Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 9, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00628
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I I: acter to Join in our 'community life 1 L' : ; ) 1 "A ;NEEDE' 1MPRQVEMENT." M
iMEEi !:y'en".we e'enlarge'ft '"borders. GtvI Kissimmee Teaplhe.rs- ', "' --i iVint .Material iU. .Rn hand. ,for. the: construction !. ORIGINAL : "
It your loyal support in every way :. ----t of a culvert to be built orirheiteh ,}, x

v. Ill : :possible and thus obtain for yourself 1 Key West] on'Daki'ri avenue from Church
'' and your neighbors the advantages of street we t. This ditch runs closeo BUFFALO BILL h hI
L HAVE ;; the Kissimmee Chautauqua of 19M. 4. the tide' of the' new Methodist church .
V i ana I.{ not only unsightly but rather I IdangJroulI. I f
TEACHERS REPORT A AN'Ill'Rt1FITABLESOJOl1RN ; .The culvert will\ be constructed '
GRAND ARMY POST I IN TilE ISLAND; CITY. i of brick and 'will improve IS HERE !IJI/

:, lAUTAUQUAINING AND LADIES CIRCLE I appearance of the corner and the Jldi,

Agoodly number of teachers, school .ras made by any and the judges.found street and will likewise make the ditch '" to
J officers and interested peoplefrom some difficulty in rendering a decis perfectly ...fe.
HOLD CAMI' FIRE AND INSTALL Kissimmee journeyed to Key West to ion. The points of merit between each A UNIQUE CHARACTER ,
FEB. 22ND.ENTERTAINMENTS OFFICERS FOR THE attend the State Teachers Associationand of* the speakers were so close a. ton "OAK FARM"AT )
incidentally to see things and be ke this contest the closest of any -
ENSUING YEAR. seen. From the reports gleaned from I' eMIf held In the state. Klssimmee's II PASTIME Tf1EATER1 NOW WINTERING IN KISSIMMEE.,
; EACH - those who took the trip, it seems that I two contestants. spoke with much WITH HEADQUARTERS AT 'jyt
ilea) DAY,\MORNING, AFTERNOON On Wednesday morning, January7th an exceptionally good time was had. credit, and although we did not win THE GRAYSTONE.. ,i'')'.
r4N11;\EVENING, UNDER the members and friends of the The convention opened on Tuesday, the medal, we know we had honor HOME TALENT WILL PRESENT .
k '" ''MANAGEMENT OF C. I General O. O. Howard Post No. 35,1 I December 30th, Dr. J. L. Kelly being reflected upon our school and our COMEDY DRAMA ON FRIDAY 5
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t .,r, ADAMS. i G. A. R., together with the members presiding officer. Dr. J. N. Fogarty county by those who spoke. The NIGHT JANUARY 9. i A most unique and Interesting
RUCKER I and friends of Sedgwich Circle gathered -I mayor of Key West, delivered the ad- speakers from the Osceola High School' character Is Col, William Matheson;
I together at Stein's hall for a dress of welcome, whole-heartedly \ were Miss Bettie Pherigo and Edwin I who, with his wife, is spending' the "1
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't + superintendent of the Lakeland and I ness. It wan the occasion of the annual 1, marms and to all interested in edu The next convention will be held the Pastime theater the Epworth I I at the Graystone.
.Bartow Chautauquas, has been in our I installation of officers. JudgeTi cation. This address was responded I i in Lakeland, and from present indications I League of the Methodist church will\ Born in New'York State when only
,city for days and secured the M. Murphy, a past commander of I'to by Supt. W. J. Sears, Osceola coun- the Lakelandites are going to present a rural three act play entitled the eastern section of the countrywas -
I St, ti anon of such citizens as C. co-oper-j the G. A: R., acted as installing officer ty's superintendent, and in his happy I I do all in their power to make the meeting I "Oak Farm." This play is a rat- settled, he emigrated west and, '
'I' .Lois, P. A. Vans Agnew, M. Katz Jno. for both the Post and the Circle. and inimical way he thanked the mayor in their town exceed even the recent I'I tling good comedy, full of life and landed in the then unknown region,
f" M. Lee, Arthur E. Donegan, J. W'I Impressively and earnestly each of I And the people of Key West for the :I meeting in Key Went. I fun, and as it is presented entirelyby I beyond the Mississippi at the tenderage u
+ Lilly, R. D. Waring, W. B. Vicar was installed into his respective I'hearty welcome, and assured them that !I Most of those who went from Kis, home talent and for the benefit of of eighteen. Th entire section ?'1
Hf E. Swabey, H. G. Sciver, F. H. I duties for the ensuing year. the work they each were engaged in i l simmee went by way of Tampa and I the church, it ought to receive the I of the country lying between the great
4 we.-';'' Lawson, C. W. Dann, C. F. Johnson. I I I The good ladies provided u sump- made it a certainty {hat the hospitality : 't>oat to Key West. The trip down was I support of hosts of people of Kls.lm.1 I river and the Rockiei wa on* .vast ;
tri and others, whereby a Chautauqua I tous dinner and it is estimated that would be graciously accepted, and delightful, but we are told that there mee. Those who were I wilderness, unexplored and, unsettled
ufi Assembly will be conducted for aek at least two hundred people enjoyedthe thus together each part of the state was a mighty sick bunch of educators attend the play given by the league save by the savage tribe of Indiana, I
w on the' lines of work of the : repast. Everything that palate would work for the common good. on the return trip, as the sea wee' last year will remember with pleasure Two lonesome trail, penetrated ,the
+ essions of the Mother Chautauqua 'I could wish seems to have been pro- The annual address was deliveredby I rough and the appetites fled like bad the ability with whiFh it was ren- great West, one known a* the Sal
fon beautiful Chautauqua Lake, New vided, and the universal opinion is Prof. W. N. Sheats, state superintendent -I boys from the city marshal. It is dered. Practically the same cast will I Lake trail and made by the Mormon, '
tk'ae I York. Kissimmee is therefore to have I that the dinner was replete in every of public instruction. This I even said that some of the most sedate present "Oak Farm" this year, and and the other known a* the SantaFe
a real chautauqua, which is intended : detail. After dinner a social time address was helpful and inspiring, and prim of the company silently that in itself guarantees a fine even- I trail.

1y' ke made an annual occurrence..1 was enjoyed with the features of a showing breadth and earnestness. !I and almost audibly, said things not : ing's entertainment. The young people Col. Mathewson thus became, one of
Thl. 1rt5'u. !ment is prompted by the (tamp-fire Stories and anecdoteswere Many excellent papers followed pretty to the innocent porter when he are to be congratulated for the [the first if not the first of the original' I' y
ante generous spirit that has characterized I told and many review of olden prominent among which may be mentioned I kindly told them that dinner was labor they have placed upon this play, pioneers and frontiersmen. In th y
?f fv everything done for the fur- I times took the members back to stirring I those of Dr. Montague president -i ready. May they always remember i and for the fact that they can so I sixty or more years since that lime i
thering of community interest and the I days When departing time of Columbia College, Lake City : that there is no rose without the nicely demonstrate that Kissimmee ,. he has had a varied and exciting
of community life. There voted the occasion of the Flor- has talent to the best. j
b upbullding ; came every one one and Dr. Conradi, president i thorn. equal rareer. All of the other pioneers
I'.I are others who will gladly join in this long to be remembered.The ida Female College at Tallahassee : Those from Kissimmee who attended I The following cast of character. who later were associated with, hint
enterprise as the opportunity pre- i following officers were installed Prof. R. E. Hall, superintendent of 1 the convention were, Supt. and Mrs. appear in "Oak Farm": who later assisted In the settlement -
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sents itself who could not be seen H. M. Porter, commander; Comrade public instruction of Dade county was W. J. Sears and son, Joe; G. W. Over- Mrs, .Sarah, Weatherby, Silas's wife of the great West, have passed. ".
at this time. The chautauqua spirit i Edward Lelond, senior vice com- elected state president for 1914. )street' member of the board of pub __ _____ __..Miss Alberta Jlopson. ''on to-the vast beyond.. CoL lathew-
U the broadening influence that is ) mander; Comrade George, junior vice Kissimmoe and Osceola county were lic instruction; Miss N. C. Bryan: MissCleo Donald Weatherby, Silas' eldest son son alone remains to tell the: ,,tale o(
' (helping} so many communities'. build! I commander; Comrade Eby, adjutant; honored by having Pro Sears chosenas ( Wooldridge, Miss Emma Futch, ?,___________u Mr. Earl Buzza those very early day, t ,-i bI I, '1
k' ...nTheir increasing advantages on the Comrade I II. Blenis, quartermaster; a member of one of the most im- Miss Albina Smith Miss Harriet Wil- Cynthia Warner, friend of the Weath- His claim thetitle of the>,Original
right sort of basis and form a foundation I Comrade Barrett, officer of the day; portant committees, namely the com- : ('OXMisR Justina Safford, Miss Clara erbys ____Miss Cecelia Overstreet I II Buffalo .Bill"'seems ,\b.ntonto +
that will bring to our midst I Comrade Martin Cosner, chaplain.The mittee to compile the school laws of i Stute, Miss Clara Ledbetter, Miss Ce Wellington Troy, a traveling salesman I have good 'foundation. \ ','Before'
ouch citizens as will be a real help I officers of the Sedgwick Circleare the state and to recommend needed celia Overstreet, Miss Ruth Clark, I ._ __ ___ u____ Mr. Melville Huff I "Bill' 'Cody wa*' .hootine..WaI_.' r
to the community. : Mrs. M. Cosner, president; Mis.D educational reforms. I Miss Betty Pherigo, Miss Joe Berta Saly Smart, child of a neighbor___ Col. -Mathewson wa beginning TO '
rq ( Real chautauqua assemblies presenta I \ Blenis, senior vice president; Mrs. Quite a number of the teachers took II Bryan, Miss Julia Hurst and Edward ___ ____ _____ Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman earn a national reputation' as''afear, ,
broad platform of moral, mental I };. Eby, junior vice president; Mrs. advantage of the side trip to Cuba, Newton. Jocelyn Spudge, the district .school less ,fighter and a daring pioneer, an->-
and physical education presented Jennie Sewell, chaplain; Mrs. Emily and spent a couple! of days in Havana i The St. Cloud teachers who attends teacher -______-_- L. U. ZimmermanJoel over the entire West his name;; wan
"' thro' the line of literature, music, art, Tatman, treasurer; Mrs. M. Stanley,, and surrounding country. Those who I I were, Prof. C. N. Carne., Miss Vera Weatherby, Silas'' youngest son known. To recite his experience
r lecturf'l'and' entertainment, with lines conductor; Mrs. Sarah Cohoon, guard. took this trip report a most excellentand 'Hargrave, Miss Fleda Doolittle and __________________ Glenn Buzza during these long year of strife and
of Bible study and physical education interesting time, enjoying every i Mrs. Cora L. Maine. Silas Weatherby, owner of Oak Farm hardship would I!be to, telP a.';story
folIowajL Hjly; all of which is pre- DISTINGUISHED minute of the time spent in the island ,..c.-_..__.. .___, Paul H. Marks I strange as\ romance itself,,' at storyj>
sented by means of twenty sessions republic, and seeing many strange' and! :NEW YEAR'S ENTERTAINMENTOn Jonathan Prune, the village postmaster : which, never can be duplicated'' be.' ,
full of the best talent that can be CANADIANS HERE wonderful things. .- ,........,-.....j_-t-,.... E. L. JohnsonDr. I cause'now civilization ha calmed the
procured in the special lines of I. .. Supt. Sears is enthusiasticabout the New Year's night a Very 'Inter Wilson Meredith, the village physician wilds jof the West and builtcitiesnII
J thought. This Is not in the form of convention, and remarked that while esting program of songs and recitations ' .._ Harold' Buzza town where once but wilderness; .pre:
dry lecture, but brightened by humor, SIR WILLIAM !MULOCII AND MR. he had attended many gatherings of a was rendered at the Baptist vailed. Col. Mathewson'slept'many S
enlivened by the best of music, and JUSTICE LATCHFORD OF TO- similar in nature, he considered this church. The audience was large and the spotwhere'
MACHINERY HERETO a night on very N
\ and so entertainingly taught as to l>e i RONTO WILL SPEND A one at Key West the best one he had appreciative and enjoyed the novelty the city of Omaha stand .Jot>> :a J
and relief attended Both from the stand of such entertainment. During \
I 'a feast of pleasure a great AT ever an DRIVE OIL WELL house nor a human 'was thereto\ be
from any monotony that may cometo '' MONTH THE point of pleasure and education it has I the service a missionary feature was seen. The first hut built'upon the site .
in small city. GRAYSTONE.Mr ; been excelled. lie also introduced and a profitable collection '
,_ a winter spent a never is profuse where now the thriving city of Wichita
the broad platform, of in his praise of the hospitalityof I was taken for that cause. Among ,
Wounded the colonel after
4 on EXPERTS NOW AT WORK SET. Is, was erected by
.- non sectarian and non-partisan I l"I Harry A. Hunter, president of the citizens of Key West for the I those taking part in the entertainment he had driven the Indiana from i A
thought;. on the solid rock of Bible the Hunter Land Company, arrived loyal and excellent way in which they (! may be mentioned the fpllowing\ : TING IT UP AND PREPARING the spot and over the line Into Indian ;
study, educational advancement, personal I here last Saturday. Mr. Hunter was provided for tha comfort and pleasure I Alia May Cummings, Mamie Pilley, ; TO BEGIN OPERATIONS Territory. .
helps, and clean entertainment, )'accompanied by Chief Justice the of nearly seven hundred visitors Lucy Pierce, Carlean Bryan, Marion One exciting experience of his life I
this movement makes possible for a i Honorable Sir William Mulock, K. C. who came to the convention.The I Miuitfer' Elizabeth I/e better., Clara came after he had built, a trading
{ small financial outlay to obtain M. G. and Honorable Mr. Justice oratorical contest which closed I Sue Ledbetter, Minkie Gardner, Sally I tribe
very I i the The well driving machinery belong post in the center of the Indian ,,
the advantages of the greatest minds I Latchford, both of Toronto, Canada.Sir the session wail one of unusual interest Ledbetter, Nancy Munn, Edgar ing to the ''Pennsylvania OiL.Company I just in the big bend of the Arkansas ,
and most advanced thinkers of the I William Mulock was knighted Every contestant acquitted Bryan, Frank Bryan, Arthur Gardner arrived here on Friday last, and has I river. When hostilities arose.and,the ,. '
and enjoy keeping with the times. of his himself with honor. Not one error J. C. Ledbetter, Thelma Gilbert. been the lake to Col. *
day many years ago on account transported across red men took up arms, Mathewso '
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e This i is not a financial experiment, eminent service ill connection with n.u Kissimmee Park, where it is i now being I found many exiting things to take'.
for it is entirely in the hands of the the establishment of the penny post- .. installed. The boring of tho well will up his time. At one time the govern*"
b. people of Kissimmee, and their pledge Age rate throughout the British em- A REAL LIVE I MISSIONARY TO start in'a few days. This is a first- ment employed him as Chief of Scout,,
of co-operation backed by financial pire1, at which time he was the postmaster SEMINOLESJN class oil boring rig and is capable of and in this capacity he acquitted him*: '
FLORIDA
BIG LEAGUE PITCHER
I'. support makes it possible.' No lines I( general of Canada. boring to a depth of four or five self with honor. He was well acquainted ,,
are drawn as to any affiliations. This The Honorable Mr. Justice Latch. thousand feet. The work will be with those early character, 4
is a community movement and for ;' ford was formerly a cabinet officer j rapidly pushed by Messrs. J. W. An: which hold place In American history.
:) the uplift of all. Any man or woman ; under the administrations of Honor LARRY CII AS"Y, OF THE ('II'- J= THE CITY THIS WEEK AS derson and F. G Popeney, expert oil He talks interestingly of Kit Carson '

"'f.f who has .proven their message to be I,able Mr. Hardy and George' Ross. CAGO NATIONALS VISITS : GUEST; OF MR. AND MRS. J. drillers.In and others who roved the vast West .
worth while because of the demand for There" distinguished visitors are at connection with this Mr C. W. in the days of lang ago. It i* also
its presentation, and the reception of the Graystone and expect to remainin KISSIMMEE. I M. WILLSON JR. Ward, the president of the company, interesting to know that those men; t'
', ..... it by the people, whether jt be a mes- I Kissimmee about one month. Sir invites and urges every stockholderin vho roughed It in the time of onus ,' -
'' aagein song or story; from the heart r William Mulock hopes to be able to It is not pften that tire eopl: ol i the company to attend the first ual trials, were men of true. morals,, M',
.. through the mouth, the fingers, the i formally open the new Kissimmee ihi city have tha privilege of loo'imr l The Rev. Dr. W. J. Coddm spent annual meeting of the stockholders, true principles, and true religion. >; t-3>,
I 1.1 halk, the piano, or whatever model 'club house on the completion of the at one of the big fellow who help I part of Wednesday and Thursday ir> to be held at the office of Judge G. Most of them never Joined a church >' n
:l presentation; that it gain the attention I structure.Mr. make oanehall history :in la.t com the city as the guest of Mr. anld I F. Kribbs in Kissimmee on Tuesday, hut imbedded in their big heart were ffe*,

of the people and they take' Harry Hunter will remain here pany. Such a privilege, however, Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr. January the 13th. the principles of real religion. The'yifelt
to their homes that which will brighten about two months and expects the was ours on Tuesday of this week, : that they owed their first allegiance -.
The doctor is in charge of the new '
and help home, church, school and I arrival of two capitalists .from Toronto when Larry R. Chaney, the effective I LECTURE 'BY REV. GEO. STUART to the Supreme Being of the nnJ. t ,
I mission for the Indians '
)Ir thus community, is welcome talent on or about the last of Febru and powerful pitcher of the Chicago' Episcopalian I, This lecturer of national reupta- verse and secondly they owed their'1'lives
located seventy miles due south of tv'j;
: on the great Chautauqua platforms I ary. National League "Cubs" came to Lake Okeechobee. tion will speak in Kissimmee, Satur- to their fellow men. They were _Ajj'fluV
yy:;: of the world and eagerly sought by town. Mr. Chaney was accompaniedby I day, January 24, at 11 o'clock, on the always ready to help anyone in dief t'
;: 'great audiences. These are the kind WATCH NIGHT SERVICE his wife and little boy, and also The duties of the mission so far "Trend of Thought." Mr Stuart has tress or sorrow. Col. Mathewson' #
t ;.),, of messengers we are to have on this, I by his grandfather, A. B. Chaney, I have been mainly directed to medical but few equals on the rostrum at the ambition was to go quickly to the alA /
4.1 Kissimmee8 first chautauqua assembly I A very interesting watch night ser who lives in Haines City. The big I attendance on the Indians, An officerof present time, and Kissimmee If ex of any human being who may have ",, ''
1 platform. Thus will be laid the vice was held in the Methodist church pitcher looked the climax of physical I the state board of health assistedby ceedingly fortunate that he is to been mistreated. Thus if the white man !
t uy foundation so strong that if the people lastf\ Wednesday night. The service perfection, being broad of the doctor, treated over two hun- speak here. was oppressed, thlre the colonel ya. *toi
It(. of the community wjll accord it begun at nine o'clock and wan con- tall and stout, and one shoulder'l)dred Indians for hookworm with very Found. fighting. If on the other hand r
r h their support with that of these citizens tinued until the old year died and understand why those clubs satisfactory results. -I aiy Indian was mistreated, his synvr.
1 j : a structure may be reared that the new began. The first part of the him have.-had reason to tremble. Of A small store is being run In con- tian church, says of the Rev. Jfr, pathles:werit.to'him, and side by.side, ,, 'rrl'i, i
will\ be a means of help and strength meeting included social feature when course, Mr. Chaney believes that the nection with the mission, and the doctor .. Stuart, "1 consider him one of thegreatest th'.tb., red 'man he fought for'ta\: \ ,, 4,
n :' to every citizen ,and every visitor who various games were introduced, after "Cubs" will capture the 1914 pennant, .is preparing to cultivate some platfdrm: speakers In Amen' principle. Amid the roma e .th\\ >y. . '
'' ;''f! comes to .our town,, which refreshments were served. As and surely 'If each member of the acres of ground as an object lessonto ca. Having heard him on many occasions' w.n. the hardship the' excitements ' ...
I: :; Kissimmee has the Lake of Beau the hour drew near for the death of team is as enthusiastic and. err proficient the Seminoles. He state that a / I do not hesitate to say that of those. pioneer days",wi'-"'mingled'' 1p(.
'I ty the citizens of progressive frame the year, devotional services were as Larry, there I. reason--to :number of Indiana are working on a thVse who rains hearing him will miss the .pure..softening and t.nd.rintloy, :
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'., it'.of' mind, the financial ability, and "very held, and the meeting was dismissed believe that they will be strong contenders 'small railroad from Everglade .11'the dne of the greatest treat of their epees of true religion. 1\\' '" '" (II. \
advantage needful to make tMr'enterprise at.midnight with a*feeling of roriou for, the honor. Mr.-Chaney !who coast to Deep Lake. The doctor live: I trust he will,have a house \N.V;.after, 'so many 1M'f.t"' '
:' ,t. a great annual mid-winter ness because of the solemness of the 'will spend some time in Haines City, ,left Thursday morning for St. Petersburg -- full to'near. his great address." and;Intense living, the colonel is'enJoying' -;. ..-J'
;f" occurrence, that will draw 'to our occasion"but with determination to. and wit then go to Tampa, where the where he is,to, lecture before -....- ., the1 re.i and quiet.of our,little'fjtJ J
''f. laidsttnanyr;,people>> ', of,' high-minded make 1914,.better year in each life entire team will do the.".prinl'"train the woman' club on his work in the 'Mrs.: Anna G.VTangusry of Gbh;: city] and we Join In'wishing bin 'maD'; ?>. .."t a ''.

,. r 'and. "helpful;.thought.,and ,,clean, char: I than ,the preview OM.I jlng. I, Everglade. ca'go is in. ''our;v town for a few._ :days 0,1',-" more.year*.,of'well. 'earned. .,'iestr"i'w. '!' .

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Kissimmee's steady knocking i fa as'.an e ector.'an true," The supervisor COMMISSIOHKMS', 'HALM Or HRAb. RSTATH:. .
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III gradually: knocking the barnacles from of registration'.of each county Under. and br virtue of a d cr.o< of ,. .

*IS d'BRYANATTpRNB II ApopkaK. Orange Center,.. Go ,to It,. boys, we !has the ,power'to'-appoint'' ;many Circuit.Courts and order 1'erklns.of aaJa JudKO rendered Judicial by .,.- 'h'I' ....,.. I v't. > .

lor *''' deputies as he may.deem necessary or of the H v nlh\ \
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1 t4W, Circuit. State of Florida In and for t. ,., ;
:. 'E.,' Hyde -..hc; iucceede l L. 0.j, J., C..: JUjfney., and 'family of. Ave advisable.The Usceola County, and issued out, of saidCourt II \ jJ.f

''f White .s:' conductor 'on., the tun lbeoo.jtween I settled In Orange Center''' this, week.Mrs. supervisor of registration shall rflnJ la ,a:,cause O'Uerry therein Is complainant pending I ,, II II ; '\: /.; "t'

tlhySPJEe4LRIN4eIN) 'Apopka .:and KUtimmee; ,. willlocate111s..familyheree j ;M.'L. WlIsoith- her daughterand Inquire of each'' person,, under oath and us dlrtict.d.' Me' Smith-defendant the" d' ,.d and oommlSMloneirs to- '1',1

; ** aoon. .ae.a l two son became residents. of Orange who applies'! for the purpose'of being t In Chancery: duly appoint + "
'ABSTRACT -'CentirihU& ', MrT Wilson reel.terod'wb nnecelsa1'7.and: enter -by.the Said Court, will sell to the ,
suitable I place I can be secured In whichto :' 'weekv' ; highest bidder for cash, at public auction 4 ; 'i? ,
1 AND live !U on' the road'with their stock. and. tile following information as to such at the front door of.the Court I I, ..,.. \ '
House In Klaslmmee, Osoeola. County lJ*
TITLE 1 E. J. Osbome, the popular proprietorof j household foods. person in the general county register Florida, on & q ,,r,'
WORK FEBRUARY 114
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,. I the famous Weklwa Springs hotel, Meyers Klnney, Texas during the hour" of legal sale, the following _

*TATB BANK. "1.*LDO.i I Iwaa In town Tuesday j was a pleased visitor to; Orange Cen- which such person resides In Osooola described County, real Florida estate, the situate. ?

. ''of,4. <. '.' _.u t.- G.. S. ,Fleteher'hes-'r'eturned', to-his; ter.thlawsek.. Ha.left for a southern .. .Ji, ,His regiatrstlon..*.umber. . o-A said , J. V. OTUrry proper.ly The Jlumbet.otlr ,.:

OAOOOOOOOi0000000dl I home In Meeker Colorado after a trip after which life expects to 2. The date of his registration. and to-wit of: said dafendant. R. Moo'' B. Smith., response the columns to my of 'the reIn

_ {I month's pleasant visit with the fain- return to Orange Center and' improve 3. His full name. The Southwest Quarter of the Northw".1 has been very gratify!: 8
'" -:- lily of his brothe'rhere.. Quarter of Section thirty-three,
llU his place here. 4. His political affiliations. township twenty-six R. Range twun- now have a splendid list r
fr. .o oo.ooo..oooooo..oTHE I Lillian and Mabel EldredgeI
I returned Misses last Wednesday to DeLand I, Mr. Cassity, spent Tuesday in Kis- 5.Leave a blank space in ''which the ty-nlno appurtenances, E., with all thereunto the hereditamentsand belongIng part of It is that I exp I 1 j

# where they have resumed their'"studies simmee buying supplies for his new inspector' of election shall enterin and :every right, -tltlo, Interest and number of properties cli '
I claim legal or equitable, of the saidJ. very soon. ,
.'.if '\ in Stetson University.Miss :i house in Section 28. the precinct register the poll tax F. O'lterry and or the said 11. M. B. , ,
ManhattanHotel Anna Coates of Gadsden Ala.! E."lj. Sforrey' 'who was with us a number of"' each elector when he has I Smith of.' In or to the same. Many of my Canadian f
? was the guest during the holidays of i Jno. M. Lee. '
; III" Mrs. Alfred Elclredjfe. I, few weeks back has returned to take voted. I H. II. H"11 .'.
.- -..- - -- I. I. Turner, the barber who wan charge of the Pines. Mr. Morreywill His business or occupation. O. F. Krlbtx. II. Jenkins.OommlHsloners.Solicitor. . week of their intention to

j severely hurt last week by being I II .I take care that everything is in 7. His age in years. l-4t. early in the New Year anthem '
Attention to
Special be are coming with the I.,.
I thrown from a horse, is able to .
first-class and tourists His color.
shape cater to 8.
/ buying if I advise them to r. tdt
the Public about again, much to the delight of OHDKH OK !'! Hl.lfATION. ,
Troiyeling hill friends here. who want a nice quiet place to, spenda 9. The state or county of his na 't' r n
many Wed of their winters.Mr. IN CIRCUIT COUNT, STATIC OF KI.OK- My new farm home (is Jus J t
from and wife left part tivity.
Just across) the nquare Mr. Thlmblcbce IDA HKvioNTii JII; >"' AI. (:lit.CUIT. .
/4..'&,;.. L. DepotKISSIMMEE nesday for Orlando where they ex- I Matheson left last week fqr 10. If naturalized the time, place OSCUOI.A! COUNTY. east of Erskine Heights .
nr North Kissimmee where
I
of the IN <;i *\'( KHV.AIIB ,
remainder "
FLA. pect to spend the North Carolina to accept a position and court of naturalization or declaration |<> M.-.t>." <
winter. *. ...
mill right with a large flour mill. I as evidenced by the legal vN. "0" I .0. Hrlrmamnt. to about propi;, i
; Messrs. Vvbbott and JuKger, have an (: proof I by affidavit appended see me personally any ,
gone to Wauchula where they haveinvented | Miss Hatlie remains in Orange Cen- thereof exhibited by such person. Jtth'Ppbi:; l't: In the above-stated erties they may want me' to show to
, 1 I calico that John I'. Jones the defendant my Canadian friends. 1'..
in real estate. i ter. 11. His postofnce address at the therein named IH a nonresident of

It trip J. to W.Orlando Kldredge Monday made a business Jas. Bass is our registration super time of his registering, and, in cities the United stain States of Florida, over the and age\Is resident of twenty-of it may be' interesting;: to some tow l'7'

Mrs. Howard Van Diek the returned I visor for this the 13th precinct ofI and towns having streets by specify-i lone years; It la therefore ordered that know that I am the party who induced! 1'1, .
nonresident defendant bn Mr. Smith the '
TILLER and he
I M. missionary from China, is in Or- i I Orange county. The books will remain ing the name of the town or city the l Is h to appear to the kine Heights present owner of '

lando this week lecturing in the interest !I open until March 2nd.Narcoossee. street or other location of or dwelling bill of e'n l f :.lt"111., In said cnusecu.or Farm to come to
-simince and it I
before Monday, the 2nd was who sold him
I Real Estate Agency. day of February ,
4a ; of foreign missions. ,, place of such person, with the numberof A. I). 1914, otherwise the alleffatloiiM I old Jim Miller place for $ ; '

............................. Roy his Geiger; mother.spent the holidays herewith such dwelling, if the same has a I of by said Maid bill defendant.It will l>o taken. as confessed told Mr. Smith that I would En'i''i'1

Is further ordered that this order I take to improve the property so ,
; Realty bought and sold. S. W. Stewart has sold to Swick & II ] ,descrip-tion I ; l 100 published' once a week for fourconsecutive I it would be worth double the
worth of beef .
Co., of Orlando, $1,000 weeks In
place as can readily ascertained the KlKslimnce in a year's time. It is
less than
i Houses rented.
Deputy Sheriff/ Harod and James I Valley Uacette, a newspaper published a year : : '
I and identified. In said and since the deal was put through and I $1'
Taxes paid and Titles ver- ySheriff/ I Harod and James county State. .
Deput last A party of young people of this 12. The fact whether or not he is i This 20th December 1913. have turned the grove and farm over
in Clurcona
ified for non-residents. Fletcher Fridayon
were J. U
? OVEHSTUEET.
I place held New Year at the I to the owner to the who has
a owner
party
"'" Accident Insur&nce. business. able to write his name and mark his (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
; ; Fire Life and home of Mr. J. Keene at the old Hy AMISS M. JOHNSTON. given me a letter to the effect that _
r Karl Reed who has l>en employed I saw ballot, and if he cannot do both then LEWIS O'IIRYAN, Deputy Clerk. he will not take less than $25,000 for
as a clerk in the McLeod grocery mill. the nature of such Solicitor for Complainant. 2-4t
Bonds. disability must be it and is not anxious to sell at
Indemnity any
|II IIS.H.BUftOCK store here for some time past, expects I Robert Montsdoca Enoch Tyson entered. pr'e.That's! ?
to lemove to Plymouth withina nV
NOTlrK APPLICATION TO APPLY
few days where he takes a position I Leslie Rhodes and Henry Montsdoca 13. Such person shall then next KOH A ClIAItTKIt.To : .

with the government experiment sta I have gone to Whittier to work on following: his oath sign his name in Whom It Mar Concern the way I do things. r

the railroad. Notion Is hereby given by the undersigned -
new
tion.Dr. the presence of the supervisor of registration of their Intention to apply to Does anybody else own : r
J. W. Minkler has. his new boatready
I H. II. Hull has opened his new in the general rigister upon I he Honorable Jam.'V.. Perkins, Judgeof they want to sell ? Send particular
and it will
to receive the paint
the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial -
I t .shortly be launched upon the surface i I' meat market, ')which' has just been he same line where the preceding information Circuit of the State of Florida.
I lakes that abound completed.Jacob In and for Osceola County on the led
of some of the I I is written and the toAlf.
supervisor day of February. A. 13. 1914. at I 1.>el..and.Florida .
REAL ESTATE in this part of the state I Young and J. B. Howser have ", shall then sign his own name upon or wherever the said Court W. La
11. M. T. Anderson is. able to be out bought the Caroline Tindall may be on said date.. for the Incorporation
.NNNaNaNNINSURANCE* grove the same line, and add remarks ,
I
1 again after a few days. illness of any not for prolof a social clubto
across the lake and expect to make required] or appropriate thereto for b<- named the HART MKMORIAI. Late Manager Erskine
; grippe. CHAI'TKIt OF THE AMERICAN WO r
Mr. Truesdale and family have re- extensive. improvements on the same. the information of the inspectors of MAN'S LEAGUE. the purpose of which Heights Farm Box
145
K. B. Moore is preparing to erect I H. II. Hull is treating his house to election. I I IH to promote social Intercourse. among ,
f Examination of Titles a | .... Its members tinder. proposed Charter '
i J spending several days. in our city. I i a coat of paint. I 1) K. Proper is do- I which la now on ale In the office of Kissimmee, Fla.
i I Both he and his wife expressed themselves 1MOTIOK OK AI'I'I.K. 'ATIO'V FOIL TAX I he Clerk] of the Circuit Court In and ,
ie e as being highly pleased with ling the work. "":iI'n: "NI''':'' SI'-.CTION 1\74 A 1M1 for said Osceola. County.

[ Specialty. | Apopka and expect to return herelater j f' Samuel J. Entriken from Parker arts Till(;
CorresDondence Solicited. to buy property and make their Ford, Pu., is stopping at Runnymedc n. 1913. A. Ordls.._ Providing for tae. R* m.latloa .
.
I In. TC'by "given that M. l lTl I' I MRS CI of Theaters, I ...1..* Show
- {, home. | hotel while making arrangements to ml nil. piirrliani-r of Tax Oertlm-ate MRS PI: JJ..rI K.8'WiNN. and. all 8..... ..,...... ef Public AS..*.
II. H. Witherington ami R. L. build on his possessions at Lake Hart. No. 970. dated] the "th flay of Jun,. A. MRS W. J STATLER CARR. meat In the City .1 Klsslssk.ee. Kltir.Be .
*' Howard made a business trip to San- 1 D 1897. has. tiled MR\I\ l certificate In my MRS J. M. IKR. 'd.
h, ford a few days ago, the trip being j J. B. Mouser leYt Tuesday for office, and has made uppllcntlan for MARY K AITI..TMAN, It ordained by the City Council or
tax deed to iHHUf In accordant'** with 1':. C nuLI-OCK. \
made by auto. 1' cost Proof to look after his orange law ANNIE U. CARSON. IhhIIIYro :I'hr.rr:: exhibit In rr c. W. GRJFFIN The old city council held its last I grove, which he recently purchasedI Said cortlflenU' embraces the fnllowhig 2-41 theater moving picture show or olherV-
session night and adjournedsine described property situated In 0..- place of public amusement or enter-/ .
r/ Monday : I Chan. Montsdoca. .'"In County. !Florida, to-wlt: lalnment. In the City of KlistmmeoJ/
die after which the newly elect- Lot number Fourteen (14). Lot number Oklawaha Nurseries have the only Florida, any obscene' lewd, lascivious
Staple and Fancy ed officers were sworn in and an ad- | Alurgo crowd is expected from Fifteen ((16). and the South half known of or filthy picture, moving I ; picture, vau
early variety Grapefruit,
Cincinnati of Lot number Sixteen (16) of the
taken unt'IV11ext Monday Wednesday to Iturinvmede indecent
journment
+ I Florida] Agricultural] Company's Subdivision ;
i Conner Prolific. Get them from Ok
night without transacting any kind [, hotel. of Section Thirty-two ((32)). pictorial any prlie
\ GROCERIES: : of business. Township Twentyfive(25) South lawaha Nurseries Tangerine, Fla. fight: or : :.atlnpuo: lI tinder
Matthew Hale and family have foa Mrs. Ray Stickney and mother, of Range Thirty-one (31) Bast. The said Write for 2-4t whatever name. shall upon conviction t
. St. Cloud, made a visit friends lots being I assessed at the date of Issuance catalog. be lined not more than 100.00 or imprisoned
new wire fence around his lot on II among of said certificate, In the name not mroe than three months *
Y . Central avenue and Second street. j here Saturday.C. <.r !Florida Home Plantation Company or both at the discretion of the Court. t*

j Free Delivery I. to all Parts Editor T. M.-Byars made a business I W. Bruns has started shipping Unless according said certificate to law tax shall deed bo redeemed will .Issue - CHICHESTER b PILLS November Read a first 4th. time Kit In and regular read sessWm a second t

trip to Orlando last Saturday. to Cincinnati thereon on the 30th day of January MRAND.Y A time In regular session December2nd
i otthe'City L. II. Burdick has begun to erect oranges again. A. D. 1914. hN.\I.ML.I.:.A.a/UlI1IU :.:::jl: b 1911, and P.. dvJ.nTm session.
.
r his new 'house on the land recently Witness my hand and official a"A.Ial Im u.a tad ".!* .,aloe 0 Attest: J. n $, .
Klsslmmee City. Florida. 1..... _l.d ... Bins Rase J. R. GILBERT. President of
purchased through the American MUSTREGISTfROR (811.1). this Slst day of December, [ T... .. _. B. (Seal) Con oIL r 'irJ4

:"- .., .. ,. ._. .i'LT Realty Co. of Apopka and will move A. J.D.-I.191, OVRRSTHKBT.*. OIAyaND: .1 17s4ND' II'1LL1.It,5.t .M C .Approved-D. 1(11. this Ith flay of December
into same as soon as it Is completed; y..Nm..r sr4&6hAINtlr/a :
Wfcat' in 'the difference,between. sheep Only few more days until the new LOSE THE VOTE Clerk ola Circuit County Court.FI rld.Osea2'6t > )LD BY DRUGGISTS( ( EVEKYWHERE' It-It JAMBS W. LJLLT.>>a'ol't .i.

'In nastare and in oir'shopTrv hotel will be ready for the furnitureand -- .
1

L. fixtures.O. White and family left last NEW PRIMARY LAW REQUIRES A.

Monday evening for Orlando, where THAT ALL VOTERS REGISTER I,:

Mrs. White will spend a few days EVERY TWO YEARS. I ':'J
) visiting while Mr. White goes directto \
Port to take his run between -
Tampa
1 that point and Sanford. I Under the new primary law sweep- I

The Apopka High School beganits I ing changes are made in the matter of 1-

: work again Monday after a twoweeks' ,,[ registration. Among these changesare

jA:41 vacation, with a full attendance : 1 GOOD HARDWARE

several new pupils being en- Naming his party affiliation/ and utI .-
,
rolled for the spring term on the firstday.
i I taching his signature to the official .

Harry Clark and wife of Chautauqua register of electors will be among the

J N. Y., arrived New Year's dayto requirements demanded of each voter
spend the winter here and have FOR THAT HOME
when he applies for registration undera .
begun housekeeping in the Clark cottage -i -
on Central avenue and First St. ,. new law passed by' the last legislature -

"+ r J..t the Rem.! James Foley of Charlottesville Ind., which provides that every voterin

was a visitor here last Friday looking the state shall register every two
..
jt: .
-.,.* for an investment in an orange
(! years.

I', grove.A cold wave has swept over this I The new Jaw says that the county 'I

4 part of the state during the past few registration books for each election rq :

".., Its "Sheep" on the range days.Matthew district shall be open on each week day .0 :

'';; 'And on the Hill tops, here for Hale the and winter family season have and located from 9 a. m. to 12 m. and from 2 p. GE ( t a /f i ,

t : ,"Sheep" in the pastures probably will make Apopka their ,' m. to 5 p. m., and one night each week It" 4

permanent horn They came to until 10 o'clock, at some convenient

,:.1, f' But here, its Mutton tiiops' "Florida from Kentucky some two place in each election district in each 'I(' .'

,[ 't' months ago and stopped at Tavares from the first in January
f. ... '. county Monday -
,, decid- I
"; but after visiting Apopka they

:tJ. If you should call for "SheepChops" ed locate.that here is the place for them to March, 1914 1914! to and the biennially first Monday thereafter in' The hardware.. is but a small item in the o..e :'

f we would be apt to Rev. Geo. D. Reeves preached his from the' first Monday in February to whole of I whole
cost building but there's
first sermon for the new year at the a a
smile Ask for Mutton Chops. the first Monday in March for the registration ,
5i" *) church last beforea .
Methodist Sunday
f yoWill; find them nice for a large audience who were delightedto of all persons who are legally lot of difference between buying the bestbuilders' 'jIi

have him returned as the pastor qualified to register. Each district

. 1fI- tttP'fo for another year. During his minis- registration officer shall post notice in hardware for your home and some C
" -. .;.::. try here Rev. Reeves has endeared ,
1 at least three public places within his
'
\. himself to our people and they were cheaper kind. .
. delighted when he was returned to election district, stating the place and _
) the where he will have
building
them. open
l ; Ore I'' ffRUlLBASS f: MARKET r There is several cases of cholera the registration books. The difference in cost between good' and bad r

t ,:.' among around stock Apopka hogs and In some the have country lost No person unles sexempt under the locks, for instance, is very small, but there's '
'
; 'i. ,: ORDIA BASS, Manager several head of late. ARGUS. I III ,I provisions of law relating to gen-eral a great difference in satisfaction. Cheap
elections, shall be permitted to vote

at a primary election who shall have goods are a continual source of worry and

II Orange; CenterDear II failed to pay at least on or before the annoyance, and it will pay you when figuring : x

.t0000000000. 000000000.1 second Saturday in the month preceding -
'
that home to here and the
t 'I the day of such election his poll on come get

Gazette: taxes for'two years next preceding the best.Ve are prepared to furnish the '

)tsprigg-'F: lemin1g We presume these few dark cool year in which such primary election very best. in builders' hardware at prices

days are given us in contrast to our shall be held. Nor shall any person

.: \ CLEANING;* .'. usual weather, that we may more appreciate be permitted to vote at any such elec- that you will .find satisfactory. -

)i PRESSING, N1t" the ultra extreme delightfulness tion who shall not have registered during
r. <
:;r; 1 DYEING a !' 1t of our Florida, dime The cold'l the period the registration books OSCEOIA: HARDWARE: CO.
'
> 'W, damp day we are having a* are required to be kept open next pre.cldlug'the :,

1.f: 'f\ REPAIRING'tsar written may give some the "gloomi- day of. said election.:;
\ ritus but there Is nothing cookingin KISSIMMEE "The Favorite Store" FLORIDAr :
>< The following oath will be printed in .
..', "' Word '"> "my'honsi e.4 cloth.. that line around Orange Center. each registration book: ", having '
.
be ..lJICIIOP u4 r.t ne4.f \
; 'p '
if. /: Our people'. know that. bade of those been.first duly worn, ay..'upon?oeth, .... I. .''j .
S+ '9'. oatl clouds,.Is round bright entered; ,. 'l"i. ";
?; ttt' ,, .s a great big-. ; that the statement .her* eppo- .!

':" .... ... . .,...... .... .'.' .. sun 'still .shining.. Jfe'my name, as to my qualifications "
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,:\;, ..: .- ." "...1FOUND.IN\ : ., THESE"COLUMNS.ti ". qRTJtERN' CITIESREr I .. .. \ '/ .'. ,
4., PORTED BARE OF ORANGES ..'
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Advertising under this head costs, S cents AGAIN RESUME N\\ % Gl*
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;' per line each insertion minimum 25 cents, i OPERATIONS.- .. -. .A ., -,'< **,.. te.*.- -*'ai\N. tf 1L IV **].

six words making an average line. r"" -- I .
FLORIDA CITRUS. SHIPMENTS .At

\ . Classified Advertisements not having name Cara moved last week _.. 322 0

:;, signed thereto and those from out of town Cara moved week before last_ 1,232Total' !Ii t

I 1 must be accompanied by the cash. Saturday cars moved.to last_1. 10,230 !Ii

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ooooo..ooooooooooo..oo. I Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 2.-The

I. CLASSIFIED .. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 4P orange shipments up' to the present m ;t' ,

IN FLORIDA 0 time out of the state is probably 45 "
ADVERTISINGfive 00000000000000000000000000The Gainesville Sun! says that one per crop cent and to grapefruit.50 per cent shipments of the entire will m. George Blackstone Irving,; 'a J;lecturer.;of, 'natios 1"

Cents Per Line of the best things of New Year's day'In aggregate about 65 per cent of ''
this I >
the State University City was the year's crop. Up to ana including: 'prof'} :
Insertion. .
(ach
.
T .. -- service held at the Presbytreian Saturday the total movement of citrus a "My Town/; : .In.-. r :
to hold the fruit since 15 wait
church where we are < September ,
-_ FOR SALE. Christian Endeavor conversion: April 10,230 cars. Contrary to all expectations sage of which he states is i ; Buy at: Home'.' Tbe! 1' '

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sale 24-S for
FOR SALE-Residence lots Mass. board of trade awarded Irvin f fa -
cash or time no interest, no taxes starting in right there for the local ers in the state opened their packinghouses Springfield [ ] .\ ; :, ',
for. Cheap for quick sale. of convention means a last week as the markets in y; '
until paid tting our prize of $500 for the best plan submitted, for -) '
524tFOR promoting
Geo. F. Parker. great deal as to the degree of successwe almost every section of the country I 95 /

SALE-Five acres of land and a have,in.such sessions. I had cleaned 'up and the demand for I the interests of their city. He,!has, studied the:;: ./
four-room house in Pinedale. Will The December number of the Flo- (fruit particularly oranges, was good, x

give bargain to sell quick. Ad- /Ida, School Herald published monthly This; together with the ideal cool I subject in this country and abroad. Consequently:he,:; i1.{,
dress Box 172 Kissimmee, Fla. 62tf_{during the school term at the State "eather for two weeks, was a good I
knows what he is about and"the ' ..f.
I WILL SELL my store, building and Deaf and Blind school, meant more chance to "make hay while the sun I writing. followingquotations ? : :
I ttf us because of the recent visit to shines," so that the movement will be make 'the ; '
advertisement for
stock of'general and up-to-date merchandise doing everything !t/is excellent place of learningIeam19' heavier than anticipated. a? j a strong : Buy- .

new of Christian Endeavor, besides Most of the oranges this week will i !Ii ing-at-Home movement '
fine business but other interests require : I,
students. Almost be moved under refrigeration I
usual things taught as I
my attention. M. M. Monohan, '
Davenport,,Fla. 48-tf every pupil of the over one hun- heavy rains wore experienced during "Every citizen of a community, farmer, laboring man; professional '
dred and their teachers, meet every the latter part of last week. This factcauses I their
man-each and all owe a heavy debt to townAl +
Onion Plants, :
FOR SALE-Bermuda Sunday evening in the societies conducted many heavy shippers to believe !
Address T. L. together too citizens are objects of charity fron'their fellow '
$1.00 1,000. many
per separately for the deaf and it advisable to protect all fruit with j
Stewart; Orange Center Fla. l2tFOR blind departments of the institute. iteration. !Ii citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments'' without .; ,' 's '

SALE OR TRADE-20 acres St. Augustine is a remarkable city I The cool weather, with rains in YI! giving value received." -,', '. '

five miles north of Loughman in K many respects and this is ono of I I I most every section has been of inestimable yi! "A resident of a town should' always patronize that:business.in
Osceola Grove 180 trees, ,;
100 7 years county.old; two houses one them. I benefit to the crop, bringingout x! his community, the oWI er of which resides there, in preference to''
built in Dec. 1912. 60,000 feet pine Among the many choice and appreciated -:'I the color and in sections where
that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This principle
timber 8 acres land improved. remembrances coming to theC. I trees needed rain the fruit has not *
Trade for Kissimmee real estate or E. secretary in holiday days wasa only taken on color rapidly but has increased I applies to every line of business. ,
ell for cash. John W. 51-5tpd Hogan unshine box" from the Congrcgatin the fruit to more desirable "So widespread is the principle of home investment that'the' ,

Loughman, Fla. l workers of West Palm Beach sizes. !x German Empire has organized a crusade against American:bonds' '

FOR SALE-Motor boat, 30x8%, 16 ntaining gifts from over a dozen I I On the Jacksonville market fruit urging that home interests need all local capital. ?!i: The general ,

in. draft See, 12 Saunders h. p. engine at this; at office.a bar tf- /houghtfuj friends. Last year they i was in good demand during the holi- manager of the International Harvester Company told', the writer Y'

gain. shared generously in the over-state I days and reports from all southern I that it is more difficult to introduce their products in :;Germany< : ...
FOR SALE-F rrm of 10 acres 3- .urprise of the fine Underwood markets show an increase in the con- J-
room house 7 acres cleared and chine, and for 1911 sent just .ma-j sumption. Orders were being placed than in any other nation. "When a nation. acts, this, .w.ay'I 11..not significant ,!I .

fenced 2 acres fine young grove reminder as in the celebration days'I as late as December 23, and the express lesson for towns ? !Ii :'

just coming into bearing. W. N. just over. movement during thefew days !Ii I'
Jones, Loughman, Fla. 2-tf Mayor and Editor McKay of Tampa preceding Christmas was enormous. x Yes, it is a significant lesson for this very community.HOTEL ,

and its Tampa Daily Times urgesa One prominent fruit distributor !fifi
FOR SALE-20 acres hajf\ cleared nice closer relationship between fathers who makes a specialty of express ship- '.
fences, fair house .
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young grove ) This is surely -
and their sons. a ( ments to southern markets, declared
some crops now growing; terms good improvement for 1914, but whata that it was the best holiday trade that uooooo..oooooo..oo

reasonable. J. H. .Halley, Lough- pity it is that some fathers do not he had had in years and that if busi- I .
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man, live the moral lives they wish for ness continued improving during the : r r''' ..f>.... '.1'l ..-.; .
their should wish for them month of it would be '. '. .' ".
.; .y, MUST BE SOLD-One piano one sons or January, a \.w.
r; :,,, tool grinding machine, one feed and "Following In our footsteps" is a ser. record breaker ;. MANHATTAN 'ROU..BASS MARK1Cf F. :1'{.
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\ ., bene cutter, very cheap} Corner! ious thing'contemplate for womenas Indications are that the majority of ,'''..f, ,,,: G. B.Poe., Prop >,/' '''"'.\.N'\; ', *'''\ : \. '.
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: ," Summer and. Bermuda avenue. 2-2p well as for men, but it is a realityto markets are practically: bare of fruit I : Acrou from A. C. I.. StatioB FneL'',Meat. 'of"lJ ,EiaM, :;:1It..ic" . ..
;. some day be held responsible for. and fruit shipments during Januarywill "
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MISCELLANEOUS. The next convention for central district be heavy.-The Packer. -
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is to be held in Tavares, wherein !Ii H. C. STANFORDtOMPANY '
WANTED-Pupils for piano or organ. the Congregational church are excellent PICKING MOTHER'S GIFT Dry Good, dotku g.Bad Sheet, CLARK w /j G ''i!
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address Mrs. V. ,
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: Call on or "What about?" : ""'
Young .People's and Junior I are you studying we Famishing and NotiomiDUTTONHARR1S "
B. Dombaugh 21 Sumner St. 51-tf !fi '.
societies. I asked our friend.
ROUGH LEMON SETS for sale $16 Everybody ought to like to see I "I'll tell yo-u," he admitted. "Our !fi !1 Real Estate '
per thousand. Henry W. Smith dear old mother's !fi -,
editors enjoy "the comforts of life, I birthday comes to-
Fla. 61-12tpd I CO. -
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I and to the C. E. press superintendent morrow, and we are trying to think !fi .
LOST-Ads placed in the Valley Gazette i the most interesting picture of "Kiseimmee's I I what sort of a gift will please her !fi SHOES :

have found more articles for Handsome Homes" seriesin best. Have you anything to suggest? !fi 106 Broadway ";
kind WATERS A CARSON GROCERY
other
the than one :
owner any
of publicity. Five cents per line. the Valley Gazette is that of Janu- I She is seventy-five years of age." !fi $ \
ary second and the home of its editor "Why not give her a beautiful Bible COMPANY . s
WANT ADS in the Valley Gazette KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
f r. W. B. Harris. I ? we asked, with an access of good
are the means of selling and rent- How societies will observe sense. Everything for the H.... I :

ing property when all other means next Sunday many as Miss Margaret Lewis I "We thought of that," answered the !Y J. E. Rush., Muuftr. --U 'fIi ; ay

., -fail.-- Try- it- once.---6-cents, --a-line.-. State Quiet Hour superintendent, requests dear son, shaking his head and smil- Y; REALTY COMPANY "
NELSON 1 .
if OR RENT. in her message sent direct to ing. "I suggested it myself, in fact < )
each church having a Young People's but the other members of the family !Hi No. 9 Oarlnftoa A..... \\I;

.. FOR RENT-Two furnished connect- organization of the C. E. (white) thought that we'd better give her !Ii C +y
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ing rooms, with use of bath. 113 Union? You ought to do it and then something useful.-Cleveland Plain Yi 9; .

Main St., Mrs. M. M. Armor. 2-tf let her know the results. $ 1 cYi

Now some personal mention toI Late Grapefruit for April to J.ly !Ii _ D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE
for rent, opply to M.
DWELLINGS I market assured the Bowen F. IL LAWSON .
Tiller. show that your state officers are planter of AGENCY t I
real live people. President Wyandt Florida Standard and Marsh Seedless !Ii Cask Sure '
r. >i.' FOR RENT-.;jomtortai bed room, varieties. Sold reasonable prices for '
; when not busy in pastorial duties at : i 10 Broadway ;
centrally located. Large porch. 6 the United Brethren church of Union I A No. 1 stock at Oklawaha Nurseries, $ y; .{

Brack St. J. W. Prentii. 42-tf Center, near Kissimmee, just now Tangerine, Fla. Write for catalog I!Ii ill f

i'j.: 1&' FOR RENT OR SALE Two-sto-y making syrup at his home Lake Mag- 2-4t HUNTER LAND CO. '*;!
; t J. store building on Brack St., North dalene, a suburb of Tampa. 'Miss x
Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford V9-tf! Real Estate
.,--u. t. Ruth Wyandt the president's daughter ..
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and our junior superintendent, "
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FOR SALE-Signs to advertise prop- '\ ; tYI
commenced the year well; she writes: !Ii $"
erty for sale can be obtained at the If you want an (-room house
; each. "Planting garden from early morning W. B. MAKINSON CO. I
Valley Gazette: 10 cents dole In. modern In .v.rjr way
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. I -- ,'I ,,'. until three o'clock New Year's Day." '. I $1600. oaab. jl Hardware Grtkry, Beat Sap... .W. G. HANKINSfi , ,
; 10 CENT! ''QABCAS2T8"or Miss Margaret Lewis Quiet Hour "
.M sad Mac Adding Maek and Tjpwrlhiix ;
a It you want a aroom hove* on la.iy. M
Buttons OB COSTIVE leader spent the holidays in Jackson- good street lot 100sUT%, UOO \ '. '
ville with relatives, but was to be cash. !Ii -$- ," .. ,0Ii : ,
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with her .
Dora at
back in Mt. pupils
Per ftlcK; Headache, SOUP! Stomach It you want a t-roem house .
school this week. .
lugglalr' liver and BowelTheywork'while and 10 acres of land. $1100 cub; fORL' '-I IIi '
::yeu elep. Mr. S. Harrison, vice president also very easy terms on balance, ..DAKN'SDEPAaTllEKt' f ,

'..' serving as president of the Winter. which Is but little. Dry Ge 4>,CUtkbfc Shoe*,FmbkfapSamlOcSter. 1 1Ii 33'A
Park had home cares'in' holiday -: i -u; . "; ,
society, e4"
$ Furred Too u.,-Dad Taste, Indigestion. It you want .. 10-aor tract. Yi .. .
Sallow Skin MM! lUsecmble Headaches days as his oldest. daughter was "00, $100 cash -, ,j> / .
coins ''trom'torpid lire, and '' !Ii, KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ,: '. \, { t': "
clogged boW. ,fwhlab cause jour, in Treasurer' If you want a 10-acre tract Wkoktak'ud RstaJBPhoaeZl $. ,j '
There wedding
was a !Ii t
,. stomach to becomeAiled with ..undigested MIO $10 each. ,, tJ . .
food. whlcb.sour atul ferments Cavanagh's house -full particulars I !Ii L.W PItEN'l'B -: ;: rt ? f
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F ; eke garbage In p swill barrel. .That's laUr.; 1400.If you flOO want cash a le-aere tract j: $< $" .......u;. ,Orr 't ........:. :
the first step t< :u tol4 mIM.andl.Uoa. Miss Ruth Coffin, Tenth Legion.,superintendent I: u. .. .,. , ,.T1. ,
g.. .'tout gases. bad breach, yellow : lonesome Easy terms t. suit pnrehaae $:' -. :SewIat'. ,,T' ',.;
spent rather .
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skin mental f",, ;,>everything that..U oa either of above properties ', ;r "'-' '. rfi \ :
_nauseating j()Ai iCascaret, holiday in Jacksonville for., 'medical t ;, :: 'f' '
rtga1gDh1aII1'tdn ciMMjrmuUjMMtiptted' tr atment./afUr,a 4on _illness-a b.r: Ask Mrs.,Summers *' : ". .. !I.. : . ,( ."
bowel a thorough cleansing and horn in.Johnstown northeastern dis : :- . ... ... ''f'
straighten yon out by moraine. ''They trict. While in the''metropolls'ahe i i. 'IOl'FnOld. nearttayds... l. .. ., .. .. f1, '., '",}" .

'work;;whUe. )'OQ.aJoop..4.'lG-ooat.will feel-box the Y M; . s from,your"druggist keep you }; \ '. '" n "''j'' 'N .ry ,, ', l'tl
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ins good>> for 1DODtbr. -.' iat. the ,city should"'look her ;'ap. "i'.' ,;'eourt, ; f # .J.4I;), r-, .,It:(,>..... . :"1.... ,)t.., ens' A r+ t-. 4 s1F', i..''';' ieer' "(A-M't?a ." ;1.a .
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,Valley Gazette. chairmanof; .h. sanitary committee!. EASTERN I STAR I The local .order.of the Knights fPythias STATIBANK : :: ,:

4Jsirnmee The city attorney, W. B;. Crawford.p'reaented .I. INSTALLS OFFICERS; installed the', newly elected .

1' .,BY nY'FI DAT-OrFlOB IN VA14LHT OAZBTTJB EWLDI1G.' ,bU delinquent\ ,,'report On 'Tuesday afternoon the Kisslm oftic-ra'for the' year at their.,Mil on OF KISSIMMEE :.' .{.

}'. L,IIt: ._ _.:.': .$.J8aXMMEE.. -- .. ,OBCBOLA_ COUNTY. -FLORIDA.- -? .: j. showing the .smounts stilt 3ue mae chapter of the order of Eastern Wednesday; night. Grand Chancellor *'.f.; ..i-v: :s- ;

'_r'A IS.. ... \,.';T-'.;. ;. "'. -:. -- .. - ,. .- Owner- the'cityrand asked' for fprther'hi truc.tlons Star installed their officers for, themiu"lnl' W.' J.' Sears acted laa"installmalOr.' 'HOLDS ,ANNUAL MEETING; AND, "

/f,f ."" .; .. .. ,_'I"r. .. .. Editor: and Manager .a 'to' the action of the council 'year. The following" Iowan fie.*...;> Those to whom '-t.he duties of' DECIDES TO INCREASE CAPITAL .", .

