Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00624
 Material Information
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: December 12, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00624
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
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
' "


1r

T'

.. \ I'
.. '
\\' .\' \ .
\ '
.
J!;
'.' Jt-. ,





fLi1 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.KlaOMsfiBtt Where KlaOMsfiBtt arvery sKy. f fVail. :' 1





........ .., :


-": ..I : : :::t t t'J: _
: : :: /., 1MKISSIMMEE, FLORIDA,, FRIDAY. DECEMBER .12, lull.; VOLUME XVI-NUMBER SI

,



I II IISSIMMEE1STHE: : BEST' CITY IN. THE SOUTH IN WHICH TO 'MAKE YOUR HOME: I



- ----

will bo Information. gaIned at this-, rnee to be the healthleat city In the '

meeting that will b, valuable to tha I world" U appear to b* a fact for JJ
CONTRACT lock and agricultural Interest of this on *V .ni.a nd I sue evidences of It, MEETING. .1
.tat*. far ,beyond anything that has "No. I don't believe any such
Must Demonstrate
been offered to the people of Florida. Osceola County Its story about Hereford cattle. not doing .
everybody Interested In live stork or well. Anyhow I have a fine bunch aa
agricultural development of Florida I ever nibbled grass, and Intend to bring I
should ba presentThla . I Superiority at. Orlando Mid-winter Fair them here as soon as proper arranger
41 IS' LET FOR meeting will lay the corner stone merit* ran be made," OF BOARD
and foundation for this Treat Industry I

.-f. ntlllons In Florida to that this. elate I. sure and to her be people worth TO THE PEOPLE OF OSCEOLA COUNTY-GREETING: MAMMOTH ."0"1,':<_ __ ,

; .'it-1 In left the future. There lias been nothtiiK I It is proposed to mala an exhibit of the product, maoufacturei largest About. rose the. we prettiest ever saw aa well was" as on exhibition the
off the programme that would'
'CLUBHOUSE make this meeting more Interesting! aad natural resource. of Otceola comity at the Midwinter Fair to1 room of th.this State week Bank.In the Th president's rose was Of TRADE

a and few educational days olf. from than It business will be.and Take attend .. be held at* Orlando during the month of February 1914, where .ink diameter In color, add measured six Inches
in with stem thirtyeightInches
) one thin of meeting the greatest and help rttthtirlnits ua to makeIt of there will also. be on display .exhibits from the coaaties of Oraafe' long It ,was a growji by Mrs -
C. A. Carson In her flower garden on
lock Semiaolo Volutaa and L.ko.
owners and agriculturists that
,
Clyde Carson statedthat
avenue

WILL COST OVER $7,000THH Florida Hoping ha.to ever meet held.you at this meetlna;,' Our aim b to collect and exhibit the products of our county thouyht ha did It was not peitator know the ordinary its v..rl..ty"but Florida LAST MONDAY NIGHT '

t .m. ; truly in a tasteful manner, as well as t. extend the right hand of friendship rose grown to an unusual .1.... Th.wrlt..r i

Very your homeseekers maanfactnrers locate in this has seen roses far lea beautiful .
C:!. F 11AHUKU. to and desiring to aelllng In northern cltlp at this .

(CONTRACT CrTII'Ua.ATKM Hlll.l>. '\1.>, rrealdent. .Live Florida Block Association Htatu. . state who may be I in attendance at this fair. .efmon at tour dollars. each. WAR NUT WELL ATTHNDKU. HUT '. 't ',

INn KIIAI.L. HH ftp( FAil AU.. Your co-operation: is solicited in this large undertaking which AN UNUSUAL AMOUNT OK BUSIKtSmf .,'

h ANO.I AH TO PERMIT Of it carried through successfully will add much to the future of out ONL7FOURTHVALUATION WAS THANSArTICI:: '.'

: (LIB KATINfl XMAHIHI'NK.H $3.38 CRATE county in ..uraL If., ft. MAY AI'POITKD .

IN IT. We fully realize th.t although we possess the will to succeed CHAIRMAN OK MH.MCOMMIT. ,

without your aid we shall fail; therefore, we ask you to consult IIICHSIUP.. ,

with us aad work with us: then we will feel assured the ends we are TKH. 1:;

ThU week .the Klailmmeit Club 'Co. NET FOR will be -
seeking accomplished.
let the contract for the building of the __ *' 4 t;
3 club house on the eompan)"'. irrounda E. L LESLEY '
,; Just south of the city and on the weal The chilly evening lasfMonday did '"
.IOFSOC the lake to'C. J. Nelson a local T. M.' RIVERS, not k..p.1 the members of the Board ' .'
contractor and builder. The bid of EGGPLANT :'a': H. EDMUND SWABEY. I' ASSESSED of Trade away from the council chamber '
Mr. Nelson waa understood to be a lit although the attendance was not '
tie over 17,000, and th. contract etlp. Managing Com itt..i as. large as It should have been.Judging .
1. ulates that the bulldlnc$ la to b. suf- --i-- from the bunch of letter ,, '
.... .
flclently advanced by Xmas to permit . .- read by the secretary from persona .
uuu ---- -- -- '
I the club eating their dinner In the : In almost every state In the Union. .' '

banquet room. ,, - u .... .. AGAINST THE PROPERTY Klsslmmee Is fast becoming known to
-
The dlmenalona of this' building; were I the outside world .. the best place to "
published In the Valley Qasette a will I BARBER'S RETURNS live and be content. All these letters < , '-

t couple of montha ago. and a drawingof The Mail Order House were, asking for specific Information ,
It ... exhibited In the window of In regard to making homes In this ..
the Cltlcens Hank for several days, ao IP PROPERTY 'IH A.SEnKD AT .section establishing various kinds of -.1
that most of our people know what a business, and engaging In the growing1 ,.
maarnlfleent structure ,will house the AMH UHOUNIt HAS') AI.HHAm PHOUUCKD Receives Kno k-Out Blow PILL VAl.tH; OOVBRNOHPHOMIBKN citrus fruit. The secretary report' -'
I member of the club and their friends, TIIBKK OROPC THIS1KAH. ed replying to all these letters but .
TO KilDIJCJO.TIH -
'bat for the benefit of those who did , was short on printed matter for the. 1purpose.
not ace that article or the drawing, ., AN)' 1* NOWPI.ANTKO HKIJliU! ': BTATH MIL.LACH -
I we will say that the building will contain Then when the comm\.lIle.Uon. had .
beddes reception parlora andl IN 'Ann-ulC. t been referred to the proper committees '

t lounging on. to be rooms modern ten In\bed every room.appoint..each. A, BUY AT' HOME CLUB IS ORGANIZED. AND WILL II Tallahassee; Dec 7.' -Since.they havereceived to reports the effect were that heard the from Board committee of County '\ ,'-
the order of the State Tax '
ment Around this building will beplanted Commissioners had concurred In thesuggestions .
who planted two or more '
every variety of flower andplm acres The In man otcgplant In' the early fall I. WORK TO THE END OP'SPENDING KISSIMMEE Commissioners property In their directing counties them at to,Us assess full of the Board of Trade road to j '
the state
.. make over on ,
that .ro. In Ihla nectlon and a trip
and th..reare
certainly reaping' a harvest cash value, It appear that many ,.ofthe would .
and that delegation
In both house and Inspection a
every way the few in and around Klsslmmes
quit. a tax '
and In. DOLLARS IN KISSIMMEEWhen assessors apprehensive make tour at an data.Mesator .
a early
. ; grounds will be moat pleating who produced this money crop to the I Interests o"tl'their constituents
"'vlttnir. Among this number Is County Tax with to their t
; regard payment of the : ef Fair Cosasaltte* '
end of
will be at the
This building Assessor W. I. Barber. who owns a '
atatemul1age the
on Increased assessments.
I the golf oour... so a. to be convenientto splendid property. on the.east shoreof Report being received from the cornmlttee -* '
securing for Osceolm countyan
those who participate In that health. the lake. Thls week Mr. Barber re. For ltt the total aaaeaied value of on '
ful sport Thl golf courts has been oelved the returns for a number of the Board of Trade adjourned onO"b: n about buying cheaper In property |In the state was Slll.tST.Sl exhibit at the Orlando Fair. to the
put in flrst'Class- condition. and already crates shipped to New York which netted Monday night those present reassembled than another Is about the The state levy Is two mill for general effect that the County'Commissionersand ,
many Inquiries have been received , him |l..11 after freight and com- under the title of "Buy at silliest proposition that was ,
by the secretary of the club mission was paid. Home Club." and at once r.rOCtO..d..d' to to the. public There might bea school, taxI halfmtll for state Boardof pay ItiO for the expense.ot an exhibit
asking the privilege of usln'* It during When It Is taken Into considerationthat temporarily organise by .. II. few things such aa flour bacon Health) mills for pensions, a provided the lioard of Trade did likewise *
the winter, and If granted will be an acre produces something like Aultman chairman and. .1. M. Tailor and some other necessity, that la total state tour of seven and halfmills. a motion prevailed to have ,the
; .
6f the Board of
: the means of Inducing a hundred or eight. hundred crates It will be seen secretary sold for a fraction less In one place finance committee
more men to winter her that havewintered that the growing of eggplant In thlalocality The Valley Gazette baa for years than another but there are other I The 'State' Tax Commissioners -have Trade, raise the necessary funds for thsj
Florida cities In th* things a fraction higher and we venture total amount and that the presidentof
In .
ojher, Is On an equal footing with been waging war on the pernicioushabit gone Into every county of the state representative -
t an Alaska gold mine as a t:revenue of our people patronising mall the assertion that the rand total and have otherwise made pretty the Board appoint_mmlttee.Pr..ld.nt a '
paT officers of this club arc' t* A. producer. ,""' order houSes and curbstone drummers of a month's'expense will foot up thorough Investigation after which to complete the announced the .
Hamilton president; Harry A. Hunter But -w6uld not have our readers efforts just about the same In ninetyninecities of the I Triplet ap-
we and we are happy to seethat our they are opinion that the $111 I of H. Edmund Swabey .. +
fleet vice-president: It. W. Melklo.on.aecond believe''that eggplant brings this along that line have borne fruit out of a hundred regardless of 887,818 valuation Is not more than St potntm..nt
vice-president; J. D. Clark sec amount every season for the u.u.1Jrlee The discussIon Monday night broughtout what section of the country they .are. per cent of the cash value of the prop the Board1. representative on, the, faircommittee. / '
L retary and treaaur.-Il men of mean Is around on. dollar a crate but some rather peculiar Incidents, and In. erty of the state. Therefore,, If ths
and the highest business. and ,social [his Is a most .vnusulal season made that there are some few The object of the club organised order of the commissioners Is carriedout. New ............. <:"' 1_.. f
standing.I tit* I.u' .... AM'.|'W, 'fmmtm tit the-- nnrth- of! people: .tl.rt'itl "" that possess a I Monday night Is to school the peopleup the total assessed valuation will 'There being 110. report from tha r
this section: which killed al) tender superfluity of what In common parlance I to these facts, and from the reception be raised to 1800,000.000 In'J'ound numbers commute. appointed twomonths'ago
!J1 vegetables, consequently. the prices I* called "gall." One merchant I lIp organisation met from our ; membership, tsjetioia! "comroKtee ,...
WARDEN CARSON h.veon,,' skyward. on .(he eastern stated that he knew of a' case Where people, *e are safe-.n saying that there The\ result of this'would' be to'force discharged and H": K. May appointed '
.arkata.. __ a. woman went Into a local millinery' Is not-a room In Klsslmmce that. will taxpayers to contribute atate purposes President Triplet-to select the re-
Mr. Barber aUtos that this Is the store and wanted to. exchange a mall hold' Its members In throe months' four what they now orotherwise m.lnd..rol by membership commutes. ', '
a
LANDS''SIX MEN third rn-op he: has grown on the same order hat for one the I on Ii. me.- .. d.D av.. This the as- . .
-' Instructed to provide
: land this >ear. First* he planted It display and another person .tat..f thatwomen Messrs. .1. M. Taylor J: F. Wlltson, ...."or.Un.. unwilling to do.; aa shown and 4he secretary with a list of those who have '
In Irish potatoes ,which he dug In frequently requested our merchants C. F. Johnson and ... W. Prentls were by their letters to the Tax Commissioners Mr. May and those who are In arreara. .
April 1 then sweet corn. which was a to exchange hose shoes and appointed to draft rules and regulations and have asked whether. or 'not a been .pal'lna behaved that Mr. May will
splendid crop and brought thirty cents even drees goods goods that had of the clUb and these gentlemenwill proportionate reduction would be madeIn | to hand In by thenrst '
"FfIl'IOI.ATI"B (AMK LAW"K.- a doaen on the local market then the been ordered m'o Chicago or some make their report at the meeting the state levy In the event they have a good In report January., .
meeting
IU! A TOTAL OF. FIKTKKX eggplant and now he Is setting cabbaxe other city. to bet held In the council 'chamber raise the assessed valuation. as or There have been over four hundredmembers
between the rows cl eggplant, people who claim they can Monday n.jcht. dered. J of the Board of Trade at, fi
Tilt* KKAHOV which will be ready to the latter h-"o"e; from a mall order At that meeting a club motto Is expected The. Governor can reduce the two Its organisation and the '&
'I part of January. or the first week nI'ebrury. house than from our merchants, andwilt to be adopted and already mill cerural revenue 'levy and the four times since has been the most In* '.1
argue by the hour that they arejudgea many have been-proposed, among whicare mill p..n.lon.'levy' but,cannot Interferewith past active summer period In the hIstory of thaBoard. '
of of : "A town good enough to live In the levies for school
the state l Is dis of the quality any piece purposes Many reasons have been alfva.nc.d
It every warden In Oam."ar.- goods ever manufactured Nowl our I. goodKenourh to buy In;" "I spend and State Board -.01 Health.In for this lack of Intsrest. but
,, 1 Sen'Carson same en..ra who violate a. the laws THE HVE HUNDRED' time 01.artb) Is too brief to discuss my money In the town In which I live; connection' with this question with all the dilatory methods of some ,
those (..Alreadyhei the question with those wise folks "I take care. of the town that takes care raised by some of the mi .*sors the Inquiries continue toi
ItJV members
. are' having a hard time been of a-parated but we -tell thorn this In passing, that 'of"mo." any of which. would be ap- following communications and statements of the from the good work don. br ,
v gentlemen have of the big cities propriate. will be1 of Interest corns '
,
and six the ,ftreat merchants faithful. Klsslmn.ee
ire t..nty.II"awaitlngtrIi and cot at theJanuary CLUBENJERTAINEDHI stand ready to pay them many thou. An urgent plea la made. to the people Hon. Park Trammell." Governor of should the few have that a are paying membership 'tor: "
'
: out on bond of th.. county ,court. sanda of dollars a year to give them of Klsnlmmee to attend this meetIngi Florida.. Tallahassee. Klau Dear Sir: the Board of .Trade of a least twohundred
'. term added.Umor just half the knowledgethey 'Ialm.to aa nothing can be accomplishedwithout We are ' fromtax "
\ tn,1..I.1 the
Ia.n't'I then
This week W-rdn Parson concerted action. a.Cseaors : :r : If the and C",0. -
ivt.iiAM'oN .
.
TIKSDAYAKTKKNOO :
total of *. i. II. possess not have
.. to his list making a MH _. state mlllage will be decreased If .11 advertising would .,
he has captured for violating{ .. u ". - - - tied .0 tight.Usats ,
:? AT MKR IIOII1K (HMAIIHKTTH .' --If'' property Is assessed at Its full cash -
..T the taw. since the season opened.of Jacksonville Five value. W. will appreciate a few lines Pe .efae* HsJlUUasT.Home .
of ths last catch arirrltlienB JtTBEKT.Mr from publication, stating that '.'
: you > : Congress appropriated
from an
mont ago
while one strayed Roliff Will Breed have the authority and that ,
I 'ounty-&II for hunting onsundai R. P. you you. money to buy a building site '
east coast; few will decrease the state mlllage provided In Klsslmmee, and $
, b.lorwawhltt1.r was made each a *. I... H. ingrarn entertained Tuesday valuations throughout the state for a postofllc received' for same bUt nofurther
2 miles sod court gaveIn next afternoon at her home on Mahbrtle. .. are Increased sufficient to Justify ,you bids were have been taken by the
., bond lor. appearance .t will dl.pens. street her guests Including the Hereford Cattle HereSAYS In so doing. steps .
it montb. when Judge )Iurpby dearve. member of the Tuesday. Afternoon Respectfully.TAX eC8t.nfod'dtdnH think ... ought
them the Justice they Five Hundred Club and a few other COMMISSION 1-1. action should ',
making .n enviable I and wal*. but that .
., Warden Carson I. friends John Neel. ChslrmsnHon. to stop buUdln.'
record as an officer and the The four tables were arranged! In the John Neel. Chalrm.d'8tate Tax be taken to get a postofnce Introduced A me- '
T Stat.. Game Warden made 110 mi.tske coy drawing room which was attractively Commission Tallahassee, ...1.. tear and for that purpose committee of the Board '4 I'
his appolntm..nt.'KNIG"TS"OLD. decorated with polnsettaa. redroses SECTION OF FLORIDA IS ADMIRABLY Sir: I am In receipt of your communication lion to have a resolution to preesent
a
and ferni. After a number of THIS of the ,4th Instant In which you of Congress asking for an appro ,4
Interesting games of five hundred desire to know whether or not I would to building In ''4
were played a delicious salad course ADAPTED TO RAISING THAT SPLENDID BREED SB Governor order a reduction of the prlatlon for Mr.. postofftce Stanford thinks w* .
.t was served the hostess being assist. state mlllage provided the assessed. Klsslmmee. 0/. ..
I building
; S5. Koberson. of the can vet the arl"or.rl.uon.;
ed hv Mrs J. : valuation property throughout action
A menu those enjoying the afternoon OF BEEF 'CATTLE. state was) Increased sufficiently to and that such : sits a little
selecting
: DISTRICT MEETING with Mrs. Innram were: Mrs. JosHeats. Justify m.. In ordering/such, reductionIn the matter of President Trlplett will ..
Mrs Lewis\ O'Bryan. Mrs Oay I state mlllage. I further along. committee appointment ,o$
Livingston. Mr.' Henry Overatreet In reply will say that the law clothes announce the' ui
Mrs. Dennis Blent Mr*. ,O..raldtne'' Home few months the Valley Ga- course you people can't FAlse anything 11' the Oovefnor with authority to reduce In a few days.Ovaage . ., .. '
MOHT, Mrs. K. W. Cobb. Miss Whit. ago the atate mlllage for general revenuepurposes t.' I'elk Cvaaty Jleots.There .
li s4:r'OIU TIKMI\ Norton. mite contained an, article stating that hut scrub. when the tick gets> nine- il'
AT Missouri Miss Virginia Makin. ami also for pensions when "n.t meeting of tha"Board
sit of J. Roliff breeder of Hereford cat j tenths the substance of everythingthe haa been a '
WHICH WAI. ,,"'ICIIO-U' : ) HIJKI.K..ATIOKI \ son. Miss Mary' Dixon Miss Mildred fie a.t'Sanliyville.a W. Va, would cometo tre eat I the assessed valuation of the propertyof'th of Trade this year that did not .
I ,v. U. Crawford and of him making the queaUon
will of
Turvllle Mrs state permit
discussion
>I KIH.i KlBslmmee In a short time to look thrVe old have same
FIHI ,My cattle when jekrs
j
Mrs. ,Guy Uardn..r.fROM the reduction. Under this authority roads and the last rsgarmeeting :,. ,,
to good
over this section with a view engaging I weigh from sixteen hundred to two of ,.; "
that I would
. 111:11. In that Industry here He arrived thouMan"-P..und. and couple of of law I assure you w. no eae.pUon.
baring 'la.k..d
here this week and IB being ,' weeks ago I weighed a yearling and It reduce assessed the mlllage just as soon as J The County Commisloners..t.t.on"lct.. the valuation of the :
of "",
: TROY N. Y. shown the caurtesle by our cltlsens tipped the scales at 1.261 pounds, whileI propertythroughout for a number eounty. '.
i the* state reached an the roada of O"*" ',
called the Valley Oaxette Informed that the average beefIp to work work 1
Mr. Roll at am
which would be sufficient to
amount comes upwhat
,A- & ;' office Wednesday and talked entertainingly these part. weighs. around 400 the question now nIght .
of Monday
i permit of reduction the mlUage. flnt.
SS&Tnrh'Er-vH" taken up
lee W$.. : : TO' TAMPA flA.FHAMv of the cattle he raised In' West pounds. Tour very truly Park Trammt.ll. shall b.the opinion 01 members of the : ,
was
It
.: :' ford. following gentlemen: , Virginia. He stated that Hereford "'1'0 save" me r cannot understand Governor, that the. road through o.ef'Ola '
.
f .nt..d by the cattle mad the best beef on the market whY .men will snend their time fooling Board I .
.w Earl Lopfec the count7'
Jeffords :: ., ,
Joe from 9raie: :! /
county .
ThoiaJ. and flavor. andwere .
RomR Woodall. a: W. Orlflln and both as to weight with a steer that weigh only 400 POSIt coceivt. unt y .ins ..,"- -
the
T. .1. chancellor.irtirht M.' TIIOMAN AND KAMlbY' touch easier raised than some pounds when he ran have cnv that to first consideration due to the ,
.w. J. Hears grand. Included In this other breed as they required no. more weighs l.&OO pounds without the additional SPLENDID MEETING It w. are to be placed on '5,
"J : l-tdsresi the are number of visitors MAITI\C.: ltt.tiTI'J' FOIIALTOMOIIII.KH. feed. 'and leas care than some cost of a cent of money or an fact main that line of the route from Jack.sonville .
district and great Interest In theKu".tU0wk.'s . of Iras weight. .attle'l hour's. time. Good breeds ot cattle the to Tall\p" w. must providd
.... resent show a I There -eighty-six In-ihe herd .Mr.: eat no m*>re than common breeds and CHRISTIAN CHURCHAUDIKKK'KH good ro..d.. To look after this ProPosition ,1'a
I- 11.., there, 411 strong and with ,. Roll own. .In West Virginia each of I sell on the market 'for at least three' H. C. Stanford wa. appointed '
1l"! I which I* full breed and registered and I times as much. committee 01 one to attend th.-II..xt, '
,.:r" a {U.li.nd"nd"orlandp were also well Yi-sturday afternoon just as the sun are.*n. a perfect state of health. .It Is ,"I have been In the stork business meeUncr' of the connt5aiOneT5. and
a ( > was bidding boodbye to the day an his Nitentlon If' proper pnsturage can I practically all my life, and t tell you : ARM I.OOU A lit APritr.tiAi'ioiu thank then for lor-their action III see
.4' repre5eflti.* odge N" 5. of Hanford. did t nutomvblle'stopped In front of the be procured to. bring fifty yearlingsand that no man ever made a success at It eurlnlll" the 'convicts and since time I
C, L l'hoCfli rlllTht In the _pre.ad that wa. Valley tlaaette office and a gentleman calves here and demonstrate that that did not give It Intelligent andconstant or' III'R"U'ICII! commis5iOnCr... have decided to. a.. .'
1' things after the m..tllI'IC had adjourn..d. looking 'a little travel ,worn but .tlli,, they will do equally .. well a* they attention and I never let the them th.-tlr.t sixty days In the "Ieln.
'.'t..JI.\ ..rv..d.,,__.._ '. ...n..nlatlV... ..r..turn.'r health.asked are : In West Virginia I herd. 18, IiiIT.'The to suggest that the
...... ..-. ---- .mlllnir of face and In perfect doing day pass without looking over my lty a1l .
t'I'"a
bare road
'I' n.'f".d home .wr4ncJayrnorntn". I IJ -for 'the .editor, and ,when that "Of course," said Mr. Roliff. "the flrstthing It Is all tommyrot to any. .that cattle I tkf olfl:: good the
+" Individual answered the charge, his I would do would be toget rid will not do as well here* ....- they'do In the Way. through. equat. 0"."' '
; ) hand waa gripped with a atesin-powe of'the tick. that pestiferous little animal the North. Jet rid of the tick and Christian church l Is enjoyingone route m..ntloned' b. taken ap nr.us4 1 '
vice, and the .voice. behind the .nip that causes all the trouble your give them the right feed and attentionand of the most Impressive meetings The convicts will have tube fact
Ii THE: STATE LIVE aid, "my name I.I Fra.nk M. Thomas; stock has to contend with. 'I am not they will be just a. healthy and ever held here. The audiences are In' this' ..ecUOIIirat/ : due to the the, Jail
this Is my wife two sons and our prlae at all surprised at the slse of the cattle grow just as large as they do In West good and their appreciation of the that they will bebrought to flew' l+i
the'
bull dog. We are on our way from Troy. in. this state and to tell the truthI Virginia. It would be just as sensibleto services Is very 'evident. The sermon; In this 'city each 11111'101: until
fc: STOCK ,ASSOCIATION N. Y.. to Tampa. Fla.. making the trip can not see how hey ever make out say that people will not thrive aa last night on the "Bate Refuge" w.s calf" ore prepared for their safekeeplug -
for the purpose of mapping out a road to live at all. with hundred. of tIck.sucking I well here .. they do In the North. and great and delivered with telling effect. in other parts of the county ,
JTh4
for automobiles to travel when coming their life blood away. Of 1 see your paper advertises Klsslm- Tonight will he will speak. on' "The w..t Thewi Handled jIsa.i7.
from the frozen north to this beautlfuiinahlna Twelve dates .of the Holy City!' Hun- I .an..r'ln which
I of the
.
I. MKKT.WII.I. . state. We left Troy six "' --.r ""'-r"- .-------------e-: question '
/ IIOI... *r..'( MT ) AII1\IAI: - day morning the subj.jt will be "The will b. eared for .when '
: -k..lo.-and will reach Tampa tomorrow l-ord's Bupper." the convicts this section or ,
liifA! .% ( "I'II 11nILI.a.: morning. > This oar. Is what I I.I iicalled Sunday afternoon Mr. Woodwardwill they' are brought Into dl.euaalon
I. for .om.
I a'leU..n..Dury..a and waa made -... speak to men only at the Pastime the state. eSme of sanitary and human., '
Rcicwisi.IIolMMClelY In 18118. and It baa not Coat, a e..nttor Theater at S o'clock. At night he willpeak and the matter oP stockades
At'HOME'
.- of the cages
; trip.'" '. BUY CLUB MEETS MONDAY NIGHT: construction .
repair. on the at the Christian church at Tli: tho..ouabIY. It develop54 '
Introduetl Mr: Thomas .... gone Into w.S
n. t'
I WIth that o clock on the "Two Inevitables. objections '
Ule strongest
I Oa.ette, Fla.:. Uec. 8. was .kad and .to wherefores.IrO Into the of'details'hi. command or the The Buy at'Horn* dub will SB..* Moadav right ia t-k. couccil A welcome 1. extended to all, of 'the anticonvict.re5d05l: of the COf'I"ld.people ,V
Valley h.
,Editor lye Kloec Association will I whys said: "My Idea Is to write a booft: j.. was the manner u'In wbleh__...__' ....d. . i.iOF
ThO'.8t.t.annual meeting at the Agrl'. I d..tallll'f the route of the, entire trip .: daamlxr at 7:30.for tk. porp*** of p.rfedfiag'.a'perius&aout orgaalatlonad -. J.' A. lAncaster brought! 'to this office would b. handled.handled ramu where' '-' -they n ,
hold heir coll..It'.t' Iaine.vilie. v..m.ber will make the route In each atatseparate. on Friday last the stem of a velvet tnt some sections Believing
cultural ..toekown..r. I but the adoption of role and rcft-latioB for Its.ft turcl'r..t. on th. .road.
U. 17 ..nd 18. Thu .' This book I will offer : for bean vine which contained twenty- were worked be handled In amll"er

the. and others Interested agricultural In deelopfltt'flt the salsr'afld will, b.. disposed believe. 'of a to sufficient payth. expensesof number .' It is hoped tkat'sv.ry'aa ia E.i.-..... who possibly be.seven.... ,pods Mr.,"Lancaster each pod stated having he had five that tunvicth that" would should tend to laakto this bet.01>..' '

live stock indu.trr d: are earn5tiY andcord There Is practically no already 'gathered nearly a ,bushel' of t..r men'.f tham. and remove "
'onoad.
: trip.
will .bo tit of worked
roy tk4s.e8aas the club.
In.lt..d to b. pr."a; .tthle.eting. route laid out from the east to 1"lorlda.and i' ca* proooat ; object beans from the vine, and It. would J.tlon to their being Me.r.. H. It. May'
ally 'Ve arc In hopes that this a. ,thousand of automobile. com is .r..d. fi.d .re. for of ail yield fully that much more. And on. over the .tat. W. .1. appointed to '
h. ,addiefiC.d ftt the op..n. every year It occurred to m. to .. a .. the practice patroni-daf a little bean I* responsible for the whole and B. n. Aultman were. tb. !' '

m.etlncr will tatb by o.ov..rnor' I'ark that h.re every person who mad the trip order fcotues'aad -en. : two _h.la. '-: It was grown In Mr.Lancaster's cont..r' with the county el..r\'n4.to thskind ,: ', _ _
aaaiplo regard
1 lot 01'1 the Ther.w1I1"" .addres.s* would deilre a bole giving tn Hetaithe .... 4Tho garden. ,corner Broadwayand commIssioners In be ,.&ed. ., J '.'
',animetL tile best posted .tockmen aa both time and money '. ha arrived for ,.1ain.. _:. of cages or stockades '.dls-. 't'
route *
and by IUate Board 01 d to the t.urlst. I have .. every penoaiwho j desires Kla.a... Many other minor matters wer _ _ _
pa1ers the aatlolSaTSltnai -
J
would and It *
rl a. from "his bu.infs .many yar ..nd coadaae to lead their aid this P.OTICB-.MEN.Laymen's . meeting
of ptomlnflne In toprogrus to .oveet aadc4h)
and men from been next re.gular, jneettBa;
: department meeting at I. m. Sunday.Please
prolta.ble.uMr. p. .
.lI'rlcu1tur.I'heads 01 the Indu. I It has'pro".d. Thomas >a* a moat Jnterestingfamily. .boat way to do that U to attead tie .ootiaf Moaday _pt.' notice change In time. Come will bring u.t a larger. n.m '_ _ _

./whtngtmm. the or the Urge 'raiwUl .NI .tat..d that, he would make _' It"c" . and Ietus.mak..thi. agood.nm.etin1.MrJ.P members deepilethe fact.tbh ml 'I "
I trial' department ':" 1n Florida-it condilons proved.... Wlnebrenner will lead. buslnees now occupies the
road and others.nil dl.CUUtoflS be', to his bf home as repr..eat" ,. ,. W. H.- .JONES.: IVes. K.issimme busmesa men. l"""" _ _I
here ,
Tb. paPeTI at1 far 1e.ehtn ;(/ r. ,
I..ue.
; -
live I 4 "I1l
,J>; . '
,.' rt, '. .' ...... .:i. .' ".
: ,. '
f'I \ :< ,/ ,51' '
.
1 t Jo : ,
( '
1
". { ,.; ., ,_ ,, ,,, ( ,, ,
,
., ,
: ...;<< -
"... ,1" ;


_a_.'

