Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 16, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00594
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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WILL PAY DUES 1\ { Graduating' Class of '13' of Osceola High ,School TIME EXTENDED '''- '

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1Y IF PROPOSED LAW IS ADOPTED : FOR CLOSING CITY. TAX BOOKS 'a,1 ;

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- WILL HK VOTED ON AT NEXT I1 | J. EMORY RUSH ELECTED: MEM- i ;

01811- :\1 EJ< TING-WII.L BRING INT1VO j t I! HER OF BOARD TO FILL UN- rJ :

THOUSAND DOLLARS EXPIRED TERM OF A. S. 11 ,

nItwe'_' ANNUALLY. I I II II I GILBERT, RESIGNED.,

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IQ. I Ir "The members of the City Council '
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Ida 1 uesday night witnessed another of II
14 r rii'-1, old-time rousing meetings of r f ,4 ." f I, are certainly making good as for as 'I 7
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I Ir 4 + r close attention to their duties and ( .
the Board of TJ'ade--one of those
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{ t transaction of business at meetings 1.)
that made feel the betterfor
meetings
you .
;ftleI at y j is concerned, was the expression of ;
attending. As stated in the announcement I
one of our leading business men after q-
several committees made j
attending the adjourned meeting of. !t
which covered in full the sub- '
N.tt i-.pi>rts, '
that body ,Monday night. And he ., 'i
... them.
- -assigned j spoke rightfuly, for there was not a ;Q,
- ( A. Carson told of his trip to'' .t i '
w Vt-4 r a minute's idle time from the beginning ;
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Washington in the interest of a per- br lr' to the ending of the meeting, althoughnone ;1'

nuncut three-foot channel from Kis- :, of the business transacted was

immee to Lake Okeechobee, saying rushed through, and every citizen in t

hat he had' good reason to believe I V '>, r lobby was given an opportunity to \

t hat the board of government engi- r' : express an opinion on the subjects :

'I",.".rwould take favorable action under discussion if they so desired. "

ong the line requested. Mr. Carson I The discussion of the councilmen was ,j

\" (given a vote of thanks for the ; carried on in distinct tones, and not an .

,-i able manner in which he handled .. f : item or motion was disposed! of until ,

matter. t each member was given the opportunity }

\ S :Nelson, on behalf of the comti'e Y S. )SS rat to endorse or oppose it. It is no .

on manufactures made a reii '' discredit to the other members to say .,

t of the visit. by a delegation of a r rI that Councilmen Rivers and Thompson {,

'"b'rto the home of V. C. Sevori I take the lead in practically all S

near this. city, the gentleman/: matters"" as these gentlemen have had

had perfected patents on a num- i former experience as members of that +Si.

<>f ,-UdttfuJ. articles., Mr. Nelson body and know how to present ques- '

.IL'II, ,that tho visit was mode for the tions in a manner that can be easily /

|p i 'pose' of inducing Mr. Severance to'' ,r I and readily understood. .

lotute. his factory here prodded the From left right, top row- -Miss Lucy Buckels, Lacy Johnson, Miss Almena Leitner teacher of the class, Miss Jean Thomas, Miss Mildred Lee, Miss After the usual formalities of read-
ii1' tides were found to be of a useful Dwayne Fischer. Lower row -Sam Lupfer. Jr.. Miss Bessie Whidden, Principal R. M. Evans, Miss Cecilia Overstreet. ing minor communications, the council ,

and salable nature, and that the dele( - .. .vv_, accepted the resignation of A. S, Gilbert -

"Kation/opinion without that a factory exception to manufacture were of the I Kissimmee and Osceola : Partial Program for out unexpired and elected J. term Emory, but Rush'to owing fill to

the absence of the Mayor, that gentleman }
the mtX'JMVies and devices would be a i .

,and consiaenMIe recommended' : acquisition that steps to" this be takenat city I County to Be BoostedMonster :j the Fourth of July could, as not the taek chief part executive in the alone'proceedings lC'tq

I is authorized to administer the oath. ;C..
once looking to this end. The mat- II
1 The ruling to that ef' ''
city attorney '
4 ter was placed in the hands of the' Illustrated Edition of the Gazette Covering All Phases of Committee Has the Work Well in Hand and Will Make July feet It is understood the oath' was )
committee On manufactures with in- I .
t ructions to take the matter up with Kissimmee's Magnificent Growth to Begin at OnceIt Fourth the Red Letter Day in Kissimmee's HistoryThe administered to Mr. Rush on Tuesday.Bids .
I were received for assessing "bl
Mr 1 Severance and learn what inducements -
the taxes for the year 1913 from Mies
would meet hi* requirements, is proposed that the coming industrial edition of the Gazette, which committee appointed to make all necessary arrangements for holding -
a grand celebration here on July 4th, submitted the following partial Elizabeth Johnston, G. W. Hankinsand
and report at next meeting. will be issued in the next few weeks will I be a credit to' Kissim-mce. and. i report to the Board of Trade at the meeting Tuesday night: J. C. Livingston. The bid of Mr. & +
..1.V.. Prentis, on behalf of the committee -
of'' Osceola county. Mr. S. J. Triplett, evident Kissimmee Board of Trade: Livingston was $360 and that gentleman 9
appointed! to revise the list Dear Sir: Your committee appointed to make arrangements for a elected to the position, and
membership and assess. the dues on'' This edition will depict in convincing anti !graphic terms the history I celebration to be held on July fourth next, and to prepare programme of was
will the duties of the office as
equitable basis, made the following j whole well It same, beg leave to make report as follows: assume
an i of the community as a as as every important enterprise. bond of
That they have appointed Jno. M. Lee as Chairman and J. W. Prentis soon.as he gives the required fir
report: will tell of the opportunities-held out to homeseekers and capitalists of the as Secretary of their. General Committee. $1,000.At J

Kissimmee, Fla., May 12, 1913. unexcolled'..elimate, the matchless beauties of nature through this land of j That they have added to their committee the following gentlemen to the suggestion of 'Councilman
Mr. S. J. Triplett, President.Kissim constitute a general committee of arrangements: D. G. Wagner, R. W. let for '
Rivers the contract was painty
Board of Trade. sunshine and flowers, in fact, it will tell the whole story of Kissimmee and Meiklejon, F. Vans Agnew, C. W. Griffin, Emil Mach, S. L. Lupfer, G. H. : '
I mee Osceola county more thoroughly! and entertainingly/ it has ever been Newhouse, N. C. Bryan J. 'L. Beaman, 11. M. Breaker Capt. Johnson,. S. J. Ing the water tower and smoke stacks
Dear Sir Your committee I ,
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: ap -. Triplett, P. K. Weaver. of the 'electric light and water plant ,
v pointed to classify! the membership of I told before. That the programme 'decided upon for the day's events shall be as the. cost of the work to be $60." '. '?! 1

this Hoard and assess. dues as hall be The edition will l he finely printed and attractively laid out, and will contain follows, (subject to change) : The same councilman also drew.the r:
paid l according! to such classification, 10:30 A. M.-Laying of corner stone of Methodist church by membersof attention of the council to the fact ;
numerous half-tone illustrations of the vanou-, ten-Mis i: described.! the Masonic fraternity, with service an daddress.
beg leave to r-port, as follows: that of service ot R. L. Roberts t;
I I l'i-00: Noon theprrn\
Be'an
This edition will mean the finest boost thut Ki.-simm andcooli( feast at Court House grounds .
That Section ::1 i of the Constitution :3:30:: P. M.--Boat races and other aquatic sports. as driver of the fire truck would "
be amended to road as follows: I county have had in recent years, and is worthy of the liberal cooperationof :J.-.TO:: and 4:00: P. M.-Boat rides on the lake on steamers and barges. end in a few days, and it was neces-

Any actual resident of Kissimmee every business man and industrial leader whose interests center in this It is expected that the band will be in attendance all day, if suitable sary at that 'meeting to find a man

and surrounding. country and ,!I veil favored section. arrangements, Each feature can has be made.been placed in the hands of competent committees as capable of handling the machine. a l

any firm, corporation, fraternal I No city ever attracted capitalists:; tourists homcseekeis to any follows : After the matter was thoroughly
organization, labor union or association TRANSPORTATION-C. A. Carson and G. F. Parker. discussed, a 'motion prevailed to place '
: marked degree without making a determined campaign' to win them, and themen SI'ORTS-R. W. Meiklejon J F. Vans s
Agnew, Capt. Johnson P.
of business men having Clay K. the auto fire truck in the hands of *
place for the transac- of action and affairs in Kissimmee realize this fact thoroughly. Weaver.
permanent of the
Superintendent Joyner light
BEAN FEAST AND ICE-W A TER-J. McPhatter, J. L. Beaman C.
tion of their business within such Liberal application of printer's ink, well distributed, will accomplish W. Griffin, L. H. Cohoon, S. L. Lupfer, F. C. Bryan, F. W. Pittman, G., H. plant, who will ride the fire horse in (f;;'

territory, may become members of greater results toward: putting a community on the map and wiil exert more Newhouse, J. H. Eby. future, and Councilman Rivers was ''I f

this Board by filing with the Sec- influence in drawing the attention of permanent homeseekers than COFFEE-II. M. Breaker, W. C. Bass, H. M. Pfann. instructed to have a house built ad- i';
retary an application for that purpose -I practical TABLES AND SEATS-F. W. Pittman Mr. Redwood, II. N. Bratton, Z. joining the electric light plant in J
of the advertiser's art. W. Bass, O. Eo Young, T. L. A. S. Gilbert \
ad- any other known accessory Curry, G. L. Hammock, T. N. "
I after having been first I Clark, A. Mi Story, W. W. Mlms. which to keep the machine. I
mitted at a regular meeting of the Just at this time Florida is attracting more attention than any other RECEPTION-D. G. Wagner, C. A Carson. ( with power to addMUSICJ. .) At a former meeting the city tax '

Board and having paid an initia- I single state, and the eyes of prospective capitalists, tourists and homesettlers W. Prentis. books were ordered closed on the 19th

tion fee of One Dollar, such firm, :I are turned this way, and the sole purpose of the Gazette; in issuing this SOLICITING SUBSCRIPTIONS. M. Lee, H. C. Stanford J. E. Rush. of this month, but as the county 'tax

corporation, organization, union, I, Special Edition is that Kissimmee and Osceola county may not be overlooked. Respectfully JNO. M., LEE, Chairman. books had just closed, it was thoughtbest

or association shall be represented ),1.____________.___ _., ._:.... __ ., .--- - . to extend the time in which our I,
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at meetings of the Board by some people could liquidate their indebtedness -
Board of Trade should endorse such was given instructions to prepare ai, tonic
A PLEASED ing effect. We shall be more
officially designated by '
the and motion prevailed
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person I to city, a
agreement) that they will not subscribe plan for carrying the recommendationinto than pleased to make another visitto
them.
extending the date to June 16th,
participate in adver- effect, including the cost, and report I
That the following shall be the I nor any WINTER VISITOR Kissimmee and will persuade our therefore our taxpayers are enabledto
t t; in1t ether than newspaper advertising at the next meeting. friends
\ schedule of dues to be assessed and to try your delightful climate hold tight to their money until that
. unless such shall have The reports of the committees on -
and
paid towards the support of the city. Very truly yours, time. It strikes us ai rather unusual k
1 leceived the erdorsement of the celebration and on road buiding will MAKES A SPLENDID ADVERTIS- Mrs. W. C. Williams.
Board of Trade: but we the same rule prevails
guess
Advertising Committee of this he found in another column of this
I By hotels with 20 rooms or more, I Kh OF THE SUPERIOR IIEALTII with people in all parts of the world i

.f f( ; per month, J5.00 Hotels with less Board. Respectfully, Paper. AM: ) CLIMATIC CONDITIONS MRS. SIMPSON WILL -they never pay their taxes until '.\

I 1 than 20 rooms, per month $2.60. '----- --. FOUND: HERE. forced to do so by law.. {
J. W. PRENTIS '
Merchants and Manufacturers C. A. CARSON, SEVEN THOUSAND BE POSTMISTRESS This action of the council was takenat
carrying Inventory or investmentof 1 the request of one of our heaviest

, $6,000 or more, per month $6.00. w! J. SEAR TOMATO PI ANTSThere The following: 1-tter 1 is from a lady : Mrs. Bessie Simpson is in receipt of taxpayers; it is true, but we must not e
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For the same when less than $6,- Action on this report will I be takenat who spent! the past winter here, the I information that the Senate has forget that these same taxes have. :

t 000-.per month 250. Real estate the meeting to be held on the nightof j i,:, guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Newhouse, firmed her nomination to be con- beendue since November 1912. I'i
post-
firms and abstract offices, $". Individual the 26th, and it is hoped that every are many vegetables which and who, like many others, was so delighted :m stress of Kissimmee, and as soonas Many of our people take a delight in

l')' real estate ag-Jtlts, 260. member will be present to take partin v'eld; abundantly in this section, i with our climate, our people the arrive and paying their bills the day .they are I ;
3 necessary
papers I
1 Pool $2.60. that discussion. If this scale of and our extereme healthful conditions, due but let it be in the of taxes
Banks, $5.00. rooms I among which is tomatoes, and Henry that her bond is accepted she wil assume shape i
i Livery stabler and garages, $2.50. dues is adopted the receipts of the Ovprstreet, who is one of the most I I she will not only return here herself the duties of the office. and they'll hang on' to their ducats ,

Brokers or 'commission dealers or Board will be about $2,000 a year- -xpenenced; truckers in Florida, haspatcit I but I will| induce others to accom- The petition which Mrs. Simpson like grim death to a dead nigger. e

agents, $2.60. Professional men, an amount sufficient to permit the i of seven thousand plants pany- her: presented with her application for .I

$2.60. -Individual membership, 50 Board to carry into effect its projected 'vhich are just about as full of fruit I Flushing, N. Y., May 5, 1913. appointment was signed by practically W. B. Collins and wife arrived in 4i
I My Dear Mr. and Mrs. Newhouse the Mr. Collins i.
cents. plans.K. as they can hold. : three-fourths of the men in Kissimmee city yesterday.

That section 4 of the Constitu- P. Butler recommended that the This, patch of tomatoes .is in the '1 Both Mrs. Rasquin and I havemarry and as she is the sister of Sena- business Publishing manager Co., of of the Industrial and: is I ,

tion; be amended to read s.3 per the Board look into the advisability of Aultman gardens, in West Kissimmee pleasant memories of our twomontha'.ieit tor 'N. P.t.Bryan, it was a foregone here for the Jaebonvillel ng out l

:foregoing. placing seats in the parks on Broad- and the public generally, and especially | with yon in Kissimmee conclusion ,that she would get the of the industrial edition the Valley Gazette .. 1 ;;
President and Secretary heard and have become great advocates of will issue in about six weeks. ,
J. That the way, saying that he frequently those who possess sour and fice. For some years Mrs. Simpson f
r$ of this Board be a committeeto the remark that there was no provision pessimistic stomach!!, are invited to the delightful atmosphere to be en- has been one of the most valued y .

solicit subscriptions from firms, made for the accommodation of visit it and see the wonderfu. Icrop the. joyed there which has proved so bene- teachers in our' High School, and while, Mrs. A. K. Bedingfleld who spent ? ;
here the
most pleaaant.winter guest
etc., described above. visitors to our city along that line. soil in this locality produces. i ficial to us. i it all our people rejoice at her success,, of a the Gray stone, left Tuesday for her

That it Is the opinion of this This idea seemed to meet with general Mr. Overstreet states he will begin We are extolling the virtues ot,the we regret exceedingly to lose her services , home at Calgary, Canada. She was .

committee now reporting, that all favor from those present, and the picking oa the 25th, and expects: to t fair to our many friends up North and as one of the instructors of our, so delighted with Kissirane as a

business and professional men committee on municipal imwevementa ship a cat .the following day. I can heartily Vouch for its exhilirat- children. I winter resort ,that fall.the. will. return ,
here in the early
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FRIDAY MAY 1$ l' '
'PAGE 2. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. ljI

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.. j tion was derived, but said reports 'the Board, and the acceptance: and .p- approval. thereof by the J. G. White l'Bronchitisor

; /s it Feasible to Drain .j shall not enter into details,relating. to proval J of same by it. Engineering Corporation.In .

: I the drainage of minor tracts,of land Ninth. The Board shall place at I Witness( Whereof :The members

the Everglades?t but shall deal with main outlet canals the disposal of the Engineer ,and the'' of the Board and Isham Randolphhave Asthma
their hands and seals to this
which said Commission will recm-( aid Commission all data, of which ; Met '

I mend of such: dimensions as it shall it is possessed, bearing upon the mat- and "to another instrument ,of 'like "

'I' Internal Improvement.Bo rd Enters Into Contract With Famous.'..1 deem sufficient to take. the runoff of ters to be covered by said. .Investigations -'.tenor above and date written.this the day and year Birch Mountain Herb Tea
I first
all tiibutary areas.! Such canals shall) whether in the form of maps,
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-. Engineer to Determine That Question I be designed with sufficient capacity',- ha'rtlJ printed manuscript reports (Signed. ) .PARk TRAMMELLGovernpr. Has' no Equal Nothing:

Ito t care for, local drainage: when the etc, and the Enginerr shall carefully' 'lSeatr( !), I Just as Good

I '' territory embraced within the scope and return them ( Signed) W V. KNOTT (Seal) _
the !
The Internal'ImplovementBoard has done the 013* thing ,and, taken the preserve same
sensible step in the matter of draining the Everglades] It has enterd into of Maid polls shall be divided into from time to time, after using them Comptroller. than ready-made :
contract of known make : mall tracts for cultivution. tSigiM-d 1 ,f) J. C. LUNING (Seal) Better any media
a with a man ability to a thorough inspection ofall und all of them that shall not have and
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1, that section of the State; embraced in the drainage district looking to the I Fifth The Eng'in: (.er shall be respoiiiiblc ,. 1ie-en returned previous to the deliveyyof Treasurer tines. It is purer guaranteed
i. practicability of draining the the oat of performing the work the WEST Seal l more effective than anything
1 - area ; : for the compensation) to be the and the plans and specifications ( Signed) T K ( )
value of the land after being drained for the growing of crops and all reports (General known to the medical profession.
the other members of the Com Attorney
other such data as will be necessary for the guidance of the I Internal Improvement 'i I paid, lej herein provieled for, shall, beletuined Made at home in five minutes-
Board in lluir future actions toward the further ilJlpro"'m'l1tof mission. together with all necessary when I the said reports and! ) W A McllAi; ( Seal ) child. Purely vegetableand

that part of I'lorieU "PHldlluI i incubi 1.bj by him and plans,, and spee',ideations, rue, dtlixcied ('emimissuii, ,,(.(, of AirriculturpiSigiKd even contains by a alcohol
The man ut the head of this coip of enfrmeiis, : has a world.\Mele- reputation tin said ' ) Is-JIAM; I K\NiDOl.I'll)( no narcotics
us u I nur<'(',Still of Tenth Id- said, Board agrees' that or poison. If you are a sufferer
hUIJl'r\'lsor| big drainage opciulioliH, having! at onetime of Ihe-n duties' imde-i' this agroemenlI 1 :ngim-ei,' ( :Seal; )
\been connected with the I'allama' ('until], and not having anlocal ,ml" of I Its, emploxees' wheise, posts e>f form Asthma
interests to his I I I.iigimuM:', , shall hue at his i own' Hoaiel of Hiainage- <(< 'oinnilsMoiielst ( : ,
/ sway : judgment, will make u clear and truthful icport duty make. (it t possible for them to Bronchitis in
We, in common with, the whole State, will await the report, as tin feuibihty expense com petent engineers! with f th t State of I'loinla r, or
i I ndii ass rataace in themvesliga- tact
of draining the. Everglades has" been one' of tin. most important such, assistants. d draft-men laboicis, 'I Ihe- foregoing jI""H"1 I is hereby any throat
questions ever pict-c-ntcd to our people and , I onto' IK iuiileituke-11( bthe Krigin : lung, stomach
the least ,
possiblj, uncleilooel 01" other I help' ah the work stay ietUinHi ; | it t pii'[ 1'0"1. ,
The contract follows: 'i i and: .. said l'umnlis.IOU, shall ten" kidney or blad-
shall them: for their ...I' the. (
1 pay Si.rv ire- 'I Ihe caiixing out I ongoingagieenunt !
.1"1' uhat iiusnistancc, they der trouble
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Articles of ..tgremenlllIde and ami, defray. all the t expenseneeessai' '\ max : is herehy l> guaianteed toIb get
I oinniission I shall pnidecl' such, si iv lee dots not inter, yourself a
as soon as
piaeli can
entered into this' :Oth( day of April A, .ui'1, incident to aid "0'1' ,. '" extent of 'Ilnitx' tilt hftusanelI 1
cable make* up and submit to the' j lirt, xxith thenreguiar, duties" That of Birch Moun
I1. 191T: by and between Turk TrlllIIe Sixth The I'ngmeei" / fuilh, iagi I i dins. ( $:\i"),0MMKMI (
loa: .iii (for its arcrptaore" c and approval if tin Iti aid has boats or other, utiliti ( , tain Herb Tea
mel), (;ioveinorV' V. Knoll Comptroller ) .cs that within twentelavs from ,, I IIL l; .1 I. (.'. WHITE: 1 I'\'II-II-EII--;: '(; : : : :<<; I
' a completeand c oinpie-hensix'<, "report I not then ,in use en "" ," '" "alfUI' at once and if
J. t" !l.uning., 1 leasuicr. T. I"'. the elate hereof that the .1.I of all ,its I findings,,! :, inliracing( tin data, _lLajM. ik, the' sjineshall be. axallablc, ,, you will start to
West Attorney General; i l, and W. A. I I'ngmetrng: / i / (oiporation/ of ;Vewoil '., I Signed:>1 ) (t.AMl; : : IM'MN) : !. .
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facts and all the, information ho obtaim tin, tin, xxoik a JJ' I the, ( omrni-sion without taking it regularly will
t. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture )-. ,d) relating] to or in anywise affect e bitige feel if life
.t of the State of Florida ax and) constituting the eali.Mngout, '/ of this: ('JII'. I Signed. ) 'J'.. I I' S. ('OLLETTE) to as was worth living
mg! o) b"ai'ing upon file ,plans] for a IIettnlh 'I'his tigleementhall' and in a short time will
go very you
the Ifourd of )),'uinag-,' Commissioners t I.ait I. -ut !II l'uw"'l1h'hall t be ill tb Secretary.

