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 18, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00590
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Never forget: That When You Boost Your Town You Boost Your Own Business:

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wut l eve! be successful along that line present property owners, as will be '
STOCK RAISERS TO is by ,presenting a solid front. And :Board of Trade. Meeting the case if this bill becomes a law' THE CITY DOCK- 1

again atockmen are the best judges, W. II. JIIakl .iton-I am not in favorof

FORM ORGANIZATION of what character of legislation they I] Reminder of Old TimesSCRAMBLE the bill because the drain on the BEING REPAIRED ,

desire to protect their property. II people is already heavy enough. I

"As a rule I find stockmen anxious want good roads as bad as anyore, "
. to do something to better their condition i but a bond issue is the channel trough !

MEETING CALLED FOR APRIL 26 and bring their stock up to a BETWEEN MEMBERS AS TO WHICH COULD BOOST j which to get thej WILL BE PRACTICALLY' SAFE

higher stats of perfection, but don't' THE MOST AND WORK THE HARDEST FOR KISSIMMEE J. K. HHIiard-J-Would favor the bill .

know how to take hold of the propo- | --- if the commissioners give the peoplea ."
ADDRESSES TO BE DELIVERED Rition. There are knotty problems to j : guarantee that competent men will CHAIRMAN PRATHER AT ONCE
When such men as J. W. Prentis, C. J. W. Prentis and W. J. Sears were
BY REPRESENTATIVES OF solve, but by a unity of action all be employed to build the roads, other- HEEDS SUGGESTION OF BOARDOF
A. Carson, B. C. Miller, J, W. Lilly, appointed members: of the advertising
those knots be untied. One wise I am against it.
BOTH NATIONAL AND can easily C. J. Johnson, F. II. Lawson, W. J. committee in place of H. C. Stanfordand TRADE-WORK BEGAN
of the principal things that will : J. M. Gardner-I think that we
STATE GOVERNMENTSThere en- ( Sears, Ed. Canning and Jack Harris J. II. Reese, and the committeeas THIS MORNING.
pag. the attention of the organiza-I' should unload some of the burden we
attend a meeting of the Board of now constituted will at once begin
''tion will be the of are now carrying before we take on
vats
building so
Trade it is an assured fact that a work along the line of collecting statistics -
was a meeting: held in this I that the man can dip his one cow the bunch of business will be transacted, and ordering printed matter any more. The attention of' the Board 6f .
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city last Saturday at the residence of 'same' as the man who owns a thou- i, all looking to the further develop- that will tell the people of the North Jno. M. 'Lee-I am against the bill I Trade, at its meeting Monday night .

E. L. Lesley, which was attended by 'sand. ment of our city. The above named ,and West the true story of the won- i, unless we are shown beforehand that was called to the unsafe condition of :
home of the most prominent stock- :i "The stock industry of Florida\ gentlemen were not all who attendedthe derful development this section* is 1 we will get the worth of our moneyin the city dock,'and during the discus- ','

raisers in this county, as well as C. 'should be developed and improved ini' meeting Monday night, but they making and the manifold advantages the shape of real roads. If it is. sion .that followed it was brought ,

F. Barber of McClenny, president of I'every way possible, and the national ,! were the main boosters and workers and opportunities Kissimmee offers I to be spent the same way as the out that the dock was in such shape
the Florida Live Stock Association.This 'hand state governments stand ready'I '' and when President Miller entertained the homeseeker and investor. Thereis I road funds have been in the past, Iam -that it was likely to fall at any time

meeting was called for the I to lend their cooperation along that I the motion to adjourn after a twohours' not a day in the week but what against it. and cause a frightful loss of life. In

purpose of looking into the advisa- line. Now let us put our shoulders I session things were in much ters come to this city asking for let-I fact the dock has been in such condition "

bility of forming a stockmen's association lo the wheel in one grand organization ',i'better shape and the wheels of pro- formation about our climate, KISSIMMEEIHECITY : for months past that if it were . :;

the objects and aims being and work in harmony to one end i gress had been set to a swifter revo- soil and conditions generally, and this operated by a firm or corporation. it '." :.
fully explained by Mr. Barber. At ,until Florida is known throughout the j I lution. committee should lose no time nor I' OF SUNSHINEKEEPS ed and a new one ordered.

the conclusion of Mr. Barber's address land as the State that produces the I The all important question of a spare any reasonable expense in at ed and a ne wone ordered built.
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the following]) cull' was issued, "est stock and dairy. cattle." I city dock was the principal subject onceplacing such information in I I The discussion before the Board :. "

and the Valley Gazette\ was request discussed, and almost everyone pres- print 3d form in the shape of a neat IN TOUCH WITH THIS further developed the fact that an entertainment '.

t-d to urge upon the citizens generally, 'IF SUBSCRIPTIONTO ent had his say in the matter, with and attractive pamphlet.The I PROGRESSIVE CITY THROUGH was scheduled to take I
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and stock raisers especially, the necessity the result that a committee consistingof Board also took the side of place at Paradise Island tonight and j,

of attending.The VALLEY GAZETTE ', C. A. Carson, J. W. Prentis and S. Tampa in a protest against the abolishing I READING TilE GAZETTE.The another at Southport on the 26th, the J

call follows: 1,7. Triplett was appointed to draft I of the office of collector at that people attending both entertainments tTL, ,'

- plans and outline the way in which port, believing that a city that pays I following is but a sample of being forced to use the dock.to. get "
Call for Meeting to Organize Stock I WAS RENEWED: BY COMMISSIONERS : I to and from the boats.
funds could I be procured to pay for more into Uncle Sam's pocket than the hundreds of letters that are week-
nien'n Association.A I COUNTY WOULD SOON building same. This committee be- I all the balance of the State combined ly received by citizens of Kissirnmee; The members the Board evidently "f.
meeting is hereby called of the i work morning and will should be allowed to its collector believed that workmen should at "
SLI'ILK HI' WITH DESIR l gan Tuesday keep from people in the north and west: .'
citizens of Oscpola county to meet at i .\lIl.IItESIIJENTS.. present to the Board at its next meet- and be a sub-headquarters of the government El Dorado Springs, Mo., Apr 9, '13. once begin putting this dock in practically :

the court house in Kissimmee, Florida, I Ion ing on the night of the 28th a full and in the internal revenue line. ( Mrs. E. E. Wells, Kissimmee Fla.: a safe condition before either' k
Saturday, April :i'ith!(; at 10 a. m., complete report. There are a large number of business Dear Mrs. Wells: Enclosed please one of these entertainments came off, < ,

for the purpose of organizing a Stock Brookville Ind., April 7, 1913. There were a number of important men in Kissimmee who are evi- 1 find\ fifty cents worth of postage as by a unanimous vote a committee i I' !
men's Association The objects of 'CisKimmee Valley Gazette: motions which in their own I consisting of F. H. Lawson J. W. :
j passed, among was one dntly so wrapped up | stamps, for which you will please select -
this association will be to procure (Gentlemen : You will\ please find made by j. W. I'rentis that a special affairs that they have no time to at-I I for me the worth i in some nice Lilly and S. J. Triplett was appointed ;I' ;;

those rights to which the owners of closed $1.50 for which please give invitation be extended the membersof tend the meetings of the Board of ] card views of your progressive little to take up the matter without de- :h f1.

stock in this county are entitled, and ne credit on my subscription. Have the City Council to attend the ses- Trade, and for that reason our city city "Sunshine Kissimmee." lay with the street committee. I >Ji:

by co-operation to bring their stock lot had a paper since the flood, March sions of the Board, believing that has not made the rapid strides or increase I kep in touch with your people by This committee lost no time in getting ..
up to a higher standard of perfection. 25th. nothing 'but good could come out of in population that its superior reading weekly the valuable Kissim in touch with Chairman Pratherof It

There will be present to address the I don't want to miss a paper as I 1 meetings participated in by our' city advantages warrant. It is hoped that mee Valloy-Gazette and occasionally the street committee, and that gen-

meeting representatives of the national xpect }fo come down there in the fall. I law makers and citizens representingevery the meeting on the 25th will show an a good letter from my good' friend, tleman without a moment's hesitation ,

government, the State Agricultural Your paper is a great advertiser. I class of business and profes- attendance greater than that held Mr. James M. Boyle, out on Shingle stated that he would at once calla

college, the State Experimental Station Had you send your paper to quite a sional life.Opinions. last Monday night. Creek, who is having good health and meeting of the committee and take

the State Board of Health, and lumber in this locality last year, and !1 __ __ _ _ ___ ____________.------ steps to that end.
------------------- -- - - - - - - making good success. Mr. Boyle
K Mr. C. F. Barber, president of the now there is
Florida Live Stock Association. Any: if: going to Osceola county, Florida, Widely Differ ago in bad health. Hope to be. in of the president of the council, held a '

citizen of Osceola county is eligibleto who knew nothing about Florida before your city again early next fall. meeting yesterday:: morning and em-

membership in the association.E. reading the Valley Gazette. I I Yours most respectfully, ployed a competent man to take
L. LESLEY, wish your County Commissioners On -Commissioners BillNOW THEODORE M. MARTIN.P. charge of the work of replacing old '

W. C. BASS, would have you send them out again, S.-Kind wishes to Mr. A. S. Nel- and rotten timbers and otherwise t
J. R. DONEGAN, did last last for putting the dock in such shape aa to
is you year, by so son and J. E. Mattocks. Hope Mr.
HENRY T. BASS, doing your county would settle up PENDING IN LEGISLATURE TO LEVY ADDITIONAL MILLAGETO Nelson is convalesing. T. M. M. make it safe to life and limb until I

C. C. BASS, much faster and the expense wouldill BUILD AND MAINTAIN COUNTY ROADS. such time asa new dock .could be

JNQ. R. BRONSON. \ soon come back to the county in I I1 built.
'mprovements and taxes. BIG' LAND DEAL In speaking to a representative of ,t

During the Afternoon of SaturdayMr. Wishing your paper and your coun- As stated in the Valley Gazette last ing before we make the load any I' the Valley Gazette Chairman Prather
Barber called, at the Valley Ga- ty success, ,I remain, week the public were invited to give' heavier. SOON TO BE CLOSED said: "A c competent man at the head

. zette office and to the editor 'went Yours respectfully, an expression of opinion through these C. W. Dann-I favor the bill, but of the street force began work,, this ;

thoroughly into the objects and alms L C. CHAMBERS. columns as to too advisability of the I don't want the money frittered away NEGOTIATION'S PENDING WITH morning on the dock, and his orders : ,

of the association saying'that Florida P. S..-When I read the Gazette Imss (I passage of the bill which passed the .as it has been done in the past. I am EVERY POSSIBILITYTHAT are to put it in such shape as to makeit

wan now and had been for some time it on to someone who may be in- Hoard of County Commissioners at its I,, certainly opposed to the measure unless THET WILL BE BROUGHT safe for use by and size crowd,

the dumping ground for all classesof .erested. L. C. C. j|I meeting on Monday, the 7th, giving the people are given some guarantee I I however. large it may. be, and the
stock, and that it was the duty of them the right to levy an additional that the money spent will bring TO SUCCESSFUL CON- street committee will see to it thatit

every stock rai1T to use his beat ef- four mill tax for I building and maintaining i i better results than we are now get- CLUSION. is kept in a safe condition until such
foils to rid the State of those cattle GET IN THE GAME public roads. i ting.J. time-as it is replaced with a new one.

diseases' that is the cause solely of The bill: was introduced in the lower Z. Roberson, I want roads, and One of the biggest land deals that I Every person in Kissimmee knows

this :State being kept in the qua run- AT PARADISE ISLAND ; house. on Monday by Representative I am perfectly willing to pay my partof has been made in this section during :i that a new dock is necessary, and one ; '
tine, or restricted zone. Hut to be ; the four is on the of will be built just as soon as the present rl
Stanford. the bill, I but I want real roads, and i past years eve
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more t'xplidCwt quote Mr. Barber: .'.., wii.; oc seen oy the views printed : that means, brick roads.. ; being brought to 'a successful con- council can devise ways and
"Tick eiadicatum has started in AND 'IHSIBES: A (.OOD | below, there is a wide difference of :S.V.. o"ninK-We want roads, in ,'clusion, and when it is consummatedour means to do so. Our city has made j ja

Florida, and if we will work togetherit I' 'I IIMK-: YOU WILL h HELP THE I opinion among{ our people as to the fact we must have roads and good : oldest inhabitants will take a wonderful advance in the past few
will be stniped out in a few months. I' LIBRARY FUND. advisability of passing this measureat fresh hitch in their trousers and assume years, and we propose that it shall
too but certainly want
ones, we some
There ar." now in use several vats indifferent i walk of to the min- keep the lead in prosperity and pro- j
: I this time, some claiming that the provision in the bill that will a sixty steps
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parts of the State, and others rate of taxation is already at the topnotch the will be guar-I ute. I C8sivenells.
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in which cattleare If wise planning, united effort and antee money ,
are being constructed I but with few exceptions the We are not at liberty at this timeto
dipped to rid them of ticks or unbounded hospitality can ensure a I entire number believe the funds shouldbe I expended. I I go into details of the deal, but we FISH HATCHERY: FOR
other disease breeding insects or good time," then those who attend It. W. Meiklejon-I am in favor of i j ,
so hedged in that for every dollar are in a position to state that but few
germs. To carry this work to a successful the ")nternational Moonlight expended the people would receive full anything that will improve Florida, very small items stand in the way,'" TOHOPEKALIGA
conclusion, thereby making: at Paradise Island this, Friday, l-'ete"l; value. and especially the.roads in Osceola | any of which can be swept away be- e

Florida the banner stock stale as it ing, April 18, will be happy. county.Ed fore the deal is permitted to fall
rightfully should 1 be, it is necessary affair is under the auspices of the I The manner in which the road funds Canning-Believe the bill should
through.
THAT IS IF THE BILL INTRODUCED

in the has
have been past
that all stock raisers work in complete Civic 1.?aICUl", the puu'eeds for the li- expended pass. There is an immense body of land
I not met with the approval of the people G. A. Sharp-If the Commissionersintend j \ IN CONGRESS BY FRANK/ A
end and the brary.
harmony and to the same involved in this deal, which the contemplated -
only way that can be accomplished is !Mr. and Mrs. Meiklojon are throwing I and they are perfectly correct in to couple together ditching purchasers will place on the CLARK BECOMES A LAW ti ra1
in organization.Our their beautiful house and demanding that they be given some and road building, I favor the bill.
to get together one open market in small tracts and sell to
form association in and each nationality will be guarantee in the shape of a provisionin M. Katz-I am opposed to any ,
plan is to an grounds actual settlers on terms that will en- Lake Tohopekaliga is now and al-
each county, and once a Yl'ar'to meet given, their own special room, veran- the pending bill that if this moneyis 1 measure that creates additional taxes. able a man with a'few hundred dollars ways has been fairly well supplied with

in annual convention under the title da or lawn stand with appropriate paid into the commissioners hands I I J. M. Hansell-Favor that bill or to acquire a home that will give fish, still it is large enough and deep
that it will be paid out only after all'
of the Florida Live Stock Associa- denotations and costumes. Japanese any other bill that will give us good him a comfortable living for all time. enough to accommodate a few million
road work has }been: passed on and
tion. lantcrrs, Chinese lanterns, Dutch lan ,I roads. We hope to be able to publish the more, which will, be the case if the
"I find from observation and information terns will vie with the moonlight in O. K'd. by a person thoroughly comrpetent S. L. Lupfer-Favor the bill but facts of this sale being made within bill introduced in Congress by Frank

gained from stockmen ih south illumination, Mirth and music will in that line. want the money properly dispensed. the next few weeks.CATHOLICS Clark becomes a law. The inland

I and east Florida that the death rate abound. Hot coffee will refresh the The opinions expressed follow: Roma Thomas-Favor a bond issue waters of this section are the natural ,

of cattle has been exceptionally heavy inner man and every cabbage in the J. F. O'Berry-I favor the measure, i sufficiently large to build good I WILL homes of many varieties of fish, and r '

during the past eighteen months, and patch will be a prize cabbage. provided the funds are protected and'''I' roads. a hatchery in any of these lakes would

no doubt the same conditions prevailall Two large boats, each with a barge, properly dispensed.F. 'I' J. M. Willson, Jr.-Think the national GIVE: EXCURSION prove successful.The M

over the State. This great loss "will leave the city dock for Paradise I H. l.awson-Think an additional and state. governments should bill follows: .

of life is caused by the trgaropus Island at 7:30. The," are the "Roseadele" levy of two mills amply sufficient, work in conjunction in the buildingof iaft
I roads. A bond issue is far prefer The Catholic social club will "A BILL to establish a fish-hatching
called, the tick; loaned of Hunter give a
1 annilatus, commonly by courtesy making eight mills all told, which is
able to this bill. But by all means, l excursion the lake Tues- and fish-cultural station on Lake t
ICf which creates a t?ver. This diseaseis Land Co., through Mr. Meiklejon who permitted under the present law. I I moonlight on
whatever kind of law that is passed, day next, the palatial steamer Lillie Tohopekaliga, in the State of Flor-
the Texas tick fever. of it and handled
kriown here as has charge by Ggo. am absolutely opposed to a bond is- I
the let a thoroughly competent man be being chartered for the 'occosion.I ida. .
"The only way to eradicate N. Saunders and Seth Tyson, licensedmen sue.
blood-sucking j' and the "Kissimmee loaned by I employed to build the roads.A. j I The steamer will leave'the dock "Be it enacted by the Senate and
tick and other para- I F. Parker-Prefer issue
sites that prey on our stock is by Frank Vans Agnew and run by Jim G. a bond B. Jarrell-I favor the bill pro- promptly at 8 o'clock, and if thereare House of Representatives of the Uni-
will this bill we must
remedies also licensed, Landing but accept as vided it carries a proviso that it shall a greater number than can be ted States of America in Congress assembled '
dipping the cattle. Many Davis, a man. have roads down on' the
have been tried but the dipping of ""will be made at Mr Meiklejon's new good of or lay be submitted to the people\ of this comfortably; accommodated, a barge 4

cattle in a solution of arsenic, sal and commodious wharf all this ensuring work going forward. county before going into effect.D. I will be taken In' tow. The fare for "That the sum of $ OOOO, or so ,

soda, tar and water, is the best means perfect safety to the passengers.Returning II. M. Breaker-Favor a bond issueon G ..Wagner-Like every other the trip will be 35 cents for adults, much thereof a* may be necessary, be,
yet discovered. I boats leave Island at 10 long time. I know, as does every I citizen, I want good roads, and if that II III and .25 cents for children, and refreshments and same is hereby appropriated fora i

"There are many good reasons why I and 10:30. Round trip 25 cents. other man in this county, that we bill will give them to us, I favor it. in plenty will be served' fish-hatching and fish-cultural elation -
the stockraisers of Florida should must have better' roads, but believe1 I W. B. Cr.ford-A bond issue is : with good music as a relish. i, on Lake Tohopekaliga, in the

form an association, but the main one I Alfred A. Tano our fire chief, re- that those who share in the profits the proper way: in which to build : The excursion given by the Members State of Florida, including the purchase -

is that our State is made, the dumping- 'turned Saturday night from a two should bear some of the expense. I I roads. The people who will come here of the Catholic faith in the past of a site, construction of build-
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ground for everything in the shape of weeks' trip to Philadelphia and New R. T. Butler-We all know that i on account of Osceola county having have proven most enjoyable and been ings and ponds and equipment, on

disease that other State prohibit. It York Mr. Tano says he encountered good roads are absolutely necessary, | a perfect system of roads should be liberally patronized and the'one suitable ground to be selected by the //I ,

i is the duty of stockraisen to protect most unpleasant 'weather-rain, anew, but we should relieve ourselves of I made to pay their pro rata. The Tuesday night should prove no excep- United States Commissioners of Fish' d
they I and olubh !l.eing! on every hai.d. some of the burden we are nowyarryv I whole burden should not fall on the. tion to the rule. and sh.r'L.! _
& their interest*, and the only way '. bA, ?

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will) ever be successful\ along'that line present property owners, as will be :
STOCK RAISERS TO is'by' presenting:! ; a solid front And, Board Trade Meeting the case if this bill becomes a'law, THE CITY DOCK ,

again, stockmen are the best judges W. B. MakiiK'on am hot In favor

> FORM ORGANIZATION of what character of legislation they Reminder of Old Times of the bill because the drainon the I BEING REPAIRED

desire to protect their property ;I people Is already heavy enough. I

"A8 a 'rule I find stockmen anxiousto want good roads as bad as anyone; ,.'
do something to better their cem- I but a bond issue is the channel'trough I -

C MEETING CAllED FOR APRIL 26 d:lion and bring their stock up to a SCRAMBLE BETWEEN MEMBERS AS TO WHICH COULD BOOST which to get them, Will BE PRACTICALLY SAFE

higher stats of perfection, but don't THE MOST AND WORK THE HARDEST FOR KISSIMMEEI J. K. Milliard-Would favor the bill

h know how to take hold of the propo- I if the commissioners give the peoplea ;

ADDRESSES TO BE DELIVERED sition. There are knotty problems\ i I I guarantee that competent men will CHAIRMAN PRATIIER AT ONCE "t '
I When such men as J. W. Prentis, C. J. W. Prentis and W. J. Sears were
BY REPRESENTATIVES OF solve, but by a unity of action all : be employed to build the roads, other- HEEDS SUGGESTION OF BOARDOF 4
A. Carson, B. C. Miller, J, W. Lilly appointed members of the advertising
Ila BOTH NATIONAL AND I those knots can be easily untied. One C. J. Johnson, F. II. Lawson, W. J. committee in place of H. C. Stanfordand wise I am against it. TRADE-WORK BEGAN
of the principal that will J. M. Gardner-I' think that we
STATE GOVERNMENTS things en- ,i I Sears, Ed. Canning and Jack Harris J. II. Reese and the committee THIS MORNING.The .
1 t'ug-> the attention of the organization should unload some of the burden we
attend a meeting of the Board of as now constituted will at once begin
I will be the of '' are now carrying before we take on
1t building vats so'
Trade it is an assured fact that a work along the line of collecting statistics -
There was a meeting held in this 'thnt 1 the man can dip his one cow the bunch of business will l be transacted, and ordering printed matter any more. attention of the Board of

city, last Saturday at the residence of ''same as the man who owns a thou- i;I'all] looking to the further development that will tell the people of the North, Jno. M. -I am against the bill I I Trade, at its meeting Monday night t
E. L. Lesley which attended sand. '' sunless ye are shown beforehand that was called to the unsafe condition of
was by of our city. The above named ,and West the true story of the won- I
Y ,some of the most prominent stock- I "The stock industry of Florida gentlemen were not all who attendedthe derful development this section is we will get the worth' of our moneyin the city dock, and during the discussion -
raisers in this well /should be. developed! and improved in the shape of real roads. If it is I that followed it
county, as as C. meeting Monday night, but they making and the manifold advanja{ es was brought
1a 1I F Barber of McClenny, president of I every way possible, and the national ,, were the main boosters and workersand and opportunities Kissimmee offers I to be spent the same way as the out that the dock was in such shape t

the Florida Live Stock Association. and state governments stand ready''' when President Miller entertained the homeeeeker and investor. There road funds have been in the past, I that it was likely to fall at any time '

4tl This meeting was called for the to lend their cooperation along that I the'motion to adjourn after a twohours' Is nQt a day in the week but what am against it. and cause a frightful loss of life. In

purpose of looking into the advisa- line. Now let us put our shoulders session, things were in much ters come to this city asking for let-I fact the dock has been in such con-

tld bility of forming! a stockmen's association (to the wheel in one grand organization better shape and the wheels of pro- formation about our climate, KISSIMMEE THE dition for months past that if it were

the objects and aims being and work in harmony to one end' gress had been set to a swifter revo- soil and conditions generally and this I operated by a firm or corporation it

fully explained by Mr. Barber. At \until .Florida is known throughout the lution. committee should lose no time nor CITY Of SUNSHINEKEEPS ed and a new one ordered. _.

U the conclusion of Mr. Barber's address land us the State that produces the The all important question of a spare any reasonable expense in at ed and a ne wone ordered built.

e the following cull was issued, iieHt stock and dairy cattle." city dock was the principal subject once placing such information in The discussion before the Board/ ,

b and the Valley Gazette was requested I discussed, and almost everyone pres. printed form in the shape of a neat''' IN TOUCH WITH THIS further developed the fact that an en

to urge upon the citizens generally, IP SUBiCRTPtlONTO ent had his say in the matter, with and attractive pamphlet.The PROGRESSIVE CITY THROUGH tertainment was scheduled to tak

and stock raisers especially, the necessity I the result that a committee consistingof Board also took the side of place at Paradise Island tonight and

of attending VALLEY GAZETTE C. A. Carson, J. W. Prentis and S. Tampa in a protest against the abolishing READING TUB-GAZETTE. I another at Southport on the 26th the\

The call follows : I J. Tnplett was appointed to draft of the office of collector at that people attending both entertainments] r

I ,' plans and outline the way in which port, believing that a city that pays I The following is but a sample of : being forced to use the dock to ge
Call for Meeting to Organize Slock-( WAS RENEWED BY COMMISSIONERS : to and from the boats
funds could be procured to pay for more into Uncle Sam's pocket than the hundreds of letters that are weekly :
I men'N Anworiation. : : COUNTY WOULD SOON building name This Committee be- all the balance of the State combined received by citizens of Kissimmee The members of the Board evidently H

A meeting is hereby called j of the I SJ.T1I.K UP) WITH DESIR gan work Tuesday morning, and will should be allowed to keep its collectorand from people in the north and west: believed that workmen should at

citizens of O.sceoJii county to meet at I A HIIRESIDENTS.. present to the Board at its next meet- be a sub-headquarters of the government El Dorado Springs, Mo., Apr 913.Mrs. once begin putting this dock in p ac-

the court house in Kissimmee, Jo'lorida.1 ing on the night of the 28th- full and ', in the internal revenue line. E. E. Wells, Kissimmee Fla.: tically a safe condition before either a

on Saturday, April 2ith( at 10 a. m., I complete report. There are a large number of business Dear Mrs. Wells: Enclosed please one of these entertainments came off, : dKl

for the purpose of organizing a Stork- Brookville; Ind., April 7, 1913. There were a number of important | men in Kissimmee who are evidently (1 find fifty cents worth of postage as by a unanimous vote a committee

men's Association. The objects of :\,Cissimmee Valley Gazette: I|i motions passed! among which was one so wrapped up in their own stamps, for which you will please se- consisting of F. H. Lawson J. W. ) _

1 this association will be to procure Gentlemen; : You will please find I made by j. W. 1'rentis that a special affairs that they have no time to at- Ilect for me the worth I in some nice Lilly and S. J. Triplett was appointed r

those rights to which the owners of 'nclosed $1.GO for which please give i I invitation be extended the membersof tend the meetings of the Board of I card views of your progressive little tp take up the matter without delay 1.

stock in this county are entitled and ne credit on my subscription. Have I the City Council to attend the sessions Trade, and for that reason our city city 'Sunshine Kissimmee. with the street committee.

by .co-operation to bring their stock lOt had a paper since the flood, March I of the Board, believing that has not made the rapid strides or increase I kep in touch with your people by This committee lost no time in getting -
up to a higher standard of perfection. 25th. nothing 'but good could come out of in population that its superior reading weekly the valuable Kissimmee -I in touch with Chairman Pratherof + r

There will be present to address the I don't want to miss a paper as I meetings participated in by our city advantages warrant. It is hoped that Valley Gazette and occasionally the street committee,and that gentleman -

]meeting representatives of the national xpecl to come down there in the fall. law makers and citizens representingevery the meeting on the 25th will show an a good letter from my good friend, without( a moment's hesitation -

government, the State Agricultural Your paper is a great advertiser. I class of business and profes- attendance greater than that held Mr. James M. Boyle, out-on Shingle stated that he would at once calla

college, the State Experimental Sta- !had you send your paper to quite a sional life. last Monday night. Creek, who is having good health and meeting of the committee and take

d tion, the State Board of Health, and lumber in this locality last year, and making good success. Mr. Boyle steps to that end. '

w Mr. C. F. Barber president of the now there is quite a number talking went from here some eighteen monthsago This committee, with the addition '

c Florida Live Stock Association. Any if going to Osceola county Florida, Opinions Widely Differ in bad health. Hope to be in of the president of the council, held a \

citizen of Osceola county is eligible who knew nothing about Florida before your city again early next fall. meeting yesterday morning and employed td

d to membership in the association. reading the Valley Gazette. I On Commissioners BillNOW I 1 I Ypurs most respectfully, a competent man to take .}
charge of the work of old
E. L. LESLEY, wish your County Commissionerswould THEODORE M. MARTIN.P. replacing

W. C. BASS, have you send them out again, I S.-Kind wishes to Mr. A. S. Nel- and rotten timbers and otherwise :

J. R. DONEGAN, is you did last last year, for by so son and J. E. Mattocks. Hope Mr. putting the dock in such shape as to

HENRY T. BASS, doing your county would settle up PENDING IN LEGISLATURE" TO LEVY ADDITIONAL MILLAGETO Nelson la convalesing. T. M. M. make it safe to life and limb until

C. C. BASS, much faster and the expense would BUILD AND MAINTAIN COUNTY ROADS.As such time as a new dock could be

JNO. R. BRONSON. all soon come back to. the county in built. sc
'mprovements and taxes. BIG LAND DEAL In speaking a representative of p

During the afternoon of Saturday Wishing your paper and your coun stated in the Valley Gazette last ing before we make the load any the Valley Gazette, Chairman Prather
1>1r. Barber called at the Valley Gazette ty success I remain week the public were invited to givean heavier. SOON TO BE CLOSED( said "A competent man at the head, ''

.1 office and to the editor went Yours respectfully, expression of opinion through these C. W. Dann-I favor the bill, but of the street force began work t this '6

. thoroughly Into the objects and aims .' '*L. C. CHAMBERS. columns as to too advisability of the don't want the money frittered awayas NEGOTIATIONS PENDING WITH morning on the dock, and.his ordersare

1 of the association, saying that Florida P. S.-When I read the Gazette I I passage of the bill which passed the it has been done In the past. I am EVERY POSSIBILITY THAT to put it in such shape as to make ,
wits now and had been for some time 'i ceitainly to the it safe for use by and size crowd, '
its opposed measure unless -
HISS it on to someone who may be in. Hoard of County Commissioners at THEY WILL BE BROUGHT
the dumping ground for all classesof crested L. C. C. : meeting on Monday, the 7th, giving I the people are given some guar- I however large it may be, and the ,. stock, and that it was the> duty of them the right to levy an additionalfour antee that the money spent will bring TO SUCCESSFUL CON- street! committee will see to it that vj

31 every lock luii' to use his, bet cffmts mill tax for building and maintaining better results than we are now get- CLUSION. it is kept in a safe condition until such \ '

to rid the State of those cattleliMUM's GET IN THE GAME i public roads. i ting time as it is replaced with a new one. '\1' ;

that is the cause solely of The bill waX'Tntroduced in the lower J. Z. Koberson want roads, and One of the biggest I land deals that I Every person in Kis&immee knows I "'
th s State IJ.ingkl'pt ill the
tine' or restricted I /(/ne. Hut! to be Stan lord >. the bill, but I want real roads, and I the past four years is on the eve of will be built just as soon as the present \ 11
more explicit, wo quote :Mi. liuihel, : -- I I _y- 'i I being brought. to a successful con- council can devise ways and ,
:. -. win no seen I oy the views printed ,| that means brick roads. '
"Ti<.k piadicutioti! has stalled in IOMGIIT.' ;) AND BESIDES A (;OODT ) : below there is a wide difference of S. 1V. lIo"ninl-We, want roads, in i! elusion, and when it is consummated means to do so. Our City has made .

