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 23, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00595
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; Publicity Necessary for City What the Drainage Ditch %

and County Development Has Cost Kissimmee

Board of Trade MeetingThe ,



BE CARRIED ON ALONG MODERN AND I Board .of Trade will bold ill meeting Monday THE SERVICES THEY PERFORMED. t

PROGRESSIVE LINES. I night, and the matters of importance that will come beforeit f

should command the pretence of every member. Final: The following itemized statement of the cost of digging the drainage {
I action will be taken on the plan to adopt an equitable ditch on the western border of the city is here produced through. the courtesy ...,
Whenever a business enterprise desires to enlist new capital in order af City Clerk Gilbert: ..
basis of duet committee on Fourth of July
paying the
,M enlarge its scope and general efficiency, the first step taken is to inaugu-I ; R. H. Ludlam, Maps and Profiles and Preliminary Survey_--_____ $ 425.00 'I

rite a campaign of publicity, setting forth'the resources of the organization, celebration will report what progress has been made duringthe Mrs. A. A. Watson deed for right of way nuu_________ 40.00 "

iU prospects and opportunities for development.This \ past two weeks; the committee on municipal improvements Mrs. Francis Bay deed for right of way _____-________________ 45.00 .

is the natural, rational procedure and if carried on in the right i' will submit a plan of placing seats in the parks on II. C. Stanford, deed for right of way _uuun___-.____ 100.00 ;, i f

manner must be productive of the desired results. The man with money to 'I Broadway; the committee on manufactories will report at B. C. Miller, deed for right of way ----_______-____--___-______ 120.QO ,oi r

invest must have a good idea of the chances for success before he is willingto to the proposition to be made to V. C. Severance and the S. H. Bullock, services In re of Public Ditch ____________________ 50.00 \ .

put down his good hard cash. The only way for him to acquire this information I Everett Bass deed for right of way ._.-____________________ 50.00 ; '.

is through the publicity campaign or personal investigation of the'' special committee on building and maintaining county roadsis A. E.: Donegan, deed for right of way __-_____________uu______ 100.00 r f

.business itself. | expected to make a detailed report.S. R. H. Ludlam, services as Engineer ____unuuu 61.13 ; .

The personal investigation of the enterprise must follow after he has J. TRIPLETT, PresidentC. J. P. Middlemas, estimate No. 1 completed work ____uuu 1737.92 i

become interested in the proposition through information gained from the F. JOHNSON, Secretary. Pat Johnson, recording: deeds ____--_--____________----_--____ 16.00Vans t (

publicity methods previously mentioned.. Agnew & Crawford expense in re of Public Ditch uu___ 4.50 .

Kissimmee and Osceola County are in exactly the position of the business J. P. Middlemas estimate No. 2 --__________________________-- -2515.06R. i

concern wishing to enlarge its capital and widen its scope and what appliesto H. Ludlam, services as Engineer _________-____________u._ 73.97 {

the business enterprise holds true for the municipality. The same methods I A. C. L. Ry. Co., freight on bridges ____________--__________---- 178.22 t

must be brought into play and the first step is the publicity campaign, ------. -= ---=-- ---- -- ---- -, ---" J. P. Middlemas estimate No. 3 _--_----____________.---_--___ 3550.21 :
carried on principally through the newspapers. R. H. Ludlam services as Engineer --_________________--_____ 119.41J. .

The special illustrated Industrial Edition of the Valley Gazette which Senator Donegan Says He P. Middlemas estimate No. 4 _________--_____--___________ 2978.95 !

iito appear in the near future is directly along this line and in order to Dixie Culvert & Metal Co., for bridges __________uu__________ 1682.88 ,,

secure the best results, the business men of Kissimmee and Osceola County I Will Kill Millage Bill Berry Yates, balance on Middlemas contract (order) ____________ 117.60 ';
must cooperate to the fullest extent. No really great achievement has ever i .

been accomplished except through (cooperation. This is a broad statement Total ___ ._ _ __ ____ ____________________________________ $13,835.76
Lilt is upheld by history and tradition alike. Recapitulation: t t .

It is the purpose of the Valley Gazette to set forth the advantages of \ ALTHOUGH 1'111BILL IS ENDORSED: in COUNTY COMMISSIONERS R. H. Ludlam services as Engineer uuu__________________ $ 669.51 u, [

the City of Kissimmee and Osceola County in a truthful, common-sense! I ANI) BO\RD OF TRADE AND HAS 'UNANIMOUSLYSSED Cost of procuring right of way --_-- -----__________--______-- 465.00J. .E

manner, conveying no false: impressions, but dealing with conditions as an : P. Middlemas, contractor _ _ _______-uunuu 10782.14
outsider may expect to /find them. All that is needful is to portray Ihe'' Legal services, etc. -_-_ __- -_. - --_ __--____________ __ _____ 70.50 i

natural and ucquiied advantages of Kissimmee and (Osreola (County in such POKTED I IN SENATE.Sfiiatoi For bridges and freight; on same ___ -__nnunuu 1741.10 i

a manner as to compel attention 'I'hen v\e may expect .Jesuits: along the I Berry I'adgett, finishing Middlemas contract _nu______ -__ _____ 117.50 c' f
i idiciously I ,
d""lred'llnes.The I ,
:special edition of the Valley (i ia/etle\ will nui ilic-i' thousands\ of copies, Aithui I K J llonegan' :."...ntTIId"y expended' on roads in agear's I It is understood the county's portion of this bill is a fraction over two is "

printed on good paper, well illustrated with half-to cuts, and will he cirt I in. the 'Ily looking after business i- : time We think not.\\ thousand dollars. The bill for this amount was presented to the County t I.'

ciliated throughout the North, Eat and \Vc-st, so that t the initial elToil in tic) > intci estWhen seen l hy a rep- fore under the bond plan we I Commissioners at their last: meeting and was laid over until the meeting in i iI

publicity campaign will be a comprehensive one i ii'sfiitatiMif the Valley Ca/.etle; he pay in laxes in live years the :sum of i iIar" I Juno, when it is possible the Board's attorney, W. J. Sears will be asked for .?.J''
i gave out the following interview on $:!:!: ,: :! and utter a cent of that :'
Any project calculated to "boost" Kihsimmee and,I (isctMila I ('ounl should an opinion regarding the performance of the work the plans and specifications -
that before the L"lis"Th. amount will ever be returned to ourpeople.
'|IVeatlnns: are \
immediately interest every loyal citizen for it in u.t lie1 rememheied (that called for. .

the municipality at large, i| l.itui: .------- _... -- --------- ----- ,---- -,,-------------------
enterprises of this kind bring benefits not only to I - - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - -- -- --- -- - - - --------- -
If the bill! now pending, and whioh
and billspiesiMitcil
but to the i individual as well.LOOKING county city publicity was reached jumped completely over
has the (House and -
i -- ,,- /, at the request| of the Slatet'hamber jiassvc-d it, and then kept to the center of the i,

I ic-ceucd to his teleKiam, of Commeiee l by Kepiesenlatie reported in the Senate, and park until the second big palm'was
no answer -
< FOR PLACE 11.I! 'lay Stanford passed the which Senator I Io) egan/ has declaredhis .
but It IS mole than probable these reached, which the wagon struck and I.'r(
intention Kill should become
to a
bouse all but there
right, is -
i opposition horse broke
turned The
willisit before was over.
fACTORY gentlemen our city : law, our people) would be called onto '1
T0 LOCATE in thc t Senate I :shall ask that
(Ii mall!) deciding on a location." based loose from the wagon then and ran on, THROWS HOOKS INTO LAKE. ,:
only $40,000 a year, on
b the calendar and pay '
,<.. The Rcmid uf rade 1 :should take this : t lic\! <> placed on kicking at the harness that was dragging
-- the floor. 1 think both an a s"II'd'aluatlOl1{ of $4,000,000 LAND IN MORNING AND GAFF ''i
fought out un
Mon- to the part of Broadway, \
M ashen up at Ms ineelin next upper
TO EXTRACT 'I UK FIBEt"4W1\ ) : day infill and use ils l best ffToits, to 1, will pass the Senate with a fight. every cent of which we loald expend where he was stopped. While the INTO DAVENPORT IN THE ;'
on public roads, and not n dollar In
the labor bureau
"The amendment to -
Tin: SAW (I'ALMKTTOINVIT: : : piixuie' this factory, as: it is destined : the shape of inteie-t would go toswell wagon was demolished, the horse received AFTERNOON.
mack with the .
i measuic': was
t h. 1 be, one of considerable impoitaiicvONE practically no injury.
E fJ w TO l KISSIMMKK.: getting/ the bill passed at this session the coffers of s me bank or trust I

with the idea that the amendment company. Under the direct tax plan' What's the score?

i POUND AND I which prohibited a person holding I in five years' time we would have paid FEW COUNTY TAXES Ah, go chase yourself, you bone'f
into the county treasury the sum of ; head.
in labor uijion within
The following article! appeared in membership:} a -
EIGHT.OUICfS five years of appointment, or stockin $200,000; (this estimate! is based on, a ARE LEfT UNPAID Kissimmee won ,and won hands
of' .
the IndyinapolJH! ((1'nd.) Star May '
'v a corporation, becoming an 'appointee $1,000,000 'valuation) and would not down, although" our boys were kind

16: ? ." for, the position of commissioner be in debt a single dollar. Under the enough .to let the visitors kiss the
"Edwin :M. Lee, chairman, u'd'; Harvey \\\S THE' WEIGHT OF A TOMATO: t being stricken out at-the next bond plan in five years' time we would COLLECTOR BANDY SAYS. DELINQUENT .home plate a few times.-' .. A

15 Stout, Jr., secretary of the Pio- seshioii of the legislature."The :'ave paid into the treasury the sum ofVS:1. The Lakeland team .arrived early :! .

irn-ssi\i' state, ( nmniiltiM', will leave (,|0\\N) : in J. II. :-.. E\\; HOUSE: measure to allow Osceolacount ) : :!:; :!: .") and still be in debt to. the. ROLL NOT AS LAGS yesterday morning headed by a brass' .a'

: storm amount of $lHi( /iiirThat's ; : .and and followed by a couple of hundred -
in :
for FI"lila next \IOlldIlY .1 I III \ ImoSTIUET.; ): : ) tci mil' ease the millagc for .XS.THAT OF LAST: YEAR.
to lie ..*. the imposition in a nut- Sunday school children, and
for a locution foi a factory! mads had passed the House and bc4>n [ OJ
tablishfd by the 'TripsPalmetto fiber favorably reported in the committee ::-h.dl.'hlch; plan is the more ac- I about fifty grown-ups to act as rooters ;

(Compan Thecompan)' has beenincoipoiatcd Last week wr> told of a fine stand of the Senate, but I am opposed: to reptablo'?! I ICs\ up to the people to I The Valley Gazette, being the official and at once proclaimed that they I

with $ !;,OfllI'l. decade, and to Senator; I Donegan toad were ready to do the Boico act. Well
in Indiana : of tomatoes. glow by lleiuy Over- the mrasuie and shall make) a t fight up organ of Osceola County Tax :
:Ml. Lee l being piesideutami and for in accord with their wishes. The the /game was played-eight inningsand ;
capital stock, street in the Aultman gardens, un it in the Senate when it is up Collector\ C. L. Bandy has informed
:Mr. Stout sc-c-retar It I' intended wallY people' have visited that gaidenand ,'onid'nlIon"k'd county commissioners: of Osceola the score was Kissimmee 6,
warehouse in county unanimously endorsed! the bill ; I us that the copy of the tax list would Lakeland :3.Davenport. \t:
establish told half the
to : a say that we only ,\, as to his opposition to this I
]Indianapolis and Mr. Stout will i u'- t..y. but this week J. II. Newhouse Senator Donegan said the Board of lade unanimously endorsed he ready to be put in type on Friday, I also had made arrangements ;f'I

main here aa: general sales manager. (nought". a basket of tomatoes to this 'Ihc-ie measure. is a lot of opposition over this the bill ; it passed the Houseof the :50th, its first publication being I I to put a few crimps in Kissimmee I

The company has secured the Baker office that just: about took the shine county that has not been made public I I Representatives without a dissenting the week following;, or on June 6th. the performance to be pulled "Z I I'off

patent for extracting; the fiber from off. anything we have ever seen in'the ,i' in any meetings/ held here, and : vote; it has been reported favor- Mr. linndy states that the roll will in the afternoon but by some Y
which in ably in the senate, and still! Senator I hook or crook the stage setting didn't ;.
the grows i
palmetto, line.They
saw tomato there taxpayers that do i it
ate be this
in Florida. The many Donegal says he will kill it. Why he not as large year as was fit the play, and after ten innings had j
great abundance well formed |I increase the taxes, i
were all large, not favor an in
in making brushes. takes this stand is beyond our com- last, as the people in this county been played the score stood Kissim t.
product 18 used tomato could believe that this 'I
and as :olid inside as a i and do not measure I
inventor of Salem prehension.The evidently place a value on their lands mee 6, Davenport 5. fIt
William S. Baker, an
lie and one weighed; one pound and allowing six mills would give' us I
and he will Hoard of Trade will take actionon believing that the time is. close at might be possible there is a
Ind., is the patentee and measured fifteen required money to build roads that t
eight ounces
be superintendent of the plant." and half inches in circumference.Mr. arc needed." I, this matter Monday night. nand when people from the North and I team somewhere in this country that (
a West will come and buy every available can win out over our boys but they ,
Dr. E. Derbyshire, who moved to Newhouse states that the : Senator Donegan/ having failed to '
I acre and they do not wish to as yet haven't come into the limelight r
what character of measure he NEAR BEINGSERIOUS
Kissiinniei' from I Indiana :some three growing of these tomatoes was attended say CAME have a cloud on their property when. as Kissimmee this season has
I in lieu of the
intended introduce
years ago, and who still subscribesfor with very little trouble and practically I to that time arrives. played seven games with a recford of l(;
commissioners to
believes that the bill allowing\ / our ACCIDENT
no care, and : Mr. stands at the seven wins.Everybody.
Bandy away up
the Star, read this item and I immediately levy an extra millage for road purposes I .
soil in' this section i" peculiarly adapted head of the tax collectors in Florida
telegraphed the gentlemento and believing/ that he, with all\
I to their cultivation.It I whenever who wishes to take their
i i IN ATTEMPT TO STOP RUNAWAY ind the State Auditor remarks -
come to Kissjmmee, all there was is possible that next season. will tscotaxit he audits his books that Jje looks own picture be present in front of
other citizens of this county, is in HORSE N. C. BRYAN THROWN '
an abundance of the material soughtin witness: hundreds'of acres planted to forward with much pleasure to hisvisit the Pastime at 2:30: Saturday afternoon -
favor of good roads, we must assume I TO THE GROUND.
doctor has tnai fruit. here. .
AH the /
this section. yet
that he is wedded to the bond
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v idea, and if he is, we inVite his at- -
, The Fats and the Leans tention For argument's to a few facts.sake, we will say j' supposedly, From some from unknown the approach cause,of but an Parade of HorriblesOn ;

that a bond issue of $500,000 will beI auto the horse owned by Steve John-

Will Cross Bats on the 4th asked to build, and maintain county son and hitched to a wagon, became the Fourth of July
roads. That a fair price could be ob- frightened and ran away yesterday >

tained for these bonds they would have morning about 9:30: o'clock. The I

WILL to run for at least thirty years and horse was in the rear of Carson's 1
I* A COMPLETE LIST OF THOSE NOTED BALL PLAYERS WHO six cent interest. Just stop] store and when it started N. C. Bryan ; WILL BE ONE OF THE GREATEST STUNTS EVER. PULLED OFF IN
per '
? PERFORM IN THE GREATEST; GAME EVER PLAYED ON and carefully figure what this would attempted to stop it by catching hold ANY CITY AT ANY TIME SIN CE CELEBRATIONS BEGAN. r !

TilE LOCAL DIAMOND.It i amount to. It would be ''of the bridle, but tM horse was evidently -

I to make the bonds legal, for the com-I so crazed from fright that it -- '
Mr. Bryan, When the proposition was made to pleasure and business for that day is ,,
for deliberately ran over
missioners to provide by taxation
the cttm- Hansel), Andrew Johnson, Sam Story, Horribles the standstill. It has not y -
has been suggested to throwing him to the ground. Those have a parade of on brought to a as
B. C. Miller, D. (;. Wagner, M. Katz. the interest on the bonds and a sinking of features of been determined who'will be Chief 6
celebration 4th of the yet
mittee the Fourth of July when due. who witnessed the accident say that July as one
L..ns-E. S. Beeland, C. F. John- fund to take them up i i .
the celebration there was not many Horrible but the committee having
that Mr. Bryan was
that they arrange a baseball H. W. Barnett, J. C. The interest would amount to $30,000 I it was a miracle
son, R. W. Cobb :: killed the horse and wagon who favored the idea, having never that part of the program in charge !
not Fare
game between the Fats and Leans of Ledbetter, S. J. Triplett, W. A. Joiner, a year, and the sinking fund $16,667 as several but as
passed over him but, we are glad to heard of such a horrible thing before considering names
Kissimmee. The following have been L. II. Ingrain Fred Bass, Lon Dann, each year making a total of $46,667 he with only a few but as it becomes more generally discussed the rivalry for the place is so strongit
J. M. Taylor A. S. Nelson that the people would be forced to pay state escaped K
work is J. W. Lilly I have is the appointment will not
slated for the teams and progressing cuts on his face and head and a dozens applicants possible
for thirty or a grand I
; for the organization by the T. J. Farr S. W. Downing. each year years :' sprained back which Dr. M. J. Hicks come forward with the request to be be made before June 15. 6
has consented to pitch total in thirty years of $1,400,000and -
time the game is scheduled to be Mayor Lilly wouldreceive in : attended to, and he is now resting permitted to join the. brigade of fun
Leans and most of the other all our people "
for the and makers.In T. W. Worth, a prominent
played: exceedingly sore
have consentedto return would be $500,000 put into their easily though '
vFats-C. W. Griffin, H.. M. BreakJari gentlemen on stiff. Philadelphia and Baltimore the dealer of Tampa was in the city t

a L. H. Cphoon, Dr. Hicks, W. B. play and this gam will be the hands at one time. The horse continued on his mad annual parade of the horribles is Tuesday and made this office an apt '
in Kis- Would it be reaaonable to suppose ,
fMaklnion, H. R, Mays S. B. Ault- fastest ball playing ever' seen that more than $100,000 could be ju- race and when the drinking trough looked forward to with the greatest preciated call.

