
and the faimeis would spend a liigipoition I I'lorida ( ill'us 1 IXihangt; will also lie at
Guaranteed the lille to Landx, :mil,,, nh-alult un;'ar1'ahty: to his ,quick| f>le'cial! rates,
of l'd
i I the cash with the local dIH"t'I w very thoroughly and fully,
,ltd' I ,i< ,'' ,. 1-1'' of (th" i sms in' u
I'n'part'I1'nhanlabl.! .- Ab- Hi" hants bcfoic r..IUII1In11011/ ,. and and as this "rum ,11011 of ouis i' hi Id fEEL RIGHT ALL THETIME
.01 i ., .r it In In- \\"IIfI"'f'IIl) iitintiTii .
hlriie-lM of Title (10 limber and another ,poi'tlon, of the inslivuiild. Inspent on tin day following/ the' /general eonMiitKjw ,
., for tin. r i" in.n' \ :\npn| ,lionnran.wcrovrr' : i i -
in town on another oiiasionOther purport of establishing 1
Colonization I'raels anywhtrein sIggt.tinnwere/ t made. hung) / a stat-wldo pnilc'livc. ao..a.lIOn . J I..d ;III I t... "nei'd|" ( l fm, his itifoinia Dctn't Let Periodical Spells of Lazy tth.e.,ILA. ,ar n 4. d1. 8 h dh ad

Florida. similar lines, with. the .result that anA any of tier' rnentherwho ion tii'i, II, 1,1-ti. ..111 -mipli', and heik hirer I Hum Your Temper and 3 M. TILLERI >

ri 11I,1.--1., and dimoiiatu' withal Spoil Your Work.
< uItUI al Committee was appointed template attending either of these I

to develop this matter It was conventions can attend lint"SlreIaI Th.-I iwhi__ > ilo not know now will soon I If your liver doesn't behave right I Real Estate Agency. I
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; found that the U. S. of rates habpl'n I ili/i that i Iii> imstiKc has liven
Dept Agriculture / granted all the timt'-If it sometimes stops ............
Titles to City Lots 1 Iliad I ,hall) alwa\s take pleasure < ...........- ".
contributes to the pay of a by all railroads in I Florida from all I working and you become bilious and

EXAMINED PROMPTLY local agent,, and the cooperation of the passenger points. in lorida I . for m .the I thought I that .it was my pleas "headachy"don't: take calomel) but'I:' "8 Realty bought and sold. r

I the State Agricultural College was these two conventions, and the hotels mi,, to rel i online eitd udg-I') ('all to 1'res try Dodson's Liver Tone. .c Houses rented >

obtained to assist ill paying such an have given special rates, as have.' already nli ntViNon. I congratulate; thepeople I You, are safe in taking Dodson's'I I 111 Taxes paid and Titles verv

agent By subscriptions, enough I been published in the 1 Florida of the Southern district of Liver Tone It's a harmless, pleas j ified for non-residents '.

'. LEWIS O' I1Y AN, Manager money was' raised to pay another portion Grower" 1 luiida" ant vegetable remedy that starts theI I. 5 Fire, Life and Accident Insurance ?

N KiHHimmee Office. of the agent's salary, with the 1'iograpliira liver without stirring up your whole "* f

( result that a young/ man was employed I, Auadi.is' ("itv' council .is askii g forbids I Rhydoll M 1. Call of Jacksonville, system as calomel often does It is ,I I 4 Indemnity Bonds.I.r.'V"P". fr

t and has been at work since I ), far additional buck paving{, I the judge/ of the fourth judicial circuit, especially good for children who need *r'w F1w

last summer. work involving about $40000 and 41 distinguished citizen, was horn | a liver tonic once in a while, but who
Head Office: liisbee Building, Someone recently discovered that I I should not be dosed with I
strong drugu Corn Sweet and Field
Bcffffar Weed
Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches: the Council of Gram Exchanges of I | Dodson's Liver Tone is sold by the 'iliirl.' .<.ani.
KUsimmee, Fla., Fort Myers, Chicago has a fund to be distributed: i I Kissimmee Drug Co. This store e'Inv 010. Unknown 36c n>. 12 Pea 66 *bu.-W Mixed hlppoorwlll.II.It.

'n Fla.,. Arcadia, Fla. in a thousand counties of the United I CLAUDE TELLS 'EMisir 'guarantees. it with a clean and Iron Peas. Soja Krani, Velvet Bean
bu
open 13 liu Sugar Crowder, Conch
1 States, at the rate of $1,000.00 in each I Lady Peas 1176 and
| shut guarantee-your back pk Chufu $1 II .pk.
ir I m' A \ '10 'i HI: UK(, money I-'la. 1-e-nnut' ,
county, to be given to ,an organization -' DOGS IN WASHINGTON AND OTHER 1160 SpanIsh $100 Improved
with a smile if it fails to .
I i I satisfy you. Spanish fi CO German MlUet
for the development of the S Karilr' Corn,
I, agricultural L THINGS. Price, 50 cents a bottle, and your i 76c pkKii.e.etiiK, Sunflower/ and Sorghum
resources of the county. We I i
money is as safe as if you had it in 8.I:n ('0. Plane City, rub
I lost no time in in touch with
getting I' (Claude L'Engle in'Dixie) your pocket. If you need the medi- ll-4t
the Crop Improvement Committee of
cine you need it badly-if it doesn't -- ---
: 1. t PURE BRED POULTRY the Council of Grain Exchanges, perfected I Cooper Grigga and Hayes Lewis, I[l things needful to be told to the President satisfy )'ou- your money back. Buy '

\\j :: ,I an organization, of which I who .left Saturday night for home, I f for the good'of the people of a bottle from the Kisgimmee Drug KODAKS ami'SUPPLIES"DEVELOPING

Breeders of highest type Black have the honor of being treasurer, ]keenly alive to the knowledge that it j j Florida-which of_ course, ia the carrying Co. today under this guarantee. >

Minorcas, White Leghorns, Cornish I and I was this morning pleased to takes time for things to move up |! out of the will I of the people of I Advertisement. 15-It k' HIGH sad QU"Y-t.OW PRINTING"KTl
receive
Game, White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds, 'a cheek for $1,000 to assist! Florida as expressed in their last :I niOMPTNUSruir

Japanese Silkies, White Muscovy and 'I.in our work I here, did, not make their Jct-a-way : chancefor an expre-ssion-the I Demo- The I acreageplanted .in tohacco at moTo AND Air surpir n j

Mallard Ducks. High class breeding k I As I am interested .in a farm ill | 'until They had tablrshe-d; u ,record, critic piimarie-s) of 191J:! :Madison has been inerease-d this' year 114 TWKGS IUr STSLLTr.MPA , I
r lock; Day old Chicks; Eggs CS-F- .
OserotaT-afld am a tax payer in i, and found (' who
I respondence solicited Evecytfitng I your a man. ooptr, claimed I was about forgetting to show

8oiutely! uarantee 'C s represented city; I thouffhl I would pass this information '! a previous acquaintance with him. i where Hajs and ('ooper established ----

r money refunde. N on tlo you, to /give yqu the | ,called with and record It
t Hayes meon !MrMt a was when they failed to :
opportunity of /getting after a sirni- j I "
THE bAKS SULTRY FARM lar donation felr the advancement of : ('oomhs, chairman of the !National avail themselves of an opportunity to I

the i I Democratic' (ommittcc. It is not neeessarv ; "seethe )President when it was offered I
NEW SM RNA, FLORIDA\ agrieultuj-al interests in Osee-ola i Just think of the thousands and thousands ii iiI

2-18t county. I for meto say who did the of peoplewho have been in R.S.FLOYD
In "end.nthe/ chnxIc, Mr. W. talking, but llaje-s told the chairman I :'
\ C'I Washington
waiting and hoping and
I Atkinson, Asst to the Secretary, just exactly! how things wer ( politi"allyJ I
praying for a chance to see the President i-
II writes, "(This check) makes sixty- ) in Florida and what was necessary ;
and these two Florida crackers. '
five sent out, and (there are thirty-five to be done by thy present administration '
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I (and I was with them all the time
For Reliable Bake/ I I others allotted, which completes the i to k(' JT-ajve] the fighting ', ))
Y actually declined an invitation to talk I! GrocerY
first hundred xfbunties. Under the forces, who without money had just to him.

Products i terms of thus donation, it is necessary about rescued the State from the .
go to \ I' that thjj/elonors be shown that this corporation trowel that had been running Y
- -----J 1 LplarLJlas) been successful in the first it ever since the surrender He-re is how they found a man : i

J. H. Reed's I hundred before any additional funds Whenever Hayes gets to talking you I! When theM two distinguished I our prices on

are given, and we want to help boost have either got to agree with him or ids statesman went to the Flor-I

HomeBakery |: the game" i kill him, so McCoombs gave the two |I get their tickets validated( and were I HAY GRAIN FEEDwhich

G I We intend doing our part to "boost of them, Cooper and Hav.es, a letter, lined up with the !rest of the. common ,

the game" here in Blair county, and I to \Ir. Tumully, secretary to the Pres I folk / ? we make a specialty
secre-tary
\ I hope that an organization can be lele-nt It was then us for the White :

formed in Osceola county along simi- House. i iWe to the man lie.hind the desk, "I'm private ,

} lar lines I saw Mi 'tumult} and told him I I .ceictary to Senator Somebody

Mr Bert Ball is secretary of the I how things were at home and J artic'" l name I not mentioned) who sent" m(-

Crop Improvement Committee,, with i ularly impressed upon him the fact down here to get these tickets stamp-

office at Room L, Board of Trade I that Joe Lee was still holding/ down 'I cd" Reaching out to the next man

r Chicago I think yucirrrxtt from the best! Federal job in 1 Florida atpresetit in line the agent remarked, "Well you r ,

If I him an outline of< he kind of organization The President's secretary I won't /get them stamped. You go FOR '

you want a I required, and a Ham I / constitution invill'
BARGAIN in anI I of such organization President, but we declined the invitation to come here and get in line and take

Yours truly, on the ground that at presentwe I, his turn just like these other gentlemen -

I ORANGE GROVE WM. HAIIMAN had no business with him exceptpolitical lire tlollli{." When he heard this

r I I II '- business and we were not inclined Reyes said to 'ooper: "Well," here'sone Bungalow on lot 73d 17 feet. Six rooms, bath and pan
i or land to
grow RECOVERS HER REASON to break in on the rule madeby place where a United States Scn- try r

Oranges and I Ie AFTER NINETEEN PEAR the President that political business i- I ataor .is cut down to man's size, and

t I Nineteen years ago Mrs Carrie must be done with the heads of J I it's the,. nly place I've seen or 'heard J Practically new. Every modem convenience. Four one-half
; Belk Jordan, of 23 Oliver street, lost the departments Mr. Tumulty then of in Washington where i and
: Grapefruitsee a Senator blocks from
her reason just/ two wrecks after her I I asked me tp write a letter sotting I didn't, go ahead of everybody else." I Poitoffice. Cement sidewalk

k baby daughter was born.says the Atlanta forth the Florida situation m the Joe When they got fe the. .. I Located on beautiful Mabbette .
I up ;r'Ow
i : BUCKELSJ Journal. Monday, after an opI Lee matter as well as in other matters t toth Hayes and street in one of the best sections

l I eration, she suddenly recovered her of interest to the people. Now, shaking hands Cooper insisted on of the city.
reason, and found her with the agent and
baby daughter a know
man may -his failing and his
I telling him how Now
grown, married, and mother of two limitation proud they were to offered for only $3,000. A
bargain
'* v. t'John VlhIt3&CO.. in nearly all\ things, and hear him talk that In which will not remain
children. way.
yet he may know of the I swap on the market Ion
one Let
thing
LOUISVILLC. KY.. Mrs. Jordan can hardly believe that that he can do well and be ping names and hailing places, it us show YOU. .
f tUUlxd 1887 not convicted turned
out that
the I
ticket
her baby girl is now the mother of of agent was
boasting
L I Nteheetamketprlcepaldf! . children and that she herself is a So, when the President's in mentioning it. a Florida cracker himself, from Pas-I .::
t. :5; FURS t I grandmother secretary co county, and that the President of
and HIDESwool asked me to write a letter he hit the I;
I Mrs. Jordan's recovery i is considered the up United States did not have any- H.
on M.
one thing I
can do. I
will I
thing Breaker
him
M GMMMM9 a remarkable feat of surgery. For write that letter which will tell on in the patronymic line Co.
f .. all 1 for his nam ewas Wilson. I H ,

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FRIDAY APRIL .\,4. 1913 \ :THE KISS1MMEE., LLEY GAZETTE. PACE.' K
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DANGER IN NON-DEFOLIATED '


Comparative NURSERY. STOCK aGalneeville.The Sty v s ,ck.ache' ,

Sloan's Liniment Is a splendid remedy for backache; stiff

I Joints, rheumatism neuralgia and sciatica You don't need to
Inspector havingjust Nurserymen and other of
Digestibilityof returned from inspecting a small small quantities of stock growers sometimes rub it in-.just.laid on lightly it gives,comfort and ease at once.

shipment of citrus trees that had.not object to defoliation on the ground Best! for Pain and Stiffness 9Ms

been defoliated, and upon which he, that there has been no whitefly foundin .GBO.:BUCHANAN'of Welch, Okla, writs*-"I have ailed roar Liniment .
found whitefly, and that too, in a sec their vicinity, sometimes only many for the past ten years for pain In back and stiffness and find ft the best
Food Liniment I ever tried I recommend it to anyone for pains of any kind."
Lion otherwise free from whitefly, miles away. In such instances; defoliation

wishes again to direct attention to should be scrupulously ex

Rule 3 (Nursery Inspection Circular) ecuted. We never can know just how
;k Made with different. Baking PowdersFrom that it is illegal and dangerous for soon an infestation may develop.

anyone (nurserymen transportation Then there are other insects and SLOANSe:

a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests.: companies 'or private parties! ) to exchange diseases which, If present, are removed
or transport citrus trees, that by defoliating nursery stock. :

An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made 'have not had the leaves and leaf The California red scale, which exists -

with each of three different kincs| of baking Powdercream stalks removed. This applies not in only a few localities in Florida,

of tartar, phosphate, and alum-and submitted only to citrus trees, but to all other and the Florida red scale, both serious -
food plants of citrus whitefly, and to n y
pests of citrus, ive the
only on
separately to the action of the fluid '
digestive each all other woody plants that can be de leaves and fruit and can be eliminated Is good for sprains strains, bruises, cramp or soreness of the
for the same length of,time. foliated. (See list below.) So far from nursery stock by defoliation.Red muscles, and all affections of the throat and chest. J

The relative percentage of the food digested is as the writer knows, all these food spiders and rust mites are also Cot Entire Relief .

Shown as follows: plants of citrus whitefly, except pert largely resident on the leaves. Then R. D. BunnoYNK. of Mayiville Ky., RR. I, Box: ,
.. haps coffee, banana shrub, and ca- the withertip fungus, universally 5, 'rltesl-"I had severe pains betweenmjrshoul
melia, can be defoliated without 7 ders; I got a Ixtttla of your Liniment and bad entire '
Bread made with present at least in small quantities, e relief at the fifth''application." .:
'serious harm to the plant. Host
leaves and terminal be
on stems
,
Royal Cream of Tartar Powder: plants known to suffer serious injury can Relieved Sever Pain In Shoulders f
largely eliminated k
I by severe pruningand UNDRRWOOD of Warren Are.
MR J. 2000 :I
| 100 Per Cent. Digested |I from defoliation should not be ex- defoliation. While the writer Chicago. 111, writes i- I am a piano polisher
changed and transported' at all by does not recall seeing any citrus nur- fI by occupation, and since last September have -
private parties, and nurserymen sery stock seriously infested with this uttered with severe pain in both shoulders.I .
Bread made with should have a special inspection madeof could not rest night or day. One of my ;
fungus, specimens of it on leaves are friends told' me about Liniment. '
phosphate powder: each of such plants sold to reassure not rare. Three application* completely your cured

/ themselves that no whitefly or me and I will never .be without it." '
}I 68'A Per Cent. Digested j I The effectiveness of the Nursery
other insects
are present. I'"
Inspection Law depends greatly upon S Price Ma., lOlL, and $1XX
The rule on defoliation, of course, 1 at A)} Dealers. -
the interest taken in it by the fruit .
Bread made with applies to all deciduous plants if sold Send for Sloe '*free book on horses.Addrai ....
growers and buyers of stock. .
nursery
before the leaves have naturally fal- .
alum
powder : All violations
should be reported to
len. Dr. Earl S. Sloan. i

i ,| 67'rt} Per Cent. Digested |I Iji Palms, conifers, and some other to the the County Inspector) Prosecuting of Nursery Attorney Stock.and o Boston. Maes. 'l'lI
trees and shrubs not food plants of
Plantings/ especially of citrus, cape
ji These tests, which are absolutely reliable and whitefly and that will not endure com- I jasmine, privets, and other food plantsof I '
plete defoliation, need not be defoliated. -
make plain fact of importance whitefly, made during this past :
unprejudiced, a great .
( If in doubt, write this office for
I I!: to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of information.) No buyer should pay I planting/ season and hot previously I in Every :1

I I'' tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely digestible for nursery stock, and no tranKPorta-1, defoliated in the ,field should and at the once leaves be defoliated burned.- meriCaIl.Good

I ,while the alum and phosphate powders found tion agent should accept I j I Class (1.-Food Plants Preferred by
to l.-irycly retard the digestion of the food made from transportation, unless accompaniedby ,
;
H.1TJ. an official certificate of this Stateor A. Citri (Comon Whitefly). :ExpreS5} Country in the

I l. another State, and unless the stock Native species: : Prickly Ash (Fa-

I Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it has been defoliated as previously directed gara Clava-IIerculis ( I L) Small). ,

: is !' source of very many bodily ailments. Transportation agents should ,, Wilde Persimmon (Diospyros Virgin- ...'ff @ '

I I "- assure themselves! that the stock offered 'I, iana ((1.1.I ) Wild Olive ( Osmanthus c/ : World. ,
for transportation has been defoliated ''Ameruana ((14) B. & H.) Green Ash

according to these requirements I (Fraxinus lanceolata, Borck).