- .
,4 .
; ,. 2.A '- .
'% -' -.

: ,-,/ :



khq. -




? \. \ -
,
, ,,4 q\ \; :

d I ", \ -
I I .. 'I. .
I
'
AGE 2 K1SS1MMEE 1 VALLEY FRIDAY DECEMBER 12.113
,
.. THE: _ ; GAZETTE .. ,
.... .
.----- -- ., -.........- .. ......---...---_. ... ... _:... .-- -----

bpI' 'of visit to sick. im flower to
: Methodists Hold Great sick 154; t>ouo.uet. placed In church
1 10; Visitor distributed, 8: scholar ..... .. .
cured for Sunday school 1: visits tostrangers
f 5; sat up with sick 11 time;
: pent for vharlty. $1.00 amount In
;
J Meeting in Auditorium ir.-asury 'IO.tllt.'e have 10 taking; I
___ ..: part In sentence prayer. Attendanceat !
. duvotlonal meeting average 16. A BOYS BOYS
gaud deal or Interest taken ...d.a different : -
_
leader at every meeting lie- .
1 } "r REPORTS SHOW A MOST SUCCESSFUL: YEAR-SPLENDID ,I'KQ- aide singing and aentenca prayers, ..
the Leaguers: take part" In scripture;
d GRAM CARRIED OUT AM MANY GOOD) AD.) reading of lesson. -

t DRESSES MADE: Alberta Hop.on, Supt. When you are buying a Suit i of superior quality t ask for
t
'The report of the Sunday school
1. work a* whole was very' good, showing Brand
a large Increase Iti the member.ship Martha Washington '
.)
tl ,'III The last meeting at th. Con/.rt no Mleaiossry !6.ciri. and average attendance, and collections '
.1 year of the Methodist conicri-tration I Friends. : It I* a pleasure to me to for all purpose much larger '
''i'; wu held last Sunday evening!' At the than In previous the So.lfc.'
represent our missionary xlety. years. of 1
\ high School auditorium, report ..f the I know: every ono doean't believer In The report of the Wesleyan Liaraca Manufactured By The WfiL The Greatest t Known Name i
tit ,I'. work done during the war' bilnirmad.c. foreign missions 'other think that bowed a atart with live member!' anda ,
... The total amount at in waa given at IZ7.0S0.88 fur nil not get muchf their support, nnd hall paid flOO this year on the new quid $3.50 and up.
., purposes, which Including the ttm<"i unlMyald none of'llUnr! sympathy. church building. Prof. 11. M. Evans I* Men's Suits $1O.OO up. Men's Pants ,;
for conntruetlon. ot the new ihur.b. \V"e havo schools: mlsHlon andinntl. very, proud of his. class, and recently and i
A very Interesting proirrum-was iei4ered .. lutes scattered far and near, but we i they have organised a debating Boys' Suits 3.75 and Boys? Pants .50 t,p. ,
;. !' a. follows! work up.
need more for the thousands of soul ciety which will begin their aO-j ,
1. 8onK. and prayer by pastor, hungering heathen, and would have week.Th \ .
'
fi, 1. Report of Sunday achool work them but for the need of 'money. report by Busby was very .' :
i far the year-Hup t. John L. Overstrt-el. When we hear one say I help this I Interesting:: as ;tills, r.cl' Includes all JUST RECEIVED :
.. Report of Si-nlor Kpworth. l.t'alru.1. \' good cnus and that hut I've nothing the fathers And mother of the church .
.
,. ,- U. Zlmmerman.i for foreign missions, they are Into It and has been growing Interest\ and
dif-
i f 4. Wesleyan. Adult Hlbln, .ClaliJ.' for what they get rw e know they need number all the year. I ,A new .shipment of Boy's Suits and Pants of .t"" ':
t W. IlMBby.E. to be enlightened. No sane mall or The report of Mr. J. Wade Tuckerfor
f} ,. Wesleyan. HaraCii Class-I'rof. Tl. woman would, give up friends loved the Junior Wesleyan'' class wa.v..ry ferent varieties. High Quality serges. o..folk.j.. +.;; J
,,1 M. Kvana. ones and Home, crows the sea. nnd enter good. 1 .
><. Hontf. ', Into such work nnd not be a consecrated The financial report of Mr. Hush was j Full top ,. -c -,
I.. .7. Mlsslomiry Horlely-Mrs. J, U Christian for they accept 0....'.. Itemized, showing just. what had been and plain, double breasted styles. peg ?". ,

C Y','; Overatreet.*. Sonwr by eight .IulIl.' ..... . command.J..l'r"aeh.Ih.'"Oo.. ye.l{ .p..I"to Into all every the world creature1 collected year, and nikd was 'expended very pleasing' during. especiallywhen the trousers. Sizes 5'to 18. Don't waste any time,. ';;,!,:r'",, .
,., !. ..IunlorV..I..II, CI.-Mr. J. It wes considered that the new '
Wade Tucker The. salary they get would hot church coating $2SOOO was. practically)' but pick your;Cllrlstmas suit right how. ...
10. Quartette be any Induci-ment.' I assure you. paid for IIH the work progressed.Dr. h ,
11. Heading by Murray Ovvrstrec-t Now t h 'Thl Old' Church Will l>n," work don by our "ocl..ty.V... worked. good showing In all department of the
II. Tho weekly prayer nil".etlngr n* separate nocletle, the Won.an'* church and goes to conrerence.with a )
John M. 1.II. .......- Home MlnKlonary. society and the Wo fueling of pride that lie has presidedover URPRIS E'
Male Quartette. man' 1"orelllI'l\Il.alon.r) Society' until such a successful congregationof'that .
,4 K$ 14.:, Junior Lchguers-Mles Hopsnil.II \. the. pant year. V.'. are now. the denomination. dUl'ln"j the. year ,
16 'Hong by the Junior.dt lVornnn'n dllsslonary Cdunvll ISIS. THE
dt 1C.: Finance' of. the. year-/. Hnrory \V<>.i hold our own bUHlnenR; :; 'mecl'ijujt It 1.1 not k..ow..h..lh..r. Dr. Hlbert S' "
Rush. > I the Ilrst Wednesday In each monthlit will be returned to Klsslmmeu for next '. TOR
''* 17. n..ma..ka'by the pastor, J. I).. RI. he parsonage) and our literary meetIng year,' as \Whocttrh'I':11I:: :! with the .
Bert the third Wednesday at illlToreiithome board of : announce
,IS. Bong and benediction!' *, our socials, known a* the talent their appointment during the sessionof
tea. on the Ilrst Friday afternoonof conrerenco at Tallahassee.Bassenger.. 116 Broadway Ki8aimmeejFla.
The report read were a.. follow. each month. ,

..&.&)..! c..f...*.... Iteport by I're.lde.ICpw.rta .' We pledged $"B at confarencc' and I
inont of that amuont In-1mld. -
'Leastae. Methodist Churrh.KlMlsssse Our membership, number !3. The -- -- -
*. Kin*, bear. F....,.. !).<-. due ".(10 per annum: couldn't any II II 1'WAIX'SUVERTISING) STORY
s 191S. w'v"\ ': ':' 10 cent a month THE BEST PAPER .. to your paper for two years I must ;
-
Vt ) Flr.rn..pa..lment M. ipncifl average attendance.We - confess that it is, in my judgment, -
I
1 Splrl'..'. Meeting held daring the learncft oheerved-the a great deal week about of prayer*our "iirork and, 'The following program was given the best paper ot the eight I am Once upon a time Mark Twain was .
year 62. Attendance good, now ImvInKan our collection being 1229. which will lass ,,"rldBYnll"ht:- by I'rof. Hawthorn AMONG HIS LIST taking. I expect to be one of you the editor of a paper in Virginia Clt7-
average attendance of 80. Interesttrowing. school attainted by the professor and subscriber who found a spider In
he used to enlarge the Hue Penned I sell here' and a
as soon as can
e i, A Hlble study class" pfopoaed. Memorial lnstttut at London Kv. his wife and Dr: and Mrs. Keynoldstong : my property of the wrote MUnff,
.
much. his paper
One personal worker's group Amount received from lecture >* -\Vork for the night I* com without sacrificing: too copy
course
.f fifteen and seven Sunday schtmlworker $3.23.. Amount collected during the ing. KANSAS MAN ORDERS TWENTY This last edition of the 28th surely whether this was good or bad luek.I .
Other .church! worker eight. H..I..Uon-Edu"atloll for life., ProfJ Twain answered through his paperas
Second Department r" ..f..I"a't fh.i: 1*. Hawthorne.SongSteautiful. COPIES OF VALLEY GAZETTETO does show yourcounty up jn good I
n 7 Merry. ..* Help umbel vlult made i year' work to n the well success organlzod of our aoclety Isle of Somewhere. GIVE TO FRIENDS.The shape. As I wish to show some of I I follows:
to alck and afflicted 1100. Days l and anda faithful, wlde.awake, presl- Miss Zcna Alderman. Mr. Clarence Alderman my friends what a country you have,I "Old Subscriber:: The finding of a
i, nightservInK alck II.,.. 1 monthly I dent. I Mr. Claud Pearce, I'rof. Haw please send me twenty copies of the,t I spider 'In your copy of the Enterprise
visit to Jail and hoipltal. Hlblea placed theme alld Mrs. Hawthorne. .
"Come over and help us, in' their luck bad. TM
In, all hotel and county Jull. Money cry.' H."ltatlon-J.'r.. Reynolds. following letter demonstratesthe issue of the 28th if possible, and send was neither good nor
I expanded (charitable.. purposes $11.47. .- I II foniA now and poln UH. we ask.Mr. Song-Nellie Uray-I'rof. Hawthorne way in which the Valley Gazette me the expense account. ;; spider was merely looking over our
26 call made on *tranMT, ra and.I .. *. O.rt Mrs. Hawthorne Miss Xena Alderman is received, by men living in the West: Respectfully, pages to find out what merchant waa
I ItC of Alderman. -
I bouquets flower* distribute Mr. Clarence
LI' I Third Department ..n.101' LeMgners.Miss Heading-Dr. Keynold Belle Maine. Kans., Dec. 2,. '13. ALBERT HATFIELD.: I I I not advertising so that it could spin /
I f''. __.1 and LiteraryOne. social gathering )HouHon read the following report Nolo-Miss Ida Chandler Kisnimmee Valley Gazette: !: its web across his door and lead a free*
each month average QttrndancntOr 'I : S..I."Uon-Un"le Josh cm. the StreetCarMrs Dear, irs: After being a subscriber Subscribe for the Valley Gazette! i I and I undisturbed existence aver after.
I"" t Ai Practically all members pursuing "1 took charge of' the Junior League Hawthorne.
I ;. Ii reading course.' Epworth era .ul>- 011 the twenty-sixth of January, this I'QnlCpe. the Door for the Children -, ,
l -
d scribers 10. Number of book In year. .. about twelve mem -Miss Thelina Alderman. Miss
: League library !. her then, .ryWil P 17th of June, which Aline Pearce, Mr Hawthorne. .
"+ '. Fourth. Department was at the time of league conference, After which a debate wa participated 4F4'4y6 ii 4a
I (. ,,1., w..,. Knmitr-Hmmt and MlnsUaH .w" had Z9 member The report of In by! Mrs. Hawthorne and Mr Men-
Number of meetings held, IS. Amount the delegate, Murray Overstreet, to eley, affirmative- and Prof. Hawthorne I,
pledged for missions $18.4S. Ono ml.. the conference was. a* follows': and Miss Itebu Alderman negative. ,
j .Ion study claa. organized, 10 enrolled. "Devotional. meeting held tl: visits Resolved: That the average young .
"v/ Secretary.. Membership at beginning to sick" TO: flower-to sick S3; bouquet man of today has greater opportunitiesto
.f year 11 Present membership KB I placed In church 21: amount In make a success of life financially '
'I >' ;; an increase during year of 41. treasury $..40. The League paid the than our forefather, '
.I nPrv.......r. .Amount paid on new' delegate' expense to conference and P. H. MENELEY. '
church 4000. The league I. eelf-sup- back which was $1.85. Since. the CHRISTMAS .
"
e porting paying a per capitatax: or. 'league conference we have increased The 'new" Central hotel I* now three
10 cent per member to the district our number from It to 78. stories In height and almost ready for :
'I floe paying delegates registration fee "There have been about eight withdrawn the roof. Wa will be glad to note its i
at annual convention. nurchalng. aU.uppll. from the roll this year. completion a* It 1 I. badly needed -Just
.
...
i p, "HInee the conference. the. report I* a. now to accommodate the many tourists A
I* U. ZImmerman.' followa: and visitors. that are arriving dally In '
'
S President. "Devotional meeting held. J4: num Apopka;



i jWffl.wrafiHBaH.ra! ! $! YifiYiYiYi__! ifiYifiYi! !liRliYiYi! I It !t PRESENTS



. ..

191411 I .. When think of buying

I j__ FOR you your .


: ,'
,
,
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ; \! <
!
!Ii :. A series : '\," ,<
: I ,
.'3"I... , ,' '> 1// 1
'f..1"., I" ', ''.)''" ad.'',''.F ,I"o .I

I of six models iiig THINK OF SOMETHING'THAT" WILL- -' JE OF- USE FOR

e u ,
: embracing MANY YEARS TO COME AS WELL AS SOMETHING ?

t I =-_'" .-,---;:- _ _ u __

I both four J THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED -:- .:. _:. _:_
--
---
!Ii
p' t.. NiI K WE HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF SUCH ARTICLES
I I : ii;; iini J 3iifiiii! i (+ r and six .
'If ::1
!> -M ;; m THAT YOUR LOVED ONES_ AS _WELL AS YOUR

/ Ie cylindertypes.

FRIENDS WILL .APPRECIATE WE LIST. A FEW
mI -:-
.. _
t ..
".1.C ,

-, "e-.Y_.. .- -=, = ,. . "m

I ROCKERS, CHAIRS, DRESSERS TOILET TABLES,

I !:Ii The BUICK automobile must be so built that it will, at all times and under all circumstances m ECONOMY

i y; .A give the owner uninterrupted of his invest ent. Every BUICK CHIFFONIERES CHIFFOROBES,, BUFFETS, SIDE -- ", f

r E owner ia entitled to, and will receive, prompt! and efficient service, the kind BOARDS LIBRARY, AND PARLOR TABLES OFFICE "
"b
', 4 ;Ii .Baick that will insure him the motoring\ pleasure he expects. m ,

,r ', !fi BUICK reputationi so pre-eminently firm and fair, was not won by chance but DESKS LADIES' DESKS, RUGS, DAVENPORTS, BRASS \ T sac
7 ia'due to the lahed with the production of the first BUICK car'and so consistently !Ii '4
4 !J; Creed adhered to ever since, that of.giving the owner the maximum of service for !Ii BEDS, LOUNGES, COUCHES, BLANKETS, PHONOGRAPHS o +
r !It the, minimum of cost. 1
; ELECTRIC IRONS SMOKING STANDS AND -
,
!Ii'v No matter what its price a BUICK ear must, and will, give the maximum of '
that service for which it was intended and must bear its proportion of the responslI m CABINETS, SHAVING CABINETS., MEDICINE CABINETS

i I bility maintaining that high prestige which BUICK cars have attained. !
m HASSOCKS CEDAR CHESTS BABY CARRIAGES t
r! The true significance of the slogan, "When Better Automobiles Are Built, BUICK m I

4 e. .Will Build Them,* is manifested to its fullest possible extent in the. 1914 line .to be TkuNKS, BAGS, SUIT CASES, BICYCLES, YANKEE l ,
f described In this space next. week. !HYi YS t. n
r s.,4 1 e '
HOBBY HORSES VELOCIPEDES a
I' FLYERS, "

.t : wt m

. A .VAST ASSORTMENT OF THE ,CHOICEST PICTURES SILVER KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS, A

1i. CLOCKS, STOVES, RANGES, HALL STANDS CASSEROLE SETS, JARDINIERES,'WHITE "

I SEWING MACHINES AND OLIVER TYPEWRITERS, VASES AND STATUARIES'

It' tla ALL AT RIGHT PRICES. n

.. .-, .
!Ii .

.!IiIi WE INVITE YOU To'VIsiT OUR STORE BEFORE BUYING


. .

j WE WILL PAY YOUR FARE HERE AND BACK AGAIN AS WELL AS PAYING THE FREIGHT | .

i .

_
t
....
.1 .Leaders in Furniture and Housefurnishinzs '

." :::1:1r

.. .. .Your for Business. t'

v ti .



a,, r1h MACH BROTHERS GARAGE 1 H e '.' - I KISSIMMEE, ;: : "h



.
'
;
.
e'e'r Y 'OPEN 'DAY,AND' NIGHT i < !

(FURNITURE:
CO.

L .. Autos" for Hire. Repairing and Supplies.' ,.

: .. ., .
I' .

{ :Broadway &: Dalon Kissimmee,' Florida,' I .. EMORY' RUSH ( .' '. '" J.'.,



\' '. iWWM !fflSfilMf2! ! &!MIWH! M.- ! _! 4-1 I

4 iiii.i.s

'.1' >.' ",,', ., /l n U 1. 'r-: I V r
4 : .' (I ",' ; : 7 ,
'. j : .. --
\ .
,
C4L
I .}.- .,,.;...f I' .. '
{ < ''t.. "" " : ", , 1 Yr
":::" ,.. .1: a ( 1'. ;. : t . '. .



FRIDAY DECEMBER 12.1913 '
'
n. THE KISSlMMrE VALLEY GAZETTE1r , .
'
.
WHAT tft 1 urable.. On (her rests largely: the I where.there Is.an "opportunity" to purchase , .

DO moral and mental development of the FOR A MOR'EUNIFORM adjoining pieces of land at c MM *
children, and on, her attitude -
depends prices that are not prohibitive. Citiesare '/
WITH in great part the important questionof often paying as much as" $10,000or
WOMEN whether the succeeding generationwill SYSTEM more per acre for: such land' '
' continue to farm or will seek the "Two years ago the city of. Houston "Little Drops of Water and i
allurements of life in cities. --
> :.Tex., secured .a. bond issue of '
ONJHE FARM According to the testimony of $500,000 fo renlarging several of Its
many who are thoroughly familiar MILKJNSPECTION old schools. The' city of Galveston
with conditions the needs of the farm t has voted a bond issue of
woman have been largely overlooked $ ,recently the same Remember-It ?
AND RURAL ORGANIZATIONS! by Ahtlng agricultural agencies. En- IS DESIRE OF GOVERNMENT city or purpose.country, Mr. ...
deavfrkhasbeen largely focused on Curtis considers ample school 'play -,
-- inducing, the field workers to install ground a vital necessity; "City chil- . --"",,-- .
effective agricultural machinery and .- dren need a goodsizedschool "
ARE TWO PROBLEMS THAT',ARE to employ the best methods of crop ERNEST KELLY SAYS THERE;because. there is no other plan yard to You ca. start *. .cc.a.'t.-with a dollar at tie CITIZENS'

GIVING THE SECRETARY Of production., The facts thatthe worn, MUST BE A RADICAL CII ,NGE. ,play. Country children need a large
AGRICULTURE 'MUCHCONCERN. an's work and time have a real .monetary IN APPOINTING MILK I yard because at home there: is no one BANK OF KISSIMMEE.
value and that her strength is to plaw with in the
it "V I ." not unlimited have never been given INSPECTORS.Washington . 'j-games.for' little-except children. He simplest point.i Ami that dollar. re&IJft', with aU tkat. way.. .b. addtd..... It will .
,
the, consideration they deserve ---- *ed out that larger school grounds are EARN yen 4% co.poii:d interest.'----. -< -:----"- -: ,'. ,: .
demanded
not the
J''Washington., D. C. Dec. 6. Rural ,, only for sake of .
,
D. C., Dec. 6.-Ernest .
PRESERVING FUNGUS
,, ] organization problems and women on : Kelly; ,, in charge Of market milk investigations -''?organized play, which 'has come to 4
i PARASITES OF WHITEFLY have a recognized value in education, ----'--
Intereating U.8. Department of Agriculture but also for school
gardening, .
? Agriculture, Houston in his annual With the By beginning J. R. Watson of the rainy uniformity, declares of milk there requirements is a lack of I''I other. activities)'that have training made, pen.11' and the- You "c'.n't hold all the'money that comes i to.or. .hand,* but

report to Congrece.Even season in June the grower of citrus throughout the United States. school '
.
M- yard "nearly as important as it i it your duty to hold tome of it. .
though the problem of how the fruits should see to it that he has What is the most 'efficient system the' classroom in the condnoct of I ' "' :'
farmer -can'best sell his produce and plenty of parasitic fungi both the red of milk inspection and how may'it be I modern school." a l (fit:.' '
improve the conditions under which he and the brown, in his'grove. If they installed and maintained? .A novice 1 Why not try making a fair allowance- for expenditure and
cap secure the necessary capital were are not already present, he should will find that one. city requires pas- t
so red there would still remain vital spare nopains; to introduce them. teurization, while another does( not; then trim down enough make L
permit
to to deposit
at
I thRlrs to be accomplished before ru- However, in, June fungus material is that one.city allows a bacteria count III Orange Center II you a our ,
;
rtfc life can be made fully efficient often scarce, while now it is usually of 600,000, while another, has a limit ; bank a* a guarantee against future need Consider this regular
} profitable healthful, pleasurable and abundant, and should be collected. of 100,000; that this city requires

II5 attractive and before a larger disposition Dr. Berger has shown Jhat it keeps four per cent fat, that one- only 3 percent 1 I Mr. OaseU: -deposit as a debt that must be paid from your income. We will ,
to remain on the farm develops well in cold storage. The grower and so on. In collecting data i I I Invited you to come to Orange ,
says Mr Houston. having: cold storage' facilities should along_this line last year, found'saysMr Center for dinner last Matur Good roads are prerequisite for bet now lay in a supply of fungus for ; Kelley;; the following surprising you that should wen put hab..n up by tiftv.our ladle The spread would you h
ter marketing for better schools and use next summer. For this purpose, variations. Standards for bacteriaran I have put a smile on the (ace of the ,
for more comfortable rural living. collect a quantity of the leaves and all the way from 25,000 up to Mnk' of England or th. king of club ..
Better sanitation and hygiene in allow them to dry for a day or two 1,000,000 per cubic centimeter. 500- I lot Itclli-ve*of good m<-. '.what.ata. our It take Orange to Cantor art. n F
the home, in the school and in the In an airy room,.out of the rain and 000 per c. c. seemed to be. the' most iadles )have It. \\> had a community "
: community are" just as vital for the direct sunlight Then ,put the dry popular, thirty-three cities out ofslxtysix '' dinner and community workfcut.
.
rural community as for the urban. leaves in a tight boxPlace it in a reporting this figure, i.Fat ;, 'our, <* he men road turned to our out cemetery vnina* and:.. and workd put- Bank of Kissimmee"ARTHUR .
Many agencies, are attacking these cold ,storage room where the tem standards ranged from 3 per:j i,i up Onclnit. There was no loaMiiK nn
problems It is highly important that perature is usually below 40 degrees cent to 3% per cent, fifty-one cities'' thu Job. but every man put In his thaw DONEGAN'P. .
the local political machinery shall be 1<'., or in "a' refrigerator.:._Next June out of one hundred and .twenty-two'I i 1 to to good another advantage.day, when.. look the forward E. K. WEAVER'
rtior? fully vitalized and be me-more thl.fungul material'Will be found to requiring the smaller .amount. Total wo ar. hoping, will ua n p...rmtn work..nt President Cashier
efficient in" its care of community. be fresh and bright and capable of solids showed an even greater' variation ''''Institution. 'tl
welfare germination.But running from 10.62 per'cent up Our IOIIK' .drouth was broken >"rt "IIIIIIIII IIIII IIIIIII'I'III"IIIIII'I'I"IIIII.r
Much of' the work of the improvement many growers do not have cold- to 18 per cent. should Sunday see by our a ,delightful pardon rrowinr'snnr!shower' .loV
of rural conditions lies outside storage facilities. They will be interested No eane minded person would claim that rain. ,
-- -- --
the field of immediate effort of the to learn that experiments that three per cent milk is more valu- Mr. Stokes. the!| proprietor <./ th-r
this last able as 'a food in Boston than it is in Band Lake grove, scattered 411'' tons .l '
Department of but it is carried on by department i .
Agriculture, San' Francisco, that, milk containing crushed stone on the ground > I I I I IIMIIIIIII t I I I I MIIM I Ml IIIIMM. i I
attacking rob- winter and summer demonstrated that, or A
I directly more H..v. Spahr had a splendid of '
lems than is commonly recognize and at'< least in some' circumstances this 400,000"bacteria is harmless in Florida cranberries. He ha.'crop treated (X A. CARSON. I. A. CRANFORD. 8. U LUPFKR. t,
will leave nothing undone to contribute fungus material may be dried and Florida and poisonous in Maine: portion practically of all this of delicious Orange fruit.Center t.s H Prwldont.IIIIM. V'-P..Id. nt. FlMntar
directly to their solution. It is clear kept in a dry condition without losingits : To carry out this important work Mr 8. l>. Ureenhlll. of Hamlln. Tex.,
that much time and great patience power to germinate. Leaves of the average city is poorly' equipped. panic to UranK Center taut llondny to ,
essential and the red fungus were collected in De- Pitifully small sums are remain permanently. Mr. tirerahlllspent
I are that some of the results appropriated two day In KlaMmmee. '
desired will come early in.;the cember, 1912, allowed to dry thoroughly by city councils and state legislatures with some, realevtaters who In nom.pany are KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ii tRough
future; many of them as byproductsof in the'air, piled loosely in an to push this campaign of education. seemingly unfriendly to Orange Cen ,
the work of various agencies. i open box and kept in a dry room until Last year I received he says from ter. Their.., I..rauaal\.e however, to pol. provedimtdorfuat.
The department is giving special July. Trees sprayed- with 'this'ma one hundred and sixty-two cities letters plans of Mr. Oreenhlll. who rhaux 1 is MOW oti the<..
attention to the subject of farm man- terial developed fully as good a catchof giving the amounts spent for of us and In 'julldlnK on lids t...'et. *
agement with the view of renderingto fungus as those sprayed with fun- dairy and milk inspection These I Mr.Orange J. U Taylor Center ofIol..a.few .dais n..., visIted last- 41 and Dressed a
the farmer service similar to' that gus material which had been kept in figures include country and city inspections week Mr. Taylor and hi. f.ither awn.
rendered to the business man and cold storage. the taking of samplea-lab-, 44 acrla of Orappe Center lard which. .
the manufacturer efficiency oratory 'work, supervisory and clerical they purchased two" year ajto. They
by expertsand
build winter homo
expect to a melt
engineers. I GAME SCARED TO DEATH work, in fact every item connected forty.V. on PINE LUMBER:

It. is proposed especially to emphasize Achicken of the prairie variety'was with :milk inspection. Twenty-two, .\.., A. 1'11."nc., our 1'ham"lon'JI..I..r-
cities reported that they 'spent abso- 'm. and expert plasterer, will no toApupka .
the enforcement of Uje: } food and'drugs scared to death bright and-early the 'In .a few day to planter the
act, so far as the law''..permits 'other morning as a 'result of one of lutely. nothing for such wrok. One walls!| or the new hotel.
for the better protection of the peo- the most interesting experiments ever cit) spent one-tenth of a cent per cap-
pie, rural as well as urban. Much attempted! in this section of the" state" ita per year,while the highest reported A dimple in a pretty woman's chin HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYIMMMIMIMMMMMMMIMMIM .
of this work must of necessity take : Joe Brown, N. D. Black and Peter was a, little town in Georgia which I has proved the ditch where many a '
... the form of constructive education; Morgan; were out long before sunrise spent nineteen cents per capita .per i man has stumbled.
that is, of placing in the hands of the in search of the elusive chicks. They year. Only forty-three of the one I Woman may be designated the I M I MMMMI.
people ana their officials information., tramped over fields, through dales and hundred and sixty-two cities Spent !nerves of mankind.
necessary for protection, and of giv across hills till shortly before the hour five cents or more per capita and the I .
w assistance; of 9:30. average in cities spending anything at ---- -- ----
Thiscooperative'very much extended -. -''-'There!! cried Joe Drown. all was only 4.14 per capita, per year. I'
i
if the states, in addition to efficient -!i 'Instantly\ all .were' attention. Each individual spends less than one ,
well-organized state health I Three guns were raised to as many car fare, or the cost of a glass of I
boards, had machinery extending into;( shoulders. With one accord three soda every year to protect the most II I
t..' each community in charge of ful -time.;; shells were fired; then three more followed important food in the world. Is it "f
experts. i I !, while Joe Brown added a third surprising that so little interest is
The woman on thejarm'is a most shell just for luck., manifested br.t.he average consumer 4 ,1. We Ve : 'much
the 'In the position of milk important factor in agriculture, de-I The bird came to ground. Three many say
dares Mr. Houston. Her domestic hunters came rushing upon it, each Inspector is so poorly paid that it-at
work undoubtedly has a direct bearing joh j i anxious to claim the honors. tracts only political ward heelers, '
the efficiency of the field workers, They examined! the bird. There hungry for any crumb from the loaf ;
her handling of the home and its surroundings wasn't a.mark on it., of the commonwealth. about it; will let the goods '

contributes to the cash intake -!I. Mr. Chicken had been, scared to ''I wish to say emphatically that ,
v and 'addition, hers is largely': death.-Fargo....(.N. D.) News. there 'must be a radical change in the
r', the responsibility for contributinlCthe manner of appointing milk inspectors
social and other features which I I The wheel of fortune doesn't, ,always throughout the country before the I and prices talk for themselves f,
make farm life satisfactory and pleas- run on' the' square. highest degree of efficiency i can be
attained. Political domination must I ., ,
---------
'
cease in public health work; the handsof ,

the lifesaver must be free if he is I We the' best of for Xmas. We wouldbe
KISSIMMEE, ,. FLA., THURSDAY, DEC. 18 to battle successfully with dirty milk." have everything


FAMOUS,FROM' d S OCEAN ANNUAL TO OCEAN AS THE BEST i'AMPLE GROUND very glad of an opportunity ,to show .you our ,clean,

22n TOUR
I fresh stock of new and beautiful Christmas Gifts comprising -
AGAIN ALL NEW AND BETTER. No Other Exhibition Enterprise Presents ,

So Many New Features, '.t rilleJ,:'" and Sensational. Displays. FOR PLAY IS A 1 the choicest gatherings of'desirable Christmas : .