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of the Northern District of mer. Congress endorsed it and furthered -
rmolt and Osceola Attorney I
to Klssjmmee county No. 666
WHY 'KISSIMMEE I Mr. Mentz Raid: '. Florida is in Washington in behalf/ ofI the appointment. of the com-

f I ""The rapid progress the city of Kla-; THE NATION'S CAPITAL I I I his candidacy. I I mhi"ion that now is studying, the This U a pre driptloo! prepared .

: simmee has made in.the few months subject. for MALARIA or CHILLS". FEVER
ATTRACTED HIM j 20. Preliminary
Washington, D. C., May Five or .ix doei will break
1 I I may can aDd J
since I the and the
first saw place, By- WI. FTBLD JONES.
: the work of the then Ionic the
to general '! That a campaign oflextermination if taken a. a Fever will
cordial welcome your people, both \\I 1 It acts on the liver
is toI
that better
? Washilflrton i D.; 'C./ May 19.-In a ,'uralorganization service 1 of flies in community must start thu
':; I think that Kissimmee ; any Calomel and doei not
appealed to rrie. ,
: the Senate I be taken up by the Department of I i and classification gripooralckeD.,2Sc'
GOTTLIEB MENTZ OF NEBRASKASAYS has made more progress In the speech. upon the floor 0 \ : has I I with a thorough inspection

Senator compla+ned ofrlhconGrmou8expense i Agriculture, Secretary Houston the breed' ] of the
today Bryan : of 'places
., :.. ...... . past two years than any town in appointed Charles J. Brand of Illinois I' :
I' -- -- """" South'Tlollda;-The-"modern--appearance \ !! !t up !nthe_ *insects .is i the conclusion arrived ntI TfifTALENT IEA..AT::
PROGRESSIVE 'insertion "as ch1eTof thd i-dlvl E.1 latt'of-ntnrkets-inthe < '
the the IIiC'-I
THE SPIRIT of' the town in general, the clean government by 111 I i by KrTeTryTTTealtlrofficer'orJa :::

last I'ostoffice appropriation bill of a now service.!. This officer will undertake 'ksonville, I'la, who has been making -
AND HOSPITALITY OF OUR ctreeT, dear from cows, is certainly < MRS. OVERSTRECTS
that carriers ) amid to organize cooperative marI His ,
providing the
PEOPLE CAUSED HIM: TOt a credit to those that live within a study of problem I :
limits,: .- postal jleiksthall not uorlc 'snore' I keting and to eliminate, an far as possible views are in accordance with those of'

UCATE"'IEIH your" than eight hours a day, and that theeight |' possible \vutcloss and unneies- local] health officials, who re'cooper i WAS A MOST DELIGHTFUL i.
I must return to Cull>eiRontoday
. ('N. charges" in handling farm pro- .
f -' hours can be confined within\ a vary ating in educational anti-fl} campaign -
but look for me to : FAIR. A SPLENDID
you may dut'ts PROGRAM
I period l of ten consecutive houis It now being vvagtd liy The Stu, I A
: 'ulbei' Neb "return early in. the fall with my fam- In f the iliNi-ion toil HKING; I RENDERED
Gottlieb Ment7, of ( son, has liven estimated! bj the Po-toflm spiakniK new '- It is the /plan of lr William ('. I

''j was the guest of the family) of .1.I 1' iland jie-thaps manvothers of myn..iKhl'lJrhond. department that (he provisions of Ihiclause .Ia'T..IIII'Y: Houstonaid l : \\onil\vaiil.!. h.altll officer of the I Ihs-

I' North Hibsminie as 1 am going back, to ; ";Ml Bland giaduate, .f the.
I Smith in Sunday will add; plI'ol.lmalely: $:I.HOO i- a t
'nit, ,. 'to have officials of the dtpait- ;Mis, John Overntieet
Ic.uvinjtfonIl3: ;\' for: Ins old. home hi O-t for FMuda and especially, forKissiniinti' Hid( annum to the working( i rx- I 'mviisit\1 "flln"; < t per nit nt make\ u 'studv of tapilal fully "nl.tuilll'. I the talent
But Mi. :Mtntwill lllol rt'mail I tin -iivufof. t the I dcpultiu I 'nt mat''- I tea last
) avvuv; pi'list s of I the I'ostoffne Depuilminl) in ( : ) : 'I'I he- inspect inn ,,
whilein binding/ pi.uis I Iltiday, afli union. The
Ml: ;Minthas I been wejiking' attendant
long from Kissimmee. ucioidmg 10' I l\' tin from t hiiago, *
H""i\an 1 diilaicd, it wan no doubt a good: vealloniing will ii ,b'- and other i iI
i I Flo-id.I. taking pi,-ntv- of lime Inincestigitie iiivii dunip.ti vvaiunusuallv large and a
a statement\ a rpptesentative of thing to limit the hours of per 'on- "h..I'! foreu'cal i: yearhe l had chargeof .. pleasing
whin tin insi-c's
!I the Valley ia/itle He/ Nisiled/ u<- / i'vi'iv plait that he has doing manual labor to eight houi-\ I tlu r-iitnin ol plant econouurof. Milling I plans .- ptogiani was presented.I. consisting ot

before leaving Monday niitl telaltdexperiences ti-pptd, and vvi .luiuvi. hi- totiiluion dibut he doubted! tilt wisdom nf.t' I the Meld I ;\lu""I1..f' Natural Ili-tm.\. l1..ul'lh. a vital solo by ;Mrs Norton, a recit*.
Kind of inforin.ition /Iletillof: an inviligation oftiblt I lion liv ;\jj" Vivian Lee
bii-ed on Hit a
an solo
his visit |-Iondll. ; 'rail kv
during to govtiiing po-tal links and taiini-1 Hi had h..11 tigairi ii niet' 1111poit ..
I that would "innvmie the 1110,1h'ptll' a- fly.It.d"/, ,/ iintti-' 'ulI11I..d \L1)rrbyshne l >; a ,leading by J
l' which has lustedinti' last Oitobi) ) )bytub a ilau-e /lit declared! that n',l lim w of work dot rig his 1011niitiDt M
.laiksuntille, uuthoiitltx '
\ tin < 01 hi'am a "recitation by the
1 "I 1 never luaid, of I londa until i manv;' days dining! ; a month! camels 1 i I with tin t di;pai' 'tint nt and!'' for, lt'uctine.of thichatltilrrhould . daughterof
i that no dll.t t (Hi ID iin the ho less, several
about a ;year' ago/ ," said Mr I ;Mint/, mid iletks 1 do not put in eight hours (tin' I la i-t vi at ha- had charge of tin It instrumental)
In wasnnlbei
"and thin it was in Mailing advittisemcnln REVIVAL MEETING AT of actual work but that when oveteight fa I u"ini' 'iuuprlalt"i <. lotion handling', agreed that piinnttid' all boors should ton solo-1 111.1I"s IIY.' : ;Mi-s Helen Thomason Hans, Mrs Hr t-

I of land) agents that I was ,/ houts was needed. instead ot and n uMtketl t uig and paM' | l plant 111\- and that all -tal,Iiit
/' watertight A feature, of the
j attracted to this stition of I lie United) SHINGLE CREEK the man in charge of the service being '- Iigdtiulia.Jlf-.4h"/ : luiiau' of pi nit tniUiu .fust' should. In nniovid at intervals) cawed much amusement afternoon that

!States: I finally haW a of the able to even up the work to alnmtIX : 'my. was a writ.
,. than (IidIlY' -
I .1 loiigtt "
i Valley (layette, and. ,ii-oKid. to visit hours a week, it entailed an evttae "'I'hi'11' ha- lien 1 an m-i-ti nt andgiovMiig the ten description liv each lady of her
IM' 'Pests in hIreport on flywttigittun
KisKimmei while on the 1 loiida tripI ) )11'( ( II IMLRKSr BEING: .:\4.\MI \pen-e upon Ihi governmtnt I lie / d'rnlllld lint( tin gO.rll1111'111 totiduitid! in the\ 1 Florida wedding dress, and the date of her

1!i MANY MIDIllONs said that while he was in favor of 11)1l'oprlal1l1g ) take. -Iepto help in' tin. e-tah-| Ins tnmtnindtin' u-c of traps'as antlTiitivi marriage, each one signing her maiden

of towns all over the southern the addi !1-hllll'lIl..f 'i'oninrn'ttrul- of di-- ante
1 : 10 TilE; ( IU11UHKXPLl name' to )lay tin
mi thud of itadnating '
part of the State, coining to KlsimI expense caused b\ the )passage. of tineight tribution t I and tnalk.. t ing/ of Lam l |1'1'0-' 1 he /best guesser wan awarded a
I KlKtvival >. '
-t -
I mee for a few days early mi 111't; t trip.I ) I / hour provision, he was in favor i Jin t I' < '''.migtrat the 1 lat 11('gulnr: i iion 11 prize' 1 ooth-/ .. where
"I 1 I 1..1"\
in any fommumtv
I week that . .. .. made aPIII"'IJlIIn..f. ought, to a close a very pleasant
1 was satisfied tin fust of its rtptal Hitatnl that I h< hiIK -- an : '
tin labile, and dangciof this insect
Florida was the lust plate on earth seiMees begun at Shingle '\ I'd it could It itpialid without :tumu'ti: In'LTIII/ tin. walk \\ i. ,ticn.It{ aftet 'noon
h."l'I gun to In appieiiated by thebialy
to live but after visiting other, towns C..k on Monday night, and at every working a hard-hip upon''an} potaltaiiiei ni/i that tin lu-ini-s ol tinning I- markets
li-h and meat restaurants
I' and sections of the State I again lame service a large crowd has been! presi or d'rh.III/ : < remarks reverted an impotlant part of the. gnat "builit Ihree I two-hiorj' brick buildings

hack to Kishinume as the. 'Mai paradise 'nt.. Iie-v'. .J. W. Austin, a noted! evangelist the appioval of Senator 1:1'1.1: -- -ttiittuii.. t>f tin ,toiintrv, and /pullit stables and, other suihilaii und many residences! are being ere t-
'- a- ittfurdJx'(ntl attraction to .
for mankind in 1 1'Ioi ida and speaker, has the meeting tow of Kansas. formerly Assi-tant eutientlal, niithodof I jnarkitmgl.uni | +uljnuburndale: .
tin fly may be i inland! to install hUn;
"I 1 ran hardly make up im nand t 10 in charge. and is ably assisted l by Ke.\.. I'o-tmastet I l ;('11"1111. and who t is pmbaldv pt .111"I I (Ilia -lIl'pIYIIIg' iffiiniii "
with little I he !
I '- '
rUI' persuasion
leave this plate now even to return J. 1 1). Sihert, pastor of the :Methodist : the I".t t nloinied\ man on tin lat hproper" i recta fuilitK'-. "' Ihi contruct has been let for theetntion

hut> must go now and prepare) to bring church of this e,ity postal -,rv in, in the Si'n iti... It "a' at tia-onaldi. : intiii-t, i.iti" an th, I hat they are practicable I amonvinied of a -ixtti'n-loom apartment
from although
my family to this land of flowers as :Sunday; will be' home-coming day. BI'"to"h"! (look. tin liadiiig' pall I in /gnat. pin', In., il 1'01,1.-'' ", that nut -t'I ( out own "MUIIISS, houlit HavteiMu ]liiaibliv .

early as possible I have kept mj;' and a speiial I program will be earned) "111 a ,mill' out thi. /Pii-t Office Ilcput-1 l,., -t'Illyd ,In.tun. tailii .il! miproternent t we began late in theeosin"
and, only ran a small numlKr and 1 1b'b've
family posted on my travels and they out for the hi'in fit of I the>se bout or mintom< veinago! and which I.ult'd .. li, IIi .o'. ,I.d. and ri noniii 'Hhlloll'' \\ ail,
"even chops better(
1 it would In worth tin' latioi
are now as anxious: to > om' as I am reared I in that section but who ha\' I in H I nun.t lint, (,f I'u-t"ft">f t, "fiMm ol'i. i, ,i,hilt, lit', . :,n,, I. attal/t i i !n" d 1 than out .

to stay while hi re'. moved to other. plans \ -pnial IIIllallol t!. I a 1- I1l1d . .\ I rt,' runtrailit-,1 I ' ,* ":-\\h.., . 'h'..If. I l'"lI"l fin, till.. and, ipi'n-i to. anv niiiini'ipal 1 health

that \ ,i- extended to all fur, titer 11 -i. 1 nit 1' -.<., t to tht ,|" i i i M i hen there
lust think
is no
un a--i-t, t in it- eV', UII"1 1.\
drntof Shingh,,/ ( "nek to attind treSiindaN --'--- J".I"I- tot, "tin inn unit'i ind in.inn. I IJ26 Ir
select and snow and it"i', nod hardly iveia and othiiwi-i I
: s..i.\ u'i and :aid) tin pa-tot '- ,nil,mi I K II. t Itlinuc'' i :alld I I I I' i.r Iii' I ..t', Ili t mn; of the \\ o,rk It niplving anii 'n t )
frost the tntiii vvintii I. rentwireal '
in doing/ tilt woik, t Ihi. 1 loid, ha allot I"I.-o"i ?,' I In l"i..k. ,11'1'I'I 1 in i .i lifti"' till out but I ninth /good I.J l- tin' t lap- attatrd nili i,, "I.'oIlalll
hut I have
and too good to be true', '
I know ted (to t them" to !ptifoim' \\ .rhil M,g:.r' T I"'iv l i 'in rrgud i I.: ;Ih' 'y" !lid bon it Saving: in -..HII ._'
been' hire all the wintti and \\ \'. '1 hurlt of t I 1" ,
I,.,..t t tr"i < 1 t.h"'r )i .11 1 I 1.1\ i,' I IPik I .s""", .i r ,I j hiuiobngrvpen-, i [' .dll"I''''n 'f, v i i ii r ri

whereof 1 speak. t' I k- a"I <*. I Riau: | t -t' IV'. (Mill k I I' io Iluough) !: wu-touul: :nlpriperth'I i I i 'i ii i- 'I.Olt..d a- I'n'-nit'nt 11,1, I ,,.,'

"While in mold home they can TUESDAY ANDWEDNESDAY 'het fin tin, ofln of ,, ,.. ,r'
? pul'ii. 'i
., p'| _r..
.1 I ,
"'inn'"i' id 1'oMMi.f-ti 1 l ( ; 11"1 lal i i-- iiigainilion' will I.. im pii, to pit
minty. product crops for about fOil and .. II' i- f't'"oIIA.d, that Mi; I iIL,u I . '
liulc-oi/ : |
the aplnu i | l t tniurt ul limn"'"itl !I'a"-; of t III di pai t "tent'-, t tiv it': .

one-half months in u Mai. and thin SALE I i'. .-t! II 1 .I-i ,It I IM, I IlalH"I'. |'I" I II \\ lull, I taunt t..11.ilit toll i I I" inn i .ir I'tn-aioli,. will lot /get tl" pubI I,

they often make a failure' of that crop!, I: unir-i Iou; nun. i I.t I Ming ,t
I tal I 1\ I I:UL" .il"Mit tli ami: t ton' tin tilts mats" obji.. i t liveof. tin. new due to droulh ; down hire I hire -" ,'n : lit 1\1\ .' rnipla'erand' ln'i I I II',
\1'I I\TZ'S! I'nOEll( I: I \ lilt si I ( n"nun' i tli'd a Mi: \\bitt lot. tin INIitit . I the offn'i.ils of (Ihr dq'a| it rout ) 'I
three and even four crops) in the one , visitors at the While lion i ai'fr. .i1'
r" -0011: | 4ft t" i tu-} : .
pl'om"1" -a: it will nit Ii' iii--iblr to do
If have full ('l I SS-\ .\I.I.E\I !; ( ; \ZI.r: I I IE: :min a sl'
jeai perchance you a that 'I'uiley I I- ill di'I .t'1)1\' f,IM i i ial
t j lf t I h.l i ;ak II' i 11I..tll,1 t fuit '- thinir matiual 11: that Inn, ju-t ""'\ )
of it is about three OLIE: :\NS: : ; :-1-:11; | :| 'IIIl
ure one only J '"Ii ,, ,
crop u-uler'utini
t"i.i /K 'I. -e'I I t'ihul, I I. win 'toi' .* Im., la, k of mom' v 'I Hun. i- a iom.. .ii 1 1 i', .11' more of Ih'm'

months until thin is another' cop] .\l\' ErnIS/;| I l':. .,. U \ i ntdnl t ,I:;. ..1-" of 1 .IMi im--ioh. abioitl, -tudving; / tin proht'rn' S"lIltto.J."a and.. < ongn) --Ia.r!" M, "",
ready for the muiktt I his applies] i 11,1' ,, of'rlnti--,1 I I ai I ha'ked,, I I 1,11", II"j I I h'I. iI
;r i nJ( :s i I. i"" \ 'of( tin oaid I l (If1I.d. S\ iii nl'ml"'I'" of this .1111111--1.. '..:,,

of course, to IIIIru..k crops, and thefruits .. :lit I ll\i 'uk..uncd! heri. I La-. l Ihiuppi't' |" t ol /III'' -t i l. t \..t'.1, .i ,
1 tidily.Ill weir appointed' li\ I the I'u "t.1 aid
1 trust weeks of l lit. \.tilrt |
t--tic i 1 HERE
I I f find not affected hthe is no limit to
1 are ; t /lII/lltt.. i man ( o-11 HoInfoi .
tent IK behalfof
i i:1: ' In
poi in an'''' 'inn for, thin' T
(;llz'Il contained -pit-itih. ..nKiitisemiiit ipiniwa
,, weather being too told in winter, for of Kat/' Letun I i Hi: In,.i -'n.' who i is a piomi- mad b\ ( 'ongiis-.. TI1\I timaindi niation fiom' II"'I"t. Hi," the number of chopswe
store. that
while reading of the terrible freeze stating i"ul atloll1at i 1 1.1\'i (flak.) is ill fan .i' and the laigit nunibt i nf t tintommissiont . null) ati,.- (that the 1'n'-'di'nt' toll pmli' for !
sale have
a p"'ial would bi Tu 1 "
in California I have I been here to see put on ( you
make this tin.
of the of Dot' ably aJ'Jtuinlfeut al
appointmtiU/ man Representative '- the
wtie appointid'
: day and Wednesday of this week lij;
& .' for myself that the cold did no' damagein Clark with Dorman und I several states. lime he names\ a Di-Unt of' ( olumlna Pork Chops. Veal Chops,
I To say that the sale proved' a t ucCCHS -
\ this State. >
I, 'f.t., would-be but a mild IlobersoVi called at the Postoffice De- It isexpected that the l first installment ('oml11ig ioner. and this means! that Lamb Chops, Mutton

Mr. Mentz was asked what he partment and had an interview with both will come up for early consnlerution -
of the commission. (
for from 8tatci'1l'nt/ \\ill
8 o'clock report
on / Chops .. We have them
a; ,. :jthought\ ; of some persons that now) i injj until the 'store closed Postmaster General.Burleson in regard be ready in. November and then. this. 'all the President has "given' out" ,

and then state that they are dissatisfied 'might there were but few breathing to the postmastership. Mr. Bur1leon government will be in a position to his intention' of nam.In'a' : Commisloner In profusion." -- To yourappetite's

with Florida having come to' our i i... undei' assured' ;tlattManv ..
stood to have ut an early
take the work in line
with the 1"
nioini" nts for the links, mil tin -mile up I ( -tpiaitin confusion.We .
State from northern titles. and he ( 'lark, he. would j follow Initiommin -
on the. fare of both Mr Katz and hi pievailing' '/ abioadNi !. Ihiu-iu.d.
in hi, : t -I i hool hl'dl'' i ..ok,)
was very emphatic itpl\ iluion in) tin apf' omt mi nt \\ luU: > he n suggest as a con
MIM' Edgar 1 : tour .tit-lung' to behold : ':ai Iv' all of tin.. i rurop.u: | , . .
put in a I'alad, tbiiiugli tin t ,. I
"Yes' them ate 1 sonic1 people I huM did nut piomi-e ( talk I hi uiaild appoint '- clusion between and
It t a- not ( heap not shodih 1101 -helf tll'" hate txtin-ivi tu'al ru-lit" , -t-- . you
met down here that say this not tilt I Ihunlan> hi .xKi-id him that : I a/l'l'a')' au purl of tin. Mtv lav
wont good, that wen. put on salt', lmt tunu lunged thai, thin toil, uol, .1I them Collusion!
place to make a fortune but in several when he' deruk.d upon the matter one ft tival in' the \\-t < 'a-I I tit, I Ii,
I that high lass of inattiial used lit l> )I- kept' in Ihi halld.I'' tin "itininnini. .
cases hat I have investigated way 01 the othti he wouldt end for tin :af 11'i''i''noli 11 i 11 vviit 1'o[ '" T t"..r i
wonieii that is found onlj in a store tie" thiv --IMI 1'I1l'-" laganrvirtirrnnake ) .
that with him and if Potman was not satisfaitoiN tin .it lilt t ii' fn. lil
I they have been people tame -
1 of tin ) .
ibnaitii londuitiil bMr; loan -in illt r than would It
I of nth without he' would allow him to have SAM STORY
the expectation getting Kat/ llu- salt was, confined to the another i.on. -nit.n.11 b\ a I lank, aid.. at lea>iua i iI .\ /good tinn i I- pi' I li\ l.iinpntin ' ;
all, be.In that the man. Against the :>K indoiiintnt -
working v
ing d"l.a'IIII,111[ in charge of 1 E. C. I Ouzen- I,,It. l ati.- of inti n.-t tin t dtiiggi-i/ of I Honda who will ritnpKiKToit( ) :
land should product without cultivation ret'tv''d I h N' I.twin. !Norman isreported .
I bury, than whom betU salemanINI ,nu .it III hat t Iitt .I lunc,
no 'I I Ihr' hate duos, dial min i i II. J u mil
and they are the class of people I to have over :.nil. amid could a it i ii RULLBASS MARKET
stood behind a counter in a Kissimmec ea-ilN hate obtainiil rliunu'd I to fi,,-ti.r. agneultnal i di \.1 I Iopmi I I It l irwpe.. .I..d| that .il,out 'illll. '
that would not make good anywhere.On many moil I
business house nt abioad David 1 I.ubiu of ( al- pill 1111"I"i atti nil tl 4, 'on\.nt ion h
the other hand those that have
And the Valley Gazette; was the only i ----- --
of Senator Fletcher letuined to Washington ifoima who was responsible/ fin thi
here with the
,a come expectation medium used by :Mr Katy to. advertise after founding b\ Humbert .
King of
i farm today / a shortisit ill. tin International
learning to according con

ditions as they exist in a new country i this sale. Jacksonville and Tallahassee Senator I Institute of Agritull .nc
different Crops) and soil to contend A paving campaign has been inaugurated I Fletcher -aid he had a pleasant I at tin )Komi fotmation. has been of this such 1111".1( in LEITNE N 'S S INSURANCE ( BEHCYII N'I

I trip rural bifiknvsttm ',(
with, are loud! in their praise. and are at Live Oak. It is expected I
and took it up at the Tut.i.ting 1 ,L,, .. .
for Florida OM i Rood II .
continual boosters ury Nl In.u.c. .
: that all of the principal streets of Agency in OMCI] f junty
E.: c. I Lo\'('. of ' who has !been
ljuini > of the Southern Com nw rt'lal (Congress FIRE
When asked what attracted him )1 ACCIDENT
the city will be paved by next winter. )
ioke-n of .
applicant for District at Nashville Tenn last sum __or,..OE: 119

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L I! The Arthur.- E. Donegan Real Estate and Insurance Agency CIt12enS Second i Flgor"Bank; I I


i We make a specialty 4404444444a< ?' 40444444464444044040< < + 0444444.444 a4 Co 44 a 04044444 Co 4444044448440I 4

I ; of all kinds 4 Town Lots fifty ,

E of Real Estate *I REAL ESTA TE BARGAINS: I to five hundred

dollars each.
: work and Insurance + *

I Your business *. SUBURBAN HOME ; good house and other buildings, just outside City Limits. Twenty *4 Large tracts of

acres including
young grove. Purchaser
I may take everything the o
: place except and timber

i ; is solicited.Correspondence household goods, for $2200.00 cash: This includes a good a prairie -
cow and

f ,. t other stock also some farming implements. some lands cheap.


/ o TWENTY ACRES ; three miles from the post office

young orange and grape fruit J

; : -groves, fine neighborhood aid well located.
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. TWENTY ACRES, near town ; all cleared and under cultivation
; dwelling house
\ barn +
r 1 Solicited ++ and good chicken coops; fine place for poultry yard. +

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i- Kissimmee .$ $ D. G. WAGNER 1 .Manager tlJJ $ Florida

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FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. ,
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I; FlagleWho Made .' \ number of. magnificent; Hotels,, among "
them the famous Ponce d e Leon at St. .. A'
Augustine\ the Alcazar and the, Coredova'and'with ,
Florida: East Coast his.second wife spent

every winter upon his; fine estate on. Paint That Makes Good

Blossom Died the Florida coast .
'i TuesdayHAD He is most widely known for his
construction of the "Over Seas" rail .. .
road from Miami to Key West byway
:. BEEN:BLIND DEAF'AND OUT OF, ; HIS MIND FOR WEEKS- of 'the Florida keys The road was Think: what: an outside paint has to 'j !
- WAS MAN OF GREAT FINANCIAL West little stand,3
, GENIUS. ASSOCIATE opened to Key only a over. :
OF THE ROCKEFELLERS IN STANDARD OILBUILT a year ago and it was' one of the hot summer's weather winter's ,
sun---burning dry --- t
"SEAGOING RAILWAY"-' --------T!i- drams of Flagler's life that he should 1.1
" hive'w see the opening of the'1'Oad. .
,-J' --"-- The road is literally a sea going freezing sleet, wind and rain---and continually '.-- : t

1 \Vost Palm Beach, Fla., May 20.- At Republic he obtained work in a road in many portions of the way and N''
., Allenry M. Flagler, the :railroad!; mag- country store for $5 ,a month and his is one of the most wonderful piecesof changing the year round. -.-
. nat anti, hotel man, who has been ill (board. In ten months his railroad construction the world has

here for the past sev< ral weeks,_.died increased 40 per cent., .or about pay fifty was ever seen. These are the conditions under' I..

al I MI(I:.JO o'clock this morning and will cent.s'a.. week. lie worked hard and His second, wife, who had been ft .

lx hurled Friday at 3 o'clock. lie saved his money, gradually working Miss Shroud, daughter of a poor which MASTIC Paints make good. hwo f '' : ,
had! 1 been deaf, blind and out of his his way up until he earned about $400 Episcopalian clergyman In Philadel- .

t mind for three weeks. Death came a year. After he had accumulateda phia, became insane after her hus- They stand the test of time so well ;
'quietly and without pain. little money he moved to Bellevue,, band had spent a fortune in an effortto >. t !1
At :\1 r. Flagler's bedside were his and went into the grain business restore her reason, he obtained a the than satisfied--- .
users are more
<..on Harry, who arrived yesterday John I D. Rockefeller was then a com- divorce and, in 1901, married Miss r.
faun Europe: and the Rev. Dr. George mision merchant in Cleveland and Mary Lily Kenan, daughter of Cap- I .
Morgan, his pastor, who will conduct Flagler sent him many car loads of tain W. K. Kenan, of Kenansville, N. they are enthusiastic. flt I;

\ ,jJ\f futteral services at St. Augustine, wheat which Rockefeller sold for him. C., who survives him. ,
Where the body will be buried in the I Flagler also acquired an interest ina I :Making his first visit to Florida in MASTIC Paint has the largest ;;,:J
lazier I mausoleum! in the yard of the distillery, which gave him an outlet I 1885, Mr. Flagler became at once im-

Mi.mortal church which he gave to the I for a considerable quantity of gram. i pressed with the climate, the possi- covering capacity, and greatest dur't, t
Presbyterians of that city. When he left Bellevue Flagler had accumulated i bilities of development into a great

riaglrr'ii Parent Poor.Il'nry I a fortune of $50,000 winter resort country; and the total ability. It is made in beautiful, 1711' : t
Next he I lack of activities down the .
) M. Flagler, Standard Oil went to Saginaw, Mich., pioneering. ,'

magnate, railroad builder, builder and tried to manufacture salt. At I great connected east with coast.Jacksonville St. Augustine and was the strong, brilliantly toned colors, of ;

and owner of hotels and one of the (the end of three years he had lost his
( rest of the world by a railroad; be- It is the ideal / '
men who "made" the east coast of fortune and owed $50,000 to the men I yond that there was no communication great permanency. tj ;
I lurida, was one of' the small .
who had been working; in his salt I except-ity coast steamers, or the sand
( "id'lie of men who were associated for all work. Let show it and .
fador)'. The relatives of his first roads, which at that time were all the paint us you
with John D. Rockefeller in founding
wife loaned him enough money at 10 State had. J

i liii i ormously Standard rich Oil) company with the and growth became of per lent int".st.' to pay his debts and.I On( St. Augustine he bent his first give you a sample of it to try\.. - : ;f..:
he .moved to ( lev eland and engaged effort. the short railroad, he
gigantic corporation) His father Buying!: 4
in the grain and produce commission the eiettion of the gieatest resort -
was a poor 1'iesbv'tcnan 1 preacher ini .
i itiHiidaiguu., !N.; Y., who found it dif busiiu ssJohn hotel\ the world had at that time. i
nil to )provide the Hi-it.ssities, of life I II.) and William Hot'kt.feller iThl.a.I .. followed! by two others in OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.
and 'saniuil: Aidicws, had started a rapid succession in the Ancient city, I
i 1"1 i himself and funiilv on an annual I Iil
small oil refinery in Cleveland. ) on the andtill tilt i iv' was for more room ,
-. .n\ of $.1IJ)() In that little South ofKII
-iile of a lill) ). \\hen the stionil re and oppoitumtv to !get down the east f
.. .
In sti i. llin\ M I lugler wusii I
ii in I KIII.: Inn' 'i ty was built, on PHi7., Stephen oust win-lite tametoiit'H ot wonderful 1 Kissimmee, Florida ,
llitikntss, who \\a. related! to \\ I'FlagI"I' gtoxvtli of tiopic) luxuriant, R"ame.1
lie. went to school ('aiiundaigua
in 1 bynalnage! > | backed him foislocitinci and Iish and fowl, in ullt'ounh.d11ultl- i
m1,' ,J l he' hail reached bis" fourteen) !
;: ' in a p.iitiu i-hip withli I -, ; I ud,.,. a climate .uch a. existed now I
ti lien In derided to earn Ins Ku: "Uiil 1..11.,i and Ins as oc,.i.ites. OtheiII In'11' 4.r'! odd millions of acres ofIhe . .
. I -- -- - -- - ----
, alder to[ In,. theM
living n "
u in .. -
Jill''" i fill! Ill had -1II'UIII| up and f.tiust lands and most fertile soil ,
-*- of po\iit\ for his mother ami ttot t tMHiatt"- bought them up a- fast tapiiiK) ot pioduiiikg a luxuiv. of ''n hal .it cost III brains, determination, :\1. lugki .saw it could he done, and I be MO need for change of cars from '
i,?Ir IVitIi n fi.u ilollais in his. .t11"1,' 1111.80pInulled| 'lluu liuiiu .. 1 wealth and rood for the ition, i mi inand lal>ol'. '1'he definite atta "knew the country wanted it done, andit Foionlo J.o Havana Travelers would

\\i" kit and a. rill i 1 pet bug containing \ilopid' iapidl anil in ]170t 111 heard stones. Hi\ made I unitnt of purpose alone stands as ain was the "Old Man's (Hobby" to'' be taken. in their train across the dividing _
hiothii )In longings: in his hand t Ili4). ilosid thin paitmiship and org himsilf and hediUintintd I i nunii'nt to the enlint'l'rlngahiht ,. do it waters: and set down on Cuban
I Liglir .touted. front his home and .11uicI the I Mainl.inl (Oil loinpuiv. 1'1I-.f i| e\plinution) this iounti and 1 his faith in his plans despite the I But for his illness, and his ails.. to spied over the "Queen of the i
\sulked, nine miles to :Medina\ whinIn .\t first it was capilali/xil at $1.OHO,- the \\( opt'n Ifl]> > pi) '>tt-st of the greatest engineers of I the end would not have been death'l Antilles. ," in their own private car, j
olilaintd )passage to Buffalo/ on a nod, lmt after Hit lompany had bought to I.h.- world. I had in mind to connect the and! i return to their homes as! theycame l
fn light boat MU tlu DIN' taiial I'uiing it 1 a liw. large concerns. it ifitieasedit ,\, a tinaiuur lie "Knt w' How to raise I Today, through trains. run from I island of thiA country with Cuba by f :
the long hi1 sulisisU, .d on the needed i capital; for Ilie 1 giganticnt'iprvsO. I "
Juula.y i.ipital stuck. to $:\1,11)0,001), ) ) ) LlttlH I Boston to Key' West taking passengtrs- means of a gigantic i ferry-barge sys-
the luiuli whuh his mother had )>11.- was imii-astd to Sj.70OOO.OOO/ ( As engineer of difficult I gtrs without change because Henry I tem of steamers, so that there should I Gazelle ads bring results. E.
f'd) in hi"- hal In Buffalo he took' aI fiats, hi had tested) himself 'I'hi lest
.I vessel for which lit naiheil I n"'r,1| ell in Honda I.and. was a matter of time I