Florida', and if we will work togetherit 'I 11111 I : MU) WILL HELP THE: opinion our people us to the our oldest inhabitants will take afresh a wonderful advance in the past few J' ,
among ) (I fact we must have roads and good
will be htmpeil out in a few months 1.IHKARY HIND. advisability of passing this measure ones, too, but we certainly want some : hitch in their trousers and assume years, and we 'propose that it shall t'Y
There ur" now in use several vats indifferent : I walk of to the min- keep the lead in prosperity and proK' .
that the a sixty steps
_____ I at this time, some claiming provision in the bill that will guar- 5
of the State and others i essiveness. k
parts |
rate of taxation ill already at the topnotch the will be judiciously tI
cattle If wise united effort und I antee money ute.We I I 1
constructed which planning,
arc being in but with few exceptions the expended. II are not at liberty at this time
are dipped to rid them of ticks or unbounded. hospitality can ensure: a I entire number believe the funds should 1 to go into details of the deal, but we FISH HATCHERY FORTONOPEKALIGA
other disease breeding insects or 'gaud) time," then those who Attend be so hedged in that for every dollar R. "'. Meiklejon am in favor of i| are in a position to state that but few , I,

germs. To carry this work to a successful the "International Moonlight Fete" expended the people would receive full anything that will improve Florida, I very small items stand in the way
conclusion, thereby. making at Paradihe, Island l this, Friday, evening value. and especially the roads in Osceola [ any of which can be swept away be- t

Florida the banner stock state, us it April 18, will be happy. The county.Ed i I fore the deal is permitted to fall
be iK. affair/ ill under the auspices of the The manner in which the road funds Canning-Believe the bill should
rightfully should it necessary I through. INTRODUCED
: have been expended in the past has I TIIAT IS IF THE BILL
that all stock raisers work incomplete Civic lyague, the pio.-eeds for the li- pass.G.. I There is an immense body of land
not met with the approval of the peo- the Commissioners: IN CONGRESS BY FRANK
end l and the lii a ry. A. Sharp-If 4.
harmony and to the sane : involved in this deal, which the contemplated -
only way that can be accomplished is Mr. and 1 1\IrM. Meiklejon\ are throwing ple, and they are perfectly correct in intend to couple together ditchingand I I purchasers will place on,,the CLARK BECOMES A LAW ) .'
demanding that they be given some I favor the bill.
road
to get totrcther in one organization. open their beautiful house and building, I market in small tracts and sell to .
Our plan is to form an association in grounds and each nationality will, be guarantee in the, shape of a provisionin M. Katz-1 am opposed to any I II actual settlers on terms that will en- Lake Tohopekaliga is now and always ' <
the pending bill that if this moneyis additional .
each county and once a year to meet given. their own special room, veran- measure that creates taxes.J. able a man with a few hundred dollars has been fairly well supplied with
in annual (convention under the title da or lawn stand with appropriate paid into the commissioners hands all I I M. Hansell-Favor that bill or to acquire a borne that will give fish, still it is large enough and deep ; M ,'
after
that it will be paid out only
of the Florida Live Stock Associa- Je;millions and costumes. Japanese any other bill that will give us good him a comfortable living for all time. enough to accommodate a few million i
road work has been passed on and 4
lantrri, Chinese lanterns Dutch lanterns roads. We hope to be able to publish the more, which will. be the case if the
tion."I find from observation and infor- will vie with the moonlight'In O. K'd. by a person thoroughly com- S. L. l.upfE'r-Favor the bill but facts of this sale being made within bill introduced in Congress by Frank ;

c mation gained from stockmen in south illumination, Mirth and music will petent in that line. want the money properly dispensed. the next few weeks.CATHOLICS Clark becomes a law. The inland '

and east Florida that the death rate abound. Hot coffee win refresh the The opinions expressed follow: Roma Thomas-Favor a bond issue waters of this section are the natural i,

of cattle has been exceptionally heavy inner man and every cabbage in the J. F. O'Berry-I favor the measure, sufficiently large to build good I) WILL homes of many varieties of fish, and :

i during the past eighteen months, and patch will be a prize cabbage provided the funds\ are protected and I roads. I I'I a hatchery in any of these lakes would .

no doubt the same conditions prevailall I 'i 1'wo large boats, each with a barge, properly dispensed.F. J. M. Willson Jr.-Think the national I GIVE EXCURSIONThe prove successful.( :

r over the State. This great loss will leave the city dock for Paradise II. Lawson-Think an additional ,'I and state governments should I II The bill follows: \
work in in the buildingof
of life is caused by the mirgaropus I Island at 7:30. These are the "Roseadele" levy of two mills amply sufficient, conjunction I '"
I A bond issue is far "A BILL \to establish a fish-hatching
roads. prefer Catholic social club will give
annilatus, commonly called the tick, loaned by courtesy of Hunter I making eight mills all told, which is a t
I able this bill. But all I excursion the lake and fish-cultural station on Lake
to by means Tuesday
moonlight on -
0 ,:t.which creates a f-ver. This diseaseis I Land Co., through Mr. Meiklejon, who permitted under the present law. I I i
whatever kind of law that is passed, next, the palatial steamer Lillie' Tohopekaliga, in the State of FIorI ,
the Texas tick fever. I of it and handled by Geo. bond is-
known here as has charge am absolutely opposed to a '' .
let a thoroughly competent man be' being chartered for the occosion. I II I ida. '
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the licensedmen
Seth
"The only way to eradicate N. Saunders and Tyson,
I' loaned sue.G. employed to build the roads.A. I The steamer will leave the dock "Be it enacted by the Senate and
"Kissimmee
tick and other blood-sucking parasites and the by I ;. F. Parker-Prefer bond I
issue,
a
is : and Jim' B. Jarrell-I favor the bill pro- promptly at 8 o'clock, and if thereare House of Representatives of the Uni-
I that prey on our stock by Frank Vans Agnew run by but will this bill must
remedies I licensed Landingwill accept as we vided it carries a proviso that it shall a greater number than can be ted States of America in Congress assembled -
dipping the cattle. Many Davis, also a man. down the
have good roads! or lay on
I be submitted to the people of this comfortably accommodated, a barge I
n have been tried, but the dipping of be made at Mr, Meiklejon's new work of forward.
cattle in a solution of arsenic, sal and commodious wharf all this ensur- going county before going into effect. |I will be taken in tow. The fare for "That the sum of $50,000, or 80. i 1
to the II. M. Breaker-Favor a bond issueon D. G .Wagner-Like every other the trip will be 35 cents for adults, much thereof as may be necessary be, ,
soda, tar and water is the best means ing perfect safety passengers. I I I ,3
n yet discovered. I Returning boats leave Island at 10 long time. I know as does every citizen, I want good roads and if that and 25 cents for children, and refreshments and same is hereby appropriated for ,

r "There are good reasons why :and 10:30.: Round trip'25 cents. other map. in this county, that we bill will give them to us, I favor it. in plenty will be served a fish-hatching fish-cultural station c
the stockraisers many of Florida should must have better roads> but believe Wf B. Crawford bond issue is with good music as a relish. on Lake Tohopekaliga, jn the i "

form association but the main one I Alfred A. Tano, our fire chief, returned that those who share in the profits the proper way in which to build The excursions given by the members State of Florida, including the pur-
,
an Saturday night ,from a two should bear some of the expense. roads. The people who will come hereon of the Catholic faith in the past chase of a site, construction of build- y4,
Is that State is made the dumping- <
our for everything in the ahape of \ l'ekR'! "trip to Philadelphia and New R. T. Butler-We all know that account; : of Osceola county havinga have proven most enjoyable and been ings and ponds and equipment, on *iI

ground disease that other State. prohibit. It York. Mr. 'l'ano says he encountered good roads are absolutely necessary perfect system of roads should be liberally patronized, and the one suitable ground to be selected by the //I r '

most unpleasant -rain, nnewI but we -should relieve ourselves of made to pay their pro rata. The Tuesday night should prove no excep- United States Commissioners of .Fish ?
is the of stockraisers to protect F
duty I ti tx !I whole burden should not fall on the tion to the rule. and Fisheries.-
wind and olufch \l.enor; on every hand. lome of the burden we are now carry
their' interest, and the only way thyey I l ,- ..r K. _

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PAGE 2. '. THE KISSIMMEE-VALLEY: .. (
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r to $4 for seconds;. Philadelphia and 'iWORDS 'THAT COME
merce commission is likely to look DECKER about the .Birch J
CITRUS GROVES PAY ',{JUDGE, Illaltmioie) markets are Mountaini
t 'k into the net rate of earnings based on sumo We are still restrlcted'1n'ourVesb FROM THE HEARTSTRICKEN
i
the money in the business. It's true LOCATESATSANFORDPROMINENT account of the unusual '
) on
movement \
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.. $300 AN ACRE that some of the companies have ,'' flood conditions, which,. howfcviv I j jI HERB TEA

.largo "C'uantitlesothorwlso) known as,I .. I ,
areJmproving and_ we.anticipate
I round lots of capital stock on 'paper OKI TIIII I ': DAYTON THANKS i iI
MEMBER\ \
'next' week they will be able to takea Imported from Bohemia the
outstanding but the Interstate Com- I BECOMESPEKMANKNT | KISSIMMEE; \ FOR SENDING most
I.KGAL I'KOKESSION of their regular re-
l good proportion wonderful herb
compound the'I
IN THE NARGOOSSEE SECTION commission is possessed wltllt.th..po
r' -- ,- '. | merce r:lo.Jearnwha t,!actual money I Im:HlJfo"J1':';" OKcrrv. d I!1.1ui'cnwlltf&] ." I All). TO THE HELIEIOl I world has ever known, for the

a 'vaa paid into the companies in ex.I -1'woorum' j JM. iUlm'iiljurs, .oY3.hl.; Bahren- .j __ i'IiE. SUFFERERS.. !I treatment of Asthma, Hay Fever,
Iburg said "After carcfuFuiMstigiition -
Bros. Cc, :
Bronchitis Colds
.. _ .AND HUNDREDS OT ACRES ADDITIONAL -!I change for th paper stock: what part During the past few .years( ninny j 1 find the crop will be I -- I La Coughs, Catarrh

WILL lit(; PLANTED !' was issued to railroad" officials for' in other exchange desiritble and prominent pobple have I from 60\ to GO per tent Of normal I | The; following letter to Mayor J. W. I severe Grippe cases, Whooping of Kidney Bladder
and ,
._ . NEXT SEASON, :i for a !)ull" If the attached) theI118d"os to IsciHila county also find' stock is in excellent ship- I Lilley\ Is self explanatory: i Stomach and Lung troubles. -,
If ,
tendencies
grafting any. residents but none I' order, and will carry to arty I Dayton Ohio, April 11, 1913 I It is
,.. -,-, -- J.oimnififi.ionlinds that graft i i. any I UK pernmncnt ping an invigorating;;p'I
- the:l'Olhwtff' hn\f".ji....v"m- iiiorc_ jiU-'CpliLl'li'= hun rural :The blight! was' !not bacterfa.Up To. the Honorable Mayor, Kismmnv.'e, I tonic; purifies the
uiiibideiahle item
The Jn
article IB from
following taken !
frontOklahontu I Florida /
) 150 cara1id.beenmoved i :
IKsomething .1 hut!}:'"' S. 1 II IVcker wlio came to April f>, blood, builds
the Florida Grower of last week: express companies thenmn t > Dear Sir: As chairman of the up
t In M t loud oniiip moivthsli.iikTi and I f'-el that the prices thin the rundownays.
"Can informational 1 dot n,: and a thorough III M
you give me any neck will strike bottom. I then look Dayton Citizens' Relief Committee, 1l"sne I
tem soothes theTz"
Hit fiuts to :it g" i' ,
out the land the east shorn of \istigntioii 'is ic'i tain.
along
> ?
to extend tti'you and, through
: Pi .ker graduated f from the for higher, prices us at no time will nerves improves
Lake isee'? !lit 1I1"'I..d! piomi-e to U rye 0per| rill | ,
Tohopikalipa a""o'
ii near the '- I 1.\\.1 c .,-v I Ill" I 1'nrsersity thirty.live I the receipts lie henThe' season.. eau, to th?: )people) of HiMtimincc ours s the appetite and
lotation deva lop t that i.mpaiun
We would like nice for our nifty \
a xits'.uid has devoted his entire commenced thieo weeks\ earlier than ;inc -re thanks and deep appreciationof ) makes
I lo l >r'Junneo0, ' ai '''i \ r : sleep restful
Bummer home Would a In.,> i and lump"Horn! -i :
and stillho\\ .i }1'\: : t 'i-',' t.i tlu I ligil profession ; hits been I, last year so UII'I'il" a much longei the material assistant you have! and refreshing.
level be better than all in tectnuC '
011< loping -
i i .tra.t I '.. ..,' .lm.lt..d to {piiiitue' before the Stale Unit? to macket; the orop" alT 1 n I'ded UK I Please accept' thi'j grate This wonderful
rvtrrtl thiiiisiid, <'i tern!! >
toward the luke I 'under| of > p
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t' am adllal mxist i in Ihhal' '',.-i .i1-- ''''.1! !IxKi.il i emit-, and has filled both I I.t. At I'eeleial 1 Point potatoes ale utovuig .,Iful recognition of you practical! 1 sm, M d r M u N medicinal tea contains

ing 'whether the heavy Minim i nuns nlOl"'y in.ill IhtlL, I I.f xto : '.. 'hr( {positions' ; of !prosecuting, attorney as fast as they can get hands te pllt h)', not only on liehaJf of this Com 'M 21 different
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i tear the ground like it does here! nt' \ a I .
' I x .\u'il judge The'1 judge early in hisirtii ,dig them out, and glowers me shipping tn'ttee, but in the naive of every <'ill herbs importedfrom
times where the ground| is l-v ,l\ the M'i'' "- ot'pa'I
: ,. adopted' the criminal side of ) on an average of :J or :'t cars n of I Dayton Bohemia and has been endorsed

t How many acres should J 'hartIti: tin l.i", und bas. been I rOllne, 'l1 \\itnunii I daily. There is very little blight at It is i a beautiful tubule to the* by Pope Leo XIII, the Em-
have to have nice gardtii.. liuil ,
i
a
\ GOLD MEDAL of the I most important case ever the Point and there are about IfOO! () American l people when one city vull poror of Austria and many eminent
of all kindshcie cool I krcp
1""; w. |I li 1 ud! before the Western courts. Me acres and the yield; and uality,| IK ex- ': mine to the relief of another, son.lyatrJi'd physicians, besides receiving
chukenH HOIKund : ( 1)"ld.l AWARDED '
a eon
manage! it without WOrking too. hI'"' '' WILL BE ".aye another lawyer at St Clout! 'I te-lleMit At Elkton potatoe-s are moving with the piomplncs and! the highest awards, gold medalS

Would a citlUK orchard pay !if a'I, : t'n', would not only a.td to the population this week at the late of 3: to 5 whole-heartednesuith which the city -some of which are reproduceon

lull would luiiifr more business to him. Elkton will note ''of Kissimmee.. answered ; i tars n dayThe crop -
work hired'hnt would t : -
us HII'I
: was Mil D I I'M': ; 1"111'jI' I :
1 1111: t
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lakes two, to make law suit. I) distiessOut from Expositions held in Paris
have be (1..1. I is it n > rushed I to market us the fields are ,
acre to ( irioind
I per
\ and set out to citrus (ui-1. l \\nnt., M I 1'-\\: : ON Ito. II.ItNG: *; I His SOil is prosecuting attorney of I show ing l hut littJe blight i uutl\ giowerhwill city is passing( through a dark Rome, Vienna, Florence, London

(n'.k County. (OklahtHua I let the .. in the )p\''iiod in her i histoivct aye are not and Liege in recognition of its
probably stay
to go to Florida in alx ut I Ihi, ,', \.11- (.Ill II! ) l ICO tI\IIO:; crop

What .should. l I do to tin phtr'to ,. .I i, <....kl' The I ) judge,. a man of most pleusI I ground ais. long as possible.'t'hePacker ) I di-ni.i\eil; the woids. ; -; of cheer, in great curative qualities. This is

I hove a nice, ]plaCt i in a year, o.' two lug! personality and is built along: the I I'ou'ag-'I, t and kindly s\inpathv we one of the few articles that is free

lineto, make of have teemed from our sisltr'cities from alcohol narcotics and
"' success a certainty I - - - -- poison.
after 1 get then ? I I I' \ ,I.I) IIH'lal in Ihe( !. school bo01,
jr u.thing h., U' d rtakt"- IL\IIIt'lIIS: urxioiti::; or > 01 HI liioiigli( the length. ami breadth of UK If it does not do all that is claimed
Ntl'--Thi is.. a mi n"i. 'iVHI .,, I "era,., II the am s of 10 und 1"ib' :>
l __- I Ind I: I. Ingi: ;mil small alike, h.iInrht, for it, your money will be refunded.
'i would make no mistalv, i'"it ayi! u: ahloping \ wjiti- Use !Lest t (imposition! not I lilt claim I I tli.it indium can ustoitllu '
,1I..d tin gloom. thaI .-"I'IOIIIIId us BIRCH
lake fiont" I If tin -.11'.1' \\ .i-h! ce i 4s'Itd sononls, 1 on the repairntunleniua FLORIDA SPUDS lmrde'ed, l \ aiteiies of uiiddleaged'on : MOUNTAIN TEA' CO.,

i-d, with tin tan,s |1'1u.. ,ida w .oiM ,is .1 ..1 I 'e of t nth, roads. t is toI 1"1 l stuns to. a healthy ,' and, sopiolong 'led j g\in; ii- sticiiglh I to outer l ton Buffalo N. Y.. U. S. A.

; hole in the ground Ten l mll'\.I.\ i I auinlid, 1 bLfigi'i \Nallir l 1'ageofli MOVING RAPIDLY life! seas mule \\i\ I III'. Sa'ilu l liiUntK' upon tin wink of building a .
-:01.1: 1 \\t\ Kiim Drug Co. Kissim-
JlnllH'
IIIJV''I.i l.dI'I'! :end grander Divtcin)
l after a .storm. the I gi?\irnd i id! ) of, Jlirltlo, <.e of pulilu roads. 1 t'nited, niann.' of Hiilm, in a I 'ituie in Ion
. \\' shall n.\1' foiget Kind '<\ I lotitla
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f a top that >'ou su'ald' fat t "'n I'' i < :-'t.itis I 1"'p..tIlWllt|> of :Vgnculture. - don, "li' .foil, (the H"olltg"11{, tiuctly.! 1 voui

1. had bran a rain II your lulp ,i- intelligent .ishmgton. 1 II.> (C. Ml 'ompo'ltions \lllljs.rKK IMtOHMU.\ '(I\\ () I If I tie tin in 1, \. is toiiiit.' I ,it will lie!, N-, to uaud! 1 Kissiniiri" will seer --- ---
In. In'lil in fond and grateful, ,Kmini!
I and l know how lo do tin must IK submitted to Mr Page before HI=.NDRED t VUS:; nil I, Ui: 'pos -ihle] foi! a fi \\ dollars. to buy a t hi rol'ntbs. I .in I Ih1. !in Ins.. bean
l I.ra l b\ and 'hildvlio
1 work, a utiuoiihud! could htI iliad. :flay lri.. I'M:t. an! the medal! will J ben'aidid Miipprn 01) ".r- Il'E i: i.idiuni! "|'ii 11' nt us v,11\l \. h will, m inn- III't,IIII every I ni in llonn, VM in.in." i II.' .' an"> \ .' 'ti.. a pe.t t and] abort,

to Of .mils" it you. did a ni in.' t- Ih.aft..r us thecompositions f.u of of. 'itliI \ ( Dayton
pay : 1 1 as soon 1'1 till e cnn \ <> .
I r :\HSI; u mm.) V he. n i .I.h :end lot.( tit tilings more;
''I'I' ," walk yur' "' li you Mlllil\ gel I :flung" run b I giaded! ] Theioniiostioi 'I'!i ii|puid" u- ,'in,,--t, |I. 1)l'un rtilherttiar 'toy I siiueeiely.
to G.itii( 1 lion, dr.n i lIi1d I to dll" him
IOIIN) II. I'ATTHSO-I 1 I: { : i
with our man, 1-- ThaI"I i i' about all .. \kn0wl-) ( ,
; | : n.t' )I. 'z..td I on ,11 pt.it Ic i out 1:am inu! a hitnnrtylunneu.l 1"I.; I IM '
f'out lot
i f sums pat i shim
Ot the difeirnct!/ It would 111 il\e if you ,,'diri! g;iind. from looks\ or other The I llastli:!,s potato 1 nuiMintnt is i .,. t ol i a.ll1l1l1..I w liu! 'li t is "I.'dth. ] (hall'1I1a .. I'hry I Hi it all in*'n. 1 hy thl'irt"lth.

'i' had the light man to look out" for soui I.(5." but NO ciubtation should be tin. and gain. out digging, : ' >it a li\t'K' .it t I."It.mi, '.'I i' 11 i v-Ia-- battle.' 'I'hr I Iitl, t ton, ( t'lt".I'II" 1.I.f: I, (1'1)otrntter! . :.. o vutii v.i ty I' (1 to life, limit Ii '! and

things It ,iost t fioni <:JO to < >(O) all inadi tut'I: 1 11ll' total slupnii! 'nt-. fur tin. 1 otlli( .. i. lilli.l 1 with wati.i In tinon .
Powers, (the "Inn :linker (Coniini tn.llh! ; hut I i !i-t to ik nmwhy
.j:,: a.I'to lear lund About' $7.;> to truce, .\fur mania's evpciieme' with, second wiiU .iggitgit: 'ii 1 1 1"i':''us' I' '"i 'i' "f f li pi, i Ih''. nattt t )bt'i'on it's ae''r( , allot. tin t t'gltt\ surd l lo ("irnlurth

a ; a ti'n-ai're tiait" ( ,itiut tnlost' the pull!.i' road tuation of the country against, :J!h cars' the lust vx.i.k. The t't, M'1ith lad''l1 l i in:illations. A glimpse- into the occult, win! Id ,, truth I E'loaltg.; '.

i : from 7"nuts; .. to $:J apiece. \\ c' it is Mr Pages belief that ignorance largest single' das s shipminl' so. fu, i! I In' nliiiiii i : !11 in.'mia<'ti\e' fur. him We have all heard and rind of In p-

:;t. plant them about 70 to the aire One on the subject of repair and this "' ..a..HIIIS. lust Sat utility, whin"I '''dlt'd"I'! y.'us. so ,it ,is, onlv necessary notists( Mi ue' can not npprerute!
in day. ,' H h\ wmiM .latt !Mpr t'" *.4t. cut "" '<'ft'"'
man ought to set out an acre a *
maintenance of roads it> as much the :!:I ruts mostil. Puns have ileilnmla 't. i It lit tilt, 'atein i older. to gitin the wonderful faculties poss.ssed b\.

; Have your land cleared of all trees cause of their lad condition us anyothor I I littl, No; 1 bunging from $:!J7i. t"l iv 1\I mii bt'-of( nose',s, mortal man.

f I except those around Jour house and one factor. It is expected that < I and :No: :i $_'.7"pi bain, I 'I'htr! --- We speculate, we ('ommeiitvVs eritiuse j -
Have orchard neatly
front yard your the ,competition will bring about a has been 1< some trouble' in getting ,suf AUCTION SALE OfAULTMAN we onilude It is but hum: n to

laid out by some one who knows better understanding of the subjectof '' hi'lint help to. most the clop and t tht do .so.. Mo\M\er, Prof. Powers' allow'

how to do it. Plant ornamental trees repair und maintenance in the rural colored labor is demanding\ '/ an incicase ; latitud-. to criticise
LOTS no : ( or sp'uillh'
l I vines etc around the ,
shrubs, flowing .
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difetucts o\'<'r tlu n' regular of .J
prue lie imply compels you to vtondoi, .
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house and the door ..rd. With a
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t Many children living in the rural $1 I.:2;> I per day to $1.f( and. $1.7r per I Imminent physicians, even admit )
lake in front have a
+ you can soon
place of great beauty. Travel over districts have experienced the disadvantages day. TIll'I digging is progressing( at (\LLED tiFF WilE: six .\KKDISPOSED : Ins pniwess; and power They mecompelled

; "l of roads.. made impassable a fan rate and inoxemmt will be I to, foi the reason that while!
Florida a little and see what others ) OF IIKCM'SE' FIIKV
I. ,' 'through lack of proper maintenance ; heavier< next week Thc 1 quality of hvpnotism has long been accepted) usa
,. are doing.'f WEnE SELLING I : ; AT TOO
/ I their interestin 'the potatoes 'is excellent and most of ,
I .. and it is expected that science; there are few who have attained
\' will stimulate : the fields are digging out better than LOW 1 U.UKFS;
the Powers i
1 The editor of the Grower is not explicit competition its mastery is! one

enough and does not do the greater interest among the patents expected The J shortage in the crop of the few in question; lie intensifiesand

I( f Narcooa ee section justice when he Had roads have prevented many chil- will be felt more when the later crop few Kissimmee jet he simultaneously entertains a---- f
Very people in knew
;. merely states that "a citrus orchard dren from obtaining a proper education -'. is dug as the blight- has curtailed the that an auction sale of lots was to be Pastime Theater, Wednesday and 8.,1' hrt.au sbc did'nt Ian that way
\ of the and have even prevented doctors yield to a large extent. Shipmentsthis Thursday 30 and 1.
could be made to pay. AH held at Aultman's addition Wed- April May
r .t in the Narcoossee section yield I from reaching the side of rural patients week will run:.35 to 40 cars per on 'i i
r', groves and the movement would be nesday at 10 o'clock until about 8:30: An empty has a of Jack
day would eat (fat
;.J' "I big dividends, and many as much'' as in. time to save their lives. !purse way I Spratt no ,
.: on that morning-no notice advertisement
f heavier if could sufficient or frightening friends '
away
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$300 an acre annually. Many acres I| Any child between the ages men- growers *get. to< that effect/ having been 1 I 1 His wife would eat no lean! So
help. ,
( :'tl" in that section have been planted to tioned, attending a country school/ inserted in the local! paper" when' a THE TIGHTWAD I

\ I citrus fruits the past season, and hundreds may compete Only one side of thepaper Frank Nix, of John Nix & Co., said couple of gentlemen! began giving out Thus between the two of themThey'ed

I, ; of acres are now being put inter must he written on each :Monday : "Twenty-nine carloads of
; pageshould tickets, which stated that if you at- Old Sijuee/um has come to our eat a meat chop claan.
;; condition for planting next winter. be numbered; the name ageund potatoes went out from this section
\ tended the sale and was lucky you town; and he makes detent ('illensfiovMi
: I, In fact there is no section of Florida address of th. writer, and thename Saturday night, making a total. for would Then
get a price
. a fourpiecebrass /! ; he Crumbles and] knoiks und I
growing at a more rapid rate than and location of the school whichhe the week of about 115 cars, of which, The and
hand n'lld..I'.d i a few tunes, a he builds no blocks, but he rues "\'i'renterpriv > Long Short of
I that immediately surrounding Nar or .she. is attending must be plainly we shipped (>9 ears Track prices... Saturday gentleman, spoke a piece through a down. lies, full of stolepessimist

''1- coossee. Citrus trees (one-year buds! written) at the top of the first pa<;e. were $:1 7i! for No.1 and $L75 megaphone, and a limited number juice; for imprfivi'me nts he it is, That We Have The

::1 4 I the kind usually planted), cost from The 1 announcement of the ,competition for No 2, and the same holds today I hie-d themselves up to the seat of the can't see the use; he gets all he can

It y 40 to GO cents each, according to the has been "sent to the .superintendentsof inasmuch us the loading is very light sale] in West Kis lmme.'. by any old plan, but he 'I"V"I'IIS Fat and Lean of it.

number purchased EDI: '1'(OH VAL schools in the rural districts. No always on Monday. We anticipate! The sale was promptly put on at known .'
) to I..t 1 loos II, s unc'ie'nt and
J.EY GAZETTE. fuithcr information can be obtained however that prices will decline lit- the hour named 10 o't'lo'k-lInd six
1 1 stingy and Mow, it peeves' him to seethe IS YOUR CHOICE
1 from the Office of Public )Koada This tle this week with increased receipts. lots were quickly sold, the highest ,
t' t town glow; he gal hers i the dimes,
A MERE UAGA1ELLK.; should be to The quality of the stock out is
announcement plain going/
and the
i bringing $100 lowest" $.r>U, und Curses the times, und he \\ outlet FAT.OR LEAN?
r' I The express companies claim that everyone, anti all children will thus very satisfactory, and compares favorably '- when the owner called\ the sale off, a W. to lookup
pieavune ;
go try
F under the schedule of rates proposed start on a basis of equality with, anything shipped out in I saying!/ no such prices; could buy such and have cheer; we. strive to mak.

: 4 by the Interstate Commerce Commission other years!' this early in the season. valuable lots from him.

they will lose $25,000,000 yearly "The suffrage movement will leavea We believe the total shipment th sweek It is barely possible that if this good all the year; but VMII, to thy hour SAM STORY
when solemn and ,'
old! ;
revenue. Collectively all of the express mark," declares a militant, and she will be about 200 carloads, providing sale had been advertised in the Valley sour 'Iu'ezum|
I i i am-- drifting i' d\'.'n 1 h.I'I', The j | tightwad I I'ROPIlIEI'Olt/ )( I 1 ( )|
companies of the United States might have added that the mark / weather conditions (continue I' (Gazette; a greater number of

probat'.y: have not $25,000,000 investedin would be black or blue.CharlestonNews favorable. N, w York market took 9 :: people would have attended and the is hungry a.1, I )lens, he's cranky RULL BASS MARKET
and ,
d I and
stifi the
eumpuieut'and the Interstate Coma and Courier. cars at $5 for No. 1 stock and $:.1.75 lots brought more money. menu. ; miss on his
hIt woul : n.e' a huge Mack, and

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FRIDAY' ,. APRIL, '18 1913" , i' .,' W i"' ta. 1
'r ',THE.: 'IClSSIMrtEE:: :. VALLEYGAZETTE' / PACR'ij

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and said,"shipper ah.1i :have is. lien \ ... .-:; ._- ." !
j STANFORD GOES therefor Upon said car' WHITTIER GETTING' L '

Section 2. All Act in conflict here] 11. -NRCO-

4 AFTER RAILROADS pealed.with 1 be> and "the same are .hereby rev IN THEJJITY' CLASS ""I

Section 8., This Act,shall take ef. .\ R rr
feet immediately upon' its approvalby I "

INTRODUCES TWO MEASURES, without the Governor such approval.or on becoming- .\ a law.I AUTOS:- REFUGING BUGGIES -: FORSALE : .

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THAT IF PASSED WILL, FORCE :AND ,WHAT WAS OWGINALjLYCQJLJNTHY : Jl
RAILROADS SfNATOR"fLET "fR < [
TIlE : TO EQUIP ROADS. BEING CONVERTED ;
Af
:ALL FLAT CARS FOR "fADS'COMMISSION ,INTO FIRST'CLASS.. Lameness
HAULING ]
LUMBER. f
CI'J'STnEETS. >:
I f Ii Sloan's Liniment is quick
THAT WILL SPEND SEVENTY and reliable for lameness
; That Representative Stanford in. ,Ourschool term ended Thursday remedy
to see that the railroads pay a DAYS IN EUROPE STUDYING I in horses and other farm
April 3 rd. Prof. Morr.w left for ,
'.. 't.ltle; more attention to the public in THEIR SYSTEM OP RURAL 'parts unknown! to your correspondent.. animals.. ,
the',way of providing properly equip "810t111'. Llnlm.... ..
CREDITS.The Miss. Bessie' Lawson still remains surpasses an" .
asa . .
for the thing on earth for lam__ill hones -NRCO- :
ped flat cars use of shippers of .. guest of the Travelers Rest It amid other hura.'alln..a.... I wouldDot - ._.
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is evidenced -- sleep without It In .table.MARTIN
]lumber, by the bills tnr
was said that :Miss Bessie would finish DoYLE,
which he hasintroduced. Mr. Stan following editorial is from the out the Bull Creek term, but decision 32W_t,J.IK.h. tit.,New York Clt,. Fine little farm just outside of E the city, limits. Five acres of land '

ford has also introduced the publicitybills Atlanta Journal of April 7th and has I was that home duties would compel GeM far Sw UiB. .... A'-- planted to oranges graperfuit and tangerine with peach trees between..t

(allowing counties and cities the bearing' one of the live questions )I'j her to return to her mother and house- R.MB.V.D.JI.M.OI..II.ofuwren.No....write*:-"1 bad..,.Kan.mar, This tract has a good irrigation plant installed and is in fine Condition V i
right to levy a two mill tax for pub of the day-"rural credits"-a subject hold affairs. with an abftoeM ou bar beak. and on.
licity purposes), which in all proba- to be investigated thoroughly by both 60o.cured bottle hur.of 1 141.k..p".U....'.Unlninnt the tlnia entirely for for growing truck until the trees begin bearing. Adjoining this we f have .

bility will become laws, as they have the American and Federal Commissions -'I| The rail road.has not yet reached gall and iinalUuollluai and lor eT.ryUxlug . 126..foot. front on Rolfe Street coming to the east a beautiful comer

the backing of the State Chamber of which are to tour Europe for I|' Whittier. Rex spent a week from about the atook." with good 4 roomed! cottage and two porches. Deep artesian well pure
the 8th to the 15th inst. with his
Commerce.The seventy days studying agricultural friend R. W. Simmons, rightin esteemed SLOAN'SLINIMENT soft water. Also stables, chipping house and a complete comfortable t
bills follow
: finance marketing and distribution of
the heart of the railroad excite little farm house.
A Bill to be entitled An Act to agricultural products, Senator Fletcher -
t Amend Section 2864- of the General of Florida, President of the Southern ment; work trains pass within about
I one hundred and fifty yards of the -NRCO--
Statutes of the State of Florida, relating Commercial Congress head i 1
to Providing Flat both commissions I house daily and curiosity carried us to is safe
Cars with as chairman: I a quick anjl remedy
I the door every time one passed. The for This is high land overlooking the city and a beautiful view of the
for cholera.
Suitable Appliances Hauling Lumber "The importance of j hog
providing an ; road is splendidly laid, the general C& lake. Price $3300.0Q on favorable terms of payment.
Etc. of CUordavM
adequate system of rural credits for *mor *
supervisor, Mr. Hale receiving no Slo.'. Liniment for Hog ChoUt
He it Enacted by the Legislature of the United States has been
recognized part of the road unless specificationsare I heard<1<",. Brown(whole quite
I the State of .Florida: by each of the national parties. fxrnlnrny that" he bad never lust) a -NRCO--
strictly complied with. The contractor bOil from.Iol..a and that bin
Section 1. That Section 2864 of the remetlynI I f
The Democrats considered this matter .
wnys wan tnhlopponiirul) of Sloan'dUtitniAiitla
(General; << Statutes of the State of Flor- df equal importance with cu'rrenc Mr. Langford, appears to he gallon of slopsdanreas- Wehave many fine bearing orange groves, truck farms and all!
reform ..
..
) carrying out his part of the Inn tlia tI. ftO the niilmal Itnprovoil.month
ida be and the same is hereby amended and in their platform recom- program Last 0..... Thrown and myself kinds of Florida homes and investments. Correspondence solicited. p
to the satisfaction of the supervisor. were at the Agricultural College, pi
.so as to read as follows: mended 'That an investigation of building' and In tto* diitenmtlon of the
Section 2864: It shall bo the duty Mr. Hale is found fault with by a few r.....*..n. of the dln......, (}OT. Urovrngavo i
agricultural credit societies in foreign of tUe remedy iiatn.wl a. unfailing."
the fast wiseacres in
our vicinitywho .
of every railway company or other |countries be made, so that it may be *Olt"I<..VI<..." NELSON REALTY COMPANY
are anxious to sec the road in SATAKWAIT DAILY KKVH.: ,
person, engaged in the business of 'ascertained whether a system of rural operation at Whittier. They do .not At All I>ealer.. !I5t:.,aoo.ft 91.OO. Over Citizen Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA.
carrying for hire in this State, to efficiently credits be devised suitable M
to .
\ may think of the terrible responsibility Sloan'. Boo on flonw.Cattle, \
and suitably equip and supply conditions in the United States.' Furthermore Uom and. Poultry sent'.-. ___ _,_ I
every and all\ flat cars which mayby the party platform favored assumed by the supervisor nor do Addxe.e Dr. :Earl 8. Bloan, Borton.
they consider that the lives of the
1 furnished to any shipper, on which 'Legislation permitting national banks
traveling public would be
t to loud any cargo of lumber or timber !Ito loan a reasonable proportion of imperiledby I
I defective road bed ---------- - -- i
with all proper and efficient their funds real a or imperfect '
tundards, supports strips staves j, on estate security. I{ ties; better that the road should be a Mr. Guy has, I believe, general supervision 'Let Ploof Show the Proof t
and other and I I "It is interesting to note that the year in reaching a designated point j of the affair and the amount
railings, equipments
practical step toward carrying this than to yield to the hasty judgmentof collected is used for the benefit of the "
appliances necessary to hold and keep We are State Representetiven for the
constructive policy into effect was a portion of the public who know church. The Primitive church is not
the cargo firmly in place. due largely to the efforts of two i no more about the necessities existing yet completed-doors and windows BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINESAll
Section 2. All acts in conflict here- '
Southern senators, Senator Fletcher ,:,; in regard to a firm road bed than have been purchased and are ready
with be, and the 'same are hereby of ]Florida and Senator Hoke Smith ;I they do to the"language of the Choc- for putting in, but the lumber for Kind Stationary and Marine

repealed. of Georgia. Upon their insistence, a taw Indians. The gentleman who has this purpose and the seats have not and
Section 3. This Act shall take effect -
provision was made in the agricultural :!j charge of this part of the business is yet arrived. The differences betweenthe

approved upon its' by becoming the Governor a law or and with-being { appropriation bill, for the appointment I I thoroughly qualified to carry out his two wings of the church is, we be- Engines, Boilers, Hoisting Engines

I of the Rural Credit Commission instructions, and we have sufficient lieve, to be decided by public debate.
out such approval. !,that is soon to begin its work. I j{I I confidence in his judgment to believe The two most prominent preachers and.Carry a General Line of Suppliesfor
,
A Bi1to\ be entitled An Act to "There is perhaps no part of the that when completed we will have a I from each side are to discuss the sub- all Purposes a

Amend Section 2866 of the General country which has such a vital reasonto road that can be gone .over with safe- ject in controversy: Home time during ','

Statutes of the State of Florida relating -I be interested in this movement as 'I ty. Whittier has lost from one thousand I the present month. We do not know THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO.

to a pnealty for not providing has the South. In order that the to t fifteen hundred dollars on the the names of the parties contesting.We .
770-774 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.
for lum- I wondrously rich and varied resourcesof t have had considera'.c rain during -
appliances on cars hauling Local and Distance Phone. 4 --tpll
ber, etc. thin section may be duly developed trans-portation I the past week but not sufficient' Long v

b .JW It Enacted by the Legislature of its agricultural affairs must have 1'worth thousands of dollars to us to injure the crop prospects.Hogs .

