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 25, 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: VID00591
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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: ,' in Kissimmee_ Should Work For the Success of .the Celebration 4 July 4th..: '

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int every living thing and made thousands lot last week were here for several

for paupers. And again only a I'i hours en route north. During their PACKING HOUSE

'ralIt short time ago, Ohio, Indiana.., Nebraska stay here a representative of the

LLIly. [ and Kentucky were visited by a Trade I I Valley. Gazette .had the pleasure ofa FOR NARCOOSSEE
' casualty the like of which 'for loss of Board vf Meeting most interesting conversation 'with

im life and property is bewond the memory Mr. Moore, during which he said that
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tr.fhb of man. But do you ever hear of he could hardly conceive of how our

NTHS anything of that character occurring I i The meeting of the Board of Trade Monday people found the means to make 'the WILL BE BUILT THIS SUMMER '
in this section ? No, and I do believe wonderful improvements to be
seen
night will be of the most important since its r
In' that Kissimmee and Osceola I one
countyare on every hand. "Why, I never visited -

Iun as near immune from fatalitiesof organization, and every member is urgently requested I a city in all my travels that appeared ,i JOHN LEVERONE, THE CINCINNATI

such nature as any place on this be hand the hour of as progressive and prosperous eTr
to on promptly at I FRUIT DEALER AT HEAD
9tbl IN continent. as does Ki simme4l. It is certainlythe : .
"These are a few of the things that convening-7:30. The committee appointed to best paved, Broadway is the prettiest -j OF ENTERPRISE TO HANDLE..

made me decide to make Kissimmeemy I offer suggestion a* to the manner of building | street, and there are more ce- !I THE ENTIRE OUTPUT. ; i
home during the winter months' |, ment sidewalks than are found in .
any -
and cost of a city dock will make its report, and I I '.
and that will bring here in I
me again town twice its size. The growth of For years Narcoossee was known
sur- the early fall." the matter of holding a grand barbecue on July : this city is just simply wonderful I,I I as a little hamlet at the terminus of

and ad- 4th, the day on which the cornerstone of the new since my last visit here of a little the Sugar Belt Railway, and it was ,
'., BOATS over a year ago and I can readily occassions that
WILL LEAVEPROMPTLY I on rare any of its \
Methodist church will be laid will be discussedand I sex that your people have the right few inhabitants ever found their name
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Sr United than AT 9:30: proper committee will be appointed to makeall '! to claim first place in progressiveness. in print, but yet it had the reputa-

would I' necessary arrangement looking to a successful 1 The only thing needed here now is tion of producing as fine citrus fruit i
Spdn i men with capital, and I miss my guess as man ever tasted. ;
: a THOSE WHO INTEND dOING TO celebration on that day. !' if that need is not supplied before I
\ a frac- ,' But today things in and around that
FISH FRY !MUST BE AT B. C. Miller. the year ends. little hamlet have
. 1 a gen- DOCK changed, and the I !
repu- I ATTHT HOUR. C. F. Johnson, President. name "Narcoossee" which is an Indian -

to and Secretary. FIFTEEN TONS OF name and means in English a

the I "Little Black Bear" is known ,
7-4 says Those! having in charge the fish fry I BEETS TO THE ACRE throughout these United States. And \ "

bar : to be given at Southport tomorrow 1 I, what brought about this marvelous ,

m I doubt- I I request the Valley Gazette to state .' -" : change was the purchase by a company : .

luf say that the boats will\ leave the city dock GROWN BY F. T. FANSLER IN HIS of Cincinnati capitalists of the '

| promptly at !4:30 I :: ) II: the moriu.g: Grand Barbecue andCornerstone i GARDEN IN THE WESTERN Fell tract of land of seven thousand

left i and those intending to KO must be acres and selling it'oft' in ten-acre '
'I ,? IMRT OF KISSIMMEE.We .
aboard that
hour. '
at
lots to Western people to citrus
their grow )
Reports coming to the, committee Laying 'I fruits.
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| indicate (hut hundreds will attend the have heard all about cutting ten "
; ( to Hundreds of these tracts have been
l6 chang fish fry, and some fear has been entei I tons of hay from one acre, about disposed of, and what was once a '
.. to .tamed that the crowd would be METHODIST: fiiritcii WILL LAY CORNERSTONE; ON; JULY 4rrn catching: 40-pound catfish from the I sparsely settled community is now a f.

: 1 larger than could he accommodated!, AND; I C1TI/ENS WILL HAVE A UAKHECUE-ALL NEARBY lake and the growing: of cabbage that I thriving, bustling little town. During ; ';

I thin hut the' committee wish it understoodthat OWNS; WILL BE INVITED.In weighed :i ti> pounds, but it is S. T. i the past three months a turpentine ; ,

yu This ample pirn ismn will be made to Fansler owner of a vegetable farm in still has been installed, a veneeringmill

11 > \ '... and, I''r person in Kissimmee and --- the western portion of the city, who I put into operation and Dozens of

too that -ui r"ulldlf't..n'lt""r'/ to Southportand the past Kissimmee has failed to i It will be a great lug thing, and the has pulled off the real stunt in the houses built. ,;'
return here ill safety and comfortif line of IIIR things' in these '
; I (cmaiii have a celebration of importance on appointing of a committee on arranffe- parts. But the latest and biggest enterprise -
'9- ('(' I they pr"sent' themselves at the city the 1th of .1 013', but if the contemplat-j meals by the Board of Trade should Monday morning ;Mr Fansler yet attempted there is a packing .j.

0 nu duck\ /at the hour '11)11"1. I id plans carry, and there is not the I, not be delayed longer than Monday brought to the Valley Gazette office I house on such a scale as to accommodate ,
John Lyons, the famous fi lH'rmulI,1 chance for faikir? that and that three specimens of beet which 'r
all by slightest day night committee instructedto were all the fruit and Vegetables
I (' of has been given the contract to catch I will witness the mo"t/stupendous/ performance I begin work at once. about eight or ten inches long and as grown in that section. And when it "
the fish, and he began/ work today. here thitLha -ovffr been large around as the man'sarm. /,
I the pulled ------ --- -- average I is,! known that fully fifty thousand r':
de I I Mr. Lyons says that he will furnish 1 Florida He stated called the
it. otr in STOCKRAISERS MEET they were boxes of citrus fruits and thousandsof
not flab that only fat and juicy and
to are The building committee of the mangle beet, better known as sugar crates of lettuce, beans, cabbage t
I in sweet which, are the only kind that Methodist, church is (determined to TOMORROW AT 10 A.M. beet, and that his crop had yielded on and eggplant are annually produced tin

I know swim in TohopekaliRii.IvERNER \keep things on the jump in the way an average. of about fifteen tons to the and around Narcoossee, it will be

I1 f"r I length- I --- - - of umusement during these delightful '1 acre. This beet, says Mr. Fansler, seen that the packing house will be

,', and i' I R, ELLIS -print; and summer days. Tomorrowthat I I AT COURT: HOUSE nUt PURPOSE I makes exceptionally fine feed for cat- I'' of mammoth proportions. .
.. on committee will give a fish fry at tle, being great to produce milk, and :'
I The at the head of
OF ()JtG.NIZI11lNTY: ; : man this latest
hale LANDS THE PLACEAI'I'OINI'ED :Southport, at which will be found that they can be grown practically I enterprise is John Leverone, the Cincinnati '
| STOCKRAISERS'; "
"all I the bulk of our city's population. : |' without any cost, requiring no fertilizer wholesale fruit dealer, and ; '
CIATK ..S.I whatever and little work.
But a bigger and grander event very who came into material prominence '
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first ; COLLECTOR FOR than a fish fry was planned at the !i The question of stock feed is one during the Spanish-American war by i _
.LouBo .. city, meeting of the committee Monday-I that has confronted this section for
LIGHT; AND WATER PLANT Since announcement was made in giving to the soldiers who left his ". t
I fe- AND! WILL ATTEND TO night-that of laying the cornerstoneof last week's issue of the Valley Ga- years, and it is barely possible that city a car load of Florida oranges, I -.,

found the handsome church building now zette that a meeting would be heldat Mr. Fansler has solved it. Anyhow, saying, when he made the gift that :, '
why LIGHTS. in course of construction on July 4th, the court house on tomorrow at we all know that the sugar beet has he considered he was doing the best .
place and inviting the citizens of Kt sim- been used in the West as a stock feed
co 10 a. m for the purpose of organizing j thing possible for the boys by giving 'f 'I 1
. other It will be remembered that J. R mee to hold a grand barbecue. Lookingto a: sto kme'n's association, considerable -* for years, and there i is no reason why them the pleasure of eating all,they +
this end a committee, consisting .of discussion has been j.it could not be done so here as the wanted the' "
Gilbert, !at the regular April meetingof ,, indulg. o!!'. finest fruit grown, on
; good Jno. 'M, G. soil in and' around Kissimmee will : ,
the Council resigned as collector of Lee, J. McPhatter, D. ed in by cattle men -as to 'the advis, earth. 1
cli Wagner, Jno. L. Overstreet and W. yield as much of anything that !
ability of such with the grows
the electric light and water plant, a move, re- Mr. Leverone's intention i is to r
in and during/ the week following, several H. Harris, was appointed to take up | suit that there will be a large number as any other section on earth handle all the fruit and vegetables '
school, i iI the with the Board of Trade
question to give their aid to such
/gentlemen applied for the position, present amovement. grown in that section, charging only '
I in the and if that body desired to cooperate .
among whom was Verner E. Ellis, POLK COUNTY ten cents a box to market the fruit, ; .'
have I| who has for the past year conducted in the plan, to represent the full |'I i There is no denying the fact that I and practically what it costs him to I't

urate an electrical supply ,house! in this city. building ,committee in the making of cattle in this county, and all over the ASKS FOR BIDS I pick and pack it. .
a (
1 I of I I This week Dr. T. M. Rivers, chairman all necessary arrangements to havea state, for that matter, have suffered I In connection
II with the packing
I and of the electric light and water joint celebration. : Dually from that. pernicious insect II vi
\ A I There is doubt hut what the house will also be a supply depot,
no called the tick and stockmen .i
I committee appointed Mr. Ellis to theposition our T'BUILT) GOOD ROAD FROM '
hold of collector, and that gentleman Board of Trade will enter heartily !1 fully realize that the only way in LAKELAND! TO THE OSCEOLA I and where other growers can get the fertilizer :
things to cultivate ?
busi will assume his duties as soon into. the plan, as that body is fully which to stamp out that pest is by necessary '
COUNTY LINE. their which' will be sold :
alive and that will ,j groves
to
I his bond is accepted. Dr. Rivers any every thing | concerted action, therefore they are I I ,
all to and fur- : to them on the smallest margin possible ,
I states that to the collector will be bring pleasure our people heartily ill accord with the movement .
be- ther the interests of the city, as a : to combine forces under head and ;
given the duty of caring for the lights one The commissioners of Polk county .
I II II I and used in private dwellings and business celebration\ of this character would I work to one and the same end. have advertised for bids to build a The idea has met with universal ,
certainly do. The will be called to approval on the part of the people of ;
meeting
I houses, which plan will certainly work or- good road from Lakeland to the Os-
Thelaymg of the cornerstone alone der promptly at the 'hour named by ceola is that section, and there is nothing to
to advantage, as the people employedat county lire!, which about the ...
But, I the plant are engaged.every min- will attract hundreds of strangers E. L. Lesley, who owns thousands of best piece of news that has come this prevent the plan working to the ad- 1 r ;
I and from. towns, but add a barbecue vantage of both the and Mr. '
ute of their time attending to the' nearby head of cattle that range on the prairies way for lo these many days. I I j growers JI
.. old to the day's and there'llnot Leverone. t
program this .
I machinery. in the southern part of coun- The question that now confronts the I I "I
this ___ _ __ be standing room on our streets. is I' .f
I ; I __ ty. Mr. Lesley taking an exceedingly people of this county, and especially :.
There is Orlando and Taft on the I I.I.
interest in this matter
active
commissioners is what : ,
iTHE CIVIC PRIDE our county FLOOD SUFFERERS .
north, St. Cloud, Ashton and Narcoossee and his influence alone is sufficient to
do building
about
are we going to a
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\' of i I i' OF OUR CITIZENS' on and the Haines east, and City Campbell on the west-all, Loughman guarantee tomorrow's a meeting.large number present at good Polk road from line? Kissimmoe. Certainly to the :i I EXPRESS THANKS : (

county we can i I
r ; Suffice good towns-that we feel satisfied
not' afford to permit our neighbor to I' 4<
would invitation to be
accept an pres-
I with a I iS:; MAKING I KISSIMMEE THE ent and take part in any celebrationthat CITY'S GROWTH IS put up his part of the bet without us > FOR: THE CAR LOAD OF CABBAGE ,
, covering it. If we do we will not be
PRETTIEST, TilE CLEANESTAND our city might hold. | SENT BY TilE CITIZENS OF 4
s prop- SIMPLY WONDERFUL living up to the reputation that we .
i MOST DESIRABLE Of course the local G. A. R. post and KISSIMMEE.
have established the most
as -
I progressive I
the in the towns surroundingwill
But LIVE IN. posts .. '
CITY TO -- people in Florida. 1----
k (I who I be specially invited to meet hereon 1I
I I. con- that day and hold their services. FORMER\ CITIZEN SAYS KISSIM- When this road is completed there, I The following letter expressing sincere '

with I The taking of cattle from the It will be remembered that on the :MEE SURPASSES ANY CITY will be a hard road from the west line I htanks to our people for sending ;

h !\: Land streets, the paving with vitrified brick 12th of July three years ago a "Trade FOR PROCfRESSIVENESS of this county to Tampa, and if we I a car load of cabbage to the flood f ; I

in the our principal thoroughfares and the Day" was held here, and a conserva- HE EVER VISITED. would build a road from the Polk \ sufferers, was received this week by ) '.
can laying of some fifteen miles of cement tive estimate placed the number of county line to the line of Orange the secretary of the Board of Trade: ,,I Ii fi

r terms sidewalk has caused a feeling of civic 'strangers here on that day at five county, there would be a fairly good i :"Dayton, Ohio, April 16, 1913. ,:.

of. pride to take possession of our people. thousand. There is no earthly reason Those of us who were residents of highway from Jacksonville to Tampa, "Kissimmee Board of Trade, Kissimmee ;'

failure During the past few months many why at least that number could not be Kissimmee four years ago will remember which would be the cause of hundreds Fla. .
l for, I fences surrounding residences have inuuoed to come here July 4th, whenwe Raymond Moore as one of the of automobiles passing through "Gentlemen: Your letter dated I'

to do been removed, lawns have been laid will have a double-bill attraction principal men who originated and 'this city every year that now take f April 3rd advising that you have forwarded i i

; ,i I again I out, trees trimmed, houses painted entertain-; them. carried to success the St. Cloud rol- other routes when touring the state. a car of cabbage, received. I r rI

en" spring and front yards converted into en- Aside from the speaking at the laying ony proposition. After the plan of We are satisfied our commissionerswill We take this opportunity to ex- X
,. ); table beds of flowers most beautiful of the cornerstone and that at the colonizing the lands with a most desirable -I take this matter up at their' May I press ojr sincere thanks and deep appreciation ' i

.i"A. ) ] : and fragrant. Our, people seem to services held by the veterans of. the class of people from the North meeting, and will uphold Osceola of the material assistance ;, r

... ; have vie one with the other as to which can i G. A. R., amusements of all kinds and West, and the building of the j; county's end of the road. you have afforded us. i i' t

years. I have the cleanest, the prettiest and I I could be placed on the program, such Wonder City of St. Cloud was well I I "Please accept this grateful recog. :':; .: 1

'"t' the best kept premises. No longer do | as foot races, running, jumping, ball under way, Mr. Moore disposed of II I The lake excursion given by the I nition of your, practical sympathy, it

,r : : ( Okla- people throw trash upon the street or \ playing and anything else that would his interests in the project and toured i Catholic social club on Tuesday proved I not only on behalf of this Committee, :..
: in scatter rubbish around their yards. ;l be pleasing to our friends. Our mer- the state in search of pastures new, a most enjoyable affair and while but in the name of every citizen of i '

Weeds are kept cut, the grass kept chants would willingly offer prizes but always returned to his home in I there was not an exceptionally large ,Dayton. t' "

; and green and everything and everybody : for the successful person in any gameor New York City during the summer number who took the boat ride, still "Very sincerely, 3.I .

of looks clean. contest, and our people generallylay months. I I those in charge of the excursion. state I "JOHN H. PATTERSON, tt

And the Civic Leagpe i is playing no.. aside all business cares: for the This winter Mr. Moore and wife :i that the receipts were larger than Chairman vi

(i'f"! killed small part in this game. day. and enter heartily into the game. spent on the west coast, and Friday I they expected. : Dayton Citizens' Relief Committee." 'f

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Nearly rural and ,. suburban who know them, for to know' them was \ 1 1I ''Birch
,PRODUCTS OF, FLORIDA | home having every a; few. 'plants that add LONG AND USEFUL to ,love them. SCHOOLS URGED TO USE Mountain

materially to the family menu. There LIFE IS ENDED I
also commercial : ADVANCE READERS PHOTOGRAPHIC MAPSSHOWALTJTUDESATALLPOINTS
NUMEROUS AND VARIED are some plantings. bHE RBi
) ( ,. _{ Persea Gratlssima, commonly known There is hardly another in the pro- TEAt

',. as Avacado and Alligator Pear haven ENDS TERRY COLE, AT'THE AGE fession who occupies such a unique ,
'; to certainextent for J. who i ito Imported from Bohemia
een a grown position ad F. Powers the
met
4 OF EIGHTY YEARS PASSES ,
: ; . WEST AND SOUTH COMPARED I some years and with the introductionof appear here next week with the 1 wonderful herb compound the. |
t, fi. choice varieties are coming to the INTO ETERNITY AT THE: Powers Hypnotic Comedy Company world has ever known for the

R front as money makers, the fruit sell- HOME OF HIS SON IN Certainly there is not a man whose treatment Asthma, Hay Fever:
FORAGE GROWING RECEIVES ,Ing at times' high $5.00 dozen and success UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL Bronchitis Coughs ;
'i as as per THIS CITY. ablity are more widely Colds, Catarrh!
SPECIAL ATTENTION-FLOR- There is a record of one tree at discussed. by, the press and public, and SURVEY WILL MAKE SPECIAL La Grippe, Whooping Cough and

.IDA SHOULD EXPORT INSTEAD Whittier, Cal., from which $17,000 whose rise to prominence has been I SELECTIONS FOR USE OF severe cases of Kidney, Bladder
L .- worth of fruit was gathered in one Just before the clock chimed the more merited. Ills established ability i ANY SCHOOL OR COLLEGE Stomach and Lung troubles.'
OF
IMPORT.
- -'- -..-- --- year. Florida soils and climate are hour of ten on Saturday night, the and wonderful success in every large t U an invigorstearc 't'J
especially adapted to.this industry nineteenth of April, the soul of Enoa''ferry I _
city is now on every manager's tongue, porifice'blond
The products of Florida soils are Small Fruits. A complete list and Cole took its departure for the and the magazines and papers:: of today :1' "For teaching the geography of the builds up

I*. no numerous and varied that it is description of the bush and vine land from which no wanderer has are not up to date without his United States in the public schools the run-down yv

4 not possible in a short sketch to mention fruits would require a column and ever returned, the departure taking latest photograph." In his latest suc- and colleges a strong effort is being tern, soothes the

r but few of them. The superiority but a few can be referred to briefly. place from the home of II. E. Colein cess he presents a delightful, finished made by the United States Geological nerves improves

of our citrus fruits is so well : The strawberry' which: one has said this city. and highly amusing entertainmentthat Survey to foster the use of the the appetite .and
known that but brief mention will be "There is no doubt but the Almightycould Enos, Terry Cole was eighty yearsof creates continual laughter from Government topographic maps. These ,tf -' makes sleep rest

( made of them have: made a better fruit, but it I age on the fifth of this month, start to finish, and our theatergoers maps contain many details of local ful and refres.l ni

Many thousand dollars are *nt is certain lie did not do so," grows to and came to Kissimmee about two are to be congratulated upon having interest, showing even school houses This wonderfulmedicinal

ak North each year for forage that perfection, ripening the main crop in I years ago from Mount Carroll, Illinois 'an early opportunity to witness "The and farm houses as well as every ,, ;"u tea contains -

R should remain at home and the time the winter. and made his home with his son, Towers Hypnotic Comedy Company." wagon road, with which of course the 21 different t!r fs

is not far distant when we will be Guavas, of which: there are several \II. E. Cole. During the war betweenthe Wednesday and ''Thursday next. school children are familiar, that it herbs, imported
varieties from which the delicious states Mr. Cole' served in the capacity from Bohemia and has
exporting instead of importing In I - -- -- is said to be an easy matter, for been en.;
f t 1llt '' the North timothy or clover\ yields 'guava jelly is made, are perfectly at of quartermaster of the Third teachers to enlist the interest of the 'dorsed by Pope Leo XIII the Em-

1, from 1 to 2 tons per acre, while the I home and bear enormous crops. I Iowa Cavalry, and at the close\ of hostilities HORTICULTURISTSMEET ., pupils in this new type of school map. i poror of Austria and many eminent .

f cowpeas of the South if rightly cultivated Feijoa. ( Fa-e-he-a) the new fruit was mustered out with an untarnished From an understanding of the par- physicians, besides receiving

will yield from 2 to 4 tons, ,, from Ecuador is a beautiful fruiting record as a soldier. At an AT D LANDDELEGATES ticular maps representing their own the highest awards, gold medal

I a that contain, according to Professor shoot belonging/ to the family mytri- I I early age he united himself with the localities it is but a succession of -some of which are reproducedon

i Dobson, of the Louisiana College of'' cae, and closely related to the guava, j, Methodist church, and all his life lived short steps to lead the pupils to an appreciation the cans-and honorary Diplo.
+r Agriculture, 332 pounds of protein yet quite distinct from them, with | up to the tenets of the faith and walked TO CONVENTIONMILL :'; : of the different types of !mas from Expositions held in Paris

f1' and 844 pounds of nitrogen per ton, its large. crimson and white flowers the path of honesty and strict integrity JO; ON:'; KXri'USION):'; TO country portrayed on maps of other Rome Vienna Florence, Londonand

while clover, the favorite forage of are very ornamental and the fruit of lie was a member of the PANAMA. LEAVING: : ; I\EY sections of the United States. Most Liege. in recognition of its

the Northern States, contain but :L'Oft! )I the shape of a .short banana avei aging Masonicfraternity, having latched, of (he .standard, atlas sheets. of the 'great curative qualities. This bone
pounds of protein and 7iO( pounds. of three inches. in length/ with a most I the degree of Knights/ Ternplai m and \\ EST .M I.\ >' :3.The Geological; Sum vey of recent issue. are of the' few articles that is free

nitrogen. It requires the use of the I exquisite perfume and by all pronounced I was also an honored/ member of the !,""IIII..d on the* si,air of I mile to 1inch I from alcohol, narcotics and poison.
1 land for a year to produce a crop ofF most. delicious It ripens ( ;raid Army of the Republic." At the a scale which shows the physical If It does not do all that is claimed

clover or timothy, and but from in the early winter and can be kept ;I close of the \war :Mr (Cole engaged/ in I twenty-sixth annual meeting of features! of the country in very interesting for it, your money will be refunded

four to five months to mature a crop fresh. several weeksJrapes. the inc-rcantile "u"n.sh'h.. , he followed the Florida State Multicultural Society .. / detail. 'BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO
of cowpeas. The Florida farmer G; (Of) t the native vi uatUiwthere I ( successfully.. until his advanced will take) place at Me Land, Fla., .
t Show; Altitudes Buffalo N. Y. U. S. A.
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can raise a spring/ crop, plant cow- are two types, the Mustadine" .vials pit vrnted him giving it attention I beginning/ Tue,>,lay April :J!!ltll. and
and ( Listing I through Wednesday: Thursday !- \Vitb these maps the pupils can cletermine Sold i I Ki",.. Drug' Co. Kissimniee
peas in June or July and ill October S"U"JI'I'IIUII (Of these there I and ham then until he .insvvc-ieil" .v simmee -
harvest n One crop of hay. He an err many varieties obtained by ".1-.1I I\111' summons' Ins turn* vv.is -pent! in and the futeiiuon of. l-'iulay The the altitude of their homes I loriela;
and the .steepness[ of the hills and ___. _______
then sow crimson clover, vetch, burley I tiun' ;aid! hrnligation, of those of n.o.\ing| i-ompamonsbip' ..f his. numbers of the progiam committee h -
or oats for winter pasture.. There another origin. Thenale 'one-old, t hil'lienKims i die nohard tit work and they expectto mountains' ,'"llmathe grade: of wagon of thef! .I. Applications and remit.