( after I a stormy p.tssag of time days) \\ith In' sttadilv intMasing wealth I'lisliing down the toast bv degrees.,
almost" worn out hy seusu. ..kness. :Mi I FlajIt'I"s business aitUitj\ expanded with, I thousands of foreign laborers ,
1'mm Samlii,k> young I'lagUrpushtil :.tnii iiaihid into other fieldsHe brought down from the great titles of
) on to tin little' Ohio) village I"-I'an( 'mteristici I in lailrnuds, : tht north, he rushed the woik (;trading .
Republic 1 \\bin be united then he mini- and 'banks. bought laige tiaits / \\a.I minimum item tossing
had a tivt franc pit-it, a I Preach nun of tmihiii lands and about twtntjlii bayou" sloth inlits was easy for there I
equivalent to alioiit one Ameriian. veals ago, itiogniing. the possihilitiis was unlimited supply all along the
dollar, I live cents in silver, and, four of I lorida, he began the dovilopmint light of wa\. It was simply a questionof Crockery Glassware
copper. pinnies 'I'hi- live franc piece) of the resources of that time and money, and he had both. I
he never spent I It was one of the mos| state upon it large/ stale lIe beganto When the line reached a promising I,
treasured relics' of his early career. build railroads in Florida, connecting '! spot on the ,'oa..t.11': ; I lagler stakedout - .
which he left to his heirs. with eastern' systems, erected a a town, built hotels and houses,

-- .... -- .- -- --.... -. -- .. laid his rails to that point, and invited
the people 'In. Daytona was soon

crowded Palm Beach was not longin .
multitudes of the wealthy ''i'( "' ,' .
How Much c&nWei seeing i -.J; : .
I from the world come down'and marvel Just Arrived i$ '

at the country, the climate, and '

4Z g __;.:J t9 AV: .ELI : the wonderful man who was doing this
wonderful work' Homesprang' up

"I.J' IT.h7, I, along the I line Hamlets grew into A new complete and up-to-date line of
bfijk 1111
y 1 i : villages/ and villages into towns, 1I
J I I edup by a rural population bringingthe I
):I \ <:( I WEEK : world's earliest vegetables to the I

\ T\\ railroad for shipment to tables in the .
1/\/ !J ; i.1 i. I frozen north. and tillGlassware

/ Down) the toast ran the "rails, and Crockery
-- _
/-/1 l".0;;... I. _. i' Miami was leathed "Here at, last,"

1// t", 11"J said the world, "he must stop." "Be- .
J 1lllunlnln.! ..... . fl'..'"rrIn uutjijijjj I li1IXIInZiJTflhJtUIIllhlI! _$ wat.rC.. i
I fP"-mlp' {"''or/7/1: '-.__- -1f.1 \ __ -- impenetra-ble sand keys I

running far inland, and a wildernessinto .
which because of its unhealthful-
your savings account a family proposition Interest that "
MAKE 1 ness, man dare not go
wife of yours. For years the road ended at Miami, '
Conduct the affairs of the household along business lines, and that city sprang like the Grecian Everything for the dining table, the .

goddess full armed from the front of
keeping account of every little expenditure and learn to
Jove. "Beautiful for situation, the
joy of the whole earth" Here flocked kitchen or any part of the house. .

Watch Where The Money GoesYou the wealth of the world, for the

winters Here grew up those magnificent -
hostelries that today have no
will be surprised how soon you will see where Economies equal in the country. Prices are very reasonable for these

can be observed, and how many seemingly little "leaks"can be But five hundred miles down, on
the tipmost end of the land, even '
fine lines.
profitably stopped. separated from the mainland by milesof Assortment is large

1. water, the sea waves dashing and
The proper way to begin i i. by starting a Bank pounding, and tropic storms and hur ">

Account here right now. Get your Bank ricanes sweeping the palm trees to i
earth in all the intervening distance, !
book today. Even if your first deposit i ia only
_. __ l lays Key West The farthest south '
a dollar IT WILL GROW.STATE city in the United States The doorto Waring Trading Co. '
I' Cuba and Cuban riches. The lov-
best isle of the southern seas; butwith .
::1 T I BANK I OFKISSIMMEE ( I, all the intervening distances andin'on.nience. I
.. of a sea trip to bet

...viredMr '
- -
1 I
I I :\\ Flagler set his e'ye on this as
his terminus-for the present.
"An old man's hobby," they calledit '
Capital 50000.00 ; but today his over-sea railroad is Glassware Crockery '

Surplus$30,000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00 recognized as the greatest engineering -

feat of the age, barring only the (s
and Directors
building of the Panama canal throughthe
C. A. CARSON, Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Prest. backbone of the Central American

M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest. mountains.
The work' cannot be described A

view of the complete undertaking is !

inadequate to give one an idea of ,

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The KJssimmee Valley Gazette.


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W. B.. HARRIS - Owner Tallahasse e, May 22.Represen'ttlve a i- better"1 pleased with the condition, "

S. J.. ..TRIPLETT - - .. . Editor and 'Manager. Stanford has .been classed by,'II| '.Kings so far than at any previous 1 New Arrivals .

Harry' Floyd l as .one of the foremostfifteen t session, and Marcus Fagg, identified
SUBSCRIPTION RATE$ One'copy. one Wear _______ __.....,UO w
members. '
n This
'0 One copy .) xmontris -.__-____- .76 One copy, throb imontha, __.... .10- '' is a distinct t J with the Jlome Society for Children
compliment to Mr. Stanford. He has in Jacksonville, who confesses that he I

11 AH communications, *except .from. our authorised correspondents, must to* been active in his work and has lost t Is pretty well satisfied with the way .1' ..:

signed by the writer. I no opportunity to do all that he coulddoto things are going. Everybody is hopeieful -

Reject_ -. -_mailed- _' _' 'lot'b..return"d4lnle.-.U. _.___ .tor.. ..__ ,._- -'m._- __-..._.,_ ,___,i .advance'.iheJOills.JnLAviichhe] | i : j ,, and yet but two weeks of the -------4-<'< -Ladies' Buck, Five button Oxfords

N Entered at. the PostofTlce In KUalmmee. Florida a. nocoi> -cIa.I mall matter. 'particularly interested.! -lie has put tension remain, und thtre are on the
" I 1 Osceola' county on the map. His publicity calendars something like thirteen hun- Short Vamp, Hf ;h Wide Toe. ,
( .FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. I'' bills have excited much interest t. dred bills to consider; some eightt ----.--. .
and much favor, but it may be that hundred in the (House and some fivet --

.. I he will not be able to pass them, b hundred in the S..nate-think of that! We have the above, styles in

Letters the Gazette j he is going to try. Nobody who! is Never in the. world will all oflhemt I .
to Valley both "white black in. all .
not in Tallahassee can realize whit lie reached. The only way in which ana ,

> moans to attempt to paNS a bill car- important legislation will be carried
THEY TELL THE STORY OF KISSIMMEE'S WONOKKPUIy i Tying anything that )looks like an an- will !be by u waiver of the rules under I sizes. 2 to 713 to C wide
DOING TO HUIL NUPTANJI MAKE<: STILL MrtKE( PROSPEROUS( propriation. Slanford has passed, his the Gornto resolution permitting/ }'

THIS FAVORED) SECTION. local fish ...illVhit'h changes I he i member, to cull up on the calendar, or : =:EK OUR WINDOW

closed season, in Osceola" to conform I I rather" from the calendar general leg/ |

China, Maine, May J)), 1913.: i, with the cTi( !>*>d 1 season in Polk and[J ,i-.In I ion and putting it through provided .r]

Friend Harris : 'As I am today spending, most of my time over the i t Lee counties, vVhich is for July, August I there is general consent. Some- I I

I September. and October.) Theincreased times it happens! that one member
register of my furnace and wishing we had remained in Kissirnmce about I
millage for good roads gets! 'It in for another. like, Acosta
1 in i' / -
a month longer, makes us wish we were still there. We have had but few 1' |
Osceola( county, which provides that for Flo'd- -" hi'll Acosta's hill for
da'sSint't' Hereafter is intention about
warm / our return. it our to spend Button Harris Co.
I the county commits.loners shall have, making burglary. a capital offense I -
seven months in Florida instead) of five and one-half] as we have done. We" i I ,
the authority to raise rtie clinic but somehow |
hope to return early in October so as to get( the full benefit of the beautiful :!1 millage I'i up Acosta won I
climate. I have told all enquirers since my return that I never supposed from !six mills to ten mills for loud out and the hill pas,....'!. That brings ] Bring Your Feet to Us to Be Fitted
t| purposes ha.. passed in the House 'ip) another question. Some
( days
there was such a spot on the face of the globe where the weather remained |
to second I'l'udllllund Stanford i is some of the members took exception I
for such a long interval without change as we experienced in old Kissimmee. :'
j very hopeful that it will pass 1'hpublicity y to .some articles that had )been
We grow to admire it and the people, the longer, we remain there, and now appcar-
II bills are twin measures fothey ,r j ing in an obscure :sheet published
that we have, as we think, one of the cosiest homes with everything in the way Something Unique in
provide that cities, and countiesi i down on the East Coast of Florida,
citrus fruit and shrubbery line that there coming and ] ,
grows on, on delightful
I i shall have the right to levy, a special 1 I and they proceeded' to pass a resolution ]
Mabbette street, we look forward with pleasure to the time when we are-rrax for History of the Tampa Times
advertising purposes. Stanford which in its general tune and

ready- return and. enjoy, them all. 1 tell all my friends here it makes me I I I is m"hltl..nt n. ._.f_ th.__._. .I.Ih.._. :.__ c0.t._,.-, effect reflected on every newspaper,
feel like <1anl'mg with joy e\r mornm.. when I g..t from
) up a refr"hhingsle'p Chamber of
and these bills in the State. :Marcy Darnell, who
and get out into the balmy air that greets you each morning. I cannot are the measures endorsed by thatI I IS chairman of the special publicity HEAL OKAY; ) I.TTEIIILI/ :\-S WILL liE: K.MPLOYEI: IN EDITING

understand why some I people that can afford it will remain in the cold body, yet it seems a problem whether committee appointed to censor and THAT .\}vI"EH'IOO'lfIST.IE: ;'; ;'; : : Jl'.NK: L'fi. 27 AND;'; ) 28.
northern climate and have their life blood sapped out with the cold when I''they will
pass or not. There is 1 in out to the weekly press an'-
they can enjoy life and live cheaper in that glorious( climate.I truth much --
( opposition to them, and i port of the proceedings, of the House,
enclose a clipping that might interest your readers who have not seen I I it may occur that they will be defeated was quick to make it clear that he At the expenditure. of a great volume j ):dn u roil \VtilersJ.. H. Benjamin,

,p it, which I know: is from the pen of one of the most J'.liable'writt'rs in this |! but in any event it will not had no purpose of reflecting on the of lime( burrels) of money and the Ocala Stai : K. I H. Tomlm, I Plant City

country, who is not given to overestimating, as he speaks from personal be the fault of the president of th elnews, service of the legislative pr.s"l) ...I1I'ddlnof/ copious. (whatever the I ( nuiier ; I O) J. Farmer, HronHon Times-

knowledge.Fours i Florida State, Chamber of ( CommerceI ( bureau, which is acknowledged to be I i II "is ) tubfuls of tears by two men known 1, )liemorrat ; W. K. !Carter Jacksonville

very truly, .I / has done bis l best but he realizes, j I the best news service organization to the newspaper( world as ;McKayand : Met Ilipolls.' ,

i I 1)). H. IICRRiN(;TON.iozenian I the steam roller that he is up aKain>t. ever gotten, together during a session Hcntley, the following cultuicd I ('ily Kditor-.I: 1'. Clarknon, Jack-

-- Stanford passed a measure of a ]localihaiactcr I of the L"jlhlature-but the sting/ was und learned journalisls have ronsclited o ''''1\ ille Kec-oid.,

( :Mont April 2R, 1)1U.! ::! which I is goingto prove of thenncvei On-less. The result has ( much against the I 'I( I best juilgment Assistant (City Kditor: ll. U. Potts,

Kissimmee Valley Caxcttc; : l Knrlosed, find $::3(1)! ( ) for (iazetle; to April gcncial interest. There was a ;Mr, been that the publicity committee has I I to lend then invaluable) aid inasiliiiu I Kissimttiee JournalTelegraph ,

4 J8, 1914.! I look forward. to the time when I shall be down ,in that country, Kochcmlcrfcr) in I Kissimmee' whose hu- sent out one or two icporls; of what / the' pitntei-", un the Tampa:t '' Editor:, l It I K. Carroll

again and if njy three places do not suit me, I think around, Kissimmee will. band, disiippcatcci" rather mysterioul.veven l the House .has. clone, and. the inevitableicsult I Times ii'. |get out lespectable, ), edition! , I u I, ala :StarAssistant

You seem to be doing things, there, and you certainly have a pretty location years ago/ There" was no piocifcif I I will lie thai tni' : public willconfuse of thai aftanuno t , paM-i|" on JUIHJ : 'lib Maph Kdilor-W. A

for a large city.Hook death to be had vet it was \ nilually the woikmgs/ of the Mouse I l7:! and's, :! \\ u'I'hl. Ilor cl.i itower.; Tampa.
for the coming of your paper with a good deal! ] of interest \\'.. hope, nothing I-MOIJ- will 1'olne, .
everyweek sure Ihat h"a' dead. Uncle, with the workings, / of the entire )Lcgi1latuic. -- ; ircm' Hepoitei S W'hlt.. Fra.It -
and hasten to get down in my easy chair and devour everything about tin( laws of the State, the widow waunable This mutter was called, to in Tantpa} whi-n The Jinii-, iCIMU r mal Itw urel..l.o' k.uot III le.

4 what I am pleased] to consider my own State to be., tc, "'11111.(' on the estate of the I'arneH's' attention and he made touted on thoM- <];ilc>. I' 1 lilcljjKeportei. Charles H

------ F. A. ;MAXWELL.Dear man who bad disappeared. A relief ample' apologies. Vet he contended I The following' 1 is a ( uniiUlc/ ) I I.t t c?if I'. (1'loa nuu n :New ,

Sirs : Inclosed }please find $:li.l! (( which pays my subscription up bill was necessaiy; to cnsiblc hei to that -onx'thing( hail to .be done in or.// l-he mart:} 1"- : Ho.inl of Trade ( ',It Kxchangc:

to July (1 i, 1(1)( :{. I regret very much to have kept you waiting so ]long. !I j M-ali/e cm the property, and this" watlie ilei. to. keep the weekly papers, !I IL "I, hursdii} .June. lh..Managing ,\ I'" Jordan, I'linta: (iorda; ) Herald.
, . ,
Have been busy to off meusuie, that Stanford -L.iii aria I mien.iki, i s Cot in, tal 1 Local. Hole
very trying pay a mortgage/ $R4llave( only] put' sciaij ;; ,114 wci-Kiies wen* neing
lately succeeded. If we can sell our property here we hope to be residentsof thiough. After. the lull was passed he influenced by the big 'dallies.. and' / tit 1'dI"lIa'y: I. Hmwii' ,,, l -. Ituo, ".,d| I |It i NVuttb-s. San
Augustine (Itccoid.,
Kissimmee. i' had, a number of congratulation"/ In t that the big dailies; were being, influenced M.ltl-'i t I It I IIIouithouM'

Thanking you for your patience and wishing, you and Kissimmee the the cITeit that the measure while being in the i editorial, commentsby I I Edllol'llilI'II'r": II. U.I 1b/ltety 1 < : ,- Ki-ioitci| (C I B.! Smith,
iainesville :Sun; ;M. I F
i' "best ever," I remain, yours sincerely, I / one of local I importance} primarily I'eter' (II. Knight, of Tampa and I ; llelherington. M.nlisui/" Kntei; pi Kecorder
Lakeland, News" :N' ( ; Stout. Ft )
CHESTER A. BALDWIN) could serve a generally beneficial )purpose other lobbyists of t he interests. Therearc ; < itv Hall (City Affairs-A. B.
Knox, Ind. April 2H, 19IS.:! .Mjers I'M-SS : (C K; Hovvuid.' Oilando (
Rnnto!' I t. !I'leice ;';
I some personwho' think that all 1 I ( 'niu,; n. News.ilMinicnt .