SUN BROTHERS'WORLD'S VITAL NECESSITY merchandise 'we have ever offered 'our 'holiday, patrons,


PROGRESSIVE - and place at your disposal appropriate gifts for every n z

I
SAYS AN EMINENT AUTHORITY .
member of the family. :
v. ,.. .
',j . '
CHILDREN NEED A GOOD-SIZED;
... ..... ..,... ......M ... ... . .............. ....
SCHOOL YARD BECAUSE d

*, THERE is NOWIIERE j {
ELSE TO PLAY.

I There's -a' reason :

Washington, D. C., Dec. 3.-How ,-

'large S. Curtis Is your in a bulletin just ?issued Henry by Why our prices are right. We conduct four stores ; '_

the United States Bureau of Educa-

4 =i = tion building, declares should that have every at least city one school full and buy in sufficient quantity eliminate the, jobber and '


block the usual of ground city block, whether of two the or block three is buy direct from the manufacturer and' SAVE: THE MIDDLE:' .Y,

acres,,or one of ten acres, as in Salt \
Lake Utah. The high school needs MAN'S PROFIT which means a saving for our customers.
.r,2 at least 10 acres he asserts. As for .

s =., r the country school, it ought never to All ask is fair comparison of qualities and '
prices.
have less than S acres of play space we a ",
and could profitably make use of 10
acres, provided the grass is kept '

/ j /3ROTN \ d -mowed.Mr. Curtis shows that our schools Make selections now "f : '
your
t have in' general, had ver yinadequate ,

however yards. During'with the the development past ten 'of year the*, Before the rush and we will hold them until/wanted.:

play movement, there has come an Increased '
demand for ground space SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS AND OUT OF ' "

s' around school buildings. The state TOWN CUSTOMERS. We will both mi'ss'D pleasureif you" ,
j. .a S
rte.
board
_t t i of education in Pennsylvaniaand '
Virgnia will not approve plans I do,not allow us to show, you our goods. Open evenings for ,
A NO: for new school buildings that do not : *

HOW S provid for adequate playgrounds. In your convenience. ... I;
S Little Rock Ark., the standard x>f one
full block to a school has been carried' .

NEWLY ADDED GERMAN ZOOLOGIC INSTITUTION out with every one of the schools for I . ....... .0... . ................. ............ .. ....... ......... s
1 GREAT EUROPEAN TRAINED ANIMAL' TOURNEY white; children !'All but, one or two !
ROYAL COURT JAPANESE ATHLETIC CONCLAVE of the schools in Pueblo Colo., have

11 REGAL BLUE RIBBONED .HORSE, FAIR a full block ": JEWELER/
"In -San Angelo Tex., every school C. A CO 'E
11 BANDSLOF' MUSIC 100 STAR ACTS AND ARTISTS buton.baatwo.blocks at.least,. 'and ., OPTOMETRlST'Kissimmee
2 BIG. _oJjATE CLOWNS 10 ACRES OF TENTS two have 10 acres of play space. The "
%5 u first school built in Gary, Irtd., had
BIG SPECIAL RAILWAY' TRAINS OF .DELIGHTFUL: SURPRISES two'acres of, playground,the second and Winter Fla. and Winferset lay,
Lakeland
Two Z BIG COMPLETE. PERFORMANCES DAILY AFTERNOON,sad NIGHT cently had 4 and purchased.the third i contains 11. sand 20 a acres.lot re?I ,, Haven, ,,

. ,, 'r I: ,,,..=-,--.":-.-' ;,- Dod4,.,;bet owed This U-.powtiyely: tbe : all, "There o.ver.the-coli is a \very strong for sentiment school, _. . tf eP
/ larger
,
q"fiT BEST sad ONLY WORTH WHILE!JSHOW '_ATTENDING grounds," Mr. Curtis ; ana yards

t yi s.:'No Grafter>No Immoral Issues. Can ottier 'show* say as ,niuch li ,,are being .augmented>,in,.puny cities ..

/ .,
I , ,'J{. j) '
.. '" ., i,_ I . ,. / I), ,,,, t y ti4:'.1. ,.' ,.
.
r "
'- i
\ N v .. ?
; \ ,
.(, ...--

...". 1 --
rr
e .
V

A. : ,rte t+ i


f
4
i



_ 5z 2s$

-.: .. ., ,,
.
y /fIIItII"'I !! -., ,. .. .' ..,, " j ,
: ,' . 12ltl3
,
",.. " THE''"" KISS1MMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE'e', FRIDAY, DECEMBER

---r-----: -
.
-- -- ., _\ -" -' -' i
-i i n M i i i i i .i i i -T

I







i Listen t People Listen r b








,, .




t ,
r
'
'ru We are going out of business in Jacksonville and .removing gradually our entire stock to 1 II


; I Kissimmee, Florida ,' We mean exactly what ''we say. Our stock is too large and room is, ,


: too small.. We have to dispose some of'it'and to accomplish that plan, we have decided to '


; .... '.., i. ,



w. : ., *. '=T Cut Prices On Every: Item'== .:;' : ." .;





,; !: t" :.. we have on hands. Put aside ''all your engagements, for o'rily one day, and come, and attend the "I", t



,, '-. Greatest. Cut Price Sale on Ladies', 'Men's and Children's ready to, ,. wear garments that ever swept ":;\' 1':;", .i i"j" \-


f Kissimmee. ; THESE BEAUTIFUL UP-TO-DATE GARMENTS - .- :. ' '; I




+ :: MUST GO REGARDLESS OF CthST1 : : !



: ,..
'
f'I' ifI\


r ,.. '\ Great Bargain Carnival all kinds of merchandise,...purchasing power of money doubled. ,:;:,,0' 1



fir It will pay to ,come fifty miles to attend; this sale and: buy Dry Goods enough to last for whole. ,/'



year. THIS CUT PRICE SALE ONLY LASTS UNTIL DECEMBER 27TH, 1913. .J.Jr


r r


I



+ f r I. 1 s luiw


GreaterNewYorkStore i'









tlr; Corner Broadway: &, Stewart' Ave. LOOK FOR THE PLACE A. ROSENBERG,


.; Next Door to Fraternity Hall UNTIL YOU FIND IT Owner and Manager

_ ;


I - -- _._ a
-- -- -. r--- ---- -- .. \
-- --
-- .
-
- -

!I 1---- again animal the it is cycle impregnated of its growth and of flue.health,The and machine stood n...the.m..d lone to l"t'journey In as. :I I GIVE' "SYRUP OF FIGS" .::4;'

l m.. '," II Cattle Ticks II and through another generation.Its .H II. Apopka: Items II started good .condition out on the imrhaps Ionic trip as _wli.-n'lt ,I TO CONSTIPATED CHII.DN.
injury to the cow is as a parasite Airs Dodge arrl..vi the latter part I
sucking the blood, destroying the of last week from'Maine, and has take" '
< red corpuscles and producing an anae. ', l>r. H. H, (3el..rer of Klssltnmcf wa In kins rooms on for Central the a'1".",, with, Mrs ///I'1/ -j jmnkl Delicious' "Fruit Laxative" can't harm ,,1
!;" mic and weakened condition, wherein Apopka Monday vlaltlnir his mother avninuo, ;! p tender little Stomach liver I
,
if ,
] Human nature"is a queer proposition! in Florida vary from three! to six and the life resources that should have II II and hert'meeting Ha made with the Home of bin friend attune Th Clvloi tu'JtIV'.KN! U-aau*ba"aa""at..th, 'hi l jiivryit i \SV. ;: and bowels' rt* I '
i Strange how slow man-the average perhaps ten per cent every year, and gone into beef and milk, have' been I I ". trip DV auto. 'hall during 'the Christmas, hollda ...It. '
t G. Simmons or Alban N. V, and ) }
man-is to accept as a fact what has the cause is the tick and lack of employed to support the tick. It h -B W 1'1. Lee of CanandalKua) N. Y,,?wore I I..,Alrj., her Luna has the',, itilsrortunv. to .
been proven to him He'll listen to proper care. been estimated that a beef animal In Apopka last Haturdaj- looking over Mrs KolHi driving y, of hors. "" few days raga Look at the tongue, mother! If ';
: all the arguments, watch the demonstrations Indeed, the poor ,Cow has rather a may' lose as much as two hundred some of the real estate propositions wh" isVisited .1..n.IIIIIII' Ih" "Htoughton" Ma. .1 coated, your little one's stomach liver : ,
.
read the statistics and thenfleey slim chance in Florida. The average and went away highly pfvased with Ih. lamll or rMrlturlIrd and bowels need cleansing at
t .c pounds of blood by the tick in A single our city and pVomlsnd) to return aKal hers last ) A. once. l I
: : "It isn't so." value of the range-fed three-year-old season. The tick also develops in the sonn C'apt I.Sunday O. \\'hit.ha I When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't d
It took a good many years for Flor- beef in Florida last year was eleven animal a* germ-disease, called the -_Ml-, and Mm W R. McL.ood spent... mat UIMIII" to .. '. .. not. been call.1.. 'I sleep, eat or act naturally or is feverIsh ,'I
catfie dollars a head. No wonder Floridians Texas or tick fever. This disease is !quests Monday: .of at Mr Weklwa and Mrs.Springs Unborno. where thin C. J.. between. ; 1Apopija i / and i Klalnrnua. stomach sour, breath bad; ham 1
were not as productive as they have to buy their meat in Kansas City particularly destructive to adult cattle they enjoyed a splendid dinner of vrnl- as but was I.* still announced' In last we,'k'".|<.i ivi.. 'I sore throat dlarrhcca. full of cold givea J
holding
k should be. It took a good many more and Chicago and that the winter resort imported from tick-free sections, sonII. to of !his his many' run friends here nlueh I teaspoonful of "California Syrup of .\
1 :years for them to find out what was hotels bring their milk and cream producing a death rate as high as for 8t.I.' Petersburg Kelley left here whore a he few will days spend ago and hero iSSS/{. the Ilne' -........ Beth liar, Figs" and In a few hours all the tout / 1 s;
3 t1 the matter and then some more yearsto from New York under refrigeration ata ninety-five per cent. unless special some time. Hugh will no doubt find A. at. Starbird: | l constipated waste undigested food ,c
find out that something could be cost of from fifty cents to one dol.' ptecautions are taken to ward off the him plenty-' : of.carpenter work there to keep sIcL-rahle extension. has of been the making city' Wal"r and sour bile gently,moves out of Its ,,
done to stop these ravages and how lar a quart.. attack.Is .busy.W. L, Hard of Stanton camp to .Apop. systc-m during the past week and I H"- little bowel. without griping, and you ;
JS jl i to do' it. And now that they know This tick is a curious little insect, it possible to get rid of the tick? ka the first of the week, and while "ral the aervic new" customers,. \\' have been. IIdd..d 10 have a well playful child again. Ask; ,, ''
they are more or less reluctant ands rather disgusting, in fact, in its ap here purchased"a SO-acre farm known Improv..m..nl. and e ar. ,glad 10 not, then, your druggist for a- 60(-ont bottle of I
; 4 1 low "to adopt the simple and cheap pearance. Its life cycle is .interesting It is. Tennessee is just celebrat- us and the on l.oveaee which Is farm a fine near grove CIK of rcona.5UU family ,I. being supplied especially with when "itch such ,"California Syrup of Flgs" which contains I
ti measures that will bring a cure. I and it interesting historically, ing its riddance of the peat, and in trees. He will return In a short time pure IIIarkllnl water a. III furnished' full directions for babies chil ,
of its life history many counties of other southern and make his home In city water works hero.
Florida in common with all other because a study Orange county dren of all ages and for grown-ups.
N f ,southern states, is losing hundreds of I I brought first to the attention of the states the quarantine has been 'raisedby Ira Hand of St. Petersburg; has b..nthe . ... ,
guest during thepast week of hi.brother.
1, thousands of dollars, perhaps millions,I scientists the fact that a disease may the United States' Department of. O. Harod and wife of this --- "
every year from the ravages of the' be insect-borne. Another significant Agriculture. place. ,
I 1 ,. .cattle tick. An industry that should fact is that it may be exterminatedand Has this quarantine been raised in few Miss days Mattie visiting Mae: with Williford friends spent In. Ktsslmmee a- Fancy Grocery ListFor Y
I be one of the most profitable, is yield. the disease of which it is the active :- any part of Florida l' No, because during the past week. j i
1 ing from one-half to one-tenth of what cause, may be wiped out wholly Florida is just beginning to realizeits I. M Jackson and family. have re.turn..d f
n A. ,it might bring into the state. No and entirely. If science could 'hope disadvantage it. harboring this unwelcome from several Daytona days Beach friends afterspending ; ,
1 other state in the Union has more or with equal certainty to exterminatethe guest and is engaged in a there. with -
greater natural advantages than this mosquito and the house fly, it campaign of education'having -for itsobje'ct The log train of the Consumers Lum- The Choicest Customers ;
for the raising of cattle for dairy could predict the banishment foreverof ultimate tick eradication.It ber and Veneer Co. killed a cow anda '.
last week to 8. W.
purposes and for beef. The increasing yellow fever, malaria and. some has been done repeatedly elsewhere "Htewart.' dog belonging;
scarcity of cattle in the western other afflictions that trouble human and it is more to the commercial Mr. and Mrs. ThlmbleHee of James PLUM PUDDING _.FRUIT CAKE ',
country and the swelling prices charge kind. advantage of this state to accomplish town. N. Y., arrived Friday night and PEARL ONIONS ;
have taken with Mrs. Win. I
*" bd for meat everywhere emphasize Three great sections of the world the same result than in any other, Adam on Orange rooms street where they GLACED; FRUIT QUEEN. OLIVES. 'u;' '.
the importance of Florida in this line have the cattle tick to contend with' southern state, with the possible 'exception will spend the winter. They are high.Iy :
of industry. 'We have the climate Australia, South Africa and North' of Texas. pleased with the town and In all LAYER RAISINS SPLIT PEAS
that reduces to a minimum the necessity America. The Australian kind is Prom the life history of the insect, probability, will locate here permanently PICKLES ,
t ' for winter housing, and we active on that continent, in South it may be seen that an alteration of Rev. Oeo. D. Reeve Is In attendanceat IN BULK -., ,
have more varieties of forage. than America Cuba and Porto Rico. North pasturage for cattle will bring the the annual conference of the Florida HUNGARIAN PAPRIKA .1
L any other state, none excepted. The America, that is the United 'States destruction of the.tick by starvation. Methodist at Tallahassee.church which Is In session ,
d d workers at the United States Agricultural has eight varieties but, only one of; The grown female and the seed tick Henry Btarblrd! son of :A. 8 Btarblrd KARR. SOUP TABLETS CIIAPON EN ,
Experiment: Station at Gainesville these produces the fever, and this may be killed by a solution in which while riding his bicycle on the street GELLEE ;
o -demonstrated that cattle one is a resident only in the south. the principal ingredients are arsenic was hitched run to Into a buckboard by a runaway and was-horse pain .. .PRESERVED BLOATERS '
, + .? "here may be kept on green pasturage The body of the,full,grown'female and washing soda. It is necessary, fully Injured the shaft striking .* .1 It' ,
1 through. every month of the twelve. la oblong-oval; in shape and sometimes only that the application shall .be him In the deUUYW feared at , MACKEREL .
Florida is one of the states against reaches a half inch "in length. Its thorough and at least as frequent as first that. but he further had received Investigation Internal failedto injuries .
which a quarantine has been laid by color is a dull yellow1' varying to a the incubation period< of the tick- show any serious Injury other thana BONED CHICKEN FRANKFURTERS: AND SAUERKRAUT
1, -the: United States Government and brown. When fully grown and engorged twenty-one days. Spraying the tick- severe shaking up and some external '
4g '" centers with the blood of the animal bruises.Mr. FERRIS HAMS AND t1
.e ; 'the .beef slaughter discriminate infested animals mayor may not be Burdick. wife and daughter, and BACON '.
,' against this state because it is it drops to the ,ground, finds a place sufficient! it depends upon the thoroughness Mr. Howard all arrived here a few . .
i 'jn the ,"tick belt. What does this more or less protected from sun and of the spraying. The surest; days ago after a trip extending all the SPAGHETTI ITAUENE ASPARAGUS
.1 ; ; discrimination: cost? rain and proceeds to lay from. a few way is to force the cattle to swim way Fla. from The trip South was Dakota made to In Apopka a Ford, FRESH .
j<< Florida cattle bring from one and hundred to five thousand eggs. Vary- through' a tank or vat filled with the automobile. They are all In the best VEGETABLES DAILY : .
i-rfme-half>> to two and one-half cents per Ing from in time a few days In summer solution, so that every part of the ASPARAGUS ".
I.. pound less in Chicago market than to twice! as many in winter these body is covered, saturated. The State 'I
.:battle brought in from states or sections eggs hatch little six-legged sees' ticks, Board of Health is urging and encouraging SWISS AND ROQUEFORT
not included in the Texas fever each about one-fiftieth of an inch in the "dipping" process. CHEESE ,

II ,belt.. The cattle brought to that market length Each immediately scurries Thirty of these vats have been pNGINECJLsJ NUTS, CANDIES ETC. .
t ,
r e and to other beef centers, are required to find a point of vantage on a bladeof constructed in different parts of the "

f '. to slaughtered immediatelyupon grass or other vegetation to wait state by private enterprise. Theyare 4 cycle and 2 cycle Kj .. --" '"
arrival without the chance to recover for its prey the cow, to come along. being operated tinder competentand In "
,_ In,condition or weight the losses Until the arrival of the animal it eats expert superintendents, and at ROW BOAT MOTORS addition to our complete grocery stock we WiU have on display
,. ''occasioned by shipment thousand, nothing, and if it cannot "catch a last there seems to be a chance that . .
,;0. t-Mfles or more from the place of pro- .ride" on the beef animal, and"some- Florida will some day com to its own. Save the 'Agent's r-rnialssism. TOYS TOYS -TOYS .
'- I rftoction. The condition of. cattle afacttd -' times on a horse or mule, it starvesto as at leader in the cattle industry. '
< by the tick .is such as to reduce death. Its powers of endurance The tick could be eradicated from for Christmas .
I ;4&eir weight, as compared with that however are great, and may live with Florida in SIX months. Bow many v' . Come,and, get Sans i
.of; the tickfree.nimals, br many out food'' from four and a half to six years. will be required to do.itt , BOAT SUPPLIES. your Clans supplies from us
'pounds.' The hides of the,Uck-Infesty or eight (months,, especially in the ,. '
;" It'.i'w't'k cattle,are worth from ten to fiftyper cooler months of the year, Take woman out of the world and ,,'
,cent less than those taken from .Attaching itself to the animal it the real joy of living would vanish BURROUGHS "* McMEEKIN W.: B.. Makinson Co.
/1 ,cattUt.without:},this pest.",'The annual begins its growth by sucking: the blood with her .. ''the setting son. leaves, : .

lcsaes'to-to-the-herds'of,' range, cattle through" the skin. On the hairy side. the earth in darkness., ,I) 44p Jaeksoavuil'Bla.: ; . r ;D.: B.' BLKHUBTOMC' / ,.' BmtmU ,
." ,
"f'l" \ . -, J JJ') ?"* ,DAXW
.- 'l't .
'
inn '. .
,
,
'\, I Y
'
; .- ... . \p 1 ). / tii
... I
''
f. ;;- *', , ..
; ;
:;......, f, r ,II". a I f J'

'J'1., \. ,

..... - --. ............ '..... ,..., ...... ......,.,....,,,",,,.
.;; : '. ' ?O. ,,, ...... .-i .\). :. _
,t ...._ .,.,' I' ,' ', ,' '. : r .: "
_
.' ,' 1 .
-, ....,,, r" - -



,
,
,

lRIDAY. DECEMBER .1.-1913 \, '\: THE K.ISSIMMEE .YALtET GAZETTE FACE *-.. '


.::. ..0 to.' to 0'0 00 ut: o-o 0 "G" O i. ...; .o.oo_ .. o. 0.0,0" 0 to >**< .. ...!... .. .... .. .... ...-U.o 0 o U..O- to o.u; o t, - --- > : '"
...... .
II.. .. . oc_ 0 ot ... ooo 0 O.. 0 "O'OCI" ou..oo...... 00 GO GO OCIO 0 04000..001. 00 GO .. 0 0 0 H ..... . ..."tO O-Q 00 HOoU 0-0 0 U u oo-u 0 0 0000.-0 oi..r.... o ..

I. + _


I' lisienf 'I:



STMAS \The giver ,is" \ \' S




,judged by ihe ,


.qifts he irakes \

. .

I BS COMING j. I '



Only two weeks until the Holidays. Naturally your thoughts will ,. :

\ : : soon be'' turning to' gifts for friends and! loved ones Allow us, to sug- yj t = =ie '''


.. gest that you buy, something of a lasting value.. many\. people throw .

'away their money by buying worthless presents; when the same money J ..

would buy pair of shoes coat hat 'of socks else 1
a a , a pair y or something ,

of value. I

.. .
-- I M

From This List SelectSomething Silk Dresses, Silk Waists, from ,This Ust Select i.

One Piece Dresses, HandBags HOH..UtOO..Ut..tU.o-.ouooo..oo..o..oo.ouooo. . . '

For The.WHe. Sweaters, and Jew- Something For The Husband :

Ladies Ratine Coat Suits, elry. We have a beautiful. : SHOES FOR EVERYBODY

brown, blue, grey and line, of the latest fads in Ail-Wool Woorsted Suits, . .. -' F

black. LISTEN! From now Neckwear, .Ruching, Ruffling and Overcoats that "defy.FOR WOMEN! FOR MEN: jJ

uytil Xmas we, ore cutting etc._ competition, and welcome' Queen Quality-The acme of Florsheim-Gun Metal, Tan. '

prices on what we have left 'Holeproof Hosiery: A nicepair the. most careful investigation success!,The shoe for the stylish and Patent. English Last, Swing Lasts and regular conservatlces.$5.00'only. .
in stock. This cut price ap- of silk hose would, not and criticism. $15 and particular lady. Do not let .

K plies only to coat ,suits. be out:of ,place. up ''to $25 less '10 per cent them ,poke other shoea at' you 'Brown's Shoea-For the workuntil .

and lay that "They are just as !ing man this the shoe., Medium
.. ..OOOu.OOOO OOUOO # i I X Iftns day. Now.is the
; There'are'mauy other articles '
good. Tell them there is ,no'pricedandaatlalactory.,

': 'of merit that ,can be selected from time to iiall-on-to that, suit. thing that will be accepted In For Children Buster Brown,

: '1 our great stock of Merchandise.. You save 1O per cent.. Hats the place of Queen Quality. Buster Brown! That's. enough

: black brown and 3.00 toll 5.00. "" you know 'em.. n
We cannot mention them all here.blue, $ up \

", We will have a select line of green, $3.00.. Shirts. col- r

I : Christmas goods for the little lars, neckties, socks and SHOES FOR EVERYBODY ,,..
ei. ,. "
folks. I many accessories. .

i .
- -- -- -
-- -- --- -- -- -- -
: '
.
:
.
......
.
>
,
\
'
i ,


Black CatHosiery ,, fi. f\\


r
_'

II

1'
fill.: ..... . .,. i... i" . .. ............ ......... . ..'. . . .. ...,.' . ....... ... .Iou. ....... .. .. .' ...... .................. .........l"IYYYrYIIV .... ........ .... ... .. e '