: ; 4,11'; ... .. ._ .-.:.... , lt\ tbe matter of 'the Vine street duly inducted Into their respective the different .offices were- committed STOCK TO *.100OOo. '
t r ..................._ll.xnynths . ; .
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PTION RATES: One ,. follows
S oopy. on. y lear line the that : are a.- : :
city reported
engineer placesi ,
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It *:i.R ? the section line on this street did not Mrs. H. M. Porter, -'natronj; Kevi W. L Paulk, Chancellor commander; The Annual' meeting of the Block. 4 .

,if' '* flBfiT'tb%sra' niciuT writer.( na,,.xospt' from. fj. our *uIbOrI.eCOFreaPOfldSfltL must b'. run in the middle 'of the street 'Ion A. J. Holt, patron; Mrs. S. B. Ault- Lewis O'Bryan, Vice Chancellor Commander -' holders of the State Bank of 'Klsa m. ; ,

4lf1 /** ratter will not b. return.d ,unl.. ,called I for.: ._ _,... the part abutting the propetty of man, assistant matron; Mr*. Earl t, ;, James Johnston, Prelate; nee was held on the 8th of January
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i th- .,Postdate In KlMlmro- - -.--Florida--- a. seooruJ-cla.s- mall matter. J. F. Clarkson. but abutted on his Lupfer, conductress; Mrs. L. C. Smith, I C. L. Bandy, Master of Finance; w; all the stock was. represented except. a .

\t,. 4 --- --- line. It was agreed that the chaIr. treasurer; Dr. Carson, secretary; Mrs B. Crawford, Master of Exchequer;' four shares. The reports showed the .

; ,"TAT FB1DAY. JANUARY .. 1914 man, J. W. Thompson, and C. E. Yow. Thos. Van Duzer, chaplain.The II. R. May, .Master at. Arms; W. M. bank to be in a flourishing condition -'. ,

-1 _r--- ..__ ell, should interview Mr. Clarkson and year starts out with indicationsof Ferrell, Keeper of Re rdllil arid Seal l; in fact 1913 was the..best year the

.k. .4. jr' .. ":1 A'i try to arrive at an amicable adjust- much activity and prosperity for Walter Lorenz, Master of Work; T. bank has ever had.T .

.-, -:.L t ,'aifjDur Subject ment of the matter. I, this worthy order. |' S. Oliver, Inside Guard; Ed. Roberts, 'e oltJ l board of directors, consisting -

i \ .t!.+ ; II. E. Swabey laid a complaint be- i Outside Guard. of E. L. Lesley, M. Katz, Jno. M.
I 11\ fore the council and stated that a SERVICES AT TilE Lee H. Fleming N. B. Carson X. C.

t : I. ] i J. ; Exhibits Our Theme few nights ago some of the flowers j i PASTIME will THEATER I On Thursday afternoon little Miss Bryan and C. A. Carson was reelected -
hold their
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in his garden had been torn and j Presbyterians
I \ M ., up Geraldine Lesley having arrived at and all the former officers and em-
school and services
;" ,. .I/W. destroyed. and that other people had Sunday preaching her sixth birthday entertained witha ployes of the bank were retained.On .
nagers 'of'the Osceola counfry having on hand good samples of their been treated in the name manner. :I Sunday morning at the Pastime thea- I party at the home of her parentson motion it was unanimously resolved -

at UI.'S"'! b-Tropical Mid- products should not exhibit them aa Mr. Swabex said that in his opinion :' ter, the church being closed for refinishing Broadway. The little guests to increase- the capital stock

.t SPcEzpo.ItJonto, ; be held in Or- from now on tree cold storage facil- it had been done by some irresponsible I the ceiling and walls. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves with of the bank to $100,000 which wiM:
? available tothem.. Mr. children. He that will not have any services at night
ities are W.B. suggested a reward games of all kinds, and took advan- be done at once. "V
th9i4- -___,_ ,FebrUary'n- to 21 inclusive Makinson haa kindly put part of be offered by the council of $50.00 on account of the lecture of Dr. Masters tage of the spacious lawn by giving It may be interesting to recall that

Jl.t.scttrBL. : ), The county commis his warehouse on the right of Darlington I upon evidence leading to the arrest I on tuberculosis at the Methodi..tI vent to all the enthusiasm childrenI this old reliable bank, the oldest in

; 1: 'A4 ,the .city council of Kin- avenue at the disposal of the fair conviction of any person found guilty |I church. I are apt to have. Dainty refreshmentswere I Osceola county was organized in

: KIS!I*y.:each handed to the man- managers and the Atlantic CoastLine troying property of this. nature. This FUNERAL OFJAMES served and Miss Geraldine's 1901, with a capital of $15,000 which

p -j th.. fair exhibits the sum of J i Railway'has a switch running matter created a good deal of discussion -! L. I'IIEHUO birthday becomes. a shining spot in was increased in 1905 to $50,000, and

,' and A the Board of Trade ofT I to this warehouse. Poultry, pigeons, and finally Mr. Rush moved ,I! the memory of each one present. now is to be increased again to $100-

l ", >.. have guaranteed that their well bred dogs live wild animals that a resolution. be drawn by the clerk I Services over'-the body- of James L. | May there be many happy returnsof I 000. Evidently this strong institution -

I' ,..-. n of, S250.09' ; will be f orthcomttvelr stuffed animals skins mounted birds, and incorporated in the minute book, 1'herigo who recently died at Indianapolis the day. The little friends enjoying means to meet all the demands'that

I, next regular meeting ont curios, needle and other fancy work j offering a reward of $25.00 for the were held at the home of I the occasion were, Elinore Over- may be made on it.

r : :.IStbi making a total of $7BO exhibits of fine arts and garden or .conviction: of any perso nfound guilty his parents on Aderhold street Monday street, Julia Ledbetter Irene Ingram Its resources now exceed 40000.

ii Re mt.edto; forward the exhibit. field seeds for which glass jars will of throwing glass or destroying I morning at 9:30: o'clock. The ,I John Bruton, Delia Ledbetter Dickie I May it continue to grow and picsper.LIST .

P -, tlsvWto the residents of Osce- be furnished are especially solicited. flowers and other private property.This I services were conducted by ReA.. :Makinson Clara Tucker Louise
s'*%" un.ty.in: general to back up the ;''If one-half of the people who have motion was seconded by C. E. I OF JUROKS.
i M. Chisholm pastor of the Christian O'Bryan Emera Louise Tucker Margaret -
ork'inaugurated' their best received free notice in Yowell and unanimously carried.J. The following in. a list of the jurors
put our newspapersi
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I (church assisted by Rev. A. J. Holt, Sanford, Margaret Waring Ne-I
forward i in their W. Thompson after Mr. I I drawn for the January term of court :
ei, to make a display having possession mam- placing j
I pastor of the Baptist church. MrPherigo lie Floyd, Geraldine Johnson, Elizabeth -
,four: great county. | moth vegetables etc., during the year I Rush in the chair, called the utten ; ; Bert Arnold J. A. Barclay W. I.
( : at the time of his death was Waring Lucile Sanford Donald .
board of : will these lion of the council to the II Bronson A. L. Thompson Johnf.!
Ifle county commissioners, 1913 dihulay products we I neglest I 31 years qf age and was employed :I Kelley, Edith Floyd Mabel Weidler
Lee G. M. Emil Mach Aaron
the cattletry.and assured of successful fair of the enforcement of of the Taylor, ,
:jr more fully represent are a some
I as a civil engineer by the Vandalia Coral Makinson Virginia Lesley, Sal-
:t ,U in which they are gen- The public should )b'ear in mind Uity's ordinances and cited to the Railroad. His parents, four sisters lie Ledbetter, George Harold Weidler Bass, John Armstrong, C. J. Lamb,
; 1 f;\and personally interested, are I that this is no one man's exhibit but I section of. the automobile ordinance B. P. Mikesell, J. A. Bronson.
and two brothers are left to mourn Katherine Ledbetter, Dorothy Bullock -;
i {.to display becoming activity that success can only be obtained by relating to lights. This section I
his death. The interment was madein Evelyn Paulk.FnEEMAIL. I E. S. hail, of the Osceola Hardware
Altiiatrating that what Then let all strive | he stated that not being
we are I' co-operation. us was propel'lyenfon''d. Rosehill cemetery. I I Co., reports the arrival from Chats-
1m to' be assist'the board to advance the Also to the of '
namely. the leading to as riding Miss Carrie
{ BOXES worth 111., of his sister,
0 county in the whole state of ( welfare of our county and display I bicycles on the sidswalks of the I CARSON-BURGER j I Hall, and his sister-in-law Mrs. Eli-

I S',..., da, and with one of our fair disinterested motives in attaining that I town Also that II substantial citizen The wedding of Mr. Charles A. Car I, As the free delivery of mail to the zabeth Hall and her daughter Miss
Mr. E. L. end. Let demonstrate what of t the town had '| several homes of Kissimmee will take
Lesley leader we
tgers, as us I complained to i son, Colorado college. 13: now of XisI I Josie Hall. They will make a btay
feel confident will hot words but by deeds.l }him of the recent of effect on February 1st, as previously
they personally arc only by I appearance two ( simmee, Fla.] to Miss Carrie Burger, of about three months, and will reside
interest in this matter. It hide light under, bushel, lewd who their announced, we have bought quite a
S a lively we our a women applied von a, j Colorado college 13, of Idaho Springs, I Ii with Mr. Hall at his residence on
i l.. Jthough the date of the fair falls ''of what avail is it U us ? Rather let lion on the principal streets of the |i will be celebrated in that town oni lot of mail 1 lx>xes. We have enoughto North Clyde avenue.A .

: ,f er late to have a full display of us raise it on high .so it will be enabled city. lie also questioned the author- ,!i I January 5, at noon. Dr. William Fred-, furnish one for every home in Kis- I

,hi.' fruits, the other counties ex- !' to shine as a perpetual light of ity of the Mayor to try any person i i I crick Slocum of Colorado college will i mmee. These boxes have arrived I II party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.S. .

: (J ting labor under the same dis- progress for Ottceola county. Early without proper complaint being filed I I! officiate. I and are now awaiting distribution.We I W. Hartman of Wairen Ohio; Mi,

t "irantage. Therefore by showing listing of articles is essential if exhibitors I und a warrant, drawn. lie said !i Both bride-to-be and bridegroomI would be glad if every home in I' and Mrs. C. L. Myler of Meadville

'. W'1.at is left of our "first fruits" with are desirous of competing for I|[ that the ordinances of the city should ;' probably the most dearly loved I!, the town would call and get one of I Til.; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tost of Cort-

? ;} rst-class display of our late ones, prizes. Further. early listing of all be (enforced and that if they were I I couple that ever attended the cOllege these lx>xes. absolutely free of cost, land Ohio; Mr. S. Hartman of Cambridge -

Co should have nothing to discourage exhibits will facilitate their classification -I not enforced they should be repeal-i'Both were prominent in student aiI I i| and attach it to ;your front porch, so '[' Springs Pa.; Mr. Albert 1..

,'We need fancy packed citrus and be of great benefit to the ed; that it was the duty of the Mayor |I fairs while in school, the bride to-I>... that' th entail/ carrier ca neasily find II IIIt Hartmun and Miss Emma Hartman

4 .._iLifts, which when sent to us, willcikept I managers. Through the kindness, of to see that the ordinances were enforced being president of the student asso- : : of Meadville 1'a., is visiting our city.

i in cold storage free of charge I I !Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr., the secretary ; and that the council .had the II ciation in her senior year and at the Please call at your convenience, and |I having stopped a few days in Orlan-

r 'I trough the courtesy of the Kissimmee occupies comfortable quarters in the right to enquire into such matters. IMI' | head of other student organizations accept from us with our compliments;'1 do en route They inform us thatit

., m',pompan) until the exhibit' and, if ,, Willson building where all persons :( Rush stated that the during her college career. Mr. Carson one of these boxes. was ko cold in our neighbor city

p sired, returned to the owners after'about I the fair are cordially invited to j relating caUe running at ordinamc'l is a member of Delta Phi Theta Yours very truly, i Thunsday morning that thin ice was

S fair or sold to the best. advantage' call. the city was, to his fraternity and Phi Beta Kappa schol- | State Bank of Kissimee, I j formed and they decided to journeyto

rtheir, benefit. Exhibitors are ex- I, E. L. LESLEY I ledge, not being properly enforceu. j-j'arship fraternity.-Colorado Springs I l'erC.A..CarMon. j'j a more congenial clime, and are

':' ....sing their pleasure at this arangement. -'! T. M. RIVERS The council then proceeded to examine -'I Herald-Telegraph. 3-It President well pleased with Kissimmee.

Free fruit is solicited to I H. E.:: SWABEY, the acconuts and city warants j I Ii .------ ---,-- .
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nv. our visitors a treat. There is A. E. THOMAS, Managers. and shortly afterwards adjourned. | MASONIC INSTALLATION I II - ----
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io'xcu..... growers of vegetables j Secretary. I i| On Monday night of this week Or.
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--- ------ ---- A QUIET WEI>DING. ange Blossom Lodge No. 80, of tha AnnouncementThe

\ '. __ and cover up the ditch, he would put On Saturday, January 3rd, in his Masonic order, installed its officers

up a good house and build a stOne office in the court house, Judge T. M. for the coming year. The following
KGULAR MEETING ' Murphy united In marriage Joseph officers were inducted into office; '
fence.
p. Luce of Canada and Miss semi-annual display of high class Spring'
'\ P!ny W. W Carson, worshipful master;
I J, E Rush, seconded by C. E. Yow.
OF CITY COUNCILMATTEJJTOF l ell, made, a motion that the city lay Rose Golden of Osceola county. Of N. Cl; Bryan,. Senior Warden, Ged<"-F. and Summer suitings by *

( course we wish them much happiness Parker, Junior Warden; M. Katz
the pipe but that Mr. Davis should
; : cover it up at his own expense, which snd long life.MOTHER Treasurer; John D. Clark, Secretary; I The Globe Tailoring Company

I! Rev. A. J. Holt Chaplain.REGISTRATION .
was carried.J.
: INTEREST GOOSE AT Cincinnatiwill
M1NY E. Rush, of the water and light |
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committee reported that the committee The HOUSE Supervisor of Registration C. W. be given at our estabishment on January
/, -' /ANY MATI'ERS OF INTEREST had inspected the location of entertainment at the Chapter Griffin has appointed his deputies in

> TO TAXPAYERS COME UP the Dew well to be dug for the House on Tuesday next Jan. 13, at the several precincts, and the booksare eighth, nineth and tenth.

g')'. h AT THE FIRST MEETING city, and that the work would begin 8 o'clock, promises to be exceptionally now open for all who care to reg Make this one of your positive engagements.
t interesting. One of the features of i ister. All voters will be required to I
IN THE NEW YEAR. .
: immediately.Mr. I the evening that will please both register if they desire to participatein Call and make your selections and be measured by
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Bratton that he
reported was the primary, regardles of whether ,
: appears that in order to accomplish now hauling garbage on to the city's young and old will be Old Mother they have registered before or not. .an expert.

Honorable City Council met property across the railroad by the Goose and her children in attendance. Books are in the hands of the following Orders taken for immediate or future delivery.

i SThe session on Tuesday night'f'ttlthe Miller place. Some discussion was Many childhoods' memories will come deputies in the various precincts Woolens will be shown in full length drapes.J. .

rz ; city K2l. all of the members held about this matter but no con- up as the guests look upon those taking No. : 2-Shingle Creek George C.
D. PREVATT Salesman in
the
part in Mother Charge.
Goose
: :r&114 clerk being present clusion was arrived at. cos. Bronson.No. .

; .t"A ;.comunlcatlon was read from N; J. E. Rush that he had tumes. There will be other featuresto 3.-Campbell, Dan Lanier.No. .
eii reported
r the entertainment. !Mrs. J. M. 4.-St. Cloud A. E. Drought.No. .
tABcareTh l r regard to bond interest ,
had' some cleaning work done in the 6.-Lanier, Young Tindall. .
Willson, Jr., Mrs. W. B. Makinson and DUTTON-HARRiSCO. "Foot-Fitters" r
: if.p., "general nOtes, which was referred cemetery. Miss Elizabeth No. 6.-Whittier, Randalph Young.No. .
,j ",.to'h'finance' committee. Mr. Bratton introduced the sub- I Carson will be the 7.-Ba singer. W. H. Walker.No. .
hostesses. I Narcoossee F. W. Hill.
; j *> Areport* was read by the clerk -ject of the -proper. dump- carts to be "
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i' ,oI It 'froia'Ifred' H. Jenkins city engineer employed by the city in hauling away XHKHIKKSOTUK OK IIi:,'" NOTICE

..;ln regard to the ditch on Dakin avenue. trash and garbage. The opinion of the NOTICK IS HBRKBT OIVRN. That Bids for the rental of FRATER-
ti-\dlactl..ion was held about the divided I have levied upon the rollowlnir doHirllird -
\ council was considerably on property of Joseph H. Miration NITY HALL OPERA HOUSE for
r 44"widening' of Sumner street and the this \matter and nothing was decided to-wit.(2) Uovernmrnt Lot Number Two the ensuing year wil' be opened Feb

'narrowing of the adjacent alley.: It upon.C. HKV.' o'ctlon of the SW14 Thirty-two of Hectlon(32) Twpntviilnw anti the- ruary 5th. Address C. W. Dann,
:app.srS that in order t oaccomplish E. Yowell produced the famous ((29). all being In Towimhlp TweiityHlx Sec'y. 3-4t MACH BROTHERS GARAGEOPEN
((26) South
I ; of Han no Thirty ((30)
e ,,that the consent of all Runt. t'
J'this property dog ordinance. This ordinance was County of Jicpola and State of

,, ..owner* who own property abutting discussed at length, and also amended out... by of virtue the Circuit of an Court execution of mild l Is.sucd WANTED-At once, two women to

.' 'the'alley' should first be obtained, to- that the city aterney W. B. Crawford, C.untsof O.cvoln arid Stain of Flor- serve as general housemaids. Good = DAY AND NIGHT ==- "
W ida. December SOth. A. 1>. I ISMS
.geth.r with their quit claim deed. to was instructed to redraw it. jtltlMTmrni In the sum of TWELVE upon wages. Apply at' Runnymede ho- tJ,
_ (theVcity and that they should show TIMU1HANI1 SEVEN: IfUNl>nJo/) AND tel. \ 3-tf I Agency for the FamousRepair
!? ; ; S. II. Bullock representing C. P. HIXMY-FIVK (I1I7C&.00)) Dollar. which h"I
-good title in order to protect the city. L). O. Fulton recovered against theiiaId .
; Carroll stated that Mr. Carroll was
Joseph u. Htratton In th. Circuit
Wanted, a few select boarders, com
,: 'It\w.. atated that all the property contemplating the purchase of a pieceof Court of the Klxlh Judicial Circuit. In
had consented to this with and for Hlllaboro County. on the 14lh fortable rooms and good table. Mrs.A. .
rownera property which was at the present day or January A I). 1D13. and tra.ncrllx'd .
/ exception 'of one. The chairman to the Circuit Couit i of Oicc- B. Jarrell. 2-2t
time overloaded with back
was so ola
County. Klorlda. on the 27th
_ jf) \"f,aald that he hoped to be able to obtain taxes a, to be useless, and suggested of January. A. 19131)tcd day I
The Civic League will meet at the
( ,**. .. a t KlKHlmmi-e. Kin.. this 8th I
;";,Ifr- ';consentiThe that the council allow the property day nf January. A. I) 1914 Chapter House next Tnesday; January II

\I ,I.! chairman of the atreet commit- to be redeemed at a reasonable figure. I K H of IN(11'tAM.ShirliT OHCuola .County 13th, at 3 p. m. sharp. Electionof II I

i. eV reported that theproperty own- The matter was considered and Dr. I State of KlorUlu. officers, payment of dues for J914

.. ./.r&on Central avenue were anxious Rivers, seconded by J. E. Rush moved -I I NOTIfK OK HAI.K and other matters of moment will be I II

: t1hat'' the' street should be opened up that the; back taxes should be redeemed -I I Notice* IM herein give Hint the utilerslicncd. orders of the day. This society ,. 2'LI

; f''rf' 1 for: travel and that deeds I to the city for' about $40.00, which was and( estate. as of nUB Ollvtne rtllan Krllii of the Savage person a earnestly desires additional members. I

&alrea4J' been .obtained by Arthur carried. minor. will make application. to the
f'tJ1ac : The annual dues only dollar
,
-\t. are one
.. I Honorable T. M. County Judge 454A'A. '
; d'. !EL:" Ponegan. and-recorded. J. E. Rush I I A Mr. Temple, who had been waiting of Osceola County.; Murphy Florida. In Probate per member, and every section of the'' A
... I I Sitting on Monday.: February Stk. A.
ooonded by C. E. Yowell made a. 'for heard.
time ;
.' some was now I>. 1>M. at Ten oclock' A. M.. or as town should be represented by members .. \
// motion .tbat.;th. street be opened, This gentleman who, by the trend of soon thereafter as said application can so that any mattet of "right that .. ,
; ? which motiee'.on being put to a"vote, his remarks to be be heard for an order. authorizing the i ts'm'1i. I' d,, $
.\1.Zt; ; appeared possessed undorslrned as guardian aforesaid to needs assistance, or wrong that needsresistance" 'I I
.... sell, or Centract to sell at private sale !"
,. ..;WWIUI, x4.d.fk of a working knowledge of the Interior the following described land the prop might be reported at the *1 '19 'eIt. I Imu' .

i: 'i- :'Mr.-Bratton:' foreman' of the 'street of the city calaboose, complained oeola arty of County said minor.Florida situate to-wit In: salt) Os-* meetings and made to feel the impactof "r-! ,

_ -j; t'r.. -....;. :reported "thaC a fMr. ;, DaVis that the jail was in an uncleanlyand Lots 4 and I, Block SO of 8, F. R. Co. united effort.Oklawaha ;

"''''!' (,: ifhed ,to 'b"Jtd :;a'!;honso: J:o&'....,M ain unsanitary condition. ..This' statement Burver of will the be Town baaed, of upon Klaslmmee.plication the peDsoeola -.

J. ",)'. Mil";; but,tha the ditch wa* ,*o close was corroborated by H. E.: Swa- County.. Florida. Which ap- Nursery tree of Valencia -
titian for auch aala flla la saId ,
.. '.': ..'$. mH.ths.wou34b."unag.toA : beyV.; who said that the last grand eonrt.Klaalmmee. .no wan. Orange, every one perfect, and I
..1f. Fla_ Jan. S. Itli. budded from the beat bearing tree
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ldewalk'or 'ea't401MaDd Jury, .of. which"be was a member,
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"Fj* AY.;,4MdH/1HtY/ l"IN :Ai ttl't "'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY CAZETTIfmbUanea : ;r '. .r '''' ' ''.''.'''yb"-'' '.'r... ''rA" .

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1M L-3" VALLEY Na 11.:1'GZ1Tlepbone : :It .".. Nr .;W. H. Uauser, Mr .John Han. I :)lie. M. V. 'Woodward who, bad J' 'A. business meeting'will 'beheld ai "Mr... Larry: ,, IMChaney,+ onij oftheorominent ;;. : tKra.\b.Ibrw.iNi'hhdi' : :W ,

; iir ana Mia Dora Meder of Jackson, I been speeding'I some time with her the Chapter House on Monday evenJ and: effective, pitcher 'oi I her ,

I I.. 'f'I"..'' "" -.,.-,. .-( .. p .'.. Mich1: are .city-vislters. thl*"we k.< I parent at'*Quincy. ha*' .returned' Ing at .7.30 by the ladies"of the Hart the 'Chicago Cuba baseball:'teain, 'wai fbra 'the tli t'o; Jaantrlyt'("--1 c

j' : Every Friday. B7 Miss Mari. 'Huddleston. is 'in Miami the'dt,.., '- Memorial Chapter, All membres'are visitor In town' Tuesday.. ;, has .taken'' ..theBryaft; 'Huie,
urgently requested<< to be 'present. court house aquare' for the w1 1 ,
'"W :1lAlcht4.. ''tt9r'i p, vigiting her father, and expected:: Eskiat' LSPhedgo'Ot'-Weat, Palm'.. 'The work on .the Kisstmmee' Clubhouse I q

I : ',,111'. ". .. .r r. .. home by the end pf, the week., r Beach is spending a Jew day with hit ,.MrJ. and! Mr M. A. ShrimpHn, of. Is. being:' rapidly pushed. The Children''* Dutch b4Icn>t; I k' i

,;I I The 'dance parents, having been called' her because . LondonvlTle, '0.,. 'who upent a monthin foundation ,ii* already laid and the I ing-. and .Waving. I! b M"massage/; '3 .

"' : Wednesday 'night atStem' of''the death ,of his ,brother.. Kiasimmee last'winter'arived; Monday : framework li:now''being''erected.. Negotiations your home. ,Miss Braliiedr, "
1 hall "'well'attended'arid
was
; | Weather Report i ;. and will remain throughout. the are under 'WaY'" for, the em- 78.: ,w 11.
enjoyed by'al\ present. Norman Wlnn Wife and. little baby, l I I'J tlw
season jfloyment of 'a landscape ;artist, '
l I of JUacon Mis arrived last Thursday The Board ot Director of'thVImmee

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FoUowtngarethedailyternl Ned Gilbert; 'who hat been'confined ? who will lay out the grounds with '
I for a visit 'with Mr: Winn's par. M. Katz received a letter from fits\ 'Ice* A Cold,Storage Coropi
to his home for nearly two weeks is walks and ornamental shrubbery.-
J perature and precipitation as ; | ents. son, Howard, stating thatn lie<' had accepted will meet at'the office of the ,P..d '

3 reported; by the Government .; ; able again to",,be out 'on the streets. position ,as7a*.ayer of the ;C. W. ..Brans, president of t1. Mar- ** of the State Bank .of.Klsaimnwe i i.

3 station at Klsatinmee tor the Mr. and Mrs. G..W. Well, formerly Frank Van Agn,sw, who has been American Smelting'and Refining.;'Co., cboisee Farm and Townsite Company, Tuesday afternoon at 8 [o'cloek.thi. .

X week ending Jan 8, 19ft. of Maine but now of Orlando, spent spending; the Christmas Wartenton holidays with at their Omaha plant. '- and F. W. Hill, merchant, both ofNarcoossee it the first meeting-. of the
the Fell family at Va. is
Xu: Mm. RaID Monday in our town. attended the meeting',of arid :there l back tomorrow. DeWilton Alderman and '
expected wife' and
; ; Friday .______ 70 44 ___ : Clarence Alderman of Bassenger, the Board of County Commissioners be transacted' it I* hoped,' there. will'be '',
Norvin Murphy, a clerk in Dann's Miss Anna "Cromartie' is came on matters relating to the new county a full attendance ,,"j-+ 1
Saturday :_____ 66 31 1.00 ; tempor- in their the other and '
Sunday 66 38. ___ ; department store, is confined to his arily assisting Mr. Reed at the Home over car day, road from Ashton to the Brevard 3-lt R. T-: BUTLER, Presidsnt':, "
? ---- after combining pleasure with business
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3 : Monday _____ 61 37 ?_ rom with illness. Bakery during the absence of the returne4 via the same route. county line. : Miss Wlnona Allen met with' '_: 't.

; Tuesday m__ 67 40 .05 Messrs. Otis II. George and C. B. regular clerk. ? W. H. Arnold has completed his painful, and what might have'; been m ,, r''

Wednesday .._ 66 38 ___ 1 McCaughan spent Sunday in Orlandothe George Vano Blennis of Chicago ar- Geo. E. White and wife, of Marion, new boarding house on Sumner street,' serious accident New* YearV: j, 1 ; .

t Thursday ____ 66 36 ___ guests of the country club. Iowa, arrived in the city yesterdayand he moved into which she ricl '_
and
rived here last Sunday. He is stop- which opened up The horse on was _
to remain till about
expect April _
. .0..00..00000.. The Episcopal Guild met at the res- j ping with his brother, D. R. Blenis. 1st. Mr. and Mrs. White ware here on Tuesday. Mr. Arnold', new house slipped'and fell, throwing Mis : (' __
... has fourteen rooms and 1> he' in such that the horse fell
-- ------- - e says a way
idence of Mrs. S .H. Bullock on Tues F. T. Graham two winters ago and were delightedwith
traveling representative -
imi nui I has had applications from twice that : her limb and painfully injured .
day. I of the Tribune their stay. ,
Tampa Morning number of people wanting. board and knee. Fortunately the accident :;"

i : THE LOCAL FIELD. f Harry W. Thurman left on Satur- spent yesterday of that excellent in the city publication.in the interest It Is interesting to know that every rooms already. not serious and Miss Allen is able : 't "

day for Phildclphia on a business one of the blooded cattle recently I be about again. .
Last Sunday the Methodist Sunday i
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tri Mrs. George Donegan and son, of shipped into this county by the Carson
school was reorganized into .a graded I The old Cannon house, which i
11111111111111111111111111 i Ala. arrived in the Cattle company are in splendid con- i
Birmingham, city
Mia Inez Carson left on Sundayto I school. The graded system is the T. M. Rivers .moved off his ;
Heinz's pickles, all varieties, at R-> this week to spend some time visit, dition, the company not having lost I "
resume her studies at ColumbiaCollege. most modern of Sunday school systems on Broadway his lot behind ; : :
'ing' relatives a single head.Senator .
S. Floyd's. 43-tf Lake City.- and it is confidently predictedthat school house, is undergoing '

Dr. J. W. Simpson spent several I F. M. Benjamin, who is -superintendent N. P. Bryan was in Jack- the lessons now being introduced ; alterations and repairs. Two t
Sheriff Frank Gordon, of Orange
days in Tampa this week. of the St. Cloud Electric Honville four or five days on business, will "find universal favor, and will give 1 rooms and two bath rooms are e : 'I
I I county, was in business.town Tuesday tran- Light and Water Co., together with returning to Washington Thursday. excellent satisfaction. ; added to the building. We :

Mr. Lyle Story is a business visitor .I sacting private MTH. Benjamin, spent Tuesday in Kis- Senator Bryan had intended visiting is the purpose of the doctor to !1
B. Dickerson has constructed ,
to Tampa today.Heinz's A. W. Winn left Monday for Has- simmee. his old home here but was detainedin a re- this house into a sanitarium. +
enforced Concrete seat for the Civic
ell, where he goes to inspect his Washington until too late. will fil la long felt want in this ,,
pickles, all varieties, at RV H. F. Beuter reports the departurefrom League, which is of unusually attractive as hitherto patients have been x;,
orange grove.
S. Floyd's. 43-tf Chicago of an excursion composed Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Alexander and proportions. The seat is five to go to the Orlando or Tampa h the'r

P. A. Vans Agnew left on Tuesday Miss K. Clauson, of Kt. Cloud, pass- of homeseckers for the KiKsIm son arrived recently from Springfield, feet in length, with gracefully: curved pital. .

night for Jacksonville and Miami.C. ed through the city yesterday on a'' mee Prairie, which is due to arrive 111. They have purchased the old arms and back, and it is set in the I

three weeks' trip to Cuba. at Kenansville today. Donegan homestead and intend to live Court house grounds south of the main St. John's Guild, which met at is isS.

H. Bachman of Fitchburg, Mass., here permanently. The property was entrance on the Vernon avenue side. H. Bullock's residence on ;: f- :
is registered at the Manhattan. Mrs. Caster of-Topt-ka, Kansas, has The Epworth League of the Meth- purchased through the Nelson Realty I consisted of the following ;

been visitinK Mr. and Mrs. D. G. odist church will present the rural Company. W. P. Lawrence, of LaGrange, Ky., 'Mrs Clay Johnson, Mrs. ; ,

W. A. Drawdy and L. L. Fertic of Wagner, and left Monday for a trip three act comedy entitled "Ook is in the city, stopping with Relatives I Miss Fling and niece, Mrs. E. I f

Whittier are in town on business. t/ the east coast. Farm" at the Pastime theater Friday lion. Arthur E. Donegan left on on Mabbette street. Mr. Lawrence WinK, Mrs. J. D. Clark arid Mrs. : l
Tuesday for Jacksonville business. states that he is favorably impressedwith \
on
I night.
wheat product I J. S. Carr. The next meeting will' I
Marvel Flour, new spring Rev. L. S. Mixon, of Wilmington, > i
He returned early Thursday morning Kissimmee and that as soon as
at R. S. Floyd's. 43tfM. N. C'., spent a few days in the city Mrs. G. W. Best, who for years has and took the 9:40: train for Lakeland, he can make the necessary arrange- held on the first Tuesday in J

D. Tindall of Nurcoos.see visit this week the guest of his boyhood beep connected with Dann's depart- returning the same day. R. D. War- ments he will bring his family here at the residence of Miss Fling. 1

ed the city on Tuesday.Mrs. 'friend, E. F. Collier. ment !store, has resigned her positionas inJ accompanied him to Lakeland. and locate permanently.Dr. Broadway 1;

clcik, and is now engaged as dressmaker ,
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T. J. Jones of Dayton, Ken AliSK; Lorene Denegan, of Birmingham at the same store. C. E. Sabin and wife, of Buchanan, J. M. Masters, who conducts a Mrs. I D. G. Wagner and :, t n.t'

tucky, arived in town the other day. Ala., is spending the winter here Mich., and R. Q. Stewart and wife, tine sanitorium at Port Fla. Maud-Alice'I Ada, have 'u;
Orange, :
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/ ith relatives and attending the Os- Sir William Mulock, Mr. Justice of Murphreesboro, Tenn., are here from a very pleasant visit to Dr. I ; )y.y
W. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers -, seola high School. 1 Latchford and Mrs. C. C. Evers were spent Monday and part of Tuesday { M. Masters and family at Port yp ;;
for the Winter and
have
secured in town for Palmetto and adjacent ..
the tree people. 40-tf leaving j
entertained by Mrs. R. W .Meiklejon home ange, Fla. Mrs. Wagner has
the
apartments at of Mr. Hell I
Gordon Lawson, of Boggy Creek, H. T. Nafziger, secretary of the I on Wednesday at her home on Paradise on Verona street.C. towns on Tuesday morning. under the care of Dr. Masters for \.

was a visitor to the city on Tuesday. Davenport Light and Ice Co., spent Island.R. i He will return on Saturday and will i I I!past two years and it will be gratifying ; -'

Wednesday in the city looking after "'. Thrasher, the steel ceiling I be the principal speaker at the union to her many .friends to learn,that

II. E. Cole has returned from a brief business matters for his company. W. Meiklejon has a force of men man, has secured contracts for plac- I church service Sunday night. the doctor now pronounces< visit in Jacksonville and Atlanta. at work on his property on Paradise overhead i
ing steel ceilings in Roberson's I Itirely well. ,
/ The talent tea, which was postponed Island. He intends to clear four or and the i The fire department was called out ,
drug store new Thur-
Maarvel Flour, new spring wheat from last week will be held live acres and will plant out to a theater The Roberson is I early Sunday evening to answer a Hon. C. A. Carson went to Jackson 4 ',
man job
product at R. S. Floyd's. 43tf this week Friday at the home of of grapefruit grove. now in end will be completedthis 1 call*from North Kissimmee. A quick I ville Sunday noon, returning bom I

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alvy, Mrs. J. M. Lee. I I II week.progress I j run was made, but the blaze, which { Monday night. Mr Carson says that y
I I I The United Daughters of the Confederacy but small the roof of the f t
6th i was a one on his son, James Carson, attorney of
on January a son. I Misses Laura and Clara Frier, who I '
will +
I : meet at the Chapter The Fleming house, was extinguished before '
drug store of J. Z. Robersonis Jacksonville, has been retained by R. r
Marvel Flour, new spring wheat' Tiave been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Hyatt House on Wednesday next at 3:30 p. undergoing repairs, the main improvement the arrival of the fire auto. The G. Bolles in the suit brought against:
for several returned Thurs-
product at R. S. Floyd's. 43tf days, m. A full attendance is desired as
being the installation of damage was slight him and others by the federal govern'ment
day to their home near Lakeland. business is .
special to be discussed.Mrs. .
Miss' Angie Makinson returned to an excellent steel ceiling. This work 'I in the Kansas court Mr. Care

school at Raleigh, Va., on Monday. '-For Sale--Heifer calf six monthsold Byars, who has been visiting will be completed within a week, and The Laymans meeting will be addressed ion also, said that.he had received sa1 ;":

; also 2 cultivators and one mower. friends in Sanford has returned to Mr. Roberson will have one of 'the by Hon. C. A. Carson Sunday telegram from C. 'A.;,Carson, Jr., en s

E. C. Dusenberry spent last Fridayin Apply at Erskine Heights Farm. town and has resumed her< position prettiest little stores in the state.D. afternoon at' 3 o'clock at the Pastime Tuesday'giving the new of ,hUYmarriage ;

Tampa on business. 3-1 pd theater.. Those who know' Mr. to Miss Carrie Burger at Idaho,
all dressmaker at Dann's department Orlando
E. Fishbeck of who rep- Carson do not need : second .
a jnvita-
Springs Coloedo.'The' haPPl'coupI.
St. Cloud ,
Lewis Horst of spent Fred Bass Sunday at home store. resents the J. P. Campbell IrrigationCo. ,
spent tion, and those who do not know him are by this time In New'York and wily
Tuesday in town. with his family. Fred has opened an A. M. Shrimplin and wife, of Lou- ., was in town on Tuesday, having have a great treat in store for them return here in a few days to make .

Little Geneva Roberson is reported office in Bartow as agent for the I deimville 0., arrived in the city last driven through in his auto from Jack- if they will attend the meeting Sun- their future home at Camp Hammock::

ill. Oakland car. Monday tu spend some time, and have sonville. After a short stay he departed I day afternoon. W. H. Jones, Pres. on Lake Kissimmee.I .

secured accommodations at the homeof for points in Polk county.S. .
Mrs. F. C. Reeves of Avon Park
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John Willson of Tampa was a visitor -
f{. M. Breaker. Oklawaha Nurseries at Tangerine, I
of a day in town Tuesday. passed through the city on Thursdayon J. Triplett, editor of the Valley Florida for genuine Carney Parson I LOST-On Wednesday or Thursday art"

her way to Gainesville to take thepostmaster's Gazette, is confined to his home at I week faced) ,
Mrs. Leitner has been called to Arcadia Brown orange trees, Early Conner of this one lady's open
Mrs.: P. J. Cromartie of Shingle examination.Mrs. .
because of the illness of her Marcoosaee this week with & severe Seedless orange trees. Oklawaha gold watch; monogram S B TL am
Creek 'was in town on Wednesday. Dozier attack of la grippe which he con- Nurseries Fla. Write for back. Reward of ten dallars for
J. I. Cummings and Mrs. Geo. son, whose condition has become Tangerine,
Eight good mules, wagonu:! and harness Eddy of St. Cloud, spent the day with more serious during the past tracted as a result of exposure on catalog. 2-4t its return to me. M. Kate.t .
the auto trip with the board of c s
county -
H. In
for sale at a bargain. L. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck at her home on few days.
40tf commissioners last week. ----
gram Brack street. I
Rev. S. W. Lawler, the new pastorof 4 ----- -.- -

The Osceola Pharmacy has receivedsome Rev. H. S. Bloodgood of Harvey, the Methodis tchurch, has rented i Grand Chancellor W. J. Sears, ac- !
handsome fixtures which companied by Mrs. Sears left Thursday -
new the Fox house and moved into it. Mrs.
Ills., and Rev. J. D. Bloodgood of
will be installed as soon as possible. Lawler is to arrive in few afternoon for Tampa to attend
expected a
Washington, D. C., are visiting their '
the formal dedication of the hand- H. C. STANFORD CO. '
Judge S. D. Decker of St. Cloud was sister, Mrs. Thos. Van Duzer. days. some new Castle Hall of the Knights . y l ,

"in town Monday attending to busi- Miss Joberta Bryan, daughter of Dan Brown of Loughman, formerlyof of Pythias.Mrs. XW

ness. N. C. Bryan, attended the State Teach : Kissimmee, has returned to his old DEALER IN 4
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II. Bratton
N. and
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.5."S. Nelson Makinson returned to his er's association at Key West the past home and expects to live here per-
I Miss Nina returned home this
week
week.A. manently. Once a Kissimmeeite always Goods Shoes and
studies at the Staunton Military I Kissimmeeite from a visit to-Miami and other East Dry Clothing I
a seems to be a ,
Academy, Va., on Monday.F. R. McGill, manager of W. B. good rule. Coast points. While away they mot .

S. Gilbert went to Orlando last Makinson's St.' Cloud store, spent many old friends! me were the recipients Kissimmee Florida .

week and returned with Mr. Van der Tuesday here in the interest of his The work; on Hary W. Thurman's of Appreciated ourt-?t.ie.J and ;

Meersch's new Oakland car. business. ne-v theater is being pushed. Some attention! Y- ---- '

: of the rooms are being plastered. We
The Presbyterian church is. being Bill Jones, of Little Britton, came I hope that this new place of amuse- The Kissimmee Golf Club courses

frescoed on the inside and will be to Kissimmee on Tuesday with the ment will be open to the public. in the now open for play. The greens p-0--0--4----0-4-O-d-9--4 -4-P-4-4--4-, dOd < -+ + '

in a very pretty manner Darrow labor pictures, which ,.were., near future. are all cut out and the' flage in place.
fines run at the Pastime. Mr. O. H. George, the professional d THE OLD RELIABLEPLUMBING ,

/M **r*. Harry Lawton and Arnold Mrs. Mamie Wdod and little son, golfer in charge of the course, is enthusiastic + t
TIN SHEET IRON AND
METAL SHOP
I..1Qro4ub Of St. Cloud were in town I Joseph Dawson, of Orlando, repre- Milton, who have been visiting Mrs. 'over the tprespects of a ,Ay }

Wednesday on business. '"lenting a large New York business Wood' parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. J. large membership for the club. r R. L. STARLING !
Manager
.', 'ouse, was in town on Tuesday shaking Hicks, have returned to their home KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA i iI

Remember 'the choldren's dresses hands with his 'many 'friends. in Atlanta. Ambrose Moore and family arriv- I 14 uAUI.IAC.UV AVK. Ofacv )>.... a44-a rl... i
reduced to cost at The Woman's Shop. I ed in the city Friday night last from : 27 MTKWAIIT AVK. ne. ...... Ph... X44..S rI...

3-lt Messrs. H. G. Seiver, D. G. McKayand For Sale-10 acres high and dry Toronto, Can., and expect to make > rmrrr m I mil Um* .* PLUMniNtt KVHP1.1ICS ... .PHM.F|.
fair house fine .t .11 U__ Urn J.k to* large .r (- .utll t. .lT. t
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just com- their home hero. Mr. -r prMM
W. J. S. Carr motored to young grove permanent
The Ladies Sewing Circle met on over { .......... I. th. "< *...t r..r> we wee bBlIt s..d rei.....*
Mrs. John Bron- Narcoossee on Monday. Their visit ing into bearing. $1,000, time on Moore was induced to come to this nmmtmtlom. im the rtmmm+tm* ... Metal ........ whlrh baa ....le Tuesday afternoon at u to I.ere..r. .!...k .. well as ..* ...1.. I
k son's on Mabbette street. !was connected with land matters. part. Owner, Box'. 681, Kissimmee, section by his old friend, Alf. W. Law, t
Fla. 3-tf with whom he will engage in truckIng We handle none but the Genuine

,1'1 i Sweaters, outing gowns, under-. Mr. and Mrs. Deyoreo of Jackson and farming. TI I STANDARD GREEN AND GOLD LABEL GUARANTEED t. ?
The Woman'** ville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. The boys basket ball team of the PORCELAIN '
; wear, blankets, etc., at s-Jt Harris, and. are thinking' seriously of Osceola High School leave Friday Lecture on "Changing China, or aNew I ENAMEL WARE: v '.1.-.1.t ,.

f Shop. remaining in Kissimmee. for Sanford to do battle with the' Day in China," by. Rev. O. G. !. *..._fl.. With mmr ..\..tmm .\a. w. _.. a e.ylel. ... rTTI
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Presbyterian team from that burg for supremacy. Mr. Hertzog waa for many; years sea TTI t .,t .
Rev. S. G. Hutton, a
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minister of Atlanta, is visiting Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Aultman retained Here's hoping they may be victor. Sunday morning, Jan. 11, at 11 o'clock TIN, SHEET' IRON AND METAL SHOP 'r

to Lake City on Monday to resume Mr. Hertzog was for many tears secretary "We full line of !
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T. 'n. Moae1ey.t' carry Copper, Bright Tin Plate, Ree..,
? her duties as teacher of laaguages at :Misses Eula Render and Elizabeth of Hiram College, Hiram, '0., I Ssaekeatack Iron, Etc.. Galvanised Iron'all alxea and Web In...

." ., ,lifts. R. C. Smith and little daugh- Columbia College. Alexander, both of La Grange, GaV aDd recently spent a year in China\ Ridge Boll and Ceadnete-Pipe. We rake a spedaltyVef: Mete't f

i:'tar. rf Alachua, are visiting relatives r pent several day at the Graystone with his wife. on trip around the ,Celling.. Cornice, Skylight, 'V,.tUatere. Blow, Piping ferP1s lag J" ..
' '.' In.-Xbsimmee this week. W. B. Cr.awfons'returnedtrolBllem- hotel en route to Cuba. Miss Bender ,rorie!.' They were in China at the and Luaber Milla. <- ' r -J!

. .. phi. Saturday afternoon, where he taught music in the Osceola High, time -of revolution.. 'Bav.Chisholmwil ),.. .< '(t, fi'"'* "o; : M a, .

?: :.1i. W. Miller and family; are now baa been attending the Kappa Alpha School, and> her many Klsnlmmee ,, speak .at- night on,the object, :Allwork'done on abort notice by nrst-claM mechanical'"1'... ", ', t

I comfortably domiciled in their Dew'HIIIdODee convention- Incapacity, a* grand friends were' deUghter. to see her. "Too are, Not Yon Own;' Yale; are .need" the, work. .',and. we nrd4b.:.bn. ,nese... . .' ''Your'patronage aoli ited' :. .. z
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n n 'T' ..a vact: l has, been'1 the I Subject' ''of We count only the time the voter will J FIVE ACRE TRACT :F n :!

criticism.. by;: the 'newspapers.: not becalled upon to devote:more' of TRAMMELL 'MAY CALL .
i', *..he' wtple, I believe that the crltl. it under this act than; heretofore. It
?' + fia )has, been-favorable.' "* The ad' lane more trouble, register than it AN EXTRA SESSION WITH 4 ROOM ,HOUSE.IlLL.

,,;, i .::criticism: It seems :to me, had ,Is to vote. If we use the old registration : ?
-n i* the:,r..ult'o'. a failure to study books a vfyter)' will remain registered I ,
I : d :.comprehend ,the" law until the county commissionersfind POLITICAL WISEACRES DECLARE -,
4 .;.The" nomination of public: officers ; out that ho is either dead or has ISSUANCE OF CALL IS NOT
1 Ifl primary" election'1s In quite gener- moved away. This system has enabled IMPROBABLE.
r ', ule./.nd. Instead of being re- men to vote under the names HIM+ "

i '\ trictedle more likely to be'' extended : of other men; to live in one place and Tallahassee ..-Dec. 29.-Political For sixty days we will i l offer sixty 5 acre tracts near big
In 1897, the legislature of fort pvotc In another, and even to livp in
wiseacres are predicting that Gover
.i providedfor.'voluntary primaries j one county and vote In. another or Sand Lake in of Taft
authorizing' the executive commit-'I both counties.. It was easy enoughfor not Park Trammell! may call an extra Orange County, 7 miles west at $150
legislative session in the
hope of
pro- '
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pursue person
'' I viding funds with which to continue each cash and month. When tractsare
: i this method'of nomination. The original to personate a qualified voter, before i I the Draining of the Everglades, $50 $10 per sixty
,, act' ha* been amended many !this law was passed. All such a per '
'fa :;times; but >the voluntary feature remained son had to do was to vote under the i{I lof which the work engineering, according commission to the ,report composed sold there will be a public picnic on the shores of one, !
; 'until the legislature passed name of some one else who appeared : of
Engineers
Randolph, Laytonand
'f' the act under consideration in 1918.it upon i the registration books to be ; of the beautiful lakes and for
Perkins, will cost millions more a public drawing t the tractto
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i. :Mow -W.* have the compulsory pri- i I qualified i unless the inspectors or i than had been anticipated by state
I ; Warie*< applicable alike to all parties sonic bystander knew he was not the I
J'p t'', *sUng" at the preceding general clec'J'tlon person he pretended to be; and even officials.The coat of the extra session wouldbe be given away will be held. The purchaser of tract

f ; as much at 5 per cent of the to- then if he said he was such a person,
it k ''*: '-t\\ 'Tote.- Our experience has shown I there might be doubt about it. But, the heavy governor, though wiU, and issue it is a doubtful call, even if will be given a ticket for each 5 acre tract purchased.

.t that primaries heretofore held have I under this law when a person offer if he thinks immediate legislative
f'J" ""I Wen .expensive; that the penalties ing to vote Is challenged, he is re,. consideration will solve the big prob These tickets will on the day of drawing be deposited ina
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I 'I prescribed for violations of the law quired tit acquaint the inspectors with lem. '
4 have been .so inadequate hardly his party affiliation, his ,
as occupation
Although the report was filed November hat and the will select to draw
j .p to' ,justify a prosecution; and that his age, the state in which he was 1, it wall not made public untila purchasers some person
because, usually, a second primary born, and, in addition, .sign his name. few
days It said the
ago. was cost
i, Has,been necessary in order to secure Now, no man could do all these things of draining about 7,000,000 acres, including out a ticket. The name appearing on the first ticket
v ( ;'< "'., .nominations by majorities! many vo- fraudulently without being caught, a large area of the Kissim-

.!' to I,, .tra.,have. stayed away from the first and if he does them and is caught, re inee Valley, would be about f4 per drawn out will receive a deed for the 5 acre tract and
I primary.A is subject to the and
pains penalties
j. ;. ' acre, or $28,000,000, with the cost ofdraining
i Manifestly, then, the time of perjuiy.: It would not do to have
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the 'Glades proper fixed at house free. The entire will be in the
.* jjortuno to reduce, possible, the nec- only one registration, because all the I something like $20,000,000. The estimated !- absolutely drawing
f' S: t f' C ssary expenses, abolish the second evils we are trying to remedy would
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cost draining varies in dif-
(' NI" primary and to throw further safeguards re-appear. I apprehend there will be.vry .I decent localities. This cost does not hands of the purchasers. This land is all high grade
{ : about the selection of the little attempt hereafter to east that of
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t I cover dredging lateral canals';,
"f ;"nominees. The law of IOta under- I fraudulent votes and this is a mutter i which, burden, it is believed, will! be citrus land and the location delightful. For information
\ ; takes to reduce expenses in two II commend to some newspapers which j placed upon the shoulders> of thousands -
'J'h r" i\t\ ways ((1) By providing a plan I have been rlamonng fur honest el 1('ctionB. of people who have purchased
t'.,' :whereby" candidates can reach. the farm sites in the 'Glades Even when address, '
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:d '. :t .voters without the necapsity of writing Some have objected' to the law bcaune the t work of drainage i i. completed,
; ,;. a letter to each voter and sendingf' it wax long and is made up in :
purchasers
; i many are expected to be
f : 'i' .to, each voter a platform of literature large pact of requirements as to mat- i I unable to bear the expense of digging #
;h 't' .. ; i',designed to influence him in favor of I jtrrs of detail. It would be just as 'I I laterals.
'i'" the candidate !sending it out. ((2)) ;.reasonable to refuse to wear a watch i Bond Issue Inadequate.
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p r :'" "", ''$y rendering unnecessary additional i because its mechanism is complicated -,I At the last legislative session a
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y " campaign expenses after the voters I', as to object to an election law :I drainage bond issue of $6,000,000 was Winter Home Land & Development Co.
L have had an'opportunity to vote. upon/ that ground. Any voter who can ''provided for. The state, however, /
+ ;4; Cost of Literature. read print can vote the ballot with ,I is not held responsible for payment of
I, I;:, In several of our campaigns. personal (lout difficulty and the marking of the I II the issue, which is to be made from
i .* .letters and pamphlets bearing ballot is all the voter as such has (I I taxes levied on lands in the drainage Winter Home Floridaor
'. I had to do.The ,
ji 1 t., two cent stamps have been sent to ever I district. The suggestion was made
1" < every voter appearing upon the reg- Primary Ballot. I[ that a bond issue be submitted to the
j .' titration lists. When one candidate i Not one man in a thousand in Flor- I' of Florida but
people fear that the
i 'does this the other candidates feel ida today in familiar with detailed vote would be adverse caused thii M. BREAKER & CO., KISSIMMEE, fLOJ

'' rti4, that it is necessary for them also.Iff. 'provisions of our general electionlaw I plan to be rejected. Six millions, according :
I i Then: the newspaper advertisement and yet no voter has any trouble :I to the report of the experts, 2-4t
I ,tt'' have. been considerable. A very conservative -. with the ballot. The ballot providedfor will not prove a "drop in the bucket,"
; estimate of the cost of mail primary elections is as easily understood and doubt is being expressed as to
; y +, :.., ina: 'tbll!, letters,. pamphlets, and doing j as the ballot provided for the ability of state officials to dispose
r ' ; 'a.lQoderate 'amount: of newspaper advertising general elections. In fact, it is sim of this issue. 1st fact, it is understood __ __. __u_ __ ______ __ -- --- ----
for a state office,' under the pler. The objections which have that the bonds have been rejected by MRS. WILLSON URGES plaint was uttered, by being pressedfor As Billee stood on the platform at
old plan in vogue! her.tolor..i. f 10OpO ,- been. urged to,the method of countingthe I more than one financial concern,. answers to .questions as to their the old Kissimmee station ready to
M and the. .campaign': between thefirst'and ballots and ascertaining the results Long Delay. Probable. FAIR PLAY FOR INDIAN condition he admits "Indians hunt take his departure, he ,was the cynosure -
t ral r' second primaries have added ; required by this law would never :. The next legislative session will be hunt not much' game, fields make of all eyes. Stately and dig
to }hie', expense very largely, espec'tally : have been published. If those responsible 'I held In April and lay of 1015. Therefore 'em, but white man come and Indiango. nified dressed aa he was In his tur.
/ in newspaper advertising. Therefore for them had taken the trouble if the regular session is to be ASKS WOMENS CLUBS TO USE : Now Indiana hungry' littly bit; ban-crowned costume, with his beaded -r
+ I there was incorporated in chapter to get the facts straight.It I relied upon a long wait is in prospect I THEIR INFLUENCE IN BEHALF by and by Picanninies hungry ojus belt and long-hanging bright colored -
,.. ,6460, passed l by the last legislature has been seriously urged that ifa I I before the work can be pushed on a OF THE BENIGHTED I'I| (heap) we think." tassels, the insignia of his tribal
stt .-)': '.1i two provisions: ((1)) Eliminating voter availed himself of the privi- I large xcale. State officials and others I SEMINOLES. | Every Floridian believes in "fair position, none looked upon this proud
ii? the. second primary and substituting lege and right of voting his second J have also expressed the hope that I II | play," and as soon as the people of representative of an aboriginal people
"'. :'' In its place second choice or prefer- choice, he would be injuring the government aid could be secured. The To Florida Women's Clubs: |I this state understand how cruelly fair without a feeling of pride that be
f! : .Jflltial votlng; and ((2)) providing ford chances of his first choice candidate. ;I action of the government, however, Just a few words that may interest I play has been denied' the Seminoles, belongs in all his picturesqueness, to
+ :* r pamphlet to be published under the Of course this is not the fact. No I depends upoa the passage of the bill with reference to a, subject that is their hearts will be troubled and these Florida.
s (lP't, + supervision of the secretary of state first choice candidate can be made to I introduced by Speaker Champ Clark, fast becoming state-wide in its bearing ;I helpless, home-loving Everglade dwellers Shall we not resolve that this year
"t' and mailed to each voter of the party suffer by reason of the fact that a now pending in eongrcsn> which allows on the homeless condition of the Sem- will be saved from extinction, and of 1914 shall see justice, personal
g'. )i to which the candidate belongs. The second choice I is also expressed. It I Uncle Sam to advance money on inole Indians.. i I provided with homes. rights and the protection of law given -
t f cost of this pamphlet is intended to Is only in event that a voter's first I I drainage projects. Therefore dolay On Christmas Day we had a long- ,| As native Americans, the Seminolesare I to these red patriots of Florida?
*. be met by assessments upon the can- choice candidate fails to receive seems inevitable along this avenue promised visit from Billee Bowlegs, his today stranded, as it were, on I I MINNI MOOREWILLSON.LOYAL .
didates. The pamphlet takes place I either the greatest or the next greatest I of hope, with the final result in doubt. annual visit to tell us of his tribe. ,j the morasses of the great Florida'
of the letters and pamphlets, &ndo.la number of first choice votes that' swamps-positively helpless. I II I
C'- I The great problem of' drainage This visit was full of interest, yet I I TO THE FAMILY
the candidate not to exceed $400, | it becomes at all material to considerthe seems to be no nearer solution :han tinged with pathos, for he could only I i I Only another thought, please. The ; Carlyle once told of a lawsuit pend-T
whereas his expenses heretofore have second. choice votes callt for his Lit has been in the past, although the tell us of a homeless people. I I Florida Seminole is the noblest type' ing in Scotland affecting the successionto
been many times that amount. opponents.The best drainage engineers of the coun- Billee came as a representative of I of our aboriginal people. lIe believes a great estate of which he had
.put* the candidate will want to be secretary of state, acting untit r try have declared the project is feas- his band, and no ambassador from a'' in the Great Spirit (God) ; he believesin known something. The case dependedon
sure that his claims to the office he authority of a house resolution, has ible. The old .could have shown I I '
question of securing the foreign country God's Son; he believes in immortality a family secret known only to one ri
Yv I :seeks reach the voters. How is thin compiled the laws of Florida relating needed millions again arises, and Flor- more innate refinement, more cour- 'I ; he is brave and fearless, and old servant, who refused to reveal it.
: to be done. The plan adopted brings I to general elections and primary clew tesy nor a more gentlemanly bearing j i he has a keen intellect; he has a A kirk minister was sent to tell ,
i"-- to the registration feature of the tions, which will be used by inspectors -purchas-ers herd
us than did this untutored Indian of the passionate love for his children; he that she must speak on peril of her (
I- I who will
also be furnished
'law. with Where will you get it! Everglades. is courteous and kind to his women; soul.
_ Registration( other necessary forms. It has been State Morally: Responsible. lie always considers it a part of his code is to "neither lie nor steal, "Peril of my saul!" she said. "And
There has been considerable objection _madc possible by requirement of fre to the visit relate with exactness the alms'
According the state's contract to I nor cheat lie asks no !, nothingbut would ye put the honor of an auld
,v to the requirement for regl.i : *- quent, registrations prevent voters with the large private land dealers, member of deaths that have occurred the land that he believes and Scottish family in competition with
i-, .j v, \trat} before. each primary. If we f one party from participating in the Florida is not legally bound to drain among the tribe, the marriages and knows to be his, the area,: around the saul of a poor creature like me?"
',liaye .the registration this enormous primary elections held by a different the Everglades, but merely to spenda the births, and while no word of com I I Okeechobee.: I, -Exclrange.t'ooooooooooo..o.o.o.oooo .
: I expense can be saved, but without It, party. certain sum in digging drainage
t ,$1?seems to be impossible, because In Candidates and voters alike oughtto canal.t. Thousands of prospective settlers -
I ,the first place, voters are not all liv- be able to feel that only voters of in other states, however, have OOOtooo.ooooooooooo..oOUR In
:'Ing today where they were when they that party will be allowed to participate i- beep given to understand "that the
":'registered, some of them many years in nomination of its officers, thatit state ill legally bound to drain the

bbl ,ao. Again, there I is, no occasion for i is not necessary to spend a fortune i vast arid fertile swamp, as a result of GLASSES ----
y II :'a democratic: voter to send literature In order that people, may express : which the obligation to drain is moral,
)'t4 a' a ,republican voter for example'' their choice for their public officials; if not legal. Despite this fact, though,
n 1\-r.bere is another reason for requiring and, above all,. that the ballot shall there' has been so much mismanagement -
Tplennlaf registration. If we are to he honestly cast and accurately I to the work of draining and sell Give you more for your money than any