Senator I liuieifjin)' I is doing good woik I tile legislation" against lobbying'1 isfarcical .\ -' Man !i'. 1)). Stoneham,
Providence, R. I. 29!! I / City, I Kditoi: II. A. 1-i-lkel. I'ei.sji
,, April : I., 1 lid'! : Miami, lleiald
the well known I
III Senate He ---a lobbyist said l 1 I
I" chairman of the '
W. B. ,
Harris, Owner) Kissimmee Valley (Gazette.Pear : da :Newssi.siaiil-
publicland. the that the bill which .1igtunrnt'
) -- and drainage the' Wayne Thomas
Sir:: Enclosed please find postal note of 7.r> cents for six months I 'I .\ ( 'It.Edll'. ,' \\ \\ ( atter.
{, and his) votes on the labor) bills have llou-e )passed against lobbying hadmerely I Plant' I 'My ( 'outu I IUe
subscription to I
your KissJmme-e Valley Gazette. My subscription expiredApril Daytona .Jou I'lIUI.
27 j made him good with the laboi, people., dignified/ 'the calling, instead J' I hate -iiKXestmns/ to make
so the paper states. I take your paper to keep posted on what Telegraph KditorM; H liainull. ..
When the bill of defeating the occupation, and there "ept. t that II would be
t i for the creation of abureuu / well)) for the
is going in Kissimmee. West
on The Key .
place has certainly taken on a modern, city I Cilucii.Assistant
i those who cditiuuil t
1 ,, I of labor statistics was are think that this is true, tuner to caucus on their
appearance and if you could only get some way of transportation from up I Telegraph Kditor: 11. I.
)Ionvgan All that a lo.bbyist has to do i I liaders. umj u would lie
with the is
labor end of now great to have
Kissimmee to Sanford ]odd ,
and bring the freight rates down I think would Lake City Index.
you the proposition to serve notice that he is an article, "What I Think "
time. This a lobbyistand : of
/ be doing a great deal in the interest of your city. Why, it costs almost as have been every may get'permi'9I1ion. to 'Police H.portcr-R., 6. Davit's, from. the ,
much now to bring freight from Jacksonville to Kissimmee as it docs from surprising to some people appear before West palm Beach News: | assignmentman each day,
Providence to Jacksonville. who happen to think that; because a the committees and this is instantly( Federal Building Reporter.-AM. or from others to whom the city editor

i man is the president of a bank that granted him. There is no epee on record might,,I assign the, teak
I wish you. all success, Yours for success, C. Russell, Palmetto Newt!- I
he cannot have sympathy with the so far where any one has been ; R. S. V. PWhich'nit'ans let'
HENRY P. PORTER.Wayne Hoard of Trade, Citrus ExchangeLew : ; us
laboring .Ia",,' refused.! The entire intent of the bill. / know what
| / ( '' Hut there iv where, I H.! Ho\\[{, II. St. I'ctershuig lade you Ibink" about it and iftou'll
they make the mi-take of getting It appears, has ) ,.,'en to bring/ ,'...rtall1w,11 pcifciim
/ ,
Neb April 28, Hil.T! : )endant.
Kiss-immce slightly in On amendment known lawyers'' the State to TIn:
Valley Jazetle: wro-ig./ every I 'nilei. takeis, (General; Local.! Motels.Kail TIMES.
Dear Sirs: Yours of the :L'-lth! at hand. ]In regard/ to ;my'; huhs'nltJOnnclos..d } (that tamo up lIont'jan'ot.d u slate of. humility with regard/ to appearing ' road.K.. II ;Meek I Ft Mc-a.le" --- --" ---

find $0.7f( for six months subscription which }pays me up to Sept. 'for,I t the laboring/ man and why before. legislative committeeThere -. )LcadciCiiuithouse,

1st 1913! Do how shouldn't he, ? Iionegan has.. been, may be .satisfaction to somepeople I
not see I 'oudI't] / along/ without the paper nowYours a / Reporter)( S' .1 I
laboimg' ( man himself, and lie knows ) in this mere circumstance, but rIJI'|
respectfully, lett, Kn;" 'uuuuvdlo' I iur.etulty ; .
) State
what they have to 1'01l1"lIdllh.. The \\hether the State has been in any 'L News I
.F. II. KENSHOOr.Hartlett : ( Hall and I City ..MTaiiAlosi: ) -
labelling" men had ;n lobby, on the job) wise.' lK-nelited thereby. I is another I, l-'iilsiini St ("loud TiibuiieAssi '

and t they I put those/, Scnatm s on rccoid iucstion J II. KKKSK.;1 : :
Kans., April :2K!I liil.'i.:! line I / titiient' Man C I ) ( -. rig)
in -nape, und don't .
Kissimrnee Valley (;Gazette Kissimmee l-'la. you for- I -- I lOll, I >i-Litui :NewsAssignment

Dear Sir:: Please find I enclosed check for $l.fll< for a year's subscrip gel thai they will' not r-rnember whovoted I PAST, PRESENT I ;\lal1,, |H{ I-| I :Mar| : .A 11,1, ,,. :all veai tote. I is to be

tion to the'allev Gazette; papei. for them and who wan ariaigned! :: Ire Quincy Times.. ,'I.d '0"'. at ElI"II'
ugain-t/ tin m Still! thenIs the AND FUTURE
We all when ( room I '
are Very glad the day comes, for the Kissimmce
paper as for. doubt. lriduJune 27. S,\ .,
Senator' J. H. Johnston and - - "" new buildings, ,
glad read thu / are in course
we are to 11l'Wof\ how the town and
country is /growing/ and Senator, 11. A. I THE 51')1OF( FLORIDA FRM1S13 ( I nf i ,cm- ,
improving. We are thinking/ making home "inluysoii opposed the i. ""IIIIg'IIIEdltol'/ ) -Cliitence WooiK./ tucticin' nt Leesliurg.It .
( our before
long. I have ) : TO
lull and I thus 1913 TO BE: TOLD
j was Senator Charles, Eu'uI.wke
been there )Region.Edilorial .
once and Mr. Fntz has been there, four '
limes'V& sure like, the I K. | IN;'; HISTORY. 1 t iiindei .
: Davis who ) stood t that
climate and country around Kih>lml)1(.... Yours truly, took up the cudgels 'J ) : Wiitc-is' I Fuink, llaiiis.Oca . a large bakery
:.IL'altmt ,It.. \...IJOtI\- h._. L.wk I 't.. I" eiec-teil
/ fVwis
\x .. .., I la Itaiiner. in 1'i-nsacola] at an
:VlfS c._. .n .,i.-ti..i.TVrLAY n "u'n I This' week the Valley (la/.ette i ic- Eugeni; :Matliiws, I'. ..
-- '" 4 OP boot
- ." -, --" -_,,, /O ,_ : gentlemen can doubt! that they wereipcjfectly calved the advance sheets ""Florida] Staike Telegiaph ; E.1 Law. liar-,

1, <; uor.\i;'; ) IN: : 'and are becoming moreand) more smceie in their opposition' j l'd'l1I-Pufot.! :! ! :! Present and Future,," tow Couiier" Infoimant ; II. F' .McCor P-ig'
SMALL: TOWNS.I1 ;'; They regard the labor union a, thenext ; rank Live (Oak Demociut.) , pnp:01atau.tie| : : being" made at
I progiessive., They are developing i by George M. C'bapin, of ..Jal'h) I thing/ bad to the haul hoodednrporatlau. ) j i Fla. the 'ity Kditcii, )K .1 /grout celebration,
paiks and are. promising many otherentciprises publishersbeing/ The S J. Holly, Sunf..idHeiald. ; 1 cm the fcim, tb of
I Davis) July.
It is an interesting and significant" for their peojJe's health uitroduedt anuuIeudment'that j I (Clarke Company of" Chicago/ III. .

fact that the Kecreation Congress, >''and I pleasure. till no man should hold I[ The history. will be in two volumes,. Assistant City Editor--T l I' Hartig, ,\ IIIII factoiy, will ]locate in Live
I position of labor I
9 which is in session this week at Richmond Children reared in homes, that have, who had beeni commissioner |! of approximately 500 pages each, and Arcadia Enterprise.: Oak and within, the next thirty days

Va., will /give special] attention ;1 spacious 1 back-yards or lawns are. fortunate member of a labor I' will deal with the four hundred years Telegraph l EditorS, Hobo Dean( ,, it will, be ,in., operation.1 f
to the subject of playgrounds in 't hut even III such instances Hunan( ) or a stork loolder, -ur a corpora- i of wars and peace and development. I I Miami ;Metropolis.

towns of fewer than thousand in- I I f iUnn for "five years. It is not generally, From Assistant. Telegraph) While
ten Editor ,
: I there is need for what may be called ] I thought, |I an inspection of these advanced / } Flank bathing In the surf at Pablo
I habitants. Until recent years!!, playgrounds ] I I "organized"' play; for, it is only I,I Senator /mi, president even s-supectcd of the,, State that i sheets we can say that the Matthews; Key West. Beach I'. Kllison:: of )Fondulac, Wis.,

were considered necessary for when a child plays with other Children j Federation I \\ 01"will\ lie one of the finest specimens I'olu-e H"porll'r-A. K Wilson, Ft. was rcsi tied from drowning by a e
: only the congested districts of big j under intelligent/ and sympathetic direction I'appointee under, Labor would be the of printers' and engraver's art Pierce Tribune. i j I member. of Jacksonville's newly formed a

cities. But as the social value of that he gets the full educational I the provisions of the I that has been our pleasure to see, Federal ]Blilg. Reporter--) !. H. lum.| i i I''( 1 life saving/ corpw.
but in
V play has come to be more thoroughly and civic value of .any event the amend- and the character of the /subjects phries, Hradentown Journal. j I -

appreciated, the need of well planned I Nothing adds more to play.the desirability ]I i ment offered by Davis bad the effectof ( treated are such as to make the books Hoard of Trade, Citrus Exchange<: Eggs:/ / by the pound, instead of by

and well conducted playgrounds hasT of a town than a well kept park- statement calling Zim to his feet and makinga I invaluable to every Floridian who hasa G. M. Joolsby, Wauchula Advocate. II'| 'the dozen in the reform the Fancier's

Impressed itself upon a larger andy or a recreation (center the Atlanta concerning that Senator'sattitude pride in the achievements of the Undertakers, General Locals, Hotels | I association is to advocate if it pushes

::, larger number of communities. Journal. It is says toward labor unions tha't must pioneers who made it possible for this -B. E. Prevail, lJe Land Record '''a 1 resolution adopted at its last meet-
cheering to know : have I I.
4 t. The officials of the: National Playground that many communities are now interested I Senator challenged present.the But respect of every this generation to enjoy the comforts and Courthouse R..porter-H. S. McKenzie I ing held, in Tampa. i '
and Recreation Associationay in this field blessings of this the grandest Statein Times-Herald, I'alatka.
municipal the bill *
en was lost. It
, I they are continually receiving inquiries terprise. Those that undertake seems almost the Union. City. Hall, City Affairs- Joe Hugh Nassau county will vote on a $180- '

; from comparatively small carry forward such work will be well and lation next to in impossible Florida. to And get labor the legis- Mr. Chapin is one of the foremost Reese, Legislative Correspondent Tal (000 bond issue on June 3. It is proposed

,, ', cities throughout the country as to repaid by an increased queer writer!! of the day and while he deals lahassee. ); to use this sum for general
population anda thing about it is, that at this
the best means for establishing and quickened stage I absolutely in facts he tellj"-the tory Assignment Man-Rube Allyn I road improvements including hard-
prog esa.-Tampa matter both" sides
supervising public places for play.This bune. pretty well satisfied. seem to be in such pleasing words that the reader Sarasota Sun.Assignment. surfacing.

j.. indicates an interest far more the There is Ward, is completely entranced. i Man-W. L. Straub -
lobbyist for the Western
., f Delusive than that which has developed Pinellas county "drys" have secured who tells me that he is Union well, Histories written of Florida in the St. Petersburg Times; How about car- will Street letter boxes in St Petersburg

In the larger municipalities. The enough signatures to their petition pleased' so far, and Senator pretty Zim past have been rather incomplete.This toon on Florida Press Association ? shortly be painted red to conform

tact in American towns ranging in to assure the calling of 'a President of the State Federation of, one will accurately cover the Saturday, June %8. t9 S. the latest orders issued by the U.

, t. population from five to twenty thou- special election on prohibition. Labor, who testifies that he is much entire field. No well-ordered library Managing Editor-Frank Mayes, postofflce authorities. AU rural
\ in the State should U without it. Pensacola Journal. route vehicles out of St. Petersburg

" i I will also be painted red.

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f;; tJS$ VALLEY: GAZETTE.Telephone c- W. Griffin, / ,' :
.pent the week end Everything in.the line of, millinery I pleasing'personality,- i a' hent Ih
No. ;
11. with friends BOARD ;
.- \ ) at Tam .,\. at 'reduced prices.. The Elite, Millinery HELP STATE speaket and has a coviscin'd.her'that \ ACTUAL WORK

Published Every Friday ,By. .if IV; : yhHe,shoes. you want Gilbert Store., 22-lp f will make for Mm friends in our .

W..B. HARRIS. has. -an up-to-date line. 22tf Mrs. T, J.. Van Durer'left Tuesdayfor' ERADICATE TICK I community., DONEIN HOUSE
The congregation has* decided to .. .
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+tO.OO"OO"'OO : O' Mia. :M. C. Bryan spent MOl\day a *sit, with her son, Dr. T. J. have' Rev. Witherspoon remain over .1 .
Van I -
,with friends at amp at Perryville, Ark. next Sunday, and it has been the
Weather Re ortl! Sheriff' L. li Ingram The person holding No. 23 On BILL IS NOW IN LEGISLATURE unanimous opinion of every member, PUBLICITY COMMITTEE NAMED

I I fessional;, visit to Tampa mad Wednesday.a.-pro. panama .hat. present checand\ : get of the congregation that 'he will be -

hat. The Elite Millinery Store. Ip retained as the regular pastor., '
Following'are the daily tern- EVERY FUTURE. WILL,
can get twenty yards of calico Rev. Witherspoon.has been the pas

perstures and precipitation at for one doll 1''"- at GI1 ert'e. 22tf 1 LaFollette Buck and. wife .who WRITE: HIS SENATOR AND tor evangelist of the Birmingham district BE FURNISHED WITH INFORMATION s
reported by the Government spent the past several months here '
REPRESENTATIVE TO SUPPORT and has many years of experiencein DIRECT FROM
station at Klssimmpe for the Isaac Hall, the. noted Peghorn' left this week for their home at An. the denomination that will make HOUSE COMMITTEE. .

week ending. May. 22. 1 3. booster, was a visitor to the city yes-, glesea, N. J.: THE MEASURE. him a desirable acquisition to Kis C '
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terday; .
MAX MIN. CAIN Do: yo part"of the work; tote your simmee. Tallahassee, May 20.( -Among the

Friday . . 91 *1 ... I Strand wood $1.26 per strand. part of 'the load by. attending the The following letter,, which Is I- "'''he Valley Gazette-joins the.inem- more .important bills of a. general.:......,

Saturday. 85 69 Prompt delivery within city limits. meeting of the Board of Trade Mon- self-explanatory, is recommended to I ben of denomination in welcom- nature passed by the House of Representativei -:--

t Sunday . . ... 90 68 . Phone 252. M. B. Carson. 10-tf day pight, the owners of stock, with the hope ing him to our city. during the present ...e.- ..... i'J'

: Monday . . . 91 69 .12 that. they' -will at once answer the I don are the following: '
See .W.flL I
I Sumner for designs and Geo. Gardner will his request of Secertary
f' Tuesday . . . 92 61X I prices of white bronze monuments accompany Willoughby:: THE GlJSTSbi, Providing for< father
J. M. Gardner, on his trip to
Wednesday . 91 70 I statues! grave covers, headstones, etc. 1 State Fire Insurance Rating Board.
/ the Confederate reunion at Chattanooga Gainesville, Fla., May 16, 1913. Bills
:X Thursday 92 69 21tfNew ; BEACH PARTY creating a Bureau of LaborStatistics .
),: which meets next week. Mr. S. J. Triplett, Secy. Osceola Coun- amending .Iaws relating to"ftmployer's
lot of 45-inch
.-:... voil flouncings, ty Live Stock Club, Kissimmee,
I big value at 75 cents per yard, at Misses Ethel Bass and Gertrude Fla.Dear. liability, prohibiting the
-- Gilbert's. 22tf Simmons, of Punta Gorda, are here W. B. HARRIS AND FAMILY ENJoy employment of minors in certain occupations -
I I U I S U I I I I S S I Sir: You may know that a .Ii,
44-I--I-S I I I I S I I for a visit with their grandparents, A DAY ANI NIGHT ON and prohibiting employers {
II. G. bill authorizing the State Board of from
Seiver and wife left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Porter. discriminating against employees -
i THE LOCAL FIELD. j | for a short visit with friends in Health to use funds from its present : who belong to or desire to join
b Illinois. Miss Mattie Bandy left Tuesday fora revenue for tick eradication work and LANTIC.The labor uniqns. i' .

three months' tour of Europe, go- building of public dipping vats has Appropriations for a monument to '.,'

S S I I I S I I S S I S I S I I I I S 'II S Judge S. I). Decker, of St. Cloud, ing by way of New York. Her itiner- been introduced yi the present Legis- following was clipped from the I the women of the Confederacy and for Jt 1,

was attending to professional business will include the Maderia Islands lature, has been reported favorablyby
The Board of Trade meets Monday ary Miami Metropolis: a statue to General Edmund Kirby 1

!night. here today. Gibraltar, Belgium, Germany, Switz- the Committee, and is now on the OJUS, May 13.-A most delightful I mlth to be placed in the National 11

Kandall Keen and wife left Tuesdayfor I erland, France and England. calendar waiting for passage. Another beach party was arranged by Miss Hall of Fame. r
W. II. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers bill 1 is being considered, author- 1 The creation of three new counties ,
a short visit with relatives I last in
Clyde Sunday
at Seymour on
I Byron A. Mills and Prof. A. W.
the tree people. 40-tf izing the railroads of the State to issue Bay, Seminole and Broward. ,
Miami. of Mr. and
honor her house guests,
Cox of Loughman visitors in
free passes to agents of the Boardof
t; K. Parker, dentist, of St. Cloud, I city this week. Prof. Cox is district Health when on official duty which Mrs. W. B. Harris and children of Making the burglary of occupied ;1'
Mrs. F. G. Thomason has accepteda houses a capital crime.
business' visitor here Monday. deputy for the Woodmen of the Kissimmee. The trip across thebaywas
xsu1a would the of
use ;
position in the dry goods depart- money Submitting a constitutional amend- r
made in boats and the day
World and is working in the interests
It. B. Woodham spent the week end ment at Katz's store.I now used to pay railrpad fare for was spent bathing in the surf and pic- ment abolishing the office of County 1.
of that order in this vicinity.
for more important work, and enable Treasurer. ;
the Woodham home near Narcoos- --. .
ut nicing on the shore. The weather was
G. Wagner and wife Mon the officials to make numberof
spent a larger Requiring Commissioners ::
M'C Wm. Roberts and Harry Watson ideal 1 and everything conspired to
day with friends at Sanford, their will be among the Kissimmee people personal visits to localities where. make the occasion a most enjoyableone. and members of County Boards of ?
(C O. McLaughlin, traveling representative former home. disease exists.
Public Instruction
to bond.
who will take advantage of the excursion When the time came to return give ;
of a Jacksonville firm, was You will remember one object of our Bills funds for the \
"'\ Geo B. Tatman left Monday for rates to visit Chattanooga.Before home some of the party were not yet f
I in,' the city Monday. live stock association and country State Institutions of :
here the middle of higher learning,
Benton Harbor, Mich., where he ownsa returning. satisfied and decided to spend the
club is to look after of this
Attend the meeting of the Board ofI summer home.A. June they will visit friends in Ontario, legislation night Camping on the ocean beach. A for county scholarships in same and)
sort and this will doubtless be
our for Summer Training Schools for '"
and share Canada. rain interfered somewhat with
I rude Monday night your heavy .
W. Gustus, assistant cashier of last chance for two years to get the but Teachers. Also for Corn Clubs\ and :
!part,, of the job. of the Citizens bank, visited friendsat Frank Tatman went to Tampa Sat- work started. The work of the Legis- their pleasure in the evening Canning Clubs.providing .

