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: March 7, 1913
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00584
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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. GRAND LODGE K K. 1 1OF :was The haven this 20th, Panama great will be man City Neal who and Dow aid"There Pensacola.Day. It is CITY .ENGINEER WILL concessions Mr.ploy-Rosenberg an' average-of'asked that of, he the agree less Board. to'm-b'y)' FIRST CITY II .PRIMARY' i;erty Improvements. should be and abolished on personal in the prop stale. . IC.I r

than 25
not of Colorado by reducing the rate of
now, and never as been In this y
P. CONVENES :country where' the policy of high license PLANS hands the year around. This Mr. such taxes 20 per cent of the levy the .. ;

has diminished the liquor traffic PREPAREJJOCK would Rosenbergrefused not enter Into to do, He said' be OF WHITE PARTY :first fiscal year, and an additional 20 ;
an agreement cent thereafter with
I or the evils coming from it. No per a corresponding '7
that he did not feel sure that he could
j increase in the taxes
' one.has ever suggested that under license on land Ili
fulfil, and he would not agree to do values, until at the end of five a
the .
LARGE demand for liquor would years .
EXPECTED not be fully met and fully lIupplied." I COUNCIL TAKES SUCH ACTION this, although he felt reasonably certain WILL BE HELD TOMORROW a single tax would be levied on land '
I that. would be able to employ values alone. .. . y
i a greater number of hands than the "Land values" shall mean the sale Q J

PIANO RECITAL AT ; minimum demanded by the commit- value of the land itself
KISSIMMEE- Irrespectiveof 'd
WILL BE ADORNED COMPREHENSIVE\ PLAN FOR RE- tee. The committee had formal
no improvements, and shall include
WITH .FRATERNAL COLORS THE CHAPTER HOUSE 1 DEMPTION OF WATERFRONT report to make and the matter was franchise values of public properties. j
left in abeyance. LARGE NUMBER HAVE REGIS I Mr. Carson concluded the for n J E
TERED-CANDIDATES FOR the negative with an argument to j'r
GUESTS FOR THREE DAYSmorning I MEAN MUCH FOR TOWNTo MANY PRETTY HATS I I prove that single tax is unjust and Im-

u PUPILS OF MISS NANNIE REESE i AT MILLINERY OPENING MAYOR TALK TO VOTERSThe I practicable-unjust, because it would 4 ; -j.
WILL Miss Mattie Bandy's millinery put all the taxatoin on one class, {(\ !
opening is in ;>-
progress today will would confiscate of ,, :
I property present
iVednesday will witness reclaim the water front of the
I LIC ENTERTAINMENT. continue until nine o'clock this evep- owners, and hence be
of the WhiteMan's dishonorable ,
first primary 3
' town
thte assembling in Kissimmee or the and build a concrete dock for ing. Among the shades
delegates for the meeting of the I -- the city Is the plan behind a resold- shown is the Nell new Rose, being being the I party will be held tomorrowfor I and previously would made effect debts and contracts hj ( ',
the nomination of municipal officers ; impracticable be-
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias I This evening at the Chapter House I tion adopted by Council Tuesday even- favorite color of Miss Eleanor Wil- -* cause woe cannot separate the value of '''I i''

which will be In session Wednesday, the piano pupils of Miss Nannie Reese ing./ By the terms of the resolutionthe son, daughter of the Democratic pres- There four candidates for I improvements from the valtfe of land t .

Thursday and Friday, and the town will give their first public recital.It I City Engineer was authorized to ident. There was the Alice Blue, you Mayor, nine are fop Councilman, three itself, and because the plan of effect"p' :
will be appropriately decorated in'i'I was intended to give this recital make surveys and estimates for a remember, and the Helen Pink and ing the change in five :
for Clerk would
I for Marshal
City years
City one I 'i\ .
honor of the occasion.It some weeks ago, but on account of the dock. now it is the Nell Rose-pretty, too. and for Treasurer. There upset all .business. Mr. Carson <: \ ;
is expected that the measles The plan in brief is to build a sea one City I re- 'If
greater num- in the school it was postponed I Then there are the question mark peated some 'of the
Council be of his
four of the +
members arguments
ber of the guests will arrive on the from time to time. A number of the wall several hundred feet out in the trimmings-have you seen them? are I and : :t
j in
chosen, for the short term and some un,1.1
morning trains Wednesday, though pupils will appear before an audiencefor lake, to pump out the water and fill They rise in a flower braid in the I three for one the full term of two I colleague statements, but by an ef \-t!
some may reach the city the night the first time, and the event is in behind this wall, thus giving the shape of an interrogation point. Whatdo The inspectors for the election are I fectlv r""manner, and the use of some I "
before. The reception committee anticipated by and friends city about three acres of land that itdoesn't they ? That's the ''
parents mean of
question. J. M. Gardner, H. N. Bratton and J. the arts of the debater omitted by I
composed of H. Clay Stanford, Roma with now possess, and to provide a Miss "J
considerable interest. Bandy has a number of the well the other speakers such irony '
A. Lancaster K. G. Va Agnew as ,
Thomas B. C. Miller C. W. Griffin I dock of concrete, one that will be indestructible ; ,
The known
will begin Edison Keith creations cule .
program promptlyat on ex- ,, and well j
I clerk. The polls will be at the persuasion, as as by 'i
F. C. Bryan J. A. Lancaster and J.1' 8 o'clock.: The public generally is and .will cost nothing to hibition, and there are many others. usual time at the Council open Chamber, the strength of several of his arguments '

D. Jeffords. will be at the train to' invited. While it is hardly necessary keep it up. The display is well worth seeing and and at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening I he carried his audience with l

meet the] arrivals. The Graystonehotel to say so, it is wished to be understood The plan which is being worked outgoes Miss Bandy and her assistant Miss the executive committee will meet him. 4'1
will be headquarters, and from : that there will be no charge for ad- much further, however. It is Alice Dale,_are very busy today. I the Council Chamber and canvass the l' ,
intended to extend the wall the full
there the visitors will march, escortedby mission at the door.ELECTRIC .
members of Friendship Lodge, to length) of the waterfront line so far I returns. A heavy vote is expected.The I

the school auditorium, where the I as the city proper is4 concerned, andto registration shows 435 names. CENTRAL HOTEL UNDER :I
There ia considerable interest in the
exercises will be held. I fill in behind the wall for this "
opening ROAD TO
distance of race for Mayor, but not much has 1
After an invocation by Rev. J. n'l reclaiming many acres ,
been evidenced in the other contests.
land and that will be I NEW MANAGEMENT
Sibert, pastor of the Methodist church creating suited for place/ residential TO J. M. Taylor, one of the candidates, I .
purposes I
N. C. Bryan will deliver the
Mayor KISSIMMEE LIKELY besides giving room for park issued' an invitation to the other can-
behalf of the
address of welcome on
didates to meet him in discussion of I
and boulevard around the
R. M. Evans I; principal of the places a I Wednes-I
city. the issues before the voters
ake. This scheme be ambitious
School, will welcome the visitors may NAME CHANGED TO MANHATTAN/
High day evening. There was only one i
but is is entirely practical and it is MAGIC GROWTH
on behalf of Friendship Lodge. WORKING ON THE ENTERPRISE believed that the property owners will I who accepted his invitation, and these f"
The to these speeches! will band
response 'two candidates spoke from the
fall in line and bear their proportionate -
be made by Hilton S. Hampton, of stand on Broadway to a small audience I II
Tampa, Grand Chancellor. Mrs. i iPearlie expense when the possibilities of VISITOR WIIO SPENT TilE WINTER COMMERCIAL TRAVELER BECOMES :\
the plan fully digested.In :
Bryan will welcome the Pyth the meantime much interest HERE WHEN TIlE TOWN S: In opening the meeting Mr. Taylor MANAGER OF THE :s
ian Sisters on behalf of KiBsimmee .IN QUIETLY FINANCING; | stated that he had sent a letter to I i
of St. awaits the report of the City Engineer. WAS A VILLAGE OF ONLY I ....
Temple and Mrs. Sarah Straub, I each of' the candidates asking that HOUSE AND WILL MAKE
The resolution that
Petersburg, Grand Chief,. will make i I the: engineer shall he allowed $50 for THREE HUNDRED. I they meet him and discuss the issues I MANY IMPROVEMENTS ., )9

the response. I I I LOCAL PARTIES. this work. City Engineer Ludlam is I I of the campaign. I r}
The High School orchestra, under None had accepted but Judge. James .
work the and
I already at on matter
the direction1 of R. DeWitt Brown, Visiting Kissimmee for the first W. Lilly, he said, and after accepting '
I I will probably be able to report at the \ G. B. Poe, a commercial traveler of .
will furnish the music for the intended pre- The projected
liminary exercises, which are Kissimmee intermediate of( I see any need for the discusion of is- the Central 1 hotel and under his '
and at Orlando to including tion was offered by H. M. Breaker. rell, past department commander management rA
to consume only an hour, will be ) towns and others beyond -- the G. A. R. of Iowa, is spending some I sues, as there seemed to be no issuesin the house will be known as i4 :w
11 o'clock the Grand Lodge the campaign. Mr. Taylor said
the Manhattan.
convened at the Knights of Pythias I Orlando, which was agitated sometime WilLIS POWELLTO days in the city on his way to St that Judge Lilly had evidently gotten Mr. Poe's reasons for changing the h; r. .

lodge room in Fraternity Hall. ago, is still being worked, but Cloud. cold feet, and it was this that had name of the house are largely senti ." ;'
There will be a short afternoon session II Mr. Tirrell is by his caused him to advertise in his cir-
will the operations are being pursued SPEAK MONDAYNIG"T accompanied I mental. Ho has a friend in Pensacola I :; l
after which the delegates cular announcing the meeting thai
I quietly and when it blooms forth wife, who was with him on his who ru )s a hotel known as the Man .
Lake Tohope-
ride afraid to
be taken for a on other candidates were
kaliga..In! the evening the visitors will I again it will be in tangible shape. visit. Needless to say,' they expert to meet him. He read a leter from hattan. His friendship dictated the a
change of name. A big electric sign
be the guests of the local lodge at the A gentleman representing in Kissimmeethe the interested SECRETARY TAMPA BOARD OF enced many surprises in the changed Dozier Leitner, one of candidates, I will soon herald the new name to 'J r'

Pastime Theater, where a picture presentation I parties was appearance of the town that the, saying that he didn't believe in having travelers as they alight from the f
first of the week. He came to ;
"Damon andPythias" TRADE WILL. BE GUEST OF .
the and
of play hot-air meeting, refusing
confer with a local capitalist who is have failed to recognize-Bnythlftg o:f a trains, and the Manhattan will be improved -
will be shown. to meet him. ,
TilE LOCAL BOARD. that the travelers will find
I). Woodbeck had a difficult time I in turn connected with parties who the Kissimmee that they first knew. Mr. Taylor Went on to say that he it a home so of cheer and comfort. )
knew that will be brought to consider the possibilities Mr. Tirrell and his ,
procuring this film. lie Since that time I believed the people had a right to The ia not
new an experi )
there was such a picture play in ex- I of such an enterprise.The Willis B. Powell, secretary of the wife have been world tourists, having. hear the candidates declare themselves enced hotel man, but he has been on ; "'Ii
has been going steadily
istence somewhere, but he had to writeto forward project it first proposedbut Tampa Board of Trade, will speak at visited the most interesting countrieiof I; on the various. points of Interest in- road for so many years that he knows a''
before he was
number of film houses since I volved in the campaign. He stood, .
a the court house Monday un- better than experienced hotel $
evening many
little if anything has been printed the globe, and having enjoyed during .
able to locate tt. first he said, for a clean city. He i'
was der the of the Kissimmee men the needs of the transient guest j
it for the that it auspices ideal companion
and after- I concerning reason that period an
There will be morning himself, if elected to se G
pledged he is .
Board of Trade. and going to cater to this class
have the completed rode horseback for 8 I
noon sessions of the Grand Lodge is desired to plans ship. They Kissimmee was given a good cleaning '
Mr. Powell comes to Kissimmee up- of patronage. 'Ii
is asked to take through the Holy Land
evening before the public great distance '
aflil Thursday a He referred next to the attempt
Thursday, on the invitation of Mr. D. B. Potts, in i I up. The change of management was ; t
well advanced now,,
in it.
stock Both are years
tendered the delegatesat Line to
will be made by the Atlantic Coast I '
banquet the Osceola Journal and effected Mr. Poe
editor of a Saturday. was stopping
It is to make financial but it was only a few years ago-ill I
Friendship necessary
the hotel by close Darlington avenue and get possession -
Graystone that cannot be hel'ledby member of the Entertainment pom- 1900-that Mrs. Tirrell with her husband -. at the Central and in conversation
I lodge arrangements mittee of the Board of Trade. of that valuable .street running with the proprietor R. B. Savage
be morningand the prior to the solicitation rode a, distance of 600 mile I
Friday there will newspapers to the lake. He said the CoastLine
On The general subject of the address he learned that he wanted to retire
interest of the general horseback not bad record for ar
Grand of the a
sessions of the alert than the
afternoon will be. Town Building, with the paid officials were more ? from the hotel business. It was not ,
included under the
The towns officer even,
and Friday evening will be de- public. army i City Council for the Council had gone '
Lodge ) before deal effected and
in the line will undoubtedly I basked d I secretary idea prominently developed. and long a .was ,
to degree work. I Ito sleep were going to give the
voted Several towns Florida have recently Mr. Poe had leased the hotel for
The visiting Pythian Sisters will be to help it materially, but it is andit The couple were glad to get back. Coast Line what they wanted if ithadn't ..
theChapter the to perfect the organiza- adopted the paid secretary plan, to Kissimmee for a visit this winter. years.
local lodge at purpose been for few alert citizens
entertained by desirable for Kissimmee to fol- a There will be free of paint
is use
a "
Florida thE \
: tion to insure its success in advance When they first came to ,
the evening. i HO as who in and it. He ..
. : !House same stepped prevented .
low suit. Mr. Powell's reputation as varnish and kalsomine at the. hotel
e made by rail to St. Augustine I w
: trip
and twenty would when the
hundred i said the time come '.
There are one a successful secretary causes his then for some time to come. It will be ;
this line will and Palatka and by watei
The construction of ,
the membership would be removed
State and I Coast Line tracks s'
lodges in the weight. lie should made fresh throughout and there will ;
words to
for the to ,
It much development oKissiinrnee '
thousand. mean and be
six front
about from the water put on
numbers audience. This meeting be much furniture. The service
of the lodges and when the time ar- have a large hoarded a narrow gauge railroad J I __ new I
is expected that many I' will in all ,
and that there will rives for the plans to be made publicit is for men only. train and came to Kissimmee. Mr (Continued on Page Twelve. be improved particulars will
will be represented and the rate, two dollars a day,
from be predicted that the people Tirrell says it is his recollection thai t, I i.o q
to three delegates may -- .
be from one remain the same. Mr. Poe's family I
'will take the required interest in it. Kissimmee was the terminus of th
each. the While exact the number local lodge to look doeln'tknow for it I COAST LINE TO HAVE road at that time. They stopped a r'; GRADUATED SCALE Of I will come from Savannah at the end ,,
I of the school erm. '
I a hotel which stood near, if not exactly f

is two hundred and there three. will hundred he between dele- REWARD Of $1,500 KISSIMMEE PHOTOSSCENES the Graystcfne.upon, the spot It now was occupied a primitive b]; RATES RECOMMENDED, I relatives Mr. Savage on the and East his Coast family for will awhile.visit '1':" ,

gates in attendance.A hotel, but it was one of the cleanes'' I .
will l'I

be made motion by picture a representative of the parade> of a fOR HILLIARD SLAYERSHERIFF ABOUT TOWN TO IfAYE and gave the best of service, says Mr I i! HARDWARE MEN TO 1

who will be here. G. P. IN THE bITERATURE Tirrell. He says, furthermore, tha t COMMITTEE WAS APPOINTED TQ '
film concern "PLACE
been unable to find sing')e
he has a

Balch arrive, who the first will make of the the week picture and will will INGRAM POSTS OFFER OF THE; l ROAD. building in town that was standin) -,, ICEVISE' MEMBERSHIP DUES BE: (GUESTS Of CITY ;

"goodfilm. at that time. A man from Nev FOR BOARD OF TRADE.

make arrangements to get ,'hildr"nwill : WHICH IS SUPPLEMENTED. BY chairman of the Hampshire kept the hotel, but he'i i,5 I f i'
A parade of the ,school C. A. Carson, I ,
be a distinctive feature of thie I I PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTIONS.] Transportation Committee of the unable to remember born in New his name. Mi': I That scale of rates foi.1|SECRETARY WRITES THAT SPEC- ; J.
was Hampshire a graduated
be shown to Monday
hick is intetnWd. to I Board of Trade, reported
in picture the current" ev, Hs films put out I evening's, meeting that he had writtento but his present .home i is Manchester", membership' .L.-in 'the Board of"L Trade L.t badopted : I IAL TRAIN WILL STOP IIERE ';Y J

various of the motion picture. W.: J. Craig, general passenger jowa. 1 lawyer oy profession' instead of having vne ooaraincorporated I TWO HOURS MARCH 22. 'j .
bv I, At the February meeting of the of the Atlantic-Coast Line, ask- but during the past few years he has as had been suggested, .
houses' County Commissioners J. K. Milliard, agent travelled much of the time and has was the report of the committee' 1
entertaining: committee that Kissimmee be properly represented --- .
The rand; lodge of Dr. J. W. faith T of Carl Milliard who lost his ing in the literature issued by done a good deal of lecturing. He is headed by J. W. Pnentis to Investigate' : rAt

N.composed S. Gilbert,Simp-C. L. life rn a mysterious manner in December that road. Mr. Craig has replied that on his way to visit some of his old !and report to the board Monday even the Board of Trade Monday ';
non, C. '' asked the Commissioners toorr..r comrades at St. Cloud. letter from W. K. Jackson w
Mansell be to comply with the evening a j
K. A. Niemeyer he would glad ing.A t
Bandy, 1. M. a reward of $500 for evidence I committee was appointed to re- secretary of the Florida Retail Hard- I ,
Parker and and asked for photos, especially -
Geo. F. request
Dr. T. M. Rivers, ,that would clear up the mystery of that of'the Coast Line's new vise the rate of membership dues, and ware Merchants Association, was read :. '

Arthur E. Donegan.IMPORTANT his on's death. station here. Mr. Carson suggestedthat SOUTH FLORIDA TITLE ;to assess the members at a rate com in which Mr. Jackson stated that the ::1 '

I The Commissioners referred the of the high school and I mensurate with the amount of bene- delegates to the convention of hard- /1 '

WO.RK IS i I matter to their attorney, W. J. Sears, other a pictures photo be sent Mr. Craig, and COMPANY IS fORMED fit to be obtained from the work of ware men to be adjourned from Jack- / .a '

to !see if the reward could be legally that a request be made for all\ the the board by each. I sonville the evening of. March 21 't'' #

paid by the Commissioners. At the issued the con- I The advertising committee composed would be in Kissimmee on a special ;
PLANNED BYW. C. T. U. !I March meeting of the Board, which taining such company The matterwas of II. C. Stanford, W. B. Harris, train the following day. ')

was held at the court house Monday, referred to the Advertising Com- KISSIMMEE MEN ORGANIZE TI- and; S. L. Lupfer with the addition of The hour of arrival will be about ('

I the attorney reported that the Com- mittee with instructions to act TLE INSURANCE CONCERNFOR C. A. Carson and J. H. Reese were noon and the party will be given an "

missioners were not authorized by named to revise the list of assessmentsand opportunity to see Kissimmee be- "' '

PASSAGE OF THE WEBB BILL law to make the offer. Upon re- THIS SECTION. report to the Board at the next tween that time and 2 o'clock. It is I '' i

CAUSES MUCH REJOICING ceiving this report, Sheriff Ingram SKIRT FACTORY PLAN i I regular meeting. likely that the form of entertainment )? ,I ,

offered the reward of $500, which I "ru- I will be an automobile ride and a lunch- ,
AMONG MEMIM-HS.: had been requested by Mr., Milliard, : Letters patent have been asked to

and subsequently a subscription list ;; NOT YET AGREED: UPON 1 authorize the legal existence and op- C. A. CARSON 1R. WINS eon.There will be between 150 and 200 t ,
--- i I I eration of the South Florida Title Co.
the citizens and
was circulated among I I special
Feb. of the reward was 1! Th company is composed of Ar- ttoourplthroughdthis train.arrangg ,'
The. W. C. T. U. held a meet ng the total amount CHAMPION DEBATEREPORT section ''
work that thur E. Donegan, C. W. e
28 to decide on important raised to $1,500."MOVIES" ed by Secretary Jackson as an ad
is to undertake AND ROSENBERG UNABLETO Lewis O'Bryan, all well known Kis- I
the State organization vertising enterprise, for the delegates a,
this coming/ year. GET TOGETHER. ;(i simmee men, and each holding twenty to the convention are coming from all y !
shares of stock in the The OF FINE RECORD FOR ?
It is to be regretted that every BEEN EX- I company. sections of the country, and he thinks fatheir
member rot present, as they HAVE amount of capital stock is to be $50- KISSIMMEE BOY AT COLO- I capacity for doing Florida a lot } ,
and CEPTIONALLY FINE LATELYThe While the Board of Trade committee 000. The par value of the shares is
missed much that was interesting RADO STATE COLLEGE.The of good upon their return home is
to treat with Adolph each. The provisional organization -
appointed $100
The Webb bill, pro- I Ito be valued.
helpful. of intoxi- patrons of the "movies" have Rosenberg .to secure the location of a shows P. A. Vans Agnew as '
the shipment local Board of Trade will make
vides against from wet to dry States, been given exceptionally fine enter- skirt factory in Kissimmee has made I president; Lewis O'Bryan vicepresident Appolonian team, of the Colo- I adequate preparations for entertaining '

cating liquors The bill tainment this week. At the Dixie diligent efforts to do so, a perfect and W. B. Crawford, secretary rado State College at Colorado the visitors. y ,
is much rejoicing.
causing of liquors I Blanche Walsh was shown in Tolstoy's I agreement has not yet been reached 1 and treasurer. > Springs, headed by Charles A. Car- x

forbids the consignment individuals living I Resurrection, and at the Pastime between the comnjittee and Mr. I The principal offices of the companywill '"Ron, Jr., of Kissimmee, won the four- JI y

from one State to Helen Gardner in" Cleopatra. Last i Rosenberg.The { be at Kissimmee, but there will teenth inter-society debate Thursday I J. D. Clark, the realty man;' has,

in another State. reports from 1 Saturday evening From the Mangerto committee, through its chair- be branch offices at Ft. Myers, Arcadia evening of last week. The Tiger, the moved his office from the front part vl i i

There are encouraging St. Augustine the Cross, a beautiful pictorial man, C. A. Carson, so reported to the and other points in South Flor- college paper, contains an account of of the store o? the Kissimmee Drag y r 9"

our own State unions.Order League, an out- story of the life of Christ was exhibited Board of Trade Monday evening. The ida. The active management will be the debate and a criticism by Dr. Co. to the upstairs of the building occupied tc

has a Law and U. DeLand has I 1 at the Pastime. Manager correspondence between the committee in charge of Lewis O'Bryan, who has Hester D. Jenkins, a part of which is by the Hunter Land Co. and '

growth of the W. C. T. Gainesvillecomes Woodbeck made the scenes more ef- and Mr. Rosenberg was read in been local manager of the Title Guar- r. prod1lced. the McKoy Land Co. This building

60 paid up members, ; three new fective by having appropriate music the meeting. The committee stipu anty Co., of Jacksonville, which has The question for debate was: Resolved might be aptly known as Real Estate' 't

unions second formed with this 82 month; in Lynn i sung by an invisible choir. lated that in, return for the various had until recently a branch office here. That all taxe on real estate Exchange.floi r' ,

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Ih t '' .THE I llSSIMMEi( VALLEY GAZETTE ,. J: FRIDAY, MARCH. .7, 1913i :f

k PAGE ,/ 'It . = Sf
i id many. It became necessary frequently ": 4

A in Florida Throttled to unload it by lighter in mfdstream ){ TWO MILLION BOXES +
x City di[ because the water at the little. dock ,

; . I was insuf clent. Then the Question S
(t !Sf riparian' rights began to beagi : OF' FRUIT REMAIN

d IS IMPOSING A GREAT tated. The need was never more ap
parent. The city' had a steamer Baking

i WRONG ON;' ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING MUNICIPALITIES j and 'nowhere for it to dock. An attempt
was made to buy waterfront BETTER PRICES ARE RECEIVED
a) IN THE SOUTH. .. i iu from the railroad, but the railroad
1 wouldn't sell. About that time mass I Powder"ABSOLUTELY

Ie ,. -- meetings wete numerous, and the city,.j{, COI.I> WEATHER PLEASES. THE r

', J. H. REESE, in DIXIE;) 'J attorney got his instructions direct
(By .
,. _. from the,people.: There then ensued.1 GROWERS' ANI SHIPMENTS
I I I.A railroad by its pwhcr happened about( between the president of the Florida, ARE REACHING MARKETS
Jit. ...; rec.ont news'dispatch tromJMiami
----- - Hie same-time.--: -.,---'----'.. .. I East Coast railroad and tho city attorney I ,
that tho water on the bar at that IN' BETTER' CONDITION.
says The simple.truth is that the Florida a diplomatic correspondencewhich ,
port is low, and it may be necessary Kast Coast -4-ailroad doesn't want must have equaled in volumethe '

