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 11, 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: VID00589
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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au-a-- VIla.I.t"- *Ct.fcII.l.e* free! Ovoeola .!*..! fcy l*.*..hm* "... SO,' Taos' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA;; FRIDAY, APRIL n, 1913. VOLUME XVI-NUMBER 16.
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The Song ,of "The, Sweet. By ,and By" ,is Beautiful, But'-We-Wantra:- ock-"1Yow-- "" ""Now! "



Way", would pay to our city In the mendatlon to the Council that it believes -

4'. GREAT WHITE WAY r shape-of newly acquired residents ten I I to be for the best interests of PAY FOR'INSPECTING

times what It cost. '' ,.. the city, and at the same time does

FOR BROADWAY We ask the Council to carefully and not incur additional expense, though ROADS AND BRIDCES l
thoroughly consider this matter, and we wish to assure the gentlemen composing ;;

we believe the members will agree w that body that we are not in

with us tfiat the expenditure would bea anywise attempting to dictate their -

WOULD COST BUT VERY LITTLEAND ,,I profitable investment.METHODISTS ,I x a, acts, feeling confident they are per- ALLOWED CO. COMMISSIONERS '
fectly capable of administering the

I I AREPLANNING I I affairs of the city. Our recommendation .

BE'THE MEANS OF MAKING is that the light and water col- IF THE BILL ADOPTED BY.THAT
I BIG TIME lector be clothed with t '
K1SS1MMEE: TilE LEADING police powers, BODY AT ITS MEETING 1'
I to the end that, in going over the
LITTLE CITY IN | ,
MONDAY BECOMES
I I l I 7 city he will be in a position to see 7>

AMERICA. that laws are not violated, especiallythe .A LAW. .I I 0
j IN TilE WAY EXCURSION i ; ::
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sanitary laws. With
only officer
1- AND FISH FRY AT FAMOUS ; ( ; one -'
on duty during the day it is Impossible
Kissimmee during the past three SOUTHPOUT. I The following letter and bill was
II to cover one-tenth of the city
has set the pace for all Florida I read at the meeting of the County
years and of
any our laws could be violated
towns in the way of improvementssuch : I without his knowledge unless Commissioners on Monday, and fa-
The committee that has in charge A some
vorable action taken, the clerk being:
as paving streets, laying sidewalks the building of the new Methodist I : II citizen made complaint, whereas the ordered to forward same to our rep-

building costly houses and church believe in injecting a little of I II I collector would be constantly on the resentatives in the Legislature with

beautifying grounds, and is today con the spice in this life as they pass I into go, and his duties would carry him the request that they urge its pas-
nook
along, and at the meeting held Mon- every and corner.
sidered the most progressive city in I sage: ,
As wes ld before
day night/ decided that an excursion', we believe our

the South. on the lak/ an\ an old-fashioned fish I recommendation to be good, and we Board of County Com miMsioners of

The opportunity is now presentedfor fry with coffee and bread as side lines hope the Council can see its way clear Osceola County, Kissimmee Fla.
ION L. FARRIS '
to adopt it. I
it to take a most advanced step- would be about the thing to bring Dear Sir: At a meeting of the

one that will at once bring it into national fresh smiles to the faces of the aged Speaker of the House of Representatives Board of County Commissioners, of

prominence and be the greatest and renewed laughter from the young NEW DIRECTORY FORTELEPHONE Duval County, held April .4th an
-said lig'cat. to take place at famous Legislature of Florida. the
relating to
amendment compensation -
advertisement that has yet been put I
old Southport.Rev. CO. I of County Commissioners was ,
forth, the cost of which will be but J. I D. Sibert and W. B. Harris approved, and the Clerk of this Board '

a farthing compared to the good that were appointed a committee to make was directed to send printed copies of
FINE PIECE OF WORK
JUST
OFF
our people will derive. all necessary arrangements/ and thesegentlemen the same to the Chairman of each
hard at work perfecting THE PRESS OF THE VAL "'
We allude to the making of Broadway are Board of County Commissioners in y
"Great White Way." the plans. The date for this day Twelve Mills To Be LEY GAZETTE the State of Florida; said amendment

into a of jollifying has not yet been set, but being prepared by Attorney DeVaneof
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We have lIed into this matter to it will\ be pulled off in about two weeks the Hillsborough County Board,
Levied For Public Roads The
Kissimmee
some extent, and believe that the und everyone who attends; will be fed Telephone Co. has and with slight correction by the at- d

cost would be.having. ( ascertained on fish as long as there is an inch of just issued a new directory which is torney of this Board, was approved as't
till\ and too a splendid piece of mechanical work, '
spare space left to on above stated.
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these figures from the superintendentof fully to the standard of work done
less than such fish as are found only in Lake Under Present Valuation Would Give Annually the Sum I up It has been suggested that the Ire
the tlectric light plant) The price decided on by the Valley Gazette.
Tohopekaliga.
Commissioner. in the various Coun-
the territory we of Forty-two Thousand Dollar For The book shows an increase of
$25 a month to light for this whole day's fun, boat ride ties of the State, who approve of the

have in mind. and all, is 75 cents, which is cheap at Road ImprovementsThe phones since the last issue-January passage of this amendment, take the t r
'. 1912-of more than one hundred, or '
to the double the figure. matter with their Representatives
scheme we here -present up
The thirty cent which is
per just about
1 City Council, and ask that they giveit Did we say that Ilev. J. D. Sibert following resolution and bill It is not the policy of the Valle'Gazette the in the Legislature from their County, {
growth our city has made in
Harris would do all the pop
respectful consideration, is that the and W. B. passed the Board of County Commissioners to oppose any plan proposed ulation in that time. and request them to use their influence -

, word "Prosperous" be erected at a work Of making this a fete day, well, 'at their meeting Monday: I that tends to advance the interests of the in assisting to pass the same at
1r be if Jno. M. Lee is not Following names is liven either
it will funny this of the
r session Legislature.
letters at
suitable height and with this city or county unless it has one the of
place business residence
least 6 feet high with proportionatewidth found bossing the job of fish cookingand Whereas: it has come to the knowl- it considers of a better quality to of and those or I Yours very truy, t
there's having phones on party
in the park between Ruby and coffee boiling, for none edge of the Board that the Honorable -I fer instead, and in this instance it lines marked with FRANK BROWN, Clerk. t,
are twq stars. The '
7 Darlington avenues, the word to reach his equal in these parts. H. Clay Stanford, Representative ,(knows of no better scheme to offer, books will be ready for general die i ,

over a space of not less than 120 from Osceola County in the therefore it will advocate this measure tribution in few AN ACT to amend chapter 6240 of
a days I
I, feet. In the park between Darlington A. C. L. R. R. LAYING Legislature of the State of Florida,, as endorsed by the commissioners un the Laws of 1811 of the Laws of "

and Posseil avenues the word will introduce a Bill conferring upon less some one comes forward with a MAJT Florida, being "An Act, to amend ,

,9 I 'Kissimmee" and in the park be- 90 LB. STEEL RAILSON the County Commissioners authorityto more feasible plan, but we earnestly; COLORADO chapter 5695 of the law* of 1907

"0r 0M tween Posseil and Dakin avenues the levy a Special Road Tax not exceeding solicit each and every property holder of the laws of Florida," being an
WILL NEVER
words "Welcomes You," of like character twelve mills, for the follow in the county who desires to do so to FORGET act amending Section :,775 of the

as the. first word described THE DIVISION BETWEEN ing years, namely, 1913, 1914, 1915 express his views on the subject General Statutes of the State of

lights in the letters to be of SANFORD ANI LAKELANDBUY and 1916, it being the idea that onlyso through the columns of, this paper. HIS TREATMENT BY KISSIMMEE I Florida, in relation to the compensation -

four candle power and to be not over SIXTY-FIVE ENGINES. much of said twelve mills as may We are Democratwe believe in I of County Commissioners, : *,.

d one, foot apart. ,be required be levied, and a government by, or and-for the people PEOPLE, WHILE HERE ON Be it Enacted by the Legislature. of

e believe that this would be sufficient Whereas, in the opinion of this'' -- and in this case the people have HARDWARE MEN'S TRIP'' the State of Florida

q We to 'throw a bright light over There are a few people cavorting Board it Is necessary to. give special a' full right to say what kind of t a Section; 1. That section 7'5.of the,

from Ruby to Dakin around on terra firma who take a attention to the improvement of the law, If any, they,want along that line. General Statutes of the State of Flor-r
all of the space The Board of Trade is in receiptof
J but if not then an arch couldbe ,special delight) in knocking every- roads of the County for the next letters the Ida, be and.the same Is'hereby'amend- -,
week
during
avenues many past
thing and everybody, and those of several years, therefore, be it ed to read follows
each crossing, which so as as : ,
placed at LOCAL K. OF P. from gentlemen who were members
a five that character in this section make Resolved by the Board of County Section 775. Compensation of- i
would cost but little morc- Y of the Hardware Dealers' Excursionthat
: the A. C", L. Railway their special Commissioners of Osceola County in : County Commissioners. Each of the ',-
dollars a month-, AIDS SUFFERERS laid here ''few hours
over a
that on c
session assembled, we
llM murk, l hut we believe that even they regular County Commissioners shall be paid C
make a sign three the bill above men- I March 22, and enjoyed the hospitality '
This would will now lx forced to doff their hats hereby approve Five Dollars ($5.00)) per day for each ,
,
t'
sta Prosperous' of : of our people in the shape of an
long reading l for the work it tibned and request the Legislature c
t.hut'orpoI'lIolion
squares to QUICK TO RESPOND TO THE day's service and ten cents per mile J", '
Kissimnu-e Welcomes You, the like :i is doing and the improvements it is the state of Florida to give their auto ride over the city and a banquetof for each mile actually travelled ingoing 4
t be found in any CALL FOR AID TO DISTRESSED oranges, grapefruit and celery, of ,
'1&1'not to such a measure to
of which ( j milking to insure safety and comfort earnest support to and from the court house, ,?t',
United Stat, and become law for BROTHERS. which, the following is a fair example: '
other city in the i for its patrons. the end that it may a I Provided, That. the per diem pay shall ;1
a would attract the attention of every I That company is now laying 90-lh. Oscoola County tft as early a date Boulder, Colo., Apr. 3, 1913. I not exceed $1,500.00 in counties of a Ii+,

person who pussi-d through on the 'Steel< rails from Sanford to Lakeland, as possible.A The local lodge of Knights of Pyth President of the Board of Trade, KiaI fifty thousand population or over; or
trains, which "number goes into the' dozen different on the simmee, Florida. F,
i having u gangs ias on Monday received acknowledgment I $800.00 in counties of forty thousand
thousands each month. I job along the route, and expect to Bill to be Entitled, An Act to of the receipt of $61.50 sent by Dear Sir:-I wish to express to you population or over, and less than j

We have* a {fine (cityone that is i I complete the work in a few weeks. Authorize the County Commissioners the members of that order to aid in the I my hearty appreciation of the enter- fifty thousand population; or $600.00in '
well I from Jacksonville to Sanford of Osceola County to Ley a tainment extended to the hardware .
beautiful. to look upon, that in The track relief of the sufferers from the floods; counties of twenty-five thousand "
with and from Lakeland to Tampa is Special Road Tax for the years I I people on our recent visit to your city.
I paved, well l built, filled prosperous :i now raging in the Mississippi and population or over, and less than
and progressive people-l>nt it: I already laid with 90lb. rails, and 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916, and Providing I Ohio Valleys. | The generous hospitality and entertainment forty thousand population; or $400.00in

st requires the constant expenditure. of F I when this present work is completed : for the Assessment and Collection As usual with the acts in our fra I I extended by your citizens counties of fifteen thousand population !i,

money and work to keep it up to its ''I the entire line will he the equal of any thereofBe ternal orders, the Knights did not is worthy of especial commendationand or over, and less than twenty- ',.,

IdM high I standard of excellence. We in the (-.ountry.I it enacted by the Legislature of wait a moment to answer the call, but made a great impression on the five thousand population; or $200.00 I""r I

can not afford to stand still or slip The A. C. L. has< also purchased the State of Florida: a8',soon as the news flashed throughout writer as well as the balance of the in counties of less than fifteen thousand ;{t'. 1

rbI one cog in a backward motion; we I I sixty-fi\e copperhead engines, all\ of Section 1. The County Commissioners the land that disaster had befal people! in our party. population; Provided, further ....f.;, !

I must !go forward invent new ideas, the latest type, to further bring that i of Osceola County be and theyare len the people of sister states their "- I tryst\ it may be my privilege to That the per diem herein provided ;, i i'

put on new 'lotl1< .s und lead the grand line up to a position in rank of first- hereby authorized to levy for money was sent speeding on its way, again visit your city at some time in shall\ apply to services rendered for j t

dance in which all.\ Florida towns are class American railroads, and theseengines each of the years 1913, 1914, 1915 and was sufficient in amount to re I the near future. Inspection of public roads or bridges '. t

participating, will be put into service as and 1916 a special tax, including such lieve the hunger of many unfortunates Yours truly, t-
delivered to the company. I F. C. MOYS.t (Continued on page 6)) ; j
"White soon as authorized .
be by
Broadway converted into a | tax as may gen-
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adrJe I . . _ . y . .or-- eral law, not to each exceed twelve the mills real I Q _..vC...'rfG-:.}i...{.-.-AO- .4 ai0.. .n..4frSri."...+......... .........".....".'..4d'b44044600. . ....... ........... ... '
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and personal property of the County, : 1

County to be used Commissioners and appropriated exclusively by such fore SPECIAL SESSION List of Committees AppointedBy 1


purpose of constructing: working, President of City CouncilFROM
of
Meeting roads in
Regular repairing or maintaining ELECTS CITY ATTORNEYS BUT I
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the Board of Trade DEFERS THE APPOINTMENTOF I ,
I. wise. I APRIL 1st 1913 TO APRIL tat, 1914.
Section 2. Such special tax shall LIGHT AND WATER k

''be assessed and collected in the same COLLECTOR. I EDUCATION LIGHT & WATER

meeting of the manner as other taxes for such L. Iff COHOON, Chairman T. M. RIVERS, Chairman l
semi-monthly '
\ .. The regular years. I A. S. GILBERT G. H. PRATHER
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Board of Trade will be held Monday night in the i I Ii Section 3. This act shall take effect The City Council met in adjourned I G. H. PRATHER. A. S. GILBERT

I immediately upon becoming a session Friday night, at which little Y'I
BUILDING CEMETERY
that I I
at 7:30 o'clock. Matters business of importance was transacted
council chamber i law. I T. M. RIVERS, Chairman/ A. S. GILBERT, Chairman h ,
of i I aside from the election of city attorneys :
attention of every citizen A. S. GILBERT L. H. COHOON
the
should engage :( I This is a measure that claims the for the ensuing yearthefirm :t .
L. II. COHOON. T. M. RIVERS
will be discussed, and it is hoped that I interest and attention fcf every prop- of Vana Agnew & Crawford be- ;

Kiwimmee erty holder in Osceola county, and is ing elected to that position. FINANCE RULES & ORDINANCES r

every member will be present, a, definite action ene of such grave importance: that 'it At a previous ,meting Clerk J. B. L. H. COHOON, Chairman L. H. COyOON) Chairman, )

of public moment.B. should be given the widest publicity. Gilbert tendered his resignation as A. S. GILBERT A. S. FEATHERs
will be taken on questions There is not a person in this county light and water collector, and three G. H. PRATHER G. H.

C. MILLER, but who'recognizes the necessity ofa gentlemen-W. G. Hankins, Verner STREET SANITARY k.,

President. complete system of good roads if Ellis and E. A- Gilbert-made appli- G. H. PRATHER, Chairman T. M. RIVERS, Chairman '

we would continue to growand pros- cation for the position, but action was a: T. M. RIVERS G. H. PRATHER }

C. F. JOHNSON, .. per in keeping with our many advan- : deferred'untJ ,-the.regular meeting in L. H! COHOON A. S. GILBERT '

Secretary. tages and opportunities, but up to May. I "11/u ,?, ,
this action of the commissioners there : In connection with the appointmentof VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD J. R. GILBERT, 14..

has been no definite and decided at- a water and light collector, the City Attorney. ./City',, : Clerk. < 1;
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PAGE 2. .- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, ,

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| dependent lines of refrigerator can. I with, new fruit, uptne of which are aa LIVESTOCK SCHOOL '

11't SUMMARY OF i i A graded inheritance tax law. : PROGRESS AND large aa walnuts now Bronchitis ,.

i' Provision for care .of; OIu8t.ese.morv- 1 .... L Woodham and sister will] leave fOR CORN CLUB BOYS

: RECOMMENDATIONSMADE I i ument. n '- STABLE PROSPERITY I the latter part of this month for England \

1, .; | Provision for proper care of the i- for a atay of four months with i or Asthma ,

li l j i I Confederate Soldier's home I their parents. BEGINNING DECEMBER n, 1913

.L BY GOV.. TRAMMELL Gotifexlei; Liberal ate pension soldier provision. for the MAKING MARCOOSSEE FAMOUS S' CORRESPONDENT{ AND ENDING I DECEMBER 1913. Birch Mountain Herb.Tea

for Gov- ENTERTAINMENT TWENTIETH. ..
Provision employment by
EquaL Nothing
i Has no
with i
error of special agents same authority -

THE MESSAGE DEMONSTRATES as sheriffs, ; lir.NDKKDS: OF ACHES BEING i'' ON GRAND SCALE i The College of Agriculture( of the Just as Good,

THAT OUR CHIEF EXECITT1VK Authority to employ county dee { .I I
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Florida )
CLEARED: ; i FOR PLANTING CiT' University of wjj) offer a
IS A MAN OJ" TilE tecli\eH when needed ---- special course in'I"cld Crops and LiveStock Belief than any read -made medi. 1-'

J. I PEOPLE. A \providing for circulating reports iirs (;ROVES: \M:' MANY IS I'LA.VNKD( FOR MEETING" ; : OF) of one week for the Corn Clubboys cines., It is purer and guaranteed .

of State departments I prior to HOI/ :sios IUIM: IHMI.T.Mr (cnitus i\riiANfiic: 11PEOI'LB \' who win scholarships in the more effective than anything i
i\\ .
';\ -- convening of Ixgislaturc1'iovision 't : ; OF TAMPA: ('ountconte..t". known to the medical profession.

i/ Tallahassee, Kla.-The message for legislative committee The assembly. room, class rooms Made at home in five' minutes-

which was submitted to the I.cgisla session to inspect of publicinstitutions the .Legislature prior to : J. II. Hicks and family left to On) April 17th, the Florida 1 ( 'itiusI ltd, laboratories pf Agricultural Hall even by a child. Purely vegetableand

ture upon its convening 1'uesdayJhe lay ((7lh ) for their home ill Amelia,. \\.11 be thrown open and the facilities contains no alcohol, narcoticsor :
will offer special entcitainmint -
I: l a
A law providing for a uniform S>'Ktem xehangc- as
8th inst., by lion. Park Trammell. of jiuhlic- accounts I.? having spent the winter at the' to the nu-inbcis two f the (College/ of Agriculture will be poison. If you are a sufferer

Governor of the Slat", contained main A eel ptiremcIIt" that officers hand Kiinnjmc'dehotel. 'I'he-v ale" returning moving pietiiic-s made in I Flo1'lela! Ibis available for the special schopl The .... form Asthma,

interesting and important iieommeiiclatioiiK funds home in thin touting car. and will bean innovation that will be institution, will In- specially suited to Bronchitis or in

t, some of wh..h0.. te' upon the. 'lini'promptly> public pay I nameoer j going via Davtona and St. AugustineMi much appreciated. especially] as the these boysAikansas. tact any throat,

.: following subjects: Th I pohihitmn ol combinations by : r. C. i E.: Buckley of Brooksville,, pictures, will show nothing but FlorIda and Oklahoma: nave held lung, stomach

A law reclining tIu intetest; should insurance' ; compinics m making iate-H. I lad]? with two assistants has been scenery that ,is, a delight! to the several schools for Corn" Club bosHtid \kidney or blad-
der trouble ...
be paid to the counties upon. di posits .\ law u'iciuiimg| insuiaiieecom. he.tefoi' two weeks getting' the location eve, and! much of it will no doubt beicachl J all have been highly commendedKvpendmg yourself get ,

of county funds panics I I ,, to invest a reasonable pelient4ge "leady fur the new saw mill' fob )' tecogm/ed' l hy those who attend money tom training boy nnletter of Birch Mountain a can

The reduction of the legal I lateof of i icse-i\e- funds in Florida: sec NaieoosseeI'ltim and 'lownsitio.,, "Th I "itius Indiistiv of l l"le>r- I farming seems most wise and t Herb Tea-

interest from 10 to H per c<'nt., by contract 'ui,lit ie5. which is expected to ainvi' this week! icia"t ill the title of one' of the fsu tul/-. .'M.ry county will want to devote pa' it l at and if

y and fixing the legal I tatcat start t to
per cent. citil and e miinal the company) and will lie located in
I II, A law providing a fund to. guaian! '1 111 abolishment, of the ruleof the new town of :Naieoossee: and used parking" and drolly ends at the :Ne-w (bovs' It i is expected that from three. taking it regularly, you will beginto

tee deposits in banks unanimous jury \eidiets '!tin getting out building material York vv ate.housevvhete the- flint is to live' ((01 more ) scholarships will bc! feel as if life was worth living

. A constitutional. amc-ndinc abolmhmg I l'io\ision, for thee stablishnie-nt of :airs' :\1. J. Johnson is building, a being handled foi dist!, iliution l to the. offend 11) each cuunty. The coming\ and in a very short time you will

ntal fainis the Hver; the. eeillsuniel of from counties, see a wonderful change in your
"\pei nni/ in six her ten consumes( ? | )leplcscllting together boys many
the office "f''flunty leruvarerIt "loom bungalow on ar1tract
'p, glade '. fhlce,, IIltI"W: yo'h, ellil of theStall' will be of immense belie condition. It just as effective in
Tho repeal, of the- law Stilelands iicc-ntlv' purchased from the..
giving: lie. and of laws shown ptcticelyauI ( ( of severe cases of Catarrh La Grippe
: \ ision strengthening dun an eating M ( lit of itself Vi"itinthf'/ ollege ,
to railroadsA 'OIlII"IIIY.: lli\ing sold. her i glove to Colds
( elating to c'en!'poi'ationsI I orange. a iriapcfiint. and a lemon .\j!' HUItUI(' :and: the )I.\pctiment:; Stalion Whooping Cough Coughsand
Ml'. .1.I (;. Snyder I of ( Illllleolhe'. whoMill
change in the "convict I 1.- stern \ 's' ,I I AlIth"I'i// appeal I to State upon In ,numb 't 'ion with tin pic' tin i' men :alum' will h. worth, the flip and Night-Sweats. Our guaranteegoes

bv gtaduallv vv ,ithcliaw, tog' State. oust itut 'icmal <|uc.stions in criminal elect a h mil-omnc new house on tunned, 'alone, tin, wcntliv iutnaiZcr' i of I : i- tuning i in touch wth, many dilTi i with every can and if it does

prisoners from. the piesent t Vase, "'y,. I'aSCSKc the picipctl\" t.. I h. ors, upie-d h\ hlfanuly'dunug tin 1 E:\I' hall: !!" has" atiantreel' lot. a 'II 1 inst" i in ten, s. im lulling mi'n 'ItomI not benefit you, your druggist will

tern and providing fur them to I he. I CJCIMC'nu'nt that railroads;' shall the uintei monthsli |lilt'' Iiiim' Ihat "is 1"'al1\' one. oft the lie.st I (' I mini' Stat1I'l'a') i Inn'nt oi\(\ refund you your money.

worked on. public! toads. and also t the. ptoNidc, ope-nmgs for drainage inals \ (O, 1 L:. :\11'1",1,0), )iceenth, toot IMI"r i.inn: into the. Stat;. fur ill \giteiiltiiK. will add,\ sull foil, or to BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO.,

c-htalilishin-nt, i>..f a prison f"IIII Action looking to federal" control moved lie.ie. (tent Batavia. Ohio, I-I II le.tc.-t 1 and (InlTTs--It lit. I beou i eighth, I tin. In i I'di, :and pi'.i-ure- to In d... Buffalo, N. Y., U.S.A.
A law to limit campaign expenditures ,. I milling 'X.'OOIll' hoii. "c. in Ihc 'new "
of I Ea"t: (oast canal a iiiincd : "TIlt'I \\ /Hlei of tlu luneli! i 11\.1.

and to ptohibit corrupt' practices, Bequest] of federal goveinnuiit to town ; Mi I ,r. II. I E lie.duck 1 of St. ( 'loud. a'' d 1 i is :in animal, \ pie.tine' pal Mil, .\ i',latige tin nts hive: been made., :-.1'1: I 1\ Ki'''"11111'''' I Drug ('o. Kissim-

'1 he ratlin.ation of the. constitutional I Ili/ for is I Ili,' contiactoiMi '. andt nner., I' .. Ida]
bate. I .
lit (> diainagecanals tianspoi I.yuo.' hymns : \ .ii/e I tliii'irh tin n"I'I.\t'r of ( ;iiincsvilhfi __ ___.__
H'I
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for the dnccteleetion
amendment pioviding lat iOIl waterways across the State : 11. II. Hull the ..iwiiull man 1. i.huildlng is, run lIot I III: Ili-, plilnie" ; the lucalr Isnppeisiel .i tl t I I.I \boy i to I 10. i. lied. for during

1 of U. S. Sc'natoi; s. A snarl)* anil-trust. law a l'lo.tol'y heni-e nod" I will in be/ laid 'IN ,\lin.i. buts I tin \\iik of t tin s, |haul III tin bonus. I 1'1"" 111 I .unii"- to Kissimmcc ugumiveiniii

A law aut hcu'i/ing' an additional! inspeelor '' Allow 'ollnty tutu otnniisMone" to isI move" his. family beic from lake. H'uta iiljihiit :Fpln|" ''' rs :anil I londi.' liiini, .h nl l.1" tin."nbi.i s if (Ihr vaiious I 'tu pll.u" i I Iim I. \ should,, let him have

fur rural schools. I I sue' time \saiiants for ('IJ'I"lIt' c\- Mieiii as trail fII- o..ul'all'' i il iM,! I lhr I, ." .elh,. I .\11'1":in' " ni"i\ I hue his Thc| |i "ors, "'ui \.' list' foii i I., fnt ill dodo III...
,
A law extending' theugi'ic'ultui a), . ,, . \.11-) III i i I-iN riui: II1. >Khii ;\\
pct i M' sAn :"lid I I t.lit ;lllll'K It'III.I'd II. tonI. i .1'i h I h.iv. .after i :all 1\ IIILT' in' ( i inn s :; ;
mechanical and domestic. science. ", I JI l Ulls 1 1011": I .I :lie" sluppllll.: th.), 'n. .
.
i I I im: lmii, s liabiit\, ), ail moleI'pJitablc I .11.1.111' : .1..1, I.. II.iv Ila. ub" |I""I ,11l \ II'', will I I.1 ;silo| f(11' tin \\.h.
in the ,uliln' schools 1 eleventh '. of f ,., flint, fieini hen, '
training i c u e tlll' ,
calls
\\ noun
to niplov rs. ,ally. -1"1\1"/' l I 'I II"" i ''11' t 1,1'I n ol 1 I'I I"'nd.t I l film' I 1\ hint l> in\ '\ i'ibid a young upon a
A that the town tins v\eck..ind will hair "'\ ,: molt, ,.
nuasuiepioviding St ringthcning: and! malting mc Ic if III'! gib ::1.: t 1'I I I |1.l I t I'u"I i l I' to I II III uih .1 'ilindid, nppcllienll't ,, oflitid yon\ r nun..m: the clay heis sup

and country schools its far as main fw9r\r I tin. ( 'luld I. iboi' 1 Law 'aI' "f late ola"h'h they hats, 'nlloy i I t III"I ;'I'i? "rain l I::1.I II..li. I t tilt. them .bcfciie. . am! wr ptidiitt po I i(II I tn spi.ml sunn thing more than

tamed front, the general school fund, | I'ovi, ,,,", alii hoi, ,l/ing the- appoint ]1'"IIa.d' : I'l'onl i Ih1 1 mi me'1011 gruwct i iin I IIII,, ii:'. i pals '"III I n f h i '.a i"\ loo. fin, t li,.it out I bay. will, tusk all the hard.iIn ()In t1"mif, '
shall be of equal length the uramly. TI".y I "XI".t I to h i mile
[ merit, of a I Labor. CommissionIhc 11.1: wattrr1Ii win these scholarships to be otfe l leil -
A law milking ladies eligible for submission; of. a const it ut coal) all flint, and vegetables that ale for 'I ,. |l'I u ten. an, a (""..h..l..f t in the. county contests hat is the flilTe-rcnro between.ut

Kub-Hchool district trustees I I amc.'ndnic.nt providing for the II1.t tia sale in this locality' thiicbv 1"0\.1 l Mm/ "lil.: l "l'la j ,i" l I'onav: ''ta'a, te"si'I- I lb he ic ,111 also time stall ; 's honest, farmer and a IhelfT
A law providing for circulating libraries ing a niaikct, (01( rccIyluug'! I laisi, .1 I Ihe prier.of
,. live and 1 Uefc-ic'nclum, and! a sepai.itoust J : 01.1 I nf Iliinda, :and t the "''I..t..1' of :$:ilMK). $.:00(1( and t2u:! OO in cashotrcteel r II

for public schools I I <' itutinn.il amendment' piovuling 'ic in all\' quuttitics.In the \\'d'l lie..t I,'ihn" (t'O/llpallY. who.. bv II. G.; Hastings and Cu.

t 1law providing for haleof State for the item:. ( > nut,t rudulml, nf (n" global I In ,pirnIiii, / ',. I Ibis Pletll"'. i is also a tesi. .ecdnirn. Atlanta, (da; Tot 1 State T2L )
school lands installments
on Thc I'IIlili'ation of the. Federal incomi lief that rhubarb anent beI I':use, 'd inI eli lit nl lampa The 1 pietute-s will beshow champion boy will, reei'ive- free trip -

I A measure authorising county agricultural I tax constitutional amendment; I In]'lil.l, the c'spe' } t'lItul Helens eil n Ili. t the numbcis" of the' lxhang.old Washington, I II. iX': (

; and horticultural agents I I A law neiuiiing observance of the :Naucoo..cr' I Fa'l11: mil lowiisitc' c : all attendants at the' ('on. (; ;i!

A measure providing for t the extending ,, Mot hit's Day) in the public schools. ('u.i at 'Kiinnv me'eic-/ haul uncle the ntniii.it: Tampa Hay ('asmo' Tamjia gmtiW'0M.IN .
of the of the work ofFarmer's .JOL f.'): JyX21
scope :MOMlibnal provision for eiieulating able. miniigcmcnt of J. M 1. Ilasstll, .isfuimihiiig I FI"'lda.' uncle the auspices of theoild : : :NO BKIIH IIIAN: :M.\:NI

; Institutes, tillable information relative to /: (the. hotel I gue-sl- with \\' 's Best I 1'11111 ('ompuny" on (the The I above article in last weeks t...:. -- '-:;:'

Provision for prizes for boys and 1 lot'idu's advantages I ihubatb pie s, that ate ti unsuipiisedMl night of April 7th issueof the Valley (Gazette; by Ite\ '\ .1' t.,, :.......,'_-
girls to them agricultu- .
encourage in '"
Authority for cities and towns to -
t cal activities. : J. I H. House and family, accomjiann : ' J. B. (ulpepper, was the most bitter .
wharfs and docks ( ntt i ii conn JI'HOJtS .,., '-' .
State aid to stamp out pests which!: acquire for and 'd li\, :Mis, I F. II. !Hum{ s, of ('!meinnati 'I and unealledfor attack on "woman- ...'":".,. .
Authority cities towns to
left :Satutdav in Mr, Housei'h liood" I ever heard or read; it would
I become a pUblic menace. their charters. 'I Will Serve al Term of
change own Spring (the
t I if he
Legislation to encourage boys and cat for a trip' down the East Coast. seem as had forgotten the 1
{ ( '
the that
Warning o Legislature
girls clubs in connection with far be from the not i Mr. ]louse1 r is a recent arrival from Circuit Court. mot.herho gave him )birth. One till. the soil and the other
can paid I
mer's demonstration work. money treasury | Ohio, and has built a home in the new C. W. Campbelle, Roma Thomas; While much was true, I am willingto 1 wits the till!
except upon appropriations made by i of Narcoossee Walter Lorenz G. A. Gilbert J. admit yet he was unfair in I
'Provision for the eradication of the town Q. ; many II
the and all
tick. Legislature, that measures | Bass, John C. Barber, J. II. Tumblin, .instances, and in other absolutely un I II
cow carrying appropriations should be Clearing has started on a number of j We Dislike To
j Provision for study of rural cooperative C. H: Bronson, R. II Alderman, F. C.Bryan true. I
most carefully scrutinized ill older farms sold by the compan and more '
credits. C. I". Outlaw, Clc\e Outlaw, I IIt. I can prove, woman is higher and '
I that the tax burdens upon the people will beelcaied us fast as men and I Mention the farmer,
J A law to encourage the owning of Diekerson J. II. Hall, .1. S. Unck-r- ''purer than man, inasmuch God; used
ma) not be unnecessarily hea\v fcatns cant\ > secured to do theo..k.. I
homes by exempting from taxation I In hill, R. Camplielle, August Voss, woman not man to redeem man-kind with\ such u disreput-
addition to the foregoing Governor ; '
$500.00 of a homestead when actu- I he ttiwc'ckly excursions by boat (hailes (ampbelle, Ed Whale-y S. LHatton 'i Man took no part in the plan of nble character but
liammels] discusse-d, ,
., ally used and occupied by the owner message ft non St: (loud to Natcoossec- i Kull) Hast, S. H Aultman J.W. salvation except) the man Jesus, born

1 A law providing for an annual 1 many other questions and made a. charge of ( '. E. Cllrl.n. of St loud, :Miller 1.I 'I 1'. I Drawd.S) I I.. upfe-r) of a woman. While, it is a sad fact the farmer shines in
number of othei
"
graded corporation tax. :I I iiiipoilant iccommendations air crowded every trip, and evcryhod H C.! l/l1I\'is. Will Knight, Doyle I woman first disobeyed God's; command comparison !