.I are I several other valuable forage \Delaware) 1',,<,HIII lon, Niaganitaml : I'cii.v (Cole pa-s d l fioni'among have -omcthing interesting,( '/ and road, work.. out. .simple engineering tance's .should. I IK- made to the Director
such
problems the
crops easily grown Kspeciul" mention many others I that glow to [peifectionVegetables the li\ '"gllhout the seint me I tt.vit.g: to gel some" noted speakers as drainageof nl' I the I'mted' 1 Slates Geological; Survey -

,, t I should be made of Japanese cane' (Vlery, potatoes, cabbage ILunr t of pain, aage .alone \vathe. on hOII", ull"1.<1 topics" Del.and .Is.. ->\\ ;amt',1! dam Mies for theron.uucUun Washington, 1)I). C, who willuoniptly
of
and velvet beans, which produce enormous onions :and idler vegetables in i 'ui-i\ "I'I the h.iucls' of I the lex-It} of (tniK one of flu pn-tlKst, 1 ami) nl crops. ear lots, (at times full trains! ) ale I I.. 'mug l lavi'tt I j. in i niontbs Inh.uj I inland townin, thetale It I is water (to imaginary towns or for irri- .
--
Cassava is a very utilising" .shipped t woman' '.ii". its. a mistake to

and is cultivated, for its starchy moneymaker \ and for, home use ale' grown .\ laid fiiiiuf- "Kniu,. It,1' ,unl.v aitn M-rsitj and) 'it well I be well Worth t the 1.1I110a" line,, 1,1 eaii.ils along themast talk alioul,, ,ilnving men to tlrink-

r roots which are extensively grown in every month' ,, in' the t year The products |' --.on, ot (I'i nM, lint, 11 he. w;ts ailed to trip to see" the )buildings,/ ami equipments I feasible) routes, establish. lookout with mii-t of '(-m you hato hold

the tropics for human food and for of tile -"il! are mote v.tiledthan mi.-It t i 'mlo tin- 1"1\\1.:1.1',: arin\" I of this Iii"isihuol.. to suy nothing and signal stations un high points.. ,I'.,ll'"l the reins to )keep 'em from
live stock and for the manufacture of'' those. of any other .state. in the I n"I "11'ma I n- left :Saturday; f"I''f ]' about the I'ortieultuial meeting 1 for the control of forest. fires, anti tuning their doses in it.

f; starch. A fairly good sod! will yield :, Union and C'enttaJ Florida b.is the M 1/.11111 r."-"- ..,11..!.. .Illinois... ..... '.in.,. i-lunr.. ..... .. or I The c'ntei'tamment committee o( De- plan many other similar activities

*. from 5 to 7 tons per acre, and with soil and climate too and does produce, his el
< extra care a yield of 12 tons is reF i them all and manv more. Cenlt.ilFlorida 1 I.ml: l to le-t b.v' the side of tho-e of his that the members can hay would Jk .Spratf wife at no 1 L i U T

;*. corded. I is a land of perennial "sunshinewhere / \\ ,if., who. pieieiled Jinn into ctctnity indulge in and not conflict with the The Geological; Survey has published -

Pecans, The possibilities of commercial vegetation is always. grown,' Kist .veals' ago 1'bey were aceomIp.ni.cil regular/ meeting At present there 2,200: : topographical atlas sheets, S.Vt
'pecan growing are 'where biids sing and (lowers bloom I to the ill, pot by members of is a movement on foot to wind up the covering about 40 per cent of the i t

j ? :I bright and when an orchard is established very every day '111 the year 1' the/ !total lodge .of Masons, the local horticultural meeting/ with an excursion United Stales, and on receipt of $:'J

} I will last several generations. I "Where the lemon tie, blooms i I post ((i, A. K, acting}/ body ual'd. to Panama, stopping at Colon, from any teacher it will supply !r>0

This should be an especially attrac Where the gold orange /grows in the l >o<'eiised leaves three HOn!, (C. A. Panama, Kingston/ ,, Jamaica, and Havana different maps selected with reference

rs tive proposition to young men. There forest's deep gloom (',,1., of Winters, Iowa and Lake- Cuba. The steamer will leave to the particular requirements

j is a growing demand for all kinds of Where a wind ever soft from I the blue ( l.i"d. Fla. .1. F. Cole of McKinney, Key West on :May :3rd, which will justfit of the class it is proposed to instructin

,, nuts and heavy importations of foreign heaven blows I T1'a, ,, 11 K. {'ol.. of this city, and two into the dates of the meeting. this new kind of geographic study.

I grown nuts are made each year. ,, And the groves are of !laurel and I daughters, Mrs.. A. C Hull of Kiowa Last year a similar trip was taken This selection will include, besides the

; ( The value of those imported in 1908, myrtle and rose." Kan, and Mrs C, II. King of Mount by the society to Cuba, and everyone map covering the area where the

't: the last date at hand, was $9,563,742. 'i' J. T. BEAI SS. I( Carroll, Illinois. claimed that they had a most enjoy- school is situated (provided such map

Pineapples. But 'St. Cloud, Florida. able time. This trip will be a longerone is published), other maps showing all ,
a very small area JENNINGS-CAMPBELL< and will include a visit to the the
physiographic forms to be 'found
of the United States is I
adapted to Something that Will be of interestto much-talked of "Big Ditch" in Pan- in I
: ; the cultivation of this delicious fruit BANKS WILL CLOSE ON I the United States-seacoast areas, I !Simply' b.can"e .he did'.. tear that ..T
many people in Kissimmee is the ama, and a stop-over at Kingston
p; the tint mention of which we have ,ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY ; I hilly country, swampy-areas, regions - ..
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marriage. of Miss Henrietta Jamaica for --- -- -
t Jenningsto taking eleven days the of innumerable' lakes, areas -'
; "';';tr :, a any Roman record naturalist was by Flinty the elder, 'Francis: Campbell which took placeat t ip. Members anticipating taking I dense forests,'areas with woodlands showing Jack Spratt would eat no fat,
and Notice
author A. D. to'PatronsI '
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*- Fort Myers, Fla., on Wednesday, this trip should notify. the secretary, interspersed with streams lakes j
23-97 who many ,,
described
v it as "food fo the 16th inst. Mrs. Campbell is the Mr. E. O. Painter, Jacksonville, Fla., ,, and other natural features. His wife would eat no lean! So
4 the Gods and
I should be Please observe
plucked only that.Saturday, April eldest. of Mr. and send in their
I I II daughter and Mrs. L. membership fee of
by the hand of Venus." :Maps Sold at Nominal Price Thus between the two of them
Florida has the 2 : I be
; I a legal/ holiday in the M Jennings, who lived in Kissimmeefor $1. All members are given the ad-
a greater area of suitable If 'less than GO desired '
land are
P maps
I than ,
i all the other States combined. The State of Florida. On this account the I many years prior to 1903; but whoare vantage of any special rates that special selection of a less number will a n y'ed eat a meat chop claan.
1. banks of in business be made.
this city will be closed on now at La Bi.lle. She may
exports from the Hawaiian Islands i i be made on request. and furnished atthe
that date Any matters of business, was one of the brightest products of
being on an average of $7.ri,000! () per pertaining to tiansfers-of the Osccola. High School, from which I Very Vlfi-nl minded. retail rate of 10 cents a copy. The Long and Short of
money or .
annum mostly to the Pacific coast :Mast of these maps, each of winch
pay mil, .should be arranged the .she was, /graduated in the year 1901 Pat and :
on ,
/ an Englishman boastwig
states Porto .Rico, Jamaica, San I were on the 1-mlle scale covers about 22.1I it is, That We Have The
day previous.STA7'l ... after which I she spent three in | _
years of the
I Salvador and the Bahama Islands ,I, variou times they had I I square miles, or 150,000 acres, have1H'.n
HANK (OF KISSIMMEE. college in Lexington, Ky, where she been attacked\ Fat and
4 contribute to the supply, but none ex- by alJsent.mi ntlp .Il"S, made at a cost. for surveying and Lean of it.
CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE also took a business course. Forseveral : "Oh "
cell in quality those grown in Florida. I says thlcEnglishman. "I remember (engraving of ,$:{IiOO! to $GOOO each,
t years she was a stenographer once when going to business ''
Citrus Fruits Of the quality of /{ and the wholesale price of (6 i rents
TOO LATE in Hoston, Mass., during which time' I IS YOUR CHOICE
1' our citrus fruits but little need be I thought/ I had left my watch at apiece covets only jibout the cost. of ,
she studied the
said as it is a well :Master. mandolin and voice home, and actually took it out of mypocket paper: and If
wnown fact that of the house-"I've been printing. the areas FAT
OR
culture at the LEAN?
of Music
Conservatory to if 1 had
see time to back
they contain a greater amount of delicious for go : were surveyed and the '
: waiting you just one hour. in both of which she became maps publish-
very home for
it.
juice than those grown else Mistress of the house-"Before we ficient. pro- eel 1 by a commercial concern, these
where. were married you said that you wouldbe efficient Mrs. Campbell is also very I "Well, that's nothing," rejoined Pat. ;! maps would need to be sold for not
with the
-, Bananas. While piano. "One night I woke up feeling/ uncomfortable less than SAM STORY
these $2 to
are grownto willing like Jacob, to wait for me The home of Mr. and Mrs. $:'J each. The survey
some extent, Florida does not rank twice seven years." Campbellwill and_ it wasn't until thin I II 1 also sells an excellent wall about \
I be in Lakeland for the map PROPRIETOR
present, found out I had
as high as South and put me trousers to i 4 I B feet
Central.Amer- Master (five I by ,
years married) -"I unmounted (in three
sections
where will -
ica or the Islands they begin housekeepingwith bed and<1 had hung mesilf over the( : for HULL BASS MARKET
'jJi : of the Pacific. only wish I had. ), fiO cents. This may be in- I I
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1. with a combined population a bun THE: INTERNATIONAL girl In, London. She ti the
-1 SENATOR BRYAN,, dred million' consume 20,000,000 i daughter W 'thd late John 1

boxes, Is it not fair to 'suppose that MOONLIGHT FETEAT She number's her"7riends by the

DEFENDS HIS ACTION the three hundred millions of Europe and she seemed to have every .

would supply a demand sufficient to that a, young girl could wish.- ;' ..
.... consume the"'total foreign productionof she longed to go on tht"stage. .. '.,, '
PROVED I '
PARADISE
ISLAND
fifteen million boxes. The was fascinated by: what is :: ;
1 SAYS'HE IS A REAL DEMOCRAT capita 'consumption of''the United per GREAT Sl/CCESS/ .noTli SO., glamour of the footlights. She 'f

States and Canada 30 oranges,that CIALLY AND FINANCIALLYContributed know, of course that most of

761 f r of .Europe 1%, and is It not but fair I glamour, is "out in, front" .,

the.vs.. WILL VOTE TO LOWER DUTY ON to'assume that the Europeans have as much' behind the (scenery. Her '

CITRUS FRUITS BECAUSE' I keen'an appetite for a fine fruit as'' No more (perfect 'night) could havo venture but illustrates''' "I 'T I"
the people.of the United states ; are to magnify and long for : : Eo'
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM been chosen for the moonlight fete ,
From what source do the 'Which.'we'. do not have. Many "
PLEDGED REDUCTION 'j.r'nl..d growersof than Friday evening the 18th. Not a ,
a: who .earn their living on the
the United States fear competition 7 ,
ripple stirred the water as the Rose _.
'"" Not' Spain Palestine would envy John Bigelow's &
'hin..n.1 nor Italy, nor ada was seen rounding the corner of
States ;Senate; w nor Japan, for they are too remote to Paradisd Island, and as the jay crowdof daughter. The boy envies age

*< D. C., April 19th, 1913. 1 Compete Possibly Porto Rico, CUba, passengers made their way from age envies the "barefoot boy, SALE K
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Editor of the Valley Ja'zett' ; and Mexico-producing- told less the dock( a charming 'picture for a cheek'of tan. It is human home, 7'acres grove-convenient to
lip the than 400,000 boxes. desire a change of condition, of '. ..
of 'United term -
The -
orange growers : picturesque setting met their view. easy r,
tL: States are contending on the one hand The groves of Spain, especially Mrs. Meiklejon's house!, which 'of surroundings. Riches from Ry. station 5 acre bearing

Vea that a rate of eighty cents a box is those of Valencia and other southern stands amongst great oak trees, was cloy, just as poverty causes grove, just the place for com- v'
nd necessary for the preservation and ''provinces from which the greatest gaily lit with Chinese lanterns and The man or the'woman who is privileges. $6000. Favorable
t.heI I' supply is drawn, have been infected fectly satisfied with his or i
-est. protection of the industry, and from every small tree and palm in
for several past with red scale, rich or ,poor, is rare. Rich girls HOME
Ways and Means Committee, on the' years the grounds glowing lights vied with
rftd other hand, for the reduction of the I I which is regarded as a most serious the fireflies to help the moon. At the as poor girls, are often "stage cottage and 2 large Iota adjoining

box*. enemy of the citrus family. I shall -Savannah News. home. $3300. Easy ..
:Oft rate to 35 cents a gate stood two little flower girls Miss terms. .
\,. t A majority of the committee is'''oppose the importation of oranges Katherine Carr, dressed as a rose and There Is more philosophy is Ry. and market, school and church

rented pledged to a revenue rate which con- from any county where there is a Miss Ada Louise Simpson 'as a poppy above passage than a mere 10-room residence, tenant houses,

eI)., templates the importation of foreign 'citrus infection and to that end have who welcomed the guests as they glance might reveal. It payment. Full particulars to in '
? for in other introduced in the Senate! an amend- one of the fundamental traits
no dark
an. oranges, way can crossed the lawn. Merry eyed
revenue be raised on oranges than by ment to exclude such oranges from I Rigrioritas came languishingly through human beings. We want grove. 127 acres adjoining Lake

a tax on orange importations. our imports. I am in favor of that the dusk selling sweet-meats from the have not and when we get it, county road. About 7 acres bear- r T

:mig If the Democrats in Congress'are sort of protection to the industry but I Italian candy booth over which Mrs. are not satisfied. The News hammock, 3 flowing well, 6-room

true to their platform and pledges it not one through tariff legislation. Bullock and Mrs. Stanford presided. says that the boy envies age About 3 miles from city limit
Frankly, I am of the opinion that I envies-the "barefoot boy, with .
pJo. in inevitable that a rate will be established If one knew them well one recognized
inviting importations of the Florida orange needs no protec- ( beneath the jay scarves and jingling of tan." 110N PROPERTY

don foreign oranges, even though there tion, and I doubt... if the bill. at 35 l r beads Mrs. Norton. Mrs. Sears and We all recall the story of beginning 1-4 mile from city limits

its may be none, just as there will be cents a box, will raise any but an insignificant Mrs. Bryan. the great who longed to be a I than 2J/2 mile from Ry. station. ;,

safree rates on other articles of foreign production revenue. The Florida orange Then to the piazza which with pine queror. He conquerer the bearing grove and other improve-

now barred by the Republican stands in a class by itself. It I branches and cypress had been deck- known world, but was he Part of this land when grove it

iOn. protective tarries wall. If the Demo- Hells in Canada for more than it sells ed to represent a German garden and No, for we read that he wept Entire tract $40 per acre on '

nee! crutH are not true to their pledges and in the United States. The orange where small tables with shaded lights there were no more worlds to i

led. platform the protective wall should growers attribute this to a' combina- j invited the guests to coffee, frankfurter -

'0y he maintained, the people will be unrelieved tion of buyers. Nevertheless, the sandwiches and German cakes. quer.We are all children, after all, I COMPANY, ,) ,\

of the burdens under which buyers have not the power to force i, The Alsatian coffee stall from which ing out for the things we KISSIMMEE FLA. :

they huvejaborecl, and the party will the public- to pay more for a Florida the goodies were served, so quaint attracted by the glamour of vK''

im. I I..- judged unworthy of trust and its orange than the Florida orange is i I and pretty with its bunches of red tant.-Punta Gorda Herald. 1r t
ilcsimy determined. worth. I If the buyers get what it is :, lilies and salvias its blue and white .

- O ran Res are a luxury and properly worth, why not the producer? Dothey table) cloths and, curtains and huge a
mit- than ? If they do not, whose fault is |I reminded of PASSOVER OBS RV r
(;
( me> under a higher rate neces1tics. German steins one some
etor4ur I shall support a luxury\, rate 'it?! |I I of the quaint little resting places one THIS = '
DURING
lout not one that is protective. 1 could 1 wish to suggest also that the i encounters in travelling: down the ",: thej Proof: j

will i.ot do more without feeling that I had greatest. initial development of the 'I German; Khmo. Smart waitresses' in -- ........ .e .'.

deserted my part, and this I know orange industry was between 1H7T! and )black and white with jaunty "blue Al IMPORTANT FEAST ON .! for the . ::1
I JWI3: to which time the tariff onoranges
would up heads waitedat
bows their
t the Florida orange growers not satian" on
DAR CELKBKATEU) BY
" to have IIIU do. was 2(6 cents a box. I I the tables and handed one dainty' GAS ENGINES

, Will the orange industry l he injured Very respectfully, menu cards. in the form of a wooden OF THE COUNTRY.The Stationary and Marine
hold N. P. BUY AN. I work I told af Miss I __ I
l I.>> a lower rate? This can l be determined sabot the am
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rom not upon an argument based --- - -- ''Huy. who with Miss Turville helped Feat of the Passover I r
TilE DARK CLOUD LI-.iamS: ;
upon apprehension and fear, l but )by Mrs. Sharpe and Mrs. Borsu in chargeof Monday and lasts all this Hoisting Engines

facts alone. Appointments of divers and sundry' the stall to make it a great success. this annual feast of Passover,

I..r From the statistical departments 1 nature are coming from the White I i The living room of the house had or .of unleavened bread, is Line of Supplies i

have gathered some facts which I sub- House daily-and Joe Lee holds his for the time being been convertedinto brated in Jewish homes and Purposes

mit. The world's production of or- joh.I a Japanese tea room. Tall vases I gogues. .

anges in 191U: is estimated as follows: I Collectors, postmasters, attorneys, 'I of chrysanthemum, of almond and I 1'esarh, the annual feast of MACHINE CO.

The United States (boxes) 20,000,000Spain I judges are being made and unmade- 1 cherry blossom flowers beneath the over, the oldest fast of the r

_ -_ - -- - 10,121,563 and Joe holds his job. | Japanese lanterns .and three dainty calendar, dates back well nigh I, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,Haly _ _ _ :3,530,823\ : Senators and Congressmen from little ladies from the land of the three hundred years. The 4l--tpl "+ t

i Palestine . __ _ __ 73i,127:\(\ Florida hustle to the White House and I rising sun served iced tea and fruit ing of spring has its normal

Porto Rico _u. _- - :m.4il( back and tell Wilson and McAdoo that salad to the throng of visitors who and its practical symuo'jsrn: :+ to .
_ _ Joe Lee i 1 poured into their domain. Many -- ----- 1 u
Japan . -. - 176,732 i I the people are howling-and people primitive people. Tlio:
| his found it hard to recognize beneaththe
Cuba - - - 45,123 holds job. I aspect of this holiday is seen 4'w. "
kimonos and huge sashes Mrs. Long Distance
High priests of the progressivesorate phrase "That it is to be kept e
:34.JJ29.829! ! ? and write and consult and sug- I Livingston :Miss Canning and Miss season of the month of Phone 296 .