., for the,steamer plying between Jack MiJiini i developed as a port. Key :. correspondence between Spain and The only Baking Powder made from <
when .
sonville and Miami to be discontinuedon West in now the terminus of the railroad the United States Government I Jacksonville, Fla., The citrus fruit .
and that port suits the railroad .Imu'h | the navigation of the Mississippi was, situation continues to improve, both Royal Grape Cream Tartar
that account. which the fate of r;
better for its owi. purposes! tlisn the? question upon as to carrying qualities of the fruit i
.,, The news dispatch goes oil to say Miami. Moreover! to open Miami as this nation turned.In and advances in price. Reports! from ;
the steamer line of this effort" to obtain waterfront delicious home-baked foods ,
that the president of a port would mean a lowering | all of almost every market say that ship- Makes
had complained to the United: States rates that would mean a big loss to , for dock purposes, Miami has j| merits are arriving in fine condition
.' \ district engineer of the condition, but the m aii road. though a loss to the railroad been handicapped first by the lack of ;land there is ail increaseing demand of maximum quality at minimum
.: \ was informed by that official that it would he a proportionate saving funds to purchase in the event of I at advanced prices.
\f' is not the policy of the Governmentto <<; to the ,shippers.It award through condemnation. The :Shipments; by express to southern cost. Makes home baking
extend its aid where a municipalitydocs ruil- Itiiv i is very plain on this subject.! ;
he thought that a giant markets in
I may I are arriving food shape,
I not own riparian rights and control the toad, owned and controlled by a be- The city must have the funds available whereas a month ago they were pleasant and profitable
wharfage, which was telling to within ten days after the
/ thousands pay
'JI ni'Milcnl niu: ). who Has given !I showing fully GO per cent. decay. Most
of Miami nothing new. -rdiet. the court gives more
V. unless
people churchesnn
I of dnlhus away markets in the South are about cleaned
iS\ In a subsequent interview the piesi- look with kindIv time, and it i isn't wise to take chances
l 'l'eieseould und to
r nx are taking kindly
dent of the Jacksonville-Miami steamship the efforts of the Ii) what the court might do. very ...
I inteieft( upon pea the shipments now arriving with a
4 I line said that the trouble lay with ; dependencies to ,develop J Next( :Miami has had to contend with
of its small of .
pleof one decay.The
the people of Miami-that they and better theirIlIdll.t an' adverse, element partisans of the \" ..
their entire lx
commeice movement has >
i to be able to get together for rulroaI'ho feel compelled to act as en --"
seem Does look '
I'lal( condition. 1'0. About the last week. Growers
of I the port. He spoke tiuly. Ihihiicl of the railroad wishes. them, same as -
the I
good unit ,)eryn't II'?! Particularly when we are are taking their time and are not t'l-i" ? land ready ami pl.uit'.ir. \ ': .]
:Miami a the wholeannnuntt'
If the people of were 'even if it lie detrimental to
told that =Standard, Oil I. }1r'. Flaglei'slui.sinrss / About l
) of lI1akinJ.rthel rushing things. 2,000,000 tulles for the spring 1'01"
the and J means This unquestionablywhat
on ways accessible, its developmentwould ,< but that Florida is the place: ' '' the head of the steamship line boxes remain to be moved and quality Alvu. Lee Kd wards, is Imsy ,,ii.-l'''' '
\ r port follow. Sonia of the people! of here he lavishes, his wealth to make meant when he said that people of will be excellent, but fruit is running :ti! .j! puckintt c-itrus fi.-ii'.i fr.j i !
J Miami have been trying to get! the people happy.' Those alt) are near to Miami, wcie unable! to g"t together.The l to larger sizes than usual. IUi .nt grove. The irrovi- vv.ll )yi., : l ln. '
:Mr I I-laglei tell ,it t as one of his, axioms In in the t
for a number of years; they ( on1way for Miami to do is to many places I southernpart .(I.hl)i) Luxes.lxlero.A.
that his way: of helping people is to of the state trees i is ", I,
have talked about riparian rights I follow Jack.soii\ille's; example. Have are blooming foice of men \\ "
f. I r down there until the sound makes a help them to help I themselves. Noble i 'the charlei amencl--d l so that the citymav heavily, especially where the crop has full time >.t the Flowvree 1'11,- : i !
j excellent maxim! But let I'
and most I h"'nlatht'red.. In this the House. The ins- ,II ]
the They have held mussmeetings imI"o'nwnt' / case new machinery
din in ear. bond for certain concrete
and all the ready-made orators let us look I briefly\ into the situation at i j I'' in the of docks and- bloom )is getting the full benefit of .by .I. I 1'. I'nmpln'll 'is workinir,; )'."' .
} post :Miami I. and see 'if Mr. Flagler's" lieu-. i| way the tree growth. This is particularlytrue I'umiiton.'' Snuw; bei. "nes, are 'ii i |';' ;
speakers pran-
impromptu then court to
I ''I go into prepared pay
tenanthave followed this cxalU-d'i' .
4 j dial talkers and orators who didn't I the award" an.1let/ the water-front in Lt'( county and the Manatee invr at a lively rate here 'I'll.' ( to'r
4, know that they were orators have line of conduct in regard! to the shipping I that is nced"d for tlwwill neverget section. I>ad- county is also far advanced I cvre'l'-nt.( 1I I Ii

punctured the ambient air on what problem' then ..I'ep,1'.(r t.ere! ,until they do and trees are in excellent'eon- Ft. ::11\0\--(1\\0( :' anal 1'1' i / ,' ,,, i
the city should do and what the railroad About three years ago the growersof i Ins I ,, IInd get another representative: dlt ion. Shipments will be made later Blunts:' will (build a "l1l1l1ln// ;
I won't do. They decided to condemn the lower Kast Coast got all worked i from the Second' Florida district. this, year than in any previous season here. Stock has been old II Iii ,
," and then they decided not to up over the manner in winch trainloads from all parts of the state. rection of a plant ha' Leon( a....". : ; [
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condemn, and the .um total of several of pineapples,\ were imported! ii'oxi-land.; I Le i. \ ,.' ,
1. years oratorical gymnastics, curbstone through Knights: Key transported AULTMAN, SHIPS 6TH Shipments Heavy. his grapefruit cog, all.l eutny n. t! I .
peroration.*, horseback opinion, over the )Florida! lust: '011,1 railway' :Miami Fla.-The tomato movement trees aie yielding. from ::;. to .1:;. box ,
I interviews\ hot-tamale de at I less than half the ,rate from I from, the East Coast is increasing each. Ir. Leo liasacies jll'l Ijni"1t'd I , ; I
LiitCS--i9, that the silt has filled the Knights' Key that was given Ihegrovveis CARLOAD OF CELERY daily and the fruit, moving ilof excellent of torn",iu'rApopkit.i.arge'.
t mouth of the river up, and theme I is no of the Kai: ..t ( 'oust, from Jensen, grade. Prices are somewhat tjuantitu-it 1 of (
A help for it. II lie basic point. i I lower than last: week but good l fruit anit-'s arc1 beinirhipped/ fiom this i t i ,

There is a reason, for all( of this fail The situation, was this, : Through ;i ithe \HOIT '1'\\ 0.1 IIIHIJS OF TilE parked right is in demand. Fancy titon. Trui-keis ate' busy plaiting ;
It is pretty generally recognized office of Senator Taliafcrro a I stock has bent bringing $1.50 to $1.75
: !, crate and choice [,((1 less.
{ that :Miami is growing faster. than bill.. \\a' i lIael..d pel''milting/ imports to | per (
I any town in the state; it is strategically pa Knights. K. y appraisement U I.T.MUDK.NS.: ; : The shortage; of crates and crate
located to become a great ('Ity.and ll ma.v lu I teiiMikcd. in pussing I material is. causing much inconvenience
I' it is going to be as sure as time i i / t that l this. was special legislationof and in some cases serious los'
wears on. but it will never I lenlizc, on t the rankest{ I.l|1"e, 1 for i 'it was known' I iwo, .u b id, of celery were shipped i 110 t ...11".pt'I ". (Chase- S'o., Winfii-KI) I MoneY Orange Trees
the asset, that nature has ifivejii,; it in that lie! Jnlipne i of tin-! li.ll was, to I this week from the Aultman Gar- I'ark'ng, (Co., und, other large distribuj Making
ItiscuyiuHay until the people!, tlnow allow t th", riornl.i, i "Kast: (Coa t railway ito i lens,, l hy S, H. Aultman the proprietor.! j s ha\ a been compelled to shut down
that them industrially ; := I'li.s ekes loads that have for" some hours\ :it 1\ t time I as packers
ofT the yoke grinds make I 'I'" I K t'n.e' with Cuban p'neapples n : 'IN; ram It', the. vii'oious. healthy t'o that sue 1 \niir moneymtikcis. -
to the earth, and tjiiit} is the l'' knights' Kiy to m.irkrtI I I.l 'cn ,luppc'd, pout, Kissimmee this ..n null /get ahead of the crate supply.and 'Ihey set 1 the moM flint and hold. it best. .1 Joodappl'l.tll' '
I tyranny of the Florida East; Coast I he-e flint, trails \\eic /given the siren :\11' Aultman expects to .shipi hav to remain idl.'aitin forimalcriat. will \makeS
'. honks fi Hughes and Jau- of !picipcr plant food in =Spring/ help
rail, load. I I i hri'e. i
i lit:ht .I' \\r:r'n, ovci p.( anger J nines\ cars.Fair
and l I'se
The lailroad company owns, till the limns) ;,n' d v.i re hauled two hunuri'il pi ices lave been receixed.1'vvo -in' I'nis. doth rcpoit, that the are / 1.1. your tires glow vigoious lu-althy.
waterfront available for docks and miles further than Florida.l pineapplesweie I doilois, .y'cTnTk was the Itn ieek's 't' for unable, to get the crates or material
I lm.".' 1.11. but, l'lie've> this condition will MOIOI'K BLOOD I HONK: AM POTASH
owns the only dock that in any measure at leis: than half the lat t Ul -, \\ ) hipm/'nts. Four hunker -
fills the requirements of the ,defi the ,same railroad chuggedjtrouci.s F 'ld.1 .\ I rsutrs tcytrnrVar is the p.iek, and lu1 relieved I by; ,next week. There AltMOCK C OBICIN) ; \ M'.MItKK: : : ( 1 IIOIIII'H
f nition. 1 for the ,same tla.'sof: .r'eijrlit. while the lyrce is not high us it ha. 'mno doubt the price-of crateswill
Some yen) s ago when the Florida for slower t tune in deli\lr/p. The I IM 'II it I i.s consnK'1) ed .1 fair re'lurn.Mr. advance,) :3 or 4c each before the .\ ( ) ) ( II( \\tii: (; ': I I'Ftl'llI I I K

East Coast railway started in to make pineapple eta i kit went.. 10 /!ill,'r.,.. inconsequence I : Auitnlan has been supplyingthe I end of t the sPIt I II ! .
1 Miami the terminus of the railroad, it and the giowerf ' 1 local markets with xegolabies all I li'.e':, ;It'h. :2e higher than this price lustyear. These I brands have ammonia that !produce* vigorous I

'i. was intended to develop Miami as a this cuncicte illust' ratuu.., of diOrrunination this season, including; all the garden; Dealers say it would not sur- growth liulaiui, ,uud :a .'. p..h... to harden
port, so that the trains might connect brought before them daily Iry .'la idles common to this section. The I pri1-r them if they went to !?(Ik.) One this iriovvth and h'"< p ,it healthy \\ haveten: other

with a boat line operated by the same the :Miami. :Metropolis, began to wak"I', crops have been uniformly good 1, and cause of tinshortage is that two btands piejiatc'il/ especially for rititi-, tic't-s eai'h a proved, 11
interests for Cuba and Nassau, and up. They organized raised a fund 1 the quality of the products the best.A I large crate mills burned last year, result-getter. Our I booklet dc'scr-ibing' them in free. ,
other points south. When this was of sonu'I seven or eight thousand dol-i considerable acreage planted to ("" located \Vauchula and anotherat Talk! with
I the idea an was lars and remains Xocatoc. Both of the mills fur-
impelling agreement employed a Philadelphia) lawyer | cabbage potatoes yet toe
: entered into with the Government Iyf who accustomed to going before I e shipped. The Aultman Gardensire fished a large portion of the crates

the railroad or rather by Mr. HenryM. the I Interstate (Commerce Commission, famous for their cabbage, and the shipped to the East Coast. R S FLOYD Kissimmee Fla.
f" Flagler) who owns the railroad and got a reduction! of rates which i' ]potato crop this year is unusually fine. I However, shippers believe the worstof ,
and the Government, in which it was amounted to a quarter of a million a It will be yet some wccki bcfoie this the trouble i is o"'rlOW.. us there Aiinn'ir" 1 'tdl/f ,"'011" ,
agreed that each party to the contract year, estimated for the growers of I movement begins. i is only a small amount of citrus fruit "
:i was to spend an equal amount of that section. Hut they still didn't I _ to move from this section and demand )ar k'onv lllc. la.

,i Ii money to a certain limit in opening a get what they went after. The re- BDLYEEIH.I:; ). for fruit packages will soon be

channel from the sea through Bis- duction was not all they asked for, and I Does anybody suppose1 that the time ,over. !! __ K".,.... _'"
; caynene Bay to the East Coast dock, being thoroughly mad they got to- I ill ever come when everybody will Crop Condition in Florida.
and dig: a basin of certain dimensions gether and organized a steamship ccompanr' ) an automobile it is, they Facts and Figures.;

I at the dock. Since the' Government I i with the purpose of ship: I are far from serving the public need. Pierson.-Growers! here have ship- __
,.. finished its part of this work, which the fruit and produce that 'Those who have one can go along as ped a large crop of fruit this year, but n
was done more than two years ago, 'they could by water to Jacksonville. i if there were\ no other folks and those the season Is now about over. The '
," there has been no work of .any account 1 It takes money to buy a .steamer, 'who have not have to Soot it. On groves are in fine condition and if Gazette ( of Produce and
done at Miami, and the railroad es the Miami growers and businessmen U last Saturday I saw an old man, sick there is no.freeze there should be a ( Directory Commission; ( Houses

has never complied, except! in part ''I discovered. The steamer they I i and a cripple trying to get conveyance heavy crop next year. .. mss
1 with its contract. bought was a rather poor affair, and i to his home; but there was none I Chil"ora.The citrus fruit shippingseason
\ "i. It may seem strange that Miami has ;! after making a few trips the I to be had. Finally, with the assistance is about finished at this posni.; ORANGES Potatoes
been unable to get appropriations fdr I j was sunk in the mouth of the St.l I I of another footman, he secured I Trees are blossoming, : heavily. Onions, Cabbage,

known continuous work, when it is well Johns river by one of the M. & M. T. I a seat in a less pretentious but as Sorrento.There will IK a largeacreage M'I'I.KS and all! other Fruits and NcmMahlcs;, wanted in carlots. We

t that a lapse in activities aft"r 'vessels ramming her. Months elapsed 'comfortable a vehicle. The people I of melons here ; truckers expect have the outlet and f.uilii', '. lirndli .
such I \m' Jnpni'nt. and
c work is begun results in r.ulli- : another vessel was put on the I riding in automobiles never saw him.Wouldn't to exceed last year's ,..hipm,''.' of promptly
fying the effect of the work I satisfactorily) \\ rit, \\u.
already and I'I'IIt.fore
: run, one mishap after another occurred it be a'good plan for someone 95 carloads.
done, to a large extent. It .has been I' to it, rendering the service so of our enterprising citizens to Manatee.\ -Five hundred cars of
i > .frequently t commented upon as irregular that the merchants could I''Hart an old style omnibus and run a '! celery will probably move from tlvI C: H. JAMES, Charleston W. Va.
strange, to cay the least, that with: not depend upon' it. This venture was< 1 line, say, on Mabbette street from I'I Manatee section this season which Kef Ihe Packer. Hradst' ,
only three i eet I 1- and Kanawha :National: Bank 6-13t
ports in his district that | a failure, but it west to at will close .
even as poor as was, | i some point Broadway, a during April.Starke.Strawberry
: the representative of this district has puny as it turned out to be, it had ': ,certain, hour ? An ordinary horse I shipments are
failed to show any -interest in the the effect of lowering the rates on 'could[ pull 15 or 20 passengers. This increasing daily and the crop is one of wE sollclT rouN
needle of
this port txcept upon urgent I commodities about 50 per cent. I''would make a dollar to the trip., There the finest ever marketed. F FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE
of th> OF
request citizens who have been The little steamer had made but a would be no track to build, and the I Mt.; Dora.-lIeavy shipments of citrus ,

1'' forced Washington to run in the gentleman down in few trips when the railroad reduced ,city would let it run without tax. i I fruit are moving from this :;,,('lion.I .1. W. WRIGHT & CO. ,s; ntpd: Memphis. Tenn.DO .
mands before him.order to get their d.- its rates on all those commodities that There would be plenty of special runs. The Simpkins packing house is working -
come under the head of necessities.As D. I full time to fill orders. --'
? worthy may of be notice remarked as a coincidence soon as the steamer was taker off Leesburg.-Chase & Co. have .slip YOU WANT QUICK RETURNS?
of the representative the indifference the rates were set up again. rahamviJIe.-Citrus fruit growers I ped 73 solid cars of oranges from Clve; us your next shlijini nt of l.'lorlil.e Krult and Vegetables and yo.
ment of Miami! and the abandon The difficulties with which the little II i>re busy packinv and shipping or- their packing house here. will I.,. pl.-iiB. d with time r. Bulln HntlHfuillon I. our "Motto."
as terminu.- the steamer line had to contend were j II i unges.: / Seminole.-Truck.ers are busy cjet-( 205 Dock St., WM. RODE Philadelpoia, P*.

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: the 2,000,000,000 notes of that kind ? n_ .\,. r TI, "\,
MELBOURNE BOOMS I now in circulation will be Supplemented -, :
-ty uniform pieces o).::'currency 4 ", ;
about a quarter size-smaller than that 4. .. .
i.. 'KISSIMMEE ROAD now used., If the-comment occasioned FOR; .11.1

; by the parcel post, the rural free de F
livery and every innovation Uncle -
d' Sam has made in the last 20 years .
BOND ISSUE IS AGITATED I If could be rolled into one. it; would not i
bring forth tenth ;;
I a part the pop
ular interest which will be manifested ,< J
I when the people realize that each and .5' h'1 t (Y
f OFFERS .FROM INTERESTED every piece of paper money is to be A. .6 gi
A M lffQ Trt A CQ IGT AJI/WT1W changed. That
4ff\\9; fP day will sound the
j\X". I*"*A-WL-\ww4O JL-JT J JLlL. ,. t
( t }"doom Qrl.bc nteffell.&rwhriow -- -- -1

4fv CONSTRUCTION ARE :MADETO !\ raises a one to a ten, .a ten to a 'J

MELBOURNE AD CLUB I twenty, a twenty to a fifty dollar bill, I. r0.;
II I or, in fact, misrepresents anY''denomination I' ''t>
j Mo'

The following from the latest issue I' Thff value of the new bill will be Nice little home with large lot. owing well and other conveniences, t
apparent on sight
1: of the Melbourne Times will be read' Washington's portrait,Any will: note be with$1; exceedingly cheap tame party also has ten acres 'good land with some l :
with much interest in Kisaimmee: | Jefferson's improvements well located will make low ,
: $2; Lincoln's $6j; Grover exceedingly price to anyone
At the
next of the Melbourne
j. Ad Club meeting which occurs Tuesday- ,' Cleveland's, $10; Alexander Hamil- von either one or both pieces of property;.' can deal direct with f
$20 Andrew
; Jackson' $GO
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night, March 4th, the Melbourne, Kis- Fanklin's owner.
$100 Marshall's
[I eq HIM! AnMUaii; ( Bduisj, pun aauiuns! '' and so on. It; would then be utterly$500; Cottage Got to Butinett. 1

!I the all important mater for consider- impossible for a forger to boost a Six-room cottage practically new large lot, and 19 bearing orange ,,.r f' ',
ation. There is sentiment .
: among the club members a strong in favor of.. one-dollar bill, as is frequently done, trees about two blocks from the business part of town best of r J .A

\ \ a $50,000 bond issue for the buildingof because the system within had a been few in months after I reasons for selling owner will quote extremely low price Let us take {'" I.
\ this and other roads in the third: man woman and child will vogue have learned every- you to see this splendid property and introduce you to the owner. 1" ,

'district and it is probable that the I I that George Washington's picture I Orange Grore. i ,

f \\ definite mooting plan Tuesday of action night for will placing lay fome the stands for $1, and not $10. We will Ten acres of land with six. acres of bearing grove, good neighborhood I 'a

question before the voters of the dis- then have of the safest and simplest less than two miles from railroad station and about four miles Io.t
system national
trict., I Ill world currency in thei i from Kissimmee very cheap. let us tell you all about it; full particular : t +I'
I is! not thought that anything like I I to interested parties. ''i I h

4r the above !sum will be necessary to > <. ..r.r.p.; ; < ..wq..r.n.> Far mand Grove.
construct, the M. K. & T. road alone "
but that a considerable portion of the WHITTIER ff j\ Twenty acres les sthan two miles from P. O. of Kissimmee. on 1".t

amount can be profitably spent on'' I hard road about five acres bearing grove, consisting of oranges,' grape "

'other roads in the district. In regard I, Janie Drawdy and W. A. Drawdy fruit, tangerines and other fruits; 16 acres splendid citrus fruits four ,

to much the valuable Kissimmee! assistance road assurances were given of 1 I have just returned from a visit to i: acres low land very fine for trucking, 4-room house and good stable; 'f

to the Melbourne Good Roads ASllo-1 Georgia.O. I j can have good free country high school privileges $4500. Time on !
R ]Bass has
I ciation last fall by the officers planting condition. got lie is his ready land to in I $2500 if desired. Investigate this splendid property.: :'

Florida-Indian River Land Company plant his I Cheap Little Farm.
whoitat..d what their '
in the following letter company: woulddo Miss: Annie Bass has just come back I I Ten acres less than three miles from Kissimmee. Land lies level ;: l
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from visit her ,
(Grant a Bass to has sister.moved into John'I is good soil. 8 acres fenced small house. 5 acres cleared good well. \,': "It'f.

October 7, 1912 $525. Time if desired this is '' aI
:Melbourne Good; Roads Association !III II Balsden's'old home. j price on part ; a snap.

WILLIS B. POWELL SECRETARY :Melbourne, Florida. Miss Dona Godwin is visiting Miss 'f
OF THE TAMPA BOARD OF TRADE II Julin J ; Mclelland.Look\ I
Gentlemen : Confirming the
statement r
!Mr Powell comes to Kissimmee Monday evening, March 10, to deliverone I made by Mr. Maxwell at yourmeeting out for the Easter egg hunt! NELSON REALTY COMPANY, ,

of his stirring talks on town building. Mr. !Powell is recognized authority on August 12th, 1912! we arepleased Messis. Chambers and Harper, who j '
bought the Lightsey-Parson ranch Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. t
the He to inform that our com- are ,
on subject first known you
was in Florida as the owner and editor of the done '
land in
cutting up 10 and 40
puny stands ready to construct
St. Petersburg Independent and made himself famous by adopting and applying road from a point in the center of a acres I' "
on all the "Push and Smile." 1 The Tiavelers' Rest has : - ---- I
occoMons motto. Powell has been pushingand section 4-T2H-IW7 west to the west changed / 1
smiling eve since he came to Florida. and he has accomplished things -- for I line of our lands' in section 12-T28-R its name to the Whittier hotel. I I' I
Florida and for himself. It and smile. will I ;:1{13; a distance of nine and three quarter :Mr. W. Godwin has just returned ;i
pays tQ push Powell have a full miles from a cow-hunt at Blue Cypress. |

audience Monday evening. He will preach a sermon to "men only." Powell I We propose to cut a ditch} and make :Mr W. G. McClelland is going uP'' V

says he can talk to men but a woman in the audience "gels his goat." and grade a suitable road bed, and to to the City of Kissimmee Monday' "Let Ploof Show)the Proof"We : .1
morning with a bunch of hogs.
Bite hon both sides
---- -- -- --- : of the road whereever -
W. G.; :McClelland is in
necessary: to make a grade sufficiently I anew .
high to insure a dry roadbed. supply of hardware. He ill doing are :State: Representatives for the "I, \
--c: That Tariff On Orangeand (On going{ over the proposed route a better business than ever I ILake :: : .1- 01in
with "Mr.' :'Ilaxwl'lIe lave decided to Marion hotel is coming on fine. I BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES

recommend a change of of route as! Mrs Elmer 1 I'adgett died Monday .
Pineapple Crops originally suggested in the petition about 12 or 1 o'clock\ and was brought All Kind Stationary and Marine \ '.

instead. of crossing the Union Cypress to Whittier for burial. I and .
Company's: railroad between sections I James O'Berry and Lupfer from n'.' ,l
7 and 8 we would recommend that Kissimmee' were out on a turkey hunt I "'
the road be continued on the north and came in Friday night. Engines, Boilers, Hoisting Engines ..1-
: The Hartow
( Miami Mt.tropoI1K.1In ) paper callattention to
The railroad will be '
new soon here
side of the railroad
from this
] the discussion relative to themaintenance the known fart that 1 Florida I
orangespiopeily as the railroad would furnish protection it is about seven miles from Whittiernow. and Carry General Line of Supplies ,
of a high tariff for the' ,cultivated picked packedand !
| to the wagon road against' the for all Purposes 1 \
protection of Florida citrus fruits and marketed have no rivals in the I water from the south, and would also R. A. Bartow is teaching Mrs. Janie ';
The has would and
pineapples Metropolis kopt asserts that with fair Drawdy's children.
silence for two good reasons; one wash freight rates Florida II savpitwo railroad crossings on a high .
growers may J 1
gnuiW. :Map showing the proposed THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO. ,
.. because we have found it interestingto fear no competition Here are! the
watch to what extent erstwhile concluding{ sentences of the ...ditorlalwh..h ,| roine attached herewith. 1.
\ democrat would go in demanding for was. published in full in Tues.days very truly
I Florida.Indian River Land'Co. ''B Lecal and Distance Phone. ..11tt.11'I 'f
Florida what they would deny to another :Metropolis.If : HIHIi Long ,I
Leon S. I Loizeaux President.The .
state; the other reason was our the people will make a i .. t y yK
nettled and .comfortable feeling that'hlfl.Ifo.t/ to find the basis above is surely a excellent '
very '.
with democratic administration of their their YD IT NEK1) / ---
a inability to put offer and we are also told that Geo. --
pledged to a downward revision of the products on the market in competition W. Hopkins has offered to build the i
tariff live downward revision must he with like products from I road complete from the St. Johns _snl. OUR BRICK CATALOG ,i your Distance .

accomplished regardless of protestsand other lands they will find that an river west to the Osceola county line, ( build WE HANOLKEVKRY 296- : "
| n| o
threats from individuals> or communities equalization of'.freight rates is a distance of about four miles pro- AdvertisingLong
whose business interests are the solution to the problem.The | viding the road is completed from mils sav KINO OK BKICK l.rK- ..
to be affected. transportation .companies :Melbourne to the river and from the r null II loir. SHIPMENTS ANY ,
But we have become too much interested are very glad to divert the at- |I Osceola county line to Kissimmee. .- WHERE. s.. is saying the right thing :
in the proposition to keep tention of the producers and the : We are informed that the Union ;
out of the discussion any longer'and consumers from the real cause. I I Cypress Company stands ready to do GET OCR PRICES FIRST the '
we also want an opportunity to commend 1> They all cry, "Look to the tariff," everything possible in the way of -- AND SAVE HO.NKYA at right'time, I .
the fit and taken by the Bartow I i and here we go, helter skelter, transporting road '''material over Us ,
Courier-Informant which U clamoring for forgetful in the' right way. to
apparently : protection line of railroad .at a minimum expense .
viewing the situation, in several | of our pledges as democratsand to, the district and it will doubtless C. CO NY BUS
respects, quite as The Metropolis has overlooking the cormorant also furnish timbers and lumberfor We make a soecialty'of planning, preparing ., 1
lone from the beginning The Courier that is gnawing at the very vitalsof a bridge across the river at a low: -- IT literature and conducting campaigns for .,
-Informant expresses its unqualified our industries figure. The officers of the uompany Land Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities i
disapproval of the followers of l'n'lu.' tion bly it must be knownto would be glad to see this road go -- sav and Individuals. .1.1t"
Mr. W C Temple in the Citrus Exchange the people of the east roast of through/ and their policy in assisting/ '
who have threatened to' Floi'da that if transportation rates in) the load development of the country iaaaoiari: ;IU-
"abandon the democratic party in case >vvio trade without disci'imination west of Melbourne will be u<*'
the tariff on oianges I is abolished, or if th Flond.i\; East Coast Railroad' clearly}; defined! in this instance as i it I .. LADVERTISERS[ :
greatly loweied." The 'ouner-In-( would carry Florida products at the has been heretofore. -- '

ormant d-ilares that neither, it "nor ,Mile given to Cuban and South Official assurance> that Osceola.
any other /good demon' will follow "-1 u wan (impoitH, that there wuld belittle 1 county will extend the road from its KODAKS and SUPPLIES TAMPA FLORIDAIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIMHHIIIIHIIIIIIIi ::

them one step further call for this strange demand i it i east line to Kissimmee was received i I DEVElOPING \
!It IK this class of thoughtless or 11.lit t a high tariff be maintained upon last fall from County Clerk Johnston, t and PRINTINGHIGH I y
who for the "deinociiitic ,," fruits : is the third district of Breaid h '
selfish men aie <)atiioiintf Krow so it up to :, QUALITY OW PRK f jPROMPTNrsS
alwlition of I the tariff on lumber and (;ice Florida< fair, freight rates and | \' county to get busy. 1
nails and] feitilir, all uitii-lo* in fact an opportunity to buy the necessities Chairman Maxwell of the Ad Club TAMPA PHOTO AND ARTStlrm' lO, : '
that are necessary to tht growing and of life feed from exorbitant tariff /good roads committee has interviewed :, j 314 TWK.C1S' PLONK STHLtlTAMPA 'A Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty ; '
maiketinff of their crops, but who yet "laU-.s: and then let her people demand a large/ number of the tax payers in .. 1 1VJ
would compel the lumber. people, the that in the revision. downward of the this district ill regard to a bond issue a \ I
hardware people and the fertilizer tariff schedule, her industries play I for road building within the past few -- - \ IIrrlD 131 ONZH: a ais

people to pay the present prices for their, good share in making/ living I weeks and reports almost everyone in the most monument "1
enduring \
oranges and pnxlapplesConsidering (conditions better all over the United' favor of the proposition. Nearly To the WestAND i
citrus hurt: and pineapples :State-.. 1 every resident of the district realizes j jNorthwest made. -"Will not get moss-grown 1 ;
!"i" riesil is! \".ll enough for -- - --- the immense value of such a road and i
the tariff makers t-> !cave a reasonable. The llillslioro I p"Y>" (;foods 'ompany 1 'corresponding loss so lohg as we are L crack or crumble. Is more artistic )
tariff on these products. but never in is the name of a $11)0,000) corporation without it. f
the sense of "protecting.Florida thiil. has. .been. formed in Tampa and I iV. Beside the "M. K. & T." road thereis and less expensive. :

industries 1ft the so-called democrats ,II -:,ol.tly open a large store. the Fellsmere. road running"outh( j Write me and I will call. 1'
of Florida demand this they I from the Union Cypress Company's
must be generous enough to assist tllt'ocaliz..d -'-I':: I. 11.! Culpeppei the well known I plant which when opened and, hard JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O.111111I1I11111111111111111.
] industries in every stale of evit"'ifelist, is conducting a big re- surfaced will be worth many times its %IASEMINOLE
the Limon to receive siniilur: consider \. \ "I l at the Spiiggfield: Methodist : cost. Then there are roads needed 111i111111ii 1111111

ation. i->\1111! ,,11 in Jacksoii\illll.. running west from Grant Malabar i i LIMITED -- -
I and Tillman, that could be vastly ,
I benefited with a top dressing of shell

making the item of transportation ,\ T.tlnll11" A.C.L. 10 23;; a m '
i for the settlers a comparatively simple .t KlHMliimiiM'' Flit 1 do p m
.\ orl.iniln. 1 Kin 1 38 p m ,
one. \i i Ja'k""vlllo'. I I''la.v IS 40..p m Low Excursion Rates { '
During the past week there has JH kN"'" ill.i''la !9 i Uo i .p m ,
Buying Orange : been a meeting of god roads enthusiasts ..1'V" \ ,, OSH. < ;la I 11 I I I"" |p in
I at Eustis, Fla., at which it is .t Tlft.IMI i q" .1 1 I 15,;;. I p m TO ,
\i, r ,\' cia 2 411a in
thought some recommendation will I II err, Arnericun, ''I" 1' ....r.(ri I 3 r.r "m 1
I be drafted to present to the coming err Columbug. Oa., < 21 a m ST. PETERSBURG FLA. '
I I session of the state legislature with \rrCipcllkit.. Ala. .to a m I
err lilrniliiKhiim I Ala 12 05 p m
the idea of
getting an appropriation'
Groves \rr Jackson Tt-nn. I.. C 1 46 p m Iin VIA };
or bond issue through to improve the err Kulton. Ky. .. 9 35 p m .i
state's main highways. -If such a \rr ('alms III .. 11 07 p m b
thing is done our river road will un- \rr C"l'h"'ltlal. Ill .. 12 13 n t I ATLANTIC COAST LINE
IN OSCEOLA COUNTY TODAY \rr St l.ouln Mo .. 7 20 a m
t doubtedly betaken care of and for I
\rr CVntralla, Mo. 1 43 a m
: .. Account of
s that the Times believes had
fi reason we \rr Maltonn. Ill 3 30 a m
UNDER $1,000 PER ACREIs better devote our immediate attentionto Vrr Champaign 111. 4 38 a 'p
other highways in the district aside \rr Kankaki-f. 111. .. K 20 a m Fair and Tourist State Week
Just Like \rr Chicago, /II. 7 60 a
from the river road which as a mat

BUYING GOLD DOLLARS AT A DISCOUNTWe ter the state of logic in any should maintained by 80III TIIUOl lOll -IHMNS March 17th to 22d.