)' see-ms clc-lightx-d with the I Hc-aindon A. M. James 0'110.1'- : in the Garden of Eden at lastI
A law looking to the umfoimit, ) of - ___ _h__ countrya Story, i We want all farmers
taxation. ,- a "'\' as the tup The 1 boats land rv. Barney Bass, ('. W. Milliard, N. I i woman's seed bruised the si i perils
not.s)(; IN: i POST Provisions for discontinuing the. I lit the Runnmedi hotel, and the excursionists I| C. Kaulerson, I. II. Ingram, .1.I Ri head I and deemed the world' to know thttt we want
1?diloi, .
Gazette(; Is there
levy of a direct State tax, and : no rule are handled frpm there'byautomobIlcs. i I Smith R T. Hutler.I :Mr. ulpeppe-r'' Si.t'H'H"n, allow
i providing I hwhich the. towel of clogs that their Choice Fat Stock.
for support of the State guy-i; infest l ,! I i their sex to put up "houses of debaucher -

ernment by license and other 'I"ial// our' postofhce may be kept away'If :Mr. and Mis, C. K De-nig of the i I When' in an outo accident you havelanged I Do) women make. the JItW' ? Do Hides and Tallow, for
people want dogs to associate with
taxes Runnmedchotel were visitors toI I out your right eye knocked .' worm hand out the license> I How which we the market -
(they ciilainh' have 'no light to impose all the skin off pay
your nose, cut I ajisurd
Authorizing the Governor to reduic- Kiss:mmee Tu."day.E. your

tax millage when conditions justify not want their to pusence"IKmixed, on people with who do K: Livermore, who has been laid chin up like a waffle griddle, and I] Give; woman the 'allot and Ihc-te- ptice iti cash.
the
up have only one ear left hanging .
same. by aslender will be a evolution In the lawmaking
htulc-s up for several weks with a severe attack .
A law lelieving farm products I U. S. of lumbago i is slowly improving thread, it doenn't. I soothe your to the. tterment of tin world )Home( SAM STORY

when sold by the producer from all feelings any to have your wife say, is the iii actfor woman, generally
Indications!
forms of license tax All the world's a stage and there point to a big crop ofcitrus as you enter the house, "Mercy, John speaking) yet voting d't hinderthe I'JWI'HI) Il ETOR
area fruit for
Provision this locality this fall you have I been trying( to shave your- home' being her ,
for license
tax ins spheie,
nccessarilv RULL
upon good many stage frights :Most\ of the trees are already loaded self aj.ain." BASS MARKET
I of the
am opinion if Mr. Cul-
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FRIDAY APRIL 1913 "
KISSllHMEE
THE
VALLEY GAZETTE
\ (IPAGE3 .

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t tlon of 'adulterated\\,or' misbranded or : I- -
, FLORIDA FIRST IN' -
poisonous or deleterious foods drugs, FREE SEED READY : .

medicines liquors and for regulat Cough ColdSoreThroat A FEW CHOICE ORANGE, GROVES FOR SALE "'

'. PURE FOOD MATTERSHEADSy ing traffic" : therein, and for other pur TO GO IN GROUND 60 acre ,}I%} mile from railway station on main line of the Atlantic ,"

poses, approved June 13, 1906.' Coast.LineR., R. in Osceola County, Florida 6'/2'! miles from

Be it enacted by the senate and -, Kissimmee; 20 acres in cultivation, 4-room house '"good stables, 3

ALL house of representatives of the United acres! of bearing grove, 2 acres of younger orange trees coming on and

\ OTHER STATES i States of America in Congress.assem SEED GUARANTEED PERFECT quick Sloan's relief Liniment for cough gives cold 484 grapefruit tres just planted out last season- This i i. cxtcptionally '

bled.That Coarsouuss. throat, fine citrus fruit land also good farming land. -
sore
'
TATE CHEMIST R. E. ROSE titled section eight of an act en. croup, asthma, hay fever Cheap at $5,000 on favorable terms of payment.
"an act for preventing the MILLIONS
man OF PACKAGES DIS NRCO
and bronchi ---- --- ,

SHOWS PACE FOR PRESERVING ufacture, sale or transportation ofadulte'rated TRIBUTED BY TILE UNITED, HEWS PROOF We also have, 57_acres of land, one block from railway station...

TilE HEALTH" OF or misbranded or poison STATES GOVERNMENT DURING Ms.AcaaarW.PatcEofPrsdnela. 1 154! miles from the above described place; ,has five acres of bearing '
ous or deleterious foods!/,, drugs, medi Kau.: wrlto i "V a DM b&o a'a JLintmeut -
I ITS CITIZENS. THE In iu.fatally and lied it an .meellttnt orange trees, several baring grapefruit trees and 300 grapefruit trees
, cines and liquors,. and for other pur PAST YEAR.A Mtacka.. nliif It tor ooitl* .....aw1 buy n.s..tea lover.- planted out last season; about 15 'acre of land besides this that is
Mop .nnhiug
((.r.. \ poses, approved June 13, 1906, be, savant LuwitUr. cleared to be planted to fruit next season; a part of this farm i il lower
r: (E. E. Rose, I in Tlm s-Unlol\) and .the same ia hereby amended by '
dispatch from Washington under land in the artesian belt fine for trucking or for raising ribbon cane'tomake
he United States and the following striking out.the words "Third. If in
;'. date of March 5, states that the SLOAN.SLINIMENT syrup This property is cheap' at 6000. Favorable terms of
States now require that the net package form, and the contents are I thousands of packages of needs distributed payment.

weight or measure be plainly statedon stated in terms of weight or measure,
by the government will be --NRCO- --
the outside of all packages of food they are not plainly and correctly I in the ground before many weeks. Non-resident Farm and Grove-We have 240 acres of land located

similar to the Florida Pure Food Law: stated" on the outside of the pack- Under thq! system that prevails on public highway, about 1 1J/4 miles from railway station, con

Florida, Nebraska, Nevada, New age, and inserting In lieu thereof the each member of the Senate' and the venient to school and church, has a 6-room house and business house ''

York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South following: I House has a quota of 20,000 packagesof hue RELIEVED I,. ItiiKWVB.of' SORE THROAT.Miwlello,Flu.. ., on the corner of the farm good neighborhood 2 acres of bearing

Dakota, Wyoming, Ohio, Montana, "Third: If in package form, the vegetable and 2,000 packages of irrltng1 bmiKtit one bottla of your orange trees and 450 grapefruit trees planted out last season. Land inline t
Massachusetts Wisconsin. quantity of the contents be not luinmnt and U plainly
flower !heed each package being madeup the world. My tlirout win .rrr.aura condition for planting about 300 more trees a magnificent place to
Most of the states have followedFlorida's and conspicuously marked on the of five ate!It auras ni a oat sip trouble. I
I packets containing differ- develop. Title to place is held by an Ohio man, who will sell for $40

lead in this important requirement outside of the package in terms of ent kinds of seed. In the last year GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP. I per acre and give favorable terms of payment.

which, has been recommended weight, measure or numerical count: ','l>llj8MO; : packets of vegetable and Ate, W. H. l'ITIL4.n&.17II1' Elmwood -NRCO-
C, Provided however that Avomia, CLictu1. III..Trritemt. "A little . I
by. the National Associationof reasonable 1 1I i
Il2,22
: ( ,315: packets of flower seed t
>
or bi-iT nest iltntr h..roll!> 1 RHve 50 acres of land about a quarter mile from the city limits of Kis-
Food, Drug and Dairy officials, at variations shall be permitted, and tolerances ''a total of aG4,555:{ :3( packets, have the mot'Lr Hl.' >nn'. liniment to> try.
simmee rich fertile land dark ash soil with chocolate
him gate him throe dr''|> on eager gray splendid
their convention in New Orleans, in and also exemptions as to been sent out. The total weight ofvegetable l Morn gnfng to .b.'d l, sod ho (n.t up
subsoil than half fruit land the balance land
,, ." trucking
citrus ,
more
;
1910 in small packages shall be establishedby Uliuut the croup iu the morni !!
; Duluth, in 1911 and' in Se-
and flower seeds
i sent out
l free and clear,from .debt I worth $50
; per acre.
attle, in 1912. rules and regulations made in accordance Pr6co.250..800..00
was 994,11C(; pounds, 497 tons
I with or over A party living in Minneapolis. Minn., owns this property will sell
Both the National Packers' the provisions of section -
Association enough to fill
three of this I twenty freight cars. I. Sloan's for $1,000 cash the balance from one two seven years time, to suit
and the National act.
Wholesale )Irt addition, there were distributed Treating purchaser. '

Grocers'; Association, at Chicago, No- I Section 2. This apt shall take effect thousands of packages of grass see(11 ,, on the NRCO

vember 11, 1912, have endorsed the and be in force from and after I'laud plants and vines of various kinds. I II Horsesent --
We have also with slight 3 miles
its Provided however ; free. I a ten-acre tract improvements.
: that
"net passage
weight or measure" require- of fine j The free! heeds had a narrow escape I from the city limits that we can sell for $525. Many other splendid
ments.The. Mo penalty imprisonment, or Addres.LarIS.
confiscation shall be enforced! for '' in the last Congress The Senate I bargains. We also have several places for rent some of them with
states similar bills any
having now violation of its provisions! as to domestic struck from the appropriation bill i growing crops. We also have an opportunity to place a .lew loans,

pending are the following: t the provision for distribution, but it Sloan ranging from $500 to $2500 at 10 per cent interest to the loaner.
California, Colorado( )Indiana, Min- pioducts produced or foreign products I was restored I by conference and Doaa, I II
I passed Good titles and absolutely safe security. Correspondence solicited.
nesota, Maine, Tennessee, Pennsylvania imported, prior to eighteen just )before final adjournment II II I

Vermont, Texas. months after its passage./ ,I /
,
I NELSON REALTY COMPANY
,
The of I
R E "The above.. act has been paused byongiess jot purchasing, testing, apportioning . I ,
ROSE
State Ch<-miKt. ( and approved' by the president and l dibti,'ibuO'ig government Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. '
of' seed is a big one, All seeds arepurchased
Tallahassee, 1 Fla., Match! 25, 1913!) ::. and is now a part the Food through competitive bids / ,
and Act of June 30 1906.
Drugs ,
A letter from Captain Rose, accompanying ''The and t1 j tr
quotations are opened listedin r
"
It will be seen that its effect in to '
the above says: the of bidders officials
presence and -
"I enclose copy of the "net weight require statement of the quantitjof | of the 1 Department> of Agriculturei

and measure" amendment to the national the contents of a food package in i In awarding contracts the officials disregard "Let Ploof Show the Proof"We

Pure Food Law, recently adopted terms of weight, measure, or numerical I varieties unsuitable for distribution I HARD HIT BY THE .
ount, and unless the packnire or ,
- - -- -- --- ---------- -- - ----
by Congress and approved by the
well bids of
,
as us growers or
the label thereon bears such statement
president, together with Bulletin No. '!dealers who in the past have failed to NEW, PARCEL POST are'State Representetives for the
the product will be deemed to
11, of the National Canners' Association !: out their contracts satisfac-
misbranded for the purpose of tW carry BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINESAll
as published in the Canner and torily.
act. I REDUCTION IN REVENUE FROM
Dry Fruit Packer The seed purchased is subjected to Kinds Stationary and Marine ''
"It will benotirc'd, also that the ait
"It is particularly gratifying to thorough scientific tests. When SMALL PACKAGES NEARLY I
a
and
provides that there shall be established -
know that Florida has the. credit of consignment of seed is received at the $500,000 IN FEBRUARY. i

being among the first, i if not the first, reasonable rules and variations regulations and to tolerancesand permit Department of Agriculture ware- Engines, Boilers Hoisting Enginesand

state in the Union to adopt this meas- house a small portion is taken from
I also to exempt small package; In brief filed with the Interstate
and know that her merchants a General Line of I
ure, to the middle and near the top and bottom Carry a Suppliesfor
The already in force on
regulations Commerce Commission at
,and dealers have .almost universally of at least one-fourth of all the Washington all Purposes
.
contained in the Bulletin -
this subject are the of the
insisted upon its enforcement, that bags and thoroughly mixed, to make express companies

honest goods, both in quality and of the Association issued on June 1 I' a composite sample, which is sent to country contend that the parcel post
1912. THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO.
12
has
quantity, be sold to their customers the seed laboratory. taken away from them a large
"By the terms of the act it becorr"b volume of business and this act is
"The state is also to be congratulated I From the sample 100 or 200 seeds ( 770-774 WEST BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
effective from but will not
( upon the fact that the sale of its pasage are counted out and placed between used as an argument against any readjustment Lecal and Long Distance Pbone. 4i-J>ta-tpll
be enforced by fine, imprisonment or I of lutes.A .
has express
chemically preserved goods prac- moist blotters in a germinating chamber -
confiscation for violation of its ,
tically ceased in the state; few, if provisions which really incubator statement prepared by the ex- +a
is an fitted 1
prior to eighteen months of- j hho' that in Janu-i ____ __ _. -- M1
merchants press companies ; ---------y
/any, Florida having accepted with automatic devices for keeping '
such goods since the law became ter its pasage, March 1, 1013 the blotters moist and for regu- ary, 1912, there wei_ 4,682,612 shipments -
"It is suggested that in ordering of packages weighing eleven ,
I Distance
effective. lating the temperature to suit the requirements -
labels the above act be taken into account and less while the 1
"The merchants and consumers of of different kinds of seeds. pounds ; number AdvertisingLong i 296 1t
and the labels bear a statementof of such packages had decreasedin
the state are to be congratulatedwhen I At the end of a week or more, depending t
the weight and contents of the can,
January, IDl.'l: after the Parcel
Florida is secondto
that
we can say on the kind of seed, the blotters -
no state in the Union in the qualityof and that the'weight be expresed in I I are examined and the number of Post law went into effect, to 3,859,286, is saying the right thing .
and viz pound,
pounds ounces, : one a decrease' of 17.59! per cent. The
sold with true state
food products seeds which have sprouted the copnt-
four ounces\ instead of twenty ounces, number of such shipments in Febru- .
ment as to th e quantity in the. pack- used be of the size :d to determine the percentage of at the right time; '- ', ',' .. ,::: '
and that the type ary, 1912, was 4,314,323 while in Feb. ( I, ',
germination. As a result of these i'
age.Below required by existing! ( regulations 1913 the number bad decreased in the right

ruary, wi
we give two extracts, from tests many thousand of pounds of 'I. way. ;
trade namely, 8-point ((brevier) capitals. seed to 3,129,222, a loss of 27.47 per -* .i sy ,_
the organ of the canning : .vegetable and flower which fail ;

National Conner- Association Bulletin The preaching that I engenders' too I to meet the requirements' of the gov- cent. The express companies derived We make a specialty of planning preparing
1 I a revenue of $l,75iG( from 11- literature and conducting( campaigns for
:No.' 11. much shouting is oftentimes. not lasting eminent arc ejected annual!}, pound parcels in January 1012 while Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities -

Bulletin No II. of the National in its good results Great; care" is exercised in planning and Individuals.
I their income from this source was
1'aunei.' Ah,0/'IItlin I: !.sued) l \indirlali I 111 seed <|M iilmtion. The country is r
out down to l-4iJ,411! ill ,
< of '!Murfh nth, 1 IIII!I :I, In the au- I Joel; gives the law pmdurt-it P.<*stsj divided 1 191,3!) :!, a II'u"e. of l 11,56(; l; per cent
I IhoiitN of tic t" execulnccommittee t! -, j with us bethel 01 not it l-> -' :r.'! apportioned according to climatic GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS
TIt I revenue fiom that in
( source
coiitiiiiis the folli-\Mng inipiiitiint information into the hnisheel( piece of art 11omiitmns, and : ; Fcbiuaiy't2! ; \ \ were $1 ,K 1\,414:} while
|i suih vegetables ;; as okra" and collards I
: I for February, IUII:i, they \\ertcut to TAMPA FLORIDA I
I IMPORTANT! 1 ):very' act that is worth performingat ;arc distributed i only in the South and
$1.:1:1:1'\7: :{ :: a loss of 2:17! :( ,per ('t'llt.Lo..s .
An act to unu"ml section\ eight of an all is worth putting one's whole (alifoinm. On the other hand, sweet 1'
of Oilier liusine-HH.
net entitled. "All art for preventingthe '' Saul, and brain into--in that way onlyis 1 "DI'n", \sliuh i is in mush demand in 1
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Grave I I I -
It 'I- slated in the brief that thepllrl',1
: othei localities, is not sent to Hjc
miinufactuM\ sale 01" tianspotta, success achieved. i
South (California because it is likely post is \producing, a net decrease -
01 Covers and Vaults Specialty
in the entire amount of the express \ a
to IH destroyed by insects or fungus -
1111 n nt it- business, including weights' over
M 11111 n
diseases _
11 pounds According to the brief WHIT it: lJI 1 :()NZI
Such seeds as watermelon and
PROTECTION SERVICE : | the total revenue from shipments> of Is the most enduring monument;

extreme all weights in February, 1912, was
: made. Will
not get moss-grown
l1,4/4nH7<; while the revenue in February ,

'I : flower seed and such vegetables as 1915: was $$10,948,2. crack or crumble. Is more artistic ; '
'Iri ( lettuce radish onion bean
pea, ear- -
( ! .Z'k ; t The (companies assert that the .. and less
I I rot, parsnip, turnip, tomato and cu- :r. expensive. y
cumber will thrive at different seasons losses due to the parcel post will substantially . .,w' ,
increase the ratio of operating Write me and I will call.
in nil sections and are accordingly -

QJ, .:Hr I'y' J !IL11131rltIN ; ! sent generally throughout the tended expenses further to that revenue.even It upon is con-the I JOHN H. PAYN - KISSIMMEE P. O. r.I r.1.

country 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 I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I
basis of operating ratios and profits ..,

KISSIMMEE FLORIDA We, the undersigned, agree to close for the past few years there is no
:r Satur- ground whatever for the view that
our places of business except
.. the existing{ general level of express
tOur days and Mondays at 6 o'clock p. m.,
: from April 1st to Nov. 1st, 1913. rates is high or unreasonable.The Excursion Rates
is made that there ;:
contention
Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
'is no practicable readjustment of ex- '
Savings DepositorsWill Dann & Dann.C. TO
hw J W. Griffin. press rates which could restore to 'l.

the express companies<,s the business TAMPAAccount
i D II. Rtggan. f

please bring in their Pass Books and G. M. Taylor. going by parcel post. It is argued

IX R. Blenis Co. that the parcel post, through its con- of

have entered the accrued interest for the R. S. Floyd.J nection with the rural delivery, offers \

j M. Yates. a service which the express com- Annual Meeting j

first quarter. Ordia Bass.Il.tRGAIN'FOR. panies cannot offer. -

) rI I I Out ,28,000.000) a Year. Florida Citrus ExchangeVIA

Deposits received up to the tenth of this IMMEDIATE SALE Through the parcel post, it was de- r

clared, the companies, from the latest

month will bear interest from the first. i iWe !' 000. pounds of this face of eight figures available, have suffered a loss ATLANTIC COAST LINETickets xp

| point body type, nearly new, plenty which amounts to about six per cent

invite account. J I( of sorts of all kinds, displaced by installation of the gross revenues Walker D sold Apr. 15th and 16th. with 17
your Hines asserts that for the five
of linotype, will sell to first companies final 1 limit April 22nd.

one sending order and check at 15c ho representd-the Adams, i

per pound. Probably over 600 American, United States, Southernand H,

pounds. Wells-Fargo-application of the For information and reservations, call on ) s

Accounts \ I One 22 inch Economic cutter, in proposed rates to present business W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent. Kissimmee. Fla.
J Savings s
4 Per Cent: Interest on good condition, replaced by larger ma- would reduce revenues about $26,000000 ,- dr.'
5.85 cent. on Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland
I. chine. Will sell for $40 cash. First a year, or per every

DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT I check gets dollar's worth of busihess done Sucha T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A.
SAFETY it.VALLEY
GAZETTE, reduction in revenues, he said,

I Kissimmee, Fla. would be absolutely destructive.ifssMwAfej ?
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--' i. .. .1 y.,'POSED. BY. SENATOR, . BRYAN '.in', parts I Y BE ON TIl'IE'I :1 I


: 4 > I shall "

. 1' THROWS: .PROTECTION AROUND THt! BALLOT AND' \ .'DECiRKASKSi in I fives twice who fires qui kI1.' "

i i EXPENSES OF-CANDIDATES. back,

I : 'each I I II This old"ay"nj, ( is ac true when applied to trees .. it is in charity


: j, TTe following. bill will, boo presented necessary or expedi nt.. The.' outgoing (I j I"f'r_ ._'_ )I I A pound of fenllizer applied early. js worth, two pounds when the

I I .,: at the picoent session ot'the Florida chairmAn of-the CongressionalExecutive shall i I season is far advanced. :

legislature, and will have the backing 1 Committee of each party,i'm i inhall : Early Applications lend to fine quality'of fruit and early maturity. I

of a large number of influential not I less than ten days: before the'i f I the (- i|

Democrats) us* it was drawn and is first meeting, notify each newly elect'l' I I Do not delay but WRITE; NOW. '. :

y fathered by one of our State's foremost ed member ofsaid committee w". (

< Your Grocer Knows-- ,[ men, Senator( N.: I P. Bryan: time and place of said meting 1.Illollnd 1 i IDEAL.BRANDS"- IDEAL PRICES I }iI -.

We Know- 1.\ i'iid The County I'xe'u'ti'ommith.' t tof the ( Let tell all about them. II
Kill to Be En An Art to 1'ro- ) consist ,''lIi'l.' I us you
and each political party khull (
wr want >ou to know-that-
vide for and Regulate Primary shall I << } !I, CO.MtiMiifactuierH
WHITE CLOVER FLOUR / of one member from each election pre.dnct. WILSONSTOOMER FERTILIZER '
EI'lion .
IS BETTER within the county, who shall be I""1111 ol
.
And II will be lltr ranirti m4iem I5K IT NAT1'BY;\ TilE \I.M.IS-(; elected for i I two ji-ais at the. pnmaiy I II books ;
In th* world to convince you ol( tlie IDEAL FERTILIZERS
i, Juct--and H I* a lut.1. fl )uu w-vill but I I LATURI OK] TIn: STATE (onTLOKIDA :I h held I in the )"eai I- Jli4.!) I and exeiy two s t a Ii ti I I t :
Vive fi a I rial FLA.
1 ) JA-.KSONVILLK,
1-uHy irujrunttrrd by both your y ears thereafter, Ihe members! of I
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ffrocrr and ourtt VB I Mild committee* shall I within thirty I i i \: I I
'YOUR GROCER DAS IT": Sec.lion 1. The nomination of all I'he. P I I I I i t Local Agent. Waters & Carbon Grocery Co.
(lay':s after I their ,election meet at the
l i
: I (enndidateK/ .all electivi' State. Confjressionul ; woid" ( :
t.eountx seat and oigmii/i l hy ejectmir! |h"11 I I
LsJ4 and county ()fti('("<, fin : -- -
I I ifiom among then j numbi-i t n chaiinian i IIIlIt ,
United StateN Senator, and for the elI tl
and 'u..h ..th'I' ufhitriii/ I thex' muj' |1""IIt. !
I Ktion of iiieiil)<'i-s of the State, Congressional I 1'011'i I t -- ------ 1-
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deem expedient I.
necessaix oi I
I I and 'ount EXN'utlCom :-u I I / I : ( .
) : l I puitj'. It shall In I Ihe duty
I.aih: niinmitlie anil ils olTueisshall .
nuttees& by all political; parties IIS d lif -' ii Ut I he Sup-IMSOIS of Ke-glit, i'at ion of
I have the poxxc-is usuall.X exel I Iuised isle.i' ; I : ; eoiintic-. I thi t icgi-tia!
l lined by this Act shall! be made i in I tin- I xaiious.
.
I manner provided in this Act and not i bx' ,sui h iiimmittci-s. and 1 hy t the .'1II1I1I | : 1 ] of i-I-, t"is to ,uiniplx with, the Desirable Ten

'olheiis' (hi-nof. not in'olli-'i.I"t with ; ol ( i of itt 'iv ,.",'h I u'solution upnn I tin
othel'wi., .
I l.i : i h..r..of dulxlix
xxith tin- of I
the of I this .\tt. 1-:1I'h..f: m i-ttpiti.)
;
piovisions sui: I ( ; < : .
I Th. name 01 no pciMin nominaldl ( : I l/i.d/ l, Ih. i li.in' 111.in and sunt 1
lu MViml, 1 i'\,,'utl\ ( uinmiltees ol t I- ,
l,>ya pait\I 1''qUil'"d(| I bc ?'e u ntl('I' to makeliolnnmdons ) t of inn sin h t-'ti'ttit I ix t- ionium
: '
:! and
:St-i; I .
l he'. "h'd foi "jtaIL'hu't. I the tin
ic in l'' ()\ / ( : at :all) titiii' In fine' \ opining Twenty
of candidates shall lie iIl ( h, ,,,,,
: h pnwi' i to ai|'|>'oinl fiom Us o\v n mi'm- i the- ',gisli.ilion: I 100,1. a- '
]ilai'oil" upon) tlie ofhi lal] liallot to 1 10.. -11"11"| t t ; I t I '.1'
i i.ot and sub | ( I I '
.t.t ship' pioj i neeess.iix
1 \ ( "ii I at a n\' gt'titllil l cli'ition as a candid.ite 1- a- :; .,. IT Itlull In- tin ilntx' I lornMHlteis(t I I'loxic- max I be- illo\v I I tid I1
for anoffne, whin [ ( :Supcixis n' of lie-gi-l i.ition of e:ii h
: pioviMnni . . Acre Tracts
li\ iMiutivi* it U . hut h aelv .
( i oni in i i ili 'iliali Ix the closing' '
x iniliii upon; 1
ninde IW..111. for'
'andi
i ) iionini.itin? ) ( ) .
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I' In l > ( i "
1 1"0'..\ -hall I ii-idi-, in' theami' ileilionl |i | ) : l llu I 11 '!I..I'allll" lmoka, h-i-tin
(1 ill s foi slllll 111 III"I", tiii.-- Mllll l hall t ; .1 :: .
P"II' l I"i ., mil I I. in ( hiiasi. "f ,i ( 'ounlx. I i-x: 1 i li-il. mill not I;id I 'l' I lit ii ''he
I'dii ,shall II.IM lieen iioinin.itid f"i !". i 1: ; I J Jai It'ill! il.iv I ,i.fol"- I tin' hit' ittilil V i.it"it For Tru'kinand Fruit Growing
CONSOLIDATED ""'HUM 1 tommitlii 1 oi in I the' '.i tat' I t- I I I i I i
h office iindi i the' ]>ioisiniis of. i t (to fin ni-li;, tin\. :Si;" I M tin' x ol stnti ,
.
Ith.s Ait. [I clint' ., III I till ,'a-, ">l.I'II I OIICJM, ssloll.ll 1 1in 11\ :; liligiaph of ni-ei--ai' .x a slate, Our bind extends from

i Mute I.;MI'ill ix'i ( 'ommittie' '. as the 'h,m,t-i ; 1 loMl.iming( (1111' tot.il nnnilii of
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TITLE I :Jsi; i :2. .\ p"lItil'al, ' \\liK, h,. alI -,. I
| p.iilx I ) I ; i i I ) ,, ciIy I limits nearly lo Orlando.
tonimitte'i'man I nin! " '1.'<1 bj Ihii . I I..-n-d i-li i'tin- .if < .i. II po"t'al:
(tllC (_'""!( I',ll lllllloll' for Slllll( .111(1 i ." l I .. In itionI ,
I . .i < \ \ ,' :; i J Jv I muling to I.-t'i-t( : I Onh' ' *:1(1( .per in'rr.
COMPANY ( ounU ofli""I"I I lh) < n nevl, ( pic. ,( ( dinlrjiinn.u a iS I -
: : I' s. j Flit}, expen-i- of ludilinLT< I ..i!- I t ( ,., ,. -h'dl
/ I i':;, !DolKd "hit' t than I Ii!i\ 1"1 |1'0 I hi -ad ii'I.It..I': '
tin.' ii 1"'I'.in diilv I i iit 1 . ..' 'mil- : ' .rhall li-rias : $2 per acre rash! and $2
I of lit I piim.ii i ) tt't lullS J pioxulid ) 111 I I'I l X i it i/i
1 1 tnt the "nl ll i xoti i list in t f,,, I ,. :: ( t "
Guarantees. the Title lo Lands. f'U', mi'lading till. i of. i I illnxxnl to ,'\alllill'/l. tin' < iuiiit\ acremonlM ..
I
State is htuliv, .1 Uilued, !in lie a polilual \pin-es j pl"ial't,-n, !i |II| pt r )
; 'lal lii 1"/i and, "a'h of I h '
I !gi ; < pni
Prepares Merchantable Abstracts 'ing' all ballot-, blank-, anti 0\111'1' sup t tin,.. ( I i i I
i ;
I 'I hili I tin of
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Jiaitx mi lining tlu'! *
i I ugiMii-. xxluli- t 11"\ mite" III \\ in 11: i- oi) itooKurr
'j I of Title lo Timber and this .Ad \\ ,it Iiiii t th' St 8 lie* and shall I I pin-- to lie used! al any piininx i.1 Ii.i"- I toi" | : I , '" nf1", :Sop; ",'ix i ol, ol Hi, git II I-

nominal(.' all (nnlidil: (' piovnhd' foi linn and. all expinses iit't't'sarilv in. '''IIi'. I i I / \ > t I ji t I ii 011.I imt -Iili ill I I ll.it In all.I I ..xi .I l lo
;
: Colonization Tract.i anywherein a-i tl.. \ I ; "
culled" in tin 11I"'pal'atllll1 I fin ol Ih. ( " 01'1'-' 01' I'Ml II I t ii ll i-i-" I I .11
I in his At I undi I t IK pi I ololls I Inn i | ( ",,, : i I :: .Ii .
Florida. . I :-:111"1': x i-oi of I 1t"I"t.a ition! hall
"f 'omhn of l stab pi' imai y i Ii < t'ion. hall; i ibe i,. ," -T'I ; I I I I I I i| t t; i I McKOYLand
"i in i l -li "npii'- \"f III. 11.1111' -. oi i'11)1-)
I p.nd* out of the tieasuiv" of tin "I ' / .
A 'al the
politK : pail\ \\IIII'h. at gi'Ii" ( ( and l e siili, ,in it--i.f inv ..1"1.-, ,
I the- the. 'HIT I i *: ] I i l i' \ I i I .
c lountx oi State as I i.i-c 111. ,
eial cliition for MaU' and ( oiintv. (if ) paxini (it to linn of ii' i-onalili\
,
fuels I hen I ni\l t piiieilniK, '| be., III the* sameniannei'. tit h like. if.feet ,iti-t I i \ Msnt 'ioi thiiefoi, not t-'0 ....01
,
pMiiiaM ull ( ( ; } (
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Titles to Lots tin iu-t">miix, f 11 fill Company
City and the ...fti""I' lopxing
cant molt than MMper ('('nt. of the bx same I ain I:, gl't I I .
| llu of hi; of11 ( lerk, eif,
) I- in' e1 I <-
: 'the ease of gc-ncial I elections I I I I li hi .
entire within
EXAMINED vote last con pr j jnli '
PROMPTLY. any ( mult ( t'itirt lint ,,1:1.11: not fur Marh
monal I Disliiit i is hereby declared n's-I' Sec. 'I. It"i h"I't'hy inaili. II" duty "s, : xxiiting{ any othi. infoiniation, Building.

be a political party within the miuning of the Supe-rxisor of Kigist ration of I I I I ;, iit-h in said n'!gist, ration' books. KISSIMMEE. FLA.
-!. I I :; .. I'l:) It ,shall of the
tin'
i I lie duty
I'' of this Ait within such Congres- each county in the Stale, on oi' before '. .
of :State; I.. '
itT y to cause" *to /pie> -
LEWIS O'BRVAN, Manager, sional I Pistiict) and shall nominate its Noxembc-i' I bt. I'M! I :I, and bi"IInially .1.I j a sufficient. number of registra'

; KiNgimmfe Office. randidate for Representative in Congress on the cot'responding I dull t thereafter* I -t- I books, und all other hooks and ':----------H-- -.o- 0. 0. 0. 00.0.. 0. 0-

within said District, under the j t to piocure a suflieienl. ,-upplj' of all i I the l. 1 1I ruiuire-d' I bj. this Act
I in' the ( IS MUCH easier
/ : :
proMsionh hereof. t the 4 ooks and )blanks ieiUiieel'| bj- this ,ii, "-. :20!*) 'Flitexitutive committees /T

,\ political party which at the genA ct. Th. Supervisor of Registration I I Ixotedl political party affected\ by the :t to get from our

Head Office: Kissimmee eral election for State and County officers shall visit each Election I District in l":. of |this Act are hereby,
{ ri ztii\. for the purposes of meet Bakery just what
then next prereding a primary, I the eountj' Iving out, ,id(* the cot prate 7 their legitimate, and you
expenses/
I. Branches: Fort Myers, cast mQre than five per cent. of the1 I 1 limits of the county seat hict t we'en :Nojvember K. 'u'L Il1/l] their party orguniza wunt for Sunday dinner -

Fla., Arcadia Fla. entire vote cast in any county, is ) 1st and ]December 31st, 191S: !'i J 10 I(), ( t : to,.levy of their II"II"I11"lIt". upon. such< i than to bake at

I' hereby declared to be a political para i ntI biennially between lespondmg g : ;and (' / respi/ tixepurties,
'(' reiuned by Section
ty within the meaning of this Act I dates thereafter and take with him I tliion | fees ; hut no executive 24 commit to pay home these warm

. within such county, and shall nominate ', I thelegistration", books herein n.quir-j| |j th levy ahsessmentH upon any i t days.IRVICTHEHEST! :
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fr t : > : all elective county officers in said ed, and shall keep the same open at II I I. I ( c-xc re-ding, two ((2)) percent.

county under the provisions hereof. home con\enement place tberein for 'time annual salary or compensation

1f3ouWant aBARGAIN. Sec. 3.. In'. determining the total 1 the purpose of registering voters at InK and < County office sought Executive by him Committees: I Provid ': THE HOME BAKERYJ.