Of thih total of practically :35,000-\ I gest-and Joe Lee holds ..his job. I Robertson) who were !helping Mrs.Clarke when the barley sown in
i White office holders are being daily i and Miss Collingston in this
become and when
ripe an
000 Imxes the United States produces
im succeeded by Democrats-and Joe Lee :i department at the fair. At the right of thing
r 8 per cent and the remainder of the '! consisting an omer ( -
p I holds his job. as one went into the house one saw r
lon) of barley was brought in'
world 42 cent.
per' I A chieftain among the progressives, a mystic sign announcing that Ma- right time t
!
In 1908 we exported 654,000 and in tude to the giver of all good. ,
I
stamped and accredited "originalof dame Leta the fortune teller of Eu.ro- '
I a' ' '
1912, 1,200,000 boxes of oranges. Of of The historical significance the right way' .11# 1 '
the Wilson clan, a white .man and pean fame would outline the fate ,II, ; : :: .
this quantity Canada .took 1,150,000. her festival has over-ehadoyed its ,
I internal who to
a Democrat, waits for the those were willing cross t
boxes. ; revenue collectorship of Florida- and palm with silver. Huge black cats cultural\ aspect. As the of planning, preparing , '' '-X4: i(4'. ill
of Freedom it commemorates the -
In 1912 Canada imported oranges the shimmering campaigns for
beneath
witches -
Joe Lee holds his job.What's and riding >
boxes of of Israel from of Trade, Munici
and grapefruit, :3,218,000\ cipation r'
wrong, boys-Tampa Tri- I new moons outlined the doorway ,
States supplied bondage and his entrance into
which the United bune. i where Mr. Saunders in oriental <
:250,2H7! : boxes, or all but 207,743:\ costume stood directing people whereto nity and destiny of national I
boxes. If Canada which admits citrus thus macks the birth of the !
LUCKYFreshie '
HOW
of find their fortunes. [ [ ADVERTISERS
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fruit free, imports ho insignificant a people and the first ; ;
1 (in phychology)-I was The mystic, :Syrian:; in real life -
he quantity from countries other than the Here two million people ysi
Miss Saunders made a great success
just wondering.
United States<< with a tarriff of5:\ t forth as free citizens without : :
Prof What? of her talent and all evening long the
cents a box, would be deluged with ;' I of blood having been spilt or a \
t filled with eage'r to !
Freshic--How luckie it is a fish booth was people
destroyed
foreign oranges and the industry unsheathed. The main FLORIDA'G
? i| does not have to cackle every time it | know their fate. Then with" the de- of its celebration has always
I lighted children we must pay a visit
If the United States and Canada lays an egg.PROTECTION mestic; in the homes the i
| to the American cabbage patch, where the invited friends gather on Vaults a Specialty j i
-
I Miss Tracey as Mrs. Wiggs did a \ '.
and second evenings to recount
-M-fr usiness in "truck" gardening. '
till roaring *
ii mi ii n 111111 n and and amid BRONZE
story
.
Everyone wanted a cabbage appar- '
holism the deliverance of I IV Ir
most enduring monument J
SERVICE : ently and the proprietor of the patchin e,
The main symbols of this i
spite of her voluminous skirts and ; Will not get moss-grown '1'1
Service the roasted lamb
arc
heavy paisley shawl was kept busy '
\
minding them of the lamb crumble. Is more artistic ; i
them and dispensing the
digging up
.. (Clq! lt J 11 13 jK presents found beneath them: and in raelite slaughtered as a ::: \ expensive i _
this she found ready helpers in Miss the covenant; second the ; "
Write and I will call.
: me
Aultman, Master Roy Carr and Mas- unleavened bread to be eaten

- )ir I ter Dick Bullock. The three pirates the whole week, recalling not KISSIMMEE P. O. : : i
who apeared upon the scene were unknown hasty preparation 11111111 mi iniiiiiiiii i

:. to most !of the people present, hurried out of Egypt but --- =!!!!
but we had strong suspicions that they absolute reliance upon God and 1 ','
: IN KISSIMMEE: FLORIDA were the shades-though substantial ness to trust His leadership of ; Ii ..

oVies, of some of the early Spanish and the bitter herbs, suggesting :

voyagers indignant perhaps, to find ly the bitter life of their (1

I this Paradise Island. invaded by a in Egypt which, even today, Rates _
modern throng. lost their poignant application.Two
'f Our Savings Depositors TO '+
Mrs. W. J. Stattler Carr and Mrs.R. other symbols of the x

I W. Meiklejon, who -organized and orations ought to be noted; ; ,

Will please bring in their Pass Books and managed the fete; wish to express the four cups of wine allowed ., sY
their thanks to all the ladies and gen one are strong reminders of of \

have entered the accrued interest for the tlemen who by their generous help fold phrase in which God 1 1.' -

f made the affair such a success and especially first "Declaration of Indepe Meeting ; "

first quarter. to those who uhdertook the and the cup of wine meant :

.; i duty of transportation, etc., who were Prophet Elijah who, always Exchange _
j Johnson Mr. F. Vans in spirit, brought ever anew '
received to the tenth of this !Mrs. Clay Ag- VIA k
Deposits up I
J r >w, ,Mr. R. W. Meiklejon, Mr. Geo. sage of undying hope of the 9

month will bear interest from the first. i Saunders, Mr. Seth Tyson, Mr. J. reign of universal justice, COAST LINE ::1 'i

Davis, Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew, Mr. and peace.
i
Boise, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Woodham and The feast of the Passover
: account. 15th and 16th. with +
invite
We your I Mr. W. J. S. Carr. Mrs. Bryan and lost its thrilling significance April 22nd. f ,
Miss Brainerd by their alert advertising modern Jew. To' those still

helped materially to promote the slavery in Russia and w

success of the<<: evening. sings the song of i ultimate reservations call on
I ; \ while to those living under the
> Agent, Kissimmee. Fla.
!PerCcnt.lntcrcstonSavingsAccounls I! THE THINGS WE HAVE NOT flag of freedom it teaches the u'

: There has been widespread com- lesson of gratitude together J. G. Kirkland

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT ment in the last few days upon the appreciation of the higher civic D. P. A.

:, sudden disappearance oft. a rich and and responsibilities of *

-7 socially prominent young American liberty. (
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P' PA.GE, 4. KISSIMMEE VALLEY G \'H'fT&' FRIDAY' APRIL 25, lira;;
\;. c _I.. THE

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? being between the social life in Us B. C h/IILLER/ BUYS *,
The KissimmeeValIey\ Gazette. 'i [ ?J'The acceptation as of exclusiveness1/ and

II Florida Legislature I.I' I. the more democratic Idea of being ac- :. M. H. PORTER'S FARMNEW

;'l PDBU8HED KVBRT FRIDAY OFFTO B IN' VALLEY GAZETTE] BUILDING. cessible to all; there nothing exclusive -
.'1;. KI83IMMEB. O8C1EOLA. COUNTY FLORIDA. -- the
Trammells in
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ft-; ', W. B. HARRIS -i.; . . Owner. Legislature-begins upon its third week the side of the corporation is present popular.) Mrs. Trammell has a THE:
HIGHEST
,FARM UP TO THE
S. J. TRIPLET, Editor and Manager with the members settling down to r.d t.here'ls always a tendency to agree sweet voice and sings .in the Baptist

--'-' -- ..- tho routing with an. accustomedness with the poular .side,. but the matter choir and the Governor takes a '&ctlve STATE, OF I'En. CTION.,

' .. that betokens good work. for the bal- was so plausibly presented by the! part 'in the Sunday school and church -
r SUBSCRIPTION RATES; One copy one year -.-.........11.50
On copy '>l xmonthi ._._____._ .T$ One copy, three month, ...... .40 ance of the session.\ trained men of the telegraph company work A deal of considerable Importancewas

.. ............-. .. Those who have observed legislative that there was brought aboutan : J. II. KEESE. consummated this week
that it unlooked for attitude on .the part when B.
sessions know generally
.,c All communications, except from our authorised correspondents, must b..Ilrned I C. Miller purchased the farm of
by the writer.. requires a period of flambouyancy on of some members. It is entirely need TO WALK OR NOT TO WALK M.
II. Porter located about
r Rejected matter will not bo"turned unless called for ie part pf some and quietude on the less totake, up apace here to go into Referring to the article in lastweek's three miles
___.:.__ ____ . _ ____ _. ...f__. _.._ .__ _._. bill far this desirability northeast of this city. r
part of others before affairs reach the merits of the or so as Valley Gazette on the ,
i Entered at the ?ostofflce In Klsslmmee, Florida, as econd-cla mall matter. will The farm contains forty-five ac.)
their sane level. The first few daysof session is concerned that matter 'of walks across the Broadway ..
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i' the session are always taken up be nettled' soon. parking strip, the Civic League has
: FRIDAY APRIL 25 1913.SUFFRAGETISM ductive in this section, but Mr. Miller
In its
with debate on the number of committee the matter under advisement.
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: "- ::: : The bill which was passed requ""lnlobbyists spare no expenseto
of Hoc finds
clerks and the number J journals search for precedents the ety--t

-MAY IT NEVER FIND A FOOTHOLD IN FLORIDA to be printed, accompanied with to register was passed! witha that a walk, to be in consonance with make it the greatest revenue pro
i 5 ducer in the state. It is his
rush in the house. There was differences intentionto
much speech making and numerous artistic environment, must have some
t We have ever fostered the hope that surTragelisrh would not find its way resolutions that in the end amount: to also regarding the advisability object besides utility. Informationfrom at once begin a series of experiment

into this Slate, but that hope has been shattered and we are now called on to nothing, for legislatures, like human of this/ measure. The fact' is that various towns shows no crossings as to what is the most vale.able .
not a single lobbyist who wa in Tallahassee crop to cultivate, and when that
about
bound to be. of
beings are just on the parking/ strips streets
for of cherished and hallowed
mourn one our most memories. left .since the bill question is settled to into
the same and no one is any great Jm- has passed similar to our Broadway. Philadelphia go that line
r Born of parents who had lived up to the traditions and teachings of their irovement on the other-though interested and the fact is that there are more shows Bainbridge street with a on a large/ scale. There is already a

forefathers-that upon man devolved the duty of providing for the family parties may make claim -that here now than there were previously.So division apparently identical with our splendid citrus grove on the farm, as

and bearing the. burden of attending to the business and political end of life such is the case. The result of this the question is, what good has Broadway, and no crossings. well as many varieties of fruits, principal .

and that upon woman devolved the duty of caring for the home and guidingthe session's< attempt at economy to begin been aci-oniplisficd, True, the operations i Is it not possibly a mere habit tofl'l.1 i among which are the guava
of t the corrupt lobbyists are made )I'a'h., apple' and plum.
numberof i
with is that the usual
that one mils! cross the park on ,!
footsteps of the children in (he religious and moral walks of life it is
clerks is being employed and the I more timorous but the difficult matter Broadway?! Our own experience I I
natural that we should resent any attempt on the part of some women to lessen to determine is which are which.Th'e .. I
usual number of 'journals is being
seems to indicate that it i is, for previous A. f. KRITZ BUYS
y our love admiration and esteem (for that nobler and grander sex which we printed and perhaps more bills >than ,: { measure does not forbid lobbying to the building( up of the westside j I

were taught '10 believe and do believe is so far and beyond man thai a comparison : ever are being printed. The question '''' : it merely makes it obligatory: upon of Broadway the short cut to I| MODEL LAUNDRY

ii of ihe Iwo is odious. I is one I that has two sides!> us a' persons who wish to lobby to ;jrotpermission I Church street, was across lots; but I I II

1 We men of( ihe South and especially of Florida place our women on matter of course. There are always |I I to do so. The rightot petition ]I now that the houses obstruct, onemust '

sonic members who insist upon holding | t cannot lie denied and if lobbying perforce -go/ around yet it is j I i \M> WILL MAKE IT THE EQUAL
jQ pedestals, and believe and !know they are our-superiors. We treat them with expenses" down ton point that wen- forbidden altogether tiler";
not considered advisable
' 0"'n '
t tenderness and care and ?liowthem courtesy and the most polite attention. would forbid any sort of adequate would lie no fhance for persons up necessary I IN Kljril'.MKNT( ; : OF ANYrmtY
1 ! to cut a path through: the I
We believe them to I be loo good': and pure and noble and grand; lo place in the service, ii Oil this' i.s J plainly contrary to I pranng in the interest of /good 'bills) houses. And further at the time It., L \ FLORIDA.! .

walks public >ilir In/ the matter ,,of employing ,inagainM, (evil bills, to be heard.
lormnon ol (the daily grand of( commercialism and political chicanery. J | >: was first suggested to put a iiirliingaround '

!t ti We take great pads in protecting them against the hard knocks to which we J ) : committee cleiks) 1 there I"! :,' The Waili's claim has vorne up againat the park this was objected, ( to Mr l \ I' I K I i il'i., who moved to this
without doubt the semblance, at least the! that !
ground "teams could ,
1 on not I iiiv: a couple of :; and
men are subjected. nf undue, tins session mid if it lint dispo.sel' | :year ago pur-
I 'i wii-tt1. There are many: ,
And we say again thai we resent the attempt of any woman or band ol 'clerks, who do nothing; they get: on of ,it t i.s liktly to. keep roniing. up Tot di-vi' urn.elearns( ; had been in' t Inhabit . i based( ;" 'ga| -rly at Kissimmee Park,
of driving across, :and habit, 'is.ctrng. I-a week
i purchased' ( the Kissimmee
lo tear down for the hue and and clamor that 'the payroll for andvote 1 the rest of all D ate. A ,lull. has .tniiiitioduced "
women our reverence cry is : J political reasons I () TIIo'I..n'h have I Ivvhuli
people' : a Model I
and will
aundry it
give hisperunal
I to enable ("ol Wades.. to
: abroad in the land (for what is called "equal suffrage" nothing short of( : they know 1 that they have thusirliU'Ved ( pruuab' applies here "II faut attention,
MMthe :Stallfor; the amount .of the )
ing our women (from that pedestal of( love devotion and esteem and lall-// ;[unduly, active their positions they are, not ..money due him for I the colU-i'tion. of .siilifFrir..... .. ,minr--.-. .".s*.i-n. ...,it..t-i.. ).I.-.->-.ii,->." .,i..,,.,../1 I, The laundry ,is I already equipped

n r energeticj .. .. ... .. . which, fieely translated thatit
.. means
ihem
on the common level with man. I il."" iiiiiiiinai I.I VIUIMIS.1. , <.1 minis I. >inai u., with, up-to-date> machinery: and has
j 'Ilieie 1 is no < el 1 trill 'criterion, l by t is to suffer
We are proud lo know that (he Legislature now in session at lallaliasseei I the' :State; held against the UnitedSlates ; necessary: or" to g"11(1( j j.ointthinjr 1 the n-Mitation| of doing a splendid
f. tin h to measure the wok of legislatuics . for the sake uf .lieautjn ,
< composed of( who have such regard (for thai they refused :>1 government: ( for expenst s iiiuiied < las.s of work but Mr., Kritz states
; men women t lo I" but making a random /guess .\ Amerii-un might say ",'\I'I..th/g-1: I Ilias
liming, the :Seniinol; .'olj that lu- intends
< \ to neither
answer the wail of( those women who desired to vole and hold office and carry, ,t arty: be. staled with some suietythiit war. its pro r." I spare painsnor
Slulenr5er: reieived a rent in pa'swat \pi-nse) to make it the equal of.un
j -S guns and acl as jurywomen and arrest drunks and pans; negroes and perfoirnall I one i i' not worse than other "f the lf per cent on iniinhan) 1 However, the <<< 'ivn League has. a ., : in the state both as to equipment

\'. the oilier thing that are obnoxious to ,the delicate' and irfined feeling!;!:* 01( have be been and In: the name token itI .1 I million, dollais. that rollt-cti-il fur plan imbnate as vi'l.: by: vvbiib: v.alk .ind, quality;" of woik' "0"".
I may hrltrrThe 'II
sonic
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th. ; mav) l'ilaid l 1. vvhiih will. lie not.
I' women. I, : :State which the State, had agie< 'I| onlyitiivinient 1 h.ft. I is 111,1 amount of laundrythat

: But if the women slill clamor (for (the right lo play' .oldler and lay brick I aft-r. t the house political is 1'1./1..1)' /idea' of prugres-.R the! da.\:i ''t'i' pay bun/ until hirecently arri-pted < /gentlemen.. but artistic! .. a' wi-ll I I'atiencf. I \I"Mtbnii. shipped from here toniaiby

1 t and haul wood and get fully into the game with man. that before( they again Tin most of them are young! fellowswho I| an uppropluatiuo of .j"OOOhll'h;:! Karl" !i (CIVIC + cities, in the past but Mr.
I'l-t-n' made 'by a ) legislate I I.KAGUK.: (; : '
previous
i, make the attempt to have a suffrage clause inserted in our constitution ,hat are anxious: to I he: in line with in i r i i Kill/ suy.s that tinlass of work his
payment of the $lil.UUO(; ) due IlIn.1: i'J .
laundry will do will be
the end
c k they follow the advice given in the (following letter' lo the Tampa Times. the run of promotions in the political 'Tie!) are ninny" who do not think that i lie South fiends, Lumber Co, has habit In-fore the of that

I .1;. "Editor of the Times : I notice in a recent issue you ask : 'What vineyard, and "since we have a progressive bis acceptance of Ibis, amount relieve.-. pUll hll..d tbc- Woodall Cypress' ('o., summer begins.

E v., has become of those old fashiohed men who. .. !used to write lo tJie newspapers president at Washington andthe lie State of the moral obligation to which manufactured .shingles and will' I /B II "Correll- --- -
and
wife, who
'" j, about woman's true sphere being the home and her proper employment direction trend they of public thought is in that i pay him in full 1 and these will insi .t operate" t that )plant in connection with I I the winter here with their son, spent F. F.I'orrell .
are losing no -
opportunity
rearing children ? that he be given the right to gonto their extensive lumber business in this
<<[ left.
( Tuesday. for their home
to themselves record
"The sensible with much put on as i the courts and !: city.
men ale looking on disgust and fearful thus establish his claim. The i, sit Marion IowaLake
being
forebodings. We are progressive as past history shows but all change is aligned. reason he never received his regular I --
I
fI ;r not improvement and following every new fad is not progress. It is nonsense One of the first things that was i percentage was brought about by apolitical I \

t : to talk about the equality of men and women. Each is superior in done, which by the way was one of I I condition that he could not i

,; their own proper sphere and the sphere of women is the highest on earth the first blunders that was made wa.s control, 11 nd there/ are some who believe I

'J and we deplore the tendency to degrade her. It will be a sad day for our the criticism of the reports sent out that the honor of the State will

.: country when women are degraded to a level with men and thus lose the from Tallahassee concerning their I he vindicated at this session. Shore

r, respect of men. daily doings. It is somewhat generally i

,} "The future of our country depends more upon our women than il agreed among newspaper ml'n'' 'I 1 he Everglades drainage matter, !.> \
does who are entitled to be judges of such being agitated for the
upon congress or legislatures. With a pure noble womanhood such purpose of ai -I j
i r as we now have honored and respected by men. society has nothing to matters that the press service is gen- j 'liorizing' it bond issue of five million '

y fear. I am glad to know that the cranks who marched through the mud erally better this year than has been dollars to complete the drainage work. I' Addition
11
: I from New York to Washington are not fair representatives of our American the rule. The reason for this is This is bound to bring a fight; ;it is .
obvious. Never before have old bone of
, ; women. so many an contention. There arc

55 55v "Now, to settle the suffrage question. I propose that we first register papers been represented, and never several! drainage advocates who are .

v every woman of the state who is a mother of legitimate children and then before have they been organized uni i ih favor of waiting until the amount/ .

f. '* submit the question to these mothers. If a majority of them go to the der 'a system that makes it certain it title nonev_ _v to comnl, f"v.>t.. fh**.*.* wr.i1h.i" BIU4. 1 The Hyde Park of Kissi1111ftee.
t f '" polls and vote for female suffrage adopt it. Require a majority of all that all papers subscribing for the r been positively' I;:determined by: a drai'i- 1 - - -- --- -

i the registered mothers. This would settle the question for I have confidence I service shall receive the same. If age commission It is evident that _

\ in our women to believe that not one in ten would go to the polls." some of them do not see proper to faulty estimates have been prevoi.i'y, I

publish what is sent them that cannot made, :amt mat the confidence ,il I I. ifproji I II Bl'Y A '
NICE
t'4 - -0>- -- KEKIDKNTIAL LOT! IN!
\ ,be THIS
charged up to the reprcsentitties. ct have been assailed n, n I IIMI'ltOVEO AD
i Certain members of the Board of Directors of the Florida Citrus I .
k M Exchange 'Speaker Farris who drew the :. mu'ii'' i I"I'j: ccitain politiciai" s hit IIITIOWIIII.E( : : YOU CAN! <;ET: :NEAR TilE LAKE. THESE(
are out in public statements as to why W. C. Temple resigned as general manager resolution and Representative< Floyd I thi cITict hi < en to cut off ti., ri-ve- I LOTS

of the Exchange and if they are true do not reflect any great amount of( who introduced it saw their error andure pL.eII'! I. would have been derwab'eby WILL MAKE: MONEY FIt) YOl'S .\ Sl'KOILATION; ( IF YOU

t credit upon that gentleman's actions as the head of thai most meritorious quick} to apolo iz('. Floyd madeno I the sale of lands. In favor ofpropoM'd I 110OT! DECIDE TO BUILD. TIIElnIlE: '
t or1 1 bones of admitting that he had the lU'll.DINC n.I .:-
bond
; ; ganization. The directors claim that he was only happy while in the heat I aligned himself with the progressives that it would make issue it it is urged I STKKTIONS);. WHICH I'HOTrXT YOl'ND!
to IOE!
; unnevL-ei.sary EliAS
1 of a scrapping match and delegated himself BEENSPENT :
full(
lo
power lo run the Exchange because hisaw- therein a better I dispose of any state lands until, the
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IN
r in such manner as best suited his wishes regardiess of/ advice of( the governing chance for publicity than otherwise lands were drained and the value established IMPROVEMENTS.( :