, the State of "Florida: I the advantage of business like as well I otherwise each year. Thousands o'f are at preset,: the most important -
I
Section 1. That Section 2866 of as scientific methods. Especially do oranges remain on the trees and at i money producing animals. If

the General Statutes of the State of I they require the aid and stimulus of ( least one-half the crop has rotted on present prices continue the rooter will Distance

Florida be and the same is hereby I an elastic system of credits. The I i the ground because the distance we be of more value than anything else. 296

amended so as to read as follows\ : 'task which the Commission has begun had to haul them was so great that They are very little trouble to raise AdvertisingLong

Whenever any such carrier shall i will doubtless be well performed and our people allowed them to remain on and keep in Splendid order most of the '

fail in the duty imposed upon it in I result in a larger and freer era of the trees rather than attempt to dispose time and at present the demand exceeds i is the
respect of the said cars in the twopn'c'din 'Southern! and national prosperity." of them. This railroad will be : the supply. saying right thingat a

sections and the unsup- -- the making of Whittier inspiring our Cattle are doing uncommonly well the right time

plied standards, supports', strips and i| The best advertising that Florida ;<; people with new life and removing for this .season of the year. The

other proper equipment, shall be provided :can send out is the tens of thousands the droning disposition of our inhabi- ranges have been burnt off and fresh in the right way

by the shipper, it shall be and'I of contented, and reinvigorated win-i tants. young grass in abundance; is springing ,- r

in 'hereby made the duty of such carrier j:tee visitors that'go back home with j,I Large quantities of land lies idle up. The cow pens are rapidly filling We make a ucecialty of planning preparing :t.

furnishing said cars to any shipper j|renewed health and a longer lease of that might otherwise be trucked to up' and butter, milk, etc., are. inabundance' i'. literature and conducting campaigns for -: io"': t
to pay the shipper $1.50 for .each life. They will certainly come again \| good advantage. Already its good Land Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities .; '.'$I.

ami every car to which it may be and will bring others with them and effects have been made apparent in The general health of the commun- and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN, . t

necessary for ,said shipper:( to) supply induce more still to come after then the Bull Creek neighborhood, creating ity is good. A few cases of measles -- -

nr provide uny such standards, sup- or to precede them. AH for the others a spirit of industry that will not only have been reported but all have re- I ADVERTISERSTAMPA

purls, strip or other equipment, as who knock the State and can see be a great advantage to the people covered.
compensation to the said shipper forthe nothing pleasing or satisfactory aboutit living on that noted (creek but it has I The crops ale I in fine condition. j ,.

I l hUm, payment of which Hum or its 'people, we dOl1'ture wheth- increased the'value of property to an (Corn is from knee to hip high, and FLORIDA .

hull l be made l by said currier to said rr they ever come buck-in fact, we j extent that will be to the good and the remaining crops are in the very

shipper upon demand of said shipper rather prefer that they should not.- { welfare of the countyat large. best of condition.At I ,; ,
made.. upon any agent of said carrier Ex. We found Mrs. Simmons to be a the Drawdy mansion all is well. 1 1 1 1 > 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,
woman weighing about 160( pounds The patriarch. is away on a tour of
'reduced from :310 pounds by the use inspection. Miss June is holding the i I Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty \
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4+4M t++i fi'F - - - - of remedies. The lady in question is fort.Rex
,. in good health and considers that she I expects to be in Kissimmeenext WJJ1TKS: B1 ONZE

: PROTECTION SERVICE has been wonderfully benefited bothin Wednesday.Our Is,the most enduring monument
body and mind by the use of the I saw mill business i if conductedby .
: fat reducing process. Our stay ,with Charlie Arnold and is in pretty A = made. Will not get moss-grown,

IP t1 j them was both plasant and agreeable. fair sh pe. crack or crumble. Is more artistic ; ; 't
!l !! j! "I Milk and butter in abundance, fresh Hunter's Paradise is just a little and less expensive.

I i meat and water-ground meal, with a off. The dears are more timid than ...r. r,,. _
usual, but we'are still\ looking forward + Write and I
I fine cook to manage them; all backedby me will call.

(Q g) K.1i !l.M1.MJ Jm ,received as heanty, rendered a welcome our visit as to could our old be for Our favorable Democratic results.ropster is still in : JOHN H. PAYN - KISSIMMEE P. O. ;'

friend) If. W. Simmons both pleasantand his glory looking for congressionaland t'\
agreeable. legislative enactments which will -
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
IN prohibit the preacher from encroaching -
Messrs. Julian Montsdoca and Jas.
O'Berry have automobiles and these so strongly on his territory.

gentlemen are out with them every REX. Excursion Rates .

day, much to the amusement of our
I Our Savings Depositors resident population. Miss Alice and BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE SALE . TO f -

II the boys (Julian has two) appear to "
enjoy their part of the amusement. 600 pounds of this face of eight TAMPAAccount '

4 ; Will please bring in their Pats Books and W. R. Godwin is about to purchaseone point body type, nearly new, plentyof
\ of these machines, then Whittier sorts of all kinds displaced by installation toE L
have entered the accrued interest for the can boast of having three autos on of linotype will sell to first

their own ground. one sending order and check at 16c Annual Meeting '. s

first quarter. !i Young oranges are abundant on the per pound. Probably over 600

,i!: trees-old and young together make pounds. Florida Citrus Exchange

Deposits received up to the tenth of this an imposing appearance.Our One 22 inch Economic cutter in VIA
i mercantile world is progressive. good condition, replaced by larger ma-
t j month will bear interest from the first. The mention of each individually chine. Will sell for $40 cash. First 1
t I i ATLANTIC COAST LINETickets J
check
I would consume more space than couldbe gets it.VALLEY

We invite your account. I, afforded this week. GAZETTE, 801 ..Apr. 15th and 16th with )
Box parties are the order of the Kissimmee, Fla.
I final !limit April 22nd.
,
day among our missionary Baptist
I I brethren. The ladies of the congre- Why do not the women offer ,some 4

gation prepare' the bores, placing inducements? If given the vote will For information and reservation, call on I Y

\ Per Cent. Interest Savings AccountsSAFETY 'delicacies of different descriptions they abolish the long hat pins and W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent. Kissimmee..
4 on '
within the box and they are bid oft dresses buttonfcd up the back?-Palm ) fr'
S auctym fashion. The young man purchasing Beach News. Y R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland

DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT a box has the privilege of He who has not the cheering feel- T. P. A. .. Tampa D. P. A. -

s consuming the contents in company ing of progression is halfsuffocatedand I 1 1:;

i iT with the young lady'who prepared it. lost. .
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,' PACE 417 V ). ;, THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE& I 1 t FRIDAY,. APRIL 18, 1913i. 'J/H/


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V) relic ougrht to be reserved instead .
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These "


I l j Florida's""D" Rate I scattered of of being gradually allowed lost to or destroyed. remain- 1 NEW- BOOKS d ON 'FLORIDA- PRODUCTS )


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'In connection with' this building

What lithe death rate in Florida ? :t blank provided the torrespondent in Itself t mean- : .f
| of t building GOOD
a part FRUIT
How acb city Is to be paid twenty-five H'
many people die and how many i there should be a modern, up-to-date :
are born to each thousand cents from the funds ajt the disposal ,

.. of the every resident year population one? No of the Board. Thus each correspond- I auditorium. J.h.1l citjr of Chattanooga in A: full discussion of the how's and. why's) of. '
)I the government erecting
one knows, not even the State Board one becomes' a paid agent: or representative -jjiningwlth : i ---- citrus culture in summer. Free, .

)>> of Health, and it has been trying to of the..State. It is required of the Building. The structureshouldbe ". ,
both
design for
, I find out lol! those him that his, work shall be completeand fireproof, of proper J' "
,
: many years. memorial and auditorium purposes, : ACID SOILS

.!f.., .. But Florida l in not alone in its ignorance I accurate and prompt.into land of firbt-cla3S/ construction. It

or.such important facts about It .hoped to bring co-opcra-work should 1 be located centrally, near the able presentment of this i vexing questionr ;
in this .
Board
lion with the State
for
itself tho vital statistics of only
city in the State with a population" -I city hall and the federal( building for .' S cause and remedy Free. ,
eighteen pf tho forty-eight States. in |I every monumenton r .r
and stand us a
|
instance, \
the Union accepted by trie United l ,, or-over two thousand, and ,evenItually -
are
. Could We Afford States CenfiUH Bureau as' sufficiently |I \ every incorporated city in Flor- this historic ground, dedicated to KEY TO SUCCESS U
: would the soldiers of both armies and made .

. .. *-T P nih..Iv Runnnle. WHITE I accurate as to !mve any particular !) idu. The MICCCSS of th! plan tillable for use by their survivors I .

c. :LOIK! FLOUR! *... d.d not "Vahip; (n'ne1 11ly-one of the add many cities in the State teethe General principles of soil
( management specially
KNOW it.31 ,i i. near p.lt ,n -i/htltwn-j j'rUegistiation Area, -ami 1 ft wofiTePdciiioiistiatr 'arid-nil-organization* -which- shall in I] .- :
vrtv detail and ptrliculnr n. ih. Maryland ill II Southern .. applied Florida conditions. *
clrftro ol million' could citiesof future perpetuate their memory. to C1thiuncT
protf| these
t Uw'aJu,' to \ ,
Some the redernl Census :

., .nd n". pan"<-"hrra,,, ...iII|,|!|.bo bmculii ih.'inc. roll iijble*. pltt re, .' Itureau ctilablishcd years I ago wh.it i it I tullcil I I t the I bi-ing i induded i in' this honor toll "\\'(' are just now discussing the I SO cents ; paper covers 25 cents.

suit 'front umntfWhite cjueMioii of a new auditorium, of I I
CovernmcntHALF ;
Statis
Kcgistiution Ana, indud"gin, I it of the Unitcxl

Clover Flour ( liose Slalc-s( that k" nt MMonJs of which the city is sort-ly in need, and I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

tin, (combination of an auditorium and ,
liiiths and! Itaths, known to be within, Manifi.ctu'rr. of
I "YOUR GROCER HAS IT" OP DIVORCESARE such a memorial as I have in mind !
(til pel <',cnt of ('orr<'it n.'s" I It ail !
1 seems to me a most happy and feasible IDEAL FERTILIZERS
mitlcd, howevtr, to thiv Registration DRINK I
LAID TO [ plan The contents of this: building JAOKSONVIUyR KIA. .
,
A h ,titles within the States I hat
: r" a "u< I
; : such as would be collected in the
j ilitl not In long ill this, are as kept I : Local' Agent Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
sufficient data of thiirit.il looms denoted to the two armies,
aciuiati t
) pnorissoK::; J \i l'I"t. OJ>i,' f'. \' ,statistics, to 'iualif\| I then fur the would make this ('oty all the more a

I :\l \. \D\lsl l ) : lifE: DKINKIM.) :': ; :Mecca for pe'oplcfiom all\ parts of _,__, _
IIOIHII, Ihtit' that 'ILlS& t\M" ,-uih i'il tus,

: l-on\illi-, .inil I I Ki-v West ; mil Tin 01) ( '01 I..i.. 1:1M: : i-H.iii< the world. :, .

1 1I 1f :Kill I Illl- IjllltC. "111".I 111 IV h"'om.a) M1N I II : ';SPe'elailng' ".A side fiom the puneipal memorial I .
II' I -Illl I 1'1' (11111 I "'1'11': 01I '
i ,,,,,IIda'' ,' for ailniis-Kin, ,to the list .. I rooms hat I have lefeired to, there i I 'I.OKIIH.i .

Without" iloiilil/ ,, tin' i i-on (itt' -u<'ll - should,) be smaller rooms provided for : t I ;"i ii .11111"\1.I .11&.11.', "'.-

hytili.I nil I apathy, I''WIII./! I these impuitniittii I that !M() pr cent of the I the meetings and! business< hcadcjiiarters I I I':01, \ < 01 Nit. IN < II\M I-::Ul.
. Ill f In. Mfildr of ( he IVIItlun tf .'. Attmm Desirable Ten
.eiit i divoiic. < vil \\ such
'IHI
.11)1, )1 , i is an' irTioi.ini( "; ' of their | patiiotlc orgam/ations, I li itiii it, \ti.I.ii.tr.tr' | | uf I In. I':Mtun -

I I "I \';ilin.. lor !Horn,! I tin-, \ ..iluei ', '. th:it llu" n. uiiuld 1 lie fewfr do- as the (1;. A. II, Woman's Au\ibarj', I II ..r iMiih llrl........... !>....c fiMrfl

., tiouliles of .ill( kinds ._ '1'111-I : s |I' \'i'i'I |; IT I I'HII'.J| I l
10.-, n i limit, I mil niiliMit, , I'l'all": (tli)iit; IIK IR I and t.h.att 'Women's H"li'f, C'oips! I'nitcd Con I ii \M: : '. i It. ld.II" i ,HIM.. ,.''v% n nil

: i :in I''i ini i-un'il; nr :"|""r"'m'I',1' ,in t till" |I'1'I."t "l.lpul, ]l.-ll'" of AlMC'IKllMS, fe-de'iate I Vcte-ians, Daughteis I t. and' I :I 1":1\\1"I I : lS: I I';. .I I I 1:1\1:1 : t : \ :N: .inclMI1 and
Mll I : : ; \ I. HIMNi.MXS.: ; .ill nf Twenty
ol lint.i\. xMiiill I I..c ,Ic'M led. to a saner Sons of t thy ('einfi' lc' I I ill-Inn I ,
< l ic t I I Miss I
,1 l"ill:"i .1 iinf I| < nts" ;. "Mm t'j i I li: ha .t.ihv.iv1iiITi I :i J "i .1.i M \H\ :\l
.'. . if I llu ulli' iich would drinking "' I I 1:1: I Si.MN' ; l : ...r I : ml I '.ill I -in I .
i ..il I. ,ind' Mifir-" t tinli\'. fioin" a i ,1 i i stop 1'111'1'"' ale' Inn Ii V I Inns i Hn.IIIIt'dur.i I HIM.,, .met.. i It.I';i ;: \i : i:'i'ii :N i intisi.M : .

(L CONSOLIDATED ,n, t <. ,,1 i ] mi.nr,,,1,,,r-t :UK! ntf of it- In'.ilth )In" :iiuliis' anil, ) using' tobac'<"o, 1'ro :ally: sp '..iking ilong: "v )Im,h "' tit h a ,l ,\N: : ,,.\\ I"I ."' i\\,. ,il' I Itlsliiii, , I I'.,iin
i,01 I Hi 'lull u ii ; Mm, "" J Jd".1; ,
f f 1'"- ,11" :M I E, /aira. State pure food n".1! l.il l/il'lil. iir oulcl) be "I,(' ,t.t d! ., .. Acre
.nilit, i on, I In. oflni rs of tin I M ill' ) i i i ""( i ii 1 i ; ii. i i i wr.oI., i : ii "11II Tracts
for Calil'.nra I i i 't ivfnnl. 1. t 11'' 't. I I' I II.I mil. t all..
\peit dei land him i fl I II
and ,' ,' it with tin} auditoi
_ I :n.i I "f lli.illh, KII\II, fn. 'n< inIIIM "mm .,.
TITLE ijtii I ill-Inn t I I' i .u .1 I 1-::Ilii, n. In, Int. 'in, il,
r | / I> f' oni, otln"! .r ..i-it" ions win'(her "II i h I IM i i .iilvoiiite I ioi I (,'(4 ITi'i', and stated fcatuic. \\ithoiil ,'alt'flll! lliiiiLht or ..t I I ;.ixl I ill I I -I "n i Mi "01.I i h. f fi u, MI1
that the I .a if 11 '-I'; "I'll I IIII'I"; \l I lN= I 'I l lI ;
i it IM -O "iiiiiiun hire a' to gineial" idea concerning that expert opinion, it si ems to I, mi' I hat I 'I 1' \si.I, I I ..i..i, I .III ..I )10"l. 1 |,, I .s.M. ,,M ,IIII For TrurkinDnd Fruit Grow

b t COMPANY i 1"1:0"'i ' : niililnor, life: beverage is all "bugbear"; at il.tin"mill shoiil 1 I In, on t th' ..cio'idllooi I I. I h. ,-l.' ,1.
:4'i.ii ,1"h, ..r i , I Ii., I I. ing. Our land extends/
"would, I i i i.i it i i \ ii.- from
\\ ]-, t h(.!, \ (.II.! !.ii\\ fit( i ,.\it. here all w'jtcctiIt' top thinking iuffi '. If tins ,is ,nut pi" :utiiable" ; tin'''il i I ii I''il .1'I I : \l ;.1, IMS, .is \ I II

., Guarantee ,1)11 I ). (I 'inn' .m l inK 'p.IMIIIMK, |1 'all v. and '" I is SIM Ii an injurious drink, aid 1 1vvoiili1 ground l rI..r. ..i "\ithllu I, t 1111'1.,1: I hills ,", ', ,f-I I H.i. i I Hi. I I'-' n h. .'f .I l'. |1''h' city linulH nearly let Orlando.
.
I the lilli I I I ID I..-mis.Prepares I It, I. Mill' if.' ll i. ." ii I h.'H' .'|1'1'1'| ||. .h I I i III Mils t h
I I lie jiki' ili ink linn' i' :uid, uliohol) d,'in'\ .Hid! o'I-IIlI/alll"I i !. I iixim' 11'1 siv I tlu..* I I 'I" i II I l h j', I"I I"i.i I I IJllS ll/ii\ I .M .IIi ,
{ I I..rd.'ahh., I I \bstrnclH less they would be better and tin. .h i,01"i" i i t" "' n I iii'', i fh,n.iw ,in, ,, d."to..1, I 1 1h Only $.IU per a<'rp.IvrniM. .
\ n a" mate, kno\\l,, < dt'e of the d'ath'afo. I Ii iii ol g:illi'l ii' I i ,,il-, I'IJ'',", .i ,nil t Ii. n hfh, n, I M. il. 'II I-.

: r of title, ,lo Tllllh, r and i in anImiitid sic, lion of the ,louiilrv, at large would be. "elle.I". . ........ .".. .......... ,. .,-". '". : .. ...... '.."......, .....,... ".. |.... .... .... : $2 per acre cash! and $2
.
,
: I I."h l n"in 'In I 11 1 I u HI \ 1 \\ ii I .J I ::1/I I''I I Ii
Coloiii/aluin lr.nl-i HIM u h'n' -I''a": '. ,'liRJ! the) (causes of deaths, would S..1.I. \ hub I, '! l-i I ill tin wiiiids,
.. .lake,. t tU*' cinntional women of tin. .. "'fl. Hun,..In il t i-i. \ ,ni\' i i I.f, 'MI. -in pe'r Here mont lily.w .
: ,
in 1-loridaTitles I l1ah'' I tin hialth (uithi)rities to con '\v I II Ii \\ ( }l llVI l.i-. VV.ISriinp , .
II. I I. I .11,1 I II 1>ll 1'.1 III' 1 lit>' I II'" |I'''II" % h
I 11 MM :ill' t 11I"lr ITort! i H against an tina country who havi- nothing to do I Inn ,. , I L,,, "i si| :inn'I d"g: 'I'In,. d.ig. Mturned ",,11'f ,",r i h. 'I 1..w ,n ...r si ( 't i,.,"i i i i I.., HlTE i: rou Kooivi.irr
i'd.. -h,.. l I. ,it h. .. ,
and i u n v I 'III I il I I il .1.1Mi

i I tifiiln" : I' d ,-,'"'''' or muse. It would would substitute. toffi and U a "i mil' I '''I Mil I I 'I'' 1"1)I | ". .I ."II 111-I ,Ml., -( ti-s III,.ll I ', .. i 'I i , I K ..r t I''ii" ('h IM-UII I I I i '..in t .r ii.i i ii
,1 ''''lit, I v .",hhl. slit. <.i n III ::11-0'' 01.0\ ..I
to City Lots -h.th. ,. strategic points for the 'light' WMKS" for their, Ioa.d".s, , IKJIK!" :and iifusid tu' b.. iinilid|, until lu got \iiuii-. : \ |II. I'K.'i" iiml, i MI ..,Ml i. il I ,In,,

and, tobacco. fullj ;i W( cevit of I the /,. Hunk 'if. |","it,.H :3)I:1 anil, :II. ij., i Mi! McKOYLand
I woik' 'Ihh'" i.-.f'' f |I"'IV II'" ll I. IllK' .Mil.I\ lIlHl III",
i\AMI.MI" I'KOMITM.LEWIS / divorces i would I be. .,topped), lit I I. *....101 I ,
t 1"llInt' anil State. Pull information I and for s\ hours" t In v' 1 i Limpedthrough "I> I jll' |1.h.I sf1.I I

I plated;' before these authorities would i "If the nun ,stopped the. use of t lu se the' woods i in a straight i I line i' \ .ill .11.i I' "i. 'IM i'11,1 to ,h,,., ,itiHi.,,I ..11.>
ib .11 IM I t..r. I f IHH I III I I 'iSi: :" I lit I t Mil I I I.i I; I 'I"'WI'i I I I 1 1H
i make possible, vastly more efficient alcoholic be\eiagcs and tobacco ,r>(O I 'sinM! .,nlv,, tin dog! balked, loudly at i lln" < 'I lIT I i4'T ill i151 I : | : I lKIS';IMMI I': I I-: Company
( ( 'IT\ 1.1'' >.\. on ..r IM fun. lln,. I''h'
,"
work than is possible without it. 'I per ''nt would be saved easily !rid (Ih,'" approacb to a big tue and ,there hi., \ of H1l\ A I II h 1 BU. 111, HIIIIU' I .HIM.If '

issuninee O'HKVAN. Manager The State of Florida is attracting der cent A \\'Olllan cats --.'. ii'aI' I tin' child vvas found She! was numb I I llll\Kranttd. 4\h i, >"H aiii 1111..1) "I', lllIco", HlniUld. IllllIn :Much Ituilding.
OfTire.
thousands of settlers lands meals a day consisting of sweetstI and fi i din the cold am', too weak to walk
to its every ; I It* In furlhir or'I..1. t Hint, I thlx I, i.Hilldli I K1SSIMMKE
year Many of them come withoutany rink,.,--ami I han'n I surDMnlland .II I but alive i and tonseious. '1 he gill. {I' i, In pulillHhici. in tin. K iHHlmmililhy FLA.
I \ lilinttl H III-"H''r| | lullllMhl'.. ll
definite knowledge of the State, i shocked to burn how much wum said 1 the dog had found her. the day III till' Hull! C'OlllltN, fill till. Mini| .I. of''
: I-'h.I <(61 I I't KH I 11 II... dull, .
I In of
inn
en do dunk I -and she is developing 11 I Iltt4IHH
excepting that imparted by the advertising before, hut she was too weak to follow -> 0 4-4-
Head Office \\ Illy hit,..I ,Illlll Dflllllll', I HI'111 00 H 0 \
1 : Kisnitnmee, literature that fixed their attention -.I'i I he'r emotionalism and) nerves till sheI him He had gone for help and I Igot this Jiul
I gains almost a I KlKsluiiiii., e'lty. < tlte.'ihbL Count )'. SI,,(. FT IS
the State permanent hysteria and showe-d I MUCH
Branches : Fort Myers, to as a desirable it, b> his actions that I of loriilii: I I easier

: place for home. But who heard which leads 'to terrible, pioblems, She he )knew then be
( Fla. Arcadia Fla. a ever must no time" lost J 1. tivllis'rIfi'i; :1 to from
get
c of a land agent that did not claim for I finds that she isn't happy, that her ,if the girl were to be saved Two *" <1.1.UK rim" '(n'i' t 'I. .t'l'l i i our

< his property the most healthful location .: household is only a source of woe and weeks ago we reproduced an article I Ifiom I (Seal) ::: Bakery just what you
1 I 1 HJAMI: i-s; M 1H1SSH( 'N: : |I' < I 1', .1 I Ii
anywhere on the map ? Supposehe trouble, and that she can't continue tin !Montgomery. Advertiser, .----- .- : want for Sunday dinner -

: could say in his literature: "The to live with her husband So she gets I I which told of eight children being 'UK; itKi: )KiMi\r: ; I\ICKI: :
_
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_ _ than
'a
I death rate of this county or section : divorce If she would take a cup I saved from burning by a dog, which His face was quite homily, his speech I :f to bake at

; If you want a is eight or ten per thousand per an- I of coffee instead of her cocktail she I gave the alarm l ito you think dogs was uncouth, : 4 home these warm

*' .. We refer would begin to see things in a differ- I!
num. to Florida's State should be ::
slaughtered the *
*
they
way He was lazy, ungainly and had but f duys. EUIcETHl-HE1:, ;

!, BARGAIN, Board of Health for confirmation." ent light. are in some places ?-Ex. j one tooth, .

: That; would be something- tangible and' "And if she would completely drop t

t i: ORANGE GROVE real, for there l is no greater asset for alcohol and tobacco she would find We, the undersigned, agree to' close Ills date coat it :w'ss shoddy and 'way out ,t THE HOME BAKERY'

.; any section than its healthfulness as she did not have either nerves or do- our places .of business except Satur- I :
:
land lie shambled
or to with .
grow I along an uncertaintrait.
indicated by a low rate of deaths. mestic troubles and that she. didn't days and Mondays C o'clock p. m., : : J. H.. REED ... Prop.

I i Oranges and Such a rate indicates conditions that want a divorce from April 1st to Nov. 1st, 19U1.Waters 'I'II I I :'.
I He looked like the greenest of eeiuntryjta OoO>O--C
I are attractive in more ways than one. I II & Carson (Grocery Co. I loots "
i l
The importance'' of definite knowldge t ll.inn & (Da) mi.
o' ;; Grapefruittil"e I COMMEMORATIVE Of | HIM trousers a foot from the- bole of ': :-:-:-:-: >-"...:->:-: :-: :-<-:
.
of <> about. health mutters is being : ( W. (Jnffin

BUCKELS I (constantly better "ppn" ''al'd everywhere I THE BLUE AND GRAY I 1) II. Higgan I I his hoots :I E! THE f

I I His cuffs they were fi.i//Uel, his, tie ;
To gather this" informationin "J. M Taylor :
l J I Was askew, J JIlls. |i Manhattan
Florida and to get it complete ( for I 0. R. lilenis CoK I
I I I I \est was too large Ath
ten inches
(.t 'I' it would be worth nothing if it is not !MOM\ 1, Ml.M n : Or IIIK COM/ L1C1 | S. Ilojd: :it's true liy I :.:: Hotel .

: LOUIS A. complete) the laws of the State make .1. 11."I alesOnlia I k
SEARSON direct 10 HI: i IIIS'lSSI'I> ; ) \i' TilE His socks )hud lie-en' knit, li> "0110'11'I' J I
1 no provision" If ,it is to be I Bass. :
without g: Special Attention
I : PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT I gathered under the (existing con ( OM1NG) : REUNION:' 01- tale, | to

clitrons, it must ,be, largely by vol And he fcenicd to have worn '...f}} six : $j:: the Trn \'ctinll Public _
.
AUDITOR un-I VK'IEIJ'.NS! IN: e JIll l 11 "If u l s'i' "fI'. OH" months on a d.ic, 'j;t:
taiy (co-operation with the
I' I.lillllTill '( \ X Just

: Commercial and Municipal Accounting I Board in each separate city, I .11 nit .I \l. I III) I 1'1'. "S| E"I: \ Hut the people who J passed him felt' 'l: uiroHH: the nguare fromX .
r rated I en, N l t IN i ii \N < 1:1(5.I : bette "somehow :j v A. C I I.. tepotISSIMMtl
of
town county. North Caro- A H ' I -
hattanoogu, ('nn., dispatch, I .f I \\III I I 'I :: '
PICK!; C iitnplalniiiit' ' VH I For the hnule that he :y! FLA.
Incorporated Accountant of the lina has a law which makes the reporting says: "One of the live (ejucHtions that Jl ::NMI i: : I 'i \\ I 111 I 'I I :'I';( 'is.' ll I ', I I. Mdnnl' wore and theiuaint ;. r ,

4 International Accountants :I of vital statistics by local authority will be considered by the coming- to'II tin ii|1:1',1: ,, ,i\;:' l ,lii,:l\ill:ifTlil iil",>:>mi\ i- Hint.I ': I i'i'-.|ii ml.,..tt il, I | , friendly 'Ijow Ex.I I .:'-:-:-:-:-:-: : :-:- -:-:-:-, }

Society Detroit I to the State bureau compul- union of the United Confederate Veterans I II,.. t .JI-I I ::N: I i'i I i I 11'1 I I I I :I l-t;( 'Is I I lii, (I I' r. "'1. _..
)
uiii I> t Illl I ll III II"IMI". diM I .I M,Mlt ( 'slit, '' 1 III> ,'f
Hory and the failure to do so punish- and the Sons of Confederate l 110. t-i.t. ..f i iI.,i..i, ,,1.1. IM"i I is a I. si.i. "1 _

P. 0. til $77 /Main Office; able as a misdemeanor 1 1I Veterans ..1, t'ii\l I I \ :\ Mil-Ill'I I : 'N: : ...i l 11" .i. TE..8..CaEF::: :::
< on May ZT-2'J: ( . s c. F
inclusive ,
I I W lit I "III \ .HH I I It I* i III I . r..i If FLORJJ: :)
IUSI/I/lEE./ / FU ALL UDALE. S Cr I The Florida Board of Health has | will be that of building here kind .M.I.I! i ii 110:0),:,it siiii' ,,,..,, H"f." I ,n", .
been some ,, ",1 ,Ix, "mil, in 'hi, 'ri"li\' '|1,1, ,.. ii, t I't--
asking (co-operation in this di-I Stetson
of a memorial,, dedicated! to both the I IM IIT tv tin) bill (,.r (-(,'"1'1:011,1: ill' ,I Mi Opens Spring Normal Review
rction of various cities through the I blue and the i.01 l .in ,.i., ..i I,, .., M ..1.',,01"" u I", Course
The
,4; ............ .......... _- -- 4'c State and I gray question has fill, il:ix "rI] ,, \ A l Ii 'I'M":' !. oil' "mis\ ,
far the
I so number of favorable been discussed, for a number of tin III. g.III. "'",H if, f i d I I"ill "I'| | |I" MAIM II Jill" ii '| III' ::0, iii.
replies has been years tllll, II IN ,'.Mlf, HH' ft I I I", Mutt ,ll I.. i f. iiul.i.i.I S-rot for bull lln A HIM"( iii IIIw rat.. la .
M. TILLER t gratifyingThe i by suivivois of both ., hhs. ..1 i I..u ,, , , gli II T''ill Stale text a.o"k" Cr'
I armies and it is II IH fullh. i ,,, I. oJ i i II,'" nis,, '.i.l i i .11 I. ii bihhs, ,lhth i .11. , .
: : niuiiuip.il authorities, at Tampa, I the unanimous desire that I I',', 'ii..i-.i, "i .M,,, ., si. I h'I I "'|J JMUt H f." ro" ,ii .,, I 3 'I, hhh 1fl, I II"I". ,",t ii. ". I'H, 'J h I, ,.4 t.,.,i I I gh.ul. . ..st Is. utuiY,
: 1 I I ukcland Sanford I'cnsaeola Miami I some me "''f'' l\ < \\ I "Us III t 111' i K iHsi III"". I lIght u'1' tultloll, H'I>hIt f", ,i'I",'I iUr ,. ,, Ira 'a i" 1uol i ) H 'nl>l" lJ"u'd. rot,,,'.
; ,
Real ,
Estate Agency. : mortal be elected/ I\llll\ ( ill/, it.I "I ,ll,, \S"ii.iii.( I ,| I |.'I 1st.-. A.Ift"HS" """II''I"\j: I .
Dil.'ind, Oilando, I'alatka, DeKumak) | ll III gild I ( '"tlllt'" > ;I nil, Si IIII S,,, "'tiI' 'I\I-.II.Y.: llei.ui.. l1.rii.. .
4 ................................ t Springs (Ocala and St. besides I One plan that ban }been generaldis..us \.)' 'his M.111 ll ::4 Usl 1 '. I IMI i :i :,,, ,,,. .1111"1111"< ,,,, ,"' 'I."lfl"IIIt..J' ,to '1 h" "'".11"" "",,. I .....r,.. I.. Aari.iitirs-' B<,titiiy.Ii .
Augustine ed is to build J i, ,ci\, i-::us lirli'l'I: ""' ''" 111< t't",, ,"IHII\, 'JunIIlRIII. ,
1 a memorial arch I t' '''' t'tiittt'f'' hnl QhltiitttiutIve allaly11''I' -
i : 4 Jacksonville and hav..1 "j.k 1 i ( ult ('otti t . ' i ;' "' ", '. .
Realty bought and sold. I i Key West I .h"'IIt.) itioittgi', "g. .I'r.-\1".I.r, _
at a cost of > < II : : Alln'.11.. ''Ia, .
j $< 100OOO, dedicated, to I'I I : I ; ,,, '" ri'i h 'iitrtiilt' ,
, ,
full I Iol 'S. II"" "", "h, , g Z..I. //lolltllV., U..n"I'ILI
,
Houses rented piomised operation with the I ,il inn Ijl I.lIII"1, , Isiri ''' '' , ,, .
t i American valor and 'I (Iualllllnlll. .
( to '
peace b'tween SIIAI.; : I .i-.l Ihuiho. 'tt.'rnt.try.
( Pipe
i Taxes paid and Titles verified State Board. Lake City and St. 1'ctjersbuig former ) | :, it "I. ,...I .., iin., o\rl.._" ,or.a.,, ,, 7lolii.' \'ft'i" I II I ,
foes.
j .I This plan has advocates 'u.' ""'1",,, III I II. \\'tii. r '"'..r &c CItt
for non-residents. I wil1"probubl fall\ in line very both Union _
among and Confederate
Fire Life and Accident In- i 1 soon and others are considering the --- L
survivors.
Another DON'T -
; surance. II.If p 1 matter I proposition is fora BE DISAGREEABLE

I joint memorial hall. This has been
: : 4f Indemnity Bonds. fr In .
each of these titles an individual suggested
J,
I by Capt F. :Khipp'; cjuar

..... ----mj ; competent to handle the work intelligently termaster-general of the United Confederate .

r is appointed to fill\ out in Veterans' I R.S.FLOYDGrocer
Association. Discussing You Can Prevent It If You Will.
triplicate, on blanks furnished for the his suggestion
Capt. bhipp
j DR. WM HARPEROSTEOPATH purpose, the record of every death. says: I Why be a slave lo your fpellnirs. and
make
one copy is retained for the local "What I yourself disagreeable' to your \
and
propose, believe Chat- friends They are not responsible for \
: files, one is sent to the State Board at your troubles
tanoogans. United Confederate Vet nor I. It their fault that

Jacksonville and the third reachesthe erans and Union Veterans should foster you suffer dally from the terrible pains
which
are produced
STECIALIST Census Bureau at Washington. is a joint memorial hall, located I I You have I the same by body rheumatism.to-day that

? : CHRONIC DISEASES The correspondent in each city is required in Chattanooga, with a large room you had yesterday but not the same

to file ambition, nor fhe same disposition.' ,
a weekly summary and dedicated
to the
Union That
and because
anotherto
CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE a monthly report, the latter II Taylor' you have not taken
Best
p 4 I giving in the Confederacy. There should be Blood Medicine.
detail the causes of death and other Come to our store and Get
t// in these Ret a bottle our
KISSIMMEE.. ; rooms, respectively, a libraryand to-day and If It doean relieve prices on
particulars of valua those
ruEsoAvsr-lLJRsoAvsaArupDAvs to complete the collection of relics identified with rhiumntlc, pains to your satisfaction

4 OFF CE, CENTRAL HOTEL records of the State and National the cause the room take the bottle back and get our HAY GRAIN
represents It '. FEED
,. Boards. xnune) ,
would be easy to ,centralize h"re a Price, $t.oo the bottle I ,)
For
PHONE I1tHS each death and birth reportedto I
ORLANDO, FLAt large collection of relics which
whan in make
I we
this Board in Your own druffKlst a :
form
proper on the recommends :
,,years to come would be of great value git4aaiiees Taylors Hist Blood and ,I''
i
| clues, ask him about It. Modi- | apecialty'f, .,,




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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, '1913 THE ''KISSIMMEE' A .' Vfti'Z', PAGE 5l: -Y"

-"I.. ". A . ,i'/' --;- .' ,
a child absorbs treacle through the .
Methodist Fish Fry at Sbuthpott April 26 'mouth and weaken* the former as' the A

latter weakens the stomach. I attribute y
,,1 the immense increase in Insan ,.