1. i an' vote'of a" political party, whenever 1 least one day from 9. o'clock a. m. to street have exclusive power to .levy I '
.!, : required by this, Apt the test shall o'clock place I I REED Prop.
.. m., and from 1 o'clock p. I: upon AndidateH to be ..

< ..ORANG!:' GROVE be the total vote cast by such polit'i- m. to 5 o'cloekp.' m. He shall give a b l er of ) I vt for only in a single county, and I' .
; Congressional
Executive ,
Com
cal party for its candidate who received notice, by posting in three conspicusc -

.. or land to grow the greatest number of votes. ,I IcSec Uh places in each I Distiict. stating ilx, "- \( \( 1 1U assessments shall have upon exclusive
.
4. Primary elections hen<< in the day his books will I lie ill that I / '
open 1 :! i ) ''' ives in ( ongie-ss, and,] that :i:

; Oranges and I provide-d for shall be held at the n'g- 1 Hi-tnet, and at what paiticulai build :able to b !1xecutixiroinmitUc: ,shall ,r, THE

," ulaf pollintr places established for the i Ill!! oi limiting/ he will beand -hall 'ballot ( exclusive i power to le-vx all/ othir :
li : Grapefruitsee of tin( } '-.") (,-. hereby authorized Pro : ManhattanHotel
purpose holding!; generalletInhi., ". legistci without ihargall'. legal xot- : : .
tq nte'reel further. I hat no assessment
BUCKELS Sec. f>. A primary election( shall ers who apply to him for that pin 1 1:1.:t Ii,. niuiitiiy/ l any ejiccutixe- ,coin |: : -

1 he held on the tir.t'Tu"Roiay after the I po"e. -i I I fi 0110\\ I I ein the uvi nt of a spei"lal I p ri-

lust ?Monday in J tine of "t'ry viai' in i S10.). It t,. h"I'.Ly niaele.. t II") ,e duly'' -ign' hl ( ,t :Special Attention
which a general election) is held for I ..fh" S''/.' -' / I of 'u..h tonirtitltMiitiiss I I to
[ othe I en" of of j
tupirxi ltt-gistitil" (
'tin (ni"i-lal I '" hi shall l I" "lIt It 1,1 : the
I I nomination of candielates )bull, I I eaih ,eoiintv in t the.' Stall, liitvvnn' xxhiie, '! lxxiittin '. I for I sue'h pajinent In f'"m I leeeixi the a $: Traveling Public .

If f DANCING political parties I Januaiv lot I and Max l.t. Ill'! I J. and i| ) l man I the-nof, :t'I r'I] Just tfcroHH: the nquare from

CLASSES Sec Ii;. The following/ committees( < I hl'd'i I I I \ ee ii e'01"n' .I""dll1 I i g | then I :; JI I. It shall be hitduty of V: A. C. I.. DepotKISSIMMEE

S under direction oft shall constitute the l Executive, oi (On- dates h the-ii" 'aftc.i., t" knp the ;said ) t exeeiitixi( rtumnitti" not lati.r :

t MRS. J. I). WOODBECK tral or Managing; (ommittees. of each 'I ration, books of the legis- I iUiud|, ,] ,h Manh I lrjth! of each year in.:i; FLA.
county at thiulo, .
open I I u gi-niral I pinnar ile-ition is
: atFIREMEN'S political party viz: A State Lxeeu1 1 i s office exiix' day Sundajs ,'x..pt-I"| I '''(' I hi.lei, to adopt u solution m--t- -:-:
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t( ,. HALL I tive CommiUe-e, a Congressional! I xeeutie id, from !ii I ,,clock a. in to I 12: o'clock :- son ,.,. t ),] | forth what assi" !
". Monday Evenings 7:30: to J:00) Committee- each Congressional m, and f:'om :1 o't Ioek p. Ti. to ", I IoMoik his i I.,Ii I t i i i I Islid I ('Ol1li 'U'd Advertising in the Valley Gazette
1 Di.stiict, and a Kxecu \ on page* !I.I) I is n ifi-tter
County money
Thursday 7:00: to 8:3: *) ) !p'. in, for t the registration ofelcctois Ii t"Ki,1 _. .
I tive (ommittc-e for each county : 1'ro for the ----------- _
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LESSONS FIFTY CENTS EACH "Iw..d pi batty i Iselution ter ( u
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Private* instruction if desired at I vided however that nothing herein "iKxcejit tit : I

contained shall prevent a political : 'some TE.ACaER:: :: S
; special rates. I during the pi-nods of I tun" ,, I' c'Stetson FLoeID.A.:
part fiom electing/ or appointing) ill ness or I I
j picsciibcel; I in this and I lie :
pnnd" : ,
: |him '
_ _ _ __ _ _ _ I'in ace'oi'dance with i its practice., other i the/ regiit ration hooks the,i isection I I Opens Spring Normal
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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : committees 101pilmary I I Review CourseMMIIII
I j,, ; eleitions. shall} I I he ilohid"s lause' t j I I < I.
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Sec '
r 7. The State I'xeiutixc; ( 0111mittcc *.'.. ''I I :Vo' /pi'rson, unless] the I I : ::1..11 TU1 % Y :wi'ii. ___
4 M. bhall consist of nuinliir . exemptunili in 'nil I for luillitln, A HJ..<'Ial| | low rate In .
TILLER fr I one :: Ken The
I
I i the} pioxismns, of law relating,; you run int, r IL! tiny Ihu. Htalefctejit boolgi are
fiom each county ill the State. ,, who t to, I tei as p-r w.k or $39.((10( for th. In.weVhlT ror a hl'tt'r, ; Krall. Coal I U Only
genc-ial t eleitions
shall be I peiinilted t I son as :: i' : and luUlon. Stud Coo bulletin 1'1,1. IncIjijtable board room.
plctu
Real Estate Agency. shall he elected for two jears at the' .
ff I to voti
at
a election pr lttiilr-ss. '
> piimarv who ] 1'1'1<0\1: IJoIIJ: .

.,,, ............................: j primary held in the year 1SI1*] 1 I. antI shall, I I have' failed i to paj; at I least on oibe und' I l .all"lItlon I" ",,11.... (0 'I-b.. rrllmln.rr 1.nHITT.<'niirw" .I.a..I.I. V'IorIiia
every two years thereafter The 1 'fin Se. 1 OrKIII/i/It. 111,1 In"'Kanl.i I Chemistry AgrieuIur.Botany
e the I sc-eond Saturday in i grieti I t"r I Q..all'allv.' and Quantitative
the i" "h"II\AI( analy-
: Realty bought and sold. } memlnrs of said Kxeiutive (Commit month ti on I iiI" Jllolo/o{)'. A".lou r u ,Itt'.I ii intl tity. (iPolig3&e. '1'... I'r.-M.dl. C..r_
)>r'c'dingthe day of such elc ) 1I11'I..rloloo{)'. I I liii
: Houses rented. tee shall, within preeimt III"rKalilc ('I"'lnl"trv. ology. zoology. Botany General
thirty QualtIalv.
tf days after .
anti
f tth..ir on his poll taxes for two preimit \. ... Quantitative Chemlalry.
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Taxes paid and Titles ver- k election, meet and organize by J preceding the in ;years next ev Holooc.1 01 "'I... "'rHr"Pipe organ w ''nK.. Violin V..e.. its ni-it .,ilAit. tilt,. .us Work
which "alntlnll' In
year such Oil
j ified for pn!- Water Color. &0. 8-lIIt
non-residents. electing from amonj.th.ir number Central: .
a election
shall
mary he held. Nor
Fire Life and Accident In- ? chairman and such other officers UII'' shall the ; :
i
surance. :., they may deem .any !person be permitted) to vote at to ,:, I I
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or
necessary expeili
; Indemnity Bonds. I The outgoing/ chairman of the |''registered Bent ny such election during the who shall not have register the. ) I
period the
'I ..... .r- ..,. ..,....... State Executive Committee of each :I i t,istiation books are reg- shall ::
required to be
.. = !' party shall not less than ten days before / p rp<' (' ::
kept/open
R.S.FLOyDGrocer
next
4 the first preceding the day of vi visor,
., meeting/ notify each s aid! election: cuire

!; DR. WM HARPEROSTEOPATH newly elected member. of said committee I &-('. 12. There shall be one or and, as

of the time and place of said : more volumes well hound with leather hall eo

meeting.. se
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j backs
and
'orners and cloth
I The Congressional Executive Committee : eaih sides, for shall, {'
County, large enough to contain cerning
STECIALIST shall consist of one member he names of all the electors in the eneral: /
t' CHRONIC DISEASESCONSULTATION from each county in'the Congressional the
; county, called the "General County
'J I --- I I I District, who shall be elected for two Register' ." Each General able, to /
County S
EXAMINATION FREE at the
years primary held in the
; year Register shall have four leaves such
1914, and two plank Get
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every years thereafter.
our prices
KISSIMMEE.FLA. suitably ruled, in the front to facilitate Sec. on
TUEeOA Y8. THUftSOA YS. 8 A TURD Y8 The members of said committee shall, making an index to the mittee

Off CEo CENTRAL HOTEL within thirty days after their election, several re HAY GRAIN
I '
precincts in the
*_ meet and county and the pages id'shall FEED
J ----- organize by electing from be numbered consecutively on the I b,e ,

P140t1E266 among their number a chairman and
ORLNOO. FL.A
upper' right-hand of b suchother officers corner each double i| : we a specialty ;
as they may deem titled'
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)FRIDAY. APRIL 1'1. 1913 1 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. ct
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favor of similar Mrs. Katherine 'I'1 {St. Petersburg .
.a 'game commission pitt.,

,Florida Seeks to tbat,tn the state of Alabama.. Judge 'T! Pictore Warlow", Or. \ r

r :I .Reports were also made by Mr. lando., 1a

; j George N. Chamberlin Daytona, The exercises were interspersed by) n

Good Forest Laws I with reference to the establishmentand delightful music by the Rollins' College .

value of tlje Mosquito Inlet Bird Glee club. After the meeting, HOt BISCUIT .,

Reservation, and by Mrs 'Seth. E. Miss Kokoszynska, the hostess, assisted JIT'

Public spirited citizens in Florida teen states, particularly In New Jer- Barton, secretary, concerning the very by'a group of Rollins College ,

have applied to the Department of : sey, Maryland, and Louisiana. admirable work of the St. Petersburg girls, served a delicious collation. at

Agriculture for information upon Even so distant State 1 Auxiliary. '. the house.
a as >Oregon< hot cakes made with
which a law may be based for the 'i has some forest fire laws which in On motion of Mr. W. C. Comstock M

protection of thq State's forests. They the opinion of the officials of the Department of Winter' Park, one of the vice-presi-i WOULD CHANGE RIVER

r hold that Are, careless'cutting, and destruetive could b e adopted to advantage -'dents of the society the following ROYAL Baking Powderare

turpentining methods have in Florida. They point out that resolutions were passed:. AND' HARBOR BILL
impaired a foremost industry of the the 1! 1. Resolved that members of
great curse of the southern,woodlands thf delicious healtht
State and unless some legislation is .is fire. Even when it is intended the Florida Audubon Society, in an- ,

II devised to provide for thrift and care that cut-over lands shall be trans- nual meeting assembled, hereby. record MISSISSIPPI RIVER SHOULD BE .

in the management of woodlands, formed into farm lands, repeated firesin their profound sense of loss and CONTROLLED. BY SEPARATE I ful and easily made.merce .

Florida will suffer great financial the woods have burned up the grief in the death on July 22, 1912,

loss. leaves and twigs on the ground and of Mr. L. F. Dommerich, for nearlya COMMISSION. :
I
rn such cases much help can be Kept them from decaying to form leaf decade president of the society. -

gained by' ascertaining what good mold. The' southern soils, both clay i Gathered on the grounds which his Congressman J. Hampton Moore,' -

legislation has been passed in other and sand, according to the Depart- love of nature, his fine taste, and his of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways ----

States. In Louisiana, which has a ment's experts, need nothing so muchas i large expenditure of money and ef- Association, makes the following com- and navigation and there is a the greater consideration may immediately

strong law providing for a State Con- this organic matter, or humus, andas fort, so wonderfully beautified, in the I ment relative to the recent floods in growing b.elief_in. Congress and out be given to the demands of

servation Commission, conditions are Dr. Seaman Knapp often siad, shade of the trees which he himself the Middle West, in the April numberof of'it, that the Mississippi river shouldbe the people of the Middle West, there

., analogous to those in Florida, parti- "You can't make humus Qut of planted and cared for, And in the hometo the Association's Bulletin: divorced from the jurisdiction of may not longer continue the bunglingand

cularly as to the Gulf Coast portion.But smoke." > which he welcomed us year after The Floods in the West. the Rivers and Harbors Committee, unscieneific robbery of the Rivers

if Florida] attempts to deal with The Oregon law, just passed, provides year for these meetings, we are re- Nature cannot always be harnessed in order that a special bureau or com- and Harbors Bill, for the wastefuland

its turpentining problem it will haveto that timber land owners in the minded vividly of his kindly face by man. Buildings will topple and mission like that of the MississippiRiver piecemeal treatment of the prob-

adopt legislation that will bo a State shall patrol their holdings in Ins warm greeting, his wise and ten- dams will break in spite of ingenuity Commission,of'.flood, should take over lem of floods.

ground-breaker. seasons of fire danger, and Jif they der'words on behalf of the birds he but the Federal Governmentand the problem prevention and

Notwithstanding the undoubted fact fail to do so the State shall maintain i( so much loved, and his generous gifts the various States might have leave the Rivers and Harbors Com- LIQUID ARITHMETIC e7

that entirely unnecessary damage is a patrol, the cost to be attachedas I to our CHUM, as also of the keen intelligence been better prepared to save life and I mittee free to develop commerce and "Twice did Smith refuse to take a

done when too small timber is tur- a tax lien, against the property.In the sympathetic heart;, the property as a result of the recent navigation both inland and along the drink on conscientious grounds."

pentined, or when too many faces are the opinion /of the officials of the I sound judgment, the indomitable will, floods resulting from the heavy rain- I II coast, without, each year' being sacrificed "Then the thirdtime he should

put on a tree, or when boxing is resorted Department this is one of the most and the Christian faith and character, I.fall in the Middle West, is evident to upon the altar of reclamation] have felt justified in taking one." a

to instead of the more modern important and advance'd fire protec- which made him everywhere a con- every student of the Waterways prob- I and flood prevention. Indeed, thereis "Why s01""Because

methods State has dea't: tive laws spicuous and trusted leader amongmen. more than a possibility that Con- three scruples make
cup no yet yet passed by any State, lem. It is useless to talk of bridging one

with this form of waste of the forest they think its successful passage is 'the ocean-or of regulating by law the | gress at the approaching session may dram.-Baltimore American.

resources. Other aspects of the for- due to the excellent educational work Resolved that the thanks of the so- volume of rainfall, but it is wholly i be asked to take up the MississippiRiver t
ciety be extended to the children of I and its troubles as a separateand Where there is genuine human love
est problem, however, and especiallythe done by the Oregon Forest Fire Association il within the power of'the Federal Gov-
Mr. Dommerich, for their gift of distinct proposition, so that while there also is human goodness.
forest fire problem have been the a voluntary organization of ernment and of the States, to build

subject of effective legislation in nine- timber land owners. $5,000 to the National Association of adequate waterways for the carriageof _____ u _ ) 4,
., Audobon. Societies as a memorial to
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their father the income to be
ex-
of water, and to erect levees or other

I I THE FUTURE OF THE TROPICSAre I pended within the iri the State work of of Florida.bird protection controlling probable that works the, recent and ,it disaster is highly in. mencan Good in Every .... .;

2. Resolved, that the thanks of
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and other I
the tropics, which were forages ties have protected the workers and the Florida Audubon Society be ex- .
I States along the Mississippi, the Ohio :
the Beat of powerful civilizations I their families from disease, especially tended to the officers of the National''
I and their tributaries, will tend to increase Express Country in the
and of mighty empires once from yellow fever and malaria. The Association of Audubon Societies and the public an dlegislative interest .

more going{ to become favored and effects of this experiment will be far- in particular] to Mr. Gilbert Pearson, I y
in the whole waterways prob- w '
desirable spots for civilized man ? I reaching. The tropics, at present, secretary for their generous offer to :
lem. @
Col.\ (;orgas thinks they wilIn\ a'' corftam much the largest and most meet one half of the expenses incurred World.
For the Federal Gov-
recent addreSs at Johns Hopkins Uni- productive portions of the earth's in employing a field agent in ernment many has years been spending not lav- '' I. l I IISSUED" tT

versity after describing the wonderful surface A man's labor in the tropicswill Florida during the summer season,
ishly] upon merit, but enormously with
reduction in disease under the bring him in many times the returns and that we request the National Association ,
regard to the total appropriations,
sanitary precautions established Col.\ that the same amount of labor to continue this assistancenext '
for the piecemeal improvement of the
Gorgas speculates on the effect of this will produce in the temperate zone. year. BY 1
Mississippi river and its two great
demonstration our ideas of the Heretofore he has been kept out of
on
On motion of Mr. C. II. Morse the tributaries, the Ohio and Missouri. :
place of residence. He ; these regions on account of the health I
tropics as a resolutions
following were adopted: Even such appropriations as have been
that it is an established fact (conditions. Panama has been knownas
says I 1. Resolved, that the thanks of theFlorida granted, have been made under the
that always in the past the Caucasia? the most unhealthful place in the STATE BANK J
Audubon Socitey be extended thin guise of "the needs of navigation
has wilted and died in the tropics. world, and also as having had carried
to the lion. George Payne McLean, ," whereas it is generally under-
He has found it almost impossible to into execution within its borders the ,
q. United States Senator from Connec- stood and known 'by Waterways ob-
his children under these conditions greatest construction feat man has '
rear ticut, for his efforts on behalf of the servers that the actual purpose, even ofKISSIMMEE f fhW "
and when he has survived, a ever Undertaken. If the white man y
Federal Protection of Migratory as it has developed through the work
degenerate race has'resulted.. But can live, work and rear a family un-
Birds in the Sixty-second Congress, of the Mississippi river Commission\ "
here at Panama a force of 10,000 der these conditions at Panama, he y
and we hereby request Mr. McLean has been the prevention of floods and
Caucasians has lived for the past six can do so in any other part of the :
and also the Senators and Represen- the protection of property along the
similar The will be for ;, ,
in as good health as tropics. tendency yu
years tatives from the Sate of Florida, to river banks.In I .
people live in th'e healthful parts of man to migrate to those parts of the
use their best endeavors on behalf of the last Rivers and Harbors Bill -
the United States. Not only is Panama world where he can get the largest
the McLean Bill in the Eastern which
forthcoming navigation projects, are --- -
located in the most tropical por- return for his labor. The great cen-
session of Congress. in the nature of revenue creators, suf-
of the but it has been ters of civilization will develop these
tion tropics
2. Resolved, that the Florida Audubon fered in large degree-in the interestof 1
the most unhealthful location in all regions, where man's labor applied to
Society, in annual. meeting as- controlling ,transportation bodies, y
for the four hundred natural opportunities produces the
'the tropics past !
,
sembled, hereby petition the incoming or as Waterways mel'believe, against
Caucasian has tried to greatest return.
years. The legislature of the state to pass a law their true Interests-in order that Buying 'Orange'Groves }
live here and use Panama as a cross Our sanitary work at Panama, says .
affording; the same protection to the more than nine' millions of a total of
t, ing-place, but ho has found it impossible Col. Gorgas, in a recent issue of The
robin as is now given to other song about forty millions should be applied -
to do so. The toll of life has Journal of the American Medical Association -
and insectiverous birds in this state. to the construction of levees
hespentin the : will be remembered as the
been very hl.avy"whl'1I I We also hereby record our conviction along the banks of the lower Missis-
jungle of the isthmus oven the few event which demonstrated to the
that protection should be given sippi. This is not fair to the East or
that for the white man that he could live in perfectly -
days were necessary to the meadow-lark and logger-head to the Middle West, and in view of
to I health the tropics that IN 'OSCEOLA COUNTY TODAY
and when he attempted good in ; ,
crossing; shrike ( butcher bird). the recent appalling loss of life and
with the french under I from this period will lie dated the be- .
ktuy longer, as We fare also of the opinion/ that property, it would seem to be the duty UNDER $1,000 PER ACRE
loss appalling\ of the great white civilizations if
litI.eMeps, the was K lining
there should be a closed season for of the Mississippi advocates to throw
What has made the dilTeiuue,' l between i in these regions; and that again It. Just Like"
all game birds, as well as for the tur- olf the mask of navigation which ,
invulidism and loath in the one great: tropical empires will be Known,
key, the quail and the duck serves only to hinder legitimate navigation BUYING GOLD DOLLARS AT A DISCOUNTWe "l
and robust and vigorous healthin ,uth as. existed in the early history
period, We are also of the opinion that the projects, and stand out boldly, Si'"
the other period It is duo solelyto nf, man such as Egypt, Babylon and ;
shooting of live birds from traps away from the Rivers and Harborsbill .

the fact that the American authori-,, I Nine\eh.i ) , _ should be prohibited in the state of for exactly what they want and 'If
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vv '" - VV V v. are offering; some spiced d Grove at just half of the above .
Florida. must have, if the Mississippi, the

And we are of the opinion that a Ohio and the other tributaries of the figures. ''

I I FLORIDA AUDUBON SOCIETYThe I Game Commission, similar to that "Father of Waters" are to be brought

of Alabama should be provided and under proper control.It \. LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU

school teachers and pupils. of ;.tenAts of nature; study and bird maintained in the state of Florida. is wholly improbable that they

KiBsimmo--- whom Miss Katherine 11. protection. The( officers/ of the past year wen will ever be able to build] their great :

Stuart recently visited in 1 the interestof The reports of the president, Dr. re-elected on Motion of Judge T. Pic controling works through the annual H. M. Breaker &Co. .

the Florida Audubon Society will W. F. Blackman, of Rollins College, ton Warlow namely: William F. raid in the name of navigation, upon

be glad u hear that the twelfth annul of the secretary, Mrs. I. Vanderpool Blacman Winter Park, president; the Rivers and Harbors Bill. That ,,

me..ting "f tae society was heldon of Maitland; of the treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. I I. Vanderpool Maitland, secre- bill is intended solely to advance com- __ L __ __ "

the .fternoon of Tuesday, March I L I 1' Bronson of Maitland, and of thehnu tary; Mrs. L. P. IJronson, Maitland,

25, at Hiawatha drove; the spacious "' man of the executive committee, treasurer; vice-presidents: : Miss Ma- TOLD IN KISSIMMEEA

and beautiful home of the late L. F.Domr'OMch :MKingsmill Marrs, now residentof ria R. Audubon Salem, N. Y.; Lin-

Maitland. road and coln lIully, president of John B. Stet- REWARD I
at lurence i Italy, were ac- $1,500

About One hundred members and ".pt ,id. son University, DeLand; Mrs. II. B. Resident Known to all Our Readers
Whipple, Maitland; George N. Cham- Relates
weatherwas an Experience. ,
friend:, were present. The five points have characterized the i

ideal and the lo.el/: and magnificent work of the society during the preset berlin, Daytona; Frank M. Chapman, Readers of the Valley Gazette have Fifteen Hundred' Dollars Reward will be paid for information
which a fortune president of the Audubon Society of been told again and again of the mer-
/ grounds, upon made a tine ( : year: the state of New York; Wm. C. Com- its of that reliable, time-proved kid- leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who murdered -
;i has been expended 1 1. The enlarging of the Executive
stock, Winter Park Rt. Rev. Wm. C.
; Pills. j
sl.ttil'l for a meeting devoted to the ney remedy-Doan's Kidney Carl Hilliard and Raymond Harris.
Committee, so as to secure members Gray, D. D., Bishop of South Florida, The experiences told are not those of
fom all parts of the State. Blount] L H. INGRAM -
Orlando; Hon. W. A. Pensa- I unknown persons, living far away.

". The bringing into closer relationship cola; lion. L. C. Massey, Orlando; C. The cases are Kissimmee (cases told I Sheriff Osceola County. :Jj

PROMPTRESUITSCOUNTPimples and cooperation of the Na- H. Morse, Winter Park; E. O. Painter Kissimmee I
by people.
tional Assiciation of Audubon So- Jacksonville Dr. Theodore S. Pal- I Raymond t
; Z. W. Bass, contractor and builder, il 4 4who
;eties and the Florida Audubon So-
c mer, Assistant Chief of the Bureauof Clyde Ave., Kissimmee, Fla.] ; says:
ciety, and the tmploying by them '
: United States
Biological Survey,
a "My back was so lame that I could Harris il.j.
and Bolls Are a Nuisance to iointly of Miss Katherine H. Stuartof of
Department Agriculture, Washington -
4 \ hardly get around and it was impossible r + :
T>o you have Anybody.pimples on your face, Virginia to act as field accent; 1; D. C.; W. H. Williams, Jr., Tallahassee for me to stoop or lift. I was rl ', ,

Do you have boils and I. there. an 3. The attempt to secure the cooperation -I| Representative of the Ornithologists had pains in my loins and was bothered -
itching sensation on your lower limbs of the public schools and I S
Union; Willis H. Ball, ed- with Carl
too desire to
that I* almost unbearable 'when youbegin by a frequent pass
to undress. to retire at night the women's clubs, and especially the itor of the Florida Times-Union, Jack- the kidney secretions. Doan's Kid l
Taylor's Beat Blood Medicine Is an forming of a large number of Junior sonville; Executive Committee: 'Hilliardwhen '
old-time designed especially ney Pills, which I procured at the
prescription \udubon Classes in the schools. I Mrs. Kingsmill Marrs, Maitland, f" .
containing
for that purpose Kissimmee Drug Co., soon removedthe I
and other 4. The securing of protection for the murdered 9 ,
sarsaparllla, wintergreen chairman, Dr. II. R. Mills, Tampa, trouble and I now have no cause ,
valuable Intfreolenis, combined with robin by the incoming legislature St'S'S
I vice-chairman, Mrs. W. F. Blackman,
for I confirmmy r
Iodide of potato, and It Brings prompt complaint. willingly but , + i <>1
results. 5. The offering of prizes for the Winter Park, George N. Chamberlin, former endorsement of Doan's kycorerede 1
When you take a blood medIcIne. best essays written by members of I .., ,
look- Kidney Pills and allow its continued whose body '' :
prompt results Is what you. ate !
Ing for.Come. Florida high schools. i publication." ." ,
to our store. to-day and get a With regord to the coming year it Park Mrs. Haden Orlando has
Algernon
never .
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For sale by all dealers. Price 50 . .. .. ,,
bottle take It. If you I -
and after
you urged that the society Ought to 'I '
was Miss
S }' are not satisfied, you can get your Ottylia Kokozynska, Maitland, I cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, I I""'," ..,....' ''1''. ;; ''" (.
these lines of endeavor been re '',

money back.. carry on same Mrs. Marian A' McAQow Punta Gor-
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New York sole for the United I.. .,
agents . '
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Price, ll.OO! bottle. and particular secure a very much da. S. M. McIntyre, Altamonte States. I
Tour own druggist recommends and I Inarallt.e. larger membership' all parts of the Springs Mrs. E. M. Massey,',Malt- Remember.the name-Doan'e- and 1 u $

R'I w uk.him'TaJ'lor'a about Belt lt.h Blood Medicines I' state, and. create public.. sentiment in land, Mrs, C. H. Morse, Wllltel';Park,, take no other. Adv. ,16-2t

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: FRIDAY ,
FACE .... THE KtSSIMMEE I V,A1.1. E y- G A.Z E T T'E. :', -

I Irregularities in the senators are more intelligent, better 'I. "

'' The Kissimmee. Valley Gazette. House and Senate : certain returns technical are straightened out the dressed and all round better looking

This than any other similar lot that I have nc
I _., __ money will be forthcoming. .
fV'e PUBLI BED EVERY FRIDAY OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTEBUILDING.KJSSIMMEB. [' will amount ib several thousand dol- looked' upon. It is ..only'.reasonable

: OSCEOLA COUNTY FLOJUI .. ,. Get Down to WorkDKANK lars and should help along consider. to-predict that .it. will, be .an ,interest.Ing ., :
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_-_ ---- -- ;-u ably. session hand an important one '.

W.' B. HARRIS j. .. - .Owner / j Mr. Stanford's pub1i'lty..bills, are Tallahassee e has given -the visitors.
I J OF .'OLK-' JIKADS THE SKNATK' ; AM) FAKKISS OF1) Dt1'AL is Jikclyithut its usual cordial greeting. Whenthe,
of and i
it
S. ]. TRIPLET I .. T .- -Edi'or' and Manager !( favorably spoken
_ .. _. . .,,-, RLJi.ES THE HOUSE-AFTKK: JOE LEIS SCAM they will pass. These are the. session opened Tuesday the- desks of
+ )- S S the county the presiding officers and the individual ,.
seek to give
f SUBSCR1PTION RATES;..One, _copyt Jm'y'.ar, "??__- u u__________fl.IO ((13y J. -REK.SBO) ) ) ;. i I measures that members were laden with
One COP, at' xmojith _________.- .'//6 O'ii"egpj%; three: "month. 'J ___, -.40 J -" .. .. -.- ;. -, ... .. .. '... .... I II' and. city authority to levy a directitax
.. . rposeN.. The rosccr, and the fragrance of'the flow..
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4, AH communications except from our authorized correspondent, muat 6s l "ee, r"la, April '9.-After lOll L. Farris had the speukvrship ,I: State Chamber of Commerce is behind ers filled the air. Resolutions of
turned by the writer. r 't! of preljminaries beguncurlier i j' secure some timv ago.) There'werp these bills, and there is -good reasonto th'unks to the ladies of Tallahasseewere

i Rejected matter will not be ruturpvd unl,-ea called tor.Egtered 1 this year than the custom is, some other candidates! ':hoxin/{ '' believe: that they will become law. parsed There! is only one TaU 1
'-" '" .. . . .'. .. ." .\ , - everywhere, and such
( the Florida Legislature convened! for [ around Hroward used lo say, but There is no opposition apparent, and Inhussee-roses
mail matter
In Kimilminiir.. 1 Florida.oomlcla. ii
at the Postofflco
.' -. --. ... :1 mull)"* Tuesday and is just now getting they were not doing. ) .Inul'h. .1 good.ilvn unless! some ..unfol'es'enllIta oni'm warm" people are .seldom' met
!. :'':: :C: -- the kinks incident organization (;! Terrell], who was in I h,' ruse got arises- they; should go through, witha elsewhere The old town has improved 1

1, '' Friday, April 11, 1913. Straightened out so that the /going vas and had to withdraw and Kor- good majoiity. in thv-ir favor. much during the past two

t t'I, I :- may !be '111001 h. iv-1 1 Lake who war flaking a reall.v yours.. Puved, streets, a new Elk's }t

TRIPLETT COMES BACK. The greatest, surprise in the election good: rac1. got: into a lug )htivme.ilcal -- The total and unterrified Democrats' I home. a new dormitory at the college,

t of officers/ came in the remarkable and had to quit| so that !left theBald in the !house, and there are 71 of them, I I.1 I two new banks, making a total of
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.f that /.1 fhe'i'J:!:! in the senate, lost! no timein 11.I't."taurunls and new
,, canvass made by Senator Herbert lo I Karris.' The predation. is (/ foui. many
i With this issue of the Valley Gazette S. J. Triplet again ascends the the folk at Washington : the
II. I lira lit*, of Lakeland. Since l Kailis i a I- !going} to make a good speaker letting "residences' are among improve-

: I tripod, taking the editorship and general management of the business. Mr. Senator. Diane is a near neighbor the lie has had the advantage of one1liim. ''' krovv, just how they felt about the neKTO mentbesides the work that has been

and will !people of Ki:1'"imml't'ill take an intimate t 1 I'Ml'.i: in the chair avid he has / Joe' !Lee( holding the' I best, federal!. done oil I the State( House grounds in-
work
!s t Triplet returns re-invigorated by his respite from newspaper ,,
interest in his election as president iinpiovcd! wonderfully, in the. put job in Kloiida, the (collectorsnip\ at < Milling\ cement walks and the erectionof 0

f': again lend hit valuable aid and advice in the work of building up our cit/ of the Senate, and will watch foil! > eai-. Flier" jeai.' have been. Jacksonville Th".I'l lir-t I day eleclioliers, \ at the corners of the

and county, and' keeping the paper up to the standard it has always main his career with a kind of fraternaleye. g'1\'n' mine! oi le-- const.mlly to the'tudy .before the session vvas an hour old. ,I building, set within Harry Floyd's

It will be remembered that -( of public <|iicstionwith I the resolution.were t'i'calling ..n I till'' vuiltt, I mangles., ,, :

I i j lain d. t.'IIJtor1"1\ <' was in Kissimmeesome idi-.i of putting' hiknowledge lo 1 Seeivtar.v( of the Ticasuiy' and the -- --

S I W. B. HARRIS, Owners time ago und' said that he was [1"(1" 1 II'ail lI--1. for" Falll i )has the politiial llorida" coiigiessmeii to .do what they.