:; '; board. We are inclined to believe ihe directors are right as Manager Temple might!/ have been his (chance and that I lieyond any doubt. "

p by offering his the introduction of the resolution was The (Governor's APPLY
magnificent property at Winter Park foi one-fourth its value reception was bet
merely in line with that policy. The to. take
'
proves conclusively that he is full lo the brim of( those qualities place Thursday evening of
possessed
by point of the controversy was that the this week. Since Governor Gilchristwas Clark &
the over-grown bully-ragging youngster. We concede that Mr. Temple has representative of the Times Union a bachelor Governor this is the Meiklejon.Agts

been of much service to the fruit growers of( Florida but his actions during the I who was the one to receive the censure first time that the Governor's man-

past month have caused an awful( collapse in the people's estimate of( his I ; had not appeared on the floorof bioh has been presided over by the

real bigness. the house at the press table a singleUIUII wife of that official/ in four

r J__ _" __. d.-........ 'Wh"n.. ,,'u .h"_,, v.nA'.no. ..o.L.... .._"D_.I.. ..:_.. ...... Governor: Trammell! retained the years.shay

'" -- presented. and hence ,it followed, that and coachman employed by Governor

HOUSE DIVIDES their home in China Maine. This is any condemnation of the Times Union Gilchrifct, and his presence in the I

their second winter here and they representative was a censure of the street riding to and from the StateHouse $1,500 REWARD

ORANGE COUNTY have made many friends who hope towl'll'ole entire press crowd. This merely: gives a capitalistic touch to the
their return next season. shows how far a political
awry opinion office. But the Govenor; docs not always ,
Miss Kstelle Brainerd has been tilling \ may go. Seeking to punish a foe use the carriage and he is quite- Fifteen Hundred Dollars Reward will be
paid for
'!'F"' VOTE ON PASSAGE OF BILL WAS the office of librarian of Kissim- of progressive democracy as they I as frequently seen walking through leading to the arrest and information

I FIFTY-SIX FOR AND FIVE: nice Library and through her wise viewed it they also leveled their censure I i the 'streets. It i is an innate remnant conviction of the party or parties who mur-

i ; AGAINST-WILL I'ASS plans and earnest work much fresh upon the ei-tine. press of the j regal superiority, fictitious or not, dered Carl Milliard, and Raymond Harris. .
interest and enthusiasm< has been State. When this matter
was broughtto that I
causes to L. '
SENATE. I people regard with any H. INGRAM.
aroused among the members of the the attention of the speaker he was j su'ch awe or' the
respect
,t .. Civic League who have the library instant in appearing upon the floor I acts of a Governor; but however presence this or I Sheriff Osceola County.
., in charge, and also among the genl'ralpublil' and making the I
Among the proper apologies.
important measures I may be it is nevertheless true, and the Raymond
acted upon ths week by the (House of Memberships< ; Have doubled passage of the Governor's carriage always .
' Representative .Tallahassee other gains have ben made and lines ;I The bill introduced by Senator I .
was calls forth 'I!
notice
some
if
not '
.! of effort/ I the passage .of the bill by a vote of give impetus | to make telegraph -1'o.lIIm..n,1-. While Governor Gilchrist

i 66 for to five against to divide Or- and future increase to the li- I I companies liable for damag was in the mansion and ho I

: ange county, and as Senator Done- brary.At I I for mental anguish caused by the non- I I I house only during the sessions occupiedI of( who was :;
I has stated that the meeting of the I delivery; of messages in good time
gan he would support Parliamentary I -- I i the Legislature his mother Mrs. with Carl \
: the measure when it reached the class of the A. W. L. last Monday, I siu-h messages, as involve no financial I II ', Gihb-K; acted .as hostess at the 't;

f House, there is no doubt but what it the members gave Miss Brainerd a I|I loss but may :yet contain such; infor- i I entertainments. Mrs. Gibbs mansion was- Hilliardwhen ; }

will go through the upper branch oft unanimous vote of thanks for her I iration which may be of great importance a devotee of such things that to

f the Legislature with practically no gratuitous lessons during the winter i I: to the individuals to which make life more pleasant and was go always murdered -

' i opposition.! and experessed rjjuch regret at her i they are addressed has caused a a gracious hostess. Mrs. Tram- '\ I

(Since the above was written press departure. greater fight than'any other measure. mell is likewise but
proving to be i
a
.. The popu-i
dispatches state that the Senate has --a. lobbyists of the telegraph companies lar figure with all who have I .
yet had.
' I passed the bill creating the county of Some girls waste a lot of valuable have been very active, and the privileges of meeting her. While whose body ,

S 2 r Seminole.) time practicing on the vocal range there can be no doubt, whatever the the Governor was has
'J while their mothers are practicing on fate of the bill that their work has took attorney general' never '
they little in
2h part social life.
It
The Misses Brainerd, 'who have I the cooking range.If been effective. When the session is probably due to this fact largely I been reoorered _

been spending the winter in Kisaim- opportunity only had as many opened there was practically a unanimous that Governor Trammell .'won by" the
z f % # mee, leave next Sunday night for lives as a cat. sentiment in favor ofthe largest majority that
'r 5 a Florida Governor ,
bill -
but
while the
# y campaign lasted
was ever elected-the distinction .

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-., \ FRIDAY, APRIL, 28, 1913. THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY'' C'AZETT.L.. M PA'GE'S.''

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THE..KISSIMMEE Telephone VALLEY No.. 11.GAZETTE The business.'that will be transacted ; :Bargains' at Lawson, ,"great: Saving''',II'OOOOA0000 I 000000. .
;
I'' at the Board of Trade Monday Sale. 18-lt 1

1M Published Every Friday By night should attract the attention of BROWNIES ORCHESTRA! : ,
W. B. HARRIS. every citizen, of Kissimmee. Earl. Buna left Monday for Pitts- ,I::' {! STORES [[jJ

r 1 '-v. -- burg, Pa., his former home.to spend 0 WILL PLAY 0 ..r

rilE S. D. Pecker, the only' real J lawyer the Bummer. ; o' .>i' . .. o
residing at. St Cloud here this <<<
was
..' ON THE BOAT 4 -
;T Great Sale Lawson's 1
\Vcather ReportFollowing week looking after matters connectedwith Saving at beginning 0

the circuit court now in session. line: tomorrow, Bargains in 18-lt all 0 ,and at the 0 MAIN ''STORE......Dickerson Building Phone 250

are the daily temperatures : C. w. Hilliard, Robt, Alderman and 0 NORTH KISSIMMEE ..:; Brack and'Vine, Phone'196 ;"
-neelB. DeWilton Alderman Next Wednesday the Vatican and 0 FISH FRY GROUNDS '0a ,
and are the
precipitation as prominent' men from among Pope Pius.X will be seen at the Pas- o OUR OLD HOME ... Mabbett. Street Phone 224
:, reported by ,the Government Bassenger who ,
f
!f. station at Klssimoiee. for the' are here attending court this week. time. 0 TOMORROW' 0'

liesHer week ending April 24. 1918. You can make no engagements with'anyone Leonard Williams of Loughman wasamong . 0OOOOOOO000000t,0000 The West Kissimmee Taylor's: '

, to do business the prominent out. of .town "A Fair Deal Our PnO."
MAX[ HIM. VAIN < on tomorrow, Only
:)., business men who spent Wednesdayin I. J.-Adams and Guy Gardner have ,
, Friday .. ... . 86 65 for everybody and the kids thrown In
Saturday. . ... 87 67 will be eating fish Southport to- this city. purchased the business carried on

nee Sunday.. . . . 91 60 . morrow. Come to the great Saving. Sale ,at the heretofore by Frank Duke known as
Nuway Pressing Club and
assumed [!] STORES [!]
>ro- Monday . . . 85 64Tuesday . C. D. Carroll, of the firm of Mc- Lawson's. Begins tomorrow. Lasts charge this week. Mr. Gardner

ion ... . .. 77 61 Lean & Carroll, turpentine operatorsat 10 days. It'll pay you. 18-lt will have active management of the

ri. i Wednesday . 79 66 Narcoossee, was among the prominent F. N. Pettigrew and wife, who are business, and under the guidance of
'In.fiat. Thursday . . 81 68!
his
out of town people here Satur spending the winter here, left Wed- hustling qualities it will prove atremenduou8 --
ootO.OOO.O..OO.OOOOO day. financial success 1 .J
for brief visit with friendsat ,
nesday a
''tie having a South Flordia' chautauqua There are no cases of any great importance /f,

'aas -- Senator Arthur E. Donegan laid Winter Park.A John II. Payne, our local bronze 1 circuit. to be tried at this term, ,

4-11 I II II | M'' down the reins of law making at Tal- great Saving Sale! begins tomor- monument man, left on the noon train therefore an adjournment early next .;] ...J; .

In- lahassee long enough to spend Sat- row at F. II. Lawson's and lasts 10 today and will be absent for some I P. A. Vans Agnew was a visitor to week is expected.

va, I THE: LOCAL HELD i urday and Sunday here attending to days. Reductions in all lines. See time. Mr. Payne will make his first Tallahassee this week. For Sale-One Mullins steel launch ';'1

business matter bills. 18-lt stop at Birmingham, Ala., where he ,
I Geo. F. Parker and wife spent Sun- cheap. C. W. Ward. 18-2t ?
has
"
a daughter living, and after a fewweeks'
IIIIII I I M. C. Collins, occupying the positionof Miss Minkie Gardner of day with friends at Sanford. J.
+ IJ IIIIIII.IJ.I_-llill j daughter visit there will go to Indiana ; Those convicted in the county court +

Strand wood $l.2G per strand. fice pressman in the Valley Gazette of- Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Gardner, gave a for a short stay, and then on to Ottawa -| Mrs. W. A. Joyner is spending some for selling whiskey in a dry countywere
received the sad news Mondaythat party last Wednesday afternoon in Kan., for a protracted visit with with friends
Prompt delivery within city limits. time at Oglethorpe, Ga. sentenced to pay a fine of $100 +
YIA his brother-in-law, W. II. Bradford honor of her twelfth birthday. his children who reside there. During -
and costs or 90 days the
M. B. serve on
I'hohe 262, Carson. 10-tf
I had died at Bartow on Sunday. his absence his business here will I Mrs C. E. Denig of Runnymede is chain '
Little Jeanette Griffin, daughter of gang.
Regular meeting of Board of Trade : be looked after by Wm. Sumner.M. spending the day in the city with
II .C Barheau arrived froma
,L Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin, enter- friends.
II. W. Thurman and wife and Miss
Monday night .
I two weeks' stay at his home near tained a number of her little friends S. Shupeand wife left yesterday .. Marion Porter, accompanied by Jos
;
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. Niagara Falls. Mrs. Barbeau and the last Saturday in honor of her sixth for Greenburg, Pa., to remain Mrs. C. E. Irwin and sons, Carl and Thurman and wife, parents of II. A.
: children have spent the winter here attheir birthday the Mr. and Mr Eugene, left Wednesday for Indian-
Apply to II. N. Bratton. lltf during summer. ., Thurman :will leave Sunday for Ger-
I I beautiful home at Ingrain's tendered farewell\ Sun- apolis, to spend the summer.
Shupe were a
in'' Island Aj R Cox, of Loughman, deputy mantown, Pa., for a stay of two
.I.I F Williams, of Basscnger, is of their
day evening by thirty-seven Mrs. John }<'. Myers, who has spent months.
of the Woodmen of the
tin city this week attending court. organizer
friends who assembled their residence .
ck- Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Turner and World,), is in the city working in the at two months with the family of E. C. "
, W. II. Brokaw with.Grlffing Brothers children, who have been spending t the interest of his order, and is meeting and spent a couple of hours in Preble, left for her home at Cincinnation Miss Lena Lord has been appointed -
tales; of as librarian of Kssimmee Libraryfor
e the tree people 40-tf past week with Mrs. Turner's parent, with much success telling bygone days, anecdotes Tuesday.
eating good things and express- the coming six months. Miss 4
'8 "Nehiaska" Johnston and wife, of this
A. W. Winn has returned from a city, returned last Monday to their Edgar J. Oliver and wife of Savan- 'ing regrets at the departure of their Mrs. Sarah Barnhill and daughter, Lord can be depended upon to give

J lniMnesK trip to Macon, Miss. home at Parrish, Fla. nah, Ga: arrived in the city this weekto friends, although their absence wouldbe Margaret, after a pleasant winter faithful service in this office.

be present at the Smith-Carson : of short duration, as Mr.' and Mrs here, left yesterday for Marion, Iowa,

,8I I Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone IIH(; Mrs I.. M. Marsh and little dau h- nuptials. Mrs Oliver is a'sister of Shupe will\ be here again next winter their home. \.r \ Capt. and Mrs. B. F. Hall are expected ?
for wood $121! and $2.00 tei Ethel home Kissimmee to arrive in a few days on a -
your per are again at in[ the .
strand. 0 7tf groom C.; Kucker Adams, the Lakeland So far there has been little done at visit to their son, E. II. Hall. Mrs.
8i having come up from A Ion
8r Park to be here for the closing week The Misses Dutton of DeLand were Chautauqua man, spent yesterday in this session of the circuit court, butas flail's many friends here will be pleas- h

Kiley (Godwin, a )leading cattle] man ei*" the Onecola High School, a'th its here this week to attend the marriage this city It is his intention to return the grarjd! jury adjourned yester- to know that she has entirely recover i

t "if Whittier, was here Monday andlue utter;ilunt examinations. of their cousin, Miss 101 ma Smith, to at a later date and endeavor to day afternoon, the court is in positionto Il'd from her recent illness. i

r I .J"Y.J Dr) Woodfin Carson, which occurred at I interest our .people in the plan of begin the trial of cases today. (Additional Locals on Page 10) r

Hundreds of pounds, of fish, barrels the Baptist church Wednesday night __u_ __ __ __ __ __ _____ le
.J I II. halls, the hustling reill! estateman ,
of eoffe-o. and mountains of l bread will ,
of ughman, spent Saturday :::1.
"The Speckled Band), a massive
i IKat Southport to satisfy the appetites -
here.Julian, of those who there tomor- production in the Sherlock Holmes
go j
I
Ten Percent Ten Percent ,
i Montsdoca Whittier, was row. The whole thing, boat rule and Master Mystery series. Wholesome GOING. GOING.

here on Tuesday attending to business dinner, only 75 cents. thrills, wonderful action, a successionof Reduction Reduction .

mattera. tense climaxes Produced under For Cash For Cash
Monday last Sheriff Ingram play..dchaprone the personal supervision of the author, 'i'.f

A. E. Drought, St. Cloud's live real to six negroes who had Sir A Conan Doyle, in two parts, at t

estate agent was a business visitor been convicted in the county court the Pastime tonight.

here Tuesday. for f selling whiskey in a dry county

He escorted his bunch to a convict Rev and Mrs Bunycn Stephens Clearance Sale On High ShoesAs I'i

'I' Milton;; A Clark and wife, of Davenport camp: near New Smyrna. spent. several days here this week, .

I \ spent Monday here shopping and met with a most cordial receptionfrom :

among our stores.J. Jo d. Canning is in receipt of a letter all\ our people, as a more popu- "fi

from Mrs. Canning, who left ten lar couple never resided here.
; JMr. '
Gilbert a five-room I the summer season is here 4
R. is erecting days ago for Denver, Colo., in answerto Stephens came for the purpose of assisting 1

bungalow for rent on his lot facing a telegram announcing the serious at the marriage of Mitts Elma and we must close out the high shoesto '.
street. r
Aderhold illness of her father, stating that her Smith and Dr Woodfin Carbon

Don't fail to be at the Southportfish father had died the day before she make room for our new spring "i -{
arrived E L. Lesley and R. D. Waring were

fry tomorrow If you do you will the hosts of a pleasant party that en- styles that are arriving daily we :
cease to regret it, ,
never Paul K. Weaver is representing the joyed a few days outing at Camp

B. P. Mikesell, manager of a large Citizens Bank at the annual conven- Hammock last week, making use of make the above reduction. Now j]
tion of bankers now in session at Mr. Wanng's launch for the j
ranch *at Canoe creek was a business Jacksonville. 'It.Is that Mr. trip. is the time to buy high shoes at
said aV
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visitor to the city Saturday. The gentlemen state there was an .. .
Weaver ,it the youngest bank cashier abundance of fish to eat as well as ,. .. ,. ,,, .'.,
O. C. McLean: the Narcoossee tur- in the state, as well: as' one of the soda (1)) pop to drink. Anyhow they ,,, Bargain. / 1\\ '-" .'/!,'
.. \
pentine operator, was transacting: most efficient. had a glorious time, for Lesley and :\ !!;' :.;''' .::: '{\: '} ':j

business here Saturday. Waring don't do anything by halves.
News has reached the city that THIS REDUCTION IS FOR CASH ONLY

An evening( wH spent-a visit to Jeremiah Walker, father of County R. Callis\ of Milan, Mich, who is .

the Pastime Theater, 3pm., every Commisionc"- Frank Walker and J. H. spending the winter in Orlando, pass- i ,

day. Don't forget the children Walker, is I seriously 'ill at his home ed thorough the city. Monday en routeto Ten Percent Percent I Y; '
Dutton-Harris Co.Ten ;
near Hassenger, and that grave fearsare St {Cloud. and while here made a
C. W. Bruns, president of the Nar- Reduction ,
,-II
entertained that he will not survive most pleasant call upon the editor of '

toossoe Monday Farm and from Townsite Cinl' nnati.Co., arrived owing to his advanced age. this paper Mr Callis expressed him- For Cash "Foot Fitters. For Cash

self us more than pleased with our 5 i. '
Wm She-ad and wife, who have ,
Mrs J. T Hurkhalter and l baby left city, und assured us that if he returned -
spent the winter here, left Wednesday -
N. Y., to to Florida next winter, whichhe
lust week for Schnectady for their home at Dolan, S. Dak. fV a.
relatives anticipated doing, he would spenda I
bpend some tune visiting( They so thoroughly enjoyed their \ I
portion of the time here.
Ladies, young and old-arrange stay Kissimmee that they will be Correct Dress for Men I' "4 '' ri.1

your theater parties and bring themto among our early fall arrivals., with One of the most picturesque characters -' ""f' .

evening at :'I I. the possibility that they will become that has visited Kissimmee for

the Pastime every permanent residents.G. many a day was Andy Nolan, who' Ak The Man Who Has a Dozen Suits 1.4

Mrs. Grace A. Ouryea, of Daven- was en tour with the moving picture v'.
S. Millard and Herman II. Freeman -
port, spent Tuesday in the city and "101 Ranch," which was shown at S

made this office a most pleasant call.T. Hutihinson readied) KansaN the city, and last week on Satur-from the Pastime Friday and Saturday. Doesn't. have to worry about service, but to the man 4I ; I

Andy is typical of the West, being
P. Warlow/ a prominent Orlando'of day purchased) property in Pinedale big of both frame and voice, and is who buys one suit a season, SERVICE is the most important ) ;;
attorney, was here the -fore part through the Nelson I Realty ( 0., which /'
one of the best all-round spellers that ..
the week attending to legal matters they have begun putting in conditionto ever talked a countryman out of a I feature in clothes buying. Ed. V. Price Suits ir
to vegetablees and Citrus! fruit
1'. M Blake, of Freeport, Mic'h., plant dime to see the bearded lady: but in '
trees this winter are built primarily for Service. We'have 5OO different -
will this instance the show worth the
reached) the city Monday) und remain was

two weeks, guest at the Park Tax Collector Bandy is authorityfor money patterns to select from in all of the latest grays, / ,,1J '" ,
that state and coun-
hotel. the statement
Mrs William\ and ,
llasquin \ /
Alex St. Clair ty taxes are (coming{ into hm office Wm. C. Williams and her little Mrs'l fancy blues and mixed goods for summer.
The famous lawyer this, than has been ,
more rapidly year (. '
of Jacksonville, was here Malcolm, left for their home in II' .
Abrams, the possibly, to
in ,
usual past owing .
this week in attendance upon the <'ir- er New York, last Saturday, after .
the fact that land in Osceola countyis I'
j jI
to ndmg several months in KisMminee -
cult court considered too valuable to run any '
at the home of G. II. Newhouse.
J. G. Ahgood, foreman of the New I risk of its being sold for. taxes. They are delighted with our climate I I SUMMER SHIRTS
'I I PALM BEACH SUITS i
locatednear ,
J
Eden plantation, which is and Kissimmee and said
Mr. and Mrs Abbott, Mrs. Tousley they were 1, I ,:
Narcoos ee, was a business visitor I and Mrs Stoi-kdale returned this much benefited in health. The ladies Weinvite your inspection ;, ...
here Monday. remarked that their husbands were Palm Beach, Crash and { of : ,)'
week to their homes at Wayland, I our line of ARROW

after most pleasant winter very fond of golf, and the excellent Mohair summer suits in
Mis. "Nebraska" Johnston, Mich, a : SHIRTS with Detached ;
attack "Uff\r-j here, occupying the concrete bungalow links here might induce them to come STRA WS and PANAMAS
ed from a very severe a variety of pretty pat- '.
J of Aderholt and Lake streets. to Kissimmee next winter.E. I Collars to match. Double '
last Saturday, hut we are corner 1,
indigestion will return to Kissimmee again terns. We are showing a complete line ;
glad to Hay, is much better. They W. Myers, of St. Joseph, Mo., Roll French Cuffs. i-
and this fall to remain permanentlyFred spent a few days here last week. Mr. of Straws and Panamas in the'
Blackwell !
Misses Margaret
the guests on R. Stephenson left this week Myers was here to make arrange- various styles of the season. o '
Maude Thomason were
Sunday of Miss Ruth Overstreet at for Boundbrook, N J., to spend the ments for having his property at Kis- BOYS SUMMER Stetson Soft Hats in the latest I SUMMER UNDERWEAR x
Mrs. Stephenson will leavein simmee Park put in condition for
summer
her.home on Shingle Creek. a few days for a tour of the East planning citrus trees this winter. He SUITS shapes and shades for sum- ,

Miss Amy Mann of Lake Helen: is Coast, after which she will join her will return, accompanied by his family mer. Light weight B. V. D.

I on an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. husband at Boundbrook. They have ) in the early fall, to remain per- Blues and Grays in neat and POROSKNIT inpatternsanJNorfolk "

II I J. M. Dickinson, at her home near rented their home on Mabbette streetto manently. Mr. Myers stated that

Narcoossee. Mr. Gay Livingston, who will move with each visit he was more impressed KA TZ'S UNION and TWO

of the in about the first of May. Mr. and with the posibilities of this section, Styles J PIECE SUITS +
E. L. D. Overstreet, one Stephenson will return next fall and predicted that Kissimmee would n
stockraisers of Mrs. Correct Dress For
principal farmers and and expect to build a new bungalowfor have a large number of visitors from Men. .
the Campbell section, was a business themselves. the West this next season.

visitor here Saturday.