(See Circulars 1, ::1! and 4, Introduced Species: Citrus (all ?i .
METHODIST CHURCH I walls have been coming in car loads which ran be obtained by addressingthis (I varieties). Chinaberry (Melia Azed- i ia
and they are being placed for ready office. ISSUED BY
) arach L) Umbrella (Melia Azed-
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTIS handling. The delay occasioned by A minimum fine of $500 or imprisonment I I arach umbraculifera Sarg.) Cape
the failure of the pressed brick to
ar- not six monthsis
exceeding
Jasmine (Gardenia jasminoides Ellis),
rive on time is the only incident of the penalty prescribed for violations I Privets (Ligustrum spp). Japan Per-
STATE BANK
the kind that has happened so far to of the I Law. I ti '
LET TO ORLANDO FIRM- Nursery Inspection simmon (Diospyros Kaki L. F.) S
impede the work, with the exceptionof .
should stock be de-
Why nursery
FINISHED
FOUNDATION AND
Class 11-Food Plants Sometimes Infested -
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the bad weather which continued foliated? By the leaves I
SUPERSTRUCTURE BEGUN removing but not Preferred by A. Citri.
' only a few days. every vestige of whitefly, should such ofKISSIMMEE
I'J Native Species Laurel
: Cherry
I or
be present, can be removed and the .
The foundation work for the new A COWBOY'S GIRL.Is introduction of the pest into new ter- I I Mock Orange ( Laurocerasus Carolini
Methodist church which was let under the attraction at the Pastime ritory delayed. The truth of the mat- i (Mill) Rocm) Viburnum Nu

contract to S. S. Buzza & Son Theater tonight. Not of the blood ter is, theVe are still large areas in | dum L. Buttonbush (Cephalanthus

has been completed, and work on the and thunder order, but a clean, re- Florida, many hundred if not thous- [ occidentals L.) Smilax (Smilax sp).

superstructure has begun, though it fined four-act Western comedy dram- and square miles, free from whitefly.A I Introduced Species: Coffee (Cofea
Arabica L.) Pomegranate (Punica
is being delayed somewhat on ac- atic performance with a fine cast and year or two of immunity from this I
count of the non-arrival of the face Granatum L.) Allamanda (Alla-
perfect costuming. The show car- pest may mean the difference be-
manda
i neriifolia Hook.) Oleander
brick. ries a fine concert band and a superb tween success or failure to some grow-
(Nerium Oleander L.) Cultivated .a
Mr. J. II. Harris is superintendingthe orchestra, and as a whole is said to ers. In some instances, it should be .
Pear (Pyrus sp.) Lilac (Syringa )
construction of the edifice for the be one of the season's best attrac- possible to extend the immunity for sp. :
Banana Shrub'Michelia fuscata Orange
( Buying
building committee of the church, and tions. at least ten years, if all growers and .
I Blume). Camellia, or Japonica (Camellia -
.
of stock-will to
as soon as the pressed brick arrive a shippers nursery see
L. lIeI ,
Japonica ) English Ivy ( -
it that all their stock is properly'
large force of hands will be put to oC-ooMo<
work on the building and the structural <0 '. )handled according to the law and I, dera helix.) Boston Ivy. (Ampelop-
sis
bicuspidata.) Grovesh'
operations will be' pushed for it t THE".t rules and regulations. A grower, I

is the firm purpose of the committeeto :i: ManhattanHotel =: furthermore pays for a clean tree, Class III.-Food Plants of a 'Nubifera
,: and he is entitled such. Other (Cloudy Winged Whitefly)
to
have the building ready for occu- .. ::: IN OSCEOLA COUNTY TODAY"
pancy by the first of September. : : k ki :: ho.stplants of whitefly are from timeto Citrus (all varieties). Ficus nitida '
The contract for the electrical fix- I:1"z" .z' time being discovered hence theimportance (rubber tree, New Orleans, La.). UNDER $1,000 PER ACRE i

' :i: :_: of defoliating all that can E. W. BERGER) ,
tures has heen let to the fierce Electrical Special Attention to i Is Just Like
defoliatedKISSIMMEE State .
lie of
I Sto.k.and
'' possibly| Inspector Nursery
Co. of Orlando. This is a new- y: the Traveling. Public :i: '
ly organized company and the Metho- I :'t: .t: BUYING GOLD DOLLARS AT A DISCOUNT "
dist church contract was one of the .1. J'lHt' across ttio square from .'.
+ i flail, the owning main-
first landed by the new concern. 1 + A. C I. DepotKISSIMMEE IN holding

The scene about the church lot is : _:i.: FLA. :i: taming, and selling of garages and We are offering some tplend d Grovel at just half of the above 1
::1. ..z.xx THE LIMELIGHT machine shops, etc. It takes abouta I
a busy one The brick for the inside I ::-:-:-:-:":-:-:-:- : -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-!. couple of columns of the Kissimmce figure 1

Valley Gazette to approximately en-
umerate a portion of the things thatfill's LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII + IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .M ,
KAI'I'A \1.1'11'Jl'H '\LIE! .
company seeks to be empowered i
T1ONS TWO OF OUR I to do. In order not to be limited
s un-
.: PROTECTION SERVICE :: OIT1/KNS. reasonably, it is finally and generallyprovided H. M Breaker & Co.

that it may 'do any and all

:. r'' \ r. "" T, !J.;r,. \ T .The last 'ishue of the Kappa Alpha j acts and things and to exercise any
l'hl ); r) t& ; and all other powers which a co-
.. Journal, the organ of this well known |
natural
: partnership or person may
college fraternity, published at Nash- ,
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do. It is not given out as to who

oi ie 1TthI !lli ville Lee ,Jarrell Tenn. ,, who contained was recently the picture elected of I, the officers of the concern are, but it E
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is presumed that Bill is to be the REWARD
L- to Florida the head State of University.The the chapter. at the I board of" directors along with chief $1,500

i counsel.
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IN KISSIMMEE FLORIDA same issue also contained the
following references to W. B. Craw- Fifteen Hundred Dollars Reward will be paid for information
Farm for Sale '
ford, of this city, who is commanderof leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who mur- s',
the for Georgia, Located on good road, onequartermile
Y Kappa Alphas
Alabama and Florida: from city limits, good five-room dered Carl Hilliard and Raymond Harris. 1'r
celled house, large new barn, thirty L H. INGRAM.
Our Savings Depositors "Bad news for J. P. Morgan.- i acres land twelve of which is cul-
Whether a coincident or not, reports tivated, sixty young orange and Sheriff Osceola County. t
from Egypt regarding the health of i grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach
Will please bring in their Pass Books and J. P. Morgan showed the noted finan- II trees, some plum and pear trees, one Raymond
cier at the time that good family horse, one buggy, one
have entered the accrued interest for the sinking same wagon,' two sets harness, fifty chick-
word came from Kissimmee, Fla., to ens, ten head cattle and all tools neces- Harris
the effect that Bill Crawford had projected sary to cultivate place. A bargainat
}k first quarter. I and filed papers for the incor- $2,500. Write us for terms. who was (tr tNt"r'; Yet .

poration of the Southern Utilities

Deposits received up to the tenth of this Company with a capital stock of Fruit and Truck Land with Carl f 1 ..3 {

I $10,000,000. That this gigantic en- Wo have five and ten-acre tracts in ' 3
will bear interest from the first. 4
month terprise is a 'gas plant' in part will Liberty Park, the most desirable suburban Hilliardwhen .

serve as a surprise to many who have property on the market, whichwe
We invite your account. : for long been acquainted with the retiring I are offering for your consideration murdered -

: and reticent disposition of pro- at prices that are attractive. We but r

jector Crawford. It is something I will be pleased to show these tracts to I1II

: more than a gas outfit, however, as prospective purchasers at any time. whose body
: heat, power and Irrigation .are promi- Do not fail to see this property before ;, M

i 4 Per Cent. Interest on Savings Accounts .: nently mentioned in the articles of incorporation I purchasing, as"ft has the advantages has never
\ with the
along authority I of being close in and on the very best
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: to maintain dams, flumes, and pipe paved'road in the county, convenientto been recoreredr : ?

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT : : lines the cutting of ice, the 'distri- I the city, school and churches. Five - i '

f . : bution and use of water,' the dealing acre tracts $250 and $300. ., ;

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'AOK H / VALLEY : 4, 1913X
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in llllllllllllllllllllllllllllJllllllllllllllllllllll !!!!!! :,
plan yet suggested i"CommissionerMgRa
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TheKissimtheeValley Gazette. .GOVERNOR MANN OF VIRGINIA PROVES HIMSELF PRETTY in'\his br-@nnfal report, recommends YOUNG GROVE (

1 i ,|i n > MUCH OF A MAN-HE HAS HAD THE TEST MADE that'money be appropriated I

** PUBLISHED BVKRT FRIDAY OFFICE IN VALLEY' GAZETTE BUILDING ,. MORE THAN ONCE' from 'the, hire of, the convicts to pro For I*

K1SSIMMEHJ.-. .-, '-O8CBOL.A.'-COUNTY. ">_,_FLORIDA.......,." _. .__._ i vide the necesary buildings, for the Quick, 'Sale at

( wa RRlS ..= .. ---*- I.. Editor. and. Publisher Governor Ma'nn of Virginia has had some severe experiences during his ':.IIm. The fame,. which the Valley \

i __,_ .._h.. ..... .,. ,.p ---",:" '__ ".. ... '(,term of office. There 'was the case.af Henry Clay Beattie. who was sentenced Gazette awaits the! man who will suggest a., Bargain I

__________________M. a plan that will serve the desired
..._ doomed
.f, SUBSCRIPTION KATE?: One copy, one year 4" to die in the electric chair. The son of a rich and influential man to Ten acres,-. one year old choice vane
On. cOPY. mi xmonth _u_ _____ ..70"" copy, throe. _months ------ purpose, will come to these men when '
.=....:.' _-= ___ .!__ ::::..:' _=-= .__. -'='C- .______must_--.-.. death whose sentence could be commuted by the Governor; that Governor the farm as proposed and favored by ties Grapefruit and Oranges... Peach.. 1\

? All.'by communications tho writer. except from our aulhorlifd" correspondents, bJIgrnwd had\ the most insistent'pressure brought to bear upon him; even the tearful. them is developed.-Punta -Gorda.Her trees; between ,the citrus .treea-theie ',

Rejected matter will not be returned unless -called. '. for. '. ..-..-_....--- old father visited him and i pleaded. for hi* boy, Under' such stress what ald. will pay for the grove in four years.. '
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4 neared c at the Po;;tofflcn I In' Kl.".lmme-. Florida, as second-class .ma.lt' maW would you have done ? Pretty hard lines for a ,Governor wasn't (it t? But ----- Hag had expert care from clearing of
.. .. = .. .. = :: ......:,.: -- ---'-- --- -- ---- -'-- INFORMATION WANTEDI! land to present time.
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;-u. - --- -.--. -. the, law was_allowed. lo.Jake its _course So L'wttL'Jl' the case of f the Aliens.. J.'
U'IJApnli.r.19fa: ' The Valley Gazette received the following .
a _.. F who shot up the mountain town court house and killed; five people FIciycTAlienand : letters, yesterday, which are r- also offer fourteen acres Sf prepared -' I

= -- ;. his son Claude were sentenced to die in the chair last Friday. Governor but fair samples of the inquiries we and ready for planting: grove, Jj.tLake
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f-, :vs "ryOwI o------ front with grove of large liv :'
4r in the executive '
Mann was in Philadelphia. and 'the lieutenant governor was receive almost every day. People all >

> office. The Allen partisans began to work on the lieutenant governor to granta over th eiountiy are hungry for information oaks/ for building site. In plaQf?;, v
EDITORIALJOE about Florida, and other view of Kissimmee. For Bale by
re pile ahd were about to succeeed, when Governor Mann's son telegraphed owner
citiei and communities are feeding it in ._
"' ' REESE 1.---------: : : : :+ Ins f father of the situation. The old Governor returned in lime to take chargeof them in chunks. What are we goingto

------'I affairs and see that the doomed men were executed according to sentence. do about it ? J. E. Mattocks.

Governor Mann has had more than his. share of unpleasant things to do while (>2f 13th: Ave, West, Vancouver, B

THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER-IT LEADS THE VANGUARD OF I in the Governor's; office but he has had the determination to do his duty.I C, Canada April 1st", : KISSIMMEE, FLA.
PROGRESS AND NOTHING ELSE SO SURELY INDICATESTHE I ._.. '= = = _
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COMMERCIAL STATUS OF THE COMMUNITYTHE I the face of strong influence and criticism to the contrary. Kissimmee Valley Gazette; Kissimrnee ,

.:. - 1 Florida, j the -{rower for good inherent in oneself I
.forgot ton prayerful human life.
ntloiniMi1 have
: purchased "some
NEW SMYRNA BREEZE. a little newspaper published in a little John Peirpont Morgan one of the world's greatest financiers died at the land near your city and am anxious I How any man can read God's word

town on the cast roast of Florida, announced in its issue of last week thai a Giand, Hotel in Rome Italy at noon Monday at the age of(seventy-six to keep) in touch with eruditions, then'as ( I I under the light of our modern' 8tijw>} .

linotype machine and new presses would foon'be' installed in its office which i .> one hears very conflicting, repents ili/ution and not understand that

means that the ,New! Smyrna: Breeze is soon to he transformed into an uplo- regarding 1 lorida the mission of Christ was to relievethe
date publication .- Arthur Keenan Taylor has joined the staff of Dixie, and has begun to What ib", the subscription. late for world of sickness and poverty as

make cartoons for that publication Taylor a+ a cartoonist! u as good as the M,,,II'i pajx '! Will >ou please send well as sin, is beyond mj conception.
Announcements similar to that made by the Breeze have been made !IJY ',-. I How fitlI I Lucy l-ntcom
,y and alsotwo ] :
his m your weekly dally rules says
!lies), and Dixie I is fortunate in securing seivices.
40 many Florida weekly paper during the past year thai the mailer is occasion ... or time sample eoji>f<' of your "I 1 cannot in the valley stay

for more than casual notice Some years ago the editor of the Valley Ga- I - paper' TIll'I great/ . horizons" stretc haway,

zette heard an old lime printer predict that it would be but a. short time before The Siaboaid Air Line recently inserted a page adveilisement in theManufacturer' Address I W. K. Botch, H. A. Hi grant i h"on', stietch away
,
I:. :I t'th I : \\1', U". \'al'oU\"I', Ii. ('. AM ladders into higher ground"
would have machine thai Record Narke FTa location and advantages'
every weekly newspaper in the land its linotype concerning its :
d, Si iremly, --- -"--- -
the old lime compositor would he relegated to the trash heap thai the editor I Mils evidently marks\ a new/ departure III the way of publicity giAen bv the tail W. K I BKrCH i 1:1-01.1'1'10I i i : or HI .VNKSlo

do all the other and that the of ads) t'!'. alol1 their lines The idea good and ll.e other '
would operate the m.i hme and work cause '() lo I :""n ., is n one all those who in nnv' way ton-

; labor would suffer such a blow by the invasion of the wonderful machine thai railroads might like it up with profit. VUiat's the matter with the Coast I LinE' hated'} te> the success of the "Osceola
S'oll-da] -, I'a., ;\lai :11\ JII:1.! :i iIhe "
\ the printing business would be hastened lo monopoly and consequent ruin living klssitmiicc1 some advertising of (Ins kind] ? < 'aunty 1 I fair, the A. W. I.. IS very
I Ki-MMimi.ie' (Gizettr';: 1 Kissimmee, "
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l" :ilc'fill \\ e- wish to express appro!
This direful piclnic dwell (for a time like an incubus upon the 'mind othe l - o .-- 1 leu' ida.leiitlcnun. alum' and thanks to each one who

then sciiliblei. the period has brought to ventv iilmnsi ( ; : I'lease "send me copy "k'I
youthful / intervening the
'puking to
Do not get! llie Idea tint t Knsimmee i I' lo have a pose| >llier building\ hl < part ; young
;, but not completely so. the prediction, of the old punter 1 I he linotype i narhuichas because has 1 been mad lot the purh'e of the site of your paper/ 'lemtstiuhI lulus. and gentlemen who so faith-
now just/ in ippiopnalion ,
I J. J K .SMI; I I'll
all office for those that bare f.lh', worked up the horuscs.. ; to the'ner
come to be a needful thing, m newspaper| let. with
Nat called the auhilccl
Senator
Bryan on supervising': : a >v ago\ is. who allowed their children to
them not arc making( prepaialions to gel them but conditions otheiwi! sic legaid, I le', the I Lake City builduw. md vvns mini"mrd that the public buildings
ki part' of the
: ; great part
I\II'i'INII: ) : :: ) ;: 01 Ml! 'I I III'TlIE II'r'y
j vastly different from ihe vision that begloomccl the loiceasl. of the ancient "luthon/ed bv the. Congress poor to the!, //1.1 t one would' \keep|> his (nice busy for I : IIONOKri): : 1101'(1\1-( I ) : ::; .' ," 'ss eif the entertainment being
v compositor. It..is even more dilficult lo 'n urc good< mpo' i'ens! in 11,1' day) ; '!. the.
Uvo and a lull vc.us before work on the. '1 1"e1Inihon f, ol the buildings ail \M: II> Sl'S'l'ISIS.| I: gym to dHl'lIIlngI'Il1ldr'n'" chor

than il was then and while the linotype has undoubtedly displaced many lhe/ >n/eel by the last t session could !begin \l urh a rate it will be several i I. c 'In lItuL.v I':\\\i-\ and' <1 ;Miss"
workmen the demand of the tunes has created more YOlk and Ixttci pay'" ;\1"11 are 'king, (the liuth a nl I mils' 'I I hemiasem onipamsts. for
eais' beloie, ki 1"'IIl"e'' ' poMolfie\ / 'e I'inldl"i(4( well I't tilled this fait is 1 Lack of all tin 11',11"1, find ,i,.,ii, faithful work eluiing the long
them all. Nor is the editor his own operator Ilieie tic less casts where tin. ..
: mill, content of the ,
IJ. I signThe lioui' (if 11 he'a/l'sals; to the business
editor has acquired the mechanical knowledge ,<*(|Julle.! in run the. in.i. lilliI' 1 knocking of "'I'i'utli'i, i is areitisn who 1"'III.d
J. D ({none) has ,'lied) the links\ of f0Il1n1C'ICI,1' secretaries in I Florida, mi n in our program
and besides this there is no inclination lo do '0. g men front their Kip: \an \\11.. to the. Osola) Journal and the Val--
hiving' resigned) his position a' ,1"1,1.1111 I inelusln.il agent of the Seaboard Air : .
: kle" sleep find rnnrpetIih them to .
isolated g )) The country editor is no longer a man of all walk' except in \ notices other
Line lo become sccielaiv of the 0' ala liejard of Trade. The Ocala Board h.irthccr\( ".\wake Thou thaI Sleep (.olJ1I..sies' and to the public' in
cases. He has more lime to give to the better gel up| and make up of his gen
bas iai .ed swan 11I<"hllld .1011,11' 'I.'r i ads ern ing purposes and Mr Rooney is ('st. iial for generous pul ""onBje. It"
paper ; more time to give to work for the general betterment of his oirinmniiv .
lo receive a heltei\ salaiv ,than tie Seaboard was paying him to spend this All 01 iel\ e'1 1ulld'r certainlivvs impossible to name each one who .. .
more time to travel and mix with his fellows aDd by such means broaden his \\lirn the htaruliiel 'is r.u'ed sisteel. the but
I in undertaking, the
results for Ocala/ The paid idea growing rapidly
alert and with the maicb, ol money 'in gelling secretary is I 'u's I 111.- , lower
vision and keep his mental faculties in tune 1'.0gress. me ore l IlIIp'o\d ; the I.t'ague is grateful for everythingI

s! Times have changed and men have changed with them and no one in this Stale and it is ob,crved that the towns that. have paid secretaries are ,: slinelaiel :end elepiavitv, -et h m "\d| I ,,,,. 1e> make. the entertainment. a sue i
Ii faster' than those that have them not fall"
mue
am
growing: : 1v I
{ who scans the conditions and gives them a just appiaisement can say that the rss.
i
i Since( the' source en i ins" of man Committee of League
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: trend has been toward better ;
things. '
not '"
i is ( ,eiel 1 heiu shalt hate no other

1 The weekly newspaper is being justly recognized now and only now is The Stale Treasurer has issued a statement of the insurance companies I (mils; before :\11' is "i logical j>reipei He who never asks '|lursnons: never rIturns

it coming into its rightful speed of recognition as the most powerful factoi cloiiig,\ business in Florida I showing their classification as to fire life and miseellaneous sit ion I .some, consider it liencath their lf''

at t work in the country. their assets liabilities, the amount of Florida business in force I in All the pictures ever painted, all dignity ever to ask about anything.I'olitnies .
,ti' >I"ul'lun'1'" reared. all the
/1911 and the amount written in I 1912, the amount of losses and the amount I --- - .
The newspaper is the biggest thing in the community ; il is more potentin neingsci' .sung or .stones ever written ""'1up a good many.'

the vast category of things, that it may do and doesn't do more powerfulin 01 losses paid. The statement I is interesting to those who have insurance and:! (annul within themselves equal defects" .

the reach of its influence. more dynamic in the (force created bv its constant lo those who are thinking of insuring. It contains valuable information for | -

\ trip-hammer like blows in arousing public sentiment, more constant in its persons who are interested in insurance and most people are. It is not neces-i 1

'j efforts at reform, more generous of its resources than any individual no mat ,I sary to accept the sometimes s ;irresponsible statements of agents concerning r - h".

the relative strength of The official statement be had by i
ter who. or than any other institution. Among the latest to acknowledge the' companies. may

i s greatness of the weekly newspaper is Chairman William F. McCoombs.. of the writing the State Treasurer., s
; .'. ,:!1i1'f. '4'f : d I
Democratic National Committee. For the first time, perhaps, he was placed - :: - -- .::.:: -' ; r-- ; .

;. t in position to observe its work and the results. From time to time such men ; ," ... ,,-

.c are impelled,to pay such tributes and it should be pleasing to all good people. I A TAX ON FLORIDA INDUSTRYWe I ..' : '". ;,:,.:,' .,. '''' ,.;:, 'I. ;W1,",, '. "(

;. that the weekly newspaper is at last coming into its own. i

., ...ti- -- don't know what the I Democrats \ nd they should attempt to oelure! I <0
of the ways and means committee for their constituents a partial com : I I..

SOME MEN ARE GIVEN CREDIT FOR MANY THINGS THAT THEY propose. to do about such fruits and nensation in the way of a reductionin I 1

DON'T DO WHILE OTHERS HAVE A HARD TIME IN GET vegetables as are grown in furida I the duties imposed on products
, TING RECOGNITION FOR THEIR PERFORMANCES ire used in shipping Florida products. I Will represent this
Whatever they piopoM. \\ 011 doubtles, $ I,
:Many of the products of this state are
s stand for there arc not enough people' .J>jtrict
t The following paragraph which sample of that going the hipped wrapped in tissue paper. The I
"p is a an error is in this (country raising s<'nutropicalproducts as Senator .
uty on this is five cents
rounds of the press is taken from the Mulberry Herald : to influence the decision; ofongiess paper per )
"oun,). As thepaper is .hold abroadfor 1 .
"What the citizens of Miami could not accomplish in many This however docs 'IIOtafT.t three and a half cents per pound I ,4 sr ll

years. when they received the assistance of Secretary of State William I tin matter of rights we(, 'p., his i is (',rim| iU'nl to an ad \'al.