COMMITTEE WORKING ON : 'FINAL ARRANGEMENTS: OF :mE DAY THAT Ity as statistics prove, largely to this ROYAL ,' ;xBaking ;: ,

r1 andthe rapid pace at which- we live ". .\ .- u
WILL BE LONG REMEMBERED' v
and which the loose' thinking engendered -' .

thereby'b gets.' I- hope you
< '
1 agree: with me, for in your position as
1 asocial leader'in 'women's.'clubs you PowderM .

1J 1 have, a great.opportunity. ,
rF 1 often think 'What would Benjamin "
y Franklin say, who founded the. Satur- is the greatest of ,modemtime rk
4 trf
I'I
Post-'and .
r
day instructed he
a _ all was,
drew lightening from the skies and helps to perfect cake. I '

proved it to be the same as electricity
. bottled in a Leyden jar. He studied and biscuit making. Makes
-l. the Romance of the Universe? The

scientific men of France consider him j home baking pleasant ,and .

....' the greatest man.America ever. produced
M and I believe them about right.I profitable. It renders: the
I favoi votes for because I
; women
rslty i iy x ., ,s t ) I I r Consider them more honest than men. food more digestible and

Hoping to meet you and Mr. Carr

(I again, guarantees it safe from .. ,

Very respectfully,
I I Ceo. ,L. Walton. alum and all adulterants.:

I I
o PROGRESSIVE PLANS


Of LIVE TRADE BODIESTHE I -" --- -. -

CAUTIOUS HOGS. Capitol say they will do a thing, and
they don't do it. 'Pears to me theyare
MANNER IN WHICH THESE 1 Representative Martin Littleton, of mostly liars." ,

LIVE BODIES ARE BUILDINGUP New York, was born in the Tennessee "Why, Martin," he continued. "I've '

THE SOUTH. I mountains. A short time ago a Ten- found some of the biggest liars here I

.. nesseean came to Washington to urge ever did see. They are most as bad
congress to pass some kind of a bill as a man down in our country. lIe's
The Industrial Index, published at in which hewas interested. He was the biggest liar in the world. Why, \

I SCENE AT A PICNIC HELD AT SOUTHPORT THREE YEARS AGOAt I Columbus, Ga., for the great South- an old friend of tin: Littletons and he he's .such a liar that he has to get a
east, this week
says : came to Martin for advice. neighbor to call his hogs for him at :
a joint meeting of the board of ternoon and formulated definite plans Commisary McPhatter, Jno. M. "The enterprise of trade bodies is
I I "1 can't make out what to do," he feedin' time.-Saturday Evening
stewards' and the building committeeof and appointed committees to take Lee, J. L. Overstreet. W. C. Bass andL. an interesting feature of the South-
I said. "These here men at the Post. ,
the Methodist church last Monday charge of the minor details, and these II. Cohoon. eastern development news for the up
committees make the Dinner S. S. Buzza J. -- - -- --- J l4american
are working. to Preparing week closing today. At Jacksonville T
Rev. J. D. Sibert and W. B.
right event one that will be talked about L. Beaman, J. M. Gardner, R. D. Guice Fla., a $100,000 corporation is being
Harris made their report on what long after the present generation has and J. McPhatter.The organized by Board of Trade members -

arrangements had thus far been madeto passed out. The following comprisethe plans so far perfected provide to encourage the ]location of new Good in Every I

have u fish fry at Southport, recommending committees: that the boats, which will consist of manufacturing plants in that city.

that the event be pulledoff l'ublidtyW.. B. Harris, E. L. Lesley the steamer 'Lillie and two barge8. will The Columbus, Ga., Board of Tradeis .
G.. F. Parker, W. M. Ferrell awl leave the city dock promptly at (9:10: inaugurating a lively membership
at that place on Saturday, April I I J. E. Rush. in the morning, and the fare for the campaign and plans to raise $3,000 Express Country in the I 3"I

!!(n, and that report was adopted, and I Refreshments and Entertainment round trip, including dinner, w.i: !he with which to advertise and promotethe @;

a general committey on arrangements Rev..1. D. Sibert, Mrs. II. M. Pfann 75 cents for grown-ups and 50 rents business interests of that city. .

consisting! of W. B. Harris, J. 1) Siberl and hrr :Sunday school class and Mr for children. The Huntsvillc, Ala., commercial body ... @. World. 1
S. S. Huzza J. MrPhatter andT. I. MrPhatter' Provision has been made to have an s promoting the organization of a

F. Redwood, was appointed.That Seating Boat-T. F. Redwood, E. abundance of fish to feed every per- company to operate a ferry across the
committee met at the office 0. Young, C. W. Griffin; II. N. Brat- son in the city, as well as coffee, Tennessee river, and the board of
()f the Valley Gazette; on Tuesday af- ton and Glznn; l uz7.a. bread and the usual side lines. trade at Northport, Ala., is working a"r I ,

--- for the construction of a bridge I (
ISSUED BY
the Warrior river and the
across es-
A GOOD THING tion strong on people such school.interested.We have We some have LOAN OF THESE tablishment of an electric railway be- wr' "fig'

tween that town and Tuscaloosa, Ala. t
Winter Haven, Lakeland, :
our eyes on
Cebring, Davenport, Orlando and VALUABLE BOOKS The building of an electric railway STATE BANK
FOR KISSIMMEE between Rome Ga. and Gadsden
other places, but personally I like -- ,
city. Ala., is being actively agitated by the
your WAS HIGHLY APPRECIATED BY commercial bodies of the two cities.
You I this to
see am only risking
IF IT COULD BE LANDED fall into hands of some one who can OUR PEOPLE, WHO REGRETTED "Civic enterprise: continues to be ofKISSIMMEE
do I something in our line.Respectfully I GREATLY THEIR very much In evidence and counties
I will expend still more money for
' ,
: i yours LEAVING HERE.
THE REQUIKKMENTH U. E. IIARJ>lNG.I good roads. Nassau county, Fla., will I,3"f
HERE WE HAVE ALL
I
I __' I! -r-- vote on the issuance of $180,000, of I
= DEMANDED) AND i Not a Case of Suicide.I \, I Residents of two years ago will bonds for road constr.i -tion. Albany,

MORE I IN THH- SHAPE OF (I I It was while on maneuvers, and a remember a rather quaint little gen- Ga., will vote upon the issuance of
soldier was being tried for the shooting tleman who spent several months I $110,000 of bonds for various improvements -

ilEA 1.1'11. CLIMATE of a chicken on prohibited ground. here-Dr. Geo. Walton-and who Rochelle, Ga., voted electric .

AND SOIL. "Look here, my man," said the commending while here was a daily patron of the light and waterworks bonds, and
officer to the farmer who library. The doctor was the possessor the'citizens of Abbeville, Ga., author-

( brought the accusation, "are you quite of a most remarkable library of ized the issuance of lighting plant Buying Orange
We are in receipt of the following certain this is the man who shot your books of ancient days, which throughhis bonds, Lyerly, Ga., voted $10,000 of t
letter, and whale we have not the "bird? Will you swear to him?" courtesy the people of Kissimmeewere school bonds. Bids are invited' for

pleasure of knowing the writer, the "No, l' won't do 'that," replied the permitted to read, he loaning constructing roads in Marshall]), Dale

scheme striken us as good. Anyhow, canny yokel, "but 1 will say he's the 1 them to the library and Lee counties, Ala, 'I.

.jt should be' looked into by our Board man I suspect of doing it""That's ,i 'fhe'offlcers of the library apd our "Among the construction contracts Groves ,.; ,J,' f
of.Trade, and if there is any backbone not enough to convict a people generally take 'this means of awarded during the'week were: Hotel, 4

to the. college! spoken of, it should man!" retorted the commanding of- extending to Dr. Walton their snil'l'rc'th Daytona, Fla; $32,708 fraternal build- IN OSCEOLA COUNTY 'TODAY
l hf' offered, liberal inducements to locate ing, Atlanta, Ga. clubhouse, Way- t
"What'slal".1 ;
lu-er; considerably nettled. nkH for his kindness, and are hap I
here.'T'here i your suspicions?" py to know that his treasures reached cross" Ga.; $73,200: armory, Savannah, UNDER $1,000 PER ACREIs ':y
is no city or town in the "Well, sir," leplied the sturdy him safely, ns the following letter (;ia.; Elk's.. building, Macon, Ga., and ,
South that possesses., one-half the advantageH farmer, as he slowly mopped his forehead shown: .y,000;; 01'btre t paving, Washington, Just Like
\ Kissimmee as a place to
as with his bandanna, "it was this I Daytona, Kla.] Mar. :27th! IfllU.:! C.u.; BUYING GOLD DOLLARS AT A DISCOUNT
locate seat of learning, and we feel '
a uatKsonville, Fla.] I'ensacola, Fla.,
I sic him on my property with Mrs. ': i
way. Statler Carr
Agnes Kissimmee' ,
ttutisf'ied that if the board of trusteesof
and West Point, Ga., will soon receive -
heered the off
then I
n gun; gun go ; Flu.,
the institution named could be advised
for street and
pioposals paving,
of our local, conditions< the other then I see 'im putting the chicken Dear Madam: I wish.. to thank you >.>elika> ) Ala., opened bids this week We are offering some iplend d Grove .at just half of the above".- f
into his knapsack and it didn't seemsense
; most profundly for the of
receipt .
cities mentioned( would l hI' left at the my for about 30,000 yards of paving." figurei.
nohow to think the bird committed -
library of one hundred and eleven volumes -
post.
; ', all returned to me from Kissimmee "
The letter follows] : suicide.-Ix.-- Death of Joseph J. Lambert. LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU
Fla., by you in most excellent
i
Olivet 111. 10, 1.1:
April
Bound (to Get; ( It."Ma .
order, in accordance with the
agree After a brief illness Joseph. J.
1 have been requested
Gentlemen : <)
; I want a drink." ment made by you with me. Also I Lambert died at his residence on
l hy some friends to write to -some H. M. Breaker & Co.
different land companies regarding a The mother's voice answered back: fear this has been a very great deal North Broadway early Sunday morning -

location for a religious college, as I "Tommy, you go to sleep. of trouble to you without compensatory and was buried in Rose Hill cemetery -
have spent.! three diftVri-i.t winters in Tommy grunted, turned over, and return to any one. Monday at 10 o'clock, under the'
Florida. I thought among the many was silent for ten ninutes. Then Whilst writing I wish to give my rights of the Catholic faith, of whichhe
opinion to on books. I have been
cities I v sited, of your beautiful again: you was a member. Deceased was a
town, huh- not knowing any address I ";\111! I want a dl ink." a 'book lover' all my life and now native of Hungary, but came to Kis- .
direct my letter thus and wait its re- "Tonmy, you go right to sleep," have in my library (I did not send all simmee from Pensylvania] about a 1
nults. \\as.th t reply.IrliTse to Kissimmee) the very first given me year ago. By trade he was a shoe- $1,500 REWARDFifteen

We want a tract of :UOO! or more [ silence. again for ten minute as a curly headed boy of six years on maker, at which calling he worked x4

acres, one hundred to keep for work !' s. Thsn again: I Christmas morning (my birth day). continually while here. Being of a

ing stud..'rits, etc., the rest to sell to "Hay, ma, I want a drink." There beside the fire place in Cincin- retiring nature, he made few acquaintances Hundred Dollars Reward will be.paid for information
interested parties in lots near the "Tommy, if you don't go right toII'l'p nati, where I was born when I awokewas but those who knew him leading to the arrest and conviction of the '
party or parties who mur-
school. We want near a growingtown I'll come and spank you. seen a cane seat mahogany finished well say that he was honest, straight-
so that our property increases More silence, this time for about i; child's chair and on the seat four forward and manly, and of a most dered Carl Hilliard and Raymond Harris.

in value. What' kind of an inducement two minutes. And then): I volumes (small quarto) entitled The pleasing disposition.. He was thirty- L H. INGRAM.

could you give us? I am not a "Say, ma, when you come to spankme Parley Miscellaney of Pleasant and five years of age at the time of his Sheriff Osceola '.
County. I
school. man, but am a trustee of sucha will you bring me a drink?"- Useful Reading. I have it in my death and leaves a wife and four
Detroit Free Press. | brary yet and need hardly say I Ii-I
school in this country, and we are young sons. Raymond
I read it I have book in
as every .
.
] for better climate. I am ,
only looking looking a after the business. end of "Why did he go into the laundry I' library and some books several times. Death of An Infant. "'.;;.ce>. 1:,'.;.""*.'" :',,.:; ">>fl1tr! -.".."" "f.r,......-4. ,', (

business T""Bel'au8e The title to that book gives the key Harriswho ... : " I." .r (1
Madeline
same. aged eighteen months, : ;: :i1';', .t"
!
it would cleanup to the kind of books that should be on .I .
he thought | the I.
We are not looking for high priced infant daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs.' '. ,.
land dona- library shelves. Useful reading. I II. R. died J was d. ,\...;" '!}, ":
and will also' expect some money. May, Sunday evening, .t'' '
, ,J--::: --- -- .- -- .- ,L think_ that you will agree with me that April 13, at 9 o'clock, and was buried .1:,'fJ' : 1i / .
, -- ----- I with Carl :
at this day nine to one of the books Monday afternoon in Rose Hill Cene- :: : J'

!; published are not useful reading and tery, Mr. C. A. Carson performingthe I Hilliardwhen ., l ''t .
: the best be called useless reading last sad rites at the grave in the -_ ,& : ; 1 :, t

LA WN MOWERS : among which should be classed nearly absence of the family pastor, Rev. J.I murdered : '." 1
all fiction. Dickens, Sir Walter Scott, D. Sibert. t *

Thackery, Victor Hugo, Balzac and but i. F
and Repaired one or two 'Others, as Hawthorne, in ITS REQUIREMENTS"There
Sharpened
I: Scientifically my opinion will cover about all the is one thing that puzzlesme whose bd'y % r
world needs in that line. All this about foot ball." '
I fl
'BY stuff that is interleaved in Saturday "What is It?" i has serr'rcoyeredr lr"I

:. Evening Post, Ladies' Home Journal, "Why it should] require so much I been re I

Good House Keeping, etc., is not only head work." I .
e; I KISSIMMEE SUPPL Y COMPANY useless trash, but seems to me weak- I r

ening to mind and memory. It apparently A secret that leaves one becomes the
-I drivels through the mind as property of many.

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)FRIDAY, (APRIL isi raKjssimmee
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7* KIS3IMMEE VAJLET GAZETTE. I.
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..' J articles oh which they have furnished refprred .to the committee' on 11ve .:;'

.4'Ik: % he tiazette. any material fr performed any labor, stock., '. \ ii'

Valley : What Legislators' reDoing I,}and requiring any fixtures or articles By Mr.. Feagle of IColuVnbia, hou*.
1 '- I IL
; material joint resolution. 1C2-A .joint'rasolutlon '
that all -
to
VAt whatsoever see
'4 PUBLISHED FRt'DAT. /
; EVERY BUILDING.KISSIMMEH. '
OSCEOLA OFFICE IN COUNTY: ,EY FLORIDA.OAZErTH At Tallahassee furnished and labor performed on | of the Legislature of the' State

i ... .- 1 I I:7", ; I :, any such buildings, improvements, 'ot Florida ratifying and. approving 1

W. B. HARRIS -1 .. .. ? -Owner Tallahassee, Fla., .Apr. 17Thoughthe No. 169-A bill to be entitled an act fixtures, or articles hay been fully I stitution the proposed of the. amendment United States:to the con' -II!,IIJ .

> Western. Un- to prohibit the catching. or taking of .'paid for at a just and reasonable"va.l J relative
I S.: J. TRIPLETT Editor and, Manager vlce-presfdent of'the his food fish in' the waters of 'the rith'lo.challl'c uation before such contractor shall receive -''I to the Income tax. Which was read }

_. ____-:.: _. ,: .. Telegraph, ; company York is to on protest way >otie River and its tributaries in I his, pay for perfoiming any !services the first time by its. i title and referred /pI -.'

kt SUBSCRIPTION HATEUrt One copy one year ....... ......__. :.__.*1-BO here from New of Senator Stokes' the county of Pasc6, in the State. of ::, under the terms of his contract, i to the -committee on constitutional 'toI

One copy, ft xmontha'w_____..._ : .7t Ono copy, thrco "jnonlh; .U'.. .0. against tho passage? bill the. house Florida, by the use of seines! gill nets, 1: and giving a first lien to material men, I amendments. .::1

---:-'--'- --=-- -_...,: ==,,-J--.I.-7--t::; _: '7"e": : ;- 0' "Mental Anguish" device mechanics and laborers. \ Hy Messrs. 'Mcllugh and Clopt n of
., : this morning, in., or) any other kinds of net or ; ex* I i artisans, r
it through
All communication, except, from our author ..,d correspondent, must tu pushed ; past nets hook and line and proscribing j against such building improvements, l\eambia, house bill No 193-A bill :;
to be cept ,
. of his telegraphic requests 1 ...
lffn.d by the'' writer. sPite be entitled act
< that its 'violation shall be J i fixtures or articles for which they to an Creating; a department
e Rejected mutter will not be rct'urnt-il unions cnllid for hoard! on the matter. :
;
of and fish of
-- The house passed the bill at 9:30: punished by the General Laws of Florida 'Tiavc furnished matt-rial or upon game the

Ent..rc.'d'at the rontofrloo; \ In Klsnlmmce Florid: '. IIH ni-coiul-clriBH,, mail. matter i''oYloik I this morning by unanimous as in such cases made and provided I which they have performed labor, and i State, of Florida) and creating the
I'
I which such office of tate !game and fish
=::, -0 of slight ,I. a lien against the land on com.1.1l11iKllio1'r
'HIl', after the adoption a ,
PIMDAY, AIMM1/18!, 1913. 11I11H'1Ilml'nt<] to the bill \\hjch) : was I| Which was read the first' time by buileimgs are located, and making the Which was read the first ;:i" ',.'
: ( "' time by its title and referred to the
-. --- -- Stokes. its title and referred to the committee owner of such buildings, Improve-
.
... ajfii'fd to by i
WALKS SHOULD BE LAID ACROSS THE PARKS ON BROADWAY .,: I'lojd >\ns FloorIIIIlalE'r: on Fisheries. "" nTenl;- fixliiies 5r arUclcs j llableTforth r'omm1Heeo-blY-lt8m- =

Y )H"PII''lItlllivl't i Floydat l floor Ky Mr. Russell of Putnam House value of all material furnished and Hy Messrs. Mchugh\ 1 and Clopton ofEs'anhilia

There i is no prettier street in any city in the South than ro."jway'rnaJe mannget for t the t lull(I I I and was directedbv Hill( \o. 170-A hill to b{' entitled an 'labor done, and t fixing the time and : house bill No. 194--A bill

; so principally by the five beautiful paiks that lun lirou! (h it-, renter from Ruby 'senator) Stokes, who was on the :ut to validate all deeds heietofoie preseiihmg the method l for filing I to I be entitled an act to fix the compensation -

avenue to Main street These parks ]ha'. "> been the. cause of moie (axoraljle door of I the house watching all the executed( h>' 011HI'at 'ions conveying or I liens, and repealing, all I lax\s in con itcloiks of the circuit"Olll.t -

:" .I. comment from visitors I than anything else our people. of the rily ddniinistialion: I (ipciatiiiis' of the p.uliamentarj t fight I intending to c-on\ey real estate in I the Hut herewith Hhcnffs, tax assessors, tax col-
:
I.q.: state of Florida that have been admit Whichas lead th fust time by its leitois, county tie-asurers, and county
I the lull, .
throughIluie
(I o put (
'I
e 1 has attempted along the line of( beautifying
I '1 was miKh applause when the I d to le-cord, where same Is defeet- title, and referred to the committee judges in the State of Florida; to

;. Still there is room (or improvement in lliese ,parks both in appearance lull \\.is dititied" to the senate ashiving ,xe on account of not having been ': on J ucllc lU'Y HHy liioMtle for the payment thereof by
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t and' convenience to our people ; !: been 'passed by the house. duly witnessed Mr, l.anib of Suwanee, I House' t the ,counties and to rcijurie all costs,

'I These parks reach (from avenue to avenue are embed in and raised above Rule.svi.i e \\ iii' (4I and the path made Which xxtis lead the !liist t time i 1 tty> [ Hill, No. 1 18,!-A bill. to be entitled an I fees, emoluments, perquisites] and

'; the street level some eight or ten inches and arc covered) VMlli KI.ISS that could smooth} for the lull in all potsiblein. I its tit Ic and lefeiied to the committee :I lIlt, to amend Sections' (; J IKS( I I'lO:1() I 1114( I commissions now or hereafter to be

and would make a beautiful( lawn i if) propeilv, |>iole( < ted I 1))mm I I ", I on Juiluiaiy! A.By I I UI'und(I 7'I7! of thte (;Jeneuil I Statutes t 'piovideel for such( officers to be col-
I House '-cted bj, them and paid to the t.
1'inellas over
:\l trTllylor of ,
I The I lost 1 bill I Was found jesterdajaft If the State of I'loi.di (lelaling to
alders have been issued bv: the city ( J jeisons' from alkmg/ entitled ,' tieasuiei of the I
Hill'o( : 171 A bill to h,' ant1t ounty respective
'noon) but no one has /as jet apolo- 11 nisti i I, ntion book) \ and blanks
I either of these being placed at inteival, \ along the park of 'Pialuie iiiunties! Which lead the first I
across parks. signs gi/td(I to the Western Union official' pioxnhng foi the cieation \\ hicli was rl'udllw first t time i by its was

1: curbing to that effect, but these orders are nol >I'Id' )' complied( \\ ,itli." and we for the hints freely calculated jestei- lountv in the State of 1'londa I title I and referred" to the ,',InInuitt('"' timeb> its title and referred to the

t, (fear never will be. (for llie i icason thai t I they do not meet vxitli) popular fa\or ila', that Westein I'mon' month had and for the organization" of goveinnu on .1 luiin'lai ry /H ommiltee, tin county officials. :-
(t i( Messis, : and
Hv
.It i is not leasonable to suppose that a ;m.ui hems III ''lie middle of( the bein used somewh-te- tamper\ with nt tht'i-eof. '! ,I'v: :'olt. Ni." Iin of Suwaiu-e, I ltll'N Mcllugh Clopton the I lull I I undei Whieh11" uad the !Ii ,'st 1 time bits \ l.sianiliiit house bill No: 195- -A bill
.uni
block and desiring to the sheet, duccll opposite' ,,,1wall/ to the end "'-un t' one net i i toxti 1 ;i >l :- I 1X1 I A bill( !to be entitled an
cioss .
Public Printer I I I.e.Kill.! title1 and lefeiied to the ioiuilU.1 I to I..' of that block. thereby fixe minutes' U.I I to coinpl, ly wilh, the rules to :lit I"i i 'p'',11 ( 'liitI.n'i ill"i7! of t beI ,,,,, of
"f consuming J I lI he, was lesponsilile, l It 1' on ( i ( the ileiks of the circuit
pulilio printer I la \ s, ol' 1 I- loi ,id.i, i nl, Hli.d ",\ IlI't t topjohiliil '
"not -walk on the grass" Of couisext" all i u.ili/e, the, ,ne-ee ,
I hIt'I' giving( nw.iv( (of
the grass" if we c-ver hope t to come-it' 0111, p.iiks into Ieauufulla\\ns. but thio/ 'igh ;a '"111'11' mistak, and thereis :---:0. I 17J; ;\ bill to bi. entitlid, an. act ,10, ('i"II) lIa""IIl"'.. and( providing" aP' I'., (ol" S. I niunlv I ti'-asuiers, and county
I of inyviseie.lIe 1 10 I 11.,pi, il StI (1(111' i tJ; !_' of( tJie" < u lie'I .il iiidtri,): 's, i in the State of Florida, to
culpajiilitv : <
around J paiL I. tliite, hundred, feel long to no" thought _
.. the price of doing a spnnt act a ar it.11'' x foi/ \lolaloll") ( ,of the liiO.iS
h.id Ktuined the bill to the si nati. st.ituti- of f 1 loud.i 1"lat,1' to the I'lm' Ilk (1'0'' the jiavment' theie-of byI
I rive at a place you desire ID go \\lfl( ii i- 1 less t d.JII, eighty!; I leet distant is too ; ., I ion I I t I hi'I 11.ol ." app I I i oi,d I .1)'UII.. :'Mbhuli .
of and) ox i iPoxxid I loiintiis, and to all
.1- it I nl In"<'n) IlIt.d'd) i , in) tin seii.it iin I iiiant i tiitaii) swamp ; )iiijiiire costs,

much to ask the average man to p.i\' I IIn.se dayol push, and i lush and com I 1 a s. flit( e (I\ i \\hnh) ,is villox\ instuid IniiN lo I i.nlioails(, ( and taiuiloinpanic I !ttti':' 1'', t'-, (''nuilii( nieiits. |v'reinsitt-s| and
\\ ) 'I \\ ni'I| i In lust, t time I ( by
meicialism of, in oue.of. the( house inckits' ,' I slinli I title and, referred to the comrnittiii i ominissunis( (' now( 01 heieafter! to bepiovidttl

Our people lia\c no desiic to disohej' an\ I nile the city may ,make-regard hu h un blue \\' \\ .i'' i i.nl I (tin lust time bxil , ") J Itldli'lal' \ I. foi such olficeis' to he eolhitcd l-

Falrh and) otheis hinted title, '.Hid iiUtitd" to t tli nt- ('oinniittii ( I \ I bx, them and paid over, to theoinilv
'p..aJ.I')
ple-aMiie and ide. and gladly and "
these foi,
ing paiks, they aic i our pi were .
1--: :Mi" :Ni; \\lin of Siiwamt,, Housi .
an.ils aId I )Ii, i
M->tiulij I, on' I the flooi, that theV< ,,1'rn (on ( i.unagclv I Iri-UMiMi of tIne lespectlve
,; villmgly paid lor but life is tOo >shoil: and the ice v\e ale all running after < Union was lesponsilile for the I ;, Mi I I iiiiock' of Polk. HouseI Pill:, ;.No I'-'-i ,\ b.II In I It',, "IlItl..d, anjit mil' /'Ins" \\bnh xvas lead!! the firstI

,\. 1 dollars is too swifl( to consume xaluable time in doing a turkey! trot around a los, of the lull but none of them/ I 1:111: I I :\ II. 1 I. ; .\ ,bill. to In. i ntith anut I to prohibit' thi ') (( 'II1'( III ors I me bv. 'its title and le-feind to the

.I t\i l I" "' I of Illinois i I I I I in I I 0 i it I talll I and .
three hundred loot I.t hh I tin "nioking I of lasts ,
park I to :
h.ixe: ni.Kk ditTen' 'nt stati'mints aset I t |jlI i (5 against( oniniiltii( l 'on inuiitv t oiruials

tt s l Ix inn') 'ins' and "lixing) tin- \lIIg"$ a ,p n.tltv' for (tin. violitKhn of |{ Mi. I'1: mult '
\t I But t tlieie, i is a way in x\huh to force the t people to obey t these rules and >0' lglII H.\ s I Hugh lopton of I

lor rot vvoik: an IlIonH'lIlen'e to (the public and that 1 is to lay at least two cement K.i)' (ounlx i is :NeweslI I" 11.111" 10'0) d""Iga"d( 11 JM ..iliiigin I'hi trueVhith( was .lead the fustI1 : 1 i-l-: .1 unlii(lii. him(.,i' bill, :No; I I'll.! A bill

i. 'j I 'I In' bill uiatiig' K.ix' ,'otlnl) out .pf .11'1 I.", ._ i pall>: I t s .if 1 1.1\\ i n 11 I"ii 1 I ill ic'1 I I mi I I"\ I its I ml t i I and n 11 ft, i'n"d t to the to I bi i ut Itl It-"I all lid to protit game
walks |VM o 01! llu i'ec I leet wide acioss each park and (foi cc the people to confine I II
iinniittii I I I I labor
"I I(I I I i I 1' on oijrni/ed I I I
the south,'rn pat, Washington( II h I IiI u tuas !: .flIt,, / 1,1,, Ii'. m I the stati- of Florida
themselves to theedlks when from side lo the other I : :Mi.. I Puss: ,. of Palm Hi., .
l crossing one lountv' pa-Mil t tin lmu-<' ('IM\! this, \\IIIIi I I I I : I" it, j I tin' I lust I I I timi i ' I I'X.nid \ ,\ ai h, fii j ju i \\liuli V.1(1read, the first' tune by Its

I hese walks! xxould not in any way mar the beauty of the parks. hut would moi_n log!, ,n I.. ,. ,tt'ft'int'l' ,) to (the, toninnt I .1(11(1| ( I Mou, Pill I :No; I IS(; .\ |1111', | :I II It It and n.ft'iitd! I to I the committe'ein !

would I'ulilu I I I IfialtbI I( I to i I In. iiititlid I i i I I an I I ait I I ulating I I I I to t tin..
add to their<< appearance and then the grass be allowed to glow' unmolested I l'hv lull .ippiopnating. "il.'dOO(I()() for I I. I 0""I i "( game 1 '
tin I : :\l incnck of .Polk, House Hill lad(( "s of i'haigi' s )bv,. i ail loads,) ,'ngagi!:, ,din .
.1 FiioiiuiiHit I I ,I i in .1 l.nksoiuilb l i I I to I v i Hv :Mi I Acosta( of Puval, house hill
1 .ii to \u I 171 I .V lull I I I intitb, l an lilt to tin I,,, ,.,. .,,.,, of lominoii( ( ,i.iiiieis'" ' I
"I'Ih I (uiif I t pio
\tof1l"11 I t.d.u'y i ) p) i--vi .o. 1'I7: A bill. to IK- entitled( an aitiiinstituting
The cost of( these walks would be small and would be of great convenience
very
of fiiight and this;
made amend idi for UK' (1"aliflcalloll"; of county ( pasMiigeis( 'in
tlay. .\ ii attinipt xxas to \ [ ] ., eight hours as a 'legal

lo our people the hIll by haxing the nioiiiinn' 'nt placed -llI'I ii liii i'ndi( ,'nt s of public iiIstl'IlI'ttInt i t Mat ', Whiih) was nail (the fust (time, ( ( I II ,lav 's \\ Ill k by persons employed or

..., '" -. ". ll' at lallahas \\hiih, was. uad the lust t i nine' l hy bv its Ii lit. and) i lefiind (to the corn .
"J(>> <)C'( z ex <:j ,0<:<:> :: :> :--0' on I capitol giounds I iiM.iftti, e-niploveel bv or III behalf of

; BUSINESS J'KOI'OSITION makes this explanation in the pagesof see hut it was ox helnnngly defeated 'its t title and lofeiicd to the "commit I mittet on) imputationsj ( I the :State; of Florida or anv' (county

:,1 I scientific pulil nations, to wit, medical U. 0111 Education j Hv: :Mr.N e\\ Ian of Suwiinne-e' house its(0, other nuinii'ipalityin

Town Building in a Very Simple "rob-I journals. Thus we read in current TIll'I present house of riprescntatles Hv :\!Hancock of Polk. House Hill( lull :No 1H7(( :\ bill to entitled, an (/ said State Which, was nud the .

i l I. I :No; 1 17: A bill to I... entitled' all act act relating to the setting of tires '
lem When Understood. issues of some medical journals : seems I to e distinctly' profiles- > on list tinx- l h()' ,its title' and referred to t'

11': I "To estimate the "calorie" value of si\e, and distinctly, p ruJacksonvillewll'ri piovidmg for the otgam/ation and! the lands of another, and presinlnngncrialtits t the- committee, on organized labor

"We have the inclination to make Whole Wheat and Barley would seem it is a matter of the metropolis I elect 1 ion) of ( 'ounly Hoards of Public for tin violation, theuofWhnh Hy11.i : Pains of I (oval house lull

Our Town grow and prosper, but we ( in the, laboratory ) to be a correct \s other sections' of the state I[ Instruction and fixing, their, compensation vxns lead I the first lime by I :N'n; PISA: : bill to h,' entitled anYTt ,

I, don't know how t() go about it." (computation of the dietetic' value of The bill. authorizing the state drainage I I 'its title and itfeiietl to the committee :, to pi'ovule, a penalty for toercingni 1

\ This remark 1 is. heard on the street I and Which lead the first its .
board to borrow money its I was time by on fo.t.'y.By ,
the well-known food (made of thesetwo / influencing 01 making demands
quite frequently. cereals lompamon bill passed"' in the senate t title i I and rcfeired to the eomnutt/'e :Mr Husst- of I Palm Beaih, by of
I\ )-Grape Nuts upon' ( 01 n'qulI'ill) t iifployei, 'servants -
t \ Town Building is a simple problem, "But, professional accuracy of observation day }before' yesterday and were put on EducationHy 'eiiu-st'| I. joint resolution :N'o I 1SSA laborers and persons' seekingtlployrnenU I

I k> because it is merely a question of from a clinical standpoint, through the house this afternoon. i :\1 l r. hancock of Polk I House Hill joint resolution ptoposmg' an amend ( / Whii Wit' read the tlrj

\ Town Selling. (; Union lime. Xo: 17( A blll'to he entitled act merit, to the (onstitution of
t and confirmed in an empirical way by Senate rants Western >- an the Stateof 'list, tirm by its title and referred to I

How would you go about to sell a many of the more intelligent; laity, The senate committee announcedthis prescribing eligibility to the office of ).'Iorida. Which was read the first the committee: ; on organized labor.