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\ \II\ FRIDAY, APRILf 25, 19

'1 PAGE -6, ,.., f\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE., y RIP

.. ., ,. .. ., j a Q>L. HYATTrrn. :

. 'Louis Darring 1 10,000'CHURCHCSTARE :'HOW TO BECOMEHAPPY ., C .I LPhysician SurJreOq' and

Good in Every Phones '

,ABANDONED IN OLD AGE mencait 197 Ki.slmmee
I .. . 2013 Morris Are. Birmingham Ala. Office R
Brunch of Res.:248. :FlorId
!* Darring Bro. & Co.: t ---- .

.. .New Orleans, La. RURAL POPULATION FLOCKINGTO ?i1lLI, ). MENTAL AND PHYSICAL Express Country in the are Lit'ligt

RESPONSIBLE ACTIVITY WILL GIVE OLD RIVERS M. D.
Want FLORID A LETTUCE;CELERY TilE CITIES 'T M. :;
FARMS PEOPLE TEN YEARS '
F Strawberries: and Vegetables -SCIIOOLS AND PHYSICIAN and SURGEON f''[ the
ALSO ESERTED. MORE OF LIFE.By World Osoeol
Office over Pharmacy' ,'t

I 4 iwttto If prices right, will bur carlota. . : J.1 PSONICS:1 I Residence 63
Ref. let Natl. Bk., Birmingham Ala. Prof. W. Peabody Bartlett)' I r Office 148 ;:: AV''

j 4 City Bk-&;Trust Co.,New Orleans, La.1218p. Clergymen throughout the United ( in tvi -- ',' yell
said that happiness
It lias been 7.
in the rural
States and
especially
u. WINN. rlic0l
old age ill an art, but: modern authorities W. :;,
I 1 district of the Middle West and Southare BY
: _ seriously alarmed over the Increased i on this subject declare it is noth- ISSUED PHYSICIAN \f I

number of churches which ing more or less than good common ,I Office 2nd Fiool' Willson Building.ci '1 I ( '
Whether it is common sense ,
have been abandoned because: their sense. RlD lI> PhoNe HSLjOrncmProttm .Zaima..i." '
CW.ORIFFINf attendance and income is not sufficient or an art the fact remains that it is I STATE BANK OT.TJR. / 'FLO-. ,

to support them. possible for the average man and I .....--. .

woman of advanced years to be far j DEWITT T. LIGHTSEY .
to
have
Prominent clergymen come
:
;
f Staple and FancyGROCERIES happier than the young and early] Oil
the conclusion that the large number )
middle-aged would believe. j ofKISSIMMEEI OSTEOPATHIC.PHYSICIAN
of abandoned churches la due "

t not to the decline of religion, but to In the first place avoid'treatment.. Residence Phone 274
Office
\ Phone 98
the abandonment of the rural districts That is, just because a person has I.SI
Rooms 3 and 4
"
follow that ','
reached old it does not
by the generation in age .
younger State Bank Bld'g Kl
IsSi
I y favor of the cities he should he constantly treated as s' simmee. Tla. .:

Free Delivery to all Parts though he wcic bick. Old age is not t '..
Statistics compiled by the census '
I
R. B. D. WIENENGA "
of.tbe; City: t bureau at Washington show that the sickness, nor is it leally! any form of I ,.:. ) ;

j' population of the rural United States sickness, it is pc-ifectly natural\ I VETERINARIANSTOCK

. tM _ _ _ _ _ _ I' is declining. In ::15 per cent of. thc. Whc'i an eldeily person. .i is bed-red. . TREATED TOR j
ALL
; I .cIIIIIuIIIIuIIslIIspIpII i I I Ij I counties of the country the population I den 01 unable to mOl:c than toner I DISEASES .

,ilecre-avi-d during the 1900-1910 decade about, then he is sick and unnatural Day !l'hon 111>71'1Ilhtl'hon"

; Thi. deciease hal worked a and, needs treatment I hut for the av :' 182 ORLANDO. FEAD' "

; 1 j J. G. HOWARD grave hardship. upon the chun'helo.nnd e-iiige nniinal) person of advanced" I' Buying Orange J. W. SIMPSON <;

,,1'. also has caused the abandonmentof years, a continual ticatmcnt is the I

: : Paper r Hanger and Paintr many schools, the loss of employment we>isl thing pe>ssible as it i is a constant I DENTIST.

kA liy) hundreds of school teachers leinindei that IIP I is "about I i, "
I Upstairs
In Katz ,
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of GrovesIN Building. j
the for.
anil a crtnpial eUelmeof parts done- -
Work Guaranteed has occurred. : : OKKICK. HOURS: I ? a- .m. to 12 m.
L I the (couiiliv in which it Activity is one of tingieatest aid f 1:30: to 6:30: p. m.

If thinking of having any done, f :Newspapers. and \iilomls' Blamed. in making old jieojilchappv :Not': the i OSCEOLA COUNTY TODAY Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. In j

Counties I I lie-ill l t the, I laiirc cities have act \'ity of the business, man of thll.tylin. .

please notify me through the P. 0. J' .u fitS,iiil. most I fioni, thedecline I I in 01 tin- woe id i hop! pe-1 01 I the wo- UNDER $1,000 PER ACRE I ) K. W. W. CARSON

: J.G.HOWARD'' population :Nowspapi-is: I U ii1 l auto I manlilh a big' houseand mumeliildieti I

'4J-4I' |.il I Ii 1st* uie> lillined for fee-dniK! the im.iirinalicins tu enie- foi. hut ad" Ity Is Just Like DENTIST

111 m n i .1111111111111111QRAYSTONE of i thecoiintiv l |lad|, until the bodv 0111cc'
) I } nolVll: lei keep 111 irc'iitlv CNinte BUYING GOLD DOLLARS AT A DISCOUNT over Cole's Jewelry:Store

tlirv I) l 1.'ii\e.. horn*. 1"I', "- <|1' > a II tide c-.ci'11 da\'. am!, Office! Hours: 8-la, 1-/6

+ +++++ + :Statistic'( I "Ol11pd,'il, i li\ I tin' I'hy .iln,,,\,i. all. to 1-.1' the' 111111.1 .u.tiM,' ai dnine Office phone J5H

: jjMiunil' iMii K("e "nationssociaticin' ,,"l ,"' pleasant) I thought Residence .. 23 __ _
i ;; : We d Groves at half of the above (;". adnimmtered. for
l| :nf :New. nik, I it\( to II horn? thou I In t the' ("ountiie-s" u ti.'l le' 1111"1 I t are offering some iplcnd jest extraction of teeth

: -tiiui nf Ilicsi" \\iinleieis; jo eachtiui .
even climate I /indI liti\ I'e- I 1111'1.! a iin.iin Hgurei.
1 of I R. C;. K: PARKER
,
sections
'. I -how I that in ecitain 11.\\ .'" '. and singing Intel-" aid | )

:4 I: urn All THE YEAR I t lie South and :\i Iddl'e, ( 1 s('he>e>Ulllell v hi..."ic, nle! ,pe-e>j pi b, ate, :ab'ew' to g-d oat LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU DENTIST
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,,1\ f- ,\ h"\,' (onlj/ -e'\en/ ami eight j jliild little,
I n? tlu' .1,1 I' and piittri about (' ,'
01He i: cit KU
f 2,CO() to :.1 ) day OSPbOLA PHARMACY
I : .fII'lI'r' :: h.d| f" ,, fint\-
? .' ,','" teid.iv >
?, ++ :Spr;' <'I iil I l hy ui-ik or month t I rh"I'1; | g.II.i'I'-i i in I .-11 .IJ..i i \Mit 1"t sui ( )fluf\ I MexiFH : f S : : "l\i 'lo "fl(\ lit I" \eai- ogo.
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.4. +. tli\ IRe to a fai gnatei I aiTe than iiI H. 'M. Breaker & Co. I :W) to fi.OO: ) P.: M. I.. toiiuiit
... 4: I M W 'rHURMAN. Pup. RD PORTED Mfr :*4.t I..1.IT 11 ,a,I H'. ol ,' i iniiiiftn I'I'II. i iI I till lOUIltllts I I\ wlu-e-I 'II i_ l I- cllVlleilim i i Iot -- --

+++++;.;.++++++++++++++++++ I In.. < !If''I'1 1 .f i lie' 1.- in I'OpulaUun I'b',1 I,
; 'n-"I... -el '! I ]l1: 11.-:;. (CKIGER; : SI I ii ii'of
in I t"> it.a,,11'.1 I \ he'I .1 t 1- i I ) .
'I In Southern 1 la'Hc' in parts ,.fI I riliKI .* >. AM. > Ii.
dcc.idc I l.lMlei lURGEOJlrI
hat! eljMMK I I 1 tin ia-t (
I.11'.", ecand in Kastein Kuiope.: the I ',ili/c t >iiS! Bank 110)1itliiiei
huielievcic I <1..11..1 in Illinois. 70; ( .. ., Building
: 'u' I t. rl:1"p il "' t. :' '
W. I Ifflfl DIIZOR n :MIOSOUII i i I I. <>(0(1() I in T..nm't"00:1( () in I per cent of peoplewho I 11\ t tie>on..II'''ihundred ,' .i. .! L, 14 >-a .. I .,..li I' ,,:d hissimmee 1 Florida
( mark i- laicc-: : t than e-! <' S. BULLOCK '
) I heiiK, .
\ ntuckv, :JOO! ) I in I.oui,iana, and overil I ..1)i tI-ep up all l cc- I.,._ ,.,.,': : is' 'I i I ofluc-:!!l7 or f 4 ,
v ,,, > e Authorities 01 1. oI] apede.1..1 Ri-sieleiuc( ie.p r
1 .Olio)() ) in the entile. iountr>', I -01..1 I duties out to HIdden;>' retire.t :245.<; 14-ljTT mile1Tile
the fact
ilai- tin is due more to
/ _ _ _ _ _ :Man) I'armshandoned. i I d fall hack ..l>solut\' i1'e.! i- fata''
that the climateei.aliles' them to l-e ,: )CiI
The abandonment l of these? churche-I tre cooler: points out REAL ESTATE: T. A \ANN AGNICW W. II. CHAWrOKD
out and about and gently activetha I hat
: Real Estate !11I ia been accompanied by the abandan: : D the climate Itself. In other words T". consider. the \xjdt aa machinethat ....................... \ ANS AGNEW( & CRAWFORDATIORNEYSATLAW C iriI

, r rent of a large number of farms I has gradual! worn out in the '
if ti" ) s.at idly about\ in those cour- INSURANCE I iV,
I nd the Department of Agriculture i' "ur-e of \ear-. I- lot a fair, Ieaof :
tries i.,,'j would average to live ro "
has Bounded a warning!': in repeated the. for it should !heerneml'ertd (
situation ah.a's , ,
: i longer than- in coQntri-.> where the Olll!!! il I .r c',lllre-nif lunik HullillliK" 1(0gu
KISSIM "EE. FLORIDA
." ;: I bjlletirdeclaring 1 ! !': this to be one of | c'':mate,' doc lot permit this that the Inxiy can be re- Examination of Titles a KI lssimrne-"' FloridaI

,, t the greatest' danger-, to =untr> !lifemcrica ;'..,rd to a great degree Of) eeiurse
f The aged man o-- 'l4onal.! ho does ciiIa
1 n I t .\ i Mju'.h rant.o' tually IK r'I.I..d. Specialty. J II. 'F1GFR; : (; ;
The department places a goodly i! i t\Ig\ ij-it =H and thirK of the past hut neither red the l hody }be conMeiereo .
.! J. \\T Thompson Ii
ard out willoon die The
of the blame the farmer. i.aj i II.!
share .so
on worthless. Simply because it ha- :Corresoondpnce! ::: Si.lictea.
who travels from end of aged man or omar who keepup an ATTORNKY-AT-LAW() ;
FUNERAL DIRECTORand called one attaine-d advanced > eari>. Keep thebrain
I the country to the other year after I"ml re-t in life. who makes little visitsard r, repaired by means of mild a OHire\ :State; Hank BUIlding U4-

\ f year rntirj( farm, for the season. I -eet flashes of city life every few tivitv and keep the muscles from losing itgo'\ Where can it\ go save into I Kiusimmee. FlondjCO.

Not having!,: any interest: in the land I \ ck-. reacts interesting! thlng ,per' i all their power by means of mild, farming/: -Into the development of the 0
J t : forms little tasks such as making (]} f. PARKER.
he obtain
. LICENSED EMBALMER other than how much can exercise. one kind of natural resources whichis .

*, '",: "', Opposite Courthouse from it in one season, this renter becomes gardens or ,sewing or anything theyare j By doing these things old age becomes wellmgh universal, which yieldsInexhau'stible. Attorney-at-Lw. (
able to do, will live probably ten
hima
Garden and leaves behind .
\ a pleasure rather than a bur returns !lnd'which wecars
'I! .( KtIl'SIHMICE., FLORIDA, wake of destruction which after years longer than those who'tit down. I Collection and Conveyancing
:if' ).. : ..li\ ", ,; r den, ant} the body will continue. to not get along without .' .
,.5 :. '' only one season, requires several and give'..themselves, up to thinking, exercise its ability of self-renewal toa I This is. going to mean, of course a Specialties

years to repair. for their thoughts of the past can far greater extent than one would great call for skilled workers-for I II I Broadway.
; constantly bring to their minds -
only to make .
b"hepo.sible. men themselves to farming
'
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Sprigg Fleming 1-- -----
.\ HOME SM'GGEKI: their, advanced year,
,
I what our and .
I I captains corporals of in KKIUHS
There should always be one spotin The 1 old who and (j.r
\ people keep busj TilE CALL L\MWARI: I
elustr.v I i in the
generation have
I ; ; CLEANING ; the home sacred to the best Interests I past
: I active who keep interested in theworld's I 1
I : It isn't for nothing that more boys I.ei-ii to manufacturing, railroading, ATTe,RNAT! |: LAW. KlS IMWEK, Jo'LA.Ex"monation .
; : PRESSING of tufaInily. A room full 4>f work and in people
young
:
I every year are going to school to learnto comnienr< only i we hope, nc-wer mind 1I
"d comfort where the sofa is made to live, on until that time comes when it of Ti,tIes a Specialy.
DYEING be farmers Even e el I, fairerAlready
\ lounge on, and the chairs to tilt is as natural for them to be really to city-bred boys ,, Notification, and payment. of taxes of
Think of it'! Germany, to use one il- the demand for non-reHidenU
careful
i and the to the competent given
: REPAIRINGLeave carpet dig "a"k'i; dies as it is for the younger to be
where bills and bickerings are lustration with an area not as largeas farm managers and i specialists, "ex- attention.
leadj to to sleep A number of
:f go
<
I: oJ :: word ft ray house ui..1 t ilnih-s forbidden, and the straightlaced propriety I authorities on the debility of old age, Texas, and with land naturally no 1"'I'd, the supplj I he biii'ht lad who

\ will rn e..I.d lor ..nd i returned of the dining room or parlor better to way nothing of the much (|ifulilics for such work can even now I AT JOHNSTON
t known technically as "asthenia, senietute )
longer time it has been under cultivation command, in his first after J
be abandoned for and years quitting -
ran romps storytelling have declared that have
they
.:: Satisfaction Guaranteed j supports two-thirds aH school, bettc-i, than ITORNEY-A T-LA W
'. ; where the dust doesn't show found quantities of aged people who many pay comes to
I people as there in the whole United the newly fledged lawyer or doctor 10-1 I Citizens Bank Building
and nothing is too fine to use, and at their old for or
i. --- were happy III -
.I age perhaps
States. And supports them engineer i :Moreover his Kmimmee
work
whose' door all the burdens drop off I a decade\ after most people pretty is on Florida
.ill time at the of healthily, too, as all will admit who' the level, in the open, healthful S
To the West as they some gate' I would believe life to be a burden and I ,
have seen the sturdy happy German wholesome and productive I OHIH'' c MASSEY
He T.
.. heaven-a room whose speech is nil- that such people looked upon death, does'ntlive I I I..r.e G"un"r'or'! PICTTON Judge "f WAaLOW the
ver and whose silence is golden- not as a horror hut as something- peasantry Germany does this be- : upon the weakness or follies or. HfirleUK It. clomm. Criminal Court1l1

AMD where the of cause it has to. That is the reasonwe misfortunes of others He makes his ASSEY
tranquIlity a summer fectly natural and not at all to be, I & WAIU.OWATTORNEYS .

Sabbath is broken only by sweet murmurs dreaded, which i is, aparently, the only shall do likewise. Necessity is own way. lie leaves society better

of love and confidence where a natural viewpoint. the prolific mother of efficiency. Be- each night for his clay's work. It IH 1 AND COUNSELLOSAT

: NorthwestVIA happy cat curls herself to repose in 1 he aged should avoid radical fore another generation has passedthe an inspiring{ outlook a real beckoning LAW.i.lrMrVr''n
great sums of now tied I te> I the1 best that I . ... "" .the Court of the "UUi and of
with the money is m human
blissful affinity peaceful c'hanl/es,avoid overtaxing the strength, up nature ,* Stai.. "I"!"", before th. Klorlda RaU.
in privately owned street and steam PitUburg Press.IIETTEII. r< ul x.mmiiuilori.. and the Interstate LeMiuiMro
house where the wicked
? ."" dog, a place avoid inactivity and avoid over-eating. I I i Cximmljtvion
cease from troubling and the wearyare railways:, lighting and power plants, I| -' I CIIARI."TOK
Old people who are. fond of animalsare I BLUO ORLANDO. FLA.
4 : SEMINOLE LIMITED telegraphs and telephones and other 34.1.
at rest. A sort of moral lean-to : doubly blessed J Dogs and horses I CHANCEA J'r

: I ILy which adjoins the housebeautifulHere I have proved great boons for the aged,I public utilities in which the pickings colored man, charged with felony, 1.1\ NDKEV\ JOHNSON
have been
I Jarob's ladder is planted and the I I and attractive during our care : was asked by the if I
far judge
.. Tampa. IrIs 10 15 a m I many a man or woman ad- he would
7,t LY KI..&.mmee, Fla.. 1 00 p m angels descending, bring with them vanced in years has really had life I less years will be seeking new invest- I like to have a lawyer to defend him. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
.; Lv Orlando. Fla.. 1 88 p m endles measures of I ment. Because more and more the I "No, I Will Practice in all Courts
peace sen, said
f Arr Jacksonville, Fla. 8 40 p m prolonged for many years through the I the prisoner, "I'BC State
A
f, -t' Lv Jack.onvllle. Fla. .". t 00 p m Every home should have this one interest they take in their dogs and people at large will be taking these I gwine to throw myself on the Ignor- I Office and Federal
.1 Ly Waycroia. Ga. 11 10 p ra of I enterprises over. And then where will adjoining Broadway
place retreat of
ance the cote!
( Lv Tlfton. Ga. 1 IS p m horses, which has kept them suf- : Citizens Bank Kisaimmeer
f1., Arr Albany Ua. Z 40 a raa It is no impossible place. Love is active and their. minds _
ficiently from
Arr Amerlcu. Ga., C. of G El a m I
Air Columbus. Ga.. H I 11 a mT the architect; content its atmosphere. dwelling upon the fleeting days and r H. .. wejoDHAl
r .. Arr Opelika Ala.. *0 a m iii
( We find it in our friends' homes, of-
Arr Birmingham. Ala. IS 05 p m the unpleasant things. Such care in, Gazelle's-
. \ Arr Jackaon Tenn. I." C. 1 4t p m ten, where least expected, and are food and exercise and mental activityand Dlreclop ol Produce and Commission House) : J J KNKINS & WOODHAMI
Arr Pulton. Ky. 9 16 p m
surprised\ because it is never a show interest in about them ,I I
.. Arr Cairo. Ill 11 07 p m things will I
.. Arr Carbondale. IllArr 11 IS n t place. It is simply a golden room ina make old of SURVEYORS
age more a delightful I
St. Lou la. Mo. 7 SO
a m
ORANGES
Air Centralla. Mo. 1 41 a m wooden house.-I'alm Reach Weekly dream than a stern reality. Potatoes Onions I I Kmsimmee Florida
Cabbage
Arr Mattoon. 111. S SO ,
a m
News.
. 4 Dr. Hugo Ribbert of Bonn Germany APPLES and all other Fruits ,
:! { Arr Champaign, 111. 4 SS a m and Vegetables wanted in
<;j .*rr Kankakee. 111 10 a m i is one of the many authoritiesin have the outlet and facilities to handle carlots. We )
your shipments ><> ri( K TO
Arr Chicago. ilL 7 CO a m WISE PAT Promptly and c'nE.UTOnJil
: :
the matter of growing old gracefully 'Jdisfactorily. Write or wire
Mike-"What is the most important 1 IN=1 "CDIJHT OK' TUB COUNTY JUDOS

; SOLID THROUGH TRAIN lie in the world T"Pat"Standard and happily and staying youngin C. H. JAMES STATE OF FLORIDA
mind during old "The chiei Charleston
{ Composed of observation compartment lie, begor'ahl"RUB.MY.TISM! age. W V OSPEOLA COUNTY.
drawing room Motion sleeping preventative of old age," declares Dr. Ref: The Packer, Bradlttreets and Kanawha .' '.. .
.. ear and free reclining steel chair -- National Bank. 6-13t rr i:"C"I. or K.l..-l. (j. detehell. d.-
r. eara between Jacksonville and Chlcafo Ribbert, "is continuous activity, phys rfttitra.To .

i \ ," and Jacksonville and St. Louis. All ical and mental. Keep and all\ ('.... .
I .1Cor.
going you <..tee., 01..1.C. ..-
I
Jf' meal In dining,car. Parlor car Tampato -JSST: : : F FRUITS I VEGETABLES ..... .
and
"'" Jacksonville. will stay young. l AND .1.0.\ .. har!** ClalaU
PRODUCE
'i. War sleeping: car reservations or any Will cure your Rheumatism The retirement of the man who has maT ..-, or Ilrnaad. ........ said Katatei
. 'i additional information. communicate Neuralgia Headaches been active all his-life .J. WRIGHr : co. 6-13tpd You and each of you. are hereby notin,1 -
.. with Cramps, will result in MChlphis, :Tenn. and required to Present kny