:Mr. B. C. Dutton, of the ,buttonriurris Sanford Monday.Rev. urday for the purpose of having his lature already very much crowdedand this was soon whatever over and gloom a large might bonfire have I for compulsory school at- ,

Shoe Co., spent Tuesday in eye examined, which was much in- it will need personal help of our dispelled '\ tendance in counties voting for same. 4' -

Lake-land! on business. A. J. Holt returned Wednesday flamed from a small piece of steel best friends to push the matter been caused, and they returned home An anti-lobbying bill.! '., ,-,
from St. Louis where he to the next morning tired but happy over
went cutting the ball. It was found to be through. The general revenue bill. "

I H\ I' :Mikexell, manager of an ex- attend the Baptist convention. nothing serious, and Mr. Tatman returned -I The people are with us, the work issuceeding their splendid outing. In the party The Trammell! bill abolishing the '
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris, Mr.
'.i I.'mlanch at Canoe Creek, was a on the night train.In ( well in all 'parts of the were convict lease .
Night I'oliceman Lancaster had the I and Mrs. J. A. Poppel, Mr. and Mrs.C. system.
I iiMnesx, visitor here Tuesday. State, all it needs is more funds and bill and
Byran Primary Corrupt
misfortune to lose liy death a valuable a letter to the editor from W. B. I II. Ives, Mr. J. W. Seymour Mr. .J. a ,.

: i Ir'. F. W. Harper, of lleadwatei horse on Wednesday night. Harris, who with his family is spending specific will authority of law. memberof i in. Higginbotham, Misses Seymour Practices Act to restrict campaign expenses -
you please every and
pi-lit Tuesday in our' city shopping some time with his father-in-law, I Higginbotham, Mattie Belle Harris prevent illegal practices :
Kd Roberts will be among the num- the club that you can reach, to in elections. '.
among our stores. J. W. Seymour, at Ojus, Fla., that 'and Messrs. Ingals'\ Lowell Torn and I
of Kissimmecitex who will attend the write a personal letter to his Representative Dividing the state into four Congressional .
gentleman! the sad news of \ John Frazure.
(iuy; Gardner, -one of Ki the death of Mrs. Harris' M.ster, Mrs. Mr. \V. H. Harris, proprietor of the
.. ', business men, spent Tu..sday'dllht Chatt.anooga'i urging him to take hold of this matter i Providing for the election of United ,
:Marion Miller and ialloway; at Gainesville, Ga., on Sat- I Kissimmee Valley Gazette, accom-
with friends at St. Cloud. and se that the laws benefitting the States Senators by direct vote of the "1
'/ Miller of morning May 17th. his wife and children,
Chester urday I live stock industry receive full consideration panied by ar-I II people. ,
Miss Lucy Pearce left Saturday to the I'ltyVedn.t, shopping amongour rived Thursday evening from '
and liberal action this
I Our) attention has been called to An amendment to the pure food law. .
weeks with her sisterl Rtor s. mee and are the guests of Mrs. Harris -
-I'ciid' a the fat: that limes' are Celling atJacksonville year'?! =Nothing helps in a campaignof Providing for the distribution _of .;,;
.\l 1 rt>. A. 1- Bryan, at Jacksonville. After un absence of a few weeks, for 20.0! f. o. b. per this sort as much as a personal father, Mr. J. W. Seymour.S. II the state school fund by giving each '

Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 16 8 \isitmg South Florida cities, Frank barrel, and aK we are directly in the letter, and it it now up to all of the county the amount it pays in.

*for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per I Duke returned to the city yesterday, center of the best citrus section in folks interested to get busy and stay I Ion S. BUZZA COMPLETES i Providing that damages may be recovered -' .

fctrand. 7tf accompanied by :Sheriff< L. I H. I Ingram. t the State it strikes us that it would the job till results are accomplish- fiom telegraph companies .

lie both a wise and remunerative in- ed. I CONTRACT I for mental anguish caused by their ,
:Misses Ann Carson, and Mildred.I Wanted500( ( familes in in. Very truly ;
dustry for our people to engage yours failure to deliver telegrams relating. ,
I left Tuesday for Luke City, to to use I'atnip. It kills rats Kishimmec'j' C. I.. WILLOUGHBY, I to the illness or death of relatives. "

I IK" present at the commencement extrixeH I I| lies; the Inxly. Kis-ximmee C. W. Ward leaves lonight for Secretary Florida State LiveStock I CEMENT; !SIDEWALKS IN Many other bills of general interest ,l

"_>"_>-tf. Washington and other eastern cities! '
I of Columbia college.W. I but of lens importance have been passed ,
to return
and not expected
II. Barnett has severed his con- I :MrsA.. S. Gilbert; leaves tomorrowfor I until fall. :Mr. Ward, who for the 'ITY ITS SIZE IN TIlE by t the House, as well as a large ,.
TRIAL number of local bills of great benefit ;
she will attend PREACHED
'.t-i-tion with the Kissimmee Drug) Co., Lake Cityh.lre I past few years has spent his !summers ('OU'fltY.The I
them. ,
to the localities affected by
and will devote his time to solicitinglife the commencement\ exercises of Columbia in Switzerland, has not yet decidedas j'' i I

insurance.For College. to his movements during the next i SERMON SUNDAY - I

rent-Modern 5roombungalow How a watch maker revolutionizedthe' four months. contract let to S. S. Buzza to TWO HUNDRED ;

in heart of town. T. M.. Mur'> Y' 19tf, printing business will be told in News was received- Wednesday :by PRESBYTERIANS:: LISTEN TO lay about has. been one mile completed of cement and sidewalk the- BOYS AND GIRLS

Elder Egbert Gillette of the Shaker picture at the. Pastime', tomorrow Edgar Katz that N.. i3; Fowler, who ABLE ADDRESS BY NOTED} work accepted by the city. .
evening. winter here had died suds -
colony, located near Ashton, was in spent< the MINISTER OF THAT FAITH. Mr. Buzza, who has traveled exten-

Uu- city this week with a wagon load :Misses Annie and Mary Ferrell, of I denly Sunday at his old home in I sively over the United States, in conversation COME FROM LAKELAND SUNDAY '

..f bananas grown at the; colony, Quitman, (;ia., arrived in the city last I Salem Mo., of heart failure. :Mr. with a representative of this SCHOOL AND HOLD PICNIC -
"Fowler has many friends here who Re% W. Witherspoon, of Bir- |I
visit with their i
whuh I In- reuflily disposed" of. night foi a month's > paper, stated that Kissimmee contained ; ON= COUnT HOUSE LAWN
l.iother, W.1.: Ferrill. i will regret to learn of hi1- --uddendeath. mmgham Ala., filled the pulpit at the i I more miles of cement side-

ami daughter, Presbyterian church last Sunday in -' ,
\1r,. E. W. I Duryea I walks than any other city he had ever ,
of ughman, were in the cityI J'Jan'. it in the front part of your I I answer to the call of that congregation The Piesbyterian Sunday school
Amy F. II. LuwsonMshes you to lieu (I visited, a fact which was not only a \.
for the I.ini Ii und keep it there that the Board comeVnd preach a trial sermon I
I urxday, having come purpose and splendid advertisement, but showedthe picnic from Lakeland, headed by the
that he is selling staple
of attending/ the big ,sale atKiitz's of Trade will hold one of the most I in standard goods at low reduced prices. i I with the idea of becoming: the pastor j i progressive spirit of aur people pastor Rev. W. S. Patterson, and ,)
and Wednesday..loel I important meetings in : III charge.Ilex. John Patterson arrived -
l on Tuesday I 11 it. is not selling "whirlwind" goods an tine felt ret tairi it would be the Superintendent ,
Monday. i 1 ItI 'tU. : WithiT'-poon arrived Saturdayof of people locating here. I in Kissimrnee at ten o'clock yesterday -
liroylcs will lea\ e (Ill the excursion I nor goods that ha'n M> many cause many
last week and met Mr. A. S. made' their
Sunday for Chattanooga. j J S. Floyd l will be among I the peo1 days' they' ",on't bring manufacturer's was by I (In practically every important morning. They

'I 1 and will spend the iiiiiiira 1 pie of Ki.ssunniee who will I take! ; ad- "oi.t I. \His i is new and up-to-date | Nelson, and spent the day looking street. III the city is a cement sidewalk i \\'ay to the court house grounds,

run., in Last Tennessee. ( kluhoma \antage of the cheap excursion rates' .stock. Cull IInd'e for ourself. | over the city and acquainting himself \ and the council will, as soon asuecasMon [ \\ here seats and tables, ice water and
It h relatives with members of the congregation.Sunluy '\ walks laid lemonade had been prepared under
here I in toiMt < hattanoogu. lie will leave -!2.1tI warrants, order jon j
I and Texas, returning I i Sunday.I morning at 11 a. m. Kev.Witherspoon all outlying streets.IAC.'cLS.. ,! the supervision of A. S. Nelson.An .

the t fall. I I (rend; ('hanl'ellol'V.. J. :Sears; of greeted the congregation address of welcome was made

Frank and Miss Ellen Wrcklir -II I CliaW.. dc :Marline, deputy inI'eliue I the Knights( of Pythias of Florida, : with the announcement that this, I by :Mayor James W; Lilly, which wag

Doyle 1 ternal collector for this dis- I went to Waycross, (lia.! on a special his trial sermon, was in fact the "tak- responded to by the pastor of the
married at St. Augustine I
: i were morning i and I I immediately i I tiict was in t tin- cityVednesday 'invitation of the Grand Chancellor of I i ing of his measure by the congregation Ficd Bass: this vseei. sold to J. z'l Lakeland church. Rev. W. A. Witherspoon -' !.

Monday left for Shaion, looking: aljer I i I the government's inter- I that State to attend the meeting of I ," and that he wished to serve )Kol.crson a Hudson l H7: touring car. the new pastor of the Ki sim-

after the ceremony future..Mr. ",I'. the Georgia; grand lodge. After attending notice that he also would take the I lace church, tliVn delivered an address {

1a., where they will reside in the meeting Waynoss, Mr. "measure of the congregation." The Laymen's meeting will be heldat I, on Sunday school work. !
Doyle has been, here for the past HFatlwr Fox, of Orlando, will afternoon ;
,. :May Sears will'go' to Tallahassee to appear Taking for the \lesson a part of the'' the Methodist chuch Sunday The Lakeland band accompaniedthe \

three years operating as a land agent come to Kissimmee tomorrow, i in the interest of some educational I tenth chapter of the Acts of the ,, at three o'clock, and wit be led I II. I picnickers to the city and furnished .: !

and was well known by our people. 2 Ith. I Devotions und< confessions morning in measures \iK-foie the legislature.: I Apo."tles, he used" the story of the call by K<-v. K. W. Witherspoon. The public !I I some pleasing musical numbers \ ';-.
evening ami I mass :Sunday is most cordially invited I
Andrew Johnson was a representative of St. Peter to go to Cornelius, the generally I all during the day.
o'clock.J. : The Lakeland bands hich accompanied I I
at H Parker .
( F. president.The
citizen of the Osceola county capital i Italian, and speak to him ax directedby to attend. i. The Lakeland baseball team came
from the I
transacting business in Tampa E. Lupfer, G. H. Prather S. W. I'I picnic school to I'rehLYler-1 the Spirit of God. This lessonwas I Pastime theater will show asot I I with the picnic, but .when they went
ian Sunday
yesterday. Mr. Johnson reports that Downing and their families were the i! rendered some fine music; one in which St. Peter saw in a I of slides tomorrow evening that i on the local diamonds they did not

Kisximmee is growing at a rapid rate guests last Sunday of B. I' Mikesell I streets of Kissimmee yesterday. The vision a sheet let down from Heaven I will give the history of the linotype. find score-making such a picnic with

and that it is one of the best towns in at his beautiful home on Canoe i band is a credit to Lakeland. They j With all manner of animals therein, : Beginning with a photo of the inventor the Kixsimmee team. The score resulted -

Tribune, May 20. and the giving of the command to in 3 to 5 in favor of Kissim-
the State.-Tampa Creek. appeared in neat uniforms of bluecoats Otto-Mergenthaler, and wind-

I and J white trousers with blue "rise kill and eat." From this developed ing up with the latest model of the mee. ,
Mrs. Wm. Baughton, who has been Mrs Hortense Brack Scarborough the lesson that whatever the wonderful typesetting machine, they' At twelve o'clock the visitors were
In the afternoon they played
the guest of C. W. Barrett and wife returned to her home in Tampa last caps. Lord had cleansed should not be called the remarkable development called together to enjoy the feast of
Kissimmeeand will show
at their home on Verona street for Saturday after spending two weeks I for the game unclean. Thereafter Peter was visited of one of the world's wonders in ma- good things to eat that had been provided

left Wednesday with her mother, at Davenport. ] by the teachers of the various
the past several months, very pleasantly by a messenger from Cornelius, I chinery. No extra charge. This isa

t t for North Dakota for the sum- Narcoossee.Do What do you want to buy with who was not. a Jew, requesting that special feautre. classes of the Lakeland Sunday

r1 ." mer. She will return here in the voile your vacation time and money? Best he come at once and administer unto school.

fall. you want an embroidered batiste, value at White Springs, Florida. All him. Up to that time St. Peter had If those visitors from Lakeland en- Eight of the Presbyterian Sunday

white or colors, or deep lawn or the delights of a social diversion. All not administered to other than members -, joyed the picnic her Thursday, the school teachers came along to look.

Thirteen to nine in favor of Kissimmee flouncing We have over 100 samples let- the benefits of a health resort. Enjoy of the Jewish tribe, but saw at Fourth of July committee wants to after the youngsters, which numbered

is the way our boys wound up from which you can select and every minute of your stay and return once tbe lesson in that vision that he say that there will be many more nearly two hundred.

the game with the Winter Park boys us order. F. H. Lawson. 22-lt home equipped for business, social was to go unto all nations and per- things in store for them ift they will Everyone appeared to enjoy the day,

last Monday. They played at Winter will preach next and household duties with renewed form as he should be directed.As all come back on the Fourth and ad many parties were taken over the I

Park, and this made tour straights Rev. Chisholm "Our Relationto vivacity and restored vitality. Spring St. Peter came unto Cornelius, bring their friends. The boat trips city in autos, and there were expressions : ..
for the local team. The Winter Park Sunday morning on for all beside the baseball and from that Kla- '
Churches At night he will in fine condition. Hotels of highest I come also unto this congregationto free surprise many

boys have been taking games from' Other Good, Pleasure to Give excellence. Wrile Woman's Civic minister as the Lord shall direct water sports that have been mentionedwill simmee' had grown so much. '-'

Sanford and DeLand right along, but speak on "His" Invitation extended League, or Board of Trade, White and you shall require.Rev. help to keep you busy when you They departed from our midst on
they did- not know what we had in the Kingdom. the 4:15 Atlantic Coast Line train.
Springs, Fla. 2t- tpd" Witherspoon has the gift of return.\ :
store for them. to all.


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FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913., .,

C. L. HYATT r; 1'i

0,,' HU. 00 U oooo 0 H-Ho be prepared to care for any cases that 1111111111 i 11111111 fi n 111111111 M n L J-NR., Phyaician.and.

THE 1 CONGRESS ASKED may occur during the continuance of Surgeon I

i the exposition, but which ia now pro Efficient Service Absolute FrolectionKissimmee Phones J

ManhattanHotel FOR APPROPRIATION vided with doctors and nurses to care Office, 197 Kissimmee prf
Florida ,
for any accidents that may occur Rite. .48 r l4. !;,I
I Ir ... among the people employed in build- X* irr "

Special Attention to n TO MAKE A CORN EXHIBIT ing One the'of exposition.the. busiest, .'places on the : Citizens. Bank of M. RIVERS, M. D. jsj:,|r!

t Traveling Public I: grounds is the Department of Exhibits 1 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON :JT "

1 ; ,which- haw. been_ In. receipt *Q .
J Just across tho square from : \ WORK ON BUILDINGS FOB PANAMA applications for that it _OTeeoyenUaceola Pharmacy
A. C. L DepotKISSIMMEE KXPOSITION PROGRESS- many space Offers every facility for conducting financial '. --Tlt 1400 53 +
has already become a question of : I I'HONis; : I t jlce i ;

I FLA. f ISO( 1-\1'11I1.1'-\1.1. WILL elimination and selection in order that matters in connection with the transaction of ::1'I 1 ', (,

BE BEADY ON 1IMK. President D.1 C. Collier's:! idea of "pro WINK
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1_ cesses rather than products" may be general : I\V'. \.

0 i aO'4+44'4' Sd4-0 0.Od demonstrated to the fullest extent in Banking business. t: : I'IIYSIGAN.! I F. ,

t Washington. :May :!2''Accordmj making of this an exposition that Office/ JJnd Floor Willson Building.KiSMINNRS. I .

Telephone Us to the Daily Consular R..ports'the shall be "diffeient" : : I'IIIINB ,Y
I 'I Travelers Cheques ( payable anywhere i Kh11iIl.i'Ii' KI-ORIDA rJ
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(;lovernment takes so; much interest Junta' I'IONK

For f in the work done liy its clcpai! .tmentu I.. .;. .:. .:. .> ':".>.> .> .>,. <;. *: <. -- "
Foreign Drafts ( direct reading I P'I' '
I agents. in ptomotingurious linen of (. .> : 1 It. )) \\ KJHTSHY; (U
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Bread Cakes : the : .:. NAIHOOSSKK I ITEMS I *: .
or activity, especially in Depaitmenof st '
I : Savings Department ( paying 4 per cent, com : OSnOl'AlHIf: PHYSICIAN

Agriculture, that it nukes a special. .:. -:. <. .> <. .:. (:. .:. <- <: <..: .;> (. <. .:. .;. C: .:. : Residence 1'honcJ74: * '
Pies !I effort to let the public know about I III pounded quarterly ) Otlici'! I riioneM' 'I

i them. For instance, the publication I I Mi and 1\lr8. C F. Kiibbs. ent'rI : oL
Rooms: and 4 i
II named punts the following: I tamed the Kissiminc-e. Shakespeiian Personal Attention State Bank Hid'if Kmsimmi-e., Fla. a- '.

"At the Fifth Annual ('oin Kxpo Club at their lovely home here 1 1"I'i-

THE HOME BAKERY t I I Mtion, held in Columbia, S. C., Januar i dav, the l Wth.( Mrs. Kribbo. is noted Electric Burgler Alarm DI J. \\'. SIMI'-U\:; !

>' 27 to February H, WI! K1!, the.United for her hospitality and all said that y' sr ,

States Department of Agriculture ex- had line tune Those : DKNTIh'I"
J. ,H. REED .. Prop.If ,f they a enjoying t'1
: lnl>itd three carloads; of illustrative ) this pleasant day were Mr. N. C. : Upstairs| in Katz J Building. t-
In Your Bankers
M>< .- r l 1Oln5mp.m.:: ::
jspace.i Nine branches were repre- and sinter, Miss Bay Miss Mae n
Jun 5. Ivr
1 ..sented including the Forest Service Choose This Bank : 1'ele"lwDl.N".71i
Graves, Miss Hettio Aultman and ___--,--* t*
want the Weather Bureau, the Nutrition In-
you a Miss Tracy. I 1 Of
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Office of Public -- - -- -- - I
'v..tilation work
( The held at
closing fxerc'ises were I 'ir '
BARGAI N in an Reads, und Huieaus; of Animal Industry the school Saturday morning. After I DENTIST I ?

Plant I IndustrySals. the and the ARTHUR E. DONEGAN WEAVER
I recitations singing pupils P. K. ,
ORANGE: GROVE One Entom-I Ollne'over! ("ole'n. Jewelry Store .
and ('hemistry.
oloK, enjoyed ice cream and cake Great 1 a
President 'Cashier
I (lure Hours: H-- 1M: I /5
or land to grow which attracted much attention credit. is due Mrs Dickinson for the I I Nfie< ( .e phone 1 i58 'aResalenee

l i'attic'-dipping tank with which dally work she has done throughout the 21:\ it
and in tick eradication I . I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I' .
Oranges I demonstrations" .hool year.llarrison \ : (;as adiinnistere for i xlrai I lion, of teeth
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I were j.1\'n. Coble and family fromSt I

Grapefruitxr0 With such a shoMint at a show like I (loud] spout Siinelav with 1'. E. I I I II I I I ) It t ;. h.: l'ArthEI I:It t

I the torn exposition I one nay wl some
I BUCKELS: mm.c..ption. of what the dim; "I'nineilllll i iI I.. K Voorhees has turned to his. Classified Advertisements I IAd..1. I r'Jo-\TIST' :::\ I. 1 1ni 1

do at a I fig intc'rnatlonal expo He I. IP\ I I'It 'ei'I I ot.A. J.IIAHM..y|
.II I \\ home in ( mi inn.itl, Ohio)
l .it ion like that to l h. held at San I F.V.. 11111 vvas in Tampa last week\ I I II. (Mix. limns" K ,mi I to 1OO:()l) Noon *

leijr '" 1913. to ileliuiti, the coin. I ..........>. arc lm.rrtr a UBdrr this bpud .< the rate .if lire I I 'nil to ri:Ml 1'. M.
gdtll1ghl supply pf dry
I sunnier I __ ___ tAT
LOUIS A. SEARSON |>1..tllll1 .of the Panama <;.in.iloilier I goods eat. Per 1.1_ Far Each InM-rtlnn.

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( lakes II Hand 1' \\ limns I is exported! from, ( ineinnati - - - . - - - .1.11.- - - ''.'''''.''' . . -. . .- -. .- .- -. . . . . I D) .

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Thl- \\ ad..II" without nn\ special'' i with a lolonv of humeseekcis.Rowland i FOR SALE. I OR l Ri\'I I:: I Inn of foUl loom.UH, I I riMHICItMI. !t"Kf EON
thatIhi' ( _ ___ I ( iti/i'us Bank; Building r
AUDITOR apl"ol"'latlol1.| j Hut it Is piohaMe \ lompkinIMS, completed hath
I'.m; nioili rn i sin 1:11'nor. .
I FOR HALI.i; 100 of fine muck Ivi'--iinnn i-. I Florida
I I Got; (annu 1 'HI all ni.iki some ap .,1i.lolnisnu's 1\\, Inline -- acres .
lose :\:
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Commercial and Municipal Accounting San ; land RaIlroad survey through this I'lione" .. firm' .'!9 I.H; t Iii
praPlutiOi| !,. tin'' ion at Id: I Hile' l hahi* lit in shapi lo B'aunH A .. 10! t(f "
land and adapted to truck farming. v.
|Diego. It -Ivould, ilo .....omi.thinK of'' tail, t building Truce en application- real bargain 'Ki("'>uli in" I _i;;;, 14-lyr

Incorporated AcunlenI.of the i nurse" At St I .omIt spi.nt rlllln-I i ( ) ; :Ml 1 I'. COIII"1 i i I- busy making' : Address box WJ: ; Kissjmmee, I OK Hl\: ; I .: .room. .nli.Igi' i I'' I 1'-. - -

International. Ai,'lountantsSociely (lull) I It ma:. ill, .e.I'll- to sp) (,,ml not mon pints' ( MHI iron tin hilt) at the 1 Fla. 9-tf peel VHition' i\ d"lIal-1 prl,,t "r A VAN A' '.IS'. w II ri.''rom>
Detroitt ) -- -- ---- - - .
than :t-l.fl4I4I.IIIIO l ) at San I Digs but of t tuiKntine| l still :Nelson Re ally ( 'D _'I I t ti If \ /\\v: .\l.M\\: : ,C\ ( UAVVKIKI))
VM-II ink foreign 1 FOR( -\LE-At a bargain, motor --
course ('Olllrl' .1 I II. llnuser ha. irone to (incinn.itlto
0 Boa 377IIISSIMMEE Nun Office boat "(,adfl30x8V6 15 in draft I OK HENTFh.I..1 'ullage: fur-
nation-- to paiticipate al San I lie-go gel t machines I foi, his, lomiitew ; ; lOKM'N.T 1 :: :: I LAW
FU. LIEHDLE S C 1 1'2: h. p. -1 cycle 3 .yl.I engine; full nisheel $10.1.: ..s. I': I::. Ull ,,.,,:I I
anil not take am steps to paitieipaUitself < ksMi. .
01' I 1m , .
( 'c.' 'I
i l- 11'0 1,5 Hull linirJ
Termson stair ami in-\\lll'al"i "" i'. eiflu :uI
4'01. l II ( '. Collw i pi i'side nt I' : C. I,:. Huckleisoiihisvvav i witha equipment ; everything new. hl' 1"11I111'" Ilorutai
I Saundersat B.adway, 27f 'I I 1I 1 1I f
dui part if desired :Sec> ,phone
.illsdaalJ..b..f4 >l .ai4b dlt of the San Diego: position.I: is tai load of inult-s Can use at the _ _._ _ J -- --

to uin\e inNa 'hingloM: to place' 'I.... now saw mill whuh, is '1<'ar "coiiipU Gazette office tf n I.l r.l.JlIU'J'JIIHI'r:: ; :.
M. TILLER' ( 1 1 Oil 1 RKNI:: ; I FU'"I' I\'d nuiun" Iii J II.J
of making
st 11ll'I )
.questuu .
fene 1'ongres t ion FOR SALE of landin
en acres good blocks from piweek oflicr. :<:isi j 111'1

Real [state Agency. \ a Creditable! < exhibit lust what forniflit' In a hot, tinn :Xauoossee* will I be'on Northwest: Kissimmee fronting Mis: E.: I'h: n'al matt .\ ;; : AI-I.A\\1 9-"'
pioposed" legislation will take r.l I of the leading! IUlllb"lingPOIIlt- East on Vms stree Su,table for

4................................ tot known and this will not bi des I in I 1-111I iila '1 1'hrr I e. sue sit n'al' two small fruits, vegetables, general and insuraa'r '.'l.t t ]f ()ltI"1." : .,i,. Iank I : I,..iidnig|,|, : 4

tn mined until after! ( ol. (olliei! shall i !tar mills and another expeetul, in : trucking, dairy or chicken farm. If Hissirimn-e.1. Flo! } ride!
.a Realty bought and sold. ) : !ge sold quickly, will take $750 On !
'-:-:":":-:-:-: :'+--+
.. aimed. and ...n'ultt..1llh mini assessedvaluation. ; -----C---: :" :":
tC Houses rented. [ have the w.II'. I' f ului e* which is less than the city : ( JLO; >. I I. \RkLR., ,
Taxes and Titles verified j he-is of (outness: lint tin mall..r.1 ]1' I.I:. TI'ud1I I talks of luiililing! "..011.I I G. F. Kribba Kissimmee t :. I

tC for non-residents.paid will be. liiniiiht" to the attention of the. I Il"nll"1l'n I 111-, stole is being painted by It. E: Fla. 4tf. ;\:: Are You Looking j:. .\ltolllcy.\Il.a\\1 .

', .a at the (apitol and the sentiment I l'ru i I FOR SALE-At bargain 35 reinforced J
Fire Life and Accident InJ' .. I per.'then' a ; I. .1:: Collections and Con scyancing
: JI among tht Iii warrants the belief are rumors" around thai the cement fence posts and 250 For .
surance. ::: ; tile..
I I' lA
: will fence A. B.
will eio what cypress posts Jarrell
that Congress ditch and
4 Indemnity Bonds. 1 company is going to grade, :
: strike the whole country as proper marl Lee Main and Bruns streets this At Kissimmee Drug Co. 1 : 1 II I Broadv\d>'.
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and suitable. suminer. FOR SALE-Four good mules. J. W, i I.. J I. --

General Interest. The colored people of Narcoossee Miller, Itf. t JF F'. 'KKIKUSATTORNEYAt '

While the exposition appeals especially Tues- I.. A Select Home? :I'.T;:
celebrated Emancipation Day :
: HARPEROSTEOPATH FOR SALE-Bay saddle horse. Apply I I..: : LAW .. i
DR. E; :
to the great where so day, May 20, by holding a fish fry 'On ,t .' ___ ._
, r to E. G. Vans Agnew i: A Choice Farm?
of deelnpnient .. II ,f. .1 i..1A ". '
line Examination
much is being done in the the Jake flontII I. ': of Titles a Specialy

j : \' > work leilarnation IIrigal II. Hull's new house' will be l'om-I FOR( ) SAI E-I'ixt) acres good. land in .{: City Lot Near In? 't_1:. !Niitihi: itmn ;mil p.ivimnt e>f taxe-a of
whuhwill ,' inn-n'Nnlents' careful
all of 11'n
f Ian and 'on"l'I'\aUlln. plated| soon I'lnedale cI..a..d and plowed; 4- :: :7: .ltd' .
STECIALIST IN tin. City Lot Near the City : nt '11111
CHRONIC DISEASES be e"peullly IlIu..lI'al..d at I II. l'.. llednek the' St (loud ,'ontn.or loom house; fence, etc. Sell outright -- ---- -
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Sail Diego 1 Exposition. the < ential and build i spe-nt Monday or trade for, city pioperty A _: Limits?

CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE I Stales. the. South and the' fur! Katate : i iI with u+. baigain) Box 17J, Ki!>"immee. I I' _: )AT JOHNSTON

1-, I much intereslel II the San r land 'f' Some Orange Land at a : I'
all ( 1 r-:: 1 DC nig is kept busy selling 22tfpd4MISCELLANEOUS. y ,:: AllOHi\EY.\T.IAW

TUESDAYS KISSIMMEE.THURSDAYS FLA SATURDAYS Die'(:TO Imposition. With such Stati' fur the N'aieoossec-1 Farm and Town- '!::: Reasonable Price? ::_i:: 10-11 I Cili/ens Bank Building
\\ estngima I
:Now Y..rOhio.\ \ rginiu. ,
OFF CC CENTRAL HOTEL as site lompamSeivues y .: Kissunmee
: \' and man}' others considering! I ; will be held in'the school y T .:. Florida
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the making of exhibits at San house Sunday morning at eleven WADE the tuner. Ortaoao. j Y : -- ----
a HONE :see ORLANDO. FLA t:: Ak :I' I'IlllHl,' "uiTfi-r T i'IeT'N WA"-.
a 'and with people everywhere (Ih"III'j MocV ; Sunday "school at It). I : I' .al.. (".. I J"III"" "'Ih';
MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co., : f. Fionlla It H i """... l'.n..1 I'ourt
and :
the Imposition: E Mrs.
about Summers
\ \/11'111. '1'I I and we will get a drink of the best i: .I. ,: & \VAIU.OVI
I II \l.\ssy
plans toisit it, ( onjfiess finds it a NONHIoiitf.x'I. ill.:F'I'11AI's.In soda water made. 3Itf : 608 P.n.ld A". ...1.

S.H.BIJLLOCKREAL I topic worthy of thought: and consideration I . t ;!!. AT1..1lr.I-.YS Alp Col,I
.br e In lilt c'..url. 71k Jii.ll. liil I Irly. Nsn:lets
I {'ol. Collier made many friends< 1 "DIt !State ..f "'I........ Incrola I" 'D.- I FOR RENT. i W Qd': ?iN 4 Ds1P44P9'rrf:..;,i. LAW

the lawmakers 'n' bnni'rrj MlttlnK.M ., ,
I and acquaintances among tSr. I Into tit Slule.1i air 1,0, tlh "lal. and at
I when ir. Washington hefor"'l II l rinilull font pint minttrxiiH.. Arthur FOR RENT-Six-room concrete bun- i road .......r. and the . ..rld. Rall_
I .. Inl.'tAl. ( ..,.
. .I", II nod ..Miilll,, I Burn I Ml h. A'alf1VSummer rate. G. L. Sawyer IbmudAllun emm.
ESTATE and they will welcome him w ll> il< f,inliinlH,' Illll t.. ii'1110' i' I Wooster Summer School i 11.'I'.N.
....................... cheerful and enthusiastic ''optimismHe i I..ul fi.i'ii. 1 111.eirelrr Ii , No 4 Broadway. 21-tf mi. eHI.ANI.. H.A
I of Iulkll4. .ntlon.In June 23 WOOSTEH. OHIO. August 15 -.- __ 17r
INSURANCEExamination will bring a story of achievement Ih. l l.d"'HI"t iiboui ".u".1 I
iiniHXiil tn FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story NIHtE'J:
II iiipi| 'HI tux: Iv" tA1'TUkNIsy ( ON
i and of ambitious plans which will interest I hhill l of cnnti|>l lahil, tllfil. In th' Hli'ivn store building on Brack St., North The largest school in the state. ...

if not aniaz. It i+ not to be Ihtli 1 Fill onusIlat nod MlltlldH the eli l lima feiiilitiilHr"Kill'1. IllnKlfi Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf Work for all, no matter who or what. : : AM I' C'I'S.I.I.OIt AT LAW

of Titles a denied thpt what San Diego has already si.itiH' mi told. linn that-luHldinlH I Hull r e..>.f iMUlnl.tin. .(1nll",1 i nilIIIHH DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. May not be the best ! hut} good' I I Will I'raitie, in all|| Courts

I done in its work of making anexposition .. IK 4li tluren \tttiitlii. stliil. ,London and growing better. Does not knowingly State and Federal

... Specialty. I is. considered by many to be ,.. iin H; over lhr Hull 0".r Hlllll 21,ill "fiMIfiIIIIH ire- respond. to encores when it I Office Clllzpns adJ"ln"l/' Broadway
I- \ marvelous; hut there is no possible and that they air the, hold'r" .r..ri InxmWd makes mistakes. The rainbow comes Bank Ki""lmmee
iiioril title t" tintrnctH of
i Corresoondence SolicIted. 'question to be raised co/icernmg III Hull Mil eli...xcrllx Tiller.Mrs. down in Wooster 1194 students last

.i work already advanced The It I""t ".r.<.r.'nll\lIla.. ordered! thaI... mid the. "are lanoiiti summer 8r instruitors 227 classes