( hciciniftei called the main Iliaiitagc, : :System;; for the tern full amount of PhnU, ,five. Thou'-and niter, ef1'eil e t upon" the" signing of I the )11' iti."! .d New folk. !N Y.lny! !9 I, see a wonderful change in your

"Hoaid") of the one part and Ishnm ton embraced in the> DunnageDis- ..II.,, -- <(< !t'::"..(KIO( 001 I !in sue). ii ..nnt"i ian -ami I bthe' p.title- be"I,e'to and! the I:"I condition. It i is just as effective in
t tiict created and established In' Act of Catarrh La
Randolph, of the City of (hieago! in .1 I Ivi m a, in"i\; 1u ,.uti-flut'I'i v t I', severe cases Grippe,
: of the I legislature, of 1 l'V>ncla. Sessionof Cough Colds Coughs
Whooping ,
the State of Illinois, ( hereinafter tailed tin Mnaid, 1 1'he said ('oinmis' :i a<,,i I
l't)7! () (haptei ri7l', ( !). and dealing and Night-Sweats. Our guaranteegoes
the "Knginc'ei") of the other part. stall /lit'gin its sc'r\ it'es as outline j int'n '
t Iv' physical conditions, with can and if it doe
upon existing! every
WHEKKAS/ W is deemed advisablethat ', : agre('nuvit immediately] upi" 'i, i Ihi how Mvcli c nWe
oil 01 near' Lake I Oke-c,'c'hobe-e,, I lie. P\e-r not benefit you, your druggist will
r a complete and, comprehensive elcli\er\) hereof, and pioseeute" ,Ihe/
glade rind their \\ IIll' she-ds ThaI I refund
you your money.
investigation be made', bj engineers wen' k to be accoinplishe-d" hilt-untie. ) Q T
s.nd ('ommission shall also submitplans t" E BIRCH
of National reputation, of the physical in a leascjnalile' and vigorous /mi'inci, 4: \. :, .j ..HL W' MOUNTAIN TEA CO.,
R conditions affecting lake Okee-chobce<< |' and specifications for "such main continuing, until. completed, that I'" tt Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A.
canals it deem, : -
i the Everglades and the area enibrac-e-d as stay necessary in Board max huIh, (' Benefits of the. 7rA
i addition to those, now contracted for : j {, J' I Sold by KisMimi' ,mnw..' Drug Co KUsira-
the
t' in Drainage-I I District establishes) I result of the Investigations' mil Mpoits
and in' couiseof ,'construction: for I 1 Florida
by Act of the l Ix-giglaluic of Floridaof at as eailj a date as j ifom, I \
loucnng the ordinary water level of I /' \lJ. Jl
1907 57(1'!) and that I > I IIII
Chapter a comple'tc practicable 111. reports|' fin xI I ii i" h WEEK'it:4
| lake Okeethobeeabout. four feet, the ,
and comprehensive report be ,pl''olon, I is made in this,, 'OlltrI.t: -hall ( -
1 \ made to I the Boa NI, of the. best method rauVuig' ..off of tin ,rainfall in the, I be dtlixeicd, to the Board on 01' be'fur, t j :: f, ; / .r4-- Malaria or Hulls & Fever
I 1-:\c"ijrl.nl l s and to |provide a system: of : I \
'It for chaining the' saul teiritorte, >- the' cxpnation: of -i\ monthlioin, ' In. d' /
U --j/- / No. Mi(5
'main, t-.in.il- for thc I'7 -= Prescription n prepared especially
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gcthei with plan and sx"ideations e dole hereof I bat, -,ud. M'|1'''''it' -.h,1/, / -- ,, ;; .. for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
tarnation, .
for I the eonstl uc tiein, of such mam and drainage the, tcMritoi I h"e signed,! I Ioy ".u I h) 111I'lId'r,, of I hi -.d. I r Five or six, doses will break any case, and
\' niln.Kid" said ) ) 1, I, un ii ,_ __ '" IP--J-"iJimr'rTjjT7juiiwiiiTi1.J) ]
III DrainageDis" I, ft'jtiill if taken then ii> a tonic the I Fever will nol
f canals, in addition, to I Those now tonIraeted Commission' end,, I tin. ,plan, nil' -|"? i '' %I1 pl**" <, I -.,- _
I1 ict. .. :Such> plans and speritirations'hall I ilk . 1, .-- __ return It ...t. e>n the liver better than
I I t ] fur and in process of con struc- --bow the. Illation piou,d'd III till ,11_'Iitii" "' ',,,1 I Ito Calomel and does not gripe or sicken 25c
approximate ]locationsof
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a lion that may be" deemed! necessary be made lip a nil i. t ul.initIi I, il tr I tin
all proposed canals, their, climcn.inns .
fur the drainage'! and tarnation of Itn.ud hill ;il-n I I"e -W.d) , I II\ ,..1.1me I h, \M" your Divings\! account a family proposition Inlcie.t ,thdl l
i and istimate-d cost of construe \1 \\ eliffe, belweena
aid mid hill i'III re-nee
territory, thecost of
i con- 'mber cif (tar. aid. ] e timnii''' 'ionS I little. wife ol ,
struting such of main ImiT the sunk, and necessary'' auxil, youtsI t I leas, 111 al1 a m. and aI"I'I
I system\ canals ': :;< M-nth ThaI I t Ihc i oinnii' gut g
lacy works. such .is Jams, locks and I undid t tire affairs! of tie, household along business \ .
\wkccpmv I uuto7One
I Not(. Iherefoie. Thi"I .\greemintWilneKs shall I.ot. cur -h ill I .iii,. m" nil, ", I I tin i iof it\ gill peeeling an

('lh : ThaI I the1 1 nginecr foi :: wastewens, as it may deem iuces-ui\' at :1ilice e dumnp) i hi- i"> \ >'' 11",r.e account of every little expenditure and learn to

the consideration hereinafter, named i'j I to .be built together/: with plans and 1 I duns' tic, I Ilit.. I"'dll"I I ".''.. .of tar t \\ <,I d.I I1l
ifu( '
e ations therefor.Such .
spc
promises and agues to and with, the' i > bt dour, i bx It LJ"d I r II I tgl' ?e III" I I I
Board as follow I I :> canals and works incident, or Watch Where The Money Goes MOTEL
: ):1\\ alit t III I a'lI"' I I -nil. Ill III ill' I e"I |p"

1'irst The Engineer; shall oiganie Il.a'.y thereto" to he shown "m said'L I.. I tatliMI aliX' ,II",("I 111.itleM, t1 I I.0 e ..1! ;d 1..1 I J

( hoard\ of engineers' to be' known I plans and specifications shall besuf. e'e'I ( ,.ilmgtad" ,, isutl, I.. ,er, "Iii |pl1im l ..' I II ?. You sill l be surprised! liovs won v"'>u will, see where economies ,

as the Everglades I'ngineeiing: ("omrnipHon i he u'nt in number and 'al".ly. tt> pnj u- I I". Jnnitinl! lot i the di i, Iuu., .let
idt. the ta' ube ,, )_(' it' i. dud bow seemnixlv little 'leaks'can l he
heieinaftei( referred to as j \ system of main "tn.iK ic d.I .s. i ,it I ,e "I In re, w.I i ,,i i I llic lwat'c'1, I ant! many (

the "t'omniiKhlon'I,; .). That .said Comrninsloii :I 'eini| "e'el to di" am the land aura t'1I11tc'.d,i, < 1 InSill, it* 'il ,x rI I ...1 I i".., I lie -I t Iiuuili.d profitably stopped it .

t bhal) (consist of sham I Kantlolph I| within' saiel Iliamatrc' Ii-tnct) s.i faiI i-I, t tin i. .tI mtil t In. aark, nf -:1d I / yi

. who shall be Cuaiiman: MarI I I l as I thesame' |puny/ he aeceimpishedwithout < 'arum-nor i i has I Lei n hm-lii} "d and The proper way to begin u by starting a Bank i % 7r

shall (O. Leighton, representing the J. r1,,:sorting to pumping' t the- i.i nntli-d li. II" I Ca: .:ml .mil .ic (it'ph'1!

C.! White Engineering Corporation, 'j I water. fiom the land, and that will be In.' !the, I;0''Hid Account here right now. Get your Bank

and Edmund T. Perkins. :I :sufficient to Relieve the lands aforesaid lllIh.: : In eon-lele, l ution of the, _._ book today. Even if your first deposit is oqly 313

Second. The said Commission shall of all surface water, but the said premises" thc Hoard hereby promisesi dollar IT WILL GROW.

e ,,:' '. .- procure and study all data facts, i it in* reports shall not deal particularly] i and) {Agrees to and with the said Engi- a is going pretty' early; the

t (I ( formation and physical\ conditions affecting -I, with minor subdivisions of land Farm miter to pay !said engmeef the sum of, other u pretty girlie .going!

:'- "':W. tk;'J\::?\: .:.. Lake Okcechobee, the Everglades : ditches are not to conic within. '> tho LSiven Thousand'! Five Hundred, Dollars '; STATE BANK J OFKISRIM !

;; and all territory embraced in purview or scope of said reports The r(8t,5flOOO)7( ) upon the receipt by the i "Where are going

said Drainage District by personal re- said Commission in addition to repolling -. skid: (I'oaiel: of the" guarantee herein- you

connoisance of the. territory enibraced I on the necessaix" >-\ 'tC'1II) efMI.mi l I. fore. lefeirtd' to, to 1 be, furnished by' 1 I I I M I KK I My pretty Maid ?"

by Lake Okeechobc'e1) the Kveiglueles: I (canals as hernia pioviled' ,hill tin, ,ml d I t d. V\hitc, I;nginceiing' Col "To the Quality Market Sir.''

and their water sheds, and shall make make a supple'me.nt td: i "port ce>\'.', 11Ig' '" altiott.mil' : its approval of this

I : Such investigations concerning the : the. lalelal ("aids, llieesh.lix, te, t tI". i-n) .i me'HI. and in addition to said C.M"ital $00XMX( ( ) She said

. rainfall, runoff and c\apoiation from : c omplc'tion of( till' \"-te" inI sum the Board agreeto' pay to tat :Surplus,, ,0,000.00( ( ) Depositor's' Security: $1 3000000Office

r, such water sheds as may l hi. lutes: I Foulh( I The I said) ( 'ommi-sion' hall Saul Kngiiie-er all expenses that may The Maid in questionWas

p to the making of the -.' to be l , i and Director.
sary report rims a intp mule of the tie a >t uiruem cd hy him and! "said ( ommissie .

.I. herein eontemplate-d That "aid11111- e'mhra4" 'el I Ithll'' the -e'ope' eif surd! III. ',>n 'in Ill wok, lo be. pel formed under C A. CARSON I'repl. J. M ILL, Vice Pre l a quality lass,

,, I ) I \estigatiois'/ a, 'iletih, Kcui.il, t>' as this agieemc-nt. nol cxceeelinglxvent ( And bought only meat

professional ntabr: dt/ 'It'I niintd, fiom' tin data \ 'sex,ell thousand live Hun M KAI/. 2nJTice. I'rest. Of the quality class!

3 vestigation and the preparation of I.u' -;I- and infoim itiein to lie obt.nned f. tliecl Dollars ( $.'7'100.OfJ( ) )) :Such; expenses -

} such reports. I and shall show the.,icon as far as ma\ tej !be' paid III monthly pay-

? Third. The- said ('ommistcm shall '' be b\, t'one'nte) >nal :signs, the aseerlamed iiuntnot to ,\eettl 1 Flvl' thousand She's' Headed Here!

1 cause to be made such further i :' facts and flungto' IK. doneas I Dollais) ( f,00lt)0); ( ( ) ) each I, upon the -

i veys under its eTrreetion! as may'UI'-I 1. I J''ul1lll1'l1ct.d: in said report. And the \oucheis furnished and approved, by

f necessary for its use in preparing comeiitional) ,signs shall be supplemented said Commission to the, Board. That
D DOZIEB LEiTHER's IHSIIRIIIIGE SAM STORY
commendations for approximate' locations by such notes as may be ap-, out of said expense, money the Board PGENGY

: of canal routes and making I pieipnatel> entered upon said map. : may retain Five Thousand 1 Dollars IMIOIMMKTOKRULLBASSMARKfT

I, r the estimate of the cost of. the ( I Said reports shall give the informa- (,00000)) until the completion of The OldoHt and] I IjirKCHt InHiiruncc Airenry, in :)Hc M>)a County i

struction of such work as it may.on'l I tion upon which they were bused and said work and the delivery of said FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH I

/ commend in said report. That I the I sources from which said informa- reports, plans and spccificalions, to rHC >NIIt I I a ,
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The Arthur E. Donegan Real 1 Estate and Insurance I Agency Ci Second izensBank Floor', :




We make oaaoooooooae' oaaoasaoaoooooaaaoaaaaoaaoooaaaaooaoaaooaaaaaeaoooooeaoaoo <0 -
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tff Town Lots fifty .t


t., 1 1 ialty of Real of all Estate kinds <** REAL: ESTATE BARGAINSto: five hundred


aa dollars each.
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work and Insur..
SUBURBAN HOME; good house and other buildings, just outside City Limits. Twenty o Large tracts of


ance.' Your business ** acres including young grove. Purchaser may toke everything on the place ex- o prairie and timber -

i ', is solicited. cept household goods for $2200.00 cash. This includes a good cow andsome A
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other stock also some farming implements. : lands cheap. ;

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__ TWENTY ACRES three miles from
; the office
--- u post young orange and grape fruit :

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: groves, fine neighborhood and well located. o' --= _


.X Correspondence a TWENTY ACRES, near town; all cleared and under cultivation; dwelling house, barn o TelephoneConnection

; Solicited o and good chicken coops; fine place for poultry yard.

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a o-a0000 + + + 0 . +. + oo00 + + + + o-a + + 00d. o0'o-0a + t + + + + .0ao-000.a..4oar. }
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& Kissimmee $ $ D. G. WAGNER ,I

,i Manager .JJ $ Florida :
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\ ,DITCH FINISHED walt intended to drain the,water fro.> .. general public1 were aware beforehand , L . c
the low lands In case ti
1 of heavy. rains. that the council would so modify the "I ,
',Vhether it will .do,so, time will tell. Vpeciflcation* for digging this ditch
AND MONEY PAID It may and It may not.. We hope that as to relieve the contractor of makinga Mai4es '
,,it meets all the requirement* its'pro1 30-foot roadway with a 6-inch Paint That 'GoodThink .

-, 1 lmoters 1 I and;advocates claimed- for "it.3V crown with the dirt dug from the .....
3V But we cannot:, let/the; opportunity i ditch' that a less bid than'19% centsa ,"
COMMITTEE MAKES ITS REPORT pass to say that it is a most dangerous cubic yard would have been submitted

,precedent to establish for' the city I ,
. \ -:- i attorney to advise and tIM council to But,why the use to discuss "it- fur.. what an, outside paint, has' to' stand---
TO THE RELIEF OF ALL THE 'act on that-'advice--and: changeor 'there- -We-have the long hole, and the -. .

COUNCIL WRITES THE FINAL 'I| modify any plans or specifications contractor has the money. hot: summerV sun---burning dry weather---winter's- '
for the building of 'any public work. The curtain down, the houseSreaeuryj ,
CHAPTER IN-TillS MUCH i I irifmore"than probable that If the 1 ) cleared for the next act.: sleet wind : '--'- -
freezing and rain and coritin
DISCUSSED QUESTION.The ------ ----- _-. - - ......,.,... ...".... -r ..-... --- ally'changing
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AMOR C. DRACH, A. M., year
committee appointed by the of Bureau of Ani- I
Representative I
Council to examine the ditch with a Tick Eradication -mat I Industry |In Florida. co- '- 'J, These are the conditions, ,under'n
operating with State Board of
view to ascertaining whether or not ,
I Health which. MASTIC Paints make good.
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the contract( had been complied withr .
made* the following report to the I ,
They stand the test of time so well
Council at its meeting Monday night: The only reason that cattle are now and dairy products in the State of ,
seen throughout the State are ableto Florida, which with the eradication of '
Kissimmee, Fla., May 10, 1913. the users are more than satisfied--- IiI4
live and have ticks their the cattle tick and improvement of I
To the Honorable City Council of Kis- on bodiesat .
cattle will be kept in the pockets of I .
simmee: the same time, is that the young they enthusiastic.
are -
Florida farmers. i jJJJJ J&-
Gentlemen-We, committee calf dropped in the
your presence of ticks The history of Texan. or spleenetic
appointed to consider the question of will live in spite of the disease they fever dates back many years in this MASTIC Paint has the largest '
the completion of the ditch west of
transmit and the time when it introduced
gradually acquire a more country to was / :
KIssimmee, beg to say that we have or less uncertain immunity. At the by the importation of cattle covering capacity and greatest dur-
into the matter
as thoroughly ,
pone same time he suffers from the disease by the Spaniards during the early
n* we could and have secured the and is stunted in growth throughouthis colonization of Mexico and the South- ability. It is made in beautiful I
1721'
statements made several
merabers
by life, and statistics will I show a United States, Nothing was done to ,
of the former city council; including condemnation of from 8 to 15 per I curb its ravages .until the location of
'he mayor and city clerk, concerning cent in Southern abbatoirs of veal as the infected district in 1885 and the strong, brilliantly toned colors, of
uc-h modifications of the original con- unfit for j establishment of the Federal
human consumption when I quarantine -
ract as were agreed to by them. slaughtered under federal inspection.It line in '91. It is of interest to great permanency. It is the ideal

Having considered it as carefully as makes no difference how wellbredan I note( that the research work done at

wo are capable of doing we respect- animal may be, if he suffers from I this< time was the first experimental paint for all work. Let us show it to you and
fully suggest that the contract is completed infestation while young, he never develops work which proved that certain diseases -
. and should be settled for ac- insect borne, and resulted
normally. Cattle raised away are give you a sample of it to try. ,
ording to the certificate of the city from ticks up to six months or older, i in the discovery that certain mosquitoes -
'iignuMr, R. II. Ludlam. then exposed to the cattle tick, suffer carried yellow fever and malariaI
Very respectfully, from the disease and usually die. Any I to man ''
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JNO. M. LEE particular area of ground can be freedof To the :Slate Veterinarian or North OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.

C.-. W. GRIFFIN.C ticks within the period of from four ('arolina" Dr. Cooper: Curtis. we owe .
A. CARSON, and one-half to six or eight/ months the practical demonstration! of tick
11. :M. BREAK Kit.ft \try< dipping: all the cattle regularlyevery eradication, who stilled the voices of

1 It t lays in the standard arsenic the many doubters and wiseacres and Kissimmee Floridathe '
certainly, with u sigh of relief solution.) showed I that the work could be done. ,

ii oti/.ens 1 will read the above statement The average: price.of cattle in Flor- With) theism 1 1 of the ,progressive farmers -
for the drainage ditch has been ida is something like, $14.0O-per head, and catlltmen ancf several Stateo'ficeis

1 i u MM! by as many people and on while in States having: improved cat- , ('onjjrt'srf made its first annual .,
i m iiiy occasions as anything:, that tl" the puce is about $:'iO per heid.N'o appropriation. ; of $SOM)0( which ----- - ,- -
"M I has or ever will take place in :; State infested with cattle tick is afte? several, years was incieuM'd! to I open market on the same basIs I or about 190,000 square miles have I cattle tick is a thing of history i in ,
K 'I-M nniiv' UI'11' to piodure over one-third 1 of the $.i.;>Ou<),( (, and 1 I is now $:!ll:>.r>,OOU) TinsMini :us !Northein and W'st..l'1cattll', I been' cleaned for all time to come, an those cleaned premises as they knowing ;h',
I'hrlr 'is no necessity at this time fresh. ) beef and milk and dairy products I is expended! through:' 'thl'J\ S. which !+ now denied them. In I'JOfl, urea equal to the combined area of its deadliness and cost will never
,i opening>| / old 1 wounds. by discussing'he I I consumed in their respectiveStall" liureau: of Animal Industry for Mjpcrisoiy when the first active work was commenced the States of Mississippi, Alabamaand again allow it to gain a foothold. The ;I
actions of anyone who had l a hand In 1 .. Dairy! cows carrying ticks \ work, cooperating with the the Federal quarantine line Georgia. This accomplishmentis cow .tick is the only external parasite ,
t tins ditch proposition. Suffice ito don't give more than one-half, as much Southern States in their endeavors to extended from the Atlantic to the Pacific the result] of the efforts of the that is a disease carrier which scientists :. ,
-.ay that theio is a long trench ..n11' milk as improved cows free from ticks. I improve I the cattle Industry by eradicating coasts, enclosing 15 Southern I Federal, State and county authorities have shown( can be absolutely .f
'/ western pare of the city that costivcr Tlidc" are more than ten millions of first the cattle tick and give States, or an area of 750,000 square I:I with the earnest cooperation of exterminated, and its death knell has .,r
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The most sensational bargains of Dry Goods and Wearing Apparel ever I'

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1:i: announced by a first class store. We want to make' these 10 days a record f. Y':.


{: of cut prices by which fact the people of Kissimmee and vicinity will remember I ;


I this sale and at the same time will have an opportunity to meet me personally, :


t the man that believes in selling cheap. x \

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tL. 11 1 The .. \iJ'Utcherand Representative Spark- l'J'\;; ;
aKissimmee Gazette. Ill.Some. .
Valley I
matt that the office should undoubtedly .

k THE NATION'S CAPITAL be located at Tampa. ;f S ;
PUBLISHED EVERT VxLLKT XJAiBTTB
FRIDAY. OFFICE IN BUILDING..
< Recently It the Treasury . . -
X BBIuEm. OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. "I- appears; .

; ... ..:...-.,.- ._.. By WfNFIELD.: JONES Department has experienced a changeof :
I mind and Intends to locate the

Vi" W B. HARRIS ? '.. ? ,: .. Owner Washington, I IX C.. May IS.-John ''office at Jackso now vme. This has i "N"ew' Arrivals ..