4 l' A. W. FRITOT. D. P. A-. Colic Sprains. Bruises, Cuts and his aging rapidly unless he still keeps DO oF WANT __ I I.h! ,', and demands which you. or

; 1SS West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla. Burns Old Sores Stings of Insects something to give him exercise and to I Give If your next QUICK .RETURNS? "Blalt. of Edwin you.' may C. Oetchell.have against deoeaced.the

I ; KIRKLAND.. D. P. A.. A. C. L. Etc. Antiseptic shipment of Florida Fruits' and unA.rfiBcj:011 County. to the
.; J. O. Anodyne used internally keep his mind occupied. Dr. Ribbert will,, b. pleased with the Vpgelabl"a and : Florida
.., re.ulta you "l.ttn"d Kxecutrl
Hlllsboro Hotel. Tampa. Fla.ACL SatISfactIon! tll of said eatate.
: U and externally. Price 25<:;. agrees that the old man need not con- Z05 Dock SL, WM. RODE our "M"tLo." Within i il two 5I'tlr< from the date hereof.
ntcI 1 April 7th A. I>. 1913.
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IRIDAY; APRIL 2 1x13. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY G ZIT1\\ I P G t '**


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11' ,.. die\\within" a short times Native. born ,SAfER CALOMEL .
..' cattle'are somewhat resistant to this ,THAN '

;"" Rheumatic Pains type; of the disease. because they have To the West and .Northwest \ k,

,:" been all their lives inoculated, with'the Dodson's. Liver. Tone at Night Will '\ ,
quickly relieved byan application of Sloan'sLiniment. ; milder but chronic forma. VIA'.
are Jfi
Straighten l You Out Morning.
.. You don't need to rub-just lay.on' The remedy for destroying tick Byj DIXIE LIMITED---DIXIE FLYER

'. lightly. It. penetrates at once to ii i to"dip the animal In & vat of arsenic Calomel May Knock You Outu I' ,

\ the seat of the trouble. aolutipn. The coat of, the solution 'Of a Day'* Work AND -

'a'I.; Mere's Proof nil the, vat is small; five dollars ,will SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
,
" Er I fill a vat large'enoulth to.cove,' the "If you are '.'calomel\ uaer;;'next time _
MiM sIR MANTHBY, 4 39 Talman animul., Under. weather ,conditionsthat -- --- -' -s- : ,
Ave,Chicago I:1: ,write.,-About two tM v you are tempted buy it 'ask your 8:80: pm-Lv., Tampa .._.. 10II..m 10SS: am ......__...__.....: 'A. 0. 'L ;
.' years ago my mother broke down with I prevail: a large part of the time druggist if he ,can absolutely 10S5 pm-Lv, Lakeland .._. 11:18: am 11:18 am ,,_.._.._,__.__._,.A. C. r.
't rheumatism' 'The doctors didn't: do any' 11\ Florida, the incubation of the egg / guarantee 11:61: pm-Lv.' KUslmms ....1:01: pmlt:81 1:01 pm .-.....*____._ A.' 0. r..
mother the drug not to harm you He urn-Lv.. Orlando :.-...._ 1:18 pm 1:88 pm .-..-..--.-.___ A.' 0. Ia
x good. My va periivaded to try requires thaf'the solution be'applied) It because he CANT do. it, 1:1S am-Lv. Sanford ...... *::40 pm 1:40: pm ._....__..__ A. C. ?
Sloan's liniment and in three weeks two weeks. With such treat 'won'tdo' : *':45 ..m-Ar..ck.OD..UI.:40. : pm ':'0 pmDlTl ..____....._ A., 0.,1.0., .. ,
every ... .
well-and -
was entirely believe she lacured But here is a perfect substitute for -"- --- --- -
)(- forever." ment 'the pasture and the cow yard Dtile : : South Atlantic
calomel which.the druggist does guarantee LImited Flyer Limited. .
*' Relief From RbeumatlsiitMIS111.E.LINDLLRAyG11royCalit may be freed from the pest in one -the famous Dodson's Liver ':11 am Lv. Jack'nvllls XCUltpm: Slpm LT. JacksunvllU _._A. 0. L
.i season, or within four months. An t1:40am Ar Waycross A.C.U 10Upm 10:10pm Lv Wayeross ____.A. 0. 1.0. .
. ., ; Tone. The Kissimme-a iDrug/ .Co. will 6:11pm AP :Macon OS tc V 4:15am Uam Ar Maoon O. & F.
wrltet)-" My mother has used one SoC area of one acre or one thousand acres refund, without Olpm: Ar Atlanta C.: of Oa. 76am :47pm Ar Atlanta _._,.,-C. of 0. t
bottle of Sloan' Liniment, and although shels over. 83 yean of'/ge.lbe has may be=effectually rid.of the tick.if your money questionlf U:18am Ar Ch'tan'sa W.AA. ll(6am Itillpm AT KnoxvlllS: :. ....._1. ... N
obtained great relief from her rheumatism.. '* : you: not.thoroughlysatisfied.. i:60am'. ; Ar Nashville N. O.it :16pm: AT Corbin .. L. i. N.
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every animal on that area Is carefully St. U:80pra;; ; ; "1:00pm' ,Ar-LOul.vtu.-------. t. H.._ ,
Rtheumatkm Entirely Cone Go to Kissimmee Drug Co., whom .-a
treated.A withr-and find out t:50pm: Ar. St. Louis. I. C.. l(0pmAr: Indianapolis ...Pa. ldne '
Miss EVM.KTTA MYF.R, of 1215 Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio, writes!- start has been made in Florida to you are acquainted I. & N._.___.7:10ara "
"My mother wan troubled with rheumatism and her friend. advised. her to get about the great number of people 6Ipm Ar Lexington.L: : ... M.
Sloan'. Liniment and her rheumatism Is entirely gone. At the lame time the rid the state of this pest, but it is who taking this remarkable rem- Ar. Hopklnsvllle. L. 8:60pm Ar Cincinnati ___..L ... M. '
'" are A N._ ______.<:K6pm928am ,
family was troubled with rinR.worm.-there were five rlng-wormsbetween my" only a start, and until the cattle own edy and feeling better, keener, heal- : Ar. Bvansville.- LAN ':4lpml:10pm 5SOam6:60am: Kalamaaoo _.__0. R A. I.
"illl4.ra and 1 and Sloan's Lfiiitnent cured every one of us in a week's time. ers; whether they possess few animals : Ar. Terre Haute C. : Orand Raplda7:16am _......0. R. 4. I.
thier and better able to enjoy life A. H. I. ___._l:06am i c
it-., or many, shall become fully arousedto than they ever were when taking cal 7OZpro. Ar. Cltlcagjo, C.AB. I. _6l4am.. . Ar Cleveland. .___....Big 4
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I existing conditions and to the pos- Olxle: LlB lt...d DIXIE! FLYER $..ta AtlMtle iasslt.4 e,
SLOANSLINIMENT sibilities that may be 'realized tick omel.Why
l Because calomel is a poisonone 1 Solid train composed of) Solid train carSolid tr..ln'oompos.d of eleotrlo
fever will\ continue to menace the cat com poil to car, sectiondrawingroom r y I In g electric
that may stay in the system, sleeping lighted drawlnc-room Pullman
i tle in Florida. ??? '
industry -
and while seeming to benefit you temporarily oars observation com(Iltghtsd sleeping cars and oc>aoh... betweeaJacksonville
There are some knotty problems for partment car and dining; ment, observation and Cincinnati, and
may do harm in the end. car between Jackson- sleepers and eleovllle .
"
the association to solve and overcome. and Chicago, and trio lighted sea Jacksonville. ulvllle and Indlaa-
haven't felt these illeffectsso
One is to in a of vats in If you section drawing-room 11 Ion. drawingapolt..; through sleeping ear between .
I put system far, It is because you are fortunate sleeping car between roo m sleeper Jacksonville and Cleveland. ; ,
each county so that all the stock can Jacksonville and ,St. First clan coach- also Pullman sleeping car betweenJacksonvlll '
1 enough to have a strong constitution. Lrf>uU. Also section es and smoking and Grand Rapids oa
be dipped whether it be few or many. Don't take the risk" any longer. Get drawing-room sleeping car. Dining oar Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays ,
There are other questions of importance ar Between Palm Beach serves all mealsand of each week. Dining; car aervlo .'
is the best remedy for neuralgia sciatica lumbago, chest a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone (50c) Chicago. la la carte. between Atlanta and C.D........ I
pains, asthma, hay fever, croup, sore throat and sprains.At that need your careful consideration and note how easily and naturally it 'f ,
,' and you should all join the Live For reservations or other Information, communicate with your Tickea "
all dealers. Price 25c., GOc., and ..t.00. corrects all bilious conditions, how it Agent. W. FRITOT, Division Passenger Agent Jacksonville. ..Ja.1 t 11 q
i Stock Association and help to make or J. G. KIRK .AND, Division Passenger Agent Tampa. Fla. Itf> .
clears that sick headache and
Sloan's Book on hones, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. AddressDr. | away ,1
Florida the banner stock state of the ".;
EARL S. SLOAN BOSTON MASS. Union. Dr. Peter F. Bahnsen,( State coated tongue, how it sets you right -.. 1:
without ache or gripe. The most wonderful -
Vetrinary for the state of h
Georgia, __ __ thing in the world. _._ for consti- l ,
says: "Tick eradication is not a fad,
-- -
it's a fact." "Cattle ticks are eithera pation. Our Rputatlon Is Back of Our Work..
All this without the slightest j interference
good thing or a bad thing; if theyare with your regular habits.Advertisement We bare a Statewide Reputation for the Quantity and I

a bad thing we should come together Quality of Work We Do.
18-lt
Tick Eradication In Florida
'- and exterminate them and GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRING"!" BEAMS- ,'i"

-- abate the nuisance. If there is any BLAMES IDLENESSFOR ACETYLENE GAS WELDING-GENERAL MACHINE WORK-

one who does not believe in tick eradi- BOARD CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS-EXPERT MACHINISTS .
WRITTEN FOR ALLEY CrA/KTTK BY C. F. BARBER. MANY EVILS
cation he should prove his faith by SENT OUT-WHITE OAK MAHOGANY, CYPRESS AND OTHER '
PRESIDENT! FLORIDA LIVE. STOCK ASSOCIATION. breeding ticks and putting them on his HARDWOODS ALWAYS IN STOCK-ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS '

L cattle-do you know of anyone who is Sociological Expert days Ancients -SHIP BUILDERS AND REPAIRING. "Ii
Slept in Leisure to Escape
The I only way to eradicate the tick Ii. i two years old weighs way above doing that? ;
Temptation.A MerrillStevens ,
!i. to organize stock clubs in each six hundred pounds and dresses sixty- Company .

ounty and destroy thin \little bug five per cent of the live weight'? MEDDLING( WITH IMMATURE- new theory of life as we find it, 600 to 650 E. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. '

tine little bug-a( good many million I Lack of organization. FRUIT LAW and labor as it interweaves itself in- .. 7.4t pd S

of lii-r-cost the farmers of 1"loddaI I Why is ,it that Florida, as well as Representative Middleton, of Put- to and brightens our daily existence,
six hundred nam County succeeded in putting was expressed by Dr. Jessica E. Peix-
mole than nine million ; most of the South, IK under a perpetual .
thousand dollars* in one year. quarantine( imposed by the rest through the House a resolution to ap- otto, Phi)., assistant professor of sociology -

That hug was the cattle tick which or the country which prohibits the ex- point a committee or five membersto of the University of California. \ 1 1i I

depreciates| the value of the cattle ,I poitation" of cattle from this territory hear the opinions of the growerson i

much cows and bet'vl's-by that enormous excepting for immediate slaughter the present Immature Fruit Law. In her opening remarks ))1'. I'eixot- THE H. G. SIEVER

sum, compared wth the prices I or under such restrictions as to As this same representative has already to touched lightly upon the various

|that the same classification of cattle make it almost impracticable'? Lack offered one bill to do away with classes which make up the world- REALTY COMPANY

Acre worth on the first. day of Janu- lof ganization. the law entirely, we cannot bef eve the pauper, the "decently prosperous"and '

ntv, 1912, in the State of Ohio. And Why iit that Honda has her gates that he is at all friendly to it. Those those financially above them. I ,_ I

.', e United States Department. of Ag- ,I tactupon i to the rest of the world to who believe in the present law should "No more than one hundred' yean ; Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands

litulture; is the authority fur these I lir used as a dumping ground foripests promptly inform his representativeand ago," said the lecturer, "it was considered I Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms ', :y
that date the I .senators of the fact. Unless we a great disadvantage to be ,
On average
Kure8. and diseases that other states
head for milch cows inr'lorila j awake to the gravity of the situationthe wealthy. The| wealthy man's chance
race per 1 do IDMint') ?? Lack of oigunization.Vh .
was $33.50; in Ohio it Wa" $ ,i.s it that the l beeves from these to the law will trouble themselves considered most unstable. /
the price (for other real .
date
estate
|n the same average -:- -:- -: -:
IT head of other rattle in Florida iuamnt| mc
lus 11.10:! and in Ohio'the figure was ( 'hH'ul'o; stock yards at frum $1.80 to and in such case, of course, an adverse want in this world more than either and

4.:10.:{ The f figures for tins noilhrn I $:! peP-hundred( pounds less than those decision. will be rendered. Wakeup. poverty or wealth, I believe, is 'decent Orange Groves all. sizes prices'e

state are taken for comparison from, uiituurantined| sections ? Lack prosperity.' Labor and recreation then

of organization and applying the It is the of Mr. and and feel real I :
typical of those In states outside hope Temple intermingle we a joy KISSIMMEE FLORIDA loii
|e quarantined territory of the Unit- remedies, to cover the defects and his associates that a standard will be of life. I

States. But a like comparisonth remedying the causes. Organizeyour set by this present Legislature so that "Generations ago the people were -- -- ,'.

| some other Northern and West- county clubs\ as part of the State each shipper may know just when his taught to labor long and unceasing. ,. 'ti

11' states would show even a more live stock association and take up all fruit is ripe enough to ship. It is ly. One could not sin in sleep, they

contrast. \the above questions and other questions proposed to establish a standard of reasoned. They believed that with I

|rUing Why is it that Florida with a great- just as' important one by one,' l.CO (one and six-tenths) for grape leisure came temptation, and they refrained r'

variety of forage crops than any and apply the same careful consideration fruit and 1.25one' and a quarter) from leisure, therefore, as DOZIER UlTHEB'S INSUllllNOEjGET.$C ,:

her state in the Union, affording to them that you do to your for oranges of citric acid. This test dangerous to morals.
other" business, and they can all be to stand regardless of the con- beginning to believe t
"Today we are
cattle sugar
een pasturage for everyjnth The Old..tand lariat IniuFsnee Agency In Oseeols County
in the 12, bring II per cent of 'I remedied. An organization can cover tent.The differently. We have come to FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

beef from the Kansas defects that an individual cannot. Florida State University has recognize the true value of labor and r.srow t is $

Itv.dressed and Chicago packing houses"? Df.stioy: this little bug ( Margaropus been' conducting a series of experiments we have organized and methodized it. i.

I .Minuiatus) the tiCK mat causes the with citrus fruits this pastYl'lI' And we are just beginning to organizethe .
ick of organization. - ---- ---- a "
Why is it that the big tourist, hotels I lu l k fever, and you will make an extended I and they recommend a standard play hour also. C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. '

to udtuucement in reinedyirg\ -1 I ."ill, ) fur grapefruit and \1.25 for 01anges. '- "We have lost sight almost entirely
Florida are compelled importsh the direct and; indirect causes of the of t the secondary although vital impulses T
milk and cream under refriffer- The Waters & Carson
lion from New York for their guests loss as stated in this article. These experiments commenced in of mimicry and laughter." i !

lery winter Lack of organization.Why The indirect losses are the greatest September and ran through the early .. ,
for these conditions curtail the development UNCONQUERED
weight part of the season. Fruit from the .
is it that the
average of what should be, and Youngleigh (in art museum-I
same trees were analyzed at different
the Florida beef anjmal on the
I might/ I..>, one of Florida's most valuable periods of maturity. It was found wonder why Victory is representedby Grocery Company } !
|of at three years old, the usual age; -
imluhtiies. Under female?
:igricultoul that grapefruit in some sections tan a
Ir marketing in this state, is about "
1
tile Oiulition that prevails generally below the 1.50 test in September, thus Wed more-It's plain to be seenyou're 1'"
|5 pounds and that it dresses only I Wholesale and Retail Dealers In '
cent ot the live I! throughout the stale, it is almost a being ,ready to ship. Some excep- not married.
out forty-five per
,ure" loss to bring blooded cattle into tionally early fruit would run that
when the Western beef ut I 4
eight, GROCERIES
II I l Honda in order to improve the native low in August.We EVER WATCHFULA

,.strains, for seventy-five per" cent otuch note that the representativefrom }
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animals die when exposed to Dade county will ask that his I t
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tick fever section be placed outside the pale of Little Care May Save Many Kissim- I .
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Desirable Ten We learn from eminent mon of authority the law, claiming that the grapefruitfrom rnee Readers Future Trouble. 0 0 O -t

that this disease known as that section was the earliest in 00 WE SELL: 4 O WE BUY: I',' "

Texas trek fever, is caused by a blood Florida. Whether this be true or not Watch the kidney secretions.See 0 HAY, 4' + ,

destroying parasite, which is intro- it seems that their remedy is in the that they have the amber hue 00 0 HIDES, ,;t

and Twenty duced into the cattle by the bite of acid test; if the fruit passes it is of health 0 GRAIN, .. 0 .J
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FURS, .. \
the cow tick. Once inoculated into ready to ship. Any law exemptingany The discharge not excessive or infrequent 0 FERTILIZERS, oOo. : 1- '

the bovine system it multiplies rapidly community would be clearly unconstitutional ; 4 4 4 WOOL, .

and lives on the red corpuscles of and Dade county does Contain no "brick-dust: like" sedi N SHINGLES, O ;\

Acre TractsFor the blood. The destruction of these not need any such t'xempt.ion.-Flor- ment. 4 0 O 0O
0 AND ,
o
I corpuscles tend to exhaust the animal ida Grower. Doan's Kidney pills are especiallyfor .. WRAP: "

\ vitality, and all its recuperative ener- weak kidneys. I" ORANGE 0 0 ALL .
Trucking and Fruit Grow- gies are constantly required to hold ESCORT FOR MARRIED Here's a proof of their merit: 4 -.4 ,

ing. Our land extends from : their own against the ravages of the WOMAN D'ESERVES BEATING B.' .F. Rails, St. Cloud, Fla., says: 0 e VEGETJ.BLE: CRATES, 0 0 .0 COUNTRY .. ,," ,,

i parasite. Where it gets the mastery Not only is justified in heating "I think complaint broughton
city limits nearly to Orlando. I a man my was 4, CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE. f''
I if the situation the animal is doomed his wife's affinity, but the wife is by the strain on my back from <00. 0 O 'X' t

Only $30 per acre. i to a speedy death. Quoting Dr. Daw- I trifling with justice when she goes working at my desk. I had intense 44404000 1000000 ... .. .... ......... ,;'

son and other authority on the question into court and demands a divorce for pains through my kidneys and the i'
cash and $2
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Term. $2 acre '!
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per "This disease has features resembling that to secretions unnatural and
reason, according an opinion kidney were w'
We sell field and garden seeds of all kind
per acre monthly. malaria in human beings, handed down by Judge Thomas F. too frequent in passage, also con- We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping: parties : )

WRITE FOR BOOKLET and in some countries it is called cattle Graham at San Francisco. The taining heavy sediment. Deciding to Free delivery in city limit. Phone No. 12. .

malaria Native born cattle have opinion was in the petition of I orris heck the trouble if possible, I procured We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars and ,,'

the disease in chronic form from generation R. Erickson to be granted a divorce a supply of Ltoan's Kidney pills prices on fertilizers.i ., {

to generation from their birth from Ernest E. Erickson.The and began using them. Relief soon ..''I.,"'
McKOYLand and they establish a kind of toleranceof complainant in substance alleges followed and after I had finished a I, n
n M 111111111111111 M 111111111 i 111 i 11111ii
it but they acquire no immunityfrom I 1111111111
that while the plaintiff was being few boxes, I was in good health"For

it. When cattle are brought t escorted to the theater by another mane sale by all dealers. Price 50 DANCING I

CompanyMach from a tick free country, with I the defendant accosted her and grabbed cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, I .

exceptions they are stricken within I .her by the shoulder and struck New York, sole agents for the United ; ; EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT : '..fFIREMEN'S ,''z

Buildinf.KISSIMMEE 10 days of their arrival with an acut I her escort with his clenched flat, States.

form of the disease, and unless activi I thereby causing the plaintiff mental' Remember the name-Doan's-and HALL. j t .

FLA. and urgent remedies arc applied the]p I suffering, anguish and humiliation. take no other. Adv. 17-2t 11111111111111 ii i 11111 i 1111111 i 11111111111111111 i"i
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''IN CIRCUIT COURT 1'STATE'' OF
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t' 3 'THE- I Natal. Grass . JOHNscorr II !. 4hs CHOLA Master COUNTY.JUDICIAL.t the I ;

".ua".." . .'
: Manhattan late ., Jo.e.h Hrl.
THR; STATE; OF
HotelSpecial f roa.a i isan from seed in cultivated fields or else HAND. Rrsldencn
)
TrlchoUt -
This grail ( HRINQMAN. E. J. i
"' ... _.- -- : annual from So'uth.Afrlc.. where. like crab grass. It Is more or MISS.SIDNI3Y L. I
grass ;
i
,
PltUburg- Pa !
s ..r" -'. Attention to |:1 which it now commonly crown in less winter-killed in Central Florida, UHINOMAN, !of ,

r ': / : Public and semi-tropical coun but farther south, or In warm winters MAI4 and ; }
I',: the Traveling many tropical WIDOW. of i
% it live over from one season to and the following
may
1 "t -\' - : tries. Sometimes it !I. called "Aus
.
\s';, 'Jost across the square from the next. There should be no fear of L. Crawford Grace
-. : tralian Redtop," or "Hawaiian Red- II Crawford, Park
1.- A. C. "L. DepotKISSIMMEE in cultivated fields, IMttsburv Pa. and ,.
it becoming a pest
the true
related to
but it is not
i'allestlne
top, of East ,
.. ' FLA. : redtop. It was Introduced into Flor- j for it can be eradicated without dif at law of J0812IM1/ ]
/ i I It ripens seed: uniformly, so S CKA8ICIJ, and all ,
ficulty. I
It is ,
t : ida some twenty years ago. i \ lerrstedYou :
now grown abundantly in Marion ''if it is made into hay just before it \ and each of you : !
I( will be scattered tilled that J. A.
seeds
blooms no
I Lake, Sumter, Orange and Polk counties mlatnliator of the "
and the next year there will be little fyinirman, deceased ha :;
and to some extent in all parts
- easier iroUKT by petition
MUCH
f f IS Natal in that field.
: I or no grass
1 /T of South Florida. order to sell the ro !

to get from our : Natal eras is sometimes confused 1 Hay ceula lands, fiiuiii lying It and Alii beUijr I tT iif : \ I : ,
If the seed is sown about May ( nbered ' ,,
1 there i Lots 11 )
what : with Rhodes grass. However .
Bakery just you 'ewer 'hr..
the first crop of hay will be ready f (23)) of !
,
is no likeness between the two except hundred Seventy (
F A want for Sunday dinner harvesting about July 15. Natal grass ntVle arid and IIveet :
: that they are both of African origin. I Survey of the Town of I
at the seeds requires about eighty to eichty-flve( Ida uu shown by the
T than! to bake : In the Natal grass are J
: under the said Town IIIcd !
1 days from seeding to maturity
r borne in loose pink downy branching th.i Clerk of the
home these warm. : the color of which fades to 1 favorable conditions. County and State on

days.yE1tVICETHEHEifd almost sprays white when the seed is matured. The yield of hay per acre varies August fist Hook. A...] I'' 1809. .

greatly, depending upon the soil and purpose of paying, .. I I tI -
tion, tu be sold at

THE HOME BAKERY i Natal grass makes Soil. its best growthon I, climatic yields will conditions., of course, The be obtained heavier at pear You the. before COURT are hereby this HOUS12() ( ,

It will from the better soils (CITY KL.URIOA) on or
vegetable land.
REED Prop. ? any good I of A. I U. 11)13)
n .;i iit ? J. H. soil but will not Natal grass was first planted by day btay
',
9 grow on quite sandy ; If any. why said '
i ; *0 0" ***- 3 produce as good yields as it will on the Experiment Station in 1892, and be grunted as prayed
on the Station farm at Gainesville in It Is further ordered ,
the better soils. tion be published) In
j May 1908 where it has been growing Valley U..a..Ia
Seed Bed. )In the said County
The preparation of the seed bed I each year since. /,'1(6)( weeks. from : : : ::

The average yield of hay per acre WIIIHHB in> hand .
is similar to that for
CONSOLIDATED for Natal
grass this 2nd day of '' .
any other cultivated crop. It is not during the past four years has been 1 Klsslniiiiii <:1Ollco'ol.
about and tons. The of I*"lurid.iI .
: TITLE necessary to prepare a deep seed bed, one a quarter .J I 1, fVI nSTRIo
but it is essential to see that the heaviest yield of hay during one sea- i'L.iitK: :i

surface is well pulverized. Plow the I son was 2.6 tons per acre; this being ( Seal) an

COMPANY land "broadcast" to the depth of fourto the yield of two cuttings. The soil H>' JAMI3S I :M = 1 (I( :).l|

i' the seed I upon which it was grown is what is ,
six inches. Then prepare I"litl I 1'1' ( ", Guarantee the Title to Lands bed by the use of the harrow. If the I classed as high pine land such as 10".1111,1) I
j would produce 15 to 20 bushels of 7114 .11. UII IAI. I lilt : ,'
4' it be
i Prepares Merchantable Abstracts surface is rough, may necessaryto < harrow the field several times. The corn per acre. .J I \V'HITHiCK.. *... I
of Title to Timber ando The following figures some JUNNliI1ITUKCK. I I
tooth harrow or the Acme harrow are give
,
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It l h i I
Tracts In Lee, idea of tthe value of Natal appearing' > | i "
Colonization two good implements that can be used feeding to the bill filed In the -!
DeSoto and Osceola Counties. hay when compared with timothy that JK.NN1K: \\'IIITIII.
this work. grass
f to advantage for ant therein named Is. ..;;;:
+ Seeding. : the state of loriilii, ..,, I ,
I of CLIMAX ( : l
a The seed may be sown broadcast or Natal Timothy of twentoric years
Moisture. _ 9.75 per ct...13.2 per ct ordered that said ..
- it be in eight ten
11 can planted rows or .. and be and 'Is hereby
Fiber __. .36.75" 29.0" : : : \
inches apart. The seed is very light pear to the bill of
Ash _ ._ 5.02" 4.4. Mal and and it is difficult to scatterit -
Titles to City Lots fluffy 5th daof May. A. l->.
uniformly over the surface of the Protein _ 7.45" 59" the allegations of
EXAMINED PROMPTLY. taken confessed
as by
soil. This however can be overcometo St'ch.sgr.etc 3923:! 45.0". It Is further ordered .

a considerable extent if the seed is Fats, etc __ 1.80" 2.6. be concesutlwteks publish on<'e In a
(
mixed with moist sand. If the sand Large quantities of hay of various Valley Ouzt'tti., a m'
ed In .said County and
i LEWIS O'BRYAN Manager is made too wet it will not be possibleto kinds are shipped into Florida each This. Mar. h 31st. m

4 r KUsimmee Office. get an even distribution. It will year When hay was cheap the buy J I I. OV Clerk;

require ten to fourteen pounds of seedto ing of a few tons each winter did not ii i U <;icr< Ie It.S"lIdl"r.
for ( ,
plant an acre. It will always be require the expenditure of much cash. (SEALS !

l found best to use a liberal quantity of But now when we have to pay as '

seed so as to get a good stand. much or more than $1.00 or $1.60 Notice Is h.'r..b>'
) Head Office: Kirisimmee, .
Care should be taken not to cover per hundred for hay, the expenditurefor Stephens lantic Coast as Line freight
Branches Fort Myers,
:
the seed too deeply. If the seed is this feed al9ne soon amounts to corporation will on
:,i Fla., Arcadia, Fla day' of Ma>. 1913. at '
i covered too deeply a poor stand is several hundred dollars. Thus. large at the warehouse of
.
the result. The seed is of sent out of the state Line Railroad
likely to be sum money is Hlsstmmee. Kla. sell
very small and it is not possible for each year for a product that we can the following goods
chandlse. which have of
.1\ Ih I it to come up through a heavy cover- and should produce at home. Everyton unclaimed In the r." ,

t r of soil.Natal of hay produced the farm lantt Coast Line '
1i. ing on :In the town of .. ::. ; ;
i. Jf you want a grass seed is widely 4l means that much extra profit for the space of more than
: uted by the wind and it may trib-1 season's work. to-v.lt to the: first publication 1'w

: BARGAIN Two car loads of
: in an -- -------------- -
pounds, more or less

; ORANGE GROVE COTTON GINNED least one citizen of a Pacific coast ninth Warlnit day. from of Hushni.. ": 1

I ,. state thinks it is about time that Flor- WarlnK. as consignee .

J or land to grow IN FLORIDAFOR idians were letting the world at large Fin Three car loads of

j know what fine oranges and grapefruit pounds" more or less.. :
WarlnK.I from U
D,. t. Oranges and J I Florida produces. Then, too, sixteenth" day of Sept.
,< ,,: Waring as consignee
r 1 (, CROPS FROM 1910 TO 1912' there is all the 'western part of Europe FlaOne
Grapefruitsea which should Florida hundred and
belong to
,
. ? 'I:) COUNTING ROUND BALES Cement 1>4(0 pounds
1 growers as a market, a. one may shipper R. D. WarlnK.
4" .i'1' BUCKELS AS HALF BALES. judge from reports from American Fla Bust., TnetJwiIb.n\? ; : :

I v l J consuls which the 'Times-Union has signee Six hundred at Ktaslmmee.and .

,, County 11912L911 191O published from time to time. The wall plaster. weight
more or less
shippers
Alachua _______ 6.203 9,839 7,07Baker friend in Spokane who encloses us a Haltvllle Va. on the

(; LOUIS A. SEARSON __________ 471 1.162 1,076 clipping from which we quote, says: ;' of consignee August at 1912. to It.

:ti'f. Bradford _______ 1.899 4.855 3.261 "If we will only wake up to our One concrete mixer
i \ PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Columbia _____. 1.633 3.192 2,577 many advantages we 'can 'skin' California cluding engine and .
Ellcambia ______ 1.182 1,917 1,67-4 ceanarfixtures. .
AUDITOR a mile but we will have to tell more or less shipper I
from Hustinell Fla,
i r Gadsden u_____ 1,040 2,984 1.368 the world about it, just as this whole second day: of August, :

; Commercial Muiicipal Accounting Hamilton _______ -2,524 4.196 3.516 west country does. We produce the Ha Waring. for as the consignee |
purpose
> Holmes ________ 3.161 4.188 2,047 best of everything but the world does- warehouse and other J
Incorporated Accountant of the Jackson ________ 16.23321,38515,522 have accrued against
;. International Accountants Jefferson ______ 3,571 6.616 4,540 n't know it. Freight M. E. ':.. -
\ We have the goods, but are, as a 18-6t .
; Detroit.
Society. Lafayette ______ 604 1.046 814 community in the case of the merchant

.. --- Leon __________ 4,019 6.267 6.616 who having a store full of the \OTU'IC! TO 4.
j. p, .. Iw 177UBIIIMEE. err onicsUlENDUI. : Madison ___ __ -5.28711.021 7.858 I. 4'onrt of the ('ou.'"
u
.
choicest of does not ....
goods, develophis Florida 4> ol. :
Fla. I C Santa Rosa ____ 3.037 4,054 2,741 .
In re Kstate of R l ()!
Suwanee _______ 4,396 5.678 3.976 trade, because he does not adver lo all 4 r. tise. Prices at New York Boston I.... and .11 1.-rsonn. .

f Taylor ________ 231 363 323 and other northern markets would drmnnda mucmlnmt said
,
a You and each of you
( Walton ______ 1.727 2.83 ,797 titled and requlnd I '
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rule if
r" ;i 71 higher those markets had to (
M. fr Washington ____ 1,57g 1.645 967 claims and demands '
All other _u____ g74 1,331 694 compete for our fruits with marketsin either estate of of R you M>may HR. .

Real Estate \ The State ____ 68.76194,471167.172FRUIT the northwest in Canada and in OHceola County "' i
Agency.t1.M.
Europe.-Times-Union. signed Administrator :
within one > ear from
4 .. ..... ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNA (Editor's Note-The Times-Union .Dated. this 23d day l l191S

4 ) apparently does not know that the .. WILLIAM
Realty bought and sold.
) { Houses rented. ftJ Spokane (Wash.) man, writing; to Florida Citrus Exchange has been ad- ANDREW Attorney JOHNSON

,# Taxes paid and Titles verified k the Spokane Spokesman-Review from vertising Florida oranges all over the

r p j for non-residents. the Canadian province of Alberta, country for the past two seasons).- -- - -.

P where he has been looking after his Florida Grower. We, the undersigned : (
j Fire Life and Accident! In- '' (
'I surance. *II' own interests, concerning the opor- our places of business :

'1 Indemnity Bonds. tunities presented by that country for THE CLOCK MIGHT RUN DOWN days and Mondays at \ : I

'. J the marketing of Washington apples, Jack-When I get my new house I from April 1st to Nov. .'
....... ..
. ._. has this to say, which should be of Interest mean that everything shall run like Waters & Carson

. W. ,P", to the Florida orange grower: clockwork. Dann & Dann.C. ,

< "It is gratifying to learn that the Bill-I see; the same as heretofore W. Griffin.D. .

t 3 DR. WM HARPEROSTEOPATH president of the Wenatchee Commercial -tick, tick.THEY II. Riggan.G. .
.:
Club has placed himself on record M. Taylor.D. .

in favor of an advertising campaignto COME EVERY DAYWh.n R. Blenis Co.

popularize the apple. Californiawas R. S. Floyd.J. .
M' '.
STECIAL/ST IN successful in a campaign last M. Yates.
'+
CHRONIC DISEASES
I a year when the orange growers raised Ordia Bass. -

t .' OONSUL'fA1'1bN EXAMINATION FREE $40,000 for a aation-wide adverti.ingcampaicn. Th.y Need a Thing and Know ..
I was in Los Angeles at Where to Get It. WIFE LOVE PUT I

,j : KISSIMMEE. I the time the movement was started John J. Butler, of 29
t4 Tou positively cannot keep p.opl
t TUESDAYS. THUftSDA VB.3 A TUftOA VS
Off CEo CENTRAL HOTEL and I have heard since that it was a away from the store that sells Taylor1 Yonkers, N. Y., has
20-to-l Investment. Today one hard Bt Blood Medlctn for people who against John E.
that when they get
have taken It know
ly hears anything about the Florida those sharp shooting pains throughthe merly boarded with
PHONE 2'eS -
FLA
r" ORLANDO orange which, experts say, is the body, have no appetite and the ing the affections of

- -- best flavored of the two." rheumatism besrtnc to cripple them up. papers filed in the
Best
they can always rely on Taylor's
666 Among other things considered in Blood Medicine to relieve them and White Plains he asks.

. ; No. the informal meeting of citrus grow make them feel all right a..aln.: |I 20000.
P. Come to our store today and get
,' Thb Is a prescription prepared especially I a bottle and It will cost you absolutely Among other
'; for MALARIA or CHILLS 4V FEVER. I-! nothing If It does not do all w. claim I Butler says the

., Klve or six: doses will break any cue, and the State. Florida ought not to be for IL'. while he got milk
Price, $1 SO the bottle. |
if Uksa then u Ionic he Fever will not
more than behind California beaten when he
a year our Your own drnfrisl recommends andnarantees
return. Il acts on the liver better than
Taylor's Best Blood! Medlrine -
brethren. As will be noticed at ism shown for .
' Calomel and does sicken. 25c ,
not ripe or < ask alas abeot It. i lK

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'0 tOt Scarcely advanced enough to be con- !
-
yilR'sKl.9iyi $ i mmmmmmmm $ix$$yi' ui'$ xx'fiYxYYxy1 slde'red! by the ,textile manufacturersof I " '
NortlTor
$ !Ii ber the Industry and of the Europe.turpentine The Indus lum H. M. BREAKER & CO.
$
.. !f1
... ,1' try were, of course, well advanced be- ,
!IiIi cause of the great forest areas. How
.
; !IiIi different it is today. ''The lumber industry I
_._
; FISHING DAYS ARE HERE -- ,, '!Ii ,- in spite'orthe-great-inroadson N. "
'
$ !IiIi the South's forests' is far ahead of
'I', that of 25 ago; the turpentine
Y'r. years "
,. !Ii industry is only minor "'
a as
'IJ. _, Ien one compared Do wantan -
: ;;II with the othere- -under their .. you i
!Ii' great progress. The iron and, steel. Industries -

'$ Osceola Hardware Co., have the !xx : have doubled and.qudrupled, .
.. though the iron deposits have scarcely .
-i' i most complete line of ., been touched. The textile industry, Orange .

still growing, has advanced until the .

11,000,000'spindles represent two ... . .
-
- ..
x RODS; REELS, HOOKS, SPINNERS, thirds of all "| are in the country.A Grove ? '7.- -- ,- '
great furniture industry has sprungup.
x FLOATS The cottonseed-oil industry is
LINES GIGS ETC. x
I represented by hundreds of mills in .
which millions of, dollar? have been ..* .

x be found xr I invested. There has developed a very
to in Osceola County. Just figure out
large clay-working indusCry, and thisis
x something which is l likely to havea We have some Bargains in :
what yod need and come here and we will fit x much larger growth in the imme- .

diate future. Coal and iron mining,
x, you out complete. x marble and granite quarrying have as- Groves to Offer '

M sumed a most important position. ,
Good Road Construction.
!Ii !:Ii "Very few counties in all the South
Big Money to be made in Citrus
!Ii' y:; in 1S90 had more than a mile or two

Osceola Hardware of good roads. The people were not Fruit business in Florida
x Company. x interested in securing them, most ofthem now. i
] did not know how to get them,
!Ii !IiIi :.
: and financially the South was in no
y1sn !: condition build them. Today we

!Ii -- Yt have many single counties which have WE HAVE MANY SPLENDID GROVES TO OFFER OUR
oat !Ii !Iifififili I invested a million dollars in good
: CLIENTS. CALL ON US AND LET US HAVE A TALKWITH YOU .
Yi ! x xYi'Fi'fi'ill'fiS; ; ; IililiYYYIilifililiYIi; ; ; ; xx; xi S'r. highways, and practically several every million stateis
0 upending each year REGARDING ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES. NOW IS
dollars for better highways. The
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, - South has almost taken the lead in THE BEST TIME TO INVEST AS YOU SECURE THIS YEAR'S ._

tiw M. V.: Richards OnSouthern ern those cities in the which North were in on the a characteror par witty the"What nation wonderful in this respect.advances therehas CROP OF FRUIT IN MOST CASES.

r I the extent of their municipal improvements been in the schools and colleges! I
i is ; which does --
There scarcely a town
Growth or in the character of I
: their buildings. All this has changed.: not have a good school system and Young Grove consisting of 12 acres gate this. This property is convenient I

Well-paved streets, the most adequate good) school building The country grapefruit and 3 acres late Valincia to town, has marled road on one side,
-- sewerage systems, fine park systems, I school has been brought up to much oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, one end. Price $4,200.
article evident. It is almost as much the subject higher standard the township schools, I
The following interesting I j i residential streets and districts of : ; on the east side of Lake Tohopeka-
upon the growth and progress of the i of comment in other portions of beauty and attractiveness, tasty substantial the county high schools, the industrial has been planted one year, trees in Splendid 5-acre grove, consisting of ,
South is by M. V. Richards, Land and the country as it is in the South itself buildings showing: the best I and the district agricultural schools fine condition, land well drained. This orange, grapefruit and tangerines. .
and the I been introduced the state agricultural Located on the east side of Lake To-
Industrial Agent of the Southern Rail- while the business man architectural planning, adopted to the have property offered for $4500-$2500 :
way Washington, I p. C.:: investor in Europe takes notice of it. best purposes. Not long ago the hotels I and technical colleges and cash; balance in one and two yearn at hopekaliga, perfect frost protection.This .
"In the 20 years from IRK!! to 1909, I normal schools have been given high is one of the very best citrus f
"It m,. nearly or quite 25 years since ; of the South were a by-word. The (6 j per cent. Will increase in value
census years no less than $1,076,000- standing, the slate universities compare fruit propositions in Osceola county,
traveler
I became directly interested, throughmy was constantly complainingabout I very rapidly.A I
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: invested I' with, in the in and be secured favorable "
added the can
railway connections, with the development I 000 were to capital the facilities and the way in any country on
in the manufacturing: plants in our which charactc r and efficiency, while millions terms. Price $4500. ,4
work looking to a richer, a i I they were run. Visitors from
more prosperous and more advanced nine Southeastern States-the old' other sections avoided a great many have been donated to colleges twenty acre tract located on .Big Bargain In a Dome 1'

agricultural, industrial and commercial ; South. This means that between places, and large numbers were kept and universities."The I marl road, two miles from depot on Splendid new six-room house, Just
which have I these two periods the factories of the out of the South because could advance in agriculture has, in St. Cloud road. inside
South. The changes. they Property has good city limits, fine deep well, lot '
taken place in this quarter of aj; cen- i section had quadrupled in capital invested 'I not find the class of accommodationsthey a way, changed the whole eutlook in house and three-acre orange grove in contains two acres o" ground, good .
I their and in the'' American agriculture. It is today
tury have more than justified the be- in output desired. Today first-class hotels bearing. This grove will yield from new bare wagon and buggy sheds, i t
lief we held in 1888 as to the advantages I wages paid,; tot I their employees. The ; are found in every city, and the nunii- seen that the South, while its indus- 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each and all,under good new fence. Fine t
and opportunities which lay in | same striking advance has been made i I ber of modern, well-kept houses is trial importance is to grow into a year. Sufficient land cleared and in location for small truck garden o>
t the South and the work which various alongall lines. increasing:j, just as fast as the business larger and larger factor in American cultivation to increase grove to twelve poultry ranch. This is a fine propo-
industries, is to be the greatest of the
agencies, from the individual citizento I Cities and Towns demands. I' country's agricultural sections. Farm- or fifteen acres, and at same tirfle/can sition, where one will have the free- '(

the well-organized commercial club, "To me the :Soutrt'a growth is per- :i From Village Into Cities ers in the South have largely becomea be yielding any garden truck desired.If dom of the country, yet close enough .:/'
industrial department, state associa- haps best shown by the growth of : "As has been the growth and de- most class; the agencies in search of property that will to enjoy all the advantages of the
tion or newspaper enterprise, have the cities and towns, both those whichare | velopment of the larger places, BO has now prosperous at work will make the farm results now, and at all times while city, such as splendid high school, best .