_ I' 'nifintalfla[ ,system of primary.nom I counted. I ing Everglades lands, that it is doubtful other glasses made. More comfort '
i, f 1 nationswe ought to do .so honestly { I claim for this law that it accomplishes whether the people would vote in more
One of the grounds upon which obje'c'tlon those result as fu''.lr! as a favor of
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( a large bond issue In case 1 style, more enjoyment more real all-around
u ;. Is made is that it will be expensive 'mere statute can secure then: Of the matter was submitted to them. ;

'"; .1.t, to, register voters every two 'nurse, like all '.wJ. it has to depend In the meantime interest in the satisfaction and.,they prove it every time
't"W'I. ." .: 'yeast As the bill was originally upon the integrity of those who administer problem is naturally increasing, for you
p ,J I'! ''lfIav"; t, would have been no more It, and upon public !sentiment !. '!the savings of land purchasers and wear them. THERE'S A REA'SON---Uere

: :'J r''t; 't ;A peniiJA:.Under.this law than it has which I confidently: believe. will [the honor of the state are involved. fitted correct
I are absolutely We'
'(}" ,always I -baenj, but ''eyen If amended, sustain it.Oklawaha. your eyes. have the

.. '!t 'th.e.y' : lledaeaneed'o t.be. great -, MGU F TO ATLANTIC UNE" equipment ability and disposition to) 'give you' the best /':
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\ ')tt'has"en''uuggeated, also that, i it:' urllerie.,have tho finest Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort
>b.'i'' I 'ta'.tooi;.ijriuchj trouble'toijhe 'roter torN strain'of,Pineapple Orange, (trees, warranted Myers, Fla* for! rate of fare and schedule service at modedn .prices.. Broken lenses duplicated
,! i :regt.tety-sq ;of toi: 'tU r. the drat place, ,.to,'produce strictly.fancy ;fruit of steamers 5gwanee and Corona '
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i :., fq >**'*ry r lri.y01 t' aught,torte will-. : Oklawaha, Nurseries, Tangerine,.'Fla.:, plying, ,between.. Fort Myers. and Fort exactly and frames repaired to look like' new!
;f' \'Jng t6 'andgigQaV' : ''alfgbtf,lnconren'enihf.orde Write.,for;.t&10I&4, | 2ThatPlttsburg' I La.uderda.le via the famo..s C ooaah.t.- '
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.' ,/,'::, 'band! ';;*oil;:) :re' /Vcandidate: in. i ; : :woman,'.who claims I Drainage .Caaala,, T/bd most>woDduI I ,r"-i.. iiirt'" I.t<'heeD'' sit2Og0times by I fd.sc gefyla''Awertea..Wild} :? bird ,;to ,.- J cs, ..OPTOMETRISTrr'th4 : '
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PINE' 'LUMBER: '. ONLTTZSrfER. -CENT'OP : : .: Grazt '. t y

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TANKAGE AVAILABLE i
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LOST PRODUCTS IN THE ; '
TILLATION OF mAL ; .s ,;
HOUSE BILLS ASPECIALTYMMMIMIMIIMKIIMIIIIIIMI :
I' I AMOUNTS TO MIL .
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five per cent of a highly valuable r
CARSON FAR712ER: tilizing material in the form of Size B y':;>. '_

:t NSVRArrcE.: -, age .and blood from the ) '
slaughter of 'food animal Is Hundred '
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency wasted throughout the country .

State Bank Building tricts. addition $22,000,000 : ,. u

V of ammonia from which .
.
f" sulphate, another valuable Will ,Bring: 'a ,
-- ---- '
material could be made, is
wasted by the practice of making a
of .Sale., '$ .
in the beehive type of oven, _
G+RAYSZ'ONE: :: Q'AR7EN8 ,to a recent bulletin of the .\'! .

Railroad Ave. and Dakon St.,',Kiuiaree, Fla. ,of agriculture. "
Tankage, a product of 4 _
Now have ready for setting out: houses consisting of such waste i

Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants terial as bones, hoofs, hair, etc.,
Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants tains a large percentage of

Tomato Plants and other products used in FLO 0

> And will soon have celery and all kind. of vegetable plants. fertilizer and in the larger ,
that grow best in this country, by 100 or 1000. houses is carefully saved. In :

'i Enquire of NICK ROGERO, Supt. killing, however, only 25% of '
.tankage and blood are saved for : <. -(
# # tilizer. The nitrogen content of 1$

,-.- ..----- age is said to vary from.5 to 8$/>
its phosphoric acid content
C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. and 127. ;; '

The Waters & Carson in Dried nitrogen blood of is all perhaps the drganic the

ials used in the fertilizing
Unadulterated blood when quite :
contains 14 per cent of nitrogen, 4 '
Grocery CompanyWholesale as obtained on the market its ? t
varies from 9 to 13: per ent. : ; n'
Fro mthe figures estimated by
'
Bureau of Animal Industry, '
and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES ment of agriculture, as ; :
the total slaughter of cattle, ;; t
swine, and sheep in the United "
\ in 1912, it has been calculated

all the materials rendered .
by this slaughter ha dbeen saved f "T a
.0000000000400 . 40t .......4 .. ...... ..e converted into tankage and I
0 0 I blood, they would have produced
4 WE SEI.L: 4o + WE BUY: 4 535 tons of .
and
tankage 79,794
HAY, '
0 0o HIDES, 0 of dried blood. ; +
GRAIN, 0 0 The Introduction of a -
,
0 0 FURS, syste mamong American farmers ,:
0! FERTILIZERS, 0 # doubtedly would result 'in an 1
4 0 0 WOOL 4 .v'S.
0 SHINGLES, toO 0 utilization of blood and tankage '
0 0 fertilizing purposes. In :
ORANGE. BOXES 0 0 ANDO country killing is- ing '
.
co-operative basis in small
ORANGE WRAPS 0VEGETABLE ALL'COUNTRY .
abattoirs, and the'blood is :
CRATES, o "- preserved. '
: : '
0. The loss of ammonium (
-CRATE NAILS. 0 '0 PRODUCE. which compares favorably with t
0 :
4004004000 00.0 0 040..4.4 nitrate as 'plant stimulant in the : I ,
L tillation of coal for the
coke, is 'described in the bull : : 1
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. :
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. follows: +" 1
Free delivery In city limit. Phone No. 12. "In the main, coal is distilled in #; -
We are county agents for ?jod fertilisers. Ask us fir circulars and country in that form of coke oven; ! ; : ;-A&S:
prlcts on fertilisers. beehive oven, which does not
the recovery of the distillation { '
ducas. Instead, they are '
::! '
J I
go to waste. So we are
the by-product recovery oven for '
main supply of ammonium '
A The amount recovered is A-,
T Special BargainSR about $4,000,000, while the '

:}: poking is ammonia valued processes at annually$22,000,000.by the destroyed beehive* * in \ e"n i '

the beginning of the year 19-12 i
We I*19 some good property in Florida owned by non-residents who were 4,624 by-product; coke ,
will sell \argaln prices on favorable terms of payment, and can furnish operation in"the United States
698
any thing wtfred In-the way of splendid ora/ige grove's, lake front property, The building.great product of Chile, ,
stock farm!* fine trucking lands in the artesian belt with good flowing wells. .V
s. nitrate, possesses less nitrogen
__ No. 22 A city limits <* Kissimmee that has 3 1-2 acres in cultivation, fenced with ate. The United States, however '

) woven wire, TOfe 50 grapefruit, 8 orange and 8 tangerine trees, besides some ports a great quantity (in 1911, !
fig, guavas, SJfendid peach trees and fine Rtrawberr ypatch just beginningto tons) for u esin agriculture,
beaT. 6 1- lures more fenced with barb-wire, partly cleared. This is the deficient supply of other
owned by a mi her who is not living on the land and is willing to sacrifice in this country. This is only a .
it. Offers the Rv>erty for $650) for immediate acceptance. Cheap at $1,000. part of the total amount jf ri .,
Time can be han $200 if desired, good title and everything right. trate America imports yearly ;
No. 221. 5 sWeR of landin the suburbs of Kissimmee. Has large gar Chile, as it has many other uses.
.. den in cultlvatio and fenced. 4-room house splendid well of good soft more tntensive agriculture of
water, chicken hofe. Splendid place for nice citrus fruit+ grove and to en- years has emphasized the demand

... gage in the poultr usiness. Owned by Cleveland, Ohio, man, who has authorized nitrates, and the fact that the j
; ,J....* us to sell U. $800; will give time on $300 if necessary. Here one beds of nitrates have been
could have the adv ages of school and six churches. good markets, etc., and figures have been obtained

and still enjoy the iledom of the country.No. make possible a fairly close : : '
333. 60 acrkof land 1 )-2 mile from railroad station. Land lies of the amount of nitrate ) d,
comparatively level, lod productive soil, exceptionally: good orange land there should stimulate the t ri +

p with about 20 acres inViltivation, fenced and cross fenced. 6 acres bearing man
orange grove l loaded diV, with fruit at the present time, 4 room house, good ture of nitrogenous substances for ; I 1
stable. 1 1-4 mile fit* railway station, school and church. Price $4500 tilizer manufacture and serve '
including this year's era, or $4000 with crop reserved. Time .can be had warning against undue waste : I '
\
on $1500 if desired. Artificial nitrates have become
No. 335. Stock fare containing 600 acres 6 miles from town, 1-2 mile ". I
from good school where Inday school,, Christian Endeavor and church services mercially important to supply the I I i ,
are held, in good ghborhood, surrounded by orange groves, good mand in this country, calcium : I '
homed This fine pasturend 'adjoins lake. Nearly 500 acres prairie land mide being perhaps the most t I : t *
covered with heavy growt of grass, fenced hog toght and cross fenced. ous material manufactured for I ,
About 100 acres of orange )iVd. Owner is in other lines of industry and''ad I lizer pdrposes. It is prepared a'
vises us to sell. Exception *bargainwith' favorable terms of payment If :
interested in good proposition where easy, money can be made growing at-- latter being* prepared from the i: !
tie that will never require *:y ,excepting pasture, and where a fine'grove calcium carbide and free nitrogen; / ,, ,
4 ; can be propogated will fa well", 'to investigate, this splendid bargaiN tatter being prepared from, the . ft* x
,\ v We can furnish stock-farts any ,.Ize,from 160 acres to-50,000 acres in phere by the removal of oxygen.
one ''Cattle industry !in Florida1 .. because
ifs tract. a big paying proposition : industry' is considered to be; as yet
'avoid severe storm, long feedYig'terms necessary in. the north. Write us in its J
<.i for bargains'i'nfarm properti stock;.ranches, orangV'groves,* or splendid? infancy, and with the 1ncr
F :-' ,tracking farm < ''''''..I.ri' capacity existing factories: and :
.
tensions .nod wider 'wayshould,, ) :
NELSONiRE an:.important'factor' ''in. '
LTY. .CQ the, p
: :. source of nitrogenous frtlllseraThe ; .
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.. :relative 't 1uu'of, *' (
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,"' ; ,.Rear. . 'of_ State. :Baljk : ,.KissimmeeFIa.. , ,. << fertilizers are brought out' fully, in. ' #
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a. 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,, ,FWDAY, JANOAJW. ', tM4 fi,

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)' .y%,, "'r\R.''c; ;I. HYATT '" ONLY .a e a4o4oeaoo .. -
CE .. CAPTURESA TWO : It
L. e. Physician and FLORIDA': I ,.p

4 Y +1' BurgeonPhones \ Our Collection of Toilet Articles. _" : lh,

Office, 197 E Klislmmee BIG GOVERNMENT GASES OFTYPHOID ,. M

4 .i- Rei. 248 Florida ,. -- --_._-- ..
,and Is >
PRIZE FEVERIN preparation .simply per

f'erbTea ''OU:>J.W.SIMPSON ..... -. .. feet I in. completeness. and. quollty. . :' \,; ',I.
'
I j c (.Includes'the' ; best-of everything
II
: ., lothilig's riKNT.IHT/ YiAR ,k I I ..J
t r, :t Upstairs In Kat Kulldlntr.I NAVY DEPARTMENT DECIDES ARMY IN OF 1913 +l the most.. particular people re.

9 to 12 m. +* '
I a m. quire.
)"ICM UouaN -
's :
+ { t.w:: t mt bN:: )p. m.
h ,rnade 3nedid telephnueN! ,< .U\._Juo 1'1. let, TO MAKE PENSAC!: () .A..:A PE.UIA.1! WONDERFUL RECORD' OF THE The same standard ,pf quality

guaranteed E\T},\ STA- ,PROPHYLACTIC .TREATMENT'. ...
our toilet
pjlM to t :
( goodsas
anything I )U. W. W. CARSON AERONA5TICAL I -- j J: .
.
I WHICH HAS WIPED OUT '
ca4 profelaion: DENTIST to our drugs and medicines.
THE DISEASE AMONG NA
R 'five 'minutes- I I'I
,
Only the. best are admitted to
:' n Purely vegetable j Office over Cole's Jewelry Store I ( By Winfleld Jones) TION'S DEFENDERS. r'' ...,.
cohol narcotics Office Houri 8-12. 1-5 : our shelves or cases.
,1 I| Washington, I D. C., Jan. 3.-Florida I
' i -- wareA sufferer Olllce phone K>8 ruptured one of the 'bil1'gellt government -
t' I Itesidence" 2tGasadministeredforertrectiohof!:'\ ,, Washington, IX C., Jan. 2.-The
( tform 'Asthma, prizes ever given out when the the 1913 with
through
U- *tliDR. army got year
' , I',\ Bronchitit or in I ''navy department today derided to only two cases of typhoid fever in the PALACE DRUG STORE '
IC ,
)I 1 a : tenifijr throat, I H. S. GEIGER I make 1'ennacola 1 a permanent aeronautical enlisted strength of more than 80,000 t/

k lung, stomach, PHYSICIAN) A fill SUHUBOH station for the navy. officers and men. One was that of a
kidney or bladder I Citizens Bank Building 1 The of the has derided -
secretary navy
who had been immunized with
PHONE
p A man t 41 Kissimmee, Ha. FREE DELIVERY
A ( tMa , trouble, get Kissimmee, Florida thut the science of aerial navi- the typhoid vaccine and was believedto

j Seal ac yourself a can I Phones: Office 297 or (04. Cation: HUH reached that point where have contracted the fever before he ...... X<-M - 4->* < .< ****

r ,;times, of Birch Mountain Residence, 2C6. 14-lyj air craft must form a large part:; of enlisted; the other case was among I .
i i rnalned' Herb Tea for offensive and de- .: .. ,.. . .
--- -' --- our naval force the troops in China and though the oo oooooOOOt. )f t.i .
i f ,
;thek act' at and it
once I'1' M. RIVERS: M. l It.I I ifenitivi! operation, Nearly! all countries man was immunized in 1911 the history .rco ACCIDENTS
] WILL
I4ow will start to HAPPEN
you. I having a navy art! giving attention of the case is in doubt.

; ;';>naries ; y, you will begin PHYSir.lAN and) SUKtiKONOIVus : > to thin subject. Thin country has The navy, which adopted the vaccine i How horrifying 'it is to the
esstii I lhHriiHil
OsctMilu
t was worth livinff over > not! fully recognized the value of nero-
later than the army and did not) economical wife in her snowy
'" J lies i ihf short time you will I I'liON" "' : \ | ..Hl l<>.IICI* 6Onla ; imulicM. in preparation for wjir, but it make its use at once compulsory, had white gown, to see that ugly
p'I , t w iul 'change in your HI! ""M spot it. That
believed that we should take our among its OOOO jackies only seven a. upon pretty gown
'jthat f effective in -- that caused her so much thought
ftjutt as proper pluce. Thin 'IK the policy that authentic cases of typhoid in the year
1,, 1 Sbeen sf i,Catarrh.' La Grippe, W'' I.. WINN r IIIIK lieen adopted.! Captain W. I. ending last June. )Four of these were f and"worry, and, really shehasn't

pre Jgh, Colds, CoughsTIhav' PHYSICIAN ('h ''Ht.l"h.! U. S.J'I., retired, in charge treated at a remote tropical station another decent dress to
its.' Our wear. Hut let it not .cloud
guarantee aviation the is recognized your
in navy where the vaccine had deteriorated.Such .
i iv and if it does Office 2nd Floor Will ofl Building fair face for mutant. Sendit
; 1te J) ,can I :' KiMmMMKK.Orriuit | as one of the leading! men in this is the wonderful record of the one
RK II> NC I'IIONK ,
bees ou, your,druggist willc' Pr
I f your money.1UNTAW I II -- H. Towers, U. S. N., un aviator of wiped' out one scourge among the nat .-1 tharoughly you'd never
J
nom ) TEA CO., I fie. A. VANS AONFW It m.wr<>Bi. 1 r iecogniy.iid ability has had charge of ones defenders, and which many medical what happened. The cost will

I K ;ter iy, y., Ue S. A. I \rANSAfJNF.W: & rKAWKOKD the aviation camp at Annapolis under officers believe has had somethingto >> be small. I

pr ifbnmee' Drag Co. Klsslmierital I 1 1'npUun 'numbers.( He has contributed do with the decreasing rate of tuberculosis. Phone (HI l 15 Darlington, Xvr.Suitatorium ( .
II.'t ATI CUM- 1SATI.AWOlllee. ,I largely to the development of nuI .