S' J., TRIPLET l---- '. Editor and Manager Baird Pensacola candidate\ '
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: : S. of a ; to the
. : _. proved a great disappointment
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I ; .' RATE ____ _- _- -. o-_ jor_appointment! _as I Solicitor General iReoplo j of_ T mpaLwho' besides wish- I "
$188CRIPTION ; One.cepy. one year =: =:: ,=;;af; st
: h.ington 1 .
,,. ,On. copy .! xmonthr.. ._ .. '.7i. One copy, three month. .,,40 of the United States..arrTveTjn l'V = ling the locution of"the "Collector's. i" '. ,I'l '.

e .- .;::.:- '- :;::,=::.:;:.=. today ha I .has' the unanimous | flee in that city, also have a candidate j J

"..., All communication, except from our authorised. correspondent, must bi, /l1clorltlltert of the Florida delegation I fur the Collectorship.
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'aigned 'toy the "writer.- -- ---- .or..IU1.conjlrea:5D1In.: ..
n'Y1d'1ntlna. .
1 f---They-'hnd hopxld whenthereorgaaizalion .
t Rejected matter will not be returned unless. called for. --- -- Ladies Buck; Five button Oxfords S
__ __ . of other States.; ,! was put into effect .to have F.l' .
Entered at the PoitofMce In. KI..lmmee.o'lorldA, a* Bi-cond-clinn mall matter Representative Wilson has! an- j 1
-- .--- --- .--' j j Bowyer, president of t'he Tampahoard i Short' amp, High Wide Toe.
will be jheld
nouiu-i-d that an examination 'ollec-
} of 1'1'1IaPPQi\ l d as
i MAY 16:
FRIDAY, 1913. I''nsuoiaIay: : 1" to select a I .
-- __ __ _ __ ,_ _____r __ .____ ___ .J- at i, tor. Recent events tend to indicate,, (
t1 cadet and two alternates for entrance .| that Bowyer is doomed to ilimppointnient. i: We: 'have the above styles in f

1 -1. I to the V. t*. ;Naval; Academy at Aimupo'ls. --'- - .

:I The applicants\ ) fur the cad-\. tship. It that :Mr. :Martin i:. both white ana black, iti all

.. t II 11.. 'The Florida_ Legislature. J 1 weno numerous\ that Wilson con who now sems was recently pinbiitili'appointed ('o1i5 ', . sizes. 2 to 7B to C. wide,

Hided. the tno-t --factoly : 1 to
way
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J i \ :,>. .tor U Jack -ctuilkwill, under the i!
.. .1,;,' .-loll \1"- to hold an CMUViratnn .
reat :
,, I'll1n'In o'llIl..f'I'I'.dt. t .
Tallahassee, Fla., May 15.--It 18 i utter proulefin giving each countya .Ij'anllatl..11 :

'< not the general opinion that the State I lenator. and basing the renn--iita- and selocl] th.H"'I.. .' menc t., the oflu-c of Colleetot' lit .Jacksoni. ] SEE> OUR WINDOW

t'' division proposition has any considerable tiara III the house OilI 'population' of nrnk: the highv-t: t mark.Stl i.-. f. that nflici-i.made head-

:; favor, nor is it apparent that the t.'ii thousand or major fruition thi-ie- ittlll, IcUV' Wlt'l' 'M'I I Otl'i'S .I.i .te'I' t t..1, l It- l'o! i Id l i district.aiiitLgt t '

; agitation was btarted for any more I of, giving no county li---I than one t.iu' ratiiami I R. pi'' -i "!*'. M1conip.." III1-, I1H--.1,. '"'- illtigelhir' tutt I -- r1DI -1 1
tinHoard!: of \ "i-ili--" left ' '
serious purpose I han to advertise that I I more than three. Themis no telling ii.g +l't.led! when: the. iippn.iitnient' of
\Vi-i 1'.. t !tuls v-t: : ihi-\ will
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section of the State; yet like some what will become of tin.imasim; -. .Jnitir. \\a- made.Although .-

.. other movements that have begun I I lint it is not likely that it will pII111 .--. :'i': < I thi M. .U4-\ \ :.v.i: 'iv\ a'.iI.'M :, : the plan, of plaiing' the I Dutton) Harris Co.Bring

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half in jeNt it is acquiring! more thana ; fact, it "seems that there I is gent! I l-v .t. irady4en' lo- of the col! -., .totat Jack- .
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mere modicum of consideration. !It to bo. a lack of action on wont of the -,,i' MI!! 1.I"'n de.'idtd< . upon Seer -

has become such a considerable thingin most urgent matter The legislature p.i" 'he 1 :S:. .i'i; .a-' -i-'io: ri." I I" ' i >t'I. Ado U'Cintl.informed. Your Feet to Us to Be Fitted

fact, that some of the most thoughtful has been out of constitutional! .1 i i i .1.! i.n.n.ittt, *** ''*'< I Ui: priciitHlixe Spjiikmnn Ihat the

senators have begun searching, the whack for several years--ever since Mi -;..' ; M.. -i i. .i risln--io-, .' a i.lu-: ", ,. Ito., would. ,Inieijired| to keep

; authorities on the creation of States, the creation, of the first. new count ..; i r.':1"1: , h :Seiial'ir .,ti ..ftl,'"' HI Tampa and also ivside 111| I ITiimpa --

and they have so far failed to discover which. I believe was St. Lucie. :Sinn- I .M.,' 1'-.hn The bill" <'..! ; 'ROADS COMMITKE

. -. ... ... ..I'h ,: i iKcpre.crtatu TRAIN LOAD OFLAKELAND
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anything that proves conclusively to I then Palm) Beach and Se'i thole' and I : e Sparkmun i is illsappointed I i

them that the State of West Florida Bay have been. created-and thi'ie t i- :.a,, \ i"i : : rr A ciis-twi-r trade ..f at the tuin of affairas it HARD AT WORK

cannot lie created. Judge Charles 0' a warm fight now fOI'l the creation of F'." ldlIf : ow appeal- that :Mr Howyer will be i iunable PEOPLE

Andrews, assistant to the attorney Broward out of the upper pan I of IVsii'l'.i; : '.: trlatt i mrnl tooax to secure the appointment of I .
.. .,'. .*" f..Io.lOn ( H M U\l! \ N W.\lW 0L'1'LINES111K
' f-i t i gchangc-
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the bill waN )Dude The
general, announced when original plan wn to i olloftor at Tampa.Mr. '

introduced along with the necessary take in a part of )'ull1B'adl.. hut the !t. )post* x :-> ,i."i .--i, Klonda'iuft5 ; :Martin resides at .JIH'kol1\1l1" I \\ OIK IN SYSTEMATIC WILL COME
.- \.M: ) lll'SINESSIJKEMANNER. HERE ON 22ND
'- I'-lsl-luhed Auburi
constitutional amendment tha.the'. entire Palm Beach people fought: it. and thedivisionist ! and naturally would like to Inc at hi-
l *'Our ti-xi.t\: Bart h. Kscaml'la ,
proceeding would be in violation came to then tc' m- ; suir.then ,' a. home town, and whether h/. will beaisle

J of the federal constitution, and he the :Miami and l Manta people, a.- ,,>u-t\ Knwster. folk) countMil\ \, to convirm the depaitmelit that AND
HOLD
'I hi' lommittce appointed by the PICNIC IN COURTHOUSE
cited his authority, but there are well as the Mallanilale, contingent: had :Sata Rosa" county> ,H is unnecessary fm him to I lue in\ ; ;
H"f Trade to recommend GIUUINDS.
those who claim that he has placed a 1 been fighting it.. It doesn't .,oon \'"t-ta'trrs comnnssior Aul-uin. Tampa remain- to bo -ion a sys-

misconstruction/ on the language, and I hopeful now, although it \\ It- {"..-.1 I i .h.hi-u'. roam> :SUM: S }o'fm ; :Mr. Spaikni.in intend- !I.' have a''' :.IMI of load buildiii gin this county I SlInday'

this of would the house and) 1 the I'KII'J. ',, J-:>( &n' L1a cvjrtKido link- ; . In I M I' H first meeting Friday night, The Presbyterian school
bring lying
course, on a in is in -i nateawaiting talk v.ith Sei'iet.nMiAdoo. thiweek, at
gal Controversy in the event the It.-// action.Ine. of thr !latestcounty 1 h. Rlogt1'n.: S HarriMelli.le.. :old aftiv thiinlerMew: ,il'' .i.lvi-e and 1 at (jlu suggestion of Chairman I Lakelandwill this year hold their annual -

!fun, ViSiraupo:: , Br-" ,t..,.. Polk \Vjin.1.! outlined a plan for considering picnichere
the
should and that is division, using court house
ure pass-- piopo-al- to t come jp the Tampa Iloaid: of 1 taili, if ,it t laiKiuMc l-I I

likely. \ I was the making of a new countfrom >.... : \ .losr.ph' F. )'..rtl1t.r. (Chumuck'Aamr li'i th.'i r; t t. 1..11\. ,' to' \\.i-h r ,( lituhleet.. That the committee willr'shautisely I grounds for the purpose.Advtces .

There are several I portion of Wwlton and :SaM-a: ,' Howl N F'ar I lerrland.. Joseph{ ugt; .' -. 'h. a !I,1' ) go into the subject matter received, yesterday morningstate
depending .1- Kills. i Sf harles t' Vool.IhFn , I i is evidi-nci-d by the following rp.nt ('-
i ( that there will be
or interdependent 'I 1 had a tvlegtam, ft"tin I'<' K..: Ian Il. .pi'i. two hundred

ner, or involved in this state division. day sinking il Hill, .Mapoies: \tan gn. ctu .dl. r. H.gh \ I ."". ( ; rtt''i. .\c.... -.d. 1 l< t. i I. ; rr! I li-ere, made to the Hoard of Tiade ut .children. alone, [besides. a large crowdof

F question. There is the redistricting nit, I od\u, \ ,' the "mi'auia'li] hi' . i **:tJ"rfoMl.! llcilulon., |-.lur] I \i' 'I'011 l Military, : : ii meeting :Monday night : grown ups who. will take advantageof

I bill, which passed the house Tuesday I chain* ,it t had The l Iloi.oia! I':.' !M 1 \ "'gl. M-i'.son. :Santa: Rosa coui.tv \ .. ., .. . r'! . ..I"I the Hoard (l'i> the (Officerun' ) !MemberV of the the excursion" to spend a day in

and already having gone through th.1 >HII| lie had nut intioiiuct' the :rt'jC. A !he' : H 11.11. Parker Mailn ii \ -'-iti.i( hi \\111'' Hoard of Trade : lovely Ki-simmce' A S Nelson has
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senate was in readiness to he seal ,,,0 |ii' alil\ would I.(>t far tf< vt't : '5nt i . . l.i. h-"h\." ill,. loi, thice committee ap( the affair in hand at this end of the

to the governor, after its gauntlet. I reason that he ijitii't, Thi k t,. cv.:(I '1' '. -I'l! wing, uflin'will I In- illen - .. ." ,." ,,.( '_' '.'.'.' ...c., -."".. |"lpI.d to draft a gcnrial plan of line, and. he will ee to it that our

This the from three i' ,. : \1",\ .1. iiiptrcdid with: i.. ..' iHiildnig and maintaining: |iul>lic load- flitmifrom the of .
changes state congressional pa' -- it. Mapolihas pr \ .-, !'\\.n.H.:1:!. : ntt- city lakes ar.pioNidcd -

districts and a congress- I Tim- of the ,hiewdt'-t nf hfm< -1. '' ., 1-. 5.5 \i i ;t < all. I.tifayctti. "I'i \111\I I :Il.l.l'' li'NKS' : : ; in, thi- county beg to report that thecoinnnttfc with pl'nl'y| of ice wateliinonaili .
met at the call of the hairniiiri .
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man-al-large to a four-district State. he tame mighty,, i.ear ti-- p.s.t.and !.g ;i-.HU t.- Max. ii I ; ( low U' i r. .1 I.." ' > andtm <>-- oil which to cook

When t this bill wus' proposed there 111- fa nun;- "pure snoiI'll]) The dt-- i -i.1 I t\ i ;Mail; I" Ilri I -1'! > '. ,i. J K.I: 31 the ( ; ray-tone hotel on FndayyuigJ11 All the 'people an' invited to join in
SIS J ER ESTHER ( IIH'I !>th.t and cntrcd upon agOucual
seemed little idea that it yould go hate on that measure wa- ace nf th c duJph. I.afajetti- '',,1'.1.! ; ... h.iving a |good time at this picnic and

through but it did with a few amend \vittie-t of the -et-Mo') Mapoli-s cie- 1'I\fol'd:! \ | ; Sagana.; I'.i-. ' . di-cu--inn, of the iue-tion| ", buta gi\e that ho-pitalilv. greeting to the
CARLOTTA CHOSEN the work' . I- of such, uii impoitant
ments. It was Senator .1. B. John 1 fended the attaoks on hibill ,.n,, -:..I.Ia ,1 M.nl to I ..oyci1.Ileibeit "I. visitors, that has made Kissimmee famous

: ston's bill, and it was his idea to ieadmanni r that theyoor :let S ( '1..1'1. ) :' 1 .i-ip.i!! ..1laiiilulatr nature' and will ff'qUImil'\ h time" I throughout the land t ,

create an agricultural district in the him alone, and got down to the meritsof flit I !- : '. -Ir, Alt- .' :} a soul labor hi'foie an intiOligent! report.Mich _ __ t,
J\I-IMMIK! : ( !HOSEN:: in /'I.OIlIII i feel fist Itoaid, desiie-i. .and .. .. .. .
awe . . .. .
middle, or north central portion of the m< a.-ute Mapmli{ s wu again for the Southe-. l i' ' '<, .1.,. : -: : : } {.0.0, :' r- : : 0, 0) 4444411111'1"PIER
it) 11 f.IJILH I J'OU( MI.EI'IM: ; the matter \\ aiiantiin be made, weliig .:.
the State, and to have a seaport in i it; the saddle Tut Miay afternoon when\ i i'tiiini-
each of the other three--thus it is I they were attacking hisubstituto to Philipia,/ .: if'i"/ \ ,' nf .-''r:.! I'I.11( i E: IN I ISM!, I i.Tnc i. 1 tu .u-k that your coinnuttiibe' .:. KNEWSlnttier ; *
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granted" further t time. 0)
that Jacksonville is the l big mak sheriffs 'Id," -,n'd., I .lav/ I1- i- .. . .. .. . .
seaportin deputy KI\ a 1 Lund> of f nnah.ig.! It i i- the intention, of ** oui' cnmimt' teito : : : :- : -: > : *: :- ->: -:> .> > > 0) 0)
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the fourth, which also embraces a thousand dollais. (inrnlo; landed 1 I "-1'i ij i-ffn :: : i .<. :', .vi-r the others .
.i...... .' .., 4'igiiti-i'iith' annual CMii\eiition "f I| Miter t'xhamticely into the iftiestion. \\ i- -till looking" forward.
Mjami and Key West; Tampa is in, the on the bill. hard declaring that the laon \ 1,1- in. 0 -.1 '155' .J I.. Jill.I
the L'mteil IIauKI1t<'r, of th- ( '""fpd. taking ,it tipalung> the followingMm Mi I I Je-s I R. (Claw have just returned -
other and Pensacola in the other. the statute books was unconstitutional I I. i', ':- Carp. Arid F. \\ (Davi'iala. .-. back Whitttfr from
of I: : East Alton,
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Congressman Frank Clark is placed ,' and this would be even more r.t': : Mr ISIlitng.ley| returned eracy Floridaa- held at -l.ue Oak I 111., Friday at 12! o'clock and has gone
First. Character of material be
I last week. to
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in the agricultural district! which is so., Floyd agreed with Gornto, saying \o Florida j\>sterday. I buck on Ins home slide.

eminently. proper since Mr. Clark is that he was pleased to know 'that hand John .s. "&ir+J, of Pensacola, ex- j Sister Esther Carlotta of St. Augustine used; Mr. Wilson From Kissimmee anda
're-elected Second. What roads should! be notht-r gentleman ia down hear
....' so strong in those particular counties. I the gentleman (front;LaFayett" e j j State Senator\ was taken to the ? her continuance was head president of the and bulldcd improved and in what or. Having the county roiles.Mr. .

f 'Some of the newspaper correspondents were at" last agreed upon something i pirtawlt of Justice today by.. Ie-I aa organization der n.) II. Guy and Mr. Walan has

talked of the new district as' having He ,ventured that Gornto had heardi Bryan a14 Representative for'another year is hailed with ; 5. 5 bin preaching for a week.W. .

geremandered Mr. Clark out of his i I him give his opinion on the -. -. H -"" a-.i, introduced to Attorney ', delig'hby the'; people of Florida. Third. Whether i it, be advisable (;. McClelland is coming fine.
'uIJ" Other in hath work done by contract. I-I hi-
ofl'iieielertfd groceres bissiness ?
I job if they will take look the nun his > s. ,.- ., M I Iry I noldHe were : l-n-t
; a at give opinion on thi .r. -. i <.i t is a promi.11 :Mr
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\l'c'-pl"d""t.! MiH II. McCr-ary( L : tfri supei/ of the Miiinty, ort Young i- still earning on
majorities the gentleman received in was merely getting to (t... nor'-- -. dilate for l.'nitl-d States So'nr with Ins HimesMi \ -.

,IS Alachua, Suwanee and Bradford in ble than he hail! bran Mapot-( > ware ( ,,-,,'-ral. aril, at present the '; of (Came-vile; ; .0.-?"nil' I M"i.--ptd[' nl, I I > ilay labor. : K I ; II Williams is hoi I ing

the last election they will see that h od to know if the opus| ..... 'If th,- g.rtleman pro-pot.-' for happointment are air J. .M. Ta.lloi ,of ( ;a1ni--\sllle; ..\ 0111 i oiiiinittee' would "tlnni, the.i'A Height for, WI ;. :McClelland( from
4.! thin! dr0-lIC i.leut( Mr-. I IJ.: I.. Moore, \ of any member of the Boardthese l'ulkey IlamackUr
has hold hia -ani to be I
a pretty strong on job was to !hr" takfr. xithout, good.Representative
an of :Mariunna' fourth, I Clan{.( line-, nail trust they will W )R. I Godwin; haven came out
yet; that is, if he wants it. There is adjudication. I Floyd, replied that the Wilson will leave | ; vice-president, I the woods
cow he has bin
hunting
( ;Mrs. F. It. " "- -ame to the fullest aril freest yet
,
a rumor that Frank Clark will not run law had tern) di-clan-d (ur.cor" -tttutional, Wa-hington. Tuesday for FloridaAhern Weaver of :Miami,i ; it-cord I 1"1\, : gone for Ii! weks .
j extent
y for he hv ing si-i retary :\1 rs. William F. I :Mr. .lames' O'H.-urry & Mr. Whale
; representative again-that will by Judge :Maxwell Ir''n\ ,rcuit in intends to staytwo or three I'uithcr,
will bi'
be candidate for Governor in the 'hI. (iwynne; of Fort !Myercorrespond; mei'tings held,, and has gone up Kiss-immee, today and
a whuhlapol.. li\.t-, .] But this did \\< -
i iimmittt-e, hopes to be able to will biback tonight
your
'ing secretaiMi ]H. |H. .Jan
+ next race-but there are so many rumors not deter :\lap"le-he ak'.d if the A. E. Fraleigh and J. K. llardee of Augustine is, of St. muKi- a "complete I> report at an earlyilatc. :Mr O- Hearry taken alone his sister

I that one can't hear his ears;; supreme court had ever paed uponit. Madt, -ot, passed through! Washiiigton. ; tieasurer, MiC.. W. and !Miss Aimee Lamer ?

f they are even talking about Stokes and Floyd replied! that the supreme .I today on their way to _IijMv York. :Max well *, recorder of crosses' .Mr.I: I I. /Respectfully submitted, W. (t ;, McClellunil is in the wastes
and Farris and R. McCormack! of Live Oak. (I'he gi-athern up a bunch of hogs for Or-
Mapoles for Governor. court had Mr.: Fraleigh called
I It
I always dodged the question upon Representative I C. W. WARD ('hm. dia HUSK ?
t present' historian and I
Nobody has yet mentioned harry t because it was expedient to keep Walker of Georgia, who is his registrar holdover _-_ : The drawdyhiisen came in out of
!
} Floyd; he is more able than any of 'uffy" from carrYing pistols around. nephew. I for another year.Kissimmee i i ATTRACTION: EXTRAORDINARY the w-ods cow hunting yet.

_i., I them and on real ability ought to1:0/: That killed the bill. I Representative Sparkman today re-I was chosen u, the m<-tting AT 1'ASTIMETONIGII1'. ; I the Lake Marrion Hotel is comingon

}I to the United States senate and incidentally Wonderful things happen in the j I ceived word from Tampa that a (.om-I '. place for the 1914 convention. I fine they camein 24 new men forsuper
The from & Heades
t following the Dothan last night they were
keep an eye on Floyd. He l legislature. j mittee of
I /: It doesn't composed members of the
seem reasonable | I down
to E. 11
goymg Armistead
(i\la. will idea
9' ) paper give an of the
is a fun-maker, but he has power; he that a lot of legislators "would i| Chamber of Commerce is anxious to I jA CREDIT TO ANYPRINTING I' excellence of the entertainment which camp

9 i is a clown, but he is also a king- vote against a proposition to raise I come to Washington to urge secre- Mr. C. C. Arnold is making good

..2: f i with satire, sarcasm strategy, and he the efficiency of their schools; yet tary of the Treasury McAdoo to locate HOUSE appears, tonight and also Saturday suceed in saw milling
night at the Pastime : Miss Bessie Guy; taken diner with
f' seldom fails to kill a bill when he is that if i what they did when they voted the headquarters of the Collector Miss Elvia Underhill
14 of this
l "What proved to he the most remarkable month.
full -
of vigor, as he expresses it. Floyd against requiring: an educational of Customs for Florida at Tampa. PVTHIANS APPRECIATE, TilE I demonstration W. G. McClelland J. R. is M. G. R.

f..1'I rests in his bed half the time. lie qualification for the county superintendent Under the reorganization of the customs VALLEY GAZETTE'S WORK of mystic of W. G. McClelland Sr. Grocer store
j
DURING I power ever presented in a Dothan I at Whiltior
receives
his guests in simple gar- | of public instruction. The service on July 1st next the col LATE CON
1; ments. It would be better lector's VENTION.The theater was given at the Palace fast I Mr. J. H. Grainger tow brothers
construction bill passed to third offices at Key West
reading by a small Tampa, I night." I is down looking after Mr. J. 11. Grain
i y, to say, perhaps that he, in simple I margin, but it looked as if it would edar Keys, Apalachicola, Pensa- proceedings of the twenty- "Rostand hailed ger home Stead.

garments, receives his guests j be killed. The qualification was that cola Fernandina, Jacksonville and St. eighth annual session of the Grand was as a man Mr. P. Sellars has moveid Back on

that's better; he is a genius whose no who had Augustine possessed of mysterious powers, and his old place at Bull creek.
| person not graduated are to be abandoned. It Lodge Knights of Pythias, held in this

unique place there is no one to con .: from a high school or was not qualified has been found that the offices at city March 12 and 13, which are just the performance he gave last night I down Mr. for John fue Drawdy wife sister is
I certainly proved him to be a days with his sister.
test In the a past
house
r Tuesday he made I to teach himself should hold the Cedar Keys, Apalachicola, Fernandinaand from the press of the Tampa Tribune, master in his chosen profession. l Mr. & Mrs. Gibbins is down on a i1 1
8tand ''
against the redistricting bill office of county superintendent. St. Augustine do not pay ex- contain the following complimentarymention visit for a 2 weeks and is sloping at

,t because it would legislate Congressman I The governor's convict-lease abolition penses. of the Valley Gazette "Perhaps the most'pretentious of I W. A. Drawdy.

