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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: May 2, 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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Volume ID: VID00592
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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GRAND t many able speeches made on the qucs- material, and should last lor many 4

MEETING Lion, and much information was pro- Board of Trade Committee years with few repairs. The building OSCEOLA COUNTY

| duced as to the manner in which road 1 of this bridge has minimized
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BOARD OF TRADE work in this county had. been per- Recommends 24 Foot Dock 1 greatly the inconvenience! of the long LIVE STOCK CLUB-

.. j formed in the past. After every trip to the southern part of-this county :

.. | phase of the matter had been 'dil- as there is practically a good road
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| ussed a motion unanimously prevailed all the way now from this city to
MILLAGE FOR ROMS ENDORSED REPORT UNANIMOUSLY:' ADOPTED BY BOARD) AND:' ORDERED '
placing the Board on record as favoring .... Whittier, and gangs are constantlyat ORGANIZED HERE SATURDAY '
the bill, with an added section ) SENT To'cri. COUNCIL.! work on the roads between the

I giving the Commissioners the right latter place and Bassenger. --.-- '
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_ COMMITTEE OF TWELVE APPOINTED I to employ a civil engineer as supervisor 1 Canoe Creek is the natural drain- OFFICERS ELECTED AND 'CONSTITUTION '
The following report was submitted I to be protected by a strong rail pro- I I '
>L TO PREPARE of roads at annual .
PLAN II an salary age for a large portion of country AND BY LAWS 'i'iI ,
I not to :xceed $1,800.( to the Board of Trade at its meeting tection. The traffic would be amply .
FOR BUILDING AND MAINTAINING provided for, and drivers being compelled :I and in the past the old bridge was not I ADOPTED-SEVERAL PROM'V,
The Board also went upon recordas i Monday night, adopted, and ordered > sufficiently strong or high enough
I'UBLIC ROADS of 1r
to observe the rules the road, j I INENT MEN PRESENT.
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Ips favoring the publicity bills which writ to the City Council : above the waterline to guard against
IN the
FUTURE. matter of meeting or passing
dl were introduced in the legislature by overflows but
Kissimmee, Fla., April 28,' 13 I obviated.At the one just completed

let: #; Mr. Stanford, but by an overwhelmingvote Mr. B. C. Miller, President, Kissim- the outer end .this pier shall I j will withstand any ordinary rains i In answer to the call published in ,

- Not before during this year has a 'I placed ita.to upon the bill to race Board of Trade. 1 open on to a dock extending North that fall in this section without the I the Valley Gazette, about twenty ,-
Go '
' meeting of the Board of Trade been increase the pay of the county commissioners Dear) Sir-Your: committee appointed and South, and measuring- feet in slightest danger' of being overflowedor 1 stock men met in the council chamber

::1ICIa add so largely attended as the one held to $200 each. at the last'' meeting of this that direction and 75 feet from Westto weakening its supports. | in this city Saturday and organized {ft

Monday night, and not by half as The discussion of these bills broughtout Uoard to ascertain the best methodi East. About two-thirds of this !.the Osceola County Live Stock Club, ,

IS) much business transacted. the.fact that the time had arrivedfor i procuring a dock and docking fa- dock shall be covered for the protec- RURAL ROUTE NO. 2 I adopted a constitution and by-laws ''

N The meeting was called to order by this county to adopt Borne systemof | cilit'8; commensurate with the re. tion of passengers and freight fromsun { elected permanent officers and voted s r

1 President Miller promptly at the road building that would be permanent i quirements of the City both for present and weather, and from this plat- < OPENED YESTERDAYBOXES to affiliate with the Florida Live Stock R

; K hour named in the by-laws, and from and that would net to the people and for the immediate future, beg form shall be built six slips to better j Association. 4

1.d then until the motion to adjourn prevailed |' the greatest returns in the way of I..ave.to report as follows: facilitate the loading and unloadingof I The meeting was called to order

' at 9:30: there was not an idle good roads for the money expended.To A dock to be' built entirely anew, boats. BEING DISTRIBUTED AND by E. L. Lesley, who after stating ina t
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moment. 1 this end a motion prevailed to appoint taking the same location as the pres- We learn from enquiry that the I SERVICE WELL PATRONIZED I few' words its object, introduced C. i

The first order of business after the a' committee of twelve to go ant dock, and extending into the lake II approximate cost of such a structure' F. Barber of Macclenny, who la also a
minutes I fully into the matter and report at a -CECIL PRENTIS APPOINTED of the Florida Live Stock
read and
were president
approved was about the same distance, and to be as is here recommended would be in
future meeting their findings, whichif I CARRIER. I
the of Association.Mr. .
reading communications, manyof I supported by creosoted cypress piling. the neighborhood of $3,500.00:! and as I
which asked for literature descriptive adopted, will be presented to the The entire length of the dock from j this would last from eight to ten -- i Barber delivered one of the

of this city and section. To all county commissioners for their con- the land approach at the of the that I most interesting addresses it has been hour
powerhouse I years, we are opinion considering | I
sideration. This Rural route Mo. 2 the line of whichextends
committee ,
as -
of these requests the secretary had appointed to be 24 feet wide. Down the all the attendant circumstances good fortune to hear. He was ,

complied, but that official stated .that are C. W. Ward, chairman; center of t this length shall be railedoff .' it would be wise policy to.!. from Kissimmee through ,i complete master of his subject and
the C. A. Carson W. II. Makinson, J. W. I Shake Hall, Kelly's Station, Center :
printed matter on hand did riot with good, stout railing, afoot have such structure immediately un- I when he concluded there was no further -
:Miller, II. ;M. Pfann. J. M. Willson Park, Partin Settlement Boggy Creek
by any means cover a sufficient number walk for pedestrians and the,remain- dertaken and! rushed to completion] I' necessity for argument to convince ,
of .Jr.. I D. (J. Wagner, W 11. Crawford. and Marydia, a distance of 25.40 miles, i those that it "
only
being present was
questions constantly propounded f i ing spaces on either side, approximately and we do so report. 1
Jim. M. Lee T. M! Rivers, A. S. Nelson j was opened yesterday with Cecil Pren- '
by homeseekcrs and urged fc1fet each, to be used for Respectfully, I through organization that the cattle
and W. G.! KinThis committee tis as carrier, and it is learned that
the Board to order the adv(', tihlllJC', / I driveways for teams and automobiles! S. J. TRIPLETT, Chairman.I I industry in Florida could ever be
have Ix-en notified of their boxes are being liberally distributedand I
appointment -
committee at once look into the and I the I tiutsid, on either driveway, .1 1 W. PRENTIS. brought to the high standard it had jr.

matter which order was mad, and and that they will meet at the I -- -- ,- the service well patronized. by every rule the right to attain. Mr.
call of Chairman Ward. There 'is a Jarge population along
the committee now have .liearm, Barber went exhaustively into the

under consideration. --- ----- Big Celebration Planned this, route, who have heretofore been 11 I subject of dipping cattle to rid them ,++
forced to come to Kissimmee for_their I d i'
The committee to recommend ail" LESLEY BUILDS of the tick that little parasite that rx
mail and the installing of this rural "
equitable basis for the payment of I not only stunts the animals' growth,

dues, which was appointed at a former DIPPING VAT For the Fourth of July routwill be of great convenience to ,I' but causes them to be sold much e//
them. It is understood that other
mec-tjng, asked for more limr. I I cheaper in the open market than r.,,
rural routes will be established [
which was granted, but that committee as western cattle that are not tick in- yt
no \IW OF TRADE APPOINTS:' COMMITTEE OF FIVE TO MAKE soon as the necessary rules of the ; fested.At
will make a full and complete report WILL SHIP ONE: THOUSANDHEAD I I
ALL NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR EVENT government can be complied with. the conclusion of Mr. Barber's
it at the next meeting-:Monday OF CATTLE! : TO KANSAS

the I 112th.:! JOHN; ; M. LEE HEADS COMMITTEE. I )I address, the chair introduced J. M. tlI

TJ The secretary was instructed to AFTF.RTIIi: ARE DIPPED CITY DOCK HAS I I Keene, vice president of the Polk J ,
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.. get in touch with the parties> in Illinois County Live Stock Club, who in a
As predicted in last week's issue of mand of this part of the festivities,
who were looking: for a locationon A short time ago E. L. .Lesley soldto BEEN REPAIRED I I fsw well chosen words stated that he t'1
thv Valley Gazette, the Board of which fact alone is a guarantee that
which to establish a college and if Kansas parties one thousand head was here as a spectator and to learn
Trade at its meeting Monday night thqse who attend will have the pleasure '
the project found to be of cattle which he is all possible from the addresses of
was substantial now gatheringfrom
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unanimously passed a resolution to of a feast that could] I not by any '
to present Kissimmee's claims alto his extensive herds on the prairies I AND IS NOW SAFE FOR US E-- I' those well versed in the best methodsof
appoint a committee of five to makeall 'possible] means ever com their way
its superior advantages for suchan in the southern part of this county WILL BE KEPT IN raising cattle and their treatment, '
necessary arrangements for the : except right here in Kissimmee.Sports .
institution. and which will be shipped to that I REPAIR. that he may carry the ideas to Polk 4
holding of great celebration on the of all kinds w II be provided e
Work the ditch being Western he county and tell them by word of
drainage state
on big as soon as they can
fourth of .July. for among which will be a boat race "
finished far and x mouth to the members of his club.
practically as as excavating penned dipped.
on the ]lake, and for that feature
Thy chair appointed as such committee manyof
ill concerned was brought to Very few of our people are aware The city dock has been repaired and Prof. C. I.. Willoughby, a memberof

the attention of the Board, and elicited j that cattle infested with ticks or be- John M. Lee, II. M. Pfann J. our launch owners are already is now safe for use, the work of tak- the faculty of the State University
counting their piles of wealth to see
W. I. and
Prcntis McPhatter L. II.
J considerable discussion i ing in a restricted or quarantinedzone ing out rotten piling and boards hav- at Gainesville and secretary of the
how much they can afford to win or t
Cohoon, and those gentlemen were
J. W Thompson president of the cannot be transported to a place ing been finished Saturday morning. Florida Live Stock Association, was
lose their boats.
Council, being present, stated that I where the tick has been eradicated !given, to understand that they were on This will be pleasing information to 'the next speaker, and, if there is a
expected;! to pull off the grandest stunt But it doesn't make a particle of "'
he would protect the city's rights in until they have been dipped in, a so- the hundreds of people who are forcedto man in the state_ who I ii thoroughly +
difference whether in
belong
I ever heard:, of in these parts. you make Use of the dock to reach their onto his job it is the for
professor
the final ,settlement and tee to ft that lution of arsenic, sal soda and water Florida Nova whether .
or Scotia
no money ,was paid into the contrac l Florida,,as well as Alabama, Mississippi One of the principal; events scheduled old to Kissimmeeon you boats, and especially to those who tie is as full of statistics as some cattle
are or come
tor's hands unless the. provisions of Louisiana, Georgia .and parts of .for the day will be the laying of July young 4th and we guarantee the live across the lake or on the islands.. are of ticks, and he gave them to +

the contract had ben fully compliedwith. Texas being tick infestedterritory! the cornerstope of the new Methodist grandest time of life you Chairman Prather- of the street his hearers without a break in the ',

it 'became necessary. to dip this thousand I "church being built on Church street. your committee l under whose direction the chain for a half hour. lie said that ,
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At this point President Miller tendered head here, and again at their' This event in\ itself will attract an work was done, states that the dock Florida cattle were sold on the Chicago

his resignation, which was accepted destination, the dipping to be- under I immense crowd as the Masons will 255 QUARTS OFSTRAWBERRIES will IK- kept in a safe condition until ) market a great deal cheaper ,"

I atid. S J TriplHl elected! to the guidance of a government agent. ifficiate, at these. ceremonies, and such time as the council can see its than western cattle and that they 1

fill the iiiHxiird| term The cause To conform lo the law as well as promiMMit men. in church circles! from way clear to supplant it with one that would continue to be sold cheaper until

of Mr Miller resigning wan. (that he to rid, his cattle of the, tick Mr. I.es- ibroad will .be pieseiit and deliver ad 1 will not only..be perfectly safe but I such time as they were rid of the

lus't's I that will meet all the demands for tick and this .state taken out of the 9
built
him purchased the Porter farm about I I'-y is having a dipping vat at MVRKETED; ; FROM 500:; ) PLANTSM i'
three index from 1\:1I'\: lInnH" ', and the. stoi k pens lira I this city which TTuOoeai' .rand Arm)' post will in years to ,'c>lnc'. 'quarantine belt. The tick, the professor -

would! move there shortly, thereby will completed by the time he and) vile the. posts from :St.; Cloud and IJ> CROP O LTWO- I - ----- - I said win robbing our cattle of F t

making r U impossible to l b.. present at hiv men can drive I the cattle from I the I'aft to join with it in celebrating THIRDS EMIACSTEDTheie CORN GROWN th -ir strength and vitality, and it ,

the meetings. lowci) range| to this city I anniversary of t the clay on which I the tvus impossible to bring our milk cows I

The attention\ of the Hoard was This is the I liist I dipping val built brave" men of America declared thathelloforth I is moiu-y. to be made III giowing 1WELVE YEARS AGO I and beef cattle to a high standard of f'.

called to the fact that 0111' city, (Coun in. tins ,county l hilt it I is the intention and forever this should }be. almost any variety of fruit or excellence until this pest was oblit-

<-fl was making no i-tToit I by way of of the OsceolaCounty) ( Live Stock 'i land of free men. and which! doclarition vegetable in or around Kissjmmee, I eluted. He stated that the government ';:',
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extend the of electncity Club that w-as organized! here last was made good at the cost of 'STILL AS PERFECT! AS THK DAY by experiments had added as *4
advertising' to use but :M. :Munger has met with the |I I '
by our (people, and the opinion :Saturday; to endeavor to have vats thousands of lives of the bravest and! greatest success of any trucker that i J IT WAS PI'LLKD I FROM THE high as 285 pounds in weight to a *If,

,if all the county, where' all ownerscan noblest men ever born. There is 'no i ii steer in six month' by 'a course in :
that over '
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was freely expressed a (proper bus come to our notice in the growing STLKT ST. CLOI'D.! ) I
presentation. of tl"1'c" to wliu. h dip their cattle until that pest 'question but what these posts will ac- of .strawberries. i I dipping and ridding of ticks, and that t ', 1"1"if

electricity ,could be ;'i..t. and the .real lias hen eradicated nniplelely] rept the invitation as the memberswill Last fall Mr. :Mungor purchased i the stockmen of this state would "

installationof -- ------- be relieved of all work and worry .", C. W. Ward brought to the Valley combine and work to the same end
comfort! deiived f.inii the (III>() plants and Set them out in his i i
electric I incident\ to making preparations to Gazette; office Wednesday four ears i that! the cattle industry would grow
of
the
fans, t t'nit the income garden in South Kissimmee and up to I t
light plant would be materially increased JUDGE MURPHY observe the day on the grand scale to :Saturday; had marketed 255/ quarts' of | of corn, each of different, variety- and prosper at a most rapid rate.

with which it ,is entitled. There are, Ov- {Che finest white, yellow strawberry and flint Then was introduced Dr. A. C. '
The suggestion met BIRTHDAY very variety and says that ,|
HAS A
much favor from Councilmen Thompson eral hundred veterans in this section his patch will yield at (least another i I that he say was grown on the St. Druch agent of the Federal Bureau '.

who fought! in the Federal army, and Cloud farrh twelve The of Animal Industry at Washington, I ..
than
it years ago.
and! Cohoon, and is more 100) quarts, all of which brought top-
I probable action along that line, will betaken .\:t-'I I HE AGE 01 SEVENTY HE IS they and their families alone] will notch prices.Mr. eats are in a perfect state of preservation n.) C., who knows more about dipping u .

by the Council.A STILL MEN'1'.11.1.1"rllE: : PEER make a mighty throng. Munger has clearly demonstrated being as hard and firm and the | vats for cattle than any other man in

committee representing the building OFY: MAN. And then add to these two immense that this section is peculiarly I,,| grains BM full of meat as they were, tV', South. The doctor is sent out by i'

committee of the Methodist, church crowds the. hundred strangers who adapted to the growing of this luscious ,, the day they were pulled from the the government to educate the stockmen ..

was present and presented the plan to We have often met men of advanced will take advantage of the day to visit fruit and we may now look for ,, stalk; in fact they are so perfectly in the care of cattle, and everyone ,

\\1 have a grand celebration] on the fourthof years. who were termed old young this thriving city and take part in our city to become known in a short I I preserved that it required a man of present at the meeting was fully

July, stating that if the Board decided -1 men. but we never before met the sports and witness the conteststhe time as the strawberry headquartersof :Mr. Ward's reputation for veracity i ito onvmced that he was a most experienced :

to father the propos.tion that one who so aptly fills the billl) of complaint committee will prepare for the the South. onvince us that they were not teacher. Under his direction "

the cornerstone! would be- laid on that as does Judge T. M. Murphy, occasion and we will have more people produced last season. vats are constructed and the solutionof

date, thereby adding to th' features ] who presides over our county court in Kissimmee than have ever be- M I r. Ward states that forty bushels arsenic, sal soda and water is mixed ; r

of entertainment. The acl on of the ''and deals out equal justice to all fore assembled here at one and the CANOECREEK were grown to the acre of this crop, ] lie stated that the government

he be friend or stranger same time. I guaranteed that if its directions
Board was favorable, and an outline alike, whether and he sees no reason why the same were
of what will occur on that occasion white or black. While the details are yet to be BRIDGE FINISHED i could not be done by any one in this I followed this state would be rid of the

t will be found in another column. I The judge had a birthday on Tuesday worked out, it is the general opinion section. This corn has been in Washington tick within six months and our cattle tt

A letter was read from lion. II. C. the 29th and while we knew that that the committee will prepare an C. W. WARD, IN HIS AUTO, HAS D. C., for the past ten years, no longer forced to go into the quar-

Stanford, at present in Tallahassee he must have been on terra firma for old-fashioned barbecue of beef, pork DISTINCTION OF BEING FIRST and was. only returned to Kissimmeelast I antine pens at Chicago and other cat- 4

as representative from this county in quite a spell, for he was major of aNew at d mutton, with tons of fried fish PERSON TO CROSS IT. fall., which fact may account for tle markets.

tile lower House, stating that he was Jersey regiment during that lamentable thrown in to make good measure. its. splendid condition. I A motion was then made to go into

struggle from T.l to T 5, The fame of Kissimmee barbecues election of permanent officers, which "
of the
representative people
there
as a we could not repress surprise when i has reached the remotest ends of The bridge .over Canoe Creek, authorized Z. W. Bass has been awarded the motion was carried andthe following
desired to I t
of this and carry
county
I he stated he was seventy years of age, Florida and even crossed into the by the County Commission contract to build a large and hand- elected: i
of leg-
their wishes in the matter I
out The tone 67 Mr. Stanford's for his faculties are as keen, his -discernment 1| Georgia line, for there is always] ers, was completed on Tuesday andC. some hotel.for the Modern Land Com- E. L. Lesley, president,

islation. to the mem- as penetrating as they ever plenty to eat and the meat is always W. Ward was the first person to ,< pany at Turkey Hammock, and left J. W. Miller, first rice president, i $

letter was very pleasing the were, and today he stands the peer cooked exactly to the right doneness cross it, he being on a return trip 'for that place Wednesday. Mr. Bass I W. R. Godwin second vice president -
the Board and at once
bers of the bill mentally of any man in Kissimmee. i and over coals from live oak logs. in his auto from an inspection of his :j states that the company intends build- .
action on
of taking :
question the May he have many more birthdays John M. Lee, who has had more experience immense tract of land on the'shores I|> ing a large number of dwellings dur- S. J. Triplett, secretarytreasurer.After .
com-
before the legislature giving authority I before he is called upon to enter the in barbecuing meat, and especially of Lake Kissimmee. I i ing the summer, which they expect to r a motion prevailed thanking "
of this county
missioners j ranks of tjie army commanded by the possom, than any other man Mr. Ward states that the bridge'|, dispose of to actual settlers during the visitors for their presence and assistance ,
road
,, to levy a tax of ten mills for There were pur- I II Great Jehovah. in Florida, will be in. supreme com- has heed well constructed, of good the fall and winter: I the meeting adjourned. 4
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?ACE z., 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. .:
.. ,; ---- this land
... .. .". betweer greatest thatiweahave
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J. water
i -,p--- > from our propertty fact been showIng
the
doors .1 I was
sash
material ( ,
/ ref ringtothe t I prospective Building Klssimmeeand Lake Okeechobee. settlers the advantage ,
|large concerns, 100 hat.. to our future -
Working; For AllYear commerce, at follow: and blinds) _.j..--- .160 this connection 1 desire to say 400C( of this tract owing to water is.cilities. .
Cattle .--- of about
Ash- consists
Exhibit B.A letter.from the .----- 1Crol 200 I our property .
beer
material half has
ton Turpentine Company, showing Crate of which about known that.the'Boardof ..
i -500'' acres, If It becomes
Water Route To Okeechobee the estimated output of the new bus-! Goods hats thereAll
!i ness for the year 1913 and subsequent Dry 300< < thirty families living; truck and appropriation, it will work a great
years. Thia is a naval stores and supplies those settlers arc raising ourselves; besides being
.- com-I 500 |i while at this hardship on
stock of- > Fertilizers'C ,,and
with a capital $1 proves to the
pany ) developing/ ; inconvenience people
,4 ) inn nON l C; A. CARSON APPEARS BKKOKK IJOAUI OF ARMY KNGIJTEERS Their efforts mean large developments ]Kish. .-.--..',.- 50Kurniture : time there is a lut KB; amount of we ship be I u who. great have already settled this land.
C. A letter from the 1 from this property,
Exhibit: to and
pinK think that\ this
..-. 260 : \Vu do not proposition
t : AND PRESENTS:: FACTS AI 1J FIGURES TO SHOW Southern Colonization Company, ar Gasoline., and light 'oils 1600Grapefruit. ( 1 lievel that vrilhlii. th(. next two year I should be looked at.from its
unusually large .land company of St Grain (all kinds) .. -. this tonnsjwm\ at leant treble, t .
but.beheve
," NECESSITY Of ACTION UTim OOVEIiNMENT.fi Paul,' Minnesota of Which lion. F. B. ... ____';..___ -u__ 901Groceries / that'.this will be handled by water commerce; 'thelOrnfineere
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is ,:.. : ___'_ ,__-. :,;': '_ 15(10)) ) and of"us'el.ta'inln/r/ \!'i.!; +..hould take into consider..
of that State president. way
.- _. ....- Lynch 1i00( I have no rapid growth of this coun-
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and) ironKixKirntnee \ ution
Hardware to
This will fully explain their purposes) amount of tonnage
( exact that within few
\ Our readers will recall that somlc ous improvement being made ii and prospects. )Hay ... -- -- - 500 Park but it is se..minJrlyill'I.usinlC 0'W(! predict a

time since the Kissimmee Board ol i South Florida and insisted that such! Exhibit IX A letter from the Kis- Hides and skins 25; J from month to month am\ j v'ars,:I; the whole Kissimmee Valley I
k )I _ _ . HOO) will he settled! up, -and nothing can \
simnice Valley Land Company, showing 1 I4:% , . influx of settlers w "
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4 Trade appointed lion. C. A. Carson a statistics a* we had presented wenreliable : . !3000)Lumber ( with the great beliivo add more in this work than the im-
the development of their tract ol Logs pine ,;.- within th' Ilt'xt'al' we
Committee to to Washington and The Board !371i1 look for of the I
go present transportation
and trustworthy Ii
40,000 acres into small farms. }pine ; will] several tons provement'
it average 1
to""di cunB with the Hoard of Engineers 1 gave very full and careful attention Exhibit K': "' A letter ,from the- Mc-' MiwellanvowiMdsu. -.--.- :moo) ) _-_ =_. - ;' fueihties.Ve i '

j ji for Rivers and Harl>f>rs their ''tothe presentation of the matter and Koy Land Company, who are developing Machinery: - :no( day-We now hire a daily mull: passenjrer \ a'gain hopP you' will he"success-
Naval stores (turpentine" ) J'JiiOl: ( helwefiKissimmei 1 ful. effoil' I I (to h-ev'e this action
: ; in goo
decision concerning the Kissimmee helieveultheir. decision 22,000 acres in this territory. ind, ,. i frcijrhl) boat tunning
confidently "
it
"m)( ailed!
is favor-
nl, 11I1 'I'd'I..d, and upon
Exhibit 1- A letter from McAllister Oranges lad K.s-ininii- I'" 'a "'
x Kiver. ; )
it is ha..ely
1 favorable-in fact K'l')
\xat Canning, who have bought Railroad/ ) supplies' that with, the ii "reasmu .ihlx.
I
The facts seem to bo that Kngmeet.1-- possible' there' may be some mean- piactically a township and are settling I Sand building <1M( ) rte jiredu in.to Fame with mull>< < \ n 1\ t 1I'lIh gooks,
\\hn-h /
who were )placed in the field].! made H found whereby. the appropriation may thereon II good dass of citizens from Shingles i ,100I )()) I tiaflii'settler Whil-ll is, ale' timing I'll thl'M Mi i-:'alh-tci.) ; I : Canning & Co.,