\ Jennings Bryan, passed to the possible Mr. Bryan is a valuable a matter of light re.eu-e tions .orem duty of J 141: per cent tJtJ

asset to Miami and she should be very proud of her new citizen," made Oil the products of tour state 'IliiI I ., (dirt| \' was 'inies| ,..d| with( | thedoa | t 4 i
should be made proportional to reeluetion .
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Strange why Bryan should have been given credit for having the gambling ..',,'where. . t'ales'( some' i> afTieting "cigarette pap"-i .
which' Hells ahroad at 14 cents
;\ s house of the Flagler hotel at Miami raided and the gambling club at time Palm .good reason should be shown to the pound and on paper worth that per I L'--'- '---'

Beach hotel stopped when he had not 'the remotest thing to do with. It. The I contral'Y. products .should he treatedItdike. amount the ad valorem rate would lie- I ZION: \KIIH I K DONKC.AN: : d c.I ,

story was denied on Mr. Bryan's behalf and directly by Governor Park Tram- I If the average of duties is tfti only :!lG(;> per cent. But us the duty is Kissimmee
be' in half duties h'lnri. ;. n
i cut on I la\ products I
mell, yet it continues to get around. specific and the same on :try) as on It Senator from District (ompoHed. of
should] he cut in half. I If( duties ,
As a matter of fact the credit belongs to the Law and Order League of ate to remain higher on products I I cent paper it makes nearly l.r rent thew
West Palm Beach. The League complained to the Governor and the Cover that ar( affeeteel' bv home ,.0m""li'l use on. lapping paper our growers

nor wrote a letter to the prosecuting attorney and the sheriffs of both counties tiem than such as 'ale controllrd by 1 1the I This I may seem to lie a small matter a,

J All the law breakers are timid when they face exposure. The big gambling I trusts the dutus. on fruits and I , but if the domestic manufacturers I
vegetables' should! l remain higher than I
l house at Palm Beach was closed up and the one at Miami was raided by a I|, ir- taking full advantage of this I Is I If Is
the' for the .
average grower ( eimpcteand .
deputy. duty its repeal would save to theft hIi
so stiong is their"
competition
: o
uit arid}! vegetable of 1 r'lor- IiI
growers
I In neither case did the sheriff do anything lo carry out the Governor's that we doubt) whether prices arc jf I I
,,
j ida) morn than $200,000 a year. ( ertuinly -
orders-at least nothing appears of record. It was local sentiment I behind the fie led by elutics If they are tilt the it .should not stand if the duty ,

::i deputy that caused him to act. The people of the towns deserve the credit people would IK )benefited and the "" oranges is to be repealed. Certainly s !, t
glowers' \\ould not he hull I )b\ freetrade. tIt
'1:>' -- ---- > ----- it should be cut in.Jjalf if the duty
,Ii' I .
it -'-, I em oranges Is to be cut in half. The .' ti
= )If the senators and ;
representatives'iom :leommittee
,\ in making reductions will ; Sysis .
$x. THE LEGISLATURE CONVENES NEXT WEEK-IT WILL BE AN this .state insist'; that in the general probably not overlook this duty. The ,, .

': . IMPORTANT SESSION, AND WILL PROBABLY BE reduction of duties an exception, I, nators and representatives from ; ; 1 i olh

t'n. AN EPOCH MAKER bo made of Florida products they willprove Florida' .should see that it is not over- Will represent Osceola '

themselves. Democrats only in : looked ,Jacksonville Times-Union. :a . ... h
name. and will create the County
v i, suspicionthat !
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..;" .. .\ The Legislature convenes. Tuesday of next week. The forthcoming the State is Democratic only in I TilE i IJKSF; PLAN << L-; I My

+' session; will be filled with important events of a legislative character' It i is name and they will lose their .stands I Referring to the proposed abolish- _. I- tl p

: impossible to forecart the many measures that will come before that body but in the I Democratic party They nyCnt of the. 'eomiet lease system in t
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fc' we know there are several to be settled that will develop divers opinions. The will more get than nothing justice in return.they will By asking reduce -rJIorida. the Kissimmee Valley Gazette i 11T
asks, "Isn't there in Florida
convict lease matter the good roads question, the reapportionment of the their chances of getting justice. t 1
some statesman" who can introduce a
,i." State, the county division wrangles, the equal suffrage problem the new constitution But if they consent to such a reduction eystem that will be at once humaneand 1 1r in

I: resolution the Everglades. drainage question,..the revision of the tax in the duties on Florida pro- corrective?" We answer that ;i it

i ", system and many oth n. There is no lack of grist for the mill There is ducts as is made in the products of the convict farm, as suggested By the --', j

,?:;--. much to do. and the time will prove all too short in which to do it. It behooves other states and object to a greater late n. E: McLin while commissioner '; B

'. the people to let their< ,
,.:. so they maybe ,. they will be backed by justiceand has al rJ.ady'boulht 15,000 acres of KUsimmee I 9'S
in their acts and doings. Their task is 4vi
guided
t f; not an easy one. may secure what they ask. land in
Bradford :
the
,..' county, is best Representative from Osceola Count/ [ I
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%: AP'R'IL 11; " !iJl'I' i \
' FRIDAY .4, 1913 I ,
THE ,KISS1MMEE VALLEY 'CAZtYTE' JV / PAGlI:'e, '1.


THE KISSIMMEE Telephone> VALLEY No. 11.GAZETTE Charles U. Piffard, president of the I 1 I' For the first, time' in'"' many' year J.. ,C., Ledbetter, has, sold his new S.:' B. Aultman mtde'a business tripto I and Japan., He hall not. accepted' a', ,\ +

'. State Bank of Fellsmene. accompanied neither, ,the retiring council nor the residence In the Cape Breeze addition Tampa ?)
Monday.
Published Every, Friday By ." i ,'by his wife, is spending some time incoming bqjard, made any speechesat to' ,his brother, F. S. Ledbetter, and charge at, as his yet old, ,;and will before spend sometime '
home
"- W. B. HARRIS.Weather . in the city; stopping at the Graystone. the meeting of the Council Tuesday has begun the erection of a more Dr. ,W. L.. ,Winn spent Tuesday In. actively into the work again..' going
:
evening, 'when the old board finished commodious residence for himself Tampa on business., ,
P':
r I Sam
Walker representing the
OoOO.OoOoO.U ''
Ho. their official duties Mr. and Mrs. DeWilton Alderman'
and the
Neptune"road
new mem Just across from ,his came
Florida Fire and Casualty Co., of Leonard Williams from
,bers took charge: of the affairs of the former place. Mr Ledbetter'a new Loughman up of Bassenger are spending, a few days
Jacksonville in and spenf
Report , was the city this yesterday in d
: week. Pity. house will contain nine rooms, and will Kissimmee. in the city.A ..

be equipped, with'all modem convene
Mrs. Y. A.. Tiller and Miss Mamie S. Hearn, a former employe ;of ;
Following are the daily temperatures ' Rev. J. D. .Sibert, pastor of the iences.; Mrs. i. M. Cochrane )left ,for .St. '
Tiller returned to'their home in Chattanooga of the Gazette office 'arrived In from
and precipitation as I Methodist church, went to Jacksonville Augustine, Monday to be the (truest:: of
Tenn., this week after a visit Board Jacksonville last night. +
A committee of of Trade
reported by the Government I Monday on personal business. her daughter for two weeks, ,
I of several weeks with the family of '
etatlon at Klssimm 'for the .He. was absent several days. members secured a list of donationsto F,. Bv Cramer, vice-president 0'tho_ _
: M_ :Tiller.-. They.will probably return be added to.the $25-voted 'by--the Av R. Wrenn, manager of the McKoy
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week ending Mar,- 27 1913.- Narcoossee Farm and Townsite.
: ,
[ The U. D. C. will hold their regular laterin the season and spend some Council to purchase the motion pic- Land Co., with offices in Kissimmeeand in the this week.
was city
MAX MIH. RAIN meeting nt the Chapter House on weeks at Pass-a-Grille. on the West ture reel of Kissimmee, and start the! Orlando was In the city this c.

Friday. . :. 73 60'' Wednesday, April 9, at 3:30. p. m.. Coast. reel on: its way/ to the Northern Statesto week. Mrs. M. N. Overstreet went to'

Saturday. . . 78 57 33 All. are cordially: invited to attend.J. Brick advertise our beautiful little city. Haines City Thursday .to visit her
started oivthe
work was new Lewis
O'Bryan
of the
Sunday.. . .. 80 66 .. I' Methodist church Tuesd/j af this I Several feet of garden in this vicinity manager daughter, Mrs. Alston' for a week. '
Wade Tucker, manager of the on Consolidated Title Co., arrived in Kis-:
. . 81 66 .. being added to the
Monday are reel, and a "
I Everglade Cypress Lumber Co., at week. Supt. Harris is making rapid simmee Tuesday from a two weeks' Fred Bass is hustling around in
Tuesday.. . ... 87 GO : I I hand colored orange will also
X grove
Loughman, and family motored up to progress with the building of this business trip to Fort Myers.Mr. the automobile, business, and reportstwo
Wednesday, . 82 69 ; be included before it is sent ,
away.
this city and spent a few hours on magnificent edifice. The foundation i sales for the past week. (
Thursday ..' . 85 62 Wednesday.Mrs. work having been completed the'walls< and Mrs. Ed Raper, who have
Larry L. Pope, of Loughman, was
I been spending the winter at the homeof J. H. Reese has his
positionas
resigned
*-:-.'* will rise rapidly and soon be ready for transacting business in the city last
--,. - G. M. Pearce has sold her the carpenters' finishing touches. Saturday. Mr. Pope has M. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, left I editor of the Valley Gazette and
stock of goods to the H. C. StanfordCo. a young orange ; Tuesday fqr their home in Ilinois. left Tuesday night for Jacksonvilleand t

I I I I I, I I 1 I 1 I I I II I 1 I 1 I I III I ., and has accepted a position in J. H. Reese left for Tallahassee ,I grove which he states is making Savannah. He will go to Tallahassee t' j

the and notion Tuesday night. He will remain at very satisfactory progress. He is | The Business Men's Associationheld
dry goods departmentof i next week, where he will represent -
! THE! LOCAL HELD. I that firm. the capital during the sesion of the'' also experimenting with other fruits, a meeting Tuesday afternoon in a number of the State papers
among them apples and cherries, the council chamber. The credit
Miami
the <
Legislature, representing : during the legislature, them .
The friends of A. S. Nelson are Metropolis, the Savannah Morning which are making splendid growth. ,'books will.. be ready early in May. the Valley Gazette. among .

I I I M I I M 11 I'' glad to get the news that he i is on the News, the St. Augustine Record, the He i is of the opinion that almost any.
I Grant W. Baker, who has ben vi it-
road to recovery. His recent Illness thing will grow and thrive in Floridaif I Contract has been let for the fur-
Gazette and other
Strand wood $1.25 per strand. Valley papers big Mr. Ned Gilbert for the
has kept him confined for a numberof while the legislative mill i is grinding. | given proper attention. ( pastweek nishings of the State Bank of Fells-
Prompt delivery within city limits. II went to Coronado Beach Tuesday -
weeks.A. I mere, Fla., same being awarded to W.
Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf 4 C. B. Crum and family have returned -I| William Tunnicliffe, Esq., an at- bit will return shortly to Ki G. llankins, of this city. Specification's -

1'unuma hats at F. H. Lawson's It R. Wrenn was in Kissimmee to Mt. Union, Pa., after spend- I torney-at-law from New York City, simmee. call for an elaborate outfit including -

Tuesday, having come down from Or- ing the winter in Kistiimmee. While .who has been spending some months at vault i
furniture
C. W. Bruns, head of the Narcoos- lining, me-
Coming noon at the Pastime, Miller lando for the day. lie spends most Cloud forhe
here this winter Mr. Crum built a I St. benefit of his health, see Farm and Townsite Co., who has chanical devises and everything ne-

Bros. original 101 Ranch pictu'reiMon's of his time at Orlando now, and says residence opposite Mr. Buzza's home | was in the city Monday,and made the been',' spending the winter at Runny- cessary for the conduct of the bu l-
that town is coming along rapidly. Gazette office call.
Mabbette street. He and Mrs. an appreciated
on j mode visitor Kissimmeethis ness.
: white canvas shoes at1 1 I' II. was a to
'' Crum are much in love with Kissimmee Mr. Tunnicliffe's health has greatly I
l.aw.son'n. l.r!>-lt : of week.
Mr and1I's. (George; Green
I afid may be counted on as regu- improved since coming to Florida, Dr. A.: K. M !igs returned. from his

M 11.I) Tindall, of Narcoossee, WI1"t J Wausoon Ohio who have been spending lar winter visitors hereafter.A and he thinks it probable that he will I 11. J. Gill was reelected Mayor of annual outing down the Kissimmee

in the city Tuesday greeting friends.. the winter in Florida, were the ]locate permanently somewhere in the St. Cloud by thirten votes over his river last Sunday, and, spent several

guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. change? of schedule went into effect State. opponent, J, II. Hardin. John J. days at the Graystone, leaving for his

FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. : C'ochranp, the two families. having April 1 affecting trains 27 and [ Johnson was elected clerk and assessor home in Philadelphia Thursday night.

Apply to H. N. Bratton. lltf.Hoin '' Leer' life-long fnends. $4. The former from Sanford, which i| The "Boston Lyrics" will be the C. W. Loudon, Marshal, and J. I. The doctor keeps a houseboat here on
has been arriving at 9:27 will reach closing number or the Christian Culture -
: 't
to Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Hams, Mrs: l Franklin Sheen and two ihilditMi Cunningham, Treasurer. which he spends about four months
Kissimmee hereafter at 9:40.: The course, "April 11th at the High
un lliui-ila\ "of last, week, ahoyW. of Palm; Beach, who have been each season, going from place to place ..
latter from Tampa, that has been arriving -> School auditorium. This is one of the Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Walker, of the numerous lakes and li
among
II. Brokaw with. Grifling; Broth- visiting the family of C. W. Griffin at Kissimmee at 9:30 will very finest entertainments of a high :1 Kansas City, Mo., are the guests of streams between Kissimmee and Lake

cis, the lice people. 40-tf for a few days" left for Orlando Wed- reach here in the future at 9:13, if 'II class nature, with a delightfully ] :Mr. and Mrs., Walter Nelson, having Okeechobee, communing with nature
will make brief
lu'sday! where they a
it runs on schedule time. varied program. A pleasant evening i arrived here Sunday evening Mr. and enjoying the splendid shootingand
M: M Miller and! family, of Con-. I visit' before returning home. I I II with the finest music awaits you :! Walker is a newspaper: man vthe fishing. .

ole> were in the city shopping U'ulM I D. B. Potts will leave the latter part I). G. Wagner left Tuesday night on that date. Tickets for sale at :Missouri city, and will remain in the

---iitJ \ I II jf the week for Tallahassee to represent for Richmond to attend a ml'etingof Roberson's pharmacy on the 10th and city about ten days. I ( Additional Locals on Page 11))
I he insurance of the i
( leading agents 11th.
l' lison, one of NarcoosMt-'h: i the OSl'eolaoUlllal/ th" Tampa '! J. Wade Tucker of Loughman, has
|:
New York Life Insurance Co. Mr.
ill the Tribune and. the St. Petersburg In- PL\N INTERURBAN ROAD
fruit growers, was I rented the Hunter
bungalow
'O"p.'IOU' ? corner
!
11. F. Brooks who"rcsidl'
Wagner is making a fine record for I I at
it Wednesday.F ,\hj)pendent. during the session of the F.mmett street and and
i > Clyde avenue,
his company and secured honorable: the corner of Brack and Oak streetsin From Arcadia Through Country to

W Mill of =Nurioossee, was tiun.ailing Legislature., mention among the live producers of North Kissimmee, brought to the Twill I move his family to Kissimmeenext Lake Okeechobre.

( busini'Sh in the city W.IIIWIIda W. A. McCool, Jr, 'Mrs. McCool and the agency force within a few months '' Gazette office this week' some of the week. Mr. Tucker is general I
1 '
Miss. Anderson! who have been spending i after taking up the work. 'II largest tomatoes we have seen !grown manager of the Everglades Cypress Arcadia is to have a suburban carline 'A

) several weeks in the city left I in this section. They wjrt-e grown in Lumber Co.'s large plant at Loughman to connect at some point on Lake 1.'ileechobee.

The ('.ivic League will. meet at the Tuesday .evening for Beaver Falls, The class in parliamentary usage : his garden, without any special at- Qnd i is himself a large stock- At a well attended t}

Chapter )House next Tuesday at 3 Pa, where they will remain for the held at the chapter hokise Monday afternoon -:jtention I one weighing one pound and. holder in the. business. meeting at the parlors of the DeSoto ,

under the leadership of Miss another hotel at Arcadia Monday afternoon,
m. fourteen Mr. Brooks
J p ounces. !
summer. Mrs. M. L. Peas and daughter Mrs.
Estelle Brainerd i is increasing in I came to Kissimmee from Illinois and E. Prouty, manager of Olive place, C:
Col.. Thomas an old resident oft The "Osceola County Fair," which numbers and proving very interestingand i has bought property in this section. Archie Blakesly, and little Dan St. outlined plans for the system. If
i r
( lLtloe Creek section was in the city was repeated at the Pastime last Fri- profitable. Others outside the Clair Blakesly left here for their built the latest improved distillate .

"I,*ufstlay. day night, pleased another crowded league are attending and it l is opento I' J. B. Holt, son of Rev. Dr.- Holt of home in Elgin Illinois April let. They locomotives will be used, the tracks !

house. The local, talent deservesmuch anyone desiring to take up the this city, who has spent several yearsin were domiciled during the delightful and rolling stock will be adapted to '
The Board of County Comrnission-
winter months at the home of Miss
credit for the manner in which with the steam '
study. the Philippines as government en- interchange cars
er1will meet in regular session next Dalma Graham, 116 Mabbette street.
this play was produced.Preparing gineer, has recently been promotedto roads. Mr. Prouty is looking over
Monday The Palatka News says: lIon. W. Mr. and Mrs. Blakesly had previously :1
the rank of Junior U. S. Engineer, the ground to decide on the line of :
for the term of County B. Crawford, of Kissimmee,. presidentof planned that they, with their two sons,
Judge/ and Mrs.I Parker will| go to i and placed in charge of the drainage survey. The line will probably cross r { ,
(Court which will convene Monday, the Southern Utilities Co., that i is would spend next winter in Los An-
Sanford Saturday to remain until of the Dismal Swamp in Virginia. Joshua creek not far west of Olive
the Nth Sheriff Ingram and deputies to control the ice business in at least geles, Cal., but now say that they had J
Monday visiting friends. Mr. Holt is as yet quite a young man, place and penetrate the best agricultural '
are quite busy. There are quite a fifteen Florida cities, was a business I much rather it would be in Kissimmee. -
districts enroute to the lake.
and his assignment to this importantwork
The pictures of Kibsimmce will be number of cases to come up at this visitor in Palatka on Wednesday. Mr. Mrs. Peas has decided in favorof "

shown again at the Pastime Satur term. Crawford, who is a son of Secretary trustworthiness.speaks well for his efficiencyand this place and intends to return' in .Big Bargain in a Home f

day, matinee and night. Methodist Sun- of State Crawford, i is the member of i I September and make Kissimmee her Splendid new six-room House just '.
At the. church next the State Democratic executive com- future home. (inside city limits, fine deep; web, lot
J,1;. Stratton, of Peghorn, a former day, the regular communion service mittee from Osceola county. Dahn's Department store have two contains two acres o* ground, good I :
County Commissioner, was in Kla lmm..e will be held in the morning At, the new post cards of Kissimmee that The resignation of Rev S. S. Sny- new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, ". rand

Tuesday transacting business.: evening service the topic will be "Pull I George Bross, of Rhinelander, Wis., were made to order for them. One I der, pastor of the Presbyterianchurch all under good new fence. Fine ''r..
shows the auto fire with the laid before the session of location for. small truck garden or "
ing Them Out of the Fire. League who with his family has been spending wagon was
ranch. This is fine
J. II. Halley and S. R. Fields, two service at 0:30: in the evening. the winter in Kissimmee, left for entire department membership i I the church Sunday, and was accepted. poultry sition, where one will have a the propo-freedom '. +,


11\11.\ were in the city Monday. Walker Moseley was elected an BroRS has written his friend, F. N. I The other is a view of Broadway former home at Columbiana! O. He to enjoy all the advantages of the ;

Sheriff I Ingram has just returned Tyler of the Presbyterian church atSunday's I'ettigrew, that while getting off the looking South from the citizens I came to Kissimmee from Ohio four city, such as splendid high school, best 'i .
markets, churches, etc. Price $1500.
"lssi: :J. The board of 'Bank. Mr. Dozier Leitner and Stonewall and has served the local
from, a trip on the Kust Coast, whereIn train in Chicago, he fell into the I years ago, 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. ., ;
official business. elders is now composed of A. S. Nelson hands of pickpockets, who relieved i Jackson Triplett were crossing pastorate faithfully, and he and his I
went on '
Dr. C. L. Hyatt and Walker him of $liO in cash, and two depository I the street at this corner just as the I family have formed many warm and Too much solitude dulls the mind, r !