Times :elm posed or oboe-rvatluti,. fnnimrtntnt. | -
The hopes to see a big turn- '
out at the Ad Club meeting next Tues drawing room flection Hl.ii ...plnKara Excursion Tickets Sold March 18th and 21st. ; f!
and free steelhair l Final Limit March 23d.
day night and this important matter /{ !
are offering some splend d Groves at just half of the above thoroughly gdne into. -ars. between Jackspnvlllo ui
and Jacksonville and St Louis. All .r
figures. THIS WILL OUTWIT < heals In dining car. I'arlor car Tampao dJ

THE COUNTERFEITERS Jackaonsllle. For information and reservations, call on ;
sleeping car reservations or any .
W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent Kill mmee. Fla. t
.Within the next month pr' two if iddltlonal Information communicatewith

present promises are kept our citi- Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland i i :
A.V Jo"R ITOT. D. P. A.. tI
. E H. M. Breaker & Co. tion zens that will witness has ever the been greatest made revolu-in the. 138 Went Hay St. Jack onville, Fla.J T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A. + t

size and of O. KIRKLAND D. P. A.. A. C. LIlllUboro .,
appearance paper money Hotel Tampa. Kla.
r in the United FL
!r States. Each one of' i l-tt c t''
4 i iF
,d I 11t ii '*! 'tc ,,;
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', \ '' FRIDAY MARCH 7.1"1.3
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Q '' \ THE J Ifl: tMME'E VALLEX* GAZETTE. .. ......,.. ,; .. '
PAGE 4.:, ._ _. .. LL
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I ecuted and filed with the Commissionat i fOU(t'ROUTES fOR ,I' queens .

.. OSCEOLA GO. BANKS Washington.. As examination pa.
I pers are shipped direct. from the Commission I COUNTY 1 r 1, ,>
(t. 'b j to the places of examination, OSCEOLA "

tic rN'FINE CONDITION \it is necessary that applications be re- .. I 1t 1\\'
.wM' ceived in ample time to arrange for : I

I ", ., ,the examination desired at the place .ADDITIONAL. KURALJIOUTES TO I ', '
i'. f Indicated by the applicant. The Com- SOON I lit !
a mission will therefois arrange to examine BE F ,VI r
t any applicant whose application AS: NO 2 IS WORKING i f
I is received in time to permit the ; r/J
w 4 SOUTi1EASTEN BANKER shipment of the necessary papers. .
Ia 04aI. GiVES I An eligible register for the positionof Postmaster. Frank Vans Agnew(
CONSIDERABLE I SPACE TOH7Cr.TUTrX7NirK letter carrier for each for the informs -
... ,.. = I rural county given' out! the following .
.. I SL11MF:1." -.IWTIrl.J' litaln tal nec ,-A-Il' OIl 71ms loin ort e public! "- -
01 lusl w. S BANKS IN: MARCH:: ISSUE. be examined in the county in which \1 The fiscal year of the Postal Department Lam nes

,:the post office that supplies his home j I extends from April 1 to I,
-- -
; I is situated. A'S a, result of such examination !March 31 and the official receipts oft I
'The Southeastern Banker, a handsome he- may become eligible to I' post, offices are those within the peiiodof Slo:1n'9: Jinilwnt) 11 11 quick

magazine devoted to banking ,, appointment as rural carrier at any the uforesaid months. I and filial-Ik rtnncily; ,, fur ..1I111'I I .
,, Flour - its March such A rural''' Feb. 2H, I IHH 1111 other l .: ', .',i i. .' icy have: so many
White Clover interests, contains in issue J county. From, April ,11911, to ness in hoist, ,, CJ
r I. l 'ompl't'lwn..ive information con rninit1'letter-carder'' after one year's satjfj-/ :J, 4ha jiecipt .at le..locIlLoili.I\U animalsGood --- 5 ibjeits!
iicad : : ,
Makes dellghtuL BRhf, .
: the hunks of Osceola county, ('" may he transferred were :$;!),OH.>.S: =
)i"/ 1'akey biscinls, delicious and rW15 the; the National Bank of St. t loud, the I to I the position of clerk or larnur in April 11 1911! to Feb. 28, '' "Sloau'g! I.u'"t, .nrrIlAAr,..nl1T''hlull ." -

1 crisp,satisfactory dainty pastry lor cakes. :.State; Hank I1l1d11<' ( itirens Hank of a (list 1 or second class post office/ to the icceipth at the local office were j jx '1,11,1, .?,Itt'l on (mill hIna Inr, aI Iunualest' "..,?aue, la I a..".1-,hi
Kissimmec It also punts a halftone ( In' position" of iailMimail clerk, or ::; 1 0,604<| > I 7d. noL ii....1' nttnna' !iiI I 1 ,m11Aaus ,:..1.-.1.I A Breakfast of Sausage
WHITE Cl,OVER FLOUR pholog-I'llph of .J. W Squires, to other positions in the !classified This 1 ,indicates an increase of almost I II I UniIi.I .
linn (lie "otlioi of the' St.olld/ institution, ' snbe'et to sue(h examination 02 \ .L1llAlfit\ex "I k City. ..'
costs no more lashici I I ll siixie ( | I 1'1'i ',')' i'tutI .
kind,' and is inliiiilily HI l f with a slutth\ Th' (.:t'te' l lepio. a" maj be I"'JUII'/! b)' the civil seri I\ the end of I this i month, of Mauh I for Swelling: end I \\ HUM h I,,'' ilii- right. thing

f'i TIER iluetjbelow' the stalen1cnlin\ nuted )intin \ ''( rule'I 1 l1li.! :) it is confidently txpt-cted that J15Jl.Ii! Ilnal.ofLnurarniCau.\ I ,,, 1 A "d if ol our manufactureI -

Fully I ,'ii u.intccJ. Banker : .JOHN) (I'. KL.\CK, 'the J peicentajri mi'ioa'-e of the leleipts U\\llli,,1 R.; I 11,mi) ; Nil nil-q.::. :I:(' rln"',ii''I h,'run." I h',il nl rid H main','ii, ,' I

"YOUR GROCER HAS IT" SI. loud, 1 Must National Hank, ur- l'I''sid'nt. of the fiscal year "-)(dung MauhI fix, l> llli >t M,.in'' a in'',' '> I rd., ut'ln' I I I. t loi tin king1! '
i- N1NSULAR NAVjt .ini/id\ ill April, I'lll'! (), i.ipitiil; $;;0(1(10 ,- :: I 1913:i, o\ei the iiMal( )ear: ending mod h.:. i;: I )li.i.:::..|e: h<,i',Mil, I:H"tlllllll. ::lal< 1)u., InrFaris I 0
JrOgflCY / lias paid in ili\ uluiiK Since oiicanialion STUDENTS'MADFniT! Mauh: :il lll! _', will lie Iii per < ('111 IWag'dluut(and Un, ftU i I U oterp- '
o :joifOO.,, ( and e .". s ;a nplu-- [IIlI,stbly. t 17 pel ''nt. j A Nice Slice of Bacon
;ind II Iltl 1\ Idc.d l piofits attounl of :>'; 1 I-:! Rural Koute No. - will he establishl -

tiod ; net famuli's of l' Over 10() per cent IN THE "PRINCESS"UK. l and begin work on :'II.1Y' 1 1lI'I.'! I Sirl/ataiAN'S i
Its last .Iat"wnb t shows deposits' of sfi
talihsheil '
and when NuLls: psMill
fat too lean
i ii :Mithii; Lou nor ,
,' fatal, of *:JiS'riAnnul : !) ,. I
1 sli'MMKI! ) : resuurl's" ( lie' taken at nine to establish two

1 E. liimitran, eledid. pusideit II SUIRll/1.Olt'lllsTRA:; / >) I :M .MK moil additional: rural joules, \shiih LINIMENT \\'ill/ t nsped 1 liefoie taken,
in I'll-: "is the pi i'suit State ran lie done, 1 i.y making alUiations" 'in
In-( clistnet. 1 E., C.; Parris is I vicepitsideiit MI J ( sit J i nil( PL\\ HISIN I :: =' inn both Ioult.:0":: I and J, and 1 hy tak- S'.. u\\lId i I I.. lit fm his ijuecn1! !
qE .1. W : Seiinic's, caslnei' and i is a qUt,1, l: roil :-" ,: '. remcdlI J
..: ; ; 1l.mi: I'.iS'l'I11E'I'lll: :.\TIR: 1I1g111 additional territory adjacent( to
1 t 1 llli I I I:1': ..Mli l i: A ROYAL
O.I *>. Watt"; assistant i t'u h."J. Ml them. 1,1, I hl, ,, I1. I I.

Sejuius lucii icinnietcd: with tin I Ins tall 'KI im'1'I"I' foul tluix I
: jji\u C.oirrnoof Georgia uses i HKKAKPAST'Un l; !
h hI
bank SIIHI' its trani/atton) comintrliemi I'he I'rnue.-s", pie' 'enUel I by, the mir rural routes which, with a city 'Iua, "e Lmiiiurl for Hog: Cholera I
i r \cisadlis. lIio.) 1'110" to the High School fotud"It"I'; enjoyed by flee delivery service, and a (;HIMMM .I'I ". ," M l"d l, i.gnllaa I I' in "((tilt' morning!
IlUon' of Ml'. Honetran, the! presidentronlded ) will lie t I.. I.. P tLd: 1L..ii..I I, ;, ; I I I."M, II > I Ih
audii'nee!! taxed, the rapacity of me'nl building as the center, ,. ., .
Mw YOI'I\ )I<'IH'1.: . an I ,,J I ". ,ll. I "I.I I ll 't I"I'" no l I'
in the Pastime 1 iiday evening moat" creditable t 10 the county s,at of ,II hI ,n. In I 01".1) , ,d of' Flupu)!! -
> .-sipim; was atti\il\ in chaise and) Ih". cast ;included number of ( "Kieeila muntj Florida. I ll...III, I.t I Hi. ,ill)"'II 't h'' drumlmgIho .-
I 10 : \t I a large
tin \\ond"I'ful iriowtb of the liuiik is J.r I ,- 'Io" a"m" ll III upnnadI | RULL BASS
studints and the dull .X in'w posloffue c'llIledVlI1tt'r .. ,, ,,
and by' twe-nty High I ..t i,,, ,:(,th (".i. Hi, un and> niMulli )
-. due to Ins good judJ.'Illl'1l1 eap.Ihleuunulg ? tin h"'n established, which (-.. .
Se liobl gills and the High School\ orelulia lleiini I U I'1) 1.'71. IInn1' IliB'I
mint' St ( loud thin1cars : I I, "u .1 I -. ,.. u of. Hi,,,
iniieiisc'd. the' number to sucha ill In. Supplied> \ la Orange!: ( ('1111. 1 hy i Hnu; mil\ o MARKET

. ago truly a pine' '"I 1'hr Idlest Wonili(, tads:' (a'it\little'." eitis :M'sepinis' \-'.. point that individual mention wouldbe th'. :Star lieiuti' t'\'iq') f lorn' this of- (n\iL[ IVU llli;c) win 1)l I ,I t': :1' 'I,:.1)-u.,.i-' i ..' fnhna.n Iirn 1.'I;: ;.1
1 I 1/1\/ IdIOU if not impossible Of the lie < sj\ days a week i "1 i -I I \ i i I'
: jnituii" appeals' : in our illus I-\"A"'AI' I" 11 I N'- t L. _-_ Jr
TITLE -- -- -
siMial local talent plays that have
Ilalydtrl'un( ( 1'hc 1 bank will su,fitly : .
w'v ..
: In, "n pusintid at the1 I'dstiniielewwig, T'H'I people of lima le UMMHi AtlIlh..I"r.1 22t' WXA- 81.00.
1 t! move' lit, > its new bulletin;?, \\heu ev- tin season u ma\' In xi'iiluii'd that"l'he 'nntiiill -as :.IMHI \eais, I hc'feue' t tlu1ieulc "M,,'K ll..ok nn II>" Mt. e. III-.
GUARANTY (Iy i i'OHM in "nil' ha: }hi'eh 1 pioMilcel for UOKI Ami t'on.tiy IM i I ft i iAddreM
'' Of I'a.. know t In
I 1 i'me ess' \\as; the most pleasingaiiel ; |" I'ttl.utngh.\ rr8II I
the' lemifeiit of its i'ustonu'i s. ; gave' rttduisi I of I the' most, (can is uili a thmir. dual; |pruplt| ei\'e'i iin '. Dr. Earl 8. Sloan Boiton

j COMPANY .1 \\ Squ'f"| twhirr, ) in I tin 1 1'ii: t fill) naming I Phis \\as due to thee < I loIl1a and" II is a grout: ,, .nnntl( \ i ) 1)r\ NcI\/I CLASSES
National Hank of St. ('Ioul I h 1 1'la.,
'enihi i 'ntiems \'. oik) of :Mis. He'ssicl ( III lie I r dll'i (\llem of .
snii' 'its Hi """"I." III I'Hd) MrSiinus l>i ian iinpson and :Miss' Mmen.1 I I'IIiIk.I'm \\ (11l'1I"al I antei hn'rn"

] gained his, early. : hall1."I! i ir| cxprn4'tiI I 1.1',1,1, "t I'of 1 1 K(. hi" .\\',itt ln! >\\'n, unele Ln0 I La, Lien vriMM a 'II'' (,,?(,,1 |11I lI l\ MUS: .1 i \\IIIIIIIIECK)
,, anils _
Cuarantees the lille In I i ,. .,, I I I, M - 1 1'.1.6! .
(" in the f \ei allies, i w ho-i tutcLtgc the' ",ulu--tia ishi "I)i "Id t> "a l I.e I 011( "pt.j|)t i li\ I tile i Iit1, 'I'i", I'HII i "i lit
Prepares :Me're hanlah'h: ,, "(.a-h'.1''. II0'1.' ( ;wing to Il\ >udain th, In,t showing iliad.I li\ tin} 01ir "- "I".' I I"I I..1, t U ill IM e !iiiplu;l | I \ I In t.ll.i, I 1.. 1 IT I I III,,, htraets eil 'I lilli, l lo 'I'imh" rand 1:10": )"I oli :i"'i'omit of h:s li"altli I tike; ,ini/at'on afle i a ,:hoI! |I"" I m loel; of his I 1 iF'.I 1 i 1 0'1! I the. i nit t tun 1 1 1 i ,,,1,1, I \i; ,, M it I"i1iI.i" 1 I I 'I .I)I,II vri, I I .I,,1.I M ," ., ,1'I M t n p. 7IIloItJo.: !) ( )

Coloni/alion Lrait" an\ t. hcreI 'i> nuin\ ,other he hi'i'ami attieh} u..0u(1)00lI, .s Nannie Rees! at I ,,'i 1'1.)' j ... '"r \\0111. t I i i e .., fI1g', M 11.1 t - I II I ,"l ..1.,: '' .'IMlttlHlo) ::( )
1 not e>i11l1) 1 1.'Jo..da'. ; s balmN .Ir/1lal.. I i II"". .I ."'m |1'.1't' i I i .I I Ili,
in Florida tin piano: plaveel tin -p("( at niu. li foi LEAGUE CONCERT WAS I"I .o'oo"JII'I\:' I I e'I',1s fA: < II l lI
r. Lot tn he i business p ) -IbIIUt, and,, I II"1'1"\ ("( Stuval I 'attmh'I5" of I th.. I i ),
th' ini/.tion of t Pit ,t --- I'tnnt'. u.UUn.n t -d"ln'd| at
r' upon i i ir east exhibited 11I1'lIt of II high: urdelIIl1 iI ---- -- i \ '
:National: ,, !lank: lIP was ..l.t.l,! ;I. its ARTISTIC SUCCESS t-n i al I i Oats
cashier. Ilie )heavy diti I s of orguii- I js:; \ (0 |-"I lsI: ;| STOlt) ) The Florida [ (
/ation and. m'IIHlg"llPnl( fill IUK: / < 'Iy Everglades l
.' Titles to City Luts (ii)))') him-- '!'ifiw well he laid th,' fonielatm .- anted : 1.111111( I ll \s. !II' \ ItEI\I: I,,:MM.s I : (; (;)l\' CN:: M1'51111A .
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EXAMINED= I'IWI'TLY.LEWIH / i .. | I : \\ I/O/( 1'1'1HE i: /) "INHTM '
be l"1)" fi i'inn IIITUU, t'i In found ilewh J l h\5. home) b1)tall I buys, hut -,.. .L_ I. S. a .. ,1/0 J. AL I
"ic'. ilOWir.g' 1 the growth of his liens, fat bo\.'-, lein: \\m\ '. between FPI: I' \l l\SIIMK I : If -\ 1)I.' -h te> {k HIM the, t 1\lIIh 1 aim'ItI :

I I bank tin'; ilK'" of ( to Iii. tci' inc-e't Prof IJr, I I.t' 'llr I:I'll' ". the'II I'"l. l. i mull, *; (fVi. TILLER >

The Citizens' Bank of Kissmimee, ('a-sits! at the (hiistian chinch 8 a. o-sib, ..
[ mil and futuie' | : ( II"- get a
O'lMYAlS, Manager organized' I'.UO capital <15,000: !; has I' m Saturday.wher( (' law \vill )be1 enacted \ rail; i rite" i tai nine'nt, \\'as given i the look Real t stale Agency t>
|'paid in dmdcnds since organization against ,\\','aI'1I1g'h: ,'\\ inJ.:, 11111-1(i I lotal., of Kissininii'i' uevelaj I (01\)> of :lfainiIltghl's| | nits "

Kissimmee OITici. $,0)0() and shows a surplus and undivided smoking) and other biul habits, after \ tiling\) \sluii se'feral of the leading ,I''rice, h\' Mail. 7i<.. r.+ ................................ )
|I profits account of $r>,0)0)( ; net which the boys will lineup for a big I aitists of the town tame together at
-- earnings of over ::1H per cent Its parade and all day hike to the coun- the I'astmie in the iimlitlon if a proiri.un ,\ddri''I'1 I J. l'l'l.l.MM. Realty bought;. and sold. ,)

f'to, last statement "hows deposits of $22JOn. ,>,- I ry.I : fen' the btnclit of tin' \ nrl'ricun :sinte; I'rinlir 'J allnhasse'i'. I Flu. 4 Houses rented .
()( and total resource of $30Q000.: <> Each scout will be ieciui".Ud to I \\'iirnan"s I League 1.11! Taxes and Titles
Head Office Itisbee Building I paid verified ,
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1 : A. E. Doneiran, president ; 11. M wear o\c-ialls and !red bandannas with i The 1 indiMilual numliitX"weie supplimntid !
Jacksonville, Fla. ; I Branches : ': I'fannioe-president; Paul K. Weavei walking stick in one' hand and big' l by HiowXs orchestra 'II1)( ) 1 ( for non-residents. =-

Kissimmee Fla., Tort Myers, cashier, and A.V.. Justus, assistant lunch in the other. I which assisted inaLc'iiall} in giving ,: Fire. Life and Accident Insurance II..

Fla., Arcadia Fla. cashier. The youngest institution A boy's time in a boy's way. YtJu'' rarely and \olujrfe- to the \'enll1l's ,
progressive and well Space with will miss it if you miss. it. s'I'tlon Indemnity Bonds.

'I the rapidly growing. live community E. C. CASSITY. I Miss Ut'HXa Biewer gave. several ExchangeFor Jt
-just the right kind of bank for a iharmm r'ocal numbers ; AJifcS: I Alice I\ i.v_ v _ w "Si'PiF' rP

hustling business-like city-and mak- Jacksonville is going to have an Blake d Miss: Ruby Ellis the? former -. .- -
1' ing good. other big furniture store which will' ]1 r w t he violin and the latter at the:

The State Bank of Kissimmee; organized I'be located ,on West Bay' street. 1 lp'I no, rendered! a duet. with .artistic Landsin ;J!

.- 1901, capital $50,000, showsa .__n ___. _-*- .-- -. - -....-.-..- 'DR. WMHARPER ..!
and undivided T ,
PURE-'BRED. POULTRY surplus profits account -
I of $37,000; net earnings of 75! I OSTEOPATHSTECiALJST

per cent Its last statement shows, _. .. --- _-
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deposits of $202,000, and total resources .
t Breeders of highest type Black I of $:38,000: [". A. Carson, A IN

Minorcas, White Leghorns Cornish president; J. M Lee, vice-presidert, CHRONIC DISEASES
Game, White Orpingtons R. I. Reds,, I land N B (Carson cashier, these officers .
' Japanese Silkies, White Muscovy and
i having served sint' the bank's CONSUl TATIOH rxAMINAIIOH FREE
Mallard Ducks. High class breeding I' organization Roma Thomas is- assistant INSTOCK 1 Fresh lock of tircerru-H, good trade,
stock; Day old Chicks; Eggs Cor- 1 cashier The f"
t figures represent KISSIMMEE. FLA
residence all located
respondence solicited. Everything an elegant/
a 100 per cent. increase in deposits TUESDAYS: THURSDAYS. SATURDAYS

;. absolutely guaranteed as represented I and resources over figures of 9 PLANF.R"I RI--\\\'I! S'l'I1 FEIii).. if[ the heel' towns in d;('(,r/Cia./ OFF CE, CENTRAL HOTEL
or money refunded. 1911 and reflect( efficient management MATf'It"l: SKi i' -1'I.n: : it Ii'

I I TOWER fr.IK.KRH THIMMKHSSHIM.i : Address Box 125,
9-41 Jackson, Ga.

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County, Saturday, March 22, 1913. SAW BITS for all ....k... uf .....
f For Reliable Bakery I The United States Civil Service
SHAFTING IM I.I.K1S HOSES Bank in Osceola, County
Commission announces aji open com-
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BELTING Krad.m..dlum lo >
i i petitive examination on the date and
Products, go to I Iat the places named above, as a result I LOG CHAINS (ANT HOOKS 1'<>%\.S! Depository For

I of which it is expected to make K\Hl TIII1.011 Till': I I 'Mil. SI\IK.S 1.11iut\MF\'r' ; I-OSI-AI. !lA\INI FUNDS
certification to fill a Vacancy in the SA W Mt l.l. M'1' VII. OK 1-I.OItlllA.

J. H. Reed's ( position of rural carrier at Kissimmee Write forl'rlccm I OI >'l'UI' U"IC 1'ClI.) 1'1'1)' KIXHIMMKR.! .

and other vacancies as they may I II
HomeBakery occur on rural routes at post officesin ( Ii I I Capital Stock fully Paid _$50,000.00

the above named county, unless it is i Surplus _ 30000.00
found to he in the interest of the service Il Stockholders'
I Liability 50000.00
to fill reinstatement
any vacancy -
\ transfer, or promotion. The Depositors Security _$130,000.00

usual intrame salary for ruraf carriers INTEREST
l ) is( from $dOO to $1,100 per annum l .

4 ",,' Age", 18 to 55, on the date of ..examination I
", The I maximum age is I I C. A. Carson, Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz N.: B. Carton,
j waived in cases of persons honorably I'r<'aldont. VIoiI'rt.aldrnt. 2nd Vice I'rr.t. Ciuihler .

". discharged from the United States

1 i military, or naval 'rvice. FORSALE
a An applicant must have his actual '
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If - -
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: you domicile 1the territory supplied by
u post flier in the county for which -
BARGAINnan the. examination i is announced '

The I ,examination is open' to all Beautiful Bungalow on lot 73x117 feet. Six rooms, bath and pan .. 1
ORANGE GROVE male citizens of the United States

; or land to grow I who .can comply with the requirements -. i iI try. R. S. FLOYD : I

1 Application form 1341! and full information Practically new. Every modern convenience. Four and onehalfblocks
; Oranges and I concerning the requirements' J of the examination, can be se-' from Poiroffice. Cement sidewalks.
cured from the secretary of the local

:" Grapefruitsee examining board or the postmasterat I Located on beautiful Mabbette street, in one of the best sectionsof
any of the places named above, or
BUCKELS from the U. S. Civil Service Com- the city. Grocer

: :c(; mission, Washington, D. C. ,

I. J Eligibles: on registers established Now offered for only $3,000. A bargain which will not remainon .
( prior to -ajreh 1, 1912, can be con- i

John VTIt3&C0. sidered for-.I appointment only at the the market long. Let us show YOU. .
office for )which they were examined. Get our prices on
'y' LOUISVILLE. KY. Such eligibles may be examined within I

,,, Bit bllaud 1B87Hlghetl one year from the date of their I HAY GRAIN FEED k

qw ,a mrket price paid former examinations upon filing ap- ,
Funs plications showing that they meet the

wt ' and, HIDES.WOOL. their requirements old eligibility of the for new their examination home I H. M. Breaker & Co. which we make a specialty

/ fices not being canceled Of-j .
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J'. "Minerva .don't*' .
t says .William their daughter into young ladyhood 11:

CODE' HILL CELEBRATED INAUGURATION Allen White In ,his Emporla Gazette. before they are out.of high'school, is I ..... ,
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OF DEMOCRATIC You( are Just a little girl only in folly multiplied six.' You will hea ''f, ,.
woman soon enough; bo a girl-% ipI .
PRESIDENT IN ORLANDO high schooL. You" should be. kept, in simple, genuine frank-ayad girl just. get good one or don't buy'at all. You need 1- t;
.. simple glr1i h' clothes, you'sho lId as long as you can
T have your head full of/ your books. "Don't frowse yourself-Up with all pi, II, n't pay; great big price for a handsome case
Code Hill of Orange county is well You should be Interested In. girlish these dowdy .dry....gornh; don't stir up .
known in Kissimmee.. lIe had his things. So don't dress that way; if your hair like u. taffy kettle, don't p ,. iiJ1 I IIlI unless you want to, but you want a good moVement ;-, 4

: .hail'JutJn..t.hepublic-.quare-ln-o> your_mother hasn't enough8enaejta...sKowyour1ankIittIeJcgLthroggh.asheath i I ; I I I.- __-___ - -- -"-- -
lando Wednesday afternoon, concern keep ul ttlegIrr in.simple frocks skirt; don't gadding to . I .I.. in any event.. At thisjew.hy :store; 70U :
ing which event the Reporter-Star the blessed,. Lord knows you .should school in, white :shoes; dOI.'t wear ., \ . \'
tells the'following story: have sense enough for the two 6f hat that looks old enough/ for mother i .. cangetawatchthatyoucanswearbyandnot 4 ::
One of Orlando' greatest cetebra- you. Do you know child,' you are of five; don't wear silk to s\l\ o-lt'8! J .,
(tipns of the inauguration of a Demo horribly overdressed The idea of such an abominable taste-co thor- jt : In at. We guarantee it no matter what you, pay .
cratic President came at two o'clock* you wearing these clothes that bring oughly jay You don't know it; your ; ;

this afternoon when Col. Code Hill, out every line and curve of yourgirlish mother .don't .know Itj; but the best 4 4 for it. Isn't it time you 'bought_a. .,.a ch.7 _ _ .
4 in the presence-of-a great throng of figure for men- to leer at; people in town know Itand tho people V /'
spectators, composed of men, women Minerva, don't. Don't put up your hair who amount' to anything coming (to ,
and children had his hair trimmedand like a woman of 30; you are so beau- town know it. Reallyfl nice girls of .
his beard shaved off at the band tiful and attractive as you are-a first-class families don't havo to over :
stand on Orange Avenue. Many child of nineteen with the pure beautiful dress to establish their social status. .
cameras were brought into use as the )heart God gave you-then you If you have a real social status you
colonel arose and said: are aping the ways of women who don't have to dress like a frump to : Jeweler and .. .
"Ladies and gentlemen: For have lost or broken or smudged hold it. So for heaven's sake, Minerva C. A CQI'E
years I have been growing these many locks their hearts. So for heaven's sake, -don't. Get into some quiet 'I .
Minerva, don't. Take father'eadvice girlish forget about sociafposition "
,. and giving all my strength toward the your togs your Optometrist J
li cleqtion of a democratic president, and if your mother )has no sense, put your mind on your books .. .::00 :
he knows just how looked at I chase the boys out of head, andbe
1 if it ,had not been for my hair he you are I your .:
on Commercial street. Your nice nice candid clean-
Avould not have been elected. mother I a girl-a ,
With thanks for their aid in the cele is simply straining her insides out to I hearted litle girl. As for all the fool .1.
bration of the occasion, and with the keep.up with some other foolish wo- things that are reflected in your ,
allusion to the fact that he might your bid dad knows that it is foolish.lie clothes% and in your face, and in your 1
for president himself at the end run of knows that the whole gams of manij-ri and in your idle gabble-for '
the next four these foolish women thus to force the Cord's sake, sis, forget it." I .
years, he proceeded to TE..8..CSEES: CF FLOR.JDA.: ,
the barber's chair to be shorn of his -- -- -- ------ "

locks. and the beard.crowds As were the still work gathering progressed last been week sold ,and but they a number are being of lots taken have so GETZ: GROVE AND SITE I i iI Stetson Opens Spring Normal Review Course Desirable Ten . j Z I I.

rapidly that it is that the I I. .
Mounted on a fine sorrel horse; with I M lUiI 2 TII TO MAY "'TII.Send .
of the lots will\ be advanced. The TO BE: SOLD IN LOTS
his long white locks floating in the I !';' for bulletin. A special'low rate la. given. The Stain 1 Uxt books areisI. i
breeze Colonel Code Hill, of Bear figures were cast: low to induce quick You "all. lit. r !it any time. Prepare for a better RradiB Cost I Is only \ i
Lake rode into Orlando sales, for it is the desire of the ownerto H 50 ji.-r w<-< 1 U. or $3.i.OO for the nlno weeks. This Includes tRifle board, room. and Twenty
this morn see this section built and de tight! und tuition. Send for picture bulletin.Acliln j
ing, wearing a high silk hat of the veloped. Mr. Hamilton himself up has a RECENT PURCHASER PLATS TilE SB.. HTKTHON I'MYKKNITT.' IJel.nml.. Florliln.'
'pattern! and at once made arrangements i PROPERTY) AND WILL PUT IT -o'.nl! ntlnn IH 1
| home on the lake front in this ad- Spi atti railed to Tb- Preliminary Courier I. AirrliMiHurr. Botany. .
for his hair to be trimmed for ,!1 dittion, which i is the best that ON TilE MARKET.; 11101"l K.\; and Innrffanlc Chemistry. Qualitative and Quantitative analy-
the first time in sixteen years. At 1 proof ,!I. Aiiili l> uiiwi;i!] PhemlHtry. Mineralogy I Geoloiry &a. Tttr I're-M..dicaI! l l'nur.r.-.. Acre Tracts t
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that time down can be offered by him as a desirable l.Ii) Hlnluiry.I IlloloRy{ Anatomy; Bacteriology, Hl tdlosy. Zoology. Uotany. GeneraltntHlry i I-
democracy went in
location for a dwelling. The sales ,' ln,',i KMIIIC i flvtniHtrv QualitAtive' and Quantitative Chemistry.Mtittle .
defeat, and Mr. Hill vowed that he agents have been busy this week Madame Joanne Volte, who recently ", -I'l&no.. Pipeforcan. Violin. Voice, Harmt,pnm! ('i."> ua Work ,
"would neither trim his hair or Rhave Mrhool uf "'In.- Ar I the (;etz and
purchased placein
prospective purchasers to the grove
For Trucking and Fruit Grow f .
his face till
a democrat was again the northwest section of town, has ,
site, which recommends itself. It has t. I
placed in the presidential chair.. He many attractions that will not l he loston had the entire forty acres divided up hours. The house boat was sold and I ing. Our land extends from ': !
kept his word. any one \\ho has an eye for the into city lot and will sell the same for INTERESTING TRIP the return was made in the launch. I
I of winter homes To northern people. city limits nearly to Orlando. '
advantages living near the water. The trip was a memorable one for
LOTS IN LAKESIDE Madame Voile's o'vn res'dence on' BY HOUSEBOAT Messrs. Williams and Clark, and their I Only $30 per acre. 1
the is being accounts of their intensely
MISS TAUT A LA RAMESES.WASHINGTON ] property considerablyimproved. experiences are I
A broad veranda is oeing '
ADDITION GOING FAST\, addeil to the house and! it is bengrepaiiitc KISSIMMEE VOYAGERS GO FROM 1 i Terms: $2 per acre cash and $2 -\ 1

-Miss Helen Taft; l and otherwise rnproved. CANTHE SLANG. acre monthly. I
has given final approval to the mummy The location' is hiirh and healthful and hERE TO ST. JAMES I CITY ON I ----- I per I
LAKE FRONT 1 PROPERTY( THAT sleeve, the latest thing in dress, the land is productive, and the site is GULF i AND RETURN. Take it from us, kid, there's no I WRITE FOR BOOKLET \ ,'t 1 '
which was introduced in Washington i, ideal for winter homes. The climate nourisment in this
society by !MxiSpencer Cosby. Mill I of this sf-ct'on is the best in Florida, I{!
stuff. That's
RESIDENCE) ] SECTION. Tuft's sleeves will not be no tight afl I und hence the best in the world. An interesting round trip was completed a biang is all to ,
those worn by Mrs. Cosby but the design .. Twenty acres of the forty comprising Monday, March .'(, when L. M. the bad. Jt doesn't get you anywhere. McKOY
is exactly like the former's. Mrs,. the (Getz; place are set to citrus trees, Williams, of Kissimmoe, and J. A. Forget that Norweigan college professor -
The Lake Shore Addition, owned by Martin Littleton has also adopted th(p and the purchasers of the lots of fully Clark, of Conneaut, 0., returned who says the American slang I
L. A. Hamilton and being sold in city now style. half the tract will have citrus fruit from a journey made from Kissimmeeto ;s the swell talk. lie's trying to put /, -,
lots by J. I 1). Clark and R. W. Meikle- The mummy sleeve as demonstrat already grown for them. Madame St. James City, on the Gulf. one over on us. Either somebody'sbeen t )
.1 jon is going to be Kissimmee's most l'll l by Mrs. Cosby is exactly like thosi.e Voile disposed of the crop on the treesr handing his a lemon or else Land Company "
attractive residence section in yearsto worn by Rameses and Cheops in theii l this season at a goodly figure, and has The adventurers left Kissimmee he's trying to con us. Listen!I' You 11
come. This is a prediction that graves. The sleeves are wrapped s time only will be able to verify, but tightly that it is impossible to raisi.e ments. by a launch. Both vessels were builtin unless you get a little style into your
it i is coming true. the arms, and in fact Mrs. Cosby ha d 1 The lots will be put on sale in To- KisRimmce. They stopped at lingo. The trouble with slang is thatit KISSIMMEE FLA. ,I
There are some 260 lots within the i great difficulty in shaking hands at i a ronto, Madame Voile's usual place oft pleasure to hunt and fish, and bagged puts your vocabulary on the blinkin "
limits of the municipal drainage canal, recent reception. Mrs. Cosby's mOil residence. A large number of Toll in the course of their travels 22 coons a jiffy. And then, when you want 1 :
and the land is naturally beautiful, recent mummy sleeved gown is of pinl ronto people are bel'ominginterested and 7 alligators, besides a number of to' have a touch of high life and '
#1 .' being a broad meadow sloping gracefully and silver brocade. The new whit,e in Kissimmee, and in the course off ducks, fish and other: game. throw the lugs, you're in bad. See? FOR RENT-Two modern flats, with :..\ .
\ to the water satin gown has these sleeves made o time there will be quite a colony of On their return they made the trip Do you get us? Have some class all city conveniences. Apply at
( The addition was opened to sale! the flimsiest of real old lace. them located here. from Ft. Myers to Kissimmee in 42 about you and cut it.-Life. the Gazette office. 20-tf 1'

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I; ::1 The Kissimmee Valley Gazette., GOVERNOR TRAMMELL STARTS SOMETHING' NEW WHICH, IS Oulstee Was Bloodiest. / t

it I _.,- -- -, =-- .. :;"'. .''''''':'':<.:.''-:=:'.-=:-,;;:;...- ..,. -.. -::---;._=:_.. Park Jraininell( has alerted to let the people and the member .

4 Publfaher.L Editor ... .. .
W. B. HARRIS, J. IK REESE he to .
:...- ._,. .. _ of( the Legislature' know in advance about some: of the things is going -t'r
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'r SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy one year ___ ___ ._____*-'.t.jjjj recommend in his message to the Legislature. ARPSBUJRG} SUCH' A J. ,",
One copy, .el! jtmoatliB :.___.__.. .75 ono copy, t'hrco monlhe. __-__- .40 official 'dispatch (from the State House that Governor HIGH PERCENTAGE MORTALITY: OF THE
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All e-ommunlrntlong! except from our. authorized correspondents. 'must be Trammell's object in doingthis is to jnvite discussion. "upon his recotnmen- -
-'-----Blgligel-by-lha-wjlter- of st.nrulaling.a. helpful public --
the best
cinicaJrTJr.Rntcrcd .- aliens which he believes to be way '
Rejected matter will not be returned unless

it the Postofflca In Kl lmmt>e, 'Flurld'l.n.( e-cond-class' ; -;mall-t"t;; ,;;::" sentiment in regard ITie merits or :: : -fsirprotwsal. r'_ Current discussion concerning the the Confederate army Florida wasVisions

>;.--. -"., . -- The Governor has started som hing / neW. and it is a thing worthy of approachTrTg; rnPc"e'nte7vntalcelebra alt timeJargtzlyJelfed\oll.1o to_ ,
tion of the Battle of by Lee's army In Virginia ;
of the Legislature get lo Tallahassee Gettysburg seems and '
FHIU.\Y. MARCH 7. 1913. commendation. When the {the in Tennessee.Seymour's

.. . ..- - - every one finds his desk loaded with documnts that he is utterly unable to digest predicated in part on the assumption army force, consisting. of three. ......

.... ...... ; .. ............ .............. -:..:.... doubtful if read half the important that the mortality percentage in that ; '.,
j . .-. .-.-.-.-r.Xi : : : -:-:-:-:-:-: :-:-: . . : ; : .-. . :-:--: 1 I in the. lime given him and it is any ever brigades/ with a total of 5,500 men, f""

matter that is puf before them in the way of departmental reports. engagement. was higher than in any marched west from Jacksonville some

i i EDITORIALHUGH I : It may be doubted if many of them even read ihe Governor's message. Thus other Important battle of the war 40 miles. East from_ Lake .City toimc.1 ..
between" the st-ct'ons. Neither at Cict him
.. eime: deneial
'.'............-......-..-..-..............-.... ..................................................... I by giving his message to the people in advance and piece meal the4members I ly..1JJrglIor at Sharpsburg was the I Confederate! with C.400 men Finnegai in two'brigades '

j' JOE REESE I may begin lo feel the pulse of the people vvhile still at home and proceed with .:iMimirn of life. loss in proportion te one of them commanded by

fl ''greater accuracy in forming their ovri opinions concerning the measures numbers of men paged attuini'd (Jem-ril I (Colquitt of Georgia.< General

THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH IS STARTING ITS CAMPAIGN proposed I The record of peitiMitago nf tasu'tltu's !- I 1'mm'gun selected a position and built i

AGAIST FLIES EARLY-A GOOD THING. Foremost; among the reforms recommended by Governor Trammell is ; was set by a battle at Olusleo, 'L some entrenchments, extending from
I w li eh is unique also m, two other i |pattietlnrs one small lake to another
n: ; ,i reduction of ,the rate of interest from eight; per cent to six per cent. and : in that it was the oil in mill" distant. It was a strong a quarter

The Slate Board of Health is making a campaign( against ihe fly The the contract rate fiom ten lo eight per cent Governor Trammell cites that I fanny battle fought "i I lui'di,, el'11ing ton .iirin st frontal attack, but could posi- "

\ fly is the purveyor of f the typhoid elm. People pay too 'lillle attention lo I,ill(, {present rate of interest was adopted twenty-two years ago when conditions !'! the war and was due. I" I mini 1 ily t.o .asilv be Yanked! so just before Sey- 1

the fly. II is generally regarded as an annoyance nothing else "I is hard were vastly different that most Slates have a lower rate of interest than political) considerations inour1' arrival the Confederates left

; The Male Board of Health I I'he- biittlelielel tiave-i-e-d now b> IJ..I i I !I,< h"und., advancing half
for people lo realize the deadlines of the fly. jin I lorida.. and that six per cent is a reasonable rate a
g' Ih' Seaboard Air line truck )Imam. I milt, formed in line of battle '
sending out matter lo ihe newspaperlo be punted in the hope I of aiding, Governor Trammell also advocates the of as Sey
by banks interest I .
payment on
I hone, Jacksonville, to T..lf.IJ"I ) i----!" I lehiiteen :. wont/ ..lIa', in highl The Federals

fl} this''campaign of education Following aic extract- on this subject) : I ,county and municipal funds. The State teceives interest of two and one-half ( , mills east of Lake. ('..Iy. inMiud, of attacking/ in forte, sent inone ,

"The prevention the eradication of typhoid fever H one of f I the I ( I f.'istand Lincoln 1SI 4 .
even balances. He
(per cent on daily calculates that the counties would receive I j| in > vvi-ti- ('on.? brigade, which was soon routed

I most important mattes before the pt'ople.of Floridi The State lids no between| $50,000 and $75.000 annually from this source. 'i t.'-ting for the republican,! presidential. : I then another, which fared likewise,

healthfulness | no'uination' I Ii i'noli'e., >.u> .I/-11\1 mil! the
; and le that III finally/ third, which its
: than healthfulness i
) in
greater asset its no greater( menace The Governor believes that the office of County Treasurer should} be. turf)
sacrificed I Dius to ieneiHl (;Iilmoie, stidioiij, utlltllun was repulxt'd! in disorder!
I than this msiduom disease. Why should hundreds of lives be i g abolished and on this subject he says: "A constitutional amendment lo j jiibohsh : I lend, South C.ucjMiii\ '. ,,,lull)' I i'lit .country, perfectly flat
t every year when they might be saved by the, c\erti-e: of simple and inexpensive I \ the office of County Treasurer at the expiration of the lams .of the him tei slid 1fOIC'1' into "i 'niiiioi'ol \ with long leaf pines! carried

cautionary method These method- are based upon proven (facts and j |present; incumbents" should be submitted for ratification or rejection by the !' I Ion.I" -i. 10 dine out what fe-w ( on mi in'ii;,'rgncuth or other (cover and

common sense. "* : tl""'-.... Il'n.all1"d.. 'out, ) l lu neither. army had .
4 electors at the next general election In my opinion the amendment should any protection natural
,the of infection 1 he.e.l L .tH'l\ proclamation tailing on the .'iti or artificial Both
The disease is spread by flies, airy germs: ,provide that ihe county Tax Assessor shall perform the duties now' incumbent i lines were at
h3had the disease developed !I /ens of I Florida to return to Ill<' inoni all times in full view of each other
from who have They are ,
come or
germs persons .
the Treasurer. It well known (fact thai the duties
upon] County is a / connected i M nrral i Minion(; also te> riiange- and) the fight was continued
available for distribution from the I until
I m the intestinal tracts and )>etomc | with the office of County Teasurer rrgmreTwt little tune and work from the film holding in' I 1''Iul'ld.1 a I lie: publican nightfall! The 1 Federal losses, uggregatMl .

..t1 I excreta of such individuals. Flies, coming into contact with such evacuations I II I I person filling the office, and that the compensation paid) tberefor 1 is entirelyout i 011\ .nt lull, t III'- hOI;. and e:,5 p i't it'lori in killed and wounded 1,8(51( ,

ii carry the. germs and lighting! upon lood (case them. there to be taken into ,i, ol proportion to the responsibilities, assumed or the uoik actually clone I boning) of coin" si, that the, stiiU wo'll.lf which was a little o\' -r :H per cent of

Tile digestive oPmlhcr individual! Di-gustmg. l isn't it3 .iv in' I l.uss0ln utl! 'iii I' 111'in ( 'Ii-: foriilinoii tin/ ,.,ir font. They I also lost
systems |I' 1'JUhursi :
These duties could
be the Tax Assessor vsilhoiil
discharged inlfifcnngwith
; by 'sal.ut ; , '
pn ( with h- iiinImits ' |'h"- (onfcderuti
and the doctors casualtieslotalid
# The. germs me rea-e .r raplniK in then new lodgings soon Isis dirties Assessor The could be made vMlboul .
I' as change i injustice) and true." -| o at I'o''f.d..d', t..1o. t.. MM) -'YlllOUI':: retreated I
have anolhci. ol Iyphold nd anotherource of infection started Recent to
case / is I lo the Assessors and without" impairing the efficiency ol the public service iinville... ,wit| dl'l(>al,1, I d .1 fiilii .l.i'/ ksnMviHV .ind! returned on hoard!

haclf iiologie al mv('Orgation- have established, the fact that the conditions I "d.i ., /l.neiul; uc \itiiiui' into I the ,ini I 111.. Thus
yel with a \ery considerable (economy in the ,idmmisti .ition ol government': tiHn-p.,1 !tirniinntiil) theM
most las oublt( ; I f iJi the, breeding of (flies exist in the excreta of horses I iif : : i"n'01., such od"h, i to di's| 'luv ,t'tc' lad < \| 'rlitinii. .n burg' 1 luridu I buck
This being; true why should the lax pi\cis ol all,I! the counties l 1.c l'q'lIll.dto |' into
The conditions j Tt .I\onng \e h. breeding arc in ihe stools of human beings t'nli'I a. I l h.>
f continue paying salines .igniegalmw at least $12i.OOlHlu..II"() lor ollues ril.r, : I IIi..h1.'i.| 1 u .i i In i'i, t .wI. t ,11,'' I I'1. .,,,tI..r.b. "II'h >
Loin the -u-tHined
Where such evaluations are, typhoid patients maggot of ihe fly a
i which really ? of I II.I 11)11..1', .. .. ,, ,
d nal
are unnecessary ) I ,11 r I -tu. fin' I" 'I I r becomes infected with. the and all through natural life at.
germs remains a I Another important reform ,is son I'd by the (.ovtrmi. v\licn IK advocates II,, I u)' of I I In, I 'liliDi' :.1> I MIV :aid,, !,iI "'.Pan" t Ihi ;.1 ,p, i nut ,,,! hy

source of danger. 1'1'' < s ,.t" I t 111,' ';SHlpllll'' '''t tt,t of llpplll' "s to .-": i IMIIIU,, .il 1 I'In' lii. (olunihui .
I the giving': ': of authority to cities to rbangr then own cbaileis, ?thus ,ichevinu' Muti
The warning to be drawn from these facts is that the earth closed should I
the Legislature of this work. .., '-.
be thoroughly screened that ihe entrance of the fly through the smallest
so I The Gazette finds no trouble in giving': its endoi! >emtnl I lo all the nteasutesthus hundred, years moil the pnpul hiirdiiri\' .day m these restaurants
opening or hole shall he prevented. Guard against the contamination of the I ti,.,n of, this. nation: will I\I h.ivi- are the following. :
far advocated by the Governor lie is on the IIvhl) track and program to (11\0'' liundrid millions, '
/fly al all hazards and then for the sake of additional safely kill him. hid) wd/i : he "I 1 our on I\\u. right and. left," TwO>
as far as. it goes ,i-s one that will meet general approval population of I-:ni.rliiiel in eirde rs of eggs fried on both Bidet
J It has not been determined how long typhoid germs may remain in the ,P'" |1'0'| t'loll'. HoVV Will t Ibo, V klH-p plae.e.d on Inert,
tin i""M 'iii' '' Th.I 11' 'is ollly olH'ay 'I'u< 'UN. "
system of the patient even after recovery from an attack of the disease. I II \\ (L.1, t he-Ill keep good (.\llh.I t'I'K" a pig| Cork and

Cases record which individual has carried his I On'si, 1..1'1. I Lol I the
are on in an them in systemfor ( I Ml 1-1' "Short)' Itiown, .
: then wool
\nd I fill
I I I one '.1111 not Short ribs with, blown,
years and has been a constant source of danger and infection to others OF DEGRADATION AND UNSEEMLY\ STRIFE? afmid "Stack of blankets" grnvy Wheat cakes. rl

without had the fever himself. It that Ihe. limes t I'niori has .
ever having is certain weeks perhaps i( brim eiitieis "Iwo chickens on a hill" Chicken s

months may pass even- in the ordinary individual who has had the disease. Some day women will have (II Ire ballot it is coming': Resign I yourself eel h.r for debt! 'insisting in' full' le that> :Suinly I Fiorld'i I' \\.ile-s must pay fur 'ru'lu'II.1| -s."Flouting,. the
| in ocean" Poached
7 !before he may cease lo' be regarded as a menace to the community. [lo the inevitable you mossback1' Put behind you those f fogy notions (bat si.,iv lets annuud, i\peiiss: iixurnclundi eggs i

( ;: As /flies migrate of their accord long distances carriedin 'r .a eonti.iit with her" luid I that (One of the regular customers of a
'I own over or are woman should reign in her own particular sphere and leave the squared! circle I no reieipt.'' 'in full for a ,,'III.'nH'III city restaurant observed for several

railroad trains, automobiles or other vehicles a single source of infection and the political. ring to 'man. Woman is crowding you off the map. The I force-d! from the dn-btor can relieve an mornings: that when serving the

'% : may be dangerous over a wide section. It is perfectly evident that the danger progressives are'in the saddle and this is a part of the progressive movement! gallo"'l'honest t creditor believe from these an hoard judgments obli, dishes his a lingers new waiter ill the would invariablyget

i i. increased in closely settled communities. It is equally certain that the 1 will finally \LIf' delivered the meat and vegetable
If women want the ballot they .should have it. Their rights in the premises |people dishes When the aforesaid

H.. .. tote disregarded. '. people to do the right morning the customer gave' the following -
:' : .ger want it-., time thing at the I order, supplemented with some
right '
will bring hardship
(. "If a feller feels like''' drowsing in this weatherlet some who accepted our bond in good on sarcastic comment:
'. "Give me two hard boiled fgK with
him drowse faith and believed we. were hone .- the shells
on, a cocoanut 'and a pot;
PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF SAYS HE INVESTGATED THE Go dreamin' with the daisies or loafing with the cows.'.' I Times-Union. of tea; now get your fingers in 'em,

BEACH CLUB AND FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF GAMBLING I u But are they sure that they want it? Witness the parade of the suffragettes I' KMJUSII;:' OF THE IIASII-IIOUSK will you?"-Life.