*.f very' careful survey of the Kissuninffriver be made at the extra session of Concres the West, which shown their develop- I Vegetables I l-:I I1Wood !f":)")11I(III hued I hat this s(-i.\u-i-, will hav.: t1poi ''" Hy Kdxvurd Canning

s und conditions, found its improvement thtHivers ments. fuel! aiM'th, l Iooal.
for !
to wall mi
,having :
without :11:(UI
"Kxhihit: (;J.
Hunter Wool
Exhibit: G;, A letter from the s.Kissinimer .
I Vei.V-tiuly gout
entirely feasible! I lerom- / and! Harbors bill two yearshi'ine. t Land Company, of Minneapolis. " '; Yiilli-\ Land ( |II"|, ,i i \ < .irson, Kisunniee, ]Kla.p. .
"
5 mended that the ( ;lovernment appropriate Total < > ,'III .. Sn It seems rcgretablc that
Minnesota: indicating a great effortbeing I |li|\ 1\| | 1i.| | lilam: li.nni i ...iii.il'iihiiii .u
i $a6U11for; : / the cvn.-tiuctiun ofu Here follows the uiguinent to whicl' made by them to represent their )<;...lll1IlIt..d'alu'. .l.Mio.ooo! on1'asscngers i hi' i IIIM-I n inrnt) should decline any ap-

dredire and latest and Ihat hag) \x.mxite your, especiiil,!! attention asxc -. settlement of lands. to the extent ofseveral I '.al.I. l.;i.oillIn ))! H:\ )i. I i-?:. |pngintiiii", | l'"i'" keeping open( of navi-
stream
thousand iniportant a as
spend' $1 rjOOO:! ( the first I year" in' the improxemenl will hundred acres. M.I li I. Iii: ) pt------------| -
Iieli.'ve it eyt'openerto n.i i.
( a'" \ P"Oan Exhibit H. A I letter from the ki-smiiiiee.' " 11' Ix -iminee' !' Kiver. This Company
) of the Kix-er )a)i'l .S'i.OOdiach '; h our, oxxn people.' The idea of this Florida :Naval: Stores & Land Company I connection' a .with) thesi, statistic-) xvitlinames' ,' Mi 1 i .\. 'HI-SHU( < linn, 'iii.'in' I lian-p.'i-, I" ii.i, plIle.l| during the past eighteen

'i ) year t lheienftlINntsithstandng. x'xaler-way: carrying Kri.r, >(00) tons of .showing that they will actually the number of -team. \c--els IMSmime fin multi < oniinitt.' ,"I III, I\1 '-l' iii it' iiu'. ),,-ti\C II Iwo and three thousinI -
t ,
: ; this faxniahle report ( pounds! annum ship during the current year IH.OOtl( of owner- pIYIIg-Io.\\.n hold, iif Ti.-ul.-- , pulde| :Niirlherners, in the eom- ,
fri ight or I7IOOOOOO per and Lake ( )Ikeei hohee, \vflprcsented -
\ from the engineers in the 'field] this carrying tons of naval stores, having alreadyturpentine number to In. I linoSu:; Kii( | .\ mi.'" 'I.. \ "'J"! iIluury |I'' ,, \ ...vii and hired .boats. Ninety
; addition! to showing the ,
and
in ) farms i iri operation with as to tin- plan aid' 1'1"i> | 11' .II'' nl' I thi-se, people purchased
vessels.
declined 1'1.\
M the Hoard al Washington to-l.'i.OOO, passengers! annually probablyha prospect of doubling: their !shipments, i 111 I. exclusive of sailing: inn,, II" .. rumpling in ,it- Igor\ Hi di J trlulnnp| lain. in I he, vicinity of Hassenger, and
/
pursue the mutter, on t the grounds' not dawned! upon our llroplevhh' this year and for several years to These stalislicsere" obtained! with, by property' in' (Orange and' ( (I" eola. roar' tin Iillfhr' : ultimately should be large.

that the present and prospective/ commerce have" not given time to think about it. come. :M. Lee, who is acquaint this'd wale' everycraft louti, Uea a1" pmiljiif' / additional' mmini'ire I III ;cadae' in an impassable t'OTi.1,1 -

did not( sons to justify' ,it. This, the I In addition to this the Modern LandCompany that haplied lot Ihi- KI---IIIIMIIM' 1 Ki\-t( .i"'l -! :. I !1..1 automobile service and the

-:I t of course, aroused) J the KiisnnmeeHoard You will especially note argument. of Kansas City, with whom for the past twenty Y'III'Ehihil -. n ihnt.il le* 111I'II.t" :a- wi-ll a- I Ih .' 1'' )i\ I I. .tliank- t to an unimportant sand

dr and the exhibits hereto attached.To xve did not have time to communicate,, "mad-, !beg< to t sag thai) we awn appiox 1'1', ..n, l I Ia n, ,is not navigable at all
of Trade, which, is alive body, II. ai'it- or land is developing -10,000 acre tract along nnal.'I.N .-'JiMiu'" m inn riniefonwe re
to action" and they at once aP1>0.11I'd the Hoard of Engineers' of Rivers' the Kissimmee !river and proposes Kissimmee, Kla., 1 Feb.. Ji! 1 lUl.'f.Mr : .. old/ I I haii, 'f ruuntio--oath of ((1IIalieio.1 in. I.inllx, utilised' to inform our four

u committee of "Firs of it- most( reputable aild{ llaibors, Washington, 1 1). C. ''to build a home on each farm beforeselling : C. A. Carson, ( 'haurmul'Iltnput: \V.. lam! dividing I tinml" -mall t trail-, I L\. "i ,.f .I ai'i-nt- to ills-continue-'' bringi -
it. to build 700) tation Committee, Kissimmee ]Board: ailuiil M-ltli'i-, >w lin. ( these conditions
secittr They propose Ilillg it I" ., MileItints, ore
rl 11", "" tu stall-tics ('Ol icerning i- jeiitlfiiien; : 1 am hl'r" as. a representative and I I i i- "
homes their land within the next of Trade.Dear II...- "liind: !findpruiluir of the
and I'he
'' the present loninierce of the of the Ki.ssmnmee Board of on \) ill ''1111' IInup hare-ed feitility country
to decision, ofFebruary two years. I ) Sir: Referring lo your inquiry tli--teiin 1 mane. K' VfiK'' \M, lair IIIOM-II.' It I IS difficult to
riser, also, another of their membersto Trade, in ICspect your will consider these as to the prospects of our establishing '"--'
2.rth the Kissimmee Wetrust you tal.lifaiim-. I'tr. II 1"u'' PUII'to nn.i-tiie" 1 tin- loss to the state of Flor-'
secure a list of all the ?bouts 1 plying > that concerning"This Hoard is not facts and large developments as to business on the water-ways till 1 this tiutt i" tin-. \"Ialld' a-, ,ole ln1ausih.nni'.seekers. should be

: : the xvaters I iM-tween Klssimmee and convinced river,of the advisability of the their, value, and we feel! sure thatthey from Kissimmee, South, at once, beg lapull.N', a-- possilih- "'.. rnnfi11ally, i 'in, mil!"ageil, Nhdeit) this part of the

I: Lake Okeecholiee. This work xvasdone United States (undertaking to'develop will add immensely" to the commerce to say that it is now our purpose/ tn expei'l that dining' lice nextrar in' i mint, ,t""ix Surely ,if the matter is pre-
i : of this waterway in the very establish a turpentine still, on thl"uh'way. there ttill Inmany hundreds, ( the ( !ernment in the right
very I thoroughly: and armed) xxith and as proposed, for 'the fol- business two -i ''d.d tn
improve future. We mention only few \\ so thatxe can do homes. and
a sill
It is believed that near tin-si scttl.'is who hug tight I thfx will H-ciinsider) their de-
committee named lowmg
this! information the reasons: of the larger things undertaken but ' during this year. Our expectation build, good pinpi'it.x) ,m, tl"- mime; ,
and commerceto up | -- )
by the Hoard to go to Washington t the present prospective there are 'immense numbers of new t is thai we will ,ship for the first ,ihatfnimt' \ Thi-ii pnidiirt-, ,, will 0'.r truly
''e-.efited insuficiert( to wui-: yours
namely Hon. C. A. l'a"Hm. 1 proceededand be this expenditure.is We assume, settlers with their' ..small developments year :2000)) hbls.1> of spirits tuipcnlineand .. iimsist. ul fi'tnt-, hind M-iri'lalilr-. alsn. 111)11)1) , Land Co by II, A. Hunter
rant and their production of citrus of I losin, and I that the groceries,. and
latllr :
the :2Sth! will 'in 'lai-mn
on Monday presentedthe therefore, that all that is necessary Ihi'V' eiiiin
fruits cattle, etc, meaning greatthings feed furniture('.. necessaiy to ban other. Inn-- uf .dun-, -".1, Kxhihit II.
prI ) ;
that :
in'
; mai\
j I claim.On foi us to do is to satisfy you die this business Null all haxe to hi
t for this section. .'
-1 / arrival there. I he was joined b.x t the ('ollllllC"I,.e either ,present or pro- The Kissimmei' Hoard of Trade I bespeaks tian-poited/ by xxiiter dunng the yearA : a-, ate" fonimon.la. IWe In rtlruWglahlrunuhy.ha\e n .i-mi" In, 111--Initier. Kla. Keh. :27! 1 J1U.Caisnii. :!.
,,.\.tl\ sufficient I ) ,, ,, to xxuriant) the limbo .1 II'" | ('hairman of theKi."imIlH'
-, ) careful I estimate of Ihifui, tin, \li \
, and Kletihei andCongressman therefore careful , I
Senators I 'i'1"1 I
Bryan your very I.elii'M" t th. > will hr J lai; r< l\ '
Spaiknian, xx hu went before expenililuiv.You l ,consideration of the letters and statement I lust year is to the efect th.it xxe liallpiobably and t thai inan\' I'amilii' will I" I I.i. at.jh. I l 1 i .in-'i" | ,11 ;at 'urn Com., ?

J. : Ihe (Hoard and gave a full and will find that the following 'b- herein, which shows th" actualcommerce I have "iOU. : bbls.. dminethe, ir ilhin Ihetu'.i \ .ti eiiainUWHlllll : It".IId: ..I. I ,a.le'

r limati'S t ; shoxv commerce' of this river of the river and tributaries year. of luipcnlnu) and I.Mill bblid>1 1' III', pnidll., tl.'l'' '.' "I, I I'V.i : <- ha\ (' your request

i complele history, of the xvhole 1 propnsltion. > / fu, eon t the penodmentioned, hereafter, for the year of 1912! and the attached' I rosin general 11H'1.hal.ul'' eti, For, tin, ni'W. II i\oiiii"ig.,11' i w- ,ill( i,,iin, ml" I Illy II I linn, ,1, ",")""mill 'inn a-: to the amount

The) figures pii'sented seemed namely,, : information showing the prospectivecommeice theear 191H:!, Null lie. 77ri tons, with a ..Hidof, "t'o--, ,.l.I tit. i handi-i, .In !In- <"I l l LII> Iii.. ,ni\ III III experts to do onI

'' very startling: to the Board of Kngi- (For I r.MI'.l0,000,000: Ibs or" IU.OOOlolls. () ahouthi..h there will)) be I piob.ilulity, ,; of its, increasing eaih grin' hadl.d- : . I I lix, III,' li' .in rn['>"i' 'I.ilnn' ,"inpanie ) InIvi I, -iniiine/. Kixer, during/ the year
) I'M : I laL pleasure' in saying ill reply -
neers who did not realize t the vast no delay h"I"lIfl"" -. hulk ,lad: and, \\aii-i" \\ r h." ,'
Pus UII O. -lO.OOO.OOO\( ) Ibs or :lid.OOO/ We respectfully request that inview I \beg to -ay furlheimoie that XM the then-Ill. ., that \xe own 70,000) acres
amount of traffic these waters, a larjr.' n nnrto,11 I nf am-n.i in
upon
been this route' nl land t tcibutarg. to the Kissimmee
ila1I0t over
lOll" of the facts submitted you ap shipping/ lVeIrlhIilo who hum, pitonelltill ,,, \
. I neither did they realize the immediate For UII I. ;i:.>,r>ooooo, ) ibs. 01' jo.; :!T'i! pro.the t recommendations of I III'SI..l'lal heretofore but expect to begin atone m\ r-l) ljjal'l' :l ti.ut" .Hid |.iir much,, l 1:1"f: I th;- proilucts of whirhinu

:.. ; :1 increase which is upon us. The acting tons, value I,4:14,4iO.;: <;)o.On ). Hoard of Engineers: Officers, I I.h",. -ed nv.'i ,it I. and "h-, r "ifiut i I". iinixed, I.\l Niter over thi ,

M chairman of the Hoard at that ( ) receipt of your publication the and authorize the improvements inaccord Youis truly /will, I"- (guru .1-, -ticnglg, a-: po--il'li, ,lout Ne ,haxi noxxaln,ut 30.111111a. (
KisMiifmee Hoard of Trade appointeda with such recommendations.Respectfully Ashton T"'III'lItllll'' Co.I .-"li- u.ea- a turpentine 1 ) farm urn!
time was Captain Beach who was atone In. iiidur.' men, of large nii-aii-. :and
committee of seven of her mostrepresentative JA. Hlackwell. Se, xx.expei t lo -hip during' ) the year Ii 1 )>.
f time located in Florida and who i _:: iniMi of -ilia II nre'alla.- wrll l to loi'ati'hiMi'
citizens to secure information I.Ill-. nl at
C. A. CARSON. in"MI) 1// 'pi-ntine an average
wht 11' tin' ilimatr, will |ii-til'y
had visited these waters' had }been showing the commerce forthe Committee from Kissimmee Kxhihit: ('. ,M-i-ht) ,..I' I I.nl"l Hieaih, "i.0(10 I ( bills, J
''I. \\ll.-ll' t the- i-ltlll-, fllllt- grew| 'IIIpii 1
i practically all over Osceola] county year 1)12.! Attached hereto and Board of Trade.Exhibit I Kissimmee. Fla., March I. 1)11) I IMi fi'i-tion. and I whiTi', tin- trade may of losin .1'' an axeiaee; weight of fifiO "

the situation thoroughly.He marked Exhibit A, you will find a : i f. A. Carson Kisstmmee'l-la.' llifwint.'t Ihs ,-at. h. and \'toho expect to ship
and knew l his- -upphiuth. I \i'tnl'lcduring!
statement from the committee, showing A. 111'111'-1':; :: In I reply to )'OU'lelfL'I' idFebruary iniintliSY fell, I--.iti-li-"d i inpii'dntin J" tun- nl x ,I'gt-tahlf's. ) by this routealld
in the statements
'I joined frequently the care with which they havegone :'JHth, asking me to make astatement helloed boxeof. fruit.

r made adding comments thereto : into the matter and the resultof Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 28, 19)been) ::X I regarding what the Southern :; '. r from a. nn'inl.niaiiniunt" Ihiwunr, during, the"fi'iininn'Hi' In addition, to this xxe are putting

and corroborating everything that I their investigations as to the commerce We, the undersigned, having Colonization) (Company are' dolnnin fI in -mall SHU mill and expect to ship
w.t
Board of \ l'-
Kissimmee
was said }by the Senators, Congressman for 1913.:\ You will .see, therefore appointed by the Osceola" County toward t"OI"IIIZillg"} Igra ,, nxi-i. tin- Hitter mute a half-million
'trade committee to secure information Cory i mIleetfulg.I'he ,
i a
+ that they estimate for that our tracts and placing actual] settlersthereon ; l1..KoLa'lId feet of lumber during: the year with along
: I
I
and Committeeman Carson. The and statistics u
to compile concerning -
period : and thus developing thai territory I'\'J _\ prrobubuhly> of increasing the
f I;; matter was presented in a Very strong 171,000,000 lbs or 85,550 tons valued the commerce on the Kissim along and adjacent to the Kis KV( .nit-put during the year. In addition

t" I light us will be shown by the matter :'i at $3,500,000 and passengers for mee river for the year ending December simmee River will state we have up)> Exhibit I IKisMinniee I'. to t this the freight merchandise, feed,

: which we hereto publish in accordance the same period, at 15,000. These :31, 1912, have gone very care to the present time sold to actual set- hm. k. huil.hng' material, etc., whichwe
.; show ] the rapid increase fully over the matter with us all the tlers ] One Hundred Kla. :Mari-h
that a' formal figures clearly approximately 1st, 1111.:! shall require| for our own use will
..r P therewith. It seems in the commerce along thiswater sources of information .possible (o us, Thousand acres in tracts of eighty lion. C. A. Carson, Chairman of Trans- amount to 60 cars of 40,000 Ibs. each

I presentation of the argument was route. I have consulted the steam-boat men acres and up to Northern farmers,,, portation Committee, KiHsimmee

. \.',) prepared and in addition to this anargument There are two reasons for the great who operate this river, the merchantswho who intend to make permanent homeson oard of Trade, Klnsimmee Fla year As stated above, we now have 30,-

: ,,,:'" was delivered to, the Board increase shown from 1911 to 1912; I supply the'material for use, the same and follow diversified farm Dear "Mr, Carson : We ha've just 000-acres of this land in use as a turpentine

.' orally The formal argument prepared one is the extraordinary developmentof naval stores men who manufacture these inland in that event river transportation learned; that the Board of Knjineers: ( 'I I farm, but ,our, purpose it as fi I

'j is herewith published, together thc country through which this 1 products and that in must come over is very necessary tithe development ] for 1 Rivers and Harbors! at Washing rapidly as possible to utilize the entire J" |

t'' river passes and the (consequent large waters every possible way' '' and success of this country ton. I 1)I. f.. has t turned down t the n-" To.ooo acres. so that next year-that
with the statistics.
to be handled and the otheris along] its water' The njajonty! omiMi'iidation nf ih. Koaid .
produce obtainhle- way.s. ) on" the ,i- during, the year 1(14!( we expect
1 The method of presenting,. matter the fact that during 1911 there was of our pole| at the time of -....kllg' .-""\'I'y of t the KiiinmeiKu.i, ,- \Vi. In have fifty to fifty-live thousand

: t othe Board was as -follow,;: Senator such scarcity of rain that the boats therefore, believe] that the ,.tatistics a location consid.-ted" the xxate, tianportafion i II''I..I! \ wanal, h )Io 1"-," of Iho t talon, .11,1-, nf it in) use. and to add to that

,1 Bryan, whose original home wax could not make regular trips for a hereto annexed and signed by Anil felt veiy' itintideiit oful"'ess.
in Kissimmee and who his lill'J! :! rain beingVo,-ebfg us aj: a' committee, are as nearly correct providing the waterxay' (1'1,1),' t tiu-t/ )that gnu will u.1. i ,inN.illl I If mil, / plan- do not miscarry we shall

1 in boyhood 'part of the year, whereas during 1912! as, may be had and that they maybe )vet e cared for so they uotild be abfe, .trurl10 hire| ; lliriii, I'I ",l", .nl.'l( piohahly.' heiefoie, during the year .

: days was very familiar with this lam being 1 : more plentiful the boats .. entirely trusted as covering a to handle thetiFrog,, eti by bi.at,, l tlie'i I ai lion' J 1:111: I Inalile to handle approximatelyI

water-route and in fait eve,lylhitg' could continually truthful presentation of this matter.. I and from personal \\ ledge of tin- ,
run ) A- gnu ale await-' ; + an iiilonr/ I ,nithe, t out 'P'lt' above stated for this
in Osceola] county, opened thc argument You will note that the commercefor Very respectfully situation so far as concerns" out locality HUT Ji.nnil)))) ai'ii- uf land \Oil tin 'Ki. t ...11. and t tin- will increase for a numiiii .
CARSON.ARTHUR
1 C.( A.
"i by. pressing the matter rather 191'2'! I :! is I IS.'i! I per cent of what it F:. )UONEtJAN.. ); ; I I can( assure you that within -Hnnn-e' Uui-r" adjari-nt to (Lake KiIlljlllee. \ of, .xeais' Our) business. would be
i 1'Jll I 17 1 of what it the future. thciuNdl; be I de
was in I. : per cent near a and! to III.' month, if II"| | Kininiee > did not
; i MIXi'\<'r<'ly injured if we
1 strongly to the Hoard! and calling and s.O; of whatit C. W. WARD, land for boat ,
( cent far Inyoml
was' in 1910 per i t ransport.it/ ion HI\ "'1 Wi
'. J NO. :M LEE II depend| | |inntipally I. h.I"a I ,'"r lansportation I and unlesstin
their attention to the great importance 1919.)! We submit that this ,
xviis in W. H. MAKINSON.N your present eaparity1tisp. ) upon 11,1,, \ i I'.M' 'iaii; > mi Ian lee atforded us it practically

of this \\ ater-\\)'. He was then fOllowed ratio, of increase' warrants consideration C. BRYAN I nil-' I'oloni-t- I the land.I l e-nle-> Ial i means: I the. de-lrurliun of our busineiH.We .
at the hands of this Hoard, and Southern Coloni/.ation, (Company,. the : :: .
r flel 'lit) )hat ,
] by (Committeeman (Tarsus whopresented lyinjf veui nUUXIIIf. feel that I elfort posmhlo
{ (.'LAY JOHNSON.Commercial \ : ;. every
t bust you will find that this commerceNull I Hy II. F. Heuter, T MKxhibit : .
his. argument and statistics - ) -hould be made, to submit to the Hoard I
justify you in recommending ll'.. intenil. \\iihni,) .id. M, \I ill) ,.,. of K.nginei'rs: Washington. I I 1" prepared before leaving home, in the action along the lines recommendedby Statistics. : I U.
"\ 'a. -, to ell nut Uu-( I nine, | ,-t of t Ins, I that \\ III enable' them to feel that
strongest way he knew how. Then the Special Hoard of Engineer ( oniinerce! on the Kissimmee River Hon.; C. A. (Carson, Chairman) Transportation Jli.iMlO ai-ies, Toni
lalll"g'( | :L'H to li: loaeiis. tommrri-c-justifies" the expenditure
followed Senator Fletcher, who was (Officers) who made the survey.Now for the year ending )December, 1912. I Committee, KissimmeeHoard :; We look. 'fiinvaid' to :a l 111"IIUIIII" g"" of money mi this water We are

as to prospective commerce. Tons I of Trade, Kissimmee, Fla.i .i of -uU) |,. ', ,. |, way.
| tlluig
quite familiar with the whole matter, '( tin ,th1rner ( ,- onlx one concern operating there.
rd Apparently the development has just Automobiles ? 20 i Dear Sir: Referring 1 to your ( wln.-h will mean a large aniniint Thenare of

r and also Congressman Sparkman. All begun. Attached! hereto I beg to Artificial stone _ 25 quest. for information asto the approximate of fright. to I... hauled doun,: the Kiiininee ; 'timber, xxhich many thousand interestedContinued acres

of these gentlemen: ) urged! the tremend submit communications from various Brick . . _ 150 tonnage shipped. -to and.- nvei I I lti, fact t 1111", ,,"f I iIii-| ( (in( we on are page not 10))


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made for 'the treatment.-of indigent. -
CURE THE HOG BUT under competent supervision, in'the THE HOSPITALITY M

open air, in a Sanely ordered camp A

- i1 LET THE'PEOPLE.DIE among the pine forests and with, OF OUR CITIZENS ,
strengthening food and pleasant occu-t Paint That Makes Good

io--- patiom Indeed, such a sanitarium has .' -
been on; of the dreams of the State

;,; .IS .POUCY'THEsfATE.PURSUES Health Officer for years. The dream BEACHES FAR AWAY ENGLAND I ,
l near realised few' I
came being a years V

.',1 ago, but its accomplishment was spoil..,I Think what an' outside paint'' has to stand---.
\1 OVER TWELVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ed by the State Legislature.The AND) WILl. BE THE CAUSE OF

, EXPENDED, LAST YEAR *tory.!is an interesting one and j I MANYCOMING' HERE TO hot summer's sun---burning :dry weather---winter's

}t TO CURE CHOLERA IN HOGS somewhat instructive,. This worthy II SI ENU' 'THEIR WINTERS; ,

officer has 'always believed that the IK NOT TO REMAINPERMANENTLY. sleet wind and rain---and continually
4 f BUT- NOT ONE CENT TO board should have on hand at all freezing j

CURE :TUBERCULOSIS times a fund of at least one hundred I. : .
I the round .-
1 1 IN MAN thousand dollars, with which to.met changing year '

emergencies arising: from unforeseen l' people-; '
have visited Ki
- = -= ,Many, mI .
and unforseeable epidemics and the These the conditions under
the few
are
The State of Florida spent in 1912 I mee during past years, some '
like. From the annual income aris-
of whom have become permanent residents -
twelve thousand, two hundred and fif- ing from the half-mill tax, the board i| but all have been of one mind which MASTIC Paints make good.
ty-three dollars and some odd centsin I '
had to accumulate something
managed
in saying that for real' old-fashioned

serum the free to the distribution/farmers of hog the cholera State, like one hundred and thirty thousand j I courtesy and hospitality the people They stand the test of time so well -
,
dollars, and it planned to use a portionof here outclassed all others they ever
under enacted the I
provisions by Leg'lslature
this result of economical'administration -
. and not one cent directly to in the creation of a sanitarium met. I the users are more than satisfied--- 4.- :
prevent, relieve or cure tuberculosis of tuber- And many has been tjae person who .
for the treatment indigent
human beings. An obvious before he or she had been here three enthusiastic. I
among cular patients. It had gone 1'0.far. as II they are i
inference might be drawn-it is saferto months! decided to purchase propertyand
to select a beautiful site at Narcoos-
be hog than human in Florida. remain for all time, for they
\ a a see, near Kissimmce, and to draw MASTIC Paint has the largest -
The pig receives official recognition, plans for its improvement, : found our people whole-hearted, free
proper
and friendly. This is not acquired
the tubercular patient does not, except an -
of 1909 trans-
when the legislature
through a statute authorizing! the ferred sixty thousand dollars from the | trait of our people, (but just a part of covering capacity, and greatest dur-

purpose.Board to provide no funds for that sion accumulated fund. And fund no to subsequent the depleted Legis-pen- their being kind make-up-they and hospitable just to can't strangersbut help ability. It is made in beautiful,

However Florida's for it is a splendid asset, as will Be
expenditures
lature has ever returned this diverted
the health of her citizens and for her money. Rather discouraging, isn'tit seen by the following interesting: letter strong, brilliantly toned colors, of
from Capt. F. Fraser Hunter:
domestic animals is I
large comparedwith there is in Flordiano
? Consequently, I *"'J
that of the United States in gen- sanitarium for the treatment of great permanency. It is the ideal
eral. The annual income derived Care Cook & Son, Ludgate Circus, i I
thousand indigent and helpless
from the one-half mill tax on all the twenty tubercular patients some of whom are London, England. I' paint for all work. Let us show it to you and };
assensible property in the State for dying for lack of this assistance.. To the Kissimmee Valley Gazette: I
funds qf the State Board of Health, Gentlemen: Enclosed is a cuttingfro
: '
1913
of is now
As the Legislature
) give a sample of it to try. -
mthe financial
amounts to about seventy-five thou- in session, there is an immediate op- leading: English I you ,
sand dollars,. or approximately ten portunity for restitution.If paper, and perhaps one of the most '

cents for every man, woman and childin the Legislature would authorizethe I important of its kind in Europe.

Florida. The largest appropriationever Slate Board of Health to do for This is not an advertisement, but |
made by the Federal Governmentin indigent tubercular patients what it I a I leading article, and for this reason, OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.

one year to conserve the health interests -. has authorized and directed for indigent !I perhaps, you would care to publish it I

of its citizens, was one million crippled children, that is, until '' in your valuable paper. Although I j
dollars. This was ill 1893! to meet the their numbers shall become sufficient !' Florida IH not specifically mentioned I II ,

emergency of an existing or threatened to warrant the .erection of a sanitarium I I in the article all good Floridians will Kissimmee Florida '

epidemic, or about one cent per for their treatment, to arrange for I i realize that the progress of the whole j
capita. But thin same Federal Government ; in South and that of Florida are inter-
then care at public expense private I
through its department of hospitals and .sanitariums, the problem dependent. You will bo grad! to hear :i iI

Agriculture, expends unlimited Hums' would be solved, at least tem- I that the hospitality recently extendj iI j
for the study, prevention and cure of poturily j ed to some of my English friends by I I II - -'- rte ik

diseases among the lower animals I the kindly citizens of Kissimmee and iI j
condition not
This i.s an actual a MOVING PICTURES
and plant life the citizens of Floridain Osceola county is likely soon to receive I COW JEAS-Clay, Whippoorwill, an d Unknown $365-Iron and New Eja ;kt
theory, staring{ I Much interest $3-Splendid Mixed $2. Cahforni a Blackeye $3.7 Spanish Peanuts 1 y
in Florida 25,000 return.
There some a -
generous
are their faces, and just at present I |I Of KISSIMMEE{ .I $2 Chufas $4. German Millet and Sorghum $2.50. VELVET BEANS} 1 1I
resident and nonresident, 1 is being evinced in our pretty
persons of short- |I
taunting them with a record $2.-peeks sold .at bushel rates.
who are affected by tuberculosis in sightedness would never do to callit little city with such a delightfully : I ,

some of its stages and forms Someof parsimony The sick are always [ haughty name, and in the boundless )I 1 WILL BE EXHIBITEDLN PRINCIPAL -: KILGORE SEED CO. PLANT CITY, FLA. j. :'

them are curable, some arc in the with us to be cared for. It is not possibilities of the country tributaryto I SEASONABLE SEEDS .J
all of them A considerable of CITIES OF NORTHWESTAM .1.1I .1t
advanced stages!, but their fault that this insidious disease it. party Englishmen I I

might be relieved to some extent by has overtaken them, nor is it their of means has already promised :' THROUGH! ; CANADA I -_._-_.-....- ------ \ ,

proper treatment.. Approximately fault that its advance incapacitatesthem to spend the next winter in the .- ----- t increase will\ be about 460,OOO years ::1

j forty per cent of these cases are indigent from self-support I Ki.smmniee Valley. Let us hope that I When the Board of Trade purchased for the first additional second. 'T. J. Wilson
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they are dependent- for assistance Statistics! show that one person in our lake with the unpronouncable ,:I the films of the moving picture ofscenes I It has been pointed out that weight I .
J on outside sources. In many at name will soon he surrounded with on a string revolved around the finger'
every seven in the United States, in Kissimmee it did' a most
canes the patient IH the support of the some time in his life ill affected by ;I handsome villas, and that the opportunities -:I i( sensible thing, and one that will pay will increase its revolution as the Practical Boiler Maker,

family, which, when he becomes incapacitated tuberculosis in one form or another. I I for investment and profit ten times over the amount it cost. string winds up. In the same way, I Sheet Iron Worker, Flue t
by the advance of the disease The combined with the facilities for golf, claims have been made, will the earth
Some' recover, many die from it. I "J 1) Clark, one of the most progressive I II
for further work, increases the proposition is startling. What is polo, shooting and other sports may 1 I men that makes this progressive -! increase its velocity on its axis as I Welding Specialty.Work .
number of dependents upon public or ? Will I cause the owners of the villas to become material Is added to it.
Florida !going to do about it city their home, left yesterday ona j i Done by Day or ,
State assistance. the Legislature adjourn without for- permanent residents in our tour that will take him through the There seems to be no question but I

It is the opinion, emphatically mulating some solution? I charming valley. I principal cities of the Northwest and I' what slight additions to the earth result Contract,

stated by several members of the I If literature, of a public character Canada, and that gentleman, throughthe I as it constantly arrests and .
State Board of Health and by 'other i i" AN AWFUL BLOW well ,illustrated, written and bearing courtesy'of the advertising com- holds meteoric bodies.( I All Work Guaranteed.

prominent physicians, that nothing is f I undoubted facts as to Florida and mittee of the Board of Trade, carried Only rarely !do, meteorites fall, but P. 0. Box: 43 Kitsimmee,,Fl*.
I gained by sending tubercular patients "Ye," said SlitHer, "Mickley was KIssimmee could only be distributed the "Kissimmee Movie" with him and tiny particles are constantly added to

Colorado or other high elevations I my dearest friend, and I, shall never judiciously in England I am satisfied will have'them shown in each city he j it. Of course, this would take thousands I

J"i for treatment of this disease, when cease to mourn his deat It wasa that a considerable number of wealthy visits. of years to make 'the slightest <. Wooster Summer SchoolJune

and healthful as any atmosphere in terrible blow from which I shall 1 Englishmen would readily become There is no doubt but what the difference in the revolutions of the I 23 *OSTE", OHIO. August 15 ,
Florida's pine woods air is us curative never recover." I' residents in (Kcc-ola county. i iI | best results will be obtained from earth, and would bejargel) offset bya :
the world. Such banishment :separates "Why-I thought you married hiswidow' '' !slight shrinkage as the earth cools. I The largest school i in the state. r
Such l liteiutuit1 ,should not l I.e I."u.d'hr the pictures, as the people who view
from his friends when | Work for all, no matter who or what. n
the "
patient said Astronomical observations extending
.Iimpson. I
l> any one land I company or dim, bull (hescenes will know that they tell
he needs them most, it entails( Inigf "Why I"-ahem! Why, yes, I ''hy the counts 01 city as a public I he absolute truth, and when they { over a period of more than two May not be the best school, but good
expense and) it takes him away from did but---- t thousand years have failed to show and g'1'owingt.eUt'r.. Does not knowingly -
; body( Of rouisc real estate firms 1 learn that the pictures were taken in'
any possibility of aid\ from or throughthe here Slithers .subsided into a deep might adveitise in t the publication if the winter, many will be convinced! any sensible Changes in the day, but : i respond to encores when it
Slate Board of Health the influences of the tides become makes mistakes. The rainbow comes
uncomfortable must
anti ttlence.- they chase.Kindly I that there i is! no place on earth supenor I
It i. the possibilities that a evident after lapse. of down in Wooster. 1194 students last
among to Kissimmee as a place of a a great many
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sanituiium might j be-, operated in Floi A beautiful woman and a beautiful forward my copy of the Hissiminee ; c'sidenceMIEN curs. (One) authority has declared summer 85 instructors. 227 classes
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.ida under the dilution( of the StateHoard pieti of music should never be ques- Valley' Ga/ettc; to the ahoeiicldiess '1 .. that tin,'' day may lengthen until it is daily Eighth;i grade to postgraduate +
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wherein I piovisions. could<\ be 1 tinned as to age I With kindest, legaids\ the'i; at least fifty-live tunes as long as it A school of inspiration and helpfulness i'w'
talT. lnlieme. > ;; TilE D.\YS WILL .
Send for catalog today.
is now; and that would be the period I(
You s very truly, BEGIN(; :' 10 GROV; ) V I.ONCEK): ( ; 1 Mention this paper.
of the i evolution of the moon around I
I I I I I MM I I I I I I M I I II I I I I I I I +++++i4-+-f-M M M I MM M I I I i F FlL*\SI'n; JlI1NnHI : the eaithn However, from all rec'kon1 1 J. II. Dic kason, I'rin. Wooster, Ohio.

I j If anyone has worried over the jug, ,such a day of, thirteen hundred 19-4t gr

BURNING TRESTLE "'aims that have been made that oi.r years will not come for millions and I ?

TRAVELER'SCHECKS i iI djj* will become longer, they should millions of \earsThe .
i Malaria I Cliills & Fever '
or
I CAUSES WRECK : ease their worrying right now, unli sthey

I'I'I' I have drunk of the fountain of Rochester herald says: "We': Prescription No. 666 !I.prepared especially

I II eternal youth, because the greatest supposed! i that, sooner or later Gaby for MALARIA or CHILLS A. 'FEVER. r
I I.. THREE MILES KKOM.rglrlon: u ilionomers and mathematicians have Deslys would find her level! She has Five or six doiea will break any case andif
1 taken then na a tonic the Fever will not
):" PASSENGER;; TRAIN agreed that while it is true the days been dining with the elephants at the
I ION SUNDAY: return. It acts on the liver better than
are the most convenient as well as the most logical .THREE will become longer, the rate of their I: hippodrome." I Calomel and doe. not tripe or licken. 25c p
ON A. C. L MILESNORT11
form i in which to carry money when you are away I ;/ OK KISSIMMEK. u_ . ___ 2 o
from home. We issue the renowned K. N. and K
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Traveler's Checks, in any combination and to any I 7.M
: I 'Passenger train No. 80, which passes -
amount derired. 1 1J
I through here at .1:05: in the afternoon -

They may be cashed anywhere at their face I was wrecked three miles northof

their advantages.We this city Sunday, the cause of the
value. Call and let us explain
\ accident being a burning! trestle.At .

also write direct reading Foreign Ex the time of the accident the .
If what want is not in
change. When you desire to transfer money let us train was running forty miles an hour, you
and the engineer states his train wag
do it for you. within fifty feet of the burning trestle i
our show windows its in- '
by attentionto before it was discovered, as there is
We shall be pleased to serve you

details well as in larger matters. I Ia sharp curve immediately before V.foi.
as t
minor
:, reaching it. The) entire train excepttwo side.C. .
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(L4 We invite your business. The inclination and coaches left the track, some almost .
: turning completely over, but by I
facilities are ours to make your connection with us i I
what appears to be a miracle rto one
prove invaluable to you. I ''I was hurt' >

The accident blocked the road for .

more than twelve hours, and it was ,
Bank of Kissimmee .
Citizens 3 o'clock Monday morning before the 1
roadway was cleared for traffic. The '

2&'Broadway ( railroad! company met the emergency]!I II Jeweler and Y

ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.P.. K WEAVER, by detouring trains from this city A. COLE ;

President Cashier i I around by Clarcona to Sanford. .
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The: Kissimmee> -, : Gazette.: much: la i just as durable and lasting,,

tl j "t, .. ,: Valley, and ten time( as smooth. II ]JI THE NATION'S CAP! AL

P'" BLI8HiD KVBRT FRIDAY OFFIC B IN VALLEY QAZ1BTTH BUILDING, Clay, shell and marl roads are but The Florida Legislature-
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?,.\l KISSIMMEE) OSCKOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. temporary. makeshifts. Either concrete I '
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", -- or brick IB necessary for lasting- Washington, I 1). C,, April 28.-Reprrciitativc ... .

results and Tallahassee, Fla., May l.-The cat. Clay, Putnam, Volusia, Orange ( which : 'Wilson called on Postmaster -
W believe
': B. HARRIS we concrete the
.. . . . ., Owner of SemInole ,
1 better all round material.-Exchange Lie dipping demonstration given in would include' the new county General; l Burleson today for the

\\S., TRIPLETT< x Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION -- Tallahassee Tuesday for the membersof ), Osceula, Brevard"St. Lucio, purpose of discussing with him the

11.-- -.- -". -. -,-....... , -.h; " ___""' _,.... ..,.._:.....- the Legislature witness will. un- Palm] Brach, I Dade, Moiuoe [ proJo..ed.plan of having all 1 postmasters .

Cl EAT AND CAT AGAIN ''doubtedly effective in The section' of the state Most af covered Into
RATES: Ot.o .,. prove gettingthe l who were the
"' copy, one year _? .....,*_?_$.t.IOj I
One copy, at monlh _,-.-. ,76 On copy, three month, .40 appropriation that the State Board fected-in /such\ a ihamte would! 'lie. the Civil Sc-iviie-liy order of President
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. RULE AT FISH fRY
"- J I of Health, la asking for the eradication east-coast.--This woultj.. place all of I I'uft, take compc-tiUvo examinations

All communication, except from our authorized; correspondent, must t> : -- i of the cattle tick People ill the lower 1 the east coast 'counties in one district, l.lI' determine the-ir fitness for office

4: :3 *t1r1l04. by the writer counties of the state, especially in reaching from Jacksonville to Momoi Tlwy I talknl over the, matter for sometime
f; Rejected matter will not be returned tiiilm railed for.' TWO HUNDRED ATTEND THE Polk I t. in and! nth .
I, Osceola] DeSoto and are concet'n.i..d lit would : extent possiliiliUis anti) A\ 'ilnii ' i nU'l tains hopes of'
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i 'Entered at the Po.toTlco In Klurflmnxc"; rioildii I 1111 wcond-clasn mall mntlvr CELEBRATION AND J RETURN j in this work, where the cattle interests 1 and itlt'reusuIgrhu's' out of 'I"lug, IIJI'II of hi'' lioici-placed in of-

sezw". .. HOME FILLED WITH COODCHKKK ,' are great the most impoilunl' di-tmts in the' Ii, i" ifi, Imida I / ,it place of a number .

, FRIDAY, MAY 2-, 1913. AND FISH. No movement hu grown su lapull uiiiiiUi:, TI1 I piesint) eultgre'' )! smafiat ', of l I Ui pul J titans II ho were. given .prot'lion -

-_ -- ,-" -- : in Florida as this has, for it v\us. large would In lilt in. it and would t unili't r I 11 h., ('nut Service rules.

1 i only a few months ago that the, :stateHouid ; probably nuke the i.ttt .is distntt" t II I'nstiifhec Departu
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EXORBITANT FREIGHT RATES MORE RUINOUS THAN FREE TRADETO I'vi-ivbody knew that a good time of Health t"ok'thp held ill the ":,'11'_1'nlativ I q,,,''t. to,,- ,",,10// \,'I'I!g t, i \li, \\ ii-I'I, .u discussing the

CITRUS FRUIT GROWERS was just laying waiting{ for them at termination(( of getting ml "f the forth. I other iiinditl.iti! .,. and 1 front .Kilsl .\ :1dI
I.1'! I '1'r. '
"t I
't" Southport' last Saturday, therefore diaiily) tick \\ to .1.ld( ksilllX ,llll Ih.'I I trot,lIn I,. II. milt. .i' of President
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The (following editorial' from the Volu'ia County lleialcl i is so rl11'lele I tins'' who attended the (fish fry were : Senator; Arthur 1 L; lloiugan! / who "mil, hull'a 01"1'! t.". n "'I "I\,'. '. , ,,, I I I.I : I Il ., 'I""I/I /! i \ '" name
with sound reasoning, and so aptly Ills \ pievailinK In (Ms; section not surprised, ) when they arrived at niu\ lit put down as an authority. i ,,:'mm. tin' ni put'' flu ll\. !I.. 11',1" :'In I II ..Iu'I'I/ i the third and
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resent I tlu clock in the anal and each onew..as that ilillrunt. could In Prank CIa 11 k.'tb,: '
that plan .
it is reproduced in the hope thai our | legislature will sec Ihe InJustice I says a raee |put-i- I II" t.1 I I \I'g', he-He-I inspect -
handed a big bunch of laughs used to better inl\uiitiifjri. lit' IhinKs\ ?I ,I ,Ii'.tII't' i I iipii-1 i i inU\1 ,, i I 1-'' "nmanderid .
1 the railroads the fruit i, , I1.d1\ t tiansfe>rrd from
arc p aclicnx upon ( growers of( (this Stale in (lie and told to use them freely and if t \\I? I" II
I ,,,011 the prun'it'" of his own count out of t tin m-w dislmi" I
$1 of( exorbitant and ? I .,. a. ,11 n. aitwholly out
way freight rates, enac'l' some legislation dial will at least they were exhausted to to Jno. '
> r apply I lidipping the tattle at the "season I fill''' nuvrih.'t', i "11 in,,, nn,. '. ,,Ito' i 'mlI '
ill
i t e 'give us partial relief : In 01 ,lno Mil'hattei: or Jno. Beeman i when it IH the custom to burn theN I I.( II. and the'} ".n. i'UII'' ion\ ".nI 1 \nlpll' a \\uIh nut people the
, u-Mili-nt
t "It looks now that the tariff on citrus (fruit will he reduced from (SO to I n Hill. Hams and they would be furislnd ,: >IMH, Ills ld'a i is to r "ll'ItI the (.atti I I.i, M givt'i tI ileIUt.t i a"u" .\ fi' on"i I tin i iIII I I "ti''m'v-I I", ,I I' IJnltrnt i l\ "Iol..t l ,| to wouldi these

i 35 cents per box. n cut in duty that was not expected by (lie growers of( the I 'iI a fusil supply, but that the 'i t (' at out plat and put' Hum Ihioii" liI (.( lit. "II.I"t ts (mitt .11 0,1,, ,, "f I Hi. |f'l 'IJM I' I ,\ < ni."| I,,\" <"f the Postoffue

fruit bell. The 35 cent rate is incorporated m the general tariff bill the -tin k of grunts and grouches anilHnks I I tht> nip and after they are dC'," of it d hingi" m I th., i'/1, i I I"" i i.i ,
,,, I into district
I' I n I )r"aw i' inv
Ways and Means Committee has reported lo Congress, and a change lo a had been forgotten: in the hurryof I, turn them on the burned poitions of It. r i i.laimi,d ,l'man.\' that. lli Plc I "
foi the office
( with-
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r'nl a i iii man
a higher rate is hardly probable while Ihe bill' is before both branches of con- loading i I: I the lanchesthin he thinks. between ,nl I,iw uPrl'rt..s, I to .llii,| .1dvlmltI.! :i. .'it. | lining
I. .,,"\ 1 I' glIo// I" I Ihe'wishes of theSueh
greis. fliers is no need of attempting todesctitie ; (lire and flood the cuttle-tukill soon tin frt.ll spei.ul ttin- alid against the
l lold ',at'o'' 'I' ib t .' ,1I"'l', :; a post-
tv What the grower should now' attempt to do is lo appeal to the state's the time the people had-the disappear. '"I1'II'I s i;I 1' ,llu giuw.1 i s (/1..1'->! i
tiiir I"' appointed'
mi-iii" nit. is in
i delegation in congress, to the Stale Railroad Commission and through it to people. me young people and even I Thl'1 demonstration wits iliad under I t la' 'in .that it !i' impos' .il I1 It- to .rl I a
,
; in-t,1"I, II l> '<'tiiiniilile, ] to the
i e the Inter-State Commerce Commission (for some redress from the high (freight (the babies had just sUl'hI good time the direction of lr K !II. \i flitlieit st L mil, nd fn lli' "mncIMIII ,Ial... fur inis i r n

t 'rates the transportation companies charge (for getting the (fruit to the market. as everyone dos who goes picnickingto I of Atlanta, working under the direction ) ,titions tin I flint ni ripe fnllv 'i ill. mi' 01 I In' oflin and mv eortstitui -
-n\\ ,
The rates charged are exorbitant, indeed a rate thai I is rUinous to the industry Southport of the United States Bureau of :II month, nli ad nf IIlh.'I'i st,( turns' \ miltlin l ,
"I 1 .,i I tc "Id I In of .
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'l i. ay course
than if had the fiee list A The committee had provided fish Animal Industry Dr. Josephj Y. that will ,
q more so congress pul oranges on rate from , .I'nhithcl' "problem' ( .

$175 J to $200 per car on our fruits lo lie( market is all out of( reason. The i nough to feed Kissimmee, and there I Porter State Health officer was prts. li.m t to In '.uh''d1usl: nf tin (grow that. Ihl- i apphuhle to any partic-

past crop in Florida sold (for about 15000000. about one-third of which aie some who do say that never before ant. as were also Ir) ('. P. Kaw) cm, i.I is want the inmi.ttuit. flint' I IIA, 11, lila, in- pi" "11."i I but, 1 .tin decidedly op-

went to the transportation companies $75 a car is a plenty (for the railroadsto did fish taste as good. And then i State Veterinarian; Ilr .lohn I ),.:\lllly. taint.d, hut they, want to In i.an.ful, 1'-.1 .ii. ..1.. ,.\ -Ii. 'in | e

charge to lake II,.; fruit to northern markets, giving them a good! profit. there was l'ofee-my! my, our mouth assistant; Ex-Senator C. !F, Barber how the law n is I'I'"I1g-'d., foi .Iht':, "I I -.imiikK. hope Hull tin plan dis-
still for u,,i-,cd,, i.I f hel 1.hut' a -imple examina-
waters more-the like of
1 Our senators representatives, the stale and inter-stale commissioners could I president of the Stockbreeders Asso- know\ that tin. :'IOVMI is tin 'Mini' II I h..,

bring about such reduction (freight if made. which was never served in the famousold elation and Marion Knight, president ,, il\ t loa., :.11 .ill ti'I. ..t linthlanketed. in-
in rates I an attempt was From I ( pas tin I prni' in' tin tfMid, if .in\l">

California to the eastern markets, a distance of( nearly 3.000 miles, a box of( French market at New Orleans. I of the Farmers' Union. do," Hi" 'm i llu'v h1been n"in h t i.. .tin I1\ Ii s, n II i b) /I'resid.'nt Taft,

r j oranges is carried (for $1. while the Florida grower must pay two-thirds this Hut look who cooked that fish and I The Stall hoard is merely asking \\iought up '1'hi' iitius. fiuit, i inn, .nil "" IlIg .tin. I Ihrii. highest. men

4 l mount for less than 1,000 miles. It is a discrimination, against the Florida boiled that toffee! Need you ask I for legislative authority to spend asmoney mitti. was ...0 limit.i nit,) .d 1 about, ll\ that .1"ml:id .in. I In I "ii'|>aitmiiit for the '

1 i grower Why Jno Lee, of course Whoever ,I own for this purpose for the thl'lllen.c.d to wait. until, tin. In" itnulturil 'l'i..I'"a-I.I I I i.i '" ,niltrth the Conc ,

f' heard of a barbecue or a picnic or a State Board will w.thI ; 'ii".ii t Ii" limo'.c I, I the mini, will be
r "The Polk County Record in writing of( discrimination, against FloridaI | is provided meeting I and -""'" "I'f tin alarm'
:fish fry or a foot race or any other funds, ,i'I I f"I"d| i I I. 11.-. in it will he lais-|
orange growers and truckers says : I"'I I rs \\ti.t 1 ,1 I to I 111t'1I 011-1"1.,1" i ,I 'toatti'id
: old thing being [pulled off in these I lion II ( :Stanford; . ibl t.. :yq'utilt|"| 1 amiuho, ran com-
'A year or more ago there was much said in the papers of Florida in 'lay is proving ! the im . tic .it l"I> I Viii\,I .nilpn .

I regard lo unjust freight rates but along toward election time last (fall the mat pints' without him being in thi' thIck u live and tlfiitiv represe'ntatlt.Ile \ si nt t thou v 1'\- :lull .nil,, \\ nli I I'I'h! i th'. i nil :-'I\\e; rules and

of the bunch like hired il t tin '.in ,mm. Ii, 11111'ptahle to the
"
working
+ a has been t\tieliitl fortunate with . .
8 ter was in a manner dropped. full' till ,II lol' ll I 1- III.i 11 I 1\ that' the

9 'One of Polk county' big shippers and truck growers calls our at- hand. I his. lulls] so far, and though the outcome 1 II ilutioi. pa'd I I 1,s I that I 1".1\" A nutd,, ".Igt--11,5, ", and. ii. tin \put, rails of

tention to this. matter and gives us some figures that are astonishing in regard Hut seriously] the day was most I'ilia110t lie for."e'c'rtall"v. I I.I. fnlloXMil lid-I,l\ h\' t till. Irgi- : ,,' tin, 'Inn., ,

i to freight rates to and (from the north and west delightfully spent there was not the I I it looks as if he had some good: out- I Iln,. .1I1'II.-t in tin. utunatri. l tiin' .

l 'Talk about the damage to fruit and trucking in Florida by (free trade; least jar or accident to mar the pleasure that will find then way on the statute tau i-. innl i inii, n .,. bc, au. -r ,( Ih, It U .\.111.1. I J.J n L-I tIvitI< ('Hiiilnl -
id I I. I I .IK i .toi, of ( 'ustoms at
s It is little in comparison to what our people suffer (from unjust (freight rales of the two hundred who attended 'hooks.hllh! : has been printed in the s.\entl I I pi II SI'I'111 It Ml-,, t Ih.l'' f"I 'ifth ,,,

F a f 'Take (for instance the rate on truck from Bartow to New York City is unit, the building] committee of the papers about his two pubbiltv bills. I alleged! : Molttinn-' -nil. 11. 1'., .Ink f\ ill' i- (ii \\'a-lllllgoton jrettmiri

1 B8c per hundred while the rate back here on the same is only 42c. Methodist] church under whose auspices :I allowing titles and counties the right: -age in' 1 1911!, 1 the I la-. .c'.Ion i II'" 11.1""I, i '' t tII

'Our rates to points in Georgia is 50c while (from Wisconsin and New the fish fry was given, netted a to levy a tiirttt tax for publuity pui- 'pinsn'utiirns' weir, !push,'d l\ I the I I'l|,,, .tw I .twi -. who-c iiiiniiiiationfc
,i < nlli tin, .I') Inti, 'innl Revenue HUH
i "
it 17 York back south to these points twice the distance, or more is only 42c. handsome sum, which will be added I poses Both bills were favorably leI .nil ( "it in-' I :\ihniLi. '. tt tin had nfvhith .

'Rates (from Mississippi to Philadelphia. 7 days f freight, is ISc I per crate to the building fund. I I ported by the house committee and \ stood \\ t'I 'I"i',nipli a d.,;-,., I In in ant t ti" t tin s. nati I I I'ri'MiU-nt)

i for tomatoes and Florida shippers pay bOc per crate for 5 days (freight to the It is hoped that the committee or''''sentiment for IJieir" passage seems mined
same places. some other body of like character, I I sufficiently strong to put them over himself. and olhiiwisi iiitiM-tel, inlli =Xitmil t .is.ttniti\'

ifi "an see its way clear to repeat the Another bill which was favorably] ; .I I I l'IIt-. of :\llallll. huh arnvi .
'These figures are only a (few illustrations of the discriminating freight 1 j industM :Mi Temple unitliitind \ . ,
dose at least four times more before i| ported was the lull introduced l by l tit, ti and I ifiMjiinil, ilutiiH in ton
rates against Florida. They are a hundred times more injurious to our peo- I' : hut it -t.tttd. allt hO'lt..tlll.lvIhal .
i the summer closes Mr Stanford railroads to I, ,1wlluth t tin *M.. nat' i: i'ha mix'r. Heiin
.Ill. . than free trade with all the world. I requiring the opposition, to llu law lied
:' n-i{ --I law makers' could -be- with these facts would furnish cars with stanchions for shipping h.. nh uotucd' ' ,I n striking tonIt.i -
our ,impressed they its stint nfori i'mi'nt had I nothing. to

I' doubtless quit wrangling so much over these tariff questions and gel together, WORDS THAT MAKE lumber. This same bill causeda do with his stippni) down and out i bitten uiii kin' r about every

I great fight in Georgia several thud), il.t\ when the :Smutiis; in sesiiui -
I .
II' is on something that would give the Florida shippers a chance to compete with yearn The impression prrtiul.' with ,lilt..
.. ago, and it is expected there will lie fwd working! tin hours a day
,
trade that
other points in our own country. YOU EEL GOOD the fact of Mr:\ limpli' s nine-
a fight on it, but Mr. Stanford is hope- link holm a- \'-. >.luiit (le-rk of the
.... __v ____,, _____ __ I menl will operate! r lathii to the uil
< null .it :Miami
h that has been tried Florida -- ful.Mr. I vantage of the glowers in getting:
SOME SAY LUCK I fought in a Stanford introduced a measure the kind of E..I.: Koswell of Murtow, Mr. Bentley -
ESPECIALLY WHEN THOSE satisfactory legislationthat
court, pitted against him was some at the request of State Chemist Rose, and :Mr Hr6rner, of Tampa Were
the ablelJt'lawyera in but WORDS COME FROM\ 'A REAL they are 8C'l'king-whichs simply .
of the state
I visitors here
SOME for of
SAY ABILITYIS providing the conformity the today.
,. verdict' a just law, l bearing with equality
; he got a from the jurors of LIVE-,IIUSTLER... State Pure Food law with that of the on all sections alike. Minnie L. :Moody was today appoint
"not guilty although it required four '
f
3. national government. This largely The Wailes ed postmaster at Fort Dade, Hillsborocount '
claim is dead!, for (the
t trials] :to bring that verdict about. '
THE REASON OF W. J. SEARS' technical. The bill provides for an \ vice Wootlward
resigned
I I And again at the term of Circuit court The editor is in receipt of the following ]- I I : house voted to intlt fmitt'[Iv' ,po'.t pone I ,
additional inspector who is to be wit l N I : \\hit-.tin at
appointed Mclntire
WONDERFUL SUCCESSS \JJ!
that ( ol \\
: letter his old I 'all.'b 'lsking' finni
just ended I here he seeured. the acquit- from friend '
.
,
| : by the Governor; the I i .,khn, ,
n
upon tin, "("I1ly. MII |n> A :MurrayVMM .
A CRIMINAL LAWYER. I tal of John Buxton who Polph lierli] who our peopfe will remember gislatun: w.t tin 1"1\ II 1. i to
everyone recommendation of the State ( hi'mist "' ii t.h i r> JONES.
--- thought was as certain of convictionas as the man who organized f go into limit, ltd -Ialol"h I 111"i "n -' li -
and Commission of Agriculture] ,
the setting of the sun the Kissimmee lie & Cold Storage II. a ligal m",tlti.i ind. obhur'. ,indiiiildiiision - - --
q As a general proposition when we I 111 r. Stanford has a good loads bill
TIll'I suitc-ss Mr Sears met with in Co., but who is now owner end nianugi Thl'I "a- d"It.d, I \\ h.. n I tl I..,, I I'11 what. i 1- ai,lassu,," ""
need the services of a professional to offer in the event the State (,,.t.d '
I 111"t
these, iase has shown our people heis 'r of the Crystal Ice Co., at High enabling art wlinh had Intn intnxlui. Ii" pi',ml-. In) sun A Classic
man, especially a lawyer, weleU{ Roads Association bill falls through, t id to tills cud iii ft e, '" "t ,in I k i I- hocIlie,."
of the Springs We are grateful for Mr. w'is 'at i'd t s| ( :uii>-ito ) a
a man ability in
rate I
abroad to employ one at an exorbitant practice and it thought that there will he-
of i riminal law and that there is I Herli's kind words. and here returnour say that m',"I I \ ,cot \ nrw.pgn! :i 'i iin -- I IF
figure believing that the "home boy"for considerable opposition to this melts' \ h
& tin :Slati; his I be-ti a i v'nug, widow, gets on a
most profound thanks : I i I iu1g I nut'
-- we never get through lookingat no longer any neiessity to go: into the uie Some of the most ardent good i 1.I..d., .' hall 'I", of
great lilies to (find a man capable of "High Springs, Fla, Apr, :W.( 19HS : against (th injustiie' to I'cl| \\.u-| only a mutter
our men as boys, regardless l roads advocates are beginning to get t
young I handling: important legal cases .1 I Tnplett] H S. I" I who was n".|,.,,,"'dol.| | for, tunu,'g the 111'?
of how brilliant they ar.I" not i discouraged' over the failure to rtaihan -
I :01 r. Kiais1 sun ess may be the result "Dear Sir: Having seen you once' Indian. war ilaim liinds into i Ili|.M. st .it.. .
; to tackle the if the
quite big enough job agreement: on proposed good |
j
'< of link or it be the result again elevated to the editorial tripodas liiasurv Hi gm Mils" of 1111', ," .lId,, )
l it is of any special dimensions, and may roads ]legislation Mr Stanford has
i of abilit! We of the the old and woolly and unterrified.I according to Ins atiount P"II'| Derv,
are I
; that rule has prevailed here in the > opinion hopes for his bill. It is similar to the = Taylor'sINDEPENDENT
that it is due to his ability. I hasten to enclose remittance covering $40,000()() in the uilleitiiin I of thdnuny( ' =
but to has bill which offered at the '
past, we are glad say Angle was
- ------ I subscription to the Gazette to It was his ,'ollll"lll.tlIlh tin Mali:; .that|, .
r about run its length ]last esion.
i .001); l ROADS Sept 23, 1913. hi should have no i 01111111"', ,"_ (ltompi
Everybody young, old, big and UtI Completing the list of Stanford bills, (' 'nsation mill,
tin
s t "If a paper may be permitted to milt'\ ,\I.
wH a"' I tie-knows Joe Sears; he grew up j i Two 1 men recently] met who had both I scintillate the Gazette will certainly to date is one requiring{ companies paid! the :State; and afti.r it wa- paid.

here; he paddled in our man\" 'I been residents of California. Both scintillate under the joint guidance of to pay $1 a thousand as a fee for their he was dtmtd! tin- tight to :ni> llmrlidmai Cash Grocery
ditches and kitties letters patent. At present it is $2
caught had many pleasant things to say regarding such men as S. J. Triplett] and Bill ) > new 'l"ipl'r) nun in' mull,

with pin hooks; he growed some pans the old .state, but they agreed Harris. with a limit to $$125,000 The pro- to unit:'island! how tin. right ,,,f
:al'I"'al' |
I bill would take off the maximum |
ed through the high school worked thai as a whole Florida had more rial, "There are editors and Gazettes, but posed tan ht, tit.nit.d him hut th(. I h"u". Ii""

a himself through college, studied law ural advantages One of them said, there is only one "Trip" and only one limit. spoki and thin 1 is lull,. .halill|, that 1 1, 3 Cans Sugar Corn.
HI The of the State 25c.
into .
itw'' was told by the courts he could prac- "There is one great thing that Florida I I j K, V. Gazette redistricting |: the ilaun, will toin, i up,, ltdlll, at, till-) ,
four districts under the I ) 3
tice provided he could find a client needs," and the other said "Yes good "May both wave and grow fat until congressional session. and! it I is tilt, lull I i f "I'| ,,", Pork and Beans 25c.
!! UN)
is "
was ejected a member of the council, loads" "No," said the first, "What I the cows come home. recent census apportionment one that the claim is Brad and dm, 3 Vienna
LI, Sausage 2Sc.
of the most perplexing problems that .
i' then elected I(I
of
superintendent our I Then the otherrl'lortA.d. This ,
mean is capital.
"My best wishes, and also a tokento is out way to 'MM the, Slit, 3 "
"
r schools, has risen to the rank of Grand "If had roads confronts the members A numberof s Veribest Soup 2Sc.
we good men that and that .
distinguished, spindleleggedMayor I I money t is tin. uldm.,,.. rule)
bills have been but the "
Chancellor] of the Knights of Pythiasof of means would be more strongly] at- of yours, my good friend J. proposed, i, of some of the :."I1..s. [igislatoiStnatot '. 3 Conned Beef Huh 2Sc.

Florida ; but with all thai we still trac.ted toward the state, and be more W Lilly of Kentucky, sah. one which seems to have the most '! '' /Donigan) has 3 \
Ga
f vdr being the bill which has be-en' 1I.I""k"" ,.u,| Style Hash .2Sc.
.
looked him .
us just plain
upon a young: inclined to put in capital. It is mighty "Yours, and will undoubttilly (
( liter Then'il when wanted legal )passed to third reading in the senate, s.mi( th" ,pr.sage 3 Oil Sardins
was
we difficult to convince a man of intelligence "DOLPH BERLI. of of an ad which 10c.
,' i- 01| 001"1,, !
is that offered Senator Johnson of
\ advice we would to him for it by ,
go that a community is progressive mien' but of gnat 3 Lbs. California
Live Oak, and slightly modified the mipoit' ('i' I It I ap,,, Prunes 25c.
but it never occurred to us it was necessary and that tine dreams absolute (
it offers opportunity forlapital << are an waste plies to the ,
"itgisl ,, "
short of .
|
,,
in laud j \\111, , 2
i to pay for it, because'asn't when it has such wretched unless converted into something tangible changes consisting placing Nassauin making it possidU 1 f,.. tin : California Apricots 2Sc. ,

I he Joe; wasn't he one of us, and why roads as has Florida For my part, the second or rather ]letting it remain I''of land to take put, i'Itll" ,
al ,.f , , 2Sc.I .
where it and Mon hegeua
was placing
should he charge for advice even if while I love Florida if I had the .
mon- tion in one. "
r
I I I, county aid pt,, 'I, , I Seeded
in the fourth. As the bill reads Oil record Raisins
he did seedy and l eat light retire roe lOc.There's .
go pretty ey to I believe now that I would in other
.'
counties .
MI-HIP: <>K IN-IK* nox in MKIC !' ,- :, ,
the will be follows if ,lrol.tum, ,
the ". redistricting as ,
lunches to acquire necessary learning choose (California solely because Call- I'llOOlDrpartm against
...' of tae lat..rlor.I the bill becomes a law : I suits and "tl,,.r pun,'s, ,IIf III", ,
to give the correct legal answers. forma has such fine of
a system good which have .
hen
j H. Land Of!!<.. .! li.lnr.< Illr. I-I.. First district: Citrus Sumter, Her- : tnftu" I betl, ,, ho'.ible, ,|
,r. In fact we couldn't see how a home roads May :*0, lllltI : I if a purchaser did
nando, Pasco Ihllsboro, Polk Mana- not record) |I",i, d"'d), ,) None Like
..y boy could become great and talented Good roads be I I. Itobert l II lillilm. of AlKir F la ''in
cannot built
with
I who. 21. every county when
1 on April 1111 made lloprit HteailAplilliatlun tee DeSoto, Lee pms" | of Uini]
and win big legal battles. good intentions; it takes No. HK6KB. for NVt lots.. 2 that might have b '
money. 1 I. ,
,
and 3 24 ? 'igt| :
Sri and N U of NKV4. Stcllon Second district: Jefferson, Hamilton .n me US
''w r. But things have occurred in these Whether or not Florida is big enough 23. Township 31 South hangs 34 E, tract lay in several countiesJ '
Tallahassee Baker Taylor, Suwanee, Brad-
#' of late to people'sminds to bond herself make the Meridian hrrrny give [
: part change our to roads ne-
notice tif H.
Intrntlntn to make
my FIlial
ford, Alachua, LaFayette, Levy, Mar- ItLl'SI-: |: |:.
and they have awakened to cessary depends on the people themselves Commutation Proof to establish my
ilalni to the land above diarrlbtd before ion and Nassau. = Taylor'sBroadway
a the fact that in W. J. Sears we have ; the state is large enough if John Overatreot Clerk of the =
C' Third district: Escambia, Santa "It's no trouble lit all|, "
the ,
and think 'IIY" a hall
one of the most capable successful people so. .
Twentieth day of May 1911 by two of Rosa Walton, Holmes] Jackson Wash- collector "to find .
people
r
criminal lawyers before the FlorIda j We respectfully call the attention of the following wltneftdesHoy : out,
) 1 1I' K. Howard of liter.. Fla. ington (which would include the new ,, Store Phone 250
: bar. He was chief counsel in theHenry our state officials to the possibilitiesof Alfred Nicholson Alfter. Fla. 'I .,
Dan McKauKhlln. A liter. FlaCharlea county of Bay) ; Calhoun, Liberty, "What do you think, of that
Savage case, one of the moat concrete as against brick. The con- Tadicett. Alger: Fla labor Mabbett
Franklin, Gadaden, Wskulla, Leon. theory I St. Store Phone 224
Important and one-of the hardest crete roads cost about one-half ROBERT n Qirmsl
as
a .. I -5t pd Fourth district: Duval, St. Johns, alt won't work." I I
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FRIDAY, MAY 2. 1913 : ..
THE KISS'IMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. PACE ,S. '
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..f.Twt! KlSSJUIiU.Te1ep VANLLB LCAZETTE Frank Pope, a prominent Jacksonville Tuesday night. He was well known

; attorney, ,was 'among the outs and exceedingly popular with our t" '\
.
::}; j rahlidsed, Every Friday Byi of-town 'men who. attended. court, here people, and was considered one of the . .
1\,4 -
\ .., ,' .' .. .,
last '' .
,n. : 'week., the .
: .J I W HARRIS. most efficient officers in state. .
I
',\ = .= '
::1 .. .. . .. ..... .. ..OOO. Dr. C. L. Hyatt and Karl Lupfer j Miss Alice A. Robbin, a national KATZSParasol .
spent> a few days at that pleasant resort worker of the Home and Christian .

. Weather!; ReportFollowing.are j Paaa-aGrille, returning here Temperance Unlon; will give an address "

::2I Tuesday night. .. at the, Baptist church Sunday r

.J afternoon at 3:30: and in the eveningat Week "
: \ the daily tempetaturee J. H. Redditt has moved his hospital : 7S:30 at the Christian church.

. .: ... pnd precipitation as for sick watches to the Fleming ---- ----
',: _' reported by the Government building Darlington avenue OPPO- The Laymen's meeting will 4>e heldat

station at Killelmm..e. for, the site the, Home Bakery.. 19-3t' 'the Baptist church Sunday afternoon Monday.May 5th to May 10th

week ending May 1, 1913. at 3 o'clock, and will be addressed ,
M D.
Wilson of Tampa is
spending
by Miss Anna A. Robbing, a lady ,
the week ni this city renewing old .
MAX Y+N RAIN ac
of national' suitable .
reputation, on a -
Friday , '87 59I quaintances, Kiasimmee having' been, subject. Ladies are especially invited ,

,I Saturday. . 8Ii ClSunday. his former home. to be present.

. . . 78 61
Monday . RO 51 Misses Sidney and Minnie Pennell, : W. G. Durant, who has filled the You may rest assured that you can find the best values in parasols ;
of Media, Pa., are visiting their I +
t Tuesday . 76 50 hrother, J. S. Pennell, at his residencein position of public stenographer in \, next week in our store that you have ever seen or heard. We will not 1
I Wednesday !oI5 50 North this city for the past year, has accepted '
3 Thursday 8.2 68 Kissimmee. a place in the office of Kay & : quote any prices on these but ask you to come and see for yourself just

Mrs. J, B, Holt left Doggett, Jacksonville attorneys, and
Wednesday for
.. .......... I what we are offering.
her home in Oklahoma, after a most left on the noon train yesterday to

pleasant visit here with her parents, :' enter upon his duties. Ii( 7
11111111111111111111 II I Rev and Mrs A, J. Holt
A" Chas. I I. McBurney of l Princeton, N.

Miss Onie Hill of Goulds arrived J., spent several days in the city this Other things of striking beauty and quality will be before you '

THE LOCAL fiELD. I in the city Tuesday for a visit with II week, and exprehed himself as delighted during our "PARASOL WEEK, from Monday, May 5 to Saturday,

her cousins, Misses Leona ar,)>d Ethel with his visit, !saying Kissimmee -

.1111111111111111111111111Strand RobersonTh'e I was the cleanest and most progressive May 10th. .

I city he had visited in the
wood $1.25 per etrand. Model Laundry has added two South ,, .l

Prompt delivery within city limits new collar machines." to its equipment,

rhone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf .ind manage jviitz say a he is now City Marshal Tison made a good .

.ready +o accommodate all comers grab Saturday night at 11 o'clock KA TZ'SKissimmee

H. R. May spent Sunday with when he caught Weaver, the negro

11 lends at Jacksonville J. C. TIHOII and Wash Tison, two boarding-house keeper, selling whiskey i

prominent orange growers and stock and Mayor Lilly 'closed the scene I Florida ,
W. H. ,Brokaw with Gnfflng Brothers men of the Narcoossee section, were Monday morning with a fine of $26 i ... -

the tree people. 40tfI' transacting business here Saturday and costs, which the negro paid. !

S. Gilbert; spent the week end MPH J. K. Milliard and daughter, The City Council will hold its regular ,

with, friends on the west coast Irene, and Mrs. E. F) Masters leave monthly meeting Tuesday night, 1 a;

next Tuesday for a protracted visit when'it is understood Councilman Gil- i.
I For Sale- -One MulliiiH steel launch,
with friends near Benton Harbor, bert will tender his resignation, aa find one if he has to place his order give them a'necktie have no compunc- UP TO SNUFF
C. W. Ward. 18-2t
.heap Mich. his business affairs prevent him giving with Commodore Peary, Dr. Cook, the tion in asking that an advertisementbe

Horn, to Mr.a and Mrs P S. Oliver. A ill being circulated To the proper attention to the duties ): ex-king of Portugal or some other given them by a newspaper. The "Talk of opening oysters," said old
petition
April :SOth. i. son have the commissioners. appoint a devolving upon him as a city father_ celebrity who knows what a real hogis. thought does not even enter their Hurricane, "why. nothing's" easier, if I
heads that every inch of space so you only know how.
Oar) great Saving Sale closes next game and fish warden for Osceola Prof C. L Willoughby, a member ,, given, in addition to providing them I "And how's how!" inquired Starlight -

Monday night Don't miss it 19-1t county, and is being liberally signed of the faculty of the" State University ''Mrs C. E Denig, of Runnymede, the most valuable kind of service, '

by our people at Gainesville and secretary of the spent yesterday in the city the guestof actually costs the newspaper in editorial i "Scotch snuff," answered old Hurricane -

I For rent--Modern li-room bungalow Florida Live Stock Association, was Mr. and Mrs. F. E Denig I very sententiously. Scotch
T M l tfHitrgums C. W, Brunt left Monday night for labor, in composition, in metal,
in heart of town. Murphy. in the city Saturday and lent his valuable in ink )I snuff Bring a little of it ever so i
Cincinnati, where he will purchase a Some extensive crops are being cultivated in stereotyping(, in printing,
in shoe. laces and under number mules' to work in connectionwith ) aid in" the organization of the in the Narcoossee section, etc, a very definite sum of money. near their noses, and they'll\ sneeze .

s' ,ur at I.awxun'. s great Saving Sale Ins saw mill and turpentine till Osii-ola County I Lv, Stock Club] among which is a field of seven acres The Free Press, like every other their, lids off." +
Milwaukee liberal in "I 1 know a genius," observed Karl, -
at Narcoousee watermelons and owned by paper, is giving
John Keves employed. as head salesman planted to }
I II) G;, Wagner spent Wednesday with of its to further the cause of "who has! a better plan. He spreads ll )
The melons ofthe space
in the" store of C. W Griffin, is Fred 1 Robinson are
(fru'nils \in Hanford Edgar Katz it-tunu-d yesterday philanthropic, public and other institutions the bivalves in a circle, seats himselfin
Favorite and Tom Watson
receiving' the sympathy of his many I l Florida<
'
from a three weeks' visit with his. the center, and begins a '
I and where : spinning
lust arrived nice line of white shoes. friends upon the death of his mother, \Hjuties" and at present the vines are enterprises causes
brother Howard, at Rollo, Mo., who iRa the object is non-commercial and conducive yarn. Sometimes it's an adventurein
at (Gilbert's; llt* which occurred at Sanford Tuesday, about two feet long The owner expects
'student in the Missouri School of to public welfare.In Mexico, sometimes a marvellous
the remains being( laid to rest in the to be able to ship in car lots the
Phone 1C.8 :Mines at that city stock operation on the Exchange."
Wood, Wood Wood! return it expects only apprecia-
family lot at Winter Park on Wednesciay first week in June, but would prefer
for wood. $125: and $:!,OO per tion--appreciation of the fact that "As he proceeds, the 'natives' getinterested x
your to
stands
K A Gilbert has resgned his position to sell the entire crop as it
7t I the -one by one the gape with A
tiand is its most costly
press giving
/ of assistant city clerk, and some representative of a commissionbouse
Saturday afternoon at a: o'clock\ the in the Nar- commodity, a service so valuable that astonishment at the direful whopperswhich a
It
: of St Cloud's ceased his labors on Wednesday The melons grown
( I W. Daugherty cine ladies of the W. _C. T. U, will give a of extra fine ,the beneficiaries could not afford to are poured forth', and as they
citizens. visited our city is his intention to engage in business coossee" section are an
L inurnment reception at the Chapter Hoube ion the market buy it and without which their insti- gap my friend whips them out, pep-
of a mercantile nature.C. quality and bring highest
.
'\\1 Inesday honor of Miss Allis Robbins, a national tution, enterprise or cause could not pers 'em, and swallows them. V1,1

:Nice assortment late bands., 3 to 4 )K Barber, of Macclenny, president worker of the Home and Christian: pnc* exist, a service which is always madeat "That'll do," said Starlight, with a ) \

in wide, 10 clli. yard at C.ilbert'h 1H-1 of the Florida Live Stock Association Temperance Union. The ladies of a sacrifice to the news columns long sigh. "I wish we had a bushel M

was in the city Saturday to Kissimmee are respectfully invited to THE PASSING AWAY and at an actual expense.It of the bivalves here now; they'd open
"
Carnatiohs for "Mother's. Day assist in the organization of the Osce- attend.J. expects recognition of the fact easy. '

I.,'uve orders early Miss Jean Caldwell ola County Live Stock Club. OF J. R. GRAVES SR. that while halls\ theaters and other .
florist l\ -2pd J. irifliti.. accompanied bv J. W. public places, bill posters and all the BUT ONE LIFE TO LIVE '
A fairly good game of ball was Miller, M, D. Wilson and W. B Har- -
other services enlisted in the cause When the last hour of youth is gone, ;
Will Tisoo. a prominent farmer of played at the park on Saturday last ris, took a trip through the country THE END CAME SATURDAY AF- demand compensation with but few with its opportunities for preparation
the Ashton section was a visitor to and Kissimmee to Overlandcar
brand
between Davenport new
Wednesday in a
TERNOON AFTER A LONG exceptions, it is the newspaper that neglected and unimproved, there is
the city, Tuesday a fair-sized audience; The score was ,for the purpose of demonstratingits AND PAINFUL ILLNESS. gives its wares free for the sake of nothing that can be done to repair the
10 :to G in favor of Kissimmee.The superior qualities. The itinerary '
Beth Tison left Tuesday for a protracted the public good. harm.: Some things God gives often..

I Visit with parents at Mount presiding elder of this district, Included Ocoee, Winter Garden, Or -. .' I Yet in the vast majority of cases The seasons return again and again,

.. ""t Verde Rev. J. R, Cason, will fill tbe' pulpitat lando and Gotha.- Although the people of Kissimmee I this generous service is blissfully and the flowers change with the

the Methodist church Sunday evening The editor's family were presented have for months anticipated the deathof taken for granted and the paper's liberality months, but youth comes twice to

The regular monthly mt't'tinJof: will the and will preside at the quarterly yesterday, the first of May, with a basket J, R. Graves, Sr., they were none I abused. That which is purelya none Thus each period of life has its

Board of County CornmiHFioners: conference" Monday rooming of delicious peaches, picked from the Less grieved and shocked on Sat- favor is accepted as a matter of own closing, its last hour, in which ,

1 lie held Monday. I the grove of Sim tvhittell, at Narcoos-! urday afternoon April 26th, to learn course, and what should be requestsare work is ended, whether well\ .done or t
Or W. W. C'arson and bride returned that he had passed into the great be- couched as demands neglected. I Indeed, we the
may say
TheSkuffei just the shot for boys see, which are about as fine as were
and girls., white': and tan. at Gil- from a short honeymoon trip to ever grown They ripened unusually yond at 1 :45Mr When the courtesy has been per- I sumo of each day; its end is the clos-

U i it's. !19-It! points on the west coast They are early" this season, and will bring big Graves; came to Kissimmee formed there is rarely appreciation, ing of a definite season through whichwe
home to their friends at their ,loin Smithville Ga. about twenty- and often
at prices on the Eastern market" more dissatisfactiongenerally can never pass again. We may
II, Fleming l spent the week end a* beautiful home on Sproull avenue I I live years ago and! engaged" in the hotel silence. think of each single day as a minia-

the' guest of G!, K Kribbs. al his residcrice Rev S W. Lawkr, at erne time pas- business, which business he continued I The result in many cities has been ture life It I."omes.to us new; it foes;:
Alderman of Bassenger,
near NarcoosseeS Hendrix stated that I tor of the Mchtodist church here and I to follow until the summons 'that a price has been put upon every from us finished. 1 here are three hun-
and
here" Wednesday
was later presiding! elder of this district came to join the great throng kind of publicity, no matter what its dred and sixty-five days in a year.
S. Griffin, one of Orlando prominent his brother Clarence, had been seriously ( but now field agent bt the Southern : assembled upon the other side of the bbject-even upon the church notice. The only way to have a well finished ''

real estate men, spent several horned by a bull and had been College, ]located at Sutherland Fla, river of life" He was a soldier in the In those cities we warrant such favors year is to do well the tasks and duties -

lays here thin week taken to Fort Pierce foi treatmentJ was in the city Sunday and preachedthe Confederate" army during those days as the press bestows are properly of each day as it passes. A mar-

The I mayor of St. Cloud, lion. D. B. lIae] ami l family] left today for evening sermon at the Methodist that tried the souls of so many of our valued.-Milwaukee Free Press. red or lost day anywhere along the a

Omaha 111 church, and renewed the acquaintanceof people and to his he carried the leads loss mis-
J H I. Gill, honored our city with his their hummer home at grave years to a or even sore
Wednesday. They" will! return here in time to en- many friend. wounds that told the silent story of I We feel l sorry tor the hero who is fortune afterwards,-Fort Meade t' 4
presence on
ti-t the children at the beginning of I his bravery on many battlefields out of a job. Leader. i iBorden
C. R. Nelson while the In-
painting
Judge S. D. Uecker, the St. Cloud the fall term of Onceola High School / Mr Graves was seventy-five yearsof i

attorney, was in the city last night side of a house at Cape Breeze yesterday age at the time of his death, and [ !', '
J. M. Keene of Lakeland, vice president had the misfortune to fall froma .
e'n route home from Tampa.S. fo- more than forty years had been a j
.) of the Polk County Live Stock, scaffold, breaking a rib and other- consistent member of the Baptist [ )

R Fields, of LoughMan, th" live flub, was in the city Saturday and wise sustaining!: slight injuries. Ir church He walked in the path real',, Shoes F.

real estate hustler, was u business" was. present at the meeting when the T. M. Rivers was called" ) and administered Christians travel, showing his love I

visitor to our city Wednesday Oscpola County Live Stock Club was to his wounds and today he is for God and his fellowship\ for man
to be resting well and no : .
Miss Anne Carson i is home from organized reported by acts rather than words. For Men. .

Colorado Springs, Oo) where she News has reached the city that the complications are anticipated The funeral services were held at i I . '

has been student at college has been sent the residence on Emmet street Satur-I i
a name df Mrs. Simpson John F. Knacks and wife, of Chicago

Big Bale of art pictures at Sf>c one to the Senate for the position of post- who have spent the past three I day night at 7::30, and the following )| New Arrivals---Latest Styles I .
his taken to
remains were II |
and that the morning ,
Kissimmee .
3rd Kissimmee mistresss of months here and were located at 1\f rs.Barnes'
day! only, Saturday May : the Bartow and laid beside those of his I t fr I II
referred to
been
J.-lt! nomination had cottage, left for their former i
ts furniture Co. committee! on postoffices.A. home this week but expect to returnin I wife and daughter.Mr. I I Y ,
Graves leaves child, J. I II '
in I only one j i
For sale] one first-clasn piano the near future and make this their i
reasonable price. C Druch, an agent of the Federal I R. Graven, Jr., of this city
perfect condition, winter home. While here they made
Bureau of Animal Industry at I Gun Metal Patent Kid Tan Button : II
Church St 19 2pd ,
Mrs. Caldwell. 307 many friends who always royally entertained
ington was among the I Card of Thanka Blucher Oxfords Blucher Oxfords Oxford "
waRh'l
them. Mr. Knicks is a retired ,
The School board will meet in regular tlemen who participated in the We desire to extend our most heartfelt j 1
there
railroad: man. He thinks ,
monthly session Tuesday, when i zation of the Osceola Live ". :" thanks to the good people 6f Kis- $6.00 ;
place like Kissimrrree $6.50 $7.00
matters of importance will be disposed i in this city last Saturday. i j jH simmee who so kindly ministered to i

V I of.Come wants during the illness and I
left John M. Lee had the misfortune to our
and daughter
\ R. White ,I
line Illinois ''lose a registered Duroc Jersey male death of our father" All high tail and black
and inspect our general Wednesday for their home in I j top, Men's
hog by cholera] on Saturday last, J. R. Graves, Jr., and Family,
We here
can I
dry goods, shoes and notions. after a delightful winter spent Women's and Children's Shoes
and quality. Dil- which has just about taken all)) the Miss Nannie Ladd, I
please both in price in their handsome bungalow on
A, S. Gilbert.you 19'at lingham avenue. They )will return laugh out of him, as it will be a difficult Miss Marie Huddleston !i continue selling at 1O Per Cent off '

October.Undertaker.J. job to replace him, there being
Hiram Moody passed through the here in few its equal fo#sale. And what THE NEWSPAPER'S I

city Saturday en route from his grovein W. Thompson received made, the blow fall all the heavier on STOCK IN TRADE I I ) 1

the southern part of this county a call Wednesday morning from Mr. Lee was the fact that while his i I .

to Tampa.Dr. i near Loughman to come and preparea valuable hog was passing into hog' Advertising publicity is what a

"r his corpse for shipment to Tifton, Ga., heaven he was brewing coffee at the newspaper has to sell. It is as mucha I Button Harris Co.II"

G. E. Parker has moved and took the early train on that dayto fish fry and laughing the loudest and commodity marked with a price as .

dental parlors to St Cloud, and the I fill the summons. longest of any in all the crowd. Any- the wares in the dry goods stores
he formerly occupied over the of Comfort for the
rooms be occupied by Sheriff Kirkwood of Orange county, how, Mr. Lee is on the hunt for an- Yet thousands of citizenswho., would Feet

Osceola Dr. J .W Pharmacy, Simpson.will I II II died suddenly at his home"in Orlando; II |I I other Duroc Jersey, and says he 'wills not think of asking a merchant toy


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f AGE, 'I, .4 \ a\ .\, THE KIISSIMMEEVALLEY GAZETTE:. .
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rT 1 i" ;,. r i _- :"-\ r T1R. C. L. HYATT \
t r.-. NO' DIFFERENCE' Physician and

Hatching Out FishUnder < Surgeon .


't t4. i iwNl i ciIiflericati. Good inCountry Every a Setting. Hen The Proof, Is Item,, .Same A. Office Phones 248, 197 .Ki simmee.. ,Florida

; Everywhere. Res. .


: 1xpre S S in the .' B. M..1 51. II.>. '-" ,
ijL Ily Dr. Leonard Keone Himchberg, A. For those who seek relief front kidney 'T.M. RIVERS, M. D.

(Johns Hopkins University) . weak kidneysbladder
backache SURGEONOllice
6 ;' ." .'-.-,",- --L."...:. ___r-- : I'IlYSICIAN and
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4 r f air Or lll :l)5ifirrKl.1nejrPills-offer over O;:.cpola, Ph&rmacy
s World Out M the land whore the youngest filth* as well -us th'o condition of the relief and the proof i ill here, in.Kiflsim- 63 ,

I itH.lnR.ihU-'kcii.' budding
republic I.* 'just into 1 1- /nee..lhe-.same as. ., 00' : 148. .
with the list'e Jr8, "is niptcd"tnto! <9 jieople hll\(0'1 used l Doan's\ and
world's. in the of
the powers, land
J fresh Wat1'I'Vhil'lI has previously ICissimmce people recomnieiui Donn'!!, WINN
.r 'i; 4 u, ti Confucius, China-no longer the Chi- 'hcen heated:! hy the sun's rays.! In a the I kidney' remedy, used in Americafor i \\r' L-

ISSUED BY nese Empire! of the school hooks-the :''i-ouple of more days all of the small 'fifty yours. Why suffer? Whyrun I PHYSICIAN

i: : coolies that make their living: as fisjicrmen !, fry will l hint; hatched out,' and thereafter , the risk of dangerous kidney ills. : Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.

and breeders' of young fish* for some lime they ue *kept 1 iTI I -fatal Wright's disease Here' Kis"imnice Ii! KKHIKKNCK: lilt-Ei. : II KIBltIMMIIIII: ,
w'ay making "f rcB'irwa'irT'unTin; : ( ready Tnf. di trihu- I Op'l'IrR 1'1'''"" N---- FLOalD4.I
have discovered a simple of proof. I InvoKtigute it.

a xtr c ti S STATE BANK rocor fish spawn/ develop into tion and sale to the various aquaria j I C.V.. Campbell/ )Pillingham St., 1 I

1l ) young fish. and small learnt( of the lund. Kisimmee. Fla., says : "I have used J ) K. IJEWITT T. LIGHTSEY

They search' the brooks and small 1 The Chinese have known for I thousaiiil.s / I'loan's Kidney.: , Pills and know from OSTKOPATIIIC: ( PHYSICIAN. 'II I

streams of the wade aroundin of yeais' how l In incuhate' aiti-
of country, personal, e-vpeiieiice" that they are a .
H..i.tl"I1Phon@' !274 (
L ; the shallow waters or row about in lically not only hen's eggs, hut the remedy of merit. I got them from Ollice 'hone UK

strange craft, and take from the surface eggs! of li"h reptiles hinds and\ other the( KiMiimmoe Drug Co.. and theyrelieved Rooms :II! andI l

all the bunches of that animal.-, II I n.. therefore, Jn accord t
:" spawn me of u In me and aching back State Hank BM'-g, Kixiimmee! Fla.
1 KISSIMMEEw. with then previous history to f find ,
tae found floating th'ere.These :a.nd other symptoms\ of kidney com :

multitudes of fish eggs are 'then in tho lead. in in'el1tlllgnwtll1..t" plaint.! .1 I ) R. B. 1)). \\'II>;NENGA

then gently and without injury placed of hatching out young f I'mh. For sale by all dealers. (Price .r>0

r1 ... in the shells of hen's eggs from the As the eggs of '"h\ incuhate naturally : ',!! cents. Foster-AIilburn Co., Buffalo VKTKKINARIANSTOI :

i eiftl "of which bit of shell has been in their native .I..nll'nt-watl'r- K TREATED FOR
u :New; York sole agents for the United!
NO FUTURE FOR BOYSIN the evPrirenre; nf the Chinet.1in j, ALL DISEASES I ,
L. removed to allow the contents to he : Slats.

( van N NyYl DUZOR thrown out and then when the shell starting the process on land with the i j I,, Remember the name .lltmn'Il-lind NThhl'l'i"rj'' :>:iiC1: ORtANDO. FBA.QK. \

GLASS WORKS in filled with the roe, the end is carefully aid of u setting hen has taught them i lake! no other. Adv. ISI-'Jt! --

plugged! with absorbent cotton j to l I.e careful that sufficient water is | J. 11'.SIMPSON.

f I und'the egg shell filled with the introduced 'into hen's egg shell along Jl'ST KKKAD .

} O'J.FOJH: OF EVKICV O.EIII'SUIlEn : '. spawn if placed beneatH setting hen. with the roe. to keep the latter from, "<;i\e u.- this day our daily bread'St DKNTIST.);

a f Yteal Estate CAN BECOME After several days-the time of drying up instead "f hatching "ut | ; mean that the spirit must In
upstairs l in 1C.: air.HotH BuiJdlnj
t cotirhe, depends upon the species of i. young li-h _,_ fed:
a 1 _ _ AIM'RENTICKS. . n.v, , .- ."vv._ ,_.-_ ,._..v- .._.vvv. . ,, _.. OI" 'If' '' : I I It a. m..LolZm.
lint: thele ate those, on landed: knee, 1'30 to 5:3(1): p. m. I

one that public schools. have to contend CORPORATIONS TO Who' lift their hearts, and long to Telephone :N(i. "H\ Jun 5, lrj I
s TCISSIiHMEE( _.
FLORIDA ..71 1 hoys. let\\een 1-4 and 1'i' were with. setsomething- -

"T T"" I employed in :!:;! glass| (1II'Ioll"o'ioltl'd! lie does not 111.ltethal most boys PAY $1 A THOUSAND : !: to cat ; jii.-t hand and meat j )1 R. W. W CAKSONHKNT1ST

this winter, hy ll. II .Jones! special smoke because t they like tobacco, but Iti ,cad and mcut'"I I :

J. W. Kent of the :National, Child Labor because t thoir school fellows smoke. < ii\i 1 u- this,, day nlll! dally Mast, "
Thom-pson( ) ) ( ) I i it
J Connnittee Thirly-eirht( apprenticesh.nl It I ta social I thing with the 1 boys> and 'I (II niDsr.vri: i on (miKMIKF.: : I- I the Gad; of t the fathoih1child Office! i> cr ( 'ills'i| 's Jewelry Store'

he-ii taken tho in hy -lIIol.lI1gtl". boy thinks Office llnurs i't--I ..
FUNERAL DIRECTORand on duling year average dead' : 12.:! I. 5
\MII(I \ i I' i (OK I J \\ MM ii i inn: "
these fa( (tones and they; were, wit limit lie i.s one of the "crowd. but an "outsidei" I 11.\. tit an. th ic. a n U'ti.hd. kfee.sml . I >tic( ,phone I lf)8Kei f (
\ui I I : fii}I \u niti.i: >. 1 exception' hivs. eighteen, or nineteen I ,if lie does not smoke. Unruly 'lift, : 'hr' hoattard. !1..1. to

\ ea r* old Thi--, means! as :.Mr..Joints I I''toys. 'a" Professor, O'Shi-a) are al- .. ,. I ; H.lminiil.Tfil! for' '\ I traction' of teeth

r / 1 LICENSED EMBALMER ./ points out that for rtes} KM] ( mo.sl always addirted to the cigarette I'll, ,"Ii I, ,,, ,,h: lH i I.. ,1.--.I, Hi.S ,. -j.ii' ::1! th. \ I I..if '"i >r I li.-, meat ..".1 IC 1: i. f. I'\I "EHIt'TIST
|h under the habit and In1 declares t that | )
smokingrob.s
OppOHlt't < '."II ) I hi His.-, IM\S age of sixteen who urn ( n.il.- lull'\ ". .Isir.1 .11 ,f.ivo'abl.' >l ,ini,' ':i.lM.
piiinitted trt do night work in the pupils of their docility. I.1 Keiord '
jfla.ssfarloiies )
.. j"'a. '
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ItISSI'MMF.IO; KI.' "MM' II'., ll-pll t 'I I"III' 'III' Ho I -i'! !r Itt.! 't.
lint thanI I viand > kept, of the st mlcnts' who werei
inoie any"chanfe \1Ihin,.. I- \l, II. . .,1Ll'i
? i i\t.i( i FHif
i i.ij .d ill., Ii I i: \.i I ell II c.l I It IHie PL. .1 -\ f "SCHH.A" I'llAKMAfY

.ij of lieroiniiiK skilled woiknien, i ..t ad.lirtvd! to the smoking habit ,,1'.1"I t . I II.n.. II I I.. \ ;St.i; l'i., I,nl,f ..Hidwill ,, 'I... "'1';. e H.nir-' v .on, to 12.-OO: Noon
\nd 'in view, of the I fad that machines"" \\ hen they enteied, l.itrb' .school but
( '',J_o1t, <., t.." :a ,i-l.' I I'y bin, I ml. to fi.OO( ) I'. M.
.r' i .i u! .. continually ,r< pltrni skilled workmen A ho ariiiiieil| ,it t later, show that not
Sprigg FlemingCLEANIING ;is I It t : I .f I .el,, :. .i 1 .is n. bit Mil llii.l'I.K.SI : ( ;
in the niauufallure of Mown onl> did, these pupils become harderto .
? will I.., ttie, nn.ins.. n1' pn Mining t I !: gi Ili'I ,ni'-tii-s" ,.I| a hulls e ad'rtl..dtn r. H/ s ,IKKKK; : ( ; :
., ware th J.:aiilh' .", pin' at ion" s t lt.il I . < 1 \u ji 11becoini > .1 \v .inan to do !general' housraolk. I'll'J IIURGIIDON
\ end 1 I." justification for the employment school work also declined greatly. and in, all-'''-, gill called\, '
'.1"1'11"-' | .hllt"1: I '' ; .nidi I at a uniiiiuiii :T. -ns Hank Building
1 PRESSING of the The statement of n number of high
buys on gl'ouulthat
young;
t the Iaa- .it( thi- Lair I'.u, a mi I n farthing ing thai sht> ha.i come for the"Ale Ki''''''irnmre, FloridaI'honet
"dREPAIRING they arc learning trade srhool principals] to the effect that
r DYEING / Tilllull, , like, all otbi'i, -" farintiodueed p1,,-IIii' iii'1 Office, J97 fi4Residonre. )
:Mr. .Jon,'" found further that al- from fifty to eighty per cent of high or
the :you a gomi: cook ? asked the
P < hv Mi I Stanford.' I- in / 2fio.:
a r Umugh each employer claims that the si hunt boys are now using", cigarettes, 14-lyr
I
lady
; ,I -r- Intel., | of the proplr' . and we all
particular work for which he shows what u hold the smoking evil
l i Leave word PI m.v house and clothes uses hope that he may be successful inhdXlMLT "No.: ; 'indeed. I d..n'tnolt," wa" the
,\. o, will h.'crlfi...d uir ..nd l returned. boys can he done only by bops, thereis has gained on" them. "It is an interesting ''' 'it become a )law, reply. r. A VA*.' AKNKW w. .. CKAWPOBD"Y'ANS

f some difference in the use eof fact, says Professor O'Sh'a. "Ate, you a good! laundress" AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
.
The bill follow.A
4 Satisfaction Guaranteed "boys: in different plants. I In some "that the strongest sentiment against "I wouldn't do washm' and ironin"
;
Jfill, to be lrititledu Art
places, the small boys are used only 1 smoking has arisen in communitiesin to it's too hard the hands."
on
Amend Section lli."il! ; of t the General( ;
is
which tobacco the
for ('al'ryinand/ "warininfj-in" and 1 raising\ principal "Can' you 'weep"Nn " <)tn<-_. ;t.V*; (Itlr.niH (lank llulldlUK
Statutes of the State of I'lnnd.i the ::
older boys or men operate the molds.In industry. Tobacco men do not Kissimmee
I. :: FloridaATTOItNEYATLAW
the
was, "'lll\p answer "I'm
: : Louis Darring want in their communitiesto same heirg, iclali\e to the issue ;and
: others the "carrying-in" is done by I I boys own not strong enough -
urn and the smallest ( "hold- smoke, while] in a number> of places delivery of Irltt't putriit t.. loipi.iHtion.s H.
\ f ; says are ; "Well. sid, the. lady of the house J II.[ !UKKJKR.
i 2013 Morris Ave., Birmingham, Ala. ing moulds." in Wisconsin the records show that and the rhaiter, lax ii'tuitrd|, nfsui
iiuile evasp.-ialeil!, "1I1.1 I akhat
r Branch 'of Darrinp Bros. & Co. tnis I lessens h coipiiialitiiis.Hi' }
The report testifies further that the smoking by young boys you can d,, "

1 Ii., New Orleans La. statements made about the glass industry their mentality and makes more or It Knacted: by the l.cgislat,. nf "I dusts :
; of them. the State of I l-'loiida. came the placid reply. /Office\ State Bank Building
ni I in the Federal Report on the less dunces Many organizations ( : - .
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WaotFL'ORIDA LETTUCECELERY Condition of Woman and Child Wage- have taken an active stand Section' I. That Section, 'l.,,II nf While silence - ____ Kissiminee. Florid

Earners in the United States, in 1907- against smoking! by school children." the General Statutes of the State of n considered" a fine
Strawberries and Vegetables I : jewel for a woman it is one that is (I EO.'F'. PARKER
08, do not exaggerate the conditionsthat Florida be and the same are hereby I seldom

If prices right, will buy carlots. !; exist in Pennsylvania, except' WHY SCHOOL PHYSICIANS amended so as to read as follows: ', ', .worn. I Attornev-at-I-aw..
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I Ref, ,1st Natl. Bk., Birmingham, Ala.1 that the old 'style bottle houses forma SHOULD HE MORE Section 2C50, The )proposed charter -- .rte Collections

' City 'Bk.it Trust Co.,New Orleans, La.1213p. very small proportion of the industry THAN GOOD DOCTORS |I I accompanied by the proof of pub' ,i i'location Mat'\, ender" ,h1'11'hit1 MncHon: N f12\ '.1', I, .' Specialties and Conveyancing.

1 I ,, in that Stag .Mr. Jones re-- 6f notice shall t then IHJ produced '' !I.,,,,. s.."?f. H.irl.li.' Khmvlntr ampler Iii"- Htniiuntin Ii991J, .
Q to the (;iuvcrnoi. who shall .,. I t, C/o'/ 01 I I.. .It.. 'I'an .".I1..I"r I I Broadway.
\ie\\s the bad .ffl'd"f examine . ,
The authorities medical I I.d, , .. . .
highest
; : l1Ighl'OI'k'j on r 1. .1.Ir
; BARGA';;
]rt, FOR IMMEDIATE SALE' He quotes, by name. glass the saint. ". 'nl, J" h. ln.d. ,II t to " r '' .u 'I91: : all", I II I -- --
inspection in schools are now agreed ... ..
,
I ,
f "". ___ .dill.,ii.i it,( localities who hanot allow thaI the most skilled physician in the be in piopi'i fni,,, in, and, 01, an objectauthon.eil 'l'c ''I 1., I""ti"? tlO'''h. (.._J F. KKI1IHS

600 of this of eil IlionawIi buys, to enter. fac- bj tarn ;and that the pnposed ,
pounds
fate eight
I world will not necessarily make the barter 'I"e "r Ii.ni,., U I ..1.uila/ ..I.tlw 1 ATTOKNEY AT l.\\\ KI.-SMMMK.K..: : FLA.Kxamnijition .
iiiiifmii-
J I. 1," point body type, nearly new, J plenty] toite \\herc 'night work/ was ii'uiredbtcaue ] best health officer for a school. Of- in I the ic1 \ I II I. I I"I :t.

r q e of sorts of all kinds displaced' by installation t lhe\ kneu too \vell the ph) .st 1- I'uials/ of the :National: Education Association 1 ipjllcllll'llt-, ol I till, ,' I i .t..I! .11 ,' |1".1, | ; '", : ; i of Titles it Specialy.

i of linotype, will sell to first cal and mural I dnngcra 111\1'" 1',1., TheIporl are pointing out that it i.s laws elating to the isl ifu' pinpordlo 7 I i'i'1I. \ i.eI ,; I i Notification and payment,, of taxes of

one sending order and check at I 15c / t enuinei.ttes" six /possible, substitute not 1 the school physicianvho can trace be "r.iii.In.' I. ,antl (hat ilur noire. i I ", II. I I. 'I' ''I 2'11 21 t I I iion-rcHiilentN. given careful I
fur labor. ha.s ,been" "ii 10"1"I't'"t' -hall ., t ,,... ;attention.'
per pound. ProhajI)' uttr100 l ) boy unit 'IU..It"| sevcial the largest number of defective, children gi\ - '1 GI' \tJ I .-
+ ,t 4a-s nuuiufacturmi-, 'Issue ,tin 01' ' :''it' n l II| ''d"-, ,. h"-i. --
I ? r pounds. g i i expiessthenix'lves Ihat is the most tat uubli'),!. pni }i' n i I I i in-.I, 1 1j. 12

4j .One U'J inch Economic, cutter, III a, iletinitely'\ opposed! to it. I What i I' needed more than anything their as.sfii ,luteami. : I 1' .''. nl.i a ' j. ,.I..I, ,Ibo. 74 : 1)AT| JOHNSTON

( good condition replaced> by larger lila That I boy labor 1111,1 t neei's-saiy Isiro.d these days is a health officer who will body /politu a"d inipniaii-' , in, i.C'd| 'I I.". 1. . . .I, 2u3:; 'J AITOKNEY-AT-LAW

6hine. Will sell for $10 cash. First |', by the fact Unit all the large I lake much and: in la\\ li\ t II" am.i' t Im, i |tOl i iIh" I, .r s.75 3s:, .
I just as care in studyingthe I 10-11 I Citi/cn, Bank
1 # .,; check !gets it. glass!: !producing> , !: states except two do surroundings of school children as :> piiiposi.., and foi, ihe I "trimnamed' ,i, .. I.., ..II. t .1, I" I7 r I I Building,

t. VAJ.LEY GAZETTE:, not employ children under 1 111> at night. 'It'/ the thai til, 1k.! S. intai } of I', . . .t I I .., ,Llw, I i Kissimmee .. Florida
in sorting out the little children with .... ,--. ". .I : .
7.:1: .f. 1
i Kissimmee Kla.Whatever If the Walnut Child<1 I.ubor Hill now infectioun diseases, A really skilful] ] Slate hall :uinei',,, i In. Ih Iet1u, i pal \ . "I t, , ....r,:. '17 .I.OTIH.( (' _

pending" in Pennsylvania! !passe.s thl'l I health officer will take far more pride eat a O IM I tided/, 'ups' of I the. .ihail' 'ir le- i! : 'I. , ,.. ,,, ..II" td" I 11'': I" I I Late* .Counwl MAANKV I fr T F-II-TON Juiiur. of WARI.Ot he
sme of hi.< political i n.- Senate without amendment and l,ecome taming the oTigmal, on tile. and befoifdeliveiing .,.I t. -.h'.."I i'i'i' 7:\.. I I FI..l ]list of children in ..
long healthy .
II in a '. I.. ,. .t , ,,
inuMay say about him, there ijfrowiiiR a la','. West Virginia will have the !schools under his supervision than Hie It tim t-" patent shall , ,,,' ...II. .N.'I.'I Re. I ::13r:9: 22 si' I :\V1 I[ ASSKY & WARLOW

inipp'i'-Mon bused the ilistiiu'tion!" 1 of being' i the only state record t them and t the ch.iil.er, bonk
-.e upo'I" I in a long list of defective children, he a ;: .I.i.. I i" I I'.. i I... < ..It.1 I 7113;) II i ATTORNEYS
c.'ound i that Woodrow, Wilson I b.mself wheie boj s under Hi; Work 'in" glansfatluriesun I has. detected. kept for that puipn-f" and hall ".- SMI., >. .'ii..i, I I lust. I x' AT ANO LAW COUNSKLLOS:
,
I .
; .1 ll.if in 5N "" -,1 2.I l T.IMl
I is all the nght, shift.HI. ('(.j" fioni tin befon-, .,, .
president right.lir'mrg It is far more nnpoltant to see that loipoiatino' \ "InI I .II. ,I. .1, n3L.,1.i t''rp Si.tenn. Cou.tJo. !,f thtt "Ut. mnd of
h.'in Itdger.The -- such liehxeiy, , 'in .rl- ,htiun,' In -ucb fees. I the united eiso iN'fnre ihrt I'odds Railnuad.nnnI.oan. .
r the children have ventilation ,., , , : .
\ \11 .\<; 'IORt(1( FOR proper I' I I" .11 ( .It'llsiul. ) /li:1: sii 1 and the Inteniate Commerce
I -- -- ._,- -, during their studies that they have as anallnucd l\ I.TA a I h.oIt, ,., fri'graded :"hind I I I ilvt \ti' '! I Gmmhuwn11i11Ciiesl.ssros
Mhl\G I ; 1)1 :NF SOver ; To ,annum IIHH, KNI .1 I t":1: ::11'' I
president mayO/ over to the I plenty of light/ a large playground as fallow
lr s capitol to talk, to ,congress/ but he has 1 ninety per cent 1 of all boys I 1 a sanitary basement to play in during each one, thousamj) dollar of the rapi-: ,I 1.1 Lnr. .. I.. I.I I ..11.1 I :L'2I '12
'( ; r: not yet ventured to break into the who fail i'rainy weather, pure drinking waterin tal stock, of MII' h roipoiation' ; I'rovid- J tinh.t; < Baal.' I t"HHI Nn 4I'll j\ NIJREW: JOHNSON
in and high schools,, . .
grammar ed that . t ,1111.1111.1 IIMftfMHt'.l 1 i.l III l l si
;io sUch ( halt, , fee shall be' .
I Democratic Providence bubble fountains )because with \ .\ nnunt 'nll. I. ,1I. .
caucus.! are smokers, according to ProfessorM. I even \' < 22.: :2SI ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
r less
Journal. What's the use so long/ as V. O'Shea of the University, of I children] the individual drinking cupis than live dollars ; and prnvub'dfurther 1 I 11..1..n" ,I.. I I..I I. t..d. 5r r.f! Will Practice in all Courts

f., he sends. it word what to do and itt Wisconsin, and he further asserts. that frequently loaned-it is far more that all loiporatiotm h'reaf-I :sul To lltlKlljnt H..h..1| | .,hint.IMlA'MHAm. ,,, :00..fl :. I Ill I 71 State and Federal
docs it ? Onion. ter created by special, act of t the legislature ,. i Office\
t Times ,I the tobacco evil is the most serious important to see to all these things/ I iinl i .ii..rted I 2"t(i adjoining Broadway.

than to try to trace out a child with !shall pay nit, the late; treasury 11"1 Iur', i., i... .-..11..1.1 i 1:1:1: : sS I Citizens Bank Kis81mmeeI.

I an unusual defectivenees. I the special charter fee provided .1 1I i. ovi-:Ies'rltli'I':: .
I I in this section < 'l,-rk < 'Irrul < '"0' t.IIH4ff.lll II. JHNKIMH .. .
sick before they shall be a a WOODHAH
Picking out the children for '
to' / ( OIJIllJH \ (10'10,1,1., .
tfe's. in classes is deemed legally ,incorporated And JAMKS: l M: JOlI.NhTiiV. I' ,r llOHIIKIl !'- |It I.
i ( Gat Dir clory of Produce and Commission Houses } teaching separate not vided ; pro -- J !ENK1NS & WOOLIHAM
t going to help the normal children halfso further that no corporationshall roll IM III.U''I'IO'.

much as it will to see that their be authorized to increase its I 'I" I lid IT CO. u'r, MTATK' 011' Kl.OIIll -
1 ( %. HKt !;>'!'II JIDIII4I. C'lIt- SURVEYORS
' ' 'ORANGES Potatoes Onions surroundings are just as they shouldbe capital stock without paying to the I 1111'. OS('KOI.\ 4l'\Tt' IN
,, Cabbage Secretary of Stat the 1 II-\IC 1<:11'IIOIlC N:. Kissimmee
for the normal children will soon charter fees !Florida
APPLESand all other AKY J. HTOItY, ( i>ni |>lalnalil. \ sHtHY
r Fruits and Vegetables wanted in carlots. We get into the defective class unless provided by the foregoing schedule HTOHY. D.-f.-mian '

have the outlet and facilities to handle your shipments promptly and such conditions are changed. upon such increase, of stock. I the Jl I St'| tied(;.urliiK I In t b the> ufHilnvIt bovo-eitHtt;:: appended| | cause to \ Tlru '1'0 IIKDITOKH ,

satisfactorily. Write or 11'irrx I Therefore, the best physicians may SpctlOlThis! act shall become hat !tubs Story the defendant thereIn IN (" 'UHT OK THE COUNTY

//1'? C H. JAMES Charleston : .not be best adapted for this work, as ,.ffpl't 1up"n its passage. and approval named Florida In and a nonroiiili-nt IH ri'Hl.li'iit of of the the Ktateif Stale STATE OK FLORIDA. JUD'J

_:k ;; W V they may not have the farluty for hy, the. lioverrfor.; I of South Carolina, ow-i, 'tli.i- mgr of ONCEOI..A COUNTY.In .
twenty-one ) ""rR. It Is therefore"
1 ordered -
\ Ref: The Packer. Bradstreets and Kanawha National Bank. 6-13t ferreting out defects in conditions l that said nonresident l I.c and IH rr l'.tats: ?, Kl: "rH C'. Metehcll. d_
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hereby required to appear' to the hill eea.ed.To .
Y I surrounding the children all their the very .best results.. I Health. officers I of con' Il led I .I In Hald .' s.. on or .11
+ t beffir Monday, the 2nd .y' Creditors. L.......... l>|
v SNI1MENfliOfUCIT/ IOUA energies running to the technical of?'June. A. .truM.
9 : FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE whoso ambition is to develop a healthy U, 1913 othvrwlHe the all<-,. dons of lee. aid all l'rr.o..b.l.i| CIaJIi.a
side of it. The health officer lot of school children rather than dig I Bald Halt! bill defendantIt will !he taken as eonfeBHod by or I>rm.adii ....,...t Mid EIIt.t..1

J. W. WRIGHT & CO. 6-i3tpd Memphis, Tenn. i who makes it his duty to see that the up some obscure and rare disease are 4n further ordered. that this. order tltf d'and an". ca'h required of YOU. ar.. h.r..by, no-
school children be published once a week for four 'eonH.Tutlve : to present
are as properly cared claim. any
-- the officers needed in these. and and
days, wpekii In the Klnalmmve. Valley which you.demands .
DO YOU WANT QUICK RETURNS 1Ol..e for as to light water air and rest in every school committee in, the coun- Gazette"Niiinty ,and a newspaper SuiteThis published. In said while.lth"r 0'0' Edwin YOu. may e. Getchell have against, Ih.

f u* your next shipment of Florida Fruit and Vegetable and you the school as he would have his own try should see to it, declares the Na- 2Sth d" v of 'l prll. 1913' tale 0' O"c"ola County, Florida deceased. to the, Sundereg'd

} ? will be pleued'1 with the rcault 6atl.faotlon-I.l our "Motto." I' children cared for in his own homeis tional Education Association that I J. I. OVI' HHTlnJ:1': wllhlu Iwo years JoXPculrlx from of nald' estate
( "'rh (.ltc'lIl1' (' the date
q: v. . 205 pall SL, WM. RODE Philadelphia, Pa. the man,who is going to bring about such a physician is found. I n.; I''. Sulititur KKIIIUH.: tut. Cuuiul&iaant.. : 18-4t""" hated. April MEd 7th HtnjJA A. D. CUAMBBRC.1911. hereof

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:At ,first I was going to bead this j have not oned the fact '
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i; I article. "Hint, and,, Warnb e.' Upon I the'city hara:, little,of real advantage that :SprainsIM .j ,ED UNTIL NEXT TERM-: BUX- II S"rOCK

,; Coming To'Town" but even, as I to'offer the country girl, I have ,lIot TON. ,FOUND, MOT:GUILTY._ i .' 'rw.EIU ','..nIlMw..T. Du' Raps'
thought of the words I put them>out : dwelt' uPon' O. M Aaoltzv; of 8TM K.. St., -. ..... ,' '
the, ,common. onhapplness '.'w.WubUicton A.O.,wr>_I I.uff %... MATCHERS 'saLr man niP .
,of my, head again. For" suoh 'm!title gained through,entirely new and ; .r-d with"b.uin.t l.m fW are VMMad TOWIIIR EDOnna TAEMIiBPERKINS' '!/ '
uncongenial I J...' bold or TOut"lADA- The were
tuttf got following cases disposedof
t, sounds ,light and alr'J'M, talk today tun. roeoYtvod aRINOLIIJ.4: HllWIIIRT'IIIJtOUwE"
.surroundings, rtor Have :J Burnt and H IMM >n- o '
{f. not of that AI twi ,......... the at the; term 'of the' Circuit Court to N rw.AWMZLL$1
cter.
Ch.a a l.p
spoken of the fact that tha city ...it goes" / /
?Irh'coaed'! Saturday night: aoILERs. .. ta .ii ir' Ltai t ... un'
Today 1 am speaking almost ,entirely with all Its millions, may be the loneliest Quiets the NervesMa. '
to,my women country reader. .,and most desolate place in the .......waQ.ur,of set TYomrvena.rve .. J. C., Gibert vs W t.: Bowen, eject.. SAWDViT 'ooxVEYOf.,5LAB. CAxVETOBCGASOLrxn'nildlxES' ,; '
,,STMAM rIIIlDDa .
... .... T '
1- continued
went to next term.
And the world. ... ;: ,
burden of .
remarks is
my iA.1Ya.,1&M a : ''LATH .IL... s1'AYb 11iiLLS' i
.... S-JLUaIr Huskie vs. W. L.;, VanDu- .
a Milligan
tint
Beware of the My whole "
city's ,fascination. 1 ,prayer .to you la, Think up1gLt.o that 1 could not .' p.' A. als5TONrSAWI' ..
Think, at least twice' before you burn at least twice before you take. the Erl.eel told natotrr your. U_.lin U..n.I. cor, damages; :verdict; for,plaintiffjfor.; .4WJlIT': : ter ... ..akee'.t'' _WIIIIIA.JI'TIlWO ,
.
.1 your: bridges .and allow_.yourselves I irrevocable leap into the maelstromof *...iart.ru.w1wld..p: .. . $1619"; r 'rVLLETI 80X., ii

'be"swallowed'up by the world's. great city life. ,Guy R. Cooper 'vs. 'Southern, ., Colonization \"i I ICLTlIt 4 ....;.;......._ .e, beet -

eat city's over-run: maw, All I ask you to dons, protect yourself : SLOANS ; Co., damages; continued, by ' LOG CHA.JIt.! 'C4lW'1' HOOKS 'TONGS '
IDVIIRTTnl'rO! FOR THE 4
Every year, every day the' siren ; take care of ,yourself; satisfy i consentfor" ,term. f SAWMILL -

song, of ,the big town' maker alluring yourself;' think,. ,.demand" inquire, LINIMENT Lilly, Osborn vs. 'Southern Colonization ' A '''Wrlt.' lorPrloe. ,

music ,in ,the', ears. '.of country- prove,before' you .go.-/-Atlanta Ameri Go., $2600 damages;. continued e e ,
'bred lasses; every day'and every hour can. !"Is a good Ltntroent.; I keep It on for term e
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there are' thrills and ectasies In hand all the time. "" My daughtersprained 1
young' breasts ber wrtrt"and used your f; R..Powell roeSouthern' Colonitation I .
and pangs and '
misgivings -,
in' older mother-hearts.; THE .CL TRIP Liniment, and-it has not hurt, hersince Co.:,' $1600 damages' ;, 'continued
," till .
next term., <
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call: And of at the this"city time paved,of the with' year gold"' the TO. LOS;:ANGELES. HATCHES.of buns: 3. 'B., ,Aultman vsl: A. C.., L.Ry.., .

is most insistent and most alluring.: JU'Bell..D..l'IGo"...'N. O.-. I $2,000 damages- ;,, .continued, till- ,next H .. I' l '
: term.r .' 1's.
,Ido not want, you to think I ,am We are very glad to')be able at last 'At Au Dea1eN :r 'Kissimmee Fish ,'Co. vs. 'A<' C 'L.Ry. .. .. I .
exaggerating, or trying to dishearten'those hiM '
... who"" feel! deep within themselves to give some idea of the expense and 5e.,06.111.0.' ., $2000 damages; to' be ''tried yin 't.
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the summons to other, perhaps 26th route' International of the Florida convention delegate' to which the __610.5._..au.book......eems's1 ....; referee.special l. ,session ;;with G} F.; Kribbs,as THEH., : G. SIEVER, '

greater things. That is not my bus will be held in California, July; 9-14.; State'VL.. Ella Shields, assault withintenletocommit'murder -4- !
iness. But there is another' side to If single' person to take this
was
a. in first '
: :/ REALTY COMPANY .
the question terrible serious side.
journey;, besides the lack of fellowship : '
guilty and aentencedj to ,
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gee iu;; pay '
Now I feel sure that the city is '
enroute the 'would be '
4.
expense fine of $100 and costs or six months ;
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not worse or better than the .country.I between $200. and $250, .. is the,, estimate ; e.1 In'jail. ' Prairie Land, Orange Groves; 'High ''HawnnonCk Landa .

mean that there are just as many of those of experience. We State' Geo. Fisher and Marion 'Timbtr Lands. Lands all and :Terms
good and bad people here as else I do not know exact figures but can Imo: .Carson, .vs.conspiring' to :defraud; case .at. ,.Prices, onEasy: : ,

where. But the mere fact of thou- safely count, on but a total cost of Y
certified tar County: the charge
Court,
sands of thousands being packed about $125,from Florida, the way, we being a 'misdemeanor.. 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will ezcltanf.e half,vah. -:,

closely together means greater activity go. This includes somewhere near State'vs.. O.'W. Wood, breaking: and ,. .for other, real. eat&te =:.., ,-:- "-l i .;:- +I. .
and organisation, both for good ; '

and eviLSo and $20 for the dining car about ten State vs., Henry Savage, fraudulently Groves all'slzes *
it is that, apart from the nat- days. Also one dollar ..reelatraUon'lee changing marks and brands' Orange ,,, and prices '

ural fascination, the siren song has at the convention and entertain"ment ''
(4 cues) ; continued till next'term.State .
all the power of an orchestra compared the five days in Los Angeles, ..,-- .. 1" vs. John Buxton, altering: KISSIMMEE "v 'FLORIDA; 'I
to that of a single voice.Ever'J' 'f i :
But we would not promise that the
soon For several l years there has: mark of marked hog;not guilty.; .
day some girl
country anfount
or above includes side-trips en- '
State Ernest Madison and Hall
awakens to feel the of been no delegation "all-together" from va. . .. +
another spirit route or in the convention city. Those '
Madison and ;
breaking entering;
the Florida C. E. Union as is the
custom -
adventure moving within her. .
who are planning for a vacation this court entered nolle prosequL. -
in other states. Let be
She realizes Inwardly-or more summer should join our party. Some us
State Albert Overstreet
Vs. passing -
probably through an advertisement, societies might each send a delegate; equally wide-awake this year. check without funds to meet ill '
payment
'GRACE A. TOWNSEND. : '
or some so-called rriend-that' the or several together claim such a rep- ; not guilty.oooooeaoeq. LEITNEB'S B. INSUBIUCE 'BDEJDl
29 1913. .
Interlachen April ,
city may have great things to offer resentative. Every district could : faTtwOldMt i
her so in a flurry excitement she also plan accordingly.The < .
oeooooeee and Larrwt ImuraaM Asvnor to OwwoU County ,
leaves her town or village and rushes railroad is to be the Illinois WHY ILLNESS DURING TEETH- 0 4 'FIRE '" LIFE :ACCIDENT' HEALTH' ., ..c

into the vast, overwhelming machinery Central, and our passenger agent, 8. ING DEMANDS. A DOCTOR, 0 WHinIER '0 .1' :1_.._ '*>MOM_ ?M. F..w f ,

of city' life. C. Baird, 27 Hogan St., Jacksonville.Notify A recent, report from_Berlin, which '. .
Perhaps she is offered a position both the secretary in Inter- that of the certificates of death of 40000,09.000400.0000Whittier

as waitress, or in a shop of one sort lachen and Mr. Baird, just as soon as children three in a thousand gave is still looking forward' .,.. 4' .a .
or another, or in some mysterious you begin to make plans to go with "teething" as the cause, has given and the new railroad will soon reach '

unexplained business. the Florida delegation. Agent ,Baird rise to. several articles pointing out' Whittier.

There is' no deep consideration given will help you arrange for your ticket that teething can almost never be considered James A. O'Berry is in Kissimmee $1,500: REWARD

and no great care taken. Sheis and the secretary has interesting literature as a factor in disease Noth- attending court, as is W. R .Godwin : ,

going to "make her fortune," that here for distribution.The . Ing is more common, however,' for a and II. H..Fertic. ,
is aiL There'' is no thought of the plan is to leave Jacksonville the mother to ascribe to "teething" all W. G. McClelland has gone to his .' r f
Fifteen Hundred Dollars Reward'will be paid for
; JnformatiMa '
dire and dreadful possibilities, the evening of Monday, June 30th, on the sorts of ailments in the child, and hog, camp to gather John Padget t,a ' ", (

heart-breaks and soul-destructions, Seminole Limited. 'Both day coaches many an infant has died because 'the bunch of meat. hogs. .' ,leading I )'to,.the ,arrest_ and}conviction: ,of'fhe,party or parties:wlto'row- '

that are common.. to the everyday, life and sleeping ,cars have comfortable' parents have been satisfied to think Archa'Lamb' is attending court: at '"-, ,dered Carl. HilHard, and Raymond, Harris. of the, city. reclining chairs and the latter'an'observation that a,child ought to be ailing at:the Kissimmee. '
For the more splendid the offer of car which will make the time of getting its, first teeth., when. P.:Sellers' has moved back on his old R, 'INGRAM + : : ;

employment*may appear, the more all-day trip to Chicago pleasant and as a matter of fact, the true,reasons placemen' Bull Creek.. .'* ."*' Sherifi..Osceola. GAmty:>: v 1

prbobala it .is that the offer is bogus, instructive; for those who apply for of the child's: illness were deepseatedand Mr. James 0' Berry has Mr. P.; Sellers ;

the design miserably' bad, and the ,result upper berths.: Arriving\tin< Chicago serious.' doing:some. "'work for' :him, while" ,,;;Raymond :.

disastrous. Wednesday morning will'give opportunity i It i. u absurd, a well-known r New 'he I is attending court. '". 'r t>s 'IM ,*, <"\,. ;
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More,''than this, I am not ,permited for our party to see this, famous i York doctor: writes, to state that disease Barney Savage of Kissimmee Is now r' '., Harris '

: to say.. But. 'want_ you u to lend city before starting to Los Angeles i is:due to growing teeth .. it : at 'Basslnger' cow1,,huntingjtforwMr..,, ,

me both your. ears and 'listen. very. Thursday, June 3rd. I l is to declare' that disease comes because Mudy., C- ',' who, :was

attentively.' We. are making arrangements to of the,growing of:,the hair,or Mrs.: A. ; .' brother is ;visiting
I do not say, do not go to work in journey'with the Illinois Union on its rails. The teeth are, indeed, as is her from up'North. Mrs. Bass has'nt with .Carl i; 1'' : -

the city, I do not!, _say that misery through special train of Christian En- well known,' not parts of the bony Seen her brother in forty years. He r 10 i

must needs be your lot. But I 'do deavorers. Having had such fellowship structure, but take their origin\ as is going back North this coming week. '.Hilliard, 4>, ' }. , ; .

say that unless you think twice, and two years'ago with the Washington ridges of hardened skin. They are Mr.-(). R. Bass is shearing his sheep 'I
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deeply, you lay yourself open to ,ut- D. C., delegatlort enroute to Atlantic not closely ii'cied to important phisl6logical now at Alligator Bluff. ,He has' Mr.' when ,murdered -. t.l.:!. .:& :i 'it\t";:1"

ter unhappiness.It City, this seems now to be one organs and cannot be given Gussie Bass and Grant Bass and Rudy but ::@ 'P\.i! } .),

is so simple to assure yourself of the happiest feature. of our going the blame for many of the childish- illnesses Bass and Lent Stephens. working. for :

that everything is all right. It is per- to the far West of which they have been ac him.Mr. .YwhosebodyY; :f

fectly easy to inquire, to obtain!), references There are to be three stops enroute cused. Even convulsion., so often de- JIm Carson of Jacksonville is t

to satisfy yourself fully and and at each place plans have" been clared to be the result of teething, are visiting James' '"O'Berry.. I w.( ..has. .near I j ',;' E. $ -' j ,
thoroughly that the offer of employ- made for side-trips to be made by now known to be due ,to profounder Joe Storey is driving Julian.Monts-; t .
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been >
ment is altogether genuine. And : those who wish additional pleasure; changes which a>fe taking place in the doca'. team;' .hauling' oranges from "I' re"I ,' : .*, .- "}.j

surely it,is easy for :you to see that namely at Denver, 'Colorado; Salt organism of the child at the same the Henry'Savage place on'Bull crock :' Bovered.( y t d. .' ": . .- .I . "_,4w 1 '
the more difficulty, ;you have in ob Lake City and the wonderful Colo- time that the dention process is continuing to Turkey Hammock. : -

taming the necessary information, the rado Springs, the latter place in' the William,Fertic hun' quite got done >
more suspicious you should be of, Pike's Peak region, is where Sunday There are several forms of skin! building the hard shell church house,**'" TI I

those who withheld it from you. forenoon will be spent worshipping brtipUon! ( different from the various Sol Padgett'is'' leaving Whittier going ., 1' ,
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Well! And if it Is all so simple, i iI among the clouds. Along one part furmr of rash seen. in the infectious to St. Cloud, but will return 1 soon. .- '

I do your "thinking twice" before you of the route there 'are'torty-three tunnels diseases which are frequently,. ascribed Miss May Padgett 'was in towel' '. .... .' '. '. ..
.decide. and we will pass over the salt to teething processes, but a careful Monday., Miss Deal. Laws gpis still

beds in the Great Salt Lake Desert study shows that these are due to tissue boarding at John Bal den'. and helping'to := ' I.

Basin.' There will be a ride through changes in the usual processes of attend to the postoffiee: CONSOLIDATEDTITLE.CO.

a beautiful part of California before growth so that it is actually true that Mrs. Hattie Godwin paid a visit'to '

Desirable Ten Los Angeles .is reached )in the after- the child "grows out of them." They Mrs., Julia McClellan' last Sunday.

noon of July 9th. are, however, no' relation to teething R, Young is not doing much In the

The Christian Endeavor World has other than that they occur at the same grocery. line but has built''an additionto .
time. of the evidences of his store house and in stock -- j
the convention also Qne the put a .
told much about ,
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and Twenty given a provisional program, but'we facttha\; \ .the teeth' are'no longer regarded ofdry goods. fj a" MAKES ABSTRACTS AND :GUARANTu3T1nES "

might add here ,that ,the Illinois ho- as. the seat of many infantile Mr. Frank. 'M. Edris Bass passed . ; ', . i

tel has been selected by the transportation disorders is that the old practice of through here today going' to Kissimmee. (** Special attention given', Sub-Division; :and: Colonization I '* \
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APropoiltions.
officials '..: will ''be:the'plans lancing the gums of a teething child ., Hf' "
Acre Tracts when it: aufferine'from . Godwin and wife Miss ., .
for other delegations,;meals. will be was some internal \W, R. Elyia : .' '4 .. .....
obtained at .a restaurant also chosen I disorder l largely has been given Underhi"' 'f'and :Mnt' *: 'Julia,.. ..;'McClellandare '" Offices in Osceola, DeSete alit,Lee' ,Ceaaties, !' i
for' the Illinois, 'people and, their up because ,it was' found that i It' did berry pl klnJ'. ; ; :

For Trucking and Fruit Crow friends.. not, have ,any definite'.result.. The 'Mr.'c.. C.:Arnold has,bought a planer - Our,_Abstracts_ are..the" Most Complete! .,te,be Obtained, ;

ing. Our land,extends ,from The special ''train returns a longer, real danger ,the 'superstition lies in forhis: saWi, mill, but"has' 'hot done' ,F.\., o ". I: : ,*
the fact that many times; a'' baby much sawing as yet. ,.w ., ::000000.+, .,' ,,. , iI' t
expensive route by: ,Canada, so,,. :we, | ,, .. '. ." .. ?: 1 '
dty: limits nearly, to Orlando. life would be spareU if doctor Mr ; McClelland. le doing ?r" .. " I. : .
like many others from Illinois and a ",were' : : .;_ a ..good "t". ...1.." "It' \ ,
:called in to examine child f''im business i t'e linejnow./" ''OFFICERS '. :
A "
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grocery, '
SO back
Only $ per acre. other'unions,.,will come a more i ,: :
direct route either by St. Louis or tome which some too-confident: beleb; Wesley Harvey is putting up "a.dry >''\ '\, .' .' -
Terms' $2 per acre cash and 12 Chicago. We are now corresponding bor.declares to be "just teething,,my goods ,store'out in ,the Harvey,settlement P., 'A., VANS' 'A NEwo President, :

per' acre monthly.. transportation;' 'managers of the dear; ,,my.little. ,John; _was often #just *and :has I 'gone;to'St, 'Cloud. for' .: LEWIS', 'BRYAN, .. ,VicePre.IdcntW.B.'CRAWFORD: s
that,way I"; 41 his'.supply/of goods.:.
Missouri Ohio, Alabama, Georgia, as
WRITE FOlV BOOKLET "m' Airy Leei"Bass:: tijnaktng ;Treas.J l *\
Secy
wells Illinois unions 'as to a'route >, -, ; success; '
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which will bring'the.Florida delegates -NEV'EVJDENCE; \ of; t the! dr''gods: business.1 '.* ,}I ., vje'v < yr
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', "Why do want mew' trial?" O.' C.. ; '. .040.r
through;other :scenes than those of you .'& :. ,; .. '. "- i iDiiectort
: "On the: of newly discovered ==e ; ,\ 1
McKOY the outward trip and also give us delightfully grounds :-, -, / ," r
< congenial Companions evidence, your Honor. ,' in Osceola.l DeSoto and Lee: Counties,. -\ $

s Watch for particulars: in, the( press department'of '.!"WJ at's the nature CJf It'", "If >, :Noel. =Sixty.I =Sip .". . ?' ''' ,1\ ,.." . , : .

this paper.Tbe'Illinoie'hain "*" "My. client dug up. $400, X. .'didn't, .. .. ,
This prescription e.ped.y "
!I. prepared ,
.Land ,Companjr know he had"Aeut'one a j
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1 : can. take buts .. .. :M :,' tot' MALARIA or CHILLS e\ FCVER
\ Mach :Building- /limited ',number.. ,: We. .would urever'J' hundredout of Fire or six doves will break any case, and F LEWIS O'BRYANt KlssivBiee, General Haaafer.
one' thinking of going with us) ideal very U taken.;fben as a tool. (be Fever wig 1 not ,
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nine husbands, . ,
h" : : are ,due .
return. ..It acts, the liver, bettei; then --
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1 ,' :I ; t 1! SURE. REMEDY': PRESENTMtNr; OF' 2111; CIRCUIT: .FLORIDA.COVftT. -- ------'S. 1, u I e r"J"'S'

'rHS''u .EVEN't'iii JUDICIAL

.Manhattan iA FOR LAZY LIVER: THE: GRAND JURY, I. the CHOL.A.: Hatter COUNTY.( Ski,nt* BOOKS, ON FLORIDA PRODUCTS n',

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Hotel'tentlon;\ Go to Klanlmmee. Drug, Co., for this' TO TilE'' SPRING-TERM OF THE: THE HAND STATE Residence OF1" ; GOOD FRUIT r :'/

n.mec'ald' BRI WOMAN. E3. J. ', I 1
Safe; Reliable Get CIRCUIT COURT WHICH MISS 'SIDNEY Lu I and why's of .
; of the how'i I.citrus I.
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to PIttiburK., Pa.; MISS! full discussion I:
J'I I ( Your Money Back if it Fall ADJOURNED SATURDAY. BRINUMAW of East Free.ACIP ( ", ,
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Traveling Public/ culture I in -
;, Ohio!>> and ELIZABETH:
y ., MANWIDOW l of ] ,
Just tseroM tile trout and th. following SOILS"
' square 'There are 've/r/ y, few, remedies that In Circuit Court,','1th Judicial Circuit, L. Crawford, Grace !
'q, ; A'. C, L'Depot H. Crawford Park D. .
; grain the confidence of druggists a* Osceola,. Florida, Spring Term, Plttaburg Pa and .

I ,KISSIMMEE, FLA. : Dodgrfn'a l.lve.-. does.: Kigglm- 1913:? / -.- 'Gf-E..tPallutlne at law of JO8KPH able presentment' OtIS. vexing .question : . __,___'_ :. I

.....:l", .. : men Drug.Co. sells it and backs up the To the Honorable James W. Perkins, CEASED and all other. Free. ,
., and remedy.
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tre td. cause
sale 'of bottle with the
every money Judge of the above Court: ,
:..." ........ ... ....OOfOI You and each of you are
l' back guarantee that ,the'price will be The Grand Jury in addition to the I tided that "OfA.t '

I) refunded if it fails to give complete special presentment heretofore rendered mlnlatrator *, has Estate TO SUCCESS
; IS MUCH easier Brlng-mar, deceased ,
/T satisfaction. beg leave to make this theirgeneral COURT by petition this

I r '' ,, to 'get from' our 'Dodaon'i Liver Tone' coats 50"cents presentment concerning'-such I land order*.lying to sell and the b..lnlf.tn l principles of- soil management' specially ,

; Bakery just what you a bottle. It is the safest and beat matters and things. as we'deem necessary Lot ceola numbered County, State..of ) : applied to Florida-conditions.' Clolli bound - - -

; remedy for torpid liver, constipation, and proper. Twenty-three! (IS) of ,
I; want for Sunday dinner One Hundred Seventy (170) I 50 cents: paper cover 25 cer ls
biliousness etc., that has ever been 1. We have carefully consideredall Inole Land and ...

than ,to bake at sold in this city. It takes the place of matters brought before us and I Survey of the Town of St. i
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ida, ai shown by the FERIII.IZER: CO.
,\.. home 'these dangerous calomel and does not lay have found such indictments wherewe I the Bald Town filed In h : & TOOMER I' ,
w a r tit
the Clerk of the Circuit
: you up as a dose of calomel often does.A deem the evidence authorized it,, County and State on the MunufHCttirrrHofIDEAL f i
Y days SERVER THE HESTI bottle in the house is good August A. D. llOt, .and
as as and we have found no bill in matters I ; FERTILIZERS
Plat Book SS
: fifty cents in the bank. If you or where in our judgment the evidencedid purpose of paying debt : FLA.

; : your family need a liver tonic, you not support such action.In tlon, to be Bold at private JACKSONVILLE,
'
Rs q t I THE HOME BAKERY You are hereby cited to
have the medicine ready. If it fails all this we have acted to the pear COURTtHOUSE Agent Waters & Carson Grocerv Co.

: you get your money back best of at the IN .
J. H. our judgment. CITY. FLORIDA on
REED .. Prop. or I
{: ,' : He sure you get Dodson's Liver The Grand Jury call special atten- day of May A. D. Hit. to

: Tone when yon\ ask for it. There are tion to the following matters of pub- If be any granted why a*said prayed.Petition ,

S" 4' 1I imitations of it that may disappointyou. lic interest to the County at large. It U further ordered -
tion be published In the
I If want J// Adv. 19-11 First: Roads and BridgesWe Valley Qavette, a ... \ -- 4
you a In the Bald County for
recommend that the County Five (S) week from the
GOD ItOADS IN MICHIGAN
BARGAIN Commissioners extend ,the Pleasant Witness my hand and
.
"There shall be no Alps" said Napoleon this 2nd day of April A.
\Hill road south to the line and '
county Oaoeola\
ORANGE GROVE at the hight of his military keep the Reedy Creek bridge in proper of Klsilmmee Florida.J. City, S. FLOYD

career and today a wonderful moun- L. OVBRSTREBJT
.
repair, as it is at present in! a dan-
ot land to grow tain road, one of the greatest engi- CLERK
gerous condition, and liable to cause (Seal)
neering feats of al Rimes, stands as Iowa by damage suits to the county. By JAMES M. JOHNSTON,
I Oranges and evidence of how his engineers
gave We also recommend that the rightof
expression to his important demands.The NOTICE!
way be widened wherever there isa Notice Is hereby given
qrapefruitsee Michigan State Legislature Stephens), as freight agent GrocerGet
low
,J. place where necessary. so as to
stands the modern lantic Coast Line Railroad
:F today as Napoleon.This
BUCKELS: be able to get dirt off the right of way, corporation will on the
law-making body now has before day May, 111. at 10 '
and not from is h'.f: :
private
''S. property, as at warehouse of the '
it a measure which not only done at uresent. Line Railroad Company In

equals but overshadows the task of Kissimmee Fla.. sell at
-- price
our on
We also recommend that the road the following goods,
the "Little Corporal" when the lattel"s chandise, which hare :: : : :: ;
between Canoe Creek and Whittier I
LOUIS A, SEARSON unclaimed In the possession I
ambition drove him to
a cam- be worked at once, as it is at presentin I lantic ro".t: Line I I GRAIN FEED
paign of world-conquering. The Michigan In the Kissimmee ,
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT a bad condition space of more than ninety
Legislature proposes to spend Second. We have found the books to the first publication of : which we make a specialty
AUDITOR several millions of dollars and to-wlt.:
years and public records all in good con- Two car loads of crushed
hu.buildof pounds more or less, .
:
dition. WarlnK. from Buihnell,
Connercial kid Accounting
Municipal
t time in overcoming what now con- Third We have found the schoolsall sixth day of September 1.
stitute the Alps] of that state by Waring AS consignee at
Incorporated Accountant of the in good condition and well attended. "'Ia.
building what will be the finest Three car loads of
r International Accountants sys- pounds, more or less, I I I I I I 1111 II III IIII I 14444 41 I I I I I I i I t
tem of trunk highways in any state WariK. from Buihnell,
Fourth. We recommend that the .
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Society Detroit. J A CKANFOIIllVirr I I I'l'l-hll
,
sixteenth of 1
of the Union. day Sept.
---- Commissioners, have placed a closet Waring as consignee at .I'r'I Hhl.nl' aerr..tery

f. I la 171IIUIIIIIEE Isis OfflcrILUIIDHU. : The good roads bill, now under con- and lavatory in the jury room, and Fla One hundred and -

p y FU. .I C sideration by bo'h houses of the Michigan that hooks be placed in the Grand cement 11490 pounds' :
R L>. Waring,
nipper
Legislature for i unproved
provides Jury room for hanging hats and coats Fla, on the twenty-ninth
highways extending entirely gust, 1912, to R. D. : / LUMBER CO.
and that fountain
upon a self-cleaning signee. at Klsalmmee, Fla. ,
i ii isin ; 'f-- ii..L.1 rections. It promises to be the big- weight 60000 pound more
M. court House. shipper unknown from
gest campaign of road building ever the- on the twenty-sixth day
We have
found County jail in 11111. to R D. Waring a* oCt Rough and Dressed -...
I undertaken in
Real Estate a single common- good sanitary condition.We Kissimmee Fla.
Agency.a1.MNaN.NNaeaa.NNN.M. I wealth and the vast stretches, of almost One concrete mixer,
recommend that several ad- cluding engine. and boiler
p impossible mud and sand will ditional electric lights be in cessary fixture' weight :
placed :
= more or less, shipper R S 1
%' S Realty bought and sold. } soon be of the: past the jail. V from BushnelL Fla., on th LUMBER
The bill for second day of August, f
provides highways extending Il"o
Houses rented. I The outside closets are in good Con- Waring a* consignee at

I _'Taxes paid and Titles verified from end to end of Mismigaq's dition. Fla.:, for the purpose* of II
warehouse and other c
'I for non-residents. lower peninsula, from east to west, The school building' in good repair. have accrued; against these

t Fire,.Ufa and Accident In- .J from south to north from southeastto We recommend that a test be madeof Freight M. B Agent' A. t BILLS A SPECIALTY
northwest and from southwest to I.
18-6t
sura/ice, the fire hose at the school building :
s northeast, besides several branches in :
Indemnity. Bonds. w fn Kissimmee and that the fire depart- NOTICE
other directions. The is ) TO I , I 'I ,
undertaking .
:._ ment of Kissimmee make sure if thereis IB Caarl .f the Ce..ty .... M 1111114-
and Vlarlda. Oseela ..
stupenduous
.: a one speaks very
sufficient water supply for
protec- In re Estate of R. LOHR.
highly of the progressive policies of T. all CrcaMtar Let HIM MM
tion of the school
41 building.
.( Michigan motoristswho tec a.aa\\ all _...... _vl.
Only
people., by
We further recommend the' installation desaaaida acalMt said lea.
i ,;, DR WM HARPERr.OSTE'OPATH. have sought in vain to benefit by You and each of you. are .
of two more self-cleansing '
used and required to
: the superior natural advantages of the claim ,and demand ...
: drinking fountains on each floor of the

__lwt. r9 t] >i..r. i.i..i.f''n. | .' -.V i r-n_ ., .iar.. STv ,:! Wolverine state: will the importanceof school building., ' either estate of of R.you LOHR., may' 'hay... CITRUS TREES I
*iSTECIALIST the plan be for Mich-
t appreciated; Oaoeola County Florida- to
S' IN We find the city jail in very unsafe signed Administrator of *
have been :
igan highways
p'y long regarded :
and unsanitary condition and within one year from the
reccom-
CHRONIC DISEASES bloom
*: as the one barrier which prevents a Dated this SSd day of you want to hold it. The best way to hold'
mend and in better location
jail
a new a 191
well
stream of thousands of visitors your trees fed-that they have
CONSUL. *TI N EXAMINATION FREE summer WILLIAM: may strength
ANDREW JOHNSON, to keep flourishing. '
-. to the beautiful resorts and lakes
1 1' We recommend that the City Council Attorney
j KISSiMMEE.FLA. the state .
S ; t ,1r1lEIDAYa.THUaOA.'A.TUfTDA Vlt possesses.The require all public buildings to be Citrus Trees have
I I Ev/ policy of the state in the pro- not
Off CC., CENTRAL HOTEL equipped with double exit doors,

---..-.- posed bill is extremely liberal. Any which will open outwardly, and that 40,000 CHILDREN:
county that builds two or more milesof satisfactory bloom
PHONE tee OftlANOO.fLA there should be at least two exit doorsto
road according to state specifications all COTTON ; you to build
public buildings.We up your grove for the future crops.
will be entitled to double the
the Grand Jury beg leave to is essential. .
usual award given for such work' In
extend to the the State Attor-
Judge,
cases where three or more miles are event you want fertilirer of highest grade-from
4 S. II. BULLOCK ney, the Sheriff and to' all the court NATIONAL CHILD and
if'' ; built the state will, besides paying the officers a. vote of thanks for all the MITTEE QUOTES THE honestly made. That is what we offer in the
award
regular meet half th ecost of
courtesies 'extended us during this
erecting bridges and culverts. State CENSUS
session of the Grand Jury and for all WRITE FOR BOOKLET
,REAL ESTATEINSURANCE reward roads now in existence will be
the assistance that they have rendered -
f --.-.-........... entitled to half the original award if us.in the J. M.
discharge of our duties LEE
kept in good'repair and if widened or One in ten of all the Anent
as Grand Jurymen. We especiallywioh
employed in the &
resurfaced will receive a reward which
.
to extend to the retiring State ton Is under 16 of fERTILIZER
will bring the\ amount to double the ;years COMPANY
Attorney John C. Jones, the appreciation .
titles ing to the Bulletin of
S examination of a original award. All roads are to be JACKSONVILLE e
we feel for the able and fearless just Issued by the FLORIDA
regularly inspected by the State Highway -
in which he his
Specialty. Commissioner. manner discharged The National Child labor

Every other state should profit by duties_ as State Attorney. points out that the textile . . - . . .

,...'"CorrasDondence Solicited. the example set by Michigan, not only are still the largest - -
WHY HE ORDERED IT children In factories, for. 11 n n M t
-1f.1" I(I because good roads favor the motor-
\ ist, but because improved highwaysmake Freshman-Thought you said the based on the, Census of Covers and Vaults

for greatest degree of prosperity coffee was rotten at this club. What 40,221 employed: in the a Specialty J

did you order it for of cotton goods; 11,111 in
for every citizen and lower the cost \V1I1TJ3
Soph-Oh, I use it in fountainpen. BRONZE
my knitting mills, 9,942 in
of living. Farmers living on or near T
C.W.GRIF1FINStaple an improved highway can haul larger felt industry and 8,143 Is the most enduring monument *

loads of produce to market at less expense Ii there platonic loves tories. The Bulletin made. Will not get
were more moss-grown T
035 workers under 18
and ,
FancyGROCERIES
and naturally the consumer gets there would be less trouble.It crack
5, I or crumble. Is
5 ning and preserving and more artistic
i fresher and better foodstuffs at a 4
takes than want ad to .
more a """ and
it lower cost. tered among seventy-seven less expensive.
- ; restore lost confidence., ufacturing industries.The > / u _

t Write me and I will call.
-- largest percentages I
We, the undersigned to close
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our places of business except Saturdays CAN YOU ASK MORE? workers under 16 are BOX ,152 KISSIMMEE, FLA.

1 Free Delivery to all Parts and Mondays at 8 o'clock p.,, m., South Atlantic states and ; . . . . . . . . .
the in Rhode
, oO6e City from April lilt to Nov 1st, 1913. Massachusetts.next largest - --- -
It should be
Water &: Carson Grocery Co.
rH Dann & Dann.C. You Risk No Monty and It Is Free If these figures .do not 1 t \

W. Griffin. We are no It po Falls..ltlT. that 'Taylor' chi\\ -employing LAWNMOWERS

u ;v 8 4 4Mf+1t i l 4i It+n iN+ D. H. Riggan. But Blood Medicine will Cure rhvuma- mercantile establishments, a
.q't tlcm no matter how ba4 It may be. service home-workers
,
G. M. Taylor.D that w* agree to furnish th. medicine .
it R. Blenis' Co free If It should fall to do th* work.It trading..'
CRAYSTONE Is absolute folly' for you to ezpot Sharpened
R. S. Floyd. and
to be able to do roar work with those Repaired
J. :M. :Yates. / harp shooting pains through your I HIGH ENOUGH
e head and back, or when your test ache '
'In. aft ng ftit Ordta Bass. "Oh Jack: I must have
and_throb all day long.Corn. : BY
-.,..........' I IL IS to 'our store to-day and cta for Muriel's.party.? ,

_ \ &60 to&.60 .rdAy. ? Lots of people)) who would :u..'a bottle and it will cost you nothing "D ess,;dress-nothing I "
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fi Bp. Mby, week or month.%1 battering ram,,to1 i '(/get into'society "If It d*"* not'tb.do' bottl tAB work. ,, Haven't''youia, : mind for ; SUPPLY f fr

S ) & v mini, rryl.' to AMlfar wouldn't takethe .effort to lift"\the I 'Tour own'drnialt roommna add higher than dress T"HlgherT. COMPANY \

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I' I[_Mind Your Own Business, 'I!Bronchitisor "BLAME THE MAN h


NOT THE WOMANSAYS
,
AsthmaBirch '
ideals ,
Utopian of living will be vision c {
; by keeping his own backyard FOR f
closely approached when
everybody clean; by seeing that the surround

minds meant;his in own the ,negative business sense This'is which not do ings not and become premises the that source he controls or the, Mountain'Herb'TeaHas THE REV PARKHURST' 4i


suggests that every man shall refrain mean''of spreading disease over the no Equal. Nothing .'I T'

from meddling; In other people's af.' fence to his Wighbor; by keeping I HE BARS,", WAY WHEN SHE
fairs, but the h Just as, Good.
*
meaning that each -
man himself and his family} in healthful WOULD TURN FROM WRONG,
shall perform all the duties that belong surroundings and,in alth.
:good
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to ,him as a citizen and as part Second j. Better than any ready-made medicines I DECLARES' THIS MINIS SALE

of the community in which Tie.lives. watchfulness, by exercising a careful It is purer and guaranteed'more TER WRITER.

No man can live utterly to himself, to over the conditions relating effective than anything I ,

unless it be as a hermit In the cleanliness in the street known' to the medical profession. .
waste
and in the neighbor's premises.that "At no time in history," said Rev
places; of earth No man has the Made>at home in five minuteseven --I ,
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right, legal or moral, to be a menaceto I surround J;his, own; and by promptly by a child. Purely vegetableand ITr Charles II. Tarkhurst, discussingthe 2400 acres good land. 6-room house 7 acres grove, convenient to
,
his fellow if it* can be avoided reporting to the proper authorities contains no alcohol narcoticsor world-wide movement which is school and church. $40 per Acre, easy terms.

through any effort of his own. He ] any unsanitary conditions. Broken poison. If you are a sufferer typified in the movement to purge the No. 99. 57 acres one block from Ry. station, 5 acres bearing

performs his duty according to his I or stopped sewers, standing water, form Asthma, New York police department, "has orange grove and 5 acres young grapefruit grove, just the place for commercial
there
| decayed vegetation or garbage are I been such a period of intense
best information. He seeks inform- Bronchitis or in grove, with school and church privileges. $6000. Favorable.
menaces to health, 'activity of mind as now. '
ation when he is in doubt. No man x tact any throat, terms of payment. ,
Dr.
Parkhurst ascribed this
ethical
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has the, right to be sick if his own Unfortunately, a large percentageof lung, stomach, : SUBURBAN HOME

efforts will keephim in health. It isis the residents of any community kidney or blad- I from movement the as largely resulting 50 acres young grove with cottage and 2 large lots adjoining
of
duty to himself, his family and his are ignorant or careless of proptSr der trouble, get who awakening: womankind grove jusf the place for delightful home. $3300. Easy terms. '

highest point, of efficiency The right- sanitary conditions. If all were alert yourself a can I are seeking to vindicate their Fine 1000-acre farm, excellent Ry. and market, school and church

minded man always plays the I and conscientious, health boards of Birch Mountain own BCX. Commenting; upon the unusual advantages. 50 acres orange grove, 10-room residence, tenant houses,
game
would J bo necessary only as advisersand \\1* B -. Herb Tea I feature of co-operation which etc. $60,000 favorable of Full interested
fair, and he can't play it that I terms payment. particulars to
way I the women of the underworld are offering ;
c'ducatorx! Therefore the intelligent C
and
if he is and continues to be at once if parties.
dangerous! :
to the peace, health and general welfare ,i Citizen must become in large !I II you will start to / to District Attorney Whitmanand No. 303. Lakeside farm and grove. 127 acres adjoining Lake

of his neighbors. If his conscience I measure his brother's keeper, and the I taking it regularly, you will begin York the and Wagner the O'Hara committee commission in New in Tohopekaliga and extending to the county road. About 7 acres bearing *

is in good working order, he I word "must" implies a duty that .he I to feel as if life was worth living Illinois, he said orange grove, 50 acres fine hammock 3 flowing wells 6-room

will see that he is not an undesirable I owes to himself and the community. and in a very short time you will : these unfortunate house stables J fine trucking land. About 3 miles from city limits.

t itizen If it is not, the laws may be his line, responsibility. is in proportion to I see a wonderful change in your : women"Undoubtedly see in the movement, now gol ,- Price $100 per acre, very easy terms.

invoked for intelligence.I condition. It Just effective in I
the protection of his as forward COLONIZATION
ling an opportunity to SMALL PROPERTY
good! citizen will keep his own I of Catarrh La l escape
neighbors severe cases I Grippe, I from the life which they are leading. About 1000 acres good land beginning 1-4 mile from city limitsof
The best home in the best sanitary condition Cough Colds Coughs
guarantee of the healthfulness I Whooping [ It is a fact, I am convinced, that the Kissimmee no part of tract further than 2'/2'! miles from Ry. station.
and-he will maintain in like conditionall and Night-Sweats. Our
of a city or State is in theprevention guarantee woman in the Tenderloin Three houses land fifteen and other 5
average on acres bearing grove improvements. -
property that he owns He will with and if it does
of disease, not in its cure I goes every can I' hates her calling, hates herself and Land all practically level. Part of this land when grove it
this condition of healthfulness st ito it that his rented houses are not benefit you, your druggist will 'I
cannot I craves an opportunity to get QUl of would be cheap at $1000 per acre. Entire tract $40 per acre on
he kept in healthful repair, either at his refund you .
maintained if the individual your money. I II '-It. The fact must be faced_ that (He terms.

citizen fails to do his duty. There own expense or that of his tenant. I BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., predominant viciousness is in the

)is much: need for the awakening of The laws of Chicago relieve the ten- Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A. male, not in the female It is the NELSON REALTY COMPANY '
the individual conscience ant from the payment of rental for ,
sanitary ( male who keeps the female in bondage
among the people of Fldrida the building the occupancy of which Sold by KiKsimme l>rug roo Ki simmec She is always willing to escape-, I Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA. t

,is detrimental to the thealth. If necessary Florida.
With its splendid climate which ..
but the male bars the way. I
are not made promptly ---
favors more than that of any other pairs "We want to Ret out," I have heard .
the health authorities order that HOW \\K MAY -
State an out-door life through all the I
these women say, "but we don't know .'
the property be- vacated I "'\SIK" ELETIUnTY: I
1'Ioridu'n sick rat should be the
year I how. We can't live on the wages' we

smallest In the-United :States There The I pint i of health is an eternal I get in ordinary occupations, and then Distance

arc no accurate mrans of knowing light against filth. No board chargedwith In nine forms den dt\' is invisible besides, whene are trying to live : AdvertisingLong.. 296
i l while in others it ma'y be- seen.I'he .
I
what this ate or the death late is in healthfulness of a city or a honest 11\(.s along comes the man."
light Hush and the eUitrup.uk
L'Onll'lIr1"onIth those of other State van he omnipotent or omms' lung I '
sections 'In these I < IK'iimstanct's it is not a
for in only eighteen' states are swat. It mutt instruct and warn the are easel,)y t CM. but l. the. iiiruntilMlf m.itU'i, for wonder, that when such an : is saying the right thing
iialllnMnl'li the
to
thelllll, statist! v Ilioldcd, 1 with, suftieienl (public, .nid take, ul'tinwa'ures Is eye oppoitumtj' is presented, us in the ,

leliabilitv to l h<. anepU-cl 1 l 10)> against the had londitions that it 1'lu I ) sense of tiding inn iliUit thtpicscim ' present, movement these women at the right timein
of the imMtriouclement, ,
the United Suites ( 'i-nsus Bureau knows in disc'OM.IX through its auIboiiecl eagerly offer to opeiate with those
and I lornl lll I .g..t".. but to .secure the and the sense of IK. in'mjr inu> t is not one' of the eightunHut who HI < nd<'a\oring to find a "olut -
It, the of smell has been
in mum mutts of I lorida both lust I suits it must have the hearty si use" ,;, i fin the pioblem Three prime I --
Known to locate the )presence>i of tho i We make of
rates are higher than.. I they should! IK' cooperation of every good citizen. I causes ate expansible I for the social a specialty planning preparing
wonderful powci, lout It has just recently literature and conducting campaigns for .,
Thin is \proved! li\ tinfact that in And this cooperation of necessity I.\ il licentiousness insufficiency of Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities -
hocu l <|II ISK>%"<'11 those cities and l towns where the must In. voluntary : wages paid to woman and the female I and Individuals.CLENNREACIN .
(.It'd trunity.1letals .
health uuthorilit have the active cooperation The 1 public health .is the biggest asset passion for finery. These are the de i ,
I ; of an opjiositt nature will,
of the municipal hoards and! of the slate \Disease) in epidemicform I mints which must be combattecl in
when pio|>iilconnectr of individual citizens, the percentages IH u greater I disaster thuii fireor then order hy those who seek the ADVERTISERS
.
small current of electricity and this
of disease and death to the population flood, and it ill disastrous in pro- way out."
inabe 1 tasted l"y taking a piece of
dimihish strikingly and legularly pn ton to i UN, spread through the !Jr. I'arkhurst at the sumac time set
bright, clean tin about the sue of a TAMPA FLORIDA
Ample illustration t of this is contained tommunit)'. Such disaster is preventable 'hi" fate against the proposed morals I
silver dollar, and plating either above
in the annual report for I'.tlJ! when every citizen is alertto commission which has been suggested
the tuiiKUe or beneath it, with a silver -
of the health Department of Jacksonville hu. duty. It follows that intelligence dollar on the opposite hideKeep I has one means of coping with the so- I >

(and there is no excuse for ignorance cial evil in New York. lie declared
the outer edges of the silver and tin I
Not only may the individual citizen on sanitary matters), com- that such a (commission would be
apart for a moment, and see if you ,J I
aid in this betterment of local mon sense and a good conscience are can detect any taste.Then 'tantamount I to licensing the evil. Excursion Rates

healthfulness by cooperation with the the best practical conservators of the "As soon as you segregate -it- you .
bring the outer edges of. the
health boards, but it is his duty to do public h..ulth.-Bulletin, State Boardof license it," said he, "You are putting TO
metals together with one above and S
so. And how may he aid in this Health. upon it the stamp of government approval
the other beneath the tongue, and instantly I
work !i and thereby removing the last TAMPAAccount
there will be a sour taste in
First, by removing; the beam from j To ,be near-religious is just the the mouth. This in actually tastingthe obstacle between the young man and a ..

his own eye before he complains of same as setting on a hot stove all electric current that is producedby licentious life' At the same time, ,, of

his neighbor's obstructed' and faulty the time. I' you, cannot hope to exterminate it
the contact of the two metals, and
finally. Let us not be mistaken in Annual Meeting .
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this But we can continually 'Work
:I through the tongue which is Mrysensitie
T
toward this end We cannot hope Florida Citrus ExchangeVIA

Listen I ever to stamp out burglary, gambling, J

IKOl'BI.K ENOUG11Junto1 : ; mm tlfi I and like crimps, but we can j I

May is the month I I heard! Hiijffi"jot into a continue! to enforce the laws> against ATLANTIC COAST LINETickets

I lot of trouble with that Kill' he was them! and uncle an efficient police

of bud said promise. going with. keep such limes, as we can keep the sold Apr. 15th and 16th, with

You need notmaJte HophYes'' 110\\ 's that i social evil, at a minimum," final limit April 22nd. ,

0 / {J Junioi'--He married her Id) Paikhurst sees in the present !

age one! of the most significant

)j 1g ti profmiscs when you ments that the world has / move-I For information and reservations, call on ,f
( .\ good time to send one of the
have the then children here for meals* Side b\ side with the war on W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fla.
J goods I
the readjustment of the Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland y

you can make good. sM M I LYN illations between capital and labor, I T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A.

and the thousand other manifesta-
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tions of a restless world. To woman

he ascribes the greatest in this impending v
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'. change without being willing !- I -
i I I II C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.. t
I yet to concede to woman all that I '

she demands just now. He said:

I "There is an unsettled condition I II The Waters & Carson

I throughout the world: It is observable I

not only in governmental affairs, i

: but in theology, economics, science, I

eN d 1, i, morality. Women are interested and I II Grocery Company

I'I are asking questions as never before ,

hen the phone IH out of order I Woman has awakened to find her field t 4
Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES
limited, and she is demanding now ,
and you ('a-I't come yourself!
I i thut her intellectual side has the free- I

I est development It is not so much

because they want to vote as they
Bloom out In merry new clothes for I YOU. want a larger field for themselves." I

Merry May time. Merriment 'Is the due of Woman has certain pride in her (0(0(0(0(0(0(0(0(0(0(0(0(0(0 0404400400. ....... n
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sex, and the evils have gone so far I (0 (0 0 4'

every Individual ; lifetI as meant to be I' Can send children i I' now that the women have determined 4 WE SELL:

    your to correct them for themselves + HAY, 0 0 b ;
    'I' .,. IiIDES.
    merry. here with the assurance a 0 4
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    NO EXPERT 4 GRAIN,
    "individual" I that they will return with 4 O (0 FURS, 4
    The clothes sell are of toil who
    we I The horny-handed Ron .,. FERTILIZERS, 4o.
    as choice a cut of meat as had just inherited a fortune went, to <" (0 4 WOOL, -> 11..

    clothes. They give us Individuality ; they I would see a manicure. 0 SHINGLES, 4o. 7 y +

    I you procure your- "Can you do anything with these, 0" 4 4 0O
    will Individuality. self. ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND O
    give you
    "
    ma'am? he asked, exhibiting his 0 4 4o a

    We not only sell distinct clothes, but we hands. ORANGE WRAPS, ALL .

    "Yes, sir," she said, "after you've 4 .

    sell them' at prices distinctly just. We We Seek Your Con- gone to a surgeon and had those 0. VEGETJ.BLE CRATES, 4. 0. COUNTRY .. ',

    ,tinued Patronage cracks stitched I don't meddle wo
    live up. 0 CRATE NAILS, O PRODUCE. r

    want your trade as long as you ; we __ ___-_--_-_ n-_- -_-_-_---_-__ -, with jobs that belong to the regular O .
    practitioners." (0(0.(0. 0440 . . O O 0 .. 40 .... .........
    know the way to get It Is to give you SAM STORY v ;.

    -' The wife of James R. Mudd of Kan-
    short profits. We sell field and garden seeds of all kind
    goods at PROPRIETOR ..
    ,_ She
    ass City wants a divorce. Gras We give special attention to flUlnf oat hunting and campiBg Imp t

    RULL BASS MARKET Miss Loda Rlrtt) before her marriage Free delivery In city limit Phone No. 12. ;
    H. C.; STAnF'ORD. & CO unless somebody has fusioned and I We are county: agent for good fertilizer. A k us for circulars and y r
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    l there is plenty of ground for divorce. price on fertlliier. '


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    FRIDAY. MAY 2,' 181.
    PAGE
    10. ,
    ,. I THE KISSIMMBE VALLEY GALBTT&'
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    -- .. -- t'BUY A HOUSE land lot 'in Tamp

    'iit Miss Nina .1 WORKING' FOR ALL- r III 111111 I .II III I I ULHI h I I IN.vcrtisements I ... II I I I I I I that 15 per is rented cent ail on: the the time Investment.and pays


    Classified AdAdv.rlleeseae Price $520. Write J. F. G-. Sr,

    i ,and Mr. YEAR WATER ROUTE::I. .I x 612 East: Park. 17-3pd

    are I..erled .d rr this brad al the rmtr; ', of *TICapb ': FOR RENT.

    (Continued 'from page 2)) <:>.<. l'er LJoe Vmr laserrl/l.: '
    s' WIN.THE DECLAMATION : :<< I' I FOR,---- :Modern: cottages, sum-
    !
    which will be utilized in a few years I I I 111 in i n 11111 mi I 111 H liENT- lltf
    TONIGHT RECITAL, HY j if transportation is availabl'Q by this ,! FOR SALE-Four good mules J.. W. I met rates. Airs E. E. Wells

    water route. ,, As! a matter of fact! FOR SALE. J I 111 iller. -1"
    I ... ___ ;'.1 1 FOB"RENT OR SALE -- Two-story
    it !I.. to I -- --y
    c H our greatly enlarge
    : .. ., I purpotio
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    -- --- { FOR SALE-At bargain 35 reinforced cow Brack St. North
    our holdings on this sam route, end a ; I KOIt SALE. -Good. fresh with ;. store building on
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    cement fence pouts and 250 II II; .C. Stanford 29-tf
    1 I to increase very materially our ownI B Jarrell. heifer calf. A. C. Harbeau, P. O. Kisaimmee-

    : I!I out-put. if we are assured of transportallon. At cypress Kissfmmee fence posts.Drug Co.A |(! Box :'J)0!) KissiiVimee.! 29-t! td] I D\' .fINrisTor: rent, opply to M.


    t. P East High School March I Yours very truly, I FOR $ALE- 10 acres of land under : SI.1Ni1.1IAND: > 'AK' HA KCA1NS:': I Tiller.- ___
    .t
    I'j l-'lu. Naval Stores & Land Co., under i conditionI I FiYlY(() { HKNT: --A suite of three con"t.
    .
    J I J. W. Ward, Jr. hog-proof fence, 2V4 acres UMi :Michigan, splendid

    ._ I.uThe Christening" i '. cultivation. 5-room louse, good\ $1,000( ; cost now $1 II! SO.() ':' netting furnished rooms all modem
    1 v I Exhibit I. well and barn. Situated "i mile I J 1012 Cadillac, splendid' condition, ,...nvi r. <"u''s. :\1 r.ll.V.. II. Arnold.
    'w Lilian Kansas City Mo., March 3, 1913.! 16tf
    from city limits and \\ mile from $1,2X0 I : ; cost 1 new .fL':?,:!10.I(
    2. "Sparlacus to the Gladiators" I :Mr. C. A. (Carson care Senator Nathan ,. .- -- ---.
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    t P. Bryan, Washington, 1). C | railroad. (Price $000.00. Terms. IIII! Cadillac, splendid condition --- buneiilow.
    Tony ; concrete -
    4 : Dear Sir: Replying to yours of Apply Box 432: Kissimmec, Fla. j $!:100()(!;. cost new $:!,100 I J'nK t HE1'ITj"'oom:
    3. "The Soldier's Reprieve" February :2Rth,1 wish to that the 15tfI : ct>r. I'cnfield and Bermuda
    : say j )llIx\\ Roadster h \ splendid condition -
    ( Hoard of Engineers to whom the mat- T.'iO.I'.Ul Ave, !Mrs. :Summers; 60R Penfield.ntf .
    i $250:! ); cost new $
    1-
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    of the '
    improving Kissimmee
    4. "On Being Found Guilty of ; !hter been referred, should take a riv'rhas sec- I I FOR SALE-At a bargain, motor ]! (Rambler, fair' shape, $2.'iH: ; ; (

    mM s ., Paul ond thought before finally turning I boat "Gadfly" 30x8' ; 15 in. draft; cost new .fJ.yiO.)

    "The Druid's Prayer" I I down this proposition. Outside of 12 h. p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. engine; full. ; And others just as goad bargains.MICHIGAN : /: The. Allenttiwn !Democrat says:
    1 I
    t I what other land companies are doing II equipment; everything new. Termson !I : ( ; !MOTOR CAR (CO( The government is going to sendMune

    5. "How Tom Sawyer Got I His in Kissimnipe the way of River development, my company along exports the- part if desired. See Saunders I I Agents fonI.ozier., Michigan 41)) fish to Florida to stock the

    '' Nina I| to have fifty to sixty families I at Gazette office. tf and R-C-ll. tiranis We understand that the

    i will locate on the Kissimmee ', ]14,. lll!! West Adams Si government" also i is considering theadviabihty
    6. "Deathbed of Benedict River just south of the KissimmeoLake FOR SALE-Ten acres of good land | toS'm.t"n
    I 1 of ,'ndingRome water
    T. , I'liom47N7) Jacksonville, Flu "
    L f '. , Wil this coming fall. i I in Northwest Kissimmee, fronting :, of theI.IIt'kawalla"
    _. make river out
    to a
    Vine Suitable: for -
    East stree. -
    I As know on
    you my bought |
    P < 7. "Mrs. Smart Learns lo Skale" .10,000( ) acres of that company rich land lying 1 small fruits, vegetables, general MISCELLANEOUS.WADE I That may be true about

    Rose on both sides of the river, just south i Jtrucking, dairy or chicken farm. If I II .I buying water to put in the Lackawanariver

    8. "Brutus Denounced" of the lake, with the idea of settling |I sold quickly, will take $750.011.1 the tuner. Orlando. : but the government couldn't put
    s the land with actual settlers I which is less than the city -
    as quickly I --- ---- -- -- without
    Florida
    I. Edward I : as possible. This being pne of the ''voI"uation. G. F. Kribbs, Kissim I VELVET !HF.ANS.: cmiras: all kindsof any fish in the-waters of

    b Chorus-"Peggy" richest sections as well as one of themost nee, Fla. 4tf. and sorghum.Heavy (first taking some out.-Ex.
    millets
    cow
    h. 9. "The Minister's Black Nance" ielightf J) climates of any point I peas for
    be sold, ante
    stock
    in the state, will make it more easily FOR SALE-Well located city lots, must
    Helen sod! l and developed than many otherloam on monthly installments. G. F. prices; also potato plants. I L. II. -.:....".-:-.._.._.._..-:-.-:-.._.-:-.-:-<<..-...:

    L I 10. "The Dismemberment, of lilies.Through. I Parker. 17-4t Allen Seed ('n.'I'rllhy Fla. )H'-Ip; ..1.. i
    I wish to ,
    a / you stronglyurge q '.r.r"
    Clyde A
    the Board of Engineers to make FOR SALE- 100 of fine muck $11I.tllI !HKW\KII ;X; fX
    I 11. "Auxtahens"/ the appropriation acres j I
    t necessary to Ha
    yMi' Betlic .straighten the river, which will not I I I land. Railroad survey through this | :Sl.'iOd I; u'w ant! will be |iiiid foi I lie +sr

    . : only reclaim home very, valuable land, ; land and adapted to truck farming. ''I'I j recovery information' 'leading to
    12. "Rabbits" and Other Eggs": but will facilitate shipments of farm I I !Price on application-a real bar- I!' recovery, of the' following> animals ::: fl-fl.1.
    Fred products to market. The Board could |! gain. Address box 3G2( Kissimmee, ..
    laved from ) Fla. April
    1 not a If"rd to fail in this appropriation|i Fla. 9-tf M. Itatsengei. I f
    "Sunshine, and Roses" I .. would! :h. d.. 1 f
    it work a serious detriment i j ;r;
    C to people who have already bought, I FOR I SALE-Large size billiard table One Jersey, neifei., Ivvn vein's iM., X

    Decision of'( Judges I who will buy land in t the vicinitytributary 1 with full equipment. Apply to not branded litflit led, with very d.nk AA
    : Frank Vans Agnew. ;'J i 'f .
    to this stream. I know of
    t tail, :-
    head and neck while on belly, 1' :
    rt I locality either in Florida or else.where .
    I ;and flank-, vva- heavy with calf and X X
    0ta' I which is in more urgent need Ay
    federal aid, nor" :allY locality' moreI I II may have calved, rimy, limit1: + :.
    The declamation contest of studentsof
    I I worthy of an adequate; expenditure (IIn) heifer. y ''adllll, not\ Itiandi'dK , :1. t.
    Osceola High i School was held last ; I i'! funds foi ,','..J"mat 'ion and improve .. hiu-.i r ;a,
    hi "llIl\wl. at
    \ \\('1'I'>' : '"
    night in the auditorium and the 'nt.\ If 1 can do anything have Mrs. E. Wells K 1-1 in mar ..f r
    ( : influence1 on this Hoard!, either in ':" .ft
    tt v above program was carried out, to t ,';." or oth. rwise, let me know and, i Vdf'ie-' ill I lIfof'lllallOll, to ,Y Y

    " the of ) 1 i can count on my assistancei , I: II I II! MtSCIIKI' : f X
    delight an audience numberings
    } 1 J i Very) 'truly yours.Modern Real Estate I IK '11 lia-M-nger, I lit ;:; NOT QUANTITY, f.
    t: than four hundred.The ; I ; Land Company i'

    , judges of the content were Pat h K: C Chambers, Pres. & G<-n'l !Mgr FOl'NIl A rain I t Owner; can BUT QUALITY :

    Johnston, Dr. A. J. Holt and Mrs. F. I I \DAMAGED GOODS and InsuranceRenting (have same by calling/: at this office, ::1: AND PRICE.

    C. Bryan, who awarded the prizes tot7 proving property and paying for : i'l
    I ::
    Miss Nina Bratton and Mr. Clyde Buz Dwellings, Furnished this notice.
    l za. A man who wins another's confi' ::: Mrs. Summers

    I and then cheats or robs him is Rooms, and Truck Land a specialty :' 608 P..ld' A.' .
    t Music was furnished by the High I i MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co., :{
    long left in doubt of public opin- ;
    and
    School orchestra and rendered we will get a drink of the best
    ,
    : a song It is shouted from the housetops. I soda water made. Ultf: ti:-:-:: ti-44-X--.+}4C 4440x0.5-tw
    i by twentyfour young lady students '
    a mull may win the confidence of
    which was most pleasing to III1 .
    pard.'I woman, then blight her life and that I
    : ; 1
    the audience and secured many com
    her children with disease contract
    't\ pliments. The auditorium was profusely -
    'through more or less promiscuous i
    ": decorated with flowers, which .
    .. with other women, and not
    added to the scene of beauty created I
    whisper is heard. Nor does the
    ? by the of of Kis-
    presence so many j
    who inquires into his future
    \ .
    , \ ., simmee's young ladies. '
    .' financial condition
    11 gen
    is t Tonight the of music
    department I
    j
    investigate the aspect of his
    ca over which Miss Nannie Reese has I; : Crockery Glassware
    !I These things are not talked
    presided during the will
    ;." term, give a .. It was to break this conspiracy
    ; recital, as well as the eighth grade I
    .. silence that Eugene Brieux'x play,
    --
    Goods" Les varies .. ,
    ( ), was -- - - .'
    04000400444P44444440 and that it has been produced,
    \ ,. 4y '
    ; ,
    )0' the auspices of the "Medical .
    0 REAL FLORIDA '4d : '.
    "POETRY" iIM
    : /1
    I, "" ,1 "
    0 4r -! of Reviews, at several semi- 'V'" ) "
    : lie performances in New York.
    ( 44444444 <. .> + +: + + + + + + + '
    ; <' "damaged goods" in this case is

    i For some unexplained reason, the II I I younman/: who marries the girl Just

    poet's output in Florida. this season t ,; whom he is engaged in spite of his Arrived

    d has been pitifully small. usually' thetourist J;| '" orders, and the play pre- .

    season develops one hundred 'nts the tragic results.. It is not a

    : or more merry ihymsters, both local 1 in tthe ordinary understanding A .
    and imported, who/ wig the beautiesof the word ; it is not even "just talk" new, complete and up-to-date line of

    our streams and woods, our fruits l I th", .sense in which that .phrase is
    I! : : I I :
    ,
    ami flow els. our buds I and beasts i I )n1<'tlnH' used toward the quieter

    '' ( man included ) ; and their home pa.r :I )' of iralislic drama It is- an ex- I

    F; r f' pers are compelled the ask of say '| ::I as earnest and almost as

    I rious looses. of subscribers! and friends" ( ] as a physician's talk with his Crockery and

    J' to devote much space to the piesentation ) I ,' of the horrors of syphillis.

    ,. usunl theatrical devices for in
    of these immortelles. in I uuiestructilile ; !
    t type.The 1 'r..stillgil,1 surprising;; the spectator

    1 I I 'e ignored: | there i i. but one "dra- GlasswareEverything
    ' fM I past winter, hovvevei we have /. 1 -" lI1oYII'nt-that in which the
    had a dearth of poet Whethei our
    1 wife, learning at last what is
    1 visitors have been too busy enjoying i'
    matter with her baby, shrieks as
    life and our fellow citizens too busy
    I husband starts toward her: "Don't
    entertaining them, or wli.'thei' there
    !" the curtain falls. But for the
    me as dining table
    has been a lack of inspiration' it is I the profound impression made up- the.
    .not for the Tribune to say (Hut. I
    II the audience as these exhibits pass
    ( speaking from our own expel lence, i I kitchen
    . our poetry column Hud our poetry : II them-the young man and his or any part of the house.

    wastebaiket have .been alike most ( : I "" victims; quotations from
    and medical statistics
    f4 unusually empty throughout. the festive cases
    fi periodIt I (that there.art>, for instance, one hun-

    .. thousand men walking the Prices are reasonable
    has remained for I I1 very for these
    one rhymer .. of Paris today, and similar '
    y produce one little "piece" that '
    saves : ;'
    in other cities
    showing no
    k the season from utter The fine
    mediocrity.
    'I' lines.
    signs of their disease) ; the Assortment is large
    ( benefactor dwells in Chicago and he '
    other patients-of the r'
    1 has written classic which I .
    a --one merits ,
    effect of this there i is no
    conspicuous publication in all the I 4
    c i Those who wish a novel or
    high class literary journals. The author I to take them to the islands of
    4 ; is Mr. C. M. Marshton, one of the
    : blest will object to "Damaged
    'i editors of thte Chicago RecordHerald, I I ," and there are grounds for
    t and the "poem" was written and sent Waring
    and other objections. The eig- Trading Co.
    h by him to relatives who were sp..nding j!
    y thing is that the taboo is ,
    the winter at St. Petersburg.
    and a danger, similar to that of
    k Making, his production of special significance or tuberculosis, frankly
    # ; is the fact that its subjectis
    in that most backward and
    ) the noble bird which is one of the
    I of forms, the English-speak-
    boasts and attractions of St. Peters- 'j
    theater.-Collier's Weekly.
    &; burg-the awkward hut picturesque j! ,

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    pelican. : j(j The Moultrie Observer evidently Glassware

    Having thus demonstrated the poetic there are more husbands than Crockery

    I ,.- posibilitiea of one of our oldest I in kisses, although it has not 4

    t residents and most familiar types, the stated that its definition of.

    aYY 1 Chicago poet has opened the way for i| would preclude one being 4S

    !: j .t, efforts in this direction on the part < .-Thomasville Times-Enterprise.

    t'-" of our gifted local bards and bard- 1 I the law doesn't permit a wo-

    eases who max; find similar inspiration to have as many husbands as

    1 1A in the unobtrusive gopher, the succupy : .-Ex. !
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