: stock of merchandise ?1 has shown in many individual cases afternoon that, it will grant the State Superintendent of Public In- time by its title and referred to the By Mn Farris of Duval, house Joint.

r You would 'get suitable quarters, a Western Union time to make .its last struction. committee on constitutional amend- d
,v during a decade or more, that Grape ", resolution!! No. 199-A joint resolution
I i\ ( splendid: stock of goods, make the Nuts, for some reason possibly not stand against the "mental anguish" Whleh vvaa read the first time by ,its I menta. proposing an amendment to Article I

,I } store attractive, 'secure ,competent readily mol1str table by the mathematics -I bill oil the matter of concurring ,in title and referred to the commiltee. By Mr. Kite of Alachua' house bill VI of the Constitution of the State of I'

't' clerks, and then advertise. Your of chemistry, supplies in a'I amendment made by the house. on Education. 'No.: 18A! bill to be entitled an act Florida, relative to suffrage and eligi-

clerks would know the stock and talk prompt and practical way far more Loblnists for the corporation say Hv :\1 r. Paiker of St. Ludlous"/ I ,providing; foi the cieation of K intaI bihtj' Which was lead the first time

about it intelligently You would real nutritive value than the labora- they have a thanie to WI n yet, and' Dill :No: 177-A bill to be entitled 1111'' I,'county i in the State of I I'l lioula" and >ty its title \nij referred, to the committee a

-l'l.at'pn' and governmenttlnieof !;' on ..(.II liluti..llalllnlt.II.ln\l'nts. I

keep on advertisingNoxv I Io Karley" as easily, ought!;' into I line to vote for I four ( haptel.. t4'rn of the fieneialStatute's ; I Which was lead the first I
Br11': l
OiNl.II of I Her nando! house
that is the science of Town I After thus destrojing the .idols. of the' bill. again a-f was the hotrse I ( of the St Ui"' of 1 Flol'lda.'h I tune( bv ,its title' and itftrred to the I lull" :No: JOO( A bill to he entitled an

Building You have the Town here. sue-new, the iconoclastic' advel'tisi' 'rneiitnaively Up to date thiss the most interesting i \\ ,<,h xxas i e ad the fIrst" tune bjlits .commit...- (Iii county organization, ut I to cancel I j judgment ic-eovored by

Make it attractive. Advertise. I I writl'r n'mai'ks : "The above light of the 1'HSIIHBoth sides, I title-, anti i icferied to the committee Hj Mi I 1 Ixiu' of Alachua, house bill I ;
beState
: of 1 lorula C Civeathey .
against
What down?? I I
keeps a town is \\ ,:11torth looking into . ." Yes, ii I <' battling( hard for every posihleadvantage Oil Judiciary, H. "\o. 1 I'll! ) A bill, I to be. entitled an act i .
alldV.. :\1. I Hope I (October)
: A merchant loses
: : en.l'rKY or gets I I indeed So also are the i onse( i xation ByIr': I'uiker of St. Lucie.louse/ I it'giil.itmg/ ( eontiait', , of suiety be '.th I ISKd;
: discouraged because of a bad ford.k:! :! I in the circuit
crop HilI:0:- 1 17K A bill, to l be entitled I V.'t'il and! .
of encigy and tin immutabillt of the an loinmon( ) i.iiiieis tin ,ir tinnlovts '
| ouit, of Hernando fount I"londavhiih .
'f ( ,
season His shelves are ragged, the )
elements and the ind.tl'u, tibilitv, of _-\ ( Oinpulsoij school uttendam" :lit to amend S,,{tlOIl J10J of Article and sun' ''lll'" upon ..l1dl eon .
t floor dirty, the windows unxxashed was 1 1 ml the (list time by its ,
matter and Newton's: law of giaxita- law for, I FI"I'da, will he ihtrodiued, in' foinftj"' ( haptel' (One) of the ficneralstatutes ; 'I I traits and fixinir, { p. naltii fiu vlOla.1 t Hi' and referred
; the
Stops advertising to save to committee .,
.: Sheriff soon gets him. money ( ion and a few. other fundamentals tho. pnsint legislature, by the lion of the State of Ploiida lion( if 'ad: .ill l. \Vlri"h11' read tin >Ill .1 I udu"lary A,

;. t that scientific men fondly imagine!;' to \V I' I angford of Ariudia, \\ltieh was lead the first time by its first time by ,its title, and "refinedto .
Towns are kept down beiause. the .
: be well-demonstrated scientitic ,: was' title and referred to the committee the committee Oil organi/cd labor -- - --
t. fanly i Whin the ,need for stoi i a Ja v : ; '
John)
people lack energy to make it grow. I 1"Vilst>ni, of 'lampa/ is in
: facts .It would seem to be tin apothe- under discussion' at the rc'.e't, StatePonfeieiue ; on Judiciary' HHy H>' Mr I llupree- of ( olumbiu, house 1 '
: The streets become littered with dirt. the cIty todiiyKOIi .
. Front yards in weeds The sis of advertising misri',pi) 'esentation of (ounty and ( ity, Super- I :Mr Parker of St. Lutie, House' bill N'o I'M! A bill to 'be entitlid, an' I

grow \\ hen it become's necessary for the exploiter hit) ndents III dan; i's\ I'.le: Owen HLoxejoy Hill, !No. 1 79! --A bill to lie- entitled an net 1 to punish' piisons who' inn automobiles (. -
Board of Trade dies a lingering death I SALE-2 h. p. International
.- of a hreakfust-fooit to I try to sei-ictirv of the National act to pioxnle for the State regtstia- ( oV"r i "\\m k belonging!;' to otheipc "'
.. Town labeled a "ile'ad one, and! pi) 'ople Harvester asolinc engine, in good
convince the public that 2 plus :2: equals (Child, Labor Committee, stated that lion of nurses 'i'sons and(( tliiubj, killing. wounding 1
shun it-and the sheriff latches running order ,Vill sell at a sacrifice -
5. The Journal of the AI1l'ri'anll.d! there weie in I'loiida 25,000 ('hlldren' Which was read! the first time )by, its or in.| inig' (tin' s.une Winch' was II
many of the citizens. if taken at once. Apply atfiazette
ical Association well asks, why should of school age, who were not attending title, and icferied to the committee! nail: 11.tir,1. time by ,its title mid ; I
Town building is town selling-just office. 37tf
like medical I journals and i ncwspapiis i I be school Thl'I -tat<'l11ent was ihalleng on public health I
any other merchandising'
:Put willing to "fall for" this SOl t of pse'u- ill a s an exaggeiation but :Ml l I Love- Hy "I r. Bryant of Santa Rosa
the ginger: behind Our Town
dosuentifu( j \ t wa tit I le ? I Doubtless) I : jo:> has jut leieixid a ,Uttir. fiom House' Hill No I 1X0( () A )bill, I to )be, entitled -
1 and it will grow like,, the biggest!;' and ,
,. "TIH'fl"I I 'a>oon," AIII"I'I'al1h.di: I Prof lhaikston\ of the State University ,- an act to amend ( hapter 51',7'J(; :1 I
most osperous stole t ) III our ti ii I ,'.
) If you don't put the ginger behind cal I JournalBONUS I pointing out that tip last of the ads of I 1007! I laws of l"lorIdlL, I k :

published, ,port of the State Kupcrin' the -ame Ixing an act to aim I Our Town it will amount to about us II
? ndent of Kduiatioii stated that ax01 ,- tion :270! ; ) of the fieneial; Statu'es ,of A
much in the commercial, world as roi) Bviiis/ lt'l'lllL.IlLl'lltA\ I
_; I : hit' hildien of school the State of /I'loiida relating to the ; t
I t \\ ( age were ,
BO me of the stores in this, place which / ) : FIIOI INSTOCK
,c'. not eniolled III the publii schools of nomination( of members of Hoaids of i'", .
do not know the value of adxeiIISIM' .
I In (older to i im'I tease health thioughcleaiilinesH '
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and other Honda, duiing the year 19111orpover. I :!. County ( ommissioneis and membeisof ), \
store efficiency qualities i among the-} 700 cmo'I''S, !
:\! only 70 cent attendedon Ho.itIs( ( of PublicInstiuction of the
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t which are necessary to make business of Ilaiiison Hiothers & (Company the per ltI-4. : '' '' STI'1'1':1':1)"
the average of 1 I I1 days in the scxeial I ,counties( of this, State 1-\1''( .11:11": SI-I.t.' 10'1':1':1: I
; -Exchange."THERE'S, firm has nffc red to I >> 1111'TO'
gixe ei man employed
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ut the plant I 1.1 cents exeiytime I
: title t and iiferied to the. committee' 1'1':11101\1' SIII(1I: '1 t( 111"1>:11\'
/ A REASON"Those
I he tabes bath The following is a partial list of on 1'1 i vil'gvs. and Elections: 1101': \I':", up I.. 40 h. s \ \\ 'I.I.M I

readers of advertisements All that is necessary is that th-e the bills mtioduccd! ,; the I House this Hv :\1 l r. Tl'lTpll of Sumpter, Hnuse! 110/111". UI' (u 'lii h. 1,1.hl .nI. heavy

:i who are of wn inquiring turn of mind bath to lie taken i in the rooms of the \"...."k : Hill' No 181-A bill to be entitled\ an N""rJl "'r ('o\\on'l: "1," (" !'Io\IaUIHI, I

t .: r may have wondered wherein lay the : concern' fitted l up at an elaboiate t e.s.pense ., ByII'! Goldstein of Nassau, MOUKO act to regul.fte the sale of stocks, OASO'.I'\I: 1'\1.1\ I'1'1 101'1': \ JU I"i'l.Is: ,.t ,

.! seeret of the marvelous properties I the bather receiving from the Kill' No. 1 WK-"A( bill to be entitled an bonjls\! u-ul other corporate se'curetiea, 1'Tn 1'111.1. "'1'\\'.: MILLS ,

that have been ascribed-by the attendant ill charge a check which he IJlI'I"'I'O\l !MAWiSA'
: II act imposing licenses and other taxes to cjeline dealers therein and to
s man-I cashes in 0 pro- IIr'l'4! fur all mak.s ..f ..
ufacturer Grape Nuts. It is on pay dayThe es
., providing!;' for the payment thereof, vide penalties, for violations of this SflFTIN( t1'i.Ii-'s i
t mitted to be but a combination of I idea was suggested by Ir and prescribing penalties for loing act. I iiE1.TIi'1. 4 IIOXEM 'I ,

wheat and barley, and yet we have Francis I n. Patterhon, formerly chief .r.d"u.dlum to b..t '
business without license
.* a or other Which was read the first time by its 1.00 rilAINM/ rAIMT IIIHIK 1
). been told that this combination is a police surgeon of the city, whom the failure to comply with the provisions on Banks and Loans. KOH Tin TONGS t tt'iVEl11"I'ItIi .

"special food for the brain and company employed to look after the thereof. SAWMILL {j t J
Mr. Lamb of Suwdnee House Bill
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1 ( nerves," is good for appendicitis, welfare of the men. Which was read the first time by No. 182-A bill to be entitled an act Write forPrices
at "loose teeth and various other unpleasant l _
its title and referred to the com. to protect materialmen, artisans 4
me- I
I S conditions. The manufacturer A want advertisement in the Val mittee on Fnance and Taxation and chanics and laborers for material fur- Sit- .

; t has at last explained. "There'sa ley Gazette has never failed to pro- :200 copies ordered printed.By nished or labor performed on \ I l_
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' FRIDAY; APRIL IS, | >jy'w" V I*, \TH fV KISSIMMEE EEV VALLEY' GAZETTE. d 1 PAG1<,';:1 '

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IE: KISS VALLEY"GAZETTE., 'Gee:,Balsden 'and wif;})pi Whlttier Mrs A. ,3. Hearn joined' her husband city,. and predicted ,,for it a great future CASES TRIED\ ,

Telephone No. 11. were.".Visitor'here 'this,week. 'in this city: Monday coming from. saying that this section offered ''

Published Every Friday' By "' Lon Raulerson. of Avon Park, spent Jacksonville. opportunities for investment _'not '(\ TN COUNTY COURTCIVIL GOING!

1r W. B. HARRIS.' found elsewhere in the South..
' ,Tuesday among. our business people.: Mrs. ,W. J. Perrin and daughter, -
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= .40 O..OOt.oooo.oo I I', M.' S". Bowen of Ft., Meade'sprOmulient :Eunice, left yesterdays" for a'.few daysstay Mohair suits.,are,,cool:-buy: one at ,' DOCKET HAS NOT YET '
one GOING
; at.Pass-a-Grille..: ,F,. H., Lawson's.. . .It BEEN REACHED-CASE -OF. \ I,
citizens i
; spent' Monday .
Weather Reportj' here. Dr. T.. M. returned Fish STATE VS. C. BUCKELS .. f
: Rivers Saturday fry-Southport, April 26- '
from Gainesville, where he was called Nuf ced.Stlyieh. NOW BEING TRIED. GO'INGIAT' !
a7'f Miss Florrie Sharp left Wednesday \
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I in a profesional capacity .
Following are thedaily tern for a short visit with relatives ,atBarto pumps! in white, gun metal, The following cases .have, been disposed -

1 I peratures and precipitation,aa'I j I: Mr. and Mrs. Jno M. Lee 'had as patent leather and tan. F. H. Law- of by the county court now' in TEN PER CENTREDUCTION

: reported by the Government their guests on a trip to Southport son's. It session From the number of con
''i station at Kissimmee for the W. A. McCool left yesterday for J. W.' and sister victions '
Monday Mrs. Pilley it would appear that Prose.
Beaver Falls, Pa., where he has Do wish to have the time of ;
ADril.lt.
week ending 1913. a you
i Mid Belle Bronson,"and Mr. and 'Mrs. cuting Attorney Geiger is after violators Cash .
For .
summer home. i I your life? Then attend the fish fry ,
MAX MIM. RAIN J. W. Oliver. of the law ..with both fist t
I at Southport April 26.:
, 1 t! Friday .. . . 81 66 .15 Gettis McClelland of Whittier was !', John Dash and wife )left Tuesday clenched. The case of the State vs. A. the summer season is
the prominent who visitedthe M. D. Wilson who Calvin Buckels, charged with carvinga
among men moved Kis
iatwrday. 81 67 .65 from here and close
.4. for their home at Pittsburg, Pa., stopping' we must out '
t Jdnflay.! .. . . . 82 66 . city this week.Afterapleaaant'winterspent. I I. en route at St. Augustine and simmee to Tampa a few weeks; ago, gemmen of color, Is being tried the high shoes to'm ke r
i here this week today, .but a decision had not been
Monday.. . .. 71 51 .. : Jacksonville. They will spend nextseason was renewing ac- '
here
< reached as we to room for our new spring .
Tuesday. . . : '704W Sam here coming about November quaintances.Help go press.State
Hannah left
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on the noon train ,
.:. Wednesday . 77 55 for Beaver Falls 1. vs. Sam Edwards, assault and styles that are arriving i
Pa.
build the Methodist church by "
::: Thursday . 83 52 battery; plead guilty. daily, we make the above ,
W. H. King E. W. McElroy, division agent of attending the fish fry at Southport State vs. Sam Edwards, assault and
a prominent St. Cloud
:: OO-.OOOOO reduction. Now is the time ;
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: :- :- April 26. Trere'll be plenty to eat
real estate dealer, was transacting the Florida Life Insurance Company, battery; plead guilty. ..... ;
and a barrell of fun for to buy high shoes at bar-
1 everybody.Eli a ,
- State Valon Vann
vs. larceny
jury
business here yesterday. will in future make his headquarters ;

.i" Kisrimmee, and will open offices Beard and wife, who for years trial and found guilty. gain. .
Mrs. F. S. Gilbert is on an extended within few At he is State vs. Andrew E. Parramore,
a Buys. present
have spent the winter montha in Kis '

I THE! LOCAL FIELD. I It. visit with relatives. in Georgia,.andSout.h a guest of the Graystone.! simmee, left Wednesday for their desertion; plead guilty. Come Early Before "
Carolina.R.
home at Ockley, Ind. State vs. Geo. Bernett, selling whiskey Sizes Are ConeDuttonHarris :
Every effort on the part of some of in dry county; plead guilty.
C. of Atlanta Ga.
Campbell was
;H | I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I the eut-of our ball players has, been made to geta Thos. Crawford, who has been engaged The following were tried by juryon ':
among prominent town peo- meeting at the Council rooms to in the chicken business here, the charge of selling whiskey in a Go

.! Strand t wood $1.25 per strand. ple' here Monday. map out plans for the summerbutIt left Tuesday for Jacksonville, in which dry county and found guilty: Clar-

Prompt delivery within city limits. Miss Gladys Crawford of Tallahassee is evident there is not enough interested city he will make his future home. ence Murphy, Lawyer Aiken, Nelson "Foot Fitters"

Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf is in the city the guest of her to support a ball team.C. Small, Dan Brown and Jack Diamond.The .
Wm. Shead and wife and T. M. ,
Horn! to Mr. and Mrs. W. Barber, of brother, W. 'B. Crawford. B. Jacobs, who spent a week here Farnsworth, after a most pleasant cases of the State vs. John "
Cloud, a son.I Biaaden and the State vs. Laura Green
:St: S. B. Aultman spent yesterday in looking after prvate business matters, winter here, left for their home at nol

I ,unnto, plants for sale. Theo. Ban. Tampa, looking after extensive business left Saturday night for New York. Poland, S. D., on Tuesday. They will were The two pressed.cases of the State vs. Wil-

i. 'J-t interests in that city.J. ) Mr. Jacobs was so favorably impressed return here in the early fall to remain liam Yates were continuel! until next y'bii "
<< 1 with Kissimmee's many advantages permanently.. :

I Mlll I RENT-Five-room cottage. W. Carr, of Lakeland, was a that .it is possible he will term of court.COMING .
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Apply' to H. N. Bratton. lltf visitor to Kissimmee Monday, stop- decide to make his home hare.: Andrew J. Rose and family arrived \

\V H. Brokaw with Gritting Broth- ing at the Manhattan.The this week from Greenville, Miss., for HERE FOR "Si;
John F. Burkam I getting fair
of New York, can depend on a ,
u visit with Mr. Rose's sister, Mrs
t' t the tree people 40tf1i11.'r Misses, Chapman of Orlando, who has the six months
spent past i
Clay Johnson. They will leave in a TWENTY WINTERS deal from any grocer with
reached Kissimmee Wednesday for a ;
here, has purchased the Gottwalles
liros. 101 Ranch Wild West
\1 few days for Miama to spend sometime
visit with Mrs. Joe Jeffords. \ the nerve to
property in North Kissimmee, the \
will be exhibited at the I'ast..day
) 1 tui It"' I III. with relatives.On .
,. and sale] being made by H. M. Breaker & AM= EXPECTS TO CONTINUE DO-
tin'' tomorrow. C. Griffin, one of Dade City'smost | Print His Prices
Co. It is such men as Mr. Burkam page two of this paper thereis ING SO UNTIL I AM CALLEDTO -
prominent !business men, was a !
\l W. E. Cadman, of Narcoossee, that is making Kissimmee the most an' article headed "Judge Decker THAT UNEXPLORED

ki' i i Monday: with friends in Or- visitor to our city Tuesday.S. progressive city in the South.C. Locates at Sanford," whereas it should LAND. NOT JUST AS GOOD BUT- J

,.' J"I W. Harmon, E. Livermore and read "Judge Decker Locates at St. '
A. Cole, proprietor of Cole's The Veribest
:Miss Kate C'lauson were among St. I Cloud." Just one .of those typographical W. A. McCool left yesterday for his -
I I (Cummings i :' treasurer of St. jewelry store in this city, as well as '
Cloud citizens:: who spent Tuesday in errors that creep in every newspaper summer home at Beaver Falls, Pa. We specialize .
Th], ml, was a visitor to our city Mon- one at Winterset, Iowa WinteV Haven -
this' city. I at times. Judge Decker is too We speak advisedly when his
we say Armour's Star Hams 22cArmour's '.
l.i. and Lakeland, Fla.] which latter u
I wise and brainy a man to locate in !Rummer home, for he owns a beautiful !
Smoked Bacon.18c ,
John Baisdi'n, wife and daughter, city he makes his home is here in attendance I rArmour's .
M I 11 Tindall, of Ashton, was among Sanford when the progressive and home here in this city on Emmett White Salt Meat 15c
of WHittier, were here this week fora I upon his father who is '
"Wonder of St.
h. out of town people here prosperous City" street, besides an and
pniniincnt I orange grove Armour's White Cloud
couple of days registered at the dangerously] ill at home of his son, (: !
tin ui'ek.It Cloud] offers so many advantages' andopportunities. a large body of land on the eastern'' Lard 124
:Manhattan. H. E. Cole.Don't unnuun
: shore of the lake, and spends as much e
J I. Mercer, one of St. Cloud's I Armour's Veribest Pork & Beans J
J. PenninRton Gardner returned fail to he among the number I nn1)I I time here as he does at Beaver Falls
"in>'-l>'i-roufl !business men, spent Mon- I Armour's Veribest Soup ;
| Sunday to his home at Boston, aftera that attends the International Moonlight In speaking to a representative of

las here. month both profitably( and pleasantly Fete at the residence of Mr. (Communicated.) this paper just before leaving yesterday Armour's Veribest Canned ,!'

: '. Ed Canning was ifuai to St. spent here.M. Meiklejon on Paradise Island.] The I Mrs. James Tindall died at her Mr. McCool said, in answer to I Meats

I hy telegram Monday announc- [ affair comes off tonight and the boats I home on East Lake March 27, 1913, the question as to when he- would return Armour's Top Notch Grape

r'\\the serious illness of her father. Hilti, of St. Cloud, passed will leave the dock promptly at 7:30.: after an illness of only a few weeks. : "Why, I came .here just a little Juice

through the city Tuesday en route to The proceeds of the entertainmentwill She was a highly respected: woman, over twenty years ago, anti purchased Armour's Cloverbloom-

(, I 1) Boone attended the grand St. Petersburg, to attend to private go to the library fund. and wa's loved by all who knew her; property, and every winter since j) The Butter : 7r

edge!: .o( Odd Fellows that held its business matters. she was a devout Christian, always then, and a good many times duringthe 1 Armour's Oleomargarine .

,I' m):%il session at Palatka this week. Phil Pearson and wife left yesterday willing to assist the sick and afflicted summer, too, I have returned here, I
Edgar Katz: left yesterday for a for their home in Illinois after Every item fully guaranteed
; was never known to do an unkindact and expect to continue-doing sos I
I' A. Lifthtsey of Bartow, one of visit to his brother, Howard, at Rob, I the. winter spent here at the residence or speak unkind words. (Her placecan long as I live. Kissimmee is my by ."." .
'olk county's most prominent cattle Mo., who is a student in the Missouri of G. A. Gilbert. Mr and Mrs. Pearson -
be filled, but our Heavenly i "
never southern home, and I am merely goingoff 4
a visitor to our city Monday School of Mines. impressed with Kissirii- WEST KISSIMMEE -
nen i. was were so Father knows best. Our loss and our for a short stay to look after business I

The new Fleming !building on Dar- mee's splendid climate and the hospitality sorrow is her eternal gain, and rejoicing affairs. I shall return here dur- j '

Attend' the fete tonight at the resi- lington avenue, which is rapidly near- of its people that they will sweet unto the Lord is the ing the summer for a month, as it is I TAYLOR'S ,,

,,in-e of Mr. Meiklejon. You'll have ing completion, and will be ready for return in November<< and remain per death of His saints. May we be as really much pleasanter here during the I I Dickeraon Bld'g Broadway rl

the time of your life and help a good occupancy in a short time.J. manently. well prepared as was this dear One. hot weather than in Pennsylvania. I I

'UUbe L. A. Hamilton 4b and daughter left She leaves a highly respected family, Have no fear but what you will see Phone 250. Quick Delivery "

M. Montsdoca, who is in chargeof a husband, four daughters and seven me again shortly." \
for Toronto Canada their
Sunday ,
Mrs. J. C. Griswold, after a few the nursery of the Narcoossee Farm sons, besides a host of. ,friends and _._ , :d. 1
former home, for the summer. Dur ; //1
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. D. and Townsite Co.,, at Narcoossee, was relatives to mourn her loss. INVITATION AT- NOTICE : ,I II
ing Mr. Hamilton's absence his mag TAX ;
Boone, left for her home at Jacksonville bore Monday attending'to' business. She is gone to worlds above, where TEND FISH FRY '
HTrent residence on the lake front, t
on Sunday. matters. as well as his orange grove on the saints and angels meet, to realize Our The building! : committee of'' the Notice is hereby given that the extension ':
Savior's love and at His feet. '
Will McLaughlin has discontinuedhi Mrs. Bedingfeld, who for several north side of the city will be in charge worship Methodist church of Kissimmee extends of 30 days allowed by the ,

liakery business for the summer, days was the house guest of Mrs. of Roll Bronson, for whom Mr. Ham a cordial invitation to the people County Commissioners for the closing -
Card of Than
and. has accepted a position in Joel Meiklejon at her handsome residence ilton built a cottage near his bunga- 's. I of Orlando, St. Cloud, Loughmanand i of the State and County tax books .i; -
We wish to thank the Kind .
Ha1--: meat market. on Paradise Island, returned to the low. many other nearby towns, to join themin will expire on April 30 and the books \
and loving friends that assisted
us
city Wednesday. I a steamboat excursion and fish will close promptly on that date.C. .
:Mrs Jas. Caldwell and Mrs. Lasley Frederick K. Seward, of New York, in the illness and death of our dear fry at Southport on Saturday, April L. BANDY,

wcic week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1' Hawthorne, of Ocoec, spent a general counsel] for the Southern Util- wife and mother. 26th. Steamer will leave public dockat 16-3t Tax Collector.

.1! :M Dickinson at their home near few hours here yesterday, being en ities Company, after a week's stay I J. T. T. Tindall and family. !9:30:; a. m., returning about 6 ,.

''r,008Ree. route home from Palatka, where he i here left for home on Sunday. Before oC lock in the evening. Tickets for F. S. Key and wife left Monday
FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat
.1 T Hlackwell, wife and daughter, attended the grand lodge of Odd Fel- leaving, Mr. Seward expressed with all city conveniences. Applyto the round trip (including! dinner) night for St. Peters, Minn., where they

lows. himself as highly pleased with our W. B. Harris, Gazette office tf adults 75 cents, children 50 cents. will make their future home. 11 ,;;
M. ta, of Ashton, spent Monday in theca i ..

> making the trip in their handsome Mr. and Mrs. Neid, who moved here

touring car. List fall fropi Minnesota and purchased j I I !

property near the city, left for their
( K Barber, the McClenny (Baker
former home on TU'>Rday. They will I Ileturn
county ) florist spent f Saturday in the f
cits m the interest of the organization in the early fall. I COMMENCEMENT DAYS"There's .' :

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of the stockmen of this county. Ceo. P. Dyer, paymaster in the ;

'U. S, navy, now stationed in far j
The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co.,
west Washington State, spent Sunday j
Tampa, Fla., lend money at 5 per cent '
here visiting hjs friends, Frank and I .
interest, payable in small monthly in- .
P. A. Vans Agnew.N.
itallments.\ Write for particulars. 6tf I

Laymen's meeting will be held from W. Green; that, thriving a prominent city businessman of Sanford I a time for all things"and ,

Sunday at 3 p. m. at the Christian
was here Wednesday, and was
chore Leader, Rev. A. J. Holt.

Lad visitors especially invited. I liberal was the enough most progressive to Bay that city Kissimnlee in the now is the time to see the array of new things that we

1. Gro; F. Park"I'reRt..
South, Sanford exceptcd. j j have show See window of Fans *
4 :Thi--cold wave that swept the coun- to you. our display
F. L. Wo.odham and sister of Narcoossee -
try this week has caused tourists to
.j 't, d fr their return to the North, there- were the guests of Mr. and

,.Lg jfifle there will be hut few departures ;Mrs. S. II. Bullock on Wednesday. Heavy white Ratines for one-piece dresses, colored Linens, Ratine De .,
and Miss Woodham will sail for ,
:Mr.
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ftom KiSHimmee during the next fort ,. ;,

night. months'I England visit in two with their weeks parents.The for u. four j Luxe, Ratine mixtures. Ask to see our colored Lawn counter, yd. lOc

llr Sibert will preach special ser-
dance given by St. John's Guild
mon at the Methodist church next
Sunday. Morning subject: "Shine as nt Firemen's hall on Tuesday proveda Good values in Counterpanes.

both in the number who at-
Light," evening, "Watch for Souls. success .
\ and the realized, which
tended sum
A1lltre invited to attend these ser- .
\t will be added to the fund to pay for .

l ', laying sidewalk around the groundsof Brocades in Crepe de Chene, Charmeuse and other pretty things .

The pictures of Kissimmee were exhibited the church property. ,.

a at Lakeland at the Auditorium
is ii. receipt of a letter for evening wear
editor
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Tuesday night, and will be shown; at ,1 oJ
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Inverness Friday night. Word has from W. S. Alyra, whose hone :is ct
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but who is well remembered .
Kan.
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Atchinson,
{t Just been received that the additional "
;'t garden portion will be shipped this by a large number o< our

'eek and the hand-colored orange people as being among the original PARASOLS "One Price Dry Goods PARASOLS
boosters of Kissimmee, saying that I
These
', troves as soon as possible. I Katz's
J I elders were in Indianapolis, where the the storm which recently swept over, PARASOLS Only" at Corner PARASOLS

,." Jllms are developed, just at the time the west took a flying leap over his .

1' 'J* the flood, and have been held upi town in passing along, but tore things

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ftoad ..-. _t___1..._____t,. 8409 01.] provide tor said care and"' treatmentunlll' to EVER WATCHFUL I Listen Those
Proceedings\ the Convict T-ca.e Fund -......,_.,.._ .r loR 41 t.he applicant can he sent. you
8. S., P. No. 1 ..._......i.._... 70J a4 th Poor Farm. .-
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,Bounty Commissioners ti. l>. No. 6 ___:-____________ 1111 j j135BZ of, the County, ahall Inhabitant any a.-,' Readers Future'': Trouble: first fcy tlie

lit ulalance >JB re-ndcrt-d any -

showed thfollowlnir <' ,-xci-lit In aundliiK ,,,.Id aiipllcunt to Watch the Kidney secretions
report
,* Klsslm-;; Tax Collector'balance** to be coll ct...l : UK. 1'oor Farm and ..ueh a..slll..nc8 l have the amber hue CLOTHES YOUW2&1:

... April T. 1JU. leneral Revnu _ _____,, "___JJjSA 24! is '-ptovlded for the jtAiir at ?ald See that they
The Board of County .Commla.lon n County School __. _ _ --..."- } 5Y3.J 74 of health;
4'. ; >li and for O cola County Florida, County" l ,iad __.__ h- ___.__ 'Uil 4'7 48 farm of thel Hoard shall disthaige not excessive or infrequent
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i, .JI'. Walker coramtaslonora, J Bnnrn, K. '.>. No. Ii ?._.-_______ ._____ 133 8' iiendored tho' poof nnd h18 rullitir ment. I
( "" County Atty Alld J U. Ovorntrett; Clerk 'ifjVi ' '. 1.11'1'1'"'' r' )iii'd tilToOVlTnVc'iVl nil. i-flu-li" mipljoatlon.. and. IKhnll, )Poan's Kidney Pills arc especially I

and Auditor, ..d ICc''rIL'' colh'cted "'iich inil ,'<"!'%' I
Illu Mllli Bald Kiiorl for weak Tcidneys.I .
Th" MlnilliH of th<. lalll mei>.tlnw're/ '1.} I'lillTax\ report .how- I
,'ct< rii II |""II"lIllon. I-IJleie'R: a pjoof of thtir merit. i
,. .read nnd approved id 15 2.00 ..ul".cI..cl I :, ''h, Tin, Hoard "f funnl )' ronrmln- Kla :
The f..llowlnhilI./ .. w.ra. vxamlnod l. A ioinmunlxilli.il frnm tin- Hoard fnfirrltiK I Hlnii. "It Hluill mil l I..' 1."H."Hlhlo.| l foT.uv H. 1RaIls, St. Cloud says I

J I1ppro\.d nnd ..uariantB. ... ..I'r.drll.wn : ,'""nO' ('ul1unl.. l"....'... ,.r Do\'nl ,'...UIIIY. nhHliitnnr.' 1"1',1 unv pitoonunlil "1 think my complaint was brought
Kplmm| .p Wati.r AL! piopomdurn. . in iftiliillonsI back from !
> { 1"lu'II\' to a I lhi-alio\'i' iiiloBiin. nn l>y the ktruin on my
I'lnnt lltthtn and wRt..rHn_ f 43 81 .
IhH. n,1 .
<.'. K. Priilt luil roHts In W .'ndl1l.t ..f N..t1on 776 of I ni\ !I.' i n inmiilliil HilllI motiving my j II, HuliKI' CIIB4'K _ _ _ _ 27 K U ,.,., .Statul.H" of lln. !suit"f I FI..I.. '". I "iih lln.'h ,n nd \'..!" 'I" li". "' ".n1 "' / and the I
I |I.. I4i'HI \'. "mmIHH''"''.'iR 4 (till. uhl'li I.I.H.H' I., th.. <"oinp.'n H..n ofomit 1 ' 10. I'".11. I.'nun Hhall, 'I.. iii"l" i ''h. '"' : : pains tliioujrh my kidneys j I
I V. 1..1.1'. C.m. & inll..aK<'_. D (0(1( .t.li.1 unnatural and
ami secretions
lid were
11 ,, ..r ,Ih. sin" m kid"
van no
, j
\ A. i '. liaHH C..m. & mlliiiKe _ 6 ((10 (- \ CoiiuiilHUloii. IH i MI ivlMi.' n
, li I It MOHM, I'oin. iVi: mil.' UKV .. I 1:1:I nu II 1'", ,, .1 I. Illlll, th<. Cl.llt llisliuit.i) 1" .tit llf Hlll.l. I 10'/1'111/ loo fic'tmi-iit\ I i'r passage, also con I
;;, I' \\alk.r. (Com. tv mll..airi 20 on .., .I".I"H! "f 11110 I "I' "r 'Hi, '""
, .h I I"..,,III, ,1! of I "" I II, Tit.I :sii |1" i nil tllillinhl'avy sediment. Deciding
\\ .1.I Si '111'H, Alls I '. fur I luu I'd. 'Vii' ,, H.1I1 /
.. ..r HII. Il .1"I "'" I . Hh.ill l" ivl l- )I"I'H""R
,, nin
: | .lai\ 211 M2G ) "" i / check the trouble if possible I -
,,1"1". 1 "' ""' to proiiiiid
'I 1'. M Muiphv C'o. JudKi" HtiluryI (10 \ rolll1.. in "' 111,1, i" v ' i ,, 'ih 1 J' i..i l" iiini \\lIh' '1",1.