!I -----. ---<>-- going! to be elected president. I bug well developed., He wants oiil,"l lo di-cotineet' Joe/. Lee fiom, thttl PAY FOR INSPECTING Si'rot

I printed what the Senator said at that logo to ( 'ongie--, and he will. probably .job. The wires, weie( soon'" sizzling

I a WE'MUST HAVE A NEW DOCK-HOW WILL WE GET IT? : time, but I had :so often heard 1 hope } }Kind t their' of ('111 uall)'. Sometime with the imssagc (Washington, andif ROADS AND BRIDGESI
'hot3ne
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ful candidates make such predictionsthat '>\ "hluall1I11'a", "'* a long time I I llie 1'. < iilerit doe-n't. do.unr'thtuj;

I I wasn't convinced .by: what the elf but the political' wluillgig goes right' quo, 'Is tin-, Democrats' Kim, ,id.i
t
II is entirely useless lu uillici( , discuss, the necessity! of building a new
I I Senator said about his own ( liTiiTccs ,lound, vapidly in 1'londu./ and it may ,ciitamly' Iriv.- a -tiong kick, cmiiiiigS :\
i +/. city dock as every man. woman ,' child! and four-fooled animal. within., a for'I' since the last sr-sion of the i r"r 1 l'i- -uch a rely long tune lu'foie I I ontinued. fiom page 1))

I I radius of {forty miles.! ;of;{ Fti-Miuniee.: knows That the one now in use musl bet Legislature it was rather t generally I ,ir 11- get-: hi- .bune ; ; "inlor, :N'al" Bryan addic-M-d theI or run' other. services: authorized and 1'I

a' r\ eolieeiled' that Stnator! 1'ied" :M. Hudson I i gi-latul: ,i- I lie-day ev, -ning ,on thei.ni.n ;piotcd by the Hoard of County ugh
t t replaced by new one in .1 very short time. l hut we venture to offer a sug would be t the next pie-idmg. officer I'uli, Holly editoi of the :SatifurdHi +I ,- i :\ bill which> lie lias drawn, Cornnn.loners.| .

rjestion as to the manner of f procedure in the matter I the only contingency' being I that laid :aid I hi- county division root- luellv fur' I the. l'u'I"-' of keepingRepublican tier :; The latest CIMISUH, national h'1
,, hilt Keen; heir haul Sanford : out of the Deinocriil' '
1\\ lIdon'a i- / -
< retained his
by disliirt.
I The Board of Trade, at its "meeting Monday night should call a mass oi' slate, shall] govern the provisions pplW
i and) there wasno opposition to III Ill. -IP* the middle of ln -l sort ThoI "pi"muMimid' ; : to. limit iain)">;aign' exp. nf Sett t tron of lo discuss the and a special invitation extended ., arrived la-t and there, 11].- nl fn\os / '
t meeting cili/ens question I'linne ,did not come to the front a< n"; 'night : D- -n a cniiuplpnulici :Si; "r : All lour or parts of laws in r.
j Council! be lake the discussion.. a candidate until recently, and there :N I'ubodv left In wait, for now. (1'or ] int., but he wanta -. pa
( the members of{ the City. to preentto pall in ci.iifli.t heiew all are hereby repealed.
t f' Ay re few, who thought (that he had I 1.,"?: ha- II", 'bl1l ready; to mtio-, j jute, law I'mthat. Senator" ; liryan's" Iton
i t, :S I ( In- mi shall become
Let that. meeting appoint a committee to go fully into the matter and report did and hcai l I lull, also for the eliminationut ? a u
I any t bailee.' It had been ten jeur., f. t going to gel >\uAilli -\ provide- law upon its passage und approval

y lo another meeting ref cili/ens at the earliest possible date their plans, and if :since i he took an active 1111'1 I.t in it 'as -oon a- \'lylhll'l' I Irrad.v" i the -.'. "lid prin.irv: lie explainedit bv the <(< ;InvernorTin ,
i 'I,Ihr I... t'at I... fun, ln'-t. he could, but it doubtful
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politics-( on his own account( I and it light' ina.v) on in t i 1 ;II'
i is
Ihey ale accepted we feel 1 s-ali.sfied ihe Council,) will. at once take steps to carry Wtry
.
I out l often that a man < an hap out ,tin- !- ptllill-brd.' eVel.V thing looki..Mid I il I anybody understood, ) .it. I'", I Ili. I is a matter, that we have for

i 'I them into effect. for such a length of turn1 and. then loi, Ili, div i.-ior.i-t-, 1'111' fact i jI |oil' |1'... .. "f "making' it better tmdeiIMM jnlvocuted. and, sincerely trust

t No one denies that the present dock is in a most unsafe condition, in fact Diane iv a l positive four He ha* Ic.i-1, ,n iojit\t disi\ i"ti? t t"II> and ; ,lo, hold a "mm' I k elu,., ion in the 'I 1 holt S< i aim Dom-guii) and Representative Miiqd
is liable to fall al any moment and unless something is done lo insure its' I be. The of ,, , bill fur I IMil :Stanford, will the: measure
the essential optimism( (furuu "s in, 11.11 more! -> ntniu-nt Ilv I IMimbei 0:1-: \vliell tile rem.up" con give

s safely( and that too, within a very short time, we will witness a catastrophe politic-- ; he goes pus.sy-footing around, -" far, n- I hue: heaid it /, 'ration li" i-xeinplify the wuikmgit i I IH-II- full -upport' We have con- e d.

I t with c\pri'--id' I is favotalile, tn diijon. I, llie in-t and .second" "choice, , much
i the like of which never before befell this State. an impeltuibuble face but' he ; county -y-lemi teiiilid( nil along! (that of the 31ealts
iilvvajs has time to be pleasant aniliftiesn't \ \ Theie :Ins two tights on in 1 IDeSnto I["to|".o-'ed. Thl'yI ,-''' i is III <'I'|'ieia' ,couiilv'-, "' money habeen wasted
J I Only a few weeks ago a large number of visitors to our city were carried r mind telling you what lie, ) : lounty ; one to cut off the I t lion' in \\i-con.sin' and other/. sL'atr'I' ,wlien, spent on r..adol'k., for the w

i.'t. on a lake excursion, being forced to use the dock to get to the boats, and I thinks and why he thinks it. ThereVnothing -outh end and another to cut off the jml liar proved .i+tisfoliiiy., ,reason" that the commissioners from

mysterious about him.. I though) north end The -out heat county to Senator'" Ilrvan aroused Ihe inof. |the. --viral distnrts were, not allowedper The
not in all that crowd but felt "creepy" from the time he set foot
a person on : he has a reserve that i i- whol'somc.So '''be known as 'I rabue and'thu other aSemmole t lie Kepubliians' when h<- opposed the |' diem, for inspecting the roads and mp

i i' until again safe on boat or land. There is an entertainment scheduled to : Theie's, one from :\1 a dlU a. i'onfii mution of Judge Cheney for Ih. |bridgeand! the taxpayers had no ere
I it happened after Hud-on had
I with, :\It.lro"- as the county seat, '1" be southern ,distiic' judgeslnp and he ,ught' to demand of them{ work withoutciiinieiisation.
I'a' IlmuI.
lake place on Paradise Island on the 18th and another at an early date at the thing sewed up that Drane. tamealong '
I taken from .Minima, I'utnam; ("lay, v threatened by the Orlando Sin ,; | No one could expect

I ( Southport. The people who will attend these entertainments will be among j Hi didn't and have took much it away of a showing from him.to I and Bradford. This county is to be t:inel/, that there were four thousand t tRepublicans them' to give their time\ to such work f .

the best of our city's inhabitants, and if an accident should occur there is not make but neither" of Drane'-* opponents I named Santa Fe III case it becomes a'I' I m Florida, who voted, in'' without/ pay and they tire not men 16 w
I county. There's another from Washington t lie Democratic primaries who \\1I1IId'l of h of this world'sgoo.js there
made fight : |possessed so nun .
one among us who-could ever again honestly look himself in the face and any aftl'rlol1day.
with I'anama City as their, resent t his interference Senator
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a' to be able to devote part
Things: were pretty hot around the j jItiyan any
:l believe he had done his duty by his fellow beings. I Leon hotel, Sunday as the members county seat, to he known as Hay cnunI I I, _. was applauded when heaid ?j nf their time to. philanthropy *specnilly 'Then

!ty, and another from Dadl'.Ih. Kt. I ILauderdaJe 1 ic didn't purpose that Joe Lee and when I the of this
The life of the veriest pauper who ever walked our streets is worth the I came in, for there was a sufficient | people r
1 ] as the county seat to be 1! 'hubb -honld the l-'edeial
name ,, well able the bill.
county are 10IIY
number of them pledged] to the /
I sway innigh
's .price of every dock that ever was or ever will be constructed in Florida. balance of power, and I Drane saw known as Bro 'ard. Tie) ( )runR'e'ludges of Florida so long as he re- j If this bill becomes a law, and we

: It is the people who will be called upon to pay for building the dock them first -though he didn't fail to county divisiomsts are looking around limned. in the Senate, and he didn't ]hope' and! trust it does, we can expect
for another name, a-s Harney doesn't think that Democrats\ of the Slate J, f
and from our knowledge of the members of the City Council we are satisfied attend services at the Episcopal 1 and demand that they give per-
.: .) ''t,'. church. Before the caucus Monday please them all. They came near set- 1 would allow\) him to punished/ for j ,sonal attention to our roads and rytikot
will their hearty approval the expressed wishes of people in tling Seminole when heard what he done ,
,they give our night both Adkins and Hudson had upon they ; had to prevent JudgeCheney I bridges, and will hold them accountable
about the other Seminole county in from holding' the position to win.N .
withdrawn for their condition.
this matter. from the race. Prior to I :
< the making, and this caused them to which he was appointed by .President .
'[ The.. time to begin work on a new dock is 'now,.not' after some accident the and Hudson convening stood of near the the caucus Secretary'sdesk Drane go on another'! still hunt for a name, raft.'. ?' S., .TAX, NOTICE.N'otice lx res

which had not been decided at this Immediately following the introduction
has -
occurred will
that lasting
cause a regret. and thepresident to be was getting Maturn
I, a line on the senators' seats. writing of the resolution inviting is hereby given that the extension -

"Whose seat is that?" he asked Hudson | Senator Bryan to address the I.egislatuie 'M! of :10 days allowed by the
NOT A REFERENDUM. The Curse of "Style." I Senator Arthur K.: Donegaii' and |IRepr'nlulle on the primary, bill anotheritsolution County< (CiinimissinntTs for the dosing J. V
pointing to No. \II-"Ih.: ( unlucky j i
H. Stanford
There i is much in the he Clay arrived was introduced in I the I of the State and County tax bookswill ( ( ti(
One of our State exchanges says wisdom utterance number said as Hudson .
ofi :Now York Herald cone turned to see where he pointed. I i Sunday and are making' a gaud I |liou-e asking (;ioxernor Turk, Traminell expire on April 150 and the book e atd
that the course followed by Governor impression. Senator Donegal) ) ) is rill'"' \) ad"] be-s the .
pondent who says that many working "That's mine," said Hudson "but it's (to Legislatuie on the 'will close !promptly on that date.C. o
Sf Trammell in publishing the columns I of good committee appointment.and s:lile" subject. Thus .it would seem L. HANDY nuly't'he
girls are victims of the absurd niibi- the (first time that l.'l: has proved to j
of the press for the benefit of I lion to !he "in fashion." be my unlucky number." \Hudson is I| Representative Stanford got on the ,that the ( ;Itivernor has itleuof Ills own li'i-'U:! Tux Collector.
Karris band ,
in the
wagon eaily gatiu'unit ,un the subject und the incident ..
the the recommendation of wasrommented -- -
people hood loser however and
when
This observation appl'os to a I I
mary is highly. regarded ,by, the tipraker. as I being,, significant' Somebody asks what has become of.the side,
'
upon
new legislation that he. intends laying others beside wOI'kinirl", for1' Drane's name had been placed" In'' ,
nominal and he is in line for (rood appouitt, that Tianunell would, be. a ,'tiidi.Iule'Iigauinl old' fashioned" girl who used to ght
1 before the body of law-makers that there is not a grade of society thai 'i.s he moved that the nomination men(,. Mr. Stanford, lo-t no time III waltz uadrille. Maybeshe's be
and
dance
Itryun four hence. Thalhere a <
he moved, that the years | |
not under the of what is culled. nomma-
curse I
i
t within Jr.ltlllal'llve for his He 0 ,
will assemble at Tallahassee a county.( the Macon News. m
was a suggestion of nail doing' tango.-
Children lions! be closed and that the choice of :
"style. no matter how
i j paid a visit the first day to the office,
few days is "a species of referendum.. I the be made acclamation.; ,ry in the matter t theie\ can IK- ..johnas
caucus by
poor their parents, must follow I the | of Comptroller, Knott and I
uiged' him ,doubt all of which adds alfall"I One) town in Krunce has grantedwomen
Probably the Times would not view This y.e-t to :
fashions spirit \
set by their wealthier pluymates. generous was recognized [ aS
| to hury the return of the redemption I until the
Wait
the matter any more favorably that The home of the salaried. man by instant applause. i suffrage.' rne
it already does did it coincide with I I tax money to the county. Mr. 'Knott The personnel, of the/ Legislature I is K.nglish, : 'women hear. that and then
is often robbed of all comfort und paek
our said contemporary for we are not | I took the matter up with the tax redemption more i pulthritudmous, than .it }has been i h I their I Irish.. will be up sure enough.
+ happiness by absurd efforts to "n-akc In the house it was qUite different department and I
as soon as i for: years. The and ;
over-enamored with the said refer- n-presentiitives I Savannah: I'ress.
a front as it is called, many a young
endum except only in the form contemplated The
man runs into debt and then seeks to
by the wise founders tif retrieve himself by htttin011 the nulayesby

our representative government. race track gambling with the stock'

i 1 The course of the governor Is admirable market and taking money from his I R5tvited

and very wise in our opinion I employer's till. It is safe to say that GOING I I GOING I I GOING I II

_r' for a number of good reasons; but it of the young il'l"ho go wrong, Wr ,

55 does not amount to a referendum in I nine-tenths ran trace their downfall I roily

the currently accepted sense. The' to a fatal ambition to be .stylish. | id ha.one

mass of the people as a mass have I If this awful word. style lit"I its LAKESHORE .

M.I no power to prevent the considerationof me ny derivatives, including styli.-'hest, ADDITION i,

these recommendations by the legislature could lx eliminated from our vernn-' hl.

nor, except through their ular and the ambitions that they t

b elected representatives, to defeat them ( create rooted 'put from the minds of THE HYDE PARK OF KISSIMMEE /cluesertlni

when presented for confederation. the )'oun (generations, we should

Y But the submission of them to the I, hear less about young people] "going'' Lots in This Beautiful Addition ,1 nil

public is of advantage in that it enables I wrong."-New: York Herald. are Selling Rapidly 'U. I Iu'II

intelligent citizens to read and I I I Iiy

weigh them, to form their opinions When we look at som.* parents we aIal

_ I" of their merits and to communicate \ wonder how some children can ever I NOTICETHE I

those opinionp to the representativeswho amount to anything.The h
will for them the >
speak upon .'-- w,
floor of the legislature. It gives also Long Island washerwoman who *
price; all lots inter
opportunity to the same representatives left her second husband $30,000: must on unsold facing Clyde avenue north of the canal will be rang,

t'; of 'the people to ponder before have kept these poor men hustling to raised
$25.00 xt ,
lot
S
per on
I hand the matters that will be presented !- find her jobs.-Washington Post. Monday April 14th. Anyone wishing to inspect Lakeshore umbel

1 ?( ., by the executive, to acquaint Addition
phone 66. Automobile
cY wrty
at
f themselves with the ideas and reasons That good Virginia lady who claims at your service. ., amA

} upon which they are based and thus that the discharge of our great guns ,

S j to determine their own action upon during target practice off Cape Henry J pars.

I : each measure. addled her eggs and preventedthem CLARK & MEIKLEJON : C,

I The governor's plan is an admirable from hatching, should be remunerated I I.W

!i one, and its propriety and usefulness by the government. It ',1 ev, an
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t", ( "';'1, are so obvious that we wonder that may be that the lady is mistaken but Office Heal Estate ondayrat'

,'*;..r no previous chair ever incumbent thought of of the doing executive the.same conceived her courage her in own demanding should be what reward-she In Mach I hft""e: I GET IN WHILE YOU CAN GET NEAR THE LAKE I ',1.;' Lake

'If thing.-Tampa Times. ed.-Memphis News-Scimitar. ygo t tMian

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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913 TIDE '
I .. 'KISSIMMEE. VALLEY' GA2ETTL 1.
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THE KISSIMMEE( J., W.. Spahr of Orange I .
I' Telephone N'aEitGAZETTE, Center, Mrs. Martha J. Rolfe, who has
pent yesterday In the city., '
I pent the 'winter In' Kissimmee left -

Published Every Friday- By" ,:Tomato plants for able. Theo'Ban- Tuesday, Igbt for.her; home at Fair -

'W.u.HARRIS'. dYe mont, W .y*., but will return here f

==' : i't t 16.2t in the early fall, when she will probably . t L Katz's'

O4v' OOtO"OOOOOoo.OUOOO. W J. Sears spent the past three become a permanent resident. ,y

days transacting business in Jackson. u;
Weather;Report ville. Advices received from Dozier Leit-
Correct Dress For. Men
: ner, who was taken to a sanitarium

Ernest R. Kenm, of Daytona, has ,at Baltimore a few weeks ago suffering -

Following are-the daily temperatures taken the position of .operator, the with throat trouble, are that he We therCoolers

and precipitation as Pastime. is rapidly recovering and will'be ableto Hot.

reported 'by the Government here \.
return in a few weks, -
statiOn Kissimmee for the D, 'P. Rawls, one of St. Cloud's

week ending April 10. 1913. leading lawyers, spent Monday in this J, Wade ,:\Tucker' and Leonard Williams Palm Beach Suits

i city two of Loughman's most prominent ,

MAX MIN CAIN [ men, were here Tuesday, makingthe $8.00 and $9.00

Friday . . . 88 69 . J. M Dickinson, wife and daughter, trip by auto. Mr. Tucker, with

:: Saturday'. 85 65 of NarcoosBee,. spent Saturday and his family, will move here next week Mohair Suits

... . Sunday here, guests at the Graystone.E. .
Sunday. 80 68 . and' occupy the Hunter cottage on t A variety of patternsat

ti Monday . . 84 56 A. Neimeyer returned to the Emmett street, which he has leased. (15.00Straws

. . . 81 61 .
t Tuesday. city Tuesday night after a week spentin H. G. Seiver reports the sale of 8200 '.
Let take
Wednesday 83 69 .
I Jacksonville attending to business acres of land at Sterling to Baldwin us andPanamas !
82 66
Thursday! matters.
&.Fuller of Litchfield, Ilk; 40 acres on I WEt] E an Arrow

oo.oooooo.ooTHE Shingle Creek to Lewis Nelson, of
Walla Nickels
and Mr. J. Wepklerleft I yourmeasure for
Shirt i
Tuesday for Benton Harbor, Hyanus[ Neb.; 32 acres on Shingle every The new summer style

I'M' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II Mich. Mr. Nichols' family will fol Creek to Mr. Pittman of Georgia; St. function and for $1.50 to $5.00
low later. Cloud property to John Peterson, of II every

LOCAL fiELD. Iowa. sport--madeinthegood Soft Shirts
Lewis Watley, accompanied by his now
wife and mother, came up from Rar- Mesdames 11. C. Stanford, H. w'l Arrow way of fabrics Large variety with soft col-
Thurman and R. D. Porter left
i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tow and spent last Sunday with !Mr. lore to match French
day night for Jacksonville to attend that and colors 1 that
and Mrs. J. R. Smith. For summer suit. We wear and
Strand wood $1.25 per strand. the annual convention of the Grand your cuffs, $1.00 $1.50

'rornpt delivery within city limits, The Holy Rollers who were holding Lodge of the Eastern Star, which met guarantee you a perfect fit will not fade.

['hone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-! their meetings in a tent opposite the in that city on Wednesday, they being
Lake ]House have pulled) stakes and delegates from the local chapter in and give you a variety of The Arrow label on a

( onnng soon at the Pastime, Miller' to (find wicked this They expected to re-
gone a city. city. are 500 choice woolens to shirt stands for service
|tl i original 101 Ranch pictures. turn on this evening' train.
Clayton Bros, purchased the bowling elect from. l
The 1 Board of Trade meets! Monday alley Monday of B. R Miller who Mrs. Mollie\ McVeigh, after several and satisfaction. 1

'ight! has leaned a building in Lukeland and months pleasantly spent in this city
and
$2.00Katz's
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. I will build an alley there. left Tuesday night for Indiana, Penn $1.50 ,

Mrs. McVeigh was so delighted with
pply to II. N. Bratton. lltf Mrs. Carrie Jackson secretary to our people and climate, as well as the ARRowCorrect

W H. Brokaw with Griffing Broth- County School Superintendent Mar- beauty and extreme healthfulness of

shall Moore\ spent Sunday in Kissim- that it is she will be
|i' the tree people. 40tfIt our city, possible

numbered among our permanent residents )
i-- )'t,>ur duty, Mr. :Man, to attend TrIunc.1laymond before the year closes.! Correct Dress For Men i

e< meting, oC the Hoard of Trade'I that rebels firedon 1
Lanier, member of the The papers report

wood, night. (I Board of County Commissioners from Cananea Sonora, Mexico, Saturdayand
of that
Wood, Wood. Phone 168 the (Campbell district was here Monday have taken )possession -
- -
J. B. Woodbeck has sister
a ,
town.:
>r your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per7tf to attend( the regular monthly '
I living there and is unable to get any quaintances but those who knew him ['I and marine gas engines, and many I f
of the Board
rand. meeting authentic news as the town has been say that h<> was a perfect gentlemanand I I plants in Florida are equipped with

Miss Lizzie- Floyd is spending a I F. S. Key uiui wife left ;Monday for cut of( from (communication, bridges of splendid ('hara<'ter. .1 the products of his Michigan hOlse.-j i

Juplc of weeks with friend at !Mt.Men's \ St.. Cloud for a week's stay, after burned anti totally surrounded for a W. B. Crawford has returned from i I imes Union. j I

erde, which they will to St.. \Peters weeks. I '
of
go couple !
a brief, visit to Tallahassee. FOR SALE-Pure Rhode Island Red I New Bargains Every .
Minn., where they 'will make theirhome
; serge suits summer weight;; in future. Tuesday J. M.: Lee shipped to his Wanted-Good stout boy to learn \ hens good laying strain. C.. II. j, Day at P'

f\v lot just arrived. Also a few Southport farm a pair of Duroc hogs baker's trade. Home Bakery. Hi-It Blanchaine, 217 Mabbette. 16tf 7'Dana's

dish gray suits. F. II Lawson.It Eugene Bryan travelling repre- that he says are just about the finest

I The Guarantee Inv.. and Loan Co.. sentative of Wilson & Toomer Ferti- thing that ever came this way, thatis Representative Stanford was signally Department Store
in except his flock of bronze turkeys honored yesterday when the
Fla. lend money at 5 per cent lizer Co., of Jacksonville was the
mpa, city this week visiting his parents and bunch of angora goats. Anyhow, Jacksonville Metropolis printed his
In small monthly in- YOU
crest, payable 6tttl. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bryan. we know they are fine, for Mr. Lee picture on its first page, giving him \
for particulars.
mtnts. Write never permits common stock of any credit for the preparation and intro-

. Hull was tailed to Leslie Ga., Frank Walker, representing the character to desecrate the good muck duction of the publicity bills that willi) .

1 i is week to attend the bedside of hiM Bassenger district on the Board of soil of Southport.Mr. give counties and cities the right to +I ran depend on gelling a fair

County Commissioners, was here Mon- levy tax to advertise their localities.
other who is seriously ill at that a deal from any grocer with t
in attendance the regular and Mrs. A.-J. McPonough-of
day upon Kissimmee Post Cards
nee monthely meeting of the Board. Lakeland, spent Sunday here with Senator Donegan has been honored I the nerve to r

|Thc steamer Lillie, Capt. Clay John- Mrs. McDonough's parents, Mr. and with the chairmanship of the com- /c. Each Third FloorDann's '

In. made a special trip to Turkey O. R. Bass of Whittier, was here Mrs. II. M. Porter. Mr. McDonough,, mittee on Public Lands and Drainage, 1!, Print His Prices _

Monday to attend the regular meet- who is manager of the new auditoriumat which isone of the most important - --
ammock this week to carry some Store
eight. ing of the Board of County Commis- Lakeland informs us that matters committees of the Senate, especially II NOT JUST AS GOOD BUT- Department

sioners, of which he is a member.E. have been adjusted between the own- at this time, when the State has just

|j. A. Rowe sold his place near ers of the theater and the city coun- let the contract for surveying tho I The VeribestWe ,
left for his
L. Lesley Tuesday
rydia to Mr. Farnsworth of South cil, and he will reopen the playhousethe Everglades, looking tthe reclamitionof ,
ranch headquarters at Camp Ham- specialize:
kola, and will move. his family into. 14th and has secured the pictureof that vast territory. .
Iwn. .mock, to make an inspection of the Kissimmee for his opening night Armour's StarJIams ____ 22c ,

condition of his thousands of head of Advertise in the Gazette. Armour's Smoked Bacon. 18c : '
's i.1 t
r '.- ' :
"
{Mra. Steels, of Flushing, N. Y., who cattle on the Kissimmee prairie.. Dan Prescott, one bf the most pros. Armour's White Salt Meat l cArmour's : .
G. B. Poe who for number of
II been the-gueet of her brother, W. perous and progressive; farmers in a I White Cloud
Dr. Sibert will preach Sunday at Perkins & Co. of
represented
years : ,
Makinson, for several'weeks, has this section of Florida, was greetinghis Lard _._ 1234 !
of SkirtsDann's
11 a. m. on "Fire from Heaven, at Grand Rapids, Mich., in the South I New Line
turned to her home.J. friends in Kissimmee yes- "
7:30 his subject will be "Workers and many and particularly Florida, making Armour's Veribest Pork & Beans

| W Oliver has just completed the Shirkers." A cordial invitation is cated terday.about Mr.! twelve Prescott's miles.n farm
of a fine bungalow on his extended to all to attend these ser- taken his travelers' diploma and Armour's Veribest Canned
portion the most
simmee and he employs up- : ;
'e acre tract in West Kissimmee,, vices.A. the cultivation of framed it arid hung it in the lobby of Meats )3
to-date methods in ,
il it this week with his the Hotel Manhattan, Kissimmee, !
occupied F. Bass, one of St. Cloud's his crops. It has been some time Armour's Top NotchGrape I yti
InnlyI where it can be seen by the "boys" '
Juice
prominent business men, as well asa since he visited Kissimmee, and expressed -
who stop over at that hostelry, he I j I
I There will be a great time at the member of the Board of County much gratification over the 'I' Armour's "Cloverbloom ,
having leased the for |
same a number -
silence of Mr Meiklcjon on the Commissioners, waR in the city Monday many improvements here. The butler i*7
of years, and intends to make it I ,
H will to to attend the regular meeting of 1 Armour's OleomargerineEvery '.
IKth. you
of the pay
ght
| : Lee Jarrell who is a student of the a place where the tired and weary I
besides the Civic Ix-ugue needsc that body. I item fully guaranteed Fresh Chocolates Third r "
State University at Gainesville, spent traveler will find a nice cleah room ,

money. A.-'F:. [)onegan/ and II C. Stanford Tuesday night here with his parents. .ml bed, a good square meal, and all 'i by
Floor
John Floyd, who for many fearsus left for Tallahassee on Saturday Code Hill, of Orlando he who be- I the comforts Of home. Mr. Poe hav- WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S ;i iDann's

a resident of this section, 'but why\ night the former; to represent this came famous in these parts many ing been on the road for many years I i '

S made Macon, Ga., his home foifu district in the State Senate, and the years ago by declining to have his haircut I Appreciates the requirements of the i Department Store t !

past three years arrived ,,,.It'.la..t latter Osceola county in the House of or shave his whiskers until a traveller and will take especial painsto 'i I;

rela'ive-. Representatives. Democratic president was .elected and see that the knights of the grip .... j'
with
eek for visit
a Dit'kerson I.,
Bld'g Broadway .
who publicly made his bet good on who call on him are well taken care I '

The I Laymen's meeting will be held Mrs I David Fisher and daughter the public square in Orlando March of. The line that !Mr. Poe formerly Pbone 250. --- Quick Delivery I ,r. ..

inlay afternoon at II o'clock at the Geneva Esther of South Bend Ind., '4, was a visitor to our city Wednesday represented was, shingle machinery I '
church, and will be led arrived in the city Wednesday of last of face so I a :
li hytenan and his change was ----- r
will remain until early -
Rev J. I D. Sibert. The public are week and complete that his old friends failed ,

vlted. G. V Parker president. summer. While here they will be the to recognize him. The following Circular Letter Explains the Situation: Special Bargains in i i
guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. (Hicks. .
--
;,
;
:> Mrs. I). B. Hernngton and and wife, of Kansas *
4r and ]Hays Walker Secy.W.
Mrs. J. I D. Sibert and two children IRVING DREW Pres't & Gen. Mgr. L. T. SPENCER, Shoes i;
iily have closed,) their bungalow left Friday" for Parjgould, Ark., City Mo., who were here for a week S. KENNEDY, Vice Pres. J. M. GFAHAM R. I D. YORKW. '
III I have to their home in China, the of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. I
guests
gone where they will spend several weeks W. GATES Jr., Treas. GKO. K. KRICKER Dann's Department store
one They will spend a week in Nelson left for their home Saturday.Mr. .
I
t. v YOl'k..n route. They will .return with relativesMrs.\ Sibert's visitat Walker is an extensive traveleras I THE IRVING DREW CO. !
winter. this time was necessary in orderto of
KisMmmee. next well as an editor and proprietor I
look after the settlement, of herfather's
the American Hereford Journal and MAKERS OF WOMEN'S, MISSES'
luestions will be discussed at the< estate. I t
.
when he that Kisbimmee. is the
says
AND CHILDRENS' SHOES
of the Board of Trade Mon
"lifting
Mrs. M. S. Robinson of South Bend prettiest, the cleanest the most pros- j f
a.;, night that will certainly interest Ind., who has been touring Florida perous looking and contains the most Portsmouth, Ohio, April, 1913 f
'll. !If don't attend the meeting I Alger Books ClothBound Ii
you kick against for the past few months reached hospitable people he ever visited it Owing to the flooded condition of the Stale o(; Ohio for the past ten .
i'u'11 to
have no room Kissimmeo last week, and will remain means much. That's what he said,, 'I days we have been unable to use the mails to communicate with our CUlltomei'S

fny action taken. until May 1. Mrs. Robinson expressed !: and a lot more good things about our regarding conditions locally. lOco Third "

J..l. (' Sponnler and wife returned ti I herself as greatly pleased with our city. He and his wife will visit us Portsmouth, along with other Ohio towns suffered from these floods FloorDann's .

home in Grand Rapids Mich., city,, saying it was the prettiest and again. : but the reports circulated were greatly exaggerated. We had the highest
visited. I water ever known in Portsmouth, and lost a good many houses by water,
st week after spending a' delightfu I cleanest place she had yet Dick C. Ratliff, who .came to this but only lost one life by drowning, and no loss by fire. The river is now Department store :
Enter in Kissimmee. They mad She is stopping at the residence of several months suffering t receding slowly and inside of next week conditions will be normal.
here fo r Dr. and Mrs. M. J: Hicks. city ago c
irahgements for quarters from throat and lung trouble and who Our main factory on- Tenth Street was not flooded and we have
'xt season and expect to bring a i of stock hand for Can also handle ,
Jas. A. O'Berry, proprietor of the bas been occupying a tent, r.ioved tc : plenty goods on ready shipment. sizing
umber with them al e orders promptly.
of friends along up
Lake Marion hotel, and Julian Monts- the Lake House Monday night and :a
>ey were more than pleased..... with ou r doca were up from Whittier this week was found dead in bed the following.1 To those who have partial shipments due on spring orders we will N1
,, ask to bear with few days longer until back
we get
ty and our climate. dui .ua a can employees
in the died time
business matters -
looking after morning, having some .
to work and we will make .shipments promptly, a.s nearly all spring ordersare
A party of aix, including! Mr. aniIrs. d city. Mr. O'Berry stated to a Valley ing the night. Deceased'was a mem- finished. v I Base Balls and Bats

Cohoon of Kissimmee, Mr. an<
Irs. Weatherbee of Hilliards Island, is now within six miles of Whittier of which order took charge ol THE IRVING DREW COMPANY. lOco Each 1 1Dann's '?

is expected to be complete the remains and wired his relatives,
fev. and Mrs. Wyatt of Tampa, lef t And
''y' onday in Mr. Cohoon's motor boar t to that point by some time early i ir ir, who answered asking that the body Department Store ; ri
have that will reach i
; a two weeks' trip down the rive next month. He also said the people t be embalmed and that a brother wa I 'We many goods us by+express just as 1 1I I

Lake Okeechobee. They will pro a' of Whittier were planning a bi| coming to take charge of the funeral soon as the conditions permit shipment 1f y, ii '
celebration in honoi Mr. Ratliff of retiring disposition f l.i.< ,w
Fourth of July was a .
,; y go to Ft. Lauderdale and possibl y: Exclusive shoe store
Miami before their return. of the advent of the road. and therefore made, few 'ac- : Dutton-Harris Company N I ,tki,' J *< .'

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{ .... FRIDAY, ARKJLJyt.: 1913
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: PACE 8.. .. 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.h . .' .

o ., _

h -- grower will be discussed and many TEMPLE TO RETIRE Dr. Breaker who was on his way to'j VAISTS !

: FLORIDA F FRUIT : fruit and vegetable-distributors from church, and he had to threaten SHIRT Listen youvlllenjo?

all the principal markets in the north FROM EXCHANGE with his stick to make him desist, and j MIISLINS BPETTICOATS

AND VEGETABLES and south will be present. was laughed at by the crowd. Last fresllCrispundermuslinse

I
'. VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS WILL RESIGN THE PRESIDENCY placer pulled down the street sign, rand NWVerist

Cars shipped last week ........ 588 AT THE EXCHANGE MEETING and threw it away from where it belonged canal ]

...... ONE HUNOREJTctRS A OAK Cars shipped week before last .. 484 and laughed and. hollered until

APRIL17TII.. 'I bed time, Up and down Breaker av- ,a pefticOAtel

., flocked whistling, calling
enue they
". '--- -' The vegetable movement last week -

," 7-- OP CITRUS FRUITS SIIIPI'ED- was 588 curs or 104 more cars than Mr. W. C. Temple will 'resign as I.'dogs, laughing and singing. In a /

the previous. The Pret'ident.'ot the Citrus and word, carrying on in a very unbecom \ a
: OUTLOOft FOR NEXT SEASON was shipped week Exchange. ,
increase has been largely from the | will retire life. ing.manner. Now can't something be
U' IS THE MOST FLATTERING private ,
West Coast and central Florida, as 1 He made this announcement yesterday / done to put a stop to this conduct? I If '

IN MANY YEARS the East Coast shipments were not I at Tampa, saying: "On April I7th If their parents will not put a .- 4YI

as heavy owing to weather conditions.It I will make my farewell speech to the stop to it, what: is to be done ?

The following is taken from this is believed by the vegetable citrus growers of Florida. I hope that These negroes pay no tax. Why I i'

week's New York Packer: growers:! throughout the state that I all the members of* the Exchange should they be allowed to worry those ,

I __ I lI [ weather conditions will be more-fa whom I have never met will be present who do with their unruly conduct?
t I
I vorable from now on until the closeof so IhiU I can personally greet TAX PAYER.

FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS the season. The heavy rains and I ouch one. I will be glad to get back \ ;
Cars shipped week before lust rlli(i THREE RULES FOR HAPPINESS : % :
hot sun in/ many sections have pla'edhll'OC 10 private life but after having labor ,
.. Curs shipped last week___ __ with the crops, causing blight, ed for 1 so long it seems rather hard ,
Total cars shipped to last Sat I A Neurologist Says "Play Bell Gel (
drowning out plants and preventing to give up old associations. '
urday ____ ____ n'h'.u _ !li! ,732:! their fields. Busy and Saw Wood."
truckers from working in/ "When 1 became general managerof
I The citrus fruit is still I
moving '
.
crop The beans cucumber and tomato the Exchange I expected to hold 9 9S
at the rate of about MID cars per day: Dr. George L. Walton, the neurolo- I'
crops have suffered heavy damage at that position only one year. At the
and prices are advancing. More than Gainl"K\'iIle. I gist, lectured recently at the Harvard 5-r-::
:Micnnopy.i McIntosh! Center lend of (hat time I was asked to serve
:20,000 have left the Slate this Medical school on how to live througha
cars
:!; t /Hill Webster. Hu.shnell, Coleman ,,1I110t. hl'r'l'ar.; and then another the health and happiness.
.'w, l season and the end is not in sight. life of happiness rather than one of Outdoor life gives
.and other points The damage to I; excuse being that I ought not to quit) I
c" The quality of in good exept fret and fears. machine
oranges beans has been heay as at many I: until the Exchange got on its feet. kill yourself over a sewing
t < fruit from the most southern 'I II Me said the present time was a less 1 Why
!points! this crop was ready to move The Exchange; is now out of debt and and
counties. Oranges from many points I emotional period than that of fifty to our store, In a
I black come
land I'alhas/ caused blight and 0(1 a prosperous basis, I fed that I when you can
I there are too large and have hung on I years ago, but that there was still
'i spot on the low lands hut high land have done my duty I will very gladly the garments all com
I "1 much If there less few moments buy
t one trees too long, having little juice. Thel',1 I nervousness. were ,
(crops are looking/ good. \" give away to some one else. My successor -
t 'Ina) shipment received I here this week of argument, swearing and fretting, take weeks to
; would you
in the Center
a hard l rain last Sunday 1 will have a much easier time plete that It
44 t' -from one of the southern counties was and more willingness to listen to criticism -
i Mill section which caused moredamage II III than I have h'ad. although there will
I
A pral'ti'lIllyrthl...",<. in a sane manner, there would make yourself?
I The Tomato fields at some still Ixbattles to fight.
,fY !No doubt the citrus fruit movementwill I He few cases of nervous prostration, from the
: ', points 1 will hate to lie/ replanted] which' "In I'.tdii! I retired to my private estate We have all kinds of "lingerie"
said.
run more than 2r/>,000( cars before no
will make\ crops some later than a'1-1 in Winter I'aik and there enjoyed -
j the season is dooe. The largest crop i! The workingman should come home durable styles to the sheer, dainty
ticipated. The cucumber crop ( three years at ease." My place isequipped plain,
;err shipped from the state !beforetlrs I Bitch day" tired and happy, instead of
"land a great deal of rain and if II> 1 with improvement enjoyed '
I : Reason, was the "season of IiMO-11! I every tired and cross, )Doctor Walton de- outfits for the trousseaux.We .
weiithei condition remain" as bv i nimbi(.ants' '' of cities. I have
'i when about (i 100,000 I ) boxes were shipped. ) abbas tinfore, part of the' fll\'III"1 my own gas light plant, electricity, clared. He thought wealth that the forerunnerof pooling'of have also shirtwaists "that fit" and

t .j [ t truckers, will still make\ a fairly enod i line, enormous was a de
telephone
pmale sewerage .sys ,
experienced
;/ The orange mid grupefiint) crop the doom of civilization. The child have "style" created by
1 clop The watrimelon crop IiImoo tem, hot and l eold water at any hour
\\ ill be laige next season, according 'of today he said, after crawling in
hull) I III low places but on high land of the' night or day two water sys- I'
j its crib has discarded the "Now I signers.
(tn many )prominent growers. (On PinolIHB / : lay
t this i.- in good condition. from well for'drink\
crop tem.s, one a deep,
'.nitH.ular some' growers claim thecrop I me down to sleep" in favor of "Don'tmention When buy our ready-made goods,
i 1'ii-ans: and cucumbers are m..\m)>* ing purposes the other, from lake\ fo"I you
of grapefruit> will, be light but death to me or I will lie
) in cat lot- from man)' points. In spite ht; \ atnry purposes. After getting a leisure service and style for
awake all night. buy
i r'ports' from Dade) county are thathole you ,
of I hi- ,adverse weather conditions tincailot taste of this> life I was called]) to Tam
( is every prospect of a bumper Three rules for happiness laid down the material would cost
. nt'the little than
vegetables on
more
. I inoM'inent 1''' 1thought I was only going to he' 1
s' for next The groves have liy the doctor were: "Don't harbor aurouch
crop) year. state \\ill be much heavier thlweek her 1 1 rented 1 flat. and 1
a ) car, so a "
(bloomed earlier and the fruit is s('l.r l. "Don't live in the past, and you.

The reports) circulated that next season hate ter-Star been, in the (flat ever, MIH i> 'Don't play the martyr." his. favored.! I H. C. STARFORD. & CO
Kepoi,
rules for a life of almost unalloyediliss !
there will be grapefruit famineis '
a '
I! I'KNSIO.N:: :: : Kl :-11 FOR
not borne out by careful inquiryin I are : "I'lay ball-get busy and
a
I CITI'II'I.OES:: ) \: HKUK'S l ONE KIIOM: Al'STKAUA -
+ '-aw wood. -New York World.
different sections of the state. *II
A manhile riding throughthe thickened with bran
broth
young him
I I idence in a hut near Ickenhain. whciche gar" '
.1 Many new groves will come into bearing (law Jacksonville's\ :: ;Proposed: :Measure timber country at Willung duringa lived on three farthings a week and pudding made with bran and turnip
i, The most persistent faster of all
: 'J., and at the present time are full : "
I recent storm, had a remarkable escape together. Vigorous -
leaves chopped
Will Benefit Both :Municipal t lie described his in a
time: was probably Roger Crabb, who experiences
fruit should |
, of fruit. The citrus crop '
from death in peculiar ciicumstances. : health the result, but hitabstention
be early next season as the open winter Workers and TaxPayers.Both I in'' lived in the time of the Common-I J pamphlet entitled "The English Her was
A large tree directly from food was regardedwith
mit of the Wonder of the Age.
I' I wealth. In order to out his 1 ,
and rains advanced trees and fruitfully j I carry
I the city employees and tax front of him was struck by lighteningand : "Instead of strong drinks ar.il such suspicion, that on one occassion -
two weeks earlier than usual. I I ideas most effectually he sold off his
of Jacksonville are working in halves. The horse he wait
payers split wines the eccentric Roger7"'I; he narrowly escaped being .
stock in trade-he "haberdasher says
l The Florida Citrus Exchange, J. C. hard in the interests of the proposed riding, became terrified, started to j was a burned alive wizard. -London
the old of water and as a.
of hats" distributed the I five! man a cup
Chase & Co., H. C. Schrader & Co., 4 proceeds
fund bill to he introduced in and the
pension plunge jumped through
gap (
i instead of roast mutton and rabbit I Chronicle. fi
the and took his
and other large distributors report asteady among poor, up res-
the Legislature, which by means of between the halves of the tree. At

advance in prices in most market two and one-half per cent of the salary that moment the halves came together -.

I of each city worker receiving $40a with a snap like a rabbit trap and

: Many fruit and vegetable growers ; month or more, will provide indem- I crushed off a length of the horse's

\ will attend the meeting to be held in I nity insurance, protection for those tail which can still be seen protruding -

Tampa April 17 at the Tampa Bay I IJ' dependent upon them and a pensionof I from the tree. The young man

Casino. Questions of interest to every I half pay in old age. received a severe shaking. but other-
'
While this is the first Florida cityto I wise came: through the ordeal saftly.

inaugurate this modern policy, in I -Melbourne Age.

the West' other progressive municipalities where Crockery Glassware

To similar laws .have been enacted, the IS THERE :NO REMEDY?
: furnished fair
results have been tremenduously ben- Yesterday a exampleof
;ik Aim what we are to have in the way. of
and
eficial to both tax-payers city em- .
-- -- --
lawlessness, if some measures are not
ployees. By raising: the personnelof .
and adopted to control, the negro bOys
I each city department greatly
Northwest increasing the efficiency, a far more growing up -in the quarters occupied

,., .I economic administration of city affairs by the colored population north of

I VIASEMINOLE the "Big Ditch" near the bridge.:
has been the inevitable result. i
I It More than this cities have been ableto The sidewalk being built on. Sumner I

,t LIMITED retain( the services of their host ,I stu-ot was made( a play place by Just ArrivedA

a drove of these unruly fellows, and
workers and recognized experts who I
roller skates\ and wheels of different,
r Lv 1'1111I". FIlL A.C L 10 25 a m formerly were tempted and secured by ,
t'. sorts were brought into use on the '.
Lv Klaslnunr. Fla .. 1 00 p mI big corporations( and business, houses.
Lv "rllllld" 1"IIl.. .. 133 p mI" sidewalk\ which not than
I was more
An .luvkn.nnillr' .Flit.' 6 40 P m It is hoped too, that Jacksonville's, A new complete and up-to-date line of
1v Ja k.ouvllle, 1"1" 9 00 p m half dry.They ,
7 01. city workwis will by means of thisselfsupporting "
LvV t 3 N Unn 11 1 lOp inIn
told that doing
were they were
I"\ 'J'lftOIl, nn .. I 1& p m method of protectionagainst
r Arr Alba", Ga 2 411 a mt wrong and might be arrested if
Arr AIn.rl'u" n" c. or.. tJ 3 55 a rn disease, death :md the dependency ..
the ; should come along, but
Arr Columhus. 0&. a II a m Mjirshal
of old age, establish a precedent -
Arr OI".llka. AIIl.. 7 30 Ii rn told the informant that .hey were
Arr Jlllmllllh" Ala. 12 05 p rn that will prove so practical and andGlassware
Arr Jsrkson. T. nn L. t. 7 46 P in liem-Iicial to both citizens and cityworkers I keeping watch for him. One large Crockery
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Arr Fulton 9 35
Ky. .. p m
boy on skate came running against
t Arr ('air,. III .. II 07 p toArr \ that other Florida municipalities -
Carbondale. III .. 12 13 n l
'i Arr 8\ Loula Mo. 7 20 a InI will follow this same modern

I i Arr Arr Matlonn C..ntrall", .111.510. "" 1 3 43 30 a a III in progressive and economical policy. LIVER GETTING LAZY?

Arr ChompallI. 111. .". 4 38 IL rn
Arr Fnnkakrr III. .. 6 211 1m 'MIIK.: TO (111:111'1'1111'1: '"
I DON'T STOP WORKINGTake .
Arr Chicago, III. 7 60 a m
f I IN; : Ccil'IlT ("K TIIK ('''P.>iT\' jrixiK;j ; .

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Composed of observation, compart- 1 Dodson'sLiver Tone and (In; Everything for the dining table the
meal, druwliiK room section Bleeping / rr i.:.lfilr of IMnln: 1'. l.rli'hrll, Yy cars and free rucllnlnit slpt-1 I chair ,hour: < Your Business. It will

M ours, b.-tw.-i-n Jacksonville and Chlca- '1'" nil ( rrillttirn.. l.ricnfre, l.i\on I'p''our Liver Without -
KO, and Jacksonville and St. Louls. All Irrn and nil IVrMona ...1.1 1I..rlbu-1 kitchen or any part of. the house. r

meals In dining car. Parlor car Tampa or l>ru Mu
\lo Jacksonville. YUII. and tilth tif pun. tinh >n-l b. ) IHI-
: i, For Bleeping car reservations or titied and! required| tii I pri-Hcnt any
any '""laltns, mill d manIn.. which > ou. nr A bilious,! attack or constipation can
i (y additional Information. communicatewith .1I1I..r \ ou. have nKiilnnt the
may
be relieved in short while by
a a
iHtjili! ..r I Kdwln c Ci-tchvll.; lii-ci'ani'il. Prices are very reasonable for these
l.ili' ..foJ iH.--oln County. FlorUln,, to theiiiiiliTMlKinil spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone-the
,? r A. W. KRITOT. D. P. A.. Kxt-i'utrlx; of said ixtate.within .
i 138 \V..at Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla. 'two years from the date lirrrof. mild vegetable remedy that every

k 3. Q. KIRKLAND.. D. P. A.. A. C. U.. l iiti'd April!MRS\ 7th.llm.DA A II 'IL\MIH:1t-1913. : druggist guarantees. fine lines. Assortment is large
Hlllsboro Hot 1. Tampa. Kla.
1 ifs-it 1-.utrl". Just ask the Kissimmee Drug Co.
a-If
about Dodson's Liver tone. They

I know that it is a harmless prepara- ----'e- _

tion that starts the liver without

Gazette's' Directory, of Prcdiice and Commission Houses )) violence and puts you into shape with-

out interfering with,your habits. This
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guarantees jt to be all that, and will Waring Trading Co.

ORANGES, Potatoes, Onions Cabbage give you, your money back if you doa't '
,
find Dodson's Liver Tone gives
APPLES and all other Fruits and Vegetables wanted in carlots. We you

have the outlet and facilities to handle your shipments promptly and quick easy relief.
Write Dodson'a' Liver Tone is for both .
satisfactorily. or Wire
t grown-ups and children. It has a -

", C. H. JAMES, Charleston .W. Va. pleasant taste, and is safe and re-

liable. The is 50 cents for
price a
''t,' Ref: The Packer, Brad treet and Kanawha National Bank. 6-13t
large bottle, and your 50 cents backto

you if you tell the Kissimmee DrugCo. Glassware

"JSS: OF. FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE .that it hasn't been a benefit to Crockery ,


J. W. WRIGHT & CO. 6-mPd Memphis Tenn. you.Don't take calomel and don't buy

$ imitations of Dodson's Liver Tone ,
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17 DO YOU AN1TQUICK HTuluisi you may run into danger if you do. VI .

Olr u.. your next shipment of Flo rlda Fruit. and Vegretubles.. and yoU Buy Dodson's-rthe medicine that ,,.

f will be pleased with the results. Satl afactlon I. our "Motto." the. Kissimmee Drug Co. recommendsand "

L Y r 205 Dock SL, .WM. RODE Philadelphia, Pa. guarantees.' Adv. .

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. PAGE ft,
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primary election, with his1 portrait
NEW PRIMARY LAW cut if be wishes. a printed or typewritten

statement or statements on To the West: and Northwest '. '
: ,the conditions hereinafter set forth, :
I (Continued; from; page 4)) concerning his own candidacy, or in

Insure It. will'' require of candidates, and him reply to any statements in this section.served upon VIA ,
provided
as Any ''
Crop cause a certified copy thereof to be such candidate may, not later than DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER
your delivered -
aa provided in this section the thirty-ninth day before aaid. primary . -.
within
: five days thereafter.Said election file with the Secretary' "AND 1
certified copy- shall be delivered to of State his< printed I '
or typewritten
'I'' -oi with .l the Secretary of State, If adopted bya statement over his signature concern- SOUTH' ATLANTIC LIMITED . ;

Committee State Of Congressional Executive ing any other candidate for the same -- _____ . .. ., .
; and .11 adopted -
County' Executive: Committee to by the a office;; but every such statement shall 8:80 pm-t>v.: Tampa, _.._... 10tg: 'am 10:18: ] am ..................._ A. c. I* '
Clerk be-accompaniedby affidavit sher- 10:85: pm-Lv; Lakeland .... 11:18: am 11:18: am _.._-.a..,_ A.. C. L.4
"BRADLEY'S"THE of the Circuit Court of said fFs return that personal service has 11:61: pm-Lv. Kl..lmnne, ....1:01 pm 1:01 pm .,--.?._.?____? A. C. U
county, who his capacity of clerk of the Board of true of such statement. 1:11: am-Lv. Sanford ...... 1:40 pm 1:40 pm 00__.._-._-..._.__ A. C. U
County Commissioners thereof. Said in; this copy Act shall be deemed'to Nothing make 8:4S am-Ar. Jacksonville/ __. 6:40: pm 6:40 pm ......----_a-,__ A. C. I* _':: I

certified copies uhall.be preserved by Dixie-:: '
any such' statement ''or the author -Dixie South Atlantic J"
, the Secretary of State, and by the thereof tree or 'exempt from limited: Flyer Limited. .. .. -., d
various Boards of Commislioners' any '8:86 am Lv. Jack'nvUle.A-C.L.IS6pm: *;lif>m JackBunvlllA.; ; C-L.--" 'T
how and whento County civil or criminal action or penalty-be- 11:40am Ar Wayoroas A.C.U 10:86pm r 10:20pm Lv WaycrossA.. C. I* l
9 cause of any false, slanderous or li- 6lSpm: Ar Macon Q 8 & K" 4:16am: 1:46am Ar Macon U.--O.a: 11'.
Sec. 22. Every candidate for nomInation bellous statements offered for print-I 8:03pm Ar Atlanta C. of da Tt6am 6:47pm12l: Ar Atlanta ----d of Oa.
\ use fertilizers are to any office herein providedfor contained in such 12:18am: Ar Ch'tan'ga'W.&A.: ll:66am : pm Ar Knoxvllle ________L. N. '
shall be required to take and ing or pamphlet. 4:50arn Ar Nashville N. C. I S:16pm9:00pm: Ar Corbin _...___..I* A N.
all sign The or procuring, & St L i
L important. First person persons -4:80pm : Ar LouisvilleL.. N.
and subscribe to an oath or affirmation making, composing or offering such
decide in writing, in which he shall state statements for filing shall be deemed 2:60pm: Ar. St. Louis, I. C., I l:60pm: Ar Indianapolis ._Pa LID. .
for what _____
L. .
you the particular of &: N 1:aOam \
he isa
e I party which the authors and t,publishers thereof. I 6:66pm Ar Lexington ....__L. .'K.
are fertilizing and then L member; that he did not vote for Sec. 30. Candidates for nomination Ar. Hopklnavllle. L.N. I 8:60pm: Ar Cincinnati ________L. A N.:28am .
I' :...... .
any nominee of any other party, National shall flay for one page of sJ.ace' & -- ..6:65pm: -
State or County, at the next : Ar. Evansvllle, LAN :41pm I 5:20am: KalamazooO. R. A I.
work to that end. in the publication herein providedfor 1:10pm: Ar. Terre Haute C. 6:60am: Grand Rapid ____O. R. A I.T:16am .
preceding: general election; the title as follows: &: B. I. ______l:05am: I
I, Second learn what of the office for which he is a candidate T:02pm Ar. Chicago. C.&E.: L 6:64am: : Ar Cleveland ____.__.Bla- 4
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he For the office of United States Sena- j .
; that is a qualified voter of 'I -- ----- -
certain formulas made I II the State, giving the name of the ; tor, and for all offices to be voted. Dixie Limited IMXIK FLYER South Aflsmtle Limited i
are for and county: of his legal residence; that he upon in each' of the counties in the' Solid train composed of Solid train c..rSolid I train composed of electricdrawing

I when to use them. Fertilizers rich insoluble I has paid his poll taxes legally due; State ___ _. -_ __, _____.___....$100.00 composite-room car, sleepingr aectlon y I n gr electric, lighted drawlngr-room Pullman I '
I that he is qualified under the constitution For the office of Representative in I care observation com- UffhUd compart-;' sleeping cars and coaches, between
I ammonia are made for and laws of Florida to hold the Congress h. ____uuuu 50.00For partment car and dining ment, observation) Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
: rapid the offices to be voted for in only ear between Jacksoneloepera: and elecvllle -
office for which he desires to be nominated -i,, and Chicago, and. trie ; Jacksonville, Louisville and Indlan-
lighted eo-
_______ _.___ 10.00For
growth while those that he has paid the one county oon I section .
for
fruiting are ; assess- I drawing-room t lion I drawlngleeplngr apolla; through sleeping car between -
i iI ment levied against him as a candidate the offices to be voted for in more car between room .leepera. Jacksonville and Cleveland;
designed for than one county, but not exceedingfive Jacksonville and St. First class coa.chalso Pullman Bleeping car between
to make the fruit said office the .
I and I IiJ by appropriate '' .
carry I counties, county __ 7.50 Louts Also section >.s and smoking Jacksonville and Grand Rapid on
executive committee of the political per ? drawing-room sleeping car. DInIng car Wednesdays, Fridays and Sunday ............'
iJ it through to maturity I party of which he is a member; that For offices to be voted upon in more Jar Between Palm Beach serves all meal of each week. lnlng car service
11 e has not violated of the laws of .'! than five but less" than all counties, And Chicago. a. la carte. 'between" Atlanta and Cincinnati. .
any
I'|I county .___ 5.00
per
1// the State relating to elections or registration u. -
For reservations or other Information communicate with your Tick
BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS I i of voters. i I 1 Any candidate may have additional I ea Agent A. W. FRITOT Division Passenger Agent Jacksonville, Fla..
Said sworn statement shall be substantially space at the rate of $100.00 per page, I II or J. G. K1RKLAND Division Passenger. Agent Tampa Fla. Itt
II in the following form: I but no'payment shall be received for I i

1'1' are so balanced as to supply the early plant food I STATE: 01;' FLOHIDA) ) less than a full page; Provided, that ._- -- .,
I for I I COUNTY OF . n__ ) than three additional pages shall be
; stalk and foliage at the proper time, and later Before me, an officer authorized to ( allowed to any one candidate.

I to furnish the proper; proportions of phosphoric acid II III administer oaths, personally appeared | Our Reputation Is Back of Our Work "

I I and _ _ -_ _u to me well section'
potash to mature the fruit and I
I improve its known, who, being sworn ways he isa of State when the statement is offered I We have a Statewide Reputation for the Quantity and

''J quality.) ,I I'I member of the . party; to him for 'filing, to be by him paid Quality of Work We Do. "
I that he did not vote for any nomineeof into the General !Revenue Fund of the '
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRING -"I" BEAMS-
\VriteIS today for booklet, mailed free. il ilI any other party, National, State or State Treasury.Sec. j I
''I County, at the last general election; ::11. The pages of the pamph- ACETYLENE GAS WELDING-GENERAL MACHINE WORK:
I The American Agricultural Chemical Co., that he is a candidate for nominationfor !li-ts required by this Act shall he six I BOARD CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS-EXPERT MACHINISTS '

Jacksonville Sales Department, the office of------in the general by nine inches in size, and the printed 1 SENT OUTWHITE OAK MAHOGANY, CYPRESS AND OTHER S
J primary election" In the year 19 ; matter" therein shall be set in HARDWOODS IN STOCK-ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS
V' I.J that he i il'1, qualified voter of. \ eight-point roman-faced type, ,inJIt'1 BUILDERS -
County, Florida; that he has paid his leaded) and twenty-five ems pica in -SHIP AND REPAIRING. .

poll taxes legally due; that he has width, with proper heads I '
paid the/ assessments, levied against; Sec. :M-J I: ;Not' later than the thirtieth MerrillStevens Company '
/him as a candidate for said office by day before the primary Jacksonville.
600
I .ell'ction'l I to 650 E. Bay St. Florida.
Kxecutice: Committee
the .
I I I I i I I 111111 I the Secic-tary of State hall
of the party; that he is I such "tat'jn'-'nts and portrait cutspropel I 7-4t pd
.
. : constitution and .I
qualified' under ly compiled, edited, preparedand ____
- PrniJnt.. Vic.-l'n<.iil. nt. Kcrf>tiiry : laws of Florida to hold the office for indexed for printing, to be printed I I

.. which he desires to be nominated; and and bound in pamphlet form, the 1--- - -- -- j z
an that he has not violated any of the pictures of the candidates to appearus .
laws of the State relating to electionsor
,Ir- a part of their several statements
KISSIMMEE LUMBER the registration of voters.Signature where such portrait cuts are offered.
CO.
'>r- . . -- . . All of the statements filed' by candidates i- THE H. G. SIEVER r
lit ( of candidate/ / ) for nomination to each office +
ledc Sworn to and subscribed before me shall be printed in the order in which t''

> this.. __ day of __ ._ __ _ _, 19.., the names of candidates are grouped REALTY COMPANYPrairie
h Rough and Dressed e. : lit County, under the titles of the offices on the
ng Florida. official ballot at the primary election.In .

. ._. _. . _ u' such pamphlets for '
Ionif' preparing LandOrange Groves 'High Hammock Land
,
(Signature and title of officer administering the Secretary of State shallcompile
PINE LUMBER oath.) printing the copy in such manner a'sto Timber Lands. Lands at all Price and on Easy Terms y t

Sec. 2':}. The executive committees make it most convenient to print -
herein provided for shall furnish with- and bind under one cover and shall I

out charge a printed form of the have printed, separately for each political 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, will exchange half value
sworn statement prescribed in the statements only of candidates "
party, .
for other real
estate :- -:- -: -:-
section/ to prospective membersof
preceding any voted
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIII to be for by
I candidate upon application therefor that party for nomination; but no

Sec. 24. Each candidate for nomination I picture, statement or argument for of Orange Groves all sizes and prices
for any office herein providedfor against any candidate for nomination.
shall be required to pay a filing shall be i included in the copy of said I
.- fee at the time of filing the sworn pamphlet going to any county where t
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statement provided for in Section 22. such candidate is not to be voted for. i KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
111'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I I I I of said fee shall be I .
filing
The amount Delivery of such pamphlets shall be 11.I. .
three per cent, of the annual salary begun under the supervision of the

or compensation of the office soughtby Secretary of State as quickly as pos- .,,a'" :\\\.I..'\,"''i, j
the candidate; Provided, that no sible and not later ,than the twenty- ,; : :' ji

IF CITRUS TREEShave filing fee. shall be required of any fifth ,day before the primary election,
candidate for any office to the holderof and completed not later than the i
I which no salary or compensationis twentieth day before such primary c
required to be paid. election. Pamphlets shall be sent for I DOZIER NINSUllNGE flGEHCY
had full bloom want to hold it. The best to holdit
you way Sec. 2:. Each candidate for nomination delivery so far as practicable for the .
u to keep your trees well fedthat they may have strength for an office to be voted for counties in the order of their distance ..
and vitality to keep'flourishing. by the electois of more than one from the Slat Capital.Sec. I The Oldest and Lanre Insurance Airency In Oaceola County -
county shall file his sworn statement :Hit. The Secretary of State FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

and receipt for committee assessmentif shall forward by mail or express, ee eiONi 1IC -
Citrus Trees have
If not any has been levied, and pay his within the time required in the preceding 1

filing fee as herein required to the section, to the Supervisors of
had satisfactory bloomit Secretary of State not less than thir- Registration of the various counties ------ -

: ty days previous to the day of the I sufficient' pamphlets and not less in C. A. CARSON, President N. C BRYAN, Secretary. .j

behooves you to build up your grove for the future crops. primary election. I number than the number of registered
.
3 Sec. 2t5. Each: candidate for nomi- electors according the informa-
and fertilizer is essential.In \
: nation for an office to he voted for l I tion furnished him by each Super- The Waters & Carson hV

either event you want fertilizer of highest grade from .wholly{ within a single county shall \ isor of Registration, aS required by
soluble sources and honestly made. That is what we offer in the tile his sworn statement and receipt ,j I I Section 17 hereof, to supply each registers -
: for committee assessment, if any has [: : elector with a copy of such i
Favorite Brands. .. l been levied, with, and pay his filing !I pamphlet of his political party. I

WRITE FOR BOOKLETJ. fee as herein required to, the Clerk i Sec. 34. Immediately upon receiptof I Grocery Company
of the Circuit Court of said county, the pamphlets herein provided for, .
.
Who .shall receive the same in his capacity each Supervisor of Registration shall

M. LEE, Agent. as clerk\ of the Hoard of County cause' a copy thereof to be mailed to Wholesale <\nd Retail Dealers inGROCERIES' '
Commissioners of said county, not each registered elector within his

less than twenty days previous to the county, taking care to mail tQ each
INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY day of the primary election. elector only the pamphlet of the political .
Sec. 27. Each person who shall of which such elector isregistered
,'I party \ 'I,
FLORIDAFOR
.JACI his and
have filed sworn statement as a member in the registration -
: 'paid his filing fee and committee assessment books.Sec. .