-- oinmnnili l 10 appear to the E. [.Wells II .
'material growth and prosperity: of HIM iKiiliv of 'II..I"t| nl -d In thin e minion daily. Eighth grade to post'jra Sprigg Fleming
{f 4th day ate. A school\ of
i the
San Diego l itself. is one of the hest iir befote tin tlrnt Monday inspiration and helpfulness -
A 1) 1811\\'I..p the
proofs of the vat; vitality with which elli-Miitli if AllKUBl of sail! t>lll of eomplnlnt I Send for catalog today. CLEANING )
will hi taken ail ciinfiBiM-d hj the mild Mention this ;
Real Estate
C. W. GRIFFIN the exposition. has been hastening to .Ii r't i'iida ntaII paper.
its consummation In further ordered that this orlrerhe J. II. )DickaHon.i Pnn Wemste'r, Ohio. PRESSING
once a week for eight eonB.eutlvu ,
t Staple and FancyGROCERIES Construction. Work.Helent published weeks In the Kl .lmmi.>r ii publlMhe.l ValI. -- and InsuranceRenting 19.4t Kr I DYEING "4
I I." eaiette, a weekly newspapi
from the
news Exposition In the said county and BtateI REPAIRING
it is to the effect that work on the >one. and ordered this 22 day of
I } Dwellings Furnished
of ,
Ma>'. A. l> 1913 Witness the Selll i
I big I Electricity building is. advancing the Bald C'ourt iI
j u. RHSTKIKTI j I Rooms, and Truck Land a specialty I Leave word] PI
and that the building willoou'he CMrSollcltor J. W. my Mid
'Mipidl I K KH1BHS Clerk of the ThompsonFUNERAL ( will hit ep I bed 8Iot.h. ,
I completed! Work on itsneighbor for cult ei.urtCNmiplalnaiit 22-Kt I air and re l'TIed. < .

fj Free Delivery to all Parts the :Machinery building, is DIRECTORand Satisfaction La.
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also well under The building n ,
I ofthe; City:
1 which will house the exhibit of the OHo-o-o-044ttOOOOOOOOO ; 0-0-0-.0- uoW+C-:+a O

: Southern California counties, near

;, -- the east entrance to the' grounds is ALLTAMPA STORES LICENSED EMBALMER Louis Darring

++++++++++++++++++++i-F++ ti having its site prepared by the contractor > Opposite Courthouse
'I and work on Bites for half a > KJ88IMMEE. 201S Morris Ave.
dozen other buildings is being carried <* Close at 1 2 o'clock every Thursday during FLORIDA. Branch of Birmingham Ala, "
Darring 60
; GRAYSTONE1f on so that (construction. work can begin vf JUNE. JULY and AUGUST. New Orleans Bro8 La. & ,

: within the next three or four

s -'I. j. weeks It should be temcjmbered also Try Trading in Tamp r. H. JENKINS: H. .. WOODIIAIIJENKINS V FLORIDA
--- + i that some buildings are already _

f #li'. ; 2.60 to 8.60 per day. : ; finished, particularly the Administration Ready to serve you any time except & WOODHAM Strawberries and Vegetables iRef. I IIf

_SpecialJj week or month. the official Thursday afternoon
where all
: ___ ___ __ __ SURVEYORS prices 1
? no. renTU. HP I staff are housed and the Emergency gBli. will
i v. TIUHUI. rrp : .00000-000000000 H>->Ho-O 0 0 O (otHoOO HOOOOOO 18t Nat! Hirminghamtpl4 4L
: ILospital building which will not only Kiss.irr\me. Florida
qty .
11 4.4+.F+4+++,n.++-t'+++++n.V ++++t I & ., Orleans, ] ,

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.WbVlCJH TO 'Ir'r
The BG..rd i of County" "NTIMLCTOIIS Commt"lon.ri. .4.G. .. ... .... .. .:-; ,. 4

IF of a bouce O.oeol&to be COunty wit receive bide on . .GO TO THE: RESCUE,
erected '
for the the Poor F..rm BRONSONVILLE ,
pauperu.! accOmmodation of the county .'1--, _
r you live. in the shady grove' of J.yll41nlr T L.ose desiring can get to full p..rtloul..r.a bid on from said . . . . . . . . Don't, Wait. 'till It's too Late. .-Follow
1 rth Kissimmee and yon find it -In.Lwnlent In AU'.June bids: to be In Clerk by the of Ar.t the Monday Cpurt. Johnson's Island is still one of the 'the Example of, a Kissimmee

t CGmml..IGnera re.erve the grazing portions of Oaceola Citizen.
reach rIght to county
to your down town accept or. reject
bid. any or all
and our tlitle burg is
yet nestling
: Lcer when your -want find :you out, J u S
! VERSTREET.Clerk. quietly within its borders, and Rex

. L call Taylor's, cor. Brack and Vine, )VOTICfJ is domiciled with the Bransons of Rescue the'aching back

ian |><-p.r<.POll... .,LBLICATIOV.,he LI.,,.,. Broneo ville'and' so well pleased with If it keeps on aching, .tr Qb1e. nay

.1 I. 8 .L..d 0111... .t G.I..avUle, present surroundings that he can come. _

" Fl rtd.-JI'-y 10,. ...$. hardly spare the jMrne.' to. ylsit your Often it indicates kidney weakness.

196 F.NOTICE NbJTHERCUT I I. hf'rf'by, of given that LYMAN city. - If-you neglect.the'kidney'lt warning L

, mad Florida 1I0mNltpari. who. on November Orange 24 Center. 1911, Milk and eggs In abundance, man- Look out for urinary disorders.

fII6118.$ fo" 1ntry Serial 1:). aged Thia Kissimmee Citizen will show
domiciled in the N I. of 8Wy Section H by one of the best cooks in the j

|l'/-rou are Shining; Townahll'('" MprJdlan 2. outh,. Rang haa .. 28 East Tall..h8..8 -. county combined with a hospitality you. how too to the rescue. ,

Lnny ',tlh or West end and need a'' I.IntPnllon. "atabltMh to make Commutation ftled noUce Proor.or that is highly appreciated, renders our Mrs. R. L. Seaver, Kissimmee. Fla., I

loicc groceries quick, just call d"lIcrll"-d. 1..for"rlalm,he to Clerk the land or flit above. Cir- stay with this family a .'source of extreme says: "Backache caused me A gieat

cult. ('ourt at Kt"Rlmm". FbrIda on pleasure. deal of suffering and there was a sorenesS -
; yIo .honeif t h. I HI h d,,,'' .f Jun.. I 1913.
Plltlln..n 1.r.I.1, IlhtII''M 18 wltn..M'.1I We are in the midst of one of the through my loins that made it

1"lnrld.. . .Iohn lIIunjf"r.A. II"WI1l8 or Ornn, or, .. Orltlll C..ntpr{" best tangos in the county. Insects I very hard for me to stoop. I wa also I

224 """lIt.' hug I".' Flnrlll."'" iil'i, o. 1"lorlda.J anenV\\"lIlta"" Baa,.. or A I and mosquitoes are not plentiful' bothered by the kidney secretions aid: Summer Citrus Fertilizing f

8 P"II" ", "r O"ltll""g." C'nt'r. Flnrlda enough to be disagreeable; fish in J slept so poorly that when I got\; up

::I.r" IHNHS! 1 CIIIJBB)KlHfr,. abundance, game out of season but in the morning I was all tired out. Practically all growers agree that the "Fruit & Vine" type fer- J
Ii inhabit any portion of the makes the desirable sired fruit and it the finest ,
plentiful ; what could be wished totmote Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at the I tilirrr most gives
.uiitry Sand wish a fair deal '4''l'14 I,: 'III. 4 llllll: 'IIIIIS. Kisalmmce Drug Co. relief flavor and highest quality. Hut tbere it a wide difference in opinion '4
t In 4 ... than all these. This island will gave me as to what materials I this fertilizer should be made from. This U due t -I

j (, <",n' (;droceries you better .irt>' I'lorlilti.ut' the tlNrefilN 4 un4jr. 4 Judge. Htnte eventually he one of the many garden from these troubles and restoieJ toe largely to local conditions, ('liara..trr of soil etc. I'
I "
pots of our county but is at presentbut to good health. To meet these different requirements, me have prepared teven
I Il' i f.stut.. of I HANK: IIOON very little known by t.he'out.sid For sale by all dealers. Price: [50 different "Fruit & Vine" fertilizer in cia' different analyse; some .

\SeeGeorgeatTAYLOR'S' To nil I I I reilllom. Leg.I....... II.4 rIIis- woild. The cultivated land shows cents. F08te.-'.'ilburn Co., KulTulo, based on "animal" organic) material, some on "rbemical" (or i
lee unil all I'rr.ons bn< lag inorganic) materials and some combining the best qualities! of both. 1
.. fertility to soil in .-:eo York, sole agents for thu United .
r Itrrannili niinlnm xnld equal any ordinary I Our free booklet "Armour Fertilisers" contains a full description .

{ Ion .mil' IK h of the State. Mr. Bronson has a fine Mates.Pemember. of these different brands and a discussion of the merit of the .

: I .,notiliiil..alms iinil i 'Iul.1, | | \ ,on,, I pi nn, Hint hi-ri-liy any 11'op on his land, dry weather causedit the} name-Doan'sand different material. lla\e you got your <'''I'Y' 'r)

I! ..[ItlnT mill .1 I. mamlH which jou or to look a little bad for a while but lake no other. Adv 21-Jt: .
of ,
r 'one )building, Broadway and \iiu 1111'> ha- aicalniL the
.,Him. of i"ltllk \\ I..x.. den I .IIHI.I. lute recent rains have made a decided R. S, FLOYD Sales Agent KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
R K ,1 i OHiiolii i-oiinl) Ploildu to tin* unl.lHlun. ,
: .!_ -xiiutiirs of Hill.I ,'alal... change for the better and the present which hundreds are expected duringthe .
I %'thin, tw.i. v.:11. fiuni id,' .Ial.! h"r'ur.
1 Independent Grocers I 1"1..1? :MIIfith.. A l I. I'M.! :) prospect is that a fair crop may be coming fall and winter. Armour Fertilizer Works Jacksonville, Fla. .
I' l: \\' w".('''X ."
expected. Mr. Padgett and Noah
h '0 Quick Delivery \\--w-ttA.IIX Chas. E. McCrea, who spent a few '
- Yates were visitors on Monday. -They here
--- ----- --- days looking over the possibil-
Mill! p. roll "-1111.IIIION.. reported favorably concerning the i ities of this section, left for hi. homeat -rmour Fertilizers.
l>r|.Hittnrn< of the lutrrlor. conditions of their country. .
Kansas City on Monday but will
I -. l.nnil ( |
Pill!< HI l.nlnrxtlllr,
T. J. Wilson i lorliln... ...., 17. IIIIX. Mrs. Wesley //Clark and kids were return to Headwater in the early fall.

:>:..t""H i.,1..1.1"I. t ,,l\ i II III.II, UnTt| our :Sunday visitors. Contracts are pending for several --
|I' llllll.h: :.f .St< I'lllUll', I TilHi.I.I. .. ull.l. The Prcvatt boys have been cow ---- -
I Practical Boiler Maker: I 'HI .1 lUII.I :. I I'll I I Itl.Kl. Hit" ';,1.1 "Cull substantial Dwellings and in a shorttime
V S.I"Illl Nil IIMH'l, fl.l NI'ls ..r .i...I"t 2 hunting during the week and the many hands will be at work
.ili.l :t .if Si < 24 unil l N''* nf :-IE '. H.-
Sheet Iron Worker, Flue i tliui 21: '1'I nw tiHlili. '|. :II South. KHMUI 34 lion. 1 1). C., accompanied by Mrs. Davis clearing and fencing, preparatory to
KllMt: 'I Mil.lIlUSH", :Mlllltmil. hll.. Illlll honored burg with their ,
our -
notti. uf ... planting crops this fall. .
ml I i nt" lull to IlU k. ( .fnllllt'I. I -
Welding a Specialty.Work I ..ti I I'i.,"r I., .Ktiil.llxh.. ilalin In tin. I
I l.i mil. alint.I ,,, I I I .1 li.fon I Hi, I'l.ik I respondent
Done by Day ol. ihi I'j"'II" <'...11'1. at, 1 KlHHlmmrI .<. Mr Owen Lanier is a frequent visitor -
I I Imlil.i I I t. on. tin Jnd iluv' of Jul1'i I : I I'1: and Mr. John Drawdy has also .
< 'lit) I fllUiit IIHOIIH UH \% It III HHCBK :. .> < -:. .c. .:. :. .> * > < '> > > REALTY COMPANY
Contract.All 1(0) HowHrd. uf AliciT." Florida. paid us a short visit. I .
Alfr,.,1 l NUholHon.. ufI'r.. Florida. .> +
"Man Mfl.auRhMn. of Almr. FloridaI'harli'S We can't get very lonesome; in fact 1
Work Guarantied > WHITTIER NEWS. <
I'adg'tt of AlK<'r. Florliiu.IIKNKY I don't have time.
S CHUUU. we Prairie Land Orange Groves High Hammock Lands
P. 0. Box 43 iMimmee Fla. .J Tit HeKlntrrOHHKH Mr. Alfred Bronson is seining with i
+ oOooOo.oOooOooOo > oOo-o-oCo
the Mortons. Timber Lands. Land at all Price and on Easy Term
We have a railroad about one mile Miss Bessie Guy is spending the -
I .
MI.VKMII; JLUIC1AL. (.lit. distant which communicates with th; Week with Miss Mattie den they
[Birch Mountain 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, will exchange half value
( I IT OSCKOI.A!' COUNTir. IN outside world via Loughman, but witha had a very enjoyable time going horseback I
I I lor other real estate -:- .:- -: -:-
4 HAVCKHV.: IH\OHCK. horse and buggy we can reach Kis- riding.Mr. .

Ally J. STORY Complainant. -vs.HUBY simmee in about three hours, so the Nat Bass has had a bad case

.HEIB TEA, STORY. Defendant aforementioned road is of no material of sore eyes and George Baisden is Orange Groves all sizes and prices -

It appearing by affidavit to
s"t f:3du taking
thI flied I In the e value.
Imported from Bohemia the moat that Ruby Story! the defendant therein We have two Democratic roosterson The travels rest is coming a long
named la a nonroaldent of the State FLORIDA \
wonderful herb compound the fif Florida and Is resident of the State this place which the best man max fine.W. I

world has known for the of South Carolina ovi-r the age of G. McClelland .
ever ] tWefltyott.. >'**ara; It Is therefore or- be is not yet decided. Each one appears was out hog

L treatment of Asthma, Hay Fever, : il.r..<1 that nald nonrisldent be and I.l lh to be a little afraid of hurtingthe hunting Sun. but did not do much. 1.
r< b>' gulr-d to appt>ar to the bill
bronchitis; Coughs, Colds, Catarrh : of i nniiilalnl Mini In said cause on or other so there is no very active Ther was a Very large crowd at -- t{.
La Grippe Whooping Cough and I IM.for Monday the 2nd day of June. Ali church Sunday.Rev. .
fighting on.
going .
I I'US. nlhirwlnc 'hit allocations of ,

severe cases of Kidney, Bladder, "tI.1 s.i,id 1 d.hill 1 ft"tula will ntIt bo taken aa confeased by I As Rex expcets to be in 'town tomorrow K Y. Waldion has done mUch : .;.'.....--:..:. :..:-.--:-:.:*:..:..::..:.+-;.;:-..r--O---:..:-:-:->:-:..;.+.:..QooX.-----H....;.:..:---0.-: :: GO::u , I

I Stomach and Lung troubles. I ,Is fuithiT ordered that this order to help you watch Kisbimmee good in Whittier.

I It is invigoratingtonic I I.. jiuhlldhi once a wi.k for four cnnB. Mrs. John ' .ill hut :
an I . grow will let up once Hardy isei>
i III Iv. w -i UB In the Klsslmmci- Valley
purifies f the I liarilti.. a n fipapcr published In said more.REX.. we hope she will soon lecoveiJettis .. : n CONSOLIDATEDTITLE ;
blood builds 'I, 1',,lIlil, ) anil .Stall. .. !
up 1 hlx I'Slli lilly of April I 913.J I ( McClelland only to ieehis .

iantTA! the run-down system 1. DVKHSTH1J13T. : < : > : > < > > < : + ; + : :4 : + girl is to get a loaf of bread.W. )
: ..... Clerk Circuit Court I
soothes the ; f KKII1HS \ -:. <> G. McClelland is, getting along t :

}b \\S"-t nerves, improves Solicitor', for Complainant. l4t ,tc. 1I01'K I1' S' RANCH 000I very. sorv. in irrocerv. business now. CO.
----- --- I i
;;:;: ,... the appetite and --------- -- I I > Mr. Randolph Young i.s getting : n (

:::?:- -r;; makes sleep rest. M>'IHK OF SHIIIIIKT : -'" MA I.I,: : : > < : < < < < oOooOo < along fine in his grocery business now.

ful and refreshing. < ALKJiVJIOM IT MAY GOSCI-HN: Mr. K. E. Sullivan and brother, We have no ave. .down here. i MAKES ABSTRACTS AND GUARANTEES TITLES
Notice I given that by virtueof ;
:p:%.. This wonderful hqreby
an Txi>euflon I liu.u'd out of the Horace, were over visiting their sister, The homestead country is coming

wt':.,.-..;, medicinal tea contains (of C'nuntv Florida I'ourt, and of to dMC'i'ola ma dlreitud County.and AlaI
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