.
"
whole'"country, not averaging one 'a and parsonage' were sold to the city to the day at Ms grad atlon. He We are pleased to note a beautiful
[: Kissimmee In the'.LandofSunshine week, and the 'county court seldom for school purposes. The old church is attended Vanderbilt University, graduating spirit of fraternity among the deaonv* i.
holds sessions longer than three daysat being occupied as a primary depart- I from the' medical {department nations in Kissimmee.' They work .
any term.. Both the town and I ment of the splendid high, school and in 182. He located at Wolcott, Ark. well together. There does not seem
and Roses county is absolutely free from the the pastor and his family are occupying soon after leaving Vanderbilt and to be any sort of friction. '
sale- of intoxicating liquor'of any :I rented quarters Until! a new. paN practiced his profession for several The Advocate and its editor apgrelate
kind and the citizens generally do sonage is erected to cover the ele- years, until he was converted one afternoon the excellent patronage accorded
all i in their' power to uphold the law. gant site adjoining the new church. ,, and that night preached his us by the people of Kissimmee-both in,' i
a ' Without doubt it is the healthiest The official' board is composed of the first sermon. He was admitted on subscriptions and advertising. We'
THE ,TOWN AND' ITS VAST RESOURCES' CHURCHES, town in the United States -its annual following prominent! business men;: trial into the White River Conferencein hope to go again and are really under
SCHOOLS. AND OTHER THINGS CONTRIBUTING TO death rate being less than three to the J.-M., Lee, chairman; J.. E. Rush, secretary 1892 and served missions, circuits promise to run,.up there one day::: and
1,000 inhabitants. and,, treasurer; H., M.' Pfann,, stations and districts in Arkansas, an4for worship in the new church. after thacongregation ,
ITS SUCCESS. One 'place of attraction about the S. S. Buzza, J. McPhatter J. L. Over- one year' he was in Indian Territory moves In.
-- city for Dr. Sibert and for this street 'J. 'Wade Tucker, >J. I,;. Lesley and two years in Oregon. He Kissimmee Methodists are countingon
preacher was the new. Methodist and D. G. Wagner. They are all was transferred to the Florida Con- having Dr. Sibert with them three
The following tribute to our progressive northeast from Tampa. It is on church just now nearing completion. I faithful and true men, and the pastor ference in 1909 and stationed at-Mi' years more.' Happy pastor,. Happy
city is from ,the Florida what is called the backbone of the In fact it would have been occupiedby. informs us that nearly all of them ami. Since then he' has served First people!
Christian Advocate of last week: state, being 65 feet above sea level. the congregation long ago, but are faithful in attending the services Church, Key West, Manatee, and Kis 4
__ The Advocate editor was accordeda It is connected by water with the for an unpardonable delay in shipment .I![of the church, including prayer meet simmee. He has done a good"work. TIME'S CHANGES
Christian welcome on a ocean by a chain of lakes and canals, on the part of the ing. Chairman Lee has been a power,, At'every pastorate he has served he Time was when he'd sing her .
genuine visit to. the beautiful. little aqd three first-class steamers make fishing the-pews. -It along with other brethren, in this has been very popular with his peo, The Spanish Fandango--? ,
resent city of Osceola county. He weekly trips between this port and handsomest and companYfUr-j building enterprise. We regret that pIe, but at no place has he been more Now he-jnust fling her
capital the right of way and madeto points as-far down as Lake Okeechobee. churches in the state we failed to get pictures of some of universally loved than his present', Round in the dang' tango. ,
was feel given that he had a sure enough intense It has a population of about 4.- safe in saying that it has cost less these official brethren for this 'issue. charge. He is popular with' his own ** *'
in the lovely city on the lake I 200, and is growing; at ,,a rapid rate. moneyfor its size and conveniencethan This church has a live Sunday people and those of other-denomina- A lot of.men get looked up to what -
I) five syllables and barrels of fish. It streets. and .avenues are lined with any church in our conference. school, superintended by Bro.. John tions.- Dr. Sibert .will take a splendid ought to be looking out at,;aa. front '
of The Advocate has some good friendsin mtfSjpare live. oaks and covered with Soon-after reaching Kissimmee! last L. Overstreet There are five organized report to Tallahassee nextj. week.! behind .the bars, "
Kissimmee;'those whO stand.by us Bermuda grass, and Broadway, its January, Bro. Sibert met' with his classes in the school, the Junior -- --.-- ,1'
have done through the years principal business thoroughfare has officials and they decided to build a Wesleys, Wesley Baracas, Knights of
they ,
as list of subscribers has recently five parks, each a block long, in which church and that $fa prder to build Wesley, and the Fhiiatheaa. It has a
Our increased, in fact almost doubledin are planted one hundred; beautiful three things were neceasary.! First, live teacher training class, with Bro. +
been Kissimmee. palms and covered with a mat of Bermuda a location; second, a plan; third, a D. A Weidler as teacher. The Sun- THE MOST COMPLETE LINE t
Sibert, our pastor, ex- and St. Augustine grass. The start. They had the lot, adopted a day school has raised this year, the ,
Dr. -J. D. courtesy to the news- private yards and lawns are noted plan, and next day work was begun.: largest amount of missionary money
tended every him to a large for their beauty. It has never been stopped and Kis in its history. The Wesley Baracas {
paper man, introducing business men. There are five miles of streets pav simmee Methodists will soon be worshipping are working early and late with the IN SOUTH FLORIDA
number of the leading received us ed with vitrified brick and fifteen in one of the best churches intention of running their member- ... y ,
Just how cordially they showing the miles of cement ldewIk. The electric in Florida., ship to 50 by Christmas. ,
1') i i. indicated interests by the pages of, the city. It light and water plants are mu- This new building'is 57 1.2:1t: 1041.2 A live Epworth League, with Bro.L. -
business the business men of Kis: nicipally owned, and there I. a complete feet. The main auditorium has a U. Zimmerman president, and a h '
1 proves that hustlers, and- that they, ..system of sewerage throughoutmost seating of 400 the Sunday fine Junior League with Miss Alberta I 'Famous "ALIEN"
assessed.valueof
are The auditorium
the
simmee of city. thhteen,
when it comes top school 90,- classes Hobson'as superintendent are important
know! a' Rood thing of this issue will property is. a little less than two rooms-average of 30.each or a total I factors In'the young Rife of Stoves ''and; Ranges
bedistribuUd/ocally and we trust million dollars.The seating capacity of about 900. The I the church. .The Senior League opened
up there will school advantages of Kissimmeeare its beauty of it is that every, inch' of ..this year with 10, and now has
our generous consideration in the not surpassed by and town space can be utilized. The ceiling is 48 members, while" the'Juniors'haveincreased .
11\ r-" be given every .size in the United States. It has a the finest grade of cypress, coming from 12 to 72. Heaters of-all sizes
of that cost :2b ,
matter patronage.things of interest 'high school building lOO01 from the celebrated cypress mills 'at The Woman's -Mlalli nary Society
We saw so many good which is thoroughly equipped Loughman. This part of the work is well organized and doing good work '
r that was {
i y. and heard so much little "W that wet 'modern appliances for the instruction was a very liberal donation of Bro. in both departments. JPi! and''Styles. :
, concerning 'the ''of the and .teachers rank ,
where to start. Editor young J. Wade Tucker, manager 'of- the Looking over an old church register
fromih"
.know with the best. Pupils graduated
,t hardly just start In anywheref Loughman mills. ,' we ca.me across some interesting '
would admitted to
Triplett say high school are any The first six of the life Wood burners,1 t
have a good subject, now thor- There are three towers "with two tory. years
you indebted to the Va-I college without examination curriculum BO entrances in the front and two in the of Methodism in Kissimmee there
go to We are much of used 'ough ia their training: Its to rear. The. church has incline floors, were eight pastors. It would seem Oilstoves
Joy Gazette for use ''consists of every study necessary that they moved occasionally in,those
of and
.' and for the some student for successfully engaging easy rolling partitions :separatIng
issue
thlll I r equip a '
in find Bros. IIarria and ,the Sunday school room and the day.
i/ of the cuta. We In any walk of life except the 1 < that Rev. Edward .11'.
It
; ; .
In the
,i clever and accom- main auditorium.' the rear of appears
:
both very a moat arts and sciences and the higher profession speaker's' platform space has ,been Ley. our, pastor at Arcadia, was the
line
mating and pl1blishjng The building is owned by Complete o / ,
.
men '
one of the be8t as-Osceola I reserved for the magnificent pipe or man who preached the first, sermonIn ; ,
from
and is known
excellent paper The Ga- the county installed litttelater the place. He organized the church
Florida.. cran to be a on. '
plants In South littleless High School, although every neighbor- The indirect lighting system is used there in 1882 and served one yera. white and b 1 ue r '
zette tells UII' that a people in than hood in the county where there are a and arrangement have been madeto He was followed by,R. .L. Smith, A.
the
thirty years ago '''would live' in sufficient number of children of has ..a. put in three electric :fans for sum- Peeler, T. M. White' B. P. Allen,'E. enamel war 'a
section: decided they an act public school with a full corps com mer use F. 'Brown and L. W. ''Moore, ,until i4 -
all their own, away from potent teachers. The enrollmept.ofOaceol. The building, will cost complete 1888, when. ''.. ,B. Ley served the "
,,I. ofCOUflt leglsJature and broke St. Lude coun- high school.. .last' year, was' about $28,000, and the beauty of it la charge.' The later history of .the crockery. ,
Orange, Brevard business under the 735Kfisfmmee with- only'a small amount of Indebtedness church .. :well known to tnost of our
supplied :
and began ice. well The hada Advocate readers., .
that
ties, of will be carried over. people .
honor Methodist, '
.Dame of'OsceoJa, in in the' laP of churches, there: being Catholic mind to work: and they stood by Dr. J.- D.Sibert, OUt pastor at'Kis ,
noble chlsftain! :who band of red ; Baptist Presbyterian'denornlition.Theyall Christian their leaders The official board were simmee. in a nativeof. :Alabama. He. "Tt1E.-STORE, WIT" .TIIE: .& ODS"MaJsseoCQ.
long .go led hiS fteld. >6f battle. and Episcopal the building committee'and theydid was graduated from' Andrew Col "
.victorY.on a 'hundrect seat have fine building" and are,,largely' their own contracting, ,saving there-. legem 1879,' taking a B. S. course.- .
county
: the nortlkbank .ttended. of. The 'degree of D. D. was' conferred .
;: Kissiminee altuated on the Gazette vouches for the by a considerable sum money.
I. the The Valley Work : on the building later baUf"bythe'IIehooL'When 8.
J. ia on was begun
that
of Lane Tohopek.U Cost ne morality of the place, declaring about the middle of March;,and but he entered the halls of Andrew*'In.. W i
main line of the Atlantic ..thee. It.would be bud to and a town Klsstame freer for the failure of the pewsj to arrivein stitute,in 1874 he had only fl.00 inmoney.
.
.' 'RaIlway and i. the terminus Sa1 from vie:or crime than 1 time they would have been in the He remained there :for five
1I'10rld.( bildand ands Su *; There are fewer-.ureata anywhere. in made the building six weeks ago.The old church years. working hi* way: through school j i
than almost
r from Jla kio nYiJl. aJI I ,'lIS mI1ee'rye' here I
.o ut ,. \

I .. f
\' Ii
,

,. sip J .I. "r .. ", '. / '" .'. .', .,.',.< ' \ :.,. ' ,' '
r / ." ,',', .' .t .',,", I. r : '., ',, .. "',, , "' 1

,.

.



"

,ii"iJ,;'+': "
" i1'\

T :

\ '
'\ l lZ,1.i31 '
FRIDAY DECEMBER

., PAGE i I; w THE K1SSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE \ . :
.
-
... .. ... - -
--- -
-- - -- -- ---

: Brach Of the death the Tropical. Sun. :
,
.
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. of M eat I'a.m Ueaoh *ay., . .
"\\c regret to announce the( death of
an old resident uf this city Mrs M.. K Stock to Choose From
Y08LISHSD. EVERT FRIDAY OFFIC E IN VAI..L.BT GAZETTE BUILDING.KI88IMMKE. : Erasure who died suddenly of anor \9500.00 .
O8CKOL.A COUNTY FLORIDA. I . -
Tuesday afternoon.
1 ._ _..___ 1 plexy'last.. ra.Frs.ur. "
---=' --=-.0 ="'- was a nfttlvo of Bumervllle.Kv. .

W.".B... HARRIS = ii '.. .. ;;.' ;;; .. - .. Owner .. but 'has lived In this stale for HolidaySplTlt
about twenty-five year Since her UGetThe'
S. J. TRIPLET 1. ? Editor and Manager husband's death which occurred about
i i, _.;. =-.:.. ,;. __ "h-_' ._ ... __. ._ ten years ago, the deceased resided withher
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On*' copy, on* year ___________+...,_... ..ll.bei' krall.ld ulhter.. Mr, K. Kj: Holly' ; -
One copy, at xmonth .,_?__?__-' .76 'One copy; three month*, ,__--. ..10r at The 418 funelnr i\-inla took ntreet.nlao* at Woodlawn\ ,

cemetery on Wvdnenday afternoon I
All communication, except .from our authorised. .correspondent.... .must. .bs The" members. of Mra..J>" .... urw'* Immediate We for +'
.'$ie4 by the.: writer. -. "*"- ("...11)' who survive her are a are Headquarters I
ReJeoted matter will not be returned unle.. called for. ... daughter. Mrs. 1. 'A.. Wlllson. and two .,
-- ...
of and
SOUK I' M.1o'r".ur. Miami I. '
r& ..t r.d at the Poitofflca In KleBlmmee. Florida, S..eond-clu. snail natter. N. Prniure.. who lives In California,
:
v + and two Kranddauiihter Mra. H 11. Practical .Xmas Presents 'SL IYD
; FRIDAY DECEMBER 12 1913.. Potter and. Mrs F. K. Holly both of
.' ., __._____ ..
.. this rlty Her sun O. M. Kraur uf I mIncluding ,
-
-- --- -- -- -- - - ..
Miami. wn prevented from attending :: : 1{
the funeral by an attack, of ,irrlu.1'- ,
4 .' .MANY .CARS OF,PRUIT BODY OF M'ELVEYFOUND Miami Metropolis. Felt and Leather Slippers ;


' SHIPPELAST WEEK IN LAKE: .. r
I in all colors for Ladies .,
-' -, ', '" Campbell ; II ,\

t 4 : SPITE OK RETORTS" THAI /'I.AIIE'IJ'AIIVM. IU'U'OIII&U. THE 'I Men and Children .. rYt1 :;

f, I PAC'KI\ ROUSES' IIAIIIN 11(1111 ...L\-.I'I\: ( n I.\KI" 'i .
Wo are having some nice pleasant
,, ('LO"&IJ. \Etlt VANIIIaE' 1"1.\1): weather and It 1* real warm to .be ';

1. 1 .j winter Wit horldy know when w<> do ..--- .. .. ',-- '" -.-. ---- .. ':i
hnwinter. Wo have given the Houth
( Flerld.' ,IYlras 11..1. a beautiful name, Wit call It the "Sunn "
About seven o'<'lock Siiturdity morn
__.. .... '" I )' South,'" It suits It well.We all ; \
; Cam moved lost week .14 IIIK Clarence Minx who wa making u
1. winter ,
In
ors moved week before last ._' 1.101 trip by launch to Soutliport, discoveredthe enjoy.. the Klorlda The Drew Shoe ;
.
\V. still and _
body of i Total ear moved to last Sat. 6.066.A the surface'of the;' water nt practicallythe eggplants they! have loaded several .
same place that J. \\'. Oliver statedhe car loads .hero tho.p\Ul1 two weeka. ,
A Bfieclal; from JackAanvtll :l Ip tho was drowned Tuenday afternoon<< Tho Kdtfevnter farm. shipped sov '
I Packer under date' ut 1 1J 0- previous oral crates uf eicKplantB this week. ..
pew ,sob sajs: There wall an unusual. fog that inornIIIK. . Mr. :It. 'IJ.! Onrrett has nearly coinpleted Is known the world over, we
up |n spite of the loud noise muilo bythe and Ml Minx had lost his route .
.rltrui fruit shlppem In the slate\ and inn his bout up to lltradlse. Island his resldenco and expects to
closn th majoiltj. of not knowIssg-which'.. hu move In soon. HI*. mother, father, J : a ar
that''hey would "way "11"h..ad..d. sister and brother ate.down here forIho 2 have them in staples and fancy
the itacklnic houses And the balancewould 'At first Minx thought the tvinter.Campbell. ,
only work half time, there weren ,I buily was a tog that had, drifted on the ;
e, \rly 1.000 .ears moved' Reports, ..horsbut on closer l Investigation. It l U *.t1UrowlnK., Ir It I la ? P ,
(, sf ,;, from It lurjce, percentage of the market piovd! lo be the drowned manJI'HHIH"H BlowV'i- find. n family from Arkansas 1 \ boots a d'oxfords including Gun
t ,* are that the market la oeBtocked |- | O. Cnnuvn and ,1. M Ciuld- ;o move in last week Mr. Fred Varykrr "-
d, and plow little, both on nIs tier lliiif l /nt InuiKh on. the lake, theylieatil 1 wife lAnd four children. Two .of '
anues and Krupefrult!. and. ow Inu' to the call of Minx and went to his his children entered school the folowlllK .
the weather ...;lIdlll...".. all-"ft'ult hut lid'and toirethtrr" they. placed the body weet.. Metal button and, l lace; Genuine
la not "hipped under refrlKerBtlon: laahowlriK I" Minx', boat and it was brought lu t'UTAIIIrllwould| b.. a lieter town 1
derav his city. and taken to the hi man 'vpicts If we had to< few
The citrus fruit Clop In very tender. of JV Ulld..rtRklnK'I' Ittle. store. \"'" are looking forward Buck Satin .and Patent. We also
ulcelj colored and. well sugared. and 11.'r..a. It HUH viewed .ba coronetH for aomo good person to put up one ;
the utmost "earn should be taken In ... '. of U, )t. lifenker W..1. or two.
the handling packing and Icing of J-Mci'halter J. 13 l.upfer. P. Mrs Joe McKtilithC of Winter !Park
car Ui Insure a sallafactory dial to A. Urtcoln and J J. Tlan..,. a..I1.t..d. hy Fla. who lies been lsltlnw friends have the most complete line for -- :
is all parties. concerned There la no 1)r. T M Rivers as medical expeit- and relative here, returned home last
doubt hat the l/lrK' slied oranges will The jury adjourned until. Monday weekMr. .. .
bring Good prices particularly In the 'mi\rn1nn.\ When 'lh.j. rendered a ver- Alexander lironson. spent .Tuesday Men Boys Misses and Children that "J
k r, 1 northern markets as a Inrpce majority llct that MclSlvev met. Ills death by in Klnslmmee.Mrs. -
of the fruit move tccldental; 1 drownlnft.Til : Aaron Reaves spent Saturday '
>
s
:a.'I: / onmtW: I .
state thin 1 run to funeral was h.IIt.. S n't\t\flr In KlHslinmeireturnlnu Saturday af
.1ii Hlses. -u: Saturday; ,afternoon --Interment -being i t'n..n and spent the night with' Mr. was eyer carried in Kissimmee. /
It Is estimated that up to the ulesnt at Itnschlll cemetery. The servicesworn I K 1:. Drown, returning to her homeNunday
,- tlrtin there have been 500,000 In charge of the local lodite ofOdd morning at the HdKewater
boxes more oranges shipped thin sea- ("Vllows. of which" order deceased farm.We
: Mon than up to the correspondingdate was a membet'. Ur. A. J. Holt of the :; had a nlc ,. taut. year The"tot Hi shipments, Uiipllst church preached the sermon rain Sunday your cares, I -
aggregate to date about 1.70(1,000 Mr. Kate Clark and daughter. Texas, .'
r t boxes. The Kant Coast growers ...11101th..t IJO\"I' IIOH of ouKhman, aoent Sunday In Camp and ;
TIIH I'OOII MA'Ill" get the buying spirit hurry to IILJ
4 nearly half the grapefruit crop HIS. .AltH: IO11Klasimee bellMrs ,
;f i from J>a Kin. Dec 8, 1913. was \lsltlnic relatives here Hundav. '
A dispatch from rittsburic Buys Jo ..III..r'all...) Gaiette: CAHNATION.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.o. our store to do your Xmas shop
that the high cost of llvlnw wan given 1 have read In your esteemed .journalthe ,
3 j;1 something of a jolt December 2 at question of draining our land and -
1'lttshurK. Tw..ntyftcar loads or It duel appear to me that It become the : ? ping early. y
1 Ri. Florida orange were sold At UO cent I duty of every cltlien interested to saysomething HHJ C1IOI.KKADr Q 0
1\ A box About one cent for each of theme about this law. If there la
\ million five hundred thousand "1'Anll" anything these large land owners can a..o.--P"d;; :g:
,
/A
. to defend their aide i : Nash .. . .. 'I
.l ; In the shipment. The yards nay we would like Veterinarian. -- :;'::" ...
,, were fairly choked with fruit and It to hear It. but Mr Oliver' letter only :g: I l
? (1' wa necessary' to dispose of the oranges / went to show the Injustice of, the entire OO OOOOOOOOOtOooooo 'Ii
7 lo prevent them from spolllnir law Acre coating: their votes at
In the flame market and At the same. our ballot boxes look. no strange, and HoC .cholera swine fever and swine / Name the Price We have the
.
t time Florida strawbenie* were .sellinK *u strictly against .equity justice and plague are the names applied lo a aMOW fi ;
group
at It cent a quart. equal rights to all that wV feel n* If of
symptoms produced by three distinct
i The weather continue warm here Itvas: the duty of our citizens to legally type of dlsieaae all of bacterlc
an4. I I. cauelnC'un.ld..rable anxl..tyamonK light thla Impostor to a final test* orlKln. They will be found 'In followIng "
r : the shipper of fruit and veKtables. We have heard that In other countries order: Charbon, ContaKlous' 1'neu.man -. ,, 1 t
;h .. Fifty-two oar of lettuce and just such a yoke ha been Imposed on KnterltlB, and .
p two earn of bean left the state last the people but never before In a free The pneumo .nt..rel Epizootic I. moat Commonly Catarrh. y tiZ' DUTTON-HARRIS LAKELAND'I
0) week and : this week will be country like our ought to be. It appear understood. and Is characterized
particularly:: by a
heavier, of beans. Thecrop to me, wrong and dreadfully wrong[. fetid bloody discharge, also paralysisof
la moving from various points unfair and unjust For Uod'B k donU hind, extremities The
+ constant
on the at and. west coaata Kxpress disturb the equality of the ballot box feeding of which will
vblpment, of tomatoes and new the only chance that the poor man ha. corn produce
fermentation
'tf .potatoes are moving quite freely. tq demonstrate, hla manhood. herein; I* not owing advisable? to starch and contained such
;
"Foot-Fitters"
,
J. N. SMITH. : j1
< : ooda a* peas oat., bran and wheat r
,.. ,. XiOTlCK. are more proper for feeding purposes. :
4 ItKATII. UK MHM. .. K. KKAKLHHCL The more advanced method of prevention
,;. Fine bunch of stock hows for cabs of cholera
:-.;: .,.fl. lv large sows. 40 pIgs one to twomonths M. Framure of this city his received serum which has are proved Immunisingwith that the Always Busy ,
I and,older. Some blooded stack word of the death of hi* mother. malady can be controlled by the com .
,
.,
:) Moat aell o ring to change of bUBlneaa. .
Mr M. E. Fracure, which occurred bined effort of the state and the agriculturist l
'\! tl-lt Q. B. WUODALJ. Tuesday at her home In West Palm .?,. .y ,.
".. \.
; u' ..
:-'," .
t

-
,
''t .
".

,'., .,' :.'. ,. .'....4.,.. ,....4"' .'<.'. ,: i ''-1:. .. I:'1' . : ' .'{. .," (" tl f }1ST,,IYg p i71S+ 11'' 1 1 +', itij l

r 0 00 0 > f Ml + <;,",, "'\ "I'\11"7"\\ ""' ,,,, ,\ ", ; ,", '. ,';.'''ridj'lflj' '; ;.''' ''' .,'.,""\,,',,:, ,, . .. .. .': ', '.. : : . . ,.'):.1''(;"V: y
l1Jir..iY; ,;, I.tr. ."'\ :, "'-' \' ;\,'',>, ' .". : I. "' '
4 ',; '. ,.\\'IVJJi1'. .,: .\; ."., u''. ";l,;, ;,;
I '
.
," .'\. i1,1l''I"",.'!; . '. .ram"" J .. a9's.
Yo ; r ee .' . ". '. > .: " \ I. '" ,' , _

.
.
\ .


DelivSeery rvice' ."KWALITY KOUNTS"Motto :


-
;. '.'

,

.
"r

z )



( .t Candy Department Prescription Department "1 : ,' .


We are agent for MORRIS. EXQUISITE A registered' Pharmacist is in charge- and will use only the high-. Cigars and Tobacco .. ."

est'quality of drugs. called" for and delivered. '
\t
,., CANDIES "WORTH SMACKING YOUR If /''i "
t .. UPS OVER." We receive a fresh .upply .s A full and complete Ihie of all the popular'' ; ':,

of this candy weekly .by Give .. .. brands of Cigars, Cigarettes, Smoking
express
ut O o.oH4000004too Tobacco and 1
040toOo Pipes "Better '
your Xnia*.order. > o.f.c.OOOOOt.Ot.o.oo..ttOoOOto. Smoke Here '
'
: Than Hereafter. .- :

.

Telephone No. '41 .' .

.
TolletlArttcles! '. \ '
.. .
Stationery .

,,. We care a full and complete line of all: the For Anything Carried .' '. >


popular Toilet Waters Extracts, Face All of the latest shades and sizes in Box .",.'

t Powders, Talcum Powders, Cold Cream, in an Up- to Date Paper.A complete assortment of Tab. '. '

etc.: COME AND SEE! lets Pencils .
and all Office :
Supplies.
', 10 Drug Store v : o

(. "

J ,
i' .
'tUOO .0000'" ". ..0.. 0 .u. ooooooo.. oo oUOOOtoooo HO 0 0.0. . ,
"
Soda Fountain .. : . Patent "
Medicines.
h : :'

,
We serve the famous "Poinsetta Ice Mail Orders: r
line'f
We carry the most complete Patent . r''y.

t,? ''y.,tti t Cream." :All the new and ,up-to-date To out of town customers,'all Mail. Orders will be tent out by the Proprietary ,Medicines of any store in the'city. < :r I


drinks served in the most pleating way. first parcel post often received. .Special'attention! will be Phone or mail us your wants. . :Ls

.
)} r." given these order, .large or'smalL Send them in. -'.;<1'

; .

; & ... ..
.
tl ," ,. lit
....o.to..oooooonu ""'

. .00'.",.,'" '' 00 00. ototuu ': <::) <
:

Meet a' me at ., PALACE. DRUG .STORE' INC.. The. Store >; ':: i

.
.
\ : : tl>-

i i "ThePalace"Drag n That Has. '-, :': :
SAM \
G. .
RAGSDALE and
.
:.-res. Mgr. .
1r I .'" .'. ., :, .. I ,
' * i ft \
.' Store: n> 'J a ,, "
I
I, ,I' .. . ,: . . tyhat You Want
ii
Ifr . .. I ;w.. Successors; to:j.rssimmeet ...:..... Co ,.J.' ' '>. ' .. ,I. .'" .
''r ' ''' ""' '"''"' .- . g1 I, mpwllJ'.. '. . .. '
.
f . .
.
-( : ' ; . ,
j I . (: f. : ; ,,' u.'f ''''' '
r' , "" '" I '. oI.i.i +
.hl .,
h ,
J .:'< ': sti': .: ."'gib': :... I e . ,' ,".. .:..tp.", "PJ'J,. " :,1. .", .. "1' '. ,' ''' .d'N.' : '' t' tl t. ', ,

\,fide. .Ii : i. ah, t '",. ,. ,\. 'r",>- )<." 1.t ," H 01 , ",, \ ,:, ? . './'0.1"t\) _. ;1. .\.f', ; 1. ." :. "f'YI'; ; ..: '. -.. _t 'iJ> .' !I" . '... .' ... . 111" .t "" I f f'<: _
+ r
I
.. "
.
.
,
.ty '11' . ,.
-//. .

h 1. .. \; ..... ,
)
I ., .
-, ,
t, 'J ... lyr ICI/ ft ti'
8L
?

..;,.
,



l1 ' JlM



+A t ,
Ji)

FRI >ik1 19'BCBMRB '", ,
,
k
12,1g13, ,, -.
THE K1S31MMBi''V'ALLEY: GAZETTE PA/2LT,
'

THE, KISSWMEE VALLE7 CAE61TT.Iepboae !! ti f _, c ,. ,' -- . .. .
! '
No. 11. 1Ii IilllllliIIII .IIIifllltillllll.IIIi! ! !<< 3ZUffl ttttnt..m..ns:

. . --- . .
0

Published Ewy Friday B, Hats HatsCome ,

W. U. UAKK18.t .1

: ..
-

0 0 fr \. .
and Buy Ybvr .. ,
-
Weither'ReportFollowinraly I Quality Quality : n?

: .
Christmas' Hats : \\r .

.
.. tb.dallytem( Mil - !W "
: '.,
permtarM and pradpiUtion M A new line of |fi 'A.KATZS : ; /

reported by the GoTernmentat ..- ." . ., . ::-- . r
Modish and
1 .don K1sslmm for the I up. to-date, Flushes : &

! we k.ending! Dec 11 gas
1913.

Max.ann.iuin HI Beavers in the very latest [fj fjw Dry Goods and Clothing Corner' ,


J. Friday, ?.?.,... 76 61 shapes :on sale'at greatly rex
,
r, Saturday ..*.? '79 61 ::. -

:!' Sunday ...r;,_ 79 60 .34, ijj duced prices. ,w %

\ Monday ?..,_,_ TOTuesday 61 _..., <\' I .
'. Xmas ,Is Exactly Fourteen Days Off So Do Not Wait .
'\1; ."._.. 67 40 Iii Table No.1 1 trimmed hats 1.00 | ','


'r;',, t Th'1"day Wedkiesday-?. 71 68. 43 41 ---I .I ." .. 2,, ." 2.00 _. | U'"III'tho" Last ,Moment To Make Your SelectionsThe .


.... .. . .. .00000.. I 44' ," 3" 3.00; I .

T I' .-

pIi ji[ j More expensive hats also will be -m E | .... ?


Ii: I: | THE LOCAL FIELD. '[ j reduced accordingly jjj listed things below . ....". ., ,; R''


which will be shown on the sec- ..


I t i'H.nd'colored, U ililsilig. Florida p i. views at Colo's, .j MISS BANDY. | :'and floor, are only a few of ,the '. ', '. .


toe each, 81.lt articles

A Vr.. .'V144". ', all varl..tl...' n at *JiBBiiBBBHiBBaaiiBKuilifiafiairan! ! ! x!fiBfiBiS! 'many we .can suggest. . ,- .