.:::- in Washington Monday. Hooted crowded jammed, insulted, lorn lo i' Eau Jallie; Record: Editor; Traer ,

The Beach Club at Palm Beach has ben in existence fifteen years. The pieces, humiliated and their natural defenders unable lo defend them: Whata Waiters, When Shouting Their I Orders ol the Melbourne Timex thinks that

: knowledge is general that it is a gambling club Everybody who goes to spectacle I I'He Weird Fxprrssions.Vuiters ; ... bonds the third for road/good district roads and should cites issue the

Palm Beach has the Beach Club pointed out to him. Yet nothing has road to KiKKimmcc the "
ever Does it leave any doubt in your mind gentle reader thai woman I is out \ as "needy one.
m choaptr, American You are just right, Bro. Traer this
been done to put the Beach Club out of business. of[ f her place in such a scene ? Did any womanly woman crave a place in thai I restaurants possess a votabulary of road! will be of/ /great value to, thin

h Very few Florida people have ever seen the inside of the Beach Club. A I motley crowd? Some women were just where they belonged when they got'' with slang humor.and a stock of stories replete I section, and by the way we are glad
here is
f I an old storyof that it is in district
Florida man is nofpermitted to join the club. The club was intended solely there-granted1! If they want I it let them have it that's all. i[ a waiter who shouted out his order I( ---.your
? .. .. . . in such -- --
ior tile enieriammeni 01 me wealthy visitors who must while away me lime .___ 1 ijuaint terms that a traveler, !My old friend!, Jayhew Reese of the
how. to baffle the man's ingenuity Kissimme Gazette has instituted a .
f, some HOW DO YOU and supper from the oldest to A;ie The waiter, however, was Hall of Fame and his first entrant was
kv. Soon after ihe Collier's Weekly article' appeared the Governor of the youngest members of the family*)'OU I equal to the occasion, so when" thetravler l.ula Hayes Lawrence, the talented

State notified the sheriff of Palm Beach and the will And, 1' the. y"t.I I ordered two eggs, which were society editor of the Orlando Reporter
I county prosecuting attorneyto RLAD A PAPER? i open newspaper I to l be scramble-el and served on toast Star Mrs Lawrence deserves this

investigate (he report that there was a gambling club at Palm Beach. The among all these thousands scarcely a the waiter translated the order to tribute for she ill not only a /good
? score are reading after precisely the) "Adam and Eve on a raft. Shipwreck writer but ill also most estimable
d sheriff reported that he had investigated the report but had failed to find any I I them." a
"Have you ever noticed" writes a same manner. This, to be sure ap- lady and a true daughter of the Confederacy.Sanford -
evidence of gambling He added that the club which was alleged to be a "Two customers a man and a woman Herald
reader "how differently people scan plies ill a tense to all reading Some J! who visited a cheap restaurant
gambling resort had been at Palm Beach for fifteen years and that no grand '" folks al New' York in
their newspapers One man, as he must have the quietude of j f were startled when they Hampton --J. Allen has a larger /
jury had ever found an indictment although a number of investigations had points out will pounce upon the front library before they settle down to a 1 gave their orders and heard the I force of men at work packing and

been held. The sheriff assured the Governor according lo newspaper report page, another upon sports; some go book. Gladstone was accustomed to |i in window turn to shout the (them cook through a small Truck shipping Mtrawb-rrie'l. The Hampton
: &
Berry Jrowers'
"that he would continue to keep such violations at a low ebb." straight to the market column, some absorb whole philosophies or epics in "Give me two eggs fried on onside making shipments of berries Assn.daily. t

to want ads others to society theaters the bustle of : and thre slices of I
Jt might be interesting to know what the sheriff a journey Rousseau crisp" broiled
means employed in breakfast Lake .
would take ? bacon, ordered the man Butler One car oft strawberries
and whatnot. For his own part, a volume to dinner with I '
q making his investigations ,Possibly it was the same kind of an investigation I I "I wo cackles slapped! in the face was shipped from this point last
the correspondent he observesthe him and as he put it, "devour alternately
says and three ,' 'k.
w The
squeals ( berries
howled the of excellent
a crisp
that Becker made into the gambling of Rosenthal are
operations Maybe the following order. First, the weath-I a morsel and a paragraph." waiter quality and fine flavor.YOUNG .

i Palm Beach sheriff sent the Bradley brothers word that he was coming and er and baseball then real !, But nowhere does the diversity of the "And yours madam" said th/e/ wrist\

f. ) to be on the lookout. This kind of thing ought not to go with Governor the editorial page and last of all the reading mind crop out so whimsicallyas i 1r,"I'd innocent like a of steak creating well any done sensation covered'

GI y Trammell. .,The Beach Club is notorious If gambling is too bad for New first page, where he skips, as far as over the day's newspaper --Pub. with onion," she replied ,I GROVE

York is bad for possible such unromantic things as lishers' Auxiliary. "One .steak cremated and suffocated I I
i it too Florida and it has been heralded to the world throughCollier's I -
dworces, crime and politics. again yelled the waiter. '
Weekly that the State licenses this HONESTY IS THE HKSI; POLICY "What
gambling would like !
resort. you to
This is bit of personal
an interesting __ asked the waiter. 1"1 I Quick Sale ata
I It may be suggested to Governor Trammell that in the failure of the revelation Indeed one's temperament The Times-Union has been cntitis The woman ordered a of cof I

( .sheriff to find the evidence he might be able to find a man who will conduct and oftentimes his business ed for insisting that the United States fee, with cream, two lumps cup of sugar '

t "" successful ; be surmised must settle her account with ('nlombiaequitably \ and, of course, wanted a The BargainTen
/ a more investigation The Governor has the power to remove I might pretty accurately ariel satisfy her weakerneighbor man wanted of spoon I
a coffee
the sheriff if he fails to perform his duty from his particular method in reading I for the wrong{ done by a cream cup without

I a newspaper.. It is a remarkable president who usurped authority Here is what
Now let's see what the Governor is going lo do with this I that the the waiter ordered: acres, one year old, choice varieties -
Q case thing that few people begin at the to make such settlement "Cup of mud, two chunks of bal- -
is all the more last, milk the Grapefruit and Oranges. Peach
1t O - sd1 first page and go consecutively to the because the imperatiV"1 Jersey and throw in apiece
between the
wrong was of scrap iron; draw another in citrus trees-thesa
last. Just where they do begin, to- neighbor
incapable of defiance or resistance I the dark." will pay for the grove in four years.
gether with what they pass over or We believe the people of, "[)id you ever see a Jew come in ?" Has had from of
the expert care clearing
.v WOODROW WILSON'S CABINET. peruse is, after a fashion an index to country will yet accept this view said a veteran waiter in another roe land
justice as fully she present time.I .
insists taurant, "go to side
a table
, their taste and habits of thought. that be done and whis-
t. Secretary of State-William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska. justice herself per that he wants pork chops ? This
If the plan of the average reader The Times-Union has been also
is what offer fourteen all:
we tell the
cook pre-
r' Secretary of : 'Forbld:Jen acres
i Treasury"': William G. McAdoo of New York. could be ascertained a long step would ed for insisting that we cannot afford fruit, out the light and chase pared and
put the for
ready planting grovesLake
s Secretary of War-Lindley M. Garrison of New Jersey have been taken toward determiningthat to repudiate a solemn obligation given rabbi I V",
i Attorney General-James C. to England which constituted a pledge At front with grove of large live ,
McReynolds of Tennessee. much mooted question "What is one the hearth resorts in the
to the oaks
Postmaster General civilized world and we now re- United States for building site. In plain r
I Albert S. Burleson
of Texas. persons in declining
) news ? Certain it is that news to joice to see that Joseph H. Choate health view of
a would
ask for Kissimmee. For sale by
' invalid
of dishes.
r Secretary Navy )
1'af '7 j t' -Josephut Daniels of North Carolina. one be to learned lawyer and trained diplomat
person may nonsense an- Accordingly an order of milk toast owner ,
Secretary of Interior-Franklin K. Lane of California. is as optimistic as we since
are he declares with
c other. This is an age of readers and a poached egg on top became m
Secretary of Agriculture-David F. Houston of Missouri. especially readers. : known to waiters as: "Graveyard
t 5 Secretary of Commerce William C. Redfield of New York. newspaper Where- The people will allow no congress stew; tombstone on top." i

'. 's Secretary of Labor William B. Wilson of Pennsylvania. in ever the you trolley turn car, on, in the railroad street coaches corner, dent ,to no break government'no the good faith presi-they taurants In the very"suicide"cheapest is the class waiter's of res- J. E Mattocks.

have pledged. There I
hotel I lobbies have been term for a small steak. -
or at breakfast, dinner
one hundred of KISSIMMEE: FLA.
.a'tf'-- years peace. In a Among other terms that may be ,
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,FRIDAY. MARCH ''7, 1913. '' \,,' ' ir'" \l ,


K1ss1M lEE VALLEY : > .
CAZETTR section In number \ 0 '
a 0y..r... The
. '
Telephone .
b10. .
11. pelt was mounted ,by William 'Lewis 'It't
Published'. -- Lang, the taxidermist, who did an ex. '. zr
Friday New '
"By ceptionally! fine Job with it. TJ New Onyx "' '
4 .S.,S. Griffin, one of Orlando's: hiding Corsets. I *
real . . Hosiery
OO"o.ooOtOto:!. .oo u. simmee estate dealers, was In' Kisi .- ,. f
i WedneldaY1" .

'We ther'Report 1|I 1... P. Broadfield, the genial( train( : For Spring '
,I I, master of the' Coast Line, is looking .
I after- business matters for his road .
: Following are the daily temperatures In Kissimmee today Lawns "
New ." New Dreasesin '
:X: and precipitation as j Mrs., George E. Macy went down to one-piece .
j.:; reported by the Government $ Kissimmee this morning, where she New Batistes f. Ginghams' J:>> ;Linens, a''
-- .:_tatioILaU..lmm..a..lor-tb.. -- wUl.YlsiUe1'.lrien ...Mra..Kochender. 'NEWLACE Piques .. ;
:t week ending' Mar. 1, 1918. for.-Reporter-Star. NeQFViiilu' I Ratines,' Voils Nets and .

I I1 J, E. Rush has purchased the Interest Linen Torchon from 5c yd. and
MAX HIM. *A1N of W, B. Makinson In the Kis- New Sheer Linen Lawns. up Silks. Ask to see these .: t4 I;
-1 Friday . . 85 69 simmee Furniture Co. and is now the -- .. -.. .
Saturday . . : 84 70 sole proprietor: l1-lt I i I'o-
-+- +-

+* Sunday.. . . '79 53 70.. Mrs Mary J. A,h, of Independence, . .....--- . SHADOW LACES ._ _.:= .. .. j 1 -'- . _.. __. ..
3!, Monday . . 76 48 Kansas is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. New lot of Cream.and .. --' ... .---
Tuesday., . ., 82 69 t A. S. Nelson and will remain several ' : ",
y weeks. Mrs Ash is old-friend and New Brown Linen Shadow Laces have a prominent place
Wednesday 74 59 19 f an very among:. White Cotton Corduroy j,
neighbor of the Nelson family.
k:;: Thursday 76 55 New White Linen the dress accessories for this season. We have
I am now the sole owner of the Kis- in all sizes wales ;
")O: .0 OOOOO
: -
friends simmee and Furniture the public Co., and generally invite my to New Linen of all an ample supply of ajl the newest creations "1]

.. call and inspect stock in the -+- .,
-.1111111111111111111111111iT" my new .
Makinson building. J. E. Rush. 11-lt the new shades and designs at popluar prices .

)4 LOCAL FIELD.H [). I I Kenneth Butler and family went -+- .. New things arriving daily '. r.i:, ,1.'
to Bradentown
Sunday to visit "
in order ,,
relatives. Kenneth returned Monday Come to see us

1 1 1 +I drI I I I}I night, but Mrs. Butler and the baby Nainsook.WIDE BAND LA CES. touch y :
will remain in Bradentown for a New yard-wide to .. . (
Strand wood $1.25 per strand. month.
I'rumpt, delivery within city limits. I Ask to see this; it's a Some good values. at 10 cents yd. with the new things I ;'
I Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf Having acquired the interest of W. ,
B. Makinson in the Kissimmee Furniture -
\'ew:-; bandeaux at Miss lxrj'. It Co., and greatly enlarged the special value _ :_ of the season 1'
stock, I am now in a position to sup t
If .you want to sell it, put an ad. in ply anything in the furniture line, a
tin. (Gazette "want" column. and at bargain prices. Don't fail to "One Price Only"AtKATZ'S
'see me before purchasing. J. E.
I otton crepe for dresses and under- ' I F. I It. Lawson. 11-lt Rush. ll-H New Sox forChildren KissimmeeFlorida '

Daniel Morrison, visitor %
an aged
H. Brokaw with Broth-
W. Griffing
from Franklin Furnace, N. J., died at \ I
the tree people. 40-tf ,
i St. Cloud Monday night and his remains 1a
ft were shipped north for inter-
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 ment on Wednesday. His nephew, ;
foi, your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 perM Senator Morrison of New Jersey, came i i
rand. 7-tf down Tuesday. night and was accompanied it. !Dr. Moore says the policy of the I FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. I Earl Kenyop, of Narcoossee, ,i i
White .silk thirls are "the thing"I. I to St. Cloud by A. S. Nelsonthe railroads is retarding the developmentof Apply to H. N. Bratton. lltf I in Kissimmee Thursday. The i !
same evening. the State; that the service should of the young man will be glad r
1 II 1.1 year. See them at K. II. Law- Miss Ruth White, of Cincinnati, is
be much better than it is and the know that his health under the
"? 11-lt I At at meeting of the Ladies' Aid freight rates should be much lower.In the guest of Mrs. II. Cly Stanford. ment of Dr. DeWitt Lightsey, the ;

I ,nil !line of men's shirts, underwear, a Society resolution the of Baptist thanks church was voted Monday Miss I short the railroads should cooper The Baptist ladies will hold a candy teopath, is improving.E. : :
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A. Wilson and A. L.
their produce to market, and in
efficient work she did in the recentpresentation I Saturday afternoon.
making travel in the State attractive. % of Franklin, Pa., are in
The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co., of "Mrs.I Wiggs." Miss having arrived Wednesday t
George M. Wright, of Lakeland,
"arson had charge/ of the music, It will be to the \ taking at the Park
pleasing news rooms hotel. \
I Fla., lend at 5 cent
.mipu money per spent several hours in Kissimmee
mil rest, payable in small monthly in- 'vas / responsible, for the sue- friends" of J. M. Willson, Jr., to learn I Wilson has an old friend in Kil Wednesday. While here he was a I
( ,illments Write for particulars. I lilt> css of the ('nt'r lamnH'1I1.. The sormty that he stood the trip to Baltimorewell guest of the. Grayston1.Week in the person of M. II. Porter, who II
realized a neat sum fiom, th<- and that his condition is growing entertaining them. They are ,
I In IL I. tinker Realty Co. recently I blase; receipts.Dr. steadily. .better. He is at the private I of prayer services have-been-, pleased. with' Kissimmee, and Mr. ::
I t th,- property. known us the :Muck )) It. I. Cater, of Perry. Cia.; sanitarium. .of Dr.! Howard Kelley, who i held at the Baptist church this week Mullen testifies. that he was II ;
' ,< i street fat 1m in the county, ..milI last here, and made has been his guest on hunting tripsto hy the ladies of the church, beginning to this place from/ reading the V lley
spent Sunday atop
the Ov'r"lrt.'llwllw) 'n tin1; 11\> Kissimmee several times.W. Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Gazette. i
I across the lake to Oliver's! I Island. I
of Fortuna, (C II. Funk has sold the Cohoon orange 1. Sears, suix-rintundent of public \ I
II. 1' Suhl and family and Mrs. P. 1 1) Outlaw, of St. Tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock
M', have arrivt-r in Kissimniw' unilc grove, eoiiMstiiig of :20 acres in instruction" returned Thursdayfrom ( Cloud, are spending several days in \ boys of the town, or as many of
around for locution. :Mr. gio\e and :'!O 'acres I Like front property attendance' the annual convention 11)i
their Mrs. will
c loogmg u upon this city visiting daughters, as accept the invitation, will
'Ihl has been receiving the Valleyi.i.ette located on EaRl Luke to )Dr. II. of the National Education Jno.' M. Lee and Mrs. Ira Bass. I.,I for an all day hike into the ?
I : and learned of the advani.iKfB H-Funk, of Beverly Ohio. This is Association, held in Philadelphia., On under the leadership of E. C. 11)e I.I I.
) of this section through its col- one of the finest giine properties in his way back\ he stopped at Washington Rev. II. T. Gaines, former pastor at who is here with Dr. J. T. Moore ;
nuts He has I bought a farm on the the ('ounl)'. It is )Dr.) Funk's Lntentioit to witness the inaugural ceremonies. -| the Methodist church at this place, sisting with the meetings that I ;
!1'iiiirie.I' i, to spend, his winters on his grove i hut now of Sanford, was in the city being held at the Christian
for the present, and later to make his I this week greeting his many old This is not a Boy Scout
of home there. Mrs. C. A Carson has returned
I A I' Montague president pet i friends. though it is in line with the kind
ftilumhia. College, will preach Sun- from Jacksonville, where she went to I ,
iln" morning and evening at the Bap- Dr .1.. T. :Moore 'is conducting a be with her son, Attorney James Car- \ The ladies' missionary society of the recreation the provided for its "
t ti, i church. Ur.fonlalu") : hast series of meetings at the Christian son, through an illness which occasioned I Methodist church will give a talent by Boy Scouts. Mr. Cassity
interested in )
t, car-hod in Kissiuimee before, and then church this week, Ix-ing assisted by an operation for gall stones. i tea at the home of Mrs. W. L. Winn Boys, and he wants 11)A
n .- announcement of his coming is :Mr. K. C. Cassity, who has charge of Friends will be glad to learn that he this afternoon at three o'clock. A help them to have a fine day
.iflicient' 'to draw a large congregation the music )lr) Moore is a speakerand is much improved and on the road to cordial invitation is extended to all !
F. N. of
lie I Pettigrew, Wisconsin,
lie is a gifted and effective/ writer of unusual gifts. is at recovery. to be present. is
spending the winter in
,, the head of the mission work for the I
piaktr.A Christian> church in Florida, but aside The young ladies and young gen- \ Mrs. A. S. Yearn, who, with her made a pleasure trip the past
black bear skin, handsomely from! his church work he is otherwise tlemen will entertain at the Chapter husband, spent last winter in Kissimmee going to Sanford by rail and
mounted, is being displayed in the interested in the State. lie owns a (House Tuesday evening, under the is in the city again y for a few that city up the St. Johns River
window of the Dutton-Harris Shoe twenty acre orange grove at Eustis, auspices of the A. W. L. A splendid days' stay. Mr. and Mrs. Ilearn are launch to Palatka.
('0 The bear was killed a few miles and believes that Florida is going to program has been arranged, and a wintering in Jacksonville this winter '
from Kissimmee, and is said to have be the greatest State in the Union, large crowd is expected. Everybody where the former is engaged in a job
)bee.1\. the largest bear killed in this "the Italy of America," as he terms invited. Admission ten cents. office. (LOCAL OVERFLOW ON PAGE '

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BEAUTIFUL Residential Addition adjoining and of the Psi: }
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lake; harborage for smairboats in canal; it has excellent drainage and its loca- ;

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tial section in Kissimmee. SIZE OF LOTS 50x147 1-2 FEET. PRICES: $125.00 TO 1 (

2 $175.00; corners 25 per cent. increase. Terms arranged. \ :

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wear English style shoes. They are worn in all large cities, j '.
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/ We have them in high top Oxfords and l Pumps in Black and ,' Company ,o r
Tan both Blucher and Button also straight lace. i We sell field and garden seeds of '
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- FRIDAY MARCH 7i; 191'3 "' .


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GREAT NEED FOR FARMHANDS alt i on' among.the journals of the '
South!'' May their"shadows never

grow least '' 'J the West and' Northwest t "ti
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II I' What ,_" ,WHITTIERD OUR HALL OF FAME.. VA .. .(: ,t

a is MANY ACHES WILL LIE IDLE raw Of ,us a plan-long good architect, DIXIE LIMITED---DIXIE FLYER '

__ a building and wide,' .
Builded so large and so .plum perfect:; A N.'D
*. 'Twill room for us all provide. ..

Your BrandJ BECAUSEIT. IS IMPOSSIBLE TO Let wires/ from the ends of tho earth SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED .. '. :

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-._ I .GET WORKERS TO CULTIVATENEOrT1I there meet, ----. ----, --------- -.--- -,- -- -- -:----urS:60 ------- ,;'',

And a moving picture play : pm-Lv. Tampa ...... 10-25: amilOSC: am _.aW...-_-..--_.... 'A. a uiL ". '
MOST-FEITI: ( LE- Fl ane-TwrthtrBheet-the-close-secret Wfl-.Pm,,:. 'lakeland 11:38: am'111.18 am ..___.._.____...... A." .,...,: ''. ,,
v. 7LieelmmFS"_=7OT'pmrl: ' SECTIONS OF TilE STATE And the truth of our wrong convey 12:Bl am-Lv. Orlando ___;.__ ]:d6 pm 1-85' pm ....... _____ A. C.. 4 :..: '
Let public men for their share 1:81 am-Lv. San ford ...___ 1:40: pm !I 1.40: pm ____..._..___..._._ A a i* r
YOU take a: certain inLet come 6.45 am-Ar..lagk.onvtlle: \ __ 6i40 pm I 6.40: pm ____________.__ A C. L.
,March first is a memorable day in I Dixie .. y
crushed down truth men know, Dixie South Atlantis \ ; ,
pride in shipping the domicile of Drawdydon: the PatH And our fake and sin and make Limited Flyer Umlted W )
arch was born on that day, conse- pretend 9:85: am Lv. Jack'nvllle A.C.L8:2tlpm: 8:16pm Lv. Jacksonville .....A. C L. ,... ,
A fruit tinder your own quentlyhis- 1140am5.11pm: Ar Waycross A.C.I* 10:JSpm 10:20pm Lv Waycross: ,......A. a'1. ;;,
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birthday had tobe -cele All 'Play-in-thepublic show. Ar Macon O & F16am 3:4dam Ar Macon ......_.0. s. & F, ',
brand. brated. An aged widower can see 08pm: Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. 7:26am: j 47pm Ar Atlanta ._.___..C. of Oa. _,, _- __ _
You are care-, i well enough to note a pretty girl While the grafts and grinds .of oppressed 12:18am Ar Ch'tan'ga W.&A. 11:56am 12:19pm Ar Knoxville _.._____L N. +t
when she passes, and hear well mankind 4:50am Ar Nashville N C. 3:16pm: Ar Corbln ____..____L. A N. a
ful to see that the fruit i to distinguish a dinner call from enough a Pause still for our gaze and glare, & St L..--4:,;.?)pm .00pm: Ar Louisville ________L A N. '

,: I cow bell.Death. And our eyes behold how the plans fiOpm. Ar. St Louie I. C. 1 60pm Ar Indianapolis ____Pa. Lines
runs up to a certain are told L. & N______7:20am --
has again 'visited our neigh- To reward from the trials bear. ', A'55pm Ar Lexington ______U A; N.' '
standard of size' borhood and removed another devoted we Ar llopklns\'llle. L., 8 SOpin Ar ClnclnnatL A N. ;
and servant of God, Mrs. Martha Padgett Let the man who plays and the & N._________.6:6f>pm t '
wife 28am: Ar. EVRn vllle. L&N 43pm: 5 20nm Kalamaxoo _____.0. n A I. .-
quality. We take ::1:1t of Elmore who 4
the same pride in the Padgett and daughterof pays 1 :10pm Ar Terre haute C 6 50am rand Rapid ___.0. n. A L ''
J : J.P. Tumbhn Her life had been Worth take from the test applied, & 12. I. --____06am: r
I production} ofBRADLEY'S :1:1I j spent among: our people and from And condemn or praise what the show I 7:02pm: Ar. Chicago, C.&JS. I. 664am: ,I 7 ICnm Ar Cleveland ------..Bis; 4Olxle / :r-,,
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I early girlhood she was loved and poi trays I
respected 1
LsiltedUIIIL< KKIICH: South Atlantic Wwlledlid '
I by all who knew her, and her Of the neighbor by his side. i I So train composed of Solid train f't

i FERTILIZERS. departure from this life leaves aspace Let the men: whose toil in the world's composite car, section r y 1 n g electrli carSoUd' train composed or Pullman electric a
Khtcd drawing-room --
in the community which cannot turmoil drawing-room sleeping ; ''
f be filled. She was intellectua!, I cars, observation com lighted compartment ! Bleeping cars and coaches, between t
Digs from the
soil his wage partment car and dining observation. '
having on two occasions taken the ; ; Jacksonville and Cincinnati, andtHcTuhfed ,
Understand how ea between Jackson '
I, No business man will put his name 0 place of teachers in our schools, ever loyal royal and true and vlsection llre Chicago and sScI JncksonMlle. Louisville and Indian- ,
ready to accommodate a worthy ob the I drawing-room tlon I drawing apolls: through sleeping car be- I"
\ I,; on a poor article any more than he will jest t or assist ill any thing that was I I Are ones who his tn i>t'cngage.I sleeping Jacksonville/ car and between St'roo First m class sleepers conch also loran Pullman Jacksonville sleeping and car Cleveland between; '

to the (good and welfare of the community Count the votes of men by some pub Louis, Also section.. and smoking; Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on I ; ..
j'i on a poor check. The Bradley name I Her death is deplored and I lic plan, drawing-room; sleeping; car "Dining car, AN'.'dn.. d8)'., Frldaya'and' Sundays j 1 Ii
the sincere and heartfelt I I,**'each know the other's mind, :ar Between Palm Beach serves all meals of each week n oar servlc '
sympathiesof and Chicago I In In carte between .. taD Cincinnati.For I J:
; means quality and has Yet each forbear
stood the
for that community is extended a to revenge or swear i .
I bereaved husband and Youth O'er the breach of the faith they ; .
for reservations or other Information communicate with your Tick.ea
{ thirty years. The Bradley goods are : and old age all have to bow to the find. Agent, A. W. I'TUTOT, Division Passenger Agent. Jacksonville, Fla., .;t
inevitable, and while of or J. U. KIRKLAND. Dltlslon Passenger Agent Tampa, Fla. 8tf I:
i. for sale but the Bradley I signs decay Then each man go to the public: show, / iV '
name cannot be be discovered
may in the lack of
I activity And sit while the reel runs by, V 4 IJ
bought.Write l i both mentally and physically, That he-there may see what the reason V __ ._ ____ r
I the
among the grim reaper is. no beThat
respecter and takes. young or old, as ,_ t! '
our conflicts und 'lie. ,
I us today for booklet mailed free. 1 the fates dictate. Draw \ .d4. }.
fj Crop prospects are rendered us a 'plan, good architect,
i what off for some- For a hu.1 for our name and fame, Merrill-StevensCompany : i
early production by the 1
So child &j
a might slant look :
!! losing out of 1 and on '
i The American Agricultural Chemical Co., I February and the ushering offhand
a of
I Marsh
,.. Jacksonville Sale Department, 11' I uiicl disagreeable) which! weather include boisterous con' And the evils? place and blame.A. Have a State wide reputation for thc quantity and quality ii {; i

P. O. Box 216 Jacksonville Florida. j ditions Corn that is above the N. HOWELL of work done. Expert Mechanics !sent, out. General Black- Tt' .,

,......... (JJ. I giouml is in danger of being dwarfed Kissimmee. TlaKING l J
:-"if: :T.u.. L! -" -' and other I smithing and Repairing I Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding. '
'= ='" WI I early crops injured The -
I 01 inge- crop still remains on the trees, I THE CURFEWHissinimee V/hiteOak Mahcg:ny. Cypress and other Hardwoods always in II r '
"!fur i at least that portion which has rot -
I stock General Machine work. Boat Construction and Re- ;

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I \ IH'<'n consumed or fallen off most certainly I needs I a pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence solicited. .rS '5
(Oir merchants are actively t'nKal- a curfew ordinance for the good of : ..

\ "spring(1 in making trade. preparations Th school, for the 11 her boys as well as for the comfort. I ':00 to 654 East Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla. f 1Jj ;

appears of their Idcis I i
still in the progiessi\e> older, the at- I ..
Fertilize Your \ le-ndance keeping up to a very fair In all communities there are more 7-4t pd 'f, ...:'V .I

standard 01 list !toys with vicious tendencies, --- Y ,
I lU'iticAT, : 'nold 'is soon to commence whose pleasure it sems is to destroypl'9Pl'rty t ,

Trees co\\-pc'iinmg and the others will soon ; committing petty depredations - ijI
i follow Ins. example, The cattle have I
Y made a favorable'' showing, ha\mg which>1 rough the force of habit, I

I' passed, the winter in fair ( in time grow into more serious off I
'I lie mild has caused the 'I (ncc sWhen. THE H. G. SIEVER '
winter spring growth to start early : We have not heard the whistle of _..
Don't delay fertilizing. Favorite Fruiter Manure will give re- the locomotive, but reports from the boys of good intentions are "
allowed to associate with the
tults and will not produce die-back. : road indicate that it is not many. miles rougher 1 1d
distant. class of youths, they are more than REALTY COMPANY

,,4. y Our Democratic rooster is in the apt to fall into pernicious habits. : i
, height of his glory he is I It was through the force of example .I
; making big
'Your Truck Garden Cropsneed calculations on the approaching 4th 1( that We caused Adam to eat the apple ': Prairie Land, Orange Groves, '!High Hammock liand. "
glory in our boy's manly !
and intends to crow just as loudly for sports Timber Lands. Lands all Price and Term
I and .seeing our boys enjoying them- at on Easy :
fertilizer that is quickly available and rich in plant food. j he Woodrow Wilson. on that day as i if s-lvcs, but playing; tag around the -

Dur special crop formulas are made to give big results quickly. witness were to present the inauguration at Washington/ as a I streets as late as 10:16 p. m., running '
Hunters' across flower plots to their detrimentis I 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, wilQexch.nge half value ri
Paradise still
is the
WRITE FOR BOOKLETJ. scene more than annoying to their elders, [ for other real '
of active operations. The belle of estate -:- -:- -: -:- 1
Whittier more especially these elders who have ,
is there and the beaux
M. LEE, Afent. out in force and our private opinion I sickness rendezvous in their dwellings.The of these .boys between i 50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for half value ''-'Ii';'
publicly expressed is that ere many Broadway and Orlando avenue-, for other real estate, balance easy payment -:- d/\'[

'. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY moons something of a startling na and Verona and Emmett streets. ,1 i,
ture will be accomplished. The dears '
It is but S
manly in
'i JACKSONVILLE. PL.ORIPA : are not very neither well watchful attended nor on account timid and of youngsters to be smoking cigarettes, ; KISSIMMEEFLORIDA, J

which habit will not fail to undermine I
captures are certain. ,
their, health and
them look
cause to
.1 r : wind A fish and fry the Those lake who Saturday was like decrepit monkeys.No .