( I K; |Irwin and son, Walter, left!. :Moseley. The ordination will take certificates of $500 each. He camera was- snapped and can be lasting friendships here. Mr. Snyder while too much company dissipate! '" i

Tuesday! night for Indianapolis Ind., place some time soon. succeeded: in stopping payment on the recognized in the post card by their I I has had an eventful ministry, having: it-one should strike a happy me- ,'. j

wheretfvey will spend, the summer.' The Laymen elected officers Sunday latter. friends -
their afternoon.' Judge George F. Parker . .ir
Talker went to -
Judge/ and :Mis -- - -- - --- -- - -- -

oiaiitfe IotI'Onl'ar Davfiipoi) Thurstla was re-elected president; J. Mc- ..... .-::.-,,--.-. ..-.:,;. !;! 'Sjrtft MrJBJ

> to look after impro\ t-meiits going I'hattcr, vice president; Mr. Redwood .
and J. W. ]Lilly, or- ,r',
"I,. there 'eere-tary, Judge f .
I ,ganist. The meeting will be held !

J, C' Palmer manager of the Win-I I next Sunday afternoon in the Bap- SuedeLisle W. B. Corsets : t

dermere I Improvement Co., was tist church. "
forEvery
buitirn 'to' -'
city Wednesday looking after LisleGloves ,

,,s matters. Senator Arthur E. Donogan and Figure "
Representative H. Clay Stanford will j i

C W Griffin; spent a few days IDNew ) leaves tomorrow for Tallahassee} to / '.

Smyrna last wl'k"isitinJl' his during the session of the Legis-
serve I//.
fathei, who has been quite ill for lature as members of the higher and COTTON CORDUROYS The RIGHT Goods WHITE SILK LISLE : t'

iv leial weeks. lower branches" of that body rt>sp..c Colored Striped Linens GLOVES 1"

The session convenes Tues-
Senator I D. U. Fletcher spent a few tively. :
White 36 in. Linen '""
day of next week. AT. 22 in. 60c. i
hours in this city Tuesday evening .. long, ,

looking after business matters here. Fred W. Stalker, founder and publisher 25c. yd. ---- -- !

Hi. left at 11-45: p. m. of the Osceola, Journal, will New LINEN CRASHAsk' '
df the week for Th RIGHT" Time I
leave the latter part e - -- f
r i" Ciforge; Templeton, of Clinton, S. C., Colored Cotton Voiles
, in the future
Fairhope, Ala., to''reside to see the Nainsook j
.brother of Mrs. K. S. Ueland, has taken ,
l' the of night operator at Mr. Stalker having severed his Satin Striped Voiles that we are showing r,
position (connection with the Journal for the Colored Various Can always I be found at 1
the Stripes
telephone exchange.
for ISc.
purpose of returning .a his old homein yd.

Little Miss Eunice Rivers, daughtM the sister state. Mr. and Mrs. Materials are Good -- -

of Dr and Mrs. T. M. Rivers, was the Stalker have many friend in Kis- -- - - The RIGHT PlaceKATZ'S .. NEWS .. l'

hostess at a party last SaturdajMn &fmmee who regret exceedingly that Ask to See r -
Skirts fuller sleeves
are are ) ,
and whose best
honor of her birthday. tlr'y are to leave,
r wishes for their success and happiness CREPE CHARMEUSE generally longer.Embroideries .

,3 A, Tano, chief of the fire department them. Turkish
will accompany --- --- ------ -- and

f' leaves today for a business Lace Bandings Bulgarian Crepes, Ril S ord,
trip to Philadelphia and New York. Dr. F. G;. Thomason has several
I He about days. specimens of the pawpawtree Brocades and Prime far
will be gone ten well grown New Effects

which have grown from tinytwilCS' ___ KISSIMMEE : : FLORIDA ored.
The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co., since May of last year. The Yellow dominating color

Tampa, Fla., lend money; : at 6 per cent plants were given him by A. F. Ask to See the
t"
interest, payable in small monthly inUllments. Spawn, the food products man. They Gingham Department .

Write ty: particulars. 6ttLaymen' were less than a foot in length and of te.Kleinert' .' y

': held at the whatever. They are now
meting will be no sib
; Rubber Pants MUSLIN UNDERWEAR i
Baptist church next Sunday at three twelve inches in diameter at the base .

s' 9'chck.Rev.. Livermore. leader. and eight to ten feet tall, and heavily for Babies Excellency of Quality ,

Strangers and ladies especially in- fruited; How is this for marvellous .

3 vited. G. F. Parker, president. growth T .

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He will attend the ,International Institute .

f+, ', POSTMASTER MUST of Agriculture at Rome, Italy, !

-., on May 10, as the ;American .delegate, 00 VvListen Big drops

INVESTMENTBUY and expects to return. Washington \
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DEVOTE ENTIRE TIMETO ,
about June 1st. .ijiJvcome in our y pnc s


NOW, SELL THIS SUMMERAT .jl Wilson When to he head was the named rural by credits President com- k v H when we FIRST
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A LARGE INCREASE v /: THE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE mission, Senator Fletcher was signally -

I honored.' Ills selection by the \o jlp, mark our goods.

.-,---. .. -. - buying 'f President indicates J that the Floridian I

The far-lighted and wise.[>eople. Real Estate NOW. 1 MW; OKDKK BY POSTMASTER and the great Democratic President ,

.r We offer as an investment the following of property, to be sold (JKNKKAL 1I111U.ESO'lWILlj:'/ are in perfect understanding ind

n"* a .whole at about two-thirds Ita actual value, and 'on easy terms I l KUMINATE: MANYAl'I'I.ICAN'I'S. hearty accord, concerning not only \\ i I

of payment. The Improved property included in the list bring a I this but other progressive policies of 'L' Ia

rental of $69 60 per month. I the first magnitude to which the \ } ,:a J
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)Democratic i party is pledged in its
One nine-room house with bath and electric lights fronting on f fbrick 1 <, p 1
The "l"Cl"lIt'dl"r from Postmaster platform.The .
paved! street renting for $2000() I per month. This properly I il
(General; Huiloson (hut all postmasters/ rural credits commission was
easily worth $2,500.11(1.FivenMrm ( ()(
l jY appointed I ill future will be required) created by an act of Congress, loigelyjas i 4 --;..
I collage and bath nearly new, modern in every way, a result of the efforts of Senator \ - : ;1. lQ
to devote their entire business time, I \
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,r I on large lot, fronting : .. _
of ut least an equivalent to. eight '
$1.800.00. "
bo -
month. Would cheap| al ( ""h'1I1'II..OII'S first official acts was touioirme '
hums i day, to the duties of tin ">fIK .
I |per : ) these efforts of SenatorI
1 Tne-room cottage on large lot, fronting on brick paved street, . i \ :
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i has uius I'e l ninth\ mnunt 1 letehei, is regarded with genuine '
I has water tonntrlion House' renting for $10.00 per| monlh., This 01.1'I i I \ .
pleasure bv the Southerners ill Wahhi' ,
the entire At the
lountiN pusenttune =
if would cool i'I \
property! purchased separately $1,2311.110. I \ .0. --
I I I ington \
all clerks'and l lairiiis
/ au leiinied \.. \
Four-room collage, located on large lot fronting on brick ,.<.,...11..o..fni.....' .tfttlmr. .---..' . lint.ldns.....;...-.. llojiclln..--_ 1''the __ J ....... ... \'\. .-
to woiK right holes oath day, "" -- \it.

paved! street l renting for $1000 prr month Easily. worth 90000. I in.l| aiioiiling. In t Mi: Utiileson's': views federal rural credits commission, I .v h.rffi; .,............., ,;;:::,' .. JI L It ....'m--- ::" ... "'. ... )
also Is i t'hail'man of the American commission -
Two collages bringing( in a rental of $14.00 per month.. Worth I Ill/ I'o'tmastii' '' IM. tin highest paid
ing the Southern all
$800.00. appointed by We mark of our goods as cheap as Is
oftn',lal tin /lot'ill / should and
in postnflnes! .l'omnuvrutl Congress, moreover, I

One cottage rented<< to colored l people, rl.'nlinfor/ $500 per hkevvi-t -'rtu i (tin tint, required'| each IN I the American delegate to the International consistent with good qualjty. We never advertise -

month. Worth $.10000.Onehalf l i Institute, of Agriculture, I
merchandise below
dn' 1'1"I ftilltivMiig I letter l from at cost excepton
which nifets at Rome This honor
interest in 111 I I city loin each lot easily world $7100 \\'a -hingtan will IM'tit multi inttltst11 : unless have few
I .. I'wits .conferred upon him by the StateI bargain days, ve a
now, and values are gradual! increasing. 1\.i-6lilgtun|'| / ( .. sap!,,ml :i Post I )I l > '
i fuiltmeMit
odds and ends of which wish to dispose.We
we
I 1I1a-1 I (11; 'III'I Ial Hill I It Mill s purpose' lO .
Two close in resident loin worth $500.00 each. i The I rural credits. .commission expttts .
hold -uicritliII" i pi>-Ministers to a
pit
to spend 70 days in Europe; Schloss Bros. Clothing for
ln> cntifjatc, and you< will find that all of the above arc good. i nit' :nuuutdlhty: .:. HI( the matter of carry young'men
but Fletcher
1 Senator does not intend
properties worth nt a low ('estimate $14,8:>0.1111.') \\'e will Mil! everything " 'Inn. and :al1""I''I1'' the' give to their I,,10 remain away from Washington for ) and old. This Is a brand of clothingupon

in the above mhedule for the sum of $430000! / 'Hie, person. i -1'1',11\1'| "f'r' ,"','"- I i-, ixpitttd to .sun.
I thai length of timeHe will begone
r buying now n ill reap large profits |ilif\, t the pit.mil:igi' iiitstion|' in man)' which you can rely.Ladles'ReadytoWear .
i iiinlv Unit) } days, but \vill initiate the ,
-1.1\i \ It is" liluvid I in Washington '
We also have will lciU woik of the joint commission in EunqW .
two business lots on Broadway. in hal tin, attitude' of the 1'ostni.istei goods a specialty.

) very best part of the bu.noss
.I I! $5,250.00.. M'. .ippliiants, thousands of p..isonswho the He feels that his' Dresses range In price from three to fifteen
I I prcx' .' ill Washington may be nquiud '"
.
V ;1, >\'1. will l be pleased to have yon clIll1n< \ .is posUnasttis\ and at tin "same
id l the.Senate will then begin its ion
III''''' ill vote' mo-t of then attt'ntion our mammoth stock of merchandise thereIs
I MiKiation, of the* tariff bills.v0iIe .

I H. M. BREAKER & COMPANYI to (lolloping ptisonal. business the ptiblu,matters'ntiAn of the I i II I I \ III Kurope: the I Fln..da1111'. :; everything to wear.

I I 1'" tml''II''' ntKinl's; stutcnnntinns rIo will In' protected bv a pair' in tin
I;nited! :State; Senate inaMiiuiha ''
and
H. C. STAMFORD. CO
otlni- 'in the snialli titles of the I ln' got"- on the business' of (1'un- &

'south. tspetiallv notihtil! th 'n ( 'ongitcsmin k'H-" '. he trill have a leafs of ahscnce.Spawn's L

of tin VMthdiiiwal of theil'! r' _ _

al'phl'atlOn"'hplI!: : they mad
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apipluation
it I Food '1'ioiluits 1'0.
,
i a man
r for appomtim IIII'1'. .. I :
ufadlll'lI1l I company. for the' pioduo-
;: under the impi"i'SSKIII thit if appointed of food articles. under the I Ilion Jacksonville Real Estate
1'1'0- BargainsWe
You willfind
i !, their duties a, postniastt\ i' would I
A S. Gilbert'san I ttss of A. 1'. Spawn, the iO\'ntor"
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at. in no wise interfere with then regu-: with headquarters at Tampa, is an own all the property we handle and have
.
f liar business affans 1 Inpostmaster I
I applicant for a charter with $100,000 many bargains now. Send for full particulars.
'W regarded. ! tllt'lII .
t'' ship << In I as a sinewith '
I capital A. F. Spawn, president; '' Dunn Bradstreet and Bank Reference
cure, a desirable salary, that

up-to-date line of Spring 'i would give I them added rciogiiition, Judge John d C.;, I M). Parkhill Watts,,secretary vice-president; Frank; PARSONS REALTY COI, 459 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville

in then respective communities
Goods. The latest in : I otton, treasurer.
Ripperlets They' t hl.'lil.\'I'd. too that thej could] I

delegate<< the duties/ of the office to --- '7',

solid colors and fancy their assistantWprule I .

) the Postmaster deneral's'
and Mar-
stripes, Corduroys j order was inspned originally: by a
'' desire to eeonomi/e in the administiation
'
I') quisettes. Linen Skirts at $1 ; ; of the postofhec department,

o r Middy Blouse 50c 75c $1 I I'I' is undoubtedl\l true that many I II
; i members of Congtess encouraged him

to the announcement of the policy. I Crockery Glassware
VVV : Shirt Waists 50c 75c $1. '
l:1, Admittedly, i it lessens their difficul-

:' : ., .'-==- .- -> _. ___ i 'I'fi I I ties in 'the same proportion that it

eliminates applicants for office. In .., .. .
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;Er ;) :, Don't fail to see our j many towns two or three lawyers wer@among ... - .
the applicants for the .
post' ;:,(,'j ,'. '
: I office. -: :
\', line before buying :;::1
"It' is the polity of the administra- ,

lion to require| in all 4a-(''. lonsiitn,

I tiotiand t.ftu'u'nt semi f i oin its

..fli, ,'r" and tiiipltmes say I'o..t.II'hll' Just ArrivedA
No. 45Cor. Main and Park Phone 35Birch
Getelal(; ", Huilisons. stall-mint!

..( ;ii, i k-* and rattler., r I 'II" requu<] ..i.d I b vt ,

t Lila to st'i 1'\ ,. s hour dally and there

I is no Mason win tin |postinaster i who new complete and up-to-date line of
,
'i ILr liiglusi 1 Jlard) imploMt of the

t I .,..f" "r. should not gee: at least an
I > < 1/(111'I I '
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I I...Ul/. t 'p| i\'alt iii III I tinu' and i'Ifoi't. In
Mountain Till .lll>lll\l.I II irii Illl'. OSI. |::III. \ ...
I 01 I > ,'. IN I 1'I I ::1\| waking new a"plnll'IIh, to oflitcs/ ,
r I, I u III'I'ill"I::i 'i K. i '."i m i'p\"r.II"| I "t of I the (' '" ,"ll'lIli"l gl'adl'111' Post.
111,1 I I |: 111/11'1'1'I I 'I:i K l I.. I nd I..nl Crockery andGlassware
HERB TEA II' .Iplu.ilac, I"V .,.lIfll\.1\I I .11'1"l |'l">, I...I I, clII 1 ofhuc I >t'pa i'tnunt will, require hereaftel -
I I. till" III. I I In ii.I I aloe. .I 1.1.1.. .I" I .
,.. in addition to the usual
III il II:NM: I.: \\ II'I'HI'"I! : \ III d..I taliill quuliliI ,
""I! flu I" "i.11".1.I I Is .i ".in i? 1,10'1, I I II I "allOnsilh I lesptel to ability, thai
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Imported from Bohemia the III' 'I..f I 'I.a I 1,1 i iI tune' IF Ira1.i I r'I' t tI I
most "r I""11:0.-: \11111.\-' '' :' ", ... Hi 0' actor and experience, an assurance
wonderful herb compound the ,,I i\\ .III\-P. \I." ,. .It ,I--, th. IIKl I ,,' .,1.' f'om the ,
appointee I that his whole
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world has "nbn I II'hat' IK I"I slut| | III of"| "Ith I .
ever known, for the a I l I" .t,1t .r I".I" I.-.|UII. d I I./ ''business' time will be devoted to the
treatment of Asthma L. ''h. 10,11, l Of owplah' | l IMI ""I dV I II
Hay
? Fever Itl I I I ,uls.I, ". I t,,.f.l., \I.I\, I '. II,., duties/ of the position to which he isippointcd
Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh .. I .1 111 ill !l1.it .\ |I. 1'1:1.,] :i .it. h"'I NIX t 1 "' !."
La Grippe andsevere '11. .,III u'ltlons, ,.r 1 mill I 10111 coil\\\ i.I I"l li
Whooping Cough i "i i I.. is i ,InL..t, ; .1 i L' .-.ii.,1 i d..f i i lid 1111 NTotv\ithstandiiifj: the change in administrations -
cases of kidney, Bladder, Ml' I. Illl, III .'d.' I I I. .1 I III.,It llllH, .'I .1.,.1.I. I II ,. and Everything for the dining table the
I I" the fait that a ,
Stomach and |Inltllsh. 'I I Hill I .t \\.1 K till I I'I lit
Lung troubles.It .''u. sulk >\j Us in th KlHstuiint,i l cmooatR> 'PiesidiMit sits, the !
. in
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is an invigorating \ "Ih ;;.17. I tl .I II" \\ Ml IM t I"uloll Nil
..I I 'In bold, < '''tint i,iiil,1 *M''I 1 1I White /house. the City of ashjnglon kitchen
R tonic purifies the I rh's' :\111" < h :list, I 1'1:1] :I II has been all but deserted or any part of the house.
blood builds .I I I I. < .\ I':Is I'IIIT:1: by Senators
; up I'I.I .11 U "Ir"utl 1'u 111 i and! (Congressmen: for, the past two
the run-down II I' i ;11:11IR I: : I;
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ny system weeks. Most of the
E duulou I t..r ( ITllpl\ \ III III old members of
soothes the
'o l ,iMl: !. > INo. \I-, il'
both /Houses
1 r Itri nerves, improves availed themselves of the Prices
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leiess to return to their homes and are very these
I w.yr; the appetite and 458.-Ten acres adjoining city .
,- %:Jr'" makes sleep restful limits, on the Orlando hard road. Lands : arrange inatteiH ho as to permit of along .

.%. and refreshing. cleared, fenced and ready for the stay in Washington The belief fine lines. Assortment is \
This wonderful plow The elevation is high, suitable is general that the special sessions large
or citrus fruits and trucking. ''Jnii-
Congress will run into Augsut
medicinal tea /
; I contains iroperty will soon be available for
t' 21 different I'sident Senator Fletcher of Florida was .
., purposes, as the city is ex -- --
l. herbs imported punding rapidly. A bargain at $1.- one of the few members of the upper

r 1 from Bohemia and has been endorsed ,!00.00. House! who remained in the city all of ..

f by Pope Leo XIII, the Em- No. 459.-Five acres inside city last week He did not leave for Jacksonville .

: '._ poror of Austria and many emi- cleared, fenced, plowed, ready for until last Saturday. Thee Waring Co.
nent physicians besides receiving i'ultivation This tract is near th Senator remained in Washington to Trading

the highest awards, gold medals Aultmun farm, on high ground. $1-, look after many matters of importance 'I"
000 takes it.
-eome of which are reproducedon to his Florida. tonstituents During )
No. 429-Large lot on which is 1 located pI"
the cans-and honorary Diplo I one seven-room and one three- the closing days of thte last ses-

t. mas from Expositions held in Paris room house. Large house is lighted lion, Mr. Fletchers time was occupied h -- - .
tf': Rome Vienna Florence London with electricity, has toilet and kitchen by th.e prolonged sessions of the Send - f.

s, J i and Liege in recognition of its kink toilet, small house also has sink an ate, and he had to give up two weeks ,
We will sell this
: property asa
: great curative qualities. This is of his vacation to ft.
whole or separately. This attend to departmental .
property
.. one of the few articles that is free is well located will pay 10 per cent, business i in which Floridians Glassware
1w: from alcohol, narcotics and poison. 'n investment if: rented. Price of both were interested Crockery :

; If it does not do all that is claimed houses, $2,500. Senator Fletcher
1 is expected to .
for it, your money will be refunded. No 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just return to Washington next week forth .

I.; I BIRCH (MOUNTAIN TEA CO., short distance beyond city limits on special !session of Congress. He .' I

t Buffalo. N. Y.. U. S. A. high Shingle school Creek, churches road. Close and to splendid market will remain here until April 2G, whenhe .I,

1} I-. .. ''c Sold by Kismmmee' Drug Co. Kls im1 desired(I'rice $30 per acre. Terms on part if American will sail and for Federal Europe with Rural the Credits joint ,, ).

' : mee, Florida. I 36-tf M. Breaker & co. commission, of which he I is chairman. I.
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Spray's the ,Thing to To the West '1)'and) NorthwestVIA .'