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 ii i in i MM 1 1 1 111 if any, as herein required, ::1.!;. In order to facilitate the I''[ ,..41_ .
/ shall be entitled to have his nameprinted mailing of the pamphlets herein pro 44004404044400400 ooo'o .* + + + .,..,.. 1 V; s
on the official primary election vided for, it shall be the duty of the 0 <00) 'e

S ballot; Provided that wheneverthe Secretary of State to furnish, not WE SELL; : WE BUY: o
number of candidates of any political later than April 15th of each year in 0) HAY I 0 "
party for any office or position which primary election is to be '
a 0) < 1 0 HIDES, o
I I shall not /txceed the number requiredto held, to the Supervisor of Registration 0) GRAIN, > O 0 f<
SALE be nominated. or elected to said office :
of the various counties, as
I many > 0O 0) FURS, <0- :
or position, the names of such paid, .
wrappers or envelopes postage FERTILIZERS, O ?
| candidates shall not be printed there registered voters therein '
as were 0 0 WOOL <0- t, r
|Ion the official primary election ballot, at the next preceding general elec- O SHINGLES <> .

t I such candidates are hereby declared .- tion. It shall also be the duty of the < O 0- k1:; ,
Beautiful Bungalow on lot 73x117 feet. Six rooms, bath and pan- to be nominated for such office Secretary of State immediately upon ORANGE BOXES, > <0AND .
I or elected to such position.Sec. receiving from the Supervisors of e f
28. The State Executive Com-
of the various counties
try. Registration ORANGE WRAPS, ALLCOUNTRY .
mittee of any political party may, by information of the number of qualified 0) 0 ip P1r

Practically new. Every modern convenience. Four and one-half resolution, declare for the nominationof electors as provided in section 17 VEGETABLE CRATES, 0) 0 ,. m
candidates other than elective of- hereof, to forward to such Super- 4 . *v #
fices, and also for the selection of '+
blocks from Postoffice. Cement sidewalk visors whatever additional wrappersor 4 CRATE NAILS, < 0 PRODUCE t
.
National Committeemen, delegates to 00
envelopes, postage paid, may be 4 < 0- I
?II located on beautiful Mabbette street, in one of the best section the National Political Conventions, necessary to comply with the pro 4404.040400000000 400000000 .O-.....1. ,
and for President and VicePresidentof visions hereof requiring pamphlets to I r
.. the United States. the I
Jpon
of the city. be mailed to each registered elector. Se !
___ adoption by such committee of a res- Sec. 36. It shall be the of the u .
duty We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds .t \%. ,
Now offered for only 3000. "A bargain which will not remain tion olution of for the additional nomination candidates or selec-or Supervisor of Registration of each We give special: attention to fitting out hunting and. camping: partle '
any county to cause all wrappers and en- Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. i.
." the market long. Let us how YOU.: tified delegates, and upon service the! of a cer- velopes for the mailing of pamphletsto We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars std t ,
thereof'upon Secretaryof
copy be addressed and ready for mailingby prices I fertilizers.
State, within the time required for the time the pamphlets are required on a
filing sworn statements by candi- to be delivered to him. a,
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dates, the names of candidates for Sec. 37. The Secretary of State --- 9
such offices and positions shall appear may employ: such clerical or other helpas mi in i un HIM 111 ii i IIMIIII ii ii HUM n i im
Co. upon the official primary election bal- be properly to discharge
H. M. Breaker & may necessary V
lot. The form of ballot shall cor- the duties imposed upon him DANCING !
respond in all respects to the form by the' provisions of this Act, includ- I t A

herein prescribed.Sec. ing the preparation publication and EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT '
29. Any candidate may file 'delivery of the'pamphlets herein pro- -

- with Secretary of State for publi- vided for, and the same shall be paid : FIREMEN'S HALL.
cation as herein not later j' : :
provided '
., ADVERTISING IN THE GAZETTE. BRINGS RESULTS than the thirty-third day before the I (Continued on page 10)) : 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 n 11111111111. ; :


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t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ :
ft to aid "any elector by. mean. DR. C. L. HYATT
Governor a attempts
old that I was born in the State tate. and the other to the device whateverIn
years ; ; of njechanical
Louisbarring NEW PRIMARY LAW of -_ ____ ___ __,._ or the country of of the State. The Supervisor mail of warkinp any his ballot, shallbefifl ,
shall transmit by \
__u_____ ___; that my rXuidence is on llegistratibn immediate-I ished by imprisonment Phones KiasImme.\

:_________ _street in the town or city to the Secretary of State, prison not exceeding one year, ot by Office, 197

2018 Morris Are. Birmingham -Ala. (Continued from page 9)) '" of___ __ in this elcctloirprocinct ly after the canvassed county canvassing the returns board for ]I fine not exceeding ,ono .thousand dolScc' Rea.,24a.. :

t Branch of Darring Bros.. & Co. of_________ ,_-__county; that I shall have :lars.
8 of this made for registration State and County officers, a list giving '
for as provided 1 in Section personally application shall willfullyand -
La.
Orleans Whoever
lSw of all officers : CD
.__ I ahd signed my name and that the names county
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Act.Sec office for which they I corruptly make any false oat, RIVERS M. D.
nominated the I M.
38. The names of all candidates 1 am a qualified elector. statement herein 'T. ,
Want FLORIDA LETTUCE.CELEKV for the Burnt office shall be were nominated, with the post-office affidavit or sworn
"- '" the
; printed together in alphabetical or- Sworn to and subscribed before me address of such nominees, in their: provided for shall suffer paIns 1'IlSICI4N and SURGEON ,

I Strawberries. and Vegetables der according to surnames. But the this_ _____day of _________, 19! ,... -. respective counties.. and penalties of perjury. \ Olllco over, Osceolft. P araiacy
::", \\1'" order In which the titles to the several "" Sec. 48. On the twentieth day after Sec. 60. Any. candidate! who shall) LUesldeD'ce 53

If prices right will buy carlots.Tiet. offices to lie filled' shall be arranged .Inspector;; of Elections.: ; : the holding of any primary election willfully violate any provision of this I'I ON)'"S' f Olll.e) 148W'L

1st Natl. Uk., BirznLi.gham-Ala. upon the ballot Bhall be left Authority i is hereby conferred upon shall have been held, the Act shall in addition to a\iy\ punishment .

City Bk.& Trust Co.,New Orleans, La. to the discretion of the officer in any of the inspectors or clerks of tary of State, Ihe Comptroller .secre-\\ :' prescribed by law, forfeit any WINN -
12-13p charge of the printing of said ballot. election to administer the foregoing Attorney General or any two of nomination he/ may have icceived at

See '!9. Separate official I ballots oath. If'the person applying to vote together with any other administrative the pi'unary election in reference to I ,

.. . for each political party shall be printed rcfusesto make and sign the affida- officer Of the executive department which such crime or offence is PHYSICIAN \.

und furnished for USB at each election vit herein prescribed, the inspectors who may be designated by them\ ,. mi Hed. Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.ltlaiIlI'iCNcK r

precinct and shall l be> of a different shall refuse to allow him to vote. If, shall meet at the office of the Secretary Sec (;il 1. Any person com-I I'IIKKC ::i'i KUl u..ZO.'CK

I Ii color for each of I lie political however the challenged person (filliin / of State, pursuant to notice to against any provision of this Press 117 t'IX>MDA

p-Mtjes) participating in the primary ) the blanks in the mud affidavit, it I he given by the Secretary of State, a competent witness. against any

i,' C.W.GRIFFINStaple election All liallotn for the same shall then be the duty of the inspect who .shall constitute and be the State person so offending/:, and may be compelled : ) U IJEWITT T 1.IGHTSEYOSTUOPATHIC

'. pohtifitl party shall l he alike printed | ors und] clerk of election carefully' to Canvassing, Hoard of l'rimar I'.lec-, to attend and testify upon any I

and Fancy in plain tjpe, arid upon papei so thick compare, the information which he has lIOn, and they bhall ')I'o'eNI publicly I trial, hearing proceeding! or lawful PHYSICIAN

that tlu I punting i tunneit l he dlstin-I I | written in the affidavit with the in- to cam'ass the returns of said I I investigation or judicial .proceeding. ,
foimution entered the primary election and giiislit-tl I from tin bark in registiation in t the same manner as any other pei-
of the ballot bhallI book the of the declare who shall I have. been ,nominalc'd Office Phone S HI
: fRIES Ac,'loss the top I opposite) name person I son Hut the testimony so given:
GRO I 10,. )punt til the vsoids "Of) lit ml I I'ri niary who the challenged person represents )> - as shown by such retuins I shall not. be used! in ally prosecutionor : I KiMims :3 ,urvl 4

nifition:: Hallot" JJcneath this heading himself tb be, and, upon Muh\ See 4I.'! I In all eases where second I proceeding, civil or. criminal! , I HI ate. Bank Hit)'R KiHsimmet, Fla.

shall be prmtod the year in which I (comparison, and upon comparison of choice ,otingih I not piovuled for l by i against the Pt'lSiuui so testifying/ A
said, election) is )hold I anil the vvordlUmoerutic the signatures ill the registration this Act! the candidate! for an office ] testifying shall. not there i|
ho K. 15. 1) \VIiNENJAVril.IUNAKlAN; (
poison
Free Delivery to all Parts "I I ) I'urtv' or i "lit 1 ,publican book and on the affidavit, and upon rl'l'.i\'II1g'.u majority of votes shall be after be liable to indictment 01 pnsenmilit ..- I I )
other designu, I the taking of other evidence declared nominated for ouch ofhce.I I
I railv"oi I pitiper' Jiuitj any bv information, nor to pios11 '- :
of.the Cityi.I Hun' Above the (tiiption, of cath balI I \\hieh in.iy then be offered ,it hall :See -C<). I If any cUIHlidufor an ,I ution or punishment for the ofi ain't.' ,jSTl j

"' lot I hire shall bi- two stubs, wit h j p'r-|[ be, the duty of the inspectors of .1.-! office; sh.il] receive such majority of I with referoiue to (which In I t testimony )"K THI ATH: ) FOR

forated line between them, and witha tion to dvLid": by majority vote \'\shtth first t'holt'e votes, then the l1omina-1, \l as Ji\'n.I ami 1 may pltud I or i piovttin1 1 All Itl EASES

per'for rat oil I line I l>ilvvt>.n the I lower i,| ('J' the challenged 1 pirson shall l I"> |>t rinittpd (lion for nuih office ,shall l be t grv.ng of tislimonv 'iienn'ir, '' 'gl\: Pnv I l'huM 2 r';
)
I I S I I I I I I-M-U I S 4 4IiJ.G.HOWARD tub and the top i of the ballot. On' to vote; Provided, that I if the .01! bj ittluding fiom furthel lonsidtiation in l liar> of suih indictment< I 1II101'lllallOII I 'iut l'h"'I IHJ Oai. NDt O. FEA.Qlt. .

each of said) stubs shall be printed I)challenged person be unable to writeor the candidacy of all except I or pitiscctit t lollS

I the' words "Oflitial I Ballot No._ _ _," mien his name, the inspectors shall the candidates,! who shall have I''c..i\-I| 1 J.V.. SlMl'SON
i i such !''then and next "'" (i>:J. The voids and phiases
beneath ed Ihe1''ateHt greatest
ivith a sufluieiit space' ascertain by examination of the / i I .
wolds for tht. wilting of one' line piecinit register whether the person numbers of first choi't'01 es, or the ]I in this Act shall unit ss stub umstrmtion lENI'IMT.ijIustairs) .

Lath group of i.indidntis
!Paper Hanger and Painter : : on shall lie pittcded, I by) I lIP I j person is it-presented theieby to have l'ho'oll's.) and l hy adding/ to suih : he "Oll-t r ued as follows : | in KmItiiildint;,
II
dtsignation'/ of tin' of tic I' for which )[ signed! hm, name I If he iH. so it')pie-- first thoiceotes of t'ai'h of said Iwo I I. 'I'he wortl! "voter" shall have the I ')MIC.I111.; \ ;.. : I t i \!' 'at. 'iii. tc) I 12 m.
- thei andidates stek. ncimijiatioii, and, sented such peii-on shall In. iltMiimipel candidates. the second choice votes (t'asl saint' meaning I as: tin' woid 'tliitor'1 i ( 1 ':to ID I 5):Mp) m.

Work Guaranteed I in I t tin proper plate" Ihl''ol'
one'' DI "\'nti. for two,' ( or morl"l, examination ; but if not then one* of C.: houiotes j shall I tin\ e I been mst fOI'J| 'election pitcimt" shall htvi. tin _

If thinking of having any done, aitoiding/ to tlu' nuniln' 10> be . '. t til- I mspeetois a .slmll I I place such pel u'son an\, of the candidates, xtludtd as snnie meaning as tin winds. ",hll'id"or 1 JJK l \V.V. (CAKSON(

notify through the P. 0. id to Miih) ofliti. .it tin "IIUII'.1"'/ untie' oath and orally cxammtdun h..j"i em ,Pituiul'l., | "clettion thstint, \ as nou d<.tnudl ,.

please me I lion ) And. I tiitn -hall .tlso In. punt : upon I lIe sul bjcrt matteis t contuincdin i I I I 'Ihe i' indidate, then }having/ to. his l hy law IIETIST11i : :

..01 I tht. vvoids, 'l..list. t '!holt'('" and "Sit'- a u I lie affidavit i picstrilied l>\. this iit-dlt. I lit gleatisl, niiml'i' of \otis, "

J. G. HOWARD oiul" <(< .lion* .,'. pi,,rtli.,n.lu'ularlv .it tin 1 s<,t'tum I If tlieie is allY doubt, in the I thus aisct'i l I tauiieul l l.hall l I" diilauilnoniin.it ::i. The \\nld!-" "1 pi tin:u .v' :tiiul,) <(< > ('t' ii\',i-r t .nli>. .It'we'
42: 41 liilI "pnmaiv, iliition'' (tin.' ( J'OIl1-' M Iry Store
Iliad of appi, ,'opr ,late lulings'/ ol lints'at I iiiinil of !an\ inspector ilK to the. idc.il! Iii for suih offui lInt! if tin piimaivmating
. iiiiiiiiiisiiiitii I I I iit tin. .' I iandidates ,slutll l llicnIIUM / tliituin 'piovulid. 1 lor t 1111A..t.. OMitr. Hours S ]12:!. 1 6
I Ill' i iiglit/ of tin ii.innof .antliililts lily of suih pirson th'' insptttorshill two i itniaiuing I u t
wh"I\ er titlni a in.ijoiltv .- aIM coihpaie the' apptai.uitt> of .111 ,'qual ami tlu Intrlit/ , mini I I'ln> \\Old( "i.It.i.t 'i..ii'' :unj| "gill j i I Ollit t- ,,111111"' I r>KKi

vviiul.l olhen\', ,. Miih) ilh tin l.er of votis foi. I the of In. tin} i......1 clout I 'inn" thi. trim'i'ill Slat.. and 'Mill in'f Zlilt" :\
++4++++++++++++++4+++4.+++ voli or"i tie volt not ptison \\ d.serilit i]> ion cii- same i.
: I n i'I''- 'auriIy "ot.i.ui I I'. li'iid upon the liiiuut't it'gisti/ I oppoittt one hn'lnIlw/ t /trititui" iiumbu' of ( ounty elt'tlion' held. in' :Niivirnlu: ) .i iii '. ( ; .I'lmmi'.li-r.-,1 fon-xtrat I tion of teeth

I Sti.i 10): Iht Minus of iindnlitfs the name of th. eleiloi' who ln-.t" ilione, votes to his iiidil, shall S *Ii;:: Tht'I piimaiv" .. ',' n.

+ THE RAYSTONEj: for i iau'11 of/K/ ,'e ,shall I I lit, print., .(I III al. I Iphah..tll'al -.Ut'Ii I prison 1 icpiesi'iits: lunisilf i I to I lie1Saul 1 hi claitd iionunatid. fot' such of tut.. iiimd| b\' I h"1'1." i\nit| is h.'Kintithirwrsi I I )1 K(:. d;i. I E.: PAKK1-K:
i G oitlii to shall I I then ,I I If hoVM-vii. I the iiilni) of lust 'him I
+ t .itioiding' suin.iini i inspittor t protitd( as tin i i ivolis 1'1'0' id..d.hall'I,. hi, Id in'nioid.imt
s, and i.\t"t'pi as to the oidtr. invv i 'in other casts to dcteinnniwhither iast for each of said two tandidati "' with I tin. pioviMon of Attu ". l ENTIST)

1: fJ bob tin sivtral' uulIiu.. to bt filled t theihalhngetl( / ] pirson! shall In. perinitlid .s }lie, quill, It shall be t OH duty of .li. I of 'Title, IV, I 1",1 Division' of 0. ill 'tn: u\ m O-l"OI.A: ; ) I'IIAnMACY
OPEN All THE YEAR
ait -tatid
2.60 to :.i.50 per day + 1.1.'('( ions shall In. piinttd ill substuntially i St'i.. 44. At tbe lose. of tin l pi Ill- Hoard of I'I'In1l11'Y Millions: i ( litf! I lldurn SIN: i to 12:00 Noon

we-ek month 7 I the. following foiin : 1 a iv il) ition at .CH.I.h )p11 i I llmg I i / plan... the as, soon as (theI ."suits of said, prmiar I 1 :(ie KI() to 5O:() ) P, M.

Special by or + (o..WI\1.). I I BAI.1.0T:0.! I : : I sptitors and iliik shall I pi'CM.veil in I I.e t I'I t'ct t ion shall I I have I uua'iu tanvassti i u ]. lonolifv ; I \ It II. S.: cr.K.TR< ':

:4H I: I,. W. TNUDMtN.$ ha{,. ft, D. PORTER Mr + a OF"'J'IAL) I J'I\IAIU'! ; i I ELE'TIOI I I ( I ( : : I I luau Her pio\idcd l by> la\\' ill tlu. case the c hail mail' of tin proper'State. I I'llVSHIVN i "II S 111.0'; P. A \ANHAINI-W w B. CaAWP"OaD

::1: + BALLOT of gincial elections and in lutlli. ,tiuulthereto : ('ongl''s lolUtI' or <<< 'ountv 1.xotulive I
+++4I -+++++++++++++++++++++ I II ('IIIZ..IIS Hank' ItuildmgKismnirnte \T ANS AJM.VKAWfrORD
I I'M 1 4IEM'RATlC snail
it be the duty of the- inspcitois ( ommittte, as the iasi may
I I'A In\ I and clerk of elect io ii i in eaihKltt ( be. to that t'(fee t ; and) it shall I thtreupon I"loi'ida

I'retinct Number I. ALAtllUA ('0. I 'tion I strict) carefully I I to inter he, Ihe duly I of said I 1'1IIIIl'Inall a to Phonos : Office. _"l7 or !14; I AJ"10KNKYS; -AT-LAW

Instructions To vote for can the number of the first and second tall I a met' of said tonimiltte within Residence1 I
: any ling ( :2(15.() 14.1 yr(1111'1' l ll...i ,n ..1'. i e lllrpim him
k
I W' L. m DUZOR didate, make a cross ( X ) in the squarein choice votes for each candidate and ten ilajs, giving, nolne in writingto / Kissimmt-t- Iluildlng

the appropriate column, accordingto make return thereof, as provided by the m -mbei's of said (committee of IN Florida I

your choice, at the right of his law in the case of returns ill general the purpose hereof and at said meeting .'i(.oitn(1.11'1', t. 5'r\rr: 11.- I

name. Vote your first choice in the elections First and second choice said committee shall have the .. I J L I U (CEKJKK.; ;
first column; vote your second choicein votes shall not he cast by a voter for power to nominate, by majority vole, \INIM: .irnrirxi I iiniiir. o't- .\
t i-iin \ ( 01, V"\ IN ( nM i,:HI .,
the second column. the same candidate, and in the event a candidate for said office and certify "

If there. IH no second column at the this shall be done only the first choice immediately thereafter, throughits In IhrMatlrr of Ihr l-rlltlon of J. \. ATTORNEY) -!, W '"

I Real Estate I right of a name, vote your first. choice votes shall be counted chairman and secretary, the said, imr II.u"nt......n. '.In..I..r. ..f t".> I*:.- Office State Bank ,"
only. Do not vote more than one Sec. 45. The counting of the ballots nomination to the Secretary of State Jonrph llrlnitinan. n..d.Till Building "
I i: T\TI": or, i"i.i. ntint 1 1 ,, i\ .i FloVfdtJEO. '
choice for the same candidate completed the results' shall he or to the appropriate Board of County HNl: : >. Hi'Bid.'n..',' tnknoun II II KisHimmee. \"" ,
( Here follows form of ballot. ) publicly proclaimed. Duplicate certificates ('ommissioners, according as said 1 Set. 4t. Any qualified elector who of the results of such election undulate was voted for in more than Miss Si.I 'SFY: :, ,I. lilt I Nu q; ii \ :N nil ?? (, F. PARKER.

KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA I 'is also a member of a political party, shall be drawn up by said in, one or in only one county, who shall I I IIHIM.M'I I i lift.III; u. : ;I Iii ..r Miss|I'I;:":,:.! M,I'a MM: | |l.i ,"M,.

Ii i as herein defined participating{ in a spettors and clerk at each and every cause the name of such nominee to be 1 '"It( .' ",'I. I ii I .i I/ Mil ;TUN:> HUlSi I = Attorney-at-Law.
primary election shall bq entitled to election precinct, which shall containall placed on the official ballot lo hevot..d MN: :. \\ I Ilii I i\\' ..r | a Hl i .",",'L< | '? ,
Collections/
mill tin, r"I1"A"\ :\ i ,n'"i-i H I :"IM .11"I and Conveyancing
such and and for at the
election matters election
vote at primary 1 things provided ensuing{ general I I. I i".vTi.nl i ,t .i<.. 'i ,,.r.n ,| I ittjii I .
i
shall receive the official primary election in the law regulating general elec I II I t .IH fin.I. I ',ink I I II I i"i"I| ..11|| ,.r .Specialties' .
1,' ; ; ballot of the political party designated lions, and, in addition thereto, in all See 51.l The same procedure prescribed I I"'I IttxUui i I ia i I'" ami.. I ;II]lin I "."i I 11,1"i, t .lull II I
--r I la.1: I 'nil. HIM, ,, "l 0.i,, -.1.| i h., ,I.I. I.- I II I Broadway.I .
S.fl.BIJftOCK i in his registration, and no ,'al<"s where first and second choice in the preceding section shall
:' '" '1'111''{ : I
other Provided That an elector who liallots are voted the number of first. be followed in tho event of a tie vote I'Vvi''l"r'1'I ; '; i .; i"I "i"i.. 'V-V', I 'lu"':'. - --

. shall have voted, at the next preceding Choice votes received by each. candidate between any two. .candidates! in all , I f'. KHlBBSATTORNfY

general election for any nominee of and for which particular candi- cases where second choice venting is "i.ti ,, ,,,. ,a'ii ,.r " , i i (

: \ REAL ESTATE any political party for anoffice for I date said electors cast their second not provided for by this Act. llnitl Unit. J.of,\.tin II. \ ( -ilIM"H'H! ; .vll"mlnlxiiiimr AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA.
'I which nomination i Is to bcv choice votes and the number thereof. Sec. 52. In the event than KNtatof .101"1'11, | ,
,'" 1/,0" ..................................... a required more PrlnR-mnn' ,, ulu'euns.d< .. nan apl'II,1| I tnjliln.
., .ti,,, made by the provisions of this Act, Said certificates, In thus respect shall one candidate is to be nominated for ( ( )h1iT l to>' |>."Illlon thin iln\ f"-.n" Examination Titles a Specialy.
-y",. : INSURANCExamination shall not be entitled to receive or vote be substantially in the following the same oftice, and there are more I Inn.niiUr, ,.. to ml I) I b" following. "li'..;. iuel l Notification and
l\liijr a 1Iwln.l ... In t lie gulil, tin.rcola pajment of taxed of
the ballot of a different political par- form: candidates than should' be properly (' ,tilitv, State of Inrlda, lo-wlt : nan.re id'nt.s given careful
ty at suth primary election'sti ( Form follows here. ) nominated therefor, the method. of tnts numliii-rt-il Twintv-two (221) aunt .attention.
[ of Titles a 42 Before any ballot is dliveied ,.- Sec 4d(;. (On the sixth day after calculation set forth in Section r>0 '1'l ,,..nt\ rhr.,. .. i 1211of: Itlo|< ininil I.. r.-.l,
"i hIiu.I. ]ii 0 1 s. \ ,,,ai'n 171".r( 'h. .1. ,'",,
I u to any voter, one of the insptitors any pi-nun IN election! or sooner if shall govnn in ilelei'mining/ the, sunl ,. i. I h..ii.I. .II"I I""k"" "11,1' Ml I '", i '','' ,
( shall write, the tonsetutivt I til" I ictniiiN( a si all I I have' In,i'n reicivid, nominations % 1"" ,n \ > "f n,. 'i 1'i .." i ii ..i si "J.i .",.i"I 1 i\1"i ,ii AT JOHNSTON!
Specialty. : number of thi ballot in' the hlan'kspue it shall I be th.. dutof the ('ounly S,.,'. rt.: 'I I' /In' I lIoal"ll'of I ( "onnt \ i.i ,. -i I,....VM(". i. I ir,. in" , i i 1'1"i , ..'I| ,I 1 )

I .n .inch of th", studs, after I thewoid I J Judge1 and t lie Supirw-oi of Regis/ ( 'ommissiont'i's of eaih. } lounU. hull I I"".I," '''i"i a .i, ,.. 1 i"u..,. ''"'I.'".(i''' HI', !"11 i i',I"",,." ,Ii", i",i,", .".,,', All ORM, :VAT-LAW

C o rre SDO nde nee LSoli cited. i "Nurnbei" I lit. shall also write I t tuition to nu 11 I at the office of said aiise lo bt. piintid on i lie h.Jlots to 1 .." ," i i -i II.i ..,. I u I' "i i .J..,\ ..i 10 I II I C.li/cns. Hank (
upon' thi. uppi-i,. still I thi n.inn' of the Supt \isoi" of liigistlation, and taketo be UM,d in tin- iispii\t( | '' ,lountiis .it I I". ,> -l I I I l '''''i ""I I , ,I,01,1 I ,I I II ,", I Building
1'1 of I:...-I.i. I: i 1''.",. I, : ',i.i i i I. r it,. Kissnnmce
\otti. to vvlioin the Uallot. 'is ililivtitd, ( thin assistant the chairman or the next giiuial tlntion I tin names: ,, 'i i Florida
> ,
(ii" i ,
i 1"" ii i
.- I i I" i "i ii i't i i 0 i ,1 i t ti-t, "i 'n"''
., I "Hid I shall vviitt( his ov\' n initials in the ,utlii'r i irn; .mlie. .r of the Hoaid. of ('ountyommissiont of all tandidati-s!, who havt' Ucn nom Hi' ". I.. i I.. >-,,101 ..1. |I", I Ia ,i. ...d. i -- -

r 10"1'i stuli!,. Th I (. insptttoi shall thin ( i"s ; and III raise of all mated as hiiiin piovulid" foi ofli.ts \ ..'I I I h,. I: I, o., .I I,, I,, .u M,"I I ,1'II" I I''u ,N M.._" an' i.
T
J.V. ThonipM 1 ) 1 : ;( > n : (l.t.nli anil iituin. tin1. uppt i ,.t iii, with sc nu, su, .km"s' ti fusul to u.t. or other to be. \otnl l for within sin..h lountv, at I 1 'il' I"of"i t iii'-I II. .MHl 1:1.1':| | i 'ill 1 ii I :'I' i 101,,"." ,iVlT'a ;I I..* "TON Ju.h".r) WAKIUWH tIo'
1 .. ,. anti l lrm
: H 1 I 1:1: I 1' 11001.1 I : 'INK l. i .. .
I-.MMMI '
: I I.I I. '?
: ?
I tin,' 'name of i hi owni) 'vviitti u ( I thenon tjisaliilitx' of tin ( ount\' Judge/ or Su said i u I g-"II"I'al i I i I U t lion. 1.1"\ I ,, ? ('tUuon.I'| "urtj
I 11.1:1'I :I I \ ",1.i f", ,,1 II' ,I'.h, ,
FUNERAL DIRECTORand tht upon the volt i shall rilirt Pill I of Registration, anothi. Si.i.. ;'u.1.l 1 Th. Si"('it.t u\' of State, ;i i n r \i ,1 \ i : I i ',?' \ j "SSEWAHI.OW '
to th" booth and maik Ins ballot, prepaiatoiv in"niln.."i. of the Hoard of (ountv ( 'om not I It-ss than thntv I das In.fort. I hentxt if ., : i li" v i i:1:i 1'i'I'd'i : \ : :;, : .i i .1 r "infer

,,1 i to d"po",11II1, :' I it in I tht, ballot mission .1,is \\ ho shall at III his )plate> , gtniial "ihition, shall "PI.tlf" to 1 I I., 'til.iIi.i .I' i 1.1..1| A Tl..L'. I isM) CH'NHELLO'l'' | ,
1 .
,,, ,
.
I 100" After the, otir his lIIak..d his who shall constitute and be the the Hoard of (' 1'1'1.' I i i i.i.I I ''h."it liii', 11.i .
(
i ; county 1
LAW
LICENSED EMBALMER ountv oliiiiiia..iuuliu'i.aof '' ,, 'I.. AT -
"' ,I-1.10,10.1'' '" ''Ii, KI-MI,,, ,,, 'fh
liillot he shall fold it -o as to leave .anva'.suit, hoard of elections t uh I ountv in the .,ill. ,. I., .. ,, .. .
< ; primary Mali in case I" v i a i/ 'it> II i II. v\ i p:i"|" r i'ill."hsh, ,I "" an i .1II"/ < onrtB, (,f thUtr and o(
L Oppualte Courthouse I I the stub visible, and in suth position ; and lhi\' shall plotted. publicly of an offi cer to be \ottd for bv t the , UM. s.ml, i'"ullx, |i..u, Ih.| -i,,., ,",o \\1' I 'ml.-' S.h, il., ., Mir, it,.. lor.t. hts1l euntrplum
,
I 1 11 1"I. I I ,v fi, '''eui, 'h| .ii 1 I Ii., '"""'"". '""' 'hI"h.. .
I I
that it niav .lie ilttuthid without un- to tunvass the1 vote givtn for the sev- ilettois" of t tlu' whole State and i to tin- .. ., i 00''fv T."i.,i! m"i'I,! ,, r l t' CominwMII t
K1SIMMEE. FLORIDA \ n in," i ii.m. ,,i ","I i .mi I 1,1 i .
foldtllJVh"I' the 1 I ballot I eial! nominations arid the Hoard of ( u Ii] I"
u.pured Commission
as ounty of diaii
p persons ,, H I >
. I'hi'' I I I'i S .I I V I,I I II I .\ I i I 1',i n:i ti, tof IMHI' i .T. ., in" ,K1. tRLANI. FLA.
I tuined!, the irtoptMtoi' shall com hhoun bthe returns on file in the the counties ( 1".. ..
h compost-d a 'ongressioli- III""oo' 'ilu' "$" ii ''""" Sail,' "" 'iyr and
: ,pate i rt t with t the' stub he has iitaintil offices of the t ountv Judge and Supeivisors al, Senatorial or other district, incase I FI.I";" _-
t; : :ind I if he finds it to lie. tht sarnie ballot of \Htgistrution Such can- eif any officer to hue vottd for hay .1 I 1 1. ,,\ I 11'1:1:1: I I I: I :I ;'I \ MKI.V\) : JOHNSON. Thrutlirte
Tested
and Proved Good i delivered to the voter he shall tie vuss shall be made solely Exclusively the electors of any hUt h district( ton ( Seal "1.1"K I: i "" :" '"" u""IM -

taih and retain the r'niaming{ stub and (entitclv from the returns and certificates taming more than one ,tounty upon ) A fToltNEY AND COUNSMLOR AT LAW Ions ,
Freshness an well aa'hinhVraile: 'qu:ihtj I mil the voter. lall. then di'posit his of th inspectors in each suitable\, blanks to be prepared, lij him I 1\: I\MI I ;s M .lnllNSI I : ; UN,: |I' i H.. r,, Will I'nitticr 'in all Courts fitierilPropt,

: Call for what you want in thuGKOCEKV.I.INr folditl ballot in the Imllot.box: Hut I lection I )District as signed and filed for that purpose, the fact of such -- -- --- - - --- -- -. Mattand, Federal

; 'f the markid liallot tinned bv the by, thorn with Ihe 'ounty Judg and nomination and the name of the nomi- I IN (11"11'I I ( (I'It'I'' s'1"1'1': (ii. Xlicr
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Broiulway
ott -ptovts to 1 bo a different, one Supeivisor of Registration, respec- nee or nominee's and the name of the ii ,II nu i t..i. i IKI. i ,11 i>...I..I.A CI lz"'I", Bunk "Iron)
rom, the one dtlivired lo him the inpittors (ively] and in no case shall the boardof offite to which he or they may lie < (u Si. IN < H\N( r:lit KiSHimmetfj phatefifty
.I .1 I \\ i III I I 1'I I I I lu;l ,
shall then and there search h K i "" ,.1..1"1. \H
nominated and the
county canvassers (change or varyin name of such '
peri.hahl II :\\ll; ,\ iua'iiiu'i|: |; K. I.. r. mlnrit : ii. JSNKiNI( i
lit pel'son of the voter proffering any manner the number of votes sons be printed by the Hoard of i II i II i'.I'. .11'I '''iz I I.. .i! Ii ,, It. B. wooltBAaJ
-in.h ballot and if the original ballots last for the candidates, respectively, Counly Commissioners upon the ballot I 1" I In 1 1011\\ (111.01 $III It". ul'iilVt. 'Kt'itV'd T'IIH'. '"If'1 tl}

found,! on or about his person shall in any polling place in the county. as at the proper place in all respectsas .Iltal ml, 'Hi II;:NNII: : : : \vihi'iiili'k| I ) ;i ,II,?. ul..fu.n.I-, i J ENKINS & WOODHAM itiirLI. ,
I- 'ni IIMIIII ii| IM a ''''' 10.1.1.| ,
'ake same into their and shown the returns. of the herein nt if
possession by inspectors provided for nominations Hi., Slnt., of I 1"I"rl.I.i. inl,, i IM a u | | , -
.I bstharge, saitl voter from the pollingI of such polling place. filed in the office of the Hoard of "f i 'I'l\l \ :\. :\11"111' \00.: ,? tl"t". .. SURVEYORS
I plate without permitting him to vote. Sec 47. The county canvassing County Commissioners ..f i tAuui. \ -..n" 'ails. II |I., Ii in.it..-.ti .
I i.nli I n il. th"it ..,. '01 'mm ,'H''I'"I|, ,| KisBimmee
Inspectors' (>f primary elections are board of primary elections shall\ compile Sec. 55. All contests over the results anil I I- mil Ii a Ii., ., In i ''lul,1, | lor.I.I', | ,| Floridl
I h-ieby clothed with such public the results of the primary election of a primary election shall be IM' .ill. to thi I.ill ,.r i "lIIpla,, | ,?, ''ii, |, ii,'ii'-in'
lowers as. may be necessarjto carry as shown by the returns of the determined according to the law nilil IIIIIN. . "$n Ml, i h. fr, ,' MI>,IHH\, .. II". -
the applicable r.lll ll"% Of !M\ ,\ I I. 1 fill: ,? ,'IHlHI.
out provisions of this set tion. Any'ot..r inspectors and shall then make and to like contests over the results i lilt. 1111..110", ?
; \ thus attempting to vote a sub- sign duplicate certificates. of IRk.,,, ,.... uf BI.Ill 1,111 "III| || i i.i.,
containing, a general election.Sec. IIB .r..1 In .,,1.1| ui-I r, IMhllll' MONEY
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"titut'tI ballot shall l be deemed guilty in words written at full length and 51<>. Whoever casts more than .It Id r"rlh"r iirlirid, Ihit thin ,or.li" BROKERNew
of felony) and lit |.iil.llHii.il l ",,, ,. ? ? ,.,.k f ,' ,
a upon conviction l"t.ir1'lulla
HW > | figures the whole number of votes one ballot at the same primary election Blltlv.. .. York Syndicate will Finance
wnk8
In
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I thereof, shall lie. imprisoned in the given for each nomination; the names shall be punished by imprison- N ,aiii i.izitti' a n"'pIlI'' KlHHlnuni l'"t.lI..h- 1"<.llrn.l>. W.ter Hectrlc. Mining Tim-
'I State prison for not more than two of the persons for whom such votes ment in the State prison not exceeding ,'iI. I In Hitlil. I I'nunts. ,mid :stittt. *...r. lrrimtln Honda. Stocks. Ac: "'00.-
years were given for such nomination, and three years. 'I'lil I" .tarl'll :Slut" I'm!I tiUiiWlind' 'Sou.' i up F. Q THOMA8ON.