.,.HjForHer '
:I . Mexican Drawn Work in .

them a chafing- dish out lit. Cole f f6. Uavls; prominent business man Florida was In-the city Monday and ..

i has Jl.lt from Kansas City, spent a .few. days made a splendid address at the meeting Center 'pieces Squares Scarfs

, Heed's Home HaRery bread '.. '''known here ,this work. of. the Board of Trade on the subject ... r .
of Rood roads, they wereFlorida's ,
saying
;
, l l.\ the label. tl-tt I>r. Montague, president of Columbia greatest need. Mr. Gritting Etc. Run-. : .A,
relieve, located at Lake City, waa her makes Jacksonville his headquarters. Battenburg Squares; ; : ;
r .W' II. "rok w- with tirlfflng Broth Monday In consultation with C. A. _, ,
r*, the? tree people. 0-tf Carson chairman of the board of: trustees All members1'' of'' the 'Yo U 'J. areearnestly .
lleins'e pickle, all varieties, at R. of that famous school of learning requested to) be present at ners and Center Pieces. All of '' ,, : .. j..:' /
, '. 8. Flood's. .I.tr the meeting Monday night next at i
A. \V. \Vlnn returned Saturday froma 7.SO. Business that will Interest every .' "
Watch for the label on Heeds Home visit of two weeks at hi. citrus ; member will be transacted.L. 'these will make deirable gifts. ; : ', :

Bakery bread 61.1Marvel grove .near Tampa. Mr. Wlnn says __ 1
that his trove yielded an unusual crop W. Champr.n. 'of Corweth "" .- '
Flour, new sprlrnLwhat' 'pro- this year, and tire fruit brought a good Iowa, arrived here, tlila week to study .We, know gifts suitable for :: <
at K. B. Floyd : .
lust 41.tt pries on themarkt. the cattle Industry and is .so well > .. :

O. P, Parker and ,wile spent .Sunday; Mr.. Frederick'' ,,,,.", of Ktaslm* pleased. that with It advantages Is more than this probable....cUonorr.r. :. ...::0. ':t"' ., < '
Men sometimes difficult ,
lakeland .
In visiting; relatives.Marvel mee nee. Miss Mabel Parker, and her he will become a permanent resident.A. are to ; l ? '
Flour new .spring wheat Infant son Frederick Jr., are the 1. 'I 111 .IIi '
product 'uostseuf Mrs Joseph llumby. Jr., at B. Jarrell returned Monday night I
at it H. Floyd's.
,' 41.t'( her home on Hoone. lr..t.-rlandO ,r.n Clalnesvllle, where he was called decide upon so bring your listand :'" /" .. .,'
Marvel. Flour! new spring wheat product Reporter-fltar.: last week to be at the bedside of his ,, '
,J, at R. (i. Floyd's... 41-tf of the son Lee, who has contracted a mild 1//
H. "
Josh manager
Ferguson .
let aid ;
j For the best tires and bicycle supplies ,II. C. Itll.nrord.10.., tat St. Cloud was form of typhoid fever Mr. Jarrellstated us you in your decision ; ; ;,
. V rail on the Osceola Hlcycle Shop In the city yesterday o meet his neice., that Lee: was not necesssrllyIn ,
Mr.a.., Rowland who arrived 'on thenoon a serious condition but that he ." qy f
/ u.n
' train from Henderson Ky, Mrs. thought It best not to-remove him here \ ,
;j That bariraln. counter at CoU's i Is, Rowland will spend the winter the until there was no tear or a relapse.Thorn I. .' "., '. r ,
d" full of treasures at unheard of prices guest, of Mr. and Mrs. KerKUson.L. .
61-11 will be no nervlces at the. 1 ...:
A. Hamilton pr..ld-'t.;' of the KI. Methodist >church .Sunday the pastor ; a .
'. To the 'men and boy: Hee our ladies slmmee Club Co., and holder of larKO Dr. J. I). filbert being; In attendanceat ", \ j'l d
r, Jewelry for Xma. gifts K. H. properties on the lake shore ha arrived the conference now sitting; at Tal- '1
l..",.nn. tl-lt from Toronto. Canada, and will labaaive. The board of stewards altheir ill\ ; ,. t:"/ f"" 1 .,

, I' A. Vans Agnew left 'Monday on on enjoy the the splendid, winter lines months recently. playing laid golf out resolutions meeting commending Monday ;night I>r. Hlbcrt's adopted " . 4F(5At"45Z'S!I : I. ',"' ).;,".;. .: ; '. .-. '
ten-days' trip to New York and otherfaatern .
M
'j lust south of the city work here during the post year, and : '. '
.
cities.To asking that he. be returned here for '. .' ..' f"" t
'J I Mrs. M. M. Armour and two ..I.t..r.arrlv..d .
the ladles and girls! tare our here this week from Washington. another year. '' ..: .' I '
KISSIMMEE/ FLORIDA ,
j Kents' ties for Xma. trlfls. P. H. Law I). C.. and have taken a flat In the E., P. Dann has severed his conneelion . re
.on. tl-lt Valley. Oasette building for the win with the.Dann A. D.nn.Oroc.ry i t. ;' .*.. '.
ter. )II'' Armour was transferredfrom Company and will engage In other < W. A. Hmlth. president of the Dutton- '
Quality
.. the 1'ostofnce Department at lines of business. Mr. Dann Is tooskilled : Qualitybuilding
liarla C. left Tuesdayfor Savannah ; r.' .
to follow the mercantile -
3 a'mechanic
n., for a stay of ten days. Washington to our local office.J. line and our people will be ; .". :

For men. women gjlrla.' boys and (f. Palmer. and wife 'of Winder- glad to learn that they will be privileged .
.It lee: Nee our beaded moccasins, XmaaK. mere spent Monday here the guests of ; to again employ his extraordinary ' ,''''; I "
.re (IL H. Law son. tl-lt Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. }.1'' Palmer D. B. Calkins will conduct the
'''i, stated ,that the fruit crop In his a..c.Uon business for the company. .,
"f for Rent, three modern flata equipped was exceptionally flood this season J. . '
Is .. .
with electric llgjhts. water and and quit a number of new sets The Wenneir-Bawyer Book Store . o, .
bath. InqUlr. at (be Oasette office. tiers had moved In and planted irroves. the style of the new concern announoIng . ., ..
that they are ready to serve the
If you want your bicycle repaired C A. Cole whwmakes his home -at citizens of Klsslmmee this week withan ,
correctly, take It to the Osceola III- Lakeland I. here this week lookingafter up-to-date line of Christmas frooda.ml i I?
iI cycle Shop. 41.4t his Interest In the jewelry house __- Fm nUrMnA' .* a_.. ILIIaa' U IfHawyer .
that bears his name Mr., Cole stated nave opened a line; of i'ook8'. i
Eight .Brood. mulrs. wagons, and harness that the trade In his line was unusually I stationery, with fancy novelties and I ; up Florida wltb a desirable
for. sale at a bargain. L. H. In. rood and that best I make a pleasing; display of their goods claas of settlers; also that the Valley
'A 'ICr.m. to.tlI is a ruleepurchased only the qual- In the store room next to the Cltlsens.Bank. I Gazette was the best weekly paper.

Something new In alligator novelties. ill of goods. that had ever come to tbelr notice "

Just dandy.., for glfts.At Cole ol DY reference to another column will Moore, the man who "DIXIE" ;
courae.isii.-ft-UA':! :' i1''""I'. ,i'Vi :.. } ' II.lt be found an ordinance passed. at the 'I founded t. Cloud. but who divides his A. B. Johnson postmaster at Winterhome QUALITY .
visitor KIsslmmee
,
iVl7 business
[ tlP' was a
'i
(
; > council r..KU' ""
the city and thewest
I wblte. Ivory Inoville. last meeting of tlmo between New' York City '
';Havebyou1scan! '
,,\ the? Tuesday ., ,
"I','.:. attnartho' character of pictures, displayed coast of Florida, was here theclose '.. H-ft.Hf.i, kar-r.'" 1 !
t tjb CertstnlyQColarheflhemi ; :
J arm cents The J'
.In'moving plcturd shows. week. Mr. Moore stated : :!
"I''; I'! U.1t at the requestof ; that ofal..t .. was making; more permanent Messrs. Z.:' and; H. P. Barager of St. Picri/RES "
. Ministerial of the Cloud are In the city today and paida
for Association than cityIn
Improvements any
. Nothing better than diamond the pleasant call at this office. .
that Christmas gift. Cole has them city. Florida. and could see. no reason &
at the rlcht prices. II UBterllng the city why'It would not be the largest Inland ; '
reached
Champlin ; Senator Donegan spent Monday at and
r. 8. city In state within the next fire
the
; silver Florida souvenirs; this week from -Elkpolnt. 8. Dak,. ands year Sanford, and stated that city was shipping Altoay* th* Bat
Just the gift to send North. Cole has .Iooklnov..r! the country with a'' ; lettuce by the train load.
tl-lt view. to engaging In the cattle business.Mr. Miss Charlotte Clayton reached the Cleanest Motion Show
a dandy assortment breeding cat. Lost-on R. F. D. No.' S Route searchlight : )
Champlin has been city this week from CIncinnati. Ohio "'-
Nothing. better thaft\ a: \Rood watch lie practically. all nls life, and slated and will remain until sprlnp. Miss ; gas -tank. Finder return same to '
for a Christmas Klft-see Cole aboutIt. hat he was convinced this ,section was Clayton'a home Is at Naples,. Italy and Lupfer Prather. and receive reward. CI Idre. Matinee, Saturdays ud Holidays ." CSOF.U.
61-1t well adapted to- the Industry. Is only In America to attend to business Sl-lt )
\ "' matters. She visited Klaalmmee 3 P. M. Other days ., 7:15 P, M.
A year's subscription to the Valleydasette T .
Monday; I from .
II. B. Bwabey returned Dr. Wm. A. MeUs, of I'ennsylyanTi. some .eighteen years'-ago. at which .
be
would a moat acceptable
a week's slay. with friends at Loess who for years has spent hereto time she subscribed for the. Valley Qa- Christmas present for some absent -- '
from
burs I.. a houseboat on the waters thisweek sette. and has never let. that subscription friend "'rnayf7
the closestaltention lake Okeeclioboe.. reached her lapse. Thechanges since MtssClayton's 1
Reed's Bakery will give board his '
at'on.. went .
orders for and former visit are su marked Miss Sarah Fambrough of Georgiahas .
to Christmas The doctor Is In splendid health didn't know the place therebeing accepted position as stenographer 00
boat. that she a -
61tfDeautlful '
..ak..., eta Phone them. which fact h.. attributes to his .living but few buildings here now that and book-keeper. at R. L. HtarllnK/s 4 I .1
pillow covers and tablescarfs In Florida a portion of each year. were here eighteen years ago. plumbing; shop. ) .' $

In .art leather at The Woman city council will meet Tuesday 'Mltcb..n. editor I
Capt. J. Walter of Judge Murphy I. desirous'olocatingone '
Hhop. 61.11 nKhC the ISlh. for the purpose of itwould the American Standard, a monthly -of his crutches which he loaned Give An Eastman KodakFor

Rwealers. holf, blankots and other i ran..al'tln Important matters that the magnxlne published at Washington D to someone several months ago, but .
household things make, practical. gifts. h.. unwise to lay over until. C.. and devoted to the Interestof. the has forgotten to whom.Don't I i .
51-1 regular meeting! In January, among service was In the city this meting Christmas to that Dear Friend. No more, .
See >hem at The Woman's Hhop. j which Is the opening of bids for constructing army and paid the Gazette a fraternalcall. I Iw..k forget that the Mond..ynl"ht I .. t

C. I>. Ca-r,'ftll. the Narcoossetf lururntlne a sewer between the newitethodUt The captain Is traveling; over I 'at the council chamber. Is for acceptable present can be found. 'Fancy To3etJ;. . .
operator spent Saturday here .church and Osceola/ High }Florida. purely for pleasure and has the benefitrof, Klsslmmee. Show:: your .
looking after the market In his lln... Ichool.Marsal. visited practically every section of the good citizenship by attending.. Articles also make pleasing Gift*:

Christina gifts Tyson scored. another sues state. While he thinks Florida Brandstate .8. R Fieldshe man who Is maklnarl..oul'hm.n.
Full line of l.r..uY .. lie arrested a nctoro on Wed. he elated that Klsslmmee was was In the city the closeof T I n p
*' '
In leather woo handkerchiefs" "cl.ftllVwear Srsdny for stealing a shot gun frpm the beat city he had, visited In the last week and renewed his friendshipto Osceola Pharmacy .
boudoir caps U-.tiC'lit I'.rk hotel on Saturday last.. Marshal South. the Valley Gazette by another year's
The Woman's Shop. the
and Tynon discovered the ne -ro 'Inth. .A. Orotherton. of Owensboro. Ky. subscription MRS. I. M. PJLLRY..rr. Ilt4 III.ADWAY'( t0 t-
Mra. B. l>ale.: )l rs.' fl. II. J'rathor .. act of pawning. the Kun. and ar.rested an': Jas. H. Parrlsh I of Gainesville.Pla : Misses: Phyllis' Jarrell and Virginia :
.v..r,1 *
left for him. The (gun has been Identic the of their ; ,
lweteks'aon reallvrs friends are In the city guests Tiller are home"or the holidays from .
visit with and and the. nero. la In Jail. The neSr" relative Mrs. Elizabeth llarns. Thegentlemen Tallahassee. where they are atudents :
In Miami. will Kt his at the next term of were pleasant callers. at theValley In the Florida State College for Wo ..
lo come. to the <'Ou rt. Gazette office yesterday and men.
Tell' Claus
Santa one ( of the were kind enough to say this paperwas ,
member
Osceola Bicycle. Co. and Met for J. M. OrlfflnK. senior one the. cause of their coming here., Kirs. :J. B. Poe and son. Robert returned '
who operate .
those boyar or girls' bicycles ChristIna. Orrn' of irlfflnu Hros. work In Charleston. S.
t extensive. nurseries In and that It was doing; a great Tuesday form
.
of th most C.. where for the past six weeks Mrs.
I Poe has been the estate of
Attention Is called to the dv'rtljoment
of Mis Randy on this page. . her mother who recently died.
: .
offers exceptional bargains In ladles'hats. 1 ., of Loufthman .
61 It Larry Pope was
transacting; business In this city on CHRISTMAS GIFTS tits
Co.. Monday 'and the Qasette office Ire
J. W. Harris of )utt nrllarrl.h!! paid
.p..nt. ; t1"1< .. e the WennerSawyerBook an appreciated calL Larry Is an old .
yesterday the principal shoe Visit newspaper man himself and still likes . .
his company owns i
whiff of Ink
the printers'1 oc.castonally ;
city. I IJ
store I.ij that thriving .

Mra. H. O. Berber returned where she here!. under.fI t- and Stationery StoreEre Tom Paris, who has been here fora rt y cr
Tampa e
urday from
local hosPltal.and week over his holdings atKlsalmraee
went an operation In n successful.M. I or't among; which Js .anextensive at. e: .
whlch|, proved very orange \grove, left Wednesday .
formerly a ...''J.ntnV.f Purchasing night for, his horn at Mt. Clemens -
D. Hogan ;
but who now spends ? Mich. He will return' nere later Y+;v

this time city In troushman, was In the, city, Gifts tq remain .permanently.Judere ,
,
Tuesday1.. Christmas J. H. Walker accompanied by A. S. GILBERTS j1
of New York was borethis his brother and son O. W. and J. H. h
J. R Prevatt. Uulton-Harrte CO. 'came up from Bassengrer Wednes.dal ,
week tempUnw of his I 'nnBOOds. .. of -- and spent yesterday attending; to ,
. to lay In a larger' stock .' FIND TilE LATEST 'FICTION,. FINE business affairs ,
and Xmas
YOU WILL purchasing; : ./.\
. '' ,
{) Lakeland Klfts. The trip was made In the ...r.VN.'' ,""- ,,14..0 i
B. C.: Dutton returned to GIFT BOOKS, CHRISTMAS judge's new touring car. r
BIBLES, (
STATIONERY, _
Monday spending,onne ted with '
ton W., W..Bell and wife have returned .
, In the city business '' to Headquarters .."
Harris co.: \ ETc. AT REASONABLE their home In Clnclnnatl.- after a : ,: ,:
" .
his firm., the Dutton- CARDS, TOYS CALENDARS, few weeks visit with Mr. and Mr. F.Heal. \
The Home Bakery contlnu.{..!! to II e .. They" w.r. delighted with-Kls tI"' : '
'g good: and the
In slmmee count ysurroundlng"
up to ,and Its reputation c.k. An order fr abr.ad PRICES *t._and have purchased ten acres ad. fit: 'e

Chrl.tmaa cake will convince yo'k.61Ittat. ; joining which Mr{ Heal.'s place near ShingleCrock. . ..... .. :,. ',i(;... ,". 1
they" will have "planted z '
STOCK .IF.CHANCE PER r .. \ vf '.
OUR \,
'W., W. Orange \was alb here COME AND INSPECT ;.' ? t In grove; : .,.about the)I rat of tb.e year.' : forSanta ''1',1,
Center. .
man 01' things ....
this week looking; uPdlth.I.maay nee YOU DO NOT FIND .WHAT YOU"DESIRE: H.-Beaman this'wssk'pfsoarded the : -of. .
our stores have a, rnt Red) Demon high power racing: machine -. r'e'' .";', .cy'' t ti
by Banta Claus., he ha used'for the past three, years \ :. '" '" ,f', .
.
WE. WILL ORDER IT FOB YOU.. and purchased an.OaJtlaad touring car ,iI.; .
Thad Olly.r.anel wife we'1"r. ,. : from Fred Bass. 'saying; that be. waa Claus ; f
day" rueata of Mr. and )II'' / lac. \getting beyond" the speed mania oraae It i i'' tn
bee .at *helr, handsome CkcUhO"k.: .. NOT HESITATE 'TO LET VS KNOW YOUR and from now.till the end will be coll.tent Ii. :
on tae east chore of l* DO to travel at the rat not to exeeed > .
.
llga.. ,- -- thirty; miles an hoar.'RailBass"'returned .- ,
.. the' ..nW. THE: PEOPLE .OFKISSIMMEE. .
SERVE
J{. 'BrokaW' ot Orlando.4 -:It, NEEDS. .WEj" DESIRE. TO . yesterday" from '
Whoop..II.' fruit trees' was apeotator '. Lake county" with over' ale\ hundred ,
an interested *. bead of stock cattle, wales will be ,\ ,
and was
Monday meeting, -
0' Trade "v: added his the miss .
at tll. t- Mam and Park Stree
poart .MaTtl"'tbn: :
Monday night.Snow ; st m me. rants second ins ., _
ll,
what Citizens stallm.nt Mr.,Bass has driven through
well that's door to .jJq Jer r'
Florid Next 'Od
In : yOU In the on a purchase of two thousand head of
J. D. Woodb.ck can' show at oj;, .' cattle which he reeeatly made. In. that .' ..
-- -- ""
f display/ThisdwindowtIs Dutonth.. county"

atore.tractive Cb..mp.>.<. : .In *".,, elty. .. ... ,S H. ,,t,

. this '..&&On. t ( .
..
"
1' t
e r

) v tr ....... 1',
7 R4'. L Xis r IIr
i y 1




h '



I r el t '


V i'I' .
t
1 i -

J': .'-

'PACE S _.\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY;' DECEMBER 12.1913PL

... _
I' "'
'T' ---"" '-'--- -

of T ! i
'
Proceedings .
t .
1'- " ,

--, riii ,' r the City Council '.",',.

.
: .

.. IN s -Dec 2nd. 1918. . ,' " ,.:'." ,!IIi .:':
.. 1i ,STOCK 4 The' Council met in regular scion, "
there being J. Buy -
present Thompson,
'
,AN KIIS RUSAWS STEAM FEEDS president; C. E. Yowell, G. H. Prtther, -' ',,'', ..1.II...!! ,
MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP T; M Rivers,-J. E. Rush W. C. Crawford "
TOWER EDGER TRIMMERSrERKINS' city attorney; and J. R. Gilbert, '
SII'NGLR' MACHINERY1SAWMILLS clerk. The minutes of the last meet- ,"
ENGINES' up .0 40 .. ing were read and approved! reports, ; .1 1
DOILRR8. nr te 40 h. Llgat .mi 'llravr8TKAIH of officers were examined and approv.ed ;. '
,
- HAWDl'ST CONVKYORS Aa.AD.'CAW1'E'rOltil' . bill ,were!, approved land ordered i t '. ,, 9'\ '
Y paid as follows: .U! ',
'
GASOLINE ICl'fO.IU1S FKKUASTAVB J.V.. Lilly sal" as mayor __. ao.ooc. .. "
1.ATII MILLS MILLS! 1". Tlnon. sal 1 ita marshal ._. 75.01 ..
f._ OISSTON SAWS Howell Baal, sal." ai police __j.. KO.OIJ.

SAW HITS for all ..M. .t ..... .. Z.H.Kobcmnn.Ullhert. mil"calL a.a.clerk treasurer !76.00 6.00J. 1.
1 sriAirriivo rvi.i.v.noxRs J. It Hilbert ."at dopy." 25.01 :
r J. W.: Thompson, salary member '
S_ BBl/riNti. 4 grade.edlu.y to best council S.OI .'
-- ------ -----
O. II. leather, .al mbr. council 2.00J. t HomeGeorge
LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS! TONGSEYEMIYTIIING ,
14 hush, ."aL mbr. council.. 1.00T. At !Ii -
FOR TIIM :M. Klvor, sal.'mbr: council. 2jOO ,'1 1Ii
+ SAWMILL, C. M : Yowell caL. mbr. council 1.0( !Ii
.
.Write' for \VltuoBs costs mayor's court 11.25 .\
"
State Dank of Kins., In lI"lI.oC !
Iarloealw warrant No. 1026 .__ _J.. 1000.00 \ '
Slate Bank of Klsn.. In lieu of !Ii
,warrant No> 1027 __.__u.__ 1000.00 1'u
State Hank of- Kin,, in lieu of
';'
", _._ .
warrant No. 1028 1718.25 :'
\?, : Plate Hank of Kiss. Int. ___. 124.45
'.' H. N. Hratton, supt. et. work.. 75.00
J. H. Ullbrrt, pay roll al. hands 104.25 a' .1
Mach llros., trams st work21.01
:;, OKCfola, Hilw. Co., mdsa ______ 1.25
.. 1 .I W. A. Jollier, sal. supt E .L't' 115.00 of national
N, N. I'amoiiB, sal fireman I.!: It p &5.00Jot. Blackstone Irving lecturer
' K. Gardner sal ennr.- H L P_ 75.00 ,
( ; V, H. Kills, sal W' & O coll... 50.00
e J. O. Buckles sal. lineman ____ 60.00 reputation and "Better-Town Promoter" by profession I
.mIi G. WAGNEs G l IJSUllAJGE fiHEHCY.6 N 0-cpola 111'''', Co., mdse K!: 1. P 6.00 ,
Kiss. lbr. Co., oil & lumber 27.75 has book called Town the
; written
II. IS.!: Tloof Mch Co. mdse Hi!: Ll'Js.16 a "My mes-
Standard 011 Co.. oil E r. I'___. 11.78 m

. Successor to Arthur E. 'Donegtn Agency ,-- '/1!1RoomNo.9 (Crandall la. MupplyCo.PkR. Co.. mdse.mdse H K L L, P11.88 P.. 1.04 sage of which he, 'states is, "Buy at Home." The
Fla. Kleo. Co., md.e. E L 1"... 114.61Vall..y > !
Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246
,1 Oafttn.printing. ? ,., 1B.O Springfield Mass. board of trade awarded Mr. Irving
J. J, Dann shop--wark -._-,,. 1.75 [ ] Yi
f \V. It Makinson. mdse E L P-. 1.10

{ General! Insurance .Business, representing the strongest and most V.and n. Ellin;water: tgt.plants& stamps.......IS..t.> I1..S x a prize of $500 :for the best plan submitted for promoting i x:

I r Reliable fompanlen. W.light A. Joiner and water. adv.plants for labor.__. 10.60 the interests of their city. He has studied the
K. H. Johnson sal. supt. W P . 90.00
We will'continue" the BusfnetiH of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency: Will Yatei. sal frmn. W P _-_.-- 45.0O
Stale Hank Kiss., wood tickets 488.40 subject in this and abroad. Consequently hp
without ,change-Your patronage fa respectfully solicited.) W. & C. C3ro. Co.. wood tickets.- .121. 0 country I
1 Osceola Hdw. Co.. mdse. WI'._ S.OO
"Prather A I.upfer sup. F D___ 8.95 knows what'' he is writing about and the following ,
Oscvola Hdw. Co.. md... Ft} .. 1.50A. ,

.' .- -- .Fire A. Tano Cos. chief___KiO..-;.___pay____roll___ 21.60 quotations make a strong advertisement for the
S' A. J. Key, sal. scavenger __._ 40.00
xxxxx $ xx $ $ xxxy x$ xx $ $
V i Kerry Pad Kelt, .al..cavenger__ 0.OOOsc.'lldw.

Osoeola Hdw.. Co., Co.buckets, mdie San.___Dep___ 112.10 1.30 ing-at-Home movement: ._. Buy"I"I .,
RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME Osceola Hdw Co., repairing

i ; As other interests prevent my living there. I offer for tale,my Council wind mill received at cemetery petition signed 11.10 bya > 'Every'citizen of a community, farmer, laboring man,

place on Fish Lake, four and a half miles from Kissimmee and equidistant large number of clllions asking that sional man- each and all owe a heavy debt to their town -
(log ordinance be amended so as to require -
IJ from -St. Cloud. dOKs to be munled during the together too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow ,x
l This property comprises over 20 acres of good land. and has hot months only. vis.. : June, July. Au- !
Kust and September After conslderInK y5 citizens in without
; accepting community prosperity and enjoyments -
660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing. said same was !Ii
rtI r'a'I; : :; "
referred ii giving value received.
'
The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost, The matter of making water rate !Ii
,,,t new story and a half. 30x30 ft Has water in the house two wells for rooming houses wan taken up and 'f5 "A resident of a town should always patronize that business in

(one of these Mowing) of'fine artesian water good out-buildings on motion for advlce'l was referred to_ city' attorney !f; his community, the owner of which'resides_ there, in preference to
.
barns. and,chicken runs. porary Oh- meter by rate Dr.for T. M.water Rivers was" a nlted tem- that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This principle I

County road and A. C. L. Railroad run through south end of lot at, lot. per for 1,000 con.tructlon gallons.Hlds of city well applies to every line.of business.'
with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. received follows
were as : Joseph
Cloud. Title to perfect Price reasonable and terms Kaehn, bid M.fiO per font for well. ....tn- "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the
: property very,
i plete; Artesian'Well & Supply Co.. ".11
\' given. if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis Box 1 196,,Kmimmee, Fla. per foot; Southern Contracting Co., to German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds '

37tf depth land "of.81 400' per feet foot, ;$1,500.00 J. C. Dibble.; C. !II.$6.76 Bo- urging that home Interests need all local capital. The general t

$iY1Y1 ikiiif"i 'iYlxii1 YYl1J1 $ x $ yixxxxxr per On toot.motllbn, the bid,of Joseph Raebn ,manager of the International Harvester Company told the writer '
was accepted, and the city attorney that it is difficult
more to introduce
their in :
Jr '. was instructed to draw up contract products Germany .
# JI
-to be signed' by contractor and city than in other nation. When nation ', .
d authorities at once. any a acts this way is it not sig- j
f"C SON On motion the clerk was Instructedto nificant lesson for towns ?" '
.FAR Ee: advertise for bids for extension of ;'Yi
J ., '5' brick sewer opposite new Melhodl.tchurch 8 .
:IN SVRANCE::: : ,
t sewer on to Church connect street with, and present extending brick; x Yes,. it is significant lesson for this very community. .