.r Subdue Citrus Wh e'lly VIA

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II What ... LIMITED DIXIE 'FLYER
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By PROF. ,W.: E. HINDS, '

of the"'Alabama Experiment. Station 'Auburn, 'Alabama.The AND
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citrus 'white fly, first found in S3c per goal in barrel lots at the fac- SOUTH' ATLANTIC LIMITED

Your. Brand ? the United States in Florida a number' tory. ,,The Alabama agent for this ,

of years ago, Is now quite widely 'distributed material is Van Antwerp Seed Store 8:60: pm-L.V.10.Z6 .' Tampa ..._.. 10:28: am ] 10:28: aim -_.....--.: t---- As, 0. 1.;
in this section all : pm-L/v. Lakeland .... 11:11: am 11:18: am A. 0.,.L
occurring Mobile. This ; : +
material! is prepared 11:81pm: -I>v., Ktsslmmea ....1:01: pm 1:01: pm....-----'Y.---___-____.___ A. C. L. ?
along the coast from North Carolinato simply l>y mixing with"water.. For'j 12:61: ..mLv"OrlanclOIIIpm: I-'lIII.m'--____________.__ -A.--o.-'x.., -
the of it' 1:88' : am-Lv. Sanford __.... 1:40: pm 1:40: pm _________________ A. 0. LoI
center the state where is the Winter spray: use one part to six- 6:46:< am-Ar.. Jacksonville __ 6:40: pm 6:40pmDixie : -.___:___-__-_ A. 0. t-:
you .. take a certain, found upon' other plants than citrus: ty-six, or three quarts of the stock Y
DixieLimited
-L South Atlantlo.
in species This insect Infests also chinaberry emulsion' per barrel of water. The ... Flyer f Ltmlted. "
pride shipping ,, jessamine privets and Summer 9:85: am Lv. Jack'nvlll A.C.L.8t6pm 8:15pm: Lv. Jackrunvllle.A.. Co :t-
cape sprayings- should be
more ll:40am: Ar \Vaycro ..o.x.. 10:16pra 10IOpm Lv Wayoro. __A. G'L 4
A & fruit under your own numerous other trees and shrubs be- dilute and one part to.eighty-eight of 6:11pm: Ar Maeon G 9.A K" 4:1 Gam 8:46am A; Macon ___0. S. A. 11'. r
8:08pm: Ar Atlanta C. of Qa :86am, 8:41pll1: ; Ar Atlanta _-------C. of Ga.
sides Various
brand. You species of the genus cit. water is recommended, or about 2Vi lS:18am: Ar Ch'tan'Ka. W.&A.: 1 Uam IIUpm AP Knoxville -------Z.: i. N. I
I are care- rus. Its multiplication upon the quarts per barrel of The am- 4:50am: Ar Naahvllla N. C. '1:16pm: Ar Oorbln ______---1. i. N. t
spray. ________ .
& Si. U 4:SOpm2:80pm 8:00pm: AI' Loul.v111.-.L: i N.
ful to see that the fruit china berry and privet especially may ount of spray needed depends directly
be even more rapid than upon citrus upon the size of the trees and will : Ar. St. Louis U. A I.N.7IOaM C.. 1:6Gpm: Ar Indlanapous.Pa.. Lime

runs up to. a certain host plants but it can pass the win- vary from about ojie-half quart per 8:65pm: Ar Lexington ____..L. i N.
Ar. Hopklnnvllltf L _____ .
8:60pm AI' Cincinnati i N.
standard of size and ter only on shrubs or trees that retain tree for one-year old trees to eight or &: N.__________8B6pm a
part, at least, of their foliage. ten quarts tree for those of 9:28am: Ar. Evansville LAN :48pm 6:10am: Kalamazoo ______0. R. i
per larger I t
quality. We take the 1:10pm: Ar. Terre Haute C. 8:641.: ", Grand Rapids ____0. R. i. :
same pride in the White Fly Life History-The small size. The cost for treatment includ- Ami.: __..___1:G6am I .
7:02pm Ar. Chlcag-o C.&E.: I. :64ara 7:16am: AI' Cleveland _______Jnc 4 ,
production ofBRADLEY'S white eggs, appearing to the eye as ing both labor and materials will
"
a fine white dust, are laid upon the range from about He per tree for Olxle Limited niXIE FLYER So.lb Atlaatte L1 *.. ( icompostte

I under side of the leaves and hatch in one-year-old trees, 2c per threeyearold Solid train composed, section of Solid train carSolid 1 train. composed' electrla
car r Y I n g: electric
FERTILIZERS.No from ten to twelve days usually. tree, to 4c per average six to drawlng.room sleeping lighted drawing-room Pullman
cars, observation compartment lighted com part- sleeping: and coaches, between
From the egg comes a minute scale- eight-year-old/( trees. With one.1tar- car and dining ment. ob.ervaUonIJ.ckaonvlll.| sad Cincinnati and
like creature which crawls about ac- old trees and two leads of hose, two ca llrebetweeChln Jackson-(. PlTgh and .SSI, Jacksonville and Indian-
and trio ted ; LoutavJne
business man will put his nameon tively for a few hours then finding a rows of trees can be treated as rapidly section clrawtng-roomlt[ ton.I drawing-' apolli; through sleeping car be-
place to feed it settles down to suck as a man will walk. With the sleeping car between To 0 m sleepers.1 1 ween Jacksonville and Cleveland: w
a poor article any more than he willon Facksonvlllo and St. First class coach- also Pullman sleeping car between
sap for a living, This larval stage I largest trees it may require two minutes ouls. Also section es and smoking!Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on

a poor check. The :Bradley name appears as a small, oval, light | work with a single nozzle. Jar drawIng-room Between Palm sleeping Beach!serves car. Dining all meals car' of Wednesdays each week., Fridays Dining and car Sundays service

green disc adhering closely to thte The !spraying equipment required end Chlcafro. a la carte. between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
l and has for
means quality stood that
under side of the leaf and may easily i for good work includes a barrel pump For reservations or other Information communicate with your Tick. a

for thirty years. The Bradley goods are eaeape notice. It is much smaller I of good capacity, fitted with one or ,ea Agent, A..V. FRITOT, Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla..
Or J. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent, Tampa. Fla Itf
than a pin head when full-grown and two 25-foot leads of hose, an extension -

for sale but the Bradley name cannot be does not change much in outward ap- I rod of 4-inch galvanized iron __ u '

bought. I pearance with growth or as it passes { gas pipe 6 or 8 feet long, threaded

I'' I into the third, or transformation to fit a cut-off valve at the hose connection 4

stage of its life. requires about I' and the nozzle at its tip. The Our Reputation Is Back of Our WorkWe
Write us today for booklet mailed free. i iI '
three weeks for from best nozzles tested
jI development are "angle" nozzles -
have a Statewide Reputation for the Quantity and
I I the egg/( to the beginning of the trans- : of the large disc type, like the ,
Quality of Work We Do.
The American.Agricultural Chemical Co., formation stage. In the latter stage "Friend Angle Nozzle," manufactured GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRING-"I" BEAMS-

I, Jacksonville Sale Department I the insect may remain from three to :! by the Friend Mfg. Co., Gasport, ACETYLENE GAS WELDING-GENERAL MACHINE WORK-
1, Box 216 eight days in mid-summer or for more '|,'N. Y. Other firms make similar angle/(
P. O. Jacksonville, ,Florida. BOARD CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS-EXPERT MACHINISTSSENT
: than three hundred days in the Fall, nozzles.
< .. OUT-WHITE OAK, MAHOGANY, CYPRESS AND OTHER
Winter arid. Spring. The Winter is
HARDWOODS ALWAYS IN STOCK-ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS -
.. panned, only in this third, or pupal, TOLD IN KISSIMMEEA -SHIP BUILDERS AND REPAIRING. ,
stage and the beat opportunity for
, M I H I I I I I I I M t t I I I I I I I I I I I M H I I M t I I I I I I I I I I controlling the pest occurs during the MerrillStevens Company ;:

C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. i. I,, LUPFER. late Winter when no adults are pres- Resident Known to all Our Headers ,
Preitldrnt. Vice-Pr..dd.nt. Sf.cn tary 600 to 650 E. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. F
ent. It becomes then a problem onlyof Relates an Experience.

applying a proper insecticide with 1 Readers of the Valley Gazette have 7-4t pd d t'

sufficient thoroughness to wet the been told again and again of the mer- -- ':

i KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. under side of the leaves. White fly its of that reliable, time-proved kid- --- J

damage is done directly by the suck- ney remedy-Doan's Kidney Pills.

ing of sap by these immature stages. The experiences told are not those of I'"i

"Sooty mold" is a black fungus '1 unknown persons, living .far away. THE H. G. SIEVER.

*, Rough and Dressed a which grows upon the so-called "honey :, The cases are Kissimmee cases, told '.
dew" which is excreted by the lar- by Kissimmee people.

val and pupal stages of the white fly, 1 Z. W. Baas, contractor and builder, REALTY COMPANY ;

PINELUMBER j or by some other insect as the range Clyde Ave., Kissimmee, Fla., says: '

. soft scale." This black coatingcuts "My back was so lame that I could 1 '
Prairie Land Orange Groves 'High Hammock Lands
off light, closes the breathingpores hardly get around and it was impossible ,
Timber Lands. Land at all Prices and on Easy Terms .
in the leaves and seriously injures for me to stoop or lift. I

the growth of the tree and also had in loins and bothered '
/( pains my was -
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ;
I 1! the yield of fruit both in quantity and by a too frequent desire to pass 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, WillJeicLanje half value .

in quality. Sooty mold may be pre- the kidney secretions. Doan's Kid- for other real estate -:- -:- .: -:- k"

" " . . " 1111111111n vented by such"treatment'ae preventsthe ney Pills, which I procured at the '
occurrence of these insects and Kissimmee Drug Co., soon removedthe acre 0 ra age Grove will trade for half value

may be removed by such sprays as trouble and I now have no cause for other real estate, balance easy payment -:- !
FII1 nn i inn 111 nui, F those recommended below. It is for complaint. I willingly confirmmy 1KISSIMMEE'

cheaper to spray than to wash the former endorsement of Doan's "

dirty fruit. Abundantly infested Kidney Pills and allow its continued FLORIDA I I' ,

treea will not produce paying crops publication." J ,

IF CITRUS TREES and the trees may be killed outright For sale by all dealers. Price 60 '

by thin pest. cents. Foster-Milburn: Co., Buffalo, '

> have had Cull bloom you want to hold it. The best way to hold : The- adult white flies begin from the New York, sole agents for the United .

! it is to keep your trees well fed-that" they may have strength over-wintered pupae soon 'after the States.,

] and vitality to keep flourishing. : new growth of the trees begins and Remember the name-Doan's-- and QOZIEB LEITNEB's'INSUIIHNOE gUENUY f fd

: soon lay eggs for the first summer take no other..Adv.. 15-2t. ;

If Citrus Trees have not : generation. The average number of d
MISTAKE IN BERTHS The Oldeat and Lameat Insurance Agency In Osceola.County ,
eggs per female is about 150, de- '

had satisfactory bloomit : posited during a period of about ten SAVES }FLETCHER'S LIFE FIRE LIFE, 11.4=ACCIDENT NC .B HEALTH ,
-
days. There are three principal i
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of
,
behooves you to build up your grove for the future crops, broods or generations each season. .-;
Florida that famed
can answer question -
and fertilizer is essential.In .
Other PestsThemost
and
Scale Insects
of Romeo, "What's in a name?" C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN Secretary. i
either event you want fertilizer of highest grade-from serious scale is undoubtedly the I When Senator Fletcher started

soluble sources and honestly made. That is what we offer in the so-called "purple scale," which passes from Florida for the opening of Congress I' }
Favorite Brands. the winter in the egg: stage under the last December he telephoned to The Waters & Carson ; I

old female scale. Beside this there is
the station miles from
railway some
WRITE FOR BOOKLET the "long scale" which is more slender I
the country place where he was stop-
than the purple scale, but has been ing, asking the agent there to reservea '
J. M., LEE, Agent. found commonly in Alabama doing lower berth for him on the north- Grocery Company : r

satsuma trees. A ,
serious damage to ,
bound train that the station
passed
INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER I I I COMPANY more conspicuous species is known as about midnight. Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES {
which is much i
scale"
soft
the "orange iI
JACKSON VIUle. FLORIDA Arriving there a few minutes be- I
larger and commonly associated with fore the train, the Florida statesmanwas
the production of sooty mold which t
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I C I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I given the name of the sleeperand I
with the other ti
does not occur two
the number of the berth reservedfor
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species. him. On boarding the train, however i
Besides the scale insects, red spiders \ \
0 and going to the berth, he founda '
and rust mites commonly infest young man fast asleep in it. 00444004444000004 0400404040000 I : .00.. t ,
all of these 1' 0 4 e
a citrus trees. Fortunately The that followed i
explanations
a pests may be readily controlled by the 0 WE SELL: + 4 I WE BUY: A iHA
.
ahowed that this young man, who had 4 Y, .
following method of treatment ap- gotten on about twenty miles back, 4 4 + HIDES, r :

INTSTOCK plied particularly for the white fly. had also reserved a berth by tele- 4 GRAIN, 4 0 oOo"" i
4 0 0 FURS i S'
Treatment.-In our experimentalwork ,
graph-and also named Fletcher.
was
\
in Alabama conducted Mr. J. FERTILIZERS, ,i ;
rk by The sleeping car conductor, thinking 4 4 y WOOL, O ','

4 PLANERS ItKSAVtM STEAM FEEDS A. Dew and the writer in the season the reservations were for the' same 4 SHINGLES, 0 0 0 ,

MATCH Kill *' ELF" FEES: HIP of 1912 three insecticides were tested I person, had given, the, berth to the 0 4 0 I
TOWER KIXiKKH!' TRIMMKRS and each gave satisfactory.... results. :I first comer 0 ORANGE BOXES, 4 : AND : 1
PERKINS' SIIlN'JiljK MACHINERY material 0 0
One is a commercial the
I ENGINES, up lo 40 h. SA"'MILLSBOILR8 other two are formulae worked out Upon learning the identity of Sena- 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 4 ALL ;.1,. 'j'
tor Fletcher the
man 0 0
40 b. Light and HeaTT young very 0 0
.po
SAWDUST CONVK1ORS SLAB CANVKVORS by Mr. W. W. Yothers of the United courteously insisted on getting up and 0 VEGETABLE CRATES, 4 000 COUNTRY.. O'

GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS States Bureau of )Entomology.: The allowing the Senator to occupy it. 0 0 0 j
first spraying, applied during the 4 CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE. f
LATH MILLS STAVE< MILLS The latter, however, refused' to disturb -
t 0 e 0 .
.
DISSTON !SAWS I Winter before new growth starts may him and, going into a car ahead, 4044000440000 0,00 00000400000.0.0...
i SAW BITS for all _..... ot ...wsk be sufficient to control these pests for there found a vacant berth. I .

SHAFTING PULLEYS, BOXES the entire season. Where not thor- About two hours afterward the a

BELTING, 4 srjadea-mvdlnm /o beat oughly controlled by the .Winter train ran off the track, and in the We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ;
Vj LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS r spray, apply a second treatment We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. a
the Fletcher
EVERYTHING FOB TIIH smash-up young man Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12. '
1// SAWMILL when adult flies are fewest, during the I was killed in his berth! We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars and
\ Wrhe for latter part of April or first of May prices on fertilizers.

p..lce. and possibly a third spray about the No. 477.-Close in small farm. This t

middle of August, if needed, to keep splendid property lies just Inside cor- ':
the fruit clean. porate limits, on high elevation over- llllltlMinillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll t. ;
looking the city and lake contains
Of the three sprays tested, the most three acres good land, all cleared and
l easily prepared and slightly more eco- under good fence. Small box house. DANCING !

nomical material, for the averageuser This property is well located for sub- I 1
I is that known as "Schnarr's In- division. A money maker for the EVERY TUTJRSlD EVENING AT
party that secures It and subdividesit
ADVERTISING IN THE GAZETTE BRINGS RESULTS secticide," manufactured by Schnarrand into city lot*. FricjteSl.OOO.OO. FIREMEN'S HAT.TJlllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll r,... p

Co., Orlando, Fla., costing about 11. M. Greater' & Co. I I I I I I I I II." 'j, +.S
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1013
PAE 1O. \ ) THE K1SS1MME VALLEY GAZETL ,

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AND SURGEON Phy.ta&n and


r,, :, i NUWAY ,PRESSING[ CLUB ARE: FAKING THE PUBLIC' To the West Citizens Kissimmee PHYSICIAN Bank, Florida Building Phones Surgeon I ..4.


TilE WAY ","NEWS" IS SENT OUT FROM WASHINGTON TO TilE AMD Phones.Office 297 or'64 Office 191 KUslmmM

1 lE!TAIlOR I :SHOP - TIMES-UNION'IS-EXPOSED. Residence, 265. 14-lyr Res. 248 Florida I

I -
pt (Washington( News Letter to Lake City IndeX) - -4.
FINE1'A1LORING
i' NorthwestVIA
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ATTACHMENT.
;. AND REPAIRING dishesJ He. would follow a NOTICE OK RIVERS, M.. D; ..
7 t. ;. Washington.-Of course everybodyin mother's la Cauntr Court Omeroln C"i.aitY. Kloiw 'l".M.
,
J\j: OF .,ALL KINDS I Florida knows who owns the reporter around the block even to. get Ida.-..... II. llaurk .*.. Ow... McCabe.To PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

- -- consideration his name in print in any old sheet, Deton4aIIt. and to
Times.UJ1i n and gives little Owen McCabe, Office over Oaoeola Pharmacy
""l Work Called For and Delivered old Times-Union-is All Persons Interested in the Above
the
dear
to what it says. But it is and the SEMINOLE LIMITEDIv Entitled Cause or Any of the Land -1 1 Residence 63
;' PHONE 61 of idol of. bis heart because it has or. described. PHONES
.c enough to make the blood any Hereinafter 'r r Office 148
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1 FRANK K DUKE;Propne"1' r--. free citizen':.boil:- wTth 'lTidign8tion |-do-to-print all the.eiushFjank. 10'1..A.C.L,10U..m day You-of will_ February tako notice, '1111 a.that ault on was lh. 4th In- -

: Washington sends'in, Lv Klnsimmee, Fte. I 00 Owen McCabe, In .. WINNPHYSICIAN,
IuIIuIIIIuIIIIIIIIL+ r ead the dope sent out from p m tltuted against you, WL. .
Lv Orlando, Fla., 1 88 p mAre the County Court of Oocuola County.FlorIda. ,
.. - praising the work of the "plute" Some more "bull" in the same issue JaikHonvllle: Fla. 640pm In attachment by H. H.llouck .
---- Lv Jacksonville Fla. 9 00 m that writ of attachmentdated ''
representativeswhile the real representatives of the1 railroad-owned p ; and a ,
newspaperwas Waycross.. Ua. 11 10 p m i February 2nd. It 13, was Issued Office -2nd Floor Willson
of the people of Florida a statement by Clark that h.p.I Lv Tlfton 4ia. 1 15 p m by the Clerk of the County Court under BuildingRlUIIIIBNO ; ,/:
mentioned that Arr Albany. Ua.. a I 40 a m seal of said Court. on February : : PlIONl: Mil: KUSIMMBB. .y: :'
I cannot even get would present the postmaster general Arr Amerlcua, la.,, C. of Q. 3 B6 a in I 2nd. IBIS and under and by virtue of OfFIcE: ProMIII 117. i't.oD&
I '
C.W.GRIFFINStaple i interest-owned newspaper no matter all applications for office in his Arr Columbus Ga., I IS a m mild writ of attachment I have levied described ..... "
Arr ilpcllka. Ala.. 7 SO a m upon your equity In tho following ,
i what they may do. district whether he endorsed the applicant A rr nirmliiKham, Ala. 12 05 p ni lots tracts or parcels of land TR. DEWITX T. LIGHTSEY

.1.1 and FancyGROERIES i Flunk Clark and !Steve Sparkman or not. Anybody who' knows 'Arr Fulton Jackson.Ky.Tenn. I.." C. 7 136 46 p p mAr mAr i situate Oncoola lying I and and State beingIn of Florida the, Countyof to-wlt: OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

arc looked, upon in Washington\, asI anything at all knows that an application Cairo. Ill 11 07 l.ot..1 and 4 In Block: 11. belnur aubdl .
I Arr Carbondal 111. 12 13 r.I t \ lulon of certain lands ofVm. Residence Phone 274
I II pretty fair Ktutxl-jmt Joe Cannon unendorsed by some member Sr.. to-wlt.-all fractional, .
: Arr St. LoUIS Mo. 7 20 a mAr A. McCool. Office Phone 98
I brand Republican. In I fact the Re- of the delegation would never reach Onlrulla. Mo. 1 48 a mAr sections 12. 13. 22. 24. 'I'ownshlo'2i. lit.ii H..
Mttttoon. Ill S SO a in Kanite 29 Ii:. and fractional section Room 3 and 4
i I P>ul".1 li i<'U mm_ I tlu-niscKcs) acrcpt them a"of the postmaster general: but would go Arr Champaign, Ill. 4 38 a mAr nil part of section 18. Townslilo 20. S.KuiiK" :State Bank Bld'jf Kiagimmee Pit
the other Kankaket Ill 6 20 a, mAr 30. Ii:. In Osccolll ('ount1.'lor.- .
Ihe/ rhoKfii.) ) Only I dayi into the waste basket at the first official nlat of
tiln.. ','ordlnl( to un -
Chicago! Ill 7 50 a m a<
Free Delivery to all Parts I ; Rrpuliliran l "onJH' 'flu'n i in cpeak- desk of the fifteenth assistant secretary. siibillvlslnn nied Circuit In Court the office of said of IR.I U. D. WIENENGA

)i of;the City: i JIll of these Florida members id that But Clark is a politician and KOI.in riiuoi (sit 'I'U-'II\I 1 Countv thlj Cli-rk on of the the 24th day of Auvust.in. .

t ihc.v, did
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I they/ weirilecteil i anti that they cuitcd some of the applicants into the belief m<*,nt, dtnulitit i ( / room section sleepingcars line-\.11. 4 1 iii'i hercfore. .., rrqulriMl to auni STOCK TREATED FOR rl''

I II the Republicans i nil I I ritfht and couldbe that though unable to secureClark's ntul( fn>t; reclining stool chair ." t I In. tin- Htiiil .action tit,- cm lielnir the i rule the ALL DISEASES
ii la> i In April I, 1H3.! : I mime
I I Ij l .li.pmnled" ) 1 UJHIII to vote with them in I endorsement he was their I II "a. ... l"ut\\4'n Jncksonvlllo and Chlca 7th cIa > uf April. I'.IU. nnil that In lc-- I I'a" I'hnnc 2fi"Niiiht .
1 1<<". nut] .!lirUti: \ titrh' place wlieie tlu'ir vote isIKM'llcil. friend and would to it that ,
liny 1 ) I see t they / tn illnlnu rnr. Parlor car Tampa I Ito ) VU. ,

j J. G. HOWARD i .' got a hearing-; Dear office seeker, if .TneIsion\ IIIC ,I..\\ltniKH> I i'f I-', (In inS ujii )hand. A., H und I till MultI. I it.4t it J.v.. SIMPSON

To m ('ad. t the Tinit'sJnioM and i take '. lark is not for you he is certainly For KltM'pmit cur rpscrfatlons. or any I. II INf.UAM. .