; L'Engle out of his j : his offerings was his famous 'Red O, Quit your and tell
job as repre bill has been The "The Kissimmee fulishing us
carefully discussed
new Valley Gazette I
system contemplates one Room the
} sentative establishment in which he reproduced in news. the Hard Shell Church
at large "Woodman exact -
that ? spare j in the senate, but it seems likely that of a Collector's office at of the beat weekly papers in the State, : details Abdul Hadur's House will soon be cane pleat.
East
tree said Floyd. "WE've got the committee substitute is Jacksonville showed more interest in great The Whittier hotel is
going to and placing a number of the meeting Indian Cabinet earning own.
? t a real progressive congressman in Abe I passed in that than the mystery. In this act John Ii. Baisden taken J. H. Grainger
body. The gover- deputy collectors at some of the other press of any city in which Rostand showed '._
5, Washington now; let him have his nor's bill has already the Grand has wonderful "skill and two Brothers out to thero hone
Lodge
passed the ports.It held
.r ever a session with remarkable Stead & also
tor rapidity carried his Carried Jess R. Claw
job a year or two longer, for a house. A .
question The \
hurled'across Gazette
s Out
the has been put on a special audience from to his Rinch 101.
term or two, and then send him to the floor when supposed, and Repre- Pythian one convulsive spell of The
t opposition to the edition of Whittier
governor's eight Hotel is Centref
sentative Sparkman pages, which laughter into on
i another.
United States senate and well was so informed, If Rostand'achief
have bill
ave.
is would
comes "Are have
up in favor done credit
you of to
that
under the any news- aim
is
a real progressive senator reorganization Tampa to make his audience The Lake Marrion
there, and the convict lease and Hotel is on
tM people of the State of Florida will member system T" The interrogated would be made the headquarters of I et.paper The printing house on the plan. laugh, his efforts certainly met with Brawday A. V. E.

f be there invariably replies the collector. The chief reason for writeups were in the best success last night. Mr. R. Young Grocer Store is on
represented i
as they have that he is not. It is claimed by ad- .this was that Tampa has in metropolitan style and the pictures of "That local Center, Park A. V. E.
been, before. But Floyd's plea was vocates of the administration measure recent all the Grand Lodge officers and amusement lovers never W. G. McClelland Grocery store is
, futile this time. He and Darnell that the other will years shown revenue receipts of $2- prominent many tire of songs well rendered was demonstrated on Brawday A. V. E.
y not abolish Pythians
V 'i''. I were the only ones who voted against lease system. the 000,000, compared with $26,000 receipts portraits of all the were shown, also I at the Palace last night Please put this in the Gazett and
at Jacksonville officers of the when Mr. Mounts Quract all miss takes.
rrl the bill. : ,. where it is now appearing for the
J. H. REESE. understood the Pythian Sisters and the fullest possible first time before O. I. C. '
( Totnlin'a reapportionment bill'which Department plans to a local audience, was :,

k ,I ". ha been referred to a special committee Four packing houses will be locate: the Collector's office. After organization.account of It the work the of this last' given a reception that was spontaneous This week R. B. Ward planted ;'
operated was of
$ :" as have other.kills of that char- in Plant City next ascertaining these facts Secretary special feature edition peer any and well deserved., Mr. Mounts dozen palms around the property of /

J season. McAdoo some _time ago told Senator ever. put out I is a lyric tenor of exceptional ability H. Fleming| on Stewart avenue, which Yy'will : '
by a Florida .1
newspaper, and splendid stage presence" thoroughfare add much to the beauty of that ,}A3a

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1111 ElSSIMMlib I VALLEY GAZETTE 0400040640'00404040' Laymen'a will i : \ \: '
I T.lep on. NOoll. The meeting be held 'III: h-J. j I
J 0 0 Sunday afternon'1at; 3 o'clock at ,he ; III
,q Published Every Friday' By. 0 Moonlight'excuralon, 25 ''ct.., 0 Christian church, and will be led by .
4. Tuesday night, steamer Lillie F. W. Pitman. The public !s most
HARRIS.Weather .
B.
i' '. W. 0 with barges will accommodate cordially invited to be present and '

::J. ;t;"= O 300 or 400 people. Everybody participate in the services. A NEW KIND OF SALE
", 4+0'0' tOO It 00..0000 000 OOto .,come. Ladies Aid Society of the O '
. Ed. received advlcea
4. Baptist church will serve refresh. '. r Canning has
ReportFollowing 0 mente at moderate charge. Everybody 0 that the moving picture of Kissimmee .,
r 0 scenes 4a being shown at different
,, come and have a nice < ..
4 time 004,40x04044,004404000 places in Ohio, Iowa and Indiana
.' I three and four times a week and is
are' the daily temperatures creating a most favorable impression

and precipitation as ,
reported by the Government J. M. Willson, Jr., and wife l left Tuesdayand >
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C. D. Carroll, turpentine operatornear yesterday for New York, where they
ttation at Kiasimtnoe for. the Narcoossee: ; was the will spend the summer the guests of

week ending May 15. 1913. prominent out of town among people.here the Hotel Imperial corner Broadwayand ._
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this week. 32d street. They will make the 4
.AX MIX. RAIN ; .trip by water, taking a Mallory line Y

Friday , . . . 88 61 :, t L. L. Hammock represented Kis- steamer: at, Tampa. '

i. Saturday. . , 89 08- I simmee at the State convention of News has reached the city of the
carpenters which :
Sunday. .. .. 86 62 last week. ., met '-at Key West death of Reed McLean, which occurredat i WednesdayBrocaded !
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,!. Monday. . . 81 65 1:45 Gordonville, Va., Friday of last
t Tuesday. . .. 80 63 J. IL. Redditt has moved his hospital I week. Residents of this section of ten :
:: Wednesday 88 60 for sick watches! to the Fleming years ago will emember Mr. Reedas ,
y building on Darlington avenue, opposite operating a saw mill an Shingle
i.. Thursday . 86 62 the Home Bakery. 22-2t Creek. .
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.. totOOOOOOOOOOI. Miss Lucile DeMandel, who has Mr. and Mrs. L J. Griffin of New III =- "-- -- I I III'

been the guest of Mrs. J. M. Cochrane Smyrna arrived here last week for a t

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I II t for several weeks, left Thursday for visit with their sons, C W., J. J. andJ
St. Augustine C.Griffin Mr. Griffin has been in Crepe de Cheiic, Extra Specials '
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bad health for the past eight weeks, RAT :
! THE LOCAL FIELD. | j Mrs. F. P Reeves, the efficient but since coming here has greatly 40 in wide, $2.25 regular, ..'
postmistress of
I. : Avon Park, spent improved .
Sunday in Kissimmee, visiting her special sale Two
sister, Miss Sargent, The many friends of Frank Vans '
I , I 'II Agnew will be pleased to learn that :
$1.69
wood $1.25 strand. Mrs. J. 'M. Bryan, accompanied by he is fast recovering from the opera- I : A
Strand per her granddaughter, Ada Louise Simp tion which he underwent at the I Days
Prompt delivery within city limits. son, spent the week end with her Church and Home hospital at Orlandoon .--_.. -- -- = "
I phone 252 M. B. Carson. 10-tf brother, Wm. Norton at Haines Monday, and is expected to returnto / '.
City. his home herein a few days. Charmeusel.25 '
Brocaded Only
I I. W. Miller visited Tampa Tuesday.
Mrs A. Winthrop Sargent, with Moolight excursion. 25 cts. Tues-
Reduced prices still on at Lawson's. her grandchildren, Christine and Fer- day night, steamer Lillie with barges regular, sale R .'
21-lt me Reeves, of Avon Park, is visitnig will accommodate 300 or 400 people. -V '
her daughter, Miss Marion Sargent, Everybody come. Ladies Aid Societyof 87c. e
4'. II. Allen\ spent the week end with this week. the Baptist church will serv.. refreshments '
friends at Tampa. at moderate charge. =-- 36 in. Linen tan only, 10 l
J. C. Godbold and wife ofBradentown = ------ -
K A. Gilbert was a business visitor arrived in the city yesterday, fora time.Everybody come and have a nice B yds. to each customer| 'if :

i to, Tampa this week. week's visit with friends. Mr God- 2 pieces Flouncing, 45 in. ;4'}} 'I.

p J. Myer spent a few days at bold is a member of the council of his Moonlight excursion, 25 eta, Tues- lOc. yd.
< progressive little city day night, steamer Lillie with
Waiter Garden this week. barges wide, regular price $3.50 i i
will accommodate :300 or 400 people. 4

lust arrived, nice line of white shoes Chapter The W.House C. T U. will meet at. the Everybody come Ladies Aid So- yd ; the best value of the ___
Friday at 3:30
21-tf : p m., ciety of the Baptist church will serve "
., Gilbert's;
,1 A full attendance .
Is requested as refreshments at moderate charge. sale price
lulmn Montsdoca of Whittier, spen't some matters of important must be Everybody come and have a nice season, B .: ,.
,stt-rday in the city decided at this meeting time. $1.89 5 pieces all pure Linen, I 1

J. M. Taylor was a business visitor Married, on Sunday, the 11th, at Chas, Jester of Kansas City, Mo., "Null" said 1
i" Lakeland Tuesday. 6:30: p. m., Capt. I 1), G. Francis and reached the city this week, and is __ 'II
WISH. Flora Harris, Rev A. M. Chis-
shown the
being bights by our real
.R..v. A M. Chisholm was a business holm of the Christian church performing estate dealers. Mr. Jester comes here 18c. yd.

visitor' to Jacksonville this week. the ceremony with the intention of purchasing a Lot of27" in. Flouncing, regular : A I 'I

lace bandh, :.1 J to 4wide Mother's observed home, and states that the conditions '
\u'(- assortment Day was fittingly 50c. sale !
prevailing in this .section impress him price : :.
i 10 its yard, at. (Gilbert's; 21tf at the Presbyterian church last Sunday 1
This was the last service of favorably I'' i :
They will lie here from everywhere Ki-v Snyder, who left early this week 29c.
V. her'., Why, July 4th, of course"!!" for his. old home in OhIO. i Airs J. K. Singlotar and daughterof Lot of Children's dresses .:
Kraciento\\n, have for the past I'' R I .;
I For rent-Modern 6-room bungalowheart .Ino. M, Lee attended the commcnc"mcnt week been the guests here of MrsSmgletary's in Gingham and Linen '
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of town T M. Murphy H! tfW exercise, of Southern college at mother Mrs. J. W. Miller -
Sutherland this week, he being a member They will be- joined here tomor- 1 piece only, 45 in. Net I Will surprise you in the : t
II. Brokaw with Gnffing Broth- of the board of trustees. of that row by M r. Singletarand i togetherwill "'

,rs, the tree people. 40-tf famous institute of learning the summer go to Hendirsonville, NT. (' for Flouncing, $3.OO value, I 01 prices of these garnents. ;;". :

Mrs. W. II. Farmer left yesterdayfor sale I price \ 'f r
Prof K DeWitt Brown was a '1'1 he of I* I
Chicago for a few months". visit Knights >thiah added a sideline
i ,ISIMCHS visitor to Narcoosseecster. with relatives She was accompaniedby of refreshments to their most inter."ting $1.89 Ii : -- -- :

.jay I Miss Maud labor They will return meeting Wednesday nightshich : L
here in the early fall. \ brought: out an unusually large
the Kissing
J J. S. Floyd was among Saturday number of members It is possible ._-. -- 'I?, A I Colored parasols only on ':
t, ,incites. who visited Tampa I on Miss Mil MHO Mann, of dike Helen, the lodge may decide to adopt the I '
/n who has. spent the past month with plan of serving( refreshments at meetings :1 I II, sale. Will be marked in \
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The. Skuffir, j just the shoe for boysa,1 her sister. Mrs .1. M. Dickinson, at in the future 4 pieces only, Embroidered 1 ,
dil; .1rt' NarcoosM'e, left Tuesday for a visit plain figures, so you can '
and l at ;
l girls. white tan 45 in wide I (
good .
:-1! -tfI with relatives. at Tampa T.I .1.J Campbell. tax collector of Flaun, ,
,in .s Palm Hc-uch in the for what
county was city : see yourself you ;
I'he. parade of "TIH'I 1101 rlbl.- on Slip on downs; crepe and ripplette, Tuesday and paid the Valley Gazettea value at regular price, ' I I .
July I 4th will be one of the principal regular $1.21 kind for 'iHc Similar call Tom as everyone in these I' I are getting.The ,:
cards. bargains in muslin gowns, skirts, parts calls him, was horn and bred $2.00 yd., sale price ; .I
drawing drawers, and cornet covers all just near 'BU K"IIJ1.r.: and is wholly a product I I

New dress goods, louncjngs( : all- receded 1 F. H, Lawson 21-It of Osccola county Possibly $1.49 i '. -- -- ,(
.vcrn, 15c, 19c, 2\11'\ etc F. II. Lawcm that is the reason for his wonderful
21-lt Miss Martha King, who was among success on the east coaist N
the efficient corps of teachers!! of - I H i
Senator Arthur E. Donegan spent Osceola High School during the term Saturday last a game of baseballwas I best dress Gingham to ,

Sunday here attending: to private business just ended, has gone to her home in played on the local diamond be- -2 45 in. Flouncing 'ii
only had
matters. Ocoee for the; vacation months.} tween Loughman and Kissimmee, pieces be on the market, lOc

which resulted.in a score of 16 runs Voile J
the Miss Rose O'Berry is" entertainingthis i Embroidered yd. regular price. Tuesday
Rev. A J. Holt i in attending being made by the Kissimmee boys S ,
Southern Baptist convention now in week Misses Ethel Lee, Ruby while the visitors from the cypress $ '
cession at St Louis Prevail, Onie Hill l Leona Roberson lumber town was forced to content of extra good quality, t.2p and Wednesday
and )Ethel; Koberson as her house themselves with running{ the* bases '
S S (Griffin, the Orlando live wire guests at her home on the lake shore. but twice regular price, sale 8 l-2c. yd.
here for i I'' I
roil estate hustler, was I
-ivetal hours yesterday 1 K W. Cobb, pharmacist at Kobersou The people of Naicooosee enjoyeda 87c. I'i "
I 's drug store. is in receipt of the fish fry Saturday on the east hore;
Mrs. II. W. Barnett II'ftIondav! sad intelligence of the death of his of East: Lake We regret exceedinglythat i . ;
for a visit. with her mother !Mrs 'I'I sister Mrs J, / Cravc-y, which occurred a lack of knowledge of the affair ,I .
\\ Both well, at Live Oak. at Pensacola on Sunday, the prevented our participation in the I II

Wood, Wood, Wood. PHone 168 10th. thriving festivities little, for when place the meet people in a of social that Bordered Flaxon V'oile. i A good Cambric, yard wide, \. I

and $2-OO Mrs! M 1. h.. Fischer and daughter,
for wood $1.25 per fun and frolic
your way prevail to the full-
45 in. wide---Tuesday and
'trand. 7tf I Dvuijiif' who was one of the graduates est extent. 9c. yd.
at our lligb school at the last

Seethe l bargain| counter at Miss. session left this week for Marion., Exclusion by moonlight. Steamboat I Wednesday--5Qc. regular, K Tuesday Until 12 o'clock 1 :

Bandy's This is a chance to get Ind., where they will spend the summer with barge Price round trip 25 sale lI '
flowers cheap. 21-lt with relatives cents. The Baptist ladies will see to

Judge S. I). Decker, of St. Cloud, Tred Bass and wife, E W. McElroyand it freshments that everything served on is the pleasant boat at Re-a 47c: yd. I Ii!!'I 1 -=-- --=-- '
Miss Ethel Hall and Edgar: : .
wife
was among the prominent men who of B. small charge. All will be used to repair I'' A .
the
Katz were guests yesterday
visited our city Wednesday. Canoe church. Everybody go. Boat .-- 34 in. Striped .
P. Mikesell at his home on leaves wharf at 7-10:: Tuesday night, I 2 pieces only,
J. J. Link, who had spent some time Creek The pleasures of the day took May 20.White. II'
with relatives here, returned to his the form of a fishing picnic.F. Satin Striped Viole in all !, Ratine, 50c. regular, sale.
home at Mulberry on Monday Springs, Florida, cures the
Cummins and family and A.
Vt sick, makes the well better. Swim- i 25c.
colors. Do not miss this.
J. W. Thompson attended the State J. Anderson left yesterday for Somerset T
ming, boating, fishing, driving, dancing ,
and Mr Cummins will return in
,convention of funeral directors Ky.
all the of
embalmers at Jacksonville this week a couple of weeks, but Mrs Cummins outing-all- the enjoyments benefits of a a pleasure health Price will be interesting. ___ 'If.
and the children will remain in the
See W D.J.Sumner for designs and Blue Grass State until fall.J. resort. Beautiful scenery. Genial TuesdayWednesday [ ----- \
crowdsevery for' -
surrounding
of white bronze monuments, a
prices headstones! etc A. Simpson spent Saturday in summer-long picnIc. Spring in fine
covers
statues grave and Price
Z Quality certainly
21-tf Tavares, returning Sunday accom- condition. Hotels with all modern
panied by his granddaughter, Geneva equipment Come early and stay late ;
Never before in Kissimmee's historyhas Duncan, who will be the guest of her; Write Woman's Civic League or Boardof counts. You" come Tues- t
there been such a feast of beans cousins, the children of Mrs. BessIeSimpson Trade. White Springs, Fla: Along with this sale we are f.

and fun as will be found here on July for some time. Rev. W B. Witherspoon, of Bir- going to show you some of day and Wednesday and '

4th. The services at the Methodist mingham, Ala., will preach a trial
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represented Kis- unusually sermon at the Presbyterian church the daintiest things you
Dr. W. L. Winn church last Sunday were i
simmee at the meeting of the State interesting. Several came forward Sunday. The congregation having 9S we will show you a two in "
Medical Society, which took place at for prayers. One man claimed salvation !- extended the call some weeks ago, ever saw in the way of cool !
Dr Sibert's this will be the occasion of deciding
Miami this week. Next Sundey
subject will be "The Old Well at upon, his locating permanently in Xis- wear for summer. one proposition. r t i iIII
Harry Deyoreo and wife, who are at Home" and "Christian Enthusiasm sImmee. Rev Witherspoon has been i
present making their home at Jack Defended." All are cordially invited pastor-evangelist of the Birmingham ;iI
:. sonville, are expected here shortly to attend these services. Presbytery, and IB a very able minis- T_, I I .1 III i I
tor a visit with relatives. ter. No doubt the congregation will ____
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t. I IOUHOOoOOUHOOOO decide to secure his service for the ,
Mn. F. S. Gilbert returned Wednesy K"ft ensuing year. i
from a pleasant visit with relatives 4 I .

and friends in South Carolinaand NOTICE.We .

Georgia. 0 4 BIG REDUCTION SALE ** the andWednesday
line undersigned, agree to close Tuesday
general .
Come and inspect our
0 our places of business at 12 o'clock,
dry goods, shoes and notions. We can all *
+ on (noon) on Thursdays during the
please you both in price and quality.A. 0 0 months of June, July and August.R. .
S. Gilbert. 21-tf 0 SUMMER MILLINERY 0 ,
4 S. FLOYD
Rev. J. D. Sibert, pastor of the 4 CASH G. M. TAYLOR
Methodist church, attended the conference FOR 4 C. W. GRIFFIN '-
at Arcadia which convened 4 0 THE WATERS & CARSON
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on the 10th, 4 GROCERY CO.
0 DAMN & DANN GRO. CO.
.. Mr D. H. Riggan and daughterwill MISS MATTIE BANDY *. C. F. DIBBLE A: SON
leave on the 29th for Winston- 4 J. 1. POWERSJ. ; III
a SaJem, N. C., where they will spendthe 4 4i M. YATES. III
summer with relatives; and friends. oooootOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOJ



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PAGE.. THE KISSIUMEE VALLEY .GAZETTE. ; .

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i }j' 'Classified Advertisements 11,11'"I""I" I HIGH SCHOOL Efficient Service Absolute Protection Office Phones, 197 Surgeon : I

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'A.y.rtl.e_.... .... aicrted ...*". Ibis .... .t tk.* rat of '
('I I.mmslOST: SUCCESSFUL
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-t' YKAK AND GRADUATES Citizens Bank of Kissimmee i
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i# FOR SALE FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35: reinforced ------- -_ .. I PHYSICIAN{ and
H fence and 2GOcypr.esll -
cement
'I FOR SALE- 100 of fine muck .f posts I Olllco over Osceola
acres fence posts A B. Jarfell, '
land. Railroad through this Kissimmee Co ; commencement exercises of St. Offers every facility for conducting financial t t
I survey At Drug) ( V ice
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,___ land an i Price on appliCation-a real bar. "FOR SALE-FourUrood mul'i!;."" JrW.: I niglil7(; ff"<'-lh following-most entertaining matters connection- with'transaction of.--- I '_ k1
gain Address box 302, J Ktasimrnee.Ma. Miller. It!. rendered I WINN k1l
9tiFOR program was : IW-.L.
: MISCELLANEOUS.WADE I'rajer _______ __n___ Rev. Westcott general Banking business. 1 PHYSICIAN 1:
: ,, SALE-Large size Billiard table Welcome Song _______Colvin Parker
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with full equipment. Apply to ; the roner. Ortaam : A Letter from Ireland__-Jane Tatlow .. i) Office 2nd Floor
Frank Vans Agnew 3 I Travelers Cheque ( payable anywhere) '" IlKHIDKNC'B: PlIONB ,I I";< );
Instrumental: Duet _____:______ 1
1 FOR SALE=At a bargain*, motor MEET me at Klssimmeef! Drug Co., Mr. and Mrs. Cummins?,;'I: II -- t Oft'ITU I.ONIt. 117 .

1 1 boat "Gadfly" 30x8% ; lr in. draft; and we will get a drink of the best ;larch --:__ __ ___ ___Mrs. Cummins,!' Foreign Drafts ( direct reading ) -t -
12 h. p. 4 cycle 3 eyl engine, full soda water made IHfrOR ,, Recitation" Saving of Bre- I 'I )R. DKWITT T. Li'I.

equipment ; everything new. Termson RENT. gentz" __ __ _ Dollie Lawton :| Saving Department ( paying 4 per cent. com OSTKOI'ATHIC: !

part if desired. See' Saunders Hiogiaphy < (louisa May Alcott pounded quarterly) Residence! Phone

at Gazette offlco tf 1 FOR) RK\ Six-loom 'IWI'.tl' bungalow __ _ h _ _ _ _ Una Garner Office (Phone

). FOR SALE-Ten acres of !good l land Summer Into G.; I. Sawyer Kssay; -"Development the Resultof Personal Attention Rooms 3 j and, 4

In Northwest Kissimmee, fronting , :No; 4 BI'O,dwa\ -1,tf Exercise" _ Gladys Johnson State Hank Bld'g, ,

fE.st on Vine strec Su.table for --; Instrumental Duet _ __ ___ _____ Electric Burgler Alarm j l
small fruits, vegetables general F()jCltl.; 1'if:; SALE:= Two-story _ __. Mr. and Mrs Gumming rK. J. W. HIM"HOI
trucki: g, dairy or chicken farm. If store building on Brack St., North 'U 1 1I I IRl'citation"The
told quickly, will take $750.Ou, Kissimmee. H C. Stanford 29-tf Courtin' (Lowell I I DKNT1HT. I
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which is less than the city assessed - --- ) -Mildred Page
valuation. G. F. Kribbs Kissnn, DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. Pantomime, "Lead Kindly Light" !! In Selecting Your Bankers Upstairs lu Kau:

mee, Kla. ..sti.o Tiller. -- -- _!.-._ -- -- I _ Thelma Torbert Url," ,ICH: IIaI'Its : t| \\I 110. } n'eft'
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S'EC: ()\ D-IIANIJ CAR HAK(;.AINS11MU I'OR RKNT--1'lat of four rooms and Rl'cltat.ion-"Sinling for the OldI'olks" Choose This BankARTHUR Telephone! No. 711

Michigan, splendid' condition! bath room; modem conveniences, __. _ --__ _Vera Hargrave I, ,i, I
$1,980., close in. R.J! Souders 116 N. "The Last Will and Testament of : R. W. W CARSON
JJ.OOO; cost new -- ; -- J 1)1
Beaumont A\e 19-tf the Class of 1913" Paul Blackwell 1I 1 Ilu
iSMSJ\ Cadillac, splendid condltlQl1.l,2RO . ... : DENTIST
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$ ; cost new $>,240 FOR RUNT- 3'loom cottage in Prospect I E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER, i, ____
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Wll Cadillac splendid] condition Office over Cole's hrr
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month.
Addition, dollars
six per ..
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$900; cost new $2,100 21-tf rxx. n I Oflic Hours: -
kelson Kcaltj Co
Maxwell Roadster splendid I condition i I .L: :=i: 1 I Office phone ll f 'I
$250 cost new $7r>0 f'I: OR) RKNP: -- --I -ive--loom- cottage fur- : Are You Looking f "I" " " IliidIIIII IIIIIIIIIIiIIIIpIIPresentaliAn . i Residence :
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(;taHiidnimiHtcrid! for <
1911\ Rambler fair shape, $2,-.IJ!) : :l nislu-d. $1 II. :Mi!*. E. E Wells, real

cost new $2llill.() i ihlatc.nd. insurance, office T07Hioadwuv For fx| i of Diplomas Honiociuts) are pretty well ,sot in then :
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IJ(, (;i. I PARKLRDIMISI:
And others just as, good l batgainiMICHIGAN ', phone 272. 21-tf u _. . _ . . Supt. Sears nays and while they ma\ not know I ))1
( MOIOR ('Al ('0., -- -- ------ ir. j{I (losing Song, u. Class ,so much about the tars fT business it is )!:

Agents for I.
anti R-C-II. Muck floral' posfoffuv, $:2!,00 perunk : .'. I of i being, the (list ,scholar to le''s<-, I'hlladelphn i I'MVtniding ." I Ollui-) Hours X::(IW'> :
l IS- Ip 419! West Adams SLI'hunl' :Mis K 1 I*, Wells" real estate iE; A Select Home? f I iri.iilunlc from this school, and Scperiii1lildenl 1 li 00( 1 : ()

l"8" .la""OII\'illp. I'lu lung -ulane' ,e, 21-tf :: :: .
Sears" in presenting( h..r. : to c-Mimate's madik l b\ the
_; A Choice Farm fi
u + 'i'y diploma< (rave some ex('( llent'advici* \olusia. (Coullty Record the ( itius iiop I xi 1 H; ii, SaR( ;! :/( :
I ;i|1': City Lots Near In? :': to (the children in general, saying,( that from the orange belt will amount, toS.IIOO.IHin I 1 I'lllsKlVN M

T. J. Wilson ::: ::: h<- hope-d that lit the close, of the 1I\.j! \ . boxes I Indication -hi",\ ( ',id/ens Hank
=: City Lots Near the City y i
term be- would, hath,- happy pi'l\ 1 i- that Heal\ ) facrap' \\ill I.., Knsimmie,

Mrs. E.E [.Wells II! Practical Boiler Maker, |; Limits? x.i..i.i Iq!<' qf| pi" renting dIplomas to a do/c laiger' "Ih,ii'01"i ( Iflm,.. .''>17 ,,!' hiU.

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\ ({ ladies and iri-ntlc-mc-n :,-i Idrnrr, 'i: ,'
Sheet Iron Worker, Flue :A;i: Some Orange Land at a :%.: .
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Reasonable Price? { : : : : : : : : * > : : : : : > ,
Real Estate T I 4 "SSASh' N
Welding a Specialty. .. IFIf
t X ; kiss I 1 11111: E::1 I: I' \H" : 1\'S ;
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Work Done by Day or + ?
I and Insurance tI ',
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Contract. :I: Ask ;:
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you Iris in the ,hady t< gent' s ofoith
i Renting Dwellings Furnished .. I liinirs in' nioMMg so fast and fun; "" ". IIH ll" ,,
: Mrs. Summers
Alt Work Guaranteed 3. "t"1'; ..us over here that the Palk presents, :\: KisMmmee, and Rooms and Truck Land a specialty 'j- 608 Pmnfifld Av* '1'oo .
"< i in" sn< h as one \\oultl 1 "IH't.t to cunvenecnl to reach YOUI i Hon 1 111I"IJ'I' \\ n
P. 0. Box 43 mimmee, Fla. ?1'.
t: ... .. .. .. .. .... dud in a I'an-u"; boom town when find l I. < .l. H.I' ; .Kl .
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J.l'am''l. has begun picking his cull 'I 1'11lor's. ,.01 Brack and V',inn_
pt.in lies. and l ('arr ,led 1 a number of bas- ,\l 1"1!K\L' )| :: ;> -AI'.!
Itt to I Kissimimi, mat, ; kit on Wednesday ' l'hOlw ,
( 'Mini" M,id' !',.mk KuildniK

I K. K: Fail hanks has just competed 1 1a (t

handsome' IUM\ latitu, and tan now 196If ) I F. I'XKkl: : '
( ;JIO ,
I I I.1 nuiki.. tin t trip" fiom. hento HisHinum en 01'r 11'd

CrockeryGlassware' l, nineU minutes. I you air loll1lt'II..tI l in tin Slums' ,' ; "Xlloiiu\ ,v at I..i.Her

.1 I :lI.i'hatt"I', that all round l hustler '
Sunny South 01 51ind md n,1<1 a ( .. "linriN mil. ( ""\

I und i!ood fellow)] t h:cs complctc'd 1 the choice bit eif grnerlquirk i | 111-1 t rillTaylor's I s'pcrIalhc| { ,.
I ditch on the rear portion of the Park, .
phone I II I H1nddiJta .
I which will diiiin all the low lands in
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: that section, and' it didn't TtTst $10,000()
I eithei 224 ( a F. KIIISB--{ : .

. I' The same gentleman also having i ATTORNEY AT LAW -' .
.
'\ ;. four acres o( hammock land cleared I
t. i;' .. ;lit'I i,.' < 'I'k\\ ri"' I. . .' 'J"$''. for W. E.: Myers, who will plant i it to j If you( inhabit any I portion of the i| ixnminntioij; ) of Title's a
; ,
; '" ,,, grapefruit trees this coming winter. j.city or country and wish .a fair deal I 1Notificaien i ( and payment
ann resident
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Just Arrived Mr Dement> is!' making preparationsto '''in Shoes or Groceries, you better ,it tent} given ion.
build a ne\v half in front of his' - -
------
I duelling; on the bench ,

I 1) 11. Baker is engaged Ibis week See )A1 JOIINsfONriORNIA. '
I George atTAYLOR'S I
: digging potatoes. and his crop is just :\ :\ : -AT .

A new, complete and up-to-date line of about as good as was ever pioduiodin I 10. II I C'tll' n. Hank ?
,
I'loriila" I| I.ISSimmee
:Airs, C. K: l-ranklm has completeda I ,

i handsome bungalow in her orangegiove : I.I'" ,
*
'H"TV T ""
which has added much to the I I..I" nur' 1 far Ju
'I he ,stone building, liroadway and I H-.nl li |( nmn. ('
andGlassware i I /
Crockery beauty of that most picturesque| place.Mrs. .
ASSES');
Howwer is !having ten acre's : Midland R R 1I j & WAIUOW( I '

I cleared] I, prl'paratory' planting orange I, The I Independent! (Grocers; A'n uRA,:. .YS AM") (' '
and grapefruit trees this winter. AT LAW
Phone :2r 0 Quick Delivery ;I I 1'rerhe, ,In Mil ", .
All the in the Park in I /'uurt* "'
groves are | .,.
'hr I 11'.1 I tiel ., eau.,, |Iu"Lr. t ",
the best of condition and will yield C.'m".n nnd: l.umm"., mn. ih I '..-'. f"a,
an immense crop this next season, in 1 I
fact everything and everybody over i Wooster Summer SchoolJune II-II] ('IIAI
here are in splendid shape with plenty 23 "o""". OHIO, "
| 1 15
August NJUJOHNSON] ;
for the table the \
Everything dining .
to eat and lots of time to enjoy themselves | The largest; school in the state I -

. ATTORNEY( ; AM ('oIIN:+.:: :
Work for
all .
no matter who or .....al. [
kitchen or any part of the house. -Correspondent. May not be tho best school, but (food I Will Stale PractKe-, and m all..

RESOLUTIONS. and growing better. Does not knowingly Other ,adjoining .
respond to encores when it ('ltlz< nH Hank
Headquarters Gen. O (O. Howard '.
Post, No. 35 I Dept of Flor- makes mistakes The 1'''i him ('oml'Sdown |

Prices are very reasonable for these ida GARWhereas in Wooster. 119J students last ,
8.r instructors
summer
I 2J7 classes
it has pleased the Great
daily Eighth; grade Sprigg
Commander ( to post'Krndu
I to
remove from our ranks
fine ate. A school of
aW lines. Assortment is large our beloved comrade, T. V. Commander inspiration and/hrlp-/
F]. O.) Cole, therefore be it fulness Send for catalog today. ; CLEANING
Mention this
Resolved by the members of the' paper PRESSING
--o----- Gent (O. O Howard Post that whilewe J. II. DickaMon, Prin. \\O TN|"T, Ohio DYEINGREPAIRING ud J

G bow in humble submission to the I 19-4t Kr; I

.' Supreme Will, we as a Post record

,; Waring Co.. this testimonial of our high esteemof I
Trading t lj81t
a comrade who was ever faithfulto fiiTlrtl ,Pt my house
wi
l
a duty and solicitous for the good J. W. ThompsonFUNERAL ( } ) cc lied! ;ior and
of our order. I

Resolved that we extend to his fam- DIRECTOR Solisfactioti ( "

((1 __ ,' ily, the aR uranceofour sympathy, thata
.. andLICENSED
copy of these resolutions be sent to

\ them and to the press for publcation.That EMBALMER Louis
they be spread upon the minuses
Glassware of the Post and that the Post charter Op poult,i Can ri IKMJM., '
Crockery Morris
: be draped in mourning for thirty days.T. KISSIMMEE. fI''ltll'Ar. 20'f Branch Ave., BirraiB

M. Murphy, of DarrmgBros. :
0 II M. Porter, New Orleans, La.

L. II Cohoon, H. .lItN'UNII ,
? wm,111AJENKINS '
i il I Committee. antFLOit1DA L} '

,, & WOODIIAMSURVr.YOKS I Strawberries and
Neither protest nor reason will be
; ___ .. _____ __ u_ __________I ___________ ____ likely to effect much against the Wilson ; I If' ,

tariff bill in the house. The Kissimmee Ref. lttcNatlgBk. will B' buy i
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MAY C IMS
RIDAY. ,
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THE JCISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. fAQ7, _
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Klsslmmee -- ----r.-- '" _,. .... .t,
the askine.tb! Board to.meL No. 1. St. Cloud Florid, havlngr-; been Ir' :
fniceedlDgsvof lome'provtaloDII for t.h\) support of Mrl Proceedings of \ oetrd. th.. Board.\upon ipotlon- dUly.econdd. il
1
; S..M. McClelland and family was pro- preceded \tot, canvas. cam
8ented and and found a* follow.lCI6ETIF1CATE )\
read In open Boa 'd; same OF INSPECTORS AND

; County Commissioners being laid over' the School Board CLERK OF SPECIAL, TAX.

The Board passed resolution r.. School District County No.of 1. OaGeola.We 81 Cloud.. Florida,
,
queltlng'Senator Arthur Donegan ,th. undersIgned, Inspectors r.,1No. ? .a I
and Bepreaentative 11.. Clay Stanford Clerk l of. Bp.oialTaZ School t
Fla. May 5 :1913. to- pall a bill I. County of Oiceola, Slat of Flqrda .....4-
Kissimmee, { permitting the county The Board of Public Instruction met do hereby certify that the election
Hoard of County Commissioners commissioners of Osceola'county to held In Special Tax School DIstrict No.
The nd for Osceola County Florida appoint a civil engineer at a salary In'regular session i there being presentW. I. on the 18th day of April. A. D. 1811.

-ln the above mentioneJate not to exceed 1800.00 C DaIs, Chairman; George W. at Bt. Cloud. Florida, pursuant to law 1
d on per year. "e did canv_. the vote cast at *aid
r thero being present, E, L. Les- Pistol bond of C. F. Outlaw, with Overstrpet,. and W. W., Chandler; also I election for the person to fill the of-

'? '?. V rii terA. F.' Bass. O. R.V ; M. Katz and R. L. Farmer as sureties. W. 3, .Sears, Superintendent.The Ice canvass hereinafter. the vole apeclflvd.cast In and said.further.to election -. .: I'

\V F. Walker, Commissioners was examined and approved. minutes of the last meetingwere I ; for maximum number of mills of
1 Sears, County Attorney, and J. Pistol bondj0f Ralph Wright with L district tax to be collected annyally
J. Clerk and Auditor. W. j. G. S. Clark read and approved. .. II (or the two next succeeding; years, and '"
as sureties .
overt the vote cast at said election were a*
- 'TIie minutes -of the last meeting was examined...and_approved, __ _S.7 J* LupferjountTreaeurerjo., . t91 lows:

.,ere read and approved. Pistol bond of D. 3. Johnson, with ported as follows: v 1 Votus.C. S. cooper received --Sixty-nine-: ) -

Hon tF.. Prevatt appeared'before R. S. Floyd and J. H. Smith as sure To the Honorable Board of Fuglic Instruction : J. 0. McNew received Thirty-seven> I

Hoard in behalf of Mr. LuciusklbY' ties, was examined and approved.: i (37) vote
in and for Osceola County, K. O. Farrl'received Thirty-nine (caD) I
: who is at present time servntence I Notary public bond of Miss Bessie -

( "' from the County Court L. Stute with W; B. Crawford and I herewith tender my report ,a8 votes.K. a. "'Idrig received Fifty-seven I I

f g('p..reo1u i County, with the Florida'. Pat Johnston as sureties, was examined Treasurer of Osceola County for the 57) vote '

,l Inc <* :Mr. Prevatt .stated that ,Mr' I and approved. month of April, A. D. 1913.iKMOIIAI. vote.Dr. J. IX Chunn received One (1) II

agreed * the The following bills M. I-ouKhty received One I I
/tickle'nas' pay ne- were examined, ( N('IIOOL, "KUN1 A. (1) vote.
for his release approved and "'. N. Gainer received Seven ((7)
andk
.iuMin amount warrants
ordered
To lialance from lust. report --,4886 80 votes. I
th, commissioners to make an 'I drawn: To Amount reed from Compt'January Thrqwn Out received Two ((2) votes.I 37 Summer Citrus Fertilizing

tf . have him released; after disUIU 1 M 'I.. '"."! .> <""mmlHHlon .- S 4 00 To Amount, Rt-dt. __ _______n__ 44 FIt TAX LKVY. i

() ,;' \die matter the Board A.!\... KHHH'1..Io.j.' Com. Coin unit anil I 1011..,ag.. r. do It. K. Tax ncil.from_ - --___uu Compt._____ 1660 93 (29)T11HI2K votes.TWO mills received Twenty-nine Practically all growers agree that the "Fruit & Vine" type fertilizer I

d V ,till'| < ounty, Attorney to instruct-I, i > It. HIIHH. (Com and mill-am---mlli-awi-.. IS fl ((Mi idV To Ainuunt r.,cd. from. W. J.l4UiIt mill received Klvi* ((6) votes. makes the mOAt deirallesiscd fruit and fives it the finest .

nail. 'I'I w'th the proper \\>' !'; \Vnlk.-r. Com. a lid inirK I 1 (. jit; 0(1( Amountncd. sale books from _Tax_nu Col I.i'tiis _. 18 00 ONK mill nilll.received received 6)111.One(1)I (1)vole.F1VK ) vote. I flavor ami highest quality. Hut there is a wide difference in opinion .

,, ln'ii" -his release was granted to 'I' M.1 I S .ItIH. Attfor Hoard._ _. 211( X4 IH12) |8g.OO. Taxes C. M. KKYNOL.US. as to what, materials this fertilizer should be made from. This is due '
Muiph.Hill I
''0:11,3/:,( h. Clerk who would notify .1 ,I'. I II""... ..il I. UK nil janitor.Co. JuilKi. 25 41) (do Ml' $911 .Bt! __ ________ __ _____ 9204 69 \riBpi'Ctor of 1 largely to local conditions, character of soil. etc.

(he, I "la Pine Co. to release said IIH Ili'lirx l.uimwfll Sullivan iniilnl." allowi-d.. r (Ml 16661 26 J. 13. I IIAXTKK.11181,1clor.of 1 1..tlun'l To meet these different requirements we have prepared seven

"!'I"''" I II I I H>, i 0,1; I it-r. Kill I ii.lid. ) H cnnvlr-1, 12 lIft 1?) paid warrants as per list! __ 7661 97 1.. (I. O'l'UlNS.lliHItcctor. different Fruit. & Vine" fertilisers: in six different analyses; some

lIi', .1. (I'ripU'U appeared before II..". 7M 33 llalnnre ____ 8009 29 of IClectlon.J. I based on "animal" (or organic) materials. some on "chemical" (or' "
and insisted that ef0. i.Iii < I i\ 'iHlri't-t. Hill IIH All.III.ir. 57. ilil H u un 1. CUKlMIN inorganic) materials and some combining the beat qualities of both.
In- H.nd some Itgi; iii,,. eare: of jail; . 12 r.ll:: I "XI" 11-") IIOOI. ItlHTIIU'T 1 ISO. 1. C'ler'k of Hlecllun.The !
i I' tnitile by the Board to get an John I I l'n\'IH. an I I. Supt I 1'oor K'm, 4" (iii' To lialnncex' from last. report706 76 Board. filIng that mild election. Our free booklet "Armour Fertilisers" contains a full description -
,lation to assist in the eradl'all" KlHHliiiini. Ti'l.I fa., phone rent 4 31) I To Amount reed from Compt. w"s conilucted accorOtliK I to In w. and of these different brAnds and a discussion of the merit. of the
,111,1.'' j.i I 11-0 I Ii I Itarniiril; ; & Co.. KUiipllcH: I It It Tax __ ________ 30 76 hut C. S. Cooper' 1':. (1. Karri. and It.
the cattle tick and -- -- different material Have ? .
I : ; after lot i Cfiuif HoiiHi' 73 4:> '1'.. Amount reed., from Tax Collector (I. WldrlK hail reci-lveil Ihi* hlichentlumber you got your copy
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len? 1I -' t In1" urgent request of lion. S. H I !.; < >ll & IMm-iifi-ctant: :: (( 'I;, Tuxes _ ___ uu___ ___ 47 82 of.ot.. ... declared the name'li'Cted

J |l' I n' I tt.I t tin- Hoard agreed J to meet Siipnlli K for Coint. ItoiiHi' 1112) (nn -- as trustees of nald I District, for Sales KISSIMMEE FLORIDA i
( ;in I Ii liiirniiril" i Co. :Mine I 784 91 I he next two years Tile Hiuird also R S. FLOYD Agent
,It', at the stock pens! at 2 p. m. JI...."ril, I lor County. Juilicr _ 21 I BOf Hy paid Marnints us pVr 1I1t1230( 9K liitllliR that the maximum tax levy of ,
"n-" the important question 'IM..I'.o.' ... LIr ('u. IUI11I..r three mills had received a majority of
.nt A. Drach who I ol, I ..'''I I ,",!9 fJl]! 1ts1aiic.------------------- 564 53 the votes ,cast declared three mills toM Armour Fertilizer Works Jacksonville Fla. I
tl.i' represents iHwInini-: u ..- \'alli-I > (;ii x-.11... > the maximum lax levy for each of ,
I h., i! |, 'ml Bureau of Animal I InduHr print l nolli I ... o f auto I.ic. .',IK- I 40 "Ml' 11-Kt HOOI. 1>)>1"1'1&11'0."" : 2. he next two years. I

\ ., v\hu! i is: at the prehent time in .1 :I. ( "iHtn: .1.! frclKlit ,anil.Ira . To iHilancw from last report -- t 33 05 The teachers of the Or..mm..r School
; \ an. 7 113 To Amount I'ccd. from Coiti I,. ippea.rcd Before th i lIon rd and rejueHted U-
.. ,supervising,, the erection j ji S I II I Itull." k. i-imtx' I'n Mack. It It. Tux, __ ___ n.n___ _ 46 12 9. I that an I Increase I In their salaries Fertilizers.THE
,i |ping( vat that is being built I I In I'.."... i its.. I I K'V To Amount reed from Tax. ColIvctor. he allow' eil I for the next school .
Commissioner( E. L. Lesley. \ 11 IllUllltll.' I'OHtB III MflCkI'll TUM-H Uhh __ _ -- 82 29 year The iftoard. after listening to the ,
I .i I tl- I: I ,UK.:. 1 IU ((15! I teachers stated to them that they were
\ I i.iioti I filed by Mr.l II. L. Farmer' :! I. II IlllClaill.. COHIH III Will 261 46 always wllllitK to Increase a Haliirwhere \

.. p..'I rilied, by law, asking for the I Ilanrotk I rani' ._ 22 fio I II) pulilMirrunlH, ilK per list 6K doKullinci Hani was 1".1 Ill.. and thai I IT __
S II llulloi'k. COHtM. t 111 Will they found they could pottlhly make tOrais. .- -_ _- _
,|>p"ii' ,iment" of (game warden of Os- I I' lIIfllOkits; *. S (S7 HU _ _ __ _ 203 46 ... when the annual estimate wan ---- - -- -- -
'uiu "i'iy' ( was taken up and after I K IHH! iii",,. .' Ynll.v ( ;i.i..'tti'. !1..- :".... that the request Would I be KruntM ,
"Ual pi 'IntlllK S 11(1 HI I'-S( IIOIII. IIISTIIK'T 0. :3.P1' ..,1|
.. of said petition, and iis-
'%aIfl t '<>n --- -- -
j S II Mullock pa\ loll for jur01 .. Hiilancifrom' flint report 137S 07 I'. Tliidall preHented his reslKiiaIon
'L"" i r the I issue, the Board agreed to H In rrank, ltli> nii'H, liuiui'Ht. 12 .mlc '1i.. Amount iced from" Tax Col- I as director In and for Districtdumber
,?,"! "M i-tid, < him to the (Governor of I I. Hiinilv.. coin' an Tax "Col 4145!i (63 I I. ,1'I- Tlixi-H 207( 11 ) 2. at h,. wattniovlnft out of
,, ,. of "Florida for I|, S I. l. si.t appointment ' .
!h | "$. iilil I llil\\I I'll. Hllppllt-H( fol 15K5 ISItv 1 0. Hoard. I In older to complete. the H. SIEVER
( ..' (position, at a salary of $ O.OO I I Jail (S 2(1i I u.itlantH IIH |ItI r I lint 15 00 lork on w hill! IH located the KlHKlniniee .

",,,ah, said K. L .Farmer. filing I Ir i|I \\ alt ,IH CniHon' Iro' Co m,u I.- !IliKh I I School' purchased: from MrHS.
1 f..1! 141 7RIIH 1'.i .l.i I," 15711 IS Hell Sturt-eon Lot Four ((4)) Hlock
r .11- I'tiient in writing to earn his ... .I 1,1 Illlu Cll load' Hlllllll-H| | 11! l iII II-M IKIOI. IHMIMKT' NO. 4. six t I III!) of the South Florida Hallroail. REALTY COMPANYPrairie L
.,&I.I.. in default thereof he agrees \\ I MakliiHon I Cn 1.1 ii HUP I li InT 'fit. ,hiihini.liimi 11, I I hint; n-port (,25 (KKT ( *ompan'M \dilltloii. uiid. Supt Searsua ,
W Eli' In.. mail work 33 (nil $ Instluc'teil\ to draw a warrant for
o ,nun i the difference to the county <* Amount rd.. from Tax Col- I
I ; \\ Anhton. roucl pav roll ._ 460 7G Two Hundred Fifteen Dollars ($116.0001"arln.t )
Taxi _ _ ___ 816 65Hii
.'lid of the li-i'tor hq
si I th. year. J I. ( erstr"','t. coHts in "Count In full for saId lot. "'

;Mi t .John Davis Supt. of the Poor C.iuit n _ 537B 111 lire hUUU___ 1441 61 There being no further business the Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands
1. II. I oKra,,). costs In Count P Hoard adjourned until the next regularmeeting
)
arm appeared before the Board and Court H _ . 137 43 HI 15-56'ii(SIll. itirriiifT 1><>. V. I ;. Timber Land Land at all'' Prices and on Easy Terms -
iau>.l that if they would raise hisage .1 I. ( ivt'iHtrret costs In Clri u- T. balance from last report -- 29 69 "'. C. BASS. Chairman.

$10.00 month that he would lilt Court _ _ u_ 44 26 To Amutjfit reed from Compt. W. J. SEA ItS. Superintendent.
I
per I i I. II I Ingram. County Court It K. Tax -_ ----____ __---- 30 75
o extra" work on the farm; where- "HIH . _ 55 30I. To Amount reed from Tax Collector Stock Ranch will half value -
p I Taxes ____ __ 54 13 NOTICE. 2,000 acres exchange -
!11<)" I hl' Hoard raised him to $50.00 I. It liiKrain Circuit Court uun -

month and instructed him to i'.mt.. __ _n_ ___ _ 55 35I. The regular teacher's examinationwill for other real estate :
*T or- 114 57 - -:- -: -:- ,
I. II
IIII
< r..m. coHts In Circuit
er 1-, bushels of peas and plant in Court h Uh____ 57 36 B) palJ warrants as per lit-- 100 00 be held at the Court House on i

he Rin\e. I j I J L J L I nnrum., com In Co. Court_ 7 47 riuluncu __ __ __ 14 57 Tuesday, June the 3rd 1913 begin-
N'ormun. road work 5 25 un no. U n Orange Groves all sizes and I II
S II. Bullock nu prices
Mi his
presented payrot' I 'hilt Ii.. Mmlt h. road work . 3 Oil s. i.. LUI'FI.n. ning at 9:00 A. M. Applicants will x :
'i 01' jurors in the Coroner's in- c C. Arnold road work nu_ 21 60 County Treasurer.Warrants
uest of Frank Rhymes, the Board belt I C S A'......'. road work _ nn 7 50 In the sum of $855.35 ", ,'re"xulIIl'lI'li provide themselves with pen, ink and
lu-ii Wnlki-r. road work 6 50Kvfiilad I and cancelled I In open sessionIillln I -
advised by Mr. Bullock that he hadIeltrfrom : | i .> Cypress c'" pu mini legal cap paper-also examination fee I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
and warrants
the Comptroller stating I wok _. . 37 00 Indued UH were foII.s approved sv of One Dollar.

thlll t these hills were paid by the Tin'..Tti-o Wati-r I I'r..k.'o.Al.luht mail I'laiit.Hup 5 GoKls \ .! S.ii' 'I t4. Sul slip! _ --_-- $ 100 00V W. J. SEARS, --

fount:, and on hearing the letter readir I 1.I..hIH1111 anil. Court HOIIH.27 52 \ C Ba"... M H l I' I _ h __ 4 (1111 l,
,ip.-n, . meting i I instructed the Clerk | I II.i in.li'NVal.. : : I. liuulliiK I I and, Il!1'0'miV' < >\ ,-i-rnllei. M It i 1'1.I 4 HIV 21-3t Superintendent.
lii.nllnu" limit...! 3l" olI. ( \ W I'handler.. M II !I' I I. 211 III
[to" n' .w warrant fur the amount to I I. II lllKI.IIII. I.-.1 I fill pllHOII." Mix I M !I"' S. ole, I. nl. ti, h .:No: I 111 till I
>* .11)1 ,bill. 1 I III I 1 fill I \ .011. lazctt.. i III. HC No I 2)1) 11(1(
: t." till I. I II. Ingrain i 10."- I K: .Mii..r I > Hfl 1\ I. LI.. I" I. 'l.upt. i i 0111. I'i.i.s lIlt '01; 1 1.I BOOKS FOR JUNE
l presenteil a , 1111
I 311
"II i <"iil,"I i ((1.11,,I. l 4'. 711vv .1 I: Smith I J.IHH..I h0"
\ : t-xpeiise! of rapturnig! the lilitid i \\ I I lot. I to.I \\iiU\ on I I'o.n I II I : M I I i\.ins: Hal ti.ItIl"'M.h.,1" l I I
I K'cently ,mlletl ami ask the I IIh 1 I TII .Mi N';," I -. 175 "" EXAMINATIONS
'tri' | t
I' 'T""I ..III" I OHIH :.7 :7llI :: M I''IMm.. 11.1 I.. I 11 Ii. i HII .111"I. I vh I aa
, t tu refund to linn tin- amount .. .. 4!.".
I II I.. I '.I l'lll\ , I '" III.I .. i "h..1 I I No I n"
pal '1\1.\ 'tiI tog I that he had hci'ii i r- i I. PI.! "I I l.'i'' "..nut' \ t o.i.N UJs J 40 'I ii \ \ SlinpHon. Nil ht ,"\
.. I nfoiiiK'il l t that t other' roiintiextate 1 I'.i nl u .1 I I"l III s \\ I .. u, .I.t.t I ,i n. < 1.I. 1. I .o" I Ii., i .-. I h.M.I I No; I 7(1( lIft LIST KKO.M THE DEI'AKTMKNT: S
I I. -'; paid, t the slicntf < itt() tot for ... ,, h..l I I Oil (IIIMINK
-Ii. I No
.' l.< I ..1 I I H".II'{ 'II. I I :'ill SliI I i I OF I'l'IJLIC I INSTKITTION.: I :
.a '.iMMction I ; whi'leupon the Una nl I : I :g;: 77I : Ml.ln.i, .Smith. H.llal.x, IN

.I j the, matter to the County :I :in.: : ,1 liii l .Km. Ii Hut < I 14 '.". 17 Ms-I t. .1,i. h..llniiii.i:i "i I Iniiil"Km I No ill. 1 $01111,INt. 'OIl <1111< W. :X. S UK ATS. STATIC SUIT. 1 STOCKHKSVS

I I', \ 'I'l 1 .IHUI I M llplllt HlloW.lt, I till I fill.11 ." Ii. i .HI I h.l I :-0... I CO; Oil
4 1< ,\\inu, ]liiil.ini.H. mi l hand I JIM-, .1.... \\ nolrlilKiMalar, 4
M .1..l'K I Gilbert;, ) '
Cleik. !
City : HKS\\VS
STEAM FF7FflaM
pre- i Hi nafi1Hi: ;
in \ i lull'" t. ," h. i si I liool I :No: 1 ill (inLIKX
.."' '. i a lull ugamst the county for 'I I.: iii. a"n.i, h'.i r.itui, .. :IMI 11:1:;I I la "i 'ii t \\ Hi The following texts will,, be used 4T6'Ii KItS XKI.K ..... ..JU 1111"
,-L. I....01 I 11 111 :::9I ,IMI, Hi-li.i.il N.. I CO noMIH ( : -
:tn in.i.unt" claimed' by the} city for : :: ;: I TOW Kit EIKltsVFltlINs Till MM Kit!*
I Uojul, l !il.lno JllCnlivli .* Knt.-llc; 11111 l h",'. Hillarytiinli us a basis for the questions in' the .
dit..
'IIIIK' below the city limits on then I t 1..ats---------------. !JII(>> 13 , i anal ; said bill was laid over. S S. II.:0.: 1 _-_.____ _u____- DMr>3 Louise Thomnson. salary.u Florida 'Uniform Examination for( : up 10 40 Ii. SAWMILLS -
f S. H. 11. No.2 Zd3 40H. Iriich.-r. school No. 1 __-____ 60 00 .
1 inmissioner H. V. I Lanier made Certificates in June 1913 and .
a H. II, No, S .----------------1&1., J" :Mists Sons llnrt salaryIcnchcr. County nOILF.RS, up to 40 Ii, Light mad HearrCONVMYOBS .

fepmt! on the Shingle Creek road and I 10H.. I II. No.4 _.--.,,_u____ __ MU I "I' school No. I ...... (60 09 may be obtained from deale'rs in the 8"WPUST BLAH! CAN"ICYOIUI .' ,"
NI .' S ',. . H ...:. -
iftct discussing the matter the Board K. H. IV ) --*-,-----. Miss Mary Ill-van, salaryteacher.
decided, to leave the road Tax Collfctor'H ri-port showed the school Nu. 1 _.-...-1: 60 00 State or; from the 'publishers at prices GASOLINE I'1NGINES STEAM!: KKKDS!: t, .

open. followliDC .ImlancvH. to he collected : .Miss, May Chlnholm. salary stated LATH MILLS STAVK' MILLS -4 tr
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l'i'Hoard, instructed the Road fiuP \ .n.-ral U.-v.-nm-. - - u _ 3 11 24 I. nc-lier. Hi'honl No. I __-n BO. 00 : .
M., (;. \V. Ashton, to have theI Si I lii.ol. I l-'iin.l 4142.. 22 Miss. Cl.ini. Slut.. '. milaryt. . Algebra-Milne's High School, A, DI.HSTOV SAWs' I
. 1.1: 43:13; : : ;Si.: ..,.h. i e. I h..1 I No I 6tllbM .' 1111 SAW HITS for mil makr of mmrrmSHAPTINfi
I k ".id at Whlttier surveyed out .l-'ln., A. 1.01.' Kin. 1 1414 111i. ; "Kmliia' Vow I'll Malal v $1.00.
'.'. i ( ounty SurveyorI I > "H Nil:. I hq..d4 I. .1 ii In HI I h.M.I I No I li.r; IIOtliHH .( I't I.I.I--1 IIOXKSDKITIN
Elements -
I lull, of cost in the case of the .-. S U :No:. I1 :Ir. '.'. M.d.na. Ittiss. II. H.ilalv, Theory.PractieeWhite'i. i. 4 grade*-mrillura lo beat
'&. :: I I'0... .1< 14111 .t.'iKlnl Hchool 7.d. I 4r no of Pedagogy A, $1.00.()( I
st.i', \ Will,I I I Hancock was exainii edai.i I S I I' No 4 7(1( ((144N 7lI-i" 101: ,i-/.alM-t h .\1111111" ". Malaii '> LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS

,i|'|'''0\ (.(.d.I r I .- ,s 1 I'0..1 f. 7lT.IX !' i I. .1.. In i Hi'hool I :No: I till; onMlHH Arithmetic ii ne's Progressive KVKIlYTIIINf!: ; FOH TIIK

I lull. of cost. in the case of :Mack Cllll.'l. t.ll'' H .11,11" I Hlll.HIMl. $:."., tIll' : JUHlitia.. hool Safford.No; 1 H.llalt.ntli.i .> 40) (MlMHM Book III. A, 41c.CrammarIlyde's. 8AVMIIWrlta . -
-.i., t..01 l ..11..1 .111.1 1 Jl'l.''ll'l .\11'" oil II li. l- < I
I'utti t, i was examined and appro\'(',! ,i. i i..l : | I Cora, I lf :M.ilninalaty i 2-Book coursein for 1 1Prlce
l I. 1 bill of 1. II. for I..h. t Hi'liool No 10: HII nil
Ingram pris01. T.lI. '..11. I .till, H I'I'11 T.I.V, I I"I-p.II" I Hi..low' I I'm! I i' N ( ''' ''''''K. Halary English, No. 2, SSBI! 4f( c. .# \
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i wa1- examined and upprod. I il I t ml I olli-vl.-d I l.ii.li.-r school t No IK; -Ml nnMIH .

I hi', Itoaid,l instructed the Clerk to Tin. t. ,I... Inu Jio' 'turtli., i i I".III"HH toI : I l.aui.1 1..-.'. Halaiv' I Icin-hi, r History-Our Republic SSBI), fiJic. 4 :

H'HiiiiM'i i i for I bids on a house to he I 1..1..1." ,i tin- H..Mid., in.ill..11\ fur ndjouiiiiii.nl Ill Ii ,,,.1 Nu; I IB'; 5d (IIIAtSSi'lili Florida History Bennett and Bre- I ,
Halal, -
w a* "...ri and\ Hcrnmli'd. :MIH Laura > -
'I. "ii the poor farm, for the uccom- ; I hi'li'iipon, t I h. Hoiird Hiijourni'il, tiiin.I I..nil.-I ...-It.,..l :-0.. I Id 50 (MlHNH vard'", A, 54c. .4
I ,,. :11 I ri.-.la I )..,,IIIII.! -. Halar.ti'iKlier .
niii'latiun of the county\ paupers; said l I .,,,.tiIi, at thi-lr 'xl Kill.11 I 111.- t- \ Civil Government-James and San-
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In Jnn.' Hchool. No; in r.o. (MIIIHH ?
ho'i IIIK
I'll be 14xiiy:.! with a stack chimni' I .1 I ilVKItSTHKKT.. Irk il Lilllc l>ultHiilar> .tcaihi't. ford's Our Government SSBD GOc.
\ in center and a veranda on the .,'li.l I :-0.. 16 _ 50 ("IIItins a"
ftoi't' 'Id 1d I Ills I Ills ,-r. $.III.I. > ttachcrHilioiil Civil Government-Yocum's, E. O.
( and to have doors, \ ,
necessary 5(1( 00 -
I N. I 16 ,
THE: RESCUEOon't : - -
al'l i uimlowH. for the comfort of saidp5IIii.I GO TO MlHS Z.... Seiwcll.I I- Halaitt'Hilwr i > Painter & Co., Deland. The price ofYocum's

) Hchool No. 21 u 41) 11(1IIHH Civil Government has been '
:tt.tJ.:
I : IteHHle 1l.dgs, salary. : .:t ttUU -
A communication) signed by a num- *..,.',l.r' M..hnn'Io" 1M" 4R.- Ifl- reduced from its former price of $1.00to
!*.. .if Follow Hoard, of I'ubltc i : IliHt.;; ItrevartlCo. I }
the citizens of St. Cloud and Wait 'till It's too Late-- .1 80c.GeographyFrye's.
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t%* l.lne pupils '- u n 53 7
I of Kin immfc I.1""IIII'n'a"' '" & l.lKlit. ,
the Example a Higher Geog- I
I'lfint. water rent _ _ n 27 50 : CONSOLIDATEDTITLE ,. '
Citizen. I31: Martin.. tuniiiK 2 pianos.Hdiiiol raphy, G, 88c.AKricultureDuggar's. -
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No. 1 _ _- nu _ 10 00''
i >".....,111 Hardware Co.. suppliessehiiol Agriculture :>
I . N.,. I h _ u_ .- 50
Desirable Ten J 1. Overstreet.. I Clerk. recordIIIK for So. Schools, SSBD, 60c. : fti'

I Rescue the aching back.If deeds. h h h _ 3 3d Physiology-Ritchie's Human Physiology : CO.
l' I. llund" Com Tax ('oil- S. ;
it keeps on aching trouble nay S I I' No; 1 ___ _ _ _ 16 22 SSBD! GOc. .
C 1. Handy., Com Tax Coll S .
.,'ome. S ltN.t2 329 Compositionlluntington's Elements .

and Twenty Often it indicates kidney weakness.If C I. Hand', Com Tux. Coll. S. of Composition SSBD, GOc. MAKES ABSTRACTS AND GUARANTEES TITLES
HI'' N. 3 5 84 '
you neglect the kidney's warning <' 1, Ha ,,d> Com Tax. ......11. S. Reading-Any text.
S l II No; 4 __ _ I 15 63 .
disord..rs.This u '
Look out for urinary C I. Handx., Com Tux. Coll S. Physical Geography MaurySimond's. -, If:: Special attention given Sub-Division and Colonization

Kissimmee Citizen will: show S H' N. fi _- ___ I 72 A $1.20.OrthographyAswell's. =
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Acre Mis' June 1. I liekitsltt I ,. salary. '{ Propositions. '.
TractsFor you how to RO to the rescue. telliher l sehool N. I 12 p __ 511 Oil New Cen- y's'

L. Seaver Kissimmee. f'la., Miss l.t.'ssie Hay*'. salaryteiliher ::::a; Offices in Osceola DeSoto and Lee Counties.I
Mrs. R.
,\ sc-houl No. 14 __ ____ 40 00 tury Speljer, SSBD, 18c. .
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"Backache caused me a Rioal' It !M I':\ an. 1'rln. Sup school Books marked "A" be .1.2' ,
says : No I h - __ -t ___ 4 24 may gotten I Our Abstracts are the Most Complete to be Obtained t : -
Trucking and Fruit Grow- ):
deal of suffering and there was a sore It .1' ocjulnn.; : : paint:: IIIK and from the Aberittt tthh hh hs.atSNMII .l *r ;,
laillr sehool No. 7 68 55
ing. Our land extends from ness through my loins that made it C \V (Srlflln.: Cert, lint of u voters - from the American Book Co., AtlantaGa. : : r l':
t.; <--.+>:-. ++
also S S. I P No I 15 00
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for to stoop. wa -- nUh
very hard me > .; "G" from Ginn & Co., AtlantaGa.
city limits to Orlando. K isa Kh.8Inllll.'all. Gaxetlc.
nearly
bothered by the kidney secretions! and Printing and IIUII----------- 20 50 : :i OFFICERS" 1
.1 \.' ITeiitls school No.7 ,'h 3 BO
Only $30 per acre. I slept) so poorly that when I got Ill J L.. utton.,. janitor and sup.Hclmol When thought advisable, book

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N. 16 24 20
all tired out. uh -
:tt'trms in the morning, I was Wurlnx; TraIling Co suppliesschool have been chosen from the list adopted P. A. VANS AGNEW. President .

!'f"... : $2 per acre cash and $2. I Doan's Kidney Tills, -procured at the No. 7 unh _- __ _ 49 10 by the State Uniform Text Boo,

L J..r acre monthly. Kissimmee Drug Co., gave me relief Citizens on Bank warrants of Klsslmmee.Int __ Uhuh. 40 00 Commission. I LEWIS O'BRY AN'. Vice-Presldent
:
!Miss Emma Yowell. .
salaryteacher
WRITE FOR BOOKLET from these troubles and restoreJ me school No. I ___h_ 6 00 W. N. SHEATS, W. B. CRAWFORD, Secy.-Treas.
K. U. Johnston Atty.. purchase
to good health. State Supt. Public Instruction
lot 4. school No. 1 ___u___ 215 00
For sale by all dealers. Price &0l'e"1ts. The returns of Sub School District
NOTICE TO CONTRA<;TOR8 oooooo
Fostei-Milburn Co., Buffalo, '. I
-- --r"= Board of County CommlBBloneri
McKOYLand New York, sole agents for the United ofT Oaceola County will receive bids: 01a
Directors in Osceola DeSoto
and Lee
Counties
house to be erected at the Poor Farn ,
I' :States. No. Six-Sixty-Six for the accommodation of the count

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Pemember the name-Doan's-and paupera.Those
desiring to make a bid on aal.IcI -
take no other. Adv. 21-21: Tail U a prescription prepared eapecUBjr. building I I can Bet full particularsIron
'- Company for MALARIA or CHILLS" FEVER. J. U Overatreet. 'Clerk. of the Court

Five or six dope* wilt break caae, and All bids to be In by the Hrat Monda LEWIS O'BRYAN Kiai4 __ '
any Coenl
ltIaaq.
A woman wijl nk of her doctor In June ; Commissioner reserve th .
If taken then .. toolo the toys wil
llach Building. a no* right to accept or reject any or al
.\ as proudly as a man will speak of nlura. II acta'oo' the livar better t.... bids. h i

; KISSIMMEE, FLA. his barber. Calomel sad dpea aot ripe or tUclcen. 2Sc Si-It J. U OVEB8TREET.! Clerk.



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VALET l II FRIDAY MA'1S
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'. . 0 0000 .tHO to.to Of I 040040b000. 440040404 NOT.ce'FOR)..'........* .l PUBLICATION.tk* l..er..... V' "
; ANDPROVED 4 ...., at lial.e.vllle
: A TRIED U. a ...... Of
...'.1....... May 1*, lel& :
I'' \ THE < ACTIVITIES IN 4 NOTICE !I. Hereby,,given that LYMANP ]
\ I GUARANTEE 4 NHTHEKCUT, t OranJJ8 Center. Quality of Fruit
ENDEAVOR 14 l ll.
CIIRISTIAN Florida. who. on November
_ ManhattanSpecial
: : 8 rlal
i \ < 44aa4A4a444 made Homestead for \ of Kntry 8WK., Section JJJ',

'.-, -" : oeea a4aa Township 09688. S4 South, Range ** BMt. Tal- .

. : Hotel Man Bought a Bottle of' Dodson.aI lalias.ee make, Commutation ha.. nIf* otlSn/. J

'. -- --- I Liver Tone Then Took it Back The Kissimmee Gazettee tells\ of a Intention to establish to claim to the land above '
: Attention to Snyde'rand bvfor.tho Clerk of the Clr-
ReV' described BeautyFlavor
farewell social given
on
Florida,
1\ and Asked His Money cult Court at Kluslmmep
'. I the Traveling' Public family who leave this week for the 18th day of June. 1811. -- .

' I I and Got It. in Ohio They will Claimant names its wltnossi'S Center: , I : .
": their future home Leonard J. Munirer. of Orange -
: ; Just across the from at Ornegetrango : .
square Endeavorera Florida; .John A. Howlns.
.. A. C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE I I. -:-:- Ixs missed ,by a host of C..ntl'l' 'enter. ; rlda \William i of\, I .

1.1 tnied out the guarantee even beyond the limits of Kissimmee. S Fl ; '
.0 A recently l'IrlAn
,_.. '--- FLA. man Spence. ot Orange Center I'
f J. j wMcli the Kissimmee-Drug:-Co.f ,- -- Why'not pet up--club* -fortheChris._ ..HEISIl1: /;. CIUJI3H.Itegtaterl;.J -,-- ;.---, Firmness
21-Vt.
i i gives with every bottle of Dodson's tian ]Endeavor World and Junior ; I
Write to >i 'iiti.; 'in I. t uimiuii.!< .
bottle and World at educed price
lie
I Liver Tone. bought a
; j 1 J': then went back to the drug store the !t'cJ'.tary in In < FERTILIZERS
.. ... < ....nU.
it is of lorliln.' t> i- .ln I
Telephone Us ::: said the medicine hadn't helped him. giving: explanations how

: : ,' The druggist just ,reached into his to IIP done.Miss .. In i. r.sliit' of ritANIC "'1 LCOX.

> Stale Tenth nil t .. ll(or.. l.runlcc". .,/I.C rllmc I Produce These ResultsLet
i For. 3 C' ..,
I ,. .. and. illI'rraaaN h lag l'lalmser
of the bottle of lever I lewder j is, iiifHin at home ill <
i. lar, the price Legion : lltniniMli* iiKiilnMt maid KNlllteln

Bread Cakes C Tone and handed it back to the gen Knslis: II ft ti 1' a lengthy' visit I! rtl1l her I us quote you
; or \ .,.01 I iili .I ) OU. an In n'l bY
tl..l1llII. He (hd'n't take tin money brother. IIv31's) family in Jolui'town.shi 'nlnnd' ml/ ,iiiiiin. II
lit owned that h was just trvniK t >'- "all light. We hopeou will I I inn- .mil ill iiinnilM. uhlth you 01. I
< thii
Pies up ,Itht, l of ) "", ni i v )tint imuln-it WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
the jriiainnttH, and aa matter of not I Ilinik! it \ unIt) 01 f.innK pride if I ,11,1, eI i *l 1,1111'i \\ (IKx. 011"1111..1. lids
: I i'Inrlda. < In tin nil
Ili I II"oIa/c'n'\ Mumifuctiiit of
:: fait he had found Dodsoti, s I fiver I the ulna I heal \III'I'"s.d. 1 hal) tin .1.1! "l-lull, il. /IS. I Illl H ill l Klllll. ,...Iltl... :

: far and (li-tmt union iifliiiK.UK 'SII11111 1 1,, Ili,1'\ .it In 1 l.o"'lhI.\I.> )h'ro'ot. IDEAL FERTILIZERS
{f: lorn tin' ,ICS t Minnh ( onstipation C. I E1..1: I'II'd Ml\ 61 Ih.\ \I I91t I :

X and biliousnt'is he had ever tried (! 'uperinlrndellt|" 1 of \a''M IU\1'\ tli'i I I : \\ \\11.1')0. ;. lATKSONVIl: ; :, FLA.

THE HOME BAKERY ..l: "Win." he said/, "my wife wouldn't | > w,4 IL N'V IIAX'X

: I' be without a hotlle in the house) for -inial nit'i rit of character in ''I"'I'i, I MUM I : tip' I\ .111'111'I'1). MtKld Local Agent. Waters & Carson Grocery CO.

| . H. REED .. Prop. \s so : in tin the Mil-Ill; i' "I'KIMIIllr ( '"
; 'l: any'hlnl;. ICs tin bent thing ; I IUC 111 Illl \M>ll1"!
'.' : .firl me nl nf the Inltrliir.
--+- +:->' :-:-:-:-:-:.<-<-:->-:. world for,' the whole family. mid/ th. I II \\'i' an wind to "C"'I\" 1 ii J..tter'. I. ". mill tlfll,..- nl l.nln>..llllr. ...1....

I" iiudiiint Hint, 1 prefer. to take 01 to ( <,III I} I liumU, , I I'a gof' "I..". titntel, lliix' :JH: (Illl:II .
*" | I 1,1 I : I I' i.Milix: ( I glee' to im' <'hild, /11'n for it 1 la i/\ 1m i
......- i Thc 1 Hissmmiev I liujj) Co. si'IN I ))1d- If you want a I ,,I ,,) s.i .4 mill N"Uj of Nl.Vt; boclliMl:
P'son's''' liver r Tune and {!'uaralll"C" it t to I nil", ni III'<' :a' 'lull.il.u( .lii'li III .\ plIll.I !he1.h - I 'I'iiw nslilp' ::11 "Smith KlliK'( 34 I..

BARGAINnan, stint the her without vitilenit It I- I .i .. |11/"Io"'I11! Io> 1 If> droll \\llll i 'lillihiHHi.. nl nt\. MirlilUIn Intintliiii to hereby multi' Final give lniiliii

taking the place of calomel' iirjwhtMe ..11.\1 IM I "l"I"l'id"i I rglslaluH.f onu.. of i ', limn .ut.it ii n I I'r"or. to iHtalliali\, my R. S. FLOYD
I I I inn In ( tic liutil al>o\i> tli'HCI'lt"i d. he-
ORANGE GROVE . !If you buy a )bottle und don'tfind t ''thrill. niiiili him, unusually l loll,-\' at I II ill. Iiihn eiMiHlriit (eiirU of IhrI'n1tt1
I ) al KlHHlnmiii\ .. Fls on tin
-- or land to grow this u"ant.tu"tilg) vegetableligmd I lli.il I in.: I T.I \\ lldh ,11t"r Mu1U3, h\ two of

] the hest thing to stint alai I > :vp'i:, i.did, I bill. : mint -I fr"" ) 111( r..II""IIIK) : 1111.l ..NNrS.
"gIlI'i
tint 1 I': Unwind( 5f, .MKi't lit
Oranges and. liver ho will hand join money I bark' ) 1 ,,"IC' 't. "I',..1"I II d"ll1d" 1 1 I and -I i.1ir \lc'h'j) \lfini .Nicholson Alkii\ ,, Fill I
AdI! I 1"I 1'.nlt: i LsughllnIgr.. 1'la
'. with a sinili1 I I.el." I h,' i l-Ii.W, Inili.iMii" is I < 'bulbs I' uiii'It'' "wr. 1 laHonPUT

Grapefruitate -- - - /Ini, oiln i 'I IIule" lui ( Itn-t II (URnS Grocer
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OFFICIAL KOt'lLM: ; IlallllnA'j ]19 rt .piioum i
"hinili" 01.\ i"lopinjr 'uiih hut <] : --- _
HOI'\( : II) 1'1(11'I H11':0 I::slainpa it 'Ult 1'1111.14.1'1'1(1\ I
BUCKETS j I I Ih,. ilnlihin and MHIIIK .
: IN i I1111'I' (01 it . s'I'"J" UK FI.UU-
1'la. :Max 1 1.-> ( ''uniaiU-' ( IIIIIM proliICni> \\01 h.s.. Gradually\ lilt. H|.:\ 1:17'11 Jll \ I. ( Ill- .
tin IhirdBiigade ( liT. (IS!'IOIII.V Ctll..I..I.\ Get our prices on
1 he General; tommandmi I I ,
-nun' i"i'in 1 to graduate! and pass into I II 1.11'1:111 III\tlU.':.

uneuunUthe t <"fl1.,1> i 'nniti' nthI, 'in in.l, usefulness t but the .\ KJ S10KYoinpliliiaiil( xsui
'in' siemi in'f. mi mi. HAY GRAIN FEEDwhich
to tin ( .hllttall..L'a!; until i .i '1,1 .
LOUIS A. SEARSON 'Iud; ;in' kept tilled and among II appiaiiMK l 1,3 Hftiilt\ll app'| 11.1..1 totii. I ,

lout s : 1 IIi'"., I hr;;'glug-often, number it is ., inii, tiled iii tin ..but. "1..1. ii .nine ,

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Atlantic' I 'oast I 1.'n"i 'I liar i :
& I'.. Muion ; (C. of da; ,\IIanla and ho have IIIMMI the work of FI loilili< told< IH HKid.nl 1<". of tin.
AUDITOR 'olllt'I in
( year of ?M>uth (e'uolini oi i t the" age ills I
the Westein and Atlantic K I K:. to alter 1 1 1 yeii 1 I' of hose gone by. 1"1)"-oniar8. It .la thiTifon. inilii.d -
that Hald "olln'slet'nl Iji and In
Commercial and Municipal Accounting Chattanooga, 01 tin "lialtlelield'Route. :Miss., I Edll.1| Whitney an Kndeavorerif lui.li\ ) n uulrc. ." I t of loinplalnt\ Idled< in Bald cause on or
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'' :\\1 I. (Mora, recently lost her father. .IK.Toil Monday. the Jnil dnof Juno. A.
Incorporated| Aciountant of theInternational Our "Iliiiil Kngidt :Sptiial; will I' I'US\ olh'rwl"? tin. all* KalloiiH of III I I
/1'tnft of mother and sister in the'' ...
,101 1111 will tic takes aa conftsaid by
I Accountants pass through, l"'>\' dixliglit I till fanxlusold Halil

  • Society Detroit. battlt'lit'his of I'tailitite (ittk, past few years she is now alone, almost \ IH further orderl'd'that this order I.'d.nl. Vlcn-rrtuiidi-nt SccrtUrrKISSIMIHEE

    but for loving friends. bo iiuhllshtd. once a week for four con-
    KtnnoMiw Mountain; Big :Shanty; Altoona a.utl\e wi >'kn In the Klnalmmi \'alloyazitto

    .T. 0 I,I 377 Mil OftiClLLEKOtUS. Kingston Adausxille, Tanner's Kindly' has been given( considerablespace < > a newspaper published In said
    ount( 3' and Statei'hls
    KISSIIlIlEE.$ FLA. > C I Ferry H.-uc'a. I Dillon, Tunnel 1I11I.j l alieady, for information regarding 1 28th( Inv of April. 1913
    J L IVIio'PItlas'1': : LUMBER CO.
    Unsold huainaugua and Mission the twenty-sixth' International Clerk. drum Court

    Uidiri ('ol'It..f' the "Southern Bat- convention to be held in Los Angeles i. I h 1 KH111HS ,
    -......- -- ---, Solicitor' for Complainant 19-4t
    r 1 tlefnldImokht" sent on. application''' July '.), 14th. But we cannot stop yet .. I

    M. TILLER tips ill Ram I I of( tin'trie lighted foi there tame Mme the last issue I !'O'lI'I';. -' Rough and Dressed' c.

    Pullman sleepers and vestibulecnachPS of the paper containing C. E news, :Notce: ( IK h"'hy KIXIII' ( Hint M V.st. .
    : : pin "". IM fn i,, ht ao"I tin At
    = Real Estate Agency. will lie operated! on the follow- an important letter from !Mr F. F. 1.1'I t ..MM lln.. K.Illl ii,ill I"omp..llY.I l I

    4 ............................,... r .ngC) In dul I <.. Sund, .iMa: \' 2 >th : Malliiiti. I 171] I AM'. K, KirmiiiKham, .1.'I''i\l ji' ill1a'(il,,.it 'n'11.. "Ill 1 1'IJ( 1 1111,u Hi H" "tv"I,,,n Illi'l 1\,Hixl, M.hI PINE LUMBER

    1 Lean' lampa \ (c. I J. \\2:110 Noon Ala, who is I transportation t manager It 111.. "a": 11 MIN. III ill .\tllllltll (OIBt.tI. !
    Realty bought and sold ; '. 1 I.mi, H.iilrn:nl i 'utup.ult, in, I tin. li>\\n ofKlsHiiumii ,h
    Selfnii 12: :: :\ I1. M. for that state He stated] that at' 1 I'I.1. H.11 it public .iintloliil

    < Houses rented. )' I I Plant-(1ty( 12 :41 I I'1.: last, the Southem: (vvlntil' ,, dl.I..g-allon. ", t ,ilii, ,\IIIK, goods, | ,ins mil nut-
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    I""d" "huh tin i I. 'in ,111,1 I iIII i hdudJ .
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    < Taxes paid and Titles ver- p I I l.ah.lalld". 1 ::0.-i I'1.: I Itln"'al'i had .been planned( and! lug.Iou. l " 1 ,11. in,.. '11" t Iii. |puMS..II,1! i" ,of,'llh,. II t tI ,
    fled for non-residents .. I1Iu I . i .. ist I 1m' 1 ILUh.IJ; i '"tup' .11" lOUSE
    4 t i 1\l"*,"IlllllHt' 2 ::2.y 1'1.: l. C, I 1.:. I nion to join it. Numlieis I II, II.. tnn, II, Llsalnun I , ,, Mi I I", ain i HILLS A SPECIALTY

    4 Fire. Life and Accident In- ; I l Ii Ian(lo .. ::1: ::0(1( ( I' :Mxanluid ; of worker arc fiwti in t tin South and! ( ..I .t.11,1 t till, ,i, IIIIe. U l .1.i.\ s ,,j,,.i""?i it ,
    sura.nce .. t? t II"I" 1 II'.I pll1I I I ..II"! I'I II"' I t"I It ?
    I ) ': ::10 1'1.: tilt' stam'e is so g-II'al i to I Los Angeles; to-\1 t I ItI (
    : p/ Indemnity Bonds d .. : 'I'I .. I I.,. i(d Is ..1 >l1.h, ,.. .I. n," I K 1 1,5.I :"iiI
    I l IIt'.a"d.J 1 Ii, ::1!t:1.: > 1'. :\1. I that it -<'tnis niHtssaix loi the sake I,'nn1'1.Ill, ,,,I'I 'I 1 I. i-1- sh"ip"|" i It I: I I'

    t-'V 'U' 4P_ 'U' .1 .. Palatka .. ;ilt:\ 1'1.! . of loyalty to tin' friends; of the other \\ II. 11't- it oral I 1:1,5110" \, II I 1.1 ,Ill I III.(
    Mh, do I of t ,s. pt.", ml, ,: t IH., III 1: I'I
    S ",', A 1'1 ixo.larkin! 'ilk- 7:31):: I'. M: Southern Slat's. to \\u\ aside the cbr-( \\ '11 I1 I ,.. is I111nngtl,, ',' ,il ]KisslnmiMi ,, ,, I mi

    A Leave Jacksonville 8:25 P :M dial invitation from the Illinois great 'Illl. car lo Illl Of l.tltll If.lJIKtpolindH .

    II.I DR. WM HARPER Arrve Atlanta C of Ga. 6:35 A. M. union and join this smaller\ party 11111re 01 leas, ahfp lt.oIC I);
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    be-\\ \\nilnK* f i utn HUHhnt.ll, I the I I
    OSTEOPATHSTECIALST Leave Atlanta '. W & A 7:25: A.: M.: cause it needs us more. Tho route elxtentIi dray) of Sept,, 1012 to It. 1UailtiK '.

    ..,.) J: / l' Arrve Chattn'ga 11:25 A' ; M in over the Semmole Limited, so our 'I 11.11" ait consignvu .nl KlHslminoi, CITRUS TREEShave

    : All comrades are urged to join the passenger agent S, C. llai'rd. 27 Ilo- cement Dee I hundred Ultiii( pounds and forty-two inoi or Backs ICBH.sluppi of. ,

    STECIALIST IN Third Brigade Special ; those from gun sheet. Jacksonville. ,'emains' the'I .l It I' \\allne, fiom Uufthni. had full bloom you want (to hold it. The best to hold
    ,, way
    CHRONIC DISEASES Ml In i th t IV' nt v Hint ill\ of \ll-
    blanch line points can join us at june- same gimd man to help plan our 1 1-1 1''I. t ,?, 1 HI.. \\.11''n"i K is Intl,, it is t to keep your Ire s well fed that they may have strengthand
    non named in schedule Comrades slll i ..it ]LI..numI, I Mi I I '
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    T AT AM RLE. points trip as if \\ all wen vitality to keep flourishing
    ( O""JL IO J L > I Y T10N I g'O'"gto' Chicago six I 10..11.10..1..1. UN .1 I will pi.ist., i .
    from I'mellas\ county. who: do to join tin Illinois ti.m, that u ..: hi I.1,1(1,11( ,pounds in..I'I'. i 1, SM 1
    m!
    KISSIMMEE. FLA 'ity. ,, sli |1'1"] i I. iinln\\t 1 ,, ,, In,, :Shcli]| ill. 111.
    not leave Tampa with us. can join Thl'1 :v.utluiii; dil< gatnm has its own .Ili i Ih t \\ ,nt\-si\tli d"I I \UktlHI. If Citrus Trees have not
    rUE >j/tvs THURSDAYS SATURDAYS Special at JaiksomilleUate front I "M.. l I... I U l I. N,1 iK' an uitlvlgnI' atISISSIMIIII '
    sleeper
    Off CE. CCMTHAI KO1LL ( Kirmingliam and we tan ,"" I 1'1..
    from principal South 1 1,101" . under. lotiipl.t, . had
    gtloui tlt'ht'f".nt\ Jacksonville! transferred j in "in i 1' 1. (1Il l satisfactory bloomit
    , nut, all
    ball
    In link IIKIII" and I' III'
    will!! be follows
    ira points as : to the oilier , Miou
    PHONE J69 ORLANDO FLA toath Mr 13allaidpromise. ] I'S5alt flxiiins w lulit iioundain
    Apopka $128r; Arcadia: ( $1.; 00; .. \\li.uas ,if in I'.s 1 Hhtppit. (U II \\'itrliiKIi behooves you to build up your grove for the future crops,
    l\t. went via theIllinois ] ,'mi iiHhm I II. I Fill. mi tin 1"111\- fertilizer
    Artherll .70 Bartow $140');. Hiooks ;' t' 1111)11 thi sleeper tiansfer'' ,. mnl, I ,1., of AIJKUBIJ2\ to It .U.. l l11.u and is essential
    .. KlsniliuiK .
    ville $1\:1:f : (leaiwatir( I4'r.: ; lip will not Ix. allowalile in ('hic'ajo. It 1.\\.( ie'tin IM,IIII'uiMMii|pw 1 pus'. at nf I olll.l tlllK !In either'' Cvenl you want ferllll/er of highest grade-from

    Land $12.20, Daytona $12.2Dade!: : (); will t I 11 ''usi ,1d, nlher, chOt I gas which 501ure'Jource;]
    S .BULLOCK will IK some less expense to go with j hi\; : ,:nnuld'g'lum i ;; i th* ae Hhtpinintu: IM I and honestly made. That is what we offer in the

    City $1130: ; Dunedin $14.2r> ; Eustis the Southern delegation probably' i:: .sinipnivsI Favorite Brands.
    A. C I. Ity.
    I I-'r'I"hl Agent
    $12.1-1 ; It Pierce $14SM:; ; :Meade We leave Jacksonville about July 2nd, I IS-:it Klflslimnt. 1'laHI ,

    $1425 /-'t. Myers $l(50r( Gainesville WRITE FOR BOOKLET
    ; ; ((Till! after reaching the friends --
    in !< \'I'I-:Ml: '\1'.
    REAL ESTATE $1140; Green Cove Springs $1000; Hirmmgliam., the
    next stop will be .. 32. l ') r.1'>fiI
    ....................*.. I Inverness $12.7fi; Jacksonville $10.00; several hours in St. Louis. There I Laws Mnl.I of. uiiili Iliitiilt'r hiillon. Hhouiiik tin Impl.amount' J. M. LEE, Atent

    Kissimmee Jl"!.20) ; Lake City $930: ; of tixiH kluged ..to the Tax Culliitorit ,
    INSURANCEExamination will U II chance to attend church in i '''C'"I.i l outit\, I'lorlila t.o be cu1-
    Lakeland $15: .HO ; Lecbburg $1280; Kansas ('iu.. Instead of 1.1."r\ tin furnnt M ear l'H2\ mid I INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER I COMPANY
    I stopping to tin ippm, "Ii nun'nt i.f the aaini lo thes"
    Live Oak Maitland .HO Miami
    $9.00; $12 ; see t the famous points .'l,( | fuiiilH fur which taxi H hate i
    !(
    enroute to Los .JACKSONVILLE
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    of Titles . FLORIDA
    a $17')0:) ; Newberrj $1170; New Angeles, the I. n I. \ tad I

    $12.50 Ocala $12.00 Orlando way will be more direct, \ pport lonmfnt of <'..unt> I1.....,...
    i Smyrna ; ; and the sight-seeing, ( San Franciscoone Nay III, 'Illl :(. I IIt III !
    Specialty. $1285; Ormond $12.00; I'alatka ( ..\ i nil I +* ...
    of the -.
    f first ) places will be visited 'I' IIHHIHHIll 1H171 :111Xiii.iuiil
    O 11111..11 -
    $11.10; Plant City $1580: ; Punta Cor on the homeward < I .11..i.lid 14.7f>X 32 +* -
    CorresDondence Solicited. da $1550; St Petersburg $14.25; journey via Chicago I I I I I I I 1 1 I I
    This i is; the way the Southernand lI.clall"" III IK. i'oil!Io'rl",1, ::1.611 I I fX
    Trilby $150: : ; Sanford $1250; Tam- Illinois i .1 neni S haul Fund 1 : Grave Covers and Vaults
    delegations differ in a SpecialtyI
    I $14.25 Tavares $12.85 Titusville lo amount aHHi RHI d 26.lfl I HAiXiiniiint ,
    ; ;
    pa route, and if Floridians wish to not < nilertcd| _ 21 .2i.T Gillitlimi
    $1T: .10; Wauchula $1155 Winter
    return home immediately or with a : to t"/ collected _ 4.nr> 26 \ I I IrrJ RRON55K
    Haven $ H85: ; Winter Park $12.85.

    C.W.GR1FFIN: I j I I Very low side trip rates from Chattanooga certain delegation, the Ilhnois-sight- t lo'"iintUiiinl ainoiiiit". a",1. . 'h 22.,ii,M X r. Is the most enduring monument
    s'l'ing'on-1 the waj -out itinerary would .Mnoillit t olli i ti d 17.721 \97IWtancr
    I to many points hllh..en arranged A r made Will not ;
    he the best get moss-grown
    I which' will enable) those who Otherwise let us of theC. to \hi < .II..c.t,1, 4.:133: KSt

    I Staple and FancyGROCERIES K. Union go with the Endeavorers 'ount y Si|" dill -- crack or crumble. Is more artistKr- '
    I wish to do so toisit other plates at 'lo' amount ..MeNs.'d 7.)11 l 961 ..
    of the South Write the ; ; I '..",
    Florida .
    little additional contOur \mount loll i till f 107 J4 I t - and less expensive.

    I friends. are cordially Invitedto transportation manager( soon, address Hal inn to hi rullittid - h l ,444 M I .,,!.

    .' us and help make the "Third given below. Round rates for rail- :Mob :School Dlst No 1 I- I Writ rte and I will call.
    join '1 1'11 amount nssess. d 1 1.69' 2Zmount '
    t road -fair
    1 Brigade Sptcial" the largest Florida Jacksonville/ only, either will route.he $81.60, from \ collected 1.014 :98ILlenre i W. D. SUMMER, BOX .52 KISSIMMEE, FLA.

    delegation which ever attended a reunion tii In rol'ictiit IS4 M |I II
    ;
    Free Delivery to all Parts .
    GRACE A. TOWNSEND I Sub,, Srhni Hint No 2 .. I

    ,: ofbe City= For information as to rates tickets Inteilui.lien, !May 12. III\: :! To.\ amount, inllittid.IHHI.HHI. .il 2,4 21j 791 24ItILull' :I Iiiiounl

    and reservations, write to :Mr J. G. ,
    I; >OTI< K Tn ( IIKIII: 'polls!' III h. .I1'I'd :35fi5Suli ; ,

    : I| Kirkland, I D. P. A., A. C. L., Tampa IB 4 curl" of tae ( 'ounI> Ju U,'". Slate of :School lilHtrlil No ::11' !- LAWN
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    I I Florida.' .... 'o amount liHHMHHi il 403 10Vmount MOWERS
    or Mr. A. W. Kntot I). P A A. C. u.
    ++++++-t , t I t+++++++++++++ II ? In -<' i'.tatof It LOHR.ants. collected __ 389 29 I Illilanri ---

    + L., Jacksonville, or the undersigned To all (' ....01 It or.. I............. Dl.lrlbatcea to be halted -
    B. F. TAYLOR Sr. lid .11 1-rr.o.. .....1.. el.1. 1401
    tr' drm.Bd. ...1... or Sub School 1)1.t No 4To -
    PRAYSTONE ii iiI Mid }o: .... ,
    ii TiE Brigadier General Commanding You and each bf you are hereby amount 8..1'.d __ 1 .111 84 Scientifically .Sharpened and Repaired
    I tined and required no- Amount collided __ __--, ? 1.041 80
    to
    -- Third Brigade, Tampa Fla. present any
    claims
    and
    demand which you. oreither flttlancp to be collected _ 70 04
    'h
    of % ou may have against the Sub School fUnt
    IPU I 4U TM KM estate, of R. LOHR. deceased No. 6- -. BY
    I The new lumber mill located on Sul- tHoeola County una.jf To amount aftneMHed .u__ 163 71 .
    ,
    l Florid, to the Amount collected __________ 114 74 ";'-
    2.50 to S.60 per day. phur Point, within the limits of St. signed Administrator of said estate:
    ( within oni.ye2I from the date hereof Balance to be collected ___ 48
    Special by week or month. 1' Andrews, is now in running order. 1111.Dated lid day of April A. D. J. L. OVER8TRBKT.u KISSIMMEE SUPPL COMPANY

    Cypress and pine shingles sad staves Clerk OnceOla County
    I L .. TMUUN, rr* L L MITEI Ilp.1P WILLIAM LOHR Clerk Circuit Court
    ANDREW
    will be manufactured. JOHNSON AdralnUtrmtor lorlda. ,
    44 I I I **fU * I t I I I I M ''M Attorney. I'-ct By JAMES M. JOHNBTON;; n'C



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    FRIDAY MAY 16, '1913 'f \,
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    =- ,-, THE KISSIMMEE' ,VALLEY GAZETTE_ P'A-GE'LTI.

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    PEG HORN JUNCTION THE NATION'SCAPITA, I '

    FREE FOR SALE }
    : By W FIELD JONES. r
    RURAL DELIVERY OF MAIL HAS Washington, I). C., May 9....:.President

    BROUGHT PROSPERITY TO Powell; of the California Citrus w, *"
    Fruit Exchange, has been holding i.
    THAT SECTION. .8.000 splendid (firming and citrus fruit land for sale; well '
    ---' ..._____ . conference for several days with different acres '
    ------7 --- --' ------- ----- -- - - Jocated, .omeb auUful lake tract, and much good {
    .-- -'members" of-"the- Florida--dele- _. ;frontrproperon ,
    To see the many mail boxes along gation in Congress to urge them to citrus. fruit land, as well as trucking, farming and-grazing lirTdTwillT ---

    To the road in the vicinity of Center combine with the California Senators introduce. the purchaser to the owners and can deal direct., best of r,
    Every Customer Calling Park the school house and its new and Representatives in an effort to reasons for selling, and favorable terms of payment can be arranged.

    coat of paint, land being: cleared and prevent lemons being put on the free This tract is a -moneymaker, lands adjoining are being colonized and
    at Our Store fenced, the old houses along the canal list by the Senate. Mr. Powell believes .sold at more than five times the price of this tract. Full particulars ;

    being made new,again, gives to the that if any changes- are madein .to interested parties. 9SMALL _ '_ _ ._.. ,
    cow-puncher who frequently passeson the lemon and orange schedules COLONIZATION TRACT. ,

    I II I his way from the prairie to Kissim that both articles will be treated alike, We have a tract-of about 1,000 acres most excellent I land for high .

    I mee, the impression that there is and pressed the opinion today that grade colony tract, because the lands are excellent quality, and are

    "something doing" in the neighborhood oranges may be put on the free list; fortunately located so convenient to high school church and good "

    SATURDAY of Peghorn Junction.Mr. Under the present Payne tariff law marketing\ advantages. Here is the place for a high grade, first class

    I W. Milar, the leading grocer of lemons are taxed IMi cents a pound, ]I colonization proposition worthy of close investigation. ;

    I St. Cloud, who recently purchased and oranges one cent a pound. I ORANGE GROVE. '
    twenty acres northwest of Peghorn The Underwood bill provides for a
    J Lakeside farm and 127 located about 4 miles from
    Junction has his fence built and will duty of a little less than H cent a grove. acres ',
    Kissimmee court house. Land has a lake front for nearly 'half a mile
    have the each. Mr. Powell believes
    soon land cleared ready to pound on
    and extends road has heavy hammock high pine and fine
    A $1.00 Razor Hone Will Be set out five acres in grove. Sometime that only by making an effort to increase to county
    farming and trucking land has about seven acres three flowing
    grove
    next month he will build a beau- the duty on both over the Un-
    wells, 6-room house with palms, live oak, and banana
    pretty grove.
    tiful cottage in. the !shade of several derwood scale by the combined effortsof
    Given. the California and Florida delegations pretty view of the lake and an excellent farm and grove just the placefor
    oaks.Mr. a high priced home and grove, and a fortune can soon be made jon
    Codd, who owns the grove at will it be possible to keep both
    the Junction, has leaved the store- orangey and lemons from being puton this property. ,

    room across from the packing houseto the free list by the Senate.It PRETTY SUBURBAN HOME.

    Mr. Milar, who expects to soon open is very doubtful whether the 5 acres and two large east front lots with.nice cottage, with fine

    "' B. MAKINSON up a general merchandise business. Florida-Senators will accept Mr. Pow- view of town and lake, pretty place just outside City limits; 5 acres

    CO. There has been considerable prop- ell's point of view and join issues with planted to oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, peaches and different kinds '

    erty changing hands! lately and with the California delegation.Hon. of berries. Good irrigating plant, water works in house chicken (y''

    the present prospects in view i it looks house, stables, and an excellent'place for a fine little home in a delightful > )

    Kissimmee, Florida very much at though Peghorn Junc- I D. T. Gerow postmaster of healthful climate, with freedom of country life, and yet enjoy city. )
    tion will be a town. Jacksonville was at the Capitol to- advantages. Owner is a non-resident, and will sell for $3300, on terms. ' f

    Mr. G. W. Campbell who worked up day visiting Senator. Bryan lie is Many other splendid propositions to suit anyone desiring a Florida
    ruraP route No. 2 from Kissiramee isexpected on his way to Cambridge, Pa., to home or investment.NELSON. '
    visit his father.
    -- out Boon to put a route southof I,
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    Peghorn, and may place a postoffice REALTY COMPANY I ".
    Attorney General T. F. West, of ,
    later on in Mr. Milar's store. I
    BRICK Red and Buff, Gray and RESIDENT.BHONSONVILLK Florida, was a visitor- here today. i Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE.: FLA. ,it .\ 't


    Common a : 0a0a0aao aa. aoaaaaa Arrangements are to be made by ,I
    BuildingLarge a the United States Department of Agriculture 1

    ? a through Logan Waller Page
    Stock Prompt Shipment 1 0 .,. Director of the Office of Public Distance

    WE SAVE YOU MONEY I.> <-O ++ + + + + + 0aa4.aa + aa Roads to place on exhibition at the !; AdvertisingLong 296: j jis '
    Panama Pacific Exposition in 1915 the
    Rex is at present domiciled with
    greatest: collection of road models "
    A. C. Alfred Bronwon. on the noted Johnson's ,
    "
    Conyers I ever displayed in any part; of the the right thing
    I saying
    Island. The
    place is not very thickly I world. The models will furnish exact -
    I populated; on an average: .. believe duplication of the old Roman I the time '; I
    Duvul Bldg. :jo-4m! Jacksonville: Fla. of about 4 to mile at right
    persons thesquare roads together with miniature modelsof I
    and there i is. supposed to be 45 square road machinery operated by elec- in the rightway
    .j miles in the island. The. lark of inhabitants tricity. r

    is due to the fact'tha} people The Office of Public Hoads made anexhibit We make a soocialty of planning preparing
    Lowest Seed Prices in Florida I as a rule know nothing: abo/it the literature and conducting campaigns for '
    of road models for the first
    locality. The cattle gracing area IB Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities -
    time at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Ex- and Individuals.
    And for the best TESTED seed too. I among: the finest in the county; fishingis : !,OHlti"... The aim was to put on''\
    splendid, some of the finest trout
    CHUFAS, SORGRUM MILLET, COWPEAS I, being taken .from Reedy creek that view such striking examples in miniature -
    SOJA BEANS. Write for of road models that visitors I-ADVERTISERS ;
    special can l he found anywhere in the State.
    would not only appreciate the bene- .
    l low introductory: prices and catalogue. Our locution is about 15 miles from
    ficicnt effects of improved highways I
    KisMimnee. We have a K. F. I II. TAMPA FLORIDA
    but would at the same time, be able :
    FLORIDA SEED & FLORAL CO. | which brings: our mail every day and to understand the methods of their \
    I within reasonable distance. Crops '
    GEO. R. EVANS construction.
    Proprietor,
    are in fine (condition and orange i
    '.'01 E Bay St.; L'0-4rn.! Jacksonville, Fla. I groves: have yielded well. All that is Since the Alaska- ukon-Pacific ExpositIOn j
    required to make this island one of closed the exhibit has been '

    the best allots) in the county IB indus displayed at Omaha, Nebr., during the $$13? 1 2 0 Chattanooga and Return ,

    COW PEAS-Clay, Whippoorwill, and' Unknown $:l.G5-Iron and New Era try. We have a tram road within one National Corn Exposition; at Knox- '
    $3-Splendid Mixed $2.r>California Iflackeye $3.75. Spanish Peanuts mile of us that connects with the rail ville, Tenn., during the Southern Ap- Account U. C. V. Reunion -
    $2. Chufas $4. German Millet and Sorghum 250. VELVET BEANS road and the fertility if the land is palachian Exposition; t"Chicago, 111.,
    sold at bushel rates, Official Route of Third
    --pocks Brigade
    '. evidenced by the appearance of ,the daring the National Land and Irrigation -

    KILGORE: SEED CO. PLANT CITY, FLA. crops. Exposition; at New York City, VIA ,

    SEASONABLE SEEDS. Came is abundant, but as the law during the Travel and Vacation Exposition -I Atlantic Coast Line Tifton; G. S. & F., Macon! e ,.
    almost forbids, our mentioning, certain ' and the Domestic Science I
    I C. of G., Atlanta and W. & A. R. R. ,
    kinds will be brief in my statement Exposition; ut AtlanticCity, N. J'.I :
    'Old Battlefield Route) \ ,
    but so far as Kc x has been ableto I during the American! Road Congress; 'S "

    C I ; discover:, our people are making: I at Lethbridge Alberta, during the International I I SPECIAL TRAIN t
    Listen You caavwcvsh. a.. great mistake in pot looking/ over rylund l Congress; at : Of Pullman cars and vestibuled coaches will leave Tampa 12:00:() ) noon ,I 1

    ourWASH this country before purchasing:: else Buenos Ayres Argentina during the I : May 25th stopping Plant City, Lakeland Kissimmee, Orlando and

    I where. The greater part of the island International Agricultural Exposition; i Sanford. arrive Jacksonville 7:30: P. M. Leave Atlanta 7:25 A. M., i'

    GOODS. I i is pwned by one man, who does not at Turin Italy during the International I arrive Chattanooga I II I ::25 A. M.

    )propone to dispose of his property) to Exposition, and at various j Tickets sold May 24-25-26-27 and 28 Limit by 1

    I syndicates unless a fair and.reasonproposition other expositions and fairs. Since extension June 25th.
    ;
    is made. that tune the collection has been STOP OVERS ALLOWED

    q / i, i50Pt Have hardly time for an article this.1 greatly: augmented, until every single LOW SIDE TRIP RATES
    w.k. will try and do better next time type of road! is now represented and II From Chattanooga ta all pominent points
    HEX. I every known device used in the making For information and reservations call on

    i ---- ------ I of roads. has been reproduced in W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent IGssimmee. Fla.
    NOTICE. miniature. Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland ;

    We, the undersigned agree: commencing The models have also been displayed T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A.

    Thursday, May ID, to close on road trains at all important i
    sill our barber shops' and pool rooms from places along the route of the Pennsylvania -

    noon on Thursdays' until Friday morning railroad in the State of Pennsylvania i
    , C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary- I'
    for the rest of the summer. the entire system of the I ,
    '! Signed Kenneth P. Butler, R. T. Southern Railway the Frisco Lines, !

    Butler A. E. Ford E. L.: Fennel.A the Atlantic Coast Line the Nashville i' The Waters & Carson :

    Chattanooga & St. Louis railway.As .
    CARD. a result of the instruction furnished
    I beg space in your paper to say by these road models many

    C 0 we thank the good people of Kissimmee farmers have joined forces to improve Grocery Company ;::

    for their helping hand towardmy their own highways, and the road .
    O Ol distressed son that has been to building movement has hada great \
    f Hot Springs. Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES ,
    When for
    l I : impetus. application expert -
    R y. Respectfully, i advice concerning any special

    Mr. and Mrs. Neal Seaver. road problem is made to the Department ,{

    the Office of Public Roads furnishes -
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    Our "Schloss" clothlnglstand; at the top. THINK THIS OVERIT it free. 000000000 . 0 . 0 . 0000... .. ........$ 5<'
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    made of Pure Wool I O WE SELL: + WE BUY 'I. 5
    Our summer clothing Is 4' :
    Kissimmee, Fla., May 9, 1913. + HAY, ..
    I. IS IMPORTANT AND IT COaTS Please call and pay your light bills O HIDES, .
    makes them
    This 4 :
    1 of finely bred sheep. YOU NOTHING. ;' by the tenth of each and every month, GRAIN, .
    I There are ttiou&nde of tiny corpucle 'I I have been instructed by the City + FURS, f
    In blood and when they do as
    and cool for your
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    durable O
    strong and yet not do their work properly ypu suffer. Council to cut off all service from FERTILIZERS. .
    If you are feeling bad and get tired I 0 WOOL. : i
    people who have not paid their light
    too .easily get out of breath wben *> SHINGLES,
    summer. you take a little extra exeretee, and bills by that date. O S C
    feel, that you cannot poeelbly hold out Bills will be mailed to you-.the first O ORANGE BOXES AND .
    be "slim" or "regular"or to do a day' work and suffer from .
    Whether you month.I .
    acblnv Joint, pains In the ebe.t.alld of every s
    O ORANGE WRAPS, ALL
    back. It If a sign that thoee Uni can be found at new office on
    my O
    fit We can fit corpuscle In your blood are not
    "stout, we can you. healthy. You can make them healthyby the west side of Darlington avenue. VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY $
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    taking Taylor. Beet, Blood Medicine Office bourn, 7 a. m. to 12 p. nx, . i ,
    your taste In color, and suit you In price. and them you healthy.owe It Thle to remedy yourself, ha to doneIt keep 1 p. m. to 4:80: p. raV. .. CRATE NAILS .. .. PRODUCE. ..

    for other, and will do It for 'ou. R. ELLIS, 00 0 . . . . t. . .. 0... .. ..........
    . Suits $15.00 up. a Come bottle to and our If tore you are te-4ay not"and eatlaned get 29-41 Water and Light Collector. + ,

    with the remit take the bottle back
    We sell field and garde seeds of all Urn*
    i and get money. An election for a bond issue of *
    Price, four the bottle. We give special atteatioa to ttttlnr out kutU* and caa*.Uc putla
    $60,600 of building
    ! H. C. STAnFORD fc CO. for the purpose Free delIvery Jn city limit Phoo Ne._li r'
    Tour own druggist mcep s.nea and and operating; a municipal Ice plant. We ..r. cot;, az.-&. for rood fertiliser Ask na fn dremUre .. .
    \It.i J guarantee*a)llo.at Beet 'Wood JIe U. will-be held in Fernandina. f..un-
    eine*. aa-k It. soon prices OB '. ._ .

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    1 I Under' the Management of Mr. H. M. Stanford of the Tampa Bay Hotel,

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    I :!: with a specialty of fine saddle horses. A Cuisine will be established, regardless of expense,

    \ ::: which 'will make the Atlantic Beach Hotel known throughout the country. The best stewards and

    ; I 1 chefs have been engaged with a corps of skilled assistants. The kitchen is being rebuilt and completely -

    :A: refitted. The electric light and power plant is being renewed and doubled in capacity ;

    ; ::: the elevator service improved, and the entire hotel is being renovated for the comfort and convenience -

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    a lew month during roe' ':late[ touri' 'ea on the hath house are, beiiiR doubled in rapacity
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    t.., It.will! be operated on the American 1111 c:;i; Mf" w '' 1 and most expensive bathing suits obtainable '

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    for the entire season, from all sections of Georgia, Eastern Alabama, the Chattanooga territory

    and Florida. The capacity of the hotel unquestionably will be taxed. It is strongly urged that:

    old patrons and new ones, shall make their reservations immediately,. in person, by letter, by

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    4 : rR ATLANTIC BEACH'CORPORATION Address Department No. 9

    J," y : PAID IN CAPITAL $1,000,000. ->
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    'f" ATLANTIC BEACH ESTATES the World's finest Ocean Bearh.ERNEST .
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    j J. C. TURNER Vice-I'resident. W. C. IJYRAM. Assistant Secretary.
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    GEORGE N. BABSON, Engineer in Charge.
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