.1r apparently well satisfied attendedwere h mother, if it is not your golden .
locked darling it is some other mother's '
the fish
were not inclmeoLto :
Y raven haired cherub, who needs tit 1 1The
j appreciate the lines that'. ere ,sent to be under
watchful eyes after night, DGENCY"

i I I to boat Will built Drawdy) for has his recently own \use had; it a new was I a therefore curfew: your ordinance.if offspring you mothers, there can should not restrain be- DOZIER [EITNER'S IjiSDRHNGE

SPRING CITRUS BOOK I launched on Saturday.Our I* We realize that "boys will be boys," Oldest and Largest Insurance Agency: in Osceola County: 1
base ball
club will hardly b .
I lime for the Southern Sin but if they retire early they are more FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH ;i..,. '
rntltlod season league ,apt to; grow up into stalwart, hardy r...C>NtI: ,.a V4
I i men than if they are allowed to '-
I roam ,
Full Crop Half Drops Our saw mills are both working on ;;- ;
i> i the streets at unseemly hours 1i' L
full time. and it is supposed that in I' v,
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Which ? the no distant future a number of : SCRIBE. r
'I buildings will be erected C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. .:
This booklet gives the reason for spring fertilizing, description of Cane grinding is about over.. Bean ii i

formulas to be used, the amount, time, and I mode of application Sent ing Drawdy) between was the three last and to finish four up hundred, mak-I ,, 1 I'm Whatever thankful for things as they are, The Waters & Carson

on request. gallons. they happen to be; L L ;
They might be better by far, ,
made the banner I The trouble in this
IDEAL methods have
groves. I of country is alack I But somehow, they look good to me. ,
farm hands.
good Connectedwith
I've as much cause to kick, I suppose,
SEED IRISH POTATOESChoice the Drawdy plantation is some As anyone has. but I won't Grocery Company ''1
Selected Stock I fine farm land which has to lie out I Besides, I'm believing with those !!1.3 '

Write for Prices because there is no pne to work it Who believe they're well off if they .
I The Patriarch has tried faithfully to don't.I've '

Let us send you O'IOOk letr Irish Potatoes and Florida Vegetables employ laboring men, offering good I I ,a home and I'm not sick a-bed; .... Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES ."," rt ;, i I'.

I farming wages and as good substan- | I still have some funds tq disburse; .,'
tial board as the county can afford, i i ]I I'm not
going to head
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILISER CO. but those Florida crackers that will I ]I| I'm thankful things worry aren't my worse.; [.
work have places of their and "
Manufacturer of own, ]]I'm thankful for whatever good
I 'those that do not have homes would !
IDEAL FERTILIZERS I rather be idle than work on the farm Is small mine, though the lump may be ,,

JACKSONVILLE FLA. I An people honest would, industrious create a paradise, hard working in our ; ;I'd I I'm make thankful it much more if I could; { ? : 0 ? ? ? ? ? ? i040 ? ? a + + + + ++ + .... ..... I
I thankful.
just That'sI
midst. 4 ? 0 0
Log .1 l Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I Our postoffice situation remains unchanged I .}: \vi SELL; *: WE BUY: 0 a 1

I and our opinion is that no James Bartlett Hammond *: HAY, + 4 I
-- --- I change will be made until after. the \ typewriter .0) < HIDES, 0
-- manufacturer left in' his
< 0 k
of March. f 0
j i$2,000,000 to the i
I Hurrah for Frank Clark! Nearly I of Metropolitan Museum *; FURS, 4
+ Arts That institution, in .
-- three million dollars worth of goods <: FERTILIZERS, 0 4- '
i the last several has ; y
." i " I I for the South, the courageous alii.I I ]more than $13,000,000RIGHT years. received 0 < WOOL. ? '
Hide he has assumed toward ("V SHINGLES, < .
C. A. CARSON J. A CKANFOlin, 8 I I.. LUPFER ,I our coun i .
President' ty honors: the man, northern claims : > 4. 45 t''
1'mddrnt ScYntary I have alway received recognition! i it.I ..cORANGE BOXES, <0> AND 0 V V t

I Congress: ,, and in the South year af'cr ABOUT it
j year her vote has been cast with the FACE ORANGE WRAPS, ALL 0 1

I Iq I Democracy and, this gives her an undisputable -> ', 0
( KISSIfflMEE LUMBER CO. I right! to be rwogmred in l II | ---
the presentation of her claims, Not 0 0 +
''a state has faltered, let result) ; he as I IT CANNOT POSSIBLY STAY WITH <. CRATE NAILS, 0). 0 PRODUCE. 0 a

I they might, the solid South! has Kjp- I YOU 4 0 0 \

ported the Democratic. party, ah i such I I 40444 4404040 000000000 000400000 ,

Rough and Dressed <. I fidelity should and we are sali:fiVd 1 i i Just turn right around and fare the .- i t
that it will be retarded. Had it not music-because rheumatism cannot '
been for the glorious' South the Democratic I! possibly stay with you If you take I We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. i
banner would long since have Taylors Best Blood Medicine It We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partfoa. ,ac/; !I
PINE LUMBER been trampled in the dust and their I simply the dissolves blood the uric the add ginger and Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. .
makes pure puts
party never could have succeeded had Into your system and makes you feel We are county agents. for good f ertilizers. Ask us for circulars and
it not been for their undying allegiance j. all right. prices! on fertilizers. ,:

to the cause the triumph of the You can work like a buxx-saw. after it t
Democratic party is a triumph. for taking; Taylor' Best Blood Medicine M
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY the South and the satisfaction of I for,awh-lle your Joints will be limbered
southern claims up and that stiffness win disappear J
J honorably ,
due from
Come to our store to-day and get .
t the goyernment is only a fair, just I a bottle and take It. You cap get DANCING V
i and legal reward fur their ;
services: your money back If you are not Satisfied
Gov. Cobb appears still among the that It has helped you. I
lost brethren, no news from his section Price $1 00 the bottle.

'or quick and results- "
returns best HALL ;
Hurrah for the Your own druggist recommend. andgltJlrantt'ea
trio to whom the 1
: in the ,Gazette Taylor's Best Blood Medl-
Use the Columns
"Want" r
Valley Gazette owes its present po I clnes, ask him about it. 11111111111111111I111111111111111111111111111I111111 f_ '


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--- ---;-- ., such I if1. AGNE'W, Kl slmm.., & P L. HYATT <
stocKS or ho obligations of any A VAS ..J.8'0 D. 11
KOR I.KT- ..__. .
'.' IIIItLIpuI44IulIuITIIl I. I I j I I I I. v.,.... FOI "III ITH I'nn"ut'Y. :O'C' Of A""L.OATIOI corporation. And while the owner ot 1, IN) WITNESS WHBRHJOlf-- tho, said Physician and]
,nt TIOV INCOHI'O.RATION. other ob
1:1 I'ATKNT AfiU bonds or '
.TI such itooks. ,
) have hereunto set their
of the al rlKiua.I subscribers ,
The City ISii-cutlvo Cummlttuo exercise all the Surren' .1
I Whila 111 an'e Party li) tlio city of Kl 2w"rs tnl privilege of owne hands and seals this Tenth day of Phones ..
NUWAY PRSSING( CLUB call and for . lOlL
nltnmeo' lion-by of White Man's provide Primary NOTlOIfl IB hoW fflven that the t..r.or. and to excrclso any 'r w.. WI'OHO (Seal) Office, 197 KisstfnmeoRes.
hoMlnw a liiuli-l. !lined will apply to tho .AT
.. !h.. In or KIs- .trnt'7nrhmSinVr *
l l.- to hold tln city corpora- 248
-clloii -
tho 10th any .
and TAILOR 'SHOP ', 1 Hlinniep In comnlliuici.) with thi. I 1.,11)>'B .if th.?March.State. of t). FlorIda I11 2. for, on'tters. Patent.lnioij .0 w.HOB' ( bonds or other obll- P A. VANS AON 1CW ( Seal) Ford
of tin) Pialinf l-'lorlda. Bald prtmarv' SOUrillfirtN lon i T.. Acid or are In any manner HTATK OK FIXJHIDA.
', to bo held during the hours llxcd b)' law >.rullnr tlio "U1'I.l'l\ guaranteed bv tho corpo.allon. and to COUNTY Ole 'ICIOLA: 88
FmE'1'AILOHIN- for tho lioldlnir of elections, on Saturday Cl i II'' unc"r Articles "l"cO"I'O- oilier actS or thinKs for thepr'MI'Ivflt BID IT : before me IVERS M. D
r March Mil. lOt:!. for I the nomlnatlon 1)1151.11( " ald has been Illcd do any toll. protoctlon, Impiovenn-nt the undersigned Notary Public In and T.M. ?
AND REPAIRING:: candidate for city vlectlvo of- 1'III"n.I I 11 iop> tho Uucrctaiy of Stalls e'iiiiui.ii'eIiletlt! of the .vUlua of any for, the State of Florida 'County of Os-
OF ALL KINDS )ll<-'.. lo 1)0otcd for at the fciK'tal I' ofnVo HUitivwr or such stuck, honds or other obligations, e"oll. personally appoWed W, 13. Crawford PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
city election (u Ira ht.Id .In said Cltv/ ofKIsnlniiiK of 11'1ldl. nets or tlilnws, designed 1'at Johnston and 1*. A. Vans Asimxx .
" ..:-'. :r.._ \V. 11. or to fIll) Offlce Osceola
;;; "' :" '= = Match 29th over Pharnr&cyI
!! on Saturday PAT" JOHNS I I'ON for" lillY until tiuiptisiTo to me well known and known to me

T-----Work- CalU-cl For and Delivered,: .a.JI-UI.--__""Se4.pflhI'____I'rInnr_._. _____- --.-_.- P. A. VANS_A!1 1NJW} ::.__ -! gUlIl'ltliIOO< I Ihe lerfos'.nano ntucka. bonds by scribed to ho thu their Individuals names 'to In the and foregoing who subi 11 ONICS': I Residence 63

PHONE 61 I'rovld.-d.: that a nerond liflninrvw .\ hIlt I.":' or'i'' ::('oiti-ouAiioM A J"o.'on -",if.Iornt"nIHI"hl'"r' .Indebtedness proposed Charter and ACKNOWLISLHJKL r Ola 18W.L
IHTI IKTI Maary under the- proIslons I this or in > that they executed thu for
(; Khali ill-Ill hx) corporation same
I I FRANK DUkE, Proprietor i iI 1 nf aald .lawn. BTiall\ ,I h. held un Satur- 1 1"1'11 which this coiporatlon shnll ho 'In any the purposes therein expressed WINN -
.Iay. rill rs 19IS to (' iooM" 1..lwe'IIIlh. .( .
manni l xvhate\4 Interested. of any WITNESS my hand and ofllclal seal
_I I I I iiii I i t HI I I M I tit I .. liluh.'Ht" aiuldaiB) s win tc. nomlna- i SU "I"I I > 111 III'I'IK! COMIktM: aild I I (-otitincls. or obligations I whatnot at KIsBlmmee 'In the County and Stato

r I inajiirll/ Mill In tha flint primar) . >
I mid ,, infill of anv whatsoeverIn A. li. 1913.
Johnston V"SII"w.
"Put nun
ami, at tin sc-cond primal.elec I i .
I lluii I tion ".nlBU.II) electors! un win. 'luau I h." .B80c.I.. I 11l lllMll"I'I I I i.oiiiii.ctlon wit), tlio contracts or M. W. SAROENT (Sea 2nd Floor WU180
I of cithfi' uI,I I gal 1(1115 of anv Notary Public Stale at l -
,II I. ,il I .id ''UI.t ut tin IlrHl "1'111111'-. fin I hi' pun" IH.II/ of .COI'I.orllol > RBBIIIHNO PHONB *UOrricK
tlon Hliall I b.. .i..i.tuItt .1 In vntitunllllenll . (l'll.1 i ,"c. i II, lass s 5111. I xx IIOHIHtoikH. hon.t or o. .vldencts (R..11 of Notary My commission cxPululle ProNe II 7J .
<,>nii. nf I 11"11.i of Ind. bti'( n. held by this oorpo ) plitaTubv. I 7tIi. I II. FL

C.W.GRIFFINStaple 1 Iios.) . Illll. I lllll\ thlltl. plISIIIIM I Jllllllii \1'1 I.I I.: I. 1t.1 01, In uhlch tills corporalol 8-4 .
\ .. shallIb. 1 i Ill 'MIX. manni " -- -- --- --- - -- J IR DEWITT T. UGHTSEYOSTEOPATH1C
I p."i' l I.. \oti. at. in, P.II' Hi $l"itiin | 1)I )h. minx .r I toiponitliin' II
I I 11n inn n,,i ,K.'mi nl nf. HH M ,pi,,111I I ,u v SMI l "i' 111 l'IN: : 1''I'II.I1II.H; ttl'l II.'IIH I' \N \ I .t %IEI'It.I>: oi' A"i"i' t<'nil-. *'I'.

'. : and FancyGROCERIES .1.I i ""/lB', w 'li" 'an I ivhili) .1. tIM.' w IinHull pi' I In.. .1 "rl11t,. .11"'" of I t4lllIi- I 'h( ,' 1""ln""H ot .purpose. of Ihe cor- In (''UD'J Court, Oneeoln < .. iin<> Klttr- PHYSICIAN
.10.1.I I i' adhii.n.I I I.'. tin j plinmil i' II. SM Hhnll. 11. Nlssiniiiitc.i |ioi..II.n f"ol" tinn to time to do II. llouckm.. 4hi. cia 'Ii'Cai.e.
i1,1'1 h, .. I ,.i' t. ,( IIlzall"/I" ,,tth" \\' lill.M.nih . I I i '',inn x ... 4I''HI i .11 In t 1110 blute of I 1.1., .moin. ,01 niot.' of tin nets and 'l Owen MiCahc. l Pi nnd to Residence Phone 274
I i i putt t I in I Hi I iin' nf 1!KlxHlnini.i i 1.1., .md, I II .1"1 ills' poxvtr lo ''stab- l hnikH I 11l'l', In HI I fin'Ih. mid 11 may con- All Persons f-n.lali.In thv Above Office Phone 98
In:: .u.. l btin I .,I liw ,1.1 tin ilt"f; KlII ] | | .1 ml aisiiuliB within tlu.t HH biiHiinBH( in otlur states and Hritltltd I 111..sI..t
CII of l 1.41
;: 1'\111" I.I W I 111 oI.j I \\ Iii )h'l\ nil. .1,1" i l ' I 1 I -t 1.11. ol, I 11.,1,11, I I.' 'in I th.. t."it I illlrtl's antl In fortlKti coun- U doscitlnd. Al\ I thtf -intlHereinafter I Roms 3 and 4

.it l I.. f I.. i 4 I I.'..I.I I "ll I \ Slli t I 'III) :I J.I lid, Ih.I 11IM o I.I.: 1.I I I'h iiiis I .mil' 1 mix' 'haxi. one tifllcn or more State Bank Bld'ff
'. .1 II I la" s, 111", M .1 IK I I 1VHI l I I and I IH.1 'Il" Ill> 'h'. .bu-'ini I Ih..I' oin. ofllct wllhin and without You will (tak ,. nol, ,. that nn 'the 4th I Kissimmee, Flat.J .
.il '" :
.,10"I 4 lit i 4 '-"H.I" i up I to ,anil. I /lolud.I I 'T" i I bx_ tin -la 11' of. 1 l"lorIda. and mav hold .dav of Pchiuarv suit was In-
MIL.' : mil. ; th 1'1'' 1 : .nd who. ,.1.! .duIII .1, 1.111,114.' -', Mt.l.I 1.1 .alI I 11111 I tKARi. and 1 ..onv'y teal 111'IIH.t I uKalntM I I ) .Ill. owin Mtt.ihc.. In !

:: Free Delivery to all Parts I ) 111-*, ) \ s ,I... ;I'M'.'' I I.\ II,. n ''till "f g ( '.."...1 n., \ I- .i- I 1.1"ll sss'I. ".'". . .m.l pirnonil h1"1( 'piopirtx' '. iltlni,. In or out I 1" t'lunlCOlII of ("C..I. CountyI . J 1)1 B. D. WIENENGA \)
| I 1.115, I. .nM..uclI.
Mill."I pi l \llll 111, I ll I "III l ?11 .. .1101"It. r.'r" Ihli ) .1'p" 551111114, "( | ol tin. Statt' ..f I 'Id.i. 1 hI I atlaehmint' bv II Kllnlli 'J
of the City: i" "mini'. . ii ..10.) 4. nl, .1,it? Ilii. ,,'nmlni, city I I.i Is n,,.,,,,1.nn, .11, np iitlnii i 1.1. piiilflcallon. Without In any 1.10111" llmltliiKmx 'Ix and that a wilt of IlttulcIlnlerltI1III'd .VETERINARIAN

"i I. t tlnn. f llni-i i I'i I Hi. u. n' iul t mains plpis, I I ol Ih.. obj.,ttB IIl'111111, pow of the1'ilI l'i'bi uarv 2nd. I 191: 13. wan isisIIl'lJis '
.... of < nnillilnO. n"I l '.1.t 'I i .l'I, f..l" 'I .. II .rl( tf I tI h.. C.lirt. STOCK TREATED
.tll..IIII"II" and ne- at' ion. It IM In'ri bv 'xpr"H"ly! d.- C"III" 111. FOR
'I lh.) ." "I." ) < *,..I\, HioHi. .pi. rnuns tOiil! ...nounM.. i 1 III M. iintiiH. al 11 1 i I.11.eli! .1 ind, pi ox Idi d that th.i coYpciratlon Ill ,I' M.I .t 5.11(1 '"ul'l. 11 F. "rllr ALL DISEASES
at IIH 11 'II |II
'.., I I.. j I'" i ii,, 4 itt I I .1 l I i.. I.. i. .ini candldalis I for , .14.i" \ .r |I"i ip.! I i I p pal i lo IHSII.. bonds 2i.l. 11113. ali ul.I'r a'HI' h) , ,. "
4 .in"4. si.i I I.. \ ..1..1 t f"i. I In 1 ild l'i' I niiai I \ I 11.nn . ,' . dl Ibullon' m"l'ht inur-' l mil ...hal ol h.1.llu I it I"w'r Ions In .. HIIII, ,.I lIt .1.I..hl..11 I I hn, .' l's lId [tay 1.1.2M .
( ( IIIIl4i 1 I. ,.in I ,/I MI.,, |"I..1 ..IK. til ",N. I h. m' I''' ii.I if II. name .Inr |I III .payn"11 lllIlll 'I'' "(11' I" 1.1.\1"", d.1"1'1 .. =Ulh II0n i IllS OHLANDO.
: I n ,IIIL.? : t t.. >lt.l.l.l In I tin.. t Null% I ( i,41 I h.lid I I n I |I"mo,I' nnd,. 1..1,mx otboi. us ID Ahuh ol 4ol' IllS piinbaHed' ll$1l't$' In ot or '. ' (bunln \ It.- ; 1.1 a. I'I Ill I. .,I." la"I."llal. I : JuDR.

i i '"11'" v 1 I. ti.' us, .,m.l,, "111'1.1| | l t tb, in>..11I- .i. l IM l'l'i '1118'iv bipplltd "holl . I h ig a.1, hll'lIIS In II"' ( "UI'' )
I" 4 M I Hi I,, l 4 .4 I IS li ,, .u. 'llI.I'II.d| I I 1 nn 1 ,, I Ii >II .I .. 'Ini,\ ..,.,11'| ,'. Last 1 1"1." t l'.I'ltI'J.I. HH I. inotlKaLTi( or. pi..dut anxHtotk i '" .I" .1.1 1tl.' .f FIl.. ... loss I ) J. W. SIMPSONDENTIST.
i' J. G. HOWARD ... .' ,d. .mil nnd I npiintt; I,svx J *. bnntlH *ir otlnt) obllLratltins or .
i p h,. i 1.1\\1. .I Hi t >-\.1'I .r I Ini 1 in.nil 4 I .1 un I l'I'U1'I I a".1 4 Hlu'k II. I.' II" .
4 I'"II 4,.I f Ivl: I I II II,"II,,'' t .. I I. ..I 01 I .MlI I I" .41. i l p'xv; i s 11.1(115. p" .ll .l iu.'I proptilxxhlch, viax' b. at'- I"'M 11111111 of t'. .11111 I..IH .r \\ Ill
.ill Mull suliwaNH' for ( II.- pioducli I | "'. d I 'bx it 10 HI'Clll." IIIIX boilllH Oloth. "' BII"tl .
M.,II'.I.ll S I I. .' M 1 III" I -ll ii.nluitB! md 1""I"1.I SI', I.l-S al fll'.I..1 I .
) I i"I'I '' ,ill .r, u, iti, . ,in, lit I . Hi),. ilf. I II I ..11 -n |111 i Ix .1111..11.1! and '' of I l tdiim' .itloilH bx It IxHind 01, In- i 5. 1 12. 11----: : : 1 "\ II 2.
and Painftr . .. 1101 I ,,,1.1 I i i I' and, l'tICl'. II I lo KtiaiiHit.i dlvld.. II.H or I1* Upstairs In
: Paper Hanger I I", I ih 1 n' I l IS. it i- I II ill I ,n' Iin l"hl 1..1 pow I /I\ Hank. 2'1: I I'Ini: ria.ln.nil H. iltm,: Kali Hiiiltllnif.OKFICK .
, ,, "U. I , MM. I III.). ,)11441.Sl.I ,m" ..tlt'u i us. \hlh .'ctrlclt\ Is 1 h"'HII ,01 i' l'.lut 'l'llrlll ot othtr obllKatloiiM md" palt ..I n. 11 lioll I is. 'owl.hl" .u'.u:1 I t
I I ,,' I" i .I! \ ..t ''i" "III., !" i -t I I''I IIll4IlI'i oi' 1 ill. I I I to miki and p. rfoi' m ""I'a"'H I Itniki. : ". I I'; lh i Hi 'It Ci.iinlx I Mm, HOURS : "f- m. to 12 mI .
,1"I .Ii"i,, I. I I... I .1") n \l.u, h. I II'M! .> I I.n,1. Iniv "1..1..1 aiqnii. 1.'am'. lit ..."HICI., , if '"I' I Ulinl I 110 d. 5l1,,1111"/1.I ; and II'' 1.1.1 .11311', I I" 'nn lriil'Ill l l 1.1St 1 ..Itsu,1.1 1 : to 5:30 p. m.

Work GuaranteedIf tin' 5' 111 III. I. 1// ) tlln' 'II I li-, '|U"'I'' ''', i 1.1.\1' 'ami op. tat.. w.uks and plants I 'alll1 i ; on tl'III'H". foi. I''" HII.1!,0"1''" HId, \III Hifl''.'. "f Telephone No. 7t Jun 8. h r'

'Ill] ,Ij.] tI,. i 1 I.\\\-! ,ui..fl.Ii1'S. fAr, I f. i I purpose( of supplvliiB watir to piitpoH. of ittilnlnk 01, fuithiiiiiL' lillY I Ii. r'l 1" i I U of I lu. i 'i in I nil 1 I I i "i"t I I .I hal"i \ ( ,

"" .. I I n..4 I > il I 4 il I 1'|. \ I"c'.1\ ,' Ih"1 ., ,, \ 'tv \ 111. ol I "tllll.IIIll' "l I' '.1 HH 'ill.\ I Is to do mx' ''l,1I KIM i.uiilx en Hi'. .'lih, 'I,( "r \1"' ",'<
done : R. W.
thinking of having any I I" u -I i ,. ,,,1 , ,i \ , l I. ,Iii. t 11 Ii,. -" I II Ih. iliilantH, llnriof and mx ihdilln. 1.1.0 tliltu 1.11,1 1 .to. i'M ?H'1 11',1 1 11 11 in. and I n i III. d I in, I 'i.t I I Hook I .iuII I ) W CARSON
, }I. .. 'I.I . M 1.'h I Ill . iratiis .1. 1 I poxx l H "hlh.l I i l''l'l'.it I ''I (Ill I1l
I. .ind r all
the P. 0. ," i l I. i "i i n l' III'' app .1 .1..1' 1''' '
please notify me through ."a.y ; .. ,1 I" jind! . { !I
I h, 1'1"I I t" i li, ..I in" I I..i "h'h. .. " I.Ill , foi" I \ d."llhlllon.. .as- 11"[ l Him \ I '", II' thi., ton l ,| ,.1.. "i DENTIST
I .,1 . II I"I 1,1., I ,ll I s I III. \ U I ill I ss I llllin ,Ill nn nl md sale Ih..f I .IMI, and wh. h liuw' 01, Ini.m iltir max .1 t I"' I ih. *.,1 SI I in'ti HI ..n I lh I "I ,

: J. G. HOWARD "I ", I n L. , .u.,,I i ,n fin.I -1I'h ..(11\\ '1 I.,1rll.IU", t "',', ".I'I1.B" or otherxvlM I I In .tut' hoi I 17. .1 i i bx 1.ixx ,,|." I II1.11 I I 1 1"1.l til.. iim I I I" I .. I Ih ,
, ',, l I 10. . i\ .1"1..1 I I I I 14, h. I.I I M ) ,' .i.quiri. and to .. uniiallvdi \ II IH t Ill, 1"1'nll,?" fll,it ill Ih "li d i.iv if. .\ Ill'I I 1 l''l: 1 ::1 i ai I ,I I that I i iI II"I II'II Office over cuJewelrySt.r.
: nil :4. I 1"1 : u"I"I I III I 'in ultimo I ] I "|SI. HI .il. in lii.. and. to ...)(.Blru. I. il I I 1(1 ,mil( poxx i l H (Hp.iiti.d I and, l ililiM.Hi I I h., i. Jiidkin: ,' nl \ill I.. i l ll lut., I .1.1I i i (Office
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I < ,,UIl'I fSai < IIH > i 11,' lIlItlIllI nf wati I"f I Ih.i III I "llll Of < IIH I llllllll.I I I IKllMllll .1L"B . I .ln.t"11 .III..I
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w lit I'H".I, bx
1' me for .tllal1l1 I n"1 Klllll) r... 1'1:1 '1)1
nit.l.nth nl : t Ing: 11" .
'V.1 1 "m i" i n K r""I..n '
on( '
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nun, printed on tho prllnaryI.ctln ""I''II' In. i .nHI'.I. I llII. . .. f Hlld. mlsIsIIllg Of MII 1.1 I "'ii'i I on I 1'.10,1"\I 11,1 I
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I.1111 to Il "" ( H".h otli.i I I.UMIII MS an K'.k. t 11/1,1,I I I. .,, Otn. ,m .<-4 V-K l'IIUciu
I. Er '
,1' 1.1. v x Ill. f nil.) Hank Ilalkll.
an a candidato for any clt > of- ., I I'.OIHHII( ( "h.r, H of tin w .I (
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: inn x IIK Id.'nt I llll Flf 'h.u",0 ,
Inn. .
Y w. i m DUZOR lUi iiliall file with I h.. chairman. of thIsClfl1IllIttl9 I T.I ("'oiidntt I A stor.' .1 HI..I.S' f..l, I llnbiiv 1" I I. .1 I II. 'I Il''", I lliindnd I ,I I I'ollilsMH 1111, nt. (I ha.11.,1",1 I U".I" v 'urIn KisHimmee