Sec 41: Any person offering to the number of voles given for each Sec. 57. No registered. voter shall J I I. \I'H-ITHI'I'T.a I'I"rl; : 'lrrult; Kvprcwmtatlra. KIMIMHCE FLA.
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DIBBLE & SON I vote at H primary election may be person for such nomination; and incases call himself or pass by any other ii I i. .'HIIII'H.; :

: challenged by any elector It shall of first and second choice bal- name than the name by which he is (;':1'\1.1| :sll, ,, "r fr t 'uniplalnunt :t
!not 1 be necessary for the elector entering lots, the number of first choice votes registered Nothing in this section I 16-41 t
the challenge to state any reason received by each candidate in the shall prevent the alteration of --- -----

: or ground therefor. Upon a chal. county and for which particular candidates by the Circuit Court as provided names by N'otUi. I In hi'ri>.liy''TH xlvcn K that tho : LOUIS A. SEARSON
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING lenge being entered against the right the said un-
eleclors cast their law and when the name of anyone is iI.fiuigii'iI HH Kunnllun of the person
of any person to vote, it shall be the second choice votes, and the number changed by the order of said court anil tBtakte. of Ollvlnn Ztlla Savage. a PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTI
duty of the inspectors of the election thereof the I minor *;?iti "ak". to th.
in same manner for the he shall notify the Supervisor of Reg iton. T npp'ltatlon I .
.. immediately to deliver to said challenged counties as is required of the inspectors istration of the fact that his name I'robntiHltllnic Murph, on. County Saturday Judge. AprIl. Ir AUDITOR i 1 1r

., PRESSING person the following form of affidavit and clerks of each election precinct has been changed Anyone violating I 12th A. l I' 1913 at ten o'clock AM.

: Such certificate shall\ be recorded this section shall be or lIa soon tlnT<-aftt-r a. said aprvllca-: Commercial and Municipal g
, DYEING I STATE OF) FLORIDA ) by the Supervisor of Registration in the State punished by imprisonment lion ran the tin heard, fur an Order authurlzInK Accounting

COUNTY OFI ) ._ _. prison not exceeding unduralKnt-d al Ruardlar -
? REPAIRINGLeave ) in a book to be kept by him five years. am aforinalil to Bell or contract to ml:: Incorporated Accountant of the S
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I ld solemnly swear that nameis for that at inlviit',' Bali-; the
my purpose, which book shall be Sec. 58. Any elector who following descrlb- "
_ _ __ _ _ _ ; that I am a furnished by the Board of County take shall 'd la"d., th' property of Bald minor.: International Accountants ,
or remove ballot BltuuliIn
from SaId
t' word house aod cloihrg member of the _ _ _ _ _ any the Uaceola County, Florida
t my party, and (Commissioners and shall be labelled polling place before the closing of the to-wit.I Society Detroit. V{
will be or lied lor and returned. at the last general election I did 1.0'' 4 and 5 In
not "Record of Primary Election Re- polls, or who shall Block 20. of the South, -- 1.1,.
any person interfere
I' vote for any nominee of any other turns," and one of such duplicatesshall with anylector when inside of- ihu'!Florida iuuwn Railroad ot Kl8"lmmue'' C'ompany<>ceola a survey Coun.ol f P. O. 1st 377 Iii Office: : LI LIi.

: Satisfaction Guaranteed party; that my occupation is that of immediately be transmitted, bymail the polling place or when marking ty, Florida. IISSIMIlEE FtL AUDDALE. I .
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THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE i '! PAGEFISHING I' :

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t I i'' $x$Y YtxxxYYYYYxx xx'$ YM J $95Yxxxxxxx ** CHRISTIAN'. ENDEAVOR' ,e aa .- -, ---- -'I Y ":!,II'

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.' :!MiHt ifi aaaaaoaa.a.aoaaoooooWe a I L; JVL BREAKER. & CO.

are very sorry that ,Rev. S., S. .

HiHi Snyder, with his wife and son, Fred,

DAYS ARE HERE soon' leave Klssimmee for Columbia,

ifiifi Ohio.. Florida C. E. will miss them
greatly.
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The State secretary in Interlachen,

ifiifi is ",the transportation manager for Do you want '
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,and ,the Osceola Hardware Co. have the !ifi E. convention to meet in Los Angeles, '
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California..July 914. When-we went.to '

m complete line of > . Ififfi Atlantic City,two years ago we did ail Orange .

not "show up" as well from our Union
!Ifiifi and missed much Christian fellowship r

RODS REELS HOOKS SPINNERS en-route because we did not go together .
,
inifi a solid delegation. We would Grove ?

FLOATS LINES GIGS ETC. urge every Endeavorer, every one interested -
!ifiifi in our work, who would like i

to go to Los- Angeles, to write the

to be found in Osceola County. Just figure out ifiifi State sible. secretary We have just literature as soon, beautiful as pos-

booklets, et*., on hand telling about We have in
what need some Bargains,
and here'and will fit
you come we ifiifi what is i coming to those who take this '

trip to the far West. Just what the

you out complete. route will\ be is now being ascertained (

ifiifi and the lowest cost possible for Groves to Offer

the trip. How many will join this
t ifiifi delegation from the Florida C. E.

Union ? Big Money to be made in Citrus

A letter and card recently came
Osceola Hardware Company xIi from Inter-state Field Secretary Karl Fruit business in Florida It ow I IQ r''

Lehmann who has been deep in work

ifi I for New England and on about April --- t

!Hiifi 1st was to begin a series of meetingsin

I I Alabama. They have had him WE HAVE MANY SPLENDID GROVES TO OFFER OUR ,r

[I there each of several past years. We .
Hi i cannot salaried fieldworker CLIENTS. CALL ON US AND LET US HAVE A TALK WITH YOU
i !f !K w !s: ffi !a yL n? isffi !ifi 1 $? !ai;w w s s ifi sfi !w; !m ai; !w !wai w w; w; !a uiWHi! Y; ]( till employ any"five dollar" pledges
o more REGARDING ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES.: NOW IS
I lure paid into the State treasury, Soon

\\e hope to publish a list of the ones THE BEST TIME TO INVEST AS YOU SECURE THIS YEAR'S

already paid. George Cavanaugh, ..
I CROP OF FRUIT IN MOST CASES. "
I Box 775, Tampa, i is.> State treasurer.

Tomato Rust !He i.s a faithful United BrethrenI
State NewsKey
I r I church treasurer, and though yet a -- '

liy O. F. Burger. : young man, i.s demonstrating he gate this. This property is convenient ) I
knows how to handle money right. Young Grove, consisting of 12 acres
to town, has marled road on one side,
and 3 ]late Valincia
grapefruit acres
to have
'ho tomato crops of Florida haven u preventative.( It will not cure an West is to have a new 5-story i!' Anyone wishing someone one end. Price $4,200.
help either Young People's, oranges, located in Kissimmee Park,
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attacked from time to time l hy infected leaf, but if it is applied to a hollA\ company has been organizedwith I organize i '
I Intermediate or Junior society might on the east> side of Lake Tohopeka- Splendid 5-acre grove, consisting oforangt'
1 lisease' which ih. railed) in different healthy. "leaf in such a manner that a capital] stock of $100,000, fie'
write Ite\; (!. V. Alhertson, I Del-ami. has been planted one year, trees in grapefruit and tangerines.
alitios, and by different growers, the whole suiface is covered with u merchants of that city I I He is the Sunday school missionaryfor fine condition, land well drained. This Located on the east side of Lake To- '
nuto rust tomato blight, tomatof : film of the mixture it is impossible $:110,000) () of the amount.A '
the Prubhylcnan board, but also property offered for $4500-$2500 hopekaliga, perfect frost protection.This : 1
Huik for it to become infectedIt ,
tomato
blight, or spot
('. E.: State Christian citizenship huI cash, balance in one and two years at is ce of the very best citrus i '
should l he confused best to d
liiM'u.se not is commencespraying for automobile
h i plant making tries
I I peiinlendent and president> of Central 6 per cent. Will increase in value fruit propositions in Osceola county, ': ':
t Ih fungus blight, or with the bac- while the plants] are in the seed bed will sonn be in operation at Jackouvdle. '-
jiiisliut.' -He promises if possible to very rapidly.A and can be secured on favorable ;.
rial blight of tomatoeneithl.r! of They should receive two or three goodprayings I II As 72 per cent of a finished I do fury field work we ask of him terms. Price $4500. j I ,,'
huh can be successfully controlled I (-) before being taken to the ,tire IH made from long staple cotton :f
though of I twenty acre on
\ Bordeaux mixture. Rust cruses field. The disease dorwnot prove de- this concern' will enjoy the satisfaction .Big Bargain in a Home 1

nor or ]less damage to the crops, jHlructive with sufficient regularity to of securing the raw mate, rnl !' to the strenuous work carried All marl road, two miles from depot on Splendid new six-room house, just ti' j f I)

iiiinly, according to the local climatic i warrant f I he will ask of for and Endeavor
I us house and three-acre in
e In some years the ontyf lI should always be ready for it. When orange grove contains two acres o* ground, good \i iI
the disease may l be a few the plants in the field show symptoms 'I I i The Trustees of the Internal I 1mi | work will be "expenses paid. bearing. This' grove will yield from new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, t,, 'j j

I ves on the tomato plants, I of the disease we should be preparedto l i provement Board are contemplating | Never, probably, in the twenty- 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each I and all under good new fence. Fine d,, "
four history of the Union have
years Sufficient land cleared and in
other years all of the leaves spray them thoroughly at once. :i issuing bonds to complete the drainage year. location for small truck garden or of

oyed and the tomato fruits I Two or three sprayings at least are I j, of the Everglades.A i'at, we Winter hat such Park.a neat Its little planner program, Rev. A.as! cultivation to increase grove to twelveor poultry ranch. This is a_fine propo'f'f

h spotted. required to get the disease under control fifteen acres, and at same time can aition, where one will have the free a
C. Uill, 1). D") had in view that it i
VnptoriiH of the Disease The disease depends a great Chautauqua association has been be yielding any garden truck desired dom of the country, yet close enough ,.I e
in the -
would be worth carrying pockets -
imes the tips of the leaves deal on weather conditions. The' organized at Pensacola, and a con- ] after the If in search of property that will to enjoy all the advantages of the {
of delegates long
brown and dried, the rest of grower cannot foretell the weather I tract made with the Alkahest Com- men and would be placed in results now, and at all times while city, such as splendid high school, best
event passed,
blades remaining green, org conditions, so preparations should be', pany to furnish the attractions. the who while extending new grove, invest_ markets, churches, etc. Price $1760.
the Bibles of women were
a ,
more or less spotted' with made to ensure against loss from this I; .
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at the convention, as a souvenir .
At other times small brown disease. The ladies of Arcadia have organ- (
be of time value.
which would .long
pear at once on many of the Cause of the Disease. ized a civic league, and will devote New State Union lists were made DO YOU WANT "A HOME. OF.YOUR OWN .. 'I t: t tIf

and the whole spread of rapidly the leaves.so as The to Tomato rust Is caused by a fungus their that attention city. to the improvementof last week for the State officers, district you have never experienced the pleasure of having a winter home,);> .,tIn '

nd fruits usually remain, green called Alternaria solani. This fungusis whose'secretaries Work for the and homeless for Mr.children Fagg ,the best section of"Florida, a little place you can call your own, you bad ; __ , . S'

11 the leaves have been des- propagated by small brown club .Democratic club has been organized is. the missionary cause of our 'union. better get busy, as the longer you wait the higher the price you will have t''

In advanced stages of the shaped bodies, known as spores. The at Arcadia to advance the interests Mr. Fagg replied by return mail to pay for choice properties like the following: i,

ected, as well as the leaven.em spores are so small that they can 1! of the progressive part;,. I thanks for the information thus sent.He '
become spotted with brown be seen only by the aid of a micro- ', has issued the annual reportof No. 464.-$3500.- New, modern New, modern six-room bungalow, ,

which frequently grow together scope. They arc carried by the wind i The city council of Lakeland I('/IS- the State just Children's Home and will six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory, hot and cold water, ,

ng a brown crust. Brown cir- from one plant to another. The po're ed to permit the federal governmentto send' each of societies a and cold water, electric lights, beautiful electric lights, tiled bath room, two r '
our copy.
spots appear on the fruits lodges on the upper side of the leaf, I use Munn Park for a bublic build I Please do not put it in the waste expensive mantels, new furniture_ fire places. Lot 73x117 feet. Locat"f

spots often make their appearance and, if there is enough mosture, it ing. >basket.' We hope that every society, ,nice ruga. House furnished complete, ed on Mabbette street, four and one- } ,

after the fruit has been, picked will germinate. A small tube grows I both of children and grown-up En- ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks] from post office. One of 1

and l packed. When such tomatoes arrive out from the spore, penetrates the State Bank of Zephyrhills is building doavoreis will try to make at least 147% feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice >1i

at the market they are Hold as skin of the Jeaf, and kills and feedson a home of its own, which will he l contribution to Mr. Fagg's Home, ing orange trees. Located in three '
one
inferior fruit or thrown away. the leaf tissue, causing a dead throe stories. : before our year ends, April 1st, 1914. and a half blocks of the post office, new six-room cottage, bath' JJ$ '

Preservative Measures. brown spot. Where is the filbt society organizedsince on beautiful Verona street, in the very and electric lights, two porches, located f'.

The disease can be successfully! The election at Tarpon Springs, on ,, the commencement of this Endeavor best neighborhood. Call and let on fine corner lot 74%4x117: : feet l" ,
PARAGRAPHS
controlled by spraying the tomato I POINTED the 7th resulted in the re-election of >i-ar, March 1st? us show you this beautiful home on Mabbette St. New sidewalks. A H"

plants with Bordeaux mixture. Bordeaux A private knocker is a public I Mavor Webster The daily papers in several towns : Terms on part of purchase if desired.No. nice comfortable home. Price $2400. :t;..

mixture in made of quicklime nuisance. much No. 309-Splendid new six-room !
the department
The Trustees of the Internal Imrroemont are giving press
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Some automobile owners are hard 475.-Close in home. This is house inside limits fine t i
and bluestone (copper sulphate) Board have let the generous space. The great need of just city deep i
contract -
Three pounds of copper sulphate and pressed to keep the wolf from the our work now is that Kndeavorers a nice little house of five rooms and well, lot contains two acres of ground, ,
for the Florida Coast l.'nt
canal -
three pounds of quicklime in fifty gallons garage. will try to obtain some I room in the bath, with modern conveniences, on I|I good new barn, wagon and buggy I '
which extends most of the d.s-
of water have been found sufficiently As far as we are concerned the new , newspapers, of their own towns. This corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two I i sheds, all under good new fence. Fine ,
tance from Jacksonville to Mi.mi.The (
strong to prevent trust. If nickels are all right. Give us more I' can nearly always be done, for at blocks of Broadway. House furnished i location for small truck garden or { Ct

properly' made, it may be used as just like them.Sometimes State Horticultural Society willmt'l't Iea/-t a small news article, once a complete, ready to move in and begin poultry ranch. This is a fine prop- ; ;

sulphate { a girl who marries a in annual session at I DeLand on month or oftener, if somebody will housekeeping, without the expenditure osition of where the you will have close the freedom .'."'
country, yet enough
and six pounds of quicklime to man to reform him succeeds so thoroughly -i the 20th! instant. personally!] interview the editors. Miss of additional money above the I to enjoy all the advantagds of the b i, '

: fifty gallons of water, without scaldIng ] that he wouldn't marry againif I :Myra :.MilIan.of: Gainesville, is the price which we offer the property for. I city, such as splendid high school best ,", "
( the plants. he lived to be as old as Methuselah. I Give a small boy a piece of chalk I first to thus help in the new year, who Price $2300:: including furniture. markets, churches, etc. Price f 1750. .'w ,

Bordeaux mixture i is not ji cure, but I I and he'll make his mark. will) be the next? O 1'
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GRACE A. TOWNSEN1) I
KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." / *
Interlachen, April 7, 1913.

dI Here's the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located! ;
After a woman has run herself sub-division. '
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- 's
clean out of breath to catch a man ,
THE WORLD LOOKS DARK I and has been' married to him for a PINE CREST is situated between Emn.elt and Mabbette itreets.oyerlook- , ,"

few months she has a sort of asham- ing the City and Lake, and is bound to become one of the best resident sub, ,

.' 'I edofhavingrunsohardforsolittlecompensation divisions in Kissimmee. This is where the} birds sing and not where the frogs i
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look her face. +
on
croak. Lots'are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people ,

.u..r_.: To the person with poor or failing sight. If itT I mr.:1'111'1'1'11111'1'1 who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views and want enough landto

;T 'J seems so to you come here and be helped. Our : ; ; build a real home on at a moderate price, We expect to sell all the e lots

,'J ? ___ this winter. Call early ud choice. Prices f
glasses will make things seem brighter and betterto sr -r.rr get your ,range $70.00 to $100 I per ,h s
rr
rrsr. lot on easy terms of payment j
"'" % We them after (
to you. stpply only a thorough rrrr a ,
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examination of your eyes), but that will cost you -- OUR, BRICK CATAI.lX, i . t.r t.r
LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE
LOTS.Of .
:*n ( nothing. We charge only for glasses and moder- rrr
i I KINU OK BRICK i.rgvor srrr course every one}desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga-
ll loin. SHIPfvi NTSN"i -- We have nice high lots, the lake which
l, ately at that. m ; near we are offering at prices
fi 1N r.r- WHERE that ar< attractive. See these lots, get our prices and terms on them before

sriretrr you decide on a location for a home. .
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CKT OUR PRICES FIRST
ANU SAVE UONKYA. rrIIBiu'III'I -

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-- the whenever these 'III I I 11111 111111 I I I 1 I I I I II'II 1
'small it i i. audible to ear, + !
light sail, guests/ can, for a sum,
: ARM ST. JOHN'S GUILD
BROKEN
of air of different
hf same' waves are
of
the novel
enjoy experience sipping '
their tea in a Japanese Tea Room, or WILL HAVE DANCE densities. Classified AdvertisementsdverllBementB V

f _,..-1" BY AUTO CRANK. drinking \heir coffee in a real Alsa- The phenomena which he halt observed -
1
*.*. r r. many times is that of Vesuvius \, 'I.
1. .. .- tian Coffee Klatch and munching delicious
rAT itself into are averted nder tkU head at tae rate .( Flue
FIREMEN'S working? up an erup-
t, .r to" r" MISS ETHEL LEE MEETS WITH candy in an Italian Candy APRIL 15 quick Cent* Per I-l.e.K.r Ifiack !.-...... '
/ scale by paroxysms
tion large
: PAINrUL ACCIDENT LAST Booth, all attended by native costumed : OK THE on a _ _ _ _ . . . . . _ _ _ _ -
;n _.....J ,-,.. .t.__, waiters I- OR TilE BENEFIT shooting out quantities of jlllllllllllllll.IIIIIII.I I I I,' . 111.1111111 K.
-- SUNDAY MORNING. SIDEWAL&' FUND.I old and new lava at the rate of one
They 'can also consult the Syrian FOR SALE FOR SALE-Ten acres of good land
| projection Mwcond. 'Sharp and sudden In' Northwest Kissimmee
'- fortune tellerswho will forted their frontuur
lh Ethel future weal and rapid as they are, before they FOR SALE-$3600 will buy a valuable East on Vine tree. Suitable fat
the woe
w Miss Lee, daughter or
young John's Guild have
The St.
Jadies of I the in the heart'of Kissimmee small fruits, vegetables '
4, ', "T, pf :Mr. and Mrs Jno. M Lee, met with And last, ,but not least, they! can decided to give another of those could be actually grasped could by be property, now paying about 14 per cent. dairy or chicken,farnyif gsturaj'trucking
luminous
,, a most painful accident Sunday morning gaze in wonder, admiration and awe dances that have so highly, pleasedand sense, a thin, ale outward on the above amount. Enhancingin sold quickly, will take $7CT.Oo

t r -- in front of the Methodist church upon the new and latest variety of been so well patronized I by our seen flashing upward and value every day. H. M. Breaker which is less than the city use;;;,
national the from the crater and disappearing im- & Co. valuation G. F, Kribbs
f, l when she had misfortune of breaking our own great product, society folks. Kiwutt.,
her while her au'to. "American Cabbage: 1'atch" mediately into space. Then almost mee, Fla, 4tf
arm cranking ,
reinforced
Y The dance will be at Firemen's hallon FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35

i Miss Lee, in company with a few Don't Miss this opportunity to help Tuesday night, the Ifith, jund a, instantaneously there would follow cement fence posts\ and 250 ,FOR SALE100 acres of fine muck

friends, had attended the morning put chase new books for our library general admission fee of 25 cviittss will the sound of explosion and the pro- cypress fence posts. A. B Jarrell, land. Railroad survey through thbj;

'' service at the church. and were pre and also enjoy. a grand good time. be charged with the additional fee of I jeition of (gas and debris from the At KisBimmee Drug Co. land and adapted to truck fanning,
lip, of the rater The same thingwas Price on application real '\
but
to return home when she attempted -
'paring SALE Restua-
First Class Al
FOR
26 cents to those who paiticiputc in gain. Address box 862
f to crank her car. No one noticeable! at Etna rant doing good business. Best location KissimntM.
WORK RAPIDLY the dance, as well as refreshments FI la. e3FOR
seems to know just how the accident / will be Prof. Mutteuici insists that these in town. Reason for sellingmy -
served at moderate
I occurred but evidently t the crank prices are visible, sound waves, and other ui.dmded time required to look SALE-Large six billiard taU; ,
PROGRESSING The funds derived from this dance
after interests of other with full
property
I "kicked back and the *
striking younglady'lt will (go to defiay the expense of laying parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- Frank Vans Agnew
and Ms and to |
arm, broke it juht below the possibilities hoping
sidewalk around the church build- simmee, 1 la. 3-tf
elbow. The ladies in the : I tnlaige upon It.-Chicago Tribune. FOR SALE Four mules.
young car ON NEW METHODIST CHURCH ing and otherwise beautifying the -- good T. tq
; were not at once aware of the extentof f WANTED-Livi soft shell turtles on Miller Ii,
I 1'"Imn1'I'i'Jln'ISION: : OF grounds Aside !from!; the pleasureone Wednesdays of each week_. W. B.
the accident, and thought she wa WOMH.RS: TOU( OUR GARDENS
I by attending these dances, SALE foot
enjoys FOR -23 motor boat,
only feigning injury, but a !gentleman: H. :\1. PFVNN the ladies are entitled to the most Makmson Co. 14-4tpd- hul l, 3tt H. P. Fairbanks.cypress

passing at once saw the young lady's liberal I patronage, for it is almost : The agricultural/ department of our I FOR- SALK- 10 s of land underhog More evgine, fully equippedC first,
6 plight and went to her assistance, federal government has now some acres for $75 this 11 lei(
wholly through their efforts that the fence, :2'/4! under
proof acres
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placing her in the car and taking her \\ork on the n-w buck church Unity thousand vegetable/ importations class condition. Cost $250, will lei(
expenses of the church are paid. cultivation 5-room house good)
v home. Ir) T. M Rivers was' called ( building being erected by the Methodists which are being "assimilated," power equipment separate if de.. i imred
uaxhsatheosfo well and barn :Situated; \ milefioni Address P. O. Box 573, Kl.
and set the arm and Miss Lee was at of this citunder the supervision uhil we ,,uto he educated to theiruse simmee.
limits and a.. mile from 1111
i school the following day, although her of II, M I. I'fatvH, who is acting on behalf and initiation, Since the Asiat- city ,
lull road Price $(;00.00. I'erms
f suffering wan at limes intense of the building committee, is gal : KISSIMMEt MAN eivih/iitioiKs are older than ours by FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ft
l Apply Box 4:J2:!, Kissimrnee, ljla & fine truck land I
owner acres
win
ing on at a most, rapid ate anti it will, so many (centuries, and since some of I
I.'i-lf good 7-room house plastered u4\\
be !but few months until that MAKES BIG DEALS their x-ojiles have been compelled by ,
Mr. Wilson Convalexcc'nl a denom ] .. , : out-buildings, within corporatlal
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The many friends of Mrs Minnie I Illation, can hold I s"r\ieer, in one of the necessity us, W.Ias\ led by the peculiar I! limits of Kissimmee, $2,0000)1)
FOR( SALT table and chairs
-Dining ,
Moore WillseSn, of Kissimnue, Fla., hnest' edifices, in the State bent of their minds to experiment valuation. Want grove land. Fl.|
( '. W. W.\HU DISPOSES 01-' I\KK;": 1 bedsteads> dresser, renter! table, fer deal with
have missed her interesting stories on The committee\, has mule uih arrangements with natural productions, it is reason I to principals. Address
cook stove etc (" H. Strock, lib P O Box 573, Kissimmes.
the Seminole Indians and kindred that tl.tie will at no time 'I'It.1"I'SF L\M ILEE; able to hl.I1.Ihat \\e can find among
I :\. Vernon avenue. li>.:Jp!
topics during the past three rnonths J 1 I.e anyartily of mate" i'lal to keep( I ,\M J> I UE SOK) COtSTItS: : them many vegetables, if not some I VJ.I.\'I'T: \ ; m-ANS.: chufas, all kin

Mrs Willson, who is one of the most the workmen in every line nt wi>ik, I I animals, that would l hc valuable to us. FOR 1 SAI.I]-At a bargain, 'motorboat 1 of rowpens, millets and sorghllleavv

notable and beloved women of the and under the watchful eve of a man Until the wizard Burbank began his ( stunk must be sold' write fapnees
"Gadfly" 30x8 4 15 in. draft
; ;
State has had a winter of anxiety I 111.e II. :\1. I'fjnn it I is safe to say There are a food many people who investigations' we were content to 1111piove h. ; also potato plants L.
1J:! p. 4 cycle :'i cjl engine i ; fullequipment
over the critical illness of her hus- that the I building \vhen tompleleei will believe that with the clowinn of the I th acquisitions we had madein Allen geed Co, Trilby Fla 16f -

ibahd, Mr. Jas. M, Wilson, Jr, whose l I.e, as' near perfect t in workmanship as wintci season all sales of real estate I a haphazard sort of way, and even / everything new. Termson
if desired See Saunders
I ,it e'(uses. m I loiida, and such may be'' efforts what part OR RENT.
convalescence at this time, is a mar- I Is possible to make I intelligent to improve
at Gazette; office tfAGEN'T'S
vel to physicians and nurses lie has It will IK an ornament to our city the ease in sonic- parts of the State, I we had are of recent date While thej'oVl'rnml'nt '

had prolonged typhoid, with nervous i J and 'el"monstiatc: the* love and ft delitythe i but our Kissimrmt people \keep right :: may waste many dollars IJH) 'Al. ; : :; WANTED) To bundle I'01l 1 RFNTHouse: : modern, II

prostration, Mr Willson is known allover I members' have for their faith along selling every day in the week us it did in experimenting with tea money making: 'piopositiim' Keferenees I looms unit bath, close in. S.

the State as being the real / The :Methodists' have (rerlainlv' ,set and every week in the yell culture, we may promise ourselvesthat must. be given Eun'kjLCh'nH'ul I Smaders! 11 Ij Beaumont St. 16

starter of the colonizing of Florida, the pace in this city, but we may expect I' Ihis fact was evidenced tins week, I ,something more valuable will ('o., 1'arnsh. Fla. lt JUN'r;

having been the first real estate dealer ] the other denominations to come when (r W. Ward sold three separate be found than was implied in the I FOR -Modern cottages,, sum
mar rates. Mrs E E. Wells nI
to sell colony land when he sold I I ) ..c.< .-<.-t..c.+c"...._.
the famous/ St: Cloud plantation to acres in DeSoto county, in beHh "istances or the proposal of a kindred department 'i' t I FOR RENT OR SALE Two-stor

the Old Soldiers' Colony, through the the parties< purchasing to nnpiove | that sharks become an article XI ;! stare building on Brack St. Nort
GOOD LUCK IN THEALLIGATOR Kis immee. H. C. Stanford 2t
I and cultivate. i of food. We
National Tribune of Washington City. | seem now to have

The advertising that the National Mr. Ward is one of the largest individual 'j narrowed our ideas somewhat and to DWELLINGS-- for rent, apply to K

Tribune (the official organ of the LINEA : realty holders in the State, content ourselves with securing the I I Tiller. ,

Grand Army of the Republic) gave I and yet owns many thousands of acres! ', seeds or roots of vegetables already FOR RENT-A suite of three cmnevting

the wheels of colon- I that he says will undoubtedly be taken brought to condition
to Florida, set an acceptable at furnished model
WISCONSIN VISITOR TO OUR I up by Northern and Western people II first hand. rooms, all
with the result that
to buzzing
irfng ,
conveniences. Mrs W. II. Arnoli(
Florida is the best advertised and best CITY SUCCEEDS'IN KILLING I before the year closes, as many men Coming into possession of a new I 1 I d

r colonized state in the Union. To Mr. ONE NINE FEET LONG. with"" ample means are looking to world it would seem that the European FOR RENT-Two furnished iou -

Willson the credit should be given, Honda for both investment and to might have done more than he has for light housekeeping1. 163

l many who are best informed on, the I II make their homes. '! accomplished along these bnca-the better fctrret 1&?2tpd I

G The news of Mr. Will- I .. barbarian us maize, and we Y
i subject gave
say. N. Pettigrew of Wisconsin, who - -- -- --

)., son's reo.very will be learned with I with his family"is spending the win- I)A YTON FLOOD HORROR ,' have not troubled ourselves to repeat a FOR RENT-Six-room concrete ba i

} great relief by his many admiring ter and spring .in Kissimmee, is a The world's most horrible catastrophe the experiment with other wild plants YI: galow cor' Pen field and Beraui

friends. .lie has just returned from real sportsman, and game of any.J actual life moving; pictures, showing that might have proved useful under : Ave. Mrs. Summers, 608 PmfieU
I
Dr. Kelly's private sanitorium inBaltimore. character never gets; too big for him all important scenas of the flood more intelligent handling; we have 16-tf
and fire and the damage to life and J.
.-Tampa Tribune to tackle. He has shot deer and accepted the foods we found in use, r

moose and bear in the great Northwest :property. Thrilling rescue scenes, and have seldom troubled ourselves .. NOT QUANTITY MISCELLANEOUS.WADE .
SMITII-CARSON. life savers at work, wrecked buildings, about other native plants that might t
but had never been in a wrestling '
The Gazette is in receipt of an Invitation match, with a 'gator, so when he I fire scenes, removing dead bodies, have been made useful. We have improved BUT QUALITY the tuner, Orlando?

l '\'c:: (' to the marriage of Miss El- landed here he immediately began I headquarters of John II. Patterson; the pecan, for instance, but AND PRICE., LOST-Somewhere between eoa.