\ .1 I 1 lIa IHH. j.I lilt' IIIIlinr 4"I IMICl i,, tl, I 11",1 of Coiinlv' m. inilHHii.il." i'H I HI ,II".1 III. ill :ll 1 ,,11.< ',,<" ,," I' a supply of Doun'a Kidney

M ui'\ )'I.Siilli\an onu. vi i II., m malnt i in l. 'allowed 111.,1 12 HOII (HI "r ,... "III t 'oii"l, V '. HI'' 1.,1 Mh 'I'h.I sll; |'. ll"'. I'd' nt. "f Hi' '"" ,I I'ills 'and began using them. Relief

II I' < 1"1"I: t I I.IOH. .\it\ :! :U Kind tux. for I II". x.arn )1'ilJ(' 1''H' I.H.! I ,m.l'. Hh.,11..iln' :i< Ii 1'"I'H'"" S1 "' j jI soon follow oil and after I had finished

.1 l I. tlVIIHtli.l. Hill .\ tl.lll.llI '" 47 nil .11,1, nil' a..I. .HIM., .lll.Hm. f'" ''h.' "H' I ., H, I'""I 1 F.Illll, I" I" ll'l "i h'l4'h.' : "
I I. II Itiui .mi. .11' of J ill' 12 Till .,.,,01 ..11. """ Ih. .' "'"" .. VI,. ", I 1.01.."I .I- Mild. I' *.>" a fow boxes, I was in good health.
.. . 4(1( (in sHtil.nl
I'ooi
lohn ,1\ IH. Jsupt! I nun '
.. 1..11 ' ...1' : < .iM. tn iifoim. and !:in'" stile by all dealers 1'iice 50
I I. l 1.111.1. i t oniH T I i ,," r.113\ , .H. I.I..I f H., 'n. "d "" IH ..I"HI..II i I" |
,J t (hiiH .I" : MiCi. ,.i \ T"II.I .., I., ,, s ,11, 'Oo' S .1\1'.1\ 11,1 1, ' .. '1,11", '" |.. ,IK..I |",,, ,."'.,,11' .,,101. \\10.. ., it-ntM. 1'oster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, I

.: .l\! ,<1\'|\ n< i \In\ lllHI i .'iHi IIIH' ol, :si'oIlllKOll ; .Ill\ \ .. T J"II ill. "". '\ Hh' II.MII ''' III n, .t., llf 'I 1. .il, ., .... t ,, I" i l "i"ii" .<.ud. 1.'M." n' sn:ill I.., Vow \oik sole agents for the United The one most necessary thing a man

.. . .. .". -.' "' ,'" "' : VM III" I 111,. I :,md llfI ,
II IIP. (_ NllpplllHloi 1111111 I"> 1''I it
Al W VI ll ,,, ( I II. I" . ell. When
,. l 'I 1."ill I 'H ..IN. i :II 41! s,,J.I""H, i .I" :s tml, ..i MtlHM I I' '"..,.. I ', ,1/. ,"t .."M"II xs,. .I", ,IS ."II I III. "I 'II'' \t lat. ,.. must do is dress ", you go to
I Wiilki l' "I.: ii IIH A" "Cii,, "H\\' II InKllpplll H > "f I namc-oan'tI-and
} I *. IM.8"i' > 1 "" " KiMnombci the
l ,ll I.II. III''' IH'1 "
-pv "
.n.I "'i ell'
,, H ( l 1. I k H III" II. *h I 4r> mn : if are not ", dressed
<' 1. liiiiiil c'C""H i ',oil i" "," I IT 4sII II I I 1:1\| St;, ml, mlM .1I II. ", |,, " t ,M,, I I. I, I ,III Mill/ IMI. \ <' I t.iko no other Adv 17-.H get a position, YOU ,

.. Ai W, II I"I"w < o Mill"pll,.HCiiiint I s \\ I 1'oil" l "I I s, i 'I..u"I 1'1'' ii ,I" ,, ,,, I I. ,II,ll I I.. I I" ,,. I ,'I 1. til'' work will
for
\ .I mil., X 71Iv : : .1, |h. fll" in., It., mi ...ml "'.10"It'." '""' | ;. ., I oJ I III,I I I >ls t I" 'Ilil til' IMSlHt I the man you approach say:
WILSON'S FA-
Mil < MR
IHHinillll I ''UII Co 1o.It'I MIII . .
!. "I.'H. .Illlll ,I f"1H , .,.,,1 n.., l Ih "I I'. U'' ,, il' :"'1.' ",,, ',, ,,10"" , '01| |.. I "01"! 01, III..llll Mill' ll 'Mil I. I 111 haven't place

<' (.i oli. .loutntil!. ItliliKH. Tax :1 " , ,.. Mil. )..s, d, I". lll. II.. 'I. .I",,,1' ,01'' |II'| |"I nils s 'IIS .III. N HI H. .1.> Hit'" i \oKin: STOIUES "I'm, sorry but we really. a
C..II'c'l..r an.I c'1. I k II '"> ..,. .'\,111'' ''s '"i :..11,1 , .I, III Ol till I 0111Hill '
'. or M Muiphv. iimts I liiHiililtxHH iI., l h. .mm. tin ,11|, |rh.| : 111" I 11,1 M ( W ( McAdoo in Century Magazine/ ) for "
< < .U no ""HlllloI..1 til I'"I.I :-1"; \lh"" ; I\ f ,. ". -. ,i.p.n, ,to Ilii 1\"I'III"Y\ which open you.
I . The stones specially delight
ro.1,1 II .1" '\lIhl.'" :Mi. Wilson those that reveul the and want to
for are have
, ,m,,01 l .111' nt h.is t ujiln.'d htn 'health If you a position, get
1,10 I Co. inuli* I tin i. fromli
\\ nl.rnAOn MO n I .
"
.. .
li, il u 17' '14 \" s \\ I'..i' I i. ill ,..... ,.1.. ,' 'h. : .1 of| ,,1,1' ,.I .Itll Ills' OVAII lUlillOOll personality of the nejjio, Ins nimcte

M II "MaUllinoii' < .o. roul. nilp, :III '." I l, ?!1".n i -H"1. "' ,"h. '' "i"I l i"! .,ill in\ 'II-/lII": / ". 'tin Huitrdii and disinclination to admit that hedoesn't a raise In salary raise the standard of
'
f' Wnilnu i tailing < .1 i.n.l.Hiii. I miHiHHimmii : "j'F"
: th. Hoard
c.I..1 "II it '
:1' Mini .oil "
Hi Is i poll "
\all' ', \ i.ji/.11 .. 1 III" I I\:1: < "!" ,, understand "bip words, us You It to
,, 1111' .1.. "I ", ,, 111111,01.1, Olll-l, Hlllll, \ ,p,rHOIl owe your
J put Mnamliil. M. .II. tin 'HI (C. "" i .ilh, ".id, ,,i" s. 'li i: I I ill your appearance.
the of the Kiilimond
..
'i W AHhn' ,n, i>n 1\ t '.II 4V" 7K ,II., ., I ,"OJ! I '1'I "" n-hii' | " "Ilt' 1 s,'hiii' ,' d I "111 m 1 H.dc1"111'111 for instance story It

I IHH, IjUinlii l < '.' I u ml, i Inroad I I''; :,-. ,It.II', u' nM, ''' I \ :,"si, vM.' " ,"I", ..". I cub diner A man got into a employer to "look prosperous helps

J,. II ,III,. .Ill I I" : "" I Ipi II,1, I ; i n".in,, I "I \\ I II" '' III,.III,11 lllllj H""I.I, II U II.IBSv cab at the Richmond rmlvtustation; and will
IHIIII. ,It* '; '" "in I \ Ml ,.I I'" I I .' ;' "I.. i,i .fI.I-' , i s i .mini,.ndi d foi .1\1"\11'111'\ n t IIHniHpiitor I him prosper help you prosper.
OH... OlH JIljM I '.l Nllppll.i, ,I.I, ,01"' and said.: '
I '\o ,
" 10"r: : ,
III Hi I" I : "' .111. foi IIIH"
Conll' III IIS. > 1' IIII', vt ,, 'h. I "Olive me to a habculashots. sell "up-right" quality
;
M Katz, hi.ink.; "IH I.I Jill 1 .1'", .I" , iin tmdion' .liilv londi.l 1" .1. i.
J f. It.ill. li-.ni. .,Illll' K lit ,PIIHIlil _' I :.. ., I II' \\ .i H i..i..mum nil. d IIH :lUl. *tiIP I I "Yaas; null," said the dm" 'or, whippod '

"W C.IH\Vlnliiiin, win 'k .,l 1 .inn. 1 .> I' 'iV i :.. ., .." ii" i .1 .h.,1.. \ . ">' . lot foi' .lilntrlit, :No: C I' I. up his horse and diovt* u liloik, clothing for "down-right" low prices.

1" aim' :l U '." ? ",, i ., i i : \l."s. 1 I. \ \\ ho .II.'' m LI' \ < om m i] n \ii..itloti ft oni, M .J I ii -
to
then leaning over passenger
t'. M Murih| > In .1 I < 'I' IHIIII ., vm V V ., 11" I Hi'01"I I .'idM 1 III "S' ol.I I : th.' IHIKMitv' of tin. Iliiurd toIn

4 IHI .1 n. fOR
II I II kill: "1. OHlM' III .r I < '. 1'1. u lit" v H. C. S T A A &
won i IIH. **" ?,,., v ,i ... oJ I "in .,111,1 I."c'h "'h"I"1 noiind tin' Contt' """H' VMIH 'Scuse mc l h""s. whai d''ou .s.ij

T M Ih.'I'H. i isltH ,In 1.,1. Is, ,in IH i"" ,, ,, ,,, tl,. .,, ... ,.. III"lull, I 1\ 'I.' .' '' .., id' ml 'tin, mnttir 1'r'I',1 tn tin. wanter RO' L
10' I I', Williams, Ilil foi Mil i ;: I .. ', ..r "to. I'1' ''llI'j' you
C HtickliH. lln for mad, Id; f.f< |II", .II M "III h ,111 in,i n' of t tl1I' I OHJ dI lo a haberdashers "
J It OW'"H.1101' tin ...,,1 I IPil I." , ...1 1 ''I , ,, ,HI I I I iHtlll bond of |I' ( 'I' llMillHI II KltllS .
; 'li.nrK.'. "" 1'1'1... ,, "....1 '' '" '..|,, ,,,, s. |. ", I !K \ ,I.,Ill,I. I W IIH .IIIst : I I. lilwitdH and .1.,1,,' :-1"; \ I1H"" .inItltltl.H "Yall'. siih. jaas. suh .\fti-r another -

J J'll l I'.nll.Hum r mill.,pallH Ilil oil. \vit*.< >>" :,,", I IMai I I i u, i .l I 10 v l II h I""" i ,1'I 'to ""II... 1'1\"H'1 \\J1H I."Ill' .Illll ..IpplOVI.IPlHti , ., block there was the saini' |icrformance ;Now; you ji's< tell\ dis nijrjter uhar 'tis >.-t only moves them If you have a

*; 1," halrlianUH, tiiippll., H fin | . ,oo t- i ,, tl\.. r ...il. "".lIlng : I Iton.i of it L1..1; ,,".. with you \\antir K<>." fI'H.,1 who loves you-be sure to stutum -

I'nor I arm:: 4 "" I ,II., .,", ,1.,1.. | ',. .1 k .si. ..11.." IliionuhMi .I II smith; 1111.1.1 I .K ..u"r..1' .is ,.u.- I melioss hut whin d' I him adversity Let him feel
Martin Ntok. H. work of i nu,1 I 1 If. .it th.n Si 'use you in
IT
. l ', ,1 'I"I "" s I.inI HII port II. H wan i. i.l ami :ippnixiilI'lHtol
.: ( l, W AHhlon Whlttl. i i">at toll .. . \ sa\ you wantor go ?" I Never forsake a friend When that his, former kindness is apprecutnl .
VII rn..IH "t m ti' nuI hotiil of HI )';\IIIIM. with s | :
-. On.ali'r N,'w ,. m."k si.i;, .<.. l>. il ,, 'OlllIlltSMIOII' I' 1 I', I I. 11.Hi.'> \\ .IH IIIHI I"I'.1 R 1. "}o'I"d .IM Hiiretlin I WIIHI1 "lo u haberdasher's" was the somewhat tntmits Rather round when kne.su and that hm l love was not throwiawiij

'.' I IM O' dinK,K liana fur Mury:< da>'I s'.vthawliH Inapt" I IIIKroadB ::1 "> i u. t..l liHi"' Hoard to ...-., Mr Wade .ad and approvidI'tHtnl impatient reply falls on the hearth, when the world IH '. Rial fidelity may be rare, butt

. : '. ."", luikir of l.oujhninn about flxlnB/ thei lionI nf II K Miv uilh, .f I .J I IJiiinn '
I I hi'n came the final appeal : hard and cheerless then is the time exists, in the heart. They only deny
W K. Walki 2 ilinn limpn id < i IHH 1.1I'r"'k and n-port atII <" .
i '': a nnd K Hi \ in 'IM nuiiti IH
IIIK I'.IIH. I "" xt m"'lIn". ";Now; '. look a-here, IIOSH, I bc'n driv to try I true friendship. They who 1 its worth and power who never loved
11 ml md oi dNotai
'J; ". O roll W on Anhtnn roadH BIIH"'nll"1'_ n' _|I'll'_' -_ "" Mr A...... llronuon appi-iirid \h..for.lln : .\ appi I uplli. Hond of C E lnnlKwith in' in dis town twenty year', an' 1 1nin Ii turn from the scene of distress lietrny a friend" or labored to make one happy

j I H J. Xxjulnn palntliiK Couilllounn Hoard and auk that thoy sue If the C II\: i their and that inter
roof _ _ 120 00 I Jo: I upfi r mil :N '' asHiintliM t never Rive nobody away yit hypocricy prove .-Ex.
couldIn
- n mull route lunnlnit 1>>' his place wan i.'ad nnil "ippiovidNot , .
I ------
J'ald' warrants win nl'eI"'d ranitllid \ .. ..liAiiKid and the Hoard InsIl'uc.t.t 11 v ,.."..I of MlHM, p. .Itllth. .. Thom.. ... ,.inlth . ..
frum tht. \arluun funds a* follow 98: Hi.. Cl..rk to tako the matter, up with III., I 1"101..111\ \ I >|.poult < '11 of ..
_ 2106
J. Itoad JI.v..nuo_ n_ : _ _ _ nnu u__ 1887 16 I tli.. roHtmiiHti'r and n'port it in'xt I Mil .IN ..U'I'II.'s, \\ HH 11 .ul and a ppi oNotal \ ."d J ,

I Une. and lorfiltun hn_ _ 27H 1 meeting ) limil ...fI l > (;.1".1'. with
.
shotted rtie follow ( 'ount CommlHRton. < II HaHM. pi.mnted I I
'Tr""I''r'H'f'p"l'l > Tin' "'lcl.'II' \ InpoHll i"i of Md aHHiiiitiiM
.. InK halant i.n on hand It p.tltlon for a rimil UH fnlloviiiIn was 11.id mil 'd
.ipito\|
,' _ U6S 06 i
1 < n'nl. llevenue un rtf 111..SK .
;I'.t.\ HUB' and Forfeiture _ u.n_ 11Holiool 6K 'Klniilim' at the SW onrn. r .1.1111.I .M l-.imdon" foini, il\I of "hlo'l|

fund _ n - -- --- 4886 * % of NWS4 of !sel'tloll Flftetll\ I 16)T"ohl \\lio has In .'n giiK r.H, KOMI, tltn" ,

lilt ,. Thirty (311) South Hlnuerhirt '"11. ..... 'to .arn hiR Hlippolt .. ". 1011"1

>' ,thrie (31) HaHt", run lui' anton In Tot." 111. I Ion id nnil ""k,1 for, iiHHlstmi -
Mirtlon lit,.. to Kl of Way of. I 1"\\li 'i. mil afl.r c'"Hlclo'l'lllI tin I Crockery Glassware

the West 1':llHt ClIllHt. I HTin \' 111- I bin id ..1.I ".Id,..1 to puiiluiR. 11 malt"1'1 t hnu
To
Hoard liiHtrnit\ tin Cli" 'i'k ,I" I
sun,,,I mil tliU t fit :Itii\ :mil, I. t him rii "
,
tit'avi d.'i"dH and pr..'H.'nt to tin pi ''ip' ul n to l ililnIln I

hold. almiK pr..p"sWI\ | roa,I .
AMD. crt> TH fU"i'1 Ic w UH InBtiuited, to draw a - --- '--
of to .be uned. as a public
for Hunt way win'runt fur tho amount iior.'Huarj' toliuirhnsu
road and auk that they nl ;"n unpin! tutld ticket *

; and r"t urn an noon an |ioHnll>leThe \ .
Northwest 1 1'10..1'.ce',1of', no further \\.cu..lnl'sll to '
petition for road leading not I'lh "
come lieforo tins Hoard motion for adJnuriiinrnt -
"I : from 'Whlttlerto( U U Uhi-ncrt nlon>r waa made and duly secondd -

said K R to the de-pot nt L>i>wl* John'B .
VIASEMINOLE < whiroupon tho Board adjourned:!. to
.
I ;' '1 1'lacf \\ ,," lild ni'r .to m' xt mit tint; 1 ot. ' .it tin 11 n. \t n o.ullll' "tin .tlin. In I
in' motion, luls siiiin.l.d. 'th' 1'IIIoIt 11.0\ Just
Arrived
f ; LIMITED I f .ill 11"1" > tin, I I
: " i uiil ins "IH pi s. \ I I. i\'J'ITIIEJT I ; | ; I rli
,
1,1 v \tl "11. \ "il 1 I'HI' i.i. tli.. ,' .r ..11, I,

(n. .,,, ,, t I.1 I 111,, U t I t ll, .11 "I I',I IP I "

,, :.J IN Tam I'''. FI.. C.I. III 2& 1m III,I ,linoI ",'.H ,,,,,01 "I." "",. ,. , ,, DRUGGISTS GIVE I

I IN KI..Hlrnmc.... Fla., I "" It ... "I III, I .noI 10' ". "aH ., ,,1"1'.1" .... '"I.
IN Ul'lalld". 1'10... I 3M I) rnAl'l A new complete and up-to-date line of
.t J'kHulIlIlu. 10'1 a 6 411 It mLv I I. tt s ,
J'k.ullvll"'. 1.'la. .". !I .", I) ... Kills; \ 'I nilll.llIIIINsll.lM.llllU ; I MONEY BACK

I' IN WU CIU"8. <11\. II IU It rnI fill' tllOHl' of 111 l"h.,10-,
I.v .Tlfton. ';n "I 1& I' ... I
.. .. I I I.i ills cor i IHI ol\.i I omit. \ ( hit Ii> l. iH.in
: .Arr AII>..n )'. u.... 2 411 m
1 .Arr Am.I''u"' 0.... C or 0.3 f.r. m ..f "it., iiiliiinlt\' mint.iiliiti' II. nIII I Dnd-on's, liter lone (Ills lour
', j .Arl' Co'umbu"' Oa.. II .. m : ..1\ 'I., ,,1,1 I Ixl a
,;., .Arl' ",,,.lIkll. I... all rn . ', v (;
frum
.1,1, \ p "t inli il"It' .tut' if Hi i "iinl <|ii.iri- iiiaruntee Klssnnmce andGlassware
.Arr IIll'mln"hll'IAla" 12 116 It m I Crockery
.
I .Arl' J.k",,", T'n... ).. C, 7 46 I' m "l\ d HllllIU, IIHHIHtll 'III'I Hlllll 111"Ik 1 a" DruK ("onipiiut, '.
". -: .An I' UIIUII, Ky. 9 36 I' m I"Hi ill. .n In \\llllni, to Ih.. i hililn inof

.!.' Arl' Cui 1'''. III 11 01 I' .n 'tli'. I :.",lid of c'1., 1...,.,,, I
Cal'hUII"nlo'. 111. 12 13 I
AI'I' II
\ .. I is- said apilli' ,'"ill.in' Hhill full>'
.. Arr HI. LUIIIS, Mo. 7 II n OIl
,
When
j .Arl' C'nll'all.... Iu. I 43 1OIl Mat, 'thi, IIlIall'I.11, I on.Hit, in ot, t lit.. an uitide I is unld ilui jfist

\ A Arl' M"ltuUII. III. .". 3 311 a OIl I "I'pl''anl.' and Hhall ,lino* I in niHh nut I win) ,is willing to K've' it hi.,.. personal'
f, .Arr Ch..ml.I\IICII. III 4 1Arl' 1m . , .
lHfu< lol\, i \ Id\. m. of IIIH 1""hlllly.1" iruaiant't It'
"
. a mifjhU
strong proof
; ,
Ka"k..''' . III. I: 211 '" I
Arr ChlcI&K". 111. .. 7 &0 a m i .nil a I"" IIh..1. I,, c..inn,. of. 11 <: '. in of ,ical met'it.
Ilitnltv 01. "tnlHrortnn.' I" ..,1..1.. thitHaid I
l! hat's \aitly the with Uodso
taxo -
,1111,11 'IIIIIIIIC.II 1IIAIN1! ipplliant' t I.,' iniall. froni nniniiM >' .
,. to nuik.. Hiiili :"".11,11..", .mInhtlillint \. so' |1.1\ <'r loneIt is a pleasant Everything for the
I
<'oni|>08i ll of obsirvatlon compartmi dining table the
lit imak" Minn for him' I 'lustingiftctalile. remedy for a slow ,
'nt, drawing room motion nltiplnffCRIB ,
*,iitl, I'pun' iiLilpt' of ""y 1'1'1"1.' ." I Ir,1' and lier
and fn.u reclining utn.1 ihalrcam slutftfish Since I Dodson'slurr
llHHlHtllll.', IIH III"OVl tin' !
bi:tttiin Jacksonville and Chicago C'h'-I lone tame on the market the kitchen
miti" of lln II.aid. Hhall 'Itiimi' or of the house.
and Jacksonville. and St, l.ouln All 'niMHtluali' Ham. and IT U In r"u'1"hale of calomtl has fjone 'way "down. any part

minis In dining car Parlor car Tampa to, In. n vvorlM. on" nnd la ,.,, 1 he reason is simply this : Uodson's

to J..ck"on"lIe. .to .ild undi. i' thi' I.i\\ tin' Mild aiipl, I Li\ei lone is .afe and harmless and

For slmplnicar reservations. or any i .int Hhall l", Ininii dint, ly ai nt l.ith.

additional Information communicate .. Count \ Poor. I.'arm pl'O\ 101".1. iruarajiteed to be sati"factory-Calo- Prices

with I that 111 i.".... of nrrtoUH llln.HV th. I mel is often uncertain, sometimes are very reasonable for these

A. W KIUTOT. D P A. Chairman of the llimnl hall Tide dan eious, and no druRffist wants to

138 Wist Bay 8t.. Jacksonville. Flu. that hitl.r nudlinl alttiitlun can lie guarantee that it won't knock
you fine lines.
J. O. xl\in 'In the illy than at th.' four Assortment is large
KIKKLAND D P A, A C L.. out of a day's work and maybe send
Hlllsburo Hotel. Tampa Kla. I I arm. thi'n. In that ,i-v.-nl he may

___ i-tf you to bed .

I The Knsimmee Drug Co sells Dod -

I son's Liver Tone and guarantees it

I For you and your children it's a good
Gazette's.. Directory of Produce and Commission Houses )
thinK to keep a bottle always in the

house Waring Co.

The Kissimmee; Drug Go will (give Trading .
ORANGES Potatoes Onions
Cabbage
back
you jour money if you think

AITLKS; and all other Fruits and VeKetables wanted in carlots We Dodson's 1 Liver Tone is not worth the .

have the outlet and facilities to handle your shipments promptly and price. "Keep your liver working and

satisfactorily. Write or Win your liver will not keep you from - - -. .

working," is good advice to go by .

C. H. JAMES, Charleston, W. Va. I -AdvertisementTHE .

Ref: The Packer, liradst reels and Kanawha National Hank 6-13t

MAIN TiliNG Glassware
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"What is the Crockery
principal difference

JS5T FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE between modern and ancient times ? ,
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"One of the main points!! was that ,
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J. W. WRIGHT S CO. 6131pd'Ietnphis.. Teittt. the modern earn their living, while \

the ancient urned their dead" i

DO YOU )ANT QUICK RETURNS?

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Give urn :your next shipment of Flo rlda Fruits and Vegetable and yon .While silence! is considered a fine

will be pleaaed with the rtsulta Satisfaction Is our "Motto" jewel for a
woman, it is one that is

%OS Dock 5t., WM. RODE Phil.delphu, Pa. icldom worn. .



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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,; <, ., 1' PAGE: :t.

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reduced ,from 25 per cent 'to 10'I percent \ I

PROVISIONS OFT THE E cattle from 25.07: per cent to IV\ I }t
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per cent, sheep from 16.41 per cent To the West and Northwest

to 10.per cent, barley from 42.05<< percent .
to, 23.07 per cent., macaroni '

NEW TARIFF .BILLCongressman from 24.25 per cent to {3.8} per cent, VIA. r

SomethingNot hay from 43,21 per cent to.26.67 per DIXIE. LIMITED DIXIE FLYER
cent fruits from 27.21 ,per' cent; to --- '

.. 15.88 per cent, figs front 61.63 per cent. AND S

to 42.10 per cent, lemon from 68.86
Underwood Explains per cent., to: 24.03 per cent.lire poultry -,. SOUTH _ATLANTIC LIMITED
For
SaleTOE What It Means to from 13.10 per cent:, to 6.67 percent --
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the Country. and vinegar from 83.03 per cent 8:BO pm-Lv.' Tampa ... loi6'am: 10:11: am __.......___L_ A. C. L
I to 17.39 per cent Other change are 10:Z5 pm-Lv. Lakslan0 ...r; 11.18: am 3.1:18.am: __.._____.._.;_ A. ''C. L j
In, proportion, and the general effect II:61 pm-Lv. Klsslmmes ..-_.!:V1 pm 1:01'pm: __-.______......__ A. 0. J..
*5:51: am-LjV.j\ Orlando __.-._, 1.15: pm 1:11: pm '___________ A. 0. 'L
bas been to reduce in a very material lisl, am-LvVBan ford..a-.......r.I:40 pm 1:40: pm :.._..._..__..._...:.___ 'Ad' 'C. L'
BRADLEY NAME REDUCE REVENUE'$80,000,000 proportion the heavy taxes upon Imported 6.45: am.. -Ar. Jacksonville, v. (:.40 pm 1.0: pm ...___________ A. ,0. 4

be foodstuffs Dixie Dixie South Atlantic '
bought General Slash on Cotton. Limited Flyer I Limited.
l" ." 9:81 am Lv. Jack'nvlll AC.LI:16pm I 8.16pm Lv. Jaoka..DTIlI.A.. 0. 4
A A except as it appears on Places Raw Wool on the Free List In schedule I, dealing with cotton ll:40am: Ar Waycrjms A.C.L. 10:15pm 10:ZOpm Lv Waxcroas .._,___A. C. L.
the of and Heavily 'A duc.. the Sugar comparisons of the principal Item B:18pm: Ar Alaoon Q 8,& K 4:16am: j,1.lam .ArM.ooD _, _...,. _o .8. *" v. ,'.
bags high grade how reduction on cotton thread from 808pm: Ar Atlanta C. of Oa. 'T'ISam: 1:47pm: Ar Atlanta __...,_..0. of Oa ,
a Duty-Raises Rates on Several 11:18mm Ar Ch'tan'ga W.AA.. _llC5am. UUpm: Ar Knoxvlll: _____.-L t.. N.' 1Il.!
fertilizers 81.54
which it per cent. to 19.29-pay cent; on 50am Ar Nashville N. C. -- 8lIpm.A1": Corbln:: --:;?_-:":;: ..-"'=N.
Items.. pool thread from 22.95 per 'cent to & St. I*________4:10pm: 9:00pm: Ar Louisville .-_.....U *.. N. ,I

., covers and which it Washington D. C.-Removal of all 16 per cent; on cotton cloth from 60pm: Ar. St,. Louis, I. C., I l.BOpm: Ar Indianapolis.Pa. Line
guarantees. It has tariff from articles of food and 42.74 per cent to 26.69 per cent.; on L. & N.____7:10am: '
many I 56pm: Ar ______ .
water proof cloth from BO.66 cent. Lexington: 1. A N.
stood for quality for clothing broad reductions In the rates per Ar. Hopklnavllle, L. 50pm: Ar Cincinnati _____1.. A. N.
I fifty years; it is the of duty on all necessaries of life kn to 26 per cent.; on ready made clothIng A N.__________ :66pm ?
i best guarantee from 60 per cent to 30 per cent.; 9:28am: Ar Bvansvllle, LAN 48pm: 5:20am Kalamazoo __?_..Q. R. *.. I.+
you can have; it is crop j Increase of tariff on many luxuries, 1:10pm: Ar. Terre Haute, C. 60am Grand RapidsO. n. *. L
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and on collars and cuffs from 64 03 percent A 11 C------1:06arn;
insurance. a new income tax that would touch
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j' No other brand has endured the pocket of every Amerlcad cltfsen to 26 per cent.; on plushes from 02pm: Ar. Chicago. C.'" 111. L. 54am .15am.:_ Ar Cleveland ._____..Biff *
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and maintained its supremacy so long. whose net Income exceeds $4,000 are Cl.40. per cent. to 40 per cent; on I Olxln. Limited --;''DIXIl6- FLYER '- South-- Atlaatl* Limited "

There is the striking features of'the new l>em- handkerchiefs from 59,27 per cent to Solid train composed of I Solid train car80lld train of
no secret about the wonderful ocratlo tariff revision bill SO per cent, on stockings, 76.84 percent compoalte car; section ry 1 In g electric lighted drawing-room composed Pullman electric

growth of the Sugar would be 1916 I to 60 per cent; on gloves from drawlngrroom sleeping lighted compartment "
Bradley trade in Florida ; tree of duty In cars, observation compartment sleeping cars and coaches, between
; 89.17 per cent. to 35 cent. on underwear and observation
per car dining
the bill proposing an Immediate 26 percent Jacksonville a.nd'Clnclnnatt,
''I'1' it is the natural result of I ('nr, between Jacksonville sleepers and electric and
superior merit from 60 27 per cent. to 25 percent
reduction and the removal of the and Chicago and lighted section I Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis
'1'1'II of the goods themselves.BRADLEY'S 1 I remaining duty In 1916. I ,, and on cotton damask from 40 section drawing-room drawing- ; through sleeping car be- e
Raw wool would be 'made free at per ctmt to 26 per cent sleeping car between room sleepers.' tween Jacksonville and Cleveland:
Jacksonville and 8t. First class coaches also Pullman Bleeping car between
once with a corresponding heavy reduction ,I "Flax hemp and their products have Louie. Also section and smoking Jacksonville and Orand Rapids on
FERTILIZERS In. the tariff on all woolen I been similarly dealt with Haw flax IrawlnBT-room Bleeping car Dining car Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays
I II and raw hemp have been reduced from n.r Uitwven Palm Beach Serves all meals of each week. Dining car service
coo"sI and ChlenKO a'Ia carte between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
I ) I Other articles are put on tne Lrea I $22.40 and $22.60 perton. respectively I

It has never been the policy of the | llBt an follows: Meats flour bread to $11 20 each: jute )urtB have I For reservations or other Information communicate with your'Tick-
Company Ii" LII boots und shoos, lumber, coal harness !I been cut from 26.90 per cent to 15 ea Agent, A.V.. FRITOT Division Passenger Agent Jacksonville. Fla..
to sell the cheapest goods. The best fertilizers I' or J. U K1RKLAND Division Passenger Agent. Tampa Fla. 8tf
I Baddlery Iron ore, milk: and cream potatoes per cent.. cables and cordage from w

: are the cheapest in the long run and th6 best is 11 | salt, swine, corn cornmeal, i I 643 per cent to 4 55 per cent.; oilcloths I
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II I never too good for our trade. Florida soils arc cotton bagging, agricultural Implements I for floors from 44 29 per cent I
j leather, wood pulp lllblee. to 15 per cent; handkerchiefs from
'1'111 1'111j' I deficient in all the principal. ikmcnts] of plant) growth il printing paper rot worth more than i I 60 per cent to SG!j per ...pnt.I .
and be Our Rputatlon Is Back of Oar WorkWe
they
must added in larger quantities thanin I 2% cents a pound typewriters sewing I How Schedule K Fares

most: other state., Fur this reason Bra 1ey's : machines, typesetting machines cash I "Sohortiilp K, dealing; with wools have a Statewide Reputation for the Quantity and
II' Fertilizers arc the fertilizers for :: registers; steel rails fence wire cotton and woolen manufactures has been I 1- Quality of Work We Do.
Florida ,I I .
growers. ties nails, hoop and band Iron '
II the center of criticism 1 1 for many years GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRING-"I" BEAMS-
I fish, sulphur soda, tanning materials and the committee has given It J
; very
Write
us tatty for booklet i mailed] free. I ACETYLENE GAS WELDING-GENERAL MACHINE WORK-
acetic and sulphuric acids, borax limber -
careful study The result has been
BOARD CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS-EXPERT MACHINISTS
products Including broom bandies to make raw wool free of duty to reduce -
The American Agricultural I SENT OUT-WHITE OAK MAHOGANY CYPRESS AND OTHER
Chemical
Co., clapboards hubs for wheels poet jams from 7534 per cent to 20 I 1'
Jacksonville laths' pickets staves, shingles vThcBfl HARDWOODS ALWAYS IN STOCK-ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS '
II' ; Sale Department, I per cent : blankets!! from 72.69 per cent 3 .
O. Box 216 Jacksonville ''I principal Items are taken to 25 per cent: flannels from 9329 percent I -SHIP BUILDERS AND REPAIRING. "
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:: :: : .. Florida from the free lint and taxed: Hough I to 25 and 35 dress
cent
.. __ .<- and uncut diamonds and preciousatones goods from 99.70 per per cent to; :15 percent |i j I MerrillStevens Company ;

- .- - furs coal tar products 10' percent ; clothing from 70 56 per cent to | 600 to 650 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. Florida.74t .
-- Ii 1111111111 11111 11111 III f't-I ; volatile oils, 20 per 'cent; 35 per rut webbings; etc from 827
4. ISSSItIII4a spices', from 1 cent to 2 cents per I pd
cent to 3fi cent, and
per per carpets i
C. A. CARSON J. A, CUANMIHDVici i. I., I.VI'I'UI. pound I I ___ _-,- _--_
from rates ranging from 60 cent
per ,
11- I'rmldint ..I'r..nd..nt. aearr, ...... The new rates are estimated to reduce to 82 per .cent to rates ranging from i

""IiIt the customs revenue approximately 20 per cent to 35 per cent |
t $80,000,000 a year This l Is expected
Inasmuch as silk and silk goods
to be made up by the Income H I
lbKISSIMMEE are distinctly to be classed as luxuries
LUMBER CO. tax
Protection to the farmer would be It has been deemed wise to THE H. G. SIEVER

nl make only very moderate reductionsIn _
cut throughout by more than 60 percent
In an effort to reduce the cost the rates of duty Partially manu REALTY COMPANY ;
edpo
factured goods have been cut from \ ;
of food Protection to the steel andimplement
a Rough and Dressed CO 21.01 per cent to 16 per cent; spun
manufacturer would In ,
silk from 37.09 cent to 35
turn be cut by ,fully as wide a margin yarn per percent (' ':
Land
Prairie Land Orange Groves High Hammock
; sewing silk from 35 per, cast{ to ,
Heaviest reductions fall food- i
PINE LUMBERHOUSE tuffs, agricultural products upon, woolen 16 per cent; silk goods from 62.56per Timber Lands. Land at all [ricer and on Easy Term ': ,
I
and cotton clothing cent to 50 per cent; silk handkerchiefs ---- J
(plain) from 60 per cent to 40 '

Chairman Duty Underwood's Cuts In Detail.statement per cent: ribbons from 60 per cent to 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value II '. ,

giving the changes in detail continues 40 per cent; artificial silk yarns from for other real estate -:- -:- .: -:- 5 :j
BILLS A SPECIALTY 41.79 per cent to 86 per cent and of
as follows: I
t braids embroideries and the like of

J on"In certain the chemical commodities schedule show the heavy rates artificial(0 silk from 68.41 per cent to Orange Groves allsize8]| and prices t .;
cent.
" I I I I I I , I I I M I I I I I I I f I II . reductions. For Instance, boracic acid per I ..1I

la cut from 78.70 per cent, to 21.43 percent "Print paper whose cost of prodno- FLORIDA J'
KISSIMMEE
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ., glue from 36.06 per cent to tlon la as low In this country under I 1
\ 14.29 per cent and red lead from 60.35 favorable conditions as It Is anywhereIn I

per cent to 26, per cent. Moderate reductions the world baa been transferred to .
have been made on medicinal the tree list when worth leas than .

IF CITRUS TREEShave preparations. which' art" cut from 25 2H cent per pound while the higher '

per cent to 15 per cent., blacking from grade have been given a tariff of 12 '

16 per! cent to 16 per cent,' drug per cent in place of 16.80 per cent

had full bloom you want to hold it. The best way to holdit from 12.66 per cent to 10-per cent., Copying; paper has been cut from 42.32 DOZIEB LEITHEB'S[ XThe X- .,
and olive oil from 35.18 per cent to per cent to SO per cent bag envelopes .
is to keep your trees well fed-that they may have strength 21.06 per cent The schedule contains etc.,. from 49.92 per cent to 35 percent r

and vitality to keep flourishing. a number of articles on which either parchment papers from 4792 per Oldest andLIFE 1I"I1<_t t Insurance Agency In Oiceolm Count :'' c

no reduction has been made or an advance cent to .16 per cent, photographic paper FIRE' ACCIDENT HEALTH ''Y,

If Citrus Trees have not provided ror"Ha.leB from 29 99 per rent to 25 percent .-NON< to" ,-I,"],' '..'

on all brick have been cut writing paper from 46.13 per '

had satisfactory bloomit on the average from 80.23 per cent cent to 25 per cent; common wrapping {

to 10.28 percent., tile from 47.84 percent ; paper from 35 per cent to 26 per C A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary ,

behooves you to build up your grove for the future crops, to 23,36 per cent, asphalt from cent and books from 25 per cent. to I "
and fertilizer is essential.In 87 05 per cent to 9.62 per cent. Ordinary IB per centJewelry

earthenware, which was already Only Slightly Reduced. The Waters & Carson' !-:
either event you want fertilizer of highest grade-from relatively low, being subjectto "Jewelry has been only slightly reduced

soluble sources and honestly made. That is what we offer in the an average duty of 24.67 per cent., falling from 75.74 per cent to

Favorite Brands. has' now been cut to 16 per cent., 60 per cent. A good Illustration of iL

while window glass has been given an the attitude adopted with respect to Grocery Company I
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WRITE FOR BOOKLET average reduction on all glasses of the application of the tariff is seen In J

from 4638 per cent to 28.31 per cent the Item precious stones uncut

J. M. LEE, Agent. Plate glass, which may be considereda which are given a rate of 10 per cent S
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in P
luxury, still retains a duty of nearly notwithstanding they were on the .
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40 per cent.. the average being 38.46 free list under the act of 1909. '
INDEPENDENT FER LIZ E R COMPANYJACKSONVILLE
per cent., In place of the duty of 63.96 "Where the tariff rates balance the

FLORIDA per cent In the law. |I difference In cost of production at i GROCERIES'j'

Pig, Iron and Forging Hit. I home and abroad Including an allow (

"Pig Iron and slabs which were ance for the difference In freight
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1686 per cent and 17.79 per cent., rates the tariff must be competitive I
have been cut to 8 per cent in each and from that point downward to the +} <.44440444000444 444000404 4000..0 .. 's4'

case; beams from 23.20 per cent to 12 lowest tariff that can be levied will II 4 0 4 0 1
I <. WE SELL: .> 4 WE BUY: v$ ,<
continue to be
per cent and forgings from_ 30 percent competitive to a greater it
0 0
HAY
to 16 per rent On the other or less extent :
4 0 HIDES, O ,
/hand bicycles, a much more highly "On the other band, when the duties 4 GRAIN, r, \;'

FOR SALE manufactured product, are dutiable at ftrrled at the custom house are high I 4 0 0o FURS, !;1 xa
26 per cent as against 45 per cent, enough to allow the American manu Qo FERTILIZERS 'I 4.

and razors at 86 per cent as against facturer to make a profit before his 0 0 WOOL, hio .

77.68 per cent. competitor can enter\ the field, we have :- SHINGLES, j."
I The Idea of the large extension of Invaded the domain of the protection > 0 4 4 .t;

I ,, Beautiful Bungalow on lot 73x117 feeL Six rooms, bath and pan- I the free Hat for the unmanufactured of profits In the committee's judg > ORANGE BOXES. 4 AND ,.,;
products has been the fundamental ment the protection of any profit must :0. a O V I

try. concel\tloll.\ while the effort has been of necessity have a tendency to destroy :0 ORANGE WRAPS 0 ALL !f1 i:I :
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made to Improve the status of the Competition and create :0 0 0
Practically new. Every modern convenience. Four and one-half manufactured lumber. Thus sawed oly, -rhether: the profit protected monop-is 1' VEGETABLE CRATES 0 COUNTRY I} '
> fr 0
boards other than cabinet wood, have i
block from Postofl ce. Cement sidewalks. reasonable or unreasonable y CRATE NAILS, PRODUCE. : ,
been carried to the free list while "
"Which course Is the wiser one for 0 0 0 .

Located on beautiful Mabbette street, in one of the best sectionsof sawed cabinet woods, which were our government to take! The one > 4444440040444444 44404444 40 4..... \
12.76 per cent. In 1912 are now 10 percent that demands the protection of profits I .
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the city. I ; casks barrels etc, which were the continued policy of hothouse I I' '
80 per cent., are now 14,77 per cent., growth for our Industries-the stag We cell field and garden needs of all kinds. 1 t,
Now offered for only $3,000. A bargain which will not remain and house furniture, which was 36 percent nation of development that follows I We give special attention to filling: out hunting and camping partiFre. -. 1,' .

., is now 15 per cent. where competition oeas.s-or, on the delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. J! ; f
on the market long. Let ns show YOU. "Tobaoco and spirits have been other hand, the gradual reduction of We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars: and 4i

found to be good producers of revenue our tariff to a basis where the American price on fertilizer. 'i \

and have therefore, been left at the manufacturer must meet honest '01
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I fcam rates as In the present law. competition; where he must develop
Would Reduce Coat| of Living."In his business along the best and "most 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 II I I I I I.I I I I I I 1 I I I .''il I

H. M. Breaker & Co. the effort to relieve the consam economic lines; where, when he fights '
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t I II er and to mitigate the high and rising at home to oontrol his market, he Is' .DA.NOIN- II J t

cost of living schedule O. which dealt forging the way In the economic development
with agricultural products, has beer of his business to extend hU EVERY '1'IIUISTAY EVENING ATFIREMEN'S Y

. . -. thoroughly revised and Important reductions trade in the markets of the world BALL : l.
have bee made. For In The future growth of our great Industries .: :
ADVERTISING THE GAZETTE BRINGS RESULTS stance, the duty on horses has been 11.. beyond the sea*." . .''j>i t

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: \ \ GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL"'l 1013 ., .;
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- 1 1 or partly of' plaUnunu coir "ditionsi! charge: or..license fee. or otherwise "venne to be derived from 'Importi i-R.C L.:'HYATT ,

) upon printing paper,.wood pulpor by virtue of the greatly duced tart l.:.' F Physician and
4i I Louis 5 silver and 25 per cent. U wholly or ,
Darring 1
PROPOSED TARIFF In chief ,v lue compoief of Iron. steel wood for use la the manufacture of and the transfer to the free, Hit of Surgeon'I
wood there shall be Imposed '
pulp, classed Phones
lead nickel, pewter tine, articles that are neceas
copper
2013 Morris AT Ala. upon printing paper when Imported '. 'IRea.
: .. .. Birmingham aluminum or other metal. Tableware, .rles of living. Office, 197 Kissimmee
"B ch'or'D F either directly or Indirectly from such Incomes of taxable persons shall F
rrlnl&"Broa.Co.:
_penknives and watch movements are 248 Florida
New Orleans, La. ON MANY ITEMS required to bear the name of- thi .country. dependency province, or oth include gains, proGts and, Income derived .. ..
an' additional '
subdivision of government *
from salaries or com'pensatlon
: manufacturer: and country of origin. wages
duty equal to the amount of ,
Lead bearing ore from 1% cents a for personal service of -
WautFLORIDA! LETrIJCECELERY jfr.
- such country dependency province or RIVERS. M. D
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pound to half .a cent, whatever -kind and la whatever torn "

Strawberries and Vegetables A Concise Statement of the Aa to Aluminum and 'Lud. '1, other printing subdivision paper, wood of government'pulp or"wood, upon for paid or from professions, vocations sales 01 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .

If pricel right will buycarIot. Changes Made by New Aluminum, from 7 cents a pound to :I use In the manufacture of wood dealings business In trade property.commerce also from or Interest Ottloe oyer Osceola Pharmacy

.;T .. Ref. lilt Nat l3k.. Blrminghani Ala. Bill. . 25 per centAntimony from 1 cent a pound to pulp." / rent dividends, securities IncludIng 'PaONJS'!: t i Residence 63
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If City Bk.&:Trust Co.,New Orleans, La.1218p. 10 cent. Writing paper from 3 cents a pound Income from property income f 148

Lead per bullion from t 1-8 cents :_a and 15 per, cent. ad valorem,.to.25 percent from but not the value .of property

I acquired by bequest devise or descent W L.. WINN _._ .
25 cent. .
.. -.. Rates Raised on Some Luxuries-Raw pound to per Envelopes, from 20 to 16 per cent. and also.proceeds of life InlluJ'oaDoe ; ;
Nickel pigs, from 9 cents a pound' to ,
( i Wool Placed on Free LIII't .and Sugar 10 per cent Books, from 25 'per vent to 15 per policies paid upon death of persons PHYSICIAN '

Given Reduction-Farm cent. Insured. Office 2nd Floor WUlson
Heavy Chemicals, oils and paints: Building.

Product Reduced. Alkalis and compounds from 25 per /Photograph albums from 86 percent Provision Mad. for Deductions. Rzat.scN PH0N. st; K..II[.., ,1\

i W.GRIFFIN 1 1I cent. ad valorem to 16 per cent. to 25 per cent. The bill allows aa deductions in Orric.f'ron.57. fU>aJ.rtf';'

I Washington,-Important changes In Alum etc., from V$ cent a pound to Manufactures of paper, from (S to computing net Income all necessary R. DEWITT T. LIGHTSEY

Staple and Fancy rates on variety of commodities In the 11 per cent. ad valorem. 25 per cent. expenses actually Incurred In carryingon D .)

I new tariff!! bill now before congress I Bleaching powder. from 1-6 cent to Sundries.Straw : any business not Including 'personal OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN el,
hats' unblocked and un-
follow : 1.10 cent a pound. living or family expenses Interest

GRO [ RIES Barley malt from 45 cents to 25 Fruit olla and essences from $1 a trimmed. 35 per cent to 25 percent accrued and payable within the Residence Office Phone Phone 98 274

cents a bushel.Buck''heat. pound to 20 per cent ad valorem. year bya taxable person on Indebtedness f
Brushes and feather dusters from Rooms 3 and 4
____._.._0_._ ..from 15 cents to cents\ Flaxaced' and Unseed oil, from 1C ; all national state, county. State Bank Bid .
40 to 35. per cent. 'g Klssimmee Via
a bushel. cents a gallon to I 12 cent school and municipal taxes not Including .

cp Free DelIvery, to all Parts Oats from IS cents to 10 cents a Cod. neal and white oil from 7 cents Fireworks from 12 to 10 cents a ;[ local benefittaxes; losses In-

r the city: j.ot j. bushel. a gallon to 5 cents pound Gunpowder valued at less than 20 curred In trade or from fires storms ]JR.) B. D. WIENENGA "

Rice cleaned from S cents to 1 centa \ Crude opIum. from $1] 60 a pound to or shipwreck not compensated by In-
I from 2 cents to H VETERINARIANSTOCK 1
cents a pound
: : w_ _...._- ,_- pound. F J $3 I cehts surance or otherwise; debts actually 1 1I
valued 20
S _ _ _ _ _ _ Wheat, from 25 cents to 10 rents a Prepared opium from $2 a poundto cent a pound; over ascertained as worthless and chargedoff TREATED FOR I
I a pound, from 4 cents to 1 cent a I ALL DISEASES
-iuupSIIIIlpIpIIJIIIIII++ bushel. $! also reasonable allowance tor ..

.j Butter from 6 cents to 3 cents a Oilier and"ocher earths: Present I pound Furs Hats Gloves. I wear and tear on properly but no deduction Day, rhunt182 1'honc: 257 ORLANDO. FEA. e. t

pound rates range from "4 cent to III! centa I will' bo allowed for expenseof \
7 J. G. HOWARD to 20 5 cent ad 'urs. dressed on skin from 20 to 30 I
6
Cheese from cents a pound pound; proposed rate per restoration or Improvements. made J. W. SIMPSON-; .
I per cent; partly manufactured furs, QK.
per cent ad valorem valorem to Increase property value.
I from 45 rents to 25 rents a from 3% cents a from 50 to 40 per cent.; furs for hat I
Beans Orange!; mineral It also, In computing net Income
and Palntr ters' from 20 to 15 excepts : DKNTIST.
cent.
r use per
!aper Hanger pound I pound to 25 per rent amounts received as dividends

Eggs from 5 cents to 2 cents per Zinc oxide from 1 rent a pound to hats bonnets and hoods of felt. upon the stock of any corporation.Joint Upstairs In Kali Uulldloir.JIKICK .
taxed under the classification of the
doren 10 per centTaints .Block inundation or { 1a ">. to 12 m.
Work Guaranteed company ); UOI7KS-: ;
and needling .'tc from 30 present law from $1.60 a dozen and 20 1 r :
Nursery cuttings! \ colors percent insurance which Is taxable 1:30to5:30p.: m.
: from 25 per cent to 15 per cent : to lr per renl I per, cent ad valorem to $7 a dozen and company Telephone No. 7(1 Jun 5. Ivr
Its the
If thinking of having any done, upon not Income under corporation -
cent :3 I to 20 per cent.. placed In the new bill at
Fresh'! vegetables, from 25 i pur \\ tile l\"ad. from rents a pound
l lax of the 1)111
c pleale notify me through the P. O. to 15 per cent :25! per cent 40 per cent ad valoremWomen's The bill excludes provision the rom"l'n""lIonof I ] )R. W. W. CARSON

\ from 25 conts from 20 cent to 10 glace gloves from $1.25 to
Apples pearhen, etc Spi>iifiH. per per I
1 the president of the United SlaIf'sduring
J. G. HOWARD to 10 rents n buxhelnfllwinn. ,ent $1 a dozen when not over 14 Inches In 1 DKNTIST;

t ::4 42.4'' ." I from 2lt rent to 3 rentn I'hi Tons ar length; an additional tax of 25 centsa : his term that of judges of the
[ clothing reads made
__ _ Supreme and Inferior courts 6f f the Office. Cole's
tiiti I IIIIIIIIIIIIr' over Jewelry Store
3. : de dozen for each Inch In length over
a pOllndL..monf'rp..nt ticloi. of wearing: apparel of every
of
United States and compensation '
Oflice( !Hours
8 12
14 In'hes.0l11en'8. : 1-5
rents
rRtf1 1 Mi
8'rlpllnll. Including knit goods, from
all officers and
empUnes of mate or
a
OHice phone Jf 8He
+++++l-++++ t ++. I .4OPEP -+ pound proponed rat 17 rents for 60 per, rent to 50 per cent ad valorem \\ kid gloves from $3 to $2 political/ subdivision, thereof idnce '. >
any
23:
pachnRe under 1 V< ruble feet 35 1 a dozen not over 14 Inches In length i
; of Collection Framed (Cm; lulmmist. red for ,
an additional 25 cent tax dozen for System extraction of teeth
ri rents for package! up to !V4 ruble \\o\en fabrics from 50 per cent. to a I .

G fee TO <'ent.. for package up to 5 46 per cent ad valorem. each Inch over 14 inches In length. It eptiihllshoH a system of collectionof

i ..._ cubic feet H cent a pound for lemons Meltings cords lassies' ribbons of Cumulative duty on lined gloves i the tax at Its source requiring all | ) R. C.; K. PARKER

+ In hulk or In larger packages: artificial and Imitation silk or horsehair cotton lined from $1 to 25 cents a I persons, firms copartnerships com
I DENTISTOFFICE !
:I: AU THE IUR; Oranges: limes grapefruit etc I If'rp".nt from 45 cents a pound and 60 percent dozen silk or wool lined from $1 to 1 panics corporations, joint Block com I

+ 50 cents a dozen fur lined from $1 I panles, enunciations or Insurance torn OVfeK OSCKOLA; PHARMACY
2.60 L. ::1.6" pH duy. +; rate I rent pound. proponed 1 irate ad valorem additional to GO per

;( Spt""lal by w..k or mml, h. ; name aR for lemonsPlneapplen cent ad valorem to $2. panics and all trustees executors, administrators F Office !Hours: HOI: () to 12.00: Noon

: 1 from R rents to 6 cents Lumber and wood: :Musical Instruments from 45 to 35 I receivers etc mid offl F 1:11): ) to 5-00: P. M.
,
. i., W.. tWURMAN. "P'IP R. O. POllEN Mlr. f a ruble foot rsparity of barrels or Veneers from 20 to 15 per cent. per cent core and employes. of the "United I

4. ++++++++++++++++++++ +++ packages, from $8 to $5 a thousand In I Osier or willow for baiketmakersuse Phonographs from 45 to 25 percent States having the control or disposalof F 1K. II. S. GEIGER

bulk from 25 per cent to 10 per cent. salaries, wages Interest and other J no "J'IAIi: ANn

-- I Chocolate_ and cocoa- 'I Willow furnIture. from 4& to 26 per Photographic plates from 26 to 16 profits and Income of another person Citizens Bank SURGuOf4

when valued from 15 cent. per cent to withhold and pay to the collector Building: h

Moving picture films from 26 to 20 of Internal revenue the amount of Income Kissimmee, Florida
W.L YON DUZOR1I I centa. 2V4 cents a pound and 10 percent Details of the Sugar Schedule.
ad valorem additional; proposedrate The sugar schedule eliminates the per cent tax due from such person All :' Phones-: Office :297 or 64

Umbrellas. and from 60 such firms made Residence; 2fi5. 8 per cent ad valorem. Dutch standard of color and reduces sun shades persons or are personally 14-lyr
'.' to 30 per cent. liable for such tax.
the basic rate on sugar letting by the
4, _ _ _ _ The schedule carries a general: pro- Persons or corporations liable to .
polarl not above 75 degrees from r A VAN AGNEW .
_ _ V.ue of raw Wool a Factor. scope w. B c"Y"ANS ....
: --- I vision Increasing the duty on manu make return on lnoom s who fall to
Woolen .95 cent a pound to .71 cent a pound.
.. manufactured goods and factured articles not specifically provided do so at a specified time are made I AGNEW & CRAWFORDA11ORNEYSAT..LAW I'llIn
Real Estate clothing Present tariff For each additional degree shown by
rates are for In the section from 16 to 20 liable to a fine not exceeding $600 and
the poluriscoplc test the additionalrate
based In
many cases on value of rawwool.
cent Unmanufactured articles the for false fraudulent
j per remain penalty or returns I
Is reduced from thirty-five one-
.\ Comparison Is here made with at 10 cent. Is fixed at $1,000 or Imprisonment .
I the equivalent ad valorem duties u thousandth of 1 cent a pound to per both. Offlr-m\ : : -4Kissimmee 'UlCltlnll" 'hunk. IlulldI5 I
not
exceeding one year or
estimated the t'\\'enty-tllx one-thousandths of 1 cent Florida U
'01I' previously by ways and
"In formulating this additional Impost -
: I INSI'1fl1313( FLPRII\ means committee on wool prices In a pound. I rJ ''FT'
I NEW INCOME TAX said Chairman Underwood In
( 1910: I The other items In the cane sugar { J I). GEIGER.
his report "the attempt han been
I t Combed wool and tops, from 105' section are changed as follows: Molasses iI-I.
\ - - - -
i I made to provlle not only a source of
per cent to IB per cent. testing not above 40 degrees, STARTS AT $4,000 ] "
revenue, but also a means of redressIng
Cloths knit fabrics felts and :F from 20 to 15 per cent ad \alorem; ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW ,
manufactured ..
In some measure' the unequal tax
;ij. s. n. BULLOCK goods from 97 per cent to I teat ing above 40 and not above 56 de- -- burdens which result from the prac- i Office State Hank Building 'I'TF..I

EY SB per centSuspenders. F grreb from 3 cents to 2V.. rents a gal
Elaborate Provision'for Gradu- tics of basing the federal Income entirely KiBHim/nee. Florida ,
ribbons bindings etc. Ion; testing above 56 degrees, from /8 '--- --
customs and Internal
from 83 per cent to 35 per cent. cents to 4'4 cents a gillon At the ated Payment System in duties upon This Is a of revenue taxation -. ( JEO. F. PARKER!
I system 1<
nEAt. ESTATE Cotton manufactures: end of the section the following clause '
which Inevitably throws the burden
J F :, ...................................... Curtains, table covers etc., from CO I Is added: "Provided that three years New Tariff Bill. of the Altorney-al-Law. .
;: to 35. cent. 'after the day when this act shall take supporting government upon To f

,. ..... (INSt'RANCE' Garters per, suspenders, etc from 45,1 effect the articles, hereinbefore 'enumerated Washington, D.' C.-Included In the the shoulders of the consumers.It Collections and Conveyancing To
,
'."J mocratlc tariff revision bill la correspondingly exempts the men -- "
.
F\:: ,.y .." FF per cent to 25 per cent. In this paragraph sha.11 thereafter an Specialties. F To
ome tax ectlon which would of larger Income whose consumptionof CI'I,
require -
be free of .
; nation of Titles Table cloths from 40 to. 25 per admitted duty. the .. I I Broadway .
necessaries of life Is
F 5. xtm a cent. Maple sugar and refined sirups, from every resident of the United ordinary .

4 to 3 States who earns more than $4,000 a subject to tariff!! taxation In a far lets I
Lace. (curtains etc from r 0 to 45' cents a pound -
I -.. SflIhidI(; ty.F .per cent > Glucose, grape!; sugar, from 1% to year to pay a tax of 1 por cent. on ajcKropatrt: ;:: degree' than Is that of Smaller C-J. F. KKIHIiSArn.KNhY To I IAmi i I

F Miscellaneous\ cotton Roods. from l fi F 1 I'* cents a poundI'nnianxirnrtimd' his earnings; In excess of the exemp. I income arnors. a ho exp<'nd the : ('i

I'I 11 ":''olfclted. to 30 per cootEarthenware sugar cane from 20 tlon This would not roinpil I ti.-) man 1 greater: iiropot) tlon (,if t tlnlr rmourceu ; AT LAW KI.SMMMEK FLA.

I and dataware to I "i pc'r clot who earns only $4K)0) to |Iou>' a tax ; for the or
Cement' fromI/ cents hundred ( A provision, placing/!: the articles! In hut It would ileinanr) I hat one who Underwood Defends Plan. : : ; examination: i t of 'i'i t If-5 a Specialy.Sotihi'ution -1'',.. S 1

pounds. to r per rent ad talorem I this H..tl" on the free. list after three earned $4.(Ill, for ,'xuinplc) pay Into I .SpiakliiK of t tl"1 )in'I mi i iil'| of F tnxatlon $(, a"'l( ) payment" of tuxes of T.. ,
non ro''II''II l
IH careful '..
( 4'FF IH also I Inclinicd the Jio.rn"'f'nt: treasury an annualtax uivt-n
LimA years ) / laid 110n mid ln'KT.iclu.itel! HHlein '
from
I. \V 1 6 rents a hundred I attention.
Thompson I Sugar valued of I per cent on $1(00. or $1. 1 .
F .pounds to t S per rent ad valorem / <'aiutly at 15 cents a \lrol'obf'd.Ir' : I'udpr"onld"I \ I
t 'I pound, or less from 4 rents a pound Tile bill also would provide higher rlarrd S
: FUNERAL DIRECTORand China clay a ton from $2 50 to I I I TFF. I ITo 10
k
4 rates of taxation for
and! I rj cent ad valorem to 2 persons with The irln ,
$1 25 per progressive;:: | < Iple ulnady AT JOHNSTON .,.
F Fuller's" I cents a poundalued! at more than I lancer InromeR adding a surtax of I i ban ben Hi.Htaii.i i II l I l\ I lln- Supreme\ 1 1, ) 1 "

;,F LICENSED EMBALMER earth manufactured from 15 cents a pound from 00 to 25 per per cent additional on earning:! In excess court of tin,' I l'IIIt1Hlltl.\ .'.. In the Inherltnnce ATIORNCY-AT-LAW Du .p
$3 to $1 50 ton
a cent of $20.000 ; 2 per cent additional I tax casi .ind there ran be 10-11 I I Citizens Bank Building
t "IJI..lh> Courthouse Mica manufactured from 5 cents I on earnings In ", xcose of and 3 '"
$50,000.
(Cuban sugars b)' treaty arrange- I no doubt that I the name I.rlrplo'! applies Gssimmee .
and
20 T.
per cent additional a pound toSO 1 Florida I IT" I.
... merits come In at 20 reduction per cent additional on earnings In excess ..
I ."I)1 M E E. FLORIDA. ( per rent ad valorem a per cent to 'the Income tax )1l1l'1l1lh.d In - .
I from the regular/ duties ) of $100,000(; 1 this bill and \\lll tin fully' upheld\ -- ('"1
Chlnaware. decorated from fiO I .
C"
to 55 per rent ad valorem percent I Scrap tobacco taken from a general How Surtax Would Be.Imposed ahojld It ..\'er h,' railed into ii|":eHllon IT.4.u'l"* "I"V f'r T PKTUN Judge OIl WAKUOWind. th-

classification, at a rate of 61!' cents a Under the surtax provisions the man Dwlng': to defects In personal property I I. It U i ,,mm Criminal, CourtJASSEV
chlnnware plain white.. from 55 I
I ested and Proved Uooo'iii4H to 50 per cent ad valorem percent pound l. and given an Individual classification who earns $20,000 would pay to IheRovernm..nt taxation, the larger; Incomes in the :\1 & WARLOWATTORNKVS \I

of 35 rents a pound each year at the rate of United StatP8'hav" for f-s I.IF
Cut and decorated glass from 60 many years ..
us well as high'Krade quality per cent o 45 per cent ad \alorem Flax hemp and Jute 1 per cent. on $16.000 ($4000 exempt) I been able to escape with lena than AND COUNSELLOSAT IN i I.r.u i iIi

4 ,I'nll; for what you want in the Mirrors from 11-cents and 25 cents Flag" ;, hackled, from 3 to 1 % cents a or $160. If he earns $30,000 he would their: share of the general burden of LAW ,,..,"'I IMl ,

GROCKlO; LINKDIBBLE pound pay 1 per cent on $]6(1110.( and'f"r:! taxation, and this Inequity will be. Its hl'rn V.Ci'L.a" the ,Co"r. f the "'tale and of i
_ a square foot to 7 cents and 18 centsa ... also Ulor II 7''"
square foot Tow and Dai. from $20 to uo'a cent on $10,000 making his annual believed In part overcome by the .JLll ,,ml.l.n' and the Inte..late th. t'lorklataU.Lomm_ KTl I III

ton. tax $360. The. person with a $30,000 plan proposed) Comm..n. .
Marble, rough; from 65 cents to BO 1471!
cents a cubic foot Hemp and tow of hemp from 1 centto Income would pay 1 per cent on $16. The bill provides that all taxable II-II CIIAKI.KHTON IIt'I. ORLANDO. FXA. 5', I,

Marble articles from 50 cent to *4 cent a pound.. 000 and 2 per cent. on $30.000-a total persons shall be notified of the amount I .n 1 yr 1174, ,
per t"
45 per rent ad valorem. Hemp hackled from 2 to 1 cent a tax of $760. The man with an Income for' which they are liable under the .i.NUHEJOHNSON II*; .
F pound of $100.000 would be J It
required to law before the
Granite and building stone dressed. pay on or 1st day of June It
From 60 per cent to 2B per cimf'adralorem MaUl ngB, Linoleum. Etc. 1 per cent. on $16.000 2 per cent on of each year and aaseksments must be ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW M I I,

I Floor inattlngn, from S\4 cents to H $30,000. and 3 per cent. on $50,000 paid on or before June 30. For delayIn Will Practice in aU Courts -

cent a square yard which would be $1.600. bringing his making State and Federal
Iron. steel' and metal products payments and ten days att- .
Reduction on Automobiles. Linoleum and oilcloth now classified total Income tax to 2260. Anyone er notice there shall be added the Office adjoining Broadway
;
Automobiles and motorcycles 45 from 8 cents a square and 25 per with a net Income of a million mm of 6 per cent of the amount of Citizens Bank Kismmmee .

percent cent., to 10 cents a square yard and would pay this $2260 on his first
to40 per cent.Ferromanganese tax unpaid and Interest at the rate of
10 per cent reclassified at the follow. $100,000 and in addition he would I r
from $2.50 a ton pay 1 per cent a month from the time the H. IEN.'NS .. 5. WOODHAll
to 16 per cent Ing rates-plain or stamped linoleum 4 per cent. on $900.000. which would tax fell due. ,

SO per cent.; Inlaid linoleum 35 per bring his total tax to $38,260 The JENKINS & WOODHAM \
Round Iron from $8 to $12\ a ton to corporation tax provision it Is ,
cent.; oilcloth 16 per cent This bill also would re-enact the
k 'I 8 1 per cent directed shall be computed upon Income .
Pile fabrics from 80 to 40 present corporation tax law. ,
per cent Imposing for the
Iron and steel forging from 30 year ending December SURVEYORS :
Hags or sacks of single Jute a 1 per cent tax on the
yarna earnings of
per cent to 16 per cent 31. 191S and for each calendar year
SONFleming from % centa a pound and 15 per cent. corporations stock companies, Insurance Kissimmee Florida
& thereafter
Ball and roller bearings from 45 to It II provided, however
to 26 cent. companies and the I
J1 per like but It that
35p.rcent. corporations may designate the - - --- I
: Paper and Books would exempt
; partnerships This IB
Sheet steel or Iron now $6 to $18. last day of any month as the day ofth'e N(5TI(5: TO (HUDITOK9 'F
cut to SO per pent Printing paper (other than paper a flat tax. there being no graduated closing of the fiscal year and \" #
IN
commercially known as hand made or scale as the earnings Increase The may COUUT OF THE3 COUNTY JUDOB.STATE
1 origg Tin plate now $24 a ton. cut to IU few have the tax computed on the basis OP FLORIDA. *j'l'
) machine hand made chances: from the
per cent paper. Japan paper present corporation of net Income ending on I Its I designated OHCEOL.A <
and Imitation tax act COUNTY. >
Japan concern chiefly the l
paper by timeof
F Shotgun and rifles day. All labor
now $215 to agricultural horticultural
F CLEANING( $10 each. changed to 35 per cent. whatever name known), unsized sired making returns and the time for fraternal, religious and mutual -' In re I0nt.tr of 1<."...1. o. Oetchvll.. *_ '*..
or glued suitable for collection.The crosed.'te .
t : the printing of .
F PRESSING( Table and kitchen ware, from 40 to benefit societies
are made
25! cent. books and newspapers but not for coy- bill Includes under Its provisions from the tax. exempt all CrrdllnrB. ......._., Dlitrlb.- I;

1; : .I DYEINGWHPAIRING I ..cI Steam per irs or bindings not specially provided the property and earnings In this '*..-. ..
) engines, printing presses for In this section, valued above country of persons who live abroad or ""... ."'.....! said Estate ;t
machine tools from SO 16 15 ..
J Embroidering and lace per cent 2 IH cents a pound 12 per cent. ad May Bring In 100000000. The cash register girls in the lined You and and each of you. are hereby any no- ,I,;
making ma- requJred to present ,
shines now tree. made dutiable 25 ralorem: "Provided however that It It Is estimated by members of the ilouston candy stores are so skillful claims and demand which you. oro-i'.
J..P wi nl IM i i.nu'w Hiul olotbti at any country, dependency province or ways and means committee that .h.-v can play Maid" cither or you. may have against the 11.
F \NIII) 1..1..1.' .1.1 KM tun returned.duurunteed. per cent. approximately "Spring on the estate of Edwin C. Qatchell. deceased, .
other :
Tb. schedule carries a blanket subdivision of government shall $100.000,000 in revenue etrit-tcr keyboard.-Houston Post late of e"l'ollCounty., Florida, to theunderalKned '
lause impose any export duty export: II- may be derived from this new tax. In- Kxrcutrlx; of said estate.
I that articles
; ; "ti'dn tiuu or wares not spe- cease fee or other charge chiding the within two years from the date bsreotDatid .'
of corporation
kindroaUoerer tax, that
duly mentioned shall pay 50 per cent any Advertising in the Valley Gazette April 7th. A. D. 191J. t',
(whether In form of ad- amount making up for the deficit in is a money getter. lias. HULDA CHAMBERS.l ::. l lr
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.. tOt I TEN COMPLANTS, SO X

i W HI'fi' i'Ji'fiYi'fi'fi x W ffiffi ffi y\iffiffi\ ffi ffi W ifi ffi ffi HfWyiffiBiHiaiffiHiHiaiyiFISHING a
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NEW YORK MUSICIAN ,CHARGES -
'
ifi THAT WIFE JEALOUS OF HIS , I
: : DAYS ARE HERE HiHi .
FAMILY IS CRUEL TO HIM\ 4 F

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v /I. ,, ] ___ _:_ !Hi i ---Do- -- :_ -_ .
arid Inhuman
Alleging'cruel treatment
!HiHi
I Sidney Kamna, a New York

and the Osceola Hardware Co have the musician, has 'begun an action in the
!HiHi
Supreme Court for a separation from : i

Mrs. William M. Kamna of the Bronx. an Orange . : :
most complete line of HiHi 'The complaint gives the following

e specifications of the charges which ?,

RODS REELS HOOKS SPINNERS Hi Mr, Kamna makes: 'I 51
31 1. She scolded him because her Grove? : .

sister-in-law's husband gave a fur

FLOATS, LINES GIGS, ETC.to HiHi coat to his wife.

2. She hit him on the head with a -

HiHi I gas lighter and bent the gas lighter.

be found in Osceola County. Just figure out 3. She threatened to kill herself :

and her daughter ten years old. We have in

1what you need and come here and we will fit HiHi 4. She worked herself up into sucha some Bargains f

passion of anger at him that she

l HiHi remained ill for several days

you out complete. 5. She compelled him to eat his Groves to Offer i'

meals alone.
!HiHi
\ 6. She harrassed him in his busi-

ness affairs by tying up his bank accounts Big Money, to be made i ill Citrus
H?
with injunctions, thereby com-

Osceola Hardware Company HiHi pelling him to pay legal expenses to Fruit business in Florida now. .

get the injunctions vacated. D

!ifi I> 7. She was j jealous of her husband's I
H
family.
!HiHi .
8. She refused to entertain music .
I, pupils thereby compelling him to WE HAVE MANY SPLENDID GROVES TO OFFER OUR a

tfi quit teaching music at his home. CLIENTS. CALL ON US AND LET US HAVE A TALK WITH YOU
y1ty1 l ty'1y1y1' $tflrl f1 $1y'11 $$ $fy1 1 $fy1y1y1y1y1y1! ! fY1 1 11f1! $ty1 1Y1 1 i! 9. She accused him of misconduct I ::71

fi.c- in his relations with other women. I REGARDING ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES. NOW IS ;

10. She took the picture of her hushand's -
THE BEST TIME TO INVEST AS YOU SECURE THIS YEAR'S
wall their
: father from the of i
I SllssI"uu IIH 1.,11 n..r. HiilnryleillllIT Prof .\ It Morrow, .shades. .
roceedings of I I I Hl-hOlll" N... 1 85 00 sell No l.'l-sub.: dls No. 3u 8 00 apartment and threw it on the floor. CROP OF FRUIT IN MOST CASES.
S S Hu./" to Nunn Sldl'walkH"h..1
MIM: A S H00101
51I HlmjiMon.
I \ yleacher
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No I 116 48
I Hrhool No 1 70 00 un n IIONOH:/ ROLL
.1 I. Ilutton. sch. No. 'I
Jim 16 23 IK
the BoardKissimmee MIHK, Slit'sh00 KI"IHIl1IH: )' !I': 11 Hull cur St Cloud sch. 16 5 00 ( For the month ending April 7, 1913): ) .I\\
( School li'urlH-r MOhool No I __ ___ 00 00 \v J Miilhti, ttinltiK/ piano, -
', 1'oI1"H1101"1( Smith. nullifyt.nrh.T xrltud;: Nti'nL-- 5 00Malita First. Irude. Young Grave, consisting of 12 acres I gate this. This property is convenient ,, ,c cto
xcliool, No 1 ___ 60 00 ; sal teachers ,
I :tIM I Knitim: "Kntrh., Hillary < haul No 4(1( A I Div.--Leo> ('anova, Eula How.n.Annie grapefruit and 3 acres! late Valincia town, has marled road on one. side s i
'I. urhr, Hrlioo, ] No 1 .- _ 60 00 MIHH .Ij.-Hsle. 111.1't.. .. .. h.-.r Ruth Mcl.ain Pauline Neufeld, oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, one end. Price 4200.
Fla., April 7, 191t.I MlHH I tiinli-l, nrli.ii.I, No 1 hh GO 00MIHS HOHH ( ;ra\.H. suppll.s 1 Hch. Nos. Bertha Witz. on the east side of Lake Tohopekahas -
I he !laud of Public ]Instruction met : II.ill.t .Wllrox.. salary So-14-7 9 35 B I Div.--Clyde Harris Fred Evans, I been Splendid 5-acre grove consisting of ;
"I. ." h. i H.-li.iol. l No 1 CO 00Ml It I. :StalllliK.. -- -- l.lbor.- schoolNo. planted one year, trees inline I
I i trular !< Richard Canning, Marguerite condition, land well drained. Thisproperty orange, grapefruit and tangerines.
r Bclio.il No 1 __ 611 l 00 I! I ?. \\' 1\,\ ,,,, II, MUHIC lllKh, Located on the east side of
Goo.V.;
t C. Baas Chairman MlHs I.."".. Th.iiiiaHon.( .. HaliliyI. I, ..haul. No I 32 (00 ]Duke, Helen Wilcox, Katherine offered for $4500-$2500 I I 'i b
h ? treat and W. W. Chandler. Also "1.I, l.,1 i .J".I. I No 1 CO Oil Cltlm" UH U.-ink. fut.-r. st. NollM.'i Miller, Elizabeth Satterfield, Marie ('ash. balance in one and two years at hopekaliga, perfect frost
:Mix' :Norn; H.III ...M.il.il, -:: IIIOH .. 40 (10 This is of the
best
1 I Sears, Suptt "I."in ,I.,, i s.I I t..1. I No I Co 00 Miss Nettle Hodges: salaryI Ogram, Alice Huzza, Janet Graves, : 0 i per cent. Will increase in value one very '
:MHM! :Md\: (111' .11' salary I. ....10. I M.'hool No 2S __ 45 0(1( I fruit propositions in Osceola :
Minutes, ,,.. of the last meeting wore Rivers.
< I t.ilih. I Hohonl. No 1 liO 00MIKH Trust is M, Ihodst' Church.iulcliam . Lena Harvey, Madge: very rapidly.
ad and( approved.L : :Slav I'hlsliolm HilI." .\ |I' > lots and .hiilltlliiKS 4.0(1(1( ( 00 and can be secured on 1;
(;rade.A .
'1.,1. h. I H.-II..I No 1 CO 00 '110x15, Metli.( diuich. lt."fir .. Second terms. Price $4500.
S .Lupfer, County Treasurer ret.d 'I.MIHH: I'lnia Sl, ulo 11(0r5I. ( l.r>4'.l.!' 5 imm. 8 per cent 133 33 Ihv"- -Leroy Muss, James Dietz I
I'I l.u.li.-r school No 1 _ CO 00 1..fn.I.. Kll.-y. sal. l,-acherschool
,olt\ I as follows: i :MMH! Kintnii Vow. II, Halary" No 2X. 1 '"0. 13 dys. 123 75 Leo Floyd, Walter Neufelt, Sidney I A twenty acre tract located on .Big Bargain In a Home i .

1'0 1 the Honorable Board of Public In- I|!' \UMH I..I.-II.T. M.tlora; H.-liool;it". No.-II.1 Hillarytell. .'_ Cfi 00 Mist: Nettle No UO.IK-20, 13 s. days Mill lcaehersrhoul __ 28 25 Philips, Martha No-ufelt, Elizabeth marl road two miles from depot on Splendid new six-room

'tiuction' in and for Osceola Coun- II. ,Heliool No: 1 u u:' 46 00 Consideralileoniilalnt. having b. en i Parker, Dorothy Sa tterfield.I' St. Cloud road. Property has good inside city limits, fine deep

1 \ I :MlMN I Klizalx Hd.,1 tli. Aiillnian.:No( 1 najarytinihrr ____ CO 00 IIOUH mudal.uut* H would be the left condition In after S'hool-I' 15. Div. -Eldredge Harris, Kirby house and three-acre orange grove in contains two acres o* ground$1760.'i

1I I bcreby tender my report as Treasnf MIMH JiiHlInn' , Hlln'>I'tI. salary_ _ 00 the Hoard unanimously .. . .. I' Johns. Plcse Johnson, Harry Outlaw, bearing. This grove will yield from new barn, wagon and buggy
No 40 .. .
Hfliool 1.
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I..nil. I r In the 1 Tutuie' church services
tlfO'? Osceola County for the month I |It M i KvaiiH. Hillary: leathers : iH-rmlltid: ; In any sehool .f.ldl:\ lJulbe : I Claude Tuggart| Ruth Davis Gail. 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each and all under good new fence. <

,. nf'ltrch' A. I). 1913. :MIHH..hsol. Aim.-nit No, 1 l.-ltn.r. __.11_ III 1 r)' 176 00 the until lUinr.1 ji'-i.miHsloii, aiul had then! b.only en sucurid upon someresiHiiiKiMe from I LaLondc, Anita Powers, Cora Rutherford year. Sufficient land cleared and in location for small truck I I

I.IM-KI.: 1'111001.' ......'u.. l.n.-li.i Hfliool, I Nn. 1 __ ___ 8600 person In the community Margaret Winn. cultivation to increase grove to twelve poultry ranch. This is a fine
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Mi \ \ Nln.psnn salary
to be personally responsible
HKl.elliK
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T, ,.iluici, from bill report. 246 4H ocher, H.-liool No 1 __ u 70 OU for the cnndllluii of the bulldlnK Third <:radt>. or fifteen acres, and at same time can sition, where one will have the
'I!1" ." tint reed from Cutup| (
salary
> MIHH Martha KliiK.
I .,her report __n __ __ 3N &3Tt lute/ ). r Hrhool' No 1 __u__ 60 00 Mr. B. (J. o'QuInn) was given a con- Norma I Duke> Dorothy Miller \Doris be yielding any garden truck desiredIf dom of the country yet close
tract for pitlntlriK school No 7 for theHum
,, r..cd from Luau I
>I l-i'iiniiunt::0;"t1. Hank St. Cloud __ 6.000 00 Minn IraclHT Atl.lna Hrhool Smith No.1 salary_____ 60 00 of Slxly\ -thn'e and 66-100 Dollais Collins Ella Gardner Willie Bass, in search of property that will to enjoy all the advantages
, received from Tax n ,, ((63 Gr.), the .am. to be done 111 a firstclass results and at all times while such
TIP mount MIMH Emmll"I eh. Balarytiarlicr Lily Hansen Margaret Lesley Gladys now, city, as splendid high ;
3170 66 workmanlike manner and ''' -
.l I Pulls; 1(112.( 62.00. Tuxes Hrhool No.1 _____ 60 00 '
_. n 'H'dllllto the terms of his contract while extending new invent markets; churches etc. Price
--- Ml MM CU-o "'ooldrhll(" salary J <: : Griffin Vera Johnson, Ray Bell, Raymond grove ,
8.607 66'' leather school No.1 ___ ____ 60 00 j1 The matter of axing roof of school oI.!
Hart Leo Muscal Charles Jack- : 1i
lu\ paid warrants na per (list 3.621 36 Mian Harriet Wllrox. salary No. 16 81. Cloud was referred to W. \
Balance ___ _n_ 4.8S6.80 "t.iu-h.-r/ school No. 1 _______ 60 00Miss son. l'

To Nl luilance' .II-RCIIOOL.. from last niHTIIKT1 report Nil.676 I. 81 I teacher Kstvllt school Butler No. 1 _salary______ 60 00 |j I C Superintendent HUSH Chairman.Sears was Instructed Fourth Grade.A DO YOU WANT A; HOME OF YOUR OWN "'; /
Miss Loulse Thomason. salary to write the teachers that on account .
To amount 'reed from Comp._ 9 40 I teacher school No. 1 _______ <0 00 of the pre.ent financial condition of Div-Nellie, Bowen, Carleon Bryan lt have of having winter home ,
December 'report never experienced the pleasure a
you ;
To amount reed; from Tax I Miss Nora Hart; salary the school fund and the Hoard Just Harriet Buzza,' Fern Fansler} Jla I !i
I school No 1 .___...' (0 00 having purchased the new school lot. .' '
10 11 teacher in the best section of little call bad .J'
Coil. Taxes --------------- I Miss Mary Hryan, salary and ImvlitK some 'repair to make on Fansler, Alma Cooper Verena Fouts, Florida_ a place you can your own, you ;: :
Balance 708 It teacher school No. 1 ,_J---. 60 00 building for additional room. It, wouldbe Thelma! Gilbert Howell Frances better get busy the longer wait the higher the price will have .' I.
Mice May Chlshclm.' salaryleacher Impossible.. to raise the salaries of Gladys as you ;you /; ,:,>: L .

To. balance Wlll-SCIIOOt from last DISTRICT report _.N(). 87 2. U.1 Miss Clara school ttute.No.. 1 _salary___.__ 60 00 the for the assistant next: term.teaeheis ir school No 1 .Kritz Bessie LaLonde, Edith Miller . to pay for choice properties like the ollowing: . \ ,:

Amount received from Tax ti'achi-r school No. 1 ___n__ 60 00 I !1111'1I'n"R was Instructed to draw Mabel Ploetz. I ::1'
toil Taxes _ teacher school No 1 n (> ('M() In favor of the Trusteis of
(0$4,000(0
Balance 133 05 MIMH M.'dora ItiiHHi-ll. salary the M.tliodlst: (0): church for purchase of Bass Lon Dann Fred Howe, Abie six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory, hot and cold water,
HI. nriinoi msTiin-T rsn. :a. 1. a. her Hrhool No 1 __ n__ 45 00 lots iiinl, hllI"IIIIK. suld warrant to be'', Johnston Donald McKay, Elmo Griffin and cold water, electric lights, beautiful electric lights, tiled 'bath room, two
T.. L.ilunce, from lust report __ 1.304( 92 MIMH !1'II."I..Ihultmnn.: salary ma.le. |pat ahle live months after date I
r ,. l t.-ac-hrr. school, No 1 CO 00 the f HIM expensive mantels new furniture fire Lot 73x117 feet. Located
T" .ttiii.nnt received from Tax - iin.l I to .luiv. Interest at raej> Claire Swinney J. C. Ledbetter. places. -
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cull Taxes 73 IG MIMH JUHtlnii. HII rr. rd. salary i1 .-..11.. lie was also Instructed to'
-,-- 1. a, .t..r school No. 1 _. 40 00MIMH I draw wiiirant. 111 the sum of One Hun-, I Fifth Grade.A nice rugs. House furnished complete, on Mabbette street, four and one- '
nalanre _ 1.378 07 ? ( ..IniiliHtroud.. salary drd' I 'TliulIlii.I . and 33-100 Dollars for lot
- ready Large 83x half blocks from office. One of
"II-KCIICMU.. IHMTHIIT ISO. 4Tc I I ,l..a.-.i.'l-. nrhii.il No 7Sub5CO; (00 ( $133 23) Interest/: on said warrantThere I Iiv.---ra..e; Eleanor Graves occupancy. post
I h ,I., nct' from last report 466 61 I MIM .I nue I. Oiek I IriHon. ; Halarvliiirliir : lieltiit. ii o further business, the I J(' l'ieowen.\ Cornelia Lancaster 147tt feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice tt
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nrho.il I :No 12-Sllli J SO 00I'r" ) '
from Taxi t \Coaitl ailjourned until next regularmeet
To .imiiiint received
..11 Taxes -.- 'J1* 66 ( ,\ It Mo'i-.nv.. H.il-iry. IIIK: :Miriam ;Munger! Clara Ploetz Jeanette ing orange trees. Located in tnr-.
Bp.iid. warrant .as per list -__ '" on :MIMH I. ".'h.H.HHI.'I.awHon..r M.-hoo' ,, No .'.'. salary_. ._ 8'J (00( Attest W. C- DABS ChairmanU Sullivan Harry McAdoo, Harry and a half blocks of the post office, new six-room cottage, bath f

Balance 625 (Ofi \I. fir h, ?i H. haul. No 13 ._ GO 00 J Slv\HS.; Super, Intendent I, Schell. on beautiful Verona street, in the very and electric lights, two porches, located
.
"II-MCIIOOL IHHTIIH'T !I\oll. a. I ITo. :MiMH, l--.tl. r hays. salary. _ 4O' 00 best neighborhood. Call and let on fine corner lot 74 '4x117 feeton f
I i.l.imv. from IBBI report 26 94 I. .aril.H< lioul No. 14 He Cried. i B. Div.-Ada Louise Simpson, Nellie -
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Tux :Minnoia 1. :Mnlni-. salary Why Mabbette St. New sidewalks. A t
from
show this beautiful
To unit received us homo.
,' .in. 2'6 I Ir.irh.-i, Mi-hool. No 16 S'"' (00( IIan ('II), Minkie Gardner Christine you 0
?!Taxes -_-n _ Pinf. 1' N t'arneu, as I.y Tommy came out of a room where Kritz, Percie Oliver Terms on part of purchase if desired.No. nice comfortable home. Price $2400. at r
__ __ 29 69Slgnrd'R. (tra.lirr Hrhool! No IG----- SO 00 I I
Balance hill father was tacking down a carpet. No. 309-Splendid new six-room
1.111'FFIt. L.niia Leo. alar> ttaih'THrhool ;
:Sirs Sixth GradeA :
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( ) ('o TrellHirriints No. IB _________ 50 00MIM lie was crying lustily. 475.-Close in home. This is house, just inside city limits, fine deep
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1.1I11l ,\t.t. sal teacherHrhn.il Div.-Frank Bryan, Edgar Bryan ri
of $3621.30 wereclammed : I
\I In the Bum __ .',o (" a nice little house of five and I
No 1C ? rooms well lot contains two acres of ground
., and cancelled In open sessionfolluWB Doollttl.salary, n n -- "Why Tommy, what's the matter Joseph! Williams Grace Gilbert, .'4
lit Mae l-'lecla __ bath, with modern conveniences, on good new barn and
and warranttsl I"'h, "r Hrhool No 16 u 50 00 asked his mother. Blanche Davis. wagon buggy J
I.ills approved
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were l.llll.- I'nle.I Hill tiarherHrhool lot 75x120 feet. Within two .
corner
l il I us follows 1" (' MIHH :No/ in _ __ u __n_- 63 nn "J'-p-pupa hit his finger with the B. Div.-:Stratton Story. sheds, all under good new fence. Fine .
, l 146"' w J. Hears --- 'P. Hal t.-acher, I I blocks of Broadway. House furnished location for small truck ;
,
( NVUH 1 lilH lilU.r. garden or !,
fI. H7" \V C. Bass -- .J "J : : 0 00 hammer, sobbed Tommy. Seventh Grade. t
/Hrhoul >
:No. IB -
I.I 1471 <1J..0. W. Overntreet n- -- -- complete ready to move in and begin poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition -
147. \v W. Chandler20( 00147t :MIHH( Luna( No., Uoprr.19!' _Hal._ _'__ 45 I "Well, you needn't cry about a thing Katherine Jackson, Margaret Stanford housekeeping, without the expenditure where you will have the freedom
Searerents
.. I.!,haul,, Mrs No.M 1 A._J.- 10 :MIMH V.0.= .< .. Slrwi-11.. _sal._ I..aey..rH.h..1 4000 like that," comforted his mother.dldn't , Mary lIowell, Donovan Barber, of additional money above the of the country, yet close enough '
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rent I to enjoy all the advantages of the
147J \ Uacotto -
Valley ? Harris Dann Wil-
niiir laugh Bradley Rodney
S.IIIH. (lilt 3 mo. x- "Why you
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2(1( 00 price which offer the for.
x huol No. 1 Ualn.-HMll.-.. __ 65 00V we property city, such as splendid high school bent :.
147'It Smith.H I*. L.upfer.Jan.. sen.Com.No.Treas.1 HU 30 00H 23J \ I D..IIB.H U llankliiH. labor. u,Hch. -16- 31 13 "I did," sobbed Tommy.-Ladies'. I liam Arnold, Sam Story. Price $2300, including furniture. I..markets, churches, etc. Price 1760.
Safliinl. Co., undo sell 16
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M 1 0 vans salary teaeheri 1" 00 Huh I PIH| No 1 ______n __- 230 88 Home Journal. j i Eighth Grade.
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i .ol No. 1 iI I Elsie Dietz, Lynette Hogan, Edna ,I/ u

: Calkins, Robert Jackson. KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST."

Y r I Ninth Grade; I Here's the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located f, -
.. Celeste Moseley Frank Calkins. sub-division.

Eleventh Grade.; I r,

r Alice Stute Nellie Calkins. PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette IItreet verlook- i' '

t -- ing the City and Lake and is bound to become one of the best resident sub- .
Men tire themselves in pursuit of ,
divisions in Kissimmee. This is where the birds SinK and not where the frogs rJ !

: If what want is not in rest. croak. Lots are high and well drained. This -addition is planned (for people ,I'
you I - - - n -
I. who appreciate high elevation pure air and /fine views and want enough land ;

VIIIIlllIIII'U to build a real home on at a moderate price. We expect to sell all there lots l ,
windows its inside. III
our show this winter. Call early and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100 per .

g 1a lot on easy terms of payment.

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/r rss I r< |o n( ,u IMI.U Wl. HANDLE -Illyrr- LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. '.

'I fiVERY KIND Or' BRICK !.. Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.We .

q, or .m.ll ,,.,. ' ANYWHERE have nice high lots, near the lake which we are offering at price
;V! r.1 rrrr that attractive. See these lot k
rr are *, get our prices kind terms on them beforeyou

0nyif.. GKt .OUR' w- decide ou a location for a home.
01"" ; PRICES FIRST qI

d.p,4hs AND.SAVP MONEY == I III

j'. Jeweler and I:: "WE SELL HOMES."

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;jJ. Optometrist. -- 411 D.v.l KU| lillrK>. ----_ .II H. M. BREAKER & fQ:1 .

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GAZETTE. t. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 191'1'
\,1., PACE 12. .. THE, \KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,

"' .'. if 1111' I.iiniiii I 1111 I f I I I '. I II I I II . 1111 .
GIRL SAYS SHE LIVED j jI I. I. 1.1
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t, J, I.,..';: ;I ON $5 ; CAN OTHERS? Classified AdvertisementsAdvvrUMincat

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.\ acre-I..erfed mder.thU bead mt tke-rate-a/.Five,
I f .Es.7EAM NEW VQKK GIRL TELLS, WIIAT .. CB.. I'.. 6h. Es'. Each I avert lea.nnii .
a GENUINE STORY '
SEEMS TO I;.
j. i HUT IT BRINGS.DOUBT. ill 11111 1111 11111 III I I III Mill I IIIIIIIIIIIH-:

... . FOR SALE.. FOR. SALE-Ten acres of good land
!<*, BOA r in Northwest Klsslmmce.'' frontinj
In anKWl'r. to the question: 'Can a FOR SALE- -$3500 will buy a valuable East on Vine stree. Suitable for
property in the heart of Kissimmee small fruits vegetables, gene
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girl live on/ $5 a week ? there was re- now paying about 14 per cent. trucking, dairy or chicken :farm U

.. e reived by a New York paper a letter on the above amount. Enhancing' bold quickly, will take $o.Ot..
which hue a ring of Unquestionable in value every day. H. M. Breaker which is less than the city; a4 -eci

=-,... : gjcqiujrjcncss\ in which, a girl tells how & Co. 39tf valuation. G. F. Kribbs, K 1881

she did live alone in New York City, (FOR SALE-At 'a bargain;; 35 reinforced ' meo, Fla. 4tot

on $!fi i a wc:>k. cement fence posts and 250 FOR SALE- 100 acres of fine mucd
I It I is n most, interesting letter. But cypress fence posts A. B. Jarrcll, land. Railroad Survey through thu
At Kissiminee Drug Co. land and adapted' to truck
farming
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it in turn asks another IJUl'htion-1 I '
Price on application-a real
9J EXCUR roulil more than one woman in a thousand ,, FOR SALE-First: Class Al Restua- gain- Address box 862, KissimmeJ bar
live an thin girl did-.-would-more runt doing good business. Helot location Fla. g.
in town. Reason for selling
.. than one in a thousand have the
my ui.divided time required to look ji-Olt'SALE-Large size billiard tabl
strength! the sagacity, the i indotnitallecourage after property interests of other I with full equipment. Apply jj
tI 1 to face such a daily exislence parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- I Frank Vans Agnew. j|
? Mere is the letter: i simmee, Fla. 3-lf I
FOil SALE-Four good mules.
"Some: years ago I entered n le- ----- J. W

I t . p.utnu<'nl ,store at $f n week; today I Iam NTEII-Live) soft shell turtles on I Miller. Itt
Wednesdays of each week. WU..
,retting! $12. I got a fairRiu.d.d'an 11 BUY A IIOUSK and lot irt Tamp?
Makinson Co. 14-4tpd
room for :$2!,: n week with the II I that is rented all the time and pays.

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rare of it myself and not use the gas 'I hog-pr00f fence, 'J'/a acres undercultivation. ; Price :J&L'O.: : Write J. F. G., Sr.

SIO. for more than three, hours a day. [,-1'00111 house. good I 512 East Park. 173pj'FOR
"I 1 had len dollars. I bought two well anil! barn. Situated, '14\ mile ,

saucepans, , a one-burner gas 1 stow 1 from city (limits anjl '. mile. from ( SAI Swampscott dory jail:

1 I eolIVe |put) teapot! four plates bowl, ", "11'011.1.. I'rice! $l r>ti) ).t)0.( Terms. I. .almost ""W. fully rigged. Addreu

(two cups and saucers, four spoons Apply) Hox1'iJ:!: Kissimmee. Isla.IStf I Dr. W. McL. Ayres, Narcoossee. 1|
two knives and\ ) forks and a tin box' I I -'
I FOR SAIDWell located city loU
for bread. _. ,
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on monthly installments. G. F,
I "Satnrdivs| from November 1 I' to FOR) SALEDining taWe! and chairs, I Parker. '
I April 1 1. I bought f f. rents' worth of'' 1I"t'a, dresser! center table, 17-4t

(carrots 10 "lIls'orlh of potatoes sunk stove, etc. C. II. Strock, 116 I VELVET: : BIANS'chufas: all kindj
AND ] and 1 10 cents' worth of beef. Except
N' Vernon uvenue. Il -p! of cow peas, millets and sorghu
.A he I potatoes, I Cooked t this. with plenty I, lleavv ,stock, must be sold, write folirirc.

I of water. on Sunday and .it made FOR( SALE(: -At a bargain, motor ", also potato plants. 1.I I, HI

me three. good, (ii nnetS.' I bought a boat "(;adl1)'" :Ht\NVi) t ; 15: in. 'cMft; I AlU-n Seed" ('0., Trilby Fla. 16.4p-

'quart' of beiiiis for 1O) rents und apound I 1'J! h. p.1 i-yrle'' :I cyl. engine; fullequipmrntctetylhingnew. -- -- .
of lice for .". ivnts.. ( Half thebeiiif. ; Terms Pill( I{ SA I.E: Pure Rhode Island RedIfins

.". were enough for two dinners.. I on part if desired. See Saunders I good. laying strain. C. U.

"I 1 bought three pounds' of oatmeol I at (taxettc; office tf ; Hlaiichame.M7. I :\ . liiif
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for 0!' cents and I u pound, of jellow meal .
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for 1 cents 1 which lasted several LOCAL( ) AGENTS(; : WANTED: : : handle FOR RENT.

FishFry \\ -ek-*. butter foi the .beans and rice, "money ,making ]>io|>",sition., Ref I I-
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,7( (train, pound 10( cents( ('otfee halfpound 'II",'Inranii 1 In'. giM-n" Ivuicka: I i FOR RENT: --Modern cottages, turnmer -
rates. !Mrs. E. E. Wells. lltf
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I I l.'i < eats Condensed milk 1(1() Chemical t'n I'u I."h.. l-'la It.!

,enl ; ipiail of milk e\eiy, other day FOR RENT OR SALE Two- torj
I 10 cents,, 1 used to two loaves, of store building on Brack St., Norti
gel ._____ _ .___.
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lay: old bread, for .", cents, and my .t "j' Kissimmce. II. C. Stanford 29-

I bread cost me 10 cents for a week. .t t. y y: I WELI.INGS- for -rent, opply to M
:My lunch never cost me more than (Ii f Tiller.
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YO
cents. .1. FOR Eo.l'A I ::: suite of three connecting
"(nee a week I did my washing. I A
wore my underclothes. without iron- ::: 1: \ furnished rooms, all modenconveniences.
Mm. W. II.
Arnold
ing. My shirtwaists. I washed, and
got them ironed for 10 cents. In Jan- I I U

AtSOUTHPSATURDAY uary I bought twenty yards. of muslin 1 t l FOR RENT -room concrete bun
at fi'/4; cents. I sewed from 5 to 7 in ; 1 galow, cor. I'enfield and UeMluli

; the morning, and, working from Mayto X U y t Ave. Mrs. Summers, 608 PenflddI

/ October, I made all I needed for t 1y I ItJ-tf*

the year. For a few days, at certain I :A a
I J times, you can get remnants at 5 ?. : MISCELLANEOUS.
cents a yard. I can cut a shirtwaist :, f. I
<: WANTED: To buy two dozen chork
out of two yards."I '
I ;; ('ns. Rhode Island Reds or Plymou
was raised to $0; the second year.I I
] Rocks.. State price. Reply to Box
I put $30: in the bank in December.The .
Mt1!'
17.1
next year I was raised to $7 and NOT QUANTITY, ;

saved $60. I always had enough to BUT i WADE, the tuner, Orlando.
QUALITY
: eat and was as well dressed as any t
l" :, of the girls I had no time to walk AND PRICE. .fl 1.0ST..Somewher.: between court
',., house and Carson's store, one 8-ytii
,.it' p: ( the streets, except going to and coming I f ; old boy's coat, blue Barge., Rewtn
I ; I from the store. I lived a mile ,' Mrs. Summers if returned to this office. 11.

r I and a half from the store, and never ,..
e08P.nfi.IJAi'
+ MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co
rode unless it was. slippery":
; I y and we will get a drink of the ben
t : r I'I :";-:-:-:": :-:"; --:-:-:":";":_:-: .-: :_:..: :":'.:' soda water made. Sin
t City Block. for Sale.
2
One city )block' fronting on Main I i

f i .; April ,street.( \ North; Kis.simmec 1 which we t

.. are offering for $((100; cash. Fine in-

,,, 'f t ,. vestment. i I I I KINK I : J INVKSTMKNT\ I I I I

y.
N'o.: : 471.-A 'JO-ucie! home. This1plendid
, ,e1i I. -, property lies two miles' north I!

\, ".:,. from town iR i practically level, rich {I BUY NOW, SflL THIS SUMMER
ark' gray soil with line chocolate'
. ;" ,ub"", )" ; l Ji,; acres cleared and III cultivation AT A LARGE INCREASE ;.. .-. I
; the remaining four acresfenced I
.. covered with a good growth -
,if pine timber, with some scattering The : ; I
far-sighted ,,
and
s people' are buying Real Estate NOW.
i Boat Leaves "nuk ; about 1V4 acres of nice young We
offer
City hrifty grove in bearing besides a as an investment the following list. of properly to be Bold
as a hole, at about
lumber of fine Japanese persimmontrees two-thirds Its actual value and on easy term
some pea.-hcs, mulberries, of payment. The improved property included in the list bring
a
blackberries, two kinds of grapes rental of $69.00 per month.
Dock at9:3O"a.ra. and a few bananas. The buildingsare .
Promptly comfortable, but not of great One nine-room house. with bath and electric
lights fronting
I value consisting of a box house of brick
a' r live large rooms, porch, several outbuildings I paved street, renting for $20.00 per month. This properly
such as grain houses, tool easily worth $2,500.00.Fileroom : .
*.
/ inch sheds,
wagon stables etc. One
: deep artesian well and cottage and bath,
one surface nearly new, modern in every way,
i well. This land adjoins the finest on large/ lot. fronting on brick paved street, renting for $10.00 per
orange grove in the country, growingon month. Would be cheap at $1,800.00. '
the' same kind of land. All kinds

of crops grow encouragingly on this i Five-room cottage, on large lot
,
land and it is the prettiest place fora I has ..ater' connection. fronting on brick paved street,
home in this section of the country. House renting for $10.00 per month. This
r There is a fine line of forest trees on I I property if purchased separately would cost $1,250.00.
the outside of the fence, with a beautiful .
J : palm inside of the yard, also Four-room cottage, I located on large lot fronting on brick

TICKETS some severs magnolias, live paved street renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth 90000.
: oaks and other varieties of I

shade trees and ornamental shrubbery Two cottages bringing in a 'rental of $14.00 per month. Worth V,
and flowers. We want to introduce $800.00. tt,'_
you to the owner of this land I .,

Adults 75c Children and, let you buy direct. You can buy One cottage rented to colored people, renting for > "..
; 50c terms''t at a of bargain payment.and on favorable I month., Worth $500.00.: $5.pO' per ,

I
( H. M. Breaker & Co. One-half interest in 144
city lots, each lot easily worth $75.0_, '
now, and values \i
are gradually 1
I .1 I increasing. -) "i ,.
; INCLUDING DINNER Two close in
resident lots
'f worth $500.00 each: y. )

Investigate and you will find that all of the above are good'l ;.t

: properties, worth at a low estimate 1485000. We will sell / "
?*
Mrs. E. thing in the .7.lf .
E. Wells above schedule for the
sum of ,,300.00. The pel** g' n
i ; buying now will reap large profit. ,'k J ,'t i 4'

Real ', We also have two well Rented, business lots on Broadway. I.f< t4

Benefit BuildingFund Methodist Church Estate I WKMMP"rt! of the bU8lncSS district which we are offering for 't' '\1,:'f I';


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and InsuranceRenting We will be pleased to have you call: and see these properties.< .I
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Dwellings, Furnished ,

LIi r Rooms, and Truck Land a specialty. I-J. M. BREAKER & COMPANY


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