.. on or b-fore r..In' uarv 25.I 'inu; and HI'llnik of M in i .. m. "11'linn I $11111 ) i ,,'h Hhall I... .i prl' f. 1",1 i Mt ...l l'l'h. Inn'/IIt' 'IB in pin I"" I IM.II.of* Iml'ink- <.. H"I..I"al., Ixlnitand ]lots. j'ior .
91 3. his notice of
( randldatand application 1 I of I h.' lln pro f. rn d MI".I k HhallU .I
)hardw '. anHpetlal i hold"'H.r J
ills' '. u. or I.n" / I I In .
Ii I
ft ho" t ount x of . .,1.
I to have his niuii. HI prlntid 1 .. c1.- i
Ix hIll and
t to
111111all 1111' i w IIH GKIGEK.ATTORNEY
I1a'ilillot x ,
i.sreiutiiils. and .
Muppll.. .11111".1 H'"II of I FI"I 'i to II 11.D.I \
I chairman upon a blank of this to bo commit furnished.. and bthu, I kinds ..f m ", uf",11! ..,l productsTrs ('I,(. fro" tin HtirpliiH, ,or n. t prolltHof 'Lots '< ind I U I in,1\I n..I. k I 12 I..Inu a J
acLOinpanlod I tin xi nix dlxldi-nds at
wholomili '
of inipoi
Jiirv, on i the h".I..M 1 lon. subdlx IBI..II, of. ,'. i it iin Imds.
I't I hy the aniuunt. of his an and "'.'1.11 dialiis In m'al and I lln. I tut.' of ". x .'II II"? .r.nt ((7) per anniiin s, to Hit .r.r1 ,\_ U,
In low I"11 mi.' AT-LAW
siBHiiient an npirln and no mil no mor. 111.' ills 1.1. huM ontht 111 rra",1 -
I I 11 ."M :J.: :!'I I
name of such candidate shall be .al ovx nnlilii it>. h
:i Estate any In oi. l nthi'Twist. 'ariiulromd prtfttltd, Htotkfthall In tumulatlxf ItaiiKe '."'. I I.;
Real .. /and fiatlloniil, ] xand
printed upon or counted or r<'tur_dlfprlntid I""M. I I and Hhall bo paxabli' bi.fore anx' 1'.1 Office State Hank Building Vfi
) l and gent-rally dial In llslv of ,
part Ki.tloli I
Ii. Tow ( .
I 'I 1 upon an I>' nutli ballot I unlTHxI I M.I ( n.lo" I'li '
m.l, s. of kind* Ills 1.1'n.1 on tin. common sloth' shll s ItatiKc In, 1 I.: .
hlM.priiHldii shall haYI..n colnIll ted a.f.,1 .1 in I OK" ,"'i ' 1' Kissimmee. Florida lit
,'h,. oth.ruls.- i In ptid or Mel afldi for I '
With lot. In loiiHtiutt pur ". nt 11 Mlm. FI.'I Ida aitoidlnu' lo an ofllclal til&tof
Form vl llll I
linld maintain and pitiod. HO I that If for. anx ". dl 1t. 1- nald r,
I '
itiiii n\\n I
The \iitliiK ill Hild a | Isli'li I rll.,1 In th. nfrt.of .
xhall In. bv ballot In prlnmri compliant/ ( liitloiiH' with\ H. Ll ., ii.l. I I. npi int. karat' M ami ma S ill.. ,TIlls at I In i ati of H.'x I ll'r. out Ih.. l H"I.11 of II.I... Cinult i 'nun lItssiii I ( J EO. F. PARKR.I lis'
I, i BhopM'lo l 7.i p.m i IHII.IIMI MI ill not 'hax. 'be in Counlv, I .
I h. proiNidiiH of II.'Hal./ . prlmar\ i 11'n. on 11. : illi dix of \ ukiixt
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA lawn 1111,1 Ih.' naim of Hi.. landidateHfor ( otiHliiiil I 'piirtliaH. .11 "till .l's'. ill.. Paid' on tin ptefoind. MI.. k tin I 1'1"I and I . .1./i lln i I 1'1.1. I I II It.nk Atlorney-at-Law. 1 ,
,'IK'li oftlie to bi viitid for shall b.- ii.tuh.I l I u al.l. to maintain I I and opi, .ratiand I. ft., ,i. in x "h,1 I... paid h."r anx 1 I on I'' I.1: I I 1rs
I ,dix I I I..1!. nd I I paid or sit I IIi
I tull liotils. Inns tH upon an I I
arrmiKi! 'd on ,the ballot III,. Heal ,1.1 Ih.o"II I' rr j 111 n.i t.I .Cpin Collections
\ -- -- -. - ",'d'r I ...a"..... .I n..oru. i" ,IIIIIISI'111 rill ,,,,! III lllll. I MIII Ill pa 11 ("I 1; common .ntock In thoixint to I tht" liiiti ,."n,n Ill I h.' nil.I Ii i xIn and Conveyancing w
TIlls commit.i. shall/ lfllt at ilnlit i In p"'a.( or olh.rwlHi a'lluiro. Inh..I.1 of anx liquidation or dissolutionor I .11'1.' I I '. I II.:1 I Ih. B.I in" I. i ink: I tin, Tlh' Spec iel.II' '1,
I in. t151. linpro\o or nll"rwlsl winding, up whither \oluntar or IHI: , I
clock I I' M on the hth has, of :MaiihIH13 ,1'1 \111 .1,0 1 II 'in l.fmll 1
1 III tIllCIty Council Chamln of I"I' to ai/ount, to ....1 or othirwlsedlHpoH. 1Ilunl'I., i of tin corporation thuliolditH 1".r I g "' nt will I I i I I" .nl.nd i i I I I ,
: S.II.BULOCK the City. of KlHHlmm' and l publliU' of tlmbei and tlmb. rlichta t of I tin, .iit.'f-rr.l stork MIld )' k .. x ..uUltneHH -

\ canvass the rt'turns ahd declare what and lands and to manufaeturi'. huy. bi. ilitltltd, ti* he paid In full both the mx hand ami N. il this 4th I '

candidates have been nominated by a cut haul drive, saw. dress and s..1 or par t mount of their sbaria and the un- dav of 1'cbrujrv. .V. |I. 1913 ill

majority vote for each office voted for. 01 )h.rwlat deal In. lmber. logs pai dUluVndfl accrued thereon before L.. II. INUJiAM C; F. KHIBBSATTORNEY f'11r'cd'
.' and In what of the common stock and after: the J'iorida
election made therefrom.To -
will haw tobt4 held. and thtf
: ./J.' REAL ESTATE chairman and secretary ot this committee acqulr. own work. lease, mort- payment to the holders of tho prefer .: ,'rltI2 01 ATTAC'HMK>T. AT LAW KISSU'MEE r .\ ft

. within two da>'s thereaftershall gage, convey, sell and dispose. of any red .Io..k of Its par amoilnt and unpaIddlvld..nd. Ift <'ou.O' ('onrt Owreols' t' '
......................... ; aunty* I'.ii.i- Examination of )'
certify the names of those candlUutis Quarried m n.s. ores miners oils of thereon the remaining assets Idfi.-..II. II. HuiMk ,s t'. A. Titles a Speclaly. 811L

INSURANCEExamination rccclvlnif a maorltote. forI1I1Y all IdI. mlnlnar and mineral and oil shal be distributed to the holdersof To C. A. Nlo"ers. U.t.ndant. Howrra.v and to Ail Notification and payment of of ''J

oftlci' to tin. iltj' aut horlt len or \1"11 i I ,I ",tjlllfi.rous lands and any stock. pro rata. acl'lrlling Persons I .. ,' .., In the At.os'En. tx. .' (
:i KlHHlnitmi. aa the iio
I ,parts for tin. ,,rii.. ..'s to IMotid. for at I ,IMI d. \ lap I II, H mi. II ,lull to mull, 11/10 without I".r..r net II I. r''i In ,ift. i I' Ti I attention.I reel'
U ; Ill Mliiial <.it > iliitliin to In.. hi.IdM (I (i*, I till I md,1 I ( all I I kinds I of .\nv I'''' .r all of H ilil t'ipital stoikmix ".1.1 ____i_, "-en3g.
,, of Titles .
l l..nth. 2 9. 11113 1 I In utai a "MII will lil:u lu niitli- thu, ." I tl ill 4th .
I Ii' 'lnil'> I In. till iiHHirx. this committee, shall . ts tlnn I of prop.nlib01' 01.,. Hirxlcis, at a JIIHIxaluatlon llllV if 1..1"I I .v I 1''I'] .I: s ,lit I u .I- 1, -

I unit nt S 0 d..k. r M on March 15 '1 . pu' i,' li,IH. ( oust: rucl! in tin tain' indop. lu bt. fic. .1 i bx tin I liitoipoi | St I il I III'.1 I "IkllllHt I I I' Xou I .\ >-1"xv N | I >AT JOHNSTON OCIUWi

i' Specialty. | and liluuiH. IIIIIXIIHW the rituniH of . t 11.' all. .. \IIH.M. 110111HIi al.'H. or i b\' the I 'lln,'t oi s. at' a unitMIL. 1- tin ( .unlv', ( OHM. ,.f < IB" I...i ( '"UNIX >K
i tin. H.ild $..(.end. )p'lmar, ( and HUiwlHimalt ...I t i 11115 I I on Ii In, bust''n. HH.of w 1"- ( illid for su, h purpoHi'I 1.1.I Id.i 'in a 11.1. Inn. 1,1"I I. II I I; II..11, k I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
.. i.'illlli';.Hi. in tin. authorltl.s of h"/I"/I" mil, SSthlllllO4, :" I M h. ,.ui lllrIzs'l, i aplal I MI..I. U max Ix :' (that a xv i ill ol I .it la. l luiii, nt .1,1,1 i l ,

"Corresoondence Solicited. I h.. 'nniiiln.'. ( .. H I hi'n of I _'lo *'ut\i\ ,, "1..11'. pi:it lmprnimil 'iMMti.d! mil pild! f", MUI,h lltrt', oiMm ,I.' lllUill, S Jnd., ',"111.1' xv 'IB ''''1.0 I., . : 10-11 I Citizens Bank Building irdiullo
i Asnepsmmennl'l.l' di \ lop I., ", put ".B... of. .. M .H. d I upon HUI' h I I. HIM and, .\ i on, 1 I"r i l.ik I "f Ih unit,, v "41111, i un,,I I. i ", il I

'a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I t In. pU'I"'H.i of d. f i H\'IriK II". ,'x- ith) i \\ Is... and to ,do nnd, 11.r..rm l ,11""H .IM Ill 1..1 .f nil. mix' -ild, < ill I'I .n I 1'01'I I Jn.l l 110:1 I :l lmd I Kissimmee
i pi 1IHI M (if. till. two pllnilly. I ll"('tlOllffIniludiriK ", ill tliuikH. (in.I ,ilful f.i th.' ,1, \,loiin. nl .. t i linn. nnd.. i ltd. bx xiitu., I .f B.ild xviltif I For irm.
i I .il"l .i. hm, lit I hit 1 I. .
r tIle pain." .'nt of Inspectors' tIll pi oin.. nt 1 .i nd lll.lllltgeIlll'llt' of t" x x I I. il I ,II,',, \," liteirnn
"ind I "I. i I Ks piintliiu ..f ballots. dc. Sill). fll, ,1. Mlli-ni. ."" 1"IIlu., .. 'I 1'1 l.I'I : I. ,Illllx 1 1111| I lh. following, 'I I, ... m Ml,. d loin I t Ot'IH MAHMKYo, T. riCTtJN ,
\ J.V. 'riionip 1 oni} } : I h. follow IIIK III\H..III..IIIB art. It\ 1..da '. i.t. I.IIMIn. Hlo > I. .i'i 1. ..1..1./1 I Ills.' sin ".s I nil"i I I i 1..a"IH.I t. I s I'I"al.I I .: I l.ale, (4iliniKl for Judirv .r WAIW.'

;;;, L,.il (nHt pr"HI"'I"I (''\Jllllol..t"H" foi, tIllS ' '"ln"I.1 I tin.' UH.'. buand, sulloi 51,114, .1.5. " ,11'1".1.' Mh11 n.nn.' ,p. 1111 III I I"I Ink ". nd ,I., ,l iik in,.' I h." ( '..mix, ,f 11141. MoruUK I >
II I I"UH( llfll.-. H til 111 tllll.(1Min.,1 ..IIu.t i 1 IH. diHi.H., | of. .mand, ( I :ill .<, .."I I" | p. t"p. 1 u.ill.! "I.'I a"d I' Slut' of I I 1..,n',I i to_ xv II ,
; FUNERAL '. 'I'h I I'l'l' I OnllalHl l I .i 'IB ,i in ,,1.I I li I>.l I 31.I k I I In I Ink a is Iii..11 .- \1ASShY WARLOWATTORNKYS
DIRECTOR i nil I. I M. BUipli.M mil 'nii.liin.rx: n. : : .I : fKI: & klif
s < dlxlKlnn IT, I I
1 I."I k, Tilt"I. I 11..llal'H. 511(1( diHlritili' in ionn.tlin'' \1 i i : nlh. iin ml of ,\
I and 'I'r.' Bur. r. lln. .. I liollirsM th... rIO. ..glllllg.,,, ptii l posi's. obj..(.tH "il ald ),. illlilii'Ms of I tin i lorporition: MiillIn Mil n..IIH'I ool I 1.M II ,,It tli'| | I ita. I"loliiil 1 HI t- AND COUNS LI.08 -
Ii.irnhal and I' 'hrco I . :.j. .1, loxxnHhln. s
ix Collictoi. on Iin I lid I lix a I', "iip' oiin I.\ ,
1"'I 10.II Kink' :_ :'I. I : LAW
I LICENSED EMBALMER I Hull:IIHM.mbiis. 1 buou n. ''I', I l.t. i I. IldNI ot. \'I.- I ',n Hid. nt' M n ri t a i x and i . nnd rii.' '"". H" II" IKml I AT
: J City Council. Jnc Dollar 1.or 'I\\H.| dls los.. 1.1111.f \ .,plantH .1 i TI I ,i. .iMiii.r and, Bin h otlnl,r ofllt.lHmd K |1' nl ol M.I'tl..n is loxviiMhln, 2>; n 1.'I..ln.1' ire Court of th. 'LU'iid +
; Opposite CuurthouH.Tested .. I lnN ..tnrm. I .1'0' | IIIK *' J" I I', In "''at ..I.i *..u"t x 1"loi th ... i r
| e I.. th. m, in,",,1" lu ,i.' oi d.ll\i\ ./.l'I akintH' aK may f i om tlnn I to thn.h. i .' I II".i 'KiolillliK. ,, .Imt.1 S. also before the ''orl *
Tin' followliiK I Inxp.dorH and clerk h ..! I I. an oflli'lal of road Comml.oo., and IntorotaU
i I li I' I 'II" I IKKas. l I. oi I' fIll 1. or 1IIIIII'd. md l hy a Hild I 1 Hifl .dlx I I IHIOII .111. the _
1t1ffiIMMEE.! I an h'r'lIy dl.Mll11ttl'd I to conduct thuH.ild } 1 11110111! Of ,' 11..1 I In lh.I oflli ofi
FI.OItJl'A Ii 11 x. i i'S in IllS 11151111' i' nf (sItter', ,1.\.M "nHIII"" Of Hot 'til' l 'I. Iv of
i l I I I >' I. ctlon tin, I h. in,.i nn. In.'I ul.. oi I piodiictlon! ofIIIIN 1.'MM than . nor tliin( thlrt. ICounlx, Hi.11, .I..lrl.r. Mil. Id ll-ll i ChAR KXTON. Hi.IMI. ORI.AND.

'; I lNSl''luIt4= ; ( : J M ( ,irdiil. II 1 M otlnl I pindiKIH, or thi (ondiKt ofanv .'I'll in.'Ill "IH Tin' IS Ii Ill ill'r of Din l .. I I'll", .ml,on I . 2Hhu".1 r
'r171)L I lira' tI..II. J A LIlleast.'l': Clerk 1 12. U ...lIu.IlusiIll'ss whlih. In the JudK- t jiiH' Hhall In IXII bx I tin. HtoikholdirH I 1.: 41 I II ni."! I II. I 1'1.1 1..k I I un .

\ .IIIH AI"'W. Xr ol' tin. Hoard of Din lot M tan he I In I tin. I Im.'i.. tlnn.. arid 1'
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t : c IIflLLEII. 'I. I l. f.n" i o. u in' d, l. yNlJHKJOHNSON
and Proved Good i \ i nn S .nl.nlh "ti i'li d on In t (lllllcCtiofl I tin I i.rilt.tH shall In .. t ti d or 1141I1llIll'l I"' In lh.. sitd, action ,.n., the .. up
\ l i I'\SS Chilrman lily
iI xx Ith tl ah.ixi. busln.HsiH, or any, of IIH P"'H.II"I bx I tin' Hy-l.awn in. 1 19ll! :!. th. Ham 1'11.,.
I s. < "i. ta i \ i 1 I th (in' 01 xx hli I h would I hi l..n"'lal to 'Tin, Ham. ''i Him max h"lt I Iwo.r ".1-I'. | tl Itis \1.1. .\prll I'UJ: ShIll IIiit 1",11', th Tlh ATTORNEY AND COUNSEI.LOH AT LAW

FrtshnesB as well as hiRh'IIFad.: quality -- ----- mx .l all of thi 1111.. i ..... "fl"'H.? ..'x"'pi an. 11141' .' III rv. is.' b.pIMHItib. .. I thilinf m Jii.lKin.iit, xvjll) :hi. in .II..rl,1, Will Practice in all Courts
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- Olllll Imin.lliiu : ;I I.HV ill.lld( ( till IX( IjlXXH I ,I ll I"lIHt' X oilUltii.sM
Call lor what want in lh- State and Federal
you \ ' :':.*>.1 ..I Ibl- l.rnrml I lo .1 .|iIiIi bx ""alI. aHslKlimint or '1'iI' ftUlow IIIK ninnd piiHonn Hhallbo i nix haul, a md N. ;il h Ibis 4lh I
-fr CJROCERYiLINEDIBBLE; ; nlh.ixxlH.'. ind hold nui'li tr"'hIH"H. tin. "nl"'ra to tondtict tilliummirl'sl, dax ol, I 1".I.u..r| ) A | > I M I 11 Office adjoining; Broftdw
IIr.llnnn.if I h.- lll > of Klxnlmmrrrrlnllnu kiautH, and llKhls) from, I .
/u"I.I".III. of tin < otnn.inv tin ofMc('rs who I I. M INI.HAM Citizens Hank KinsimmMf
li> < kr "I..r.iKr of. "nlr or I ..<. II md ountli s within the Bhall I I bi. i.l'l'l lid It UIII.. first ibctlon l I ofofllt '-n Slu.", Ill Osci.nla ('l.urlty. I

.>f 4 rrlalii I':t |,li.*lt r '.l"|MlilMIt. i Idi! .mil I fiini, tin Stnti of 1 riorlda and 'i' IH of said Com"1' sh,1 i bi. 1111111I - -- - Florl''l.

I 10 II ix I II. < '..Il"" II or tin. I II lollnr, st ,it. s or gls'erIIlllllltS or niuniipal I Hint Not It n i"on j-5 : v I H. JKNKINS a. s. WOODSA
I| (' mUiotltli, 'H as mil > be m t'i ssary \Y. | | I'riHidint ,
I It ) of I KlHMlllllll I Isi : or ....,1. Ill. nt I'i" order lo promote. and P A I. \"IIA\'I"OI.. ) ,Ill. "..rln", Ill' of lln' lIlt' rtlr I I' s I.imtl

'i tlon i lliut s. tlon ir,:. ">r th ', fat'Illtat. anv and all huslntxs. of theI..rll..I I P.\ JOINH1'ON.I 1"'rlary V.-I'.M.I.'I., oflli'i. nt nlll..S' Ill.. riorldn' rJ J I ENKINS & WOODHAM
) a"l Ion I II ('I 1'-
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lo"II'al .I'.ll..H' of I tb. Pit ) of .. 'r..lsu..r I liii,11 x I r.; I '1 111vtollri I
| applx for obtain r. nlBliT. pur- andV ( I1 A. \Nt I
HMlltlll'I. I ll.t'alllI'lull ll 1 Kll aH Ill tl' .KI"-j CIIIII4I. 1 IIIIH., '. m. nt, In'rwlsii to acquire and AONI'IA1: H 'lA\VIoIU' l 1 (1, WAI-> IH I In br' \ Riven I list. Lxinnn SURVEYORS i,

_ fllllOW I M to hold UBI opiiHtn and Introduce and NIH V.\NS AUNKW; shall !hl'' ,I.' Nethinut" of )rtngI'' III.'r.' Por|

"::4. et tlon i:>.ri No p..rinlt to In iHHUrd lo si.ll, asslKn. or otherwise dispose of I Din ctors I Ida. w ho. on Nox oIlier 24 I'lll Kmaimmee Fio

rLI' fot. tb.. Htorak or k... lIllIg for sal. orUM. any trademarks trade names patents. The first ...1""Uoor shall madn l.n"MI"II 1':1'1' it., Nn. L'I
I .' of KiiHolln.. biiiKln.(PIll', naphtha. ,, Inventions. Imiiroveme and pro- bt held < h 25th day nlr"clor.of March I "IIV5C8 ., .t MWlx; ', Ion I 14 .
lIllY of th. IlKtit.r, pioduttH of "d..I- ci nsi s ( .' In tonnt-ctlori with or secured / the annual .. 101.IIId I Township I 24 South Ha"".. 2K J Kast.
I "inn. not I xt-idlnirtlftt...M hiindrtd KII und.'r I.UHI patent of the United ) lher.llt..r. he held at the..Clon TallhI1MH. Meridian. IIUM '"..d nollte
l Ion.. of .l'lll li aitltli.. or ltftl"l'Tl hundii.ihalloiiH Staten or ilsewhore or otherwIse.Slid office, and of principal to makt, (.'oiiimuta lion
to ixtrglse plate business of the Corporation Proof, to intabllsh I : : :
In ill unlisH thHam.,' bHlorod < use d.v"lol. ftrant the i l-rfin I In tin land MONEY BROKER !
I in Hiif..Ix .llllMtl'UC'tl.l Itpl.r.s' ...l. litense In npect of to March In each on fourth Tuesday of above disilAhid. I..r.ore I h.. c|1.,1 It of
HI..I 1 ol"I' Ir.1 tanks builid outHld.( I tin. turn to count any such trademarks year ( commAncInK\ with I lIe ( Circuit Couit at l"Inslmnit. Klor Y
buililiiiK anil 1.1 1 1l145 Ihul Iliri'i f... 1.IlIllIw JI1I'nl/ IIc..u.'s. and the the year 19U ). If not a I.-Kal holiday. Ida on thn 26th day of alan', h. 1111. New York Syndicate wi Finae.R.I. I
and If a legal holiday th(' on the nextHiicctidtriK Claimant l.. W.tar. .
tht Mlrrull't uf ", ,'uun.1 or any .ut'h properly or rlKhtn / names as wltnesaen < .
under' th.' building' and not UHH than To engage In any other ma n ,faclurIIIK busIness, day l.ionard .1 I Monger, of Orange Cen- Irrigating Bond, .lnl..To
fix< f..1 hi low bus.'mint tloor. Hit mInIng or construction businessof AltTK I.K 6. t. r'. 'I.rld"ohll/ A 1.1". of Or- 'iHUKKIiind' up F. a. #
Him foun.latlon HIIK. Center,'. Florida Sou. Rvpraaantatlva. KualMHBB. FL
up .I" anil Burioun.lttl any kind or character wh/lsoever. W Hans ,
with sort "''11 ur Hand w1 tampttl and to thai end acquire hold. own and The said. corporation shll adopt an of Orange Florida.Vlillm A.
& SON Into' Ila.i.. IIIo arralK..d l I. nil and dispose of any and all property assets appropriate seal and adopt By-I SI0Wl', of Orange ( .nl.r. Florid.
if1 xi nt ." outHido Halt] Ku..lln. .stocks bonds and rights of any and laws for (h.govlrrument of Its I hENRY S CliUIill. -
hi'nxliit' or Ilapill hut bt. drawn bypumps every kind or to acquire or Inaugurate, fairs not Inconsistent with Its Articlesof in-5tpd 1 KeKlster -. ---- -

Inly. and I h.. s.I"1 so ,arrl1nKfdIhal conduct tir dispose. of any other business Incorporation and the Laws of the .A.
Ih. 1'1'1 will drain back to the which might I advantageously be I Slate of Florida. which By-LawI may
tank BO that by no possible accidentmoii carried on In conjunction with the' be amindid or repeal may be pro- Fruit and Truck Land ]
Sprigg than, on- gallon can cape Into businesses above mentioned or which vhd,'d / said ItyL.awsitlIi,1l LOUIS A. SEARSON
/ the building at any one time provldetl In the of the Wo have five
opinion directors and
the ,'xenttlatlhft lIpshall extend as : 7.The ten-acre tracts in

bulldlnKS hItch I as .the" roofs tif the surroundingH..Uun company for this company It would to be engage advall 1 highest amount of IndubtednegB Liberty Park, the roost desirable suburban PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT I

2. AU ordinances or parts which a corporation of this or liability to whlth' the Corporationcan property on the market whichwe AUDITOR
flhe any time subject Itself .1
may lawfully do and exercise. not
tL1 IIwr"ur. In conflict herewith be. and the shal
PRESSING same are- hereby repealed.IttLtd Td acquire by purchase. "x..d double the amount of / capItal are offering for your consideration

flcffi DYEING ..4 I a nmt and second time by unun or sell olh.rwl.or otherwise., and to dispose hold of slo"l Iulhorlz..d at niuh timeAHTK at prices that are attractive. We Commercial and Moilcipal Accouotlif

I.K i.Tile .
1"luI ..on..11 and passed In open session bonds or other obligations of any cor- will be pleased to show these tracts f'o
I REPAIRING this llth day of Feb>' A. r 1913. poratp formed for or engaged In or .subscribing names and residences of the prospective purchasers at t. Incorporated Accountant of the :
Incorporators togethtrwith any
any or more of the kindsof
J. M. on. I
--- A tt-st I ANHIsr. Count bu.ln'ss. purposes objects or operations the number of hare's of the authinlzd Do not fail to see this property beforepurchasing International Accountants

_ .aYe word t my houne ami' clothe* J. H OIM1KKT. business above ..Indicated or any other bv' i'ach are capital as follows stock, suhs..rlb.d for & it has the advantages Society; Detroit. (, .

will be CP ]I/e.1 lor nnd mtuined./ Cl.rk of the City of KlUHlinmet.Approvid Involving the use of eleetrlclTy of being: close in and on the very best
or other -- ---
products which this Nil mi IliKldencc .
------ 1913. thlnlSlh day of F'-lly A D. corporation Is authorIzed to produceor W II. CIlV' KOIll, Klnslmmee No. Of Shares paved road in tho county convenientto P. 0. In I7T Hah OfflcK ,'

Satisfaction Guaranteed ownIng or holding any property of Florida _' I the city, school and churches. Five I ,
N. ( - -- 3.340 S
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Major of City of Kisslmmee any kind herein mentioned or of .7, PAT JOHNSTON, Klsslmmee. -- I acre trct$250 and $:mo. IISIIIE. fl.*.

corporation owning or holding Florida __________-----__; ___a.SlO 24 t. II. M. BREAKER CO.

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', .j : Yi ANNOUNCEMENTS 1j! '

Yi Yi !fa !ffi Ui H 'M. BREAKER & CO ;

I .. .HrHi !IiliYif1Yi! ! !fi! Yi !Ii !Ii!Ii Y ,

HiHi Kor Mayor oJ

*! ... 'I We are autho Ized to announce.the .'- ,

Hi Hi name of FRED W" BASS as a candidate -

lor the office of'Mayor of Kisglmmee.
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HiHi : .
MI! EVERY day is a bargain .day at-this-- ,. .: +' .

+ ..... .... +" HiHi. I hereby annoance.myeelf: as'a can

store. Our stock is complete in ,didate for Mayor. subject to live will\) I "
HiHi of the peoplo at the e'lsuing.election.. an Orange ,
t respectfully ask your support ,
every department. We can JAMES W. LIELY.;

supply everything to fur- Hi 31 I Mayor hereby of offer Kissimmee-myself as in candidatefor the ,Pri- \ Grove ? ; 'f

Election of the White Man's
mary '
nish the home or run HiHi party and solicit) the support of the :
white voters of the city. If you decide .
that I can and will serve you .acceptably a
the farm or xi I will to do So. I feel ,
grove that my time word be worth more to i' ?
i me individually if devoted to my per- We have some Bargains in y
!HiHi sonal interests, but I feel sure that I .
; can do the city good service at this
particular time in the capacity of
Hi; Mayor, however, I do not claim that Groves to Offer .
HiHi the city owes it to me to elect me, nor \ '
do I ask any support through sym- I. .
Osceola Hardware Company pathy or for any other reason than

H5Hi that fulfill you all believe the requirements that I can and and dutiesof will Big$ Money to be made 111 Citrus I

the office to the best of my abilityand
!HiHi in a manner that will reflect Fruit business in Florida now.
honor on the city.I .
believe sincerely in a clean city '
HiHi the safe-guarding in every way pos- Compare the following properties .J; : ,/
sible the public health, and makingthe t
city as attractive as possible in and prices with property ;: .
!HiiMIH any way that we can without unneces- .' :, :

Yi .Y1 YiYiYiYi ,' YiYiliYihhfi! ! '1 YiYiYiYiYifi! 1!fifiYiYYiYiYifi! ; I. 1 :1 t!Ii further sarily burdening believe in the strict tax economy payers.and I see and be your own judge .J \ : -

in seeing that the city gets full 100 ,i j '
cents value for every dollar paid out |i

H H MHHM H k K. 1 I, the coming primary or make the vote ful that she was chosen very often to of the' treasury. J. M. TAYLOR. Orange Grove. A twenty acre tract located on a "

'close enough to make it very uncom- substitute for the regular organist at Fine 10-acre grove in full bearing, marl road, two miles from depot on -
LOCAL OVERfLOW ] | fortable] for the other fellow. Here's the Jackson Memorial church at I am a candidate for Mayor subjectto located three miles from Kissimmee. St. Cloud road. Property has good I ;
hoping he knocks the persimmon. Washington Square. After leaving the action of the electors in the
Good 4-room and outbuildings house and three-acre J" . .
cottage orange grove
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New York Miss went to Wel- coming primaries. respectfully so-
H. Harris visited Orlando Wed- 'I H. D. Geiger and L. R. Farmer left lingford. licit the support of the voters and Splendid well of water, convenient bearing. This grove will yield from- _j. .'
lay afternoon. ,i Sunday night for Washington to at- weeks as the guest of her aunt. Be- promise a business administration if to school and churches, railroad 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each \
tend the inauguration. They will sides being a talented musician, Miss elected. |i station within 300 yards of prop- year. Sufficient land cleared and in : 1 .''.
lie Kissimmee Civic League will j never forget the rare sight of a -Moody is one of Tampa's most popu- DOZIER LEITNER. | Will sell for cultivation increase to twelveor
erty. $7,000.00, On grove
It in regular session next Tuesday i iJ Democratic President'taklni' office.It lar young girls and her numerous I I very I I
|:'i J o'clock p. m., at the Chapter'' was worth going all the way to friends here are delighted to welcomeher For Councilman.I favorable terms. See this property fifteen acres, and at same time can ,.'l:t.,
se : Washington to see, no doubt. home. hereby announce myself a candidate I, be yielding any garden truck desired. '-
( for the office of Councilman, i Orange Grope.Tenacre If in search o'f property that will ; i I'
I Irs Sallie Pilley and Mrs. J. D.I Judge (;George I.'. Kribbs is at his DeSoto) County News-Miss Marion I results '.
now, and at all times while 'I
Jodhpvk visited Tampa Tuesday and office again, after a recent severe Sargent of Kissimmee paid a flying and respectfully solicit the support of grove, half in bearing OKaiifje i v
"'"'MIa).. They were guests at theisloro illness. The Judge had an attack of visit to her parents here on Saturday ull the voters of this city. '1 promiseif ; trees, the other half in young while extending new grove, investi.-. I'' "' I
) hotel while theiu.Tuesday's quinsey, something that he has not und Sunday last. fleeted to give the same careful gate this. This property convenientto \1& .'
trees just coming 'bearing, consisting r
I \
had acquaintance with for a numberof attention to the city's interest that I I town, has marled road on one side, '
Orlondo Sentinel: Miss years, and the return was most un- DeSoto County News The greatest of oranges, grapefruit and l :it
len 'anning of the Cathedral wvlcomo, and his friends hope he has sermon ever delivered in Arcadiacame would to my private business. Klecth | tangerines. One of the very best one end. Price $4,200.ORANGE ,
liool, returned yesterday after staved it off permanently. in the form of a lecture by Wil- "n :March :'J9th! 1913. offered in Osceola GROVE' 1f
nding Saturday and Sunday with liam Jennings Bryan last Saturday, WARING. i
Respectfully, R. I 1)
lutivos in Kissimrnee.Ir Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Miss Joe entitled "The Making of a Man." I Close to railroad station. eountY'1 Twenty-acre orange grove, all Under '
Hertu Bryan will be at home to their $5,000 00. Terms on part good fence. Railroad runs ..
and Mrs. J. M. Amos and their friendson Tuesday afternoon, Feb. Tampa Tribune of Tuesday: Kis- I wish to announce my- candidacyfor chase priceI through grove; station adjoining I
fighter, Miss Chlorine Amos, who 11, from :iriO:: to l 6:30:: in honor of Mrs. simmee; was represented here yesterday number of the City Council, subject '. '
Ive been at the home of Dr. by J. A. 1)aughtryIleba A. Herman I property; good school and church ,
guests Bryan's sister, Mrs. J. C. Massee, of to the will of of the voters of
I Derbyshire have returned to their I Dayton, Ohio, and Miss Bryan's and I). W. A. Werman and wife. Young Grove, consisting of 12 acres within quarter mile of property. All ,
I,me in Illinois. friends, Miss Virginia Hinton, of Rey- They spent the day in the city guestsat I Kissimmee in' l'o approaching elec- grapefruit and 3 acres late Valincia crops that can be grown in Floridado li. c

r.s. W. L. Paulk and children, whoivc nolds, Ga.; and :Minx Elma Smith, of the HilUboro. tion.. II | G. II. PRATHER.I oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, well on this place. If you desire ,aa a rt
been visiting in Miami, have re- '' mmee. K. M. Andrews, C. C. Murphy, J. S. I on the east side of Lake Tohopekahas home in Florida write or call on us } $ .
1'1\&d 1 home after a pleasant visit Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sumner, of Foard and Lee Umberger, of the I I take this means of Announcing my been planted one year, trees in quick, as this property will not be on 'I I ': l
relatives in the East Coast metrop- Southern Realty Co. of Greensboro, .
IS. I Lumpkin, Ga., are visiting Mr. Sumncr's N. C., who conducted the auction sale I j candidacy for the position of Councilman line condition, land well drained. This the market long at the price named. '.. '

I couple parents were in married December The- of ]loin\ for S. B. Aultman Tuesday, subject to the action of the property offered for $4003: ,-$2500 This property we are offering for a < ,M.(\. I\i'

Irs( Tuesday's l J. M. Bryan Jacksonville will return Metropolis tomor-: young, und this is their first visit home. were Kissimmee.guests at the Iraystone: whilein I voters at the forthcoming city elecI cash, balance in one and two years at short time for $12,000. Will sell as a ii' ',

Iw from fake) City: where she has Needless to says> they received a happy tion. I pledge] my best endeavors fora (f i per cent. Will increase in value whole or divided into two parts if l >l4.T
Len spending several days with her I welcome, and it is hoped that they will Miss Elizabeth Carson has been filling I businesslike administration so far very rapidly. desired. ,'i9{ "tit_\"
I find it pleasant here that they will 'I.} "
|iughter. Miss Nancy Call Dryan. the place of Mrs. Bessie B. Simpson it is for holding that .
as possible one
remain permanently. Mrs. Sumnerwas
this week in the public school,
The regular monthly meeting of the Miss Elma Wood prior to her.Mrs. Simpson's absence from her ac- : position t6 control... DO YOU WANT A HOME OF YOUR OWN? t
I .
'ill Bryan Chapter of the .U. D. C. marriage.The customed post being due to the illnessof J. WTHOMPSON. .
ill be held at the Chapter House her little son. If you have never experienced the pleasure,of having a winter home '. 'I ,Il;

I 'ednesday full attendance, March of twelfth the members at 3 p. Union La'dies'Center Union have postponed Aid Society their'of Mayor N. C. Bryan and Mrs. Bryan In making this my announcementfor in the best section, of* .Florida, a little place you can call your own, you had i ';;'::;,J I 1 . ) t

'sired. Martha Washington social from Feb. had as their guests Sunday Mr and councilman,J wish to promise the better-get busy, as the longer you Wait,the{ higher the price you will'have I"; I' I -.''t
22 to March 16. The social will be Mrs. I. F. Murph, of Marshallville, voters In soliciting their support thatI . .. "%" :
to'pay for choree properties like the following; *" > ,
, Laymen's meeting Sunday, 3 p. m., held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ga; Mr. Murph is a peach grower shall exercise in that position if ,
aptist church. Dr; A P. Montague, II. Funk. -An interesting programwill and man of affairs of his section. He ; 4-
resident! of Columbia College, has be rendered, and promptly at 7 and Mrs. Murph} are old time friendsof elected, the best judgment I can com- No. 4643500., modern New, modern six-room. bungalow ,,'>jli. I ;
.en requested to address! the meet- o'clock the "Marthas" will serve a the Bryans.Mrs. mand in discharging the duties and six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory, hot and cold water ':.,
)II({. All men, boys and ladies es- good, old fashioned, New England) obligations of the office. and cold water, electric lights, beauti electric lights, tiled bath room, two //1")t it.
ecially invited to attend this meet- at 25c for adults and 15c for N. C. Bryan is entertainingher 2.
supper T. M. RIVERS. ful expensive'mantels, new furniture, fire places. Lot 73x117 feet. Located '
g. Ceo. F. Parker, president. children under 10 years of age. Every- sister, Mrs, J. C. Massee and her \
body invited; a good time assured. two children. Mrs. Massee is sojourning nice rugs. House furnished complete, on Mabbette street, four and one- \
Warsaw (Ky.) Independent: Ac- in Kissimmee until her husband 1 hereby announce myself a candi- ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x: half blocks from post -office. One of \
>ling to the Kissimmee (Florida) The Kissimmee friends of Miss Dr. Massee Baptist minister, date for member oftie City ouncil 147V4 feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice ft'";'
alley Gazette, Judge Jas. W. Lilly, Olivia Moody will read the followingfrom is settled at Dayton, 0., where he recently I of Kissimmee subject to the action of (
>rm rly] of this county, is a candi- the Tampa Tribune with pleasure accepted a pastorate. He and the electors in the forthcoming elec- ing orange trees. Located in three \,
Ite for Mayor of Kissimmee at the : Miss Olivia Moody has returned Mrs. Massee have been living in I tion. I take this method of pledgingmy and a half blocks of the post office, new six-room cottage, bath spy
>ming primary there on March 8. from New York, where she has Chattanooga. best efforts in the interest of the on beautiful Verona street, in the very and electric lights, two porches, 10,4 p; r
udge Lilly was always pretty suc-\ been studying music for the past nine city in the event of my election.M. best neighborhood. Call and let cated on fine corner lot 74x117 feeton -I"
N-sful in politics, up here and it is months. Miss Moody has specializedon B. WILSON.I .i "
safe bet that he will be elected at the pipe organ and was so successI1111111111111111I1111111I II I us show you this beautiful home. Mabbette St. New sidewalks. A tv, ;
I I am a candidate for the office of Terms on part of purchase if desired. nice comfortable home. Price $2400. ; ,'j"

. . . I City Councilman, and respectfullysolicit j No. 309-Splendid new six-room 'S? .f +ti.
- - of the
the support voters at No. 476.-Close in home. This is house inside
RICEA the approaching election.E. just city limits, fine deep
: H. HALL.I a nice little house of five rooms and well, lot contains two acres of ground

bath, with modern conveniences, on good new barn, wagon and buggy I la
hereby announce myself a candi- corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two .
sheds, all under good new fence. Fine '
; ,
(Cl"r.\l! .\! J liJ j date for Councilman, subject to the blocks of Broadway. House furnished I location for small truck garden or .
tAR OF RICE action of the electors of the city in complete, ready to move in and begin I poultry ranch. This 'is a fine prop"H., I:t. '
the primary and election to follow. I housekeeping, without the expenditure osition where you will\] have the freedom -
believe in the recall of every man who of additional above the of the country, yet close enough ".

njf){ ir I+ ''I Iii m; ) FANCY. LOUISIANA HEAD doesn't do his duty, publicity of expenses pri<;e which we offer money the property for. 'I I city to enjoy, such as all splendid the advantages high school of, best the t '::'

in .running the town, to be
Price $2,200.00, including furniture. markets, churches, etc. Price $1760. it
i Ib the whole, grain _h ___ 25c published every ninety days. I be- 4 .
lieve that the taxes should be reducedin L
161b white as snow ______$1.00 some way, and I think a commission KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." : 'k; I t

Aim Rice will keep and is going form of government would be Here's the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best locatedsubdivision. ; '. ;..

The of this Bank is to serve your .{.., better for the town. I <'t
higher-supply your wants now. pd H. M. STEENAt .:
interests best.Striving PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett.and Mabbette streetn.overlooking !

i in t transaction to attain this ideal is re- ----- -- --- ---- --. -- the solicitation of a large num- the City and Lake, and is bound to become one of the best resident sub- : J
every ber of the qualified voters of the city, 1
sponsible for its steady growth in business. 13 cans Baby Pet Milk _n_ 50c I have decided to announce my can- divisions in Kissimmee. This is where tl.e birds sinu and not where the frogs i : "

didacy for member: of the City Council croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people f 4. ; ;
241t Quaker City Flour ____85c I for the term. If elected,
With this perfection of service we offer safety for I I will in the one future year, as in the past, exert who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough landto r' ..I

your account.It Peck best Irish Potatoes___ 31c my best efforts towards giving a build a real home on at a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lots I

progressive, businesslike administration this winter. Call early'and get your choice. Prices $70.00 to $100 "' !
active so far as is in my power to do so. range per i 'i
for to an
will be advantageous you carry ;
A CASH PURCHASE DID IT I have during the past two years beenon lot on easy terms of payment. :.'
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the job at all times.H.
-4eaerve account us. 0 ..
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hereby announce my candidacy course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga. tit e

We.Pay 4 per cent on AT for Marshal re-election to the office of City We have nice high lots, near the lake, which we are offering at price : Y:}
tf-pd F. W. PITTMAN.I that are attractive. See these lots get our prices and terms on them,before Ir :-Y: :'
you decide on a location for a home. ;( \; ;''J
hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the office of Marshal and .
BURGLAR ALARMS Tax Collector for the City of Kissimmee : .
subject to the action of the "WE SELL HOMES.1 '(.

Dickerson: Bld'r Broadway am a candidate for the office of % J b

Arthur E. Doncfan, President. Paul K. Weaver, Cashier Marshal! of Kissimmee, and respect- I
'hal 250. -. Quick Delivery 1J 1 1i fully solicit the support of the voters I WEARING BUILDING, KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ,, %'
i at the approaching primaries.
Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HI 111111'11111111 1 111111111I) JOHN M. HANSELL. I II '

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--,..... - -- : : : "garden He 'felt, he said, like the I Illlllll HIM "J " . \ '

l. k : 1 I Apo8t1c .P ul, that h& was the inhabitant favor l WADE, the.tuner, Orlando. i
: city: He was in i
: I of no mean Classified Advertisements ....
Y of a city dock, too, he said. The I. LOST-Somewhere, between O.
I "Judge laid he felt confident of elec- I house and Carson's store,one 8-

H lion, and that and he he had felt felt so upon so from the eve the A.*<<,..U.e_ D:. r. I._r fed uader fat. Lead at '.h. rate o' F'Iv.Ce"t. old boy's coat, blue serge,. Re.".
beginning .... if returned to this office. tj.
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of election,
1 going to be Kissimmee's next Mayur. . . . .>. - .-.....- . .. .,. .. . .. . . - 1 1 1 Six
1 I. . . WANTED- or seven room 1 ba;
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I The SALE. ]FOR SALE-Ten acres of for a permanent renter. 8cx
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ner and Fred Bass, were conspicuous> in. Northwest Kissinvnee, fronting close in. Address, P. O., Box
absence. By the time I
only by their R. I. Reds' East on Vine stree. Suitable for Kissimmee.
the FOR SALE-Fullblood 1
finished speaking
; i Lilly had
; Judge 15 for $1.60. C. small fruits, vegetables, general
for hatching,
crowd had swelled\ to respectable pro- eggs
farm. If WANTED-Young of
., .... !.portions. had the disadvantage 11. Blanchame. trucking, dairy or ability
-- starting Jiold quickly, will take 750.00 married! : couple that
.c ,or thB-nreetm-on ( assesseilvaluation. .young! can.p,
I' .. building his crowd up during his FOR SALE-$3500 will buy a valua- which is less than the city duce $1,000.00 cash security to
ble property in the heart of Kissimmee G. ]F. Knbbs, Kissimmee I
speech There were no pyrotechnics cent 4tf. I a position of managing a dryg
paying about t4 per Fla.
I but the wholesome thing, -low falleninto : now ,
matterof on the above amount. Enhancing stpre. Salary and commiai
disuse, of discussing
I moment to the citizens of the town, In.value every day. H. M. Breaker FOR SALE- 100 acres of fine muck splendid opportunity for right];

was /given at least a mild impelm. If &. Co. 89tf | land. Railroad survey through this I ty that looks for success. AM
to truck farming.
one of land and adapted
Listen ;- II I the crowd had been better the warmed speakers FOR SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray engine Price on application real bar- ; Box 487, Kissimmee, Fla )"
/ would have undoubtedly $75.00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at 1 1I gain. Address box 3(52( Kissimmee, WANTED-A firatclass'white 1 b
Hats / I sup 1 to their subject better. $(>0.00. Both in good shape. ]F. |I I'la. 9-tf ber to work on Saturdays. Alto
our new a Vans Agnew. 49-tf | - -- - - - ---- : Kenneth P. Butler. l\J\\
t FOR Is ALE-New launch, 30x8 feet!;,
PRIVATE SALE ORDER YOUR trees at once from It<; in draught; 12 h. p. 4 cycle :3 I WANTED tenant for a deem
will mike your Grilling Bros., W. H. Brokaw, salesman -| ('yl'l1gine\ ; f\iuly equipped; at a 5-acre farm; new house, barn, 11
AULTMAN DIVISIONi room No. 1, State Bank Build- ,I bargain for cash. Address Box etc Very reasonable to right J

I ing. 0tf j hay -;=-' i Ave, S Kissimmee.
Head PpY j I i =" : OF I-ROPKIITI C\U-EI FOR SAIJ cement-At fence a bargain posts; 35 and reinforced 250- I' FOR SALE Large size billiard\ table 1 1I

t i BKCINMNC A. B. with full equipment. Apply to TOMATO PLANTS for Safe _.M.
OFF TilE S\LK AFTER fence posts.
jnside and out cypress Frank Vans AgneW. 3 I Casler &: Son, Lock Box 115'
: At Kissimmee \Drug (''o. - - -- - -- --- ,,(
; ; IT. Jarrl"l1'\ dens corner Bermuda
--- \ fi\e-acre avenue I i
f, r FOR SALE] -At a bargain: ,
I -- FOR SALE] -2 h. p. orange and grapefruit grove Apply Oak street. I
Look old hat! Is the sweat leather %' -gasoline engine, to C. H, Estey Box 407. 11-41 -
your The auction sale] of lots owned byS running order. Will sell at a sac- I - -- -- MEET me at Kissimmee Drug'
is the band slick ? has it lost its color, J H!, Aultman and advertised hy I the rifice if taken at oncS Apply 37tf at FOR SALE FourCood/ mules. J. W. I I and we will get a drink of the I
greasy; 'Southern Realty ('o., which had the Gazette office Miller Itf.I soda water made. :
and Why ? If your hat t Is getting old "chuck"It : sale in charge was railed of Tuesday 1 FOR- ---SALE-Beggar- -- -- --weed- -seed--[SOc- '!LARGE CO-OPERATIVE

after the sale had begun Ib, Velvet beans $3.00 per bu., I FOR SALE;=Jt: foot motor boat, cypress Colony I
and come buy a new Straw hat. About A brass band paraded tlstreet, Tom per Watson and other varieties of hullV4:) H. 1'. Fairbanks- organized near Tampa, Fla., 1
4 'Tuesday morning and automobile town being built, lots and Ian
Morse fully equipped, first-
lb., 3Jypan' : engine
Watermelon Seed 50c
ta'' time for straws any way. Come to us for I I were at the service of thus who wish- of honorable business per dealings I for $.;. cash this week Will sell a fraction of usual cost. For lit:
i i'il to attend the bale, whichas conI ; for class condition Cost $250 will sell mat on address N. R. White, CI
your furnishing goods and clothing: You | ducted on the lots in the neighborhood and is our guarantee foundation o success proper ;|i power equipment' seperate if desired tal Springs, Fla.. 7-8ti]

downright I of the Au\\ man flanlons; A jour Girardenu Seed Co., I !. Address P. 0 Box)7:1. / :J, Kis-
will be clothed "right" Clothing at in attendance treatment !
up I good sized crowd was 01' bidders. :\lol1li,>"lIo, Fla. t-nt.. I Sll1lnl<'l'. lltf FOR RENT
I number
and th ic were a i

price. Aftei a few lots! were soli the I salc- l'(11 1 { ALB--Trnd of 10 acies 2S! 1 FOR SALE OR KXCIIANC.iBy: ; : FOI IUNT: .L.l\Iodern" cottages
was called off l b\> Mr Aullrv.m how per cent i'ash. tan make. arrange owner' r> acres fine truck land with mer rate Mrs. E. E. Wells.LIST ., i I
H. C. sTAnroRD. & CO the wen no: as high .
<-\ir as prices incuts for purchaser to pay monthly g'oodroom house, plastered and
0r3 l -J is the owner thought they < ]I I basis> of $10 The finest ]location out-buildings: within corporation
The sal of the !!\\.II'i division .' your houses, furnished nand
limits Kishimmno
on \>wt"r tract. Directly) across i I of $2,00000valuation
r3 'I will be continued bj :Mi. A tltn from Kissimmee. on line of railroad Want grove land! Prefer trucking lands for rent t

l 1.\ au,.,. hewas afraid of him but bese The I professional. auctioiui''' '. who I' lake front Address' P I K:. 11,. ( a. to deal I with principals. Ad- Mrs I E E Wells.
FIRST GITY PRIMARY ['.11" he apprehended that there, canitfront dr; < ('nsboro.. N ( ,left in /tie, Office Hox 10) -'t 1 'diss P (O, Box 57U: Kissimmee 11
iuould, IK i little interest in the, the iMtiingKI.SOI FOR RENT OR SALE Two-i
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i nu.ting' which the small crowd indi ---- 1 I.II'N'll=" ( I FOR S:U.T: length I'-ft I I-'I OR >sAIi;:-A beautiful suburban store building on Brack St., NKissimmee
OF WHITE PARTY tatd to be the ease Judge Illl\ : .I IION=" (OP 'I'liNKs: ': ft. .lid )Le had. been in Klsimnll'e, mui'lilonger t 1.imps, (lice \tingiiislu,, life, pre (in; pew barn; deep well ; about 50 -----l
tin Aid i So lushuins, J II. P. :Motorgo DWELLINGS for rent, >opply to
than :Mr, Taylor had l been and I : TIll' lailus i.f Baptist MIMI young fruit trees'arities..
was the lust man to open an addition <'ntwish to Mind a \otc of thanks ingiiu'. in good/ order I. inn be <.xunnmd ;. titles farm land fenced with hog- Tiller..
(Continued fiom Page One) ) I I and invite people to build on it lo tliosi whoo kindlh<.Ipid in thi allY time AV 1'ajrUi. proof fence Land has been. cultivated FOR---- -RENT-A-- - modern 3-roonT
had not recentlygitOn l by them( H>tf Gent; vstuJii( well
-- whe'the i llnv any monev or pla\ two years and fertilized with all city conveniences. AI
the back -:<..1 le of the town whore (hey lie said (hat tlurtv houses had hrel n I;;-]prrv.-tlly' :. (in. tlwy t wish to thank 1-01 I further information ask :Mrs to W. B. Harris, Gazette office
1 IOACIFA<;(> \: I I M for Suu"One of
belonged. Mr. Taylor said he favored built in Ins addition, ; to Kis> nimce> :Mi,,s 1 1-:117.abl'lh: ( ar'on. \tho-o unir-I' Summers MH( ) Penheld A\e, South
building a cIty dock, and :'f the lie asked Mr. Taylor I how many house-, IMK'/ Toils! h.1 ..o much to 111 a I>. / the best in Poll wanly, Florida. Kissimmee ll-tf FOR RENT Vans dweU
mall and buildings Agnew
Council would figure out some way to hud i been built in his addition Judge play suKessfulAlii orange grove
partly furnished Vernon
(On :National; Highway Box 558Kibsimmee corner
finance a plan for building it he would 1 Lilly continued !by saying that he to the orchestra, wt Fla 10-2tpd CITY LOTS for sale, small farm 20 Bryan streets.Iltf .
give his approval as Mayor. Mr. stood for l'verythllthut MrIajlor: thank-, whose" delightful music ,"I o""j I acres Cash or terms (,eo F. I D. G. Wagner, Agen\
Taylor also promised a rigid enforce stood for. He said it was well I known so much to the enjoyment of I FOR SALE--First: Class Al 1 Itestua"lant Parker 11-4t --- .

ment of the vagrancy laws that Kisimmee was one of the cleanest l< vi'ningI __. ___ doing good business Best location The fourth Biennial Music Feat
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Judge Lilly took 4W tand when town in the country and that compared
in town. Reason for sellingmy WANTED-Orange Groves. Truck held at Stetson University in Del
Mr. Taylor finished. He said he had to Jacksonville arid Tampa its The I West Palm Reach publi school
undivided time to look Farms land located has close.
I required or raw near just come to a These
i demurred to meeting Mr. Taylor not I most neglected places were as> a rose Arbor Day exercises were very elalx .
I after property interests of other Kissimnr-e Please give description tertamments each year are a I
r rate and each grade planted\ tropical I
the and named the parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- and price. Address, Lock Box treat to the music-loving people
-- -- trees on
i trees after some campus noted poet or prominent simnvee, Fla. 3-tf 713, KiBsimmee, Fla. 10-tf that city

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The cornerstone of the new Catholic -

$1 1,500 REWARD ; Church at West Palm Beach was
I l laid last Sunday afternoon with impressive -
I ceremonies The building is ,
I being constructed of tile and will cost -

Fifteen Hundred Dollars Reward will. be paid for information JO,000 when completed.

leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who mur-
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dered Carl Milliard and Raymond Harris.L. 4 4
.:." Wanted-To correspond with <0-
H. INGRAM. I .I* parties interested in Florida GREAT CLEARING SALE

t Sheriff Osceola County. .> lapds. .Improved or unimproved. .
0 Oranges growing on improved *
*> and all other suited to citrus v .
Raymond d fruit and vegetables. Pine land *
t- i A 4 ot; hammock prairie or muck in + J At the Greater New York Store Kissimmee Flal
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Harris 'J;' fr't' '. no'I :1'1.1 I
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H and terms pght. -
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who was f "'(; ; *4 Jas. A. O'Berry, Whittier, Fla. ltf4 4 Will Continue Until Further NoticeWE

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$18.00 Fun, All-Wool and Carr col, to tell for-------- _
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has never I and InsuranceRenting I ,

been recovered i
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LJ T We Arc Now Iii in Our New Garage g 'i 4 I _

We continue our Special Sacrifice on

Just Off Broadway On Possiell Avenue. FINE TAILORED DRESSES

91' And Carry in Stock Casings, Inner Tubes, Blowout Patches Security Patches, FINE TAILORED SKIRTS "

f t I Horn Bulbs, Horn Reeds, Spark Plugs Terminals, High
1'": and Low Tension Cable, Copper Tubing, Batteries, J

'r; Columbia 6-s, Battery Connections, Gaso EXTRA VALUES IN FINE FULL SIZE BLANKETS,

lene Oils Metal and Polishes

Ammeters, Ti re Testers,
1 D'd' 1 kindly write the ladies to look over our new Spring Hats that bare
: \ Auto Clocks, Etc.

t -- __ __._ .. started to come injor the coming season. v
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\ I We are also prepared to do all l kinds of Machine Work for Steamboats Motor Boats (r.

! Automobiles. Saw mills, in fact all kinds of Repair Work, LATHE WORK A SPECIALTY.Our THE GREATER NEW YORK STORE

Livery Cars are First Class. and We will give good Service When in want of an

Auto Trip give us a Call. .
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