{ ',"" ma Smith 'to W. Woodfin Carson, the laying plans for'adding a hide of one at tlis National Cash Register Plant, why not take a fine variety of the J. house and Carson's store, one 8-f

happy event to take place at the Bap- waiters receiving and caring for thousands of scale bark hickory and do somethingfor Mrs. old boYa'tat, blue serge. hews
of the kings of Florida to his : : SummersGOS t if'returned to this office. 11
tist church on April 23 at 8:30 p. m. flood sufferers Adjutant General its fruit 7. One of these varietiesin :
list of I
curios p.f.u A... .1.
j Miss Smith is the daughter; of Mrs Hut! it was not until last Saturday George(; Wood and the State militia the :South; is naturally, much finer I :2 J MEET me at Kissimmee Drug 0

Lillie C. Smith and Muter of Gus that success' came his way, when he : t taking charge of the doomed city, and than the native pecan Many plan -. I .?: :- -:--: :-:-:-:-:-:-: > and we will get a drink of the be

Smithand ill one of our city's most succeeded \ many incidents, of the horror, together which in a wild state furnished f.iod 1 I Rod-water made. 31r
in putting a quietus on onesnine 1
Iwautiful and charming young ladies, f,1'1"1\ {, the killing, taking: place | ;with thirty self.explaining sheds will to the aborigines have l been ('ntll'l'.1 I

p'' Dr. Carson is the son of Mr. and Mrs, be shown lit the Pastimenext MOM gled'd-Flolidll 1 has of these
near (Olivei s Island Mi' 1'tttigiewhiought ( many
N. 15 Carson, and is one of the leading -I the tins. lay, matinee. and night, April 14th 'which are remarkable l both for their
inoiiste i to (eitv and
men of Kishimmee> both in social Admission "> and 10 certs Everybody nutritive qualities and for their'' '
plated/ ( it in the hands of a to'Oldl'l'mist r I ; I FINK I : INVESTMENT] /
and l business circles These' joungpe'ople to Uie the hide, which he will display, , should seethese* pictuies" heautj' If the danger of xhaustion I _

will htart married life undermost to his Wisconsin" f I'it'ims. He, says the '' leulh lungs over our land we' nu\ {htnii.ipt
pleasant conditions, for they MAKING: ; AN IMPRESSION
killing: of the 'iralor fully repaid" '; him i its natural productions to more BUY NOW SELL THIS SUMMERAT
Hob
number their friends l hy our population Dwyer, fresh from collE'gea advantage than ,
impelled and
1 foi his tiip, here. even. I though( he- had unacclimated -
and have every advantage of opened real estate office in an at- vari.ties.Tim's Union. A LARGE INCREASE v .-.
I not otheiwisc' e'nje>ve d a most |"Il'ak- ,
active( suburban! and _
neighborhood
possessing{ all the attainments necex'r -
''ant time .
+ $' wary to hold leadership ill the highest i hoped to make his fortune For days; City Block for Sale ----- -- -- -.
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circles of our l'ountrY'k men and \l buT he sat undisturbed in his little office, One city \Iflock fronting on :Main The far-sighted and wise people are buying Real Estate NOW. ,
I LESLIE'S: : S.IVSOF I
women. I' 'I staring out at the dusty roads or : street North Kissimmce, which we We offer as an investment the following hat. of property, to be sold

l ll.OKII twiddling his thumbs In the afternoon are offering for $(GOD; cash, 1 Fine in- as a whole, at about two-thirds its actual value, and on easy termsof I I

INTERNATIONAL i The story of Florida. in recent i pf the fourth day he saw a mancrossing 1 | vestment. payment. The improved property included in the hat bring a

times is as fascinating as anlbng/ / Ogden boulevard diagonally, I ___ rental of $69.00 per month.

:: I which the remoter past told. Soon headed for his door. Surely this wasa No. 471.-A 20-acre home. This

MOONLIGHT fET[, I after\ the close of the civil war her customer He must be made to feel I I splendid property lies two miles north 1 i One nine-room house with bath and electric lights, fronting on

I that business was flourishing from town, is practically level, rich brick paved street renting for $2000 per month. This property
natural resources in soil, climate and I
dark
1 gray soil with fine chocolate I easily worth $2b00.00.Fiveroom :; .
1I forest began( to attiact capital from AH th, man stepped over the threshold subsoil 16 acres cleared and
') AT TilE HOME OF MRS\ MI.1KI.E-: I i ; in cul-
the northern Hob had the telephone at I tivation, the four
states Sand from Europe receiver remaining acres 1 cottage and bath
j.i JON ON APRIL 18, PROMISES(\): fenced nearly new, modern in every way
his and covered with
,0 Before reconstruction was completedshe ear was talking earnestly into a good growthof .on large lot fronting on brick paved street
': TO BE EVENT OF SEASON. I had colonies of northern people the transmitter. pine about timber with some scatteringoak I month. Would be cheap at 180000. renting for $10.00 per
1V4
; acres of nice
,., s: for the winter months, and her orange "That's correct," he said as the thrifty grove in bearing, besides young a

r . Everyone will want to attend I the I groves gathered in millions of man stood! before him. "Right. We number of fine Japanese persimmon I Five-room cottage on large I lot f, fronting on brick paved street,

s. northern capital. She was the earliest will accept your $15,000 cash tomorrow trees, some peahes, mulberries, has water-connrction. House renting for $10.00 per month. This

)/ I "International Moonlight Fete" at the Confederate state to win the attentionof and let the thirty thousand remainder blackberries, two kinds of grapes I property if purchased separately would cost. 125000.
j> home of Mrs. Meiklejon, Friday even and a few bananas. The buildings
I. the investors and of industry stand on'a ten-year mortgage -
:l ing, April 18 captains area comfortable, but not of great I Four-room cottage located on Urge lot J.
What ? fronting on brick
above Mason and Dixon's line Yes, I'll bring the value
of
box
consisting a house
of paved
It is to be given for the benefit of street renting/: for $10.00 per month. $900.01.
The inpour of wealth into her lap has deed around at 11 tomorrow morning five large rooms, porch, several out- Easily worth
r Kissimmee under the
Library auspices
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been particularly large in volume in Good1-by buildings, such as grain houses, tool Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00
J of the Kissimmee Civic League, and per month. Worth
wagon sheds, stables etc.
Bob hung the receiver One 80000.
'f the past decade and a half This has up and turn-
Boats will leave artesian well .
the city dock deep and. one surface
had a tendency not only to increasethe ed an important visage to the visitor.,. well. This land
adjoins the finest
promptly at 7:30: One
I' state's population, but to place "Now, sir" he said, "what can I do orange grove in the country, growing cottage rented to colored people, renting for $5.00 per
'I' Round trip tickets only 25 cents. month. Worth $500.00.
the white element of its people decisively for you 1""Why On the same kind of land. All kinds
In addition to the
delightful moon- of
: the I just came over," said the crops grow encouragingly on this
: in preponderance. The One-half
. land interest in 144 l $7401
-- and it is the prettiest place for city lots, each lot easily worth ss'sore
__ ___ ___u_. Northern section of its inhabitants is man, grinning, "to connect your tele- a home in this section of the country. and values are gradually increasing.
steadily growing, aside from those phone instrument with the wires."- There is a fine line of forest trees on ..

P, who merely pass the* winter months Harper's Weekly. the outside of the fence with a beau- Two close in resident lots worth $500.00 each.

there. tiful palm inside of the yard also

WHERE SOUNDS CAN BE SEEN some thrifty maples, magnolias, live Investigate, and you will find that all of the above are good-

Mrs.E.E.WellsReal The question wasasked the other BEFORE THEY ARE AUDIBLE oaks shade and trees several and other varieties of properties, worth st a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell every ,
ornamental shrub thing In
the
day, "Why don't the above schedule for the sum of 930000. The I
, Englishmenmarry Curious phenomena have been wit bery and flowers. We want to Introduce buying person
the young suffragettes" Why nessed lately by Proto Matteucci at you to the owner of this land now will reap large profits. ,

Estate I because sifice Shakespeare's day they Vesuvius and later at Mount Etna, and it at let a you bargain buy direct.and on You favorable can buy We also have two well l.s.ated business lots on Broadway, I iJI"

I ''I have forgotten The Taming of the : which seems 'to prove that under cer- terms of payment. very beet part of the business district, which we are offering for .
Shrew.-Tampa Times. tain conditions 525000. .
we can actually see
and Insurance
I -:-- sounds a perceptible second before No. 474.-We have two four room t

i A woman is subjected to a good we hear them.According cottages' located on nice high lots, We will be pleased to have you call and see these properties. 1
Renting Dwellings, Furnished deal of criticism if she kills her husband 73 xl47% feet each, within two I 1I
I' to Prof. Mattencci, sound, blocks of paved street, in South Kis- j
' Booms, and Truck Land a specialty I with an axe. But if she shoots which is propogated, as we all know, simmee. One of these houses is on 'I

him d6wn with a pearl-handled revolver by waves of air alternately compressed ! a corner lot. We can offer either of H. M. BREAKER & '
a collection for her these homes at a low ;
J benefit is and expanded, become .visible to'' very price, and "COMPANYI
often taken I,I on easy terms. I: 'I
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ARM BROKEN light.pail, guests can,.for a small sum,, ST JOHN'S GUILD of different : I
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: came waves of'"air are
the novel of <
I enjoy experience sipping .

,l' :' : :".1 ;: .";. :. .. ".. BY AUTO ,CRANK drinking their tea their in a Japanese coffee_ in Tea a real:Room Alsatian or-i WILL HAVE DANCE densities The phenomena, which he has observed I AClassifiedAdvertisements!! ? I ,

'1\:\ 1.' ." Coffee Klatch and munching delicious many times is that of 'Vesuvius "

.: ;'ti.; MISS ETHEL LEE MEETS WITH. candy in an Italian Candy. AT FIREMEN'S HALL APRIL 15 working i itself up into an eruption Ceml Per L'!.. Far l1:4Ielo lasertlea.I .

''f : Booth, all. attended by native costumed on a large scale by quick par- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I II
'" ; PAINFUL ACCIDENT LAST waiters. FOR THE: BENEFIT OF THE oxysms, shooting out quantities of "i i.I I I I I I I I I I I.I I I I-I 1 I I I ii 1 I I I I I 1 1 I 1. II_1 H-1- -M

':I t1' ,, SUNDAY MORNING. They 'van' also consult the Syrian SIDEWALK: "'UND. old and new lava nt, the rate of one I FOR SALE. FOR SALE-Ten acres of'good Und

.- fortune tellers who will; fortell their projection a second. Sharp and sud- in Northwest Klsslmmee, frontinv

11 1 .. MIBS Ethel Lee, the young daughter future, weal. or woe. den and! rapid as they are, before they I FOR SALE-$3500 will buy a valuable East on Vine stree.- Suitable for
Guild have I
The ladies of St. John's '
of Kissim-
the in the heart small fruits vegetables
.\\-.0- pf Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Lee, met with And last, bit not least they .can those could be actually: grasped by property 14 cent. p..11traJ'trucking.
decided to (give another of could be mee, now paying about per dairy or chicken farny-if
thin luminous !
; I a most painful! accident Sunday morning gaze in wonder admiration and awe I. dances that haVe!' so highly pleased sense, a arc outward on the above amount Enhancingin sold quickly will take |7500o) \

r : in front of the Methodist church upon thfc new and latest variety of i and been BO well patronized by our seen flashing upward and value every day. H. M. Breaker which is leas than the city asseiMJ d

\ when, she had misfortune of breaking our own great national' product the society folks. from the crater and disappearing immediately & Co. __39tf_ valuation. G. F. Kribbs, Kiutm!

I r her arm while cranking her auto. "American Cabbage Patch" into space. Then almost reinforced rnee. Ma, 4tt. '
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The dance will be at I'lrcmen's hallon FOR SALE-At a bargain; '
\ Miss Lee, in company with a few Don't Miss this opportunity to help Tuesday night, the 15th, and a instantaneously there would follow cement fence posts and 20;; FOR SALE- 100 acres of fine muck
friends had hooks for the sound explosion and the projection fence A. 11.! Jarrell land. Hail road
: attended the morning{ purchase new our libraryand general -admission fee of !25 cents will cypress posts. survey through thii
also of pas and debris from the At Kissimmee DrugCo. land and adapted to truck
service at the church and were preparing enjoy a grand good timeWORK he charged with the additional fee of ""__ famine
of the crater The same thing Trie on application real b J.
lip
to return home when she at- Restua-
-I First Class Al
FOR SALE
25 cents to those who participate in gam. Address box 862
tempted to trunk her car. No one was noticeable at Etna. rant doing good business, liest \h>- KissimmM.
( RAPIDLY the dance, as well us ,lefreshmcnts
seems to know just how the accident 1'rof. Matteucci ''insists that these c-ution in town. Reason for selling l.1a: ._- _94I"Olt

occurred, but evidently the crank will he served at moderate prices aie visible sound Waves, and other my undivided time required to look SALE-Large size bIlli't5;
PROGRESSING The funds derived from this dance other
of
after property interests with full equipment.
scientists studying the question Apply
are t
"kicked back ? and the *
striking young will go; to defray the expense of laying parties. Address I P.; A. Lincoln, Kis Frank Vans Agnew.
lady's arm, broke it just below the ) sidewalk around the church build- and its possibilities' and hoping to simmee, Fla 3-tf ..........jFoR .
elbow. The young ladies in the car ON I inlaigv upon it.-Chicago Tribune. i SALE-Four good mule.. -r.W 3
NJoMETHODIST CHURCH and otherwise beautifying the
ing :'
were not at once aware of the extent I \VAN'fEl-Lis'e) soft shell turtles onVtdiucsdays Miller. Ii

of the accident, and thought hhe wan I MJER): I'KRWSION! OF giounds. Aside. from the pleasuie WONDIKh) I FOil Ot'R'! GIWEiSThe :\ i \ ; of each veck W. HMukinson !. -
one enjoys by attending these dunces, POR SALE-23 foot motor boat I Ipicss
only feigning injury, but a gentleman 1 H.! M. l'\. :' N.'ork the ladies are entitled to the most i ( 0. 1POU ll-4tpd- hull 3tt H. P. Fairbanki.1Morse

; passing at once saw the joung lady's hbeial, patronage, for it is almost agricultural department of our --( SAI l.l---i: Jo acres (If land undeihog engine, fully equipped! flnt.& |
plight and went to her assistance! federal government has now some for $75 cash this week. Will Ml I
wholly through their efforts that the -pioof'I fell('('. :J'/i! aiu-s, Ii rid r'i'
placing her in the car and taking her \\ on the 11"h'u'k chuich thirty thousand vegetable importations class condition. Cost $250, will sd |
expenses of the church are paid ,'ult I i\'lItion. 5-rooin house. good equipment seperate if cIt..l.lsired
power
0 home. Ir T M. Rivers'' was called building being trotted by the Methodists which are being "as! uaxhsatheosfo well und liarti Situated \ mile Address P. O. Box 673, Kit]
and set the arm and Miss Ice was at I of this (tit\ under the, supervision while W" aie I to I be edmated to I then fl'Ol1l' limits and mile fiomimlio.id simmeeFOR 1l1t

school the following day, although; her of I II I. M 1'fann, who ,is ailing on behalf use and ,cultivation. Since I the Asiatic ty 4
I 1 Trice : l:() ()() IViiiiH.
i < $11)0.t)0.!
suffering was at times intense, of the huildihg) committee., kt /going KISSIMMEE MAN 1 ci vi Ii'zut I louis ale u older than" ours by ( ) SALE OR EXCHANGE;I
I .\pplv I llov I IKissimmi'C:! IA! owner5 acres fine truck land witi|
i on at a most lapid late and it will so many lentuiies, and him',' some of [
J I.:. IfFOR good 7-room house plastered
1 1Ir.'iIKon CcmvaleMrcnt. be but a few months until I I that denomination MAKES BIG DEALS their |1)H.-opl' .'.. have been compiJIed( by .-, out-liuildings, within corporsttctl p.i.
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The many friends. of Mrs\ Minnie tan hold l ,>''r\ U'III one of the necessity I I as \\.lIlls 1 I led b ry the peculiar I limits of Kissimme 12,000.01
:-\1.1'; : IMmnj) table and chain,
Moore Willson, of Kissimmee. Fla., I linest (.,1111('('" I 11th.., "state lit'nl of their minds! t to experiment/ ? I valuation Want grove land. Prt|
c.[ W. nKI/ ) ; I lifdxteads. , dicssoi i iinttr t tahh.I l fer to deal with
i MU.K
1 have "rnissed her interesting; stories on The tommittie ha, mad suih ar- DISPOSES (01 with natural productions, it is reasonable principals. AdiesH
cook\. sto,,', etc C' Ii Strock, libeinon I r O. l Box 573, Kissimme. ;
the Seminole I Indians, and kindred I angenu'iits! that theie/ will I at no time IK\rlS OF) L\M:" IN:" LKLM ; [ to !believc t that a e tan find among : .
I N' \ H I 1 :
t topics during; the past three months. I'.PC any s<'aiuluf mutiiial, to keep I II .\ :\ I) HE snio; C'flI'N'I'l i IKSThoie : them many vigetables, if not some\ avenue > |p I 1 I vi'i\ir: BEANS: chufas, all ki

Mrs. Willson who I thc workmen i I line I animals, that would I be valuable to us. of millets and
1 ; IH one' of t the* most I in every at work, I i Foil SMi-;-At a barl8l1motor KIM peas, sorghnu

notable and heloved worncm of the und under the \ alt hful &c. of a man Until t the' wizard Iliirbank! began his j boat "Gadfly" :!iOxHH ; lr in. draft; I I 1I'a.to"k I must be sold, write ftjPIKIS

t State has had a winter of anxiety llil.e I I II 1. :II. !I'fann. it is safe to say al'(' a I food many piopitwho investigations; ) %vtV\i-re content to nnpiovv JJ:! h. p1 cycle J t cri.1 engine. ; full ; also potato plant. L.

'. over the critical illness of her hus- that the building I vvliyMi( ('omplt't'd111 I II I Jodi.thllt with the losing' of the I) th inquisition'- we hail A Mm Sud Co., Trilby Ma 16
e-vc-iything Terms
( (lu I plii4rit; new.
hand, Mr. Jas. M. Wilson, Jr., whose !It.. as 'niai pet.f..t t in i vvoi'kmanship as winter season all sales of n'al t'stale1ases 11a haphazard, soil of war, and mUl1l'l on purl if desired. : See Saunders I

convalescence at this time, is a marvel it is possible makt ,' in Iloiida) arid such may lie' intelligent effoils to i improve "hat FOR RENT.
at dazette office! tf
to physicians and nUrses. lie has It VMlJ, be an oinanunt to out city I the ('asc in some pints of the State, I we had are of n''nt dllt.Vhi},. the'I' .
hut our Kissimniie people K rht -' - I I I. ,OK)l KiNT: : House/ modern, fiij
had with and monstiate' the love and < ep n : goveinment mllYUt, man dollars !
'A prolonged typhoid, nervous fidelitythe > |MXl( Ail''T.1:1'1;: I : : l.;| ) To hun
prostration. Mr. Willson is known all members base for their faith. |I along; sellingcei' tiny in the week as it (did in experimenting with ten ': .11" mom'v. making/ I"o"o'lf inn I.f I I looms a nil bath, clone in. S.

the State the real The :Methodists have and every week in the' year I cultuic our."I\' I I Souilirs, I lIt, Beaumont St. 16
over as being certainly .et we mav promise " ('I 11''in't inu-'t, In J gir.ni I unka:\ ,

1.. starter of the colonizing of Florida, the pace in this city, hut we may expect This 1 fad WHS ('\ idr-nei'd this week that something moil valuable will ('IM'niic.il" ( '0., r.tnish. I Fla. ll> I I -

having been the first real estate dealer the other denominations to come when C.V.. Wuid sold three separate I bo found than \viis implied in the I I FU1RENTModern riser rates.; Mrs. E. E.cottages Wells lltj

: to sell colony land, wen he sold I up to the standard in a short time tiaits of land in IRe county and :T20O proposition that we eat I bimhon !shoots I
in : : .rK-: <-:-:_: ...co .:"'..c_:. acres leSotoounty in both
VjlJ the famous St. Cloud plantation to M or in the proposal of a kindred dppa :: 1' I.FOR RENT OR SALE TwosUwe -

J the Old Soldiers' Colony, through theN stances the parties purchasing to 1111- I .tm"nt that shaiks l I'om an ar- .5 I building on Brack St. No
GOOD LUCK IN TIffAWGATOR y StanfodDWfLUNGS ;
Kissimmee.i II. C.
and
.J National Tribune of Washington City. prove cultivate I i i tide of food. We seem now to have :y J ; _

The advertising that the National Mr. Ward is one of the largest! individual narrowed our ideas somewhat and to ? for rent, opply to

.\ Tribune (the official organ of. the LINE realty holders. in the State, I content ourselves with l'Iecuringthe Tiller

; Grand Army of the Republic) gave 1 and yet owns many thousands of acres! I seeds or roots of vegetables already f t f FOR RKNTA suite of three

: to Florida set the wheels of colonizing that he says will undoubtedly he takenup brought to an acceptable condition at I
A VISITOR TO OCR: I } nertirp" furnished rooms, all mod
;,i ': to buzzing, with the result that WISCONSIN by Northern and Western people first hand. f. conveniences. Mrs W. II. Anal

l Florida is the best advertised and best CITY SUCCEEDS'IN KILLING; before the year closes' as many nun Coming into possession of a new 1 . ..

:c colonized state in the Union. To Mr. ONE:' NINE FEET LONG. with ample means are looking to world it would seem that the European t I FOR RENT-Two furnishedfor

Willson the credit should be given, Florida .for both investment' and to might have done more than he has .r. light housekeeping-

'. many who are- best informed on the make their homes. I'1I'accomplished along; these lines-the .:. 1 bctttr street l&-2tpd I

;. subject say. The news of Mr. Will- K N. Pettigrew of Wisconsin, who barbarian gave us maize. and we y ---- -- - _.

.,? son's reo.very will be learned with with his family is spending the win- DAYTON FLOOD HORROR i i have not troubled ourselves to repeat : 1"'OR RENT---Six-room; concrete
relief his The world's most horrible catastrophe the with other wild :: .
great by many admiring ter and spring in Kissimmee, is a.. I I experiment plants galow, cor. Penfield and Berm
Ii friends. He has just returned from real sportsman, and game of any actual life moving pictures, show- I that might have proved useful under t 1h Ave. Mrs Summers, 60S PenflcUir

Dr. Kelly's private samtonum in character never gets too big for him I ing all important scenes of the flood more intelligent handling; we have f -tf

t' I j, Baltimore.-Tampa Tribune to tackle lie has shot deer and and fire and the damage to life and accepted the foods we found in use, I

'Ii.' ; moose and bear in the great Northwest property. Thrilling rescue scenes, and have seldom troubled ourselves NOT QUANTITY. MISCELLANEOUS.
1 ".MITH-CARSON. life savers at work, wrecked buildings, about :
other
native plants that
but had been in wrest might .:
never a
,Pi: .' "t :," 'The Gazette is I in! receipt of an fn- 'ling match with a 'gator so when he fire scenes' removing dead bodies have been made useful. We have improved : BUT QUALITY WADE,.-i the, tuner Orlando..

.4 ,\;\ ., citation to the marriage of Miss El- landed here he Immediately began headquarters of John H. Patterson, the pecan, for instance, but : AND PRICE. Jt. LOST-Somewhere between eon

ma Smith to W. Woodfin. Carson, the laying plans foradding a hide of oneof' at th 3 National Cash Register Plant why not take .a fine' variety of the : house and Carson's store one 8-ye

happy event to take place' at the Baptist i the kings of Florida waters to his receiving and caring for thousands of scale bark hickory and do something :S r: Mrs. Summers 2: if old boy's Mat, blue serge. Rewt 11-

church on April 23 at 8:30:: p. ni. list of 'urios. flood sufferers Adjutant General for its fruit One of these varieties ]l;: returned to this office.
:
608 P.n'.fJ .1 -
A. ---
"ft Smith is the of Mrs (George Wood and the ;State :
Miss daughter; But it was not until last Saturdaythat militia in the South is naturally much line! X 11)011'me); ; at Kissimmee Drug C

j, Lillie C. Smith, and sister. of Gus success! came his way, when he':' taking chuigt' of the doomed "'its', and than the. native ,pecan. Many plan .:..-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..-:-:-:-:-:-:.':-:-:-:-: :_:_:":':;: and we will get a drink of the be

,j\ Smith, and is one of our city's most succi'edei! in putting a quietus on one I i many incidents Of the honor together \\ huh in a wildt.. furnished rood! soda water made. 81

Uoautiful and charming% ladies with thirty, 't-I explaining slid will I } i'
young I' Hint' feet long the \Killing. taking l pint'e I { s to the aborigines have l>een intuclv
.'4: I Ir Carson is the son of Mr and Mrs. near (Oliver's)l Island :Mi' I'tttigrew I be shown at t the Pastime next :Mon negli'tttd 1 l'ltti) Ida has many of I the! ,. I I
N. I B. and is of the lead | .' (lay, matinee- and night llth
: "arson one i lrought, the monstei to this city and Apiil I 1 vvhuh ait icmarkalile both for thin I

-t ing men of Kissimmee both ill social plated, it i in.the hands of a taxidei'mist I: Admission r> and 10 I) unts Lvc-ry nutritive qualities and for their I FIXK I : I : I ) :
INVKSTMENTBUY
and liuhiness circles These young to CUT e the hide. which he will display. I|;! l h"dv should sec these 1 pic I 'tunsMAMM luauts I If the dangei, of <.\haustionicallv I ! ; / J

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;1. will start married life undermost '
people to Wisconsin fiicnds, I He 'atht' h i:ijrs/ over our land vvi iuiightaui.i
; conditions, for theyI I ; AN IMPRESSION I / ;.
pleasant of the ; Pt its natural productions to more I
Killing 'gutor fully lepaid' him i
number their frie-nds by our population I Hob Owjtr, fresh from collegeipcncd advantage than tt'd and NOW SEIL[ THIS SUMMER
for his trip here, even though hehad impol
,.I and have advantage of ( a real estate office in an attiuctive AT A LARGE
every n'ot ot h'rs'ise', tnjovcd a most plias' climatedarieties I .--Time-s INCREASE[ v .-.
jiossessing all the attainments neci's- sulsu than neighborhood and I llllac'l I
ant time ,
boptd to make his ('ity Block for - - .
nary to hold leadership ill the highest fortune For dayshe Sale -

circles of our country's men anti \MIA1 LESLlE'S'S:;------ sat. undisturlx'd in his little office, I One city Itlock fronting on :Main The far-sighted and wise people are buying Real Estate NOW.

;r''r., women. !staring out at the dusty roads or street, North KisMmmee, which we \\e offer as an investment the following; list of property, to be sold

,- 4 or' i FLORm\ twiddling his thumbs' In the after are offering for JdOO; (cash I Fine investment as a whole, at about two-thirds its actual value, and on easy terms 'I

INTERNATIONAL II The story of Florida in re<'ent noon of the fourth day he saw a man I I of I payment The improved property included in the list bring s ,

times is as fascinating' as anything; crossing Ogden boulevard diagonally, I rental of $69.00 per month.

: which the remoter past told. Soon headed for his' door. Surely this was I No. 471.-A '20-acre home This '

MOONLIGHT FETEAT I after (the close of the civil war her a customer lie must be made to feel splendid property lies two miles north One nine-room house with bath and electric lights, fronting on i
that business from town, is practically level, rich brick paved street, renting for $20.00 I
natural resources in soil climate-and was' flourishing I II per month. This property
1\ : I
dark
s gray soil with fine chocolate easily worlh $2jCHI.OO
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As th '
forest began; to attract capital from I man stl'pped'over the thr..hhold i subsoil ; 1C acres cleared and in cul-
: : TilE HOME OF :MHS Ml::IhLE- I ,
the northern states and from Europe Bob had the telephone receiver at ,I tivation, the remaining four acres I ive-room cottage and bath
JON ON APRIL 18. PROMISES): i ; nearly sew, modern in ,
his fenced every way
ear and covered with 1
l Before reconstruction! was completed was tulkingearnestly into j I''of I a good growth on large lot fronting on brick paved I
TO liE EVENT; OF SEASON.; she had colonies of northern the transmitter pine timber with some scattering month. street, renting for $10.00 per (
peoplefor oak Would he cheap at
about $1,800.00.
,. ; 1V6 acres of
_ the winter months, and her or- "That's correct," he said as! the thrifty grove in bearing nice besides young a I ;

c Everyone will want to attend the ange groves gathered in millions of man stood before him. "Right. We number of fine Japanese persimmon Five-room cottage, on large lot. fronting on brick paved street

northern capital. She was the earliest I will accept your $15,000 cash tomor- trees, some pea.-hes, mulberries, has water, connection, House renting for $10.00 per month. This
"International Fete" the ;
t,1 Moonlight at
row and let the blackberries, two kinds of property if purchased
Confederate state to win the attentionof thirty thousand remainder grapes ep rately would cost $1,250.00.
1 : home of Mrs. Meiklejon, Friday evening and a few bananas. The buildingsare
the investors and captains of industry stand on a ten-year mortgage -
I April 18 above Mason and Dixon's line.- What Yes, I'll bring the value comfortable, of but not of great I Four-room cottage, located on large lot, fronting on brick J I
consisting
'., t It is to be given for live benefit of a box house of paved street, renting for $10.00 '
t Kissimmee The inpour of wealth into her lap has deed around at 11 tomorrow morning five large rooms, porch, several out- per mojth. Easily worth $900.oV' '
1 Library under the auspices I'j
been particularly large in volume in Good-by. buildings, such as grain houses tool Two | j
I of the Kissimmee Civic cottages bringing; in a rental of
League and wagon sheds stables $14.00 per month. Worth
the past decade and a half. This has Bob hung up the receiver and turn- etc. One $80n.tlO. (J
t- Boats will leave the city dock ed deep artesian well and one surface I .
had a tendency not only to increasethe an important visage to the visitor. This land .
:t promptly at 7:10.:: adjoins the finest One
,49 Round trip tickets only 25. cents. state's population, but to place "Now, sir"'he said, "what can I do orange grove in the country growing cottage rented to colored people, renting for $5.00 per 11
; the white element of its people decisively for you 1""Why on the same kind of land. All\ kindsof month. Worth $500.00. 0I
In addition to the delightful moonMrs.E..WeIIs -
. : in the preponderance. The I just came over," said the crops grow encouragingly on this I One-half
.' Northern section of its inhabitants is man, grinning "to connect tele- land and it is the ,prettiest place fora interest in 144 city lots, each M easily worth $'fA- '.:r00
__ __ n ___ _ your home in this section of the country. now, and values are gradually increasing.
steadily growing, aside from those phone instrument with the wires."- There is a fine line of forest trees on j,

I who merely pass th. winter months Harper's Weekly. the outside of the fence, with a beau. Two close in resident lots worth $500.00 each
there. tiful palm inside of the yard also t

: WHERE SOUNDS CAN BE SEEN some thrifty maples, magnolias live Investigate, and you will find that all of the above are good s
oaks and
several
[ The question was asked the other BEFORE THEY ARE AUDIBLE shade trees and ornamental other varieties shrub-of properties worth at a low estimate $14,850.00 We will cell every d

day "Why don't the Englishmenmarry Curious phenomena have been wit- bery and flowers. We want to in- thing in the above schedule: for the sum of $9,300.00. The per oa h

the young suffragettes?" Why nessed lately by Prof. Matteucci at troduce you to the owner of this land buying now will reap large profit .

because since Shakespeare's day they Vesuvius and let you buy direct. You can buy c.s..
t Real Estate and later at Mount Etna it W" also have
at two well
: a bargain and on favorable drilled business lots
have forgotten The Taming of the which on Broadway, fa'y
seems to prove that under certain terms of payment. I very best part of the business
I Shrew.-Tampa Times. conditions district, which we are offering for
I and Insurance we can actually see $5,250.00. ,
sounds a perceptible second beforewe No. 474.-We have two four room tl

A woman is subjected to a good hear them.According cottages located on nice high lots, We will be pleased t. have call and
you
these
t Renting Dwellings Furnished deal of criticism if she kills her hU3- 73V4X147W feet each, within two see properties. I'
to Prof. Mattencci, sound blocks of paved .
In .
street South .
. Booms, and Trucjc Land a specialty band with an axe. But if she shoots which is propogated, as we all know.I, I a simmee. One of these houses Is Kis on --------------------.-. ; c

. him down with a pearl-handled revolver 1 by waves of air alternately :a corner lot. We can offer either of H. M. '

,. J a collection for her benefit is ,ed and expanded, become .visible compressI to 'I these homes at a very low price, and BREAKER; & COMPANY .:
o I n terms
often taken easy
up.-Phildaelphia- Ledger. 1 the
eye by a refraction of light before U
H. 'Breaker .
M. -
& Co. --
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