': portu'ces'saf I ,I-t'..( CiliTi'iu. IIR"k I IliillilhiuKissimmee I Mil aviation by practical work in ex- Under the direction of Surgeon Gen- Oliver's v/
./
ti .q ..... Florida i perimentation) and in training pcrson- eral Blue of the public,health service, .,
", prlr ;. : ," l !' net fob, flying. Several other officers many thousands of sailors on merchant OOOOtOb O Otooooo.oo..o..'
pus detachment of -- ---- - ---- - ---+: ;' r
and I IJ. CKKJICK.ATTORN; ; ( and a men are working'with I ships have been treated with the serum '
: ( ]1-I tOtoooo o o.++ t
e Lieutenant. Towers. The
"-' .. . navy ut I the government's marine hospital.
.. :
Trees ICY-AT-l.A has> other qualified aviators and some Before the resort to immunization, :

( JI. ,students< of aviation to assist in further : typhoid. cases. in the army averaged I, I
'no.:. "", : '. Ofllce State Hank Building development. about three enlisted
:--; .""V'yJJ. per 1,000 strength, 1
I 'Shrub andlFlowers: Kltmimmee..---I Florid- Captain Chambers will continue his or upproximately 250 cases per annum. PROMPT ATTENTIONto :

e=.. I excellent work at the navy depaitment. In 11)10) before the beginning of the
.
di. '. Gardening Q.EO. F. PARKER Captain Mark I.. Bristol has been assigned treatment, the rate was 2.32 per thou-

>cape" | to duty under the Aid of Operations sand; in 1911 it dropped to .80; in 1912 I

*I; CI secticideUj Attorney-at-Law. ; to have charge of the htudy to ,21i( ; this year the rate is practically i it

.. $.,, Q. recommend) Collections and Conveyancing and development of the art of aerial nothing. t :
rrl
Specialties. warfare for the
navy. Some scientists have thought the
for
bur' Mixture 112% Broadway. :i 11 has been decided by a board of prophylaxis involved an increase of every requirement of our ,4

I r oj Eta:; ,Spray pumps, naval officers that I'ensacola is the I' liability to tuberculosis. Army surgeons -

r t ,.A '-'. Mnd r' I and''truck. /j. F. KK1HKS I best location in this country for a naval who have been analyzing their depositors and clients is the n./I 1;
Jf ; : .
;s't" )KI.A aeronautical center. The secretary I .
ATTORNEY AT LAW KISKIMJIKK figures feel that they have established i

i ,wjbey! At Examination of Titles! n Specialy. I has approved the finding of the'holl..1 the fact to be exactly the contrary. invariable rule of the Citizensi
R' 471 and 1 .selected. the naval station. I '
<
H !Here the figures showing the
Orlando Notification and payment of (axe, of are 1<
'It. IYIelenee' 9 Ave. 1'ensacola I'Ma. for naval aeronautical Bank of Kissimmee assuring /
,,.t non-residents given careful a number of cases of tuberculosis among ,
)P P.. O.',.R. t. 25il attention.Pat I 1 station. The aviation at An- 1 '
'IJ'' ; camp the soldiers: In 1909 there were 4.70
I. 3A. r I service. You :
i j napolis will he transferred there and per thousand; in 1910 the rate was satisfactory

i 9FS'. I I'' I. _- Josnston G. P. Garrett ''a !flying school, in charge of. Lieut. 3.7i; in 1911 it was 3.74, and last year jj '

) &::4.z . .JOHNSTON & GARRETT II Towers, will be permanently establish- 3.4J.! It is admitted by the surgeons choose wisely in making this '

'sirvat a1'qmpson ( )' at Law I ed. The battleship Misssmsippi has I that the reduction is due in some degree ,,' '

a" ;ero4'tERAL\ Offices 10, 11 & 12 been detached from the reserve fleet to the more careful examinationof your depositary, where check-

.DIRECTOR", Citizens Bank Bldg., and assigned as aeronautical station recruits, but the figures at least
rti. J ;'lfI1 KJsslmmee Florida. ship .at Pensacola. She will sail in a show that the prophylaxis treatmen; ing accounts, large or small,g ,
: .
old, pl 1.v! EftfIr4 few days. Lieutenant Commander II. has not increased tuberculosis.The .
t !'! tx>vu o. MAsnier. T. melba WAKUOW are invited. t.
o O>J :- '" Let Oounivl for Judge of the C; Muatin,,a qualified aviator, studentof difficulties in extending protection . .. : I
M-- riw-tda R.R. Cc>mm. Criminal( Court aviation and officer of much'me- ..
,;. 1- an is", said by naval surgeons' to be (., -
Lat7' ne-RalltJ'''' ''' swart ,Are.rLOIUDA. MASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS chanical ability, has been assigned to much greater than in the case of sol- ,

Pt tally in special aeronautical duty on board the
," AND COUNSEIXOS diers owing to the fact that the formerare
fore, there wster ..... f; AT LAW 2 I MissisKippi.. lie is to take up the landed in strange ports, going to 'r +

> .. ..6469\ pa,>:: --. Pnetk.In all the Court- of the RUt" and of problem of the work of air craft at all sorts .of places and eating all kinds
: )i : th. United SUU al.| .. before the Florida Ki\-\
: I'. tore..irnd Pl LiABLr road OoaimbMiion.. and the Intctratate tommere.Cgnml..ton. sea with the fleet. of foods and generally are beyond the Citizens Bank of Kissimi
'. the This new impetus to aeronautics in watchful eyes of their superior of
"
'
1st ".,it .... In its place L'Tin r\ Sheet 1I-HCMA.I.K TOM LDO. OKI.ANIIO.FI.A.14 1 yr our navy is only the beginning of a I I ficers. Typhoid cases in the navy,

,, .. Ljential votln :J (, *. program thut has been mapped! out. which in 1911 numbered 3.61 per thou ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVI ;

f 'a' pamphlet' Metal'I Shop A NUREVV JOHNSON The flying .school at Pensacola, working sand, dropped to fifty-seven cases, or President bier 1

.t+ ; ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L tw with the Mississippi will produce .92 per thousand in the following year.
and mailfl-r_ trained, personnel and evolve com- t'OO
Will Practice in all Courts a During the current year up to October
j
to 'Whicl f' ) Federal\ plete system of training. A scheme 1 the .30. Wh .
.eT for Hup-to-date SsnTM State and percentage was only ;re OO.OOOOO OOOOO '
of I
l Coat SoppUea. We handle Office adjoining Broadway for systematically carrying out experiments : typhoid ocourrer among those who had . ... --_- R.
- ---- -- --
A? r be.mettr.> bath. except Citizens Bank' Kissimmee and tests and bringing outside been treated the cases were mild and

'didates. carry .the Green Lable, experts into close touch with our work the convalescence rapid. .The fleet

of the (fithe vary best quality. im. II. JENKINS will be developed. The designers of of the Atlantic fleet now re
"but the best me- surgeon
thJ>on*
G. WIINER
costs e..D. IHSUBDHGE I1NGY.
!' plumblnl' air craft in the United States and of ports that the prophylactic has practically E ...

A ti Jwbe '. k nt"lt.Iour': r plumbing SURVEYOR the wotld, if possible, will be Invited eradicated typhoid from the 2

& .._'bayt a' cemplete up-to-date Fraternity lIa1Kisalmmee\ Fla and induced by substantial financial fleet. Successor to Arthur E. Donefaa Agency V

, p. ia Which we make anything' assistance. to provide for our navy the .. Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building.done! 246 i
t Metal Use to order. Our best type of air craft obtainable. Thequestion
rid' Blotr Pipe Artistic J. HICKS I -
U
are ;
DR..r1. .
of air hasalready
ships (dirigibles) iff
r.C iflngst-JBoofing: Guttering, Physician '
", ,M HrtlntV Cornke,'Sk7l1chtll and V.nf''l. and Surgeon been considered. The purchase EXPERT PIANO General' Insurance Business, representing' rne street and moat

....Ion, v We carry i, stock a complete Office Phones of airships for-experiment and Reliable companies.We ;
.'I s i.of Coppet. Galraniied Iren. Roof- State Bank Bid. Office 41-Res. 40 the training of personnel will be takenup TUNINGSpecial
....'Blip' ,Tins AU w.1rk done I soon. The manufacture of air craftin will continue the Business of the Arthur ) Joaexan Agency
I
bon:,aotioe and guaranteed tow '
: afaetloD','! J Onri prices are this country will be encouraged. attention to all makes. of without change-Your patronage is respectfully s&ited.\

o'nable.Gir, Iii a trial and beStarling "OOtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO When the navy department goes to instruments *

,awvlrleed.i. J T congress for financial assistance, it Charge for tuning $3.00, for next -- '- .
.
1 30 days.Out .
: Dann & Dann will not be based upon theories but .
{iit.; / 'upon actual experience end practical of town orders solicited. I ...-;

}, ... :\ ""L..., .'t'. ," >< ,* Mgr. Grocery Company I results. I Phone 202 R. D. FAIRMAN Box 197 CHRISTMAS and NEW YE 4I r HOLIDAYCHEAP .

;I ,... ........ ,..,-*."T. y; T. . 101 Broadway- --J 7 .I Kissimmee, Fla.
j :tMawmwBM_ ,BB .. Somebody of a psychological turn
'f -J
/'i ".' f EXCURSION ARES -
-- : !;
\ y" of mind once asked Lord Rosebery. .
l ff Stare
Operates the Cleanest "What is memory ?" 1
SOUR ACID STOMACHS VIA
.i/r./ fem'Insurance,: and Sells the Freshest Groceriesof I "Memory." Rosebery replied 6ASES OK INDIGESTION f ..

:,, ,, );.". .'.. ,"PI/,: Any House in Kissimmee.R. I promptly, but somewhat pensively, i The Atlantic Coasf Line
,I\., \ "memory is the feeling that steals Eich "Pape'a Olapeoaln" dtgeata 8000
.' -,. ,.". .J" - '-- .Oo..oo. Oo..o..Oooo.o when listen to friends'original ,raIn. food, ending all stomach / t
/ SOWTH
.., fi 7\ .' over us we our misery' In five minutes. THE STANDARD RAILROAD F THE
AKK4A: SPECIALTY OP RENTING l.ories.-Tit-Bit. '
, *.< rs..i: :l' Time itt la flro minutes all stomach Tickets will\ be on sale from all nts on the Atlantic Coast '

', ; .AND'. BOOMS F. PARKERT"ETAILOR T Mrs. Blewer-Blud-That tailor of' distress will go. No Indigestion ofKas Line to all points:Sout h of the Ohio iJi Potomac and East of the '
> A'1 .. heartburn, sourness or belching
v" f F > yours is getting very familiar. He eructations of undigested Mississippi rivers including Washir oa, Cincinnati. EransTllle(
.. JNM',t ;;/Ao :17:1 sold or
... )- .- had the insolence to salute me on the' food no dJuIa.... Iel4atlaisd and Cairo, for all trains Dee 17, IS, 1.1 f 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26. and SI
''-,( street today. I think such people'' breath or besvdaflk*. and Jan. 1, |imited returning Jan. and to many: point. In the $ '

should be kept at a distance. rape's Diapepsln Is noted for Its and 22 limited returalagHavana.
_ 7'cl I stomachs Northwest and Southwest, en Dec. 21 "
speed In regulating upset
.. >>. 11 Dsrliaftoa Ave.t Mr. wer-Blud-rWell, my dear It .U the surest, quickest stomach remedy January IS. Also to Key West *n| 1>e4:. 14th, 18th and '!
I'm sure I've done/ all I could tl 1 I've la the whole world and besides It 21st, with limit of Jan. 3, 1914. , 1{
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l trouble forever by getting a....largefiftycent For further particulars, ached apply r* ye
Pticlt. ? Ticket Agents Atlantic Coast Line or address
C.'F. Thrasher case of Pape's Dlapepels ,, a'
t tegl Y4'11r 1111 i f '' .- from any drug store. Ton realise iafire J. G. Kirkland I T. C. White. a
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r, When you are I buying a Suit superior quality, ask for j JAN I r f 3 rr

commissioners met i ina I \. '. .,
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Manufactured By The Will The Greatest Known Name of the South. of session.the board being present at each op"TIM


''r: Men's Suits $10:00"and up. Men's Pants $3.50 and up.Boy's J. Wade Tucker appeared before ; .:'
board and offered build ,: I ,
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Boys' Suits 3.75 and Pants .50 and ,
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,. mil of road between Kissfminee and o '
: Loughman, using cypress timber and ''1. ., 1't'
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road eight feet in width at :
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Anew shipment of Boy's Suits and Pants of different cost 180000., approximate Vb aG'

I. varieties. High Quality serges. Norfolk Mr. Tucker also made a liberal offer : ,'" rftty. ".

to furnish lumber for the bridge ) ; -j"'t(. '.I. ;
Full
1( Bud plain double breasted styles. peg top "-: , ,,
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across Shingle
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.,.ri trousers. Sizes 5 to 18. Don't waste any time, creek on the new road about to be JULYS r:""" r,

,,, but pick your Christmas suit right; now. laid between here and Loughman.The I "-' J1'J 'l

board accepted his offer and the J f'I -'

f P R I S E 'earliest material possible is to be moment delivered, and at the the I Growers >- : ,. d::'

work begun at once. This new road I, s ,
THE '
if SUR is to be built along the south side .
Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME (-.noW''"ready;, .
E of the Atlantic Coast Line tracks, and
.;..) It tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when to apply, and many
is to run from the turn in the road "" r
other valuable point management ,
on grove \
about three miles south of town the
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116 Broadway Kissimmee fla. Send for copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soils and User- 'q d
entire distance to Loughman. This
t.1r' Its Forms'and Effects
new road will be much more direct

1 I, '> -- than the one now in use,, and will bea WILSON Q. TOOMER FERTILIZER: CO.'i

f: SPICK, GLOSSY HATH TRADING STAMP TAXUNCONSTITUTIONAL and attracting the attention of thou- decided improvement over the pres- 1\1 Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers,
;' FEEE FROM DANDRUFF sands of people from all sections of ent one. : .:

;;'1-1 the United States and Canada to this j JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
"*' II. Clay Stanford appeared before
Clris! Try It! Hair geta soft fluffy and section of the state and to provide I r j' 'l
) beautiful--Get a 25 cent bottleof amusement for the many tourists that the board and expressed himself in

., Danderln ATTORNEY GENERAL WEST AP- are in the state at this season of the no uncertain terms as being; pleased \, r
#t with the made the board'
; PEALS TO UNITED STATES ._ year and for the people of Florida. As progress by .
,1. If for heavy hair that glistens *j
you care COURT. and.especially for the Interest being! -- --- ----- - ,
SUPREME we are all naturally intereested in this }
with beauty and Is radiant with
taken in roads. lIe also ht artily
good -
I life; has an Incomparable softness and section of the state it is the duty of -
Is fluffy and lustrous, try; Danderlne. Washington, D. C.-Dec. 29.Attorney every town to make this celebration endorsed the trip recently taken
Just: one application doubles the General West of Florida has filed their celebration and participate In the by the members of the board, and for .
beauty of your hair, besides It Imme'dlately 1 I I with the supreme court of the United I their action in. hiring state convicts! I AVEF''
dissolves every particle of carnival either by floats, committees,
States action'of to work the roads..
on
an appeal from the rBEGIO
,dandruff. You can not have nloe decorated automobiles or in some manner -
k 'heavyhealthy hair U yon have I'I I the.federal district court for Southern i that will be representative of our The sealed-bids'for!: convict cages;1 r
s dandruff. This destructive scurf robs Florida in holding unconstitutional the 'town and section. which had been asked for, were opened
+ 'the hair of Its lustre its strength and 1913 Florida statute levying a tax on I and read. After due consideration .
It is the idea of the carnival
association
IU life, and if not overcome it .
very """""
the contract for two twelve men
,Ji-Oduees) a feverlshness and itching of trading stamps. The-court below held to have every float in the grand cages
.i j ''the .scalp; the hair roots famish that this statute was an unlawful discrimination parade decorated with a different, was awarded to the Manley Steel J. .... ''. '1.
''t, loosen and die; then the hair falls out against merchants! adver- Convict Cage Company of Pennsylvania .-. 7 ,
flower which
will make beatiful
... e't'fast.' Surely get a 25-cent bottle ofKnowlton'u a very their A. T.
tising in this way, and was a violationof and artistic and through agent, I
display especially
% Danderlne from any drug appropriate Wood of the branch office in Atlanta.
I ''tore and Just try; It. the fourteenth amendment. as Florida has always been 4 k
-t -Adv. The bids for road rollers were also -
known as "the land of flowers. I
:.,' } f David L. Coon,.who died at St. Pet- Let us get together and send a rep- opened. The board, 'however, deferred -
action in the matter until
k 4.. ,,:(laeer up Honey an' doan you fret ersburg, Florida, recently, after an resentation to Tampa that will reflect future date.Chairman. some tTA0tTI92 :
extended illness, was well known hero credit on our town and secure for this i
,Dar'. mighty good times comin yet. E. L. Lesley was appointed :
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in civic affairs in
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d was prominent section the best and cheapest advertising ::' 'f" "
purchasing agent for the general ,
Washington. He is survived by a that we could possibly get. .J ;- ,1...... ; ..:
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road supplies which are to be used 1.? 3 .
brother, James B. Coon, connected here vf:
: They Come the road workers.A I arr..n. /
by IytJ.tea
imere with a local hardware firm. 4/,
HOLLOWAY TO SELECT TilE tract of land containing 19 1-2 iXT SUMMER when folks who save are planning their vacations *' I :

NEW POST OFFICE SITEA acres, and lying along the main road N 't,
and the columns of are
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1, GASPARILLA CARNIVAL just beyond the city limits was purchased the. papers full t .

k size Libby's preserves ..____ lOc by the board from A. E. Done- of the name*,of those who are off on pleasure bent, you'wiU probe r
dispatch form Washington states
TO BE HELD IN TAMPA
f This of is to be
;.1r'. n>8. Hecker's Graham Flour. 20c'J. that W. M. Holloway, agent for the gan. piece ground ably be lamenting your inability to "leave the daily 'ariDd"owing 'fl- .: I
used as a clay pit and is easily accessible ,
.t, lien's Dress Pants from_.**_ $1.00 upHecker's FEBRUARY 21, 22 AND 23-TO BE government in the selection of the for the purpose.C to lack of funds. I'. .: .
sites for public buildings, will be ordered -
"' Cream Ootmeal, pkg.._ lOc A SOUTH FLORIDA I to Florida in a few days to nal .F. Johnson before of the the board Osceola and Jour offered Your wife worn and weary Iro .'lhe long straw of house' ?T-t

______ 25c AFFAIR.The take the selection of in that came '
3 cans string beans nU up sites l'
i, to print the financial statement hold duties, may feel l sadly the peed of rest. *' "
__________ 45c state. Sites will be selected in Lake 1
President Suspenders of the without cott and he
Gasparilla Carnival to be heldin City, Key West, Lakeland, Kissim county. Why BO* take ti.e by the '......ock aad tare a ii fc: '
Uc size Pork A; Beans ______n 10c Tampa in February is to be some- mee and DeFuniak Spring. got the Job.Before little each week-aow-and be ia a potitioB 10 -j"'?1 1

t'Db I :l Brick Boneless Codfish___- lOc thing different from any carnival or Mr. Uolloway is a Florida man, Adjourning the following be ia Bie when,tile cendactor' yells "All aboard 't ,;
officers appointed for the
were ensuing -
celebration ever held in this state andit having been state superintendent of
1'pkgs. Seeded Raisins ____un 25c is the wis hot the promoters that public instruction for several years, year: W. :J. Sears, attorney for MAKE A STAR TtODAY. WE HAVE YOUR BARK BOOK :

'box Fne Chocolates .______. 25c every town from Ocala and Sanford and was recently appointed to the the board; John Davis, superintendent WAITING FOR YOU. I:
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of the farm 2 Gerald W. Ash- .
) south in this carnival. poor
participate position which he now holds with the >
fan's.. Ladles' and Children's Hose The Associationwas ton, road supervisor; J. E.. Bass, jan- ft v
.J. Gasparilla Carnival government. lie is now on an inspection g'

,j lOc up organized' by the business men trip in the South anl should itor. V' .

; :pkarB. Cleaned Currants ______ 25c of the city of Tampa for the purpose of reach Lake City before many weeks "I
advertising Tampa and South Florida have : Index. MEN'S MEETING
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The'men's meeting last Sunday afternoon BAM -QFKISSIMMEE"

'?/8>4 IDs pulverized Sugar u____ 25c at the// Pastime theater was

/ (l.? few hundred bargains In Shoes. well attended and interesting. The "

k"f:. meeting was led by ft. C. Weidler, and .
DIXIE"
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the services. These meeting sire
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every

t;: PICTURES o'clock and are exceedingly. helpful Surplus 30000.00. Depoeitor's Secant $130,000.00' /' ,

Similar services for men are being Officers and Directors ,o.
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or.'f' C A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE.;;Vice Prest. 6
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[ C/KUiMf.. Motion- Show I fied':;to know,that uehsgood ; M.:KATZ.'2nd'VieiP :it/ .0':: #: '.4. !.. f

:, ; ckaaw. ..... &&....-.7.and IDiIIdaynr33 P.IL being done along this tin fa our ROMA. THOMAS. Assistant. Caahier ; :
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