done. the centers of manufacturing industries I i been the advancement of scores and prosperity more general, and this will while extending new grove, investi-j. markets, churches, etc. Price $1760. r
"The advance in the Southern states and those which depend for i hundreds of smaller cities and towns. attract to the Southern lands the best .r r
has not merely been along commercial the most) part upon the trade of the I I Many places have grown from the the classes of farmers from the outside."It ..
and industrial lines. It has includedin surrounding country. Of the larger smallest villages into cities and manu- was hard to get the attention of DO YOU WANT A DOME OF YOUR OWN !'
Ita upward sweep everything-the places there need only be mentioned s I facturing and commercial centers.
investors manufacturers and home-
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If you have never experienced the pleasure of having a winter home
building of cities and towns with every such places as Richmond, Norfolk, I High Point, N. C., had no placein the seekers 25 when talkedof
years ago you
modern improvement of the latest Lynchburg, Danville, Charlotte,' Win-, ; census figures in 1890. Today it is Southern opportunities. Today it in the best section of Florida, a little place you can call your own, you bad

and best pattern and character, the ston-Salem, Greensboro, Columbia, one of the greatest furnituremakingcenters is comparatively easy. Why the difference -! better get busy as the longer you wait the higher the price you will have

wide extension of educational activities Spartanburg, Greenville, Atlanta, Savannah of the nation. The flourishing ? The achievements in every to pay for choice properties like the following: ifl-'tl .
and the pronounced betterment, Augusta. Macon, Columbus, I town of Altavista, Va., is an entirely line, the greater knowledge of Southern I "11.
modern ,
of all school work, a greater under- Ga., Jacksonville, Birmingham, Mont- !i new town, less than a half dozen years; resources and conditions. No. 464.-$3600.-New, I New, modern six-room' bungalow" s
value of Southern Orleans Memphis six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory hot and cold water .. '
standing of the gomery, Mobile, New old. Such are Karmapolis and Spray, "The great growth will continue." I "
increased Knoxville and Me- and cold water, electric lights, beautiful -! electric lights, tiled bath room, two (
lands and a vastly prosperity II Chattanooga, N. C., Aragon, Ga., and there are ;
to Southern farmers, and a wider, ridian. A quarter of a century ago many more newly located towns which I' BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE SALE expensive mantels, new furniture, fire places. Lot 73x117" feet. Located -
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better and more effective outlook on I the manufacturing interest was devel- have had a large growth: and assured 1 nice rugs. House furnished complete, on Mabbette street, four and one- t "
the part of the southern people, a oped only to a moderate extent in positions of importance. ; iOO) pounds of this face of eight ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from post office. One of 1 .'
firmer and better position of the Southin practically all these places. Today it I "Think of the wonderful growth of point body type, nearly new, plentyof 147V4 feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice \"
the general affairs of the nation is not only large: in every one, but Durham, N. C., through the great tobacco \ sorts of all kinds, displaced by installation ing orange trees. Located in thret
:.. not merely political, but in the the variety of industries representedis and mill interests; of Raleigh, of linotype, will sell to first and a half blocks of the post office, new six-room cottage, bath I
I thought, the achievements and the am- of the widest character, and a very I a capital city which has grown intoa one sending order and check at 15c on beautiful Verona'street the very and electric lights, two porches, located ____ ':a 1' ,
bitions of the American people. large proportion of the plants are great industrial, commercial and per pound. Probably over COO best neighborhood. Call and let on fine corner lot 744x117 feet """ ;: '
Progress' Is Evident. making) good for country-wide or financial district; of the new activitiesat pounds. us show you this beautiful home. on Mabbette' St. New sidewalks. A ,.h :

"If it were possible for me to give world-wide distribution The jobbing West Point, Va., which will make One 22:! inch Economic cutter, in Terms on part of purchase if desired. nice comfortable home. Price $2400. ', ; n 1 t
concrete figures it would be easy to interest has had a like development that an important port; of the steady I good condition, replaced by larger machine No. 309-Splendid new six-room .
how this to everyone. -But it needso in most of these cities. It takes of progress of conservative Charleston, Will sell for $40 cash. First No475..-Close in home. This is house, just inside city limita, fine deep :,:.. j
concrete figures to show that the the trade of adjacent territory and with the continued development of its check gets it. . -, a nice little house of five rooms and well, lot contains two acres of ground ,.y "
outh's progress has been simply won- reaches out to the whole South. The shipping and its trade. l VALLEY GAZETTE, bath, with modern conveniences, on good new barn, wagon and buggy :
erful. To the man who rides on the center of distribution for merchandise "The progress of the South is equally Kissimmee, Fla. corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two sheds, all' under good new fence. Fine, j
outhern railways, through the pros- consumed in the South has been in well shown by the advance in different blocks of Broadway. House furnished I location for small truck garden or
roes factory towns, who visits the large measure transferred to the lines of industry. Twentyfiveyears MORE LIKELYOne complete, ready to move in and begin poultry ranch. This is a fine prop- i
and small cities and the wide- South, and there has developed a ago the iron business was well of the ladies in fancy dress housekeeping, without the expenditure -I osition where you will have the freedom i ",
rge of the country, yet close enough
wake villa'ges and towns, who watch- class of business men of the highest started, there were a number of successful was, though fair enough, a trifle of additional -money above the to enjoy all the advantages of the I I'
is the activities at all the Southern standing for enterprise and aggress- tobacco plants, a few furni- stout, and Vve will not say that she price which we offer the property for. I city, such as splendid high school, best
* orts or who reads the news about iveness. A quarter of a century ago ture factories, a few cottonseed-oil did not look well out of the thirties. Price $2300, including furniture. I markets, churches etc. Price '1760. f. ,.
outhern industries, this progress is there were comparatively few South- I mills, while the textile industry was And there spoke to her a reporter: +,"'1 ,'
I I "May I ask what character you
.. represent?" KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST."

"Helen of Troy," she answered. Here's the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located ,
I "What did you think it was?" sub-division. ,
"Well," he murmered, ungallantly .t
enough, as weights and measures con- PINE CREST i i. situated between Ernn.ett and Mabbette streetsAverlooktng >

fused his brain and he gazed: on her the City and Lake, and i.i bound to become one of the best resident subdivisions II' !

ample proportions, "I thought you in Kissimmee. This is where the birds sing and not where the frogs \

If what want is not in might be Helen of AvoirdupoisuIuIuUiuuu'I'IuuIUU-" croak. Lots are high and well drained.. This addition is planned for people :

you who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough land t :,

to build a real home on at a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lots ( "

our show windows its in- r- ' -- this winter. Call early end get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $IOQ per ,

lot on easy terms of payment. ') :,1
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OUR BRICK CATALOG rf > jr LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS.Of .
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KVtiRY KINU Or BRICK- r course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.We I

r ... tmil! Ion. SHIPMENTS ANY a i.ari have nice, high lots, near the lake which we are offering at price
raw WHERt.GKT that are attractive. See these lots, get our prices and terms on them beforeyou
sac assswraffia decide on a location for a home.
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'\ AGE 10, .. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE..
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WEDDING I IN CITY'S lh lirg living room. were displayedthe J r . ( : .' have same by, calling at. this tt(J

numerous useful 'and handsome I OVERFLOWe proving property and J
I[ LOCAL paying
HIGH SOCIAL LIFE gifts. ] Classified Advertisements this notice. 1
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'. : Dr. Carson's: gifts to his groomsmen I "
watch fobs and the 'I HOUSE and lot
I were gold | The Brownies will furnish music at BUY A In T_
MISS ELM SMITH BECOMES bride's to her attendants were oval ?, Fish. Fry tomorrow. A4I".U.a are .._... 41 ..4.... tkl.' heed .t the ?.<" ..f .Five that \\B rented all the time and p]

shaped monogram gold hatpins. Cc.<. Per l.l.. Far K.... ,.......10.. 15 'tent on the Invest
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THE. BRIDE -OR WI LI.IAM- . .
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a -- "" Carsonle the Carry tirn - - - . . . '1
"Mrr. nlydaug1ter' cup along" on the excursion i 111111111.111.I I I I . . Price $520. Write J. 'F. G.:,
t'y WOODKIN: CARSO of: ,Mrs.\ Lillie C. Smith:and has made tomorrow.. It will be a great I FOR SALE_Well' located city lot, I .512 East Park. 1'1

i. -- ber home in Kisimmee for the past convenience and will save, the committee FOR SALE. I monthly."' installments. GF.
three year. Dr. Carson is the oddest the expense of buying one. will buy a valua-I on 17"4t MEET me at Kissimmee Drug
(Contributed) FOR SALE-$3500 Parker. will drink of
and we get a the
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oflirand Mrs. N. I). Carson .
Kusiin-
- 'son in the heart of :-
#t The wedding ot Miss ,Elma Smith The W. C. T. U. will hold a meetingat ble property soda water made.
and has lived here moat of his life. mee, now paying about 14 per cent. SALE-pure Rhode Island Red -
( F and Dr. Woodfln Carson took place the Chapter House next FOR
Monday
Enhancing
the above amount.
Dr. and Mrs. Carson left after the on strain. C. 11.
4 at the First Baptist church Wednesday . afternoon at 2:30.: All members are in value every; day. H. M. Breaker hens, good laying FOR RENT.
reception for a short wedding trip uhf
.y .. ., night at half] after eight o'clockDr and on their return will begin housekeeping : urgently requested to be present. A Co. 89 Blanchaino, 217 MabbetU '
A. J. Holt, ably assisted by the duck FOR RENT-Modern cottages, 1
.' in their attractive home FOR SALE-At a bargain;; 35 reinforced SALE-Indian Runner
on : I The best, the sweetest music ever FOR rates. Mrs. E. E. Well .
mcr 1
Rev. Bunyan Stephens of Ocala perfornied and 260 ;
J : from
and. Church street. The cement fence posts LOO)() setting. Eggs
Sproul a avenue I heard in these parts will be the eggs. $ per
on
-- --- ----- fence A. B. Jarrell,
Uvnrepressive ring 'cefemony.Brown's posts.
..! orchestra rendered the lot upon which it was erected was the boat and at Southport tomorrow- At cypress Kissimmee Drug Co. )1l'Iof ten ducks laying nine eggs FOR RENT OR SALE-Tw_
1, ". wedding gift of the groom's father. the Brownies orchestra will do the per day. Address Box 205, Kissmi-I I store building on Brack St. lfo,
I "Ansel's Serenade" by Braga while Kissimmee. II. C. StanforjDW1iLLINGS
After the first they will be at home performing. FOR SALE-First Class Al Restua- mee, Fla. 1 R-It
the wedding guests! assembled. rant doing good business. Best location -
friends. for rent tT
to their opply |
The church, decorated under thesupervision Ilev. Father Fox will be in Kissim- in town. Reason for selling FOR SALE- 100 acres of fine muck K
Dr. and Mrs Carson begin theirmarried Tiller. ',
look
to
my undivided time required Railroad through this _
of Miss Jean Caldwell land. survey
life under most. auspiciouscircumstaiKes mee on Saturday the 26th. Confessions after interests of other
property truck farming.
land and adapted to FOR RENT- -A suite of three
M e was never more beautiful. That entire enjoying thee friendship and devotions at 7:30: in the parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- Price application real bar- aps
r I portion surrounding the altar was and esteem of all who know 'evening and mass at eight o'clock simmee, Fla. 3-tf gain. on Address box 302, Kissimmee, I netting furnished rooms, all modtql
flanked in palms, ferns and southern Sunday morning Fla. 9_tt 1 conveniences. Mrs. W. II. Arnol4.j(
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them. FOR SALE-10 acres of land under - ------
itself --
smilax, while the altar was massed --- -- lIa
in Easter lilie.s. The color scheme R. W. Cobb returned last night from hog-proof fence, 2% acres under FOR SALE-Large size billiard table I I
I to''!
I of pink and white was further expressed BARACA-PHILATHEA Jacksonville, to which city he accompanied cultivation. 6-room house, good with full equipment. Apply 3'' FOR RENT-Slx.room concrete bo.galow. .
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Frank Vans Agnew. ] and I IAve.
Penfield
01' Bermuda
I by I lull alternating,'" of Mrs. Cobb on Sunday for the well and barn. Situated % mile I
; + Easter lilies and pink carnations, and ANNUAL CONVENTIONHELD purpose of undergoing an operatoin.Mr. from city limits and Vi mile from FOR SALK:--Four good mules.. : :J. W. 1 1I Mrs. Summers, 608 Pen eW.H.1f )

( the entire scene was, beautifully illui' ,, I Cobb Rays that the operation was I railroad. Price $(>00.00. Terms. I Miller __ 1I ltf--' : ; '-_iS! \
I most successful, and that his wife Apply] Box 432: Kissimmee, Fla. "
1. minaled by pink waxen tapers par FOR( :SALK" --at a great bargain, :Hit roK N"fFlat of four rooms hi
tially screened by southern smilax. I THIS YEAR; AT :NASH': will be 110 far recovered in a coupleof 15-tf I acres\ just outside city limits on bath t room; modern convenient I

The bridal] party entered to the VILLE.; PENN:': :, JUNE 19. weeks as to be able to return home. I Bermuda! Ave., .'uon1" house, good! close in. S. J. Soudera, 118 N.J

,it strains of the wedding march from '' 2(1( ANf:': )'21. Mr.I and Mrs. Fling and daughter, FOR SALE-At a bargain, motorboat : barn, hen houses" 1 1(1(1( ( young orange Beaumont Ave. 18-tf I
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30x8% 15 in. draft;
"Gadfly"
1/ohe.ngrin. First were the ushers' ; and other fruit. Apply -
pees
1 t Dr. George; Parker and Mr. Barton Graham Miss Fling, left, and last Wm.night Fling for Philad'lphia and son-, 1'2: *h. p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. engine; full : ), to John Morgan, : liermudaAxe --"

Dutton, walking singly. Following :Miss. :May ( anion, .state secretary to remain during the equipment; everything new. Terms I I IK-ltp ; .:-:..:-:-:..:-:-:..:-:-:... ......
summer. ::
II : these were the bridesmaids! Miss Tur- of the I'hil.ithca Societies' of Flal'ida.waM on part if desired. See Saunders '- .1.
They will return in the fall and I 1--
again
,, yule of )Pennsylvania" und Miss. Zaida in th/1 city Wednesday afternoon at Gazette office. tf II I 1I I SE'ONOIIANI:( : I J : :II) (CAK HAKUAINS 1(( ; I .'.
occupy their residence on' Brack ,street .1.
e )Dutton of MeLand, Fla.] Next to entor in the interests of the Baraca-l'hila- .II\! \:! Mlclnir.in.' splendid! ;condition) !', .!.
i
) was the maid of honor :Miss Mary.i.ir Ibea annual convention to be held in and "superintend the. marketing of FOR SALE-Ten acres of good land' $1,11110( ( ; cost new :$q.'.',,,,i :i:
fruit from their extensive,
orange" in Northwest Kissimmee fronting
:Nashville, ] IVnn., June J II! JO and 21. ciin.lili.in. .1.
: Carson, following whom was' the ma / : : I''I'J! 'iidillac. -plendid'
for
grit e. East on Vine stree. Suitable .1.
t. trim of honor, Mr I, Kilgar: .1.) Oliver, Her object. was to get as many as poscible ,r small fruits, vegetables general I I -* I.'-"H; cost t ,new .fJ.JIH :::
sister,, of the< gloom: Immediately of the young people interested [ The committee\ in charge of the /lish trucking, dairy or chicken farm. If r.H:I I 11 I 'adillai.< -I'1'iihd ii.ndit. ,t ''oil. .1.

__,,-|ircceding, I the< briile, i ami- the dainty to ,make\ the trip III a special party fry at Southport tomorrow "request 1 sold quickly, will take $750.Oo, _!HIII I ; cusl. in w :$!,'_',KKI( :I: 1
little. flower girl: :Margaret" Waring\ fioni I I-lotiila s<0 that the cork might I that'I'Y person lake a tin cup 'as which is )less'' than the city assessed I ;Maxwell' Hoadstei. -pleiulid' ,ion :
valuation. G. F. Kribbs, Kissim ::
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siring: rose liuds" The bride entered In-come better! know in the state, and I part of hs. luggage on the trip as it I' mee, Fla. 4tf. dltl"| i. ."-.'",II. cost. new :>7.i" :.ft

upon the rum of her/ brother Mr incidentally to boost" Florida by I is impossible>1 for the committee: to I'.HI: I liunlllrr..fur, : -hap'SJ". >n.cosi . :: .
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W. A. Smith, who gave her away. As maKn.g a "'pl--ial' cai"' paity from. I know the number of cups to pun. huso, i.-i\ .';!..!1I11 ',s'

7 they tppiourli"il the alta the) werejoincil .lark-ii>"\ I III.-. and do not wish. any one to fail to I \'lfloth-' ..1"a'' ; _'H..J hatguilIII '- 'y.'

1 by I the gloom and hi: bed. man, ;MU Cannon during!: la1 '01 111 n1'. !take a drink of that delicious, colTVe ,: \: nit G; \:\ SiorunK( : co" .

J 1! M,'. EdgarI.: /. Oliver,, of Savannah. in Milon! .lo attending,,/ the :National' .1 "". :M. lee will I brew.>. .\i'.t'"- ,lot, I .i.' '' 11n. luKrw" I" ::1:

Cia; aral! together they advanced '"uriM, I1.1'n. "I'th<- liar.ica-l'! 'ilatbeaocietie I I j Mrs. E. E. WellsReal UM.I, i; i II y
(C wife '
\ liaibeau.
and children:
's'Y
1 Aflei the ,leiemony the bridal putty I al :N'liifolk.\ made a trip' I Is |II.j, |11'1| N.-I/ \lain' xii'l r rI
)left the church to the Mums: ofMendelssohn's -nugh' ( tin \\ i -i'-.kit'n| aid i ad i .
4 ,, wedding march M-rli-ing, / the work, ,tlnough, !: the -.late-. )I! + at t their beautiful home on In 'I II --. -- -- -- _::: NOT QUANTITY,

'j R The bridesmaids'wore I pink hlo<;aj of TeiNew:. ;Mexiio, ,, \Izolla.: ( 'all I I ifiam's ] Island will leave" for (their Estate !MISCELLANEOUS.\ ::
'. : BUT QUALITY
Mi I and :Mrs. I mill>".lit have (thisMM
ed 1 churmcusc" and cat, i toil pink Killar-; forma. t ItegonSttshmgtnn/ lilabu.North .
t ney ruses" The maid ;and matron nf : !Dakota and Minnesota! besides I -iiinmer t i home at( Silver Creek, :X: V !| and InsuranceRenting WADK) : the tuner, (Oilan.lo.VKI.VKT ::: AND PRICE.

l f honor were gowned 1 in white' brocaded. being" a 'onll1lll1tll'j.' editor to the Nature lei added greatly to the I beauty> if : : III':.\NS..rli-.e-: :: , all kin,(: :::
heir I home here. and regret! gle.itly' to' ] Dwellings, Furnished ::
t charmeuse and carried white roses.The !I'hilatlienlagarute. -* of C-O-A, |Iraq" 111111,., and! Miighuin.llea :; Mrs. Summers
., WilY> flower girl won- rose-trim, While] in this t-ity :Mls.s. 4 Canimn was bare it. i i.l.is. 1I Rooms, and Truck Land a specialty \ \ turk n>ii-t' I biold.. \\ m"it. fur, 't'1'1' 60S Po"'IeJ A..

r med dress of accordion. plaited, pink tb. gues-t of Mr.. and MrJ.( :M Tay"I I .. .F. O'Herry i and S. Aiillman I| prices, al,u p"lal"| : plant-. I I. II 's'x

I tulle over 111<'""uline. The bride, tall lor.TA] ,leliiining, to this city last week ,in aCartercar I Allen :Seed; Co rIIoFla, Ki; ip : : -:-:-<--.

and beautiful was lovely in her wedding ( purchased, l by \rl'. O'Itorryfrom \ ,.

t gown of brocaded crepe meteor \ :NOTICK.Notice ': \ :Mr. Aultman, encountered an I J

and lace. The long veil of tulle wa> --- iilligator ( Mr.1 Aultman is ready to

becomingly caught up with: \alley : : ,- n he'n'byiven that the extension lake\ oath was twenty feet long), in ,
4 lilies and real orange I blossoms.> '' She < of :HO days allowed by the the road near Humes City "said 'gator '

,. carried a shower boquot of In ides. County Commissioners for the closing lying in a mud hole.] As the car was

roses and valley lilies. The only ornament of the State and County tax books utmost' upon the monster, it sprang to I

'\\ t was a diamond and pearl pendant will expire on April :30 and the books the ,side of the ,road and in doing so '

: the gift of the groom. will. close promptly on that date.C. dashed its tail throwing ton of
* While a large assemblage of friends. L. BANDY, mud and slush over the car and its

; witnessed the ceremony only the 16-31 Tax Collector. ccupants. Messrs. O'Berry and
.4\ bridal party and relatives were entertained -
Aultman declare they spent four hours Crockery''i'i
i' > afterwards at the home of the A );'. Bass, of St. Cloud, is spending ,digging Polk county dirt out of their
j t g," bride's mother' on Sumner street, the, week here in the interest of his nose and ears.
,' eyes
11' : .' 'I '',". ,'I ,',," '.... where the 'reception took. place. In extensive cattle,t business.; \ .,'

.. '..'1"1\"\.",."".' I ,;J1'-"'"<.", '.' ' _--_-----. LOCAL AGENTS WANTED To handle ,,

"" money making proposition. Ref-
( ,','encemust be given. Eureka

t "' Listen I I I I Chemical Co., Parrish, Fla. 16 Just Arrived -

'; } Our shoes .well $15.00! REWARD !

.\ and' make the foot I
:.flfi.dO,: I reward will] be I paid for the

:, J look neat and trim. recovery or information I..adinto A new, complete and up-to-date line of
recovery o'f the following animals

They arc comfort strayed I shoes too. :'frd.! '

One cow, about five years' old, dark

rt-d I, branded, L B on ]left hip and ribs, Crockery andGlassware

ears also marked, had % short rope
tied around ho 'l1H.

TV One Jersey! heifer, two years old,

not branded light; red, with very dark
L LS head and neck white on belly tail

and flanks, was heavy with calf and

YJ J % I, may have calved very tame.

T One heifer"yearlinfr; not branded.

I Kisimmee.These animals] were purchased at Everything for the dining table, the


Address! all information to

E. II. BARSCHEL, kitchen of
or any part the house.
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,t.. PASTIMETHEATER Prices are very reasonable for these ,



t, ( Opera House) fide lines. Assortment is
:; It Is not "toss-up" when you buy our -+- large


, ii ;, shoes, but a certainty that you will get Two NightsWednesday .

}. shoes which possess style, which wear


:.: well and which will keep you away from and

,/ the corn doctor. Thursday, April 30 Waring Trading Co.


The makers of the shoes we handle tell

-: to stand behind sell. and May
us every pair we So -
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i;; you can be sure that your feet will be I

MR. FRANK J. POWERS !
pleased to have our shoes. i Glassware

And His Own Hypnotic Crockery"f
We shall be pleased to have your shoe I I Comedy Co.

business.
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H. C. STAtiFORD. Be CO Start to Finish.

r Prices: 25-33. Children 15
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