1 Successor. to'the Dozier Leitner Agency 110 feet west. :- ...
An ordinance providing for regulation -
of theaters, 'picture shows, and
: ':. .' State Bank Building all 'such places of amusement In the
.r City of K ..Immeo. Florida was takenup :
: '+". (having been read a first time at
\ ' regular meeting In November) and on ..ooo..o..o..ooo.o. . ..... .........oo ooooooooooo.o.ooo. .. ... I.
.j" ,.. .--, ... . motion .placed upon Its second reading J
i --- 4 > ,1"1i .. . .
,1<1 .1 "" and.final passage Rind passed In open : ' ,
"
1., ,
I .
; '
'
sffinlon. ," 'I'' i" M. ..' :
s* ,
J" :,* /"f. /'tJi fj .... '
,
i \W.There/being, no further business the ;, /I, ; '11'. \I.t; ; '
:> kte tCHRISTMAS } council{ adjourned'to meet' in regular "" ," lnt'if"11''I; /, , ,,,.!(,' ',, ,01., ; hl' '!;a."d"ti\.: I """.1"',,,.)'.. : .. 14'' ",'. '

and NEW YEARHOIIDAYn session at'T.SO'p.:Tlle.dayilDecember'm.. \. 16th" 191S 1\,\ ,,,..,. .',., HOTELMANHATTAN.. . . RULL''f BASS';i MARKET :,,., ,, ,
'
J. 'W. THOMPSON.. . ; AC. B. Poe; Prop.1 ," 1 ."" ", ..... 'II'\
.
,
.JU GILBERT, President. Across from A. C. L.Statist..
'
.
CIrk.PASSING ; Fresh Meats of An Kinds
,. CHEAP EXCURSION FARES .
$
a
4t .1 0K THE -a.----
STREET PARADESun
VIA C. STANFORD COMPANY YiYi
!fi CLARK & MEIKLEJON
Brothers Explain Why They HiHi Dry Goods dothiar aa4 SUes,

''s the Atlantic Coast Line Have Abandoned ditional Feature.This Old Tra- Furnishingsand. Not .. Real Estate s-' 'Yi$ '.

a TilE STANDARD RAILROAD OFf THE: SOUTH -'_ Ifi-- y '-,
S-
---- For many reaso'cis the managementof

Tickets will be sale from all Atlantic CoastLine Sun Brothers World's Progressive DUTTON-IIARRISSco.'.,
on point. on .the Show. have decided to abandon the 'ifi WATERS & CARSON GROCERY
t1', to.all points South of the Ohio and Potomac and East of the street parade"which has in yean past, 106SHBroadway COMPANY '11

Mississippi rivers including Washington, Cincinnati Evansville been the usual thing with traveling HiW ' 5 5 I I. '

and Cairo for all trains Dec. 17.:'18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24;25, and 31 organizations of this size 'and .char BHK1SSIMMEE '
It is forth in instances y;
acter. set
and Jan. 1, limited Jan. C and in many HiW
r returning ; to many points the the late arrival of trains bearing .
Northwest and Southwest on Dee:. 20, 21 and 22, limited returning the paraphernalia makes it .impossible I Hi FURNITURE CO. FRED M. BASS

January 18. :Also to.Key Westand Havana Dec. 14th 18th and to give a parade and start the I, Ererytkiaf far HM HJ. -. S -

.21st, with limit of Jan: 3, 1914. afternoon performance on time. ifiK : E. Rash. Maaagar. I . .. ffodsoa and Studebaker
; Aato.oWIee
Through these delays the public is .
f For further particulars schedules, reservations etc., apply. to compelled to experience a tedious '. '::' '. y; '
Ticket Agents, Atlantic'Coast Line, address wait, while the work of preparing for ifi .' .' .fo' : Yi

t 'I J. G. Kirkland . T. C. White Is the considered performance an'goes unnecessary on. Again hardship it. HiSfi" .: ';, .' . NELSON REALTY I II COMPANY Yi t
.
Division Passenger Agent, General Passenger Agent to compel men, women'and horses ,; No. !Ii
: 9
.
Dar&artoa A....
Tampa Fla. Wilmington N.'C. to parade for one or two hours beforebeginning w !
the afternoon performance, ,
-HrF. '
a 61-8t especially where it is 'considered that w y j---

\ two shows .every day' are the nle HiHi '. 1.. .' H. LAVSONCashSton .
with this-exhibition.. .By doing,,away 'D. G.
with the, street pageant, .men and ; ".. ." :. McKAY REAL, ESTATE 1Ii
women and the:bones are fresh for HiHi :",., 10 Br AGENCY ,
dway '
T ... their performance and it would seem .
that the public is,entitles] to a perfect : II
!$ _
performance; which it for, rather y; -
than ,to a free street pays parade which Hifi '"A i: J|.*. '. \ ," '' ...'....',. .

u > Seed Irish Potatoes" gives, at best but a poor idea of the fiw , \5., ; HUNTER LAND CO. ...
V> I
.
}; magnitude of -exhibition. : S ." ,- ,"I,. "
.. .. s ,''Another reason which has servedto 'c/. I ,.' ,,' .- Real Estate .
"
'
.
: >influence> the decision is the fact -w-! -

;: .;(;, .,' to Choice, Selected Stock that jthe; merchants in the cities visited as . ., .. -K- '!Ii
object to parades be ua. they interrupt .5. (. '" W. B. MAKINSOM co.... ;
fS Improved Rose No. 4 Red : business anct'interfere with general mw W C. IL I1KINS x!
: Bliss'Triumpht traffic. 'So strenuous is this objection"that Hardware, Catierr, BatSltlass : e. Madu. .!It
: : ; Adding
In i many-cities permitto aatl TypewrttmDANWS .
.
Irish aid -rLl.lI7 '
CobblersDixita ;
parade cannot"be'secured, and in ;
other the fee demanded Is a.ffi .m .
places set '
$ I II
.
Jirf ? Good seed is essential w. bars the best. at such an exorbitant rate that it

,. } practically prohibits street pa eanta. I DEPARTMENT STORE (
e In af y"event the management is satisfied .' D-T G4 1Ii' '
; : / Ideal 'PotatoF : dsaottfait> ,Shoes.Fsmdslbc. ;
; :' \ ,*. f r that the'public prefer afternoon ffiw S 5 aid
S I performances given ;with snap and i JOe Store
S Ideal" Potato Manure vigor displaying the best, efforts '"ot _. (
:; ,,..;'0' ,. the participants rather than to have !I: 5- :E- '

J :<:** W. &: TS.. Hastings Potato Special I through their entertainment the fatigue of interfered the participants with tfi :::;', KISSHOIEE LUMBER CO. "., .' .. J. W. PRENTIS '. 1

., i after one or'two hours of street . Wholesale amdRstal 'V 'I' ,.
.
pa- : I !.... Organs
,
m'\ i (* '. Send for.our.free. .. bookiii" : . rading aU sorts of weather. mffi .,.. ? '- T"II.IM. L.TI '
i I The many sensational1' free "acts, TK PLZ1.. ,'-" : .. S nrinfHUNGER MAcLOa; .a .
IRisH POTATOES that are offered on'the show grounds '
-- -
'; at,the noon;,time hour win be ample "; m .' ., -.-.- Z.; .-- '
: reward for the eliminatioa;;; of '
I WILSON: _& TOOMER: FERTILIZER CO. hackneyed parade of other ,days. / I LAND COMPANY I.
The show will positively exhibit alt ffia '.
; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. ** Klsslramee,. afternoon and night,,,on .... 0nIIp Ceat.r. '[Ii

I < December 18th rain er shina. ifiSfi ,W...,W. Bonry, Reel..ttMMaailpr '

) >Local: I" WaterddS, .& Carson,'Grocery Co.:,, i ift .*! .shall see yon, all again' next .. ..' :

t 'f 11P,1.. "... I year,*,. said lira. Pankhurstv, M ,heaaUecLl *' '
1 ,'. I"" I I I"r" .U.rs/a your/hat/Em,, don't iJL ; < '

--" ''' 'r" '.. '-' .. ''- ... ''. . . - bony back.-:-Syracuse j 'Post-Standard. ;=,

.. J 1/
f "
i<

/ .
s"? 01 t



m .


: .

: '

FRIDAY, DECEMBER. 12.H11 "
THE KJSSIMMEE:, VALLEY' GAZETTETHE ;

.
,
-- "

:m mmUiiiiiiiiS Proceedings of the '


,. .


JURY'S' 'VERDICTt County Comiiissionpri

PO YOU WANT

... .
I KI..lmm. Fla.. n..e. 1. t.tI. .
The Hoard at County Commlsnlon I .
In and .for Occvola County. Jl"lorldmet .,
on hn.above" , hero. boln* pre..llt. .. ., t. '' . ,"it
10. I. I*.l.. li. V. Ljinl.r, A.. F. Baa. ., f' '' .. --

The verdict of the Jury of the O.c ra.K.,W U.\V.J. Sf ar..V.attorney Wnlkvr for oommi..loll'he Hoar..:, Fruit ; : ,4,,':,). Pasture 'J

I and J, L. Ovrr.lreot clerk.l'h .
I mlnutr* of the laat meeting of
trading
.public is that I th- Hoard wrr road and approved.Mr. "
C. H. Hlmnaon came brfora th.. Farmitiff : ; Grazing

Hoard and aikcd that th* public roarunnlna : .
.
Ross GrCvesUardw': I are. Store' Inolo Lnd!; through& Tnv.lot '*Co7 i<>. Tfof. Bub-dlv.the Rom. cKuctlon . .. '' q ........- );+:..:?:----r.. ......,. .' !'r.+._. -..'.'.'. .' .''I."t.._: -- .

IS.. Tp. Twcnty-alx (I') I IKanve R. .
Thirty (SO) K. b" chanirei Trucking TimberLANDS .. ,
H name hclnfr laid ovr for furthur con .., ..
aldoratlon. "
gives more for J jt In the Interval of tho Kelley HprlnKflolKoBd ;;

the $ than any store of the kind || ,The Roller Hoard Company.havlnic. rccwlvod only two "

.ealed bid on ateel convict C KC.. etc.. .
Instructed Win clerk tq hav advertliement -
|H in Osceola County. run throUKh J Uvoernber, .
AttVf \\', J, Uvnrm' teported that be .
had taken, thmatter. of road cro.*IHKup .
--- with Cap I. Haley, anil that ho hxairrecd ..

Do your trading there--where I once.UMin. to motion have thv duly cromlnK aeconded rut H tn wew, .t I .Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body "A / ",


HKirved! that on. 01 about the tsthDcoomber ..r From Ten Acres One. Hundred
)) it is tho Board would meet liKtuDlmmee : to ).. ; 'i
I appreciated and atari out on a tour'of :
the atate In ..mrch of Information 01ifond !
'
road building. Thousand Acres. : !: ' .
.
Be Sure to See the New Line of furniture' and The Hoardot prevlouNly County madei CommlaHlonerhavlnic .appllcatloi. ",

for thirty ttato convicts to bu workeion A Letter Addressed Me Will : '

Uteful Chrutma* Present* at the'.,Store received,tho public from roada the Hoard of Uncoola of Comml county to Bring a .


HloiiiTH hondii and of ooruractn Btnte ,Inatltutlons with fn..lruNlfln.blank. '-I, Full Description and Terms of Sale. " > .. ,!

*.**.* ? *** *'* that' anmo be properly exocuted an< ,! ., '
) ril for theliaproval .
returned to the aald >o j ,'
tttibnnda .
'after carefully comparing
;
and contract., the Hoard Intructed ," <.. :
.. the clerk to Krt Hon C. Ararnon. .;, '
A. 10. non.an and H r, Stan ,''$
?
.
.o.oooooooOOotiTOO tUo.tuooo. o ford to .ltf" .thv. bonds na .urotl'>. D. G McKAYKISS1MMEE : I <' ".'
::::::::, : which waa.donn. I .
,Thto Doard took up ttin OI'\U"I' 4f' ;
Ci-B.A.YST the road runnlnx north .,t "
JSTE O.A.RDEJrS': ::: I rlnnlnR HhlnunC'r<.vk itntlmi thruuith Mr. 1'..<1 J.,

Tlnon'H land and after thoroutrhiv.. '''
Railroad Are. and D.kon St.,'Kiitimmee, FU. cunnlnff. declared the .nam. 1"1..1.| FLORIDA "1.
'
,
The, Hoard tnok recexa. until 2 p. m. 4.
Now have ready for setting out: The Hoard mt-l at 1 p. m.. all. bolnfprpnent .; (
mornlnft aei *lon.Mr.
Strawberry Plants. Eggplant I Plants H.an J.ofthe O'QuInn came 'befor. th'.. ," i >.,
..
Board and propuaed to do the InaldipalntlnK '-
Cauiflower Bell 'r.
Pepper Plants of tho court house ana l"lt
Tomato Plants a third coat on the outaldn for,f 147.tiUamo disposed of motion for adjournment -
lielntr laid over. wa* made and whereupon

And will soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable plants The for clerk bid was on. general Instructed auppltoH to nc'"crtUo f'r- attain :the at their Board next I.rJo'aer"noledi:regular meeting meet t

that grow best in this country, by 100 or 1000. the caunty road xanK. on the 6th day of January, A. L>. 1 14.
Upon motion duly seconded the Hoariatfrurd J. L. OV15H8THEKT.!: Clerk. THE H. Ge SIEVE
Enquire of NICK ROGERO, S up.C. t. to allow the clerk twelve dollar -.
clerk of th'' .
extra as
PIT month STOMAcHs
Board for kecplnfc. the record of and SOUR: ACID
maklnK the swtni-Annual report of OASES OR DTOiaE&TIONEach REALTY COMPANY
the county'* nuances, a* prescribed In

.-'-- ; Section Act of the two legislature of Chapter of 6418 K1S.Ilond .Genera "Papa'a Dlapepsln" digests 3000 NOT IN THE TRUST

of M. I). Caraon aa Klh grains food, endlno all stomach
g
..A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN, Seeretarj name Warden of Oaceolav I county, wltlUnited I misery In flv* minute, *.' 10,000 acre Stock Farm, a bargain if taken at once,
States fidelity and Ouarant:
of Baltimore;' a* aurety, 'WHa $5.00 per acre. -:- -:- -:- -:- :. -:- .
Carson Company examined' and approved.Hond / Time Itt! In flra mlnntea all atomach Prairie Land, Orange GJ'ons'JIiP Haauneck Lands, Timber Lands.
& .
The Waters or owl
of J. IS Lupfer to carry / distress will go.' No IndlgeaUon.
.. With O. W. Achtot
a Winchester rin 'heartburn, aomr&oas or belching ot
and <}. O. lvlnaraton a* auretlea, waexamined Lands at AD Prices'and. Easy T..... ,
eructatlona of undlKestad
and'approvedristol teas acid or
bond of C. A. Canton Jr.. will food no dlzxlneaa.vv **-ir, Co.l 2,000 acres Stock Ranch: will exchange fcalf ralae

K. U L.upfer and J. W. Miller aa .pure breath or leadaeksx.Pape's for other real estate .:-. -:'" .:- -:. .-t- ffel
Grocery Company tie*, was examined and approved.
bill of prisoner* wa.. Dlapepaln ls noted for Ita
HheHfT a f..a.
examined and approved.Th .. poed la regulating; upset stomachs. Orange Groves all sizes and prices
.. pay roll of state witnesses In. th. It is the surest, quickest stomach rem .
fall term uf th. c-iiult. "'ouit W..HH < xumlned
edy In the whole world and besides It

The followlno and approyod.; voucher* were examined Is harmless. Put an-end to stomach KISSIMMEE FLORIDA II
.
Wholesale and Retail Deslerk InGROCERIES approved and warrant or.d..r..d trouble forever by .< drawn. "
I fifty-cent case of Pape's Dlapepsln :
H. I* J..I..y.. commissioner. .. .- -r-tiIO< 1 from any drug store. You realise In "

K.A. .V... Ha lrfinl..., r com, com.and and mlli-aKe mlleauo.. 11.00 11.00 five minutes ho":' ceo !es3 tt !s to suffer

r>. R Ham., com and mileage" __ 11.0 from Indigestion. dyspepsia or any T, N. CLARK, Secretary', J. 1C LINDSEY, Treasurer
IV. K. Walker, com. and tnlleaare 'zO.Oi stomacL disorder. It's the quickest, I Iaurest THE .
J. to:. Hass, janitor 400
harmless stomach
r.. II In it ram. carl of jail\ -. 11.6 and most

;. . . .. . . . . f ... ...... .... .. ..4 T.and M. JudKe Murphy Juvenile sal Co Court, Judne." S7.6'' doctor"in the world.. Q tim US Furniture

I 1 ,. j., lohn Ha via. Supt. Por Karm>. BO.fti ,
;; Wfi SELL: i WE BUY: H. l n. Helper sal. Pros.' Atty._ SS.I TUB LATEST
W. J. Rears, nnl. Atty. for Hoard ZO.t
(1' HAY, HIDES: .. I. U Ovt-rstrcet, ..ul. Clerk and "What are-you going to give your
1 Auditor --_-&- &T.O<<<1 wife for a Christmas present?" i

GRAIN, KIs*, Tel.Sullivan Co., 1, mo.malnt phono allowed rent 5.01 1.110< "Oh, she's turned suffragette! you and Manufacturing
.. FURS, Henry "
: I 11.01 know- ,
McClelland malnt
4. M.
FERTILIZERS, 1 .. I C, allowed __ 6.00 "Yes "
malnt.
*
,' frank Eva II I!' -
,'.Il,," ' WOOl, ":' c. '','1' 4. lid. J. .Jon..... rep. typewriter.4.0_ ',3.01( "Yes and I'm going to give her one ", COMPANY <. .'' ':iv, ,"

, SHINGLES, . itdht.It.n.''Reldel.'Varn11f.lumb..r workondoorll; ) at;- ">, .' '.'','" of. those 'new..silver-mounted\tmono.\ : . 'J;' ': .;.') r' [:;;" I.

.. . .., 'I ",court i hiriini-iMfMiiiJ' .
j.1 .. r iIORANGE BOXES, 12UMc \Wj :
: .orflclalrourtlreporteraj't. 18.5<<1 ,-w--. ,GENERAL ; ; i
.
: ,. ... '",
I of .. y'
60.00 crawfishetb out v' '
1 mo.lsubHjI 'A never '
Cloud Tribune* woman :
,
.. ORANGE WRAPS.. '. . . .. '. TALLf I & W. II. J"rew Co.. 2 d..ed bkaCIsH 41.00 anything but a street car. -- I Estimates ..- plicatio.. 'T.'Ll ::uur. Mp_
Val: COUNTRY Hniensor. .._-,_.. 10.0
VEGETABLE CRATES O. AV. Ashton.- road pay roll .. 4>'..fIsceola <
.. PRODUCE.We . lldw. Co., up. Ct. houae 4.K

: CRATE NAILS, : f : : n.\.V. \\N.A C.Ashton.Oro. Co.freight. mule feed-__'-- 1S7.6 1.01( .. ..1

... ....... iV. H. Maklnson Co.. ron ..
"' . . . . . . . I ...' and auppllea) ,-._.....-_ 36..811
Jo Odd Ueorice rep. stump puller. 1.00(
Aaron Ha..., ruad work .- S8.0
'seeds of all kinds.We "3d. Collins, witness Proa. AUy1.00:
Held and garden
..n!! and camping parties Lang, witness Proa.
\V. U :
fitting out hunting klr*
cial attention to _._. 1.11
give ap Attorney .
delivery in cltr limits. Phone No. 12. '.Vm. iMnii. witness rroa. Atty 1.11 : ..
Free aa4
fertiliser Auk us.f. r circular Nat Porter witness Proa. Atty. 1.00 ,
for good GOOD
" ,We are county agents H. H'Ludlam. sal 27 day and 2chalnmrn HARDWARE ;
prices on fertilitera. -.- J10.0< : !
. =
.
-- - <; J. T. Water., road work ..- 1.00( : '' \ ;
-. L. H. Innram, board bill of Bam "
L. _._L-- 11.1' ,:::J :: : ,
.....-' HI las .
L. H. Innram servlnir paper by .. " ',. ," '

Holiday Bargain In Sunny Southern Florida. L.Hherlft H.n In Land irram.Ixtoran_taklnir-Sam__Silasto 11.00D. 4.21 FOR THAT HOME !!&' :

tem ofayment H. tanler. 1 day work hore ,
have for lIale at bargain prices and on favorable and waKon ....__...- 2.KC ,... '\'"-.,''" ..,.
We de.irable orange grove., stock farm., (.'. a. Smith' road( work -___ (.71 I 'I" ". ..., :.
well located, work ., 110.0C I IL. \
'
road
'41me property. Thl. country Is coming I.to Its Grant. II. In Has(tram* auto hire _-'_-___ 10.01 : ... . ,. ." ':,
and city .
truck farms healtblul to live among the L. H. Inicram, paper served by I '
ant aad ll.OC ;
delightfully plea Sheriff Dlahona- -
own. 'Tia alld profitable Investmenta part pay't 'palntg 100.0C .
O'Qulnn.
sale 1.
fiuita and 'flowers, and a place for H. Ingrain.: Ct. Ct. cost*. 6&. f .
'j nothing better anywhere. Jan mlth. work a* rodman __ 22.0C I
of
we know mne from the.. city 3ddle. Hansell. work aa rodman i.OO
one-quarter 1'.00
land rodman
five acres of Vadley Parker work
We bave will 8e11 fo'r$850 Journal. ubcrlptlona.. 21.11
,who sceola *
Ohl. part,
limits of Kissimmee, owned by an C. U Bandy office aupplle* ,.' ..00( I IJ.
1 The AT. acres has a tour-room house, rood I). Chunn. med. aervlcea,, '8. I I
ternv .. JI.OO
on favorable gallden. M. McClelland -
and laree
chicken house, examining" body of '
water,
.1 of soft 3. D. Chunn.
deep well pure to a nice 10.00
business, or grow Mr Bridges -
for the poultry .. drill .. 11.10
., This is -an ideal place sulficient vegetabLeI lor lamily use. R.Clss.L. Lupfer Wanon Co.Wk Tr.one..... com,.. ISO.IIj. .... '

orange grove, and to rats and enjoy the fr ,dom of the H. Ingrain feed prl.on..r.4'.10. '' hardware" is but small item in the
\ A1so to have city advan ag s yet churches ana rla. Pine Co.. dl*. fee paid "W.U S.OO The a .
I
sch001 good Huckelby ---
,
convenient to free c ul1ty. bigh !apt. Clay Johnson, drayare and 11.14.. but ere'8-a whole
country; Poor Farm -.-,._ whole cost of a, building,
fJ.ndY. ...... 4" .17
''good mark.ta. The C. It T. C. corns.
tracUfUnc, owned by a Texas man. jVlbrltton. auto hire 2*..00o.
Enoch the 'bestbuilders'
flne
) We aso have a of which is excellent orange-land, I. W. Aahton Baa'nKer pay roll 122.76 lot of difference between buying
..
i.tS
.
15
acres freight
tract contains 20 acres' corner, fine for trucking; lapt.. Clay WagronVka.Johnson ., work on home and some I
land on one Clss hardware for
of lower ___ 12.05'
__
and about five acres sbeds and flve a s rfesfturroom .roller and plow -- your ,
bin .
.
kork 50.00
road
stables, corn ::1. W.; Collins -
house, K00 coming on nearly :Jacksonwllle .
to
tree W. I. Barber exp kind. .
r Splendid bearing grove aild about 100 young out ten to T. **. Con. ___- SI.20 cheaper '.
.tock on the farm -to plant KI... VaL Qatette. cuba. andleaal
enough nune" ..__ .5..S
read7 to bear? This tarm can be handled.on favorable terms KI.*. W prlntlno* L. P.. lls-bt- 1*mo.-..- 11." The difference in cost between good and bad .

", ,. 'acres and at more the grove.low price of $4,MO. J Jg with decided interest bargain at, 8 has#,, L.to H. Orlando In(tram, taking-_ .Sam-._Slla_K-*. 12.00 7.BO .I locks, for instance, is very small, but there'sa '

..
MO annum sle McNeil care pauper -
,2,600 against U, payabU $of paying it any time. Th faction Board Institution of Commissioner, one 44 lease of State on1st great difference in" satisfaction. Cheap" "

.with'the prlvitege. howe-r, ,a.d go far toward quarter for cdnrlct ___. 150.00 and :
payments of :
deterred. continual worry
sholl14 make an :I. L. Overstroet. making semiannual goods are a source
c on thl. grove then t\.1ere\ are ten acres more report Co. finances __ 72.00
auppo'rting a lamily besides, and can be grown Paid warrant were ordered cancel 1 annoyance, and it will pay you when flgur'r, .
follows:
lor crops the various funds as '
I..d from
cu1tJvatlon to bet realised upon RevenueA_ 1012.01 'come here and get the. .
leneral -- that home to ,
until the, a-et to bearing. load Fund __.___..L __ l'*l7 ing on. .
from I
; the Y01lDg kee' .bout .J* -- v- l 4.11 *: '> (
farm Fin. Forfeiture -1- furnish the ?
278 acre We prepared to
have a showed the fol- ... best. are .
apin we church, 200 Treasurer's report ,.
Then mil. fr m ?... .
. '
1.. town, hand: ..
balance on '
ranway two m1.s{ 1rom a .p1endid traveled road, owned by aD Ohio lowing leneral Revenue -__-. 110>.22 ".7 very best in buildecs' hardware ,at prices : :. iJA.N.
1.4: on a "eU .& Forfeiture _. .-. -. 44X.16 .
schoolhouse 11'10. -
. fro'm a term. of payme ....... ... 1011.0' I.r.
' 7d" tavorabl. School Fond. will find satisfactory.. ,
len. : : that
will sell at a bargain on 't1\ 100 acres of load Fund _.__..___.__...,... 2747.0 ;.L..::: ; you "(
maa who tarm of 400 acres, ; lonvlct Laeae Fund __i___.. 1'1.51
Iibaye alao .'fine atock 1a1c. that would make a. a D. No. t ..,...__..____.. 1442.2 '
,
fronting on a."ni a. & D. No. S _..---_... 120.07 OSCEOLA: HARDWARE CO.
, aplendid orana-e Jand, R. B. D. No.. S -..'......_...._ '11.(" ..
...,..._.__ 1204.VC .1 ,
;>>altion.- sort of Florida R. & D. No. 4 : "' *? "
propc '
IDapUicent furnish any ...__ 20.4*
.
.. w. can a. a D. No. S - : -i. !
". W.' t to tell you lred.th eorrupondence soUcited. a. a D. No. .,-...,--..---. .T.01 KISSIMMEE ,"The Favorite Store" .FLORIDA .,

, home or, iny..tlDent de Total _______..;.____ 1.,1..1. : ,
I Tax Collector's report showed the folkwlng ... '
.., "
COMPANY : Q.ner.l I4oenaa Ilect..s $124.- .
I. REALTY 40. and Auto :Uosnse eolleoted f lt*.... f'' ... :
NELSON .FLA.p Tax Collector's poll. 'tax report show. .
KISSIMMEE.
..1 144.00 ooll ot d. <
ck of State BaDkf >There being no further bnataeaai_to he .
.
Jl ,' ', "" ./. / I, j'j .-' ", ,.. "

#." .fI('. '..
(/-
...
.' /
<\
'.
ii't
"'
.'


': ..:-t t...


'
k (. '\ .t



----- -

-

---1




':. : .,;. : ;;i7FT ; :1T: !


;pir .\ \ a I ,


T . .
.
.' ,
s, . , . ,
: ,. -, :" ,
. .", '. ' .
I'' .

t ? t i . THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY' DECEMBER IZI13; _

. -
". : :::- .
EEa .
w: J : --. -
:: C.T HYATT

...... .. .. . ... .. .< -- 'ID a .- .'- Ar id R.uJart.. Bronchitis I DR. Physician ,and
(1 ( a'q I !hr v VA. iz 4,
-v'izq I .. II I Smith villeTin II SurgeonPhones

LEWIS O'BFANATI'ORNEY E- _Fr 1Lw'11 7r/I1 j- 4F2 C .A..1.... V

AT LAW or Asthma Office. 197 KlssimmseFlorid

draliin law lius licvh. thorough- < Re.248. *
,' V V lit
; li' dIscussed I>V time rltl.vnM.. Of our I
"Itur.. and| tt!!" tinnl HHluii In Hint for -

I (> 4k . SPECIALIZING' IN I h. purimmlt| of luivliiH Oiw system. welluiidtiistood \ Birch Mountain Herb Tea W. sIMBSON'DKNTIHT. .
,. and! in uiUi-i' to >'-UMiialle- I. : .i It J.
,, ; ) ,
-.Hrf
'
all) drain UIIH "n'no'dlnl' <> section w.. .
4BSTRACT charter alxiut t 1.\'.. liundrtd liirnu'' water: Nothing "
1. I tanks. tilled with nntrr ttmounrh to make.. Has no Equal. .
: A' said l dreimimigim.< ,, 1111 object ft I..' dealted. V"
tt : AND _ that vnoli tank Good. Kits Building.HOUK1 .
.-, hll v. u rnimclty of livethciusaml Just as Upstairs" In
I.' . ; .. "Millions\ suld tanks tit b.. I t" *. m. 'o 12 III.
haultd I.. /KmlHi\lll and emptied or C I".IC. f ][ I "
WOR
.. TITLE Yo In the ImiiK-dlitt vU-lnlly, time'rl.tum. f 1:30: (to 5:30p.tn.I'pieuir'n : .
S I Next via propose tu Itivll Hou Mr. Better than any icady-made medi ; ,> Nr 76 Jun ft. Ivr.r .. '
; : --'&TATE BANK'BLDQ. - Oliver..!!: und .s.'iiHlor( lluImm| > tu.lx* pI'llSPlIt. I It guaranteed -
: cines.. r-
is'purerand .
NEWAII Afj I'aeh united with u. good si-nd Iru.-kfl I ... .. .
r V
.
F. :
.: l and show us the advantaaes" of Ificlr more effective than anything ''I U. T-W. CARSONTDENTIS1
4 : . . . . + + .o. . : system i by removingany portion of medical profession. )

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ;; said water* that time ground doeS not known to the
9 } CLUB"I lnljHi. l ,'111 minutes- .
; .t"\'I..r.| .1..1| a spft-lul board Made at home in five. V ".
i
I of ., .
| as th pcouln In thin
."HO+CoHHoHI j st-rUon own the ucrcil and report' to even by a child. Purely vegetable I ()mt' over,CoW;Jewelry'Store f\
I '. our honorable ,circuit Jutl"!"K.. th. resultof .. alcohol narcotics ,
and contains
SHOT HELLS thrsv '. ...... .. no Office Hours 8-12 1-6 -1
tj THEManhattan { ""'11" ''v. our iopl appear .| :
1, to h of the , I If sufferer
| opinion that wu. < or poison. you are a Office phone 158

:: : NI_I I I The Shell With a, Nickname !I
.I tmiunst-lure, And I If 11mmdt.elslon. .
I I Bronchitis or in Gas administered extraction of teeth
proud of the fact that have I ri-ndi-ri'd la. ,not In favor of
: Hotel. gunners less 'drainage and throat
:: \ WE'RE miin- water well tact any ,
--, ---- --- : our black' powder load; To go treat to wtiiit In left In tIme w..ldlld\ lung stomach II. S. GEIGER
n> stood darker-rooked corn dodtrer. DR.
Attention to around the country and hear them talk: about TIlls drouth rt-mlndH-uf of n song the p. bladder 1'HVSICIA.N AND .DBCWOII "
1tt kidney
or
Special : The Old Reliable Yellow Shells" feel as good as a negroes used ti. sing In our )oulh* Citizens Bank Building '
'j Shoo.' P'l\. I... Ileu, all trouble getyour.ell
the Traveling Public ( turn round. It f 4
: _ cheery greeting and a slap on the back. ain't. uoln" to "ialii nny nu.'." Klssimmee, Florida
can
.
---- .4'k Nu\ Ilex In not wealth / a
flKlitliiK
1101'I
Just ac:1"088; tbe square from New dub Shells are really the premier Llck powder ( striving array labor against cap-" ) / of Birch Moun- Phones: Office 297'or 64 % ,