::1 I I its \\onl 1 for it one would he led tobilicM against you and it would be foolish udilltlon.il Information communicatewith 7-'l-!' -SlnrlM-- ( )a.c'.L-- -fiiuiity.---- Flifld.i.MI J l)1CNTIST.Uuuitahrs 1 .

; ; Paper Hanger and Painter : l p that Frank (Clark! was about to base your hopes on any such rot ( i I-:: .II.' .rIIIIION;' I'. In J Katz Building.

___ _n" ail l I 'Florida has up there; that when Senator Fletcher i la looked upon in }\ I 13i\v. Wet 1.'I1T1'O'lP hay St., Jacksonville.A.. Fla In 4 niinO < ....r''. .........1. Ciiuntj Klorlilu. I OKFIUK: houRs : } : .t/:: I '

.-II. II. llouek ... \% .. : /)
f Work Guaranteed anything is done Clark did it. Thefad % n Mr>rr. ::30p. m.:
Washington faithful of .
as a servant .
.T r KIKKIANIX n. 1'. A.. I
A. c. L.. 1"I. si-i "In feiidutit. and 'tu All Telephone No. 7tt JUI35.lyrI
i is t thut Clark 'i.s ::small potatoes 1 the interests and the Republicans j lllllsboro Hotel Tampa.. Fla. J I'llSiiliH" 1 11,1., ni-el-,! III I the ,AI 0\1- Mlltltlid -
t If thinking of having any done .-u I I I I it.i''UK.. or Anuf,, ("he LandIII -
m rid few. in a hill up )ume. I lie cuts 1 are well satisfied with his services I ii I In.ifl', r Iii-Ncrll'i j I j I ) R. W. W. CARSON

: please notify me through the P. 0. 'i .u tidily I no ice at all. 1 lie is merely and thankful ,
4 p duly to the/ people of Von \\ill I I I i taki: nolle. I llml I on t I.-. 4th
IN < I MU I II'I '
(H
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of the most, ordinary sort. d.!" nf. :i. iii 111111'I"I, 13 Hull,, \\aH DENTIST
a |1"1"011 Florida" for contributing to their' aid. I1.lI It II> \. 1"1
J. G. HOWARD si| 11 I 111.I 11 a u.i.1"I MI. \ ou" \\ in' Mi I- 1>,
(D( cassionally he is handed a little I It I I is a pity too for Fletcher hav real "l.\: I-s: III I !Iii < 'olllll\ '"" t of, us' .'.1:' l *..llllt, % {
.11' I III :
r. Ii' .i".1! ( I I IK I IT. : "l\\.l ,l-'i"! Hi.I., 'Ill, .,it.", hill, ", III l.\. II II lllllll.iii'l -| ColeNJeweIryStore:
< > I
t appropriation, and told what a great L ability and is hard woiker. The 1:01.: i oi % IN < n % M 1:111.:
IIItIII-I-I- .
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.iiiiiItI I I I lI I I I I a lli.il, a will i'f all.i, Inn. ,, lIt( il.m.l i (>tllet- !Hours: 8-12 1-6

man he is, merely to keep him satis- tim I was when' Fletcher was uneontrolled i In the Mnllcr ..r .. IVIIIInn c.f .1. \ h-'' I In i milnd.t I 11H.I I ss il.. I as ii. ,il I I In i Ih.I'll .- OUit-e) phone J 168,
'111 .r tin CoiiiiM. , I Iof
Court iiml.
al
Ilium hmnn. \ ilinlnl-l ..r .. i H
+ +++++ + + + ti"dtlth his affiliations with the money and free in his politics, and ."". 4.f ,',,..*|ih llrlnu. riilor mil ii. IOI thr>.'||M l".:*.1.|- said Ciiuil I on I-'. lirnniy I'nil, I'.il.'l." | Residence 28

i ;; interests. had he remained so heould have -I-li l'T \TK i .i-| KKMi\| | | t.. V .1 and illulir,. ,anil l hi>,\, \lllu. of sahl s; rltof ( ;inn luJinmistered for extraction of teeth
a'I.' h -it lull lit 1 have l I. \i 10.<1 upon \ oiiriicinllv I
i' E i I Clark must be given credit however bee-n of great service to the ,country II HltlNCMVV\ "I'' ; Ii eib-i| |!I..:""J (Cnktiown KIMNCJM,; ;: II II I In,, I tinrolloMim I nisrriliid, |Itshtails -
.inI or .1.. of land. ..it -. llnicmi I
CRAYSTONE for one thing he is an artist at and to Florida in particular I lie \\ a. MISS I : ....:SII'NKY:: ; .I. IIIMViiM, ; \ N ,,1I..r I., lug p.iiei,in, lh Cininlof 11111.ilHteiil.tami I ) R. (;S. E. PARKER
lit MISS
iIIt4
tlo'u :II AllY M
throwing the bull" and an articlein unable, however" to resist the temptations IMtlN'UMXX' ; : ..r ,MiMt;: l'all-tIn I -. I :Slali, of l-'loilda. to-n It
lotM i | DENTIST
II und !12 III HI.nil 12. I.I-IIIK nsubd
i the Times-Union of the 15th inst. that to almost irrcsist- I i'hit, ii ml III.; I'/ \HKTII: N IIKINCiM : lIwion, of '
seem ri-ilaln laiulH
I AU THE TEtl :t: : \ \; \\ I II".r l I'lllshurn.. Iii :iht"'titil. Sr of \\ 1It :A i OFFICE OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
was a prize winner. It told how reluctant ibly lure the representatives of the nntt I I Hit r..I1)l >vlnu I Miri'iiv i i "lOtlu-aiil: ,, 10-55 II all fractional H'IloliM --
I 12. 1 ,
t 1'I. 1LM!
Townshln 2fK
I I. c"i .1 w r..1\ < ; ini-: ,'r. f > Office Hours : 8:00
2EMto3iperday.() I Clark was to talk about whathe people away from their cause. It I II I i-iii r.inl. I l-.nl It I Ii \11 w I "r.t. Hurl Italic2l., l 10: toil, fractional Hectl'li, IK II to 12:00: Noon
1111. nil .r
a
0- Special by week or month. XI. I ''It."r"t .. I'" anil Kllmir Hrin t :and .part of "... tioo I'. 'j'"" II..h'.. 1'ti..s t,;. 1 :00( ) to 6:00 P. M.
was doing for his constituents butthat is the popular thing Washington I 1-i: ( I'ill, Mm, ,,, "i'hi' ., ....I- ;:h'tnan'if ire :< l 15 trmno.: !Jo:: I in I i$. i ..I.I C'nintvI'loM.l.i. ,i '

t W. TNURMtK "Prip. R. PORTEK/ Up. :+: i he had been prevailed upon to, to be with the 'big ciowd, that has -il. 1.1"r JiiSKIMI' :< ItltlViiM' ;: :: I 'KSKH HiioldlUK. C" 'an' official nlat.: I I.. A. VANS AflNKW W, .
a .
of .
t !: \ : and. all ,nilnt,' > . sanl Kiil'dU' 'lulon tllnl In Ib- oftli e CBAW. .
r
i In-
;:+++++++++++++++++tl--I-+++++ consent to an interview. Now,, money and socks to rule I the country I 1"f..I..1 l lYtiu pi >riH ...r III" I'l.-lk or the I'lr.-illt C.'illl of TANS AGNEW
sit, 1.1 4 '..UII" on h the LMth I dav-.t r AnKiiKt. \ & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
I wouldn't that rattle jfrand- for its own ,selfish anil. .
t.ltli uf
your purposes.A \nll nrilnri l hi n"Illliil 1. I M'ln.!' un.01] r"nl,1 In 1'lat Hook:
-- -- I I'r that .1 .\ H.\riHM.\N: ..
_. a \.I.l"ilnlBtmti.p 1. on ""K" 41]
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VICIOUS DOG. Mrlnifinan., i ilf uf< t-aMctl.thf' has Knlalf niplt. of"'d .To tn I UH t.ih|| You to Sritheritore.tInsitlil. action, ieiiiire h the rule to itavii appear
SPECIAL TRAIN FOR ciM'UT" l I" pvllllnn Ibis on Offices: :t-. 9.4
W. L. DUZOB desfur an CUlMins Hank
YUN$ ",'d'r .lo ....11!! Ih" folli'wliik April. 1913. the same Citing the 7thdav Bolldlif
I have read several complaints in lanilM h Inc and h..lnll In tho: dcscrlhfd saul (>Rriolii Inert of tif April, 1 151!13.: iiml, that In default Kiasimmee Florid
JinlKiin will I be
the about (*ount Hlat- of Florida. to-wlt enteredSKalnst
VETERANS TO ST. PETE papers dogs: as a nuisance, iou
l
ota nuinhpred Twenty-two'
(22) and
,and wish to add another. One after- Tw.nhsthir(23) of Illork numbered) \\'ltneHs my hand .and seal this 4th 11.] D. GEIGER.
day of February. A l r> I9U.
One Hundred Seventy ( ITO) of '
of last week the Si-ni-
noon a man and .
young I. 11 IN<1I1AM.
Inoli-l lad 1 '
anit I nveMm ( ,
"-nt ''inpHn % a
GRAND ARMY REUNION AT THAT young lady passed my home out Survey of the Town of 8t Cloud. Klor 7-9t Kherin Osceola County. FlotTaa.ISOTICK ATTORNEYATLAWOffice
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Real Estate Ida. as shown I by the ifnrlal Plat of ---
PLACE CALLEI FOR VISIT OF horse-back riding; with them were the i Bld Town flied In the Offlre of OK ATTAfllMKMT.:

j three dogs.: Our young pet cat was ; .the Clerk of the, circuit Court of said. In "".'F 4'ourt, 0.01. "OU.tF. Ylor- State Bank Building
LARGE DELEGATIONA I I County /And State on the 3lit dav. of lils.-ll. II. llourk IB ('. A. !S1orrm. Kiasimmee.
( j peacefully sitting out on the sidewalk I AuitURt. A T> 1909 and recorded In Florida
To C. A. Stowers. defendant and to All
Plat nookn. .
33 and .14, for the '
and one of these dogs belong- purhitiatf \ rna.t'.. s and .distribu I I I'..rsons Interested In the Above Entitled 0 EO. F. PARKER. ,):

RISSIMMEE. FLORIDAS.H.BILLOCK special train was operated from ing to this young man viciously Inn to hi Hold at private. sale Hereinafter Cause Described.You or Any. of the Land

; St. Cloud to St. Petersburg Monday pounced down on the poor cat and pea You r before an hereby h is HONORARI.K cited; to be and('4 I.'rT will taktnotice that on the 4th Attorney-at-Law.

..t' ---,-- - '- morning to convey the delegates to caught it by the back shook it until lit the Ct'CKT HOI'SK IN KISSIM.MKK: CITY. h.1l"lit\| | on or before the Kith I attains I > on, C A Stowers. I In Collections and Corg yancing
the reunion of' the Florida Department its back was injured and one leg da: > "f :MaA I' 1913. to how c..."...'. t th County, 4 '''"ft I of. i IH< i-loa\ ,. .'...11111\,, $

of the G. A. R. which wav held broken. It suffered all night in if tillS' 1)Bald Petition nht'iiltl not Florida. In nl tacbim lit In II I II llou-K. Specialties.
I hi- Ill'll n'',-d 1 as praved it nil' I that a virlt of attachment' da I iHd
at the latter place the, first of theweek. agony, and the marshal came and It In further ordered that this citation February 2nd, lill.'i.: : U.IH iKsiied 1 b\ he I I Broadway.

be published I in the KtSHlmmee/ lerk of the Countv Court. untter H. al' ._
_
killed it. I _
would like to know what \"all.na7.'It.... a of Htild 'ourt. on Fi bruar2nd.' 1H13. -

; There were some :250::! ) people from right any one has to have such a In themild Count\newspapiT for th' publlitbed Hpare of .,of and. 1 at tindr' and by xlrtuo tif p. Id wrti (G F.ATTORNEY. KRIBUS
FI\'. liichnient I have levied uponour.
((6)) W"'kAfrom I the datt- hiTtofYltneHs
: REAL ESTATE St. Cloud including;: the members of vicious brute going: around with him., "-'luItSin the following descilbi-d lots'
\ and
'" my hand official. I seal I tracts 01 pnracela'I uf land, AT
situate I I LAw.KISSIMMEE
the Woman's Relief whowere MRS. dav' FLA.
Corps HELEN PERDEW. this 2nd of April. A. I'. 1913 at 1 lying and beinff In the* County of USCt'o -

INSURANCEExamination in attendance. Among the distinguished '- of Klsulmmee Florida.J. City. Osceola County. State. a and State of. Florida to-wlt: Examination of Titles
h a Special/
.: Lots 7 and 8 In Block 12 b..lna/L sub -
: 1\ ( guests front the St. Cloud L.-OVKRHTRKRT division of certain. lands of \Vm. A. Notification and payment of taxes of

.' ; 1i delegation was Mrs: Geraldino Friable -YONEIGBOH.Y CIvKKK CIRCUIT COUNT McCoo) 2Rri'3t' .wit-aii' : fractional, ."c- non-residenta given careful
Ti'tles Dy JAMES M JOHNSTON I). O. 1$-6tI lIons 22. 14. Townslilo 26. 8. "
of a of San Fransisco national president -- Hancn'.29. K. and fractional .,.< !!Ion' 1 JI_ attention.
of the W. ;: .and part of ",'('Uon lit TowlI"h-.p-2'tI.. a.
It. C., who i is visiting _
\U\ Elt'I'I" ;'II''T l'OIt i-'rIsii RSnlei31)) -I--:. In osceoln Count Flor .
I
Specialty.CorresoondeneSolicited. ;Mrs.! l Isabel 1 Worrell Wall of St. Ill II.IIIM.nNhluitlon. !<-I'I'R'. ida .ict ".,III' : In an ofllilal plat ifiiil i I AT
JOHNSTON:
>>, siii.du, '.' "isioii, in-i, .1 1 p
Cloud'senior vice president of the Then You Will Not Hesitate to Believe .Irener' ". '....rn-nt. ...rn.* fif t h.Se.relsr5 .. . in tin ofiiii "rIh.
orgaimmution. -
I I "I.| .1.t l .I I I II" On I nit t i Conn of xanl I
\\ A TIORNEY.A
U. 1' Mnrchp T-LA W
[ What We Say. I I::. 1111:1.i : (CiilllllN'' I'll III'" :IMIh, i\| *,-r \I1U11HI.I,
"Wo are ronatnntly ri'rolvlnsr letters I'll.i) Mini I.'. ''|101.01 l I ,III, fl.lt hi..1., 1 'I1
,10-11
I
The 5 t. Cloud delegation was joined I from sufferers of rhl'umlltl..m who i 'i.i.''. ilx :"in, 1.. ii ,Iii ....1111..1. ID Ii, .p.i-;, -I 1l Illl CItizens Bank Building

J have used Host Hlood Medicine ill", Iii ii In Hi. ,t'fllf. uf tinSinn, rvlHliiK \l, d. I'h.'d., i ,., <1,1, , 'to I Kissimmee S
Taylor's i
by a large number uf , ''I'I" '
delegatesfrom and his 1\ ii lilt c t'rr. a"i r\ I I"'I'n,1.|: \VaMlittui ) -i'' ,In. Ie. ...\\1,1 aclliiti mi, I iie, lull Florida
t I
In what one said '
Kissimmee I which I considerablywwcllud i I,1 I II C I l > C. n I 1 111 n'-lork A HI tin I in, "' '"I.' I I'M') : I Ih' F-inn' l.i, .in., IT f hi h.
"Your Bent" lllood Medici la tho \ 'll I 1H3!' : r..r tinH,,ill-, or (lonatlt'Mt" .
101\: \ .f ,
I'll.:!
J. W n111OflfltI( ) the total attending I the SI.I \. fluent modic Ine 1 over took. I had, ,, lit', !'ttii.' ,il I :S alt H i.r a "rnt-r Iii ,. ,l.i.f \jnll In.IKIII., nl anil sill' lh.it I I" In il.. "1.1 Ilil'IMf. MASHKY T. riCTON WASM).
rhfiimittlain! for I iintralland o ivi-nler I i tlv I lor.iti-d, 1 .nl. I t Latt- '""''".. for J".f..
and tried \ amiMiillal'li ,., th.
;
yearn '
everything I
I I'
I <"tersing| celebration. from I I.,"ola almost without relief and now fin, a F,.deriil h"IIlln."It,- at I'1.,1:: : . aii.l, f.il I lorulB, K \(. l ,,,nm. Crlmlnsl Court
,
FUNERAL DIRECTORand ,, ,,,, hula Hit
K IHH| iiimt i-hriih 'liii- KillTnlJHt In- . .. .
county. .l.i
I IJ.IVL taken two hotUCH of Dnylorsli.si .1'ppoxlma'l'l", Ifi.fioo fc-t In .I I I' In 11.11 i \ A I I'' I I'H.1 i M I ASSEY & WAKLOWATTORNKYS
lllood JIIellIlne mid am well tihilari., I Ii II I INiiKAM.; :' :
-- -- I an.i and If the I"tr'r '" Is nft.in-, T-'l! I
1 I ,h"lI. always keep a bottle In the I uul.ir. 1 li-i 1 inlnlm'im,' till,), iiKliiti,,, muHt In Sh.llfl I'Hi.ol.i. Ci.llliU, FJ"IoI.. ANI) COUNSKH-OS

LICENSED EMBALMER \V,.. (the undersigned i , agree to close house." nut I. AH lluin 116 feet. .
i Yours truly I "I'pini ;it;ppllallon; I inI. I po..tm".Il'r,; willmippl Mil II i: I'IH l-l 1I1.U''T'U, AT LAW
Opposlla C"urth."s.* our places of business except Satur- > |iii 1 Ih.. 100clI., Otll einrtnient tf I'rsptlro elI the
Ihr
Come to store iiKpi-i t a .1 illi Intfrltir. I'. S. lflnd h Courts of the ItlMtt anti rl
our phone today .
days and Mondays at (Ii i o'clock! i or ua i ill.ii gis: i I hg .partleularH: tin 'to reiiulremintH I IfIhaat (...In''l1l... ....Id., M rrk I tht- IJnil.Statm.! .10. before the Kluritl Btriuul -
m. t
and
ILISSIMMEE. FI.OIH J) 0f p. !fet a bottle, und we will return ' ,a.ul iiiNtructlon for preparation 1-4. 11*i:i.Notice (mmiiuiin.. sod l the Int.nut.urn.....
I from April 1st to Nov. 1st, 191:5.\ : your dollar If you are not atlfl- I I..r.. hlili ;"nd data to i-it.tn.any HaimS Is hereby Kivi-n I that M.I I <>4iiiiimHalonllll

I Waters & Carson (;Irocery (('0.Pann 1 fled I I.V.It I I \ ,; !\Ir.o\ I I" >< >. I I"x"ii. of Allr.t Morlda.' who Jerry on I ('1151 I.HTIIM. HI.IXJ. ORLANDO, FLA.
i I'rlce 51.00 the bottle SecretaryMade .
Mareli l.'l.: I'HI and l !I.'. I' 2d>. 1M3.! made: _
j & Dann. > I u..m..t'.ad Kntllts.; Serial, _
Nos.
I tested and Proved Good C. W. "GrIffin. i|i rmtrant Your. own-< H Tfivlor'B drtiKKlst' Hent recommends llloud Medl-and I II SITh-Il-t. of antI NVV/4.lPll.r.74.' Si for tI..n N''"j 27 nf, N \V'4 Township and((18248 H14 31 ..i\ NDHEJOHNSON

I II. II. Riggan -Ifl.. -,. unit him About It. South. UaiiKe, 34 Kant.,
Freshness as well as'highlKrade: : quality. I : under, Section 32. Chapter fifl'jfi! Meridian, has filed notice of TallahaHSeo: ATTOKNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Laws of Klorlda. Intention
(;. M. showing t hiitmotint
Taylor. .
.,
Call for what you want in Ih,"' I L of, taxes chanced to the Tax Collector. to claim to I the.. land, above described, be- Will Practice in all Courts
niltikitS.
)
1) R. Blenis ( Louis of .. year 1'rriof. to
0. Darring onceola] ('oun')'. Klorlda. to I. eolli.rtt establish
GROCERY. LINE fortI lie Clerk of I the Circuit State and Federal
.
R. S. fl for th ..rr"nt.ar., 1912. and KlHHlminee Court, at
n'
Floyd. I
Ihe pporllonrnent\ of the lamp to theHeveral Klorlda. on, the 16th day Office adjoining ,
2013/ Morri.s .%> c., Birmingham, Ala. .r Apt II. 1U13.Claimant Broadway
J. M. YatesOrdia fun'dfl for which I taxes have Citizens, Bank
,
Branch of I been leviedA "'un -" an witnesses Kisslmmel
Darring Bros. &
Co.
,
Bas( I Charles I'adKett I of A I""nr. Florida-
New Orleans La. pfMirtlonmmt of Count F fiin4t. It I It lillilis.: of AlK'-r. l-'lorlda.
hti-s i-ttue I r II. JKNKIN8 *
It KVIllls.; of Alicer. Florida.V. R. B. WOODU
Want To amount as esseJAmount 18 371 !90> l \ t U.; :McClelland of AVhlltler I
Flor
A new church i.s being erected for FLOIUD.LE'ITUCECEI RY collected n __ 4,883 91] ida. ENKINS
&
WOODHAM
Straw berries and --- _. hENRY: S. J
use of the Methodists at Elkton it is Vegetables llalance hieolleitd] uo. 13.415 99 12-4t CHUBB HcKlstor

estimated that the cost of construction If prices right will buy carlots. ( iencral School Fund- !

1" .. will be $3t: : () )(), and that compo- Ref. 1st Nat) Bk.! Birmingham, Ala. To amount collectedMalance assessedAmount 2 7.289 t 112 47 DC :Xi.llii IM h'iib\M>'11'Klven I': 'that SURVEYORSKissimntee
thi
,I sition stone will be used. City 15k.& Trust Co., New Orleans, La.1213p. I I iMlKiieil. IIH guardian, uf the perHon lindi Florid '
]
: to IiieoIIti'd 18.9113( 39 and, I istat.of f'livine /* Da Sawiicc. .
,
County UoadTo - nil I tiir, will i h I make 'l -
tip It-atlon I to
;" the
I Amount amount eolleited assessed u _ ..22.05! R.r Ilh\'. t'ounty .ludice.' In '
fi.861) Cit "I'rohate
- Sitting on !Saturdav.
April I
12th.' A. l I.. 1 .
1913. ,
at ten
lurk
t. I Mulance to be collected I 5.115 1! 17 or as HOOM thereafter AM. MONEY BROKER -
as said
Gazelle'sDirectory of Produce and CiiutiSiitclai tion be applica
Commission can heard for ,
.r Houses )) To Amount I assessed 7.3R1 I SrI IhorlzInK, an order nu-
New
Amount eollettedMalanec u '"11),1.!) guardian, York Syndicate will Finance I I
1.963
67
/
as Hforesald. to sell ,
or olihrtuito' Hell, llallrcads. W.ter. Flectrlc. Mlnln*. Tim-
- .
tit
to he colle, ted 6.398 38 ed firlvate sale. the following/ describ .."..r. IrrigatIng Bonds. Stock.: e. SlOtI( >
ORANGES Sub School Dlst No 1_ land the property of said minor IIOD.IMI) Rnd up F. Q.THOMACON. I
t: : | Potatoes Onions Cabbage To Amount Assessed 1.699 22 sltiiatH' In said ()MC"Ol. County Florida, Sou. K pr.s.nttlv.. KISSIHMEC.. .
h-.u to-wlt.
f DIBBLE & SON Amount IrLA.J
collected _
i APPLES and all other Fruits and Vegetables wanted in carlots. + 815 68 Lots 4 and (S In Block 20, of the South
We ---- Florida
. --,- have the outlet and facilities to handle shipments Balance) h,. collected 88.1 54 lb.lowe..Hallroad of Company's survey of
your promptly and Sub Hchool IliaC No. 2 Klsslmnife. Osceola Coun
r satisfactorily. Write or Wire To .amount assessed _ 2h4 79 ty. Florida.
Amount collected 13-41 II. II SAVAOK.
: Sprigg FlemingCLEANING C. H. 46 72 ituartilan of ()lIvlne Zella Savaifc.NOTICK LOUIS A. SEARSONPUBUC

JAMES Charleston W. Va. Balance. to 1 be collected _ _ 209 07
Sub School Hist. No, 3- TO < HKI: >ITOIIS!
. Ref: The Packer Bradstreets and Kanawha National Bank. To Amount assessed _" _- 403 30 la Court of the ACCOUNTANT I :
.L C13tlissT CouDfF
I Amoutit, collected 109 03lIal..n. of FforldB Osveola C'onBtT.Judge, fit fit

PRESSING .... to be collected -294; 2i In re ":.'..e off M. l IV. nvrstr.e. AUDITOR I ;'-

: : FRUITS F Huh Hchool Dlst No. 4- u To all creditors Legatee! Distributees .

i. DYEING a.4 VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE Amount To amount collectedHalance assessed_ u _.u_ ,. __ 1.111 46 70 84 and I Demands all person agaInst having said Estate Claim: or Commercial and MllllcJpal ACCouDtla;

I REPAIRING J. W. WRIGHT & CO. You. and each. of you. are hereby :
.
6-i3tPd notified
: Memphis Tenn. to be collected and required to
1.06514 present -
1 ? Sub School I>I..t. No. 6-- claims and demands which you. any or Incorporated Accountant of the *

Le.". word .t my house tod clothes DO YOU WANT QUICK RETURNS? To Amount amount collected assessed_ _' _.__.__. 163 71 either estate of of you.M. N.may Overstreet.have against the International Accountants ,
rill be )1/f'I I and returned u. h 27 11 deceased
C lor late of !
live us your next shipment of Flo rlda Fruits* and Halance. Osceola County Florida, to the Society. Detroit. i
will b,. pleased with the results. Vegetables and you to be collectedJ u. 136' 60 undersigned Hiecutor of said. estate

': Satisfaction Guaranteed I 205 Dock St, WM.Sat: RODE! sfactlon Is our "Motto. Ol U ark OVKUHTREET.Circuit l I Court: 0 within f.Dated two years from the date here-: P. 0. Mi 377 Mill Office: 1 1IISSIHHEE

Philadelphia, Pt. By Uscrola County Florida. I MaiX'h 14th. A. n. 191S FU. AL1EIOALE. UJr j
JAMES M. JOHNSTON D. C. U-4t J. j.. OVEnSTRBHTr. .

Elxecutor.

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APRIL :4, 1913 ,
THE K15SIMJ1EE VALLEY
,GAZETTE
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THE CATCH.OP THE SEASON i

... .. S lylfflyfYlyl $tyl$$ lyl $lrfyl5yf9 IylYfylylyyIi; !YiIi' With an All Star Cast > ;

. !fi'Ii I .1 i .

,i' !IIIi The popular three-act: farce comedy -* 1H.ifl.BREAKER&CO.
,:the "Catch of the Season,", will be

$ given Friday, ApriJ 11, at' the Pastime

!Ii r y1J1 Theater under the auspices of .

!fi the Civic League, the proceeds to be "

> i !fi used for the library fund. The plot

> \ '-" ':;,<>, of the farce tells the romance of anew
!Ii
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:_ -- .. .... -...-", ,- ,', " ", a.fI+--- ';"" ','i.''' #" - rich: Pittsburg bachelor at thehouse Do want
.

C x! EVERY ,day i is, a bargain (Jay. at this f' x cousin 'party with whom given he by has a been widowed in love you .. ,

ever since he was a poor boy. Being

,store. 'O'qr ,stock is complete in x convinced he ought to marry, and being i Orange
an
,
... surrounded by ten beautiful girls, .
\ ;n '
x department. We he proposes to and is,accepted by all
every can Until the widow steps in and releases

x x him from his entanglement. Addedto
supply everything to furnish Grove ?
,; these are an amateur photographerand

one of the young lovers, who for
x the home or'run' xx the sake of seeing his swetheart is

introduced as a missing setvant, who
,
both help to make the fun.
the farm or grove xY1 The part of John Strong is taken ,

by Dr. Simpson and Mrs. J. Di Carr We have some Bargains in

$ takes the part of Mrs. Winthrop. The

$ others are Miss Saunders, Mrs. Clark,

'j{ $ Miss Preblcs, Miss Makmson;'leaving .Groves to Offer
Miss Canning as the only one who refuses -

Osceola Hardware CQmpany xx sals show the excellent great catch.work The and rehear-doubt- '

5 5 less the play will be well presented, Big Money to be made in Citrus /

and it is hoped the proceeds will add
xx xy'1 many volumes to the library. i Fruit business in Florida now.


!!Ii Ii $Yi City Block for Sale. Compare the following properties 4

One eity 'b1ock fronting on Main
y1xxx street, North Kissimmee, which we: and prices with property you
,
!Ii $ are offering} for $600 cash. Fine investment -

o xxxxx !fi xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx fio see and be your own judgeOrange


1 No. 471.-A 20-acre home. This c

I splendid property lies two miles north Grove.Tine A twenty acre tract located on
Dr. Holt at the Baptist church Sun- dition graded and are now preparing from town, is practically level, rich
] day morning will preach on "How to to plant trees along the street dark gray soil with fine chocolate 10-acre grove in full\ bearing, marl road, two miles from depot on r

[ LOCAL OVERFLOW ) Get over_fh.._Rough Places." TheLord's I Several prominent persons have already subsoil; 16; acres cleared and in cul- located three miles from Kissimmee.Good St Cloud road. Property has good {"",
tivation, the remaining four acres 4-room cottage and outbuildngs house and three-acre orange grove in ,
Supper will be administered purchased in this addition and
fenced, covered with a good growthof Splendid well of water, con- bearing. This grove will yield from ;
II, A Hunter, who with his brother, At night a get-together movpment many lots have been sold the last few pine timber with some scatteringoak
1000 to 1200 boxes of each
venient to school and churches rail-
oranges
( iipl I'. F. Hunter, Surveyor General will be discussed. Everybody invit- days ._ ; about 1% acres of nice young
road station within 300 Sufficient land cleared and in
thrifty in bearing, besides a yards of property year.
ed. grove
.if I India, is heavily interested in Lake-
The Hunter Land Company now' number of fine Japanese persimmontrees Will sell for $7,000.00, on very cultivation to increase grove to twelve

lure addition to Kissimmee, relives I Quite a numln-r of from has 81) different varieties of plants some peahes, mulberries, favorable terms. See this property or fifteen acres! and at same time can l
1 "iitfht' for his northern home persons growinlon/ their demonstration farmin blackberries, two kinds of grapes be
yielding any garden truck desired.
Toronto, Canada, and the Calgary and few bananas. The buildings
a I
r Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 I,, .section have made" leierxulion in I, the county This week they received are comfortable, but not of great Orange (Iro>e. If in search of property that will \I
Lakeshore addition for building mien, a large bundle of rare specimens I value, consisting of a box house of I results now, and at all times while I
for wood, $1.25 and $200 1 Ten-acre half in
per bearing
your : grove or-
of trees and foliage plants five large porch, several out- while
rooms
and aside), from the prominent I extending new grove, investi- '
7-tf I II I persons
rand. the
si trees other half
buildings, such as houses, tool ange in young
the grain
through agricultural ] '
departmentat this. This
i gate property is convenient
that have the i
wyuKbtTVin it
; city sheds stables etc. One trees into
and wagon:: just coming bearing, consisting -
I. K Seawell, of Tampa, who repre seems that this addition is destinedto : Washington that were imported deep artesian well and one surface of to town, has marled road on one side (,,
a .i nts the Happ Bros Co, of Macon, I be come the home of many prominent from South America and India. These well This land adjoins the finest oranges, "grapefruit and one end. Price $4,200.ORANGE ,
tangerines. One of the best
. I da; was in the city Thursday, callingon Canadians trees and shrubs were sent down to orange grove in the country, growing very GROVE ,:
the kind of land. All kindsof properties offered in Osceola county.
the retail trade. He thinks Kis- the farm on Capt Johnson's boat on same
encouragingly on this Close to railroad station. Price Twenty-acre orange grove, all under r
II, A Hunter has been early in the week and will be immedi- crops grow
of the best little townsin preparing
immee is one
land and it is the place fora
fence. Railroad
prettiest good
$5,000.00. Terms on part of runs
to build the lake ately planted to learn thei radapt- pur- 01
Florida. a bungalow on frontin home m this section of the country.
chase through grove; station adjoining
Lakeshore addition, but many of ability to Florida soil. There is a fine line of forest trees on price. 4
Earl Lupfer had the misfortune to I' those interested have been persuading the outside of the fence, with a beautiful property; good school and church ''
The Live Oak Democrat contains in of the also Young Grove within mile of All
palm inside yard, consisting of 12 acres quarter property.
a break his collar bone Saturday night him to build a club house instead.It .
. its issue of last wek the following some magnolias, live grapefruit and 3 acres late Valincia crops that can be grown in Floridado
,,- 17* was going to the barn carrying a is Mr. Hunter's idea to erect a oaks and several other varieties of
which will be of local interest: A located well this
oranges, in Kissimmee Park, on place. If desire t
I handle of horse feed when his feet club house for members of the Golf shade trees and ornamental'shrub- you
pretty compliment to her guests, the on the east side of Lake a home in Florida write call "
became entangled in some loose wire I Club, for boating, fishing and hunting bery and flowers.! We waht to introduce Tohopekahas or on US- I\ '.
and he was thrown heavily to the Such an addition to Kissimmeeis Misses Carson and Bryan, was the you to the owner of this land been planted one year, trees in quick, as this property will not be on ;
party given by Miss Five Cents Dex- and let buy direct. You can buyit fine condition
ground, with the result stated. desirable.The you land well drained. This the market long at the price named. .1
very ter at their home in Duval street Sat- at a bargain and on favorable offered
property for $4000$2500cash This property we are offering for a !

friends of Mrs Andrew John- urdau night. The most enjoyable terms of payment. balance in one and two years at short time for $12,000. Will sell M a 'J

son will be pained to learn that she pastime of the evening was an Easter No. 474.-We have two four room 6 per cent. Will increase in value whole or divided into two parts if .

- recently suffered a severe sprain of egg hunt on the lawn, the prizes, Eas- cottages located on nice high lots, very rapidly. desired. "
ter chickens, being won by Mr. E. F. 73Hxl47% feet each; within two ...
an ankle while on a shopping trip in in South Kis- T ,
Daugherty and Miss Elizabeth Carson blocks of paved street, .

'"for finding the greatest number of A HOME OF ? I !
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either of
offer
corner-lot We
by her hostess, Mrs. Reid, but was a can
so hurt that she was unable to get eggs. After the egg hunt numerous these homes at a very low price and If you have never experienced the pleasure of having a winter home ', ,

general good and jolly time was -
the DeSoto Sanitarium in an am '' had entire No. 301-An attractive home in ,better get busy, as the longer you wait the )higher the price yon will have '' ,'t'r' I
the
- bulance. She is now recovering from by many'guests. The Pinedale. This property is just out ":
I' to for choice properties like the
pay following '
lower floor decorated : -
was beautifully side of city limits, on high ground. f
the injury, but is not able to walk
Acre yet without the aid of crutches. with roses and in the center of the House is two-story and contains eight No. 464.-$3600.- New, modern New, modern six-room bungalow, .; '.
TractsI parlor table was a large nest made of rooms, all plastered and hard oil fin-
1 ish, two porches, fine well and large six-room, cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory, hot and cold water, : '
The Lakeshore Addition to Kissim- bid-
Easter hen '
1I moss, containing an ,
I barn. This house is located a five- and cold water, electric lights, beauti- electric lights, tiled bath room, two t
, For Trucking and Fruit Grow. nic-e is fast taking on the appearanceof dies and eggs Easter biddie souvenirs acre tract, with beautiful view of the ful expensive mantels, .new furniture, fire' places. Lot 73x117 feet. Located -
a modern residential section. The were given each of the guests, city and lake. Land is adapted to cit- :
nice
ing. Our land extends from avenue fruits and trucking This rugs. House furnished complete, on Mabbette street, four and one- j
city has graded Clyde to the a palatable salad course was served rus prop- '
V ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from office. One of 1
erty can be had for $3,300 on very post \ ,
gate of the addition and the ownersof and the was one of lighthearted ], -
evening"
limits nearly to Orlando.
city favorable terms. Will\ introduce cus- 147% feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price 3000. ;
Lakeshore have had the extensionof merriment and epicurean delight J
let them deal direct
and
tomer to owner ;
Only $30 per acre ing orange trees. Located in three \
Clyde avenue on through the ad \ I
and a half block of the post office, Nice, new six-room cottage, bath
H. M Breaker & Co. f .
Terms: $2 per acre cash and $2 ", on beautiful Verona street, in the very I and electric lights, two porches, located ;f'J s ,

IIall per acre monthly. -,-/ I best neighborhood Call, and let on fine corner lot 74V&X117 feet ton J, +

TEACHERS: : : OF F'IrORIIDA us show you this beautiful home. Mabbette St. New sidewalks.,; A "> t
WRITE FOR BOOKLET
- Terms on part of purchase if desired.No. nice comfortable home. Price $2400.

Stetson Opens Spring Normal Review CourseMMCCII SHOESof No. 309-Splendid new six-room /*' I j

t 475.-Close in home This is I house, just inside city limits, fine deep 'io. ''I
McKOYLand IMITII 10 :>l '\' :t 'lll.- a nice little house of frverooms and I ,
well, lot contains two acres of ground : t
Send for bulletin A special low rate Is !{Iven. The State text books are bath with modern \ ,
IIHI. ,cl. You run enter at any time- Prepare for a better Kradr Cost U only conveniences, on i|[ good new barn, wagon and buggy ; !
" $4 5U per week or S39,00 for tho nine weeks This Includes table board, room, corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two' sheds, all under good fence. Fine 'v
new '
Unlit and tuition. Send! for picture bulletin i'
.. QUALITY blocks of Broadway. House furnished I location for small truck garden
Addr ss NTKISON UMVKHSITT I>rl. d. Florida. or ,
Company Spirlnl! nitration Is called to Tae I'I".I..rJ' ('ourmr I. Agrleulture, Botany, complete, ready to move in and begin poultry ranch. This is a fine prop- : '
.1 Biology. organic nnd Inorganic' Chemistry, Qualitative and Quantitative analy- housekeeping, without the expenditure osition where you will have the freedom !
nM Mach Building. sis, Air 11<'ull ural Chemistry, Mineralogy/ Utolofry. &c tttt Pre-Mvdlml. C..r._ With the of the
same close
unerring eye country, yet enoughto
l'h>'nioloK}'. HloloKy/ Anatomy, Bacteriology/ Histology, Zoology, Botany, ,3eneralChemistry of additional money above the i'i
enjoy all\ the advantages of the i
Inorganic Chemistry Qualitative and Quantitative Chemistry. ..
u. KISSIMMEE, FLA. 11.MI i.r 11 1..I.--1 I'lano, Pips organ Violin, V lce. HIl'mu,1an id l Cl' ua U'or ItNrhniil for quality used( in the selectionof price which we offer the property for city, such as splendid high school, best
of Floe. Arln-PrawlnlC. Painting In Oil. Water Color &c.18t Price $2,200.00, including furniture markets, churches, etc. Price 1760. 't
our groceries, we have pur- O -
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chased FACTORY a LINEof I KEEP YOUR i EYE ON "PINE CREST." t tI

Ida: Here's the opportunity to buy hom sites in the newest and best located i
IF YOU BOTH LEAN THE SAME WAY Ladies' and Men's Shoes and I sub-division. .+

1 1e Oxfords. in all the latest
PINE CREST is, situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette streeUoverlook- :

SPRING STYLES ing the City and Lake, and is bound to become one of the best resident sub I
.
i c !. Come here and choose the engagement ring We Which we are offering at ex- divisions in Kissimmee. This is where tie birds sing and not where the frogs I ,
Ill
t tremely low prices. croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people '
I II : have an assortment simply unmatchable in beauty,
who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough land a f)'

I : quality and good taste. The price you pay is, of $5.00 quality Pat Oxfords $3.95 to build a real home on at a moderate price. We'expect to sell all these lots
$4.00 quajity Tan Oxfords 3.45
,. ,f1 course, for you to decide, but whatever it may be $2.00 Ladies' Whit Canvas 1.35 this winter. Call early und get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100 per

you can rest assured it buys here the very highest $2.00 Men's Work Shoes 1.25 lot on easy terms of payment.

I ', 0 .
,"i'> it (' jewelry quality and value. We think "she" AND-SO-FORTH LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. -

''I III knows that. 5 Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake ToKcpekaliga.

t Sold and guaranteed by We have nice high lots, near the lake, which we are offering: at prices

1u, that are attractive. See these Iota get our prices and term on them before

g : WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S you decide on a location for a home. ,

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: ST. CLOUD GETS 0 :
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I'' -=, i friends over 'at Taft are preparing Advert.*..... arc laverted npdrr thin brad at th..ra<. of V|.... \\a

: Greater New York Store -- to plant a l large acreage! of Crmtm lcr 'I.l.. For ICach laaertloB. i>!

I G. AlFLORIBH,1 DEPARTMENT land ltrawberriesthillfalLTafUafLJh( and there is always a ,market. ill 11111111III I I IIJ.I I IIIII_ I I I II r--------I '1-I I I I I I II III 1:

Orlando Sentinel. FOR SALE., I
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I W..,JS. STIGG1NS OF ZEPHYR- FOR SALE-$3500 will buy a valua-
Continues to beKissimmee's I1. W. Wassmer of South Lake ble property in the heart of Kissim-

I HILLS IS MADECOMMAND- Weir was here last Saturday and reports mee, now paying about 14 per cent. Mrs..E.E.W.e.Us :

Greatest I iil-THREE BRANCHESELECT. that his and William Schmidt's on the above amount. Enhancing;
twenty acres of watermelons are in in value every day. II. M. Breaker _
& Co. 89tf
t well advanced cbndition and they hope

{ Bargain Store to begin to'//ship /some time between FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein- Real Estate

Jim 1 and (lr>. forced cement fence posts and 2rO!
St,. I'etcrsliurg/ Cot to TampaTim cypress fence posts. A 15 Jarrell, 6

('/< says/ : Many St. Petersburgpeople . About!. twenty cuts of euke.s01 1' At Kissunmce} Drug Co. and Insurance
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., OUR PRICES ARE REMARKABLY ] were honored with high positions >',lull( 'antes have been /shippc/1 from )FOR-SALE-2 h. p International
ill the C Ci. A. H, W. H C and llushiH! so far this season and the Harvester gasoline engine, in good Renting Dwellings, Furnished

LOW AND VALUES EXCEPTIONALLY Ladies of the G. A R. in the elections) I pines are" from thiee dollars to fourtifty. running order. Will sell at a sacrifice Rooms, and Truck Land a apeclaJty '
I if taken at once. Apply at
which closed the first tate encampment The I recent nuns greatl.v' diminishid i.. 37tfI'OIt
office.
G;
Jazette
I of the G A. R.
of truck fionith's
I the amount -- -- ------
GOOD : : : : : : The convention will be held in St, pl.ua. dill tins is /some businessBushtit / SALE< Beggar weed seed 50c .

r II I
lines loin Watson and other varieties of NTEH-prices from owner
of \pril St. Augustine, was the only
Watermelon Seed 60c per. lb., 3:1:! on orange and
f Summer Suits, Straw Hats only other city entered. and there .!Jame- :\. :\llIrh.1I has made a ship) veins of honorable business dealing Wilson & groves Lowry timber tract.
:310
was no light from, her for the. encampment IIM" ',nt of this season's Irish potatoes !? is our foundation for success Dyal UD-

Warm Weather Shirts to a Linn' ill lialtimore and, ha1'1'/ and your guarantee of proper! church Hid, Jacksonville,, Fla. 14.2p

The following is the result of the of 2r treatment lirardeau Seed CV>.,
2
Canvas Shoes "I\.d l retinas f: ,per hamper -
I Montuello Tla 313t. FOR SALE-Dining
: table
election in the G, A. R. : Department 'I'I he* f.omml ion house wiied :Mr. Mai: r. and chair.
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: Summer Dress Goods and commander, VV N' Stiggins of tell I that it would pay $:J!00( a hamper l-OR- - SAIL--1 .rst Class Al Restua- bedsteads, dresser, center table,

I Zepliyrhills, senior vice-commander, 'for' similar potatoes/ fob I;. Se-biistmn' lunl doing' good business. liesl ]location cook stove, t-tc C. II. Strock, 168
t Ladies' and Children's A. C. Shaffer of in town. Reason for sellingmy N. Vernon Avc
Furnishings Lakeland; juniorVICl''ommul1 in c '11 !load; lots, I llsnic ,le I Fall11O"; i i divided time required to look 15-2tpd
<1er, 'Lyman Leighton of
after interests of other -
property FOR
St. Pc-te"i;sburg; chaplain RMor It ha** been LTtntiallv untie! 'I'Memd 1 parties Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- in Northwest SALE-Ten acres ol good land
Kissimmee
t t Anything need can rison, of Archer; medical director Or that' "must I all of the fruit has born nliipptij. ,simm<'o, I Fla. 3tfI East on Vine stree. Suitable, fronting

you W II. Milrath of .Jacksonville hut nmtonits I'ustis: with small' fruits vegetables for
I F(UK ,\ 1.1I"rn"ull;: iKttilv general)
Officers who will be appointed bj lilt'lat..m"lll that l.J'i'i I : :I hov.s winInppiil piiino trucking dairy or chicken farm.

be found here, and we the new department commander are fioni that town on :Mond.iwhich .\ sea : -ell ehtai>; owner It'living sold quickly, will take $760 Oo 11

the usbistand adjutant-general mid the would indicate that -nor'' "d h town \pply|> at the' LlitcMillmeiv: ; which is less than the city asaeaaed;;;'

I ,, bald tin, tin "th' ,'" :Sfon; <' II.:Jtpil valuator,. c, F. Kribbs, Kiaslna-
assistant i quarterma (' -/ppiierialVil:: 1 l had for i net (' to .
I Save You MoneyStewart liam 11. Lynch is the pat clep.u tme' 11t duller a.h">\" pint' ( .Ml, lantn I KipoMat lr t ----- --- -- 4t.t.
\\ ,\\IIH: : 1.rve 1 soft shell turtles on 'FOR RALE-: 100
commander, and S J I. Scriber is the 'i..titun :;\: ; acres or fine muck
j \\'tdnesiiivof< emit \\ .',.k. \\'. li. land., Railroad survey
past adjutant and quart<'l'l11a I"I'-I"n- through thli
I \lahllholl0/ It- ItpilI land and adapted to truck
era 1. The officers acre Installed I son ( Kin :"Ilal-I.all of I'umpui' "i 1 i- 1'ru'< on application farming
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Avenue near Broadway after. their election. MIi\\ 11 V niif ali \,pi nasal i i ,, at ;""t'n I Fait I} S.\ I.E: 10 acres of lund undo r Address box 302, Kissimra real bargain ).-,.

Dele-gales) who will attend the annual ttlle. thisI' Isle. uhrn i hi, i Is 'now put' hog-pioof, fence. :J'fc' : acres under 1 hIx'' 9-ttI.

national encampment' in Illdlan'IlpoliR tvic, 'i : in I'tit' Inmyhrnil i tit 'muni, i ,cultivation .ri.room houso, gout I'.K( I SM J.E,: Ata- bargain

J KISSIMMEE FLORIDA tins fall air' ( 'Miiriiii,,* lirn] ,(,>nSt ,. //I" tit, in" ,th tain-, I top" 'w ill 1 br. (" I 11\ will ."id,, I,,uu, Situated, \ milt. boat "( .adll)'" :iOxSVi 15 in., motor

i(phi us. renti) ,,ltd I I "IlIt"ii.! tin, :,j",>:11 1 ,i in,11'i In in tT'ni,I ,'I n 111- tiiitn' \ rut.\ Imnl- and ''i, null fmniI I I- h ,P 1 cycle< 1 ::1 t eyl;! draft;

latter too being of [\u-\ .t t\. fl II, hill IK'{: i M -ittinr //,1.1', I ii\t, I IlIll'oad: I twee $10000 i; ) ) '11"mispph 'lulplll.nt| : everything engine; full

Ladi>. of lheG..1.; K. Lit 11I r. 't ".. Wilii al.out tilt, V ..nit-- /I' tlnl .\ ' 1 Cox: I n tj. Kissimnift. ', 1 Fla 4.n )part, if desired See new.Saunden Terms
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e t of the (; aunty I r.: tf '.it (Iitn; 'tie office
1. I K. for, the om'"g' year" ale .is follows tf

I : I'lesid""I.11": lieitha witch 1 :--"--1\1.\ ,is tin t lit,,,<, lald: {, an. al",..
ENTIRE STOCK OF I tell of Kissinitne-e; st'MIDI vice-presi iI i- 'ginning' to do K! eat Bung' Thlllh"f f .il.>ws/ there are III Our Town until with full equipment. Milliard Apply table to

j Auction dent, :Miss: Phjllis Kuhn of> St. Peters, It. Pint' Rie:. In > loaners haveuseil M'''i a"k (hem to work on a committee., _J]rank Vans Agnew. |

I hUll; junioi \ it e 'pi'esujetit, ;MisI this season sixteen hunditdbushils 1 1 1'lorida.will, be the sugar Slate of FOR- SAIE At- -- -

. JEWELRY .. I ITho'kmiI'lin I of I Lynnbaten; chaplain.: I of srv.tl potatoes' in plitilingtin the nalion.'e are now working orange and- grapefruit a bargain, fivere .

: Mis: Evelyn' Manchester: of St. Petersburg Itis'i pntuto eiop Already the along!: these linen syrup.tiliously ply to C. H. Estey, Box grove.Ap 407. U-4t--,

IS TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION. SALE COMMENCES I| ; secretaiVli's I.uev1 Whitman I'nit 1ldll'Y fat'nit is have planted I Praiseuncleserved ix nothing but -- --- --- ,- ..
FOR
SALE
this two "alad, of -Four good mules. J. W
nearly
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| of Ki Kimm 'e year satire
y APRIL 5th :: :: : : :: :: fruit Miller ItJ
i \\. R. ('. Officers.Officers :, rus 'h.Tllrpoll/ Spungs The 1 Uv'rulman digs his grave
:C-=-' -- - Leader i
= /. of the W. R C. for the with his tongue rR( SALE-23 foot motor boat, c/-

next year are as follows : President, -- press hull. 3 % II. I'. Fairbanks,
S. E. LESTER -- Morse
Orlando Florida
: ;Mrs Elmina C. Weseotl. of St. Cloud, (C. L. Hobbs/ was exhibiting on the for $75 engine cash fully equipped, firtt-
Oregonian this week.
Mixture.Typographical Will
7y i senior vice-president; :Miss' C'. :MillieLeighton -tioets, today a bunch of six (nets class condition Cost $250, will Mil sell
errors are usually ,
of St. Petersburg; junior r weighing/ five pounds/ grown bj power equipment seperate if d-
}, I Mr"I fnnnj! only when you discover them sired
--- - -- vice-presidenl. :Mrs Rcbekah Turner Sam Leonard this/ winter. for yourself In your own paper. Only '' .Address 1' P. O. Box 573, Kitsjmmee -

t I The mains for the Titusville waterworks Charles W. Mason of Ayer, :Mas-,", i; of Tampa; secretary Mis; Agnes Liv- shows what can be done* ill the way of I occasionally are clipped examples hu lltf...

"" ' laid has been ermore of St. Cloud treasurer, Mrs iriowing'hardy vegetables during the tnorom One believes that FOR)
\ \ [, u ( are being rapidly anr our for the past three days the ; I this from SALE OR EXCHANGE )B
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':/f,1J.; townspeople will soon be able to have guest of Comrade 'W. II Sherman, Dennis of Taft.1 trier months in Calhoun county I the Portland Oregonian of Jan. 30, 1 Is ownerS acres fine truck land wits

; 'water inside their houses and thus Dcleware avenue and Seventeenthstreet. Mrs. Prisk of Zephy hill$ was delegated I These beets.put on the Western market one of the latter sort: "!llr. Jones was I 1 I good 7-room house, plastered, and
'. tl.1' Yi this last seen at:breakfast. in the Hofbrau. out-buildings, within
do away with pumps and expensive, Mr. Mason has at various to attend the national encampment time of the yar will net the limits corporation
of
:"'" ". I windmills, engines. and tanks. Every times visited nearly every part of which will convene in In grower fro four to five hundred dollars drinking a cup of his favorite' broadcloth valuation. Want Kissimmee. 12,000
und black necktie. He alIo'worea ] grove land. Prt-
.,h householder should take the town this state, and Baying he is pleased; dianapolis. The executive board: i is per acre.: Blountstown--ffecord. coffee with cream. He waa dressed .. fer to deal) with principal)!. Ad-

..t water, as it m said to be the third with Florida and its lovely' climat"hut composed of Mrs. Flora Cox of S t. all! usual In a suit.".-Cleveland Plat dregs P. O. Box!: 573, Kissimmee.,

purest water in the state of Florida I feebly l presses his feelingsst Cloud, Mrs, Brisk /ephyrhills, Mrs, > : > : : > < > : < >" > > : Dealer H'OU
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Titusville Advocate. I Cloud 1 rib une. :Miller of Tampa and :\trK."I Deflraw oft I, ---- -Indian runner duck
:. SMILES: I' Box 20: :,.
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|"> > I hills Would That This Were True. .
The W J It. c. wu-- transformed froma > . 4 The MEET - -------
yyyyyy: : : ; : : : principal niithors mot and<1 form me at Kissimmee Drug C6.,
plov isional department te a per Od a union for the sake of publishing, and we will get a drink of the bttt
mane'nt one, dining the J liont a set of roles of soda, water made
---- / convention get chesty over Oui 1'0\\11'1'I i I J writing As a prelim Sltf

-- -- -'- -. Most: flattery I Is found on tOll1h miry. i ray" ifroeii, unit after this no

FINK I I I INVKSTAIKNT\ .\ pool, ,nil'',,', debt! 1>1 alvvavs "makes ait ;, ]It I is pretty hard to underpay. a cityof i hero would lie i>orrnltt, to Rick the tOR RENT.

: ." IIire. fie lal. I ashes from Ms <'I Ic irott1 or iRnr\ !; Also -- -- -- -- - -
-- If 'low' that no heroine hall !hereafter bury loKKI.M) : :Modern Stages
i i DUI n 1 I" 1.1\ wi sec no nun''In her head lumjnei .-
I I" I bt> ,g",1 exaggriuLrr( s in the ", 'j; up \.ith it. li\ 'nightnor In her bands or her lutes :Mrs E E Wells lit( !
day
CUY NOW, SflL THIS SUMMER ", .H Id are I < tunnlluu.s.t ). eyes to the floor The full set of & ,,
uu n ever i know how mantln'd. ptrlctlons will II FOIL ?
br RENT
announced! laterOffended 0 {
I HALE
I i I I Two-atort
i1 AT A LARGE INCREASE v .'. I II lI r.Jte. store building on Brack St., NortiI

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The Typical Scene in Osceola County Sensitive Ear I, UWEL1INfS: ; for rentT opply"to
far-sighted and wise people are buying Real Estate( NOW. \ John 11(
Randolph> 1 ilicr.
We offer as an investment the following list of property to be sold \ : I '! a past master o' .
entnng; 'me'cohe| | --- -
once |It t |III -
an a whole at about two-thirds Its actual value and I -----, recutled[ FOR KENT
on easy terms am''I're'sneo un "I'I'Olll'llt|>[' In -A modern 8-room fltt,
of payment. The improved property included in the list bring a i iI i l hy a snniPir omrnnnt conirriKH with all city conveniences. Applr
on a Blip' In
r rental of $69.00 per month. I I rmnclaJliiii "I pro. to W B Harris, Gazette office tfI
pas. tij tto -
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One nineroomlouse with I errors In d.r"nn""U'. > ," he R'lid, I FOIL<> { HE::N'T| Two| furnished roonuf
bath and electric lights fronting on 'his .
mls'lIlf"atlortP t ,
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lii. ,
Iniilti "' r' light
li 'i '
>: Mabbelle
housekeeping KiO
brick paved street renting for $20.00 per month. This property his (.nn'mwni,, renillne of
history, hat"hirnlnl
street l
-2tpd
easily 250000. I /: op Its I, nil, ("innr\'-"for
Ools sake sir Won't ,',
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Five-room cottage and bath nearly new, modern in every way -asedl'< MISCELLANEOUS.

R # l on large lot, fronting on brick .paved street renting for $10.06 per Solving the
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I ) Yolkles Egg Problem
: month. Would be cheap at ( ( *
ye I,800.0n. I William C Christine' a cnrrlor on WADE) the tuner, Orlando. -

e Five-room collage, on large lot, fronting on brick paved street, one of the rural routes out of Wash LOST'=-'Somewhere between courthouse
h' fias water connection House :. Ingtcn. pats In his spare time and Carson's 8-JMT
renting for $10.00 per month. This ralslnx!; store, one
,I I property if purchased separately would cost $1,250.00. :lIrIlI4r.o; chickens' and he claims to have developed old boy's coat, blue serge. Rewarf
i iFourrm r >jrr a hen that lays volkless' eggs' ': if returned to this office. I1-*

cottage located on large lot, fronting on brick I ChrUtlne nays this hen nan laid half
paved street for a 1or >n eggs of that variety It Is his
4. renting $10.00 per month. Easily worth $900.00. ,
I ambition' to supply' volkless RRR to ';.M---" >> o'C''C''s.

'; Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 per month. Worth I takers and caterers fur use in icing "%'
'' $800.00. cakes :
>+!. f
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One cottage rented to colored r'roved H rmle. ;
.' people, renting for $5.00 per ne t of Com t..
month. Worth $500.00. iwlce during': the nineteenth" cat I I.
: e P wt.." ury the earth plunged directly] throu

"1'1 One-half interest in 144 city lots, each lot easily worth $75.00 the tall of a "OI1l't-'n' 1819 and I f

now, and values are gradually increasing<. in 18C1 Once It was immersed t.1 a
.k .,.. I to f s' I> a depth' of 300000 miles. The } 1IiI;
> Two dose in resident Iota worth $500.00 each. '' Imaginative astronomers YoI. !
I dereeted thought they I I.}
: a peculiar .
Investigate and t A .. glow In tho at- ( iI iIX
you will find that all of the above are good I 4t' ; :nosP' erl..but noth'n mor :

properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell everything I

in the above schedule for the cum of 930000.! The person r I.: .

,,4ii buying: now will reap large profits.We I .. Ft { Oil From Grape Stone. '
fM Drape atones yield an oil similar
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j ht also hare two well Ijcnted huoiness lot on Broadway, In to those of the olive. They are used In I

, very beat part of the business district, which we are offering for Italy In the Manufacture of loap and ,

I ; 525000. ,i. for lubricating and lighting. France ,
. 1.0:; r alone, It Is estimated, could yield from I r

We will be pleased to have you call and ace these properties.j 8000.000 to 10000.000 gallons of this MR. INVESTOR
t .; oil per annum. ,
....". I --S I Watch this space next ,
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,. k j> H. M. BREAIER & COMPANY I It you dont Borrow feel Enthusiasm.enthusiastic I week
get up '
J ) and rub "

s , _,_. .- I I. Florida Induaucn Fruit C-cp .trn, Sea.on Vas% Greatest in State' History; and the I does.the bard Recharge up against your some batteries fellow' and who do '! Mrs. Summer :

arc Tluii Year's C rop Will be Much Larger thing!: first; It wfll itlmulat > aD. P..f.ltI. ,,

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