_ .hell. of tins country-Standard for over 50 year. tal. nor l I. hIt oontendintc inralnut any .-. ,
; A. C. U DepotKISSIMMEE people as a clans, lilirh low.irtm tain Herb Tea Residence, 266. 4lrr'I1
The No. 2 Pnmernv.... a /ignition-surer and or orioui .
snappy
$ FLA" AIVIOIIU all classes can lio found1ionst 1 at and if .
quicker than you usually find in black powder shells, men.: but thw Lord knowelh \ '- once

.. .For renih.u> your ahooUnir. nfl. or .tioliom-1.. Ronuniton.on that very mammy of them art urand run l you will start to
:. UMC ....mun..on-w.h.ah. Red &U M.... on vveiy bo... I tale that are all times ready tu defraud ., M. ,I IVKRS }d. D. t
t _ _ _ _ "' the livral dealer in this cammumtr. H.cam......m. |I 1 V imil lr fellow men. V taking ;it regularly, you will ben '
If thin drainage law letcnlUtd' '
call
: Metallic \h\' the eoimlllutlon of the dote of to feel as if life was worth living V PHYSICIAN! and SURGEON

; '. Remington-Arms-Union Cartridge"- 1"I"I..ln. : It will-he time duty of our <'ltI-! and in a v-eryshort time you will : onice over Onceola PharmacyI
299 Bro-dw.y 14 New j sells. to BiilnHlt. to its dictation; but itKi'lloiiH
: Yerk
M. TILLER r doubt ,'xl..,* a* '1... Its "(countIIu see a wonderful change .in'your J: I t Residence 51
: ..
..
Tinlaw .
llonnllty. I Ilf
a* immied by ourleRlHlalure condition. It effective in ?Sar.S Otl1ceIliI
J Je cither right or woefully Just (

: Real Estate Agency. .wroiiK.. amid. our m-Hlin I..* that the cut,- severe ca.sesof-Catarrh' La Grippe, {
: Jl-Ct lie tllol OUUllI I ii' iflHCIIHHcd If III-
: I IIIJ'

CF ................................... Proceedings oftheScoo1 I| MI."s, Lena No..I'loroe.: 13 -nullify-_'. _teachersi'hool ._-___. 4000 1 .terimn.tsmtimin.I n.t'I'A'd'lMrtl of to the be law ijurrectcd In Wronn., and If I Whooping Cough, Colds) Coughs .
W1NN
and Our
A. It Morrow, salary teachers Mipht-Sweats.( guarantee | W'o
mf niHUinentii are refuted by fair plain
hool No. IS _.____ ______ V
.t Realty bought and sold, Silas( Leiui fierce, salary u tchr. 3000 ; truths, HUI cunftMii mv ...ronl(. doings goes with every can and if it does i ,
J
school No. 13 __.. and nlmteiy! lepetit but in mv nrea1 benefit will rilYSlCIAN
Houses
: rented. BoardKlsslmmee. -----r- 10.00 1 em state of mind I honestly believe not you, your druggist '
'. Taxes paid and Titles verIfied SI 1 IaN LeBslo Hnye. ,al. teacherI that I am def-ndlim. : .itlelass of peoplefrom refund Office 2nd Floor Wilton Bu.Udin.
_
f | school No. 13 ____________ 40.40 the iiipnfltr uf another.Come you your money.
t'' : for non-residents. SIlss Corn I., .?\Maine sal. .teacher RMIDKNCI PHONK $1 Kmntnaa.Orrica .
: school No. 13 _________.______ 80.00 out Messrs Oliver and lraiiic.nslder .: BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., I I FroNs f l7 .F'-M'
. Life and Accident Insurance. .... the Insignificance of the accuser .
Fire iC N. e/l .
r. salary teacher '
Kin.. l> t. 191S.Tha Buffalo N. Y. U. S. A.
: oc I school No.8 ?__huu_.____ CO.00 lost In time magnitude the ac- :
Hoard of Public Instruction mtIn tunatlon. and rebuke Hex ImiormUeuf
.
!t Silas. Clara Iteynolds. sal tchr.school Sold by Kisslinmee Co. Kla.Ira1 1 P. .. VANS, AOHBW w. ...ca.tw.oa
regular session, there being presentW. ,policiesIn Drug
: Bonds. < No. 13 _______.___.__ 45.002(1aN'
Indemnity .. little '
: meantime mid
., O. IIi'* chairman; leo. W. over- the our burK' : ,
.. $ l.ula Atwood, sal. teacherschool Fleru-s. '
street and \V. \V. chandler; alsoV. J. Its. Inhabitants continue to observe. .. nee, \fANS AGNEW A CRAWRDAT1CftNE.ATLAW
_._ I
No.J __ __ _. _. 45.00
Hears superintendent. I'Sllss Jean Thomas, .salt- tchr.- HltriiM. anlt1.. ........ and use their 'own I I

I Minutes of last regular meeting w..rer..d I j school No. 13 ____.:..___..... 45.00 judicmeiit fill passliiMT events They iare :
and approved.H I sufficient I near the depot at your
Sllss Kledn loollttle, Hal. tchr. I
; I.. upfer, fountjTf<'!'i"ui ,.,'. school No. 13 __.___..____. 4600 city for trnnsiortatloii| railroad purposes" doesnot and d -8 Offlocs S-4IM Cltlrepi flask
therefor the question flvll.ltmij."
'i.rtcI as follow.: -- .I Sllss Iris' Oliver salary teacher
BULLOCK 'To the Honorable Hoard of Public Instruction _ ___ __ 1' enter deliberations. KUslmmee Florida
"i S U. I school No 13 _. ._ _. 45.00IIMs 1 li'n't} :: of life
1 \Ve have city
In and for Usceola County: \ Lillian I>ale. sal. teacherschool I subject Citrus{andOrnamental
1 herewith tender mv report as Treasuier No. 13 1500 without helm to city taxes
I ------------- theemray
of Oseeolu. (Oountv for the Month I \ I .. I and inc fertility of the lands and
; .' 11Cora ::Ilal n. *al. teacher '
of
; J'1. of November A. I>. 113.\ .___ I of our chl..k.lU"" many J
ESTATE I school No. 13. sub-dlst l. 10 00 marketsI I Iprepared Trees \
REAL people to In your OEIGEK.ATTORNEYATLAW
our appear .
: t..ral Hrkool K.adTo 'U'. N. Carnes salary teachr 10.OO j. 11.D. V
mm..%:. :. m % m balance from last. report. 281.37I ''Sllss Cluia Ui->'nol commodities. The
To Hint reed from loan State ._ I i mpaiiy
> Sirs I.ul.twood. sal. tchr 10.00
I 1 gradual.\
Hank I35OO. $5.00 ____ SS06.00Ti Is six new arrivalsI
rent
: INSURANCEExamination : 1\11." Joan ThomaH sal tchr.i .-_ 10.00Ills.
amt reed from Compt Auv ;I I from :Missouri on Saturday la.t-I"r.
i Kleeda Doollttle, sal tchr. 10.00l.lIes This "Hedged; Shrubs and Flowers
.
I ledpt. tMU 44. 1 % state tax I IrtOliver, 'sal. tchrSilas ..___ 10.00 t maneiU dwellers not transients. I
( i $1.044.110 .-________n_____.. 1125.34 Lillian Dale) sal. tchr....__ 10.00'Miss 'place after5 mvlnir been once In pr..p..rlyal..r..dul..t Office State Bank Building\
"
:, of Titles I To amt reed from W. J. Bears Leila hoper sal .tchr.____ 40.00 I -will. so call Increase' the Oasette population . Kisaimmee, Florida
that we can on .
teacher's exam. U 2.00. polls. SllsH Leila Koper. sal. tchr.___. 6.OO SinMhvllle Landscape Gardening ;
1912. lino. 1913. I4SCMI___ 6fi.0fl; __ to help us watch itrow ,
: Sllss Pearl sal tchr. 40.00Jas.
J4wlnney.
I! 1111'''. Smith carries n K<.od slxed buck- ,
: Specialty. To amt lecd. from tax col. i J. Hawthorne. .sal t0hr.65.00 J. Schnur & Co. Insecticide
:, taxes I 406089 __ (tful of feed to the chicken vllliiweeach EO. F. PARKER
r--------------- -- ; SliH J II. HU-fret-e./ sal tchr. 40.(10J. and the I Uc'mocrntlcrooster I G
inoinlnir.
"' *. I Sold U. S. C. recommend
; I Hawthorne Hal tchr. :25.00Mrs. his wives nnd enjoy t Dnder
Correspondence Solicited. !l028.10.n .! J. II. I-II<.//t..". Hal achrSllss ._._ 10.00 lor th.. .1..111.protceny that ; I Attorney-at-Law..
l : )' paid warrants as per list.. 3930.99fln1anct __ a feast tit | .
I \ Ola Campbell sal tchr. 40.00 I I.'mwl.lom.' Lime Mixture for 1
Sulphur
-- ''T. J. Little sal tchrT. ._ _..__ 40.00 -
: ., ____*--____--_? //ion.71 J. LittleMai.. tchr -.--._____ 6.00 wished It looks for this rain mol-nlnir. at as last If at the. rUI"1 Flowers Etc. I I Collection and Conveyancingi
Nilb' Hebonr Itlnt. %... 1. I,. I... Jordan sal. tchr ....__ 411.00 b..II..uh..II'.d was In the Spray pumps, Specialties
\%.t. have
To balance from last report._ 7118.42 1\1. 13. Wright. .sal. tchr. ____ 3500 : i
dlitappolntnx nts WelK the both hand and truck.H. .
.
tat' C.W.GRIFFINStaple" To tint reed. from..___com___.pt.___'_Augtedtption ___ 29.92l'a Jaunltn.sehoo Thompson V( sal. tchr. ...... 5s91 36.00 so rain munv Is lost here time, and Is to fr ini bo piesunt made up..IrMllcatlons J112V. Broadway. C J

iinit teed frotn tax col I Johnson. .sal tchr. sch. 1.. 3500 ,
__ _______ ___ I'earl \\lll b.l (''>01I..lh.o.0 let this loose Edmund
_. .__ 656.49
.
taxes --- .Sirs. Ithoda Lucas 4000 calls Swabey; Agt.
; ''' .u- business enKaxemi-nt m" F. K RIB US
as a I
I I I SUMS HUh V 1!..S" _t _.________. 4000 to another uuaitvr of this portion MI (Q.
and Fancy 1484.S3 lsilses I KatherIne Ehadoan .. __ 40.00 I
ItI-:X.
1k:; Hy pnld warrants. as per list 41,47lly : Mvllta Johnson ._ ____ ____n 0 _ 6.00 our irlobu J I III Residence 9 Orlan4o Ave.P. ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE: F's.j
'ill !><.Witt ro'II. ...rv. ...h. I 1.0 O B. 625
ItalanrttNlil _____--______--_. 443.36 i, \v. U. Sluklnsoii Co.. supplleHhoi .< ;; Examination of ii'tis
* GROCERIES > Srhnol 1)1.9.. No. 2. <' l No. 1 -_-.-__-.-_- &.eo, L_ I a Specialy.*
To l u.i,, nce from last report.., 112.98 ,tOsceola Hdw. Co., supplied, cli, Narcoossee JI Notification and payment of taxes Sl

To' amt teed from tax. coltaxes 1. ... 7. 20 .____.-._.*wJ. --. ,34.90, II L i non-residents given careful
. __--____.:c ..__i.___ ___. 22.09 : I.. Overstieet record' I .tJtftds.sthools - -- - I
7, ,1 ...________'-'_'_ -._ 3.20 V attention. .
1 H>' saId warrants per list 15.00 )(. U Weaver serv. .ch. No: r 6.211
: Free Delivery allParts \ .' Central (Scletitlttc Co, suprpllessthool : .Vt 1. R and Orover Howen of Fort Jw ThompsonFUNERAL .
Itnltlt-CH. ; MwhWewW; ;..J'*---..,*._( .-.:. No. I ...?._.."'.1iI---_, '' 11.1OarHon M.-a are visiting their sister, Mrs,. Pat Josnston 'C. p. Garrett
of the City Nub'Kebool, l>l.. fto. 8... HUMS Graves, supplies 'sch NOH, .': \v. U. Montsducu.Th ; ;' OHNSTON & GARRETT
. : T6i "nl t.V; from .lasts report 606.90 1i!.623".1.\j' \ 141. l5' 2H <..Uw. : S.U ... new Kilon $Planlatlwnhavlnw.yultt 1"'I.le"ir FUNERAL DIRECTOR,, J
,.Tii';.iinHfiSj-ecilft/riiinataxJJU-o $amn.tPTat1u.kjaniturR\ ; $ \001ra5.therieeT -: .... 11m, hllntlllll'lIo"lItI al" '> 'I ;;t!t'Attorney.; at Law

I H.lax..1I,! labor..d.. ..!'.4.00 1"lu'J1ij ha:\;"' !" ',rl1l r..e..I\\)' Offlcea iOir&112( "
'. -" .4_
"'T
-- Hobt;" R..ldel. la.bor t..ch No. f.60 Ilert IS..r..d'lfrid.: C'wJc sWiit W,'1'nn."day . an .
.
.
' Farmer, Ins ach'-'No. 3 G.TI. > .with Mr anti 1\Irll.\ . .: Citizens Bank'Ildg.,' "
the paid warrants. a. per list.30:00/ ouKhmnti r upply Co, suppliesschool
difference
What U between
sheep Waters, .,
I' No. 21 ___ .-'n.. ____ *.vOA EMBALMERStore V i Kissimmee, Florida.
In pasture and in our shop? linlnnco .___:__________ __ 681.67 .... llass, labor- sch.-- No.- 1(1 C. 11. Moiilsdwca and .J. II. llnuser ,I' .
Nub "'......1 1)1.1. JVn. 4. I suh-dlst "No. 1.. ___-_______._ 1'0.011 made a trip over to .Krtmt I'r..f.Vhll".
To balance from last. report.. 11308' Hmuel Tall. labor sch. 4o. 16subthat. there Sir\ :SlontMdoca: sold' his place and |

I To anil tcd., from tax coltaxes r No. I ___1__.______ 7.00 grow' to >1r. Max Moore and J. II. I Iliuuser .Louis...,. Counsel o. M.Mur T. ncroM wux
for .
...___._ 3687 'deal was somewhere | Judmof ..
.. _____ .. sch No, The
-- --- ness Ura.upplle. 1125 about five thousand dullais.Mrs . and Chapel, Stewart Ave. Floods It. It. ......... Criminal Court
It II.) sub-dlv. No. 4
.: 1229.96 John lewls labor -------------I Frank II..nhc lias, returned- ,J ASSEY &" WAIILOWA1TORNE'S
By paid. warrants ns. per llnt. 26.00 sub-dtst. No 3 ____._-__- ___ 2 .toHeo Plant City after HpendliiK I, some time I IJ8sIMMIE.! FLORIDA: -*- .
) W Ha.. Ibr. sch. No. 23.. E.HOK. visIting her pannts. hei.Mrs. '>'. .
Hy llnlancx "r---------- 1204.1111 Franklin wood sc-h No. 10 _. _.0(1 O 'I K. J Kilbtix made a 8ho.IIICtrip , AND COUNSEIXOS
Niih Nrku' ..l Hint. No. ITo \. Will .Andrews rent ch. No. :2O to KlMlminoi Thursday\ -' XT LAW ;
I u1nnct from last. report.- II.IIJ 4600 and wife .all..cl on lends' '....
Tu amt. reel from tax col. Valley 8 mos----------------------Oacutte: warrant book _. 12.26 : 1 In 11.Klsslmim-o 11 Hull Frldm ( ,-.- ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I the rmictice In all the Courts of the 9L.tg and. at
___ .. 26.1>6 __ : (, United But-.. aim !>tofo.. the Florida Railroad
I tnxes -- -- --r---------- Harry 1)llle. Ibr. nch. No. 1__ 14 60 C' SI and llobt Montmloia left rllt..r'lnw I Cummliulun. and 1h. -
f IntonisU =
fllnd relating to the to utti nd. <'ourt -4'hy wt're8Ull1nlOn..d C.-mmnhistun.g.. Lammsre
311.48 A petition was : ....

: 13y paid,; warrants. a* per list.. 6.00 Center Hoard after 1'ark considering school No,same 7. and referredsame the C JohtiHOii as wltntBtnMM mnd" a- buslnesH. trip GRAYSTON I lTn CHAKI.ICHTUN IILDO.r. C oRLANDO.Ml"-A.t I.

llalutu'o __..-_ .,-. 30.48 to Messrs., 1as. nnd. Uv..r..tre..twllh . ; to Th Orlando Ix-ador.Friday Kn rln" CV).. t>{ drandttaplds. .t r. ITT
Hub Hrbwol' Itl..(. .No. $1. power to lake Ruch.t\'p. as theyfuund ., i iN..w
.. Sllch. shipped a tractor en- f E\\
In matter. ;
'. '. To balance from lint report __ necessary the glee and KonK'i'Iow to the New Eden OPEN AIL/TKC/ IttK ..1NDJ JOHNSON
. __. To amt r.-Qd. from tax: ('01.! The superlntondant) was lnstruOtedto.notify plan tatlein on 1 Hppiovnl, ) und sent. their V '
I ...A,. taxes --------------------------.0 all teachers not having certlllcatis airent. Mr 'H F .\bbutt. here tu demonstrate 4 an.J( second-hand automobiles :tto. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L t w
-.. that they must procure proper It. Mr. Abbott chose. time lowest .. for sale from $200 to + i
Balance _.-- _._uK _________ 7.01 certificates -at the earliest possible moment muck land to demonstrate. .. on -IZ.OdO' at Uraystone Oarage .. Will Practice in all Courts
r,. bUPPKIt..,. V where imo horses could KO and. the enIClnn & Uasaar.-. I State and Federal '
: Just the name! County Treasurer.Warrants The Hoard after carefully consider. and plow were a complete Aticcess. 0. fHURM.II ;
:...-- InK the matter and finding-. that the Mr Abbott left Saturday' night J 1: H hif R..0. !PORTER, Np.I i omclI adjoining Broadway

In tho sum of t-' 'funds of the county would permit ,an for his home at Oraml l Haplds.Mr" ++++++++++++,++++++++.++++++ 1 Citizens. Dank Kimumme;
: .---. --- were cancelled In open "....1 on. extension of the term of all county. K. ,Hmlth of Kls.lmme. vlulledKti I .
--- ---
I ; Hills. weroapproved Issued schools decided to extend the term of jtl-titr., Mrs Harmon hulLMrs.
and warrant "' I
I UH follows. : all county cluuolsi onlt, month. makingsaid t; Farrl* ..ttlt.Claud. called on. ' fURRY S. KING
S W. J. Hoars Sal Supt. 11500 term six month Instead of five friends .h..ro Hnturdaj'. .NL
; Its "Sheep" on the range ,v. 'C Ilnss.' M H p I -.__ 4.00 month. V A pound social was held at Mrs M C. F. ThrasherSHEET i ARCHITECT

W. W. Chandler, M B 1* I ___ 20.00 The superintendent having read a// J. Johnson's. Saturday night' and a very I _
And on the Hill tops, 8 1... Lupfer corns. treas. 167.Z8 letter from the .state superIntendent enjoyable evening was spent In games.Mr. I Orlando, Florida.
i--" H. M Kvana BItl teacher Hch- I 300.00 tn which was contained an opinion Jacob Young and wife of. 'In. METAL WORKER Room 16 V
"Sheep"" in the pastures Miss. 'A ImJn.. Leitner, .sal tchr. from the Attorney Ueneral That the. (Hnnatl. formerly oft Itunhymedo hotel, '
school No. 1 -__--__?__-- 85..00 Hoard could assist. all teacher attend- returned her Thursday. for the winter.Mr Steel Ceilings a Specialty. Watkins Block
.
But here Miss Clara Ledbptter. If theyfound II. C Meyers of Harrison. Ohio.
its 'Mutton Chops'If salary lug the Teachers' Association has a position with HIM Narcpossee 40mp'V
teacher Hchool No. 1 _- 70.00 that the fund. of the county accepted
.
.. P. 0. Box 696 Kisslmmee
and Townsltit'o i Fla..
Farm '
Miss ,
Gladys BhOTT; sal. tchr.nchool would permit] the Board after carefuconslderliiK
JJo. 1 __._ _: 68.00 the matter decided to allow Mr. J UIf..n"vant and family spent ,
you should call for Miss Albino $mlth. sal teacher- all teacher. attending" tho Teach. Sunday at New )':den plantation. Mr F' H. JENKINS -
"Sheep school No. 1 _. 65.00 era' Association. at Key West the sum AVAnt said they expect to start ftrlnd-

i 'S': Chops" we "would be apt to Miss chr Myrtlel No. Mabbett I .*-. aalTchr. ".00.I of $1600 with upon the said superintendent teacher or teachersfiling of sajd InK cane.. SluntNdoc-ii, for syrjjp. next J. H w""w.Cha. Houser. C. For all .Purpose. of Sanitation andCleanliness V.. SURVEYOR
And Wm. Sl-ontsdoca. made an '
VV. Uruns
Frances Langrtton, sal tchr -' 1 .

.smiley Ask'for Mutton Chops MlRa school No. 1 .______-_________ 65.00 I.Hoard........ ......_.a*. receipt*..kA. ,. .h.__}of,_. _.:member..hlf..how..._u___ __._ ____. -auto-Mr.trio'Jacob to 'Tounic Frost Proof atid. Mn Monday O Johnson UseCARB.OLA .
MarjorIe Anderson sal tchr of
you will find them/ nice for a Miss.school i Harriet No. 1 Wllcox.__...n"_aal'tch: ? 6R.00 elation The Board and. were also members decided to send same.the proper nave moved* In the house with V IMnle Fraternity Hall Kissimiaee, r.HUOU.o. ....

q. school No.' 1 ______,__ ___ 86.Clo superintendent and also as many of The saw mill which has, been shut p- _.
change. Miss Ijoulse Thomason- .sal u tchr the members of the Hoard a* could do down for repairs. for week, .tins ..start -
'
. school No.1 __.-..________ tfK.00 .u tq said Teachers' ,*.."CI&lIon. td up atralnII. +- 0 0 o OOOtuO'O '
Mr.. Slay Clayton .",. teacher The. Board decided,,! ,to allow two H. Hull has moved Into Ills new, 0.0.. ..
I ,
and hou.... Mr. Hull expects to a ....
open
school No, 1 __.__- weeks for the Chrl-tmas holidays
-:======::!;: Mls. .66.00. to be. butoh..r-.hop. In ttn near future A : .
M C. Hryan. sal feacher all teacher. wer f requested governed Liquid Disinfectant, Deodorizer, Dann ':

school No.1 ___._______._._. 65,00 by 'same unless ,permission wan Germicide & Dann
Miss Clara. Ktute, salary teacher received from the county superintendent 10 "CASCABET3" Anticeptie., Insectctc !-
CENT
RVLLBASSMAUKrI school No 1 ________ 65.OO permitting them to have ,only. one !. snd Cleanser.
Miss. imma Kutch. sal feacher week.. IF" BILIOUS COSTIVE Grocery Company101

' MUs school. No. 1 ______. 66.no Mr.: Marion Warren was appointed 1 Gallon --,??__?-_,__._ $1,50
: ORDIA BASS I Medora Uus.cll ulT'tchr In 'and for school No, 8. located

Manager supervisor -
;i : school No. 1 _..__ 6 Gallons __ _._ Broadway-
; : -----" : --___ ".nn at Pe 'horn. -- -- -<-._,_,._.. 6.2p
I. IIUe. Emma Towel .al. tchr J. M. Bryant WR. appointed "supervisor For Sick Headache, SOUP Stomach,
H I school No. 1 ________ ALBERT ,
76.00 or. In and School. No. 4,, located at Sluggish Liver-and Bowels-They E. DARRSJackkonrille
Mica Cecelia Overstre-tT eel tt.hp .-....... Operates
\- '/ p- school No. 1 ____h---: ::: :::: so.oo --There' : "belnir'no" further business the work while you u1..p.V . floridaEXeET the Cleanest Store I -

'j.',.;(''; .... .... .... ..... .... :MIa- !, .ru.tlna 8a/tord./ aal. tchto Board adjourned until next regular\ V -4 and .Sell the Freshet .
'' r*';. '* ; .. IIchool No. 1 ________________ 4(00 m..elln\r\ GrocerieS .
; t1 v MI.. CIee. Woolrldge. cal tchr Attest: W. C. DABS..W. Furred Tongue, Bad Taste. IndicesUon ." .' of'Any House in Klssimmee.
school No. 1 __ _. "
_;p JT. SKARa 'Chairman. '
65.00 .
--- '
Mice Sallow Skin and Ulsermble HcMtd- .
. Maud 7homaeon.. eel tcbr I

:J I:?: Sprier FlemingCLEANING C..chool P. I3eJknap No.. 1,..aalary__.___teacher_______ 40.00 lIAItAc1t.CL4..: TO IIAVB DEDCTSI clogged aches come bowels from;i which a torpid cause Href-, your and, PIANO .+4 oooo.oa..o. oo.o.+' : :

ahoo1 No. 1 _______.___,___ fOO': .
MI.. D.ale, Is Wire-learn :J'e1..raIJIt7" ..... 'Us*. Te stomach to become filled with undigested V V ,
fjr Laweon sal
; .cbool No. 1 ___w..____.__tcbl'-_. 4SOO ; ke W4>rl4-tmmm Air. ...1..., food, which sours and ferment* "tvNING

r. Mr.. Q. M. Folk, eal. teacher 'The' recently orsranlied debating-- like: garbage In a swill barrel.. That' .
PRESSING Rcllool No.1. J ._... R. ,
MI.. Ruth Clark, mo., _. 80.00 clety of the Wealey.n Baraca class .the first step to untold misery-IndlKeaUon -' F. PARKER:

:;if ". DYEING .-. MI.. .ellool. No. 1 ..:...__CaL._._teacher___.__- 48.00-- have arranged' evening a;. debate the object tor next to'Wednesday be-' foul gases, bad breath yellow; Spicla attention to ,all make" oftonjnrf3.00

'.ohool.Ruth Clark. I.). t.ache )>., handled being "Resolved. That Wire- *kin, mental fears ersrytMng that !., I THE BAILOR
No. .
r.; REPAIRING ./ MI.. LlI1la 1'... ------i.-------al. teacher' -.00 less Telegraphy I. of More" Use to tba:-horrible and nauseatlnc. A Cases-net : ,; for' next
,
.5 achool No. 11_. ------L\ World than the Airship. l to-night, will giro 'constipated': ; ". ,",
____ ,4..00 Those on the .oflrsm.tiv. aide are your: 80. da 78- ,
% I .' rord'st'toy ItouM .od HI Vera lIar.ro..., 11&1., tcbr. bowels a thorough anditraljht.n V
\ -T elothes < *. W. Oustue jB-f 1 Vowgfr Clyde Bus- cleansing
r schoolNo. 1 -:...;._..__:___. t I Out of"town orders solicited., 11
40
00
K. : Darliqtoti
Paul Paul
negative. Weaver
-.. .:: ', .will. be erlJed per -wad returned.tisf Mr.. ,Obed Mlt.el aL teacher- sa: ) yoa out by moralnaV: Theywork.wb.qe Ave.L .

;' action: Guaranteed 'school No. 1 .--_.' ..._...._____ 40.00 will Mark be. held WIIJ1 at Mason the Osoeola TillerTbe Highchool.i debate ,yon !sleep. iKent box . :JZ;"ri.HI, ... .AN .. - --, . ,
il, : 71''' Obed Mlsel. sIlL teacher but this particular flow, of oratory will' from your drugfrlit will keep'* Q..f ;, J PboIie" 202 1 B1X lOT -
'
School .
r r No. (1 .... > .
..' .,- AJ R. --- -,4- ,10.00 not be open to. the public, only mem." 2DTgood tor.months,. t )JCuI -

f" iu tL !..t.1"1. .'.!coj 1orro. *,U. aaiary. .. "cher >.rs of the Baraoa 01... and. tbe. debatnr .-f . 'AK;.. _J.- V A4YfrtI1StIa. .tIte\Y\: Ue1Gsast;; .:
tn.II' : _
;. : -. .r'I .oelet7. bel-qr, """" .
.
." .
:; ",_' 'J, ....._ ....::;.".'. 0.-,:. .... J.-. '" ?A" :: al..pz04\1A1M, -1+. .

,' '.... .. ,. I . .. C ,I
{ / q
,.." / t. C '.' ./ ../ ,.
.. ( ,. / ;, A. \. .

'! It ''":t.'Y' '\ \/ II' J C \ r )
\
'j ,
V ;
.. I.. ... \ ', i/i : ,I. V '
( .
: ,.;. x. ., ,
) .,0"'. ,1< I>, .. .e '. ,, ,
U' .. 1\\\\ 1 r i. I a


__- _L-.-.-.-. .-.-\ -- '\j L. hd .- ., V q. : :, .-.I'I........... _,_- ".. _' ,_y ',;.' '1.. 1,. :.>1'_*1 t.-;.' ,. ..t ,.9h.c : ,, .,



I
,
r.. \\
t 1'' :Q
u, .
!1ti A
*
r' 'I''
)'
91,, kZiDECEMBERd'1Z,1l1.3
OIl;

,It
;1:
FHt KIS31MMEE VALLEY CAZETTE '. PAC'
: It.:, ..
"

"
II


IL ."UNSOPHISTICATED OSCAR .Jt ,, Jf "By Gregory


.,
i ,


I i L JhsT W40 GEE |T1TOUGrM P/IErTV [HEY voi* BUM ,w 'KE, _
.sots .
RER '
A'TICMG WORM SERIES QSCAR! '
*
." oU> SKRic VHffN VA' MAF1 |WP OUT* THIS. WHAT CH > '
NOW tO-0-0-hfT MERE'.
r>O* VOWVff' NCVCR StK- TA''ST/V40 IN LING AV YA MARGIN' ARov.no HERE wltY vow f oo*

GAME SO IM'yt*/ WAlW.t NtfHT, IN ORtN1R TN ._. FEQ ***VNOwr- DYA'TMINic NUT DON'T YOU Y -re.iu., -_ tirte'
Ots
,i 'SEtd, YATN4S TKgiT ,:AGeup 1FNT: TNIa is AHcrrni,! KN4)wTH' semes i SOMt2THINrIF .
> IC6 13uT" I 'WOtriDN4' MKS ENDED LONG gc/p1!
C'M'VKG ,Tra }'CC.
VOU'RC ON!I A GOOD GAME 0 f2Ati 0
t'M t
No BVM. I'M
.ILI.i Np
9 T ALWAYS SIR! Ja3T W >
SA WAITIM1. FCft] -
; w wTEtTltst{ T9l',.QXTftt TA 11TC e

tlAt.ua wtr PARK so'i CAN saE '( ,






v. 1' :

r h'A.: .

I

I II

:




bL- :::;;;:: -:------ I II I .



b. .. ._ a r.
uu _ ...__ _. _ __.__ _


ADVERTISE. YOURdkANTS, oo..... ,.ooOt. .o -o 1. . }.T"E OLD RIiLIA'BLrE". : '! .'

.
Y t. I

..,1 If you' want an broom house Plumbing Tin Sheet II ch. the
close. |In.. modern In t'v.ry'way.' ', ,

{15CO, cash.' .
Iron and Metal Shop .,
[ If youwant a s 6-roora house-on I

I cash good! street.,.lot 100xU7+,. SIOO IIILDftEM'z ...

Headquarter for up-to-date San.,
If you want a (-room house !Usry Plumbing-Supplies. We handle .
,
'
, and,10 acres of land 11600 cash; nothing the bath room'linen except eVALUEO

ti SALE RENT LOST ORND very easy 'terms on balance',, fixtures that carry the Green Lable, : .

which I. but little. ' which insure the very beet quality,. fAs ,


; ., : IN THESE COLUMNS MOO If, you|100'want cash. a 10-acre tract.. chanics We employ. to install none'! our but plumbing The beet. me. BANK V "

'. In connection with our plumbing
) If you want a 10-acre '"tract shop we have a complete up-to-date ( t UNT-:

r $ ISGO, $100 cash Tin Shop in which we make anything W
icing under this head coitt 5 cents in the Sheet Metal line to order. Our 4lraimis ,
If you want a 10-acre tract .
specialties:! are Blow' Pipe, Artistic:
each 'insertion, minimum 25 cents, "00.' flOO cash.. Metal Ceilings Roofing, Guttering, S fHiP I

lt; line. Easy terms' to suit purchaseron Spouting, Cornice, Skylights and Ventilators. _ .
rds making
an average either' of above pro perU...- We carry in stock a complete

1 line of Copper, Galvanized Iron Roofing
; children the val.
minds of your
'ed Advertisement not having name impress upon the .
and Bright Tin. All work doneon you .
Ask Mrs... .Summers short notice and guaranteed to I i. into their lives the
thereto and those from out of town sot Penll.ld."near Clyde.Clyde i give, xatisfactlon. Our u, of money, and inculcate young(
j prices are "'
1 % accompanied by the cash. ] ( the 2nd Ave. W. of convinced.reasonable. Give us a trial. and be I habit' of saeintr their?pennies, you will have taken the 1'' ;

court house leading south.) "
first important step toward.snaking thrifty, independent. ;

: : MISCELLANEOUS. .OOOw40to otOOOt O. and successful men and women of them. '. t
I FI EDTISING .OtOtO R: L. Starling Mgr. y .a. ai

.'" I
'
WANTED-Pupils' for piano or or
D : gan. Call on. or address Mrs. V. THICK, GLOSSY HAIR --TAR -- ." :.' ': ,,

; .. B. Dombaugh, 21 Sumner St. 51-tf FREE FROM DANDRUTF AN ORDINANCR. j

Per line'' ROUGH LEMON SETS for sale, $15per Oroll..._ Pr.-... .. f.. Ibe Re.- The Way To bo his To. Start !4 ,
......
.. thousand... Henry W. Smith I Girls! Try Itl! Hair gets soft fluffy and ace all ..1....Tbs./.r.PI._ .f l'IeS......U._A.aa.ws__ '}
$ Wauchula,' Fla. 61lzcpdWANTEDTo beautiful-Get a 25 cent bottle .rat la the (Yly ., K/sslrree, FI.r1.. A Bank'Account for Them L .
of Danderlne.U .... ,
buy from owner, SO to ; : .,1 1t
.SALE. Nowt '
Belt ordained by the City Council of iA'' .Here r 'I
.
60 "land fruit small +
acres ; some .
the ' .
you care for heavy hair that gus. City of Klsslmmee: '''' t ,
home in South Kisgals boWIe,'good water, rood road,' near', ions with beauty: and ..'racU-.nt with That whoever ahall exhibit lif any .. f!{" ,. "' '
'
eit)'. E. K., this' office.' 61-ltp theater moving picture show, or other T" t.v.
All cash t
tor and
: life: baa &incomparable softness place of public' amusement."or- enter .
10. M. Taylor. 61-lt la- fluffy and lustrous, try Danderlne. tainment. In the City of R .slmm.e.
LOST-Ada, placed in the Valley Ga- Just one application doubles) the Florida. any obscene, lewd, lascivious
addle horse. Ap22tf- sette have found more articles for lor filthy picture, moving picture, vauT. .
.the owner than any Bother one kind beauty: of your hair, beside It Immetdlately deville, or theatrical play of an Indecent . ",, \\it ri". '
as'Agnew: : dissolves every particle of character; or any elm or other > "" \
of publicity. Five cents per line. dandruff. You can not have nice pictorial representation of any under ,J,r' /j jI
flKht, or encounter of pugilists
tor boat, 80x8*.. IS WANTED-White girl or woman to hoary: healthy hair If you hare whatever name, shall upon convictionbe I ",',i'
p. engine; at a bar- act as housekeeper. Apply to J. E. dandruff. This destructive curt robs fined not more than 1100.00 or 1m.prl.on..d.llot ,;: ,.'
J the hair of Its lustre, Its strength and mro. than three month., .
gers at this of A....tf Rush, KisBimmee-.F1sV\ ,|. 49-tt or both at the discretion the Court.
Its .very' life'and'If notovercome, It Read a first tian.' In regular session ,
It desirable corner FOUND-A. sum, of 'money.; Inquireat produces a feveriahness and Itching: of J, November 4th. IfllS. and read a-. second
Addition. Owner; 'G.. Kats'sv the"' scalp; the hair roots'' Tarnish l .time In regular sessiOn December
V .
2nd. 1D1S, and In session.Attest
passed open .
I 61.lt loosen and die: then the hair falls out j.,>THOMPSON,
WILL PAY !lone dollar.' quart 'for fast. Surely: get-a 46-cent-bottle of J. R. QrLBKRT, President of Capital 50000.00

n i acres of land and a well dried ripe sour orange seed. Knowlton's Danderlne from any drugstore (Seal) Council. 136000.00

'house huPinedale.. Will Address P. O. Box 1328,.Jackson''' and just try It A.Aoproved D, 1911. this Sth day.of December, :Surplus. $30.00aOO Depositor. Security

bargain. } to sell .quick. Ad. ville, Fla. 60-2tpd -Adv. tl-St JAMES W LILLY Officers. and Directors

8sx"176, Kissimmee, Fla.. 62 LOST-one'Knights Templar charm- WANT, ADS in the Valley Gazette aTATICM M NT. Mayor c. A; CARSON, ffett. .J. M. LEE. Vice Prwl. ,j" ,

building and on chain Saturday afternoon some- the of Selling and renting Made tinder Section SS,'Chapter 8.9. M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest ,\ "
riVmy store are means 1
where in business ..section. Returnto LAWS of Florida, showing; the amountof
,WJ..rat l merchandise, ev- Park HoteL '" 60-2t property when all other means, taxes charged to the Tax Collectorof ROMA 1 HOMA3, Assistant Cashier rY
Onceola col. ,
: County Florida to -be -
j new:and up-to-date, doing fail. Try it once. 5 cents a line.. lectod for the current year. Ids and
jiness-but other interests re- VOCAL STUDIO. 203 Broadway room ----- the apportionment of the same to the
,
t 3. Voices.correctly placed and de several funds for which. taxes have
attention. M. M. Monohan. veloped. Italian method. Mrs. Iler-I jOT.CN, FOIL BIDS. been levied.Apportionment. ef Commtr fmrnim.'

ort, Fla. 43-tf rington will see those wishing to Sealed bids' \ will be received by the, RevenueTo -. .
and Thursdays Hoard of County Commissioners In and amount assessed ...... 17040,111 O"flcM PIJHL10ATIONDeoaelrect NOT.cm"OF APPLICATION FOR OIV-.
OR EXCHANGE-I will study on Mondays 48-26t for ..Osceola County,' Florida. on January Amount collected ._.--_____ 1120.67 Fort PII1I TO .BKI.I INTKItRST OH
7 to 9 m. Voices tried free. 10 A. for mattresses, HUA1/TT.
p. 6th 1114. at SAID M1MOHS IN
I s. ,ud
_, farm, of 10'acrn, 3 room ; . ; pillow cases, pillows;M-"h blanketstripes Balance to be collected .. 147Z0.24 Of See .t of CalBMTllle.tae l.teHer....U........ ..'t..e Matter .f th* KMete..f Leef.r
,.7' acres,cleared and fenced, I underwear, shoes, socks, ,hatsnlRht Central' School Fund- M.Te.fc H. ..... hey sad Hetaa .".... Mine fletns. 1
FOR RENT. shirts for thirty prisoners for To amount asaeaiieAS0269.41 IL Ivey. I>.*.._<..
I.fine young grove just coming a period of not less than two years.Board Amount collected -..._._._. 4104.89 Notice Is hereby given that JeremiahW. To U.all whom these presents .ba1T'come .

.earing, or will trade it for a DWELLINGS for rent opply to M. any and reserves all bids. the. ,right. to reject. Halation,to be collected ---- tfl(4.41 who.. Parsons on April, of" Z9.;.Lougbman.1(11, made Fiords Homestead Notice. nr.' hereby given. that the aa-
i and lot in Kissimmee. W. N. Tiller .. For further Informationaddress County R'bad'! entry Serial No. 010604. for BWU derslgned. W...W. Ivey as guardian at-
hmah 'FIe. 44tf JOHN 1. OVKRSTKKRT.: To amount assessed ........ 266(1. I of BE" Section 1R, Township SB South. Lester Ive) and Ketha Ivey minor,
Lou 50-41 Clerk ,,___ ____ will
FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story; Amount collected 34R0.8C Range tl l:a.t. Tallahassee Meridian.has heirs of G. II. lye, deceased make
ce filed notice of Intention to make application to the.County Judge of 0.-,
-20 acres half cleared n store building on Brack St. North Balance to be collected __._ isoso.su Commutation Proof to establish claimto ceola County Florida, at the office e.f
'good fences,fair house, Kissimmee.: II. C. Stanford 29-tf Fine and ForfeitureTo the land above described.before said County Judge. In the City of XI>-
f grove, amount assessed ________ 4KO.lt Circuit Court..at KlMlm- slmiuea. said O.oeol'County. Florida,
t too crops now growing; a liv'dyprAlded. FARMS Amount collected ......____ 680.14 men Florida on the Strd day JJecem- on the.lZd day of December, A.-D. ItlS*.
at FOR KENTComfortable! ,bed room' ISIS.- for an order of the said Judge, directing -.
ber.
A bargain centrally located. Large porch. I 6 WANTEDAT Balance to be collected :.__ IISO.07. Claimant names' as witnesses him..the said W. W.' Ivoy, .. .sal*,
;Germs feasonable; or trade Sub School Dlat. Ne. 1- Edwin Hogan, of Loughman, Florida guardian, to aeU at private sale the
Halnghman Brack St. J. W. Prentls. 42-tf To amount assessed _._,____ 1.14.0. Thomas F. Braddock of Orange Center Interest of the said minors In real ..-
J. H. ._.__ ... ta&
aimmee property.. OWNERS Amount collected -: _ .1. Ftorlda. tate belonging to the estate 01
Fla. 43tfOR' RIchard Oauslnc, of Ixiushman'' FlorWCllfton .. said 0.. H. IvU'- 4ecea.ed, 1)'II.s' a.t'r.
Balance to be collected,..___ 1117.10. being situated ln the said County .a'J
-PRICES / club School Dist. No. I- 4 Lowry, or.J.oue man, Flora Osoeola., State of Florida, and described -,
a TRADE-Forty-five WHY NOT To'amount aaeosaad '.___.: 1'11 ld as follow.,,to-w..: '
Me residence Iota in the westection Amount oollected .i,..__..___ 11.01 *' PKNRT a CHUBB. The BUW of 8W14 of NEH4 and Nit ;
of Kissimmee. Would :One Canadian writes me to locate H-lt. Pd Register. of NWj of SBU of Section I'. Tbwa-
In bulk GET GUARANTEE a that I would consider good Balance" be collected r.--. 117." ,ship a"; South, Range I', East; an4'al.o
p to sell entire number property Sub School Dlst. No. 1- befclnnlns at the SB corner of 8W
ould selt separate to individu- ,---- 10000. He stipulates for To amount assessed _, ,_ .....1 NOTICBJ FOR PUBUOATION.rtmemt H of 8WK of NBH4 of said Sectloew.

Will be'sold cheap for cash Every Article of Merit 'that 'Is. Bold a bearing f rove,with good land suitable Amount ooHect.d-----> 104.77 .. *f the-I.terl.., W. .. Laa4I Township and .. East run west IS* ,

fan l in trade for other proper- These Days is j Guaranteed-No for increased grove area, anddoesn't Balance. to b.c collected..._ ....If UfAc .* .aalBeBTllle...... sa, u1L'Vlmwttm- !:(80 feet feet North East SSO feet It feet. South 44 feet.10 North felt. i... .
467, Often Means Poor care anything about trucking. Sub School DI.L-No. 4- N." In S.e-,
V. L. D.,, Box Guarantee -. to beginning, said lands>el. .
Address .. __..
Must have comfortable bnildlngs.Another To,amount assessed u__..i. 1445.7. .L... tlon U alore.ald.
that
mee, Fla.mi 50tfpdlt Quality.' = .' : . Amount ,collected _...;...._.:.- u.n NoticeIs hereby given Florida w>who r>i W. W. IV1 Y. i.
-- -- of Loughman
aiirr I B Lamb
--- I , Ilome.te.6BWli Aa Guardian of Lester Irey an*,, .
LE-Jerley heifer calf, 4 There 'it(. little excuse for any who baa 250,000 for'invest Balance to be Collected __,. 1401.17 on February Serial 10.No.111 made Retha Ivey minor heirs of till. '
very ; Totwnship.36ESouth
i old. No. 106 Central avenue: person to* claim that he has.been ment wants me to show him a proposition ' Sub amount School assessed Diet. No._ITo 117." .Section'' .6. "-4t Ivey. deceased'

.,.. "stung" on a purchase. Fifty. yeara. :worth'.' -bIa_while.,coming-. ,to.in Amount, collected, ..._.._______ 111.116 Range, Sled n notice East. of Tallahassee Intention Meridian.has to make "' -, '

Speclisa Catalpa ago the buyer had to look' out, but vestigate.. Balance to be collected 111I.0 Three-year proof, to'establish claimto City NOTICE Council: FOR will, nIDiThe receive bid*/, a
PE Lot unusual to find merchantwho '- . :; ---- the land above described before .. ,
tree two. feet today it is a 8ub"Bchool Diet No. 1- TU..dayDecember Kth, at 7:30( P. .. ..
tde and timber 'for To amount assessed ___._ 1....' Clerk of the Circuit Court. at Klsslm- Klsslmmea\ ;
61-lt will not refund the money anyarticle Another with $25,000 deal ea,tall day of 'JanUcTalraant at Fla.for conatructlosi;
Utb
[each. .G. M. Taylor. that has proved unsatisfactory.An bearing< grove and land suitable,for Amount. collected, -n---nBalance _..., 7.01 mew' Florida on the of Brick Culvert opposite new MatMdice -ft)\
witbDree..2culvert
wltne church, to connect ; \
OR .TRADE-20 acres excellent example, of,this kind mixed farming. He also asks for to be collected .._. 179.S1 I names aa .ea' Flor- across Church street and ax- '

s north of. Loujrhman in of fair deading is shown by the clean good buildings. Ole Ida.John Goodman, of Loushman tending fat feet west. For speclfloac, "; .i'
'
CITATION ADMINISTRATI01Vth offlce '
Clerk's
unty.' Grove 180 trees, cut guarantee that the. Kissimmee N. F. Toiler, of Lougrhman. Florida tlone Council City > the rlghC to rejoot/;;' .
t 4 qh Ira. old two houses, one Drug Co. gives on Dodson's LiverToThese Several desire small places close to th* Oevrt .; tae C....y ..., W. T. Lamb. of Loughman, Florlla.W. all reserves bids '
; .
of
feet pine State .f ire>rl"a, O.ee.is Cvmnty. U Sullivan Loughman.Jl'dOrt.aa., an.Jbral1t: day of December, A. IX U1&..,
60,000 townv
'1 r it is s"' 1912. land imprbved.Tlssimmee . people-tell us that any person I ? nstat..4 Jh. IMeesw Q.ft Register.1soTICR J.- R. QILBKKT.City, ..ClerlhE. : .
acres 10-lt .
bier real estate ort who pays; 60c for a bottle of Dodson'sLiver thatJrllI.nawfr Lay TUB JtmOR) OFA ID'COURT. ..
Those owning properties BIO .
r de I Whereas, W. B. Crawford has appliedto roil
find it .
t John W, Hogan, Tone 'and does not a's bids wilt be received by the L- .
1 fot liver'tonle to above 'descriptionsT and this Court for letters of Administration {Sealed ,
61.6tpdTLANTJC and most pleasant Bbard of County Commissioners ofOa- t
a.1 gentle will set a. fair valuation thereupon, On the'estate of John Pierce, ,
gh but rellver of constipation deceased, late of aald of,OsoeThese ceola County at Klaalmmee, Florida E. WelU
,, Harmless a sure Couaty i
LINE" substitute[ ; for should send full particulars at once, ole; up to 10 A. M.. January 1st. A. D. i ?
ULF and perfect as I am'daily receiving word of the are. therefore to cite and admonish i 1114. on steel convict castes on. roller f
Menge Bret, F6rt"te calomel,can get his" money back fast Intention*of a, number of my friends all- and .lagnilar the kindred o.e traction engine or eemblaatlon. .. Real Estate. and 'Insurance. .* .
it out; of the and creditors of said deaaaed.to be tnetloft engine ana roller.Rood -- v 1\\- .
of fail and ached. a7 quick as they 901 get , to start down aeon. -I I I' and appear before this Court en or before reserves the right to rjectanz - , t r .
Corona money drawer.DodSOD'LI..er. l the lad day of January, A. D. sad all blcla.0VJUUI'I"a .: '. :
f UWaJ1" aDd Tone baa practically; .W. LAW 1S14.' to ale objections., If- any they, I IDI'I'berlt. -
it lIyer"aDd',Fort place ot calomeL It action ALE ,- have, to the srrantlnr 'ef Uettera ofAdministration lst RENTIN61n MJEJJ&t., 0/ \
g'be SPECJALTY'OF
ssooluttely in Its .on said estate otb.rwise MAKE A l
erdal famOot Glooubat- harmless, sure Late Mgr., Ersklne Height Farm, the same will be granted to said nIL it. HICKS'' : &VT $ \
,habit ,
Everglades aDdThe and causes no restriction of or W. B. Crawford or. some Bother at per- '
Lake be. diet. .No wonder the drug people are son or persona U Physician HOUSES AND BOOHSf4;; .
145 Kissimmee
moat woJader- Box Witness my e, glad to guarantee it, while other *em- of the County .. this the. 0/; J 11, :l03 ,>Ae M JfMT .1 1V ,
bird fer.salAd
Wild .dies that imitate p1e claim- .of Dod- Florida 6tb day of.. PHTA 1111, OStat. Bank : PboDee / .I4Jo'C*!
not guaranteedat (Seal) ... M. Bid. Ofnee 4i-Re. to r-- '
Gal D." $emlDol. ions Liner Tone are II.U It-4t ,Ooutr ,..... . - !:

.42-tf' a1L--AdvSj. : 'I 'e, 1')1) ., i\. : I( fffM
rv t -_ ] 4N .
+Ma ,/'II.I' \1'' , .. ''IJ. trt
.. \ ...t I
11\ r.-......, 4 # J. r '
: n s '
\
. .. V
'." .,' I
.' ..-. ." ,'" . ', ,
,.
# r. .... . >?' ,. ,
(
.....; .J ''; ?''
: ; N

_.. .
/A l



----.-- -
-'., .-. . - 'tU. .. . .t'.t. r'A f .,roy+,- $ j' +
.. se .,
..
qJ
rpu-r "j \
'
4 ', '

\ \ I'I :

1 FRIDAY' DECEMBER '1 :'
PAGE 12. THE KISSlMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE
.. , :... '-' -_.. '-.- --.,-.. ....----- ..- .. .- .. -, '-- ---- --.;.--- .' .------.--- .
; r ;


-,
1




It.it91l. : -.T'.H'E."INN' F.ORSALE


-'- -.. ..-- .. ..," :' ,... ". .,,, .



: Situated, corner of Possiel and Thurman Avenues. "A modern equipped ,building

.. '
y 1- -i

m ';;':,. .. ',: ;:.: " of 21 rooms, ,with -one room sufficiently, large' to be used as .dining "room. if n essary.
,
: .
'''(: .. .,"' .l'j "', '.'

It, V : :,J. ;(; : ,Building is in splendid repair and in heart of city. Large grounds! surrounding, well i


'".:,::,' .4..,! ;i.',. built house in yard. Now 'to used as, rooming house by Graystone Hotel. Can be ,,;,n:' "i:
"
.. ..
,.' .., ;t. . !
..'l:.I.!fj'' 9\ ..... . ,'\.: I'':'"' ".,..,.', purchased' f' .. / .- ,....I.,,.::...,,'',,;'.,.:. ,
,
_. "'", "; \ \..:', "" ,. .: >, .. .1 : );:;
",,11"';,'.'., ; { .. \IH'. .;., ".
.
"
,
f. .".
'
.,.I?:' <' ." '. :. .. " ". ;.. ... ,
.' ; _0. .: 11"l f');)::f",',".'.,... \ \-'..' " ''J'J Jv .I ,,','.
-r- .f' ,:.' \: :, . ; :::'::1:;' !}t::'::' 't".i: ; :':" .
:4:4:7'i + {' .
:
: : ,
( ;: : : .
..,;'}. .. _: ' ;)'q.7tv: .ii:.:;"",::.,',1':', '',, ,," .. '., '.._'. + .,".;" '""il';i.\l; ,, \ :" ." _. :'' .:...., , .

J ,,:",.. .._''''"'i'iiifr7i'.' ,.::)":'?...:-,."'"%\"J:)'!':'Y.,'\$, "'':.J'I\ :;,"'I'(."I. '"!.";'tr,::""'\'!,:II'.t'.,.'..""; .. $ 7 ,, 5. 0:ii: 0 ii: . 0'II O., -,.'I....',). ,:'.",'': ,:.j jS1",;\':;..r',,.J-",:' '\,1'f" I'_: ._'' 1."


I
'

(t ONE-FOURTH CASH, BALANCE IN SIX, TWELVE AND 'EIGHTEEN, MONTHS AT 8 PER CENT.


.
'
.
,"
.. -.- 1 --- _. .- ...
_. _. .._. -
----- -- ----- -- -- -
-.....
'
.





c JE JEr' I A: Magnificent Site for'






:' NewCourt House .,,


.
. .. "\> '. .
..
.
,.ul'' II' ,
"
"" II! \'i I I'I

', ." ,: 'tJ'I:!:::J: >:'::" :;":, ,,,, :': .. " ,: :. :,,, ... :'J I, " ,,;< \'i II .tr','i'k\: :; '-I ". .... t- .. ':, '. , : ,\\-1""Lh:,,-5r "' "
:1;}t f .. "R.UNt1I G'FROM)1: ui'ii.n.VHOUSE' '.O-HGER'MEETs mE'DW'DS'OF'TJ S"* ,' J',
.. : ',' THEBEAUTIFUL PLOT OF GROUND ; COURT\ WHICH NO, ''''. _
IS : i ? AVENUE'. TO TOHOPEKALIGA. AVENUE,' WHICH COMPRISES ABOUT GROWING COUNTY., AND THE PLOT OF GROUND ABOVE DESCRIBED "':
'I '
k..S J 300x400 FEET, WOULD MAKE THE MOST DESIRABLE SITE IN KIS- '. IS THE MOST SUITABLE PLACE IN KISSIMMEE FOR THE NEW,COURTHOUSE

\. SIMMEE FOR THE NEW COURT HOUSE THAT THE COMMISSIONERS -. THAT WILL SOON BE BUILDED. .:

"- I. ARE CONTEMPLATING 'ERECTING. EVERYONE ADMITS THAT THE Lake front city lots In Makinson's Addition to Ki 7 7I

I ',. ' 1... \ : PLACE FOR THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING THAT MUST BE'ERECTED simmee now on sale by the Osceola Construction and ,l

I' AT AN EARLY DATE IS THE. ,SITE NOW. .OCCUPIED BY THE OLD Developing Co. .

S 1 L S : 5' . : .
S
. Sr'

',.;::1." .- .. ,'.
L t
"" /"'jI.:. -.
: i
(',:,.,(,.t.F'i .' .. .-. ,

,
.
.. \ "
1 \ .. -
t : .:, L For Next Sixty Days $300 will buy. five acres of ground, CONSTITUTE THE' HEADS OF THE CITY.ADMINISTRATION, FILLING ,

'" 'lot in Thurman City! and three shares, of stock in Thur- THE POSITIONS OF MAYOR AND COMMISSIONERS.WHO WILL HAVE .- <;
./m DIRECT CONTROL OF THE BUREAUS OF PUBLIC WORKS, PUBLIC
n City Developing Co. "
.. SAFETY, HEALTH: AND CHARITY AND PUBLICITY, THE LAST NAMED

I ". TO EVERY PURCHASER OF' ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WORTH. HAVING AS ITS DUTIES THE KEEPING OF. A.COMPLETE RECORD OF

i. ), OF LAND" IN THURMAN CITY-OR ADDITION WILL BE GIVEN A CERTIALL. . I PUBLIC EXPENSES AND INCOMES, WHICH WILL BE.PUBLISHED .'
\ E5 S FICATE OF STOCK VALUED AT $100 IN THURMAN CITY DEVELOPING AT LEAST ONCE EACH MONTH. THIS FORM'OF GOVERNMENT WILL
S. .
', dt':. J, '.tf- COMPANY. THIS COMPANY WILL CONSTRUCT'AND OWN ALL PUBTAX THE LAND, NOT THE IMPROVEMENTS THEREON. WHICH \ .

,'.'; I ,LIC UTILITIES,SUCH AS LIGHT PLANT SEWER AND WATER SYSTEMS, WILL PLACE ALL LOTS ON A TAX BASIS EQUAL TO THEIR VALUATION..

i"" : r t ,;i:,{;' ""{, ICE FACTORY, IN FACT EVERY.UTILITY NECESSARY TO MAKE'THUR./ ANYONE"DESIRING INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF THE- ABOVE(
"
:, ..t I '.. './ : MAN CITY MODERN IN EVERY PARTICULAR. THE PRESIDENT, OF .! PROPERTIES, OR THE MANNER ,I IN( WHICH THURMAN CITY; IS BEING '

, ., ... 5: ,<'.J5i ." THIS COMPANY, IN[ CONJUNCTION WITH FOUR DIRECTORS, WILL DEVELOPED, WILL BE. ,FURNISHED SAME BY .

: _"I. ,; .". '. 9.. .., .. . .. ". .
.
-' . .
.
i 1 ,. k ,-. .
'I "
....t.;,. "' I ,, '
..
"
':, .., ,. .' r- .\.,. ,,- .r-" ....


*; 'm, .. : :'-j ; ; The ;/Qsceola. oits.tructioit'a'n'd:

,
; I .1" ", if r .. "
,
.. "

w IMMEE. ;DN. e" v.r ,e 1" oping! ,c' 0 ; :' FliORlbAjf; < ,

.. ,
...
,, -
I.H'
?):.w..W'
,
i \ l// >; ..
/ \ ,
; J} : .t-'j. ., :.,
,,.:.'! ':t / I. .' *. ",
", / , .,. ,
r I ..,_ ir -1
t '-J '\ /I. -V . ,:t:" ,
'''III
p
.
-- " ,
.t "' Iq k

',
d Nt l' 7
'1i

a



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs