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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 28, 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: VID00587
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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. 'KissimmeeIn the. Best' Section. .of;the- Best State.__ofihBet Country, .in. the- World! ,- "




., Editorial ia-tla. Saturday Evening i Post: I
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i FLORIDA i i. a smallish State in some dimensions. In pop ,

-- : trivial when compared with Pennsylvania It has no mines _

-underground. Time was, perhaps, when its ideas correspondedto


<. MATTER IS POSTPONED AT NORTHWEST AND CANADAB Florida has assets-for example a far larger area of swanp TO PROMPTNESSIN AND PROTECTIVE OF THE ,

,. REQUEST OF COMMITTEE.It YREAL ESTATE MEN. I and overflowed lands than any other State. Formerly that was v MEETING OBLIGATIONS LEGITIMATE ATTRACTIONSIs
considered a deficit. But the State's project to reclaim the Everglades ..i"i

by joint draining and irrigation is nearing completion. :f. ; ,,

is not unlikely that the Board of Besides the circulation of the KUsimmec i And if Florida's midwinter sunshine were put into the statistical : The business men of Kissimmeemet the new City Council in favor ofa 1

I Engineers will come to Kissimmee to motion picture film arranged', abstract it would have to be expressed by such figures as astron- t in the Council room Tuesday high protective tariff or a tariff for

inspect the local waters before ren- for by Manager J. D. Woodbeck of .:. omers use in stating the distance to Saturn. Climate means 1 afternoon at 2:30 and organized the revenue only? That is the question. ,

verdict on the plea for a the Pastime, the film i is to be exhibited :w tourists and winter residents-soil and! climate together mean ;; Kissimmee/ Business Men's Association The present City Council has goneon

dering in many cities of Canada and the i fruit and getable.; and all of these hang primarily on trans- :i: under the system of the Mer- record as protectionists. No doubt

channel from this place to Okeecho- Northwest.J. I & portation. Some of the best public roads to be found anywhere fare chants Mercantile Agency' of Pitts- about it. When Councilman John M.

: bee. I D. Clark, the land man, stated I in Florida; but there is now a campaign for .a fifty-million A burg, Pa. Lee introduced hiq! prohibitive tax ordinance -

I The rejection of the report of the at the Board of Trade meting Monday dollar bond issue to build the finest system of State highways in f The meeting was called to order byJ. against tent shows and saw

surveying engineers who passed favorably evening that he would be- triad I ;f the country. "Not ,an-expense: but an investment!I" 'is the ;: II. Pollitt as president pro tern andJ. It passed unanimously by Council he s'

on the project called for ,to get charge of the.-film for a tin-.e' X slogan. | 't W. Prentis was elected secretary became then and there the Nelson W.

action by the Kissimnoee Board of I to use for advertising purposes, and ? Fifty million dollars at a crack for good roads would make temporarily. The following perma- Aldrich of the local law making

Trade to secure a reversal of that decision it i is likely that this arrangement will any Northern State sit up and rub its eyes. The idea is big "I nent officers were elected: D. R.Blenis. body. He was ably assisted by certain .' ,

BO that a recommendation for he made. Mr. Clark is thoroughly enough to offset any absence of iron or copper. Such a cam- president; F. II. Lawson, vice Dalzells and Payne and Can-

an appropriation might be secured. acquainted in the territory through paign means that Florida believes in herself which is the first {: president; J. W. Prentis, secy-treas.; ions who will not sit in that distinguished -

The Board of Trade has been handlingthe which he proposed to exhibit the film, I step in getting other people of the same mind. :.I.vSti'S : and G. F. Kribbs, attorney.The body after the first meeting .

matter with the! Florida members .and has employed this method of I following' were elected on the in April. A new regime will be in-

r ,of Congress and the Board of chair-Engineers publicity be able to before.valuable He said returns he would for >Mh_................................................. -...... AS---.OJJJ. . . . . . .......... .-. -. .. .. .... I executive board: A. S. Gilbert, S. L. whether augurated.the It remains members to be Democratic seen .)
through C. A. Carson, get I Lupfer, N. C. Bryan, Dr. Winn, H. C. new are
I man of the Transportation Commit-I I the Kissimmee section through the 1 I Stanford, J. W. Harris and Dr. or Republican rather, ,
tee. Mr. Carson has 1!: use of this picture, and he secured live towns it might become necessary of the meeting. Last year a similar Rivers. whether they are free traders or protectionists '

getting the hearing on the Kissimmee '.'the favorable l action of the Board to to pay man for the time lost from trip was taken by the society to Cuba I The system which has been in use and here is how it cornea ,

matter deferred for another thirty this end. It is intended to relieve I bu ine..... This would be just, and and everyone claimed that they had a for twenty-three years, is acknowl- about. t 44

days, and he has received informationthat Manager Woodbeck of the expense of nothing more than right, in some most enjoyable time. This trip will edged by the leading business men of During the past season Kissimmee "
be used the cases. Frequently the best of ball be a longer one and will include a has been delightfully free from the ..
that by
the Board of Engineers may the film, so can the country to be a perfect one, and
visit Kissimmee before a decision l is Board whenever and wherever the op- ]players is found in a man who i is de- visit, to the much talked of "Big that it will be of benefit to have it in invasion of tent carnivals and tent ..'

reached. The visit of the engineersis portunity is presented for a productive pendent upon daily or weekly wages. Ditch" in Panama, and a stop-over at 1 operation here. shows of all classes. Councilman
of it. To follow a season through might Kingston, Jamaica, taking eleven deys Lee's license ordinance kept them ,! .' n
dependent upon a visit of general employment By this system each individual i is
inspection to Florida which is under I' Manager Woodbeck assumed the responsibility cause him greater loss than he could for the trip. Members anticipating put on record showing how many out. The tax was so high that none \ :
afford to to the cause. It is be- : taking this trip should notify the
could afford
the give to it-and they
of picture
contemplation. The several members having places they trade, what amount of: pay pass-
lieved that this contingency could be Secretary, Mr. E. O. Painter, Jacksonville I
shown ed Kissimmee The councilmen \
of the Florida delegation have been made and it i is assured of being credit they obtain and how they pay by. .
provided for without any great cost, Kla., and, send in their member- have called down their r
invited by the Board of Trade to In one or more of the regularly established -I j each firm with which they have credit upon .
) and that the to be earned ship fee of $1. All members are giv- "
the circuits of motion picture revenue the unanimous condemnation of the
and get acquainted with dealing, and are rated prompt pay, :
come needs BO that they might more intelligently theaters. After this round is com- would more than pay for the expenseof : en the advantage of any special rates fair pay, slow pay or no pay: ., kiddies, fo'r they have been unable '

urge an appropriation. pleted the film will then be turned the clubs if this rule were adheredto. that may be made.Don't Nearly all towns of the state have< to see a circus or any sort of a tent
the date of the meet-
Claud F. Johnson has received ovr, t.a'the Board of Trade for further forget the system so that a person moving show-not' even a merry-go-round: ,
Secretary letters from several of the I use. It looks as if the purchaseof In speaking of the subject a promi- ing, and don't forget to send in your from one place to another, all the< and some of the older ones have voiced 1

I all the film will to be a good nent citizen of Kissimmee said: "I membership fee. standing their objection to the general embargo
r Florida representatives, and they prove merchant has to do to get hit -
V. a desire to accept the Invita- advertising investment for the Board. : didn't attend the ball Kis- is to turn to his rating book and placed on tent shows. From other
express simmee last season because the game DOCK COMMITTEE towns there cones, however, a decided
I il the customer's rating. The trad-
but Congressman Sparkman get :
'tion, was not interesting to me. I."..... commendation'' of the Kissimmee
without con- ing public should insist that the ,
the only one who accepte out to the park several ,times, and 1 I peo- council's action. In Lakeland for x
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ditions attached. His letter follows: MAY ORGANIZE FOR MEETS TOMORROWCITIZENS ple with whom they trade give them :. J.
Haw men playing on the Klssimmei entitled example\ the big. auditorium has been
such to
rating as they are so "
Tampa, Fla., March 26, 1913. team whom I didn't know at all, and that their rating be known. compelled to close down, and in a '
F. Johnson, Secretary, I unable to get pride or may statement i issued the :
Mr. Claud SUMMERJASEBALL was up any WILL CONSIDER PLANS The credit rating book places the to public tent s.'t
, Board of Trade, Kissimmee, Fla. enthusiasm over the games. I quit shows were given as the cause of it, J
honest and prompt person in a po-
. bear Sir: I am in receipt of yoursof going. I believe there were many sition that every merchant can discriminate as follows: t' b

the 16th instant kindly extending others who took the same view of it. BY THE CITY ENGINEER. between those who and "It is with great regret. that we are i d{
. to me an invitation to visit Kissimmeeat THERE'LL BE NO PAID PLAYERS I like baseball; in fact, I km a little pay compelled to announce the closing of .( It'' ,
those who do and this "ts a benefit -
be arranged to suit the the subject; and it would note the _
a date to dippy on I creditor Chautauqua Auditorium from this
alike to both and debtor.It .
convenience of Senators Bryan and please me much to see a good team organized W. B. Makinson, chairman' of the date, so far as nightly picture exhibitions ,
Is now to one who wants
Fletcher, Congressman Clark, and myself POSSIBLE TO INTEREST BUSINESS among the home .boys and a Citizens Dock"Committee appointedby a good credit up ; record every in the Credit ,and, .other popular .price! entertainments I:
making the HS THE SPORT IF them and the
for the purpose of MEN series arranged between are concerned. The
the City Council to consider the Rating Guide to call upon anyone
trip down the water to or near Lake PROFESSIONAL PLAYER IS home boys of the nearby towns. The causes for this action upon our part ''I
for dock submitted they may owe and pay up so that they
Okeechobee. Replying, I beg to say KEPT OUT OF IT. thing to do to insure the success of plans a as by have good credit record.' which have been many and long. re- 'ii .

, that it will give me' great pleasure tot i 1 such a league would be to get the City Engineer R. H. Ludlam, has been may Each subscriber a is furnished with peated, may be summed up in this 1 &

- accept the same, and when I return season business men of this town and the called to meet at Mr. Makinson's letters to send delinquent debtors that fact: After the large number of I, J:.

to Washington, which I expect to do i| Baseball. is drawing near, other' towns!, interested at the outset office tomorrow afternoon at 3:30.: he may have on his books, giving them stockholders have invested a large j ..'
. in a few days. I will confer with these and the fans are already talking about: and put the managerial power in their The committee composed of Mr. due' notice to adjust their accounts, amount of money in the enterprise, t I .

gentlemen with a view to arranginga 'plans for having the sport. I I hands, and let the boys do the playing Makinson C. A. Carson, C. W. Grif- so that no one can claim that there not with the prospect of reward, but
, date which, of course, must at the that this preliminary I lo believe it could be financed I solely with a view to furnishing a '
It likely
a j is i fin, A. E. Donegan and W. B. Harris. was an injustice done him after the r't.' 1
same time be satisfactory and convenient discussion will result in the organization without' the slightest chance of loss The committee will attempt to reach hooks are published and distributed.The clean, well conducted Auditorium for 1

to the Board of Trade. of a league among the townsof I and in fact, I think that the season a conclusion without delay and make meetings of the association will the benefit of the community and of : {it

, Thanking you for the invitation, this immediate section under a '\ might Ix-1 rounded out with money left report to Council which meets Tuesday be held in the council room at 2:30: the sufficient size to meet any demands ..'I-
and with assurances of regard 1 am, system that will eliminate the hired 1 in the treasury to start on next season made upon it, we had reasonably
evening. the first Tuesday of each 1
m. on
, Yours very truly, player and secure the permanency of 1\ I hope to see the suggestiontaken I Mr. Makinson stated today that he p.month hereafter. This work has the I hoped and expected the City Council r t';
I S. M. SPARKMAN. in the other towns. Let'sget would bone't
the league. up had made two attempts to get the hearty support of all the business men : sufficiently appreciate the "

Since Mr. Sparkman is the chairman I Those who are locally interested, busy and see what can be done.This committee together, but had been unable of the town, and should accomplish fits to the city and the sacrifices made ,4 1
is passed on in the hope of I the stockholders to least accord J ]
by at
of the Rivers and Harbors Com- at least some of them, have seen the I to secure a full attendance ,on great good.DRAINAGE. I 1
in the or-
interest plan '
mittee this work falls more directlyin folly of attempting to have baseball arousing i account of some of the committeemen I I decent! protection to the enterprise. "t'11'' ,j

his special province than with the with the hired player as a figure in ganizing a league for summer amusement being absent from the city. The "Contrary' to this, and in the face ,?

other members, and while it i is hoped the scheme. Several attempts have What do we hear? I plans submitted by the engineer con- DITCH of our earnest protest, the Council a I

t that all members will find it convenient been made to organize a league. At template the reclamation of some have allowed several cheap "carni- ., l'

to make the trip, it is recognized once there was an effort on the partof HORTICULTURISTSMEET Ihree acres of land for the city and NEARLY COMPLETEDCONTRACT vals" to locate near us, without license "
consequence that all, or several, of the clubs form- the construction of a concrete dock, and practically free of any cost .": ,

r of tative more Sparkman obtain a RepreSen-\ ing the circuit to get semiprofessional IN DELAND at a total cost of $19,300. IS EXPECTED TO BECOMI'1LETI'I I whatever. This too, in the only season : [
V of the when have
knowledge of what -s players. This resulted in a collapsed $ fsgfWoswoBd year we might ," ,
) IN THE COURSEOF hoped for a profit over running ex- l''
to and lack of interest, ,
: Mr. Carson who was selected go 1 1r treasury a THE TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL I I, "
and present the claims Ir | for the people as i.. rule will not turn 0004000400440000000 A FEW WEEKS. penses. ,1
to Wash.ngton ON I
MEETING The motion in Kis-
Kissimmee Board of Trade out to see ball games when they are 4 -r- picture men
of the : available or two of TUESDAY, APRIL 29. TERIFFIC DISTRESS simmee are concerned as to what the
himself with all able to recognize only one
has equipped their home BY FLOOD TfND FIRE The municipal drainage canal new Council will do about the tent ,
information to establish the commercial 1 the players that represent which. i is being opened by ContractorJ. show tax. They do not want the r
does not -
t' needs of a navigable-at-all- teams. This objection apply The Valley Gazette has received Middltffnas
P. is
nearing comple-
While the Valley Gazette high license fear '
repealed. They of
oj .1M to of to professional ball. frj f
\ times channel from Kissimmee course, from E. O. Painter, secretary tion. few weeks remain before '
.. ; ,, influence with notice makes no attempt news Dyt a I that their own business will be so re- : I
through have
traffic H does a great
Lake Okeechobee. The i 1 I team. of the Florida State Horticultural of a general character, being essentially the traction ditcher will have plowed i duced as to seriously interfere with ) ;
wonderfully of amateur
increased the support an
I these waters has local the through the remaining part of the
r two and Ho it comes about that some of the Society, that the twenty-sixth annual a newspaper, j their success. The motion picture f
during the past year or I gigantic loss of life and property route laid out for it. I theaters in Kissimmee afford good entertainment 1e
r in Kissimmee are will take at DeLand
increase conservative men meeting
the prospect for still greater in several of the western states The work has gone steadily forward and well y Ott
are conducted -
suf- the organization of a Auril 29. The meeting will
_ is such that it is thought to be i talking Tuesday, *. this week can hardly be passed from the beginning made at the lake I I and Council should do all that .'"
the of teams from Or- i continued through Wednesday, I F
composed be '
even league
ficiently strong to impress > without mention. The cities of and shortly after Christmas. The be .1// "
I can reasonably done to protect '
I Kissimmee, Lakeland, and the forenoon of Friday
the figures lando, Sanford Thursday
_ Board of Engineers when and Plant City fora Omaha, Neb., and Dayton, 0..0-. calculations for. its completion have their business. What will Council do ::; I 4
;q are put before that body. Bartow, Leesburg and following. have suffered in such great measure been borne out with accuracy. It was with it T The question is one of much t'' ,: :; ?
that will of the and
who arouse is prettiest
series of DeLand one
the game
The value of giving men that the full extent of the said that the job would be done in local interest. ? h
: 't'
J. the hold the interest of the respectivetowns most attractive inland towns in the .",
: ,1'are to pass on the quest'on' opportunity ruin is not yet known, the first three months, and so it will if nothing ,I -
cond.tion as well all through the season. They State. It is the seat of the John B. I'
to see the II I from a tornado a'nd the other happens to hinder progress in its ordinary 'I' h'
,_ learn some believe that there will be ample support Stetson University, and it will be Death of Mrs. James TindelL : "
as the opportunity to from flood and fire. It is estimated course. '
devel- for the league if affairs are worth the trip to see the buildings i ,{
i well : 1
thing at first hand of the great i that the number of lives Mrs. James Tindell died at her home I:
; opment that Is planned, and managed as they ''should be. They and equipment of this fine lost was three thousand and the I The Messrs.' Coon, who have been in the Boggy Creek district Thursday 1 .!

,I__ in progress, on the line of the waterway recognize the prohibition of the hired i school to say nothing about the horti- extent of the property damage spending the winter in Kissimmee at afternoon at 1 o'clock. She was 1 "jj,:

1 can hardly be overestimated, and player as the first essential. All of cultural meeting. no less than a hundred million |I the home of Mr. Ferrell, have returned 65 years of age, and is survived by f. Jp

a strong effort will be made to get the towns mentioned have talent The Entertainment Committee of of dollars. Telegraphic communication to their home in Sioux City. They her husband and five children. The

:= \ the engineers to make the tripIt enough in them to muster a good DeLand la preparing. for all of the with Dayton was cut I are enthusiastic fishermen and found funeral was to fee held this afternoon r

",is not improbable that the entire team. The first thing necessary entertainment that the members can off for several. days and up to the the fishing so good in the lakes that I,from the"home. The family are old

Florida delegation will find time dur- would be the forming of an association indulge in and not conflict with. the hour of going to press has not |I they were enticed to remain longer citizens of Osceola county, and the "

ing the summer to come and make ;with a competent board of gov- regular' meeting. been satisfactorily established.. t than they 'had intended. f After having news of Mrs. Tindell's death' will ,. + ,

the inspection. It is hoped, however, ernors, or directors, to make rules Af present there is a movement on Such disaster partakes of the I tried all the famous fishing re- bring sorrow to many. h

that the Board of Engineers will make and regulations and arrange for their foot to wind up the horticultural meet- '* character of a national calamity sorts In Florida they pronounce Kis 13

a favorable recommendation before strict enforcement. It should be pro- ing with an excursion to Panama, and calls for ready sympathy and .simmee the best, and expect to comeback The Sunday morning sermon at the I t i

4 t that time. In any event Mr. Carson vided that no players should be em- stopping at Colon, Panama Kingston help from the more fortunate as'soon aa they can steal away Baptist church will be about Saul of

t, will present his figures and argumeatB ployed, that none ahould' engaged: Jamaica, and Havana, Cuba. The sections of our common country. from business. They made numerous Tarsus, and at night Dr Holt will. -.I V

to the Board within the next except home talent. In order to secure steamer will leave Key West on May ; friends here who will give them a tall about Saul king of IaraeL: The .

d J, thirty dayi. I the beat to be had in the respec- 3rd, which will jet fit.Into the ,date 000000000 ********* warm welcome [when they. return. I two. Sauls. EverybodyI ,, w-.f,come,1 .,i

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Revealed grieve 'silently for months. I deduce MOTOR CAR CO. MAY I
these conclusions from watching

. as he bowls: lie doesn't appear to be LOCATE IN KISSIMMEE '
- - interested! in the game,. but at anytime lm rl '
Scores 1 J
in j
Bowling I he can tell you the scores of the l'lLZt' : S: iThe I'I ,

t other players. If he g'ets beat at one, liOAKI) ) OF TRADE: RECEIVES INQUIRY -

1 .. _...... ._. ._. 1 game he bowls like fury until he has WHICH MAY LEAD TOnSTABLlSHINO. .
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. :-- ',: -""- 'lly 3. II. UEESE.: '. -"--, --,:..!_redeemed\ his score, but he never relaxes FACTORY. i ri ) tW.M111ID'j!!
i a musilo or changes-his' expi-ei; ; : __..;, -, -Q,(

Bowling has hit Kissimmee pretty i I "Zooks!" exclaimed I, "but you are j I lion. And the longer he bowls the '.

: hard, and everybody's doin it. Not j a marvel. Let's hear some more better he his shots
I i gets, sending!' more The Board! of Trade has received
absolutely! everybody, but enough to about it, for you've sized that fellow ': deftly and precisely with each succeeding an inquiry from the Smalley MotorCar *"

make it a majority of the live ones, 1 up to a'T." t.hrow. lie's the kind of man Co. of Lincoln, Neb., asking about f>

and it's interesting to watch them. I I "Mind you, I am only reading the_ don't would A-
you want to anger. lIe the advantages offered by Kismmmee- fITYi of this Bank is to serve your
j Even the ladies and of scores," said my philosopher "I 1 am
young Rome
never forget an injury, but hewouldn't for the location of a motor car facto %
the older ones are taking an interest, no marvel, nor any sort of u wonder flan- up and hit you. He I ( ? interests best.Striving .

1 e, and it's a good,thing, for the exercise; I am merely reading as they write. taut for the wheels to go round, and I vTin- letter say.: "\\VaiieleMiousof

I makes health, and health is nine tr That's( all}' man's piivilege The he would land on you some day and in Iloiitla: mar the nntiinf ,. in every transaction to attain this ideal is responsible ;
i h be prized than much fine .>ld. cotes ate publicly pasted, und when I
g catch in a tight place and and in business.
you / squeeujou the State m the motor eat for its steady growth
,' I was attracted a few days ago as ,, anyone plugs here he lays himself to deuth--"
I have IHTIInitricslot
itI, and
"motoi, truck IIUMIII-.s,
f 1 sat in Miller's bowling pl.icv by a liable to such criticism, and it is not ,, of service we offer safety for
I I I "Hold on, said I. "This thing isgetting in the location of K>"--sim With this perfection j
"i I philosophical in the least unfair for it might be
appearing gentleman : '' (i to be unpleasant. All that Im"'e would l be> glad to have you, '
'I who watched the scores with such a 'the means of interpreting one's own' your account.
{ you say may be true, but I'd rather in fin'mat ion of what the town and
great care that I ventured to ask him weakness to himself and] thus cause 1p
not know much about my neighbors"I ,inuitr\ around would afford along It will be advantageous for you to carry an active ; .
I if he was Interested In the jfa I' O. I him to improve hit ways wonder if you really can tell anything this. line We have been in the above

"Not directly," ha said "hut In.ll- "(' ntinuinK my observations I I about a man by the way he- business hl'for several \tais and reserve account with us.

J-ectly I am It i is interesting to observe I' should say that the man' who ditchedhis bowls"' are looking for a location south; "

how a man's character) m exhibited ball a moment ago is sentimental'I ----- --- -\ 'r was itifiiii-il tot the com
t even in bowling There are I and somewhat superstitious and is .
New Enterprises
BIG 1 nut tee on :Manufactures
some people who don't believe in hipped by what Home choose to call F. 11 Law sou than'man We Pay 4 per cent on

phrenology, palm reading and the like. I the occult influences I have watched I _:

They don't seem to umlerstajid! that him with much interest, from day to REAL ESTATE CLOSED Time Deposits .

the character is written in so many !''da) On occasions he comes here and : TAMPA WILL HAVEKISSIMMEE'S

ways that it can be read by any who (,Illy. a splendid game; again he will ELECTRIC BURGLAR ALARMS
may have the perseverance in becoming ,' make the most miserable stores He- j HELP

acquainted with all such manifestations does his poorest work when in a pinch, VISION TO OWN)hKS OF LAKESHORE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES

Now, I tan sit herr and I' and he howls better when there is nti : ADDITION.
watch this bowling and tell you the one present than when several 1 are LOC\1.( Iii) \Rl) WILL DOLL I'OS:; .

; kind of men who are engaged in the looking on. He is sensitive and selfIOIISIKIUS ljio-ulent, Paul K. Weaver Cashier
:;;-1B1.I''OhEEI'T.\\II'\; ) : i : i Arthur E. Donegan ,
game. If be makes a brilliant This I week has chronicled the tinsel
1.01'OI.I.ETOJ:; : ; I () {. ,
t "Kor example that little short chap shot and there. is some comment from of another! impuitunt deal in city real I I
,the he : + M i in I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ii'I I' < H+++++MI I 11111 I ii 111111 I I I n .
there who has just made a strike always bystanders is pretty apt to estate, bung the sale of the 15 I', -

piles up a good store I lie make_ an exceeding/ poor oijo the
1(1tller subdivision of the Walters Ad i I Idition A mull foi htlp-fiom the J.unpiln '
ranges between I 1KO und :22.1!:! every next time, 01 go into t the ditch alto- cncumtenl thu o'lal..1/ ii uni-o" I IIoal'- tin. only, ll. I I' \KM 1 FOlt1.1:; -..
to L. A. Hamilton, F. I I'. Hunter 'ml of 'Nude I to |
game his is high, and he gel. t her.i I have observed, too, that if
j ; average I
whenunitv nmapphedm
im is >
,attain, of CiMigiess mil 1''ld",1'Taft t plut'| | |
: never fails to make good!. )He) doesn't het..h. (,,, the ,I hall, which" stands H W :Meiklejon and Lt. (Col Im.itid on croud loud, 1 I in hanging tin iiistnnis illlints j iillt) ,KMI I I' \llllltl unit' HI' 1t In/ Mil' ; 11,1,b' from i i",it\ I hunts. good five-room
always get what he after but next to the high end of the frame, (;onion TI1l'1 t transaction 'Ia
goes was consummated tied haws. l r iieis' darn
: thirty
of I liiinl.i' b.whnh. at hon I duos I \ -a.k. I .of Ltlltd! mini/ "III }
: he takes time for every shot, and he that he will, almost niMiiiahlv strike liy J. I D. Clark and K W .e t Ie', of )l.iinl, luelte of which is in
I I ;a iinpa' was nudi a -uli, -station, w aI1 Inil I 0'1-. I liil-i'I"'I"I, I'eoplm| III till- '
never gets enthusiast or loses hit, the J hall, which stands 'next tij the ,illniitiiiM/ sixty, young orange and
MeiklejonMessrs '.nl hefoie I tinHoiid, of 'fouls'tluulay : 'lown should, not l>t. Iikt-iitd, unlolull' .
head He doesn't bowl aijy better in low end of I the fiaint the 'next shotIbis t" ipcfiuil' I Ire .h. sevens-five peach
: Clark: ami :A'eiklejon an cteiutg. ..I I I ni,IM I' ? .. -nun j/J Ii,,n, lust l pear trees, oneI
1 a pinch than he does when he is ahundred showthe sense of s) mnietrywithin ,
selling agents for tne \Lake Shim,' Iu I .--11111111 "I- thoioughlN, inMil. It dm-'I't in'I I .HI\. mini I to laugh I | tainilv: limo tine' buggy, one
r )points ahead of the gameHe -, bun' He i, a lover of the "tii, I two self harness'' fifty chick-
and the Bud
Addition anil tin Miller pithy with lampa."' H I ll,.,ill toMH ll
'J i is a steady hitter, und it is the liiautiful and would lathei se- the propetivwhich I ten head| ,'altlc and all tools neccHn -
has bun acquired lies Intween 'lied to do "hat'I' iiluKI to help i '111"I iw ii I t"g'' ''- Hlld .i i 'I tutu I, i ,1 i . ,
3 most seldom thing that he ever ;>:1I:I 1 (pinstanding/ up with the :J-4pins just ] in i nit rvit pence. A bargain at
the \Luke Shore Addition and I 1.1I11pa to "ittun( a lull 111! 'ilg<'d i ,'oli hi"-, dui ',\' II to'I.. 'i for term
t ditches lie doesn't take chances lie mi""mgthan to bitlerwhile
the railroad It was considered most i i 110'1'\0"\ of tustiims, 1"', of hating I II.... I....ui I ..: I 1.1", >II' I Iroi.iy 'ti II M llreaker & Co.
always for the end of the the of the
goes high; mailing regularity
desirable to acquire the Miller to do with a ili piit\' tolltrLl, and "' Mow IIIMI'/ and! i v |"n i -. .
frame and i if he doesn't get a strikehe frame. I take him to be exceedingly prol''ly. l
( sinct it adjoined the Lake Slit,cc_|HHl to .latksuiiMlle for old Ills. 'l'he 1 It t i- i'a i 1'1'i tn make t \ II:I:IIl
plays with that method for impractical in the affairs of life Heis
Addition and IIIJII'.I"'e of till. oct of (Ollgltss IS sugnat get out old! >dig\\ for oui town I I -" . .. ,,,, l 'i.n i. Ill. Beggar Weed
i .a spare; if he fails on the spare thenhe's intensely loyal where his affections was naturally a ion ,, I." .I,. ..I.,. .1 ,., 0. 'imid line Chicken
tailed! for the 1Ila,1'Oh'lI111ato"
that it ) not .iki this '. ,
; tinuution of the trait mi air I'O't"/ in n 11 I' IB \\ II Ip uorwlli.
got the high pins to his credit. are concerned, and would like to ,, that the Board of '(lade l 1.. I Id, ,,..,,,, J.i I.,.. liu MIXed fs 60Vilvrt .
town "y> wishing.
) That fellow is methodical, and some have a (flower garden with a splashing/ All of the purthaseis are well .I.I.",. I '. "" it n, HUH, H"an*
gate It. I the I own \\ tin. h thlow_ 0,1.\i, a MuIfi ', I,t) Sql' tf I ', ,,mm'ii.'r. Conch anil
day he will be worth a good lot of fountain in the midst of it, and music known in Kishimme with the possibly I , ,n ,1 ti 1 clm\ I'hufits tl It pk
,: property; he will never be rich, but and beautifully gowned women strolling f-Me-ption of 'ol.. Gordon; lie recently --- 'l lyloni hit, anything( :I I I'.: I : mint. , II 1 i'I,!' SOanfl. :.+I h ft,00. Impl.nI
I II 1.1.US: Junk drab ,is make lui/ numbers ofline .iintro I.L.ii i.i rrnan Millet\
i he will always have tobacco in his / hither and yon through a mansion spent some time heie as the guestof 1",1111, m "n." :--'JIII"'r' ., and Sorghum
( old tobacco box." of Moorish architecture, but he will ('apt Fred Hunter He is soon to SUI:Ki-sted: h)' Powell liiuinl, "o(Tadl'I lhian min of ;" ..1. .
mettle 11,1.11111: S|-ai: :" I U. "I..e cat,. Kla.
"Marvellous;' I said "You've got never have money enough to purchaseeven retie from the I Indian army, and said !I 1t-4t fim

him down pat, and it all comes out a log cabin by the poroest lane." when he was here that he was goingto / I'unI'urugruph\ for Talc, Peevish

of the score" "Gosh"; "! You almost startle me," I, buy a home in or near Kissimmee and Particular People

"Exactly," said my new friend. said I I. "Durn glad that I didn't bowl to come to when his army service was There I are lots of men in this town

':1: "Nothing strange about it at all. I, while you were sitting here. Am a over i il who would not have limbed the ladderof

t'' Now, take the fellow who is bowling 'little bit afraid of talking to you, infact suneshful business, ,if the Board of $1,500 REWARD
with him. You will l>i-alh of Mrs. J. J. Rogers.Mrs !
: observe that'he t But I'd like you to tell me Trade had not steadied! the ladder

,), is bowling an excellent game this { about the other fellow who is bowling Gertrude Bridges Rogers died I Politics never built a city.

time. His score will run up above I'i there, since you've read the others at her home in Kissimmee at 8:30 the I A cow doe-sn't back up acrows the FIleen( Hundred Dollars Reward will be paid for information

II, I 300, but if you, will look back you will like a book." evening of March 2V and was buried cow lot to bt; milked. You cannot

,, see that he fails to. reach the hundred 'I "That is1 quite as easy as the rest," the afternoon of Tuesday, March 25, build up this Town by sitting down' leading to -the arrest and conviction! of the party or parties who mur-

I tl\ mark frequently. He i Is an emergency said my i'aformer.' "That man is at' Rose Hill. The funeral services crossing your hands and waiting for dered Carl Hilliard and Raymond Harris.

I man,' and, does his best work when (II given to moroseness bordering upon were conducted ,from the residence by it to happen. L. H. INGRAM

he has to do it or lose. I'veseen' him j I melancholia,. but he never gives dow>>. Rev. A. M. Chisholm, pastor of the Our town is all right since the ,

'?; make six straight strikes when the i 1 lie would like to cry some times but Christian church. knockers have left. Sheriff Osceola County.

score was going against him. When he doesn't, for while he is given to Mrs. Rogers was horn in Comanche I development of this Town is no |

this is not the case he bowls along i brooding he strikes back at fate and County, Texas October 5, 18K4, and one man's duty I Raymond

I j. carelessly first on one side of the I hits hard, just as he drives at those was married to Mr. Rogers in Yukon, I IOkla. If -tiangur don't like the weather "'

I frame and then on the other, in a I; balls through that frame of pins, He's ., October 5, 1902.! Her husband \till him to forget ,itI Harris :'
disconcerted manner, without taking got vigor and unflagging/ energy but and three children, Edgar, Ethel and I I TIII town's development is the :

any care of how he shoots, and without : he doesn't conserve it. He could knock Birdie, survive her I town's opptirtuint who was !

I the slightest method. This man IK an I those pins down with one-fiftieth of The Rogers family came to Kis- I Our, 'I own will In just what we I

. easy liver He will never worry himself the force that he puts behind his simmt'e in September of last year I "make, it. with Carl 1

c about affairs so long as he has I| shots' but he is interested in the with the purpose of making this place I Ilus '1'011'1 I fan' mm is the whole f

t enough to eat and wear and sufficient game and he is unconscious of the their home They had formed town's liusmes1ou -. l i HilliardI i 1

I money to supply his immediate wants I amount of energy that he is expending merous acquaintances' who will nU-1 .... IIC'l"M'l' allY "lei Let"signs\ ( I when I

If something should happen to wake in pounding those harmless pinsto in ,'xt'ndtill', most profound on Easy StitetII murdered !

him up it will be found that he is a splinters. lie is not hard heat ted )pathy to the bet, caved husband and lakes' ti-um wo> k to build up this II but I

man of real ability and can produce but he is undemonstrative and he is ('hild, ('11. The deceased was a mem I 'I'own. A liaseliall, player would l soonlifiithed r e Y, y>r .
results i if some great incentive stands i not susieplible He could hear the her of the I "
Christian church and possessed I" if he did not oeeassmnally I w hose.bad j ,
I behind him and moves him and he piteous tale of a beggar or the cries many lovely attributes of character make u sacrifice( hit.

might under such circumstances I of an infant without showing the The husband was much im- The 1 villtiKc-, 'utupthe city, e'njij has never I

achieve great success. lie is no or- ,slightest interest in their welfare. He pres..eclith. the' considerate attentions j necrIOILTIM, "

b dinary man. What he needs m in- 'is not emotional, but he feels deeply. extended him and his family I tin knockers. us wi forgive/ been re- -+

centive.. Maybe a smart, attractive lie could look upon the dead face of theperson during the illness of his wife, and I oui'selves. --
ambitious woman would put him on nearest to him without thetwitihing I | covered.Rr .
wishes to return his heartfelt gratitude Unity tt unts. Once a hand master

I, his mettle." of a muscle, but he would to his 'newly found filends msisUil that all slide, trombones lie r rY


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a very cheap. ::. ber lands cheap*

: .f"' -----.- -- <: TWENTY ACRES, near town ; all cleared and under cultivation : :,>

J/;/ Correspondence dwelling house, barn and good chicken coops; fine place for : .

ti' ;; Solicited *<> poultry I yard.. .". Telephone

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JOLLY LOT OF GUESTS <\ MAKES BUSY SCENE 60 'acre 1/\ mile from railway station on main line.of the.Atlantic ''

Coast Line R. R. in Oseeola County, Florida 6J/j'mie! from
ROYALBAKING fCissimmee;' 20 acres in cultivation:'4-room house, good (table*, ,3 "!; nr

t KISSIMMEE PLEASED tTHEM ''acres of bearing-grove, 2 acre' of younger orange trees coming on'and ; ,

[ACTIVE DEMAND FOR PRODUCT 484 grapefruit tree'just planted out last season.. This is exceptionallyfine .
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citrus fruit land also good farming land. t

;;, SAID THEY HADNT SEEN TIlE LAKESIDE VENEERING MILLS Cheap At $5,000, on favorable terms of I payment.
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We also have 57 acre of land one block from railway ,
s STOPPED AT THE CITY .OF INDUSTRIES THAT HELP TO f/4! mile from the above described place; ha five acre' of bearing a

,: THE GOOD NAME. POWDER f MAKE TOWN PROSPEROUS.- orange tree*.. several baring grapefruit tree-and --grapefruit-- trees-' -----'-;--.---, .
-- ----- -- -;; planted out last 'season; about 15 acre of land beside this that i ia ",

cleared to be planted to fruit next season; a part of this farm is l lower :' ; "
, i And the hardware men came, and Absolutely Pure While some of Kissimme's leisurely Jand in the artesian belt fine for trucking or'for raising ribbon cane' to : l

y -t' were entertained and had a good time, citizens are talking about securing make syrup. This property is cheap at $6,000. Favorable term of ;,,

end were a Jolly lot. So they were. industries to create weekly payrollsand payment. t

Kissimmee hat never had better Economizes ,Butter, Flour, bring money into local circulation -NRCO- .
A. S. Reed, owner of the Lake- Non-resident Farm and Grove-We have 240 acre of land located ; I
humored crowd! is her guests than the Eggs; makes the food more I side Veneering Mills is giving a busy on public highway, about I IJ-4! miles from railway station, Convenient I

delegates to the convention of retail appetizing and wholesome example of the kind of industry that to school and church has a 6-room house and business house .

hardware dealers who passed through fills the bill in this respect. on the corner of the farm good neighborhood 2 acres of bearing "

Saturday on a tour, after having concluded I The factory is not a large one, but orange trees and 450 grapefruit trees planted out last season. Land in I I

their deliberations at. Jackson- The only Baking Powder made it is selling the product as fast as it fine condition for planting about 300 more trees, a magnificent place to '

14 .me. from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar can be manufactured at the rate of develop. Title to place is held by an Ohio man. who will sell for $40
The special train on which they I from six hundred '
to seven per acre and give favorable terms of payment. '"
were traveling arrived at 11 o'clock I I crates a day. Ten hands are employed -NRCO- ,

and the visitors were greeted by a I at the mill, and their's is an active 50 acres of land about a quarter mile from the city limits of Kis '.

large gathering at the station1. Preparations I if not strenuous life from the six simmee., rich fertile land dark gray ash soil with splendid chocolate
had been made for their com -- - -- -- o'clock whistle Monday morning until s
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balance land ,
subsoil, more than half citrus fruit land the trucking ;
ing. All the automobiles that were I pleasant incident of the tour occurred Co., Horton & McIntosh: Reeder Bros., 'I the knocking off signal sounds Satur- free and cleat from debt; worth $50 per acre. {'

available had been assembled at the at Lakeland, when an automobilewas I lIu ton Hardware Co, Welch Hard- day.The A party living in Minneapolis Minn., owns this property will sell it}

station and took' : the visitors immediately upset resulting in painful injury I ware Co., Sample Hardware Co., New [ operation of the machinery is for $1,000 cash, the balance from one two seven years time to suit.
on a'ride around the town. to three or four members of the Castle. most interesting and the sight is well\ purchaser.
There were not enough machines to I party. 'worth the time of who
i New York-C. H. Jantz, New York; ; -NRCO-
carryall the crowd at once, but short I i wishes to see the veneering machine
The committee on entertainment at I North Carolina-U. B. Blalock, H. : We have also a ten-acre tract with slight improvements 3 tniles
tours were made with the result that Kissimmee, composed of the local W. Liles Wadesboro.Illinois .1 I I in action. To do this it is necessary' from the city limits that we can' sell for $525. Many other splendid J'
all had a'ride and saw the town sufficiently hardware dealers and several I to get up ead)', for the wood blocks with
members ': bargains. We also have several places for rent,.. some of them
to l become -Joseph E. Vorhees, Bush- :,
enthusiastic over that spend the night in 'a steam bath
of the Board of Trade :
managedthe few loans
't growing We also have an opportunity to place a t
its favorable location and beauty. The I: nell; C. H. Williams Streater; H. A. crops.
must be worked while they have thenecessary
affair'reditably., and distributeda 10 interest the l leaner.
from $500 $2500 cent to
ranging to at
C.-H. per
Kissimmee Concert Band I Squibs, C. E. Gant, Rice, C. E.
gave a conceit flexibility.
souvenir booklet containing) cuts and Good titles and safe Correspondence solicited.
absolutely security.
and this feature of the entertainment descriptive matter about Kissimmeethat Wright, J. C. Shubert, A. P. Doery, To begin with the blocks which are I

pleased the guests much. Kissimmee I should prove of benefit in advertising Fred Rutrmg Chicago; S. W. Walsh, furnished from the woods in thirty- NELSON REALTY COMPANY ..'" i

was the only town on the I this section. The funds. were Elgin; J. P. Sambert Konokee; Chas. '' Inch/ lengths are taken from the airtight ,
route that gave them a concert and raised by popular subscription. Johnson, Peoria; David Weileff- MO-I'I shed in which they have been Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA.

they had many good things to say I ry; Edward !Mier Chicago; C. J. 'steamed. The burk is peeled off in .
about that organization. A long The party was composed as follows: ens, J. N. Vowter Salem; H. Daniels, an instant and the block is placed be-

table had been spread under the station North Dakota-R. S. Miller, Mel- Jerryville; J. C. Dean and wife, Jer- : tween two cores which hold it fast
ville A. J. Smith,.and wife Corrington
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shed covered with home grown i| ryville. I and the machine is started. This
C. N. Barnes, Grand Forks Pe-
products, celery* from the Aultman'' ; ; Indiana M. S. and wife A. '
Corey gives the block a rapid rotary motion.It
ter Paulson, Willow] City. 'Let Ploof Show the Proof"We
Gardens and citrus fruits from the S. Towns and wife H. P. Shuts and is then brought in contact with the "
I' Minnesota I). H. Evans Tracey;
surrounding groves. These were wife. Argos; G. W. Roole, Milton; C. blade, which peels the wood off in __ - '_- _u_
H. O. Roberts, Minneapolis; A. T.
gathered in with alacrity. There F. Yoont Farmlands; C. W. Freyberger thin slabs-so thin that you can almost are State Representetives for the
Steb !ins, Rochester; J. C. Stahlman, .
were no formal ceremonies whatever I and wife, Indianapolis; II. T. Ben- see through them, until the
St. Paul C. H. Jordan Jordan James L
though there were some impromptu ton, Centerville; : J. Thomas, Cow. : block is reduced to the size of the BEST in PUMPS GAS .
Frazer, St. Paul; George Mason, St.
speeches glittering with wit and glowing Peter. I an; H. M. Bahis Lafayette; E. Bor- cores which hold it in place. Then All Kinds Stationary and Marino ',.
with the festive spirit of the oc- ,, ritt Lawrenceburg; O. S. Torbett and the machine is stopped an dthe blockis
cassion. It was needless to enquire Kentucky-B. J. Dorman, Danville; wife, Columbus City; W. J. Von Beren thrown into a pile to be split up and

if the visitors enjoyed the outing. I J. M. Stone Storgis; C. E. Owen, Mad- Bloomington; W. L. Hubbard, for fuel. A man stands by the side Boilers
showed it In fact ison; J. C. Kirchsdorfer, Chas. Ram- Engines, Hoisting Engines \?
They plainly. it I Scottsburg; J. J. Rimsdett Rockport. of the machine with a huge shovel "

would have been hard for them to )I ser, Louisville; J. C. Macin Owens- Nebraska-R. H. McAllister, Grand and catches the thin board as they and Carry a General Line of Suppliesfor '

conceal their pleasure had they tried boro. Island; M. D. Hussie, Omaha; P. W. come out and passes them on to a all Purpose ,
it, and there was no attempt to do Tennessee-M. A. Walker and wife Orndt Blair; M. A. Horgebradd, Holstein wheel barrow in charge of another S"e. F I,

All along the line the 110'1 Covington; W. V. Hagar and wife, ; Nathan Roberts, Lincoln; Dan I hand who wheels them away to a '
ment accorded the visitors was Hartsville; W. C. Phyler, Johnson Cavenaugh Fairburg.Wisconsin I pile where they remain until they are THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO.

cordial. At Winter Park they were '] City. packed as sides for Crates. Another
-O. P. Shafer, Appleton; up 20 OCEAN STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.
met by a caravan of'sixty automobiles 'I South Dakota-E. C. Warren, Mrs. cutting ends
man is engaged in 4t -tpli
E .S. Shoner, Horford; H. E. Prisbee Local and Long Distance Phone.
from Orlando and conveyed E. C. Warren, Pierre; O. W. Anderson at a buzz saw, another fits the frames 1(
\ I and wife. Pine River; J. W. Jones, Racine .
through the country to that place Lane for the ends together and still another ,I
; P. J. Jacobs Stevens Point; G. .
where they enjoyed the hospitality of : Colorado-Edward Arps, Avery; R. tacks the end pieces over the frames. ,
F. :Morton and wife Mineral Pond; J. the Orlando citizens, taking the train C. Mss and wife Boulder. hands
There several other
are engaged -
J. Koeppall, Sheboygan R. J. Rim-
at that point for Kissimmee. From I' West Virginia-W. P. Lewis, Hunt- hold Milwaukee; John Hamilton{; West I in shaping essential parts of the Distance i
KiSHimmee they proceeded to Florence ington; C. W. Sneff, Wheeling.i'ennsylvaniaJ. crate. 296
Allis; B. C. I Davis> Richland County; AdvertisingLong
Villa being/ tendered a picnic lunch'' P. Howe Free- J. Vansech Beaver I Dam. I'I'A large portion of the mill's product -
thereand from there they went to dom; l Dickson & Co., New Castle has been used in the immediate
Lakeland and The hardware Co. E. E. Smith Hardware Iowa-S. C. Abbott and wife Mar- i
Tampa. only un- ,; I neighborhood of Kissimmee this season is the
shall town; C. T. Gadd; and wife.!, Des saying right thingat 4 ,,; 4j
but Mr. Reed ships a goodly lot
:Moines; Frank B. Lormes and wife,
!lof crates to nearby towns. The com- the time
Cisco; W. J. Deering and wife, At- .
pleted crate is home made with the
lantic; J. A. Young, Bellevue; A. B. exception of the tacks and the withes in the right way .. ::;:;,/;
in Every Lele and wife; Moran City; A. J. Hoffman ,
that bind it These Withes come from ; : '{;, ', }
Morray; I. N. Peterson, CounciJ ., ..''l l'is '";.
Uie Maine woods. They are made of We make a BDecialty of planning preparing ', , .
Bluff .R. J. Breckenridge, Brooklyn.
; birch bark, and so far there half! been literature and 'conducting\ campaigns for i I
Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities -

ess Country in the Clarksville Mis'sissippi: M. .Tanks Sommers, Clarksville and wife;, ':,no successful, although substitute many efforts found in or thatdiiittion InMnted and Individuals. t3 I rI

John I E: Sumner and wife, Clarksdale pace been made. 1
U'a I ; Walter Laura, A 10,.11' ('('11.I null the
The \ciUH-iing run nearly LADVERTISERS
0' World ;Michigar) (ChailoKvanloy, lona; yeast thiough There an l lapses

I I' l E, Strong, Battle Cieek; Charles H. I I when) there is a lack of material" but ,I .

:Miller, Flint; Alex Sample Detroit; t there is seldom a done], down for TAMPA FLORIDA

) r 1 ('" E: Reiklin Hay City; A. J. Scott, want of onl<'I" II I i" an iudntrywhich I II I .
/ :Marine (Citx' I is. doing u good bit for KisMirinic ", I I ,rI' t
... ., ,ii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I M H I I I I I I M M Hi I I'I
ISSUED BY ('eorgraR'' (f.i Ramps and wife, ; and Piopiietoi Ro d eseI'.Cicrodit I

StUt<.,tll"o. : fur achii\ing soim-thinu! for. : i Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty '. I
of the lows.t
the material prosperity' '
MinouitV.: C. Cole, Bethany; '!
Waul ( De Soto W. T. Sloop t: ------ i
ompton. ; WHITE 131 ONE ";
their Boards
STATE BANK Too many towns run
Kichwooil, I". X. lUx'cher G.; A. Paul, I
lof Trade, on thehit and miss plan. Is the most enduring monument <
S. HIal.: .'", T. J. Semplc St. Louis; ,
J, :\1. Campbell,,Howling Green. I Like a stopped dUl'k-'orJ..t once in made. Will not get moss-grown, ,
t"l\c- times.
of Alabama-J. R Gamble] and wife crack or crumble.::! Is more artisticand

Wetumpka USE OF CALOMEL less expensive.
Texas-Henry :Mort.: Dallas; R. J.

Harrison, :Memphis; ]lira Williams Write me and I will call.
: :Matador.Aikunsas. JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O. "si
-E. E. Mitchell and wife
Yf 4.en,1 1111111 in 11111 n 1111111111111111111111111111111111
:Mirrillton; C. T. Owen, J. M. Pittman .
For Bilious Attacks, ConntipalioiTandAll -
and wife, Little Rock. Liver Troubles.Iangerousl'alomel -

lives Way to Dodson's i

WILL ASK EXPRESS CO. Liver Tone.Every '
I Low Excursion Rates 1 r
druggist in the State has noticed '
-1 1l.i
'a 1,1 Orange a great falling off in the sale of TO
calomel. They all give the same rea-

OK TRADE WANTS TO son. Dodson's. Liver Tone is takingits ST. PETERSBURG FLA."f

GrovesIN TAKE IIP PACKAGES. "Calomel is often dangerous and VIA ;

people know it, while Dodson's Liver

Tone is perfectly safe and gives better ATLANTIC COST LINE j + .

OSCEOLA COUNTY TODAY The Board of Trade wants to know results," says the Kissimmee DrugCo. Account of

ACREI why it is that the Southern Express .
UNDER $1,000 PER Co. cannot take up packages for shipment Dodson's Liver Tone is personally Fair and Tourist State Week
guaranteed by the Kissimme DrugCo.
I I Just Like as well as deliver them.
I who sell it. A large bottle costs '
This has become
question! more or March 17th to 22d. .
BUYING GOLD DOLLAItS AT A DISCOUNTWe I less acute in Kissimmee on accountof 60 cents and if it fails to give easy -

the refusal of the wagon driversto relief in every case of sluggishness, Excursion Tickets Sold March 18th and 21st. '

receive packages. The drivers you have only to ask for your money Final Limit March 23d. R..,

are offering some plend d Groves at just half of the above claim they are not authorized to do back. It will be promptly returned. Attend the Fair and participate in your Home State Parade j tII

so. Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant II 1

fiprea.c tasting, purely vegetable remedy
Action was taken at the Board of
For information and reservations: call
children and adults.A on
harmless to both
> LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU Trade Monday evening directing the W. GILBERT, Ticket Agent. Kissimmee. Fla. 1 1
Secretary to communicate with the bottle in the house may save you a

express company and the Florida day's work or keep your children from Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland "

: Breaker & Co. Railroad Commission to have the express missing school. Keep your liver T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A
wagon take up freight if it is working and your liver will not keep ,., j1.
I offered While on its rounds of delivery. you from working. IY i -. 4

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FRiDAy MARCH Z'a; 1'813 )
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..-- axe kings nci '
Why are gossips If!
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the counties of the, State, are now queens -
GOVERNOR FAVORS either by taxation' or by funds PARTY RETURNED Stiff Joints I 1 :

raised from bonds engaged, extensively

f PRIZES FOR' F FARMERS Jn road construction, and Improvement FROM FUAUDERDALEREPORT |SprainsBniises| I I a. I

a A .! With the expenditure of the I Ir

large sums of money which Is now application
1 are relieved at once by an !
a being applied and will .in the futurebe of Sloan's Liniment. l>on't
CLUBS TO ENCOURAGED used In even larger amounts for rub Just lay on lightly. 0'

road building, it wiLl be both wise and' ,I ".."Sloan'sIJnhniml linn-dona more bled r f 1
I Lava over -
than nnytliliiif
economical to have the roads of the ROUTE i fur ntllT Jul....... I gut my' baiiil bui'I yo
a THINKS THAT EACH COUNTY counties laid out with system; to have RIiu: AND) CANAL I'' badly bu.lnst(1(110vl list. 1 but. to t liu st+ii wui'It 11 Imuglitat right. I''
"' tilt year.
SHOULD HAVK DEMONSTRATOR : them made of proper materials and ''J IiSl.NKI| ) TO BECOME FA- (llml Unit. 1 winilil" huvo.. HIT
18.11//lo of 1\
1 a \
- Jiuud taken .tI, hilt gut
.Hal MNn TO ASSIST IN UnTTEKIMJCOMHTfONS 1.scientifically constructed. There.: is MOlTS AS PLEASURE JAUNTIIIKCL'Cil j I "luun'.J.illl":1't.!WiIaaLLablurtlsAlu: ....aii .liuyJ 14.,1.. .'

1 ON THE FARM 1110 avenue for !greater waste of public ; IM, VM)) FLORID I 1V1Lrus 1

funds than in .road building, when the Good for Broken Sinews
Jos its, llnilwliiI.| .1., rlt4M :
G. O.
I work is caned on in a slip-shod fashion : -"1 inset Muiui l tiiliiivnt 1 fur, hi.".kinfnuwf. .
= the rally ubiMO the I kuuu cup| ctip, tl liiall \ n Because they have so many .J.--, .
Your Grocer Knows1 Tallahassee/! PrH, -Governor Park without proper skill, a comprehensive Arriving at 'J\il of his system and suitable material."I afternoon Monday: Vpt Clay John Able .... ruauiiiu sink In lose than Uiruu subjects ,
We Know I {suance an- luioldciuU", .
; nook alter (tie
fend vn waul sou to know-ihf* noumed intentioif to give out from. ]believe that the county should ,son's party completed Ihe I''ip). -J\

WHITE CLOVER FLOUR I I time to T-inle for the information of I I ho the. unit for road !building; but to Tt 1 auUcidale\ whil'hs begun SLOANSLINIMENT -

,should, he tostive :larch\ 14.< A Breakfast of Sausage ;
IS BETTER Ihe 1 public. and of the members. of while the lust object the mOI'nil1g. of Sund.iv.

And (I wdl ho she e./c1)/ mMirn the Icislului| ccitain, of theiccom- : 'he people of the county whichdcfrus Aid( from the disagiecahleveath/: I
In the woilil hron.lnorr,,, of ihv the each county which attended\ I the lusl, few days be the thing
(met--ami tt t.i n (Jet, it you %*ill bur I nvndullonhvliuh he WIll ,submit, to expense ii Would right "
*lvr il a irMl I should In neighbor! and! (opeiatc there was no incident nor circumstance, '
1 the L'glslaturehen it meets> hue in
Fully hy tenth you And if of our manufacture- n
/, grocer ami our il/*vs.F i April I. today gave out the following with the adjoining cliunties" in making ti> nun the. j pleisuic.. of the till, and Fine for Sprain ).

F "YOUR GROCER DAS IT;* ic'coinme-ndationh which he will make; propel) and ,suitable connections for all hands reported' ) a most delightful) MR., l'liiinlli.1.1 TTKNItV.A,. :.So Vrel.,1,I.I /nrlliK. M SoimnMtSi A 1 Fit for the king! t

I tNp15UlIgNAtpf (' unlyKriruKural. and Horticullu-. I highways' time The 1 V' i renohed l It late'I'hmday dcrdale frinnil .|iniln, it lii" ark to (.<> .badly. '
II' I lulu InbiMi
O fro4 1 ral AJ.'n'H.' I '"1 1'1) 'advance the good road movement '- moiling' and" I left there theafleinoon I Hi told),It I him wont lint bltii-h I wni,, 'd, \hti',: a him: Mil A Nice Slice of Bacon >
d , ,
cf /in ,k. 1 'IIt.1, | Aloali M I iiiltneiit
Cr work which has to bung about { renter of the -amx day fur the le ft e. | ..
"The demonstration aNA I III (Ii nr .lu\*. )I. MIIH Miirkinu; acid
I been curried l on by the State Univcr- I, Iuie-ne\ in ,load constitution in van turn, bunging :Mi.r. and :Mis. I Long;( and! suit, sh nil,'a sin u rl' gi ",tl JJulin 1

lily and the I'cdeiul <>o\c'i nnient has ous counties of tie State:'. to asccitam" Iw011tcr guest balk with them] '/I..NPrice :Neither. too fat nor too lean .

made uppaicnt the value to out farmers ] the most: advisiblc methods... the best, :Ml\ Pavid !1'oitei, .. proved the high SOc.. and 2\c.$1.00! Well e lisped before taken,

and fruit. of agrieultw'al], .matcit.ils to be used" .UK! III a general: run' of tin 'putv, and bagged) five ..: .n ., I JI""k
growers i ,. load building of the I the tm hiis ..1 ,i "u"' Would be fit fin his queen! .
hort loultuuil and stock Inec'diiifflomonslrations WilY to have tli illigatoi- and I ought ]< .h. , .r kAlin e

( There is loom for : counties placed upon the. most. ec'- back with him Tw I ] lonj;<--t iiHa-ui 1?',,' I. n','11'00. r 'I'I IKY: :MAKE A ROYALimUAKl'AST f

<'narl] <('1I1I'nl for this very beneficial] ( o nonuonl and bu-ntes--like, bisis.. I .id line t let" sade: \cci mi In s. :\Mi. t : !

\\oik, The I fact that the work of the "bi-lieve it inlvisalle> tu have crt I 'itltda .Stiles' secured one' aid lanu- ( il-on Dr.Earl. (,

Agricultural| ( Experiment Station is I State Road (Commission in lie- -coinpeisi'd ,1 not her.i Th,1'a I , no slum" , hunting S. Try i them some morning'!

i moM/ 01 less limited Ioy lack of funds .. of tlini I nlrnbeiwho' shall b) and tin. "hllorlil1':1'| : done" from Sloaneo.toa r

anil the large territory to cover suggests alloviil their I <.\pcii-is vvbcii engaged t tin" boat' .

,, the valueof a demonstrator. in I VIII tin. public Iou'oresbut" vvbohall RULL BASS'
I the I Fir-t I'arlv to :Make\ Trip.I
the' counties, who would IK- ,skilled inproper --I i \1' "lar\ .
,. 'I I hi I Fol, I I.alldlldal. Hi(i ;lid of ,the MARKETl
1 h' aiil 'OIlII1I1..i should IMgianttd
methods, of f.11'mini: und l fjujt '
.1-t I i--IKa\'- ;
growing, "selection of .seed and plants, a 1111'] l(' authoittv to ( onduetIIKJUIIUS '
The I )i Innflin/(,) ':i ( IIi'! I lort I Luudridtdc, i l
TITLE liiii-dmn of live stock extermination I all to make all iuccssaiv'
r'II .1. 1L"IiaUaa! ; i:. to tin I':\ i"igl idi,, "'"
of value and I'I1Il''IIg-IIIIf'I1''. and take all nc'iessaivit '
judgIngtlw -
pests piopoilions 1,a i In"i'n ,1.01,1..1 c t 1 tot' iiiuiitb, but I, ..
1'0" t the id\ 'uenlcnt of publnn M. ,
GUARANTY of fc I'tili/c'i's, tie.ilment of lion ) : "i
h, pu-.nun i ,e- the g tti vvav to all of '
I soils. and the diseases. of trees' and : >,id unProvt'mia'nt-, the State. 1 1'hcI U.S.A. r 1
I, alllhol'7..d 1 u i ,tenor t nuild I I'hut ( iimmissiniiImuld bi 1 to
4( COMPANY l plants "..I.(. i. run e I p, mini (ntlv to tlvi ". hurl,
iniplo\ Ilighuav I 1-:11g'1I1I"1': al sal CLASSES
"I ipeommend that a law !be1 1"'hH< dauthoriz"g' | a -
( terdIY| i 1 hill dav" I nun11utg.'then' '
the IIm"dllf ountj ('oil]- | aiv, o( nut. Mciding 1""ly-the himilnd ,." flout, under iln, i.....t inn of
"I.dll I dniked
Guarantees; he Title (to Land, missionels, of each counts to employ. | I dollar, |per alinuin who .should. the -tiamii i 111 < I 11?i,,1.1 \\t'r i i lot '0 'caret111 t hiv- MRS( J I I n.) \VC)1)HKCKat )( )
of III.Itadc I 1'011111 Rank.
Prepare Merchantable' Ab- "such agricultural and hottieulluralIlerlr1)IIS11t11u1' I ibc, i < iiincd|' to investigate I and irpoitujiiiii \ state at one lime. I lull wlnn, t the .\
'f1 I 'I.ilh.'loftuunn"I sunili
when in their judgmentit the. method of ,mad emistiuetiiin have gone is a mystery to him :\ :;
ti HlrartH' of Title to Timber and I Lake I FIREMEN'S; :; IIAI 1.1.
I 0111111gdo" lohopikali
best, to tin vaiicius sco-, \ II ( \\hile he market, for
would lie proper' I to do .so, andhen '' is lathe guaruntod -
Colonization T ruttn anywhere deemed achisable,, to authon/e such )I li"n of the. St.iU. and define 'land I ('l. through a ..nal to ( vpii-- like "pcctmcnof, (1,1;"corglu( ih.infin, :\IIIl1day EVI'I1I1II I ?; 7:31):: ) to !9) :00( ,
Boot anotlui i.tiial: to I Lake, Ilatclineh.tand I hursdi\; \ 7lIO: to H .ao
1 ;r in Florida. agent to emplo\ as'sistaiits" ... Such aidfoi I tin on-ti 'in lion and mans.tenauce tin ( 'nloiudo. pageant .\ I l.ior;
I of Inghvvavs III the' vaiiouountus 1 Luke Kiirnniii; down tin Hisiniiiiii -- I 11.551IPA I |ii-1'c| (.t::iTS EACH:
d'nwnllalol', could also r leiidci 1 \alvi gout
. of the State, .-t routes rater to La"1 Okeichobecaid I Private inxtrui tinni if desired at
able service 1 by giving\ ?; pi'actual! l-s-I, j ( -uggt titnl:
] sons in agriculture: in the )public lot State highways, and piifoim ,such, ,, tliiciu.h) Ih.'orth: Canal lilt(; ( IIIC I KI l'1':: I \KM specialrates.!

Titles to City Lots I In public] schools thereby making more other. duties incident to and properly \'i.vs, KIVII to I',oil laudcMclile
l : II Th 1 ,party of twelve liijii s and gentlemen 1 K: 1V. Pluto harecently pun hll01 l J
in ] in the eeiiinectecl with ,such position (
,n EXAMINED I'llOMPTLY. sans agriculture on bound I I the ,1<'111111' were _'".(Kid toreof mini mar .Iup''"'!'
school] work. also in ''o-op"I'atinJ. with should also co-op'l'ate and advise
; c Commissioner. I gut'tof Capt (Clav Johnson, and when, ,he has plans for oigani/mg! ( the
the Boards of Countv (
dubs and tomato clubs, stimulating
-- the corn : with reference' I consisted" ) of_ the.. following: mo't \tensi\e poultry fat nl in the. (1. .64..A.dS.. ., tk"A
this commendable and County Engineers' '
and extending
ti ( apl\. and Mis: .. John"on.11':\ and ruled' Statelie has lately arrived r 1
i work. The law should allow to county road's"To I M. TILLER
LEWIS O'BRYAN, Manager, the sof suchCommission ?-trs. I R. 1 U> !I'oiter. of the (CIrav; 'stone at Jupiter from his northern home in

Kispimmee Office. two ploy or such more demonstrator counties to if jointly desired em- defray an annual expense appropriation hotel\ Kissimmee, ; C. W Ward. Kissimmee I' l.lmira: N.:; Y., to take active\ chargeof : I Real Estate Agency. I

of not exceding six thousand dollars : : ;Mrs, A. K. Bedingfield, Cal- the improviments Reports. from :

Agricultural"Any policy Prizes which for Boys tends and to Girls encourage should be made." )I I gaiv :\. W. T; :Miss, \1.: 'lurville. Kissimmee i lupiter slate that several car loads q .........,......................................_ p, r 't

1 ,; Mr: and :\'rs.' James ('arson. t of coops chickens and implementshave Realty bought and sold > '
and increase agricultural ac-
Head Office: Bisbee Building i Jacksonville.. Supt\. Iliggms I?;, of the AI arrived at that place for the. bil"I".k. /: 4 Houses rented. '

Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches: tivities is of unquestionable value to KISSIMMEE TO HAVE ( Kisslmmee, Fla., Fort Myers our State. Florida has an unlimited (!" < t
( huago; Samuel Hannah Heaver ]I I Jl( .lidd chtkensat his poultry institute , ified for non-residents.

+ Fla., Arcadia Fla. and amount it has of untold rich and possibilities productive for land ag- PHONE LINE TO COAST ;; I Fall,., Pa |I in Elmira: on a "singleacre, and :A Fire Life and Accident Insurance lr-...

They were highly pleased.. with the I from, the. first l of January to the first .. r4 -
ricultural expansion. Every reason-
trip and justlya" little vain of the of June he !sold $22,000 worth of eggs Indemnity Bonds. ..
able effort should be made to promoteour I
EXTENSION TO FORT PIERCE fact thai they were the first.. party of 1 i and chickens.-Ft. Pierce ribune ..
farming interests. The ambitious 9f f W W V rOf 7Rrw .Y R
any size. to make the trip from interior i i
boys and girls of the State will read- :
t :: CO TO Florida by the all-water' route I' No. 473.-We have two eight-room
ily respond to encouragemeht QSCEOLA TELEPHONE
PURE BRED POULTRY 'hich might be offered to them lay ORGANIZED FOR MORE BE1 across Okeechobee and the.Everglades] houses, suitable for rooming or board
total distance of about 400 milesto
ing purposes; have electric lights aad'SUPPUFS
;i contests in growing the drops to .TENDED SERVICE THAN WAS .
-. which the soils of their respectivesections FIRST CONTEMPLATED.! the Atlantic Ocean away down' water and sewer connections;, locatedin DEVELOPINGand .
Breeders of highest type Black here in' Dade county. splendid resident section. Call on k PRINTING

'e l,..! Minorcas, White Leghorns, Cornish "I 1 are adapted.the wisdom of legislation The extension of the lines of the'' It iindeed j a trip to remember asa I I us and we will show them to you. The I: : HKM QWAUTV lIo..PTHrJs..J.OW macs
Game, White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds, suggest "
Japanese Silkies, White Muscovy and lie'iiiK?; enacted which would authorite Osceola Telephone ('o. from liasenge .., I "record one but one that will, be. followed prices are reasonable terms easy. TAMPA PHOTO AND ART VJrVtY (0 .
1 Mallard Ducks. High class breeding the County (ommissionti. of | to Okeeehobee and thence to Ft.I, bv many otlui-, a' people become "itf, H1.: Breaker! & Co. 114 t.T.w... rlJ* ,STMU.IR. ,IV A

"" tock; Day old Chicks; Eggs. Correspondence the .various counties to offer prizesfor J Tie."ice on the east coast, j is, an enterprise ) swine thatuch a trui-e is opento !

i, solicited. Everything that j is, worked ,, theOVMHIS them
such contests\ I In some few com being out Ij i - - -
absolutely guaranteed as representedor :Mr\ Ward j l-, Ihe owner of the first, :
money refunded. mumties ill the State contests. of thiskind | ,
Mule of I E\: e.rglade land lying on either
havo been inaugurated with The Southern Hell telephone (Co. I

THE OAKS POULTRYFARM splendid results" harecently arranged for the lompletio -ide of :Noith < anal and horilciing on I II I II '

",' NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA Public Road ('em mission.. i of ,its line' thiough from Jacksonville I tin. lake

2-13t "Within the last decade the public to Miami: It understood ( 'apt. .lohnsdii is the' owner i of time S. FLOYD

\ -- Ihal there' twoboil, 'teanuiand, contemplates ,',- .
has, become more or 1 less.. al lve to the ale tine 01 gaps Iallllh-I

f the necessity.. of and the advantagesde'iived to !be lonneeted up yet, but this.. will rug a legulai! "set"vice from ''

to. I art 1 Lauddale and) to Fort Mvc'i -.
l from (food\ roads. ThiK I good be a mattei of a .short time only. I

toad "sentiment hurt bt'iome quite general : When this ]line is completed and thlOsecola :. ( citamlv 1 there' ale many suiprisesi /
'( For Reliable Bakery in 1 lorida A large number of e line is extended to I FI. 1'ieice, i 1'1 i for our" futuie Onlv. a few I Grocer

n onthago traffic to. the lake I I
Hissimmcc, will!) have a means of quick| was

'i\ communication with the lower east c-tal,lisheel and "since then wholly unannounced '
.'. Products, go to oast that has been fictuentlneeded' | most important lines, of

"f DR WM HARPEROSTEOPATH II will also afford another' line to | travel, have been opened up until now
J. Get our prices
H. Reed's Jacksonville, and experience(' has prov-I I no announcem nl of boat arrival, onHAY

lot .d that numerous lines to the centers hovvevd unusual.. or impossible before,

+. HomeBakery. ale of great advantage( The following lauses a stir among the visitors!< of GRAIN FEED -

I bTLCIALiST IN from the ellsnieie I Farmer is the the water\ front. Where a year ago,

CHRONIC DISEASES first news of the new line to .reach; a dozen .smallraft. with accommodations which we make a specialty

I Ki-simmc, : ,, for a dozen day passengers?; ,each

jd CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE ":\\11'. E C.. Vans Agnew, brother. of I were known we now have ,steamers

('ol 1'. and fast, boats with cabin accommodations -
KMMtE./ / FLA A. Vans Agnew, of Kibsimmee, I|
for a hundred( people, yet nome
TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS* SATURDAYS spent four days here from March .

d OFF CEo CENTRAL HOTEL 10th to 14th studying the conditions I < rcmaiks,, on this rapid transition

( .. I for a telephone connection between We are really bounding ahead with- ,

"1A" ., PHONE J66 ORLANDO. FLA I 1 ellsmere.. and Kissimmee, thence to I out being conscious of our prosperity SALE V;

Jacksonville, by way of Osceola coun- FOR
: If you want at' ty. A line runs from Kissimmec to I SEEKING:; C.KOKCIA INDIANS
t i I
t' BARGAIN ant Hassenger on the Kissimmee prairie, Securing/ the State for representative -

t. \. '/i/I/ ///1/11/1/I' and the Felll
ORANGE GROVE across the tract Mr: Vans Agnewleft task that has been Beautiful i
placed the
t" upon Bungalow on lot 73x117 feet. Six bath
rooms and
on March 14th over the Florida \ pantry -
shoulders of ( ,
Y\ VOLT rr Hardy Ulm, executive
or land to NKi<: i>
: : grow tsss East Coast Railway, to Fort Pierceto .
.. secretary to the governor Governor I
I r
:' Oranges and I- OUR BRICK CATALOG if continue his investigations of Abe \ Brown received a letter today I,
> telephone situation in St. Lucie county from the Colorado Practically new. Every modern convenience. Four and one-half
kuiU. WE publicity league
rr lo HANDLE
'I -a -- Though Mr. Vans Agnew has which to conduct blocks from Postofnce. Cement
Grapefruitsee lA'liKY KIND UK BRICK-l.r r 1\ proposes a magnificent sidewalks. "
.. been been associated with his brother, \
..' .m.ll lot.. SlllPMtNIS ANY rra Indian pageant in 1915 The
r the Colonel, for many'' years this was Located on beautiful Mabbette street in
BUCKELS altr WHERE.OKT -- league wants typical Indians from one of the best section M'f}
his first visit to Fellsmere
alta was
't -r every state in the union. of the city.
':i< a samm OIK I'ltlCKS FIRKT taken on a trip over the works Mr. "Mr. Ulm, can you find them?" t

g -------- AND SAVE MOXKV -- Ernest H, Every, general Now offered for
manager, only
1t. was the laconic notation made by the $3,000. A bargain which will not remain
= and himself
'Iobn Whlt9& Co. expressed as being much governor when he turned the letter on the market ,
pleased with his visit." long. Let us show YOU. !
"f LOUISVILLE KY.Z.tabWbad1887. \. C. C.O NY IUISIF over to his secretary. -
I r Mr Vans Agnew has been identi- Major Ulm confessed that he did lift
fied with the law office of P. A. Vans
1I.tetprlM..d. not know where
< D.v.l fUt l.MniHr,H.- he could place his
.. Agnew for a number of years. He 1 1H.M.Breaker&Co
SPURS = hand on a genuine red man who mightbe
t amend is to have active management of the taken
HIDES. as a
representative of

(4Y, ,e woo M prrursaAr 1JI1$II =1I1=1=tIIlI: :: are proposed pending line should, if the be negotiations consummated.that aborigines that the Cherokees in Georgia., Choctaws He recalled and the !I tin 1 1I

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TARIFF We.give an'example of our own ex- TO, BE HELD SOON' 01, '. .. ..
perience." A grocer in Columbus, *
Kan 'with whom I ,
.. am acquainted, *-' ""
wrote m$ to ship him half a car' of : .

j Our local agent refused to let me . :
ship them mixed. We then wrote the J
jd INTERESTING LETTER 'FROM general freight agent, St, Paul. Ills ALL COMMERCIAL. BODIES OFTHIS ,,''ii. ,
MONTANA MAN WHp HAS reply was that it was not allowable SECTION) WILL BE, INVIT -...i.s -. ,: Proven ", \. ",,I,' ,
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that the Columbus \ 'Hiiff"
OF TilE FLORIDA GROWER, could make arrang m..ntato. take-- BE' 'CONVINED'.HERE > .<., : :S. _.__ ____,','_-'-.:..._,. :" l)'. i ;I'': '::1 _-:-_-.:-.:_

1 whole. car of each. The next spring '
we, with all others, could not give ----
' Bozeman, Montana, Mar 19, 1913.. our potatoes away, and many of us Acting upon a letter from the New Tests
f' --L KLssimmee Valley Gazette: dumped In the ditch as fine potatoes Smyrna Board of Trade urging the I ,_ ,

A certain real estate dealer has as ever grew. If we had been allowed Kissimmee body to cooperate in a .-. ,
", been kindly sending me the Ga- to put in some potatoes with our movement for the organization of a '
zette. I am becoming quite interested apples, oats, or hay, we could have Central Florida Waterways Association )
in Florida, and Kissimmee in particular shipped out our surplus. It would ,- the Kissimmee' Board of Trade
have benefited both the R. R. and us. Monday evening referred the matterto i
I have noticed what you have said Why the railroads are so blind to the Transportation Committee with
about the action of the County Commissioners their own interests is mysterious.Last full authority to act. THE FACILITIES ENJOYED BY THIS COMPANY ENABLES IT TO

'.'- discontinuing sending out summer during July a partyrun With the matter of improved waterWays BUY IN LARGE: AREAS AND TO OFFER, IN TURN, TRACTS OF ALL
information through your papers. into Bozeman a car of bananas. so urgently before the Trans-
I Maybe you have all the settlers you They were from Honduras, perhaps portation Committee as it i is at presnt SIZES, AND TERMS TO SUIT EVERY PURSE, AS WELL AS VALUES .

, 4 need, especially us northern white loaded on car at Tampa. lie did so there is little doubt that the most THAT ARE SELDOM EQUALLED. "
trash, but I know of some who have I well that he shipped in another car hearty cooperation will be given in
become interested in Florida and par- in August. The result was that our making this meeting a great success.
ticularly with Kissimmec by reading market was glutted for the time being It is proposed to have meetings; at

your papers and receiving the magazine and while we usually pay 35c per doz. lifferent points throughout the section EST AREA OF PINE LANDS WITHIN A RADIUS OF TEN MILES OF THE ,
" edition. we bought( them for 16c, or a bunch which it is intended to serve. New
I wish that your Board of Trade for $1 or $1.25. If you could load a Smyrna is. interested in the openingof CITY OF KISSIMMEE. THE PRESENT PRICES FOR THESE LANDS

f will send the special magazine( I car mixed with strawberries, sweet ;Mosquito] Inlet, and as a kindred RANGE FROM $7.00 AN ACRE IN WHOLESALE AREAS TO $30.00 PER
edition together with a few sample I potatoes, tangerines( kumquats, oranges enterprise it is interested in opening
t copies of your paper to, lemons, celery-My, oh my, all the waterways that might lead ACRE FOR 20 OR 40 ACRE TRACTS WITH PRIVILEGE OF GENERAL
1 Mr. Lee Williams, Humansville, how we would snap them up, a carevery into Mosquito Inlet and assist in the
. Missouri.Mr. few days. We are-paying rightnow development of the harbor as a portof SELECTION (land immediately adjoining: townrite ,excepted) SUBJECT -

Williams is a very bright young 15c per bunch for celery, while importance. TO INSPECTION AT ANY TIME.
man, a Missouri product, but residentof you: say Mr. Aultman gets* only $2 a The letter, which is signed by 1 H.( I.
California for fifteen For 40 cents Hamilton, secretary, of the New Smyrna -
ten years Mr. Williams has been fore- dozen for medium size oranges/: and (iO Hoard of Trade, bears the date of

man and shipper of one of Califor I cents.u dozen for largo ones that run I :March I 12:!, and says: RANGE FROM. .$7.00. TO $30.00 PER ACRE. THESE PRICES WILL BEMATERIALLY ,
nia's largest packing houses. The 15 dozen to the l box. Think of it. "Ia. night a very interesting, educative -- -- ---w-. --.. -
company have large holdings near You lire getting; about $1 a box at and enthusiastic meeting of the ADVANCED SHORTLY, UPON COMPLETION'OF'THEKISSIMMEE

Whittier, CaJ., and also near San ::1 your end while we are paying $J.) Central Flol'itllD'p Water Way As- VALLEY RAILWAY EXTENSION.
Diego. Because 6f the lute froeze ln'e(; us u mixed) car and you will get .sociationvi.s held at )IK-Land, and ,
the packing( house has closed up business $2.50: a box and we can buy them for we wish to further this cause just as-
indefinitely, of course. .1 $5 or less. About this time of year rapidly as possible. and wish to holda

Maybe few of your readers know I we- pay 10) cents per pound for sweet meeting in your city at your earliest WILL BE DISCONTINUED APRIL 1ST UNTIL THE AUTUMN, AND
what a man in Mr. W.'s position has I potatoes; two months later we get canve11iencefor the purpose of laying
to know, he is like a R. R. train dis tomatoes at 120( cents per pound. before you the plans of the )DeepWater ALL PURCHASES MUST BE MADE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION AFTER

patcher. lie must know where every Lemons are now 45 cents per down Way Association and .p.I car of the company's fruits are on a grapefruit 15 cents each. And thinkof your support. Kindly communicatewith
certain day and all days. He must, sapoihllos cukes. loquats kumquats me the date that would be satisfactory MADE BUT NOT YET INSPE TED.

have daily market reports by wire st(.., etc., us poor devils never for you before advertising it,
from all the leading markets. If get a* taste of. Millions of dollars so that there may be no confliction of THE COMPANY'S DEMONSTRATION FARM HAS CONCLUSIVELY
cars are in transit billed N. Y. and 'worth of such stuff and second oranges dates among the different cities.
N. Y. market does not look good he go to loss with you that would "I wish to impress upon you that PROVEN THESE LANDS TO BE UNSURPASSED IN FERTILITY BY ANY
his stopped off at Chicago, could the this Assiciation! is the Central Florida
wires cars bring good money you use OTHERS ON THIS CONTINENT. UPWARDS OF 89 DIFFERENT PRODUCTS t'
Kansas, City, Omaha, or any place he mixed car. Association, and deals not only with
thinks better. Very much depends The transportation companies and New Smyrna and Mosquito Inlet but ARE THRIVING SUCCESSFULLY AT THIS TIME INCLUDING
upon the good judgment of the ship the big convnission merf laugh at your with \the entire central section of the "- -
per. The fact that) Mr. Williams has I tariff and tommyrot talk. Quit your State. It is a Deep Water Way Association THE FAMOUS FIBERLESS MANGO TREES OBTAINED BY THIS COM

1 held the place for ten years and will talking politics or voting them either; and its object is as rapidlyas PANY FROM THE ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS AT CALCUTTA
still hold it if the company resumes vote for the men who !get results. possible to open up to navigationall
shipping speaks better than words. Take your pen in hand, use it early the water ways within a radius of INDIA.
You Florida fruit growers don't and late; its more mighty than the 100 miles of this port. First and
need 350 packing houses that you now sword.In foremost is the opening of the natural THIS IS A LARGE LAND DEPARTMENT STORE AND WE HAVE
have; 50' is ample and 25 still better, I your editorial of March fith outlet at Mosquito Inlet, and following -
with about three live men at the head you speak of the amendment to abolish on that as rapidly as possible, the SOMEWHERE IN OUR STOCK EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT AND AT '\

and one great train dispatcher to wireor 'ounty Treasurer. Surely you opening<< /: of water ways to that portso PRICES THAT ARE SURE TO PLEASE. i
phone each house where to bill would not have the assessor act as as to benefit the whole of the central -
their cars. treasurer. We here in Montana have section of the state, and give
We noticed a good article writtenby the best law under the sun. We have them a material advantage in freight ,
William Chase Temple, general only county treasurer. His office is rates over' the present existing con- BE NO UNPLEASANT PRESSURE PUT UPON YOU TO BUY BY THISCOMPANY'S
manager Florida Citrus Exchange.See in the court house and every tax payer ditions, thus making: it possible to
lie wants .tariff protection, etc. goes or sends there to pay-hi8 tax. develop the hundreds of thousands of; REPRESENTATIVES.

See also comments of. other papers No extra city tax collector. You pay acres of,land ,,now lying dormant."I I'
.\(1 It's not my funeral, not yet, but I all in a bunch and that i i" the end of trust that you will communicate ;. WE HAVE NO POOR LANDS TO SELL,' ALTHOUGH IN SUCH LARGE

j believe even if I did believe in free it. Tax collectors of all kinds, county with me at your earliest possible ponvehience -
date "
trade I would not blow my horn and city, are not only an expense, and Arrange a for, a ,
against 'the interest of my own State. but a nuisance. (Almost said infernal..) Central Florida Deep Water Way NATURALLY SOME LESS DESIRABLE THAN OTHERS-THE PRICE IS
What you nerd to do is for every SILAS E. AYRES, Association meeting in your midst at
last man of you to lake his pen in Bozeman, Mont. the \ 'I'y earliest possible _rnoment. GRADED (except for general selection) SO AS TO EQUALIZE THIS AS
senators and \\" want to enthuse all the inhabitants -
ha rid and swamp your
congressmen' of your awn Stair:; with VITK.NTION; ; ; II\I'TIST CHURCHES \ uf 'till" section to a point wherethey
letters and the tariff commission and OF OS'EOI.011'1'1.) ; j will become active members of I
senators and members of (Congress At the First Baptist church', Arcadia the association, that w.o may have alH'IIII."hlp THIS COMPANY OPERATES THREE EXPERIMENTAL FARMS, ONE .

from every state, demand a squaredeal Klu., April 10th and 11th. there / of 1000, giving us sufIcient AT SUNDALE. WASHINGTON, THAT HAS ALREADY CAPTURED A 4
and never let up until you got it.. is to be held a convention of the ( ) funds for the present at least I ,
Write your railroad. conussioiiers, and young people of this district. It i is I to carry on this campaign and carryit LARGE NUMBER OF SILVER CUPS AND PRIZES FOR PRODUCTS;
K. that each church meet at once for the dcvelnpmaul r
Atlantic (Coast I It urged 011 successfully
If they are as 'is .
cheaper rates from Key West than that the names' lx .sent at once to Mr. ---- - -- BY THIS COMPANY WILL SHORTLY BE PLACED ON THE MARKET;
intermediate points have a law. passedif IliiileS Watson, Arcadia, Fla. Free Travelers Checks Issued by P
you have not one to make it a entertainment will be provided for Stale Bank of Ki.snimmceI'eople AND ONE ON THE KISSIMMEE PRAIRIE. TWO MORE WILL BE ESTABLISHED

heavy penalty. I would suppose it all 1 the delegates.It I ONE IN ALBERTA. CANADA, AND ONE IN TEXAS, AS IT '
would be the same as giving u rebate is earnestly urged that the su-I
and you have. a law against that. jMM-mtendents. of all Sunday schools of late years have become HAS BEEN THE POLICY OF THE HUNTER LAND COMPANY DURING
deal in in tlT- district also attend this convention very great travelers. They go from
If you :are given a square I THE PAST
is to another
transportation you can compete with Special emphasis one part of the United States to -
Cuba or Honduras. givento the work of the superintendnt. 01 to some other part of the ITS LANDS BEFORE OFFERING THEM TO THE PUBLIC. UNITED
Mr. Temple or any other writer of If he cannot go be sure to des.gnate world very frequently. One of the
read does not to some one to go for him. to STATES GOVERNMENT WEATHER STATIONS ARE ESTABLISHED AT
whom we have go principal difficulties they have con-
the fountain head. Until you devise 1 Two hours will be given to the workIf tend with is how to carry their money. EACH EXPERIMENTAL FARM.
some means.. to reach the consuineicheaper the Layman's movement. Each They do not feel that It is safe to
than do now, all the tariff. hurrh' to have delegates of the lay much actual cash on their
> you
protection will do you little good. SoI III"111 h'rs. person and to get( checks on their
long as the transportation companies four such conventions are to be local banks cashed is a very difficult I GOES TO DON'T YOU THINK IT SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED BY YOUR
and th commission men squeeze the -. -Id in the State and the following 'proposition. To meet this conditionthe i I;
will attend them all: lion.II. PATRONAGE?
:.1: last cent out of the producer at one speakers financiers of the world have arranged -
end and the consumer at the other Lo Strickland Birmingham, Ala.; a system of Travelers Checks,
tariff will not help. What is the Dr.) A. P. Montague, Lake City, Fla.; good in any country in the world i THE PRIZE BONUS SYSTEM TO ENCOURAGE THE PRODUCTION OF y
remedy ? The answer give us l I4 r. S. B. Rogers Gainesville, Fla.; and a large list of banks is furnishedby
reasonable rates and allow us, to ship Dr. J. A. Owens, DeLand, Fla.; Mrs. whom they will be cashed, cover- COMPANY'SOWN

j' in mixed lots.Everyone II. C. Feclman, Jasper, Fla. ing every part of the world. These EXPERIMENTS IS SHORTLY TO BE ANNOUNCED TO SETTLERS ' "
els under fie' sun gets This is a great movement that is checks are good in payment of hotel
being inaugurated our THIS COMPANY
I that privilege except those who produce bills and all other traveling expenses
j from the noil. each church should help to make it to which one may be subjected.It THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES. ye.
The Standard Oil Co. can ship ben- a success. is very gratifying to know that *
zine, oil and gasoline ir the same car. Send in your name at once. the State Bank of Kissimmee has arranged -
4, The steel man can ship nails screws, Hugh G. Jones, Pres. 4th District, to issue such checks to all
hinges-up to engines. The dry De and, Fla. I who may desire it. These checks are

goods man can ship needles, thread, Farm for Sale payable in any country in the world HUNTER LAND COMPANY
clothing etc. The lumber man and the cost of securing them is as
i rugs Located oh good road, onequartermile
can mix all manner of woods. But from city limits, good five-room little as is charged by any bank in 202 ANDRUS BLDG. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
the farmer must load a whole car celled house, large new barn, thirty the United States. Buy one of these,
{ beans land, twelve of which is cultivated have with be entirely Kunmmee Representative: ai d
acres ,
''t!' with hay, wheat, oats, potatoes, and your money you .
: celery, cabbage, etc. He must not grapefruit, sixty trees young, seventy-five orange peach safe in it and avoid. all trouble of i J. S. STRATTON and J: D. CLARK.
t t mix them; he ,is forced to consign to trees, some plum and pear trees, one having them cashed while traveling.
. ,, some large commission house in'some'r good family horse, one buggy, one We congratulate this progressive I -.
l' two seta harness fifty chick established such
big city.The wagon, Bank upon having a
\t.: fruit man must load a whole ens, ten head cattle and all tools neces-' connection and call your especial at-
to cultivate place. A bargain
1.jl:''i; car with only one kind of fruits. Oranges at sary$2:500.: Write us for terms. tention to their advertisement in an- 'y rl'

'' < 'ay' lemons, tangerines, kumquats, 86-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. other column concerning this.
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t The Kissimmee Gazette AL. WERE NOT .FOLLOWED j I

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.. -. -= --=- .- Kissimmee Valley Gazette: : Bargain ,

B. HARRIS Publisher. J. II. REESE Editor STARTLING INFORMATION comes to us through the New York I : i !\ a
-' -, __ -- :..=_____ ..:.c.-;: ---.._-- -- i yesterday'Journuhthat I ofd, choice varieties .1
Woodrow Wilsonjs .: one year
World who voted for Ten acres.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy,' one year _____.___u_-_________11.60 that one man in every forty-,even t.he'lI'i'I.\ .,, paving' has:, .and Oranges Peach' .
On. eop.1 amonthf ____:_.___ .71i use copy, thrua month, ...... .40 candidate for office under his administration The .number of applicants sta.ndingon / I,Grapefruit '
a the
. .. ........... brought to light 'by the citrus trees-these
_' -.z: ---' '::: -- -'''-- - :i.uirulii been ) trees between
AH communication, except from our authorized\ d correspondent, must b> Lave been counted by the World. There are 131,530. of them, and there are i I'.ccenruins.. It goes on to' IIUV thai will pay for the grove In four years ..

,alrned.bY_ he Rrttorl" .| _-_ .-,. ', __ ."".. ._._._-_.._ J 10,384 UionsaoJbeJilled., .__ "j UL even possibru that proper! lovol ;'JJJL.1ad! L Rejected matter will not be returned unTi-ng caTI"iJ"fo r: 'n..H. .
m'-I; -'matter.FRIDAY .- President Wilson did well to unload 't the task of selecting office liolders wo,. not made wpelf ilia>it1nR I land lo P)';H"l it 9TmeI ;-- - 1--, --
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Entered at the Poatoffleq In Kllmmeo. Florida, an voond-claak" )lie
1 - __.__ . __ .. '.' -- on the officials under whose departments they are to work. While he saved '''first put down. A.I I made up
be inferred fr, all thi' hl'h'pa'\ IMR I"' K'sNinump I also offer fourteen acres all prepared
this it is not to plans
t himself of work and by doing t
', MARcH 21'\, 1913. a great amount worry think that. for planting
people may and ready grove.
_. that he did so to shirk the responsibility; whatever he may do the /final I am responsible; for this defwl inthe'''Lake front with grove of large live hs '

.. ....... .. .. will with him and he knows it. But he did the democratic who intret'st- :
. . '._ .x.v.I :-: : : :-=-+ responsibility rest work. If any person i is oalf.for) building site. In plainview
thing in giving' his cabinet members this prerogative.; So far the Presidenthas o.l| III, this tutu llri will .Mndly l j""k> atI I, of KiHstmniee.' For sale by

; I EDITORIAL i made no mistakes that his severest critics can point to. He will be a most the I plans, in the city clerk's office: : owner
j oIl'Mithey will ,soon be, able ,:
of i III m.\' \
unusual however if he continues to
!i li u r e.. ti.};.... ..............-..........-........,.........-...:: man. escape.. to sec that these" plans were not fob J. E. Mattocks. '"
l JOE HUGH REESE-, .. 'l dcuenuo ..
I : - ;- - -- Icivu-d., For. example) I betwei-n ( > .

and Rose Axenue or-. KmmettMiect KISSIMMEE FLA. :<
i S. P. Shotter, chairman of the Board of the American Naval Stores Co., mil-, !
the plans culled for II six .
CHECKING UP-BEIH A BRIEF SUMMARY OF SOME OF THE which recently suspended, is said to have been about five million dollars fall and. between Koicand Vertiori ---- 'r

j THINGS FAVORED BY THE VALLEY GAZETTE THAT overdrawn and E. S. Nash is said to have been a hundred thousand over- avenues an eight null fall > et the 1'I I hilI'-| you drink too much coffii. -,| .1 aI

t i, HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE PEOPLE. drawn. Yet some folks wondered what kept the price of naval stores down. water storms, sill the win> slung lh< I Mijjtri'sted, I the doctor.substitute."I "should '. i'
to a
,ul\i-i' \ oil try
I' I Shotter sent in his resignation and Nash will be asked to resign upon his ,i-l I purl+ of I Ihi-e blocks tint after tlivrc every I i- ii": ..Sii VIMII' advice is superfluous

I ,; RECENT STEPS TAKEN BY the City Council to build a municipal wharf return from Europe. The creditors of the company have taken charge of Heavy ruin, showing ii-pln-d' III( patieiit.;, "I have lived in
fall at all. ,
S that shall be m keeping with the demands which the future will undoubtedly I it. and the price went up as soon as they did. With the American Co. out In tin- same wad I .111 -b"" lll1 I b..i'doq, ,. hnll,.,' s for twenty-five

develop gives us reason to hope that the subject so unceasingly dinned al in of the way there is some chance for industry yet. till'1'' <' nut followed n- utlier \nii-' I'luladi-lphia' Record.

these columns is about to receive the consideration that it rightfully deserves. --.- .:. - pouts' I of the town, and ,shall IM- n\.ui\
ilo to one who bold1-! mere \ nIhe. apples'' in this barrel good
va Council has acted wisely in asking a committee of citizens to go over the In -o any

plans submitted by the City Engineer and pass an opinionwhether the pro- The Legislature convenes April 8. The lime is shot( until' the session -poMMliltfm' Ihi- wmk.F ) till' ,.- .'"
: dealer solefnnl
II. JKN'MNSTlhil :: : : "Madam. Mild the ,
is worth while 'Surely it unwise to take counsel of wise begins and -before it is over it will seem to be a long one lo those who are
f ject or not. is never "I 1 aiir<.- you that bariels are much
while is for the there as well as those who are simply hearing r from there. It would not J c
and in-
'1. men. The Gazette is hoping much it hoping accomplishment I :, I lnk/: ) a'1) i i" l'U"i-i. !rh ion, i-xpi-iibm- to use for packing

: of this climax to the agitation perhaps I n it not out of place to refer to unusual to hear the suggestion made again by the Punla Gorda Herald that List,, night host ..IdI,.. waIMitli J._,,'r, .ipple-' 111" \VashiiiKlon, herald -

: : some other things which it has stirred up during the past few months. the Legislature be abolished. : I Ild, she KI an!Ti' > .

0>---- 1 Kill:, -I I :Nil.; -II! was ll.itu-iell Souie. -----
. The plan of having the city lay the sidewalks on contract and let the <
-he felth inii-t liink, .\i>'un''I r in I iu' "o i i- t in Inhexxhal we do not
l'' whole work in one lot lo one contractor was suggested by the Valley Ga/ette. William J. Bryan as Secretary of State will have the appointment of llii. wind of this faith is to
he'd. "PI. v i i,11:1\ .dai l "i ''I 1 lio-tiin\ (I'tan .n! S'! M ,
t This saved the citizens the sum of 21' cents per square yard under the price 272 places. This .will give him a chance lo repay some of his old political i Iips,, , n.ii" VM In-Hex Aujrustine.

that was then being paid, amounting to several thousand dollars in the aggregate friends. No doubt he welcomes the opportunity as any good man would. --

1 along with certain advantages of uniformity and continuity. I I _=_<::>_--________ __ _=____,_c=_ ______ _"_""_,.__-._"'_'d''__/__co.____..__._ _",_,,,H..',_,/ "_ .. _ ._ _

'4 1 The Board of Trade built up a membership of three hundred and paid offan SENTIMENTAL; : :' FLORIDA STOKY.It W<-, the) underMgiu-il! ' agree to close
'< indebtedness of several hundred dollars through a contest which was hammered our places of lowness, except Sat in- ?

at and supported by the Valley Gazette. was romance that prompted days and ;\Ion I brave Jean Ribault to call the broad I fioni Apnl l 1--1 l to ;Nov. lot 191,1Valer. : !
Several months there were no shade trees on the school grounds. I
'I ago
and peaceful St. .Johns, the River of \ \ A Carson" , (Gioiery; Co.(
,i The Valley Gazette suggested the planting eucalyptus trees as being !
peculiarly :May, just it that
I as was sameroman- I I liann &' J lann: BUY NOW, SRI THIS SUMMfR _
; suited to this section and spot, and now the trees are growing beauti- : tic -pu" 'il that made the erratic' song (C. W. (;lIflin.II .
fully on the school grounds. Some of them were unfortunately set too near I I writer MMK, \" /a1)on( on the Swa- l > II. Kiggan. v

),, the sidewalks, and they should be transplanted before they get much larger, nee Kibber," more than three hundred (G.; ;M. Taylor.I .
years later. !It would be difficult for .
I ) I K. Hlenis Co.
for when they attain any considerable growlh they will have to be cut back I The far-Righted and wise people are buying Real Estate NOW.;
i" the historian to deal In ii matter of 1 I K. S. Floyd.
,l J or else the branches will extend annoYingly across the sidewalks. ''ait, prosaic way with Osceola, with .1 M.; Yates. \Ve offer as an in>..I men! the following list of property to be Hold

\ The Valley Gazette brought the needs for a census and city directory to 'I king I'ayne, with Jose !Ixipcwith' 1 < 'Ii diu; Hass. as a whole, at about two-third its actual value, and on easy lermvofpaymenl. i
The improved property included in the list bring a '
the attention of the Council. The census was completed some time ago and I Alexander McGillvray, or with the I
G good Father Monies. Just us dramatic I :Not a Rcccplitcidow.( rental of $i'J.OO(; per nionlb. I
the directory is now in the press and will be .issued soon.
I are lines of William P. Duval, i I "He Widdah Smoot am awful ,nch. One nine-room housc-with hath and electric light", fronting on
the from in the
The desirability of eliminating negro participation city : J
of Richard Keith Call and Prince ( ain't she, ,sah ?" brick pared street renting! for $:JI!( (00 per month. Thin properly I Ieasily
':' elections was expressed in these columns, and a mass meeting was held all I I Achille :Mural.
"Yas sah! Her husban' her
I left worth $2:!.jlHI.OO.: ) (
.'' which a white man's party was formed and the white primary was established I,I They were writing romance as wellas (,j'most two hund! i-d dol labs. Tink( ob

: for nominating city officials. ; history when De ( ourg-ueli was ilal, sah, !" Five-room collate and bath, nearlynew modern in every war, i
and :Mejienil large lot, fronting brick pad street, renting for $10.00
I Spaniards I on on
hanging per
"Do she want to ag'in?!
When it became! convenient for the Atlantic Coast Line to acquire one marry
was swinKiiiff llu {enots from the I month. Would tic cheap at $1MIO.OO.! ( (
of the city streets for yard purposes, and the City Council had unthoughtedlygiven trees. I "Uh-well, no, sah; muh 'pinion, shedon't

pt-rsi/.ely., She's got a coupleo' (l'i>e-room cottage, on large lot, fronting onbrirk paved street r':
the railroad company the right to do so. the Valley Gazette soundedthe The lives of the colonists from ,
of who the of the and f I Minorca, O i i. (;Iretc.and big-moufed, surgical lookin' bulldogs has water connection. (louse renting for $10.00() per month. This
.. protest those citizens upheld rights city, by em- i runnin' loose iii. de yahd, a club if purchased .
I property separatelywould cost! $1,250.00.Fourroom
ploying counsel and opposing the move saved Darlington avenue to the city Smyrna, under the governorship of behind de do,' a basket' o' rocks in de I I

after the Council had signed its rights away. I Dr. Andrew Turnbull, were pitiful middle o' de fib,' and. a wash, b'ller o'scaldin' (collage located on large lot fronting on brick

and pathetic in the extreme, but they i watah on de stove dat shesw'ars paved street, renting for $10.00() per month. Easily worth $900.00.'I'wo .
: The advantages of a chautauqua season were set forth by the Valley left an imprint of sentiment and po- I
| she's gwine to fling all ober |
f Gazette and by dint of hard work Kissimmee was given a taste of what may etry alone the coral strands of the cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 per month. Worth
de next nigger dat comes irritatin''round
.m y follow each year if a little systematic work and. interest is given it by the best Florida East Coast that will proba- i Jscussin 'bout how. much $800.00. .

citizen bly never be entirely effaced. They | cheaper two kin live dan one. No, One cottage rented to colored people, renting for $5.00 per
still add to the dramatic well
These are tome of the things that have been done and now the as as j sah, muh Vision am dat de lady ain't month. Worth $500.00. . '
to the practical Bide, of St. 'Augustine, *
the'way. We hoping, and stand ready 'to help. Hope and help combined 11 noways inquisitive 'bout marryin'ag'in.Woman's '
on are
of Jacksonville and of many Eastern. Home Companion. One-lialf interest In 144 city lots, each lot easily "worth $75.00 ... .
v have done many wonderful things. Florida towns. The'practical'side of 'I now, and values are gradually increasing. J 'ai
the colonists has often been written I i
about, but the sentimental features i i Not; a Solid Teapot. Two close in resident( lots worth $500.00 each.
Mrs. Casey Yisterday was ;Mrs.Maloncy's .
have never-been related in a consecu-
I : birthday, and her. husband Investigate, and you will find .that all of the above are good
give her silver properties worth! at a low estimate
i a taypot. $14,850.00 We will sell
I' SYSTEM IS TO BE ABOLISHED SOME BETTER will be written and it will stand out'' every-
I :Mrs. Murphy-Solid'?! thing in the above schedule for the sum of $! ,30II.OO.()( The
PLAN MUST BE HAD. r in bold relief in the hands. of Flor- person
1 I i Mrs. Ca's'y-Sun' you're joking. buying now will reap large! profits.
ida.-I'ensaeola. Journal.
I blow could she put tay 'in it if it was
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE M'RAE seems to be a practical solid ?-Bx. : We also have tao well l.icnled business lots on Broadway, in
person. He has. just issued his bi-ennial report which will be given into the 1 FLORIDA-LANDS.= very 525000.; -:bcst) part of I the business district[ which we are offering for. I

hands of the Legislature. ( I Industrial I Index) I| Down the Wrong Way.

One of the manufacturers of I Little :Marie almost choked one, day We will be I
\ Mr. McRae in his preface begins to talk about the excellent manner I mov- I pleased l II' call and see these properties.
picture films sent to The Indus- at the dinner table, and after being
InK ,
in which the convicts are cared for under the lease system and he almost : ------.
trial 1 Index, as to other newspapers( ) duly pounded on the back recovered -
j gets one to thinking thai he is in favor of the system, but by reading carefully I advance matter regarding a picture : and said : I
t I H. M.
j;,; it will be seen that he is not. He merely wants to be sure that the I soon to be produced that is to depict) )i I"l'enes "A piece of meat went down my BREAKER & COMPANY

ay people will understand that the problem of dealing with convicts is not settled I in connection with what is I drink pipe instead ef my eat pipe.- I .
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Pathfinder. -
when the lease system is abolished. Convicts are human beings and must described as a Florida land/ swindle. j -- --
1'' A picture of this kind will be! unjustto
; be treated as human beings in all events. He contends that the Florida way : j I
Florida, especially for the reason
of handling them is better than the Georgia way. although Georgia abolished i that in recent months a number of -M-I-M- I I I I -MM-
k -M-
,.' the lease system some years ago. He doesn't want Florida to make the articles have been published regarding I

same mistake that he thinks Georgia made. In other words, he believes it I alleged swindling transactions, in
would be betterf continue the lease system than to change that system for Florida lands.A I We A'reNowinOurNew Garage
& I few months ago a Florida lawyer
something not as good. I
was employed by an Illinois firm to
Yet. Mt. McRae wants the Legislature t to do something. He is earnest make an inbestigation concerning a I Just Off Broadway On Possiell Avenue.

bout it. Nothing has been done in thirty-two years to change the prison large tract of land which it had I
And in Stock
Carry Casings Il1l1er-Tubes
system. What has the State done for the convict? he asks. The Slate has bought in the southeastern portionof I Blowout Patches; Security Patches,

used the Georgia. The deeds which thu. Illinois Horn Bulbs, Horn Reeds, Spark Plugs Terminals "
e money obtained from his hire but nothing has been done to better High
t his unfortunate condition. firm secured were to a tract of and Low Tension Cable, Copper Tubing
about 4.UOO() acres, said to be u part Batteries,
tl ;' There's room for thought here. It may be thought with justice some of a grant made to a well known t Columbia 6-s, Battery Connections, Gaso ;_ .,

times that Brand Whitlock is "right when he says that "nobody cares." Isn't (Georgia; family by an English king"in lene, Oils Metal and Body Polishes

.,\ there in Florida some statesman who can introduce a system' that will be at Colonial days." The lawyer found Ammeters Ti

y! once humane and corrective Fame awaits the man who will do it. that there was no such tract that re Testers,
i. no sui-h grant had ever been made Auto Clocks, Etc. .
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without existence.
WHAT A FAVORED LAND WE LIVE INCONSIDER THE HAVOC :Manifestly, this occurrence ,shouldnot i iI We are also prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work for Steamboats, Motor "Boats,

WROUGHT IN OTHER SECTIONS BY THE VICIOUS I have been used to cloud land I Automobiles Saw mills, in fact all kinds of Repair Work LATHE WORK A SPECIALTY.

*, ELEMENTS WHILE WE ARE SAFE AND SERENE titles generally in Georgia.; Neither
I Ou Livery Cars are First Class and We will
should an occasional swindle in Florida give good Service When in want of an ) ,
1 IT WAS ONLY LAST WEEK that Georgia and some of her sister States lands or in lands in New Yorkor Auto Trip give us a Call.

were visited by a devastating storm that destroyed great values in property California or in any other state be .

and entailed fearful lots of Jife. made to work injury to the businessof -
i r'{ selling lands. As a rule, a land
This week a death dealing tornado centered'over Nebraska Ohio and swindle is the result of failure on ; ; Agent for the famous friction' drivenO [

a, t Iowa swept through several States of the middle West and left destruction the part of the person who pays the Also Agent for the OVERLAND CarKissimmee

1 in ita..wake. Hundred of dead millions of property lost. money to make even the most ordinary - - --I_ _ _ __----

' f.. I And in Florida where all the sights and sounds of nature are soothing business-like investigation. I

R to the senses, we read of these disasters without any adequate realization "
"Cheerfulness is an excellent "qual
of their meaning to those sections that are visited by a wrath of the elements ity; it has been called the bright Auto Co

i' t Y that is unknown in this favored section. How fortunate we are!II II weather of the heart." '


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'THE,KISSIMMEE-VALLEY GAZETTE friends delighted'' T that she is able Kissimmee, and sees. a bright '

". Telephone No. 11. tt. be out again. future for the town.,. Mr Thomas leone

Published Eye/ Friday By of the' youngest but at the same '
W. B. HARRIS.Weather S. J. Tripletti-of Narcoossee, was in time one of the brainiest editors 'in

=- Kissimmee Wednesday, He reportsan the State, and he is giving Plant Citya Your Summer Suit '
OOOO OOOOo unusually fine season at Narcoos ', fine paper.'

see. The Hotel Runnymede lbeen

Report filled to capacity all thex eason and W. B. '''Harris spent Thursday: jn Make selection from
now our
the activity in real estate that Tampa. your rY''

section has been, remarkable. " '
Following are the daily temperatures Ross Graves is oirer ng' some, exceptional great variety of fine, light weight

,f reported j. by and the precipitation Government as been Charles guests II. at Piffard the Graystone and wife have for ')house furnishings.values in at cost furniture prices, 14tf and woolens. Ed V.: Price' & Co. do the ,-

-Klaslmmee> 'for the" several( -days\ Mr.- Piffard comes from Johns Guild will '
St. meet Tuesday
week ending Mar. 27. 1913. New York,,phd is to have the positionof afternoon at' the home of Mrs. S. H. work ; we guarantee the quality,

MAX: KIN. JULIN which cashier is soon, of to the occupy Fellsmere its new home Bank,, I Bullock at 3:30.: : :workmanship and a perfect fits

' 4 Friday .... . . 83 67 1.09 3 Mr. Piffard to have the .direction .of .RossGraves i is offering some ex.

t' Saturday . . 85 72unday the building. 1 ceptional values in furniture and .

........ 80 f8 'n -., house-furnishings prices. 14tf r
i Monday82' 68 . "'- The Easier i dance given by the

i. ladies of the Catholic church at the The friends of Dozier Leitner will
Tuesday.. . . 77 78 .
i Wednesday . 85 69 Firemen's hall Monday evening Was be glad to learn that he is improving Warm Weather OUR PALM BEACH

a pleasant event and was enjoyed bya under treatment at Johns Hopkins in
Thursday . . 83 69 .15
: large number. The music was fur- Baltimore. His brother George Leit- Shirts LINEN SUITS I

"} 6460i nished by Miss Mary Dixon, the accomplished ner, of Arcadia, ;is with him. %

pianist of the Pastime The satisfactory summer are going f eat. Get your J i
theater. Visit Ross Graves' hardware store .
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i .IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I and look over his line of furniture. Shirt is the soft, unstarch while we have your size in

: Dudley K. Sargent is now in chargeof He has anything you need for the
:/ I THE: LOCAL FIELD.Til \ : I the Greater New York "store as home. Cost prices to reduce stock ed Madras with soft collar stock.Katz's .

a manager, having been employed for to match, French cuffs. /I
Miss Jean Caldwell had beautiful
that a We also the lightweight
position by Adolph Rosenberg, carry
I III Ill I II li II HIM I the display of Easter lilies and other We can show you a va
proprietor. The new manager is
Strand wood $1.25 per strand. a thoroughly experienced man, and is flowers in the windows of the Osceola riety of distinctive styles flannel trousers in

Prompt delivery within city limits. making noticeable improvements in Pharmacy during the days immediately in your size. variety of stripe effec.

Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf the arrangement and display of the preceding Easter Sunday. She Stetson's soft felt Hats ina ....
stock. furnished a number of floral gifts a variety of shapes and
Pat Johnson visited Orlando 'j f
Attorney commemorative of the day. I
shades. Exclusive t.
agency Katz's
Tuesday. Rev. II. T. Gaines, formerly pastor
of the Methodist church in Kissimmee Visit Ross Graves' hardware store for the Townsend, Grace

Scrim and madras curtain material.I' 14-lt. was a visitor in the city Saturday -- and look over his line of furniture. Correct Dress for Men & Co. Straws I Correct Dress for Men i

II. Lawnon. He has anything: you need for the
having been called here on a bit ,
FOR RENT-Five-room collage of business He received a warm I I'el..o'm' II home. Cost prices to reduce stock. I ,

Apply to H. N. Bratton. ,lltf I \\ :, and his friends will be glad I John C. Carter: formerly of Kis-
Osceola County, Florida, to convene
Ito hoar that he is well
Han-foot sandals! for men, women pleased simmee. but now employed on an Engliwh To Save Trees of Australra.None . Have Used Spare Time Well.
the :'Jnd Monday in 1 1913 to-
on April ,
'hildrl'n-F.. 11. Lawson. 14-lt I at Sanford, and that his work there I tramp' steamer is !in the city \ too soon a popular moveTeat On the question of how working ,
and wit Theo. Bandy L. W. Farris J.
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1 I''is. progressing satisfactorily. today. Since his last visit here John has been set on foot In Australia to people on the whole have spent the
I (\ M. Anderson, O. E. Young, A. L. .
Mrs I C. L. Hyatt and little s.jn arevisiting I slates that his ship has culled at Ma- : preserve the gigantic sliingybarks: /: (various added hour or hours of freedom from
friends in .Lakeland. Rev. Father Sherer, of Buffalo, I Davidson, C. II. Bronson, F. B. lIar- sppcles of eucalyptus] ) of that work. a.n author""5aysthat, where cyn '
I said Easter:; mass in Kissimmee Sunday I nilla Panama, and l many otlif- diN-I' vey. Lee Bass, B. Dickerson Wm. Al- country, which far exceed In height the ics prophesied more drunken Idleness

W. 11. Brokaw with Griffing morning It was the first Faster tant "01., of til'' world Hi will derman, Will Knight and G. W. Bass. famous "big trees" of California and and rowdyism, falter observers found r

the tree people. Broth-I mass in the n'-".' Catholic church and I again in :> few days for Panama are the tallest trees In the world. a kind of regeneration sudden
ers was attended by a large number. The from there the !ship will sail for Australia. H. N. Bratlon Jno. L. Beaman and These trees sometimes Attain heights; mellennlum. hut wherever sufficient

B. P. Mikesell of Howen's rifnch i church was prettily decorated and the W. B. Harris spent Thursday in ranging from 400( lo 501 feet Their time Las eh.pnod nn extraordinary ad- '

was greeting his many Kissimmee .service was beautifully impressive.Mr. I Ii"it'loKs Tampa.The timber Is eXP<'dnl/'y, vnlimlile] and for vance "tn and morals.
\ Graves' hardware store this reasm they II.,,"" been, ruthlessly
friends last Tuesday.
I I and Mrs. Hiram Mody, of Tam- 'and look over his line of furniture. first official visit paid by Gran ] leutroyetl hy hrmtei' men

Wood Wood, Wood. Phone 168 pa, paced! through Kissimmee Satur- lie has anything you need for the' Chancellor W. J. Sears was to Mount Sensitive.

for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per ', day on the way to Mico Bluff, wherethey home. Cost prices to reduce stock. i i1 iI, Vernon Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Ancient Tree on Mt. Etna. Dentist-We must kill the nerve of
I I I that tooth. Patient-Then I will
strand. 7-tf visited one of their ranches. at Gainesville Tuesday night. On Mt. Etna Is a cliectnut tree two
I ;Mrs. Geraldine; Frisbie, of San out of the room. "I'm too tenderhearted -
II. B. llouck and family 'left last They: were accompanied by Mrs. Hall, I Francisco, national president of the Mrs.! Gay Livingston has returned thousand ference. years old 213 feet in circum- to witness Meggendorfer Blaet-

:Saturday> for Atlanta, Ga.; where lof Tampa. The party went down the Woman's Relief Corps of the G. A. from Jacksonville, where she recently ter. \

they will reside in the future. !I river on the lola in charge of Capt. R., is a guest of Mrs. Isabel Worrell underwent an operation for appen-
This Town has broken records
Seth Tyson. Wall at St. Cloud. Mrs. Frisbie has dicitis. She is again at home to her many Dally Thought.
Misses I Corine and Ella Mae Gilbert this It wouldn't hurt to breaka
C. E. Denig is recovering from the formulated a call to be sent out to friends at Mrs. Bessie B. Simpson's. year. Belf-reverence self-knowledge, eel!.
came home from Columbia College to of the few more-especially (he ragtimeones. --ontrol these three alone lead Ute t*
ejects of fall from the roof of his the thirty-five departments
,jiend aster with their parents.Mrs. 4444444444446444400 xiverelgn! power.-Tennyson.A. .
for the
home at Narcoossee, which he purchased corps asking for contributions 4 4 _

II. C. Stanford's many friends recently from Rev. I IX 1 1). Kidd. relief of the G. A. R. sJfTerers from SMILES\ .)

will I be pleased to know that she has He was having some repairs made on the recent floods in the western states. \ 6 6 i,

recovered from her recent illness.! the roof when the accident occurred.The Next week Mrs. Frisbie will be the 1404444,444404444440A I

force of the fall was received in guest of honor of the Department of i! -
/ JJias. I Ruth White, of Cincinnati, who the hip and! disabled him for sometime Florida at the reunion to be held at Buggy with Rubbers.
r; has been Mrs. II. Clay Stanford's One ,day when it was muddy Mrs. y' will
but he is now able to be out St. Petersburg. S Gilbert'san
charming guest, has returned home. Smith's little four-year-old boy triedto ; I
Visit Ross Graves' hardware store persuade his mother to have Prince find at... .
John :M. Lee has, returned from a his line of furniture. hitched to the rubber tired buggy
Jacksonville and W, MeiHIejon\ returned Sunday and look over new II ,
business trip to I from Atlanta, where he went to inspect lie has anything you need for the and go for a ride.

other points in the northern end of I the big milion dollar hotel, the home. Cost prices to reduce stock. His mother objected, saying: "Papa up-to-date line of Spring ,

the state. would not want us to take the new
Ansley, which is just now nearing
W. J. Sears appeared before the in the mud." "Why, mamma, Goods. The latest in Ripperlets -
The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co., completion. Mr. Meiklejon is and buggy ,
at 5 cent cially interfiled in the enterprise.finan-I I Board of Trade Monday I hasn't it. got wubbahs on?"National
Fla money per
Tampa, tendered the thanks of Friendship solid colors and fancy ,
in small monthly in' found to his surprise that straw hats ;
Interest, payable Lodge Knights of Pythias for the assistance The Easiest. ,
1 f stallments., Write for particulars. 6tfLaymen's were not the prevailing style in At- given by the Board in entertaining claim to be man and Mar- 1'
: lanta, and so had to restore his old "So you a literary stripes Corduroys ;;;
.. ,r meeting Sunday, 3 p. rrt., the Grand Lodge 'which con eh7"i s"i
;. bonnet
''! ; to active wear. '
. ' Methodist church, leader Bro. J. 'M. gray vened in Kissimmee March 12. Mr. "Yes, sir. I wrote that book: "A quisettes. Linen Skirts at $1;

Leo. Everybody invited, especially The contestants selected to compete Sears is how Grand Chancellor of the Dozen Ways to Make a Living'."

ladies and visitors. Geo. F. Parker. at commencement for medals in reci- order, and for the next year the i "And yet you are begging!" : : Middy Blouse 50c, 75c, $1 ;

tation and declamation have been headquarters will\ be at Kissimmee. "Yes, sir; that's one of the ways."
Mrs. F. W. ]Hill, of Narcoossee, selected by the faculty of the Osceola Mr. Sears touched upon the advantages Houston Post. I Shirt Waists 50c 75c $1. a
Victor, in ,
with her son,
Faster such conven-
spent High School as.! follows: Grace Winn, of entertaining
Charleston S. C., where the latter i.s Helen McKenzie, Nina Bratton, Rose tions, and rounded out a neat speech A Poor Cook. !, I u _

a student at Porter's military acade O'Bery, Lillian Prentis, Betlie Pheri- which was well received. Mrs. Caller- Cooks are such ignorant -

my. :I go, Paul McKee, Clyde Buzza, Will Ross Graves is offering some exceptional things nowadays.Mrs. I Don't fail to see .our

of Mason Tiller, Edward Newton, TonyRegero Justwed-Aren't they ? They
Mr. and Mrs. II. (O. Thompson : values in furniture and .
of the Fred Snyder. can't do the simplest things. I asked I line before buying
Los Angeles, C'al., were quests house furnishings at cost prices.: 14tf the .
Mr. mine to make some
; for a few days. will hold servicesat I _
Graystonc Rev. Father Fox #
in LOll An- The disastrous flood which swept other day and she said !she, couldn't.McCall's .- -" --------
Thompson is a hotel I man .
the Catholic church Sunday, saying
Dayton, 0.) this week has cauf-e.1! much Magazine.
geles. mass at 8 and conducting Sunday uneasiness in Kissimmee. Mrs. J. C. i No 45 Cor.-Mam and Park Phone. 35
sin- school at 11 o'clock. Confessionswill .
Mrs. J. I n. Sibert will have the Masse; sister of Mrs. Bert Bryan, An Easy Remedy.He : ,
cere sympathy of this entire community be heard at 4 o'clock and 710:: the left Kissimmee a short time ago for ( n..rvously"Margarl't) there's .

in the death of her father, which previous evening. This will be the Dayton, her future home, and was expected been something trembling on my lips I \

occurred in his home in Arkansas first visit< of Father Fox to Kissimmee to arrive several days [for months and months."

in four months. lie has been ill with ) She-"Yes, so I see. Why don't --
Winn's mother
last Monday. ago. Mr. Dr. W. L. ----- -- -
an attack of typhoid fever, and is Mrs. J. M. Kirkbride, who ;is !rs.Vinn'K you shave it off ?"-Princeton Tiger.An .
. The Chapter House reception was just now able to resume his pastoral and her
\ guest, is-from Dayton
this week by the rehearsal work. Easy Job.
: superseded
in that For
hnsbanil and -son ire city.
for the County Fair, which the League "So your son has an easy place,
:. put on last night and has billed again Mrs. Nina Reame Smith and her days there was no wire communication Mrs. Jabbers, I understand. So littleto
mother left Tuesday for Daytona and and those in Kissimmeu who were
the Pastime. do."
for tonight
: St. Augustine, and after a short visitin m.ost uneasy were unable to get!: a "Yes. indeed. Jack says it is a

: Visit Ross Graves' hardware store these places will return to their word to relieve their anxiety. I perfect synonym."-Baltimore Amer- /v
and look over his line of furniture.lie home in Nebraska. They have had a
is exceptional .
Ross Graves offering
" has anything you need for the delightful winter in Kissimmee, and values in furniture and ican."I

home. Cost prices to reduce stock. i promise come again. They made house furnishings, at cost prices. 14tf /gave up smoking to please her."
numero'us friends here who will give "Good."
friends of A.
k <'' wTTl; The many to learn of his severe Ul- them a hearty welcome whenever they Dr. 11. S. Geiger has located, for "And drinking."

regret He has been missed from his | may find it convenient to make the the practice of his profession in Kis- "Well ?"

ness.accustomed place for several days, return trip. simmee, and has opened offices in the "Now she says she finds me very 4
Citizens Bank building. This will be unintl'rl'sting.-Kansas City Journal.
that his recovery took the examina-
and it is hoped Four applicants S
to Dr. Geiger's many .
good news .
t he rapid and complete. tion at the postoffice Saturday for friends in Kissimmee. It indicates FILLERS /

Senator Arthur E. Donegan and the position of rural carrier, being Dr. Geiger's faith in the future of the Suggested by Powell ya"r
Wm. Goodrich, Cecil Prentis, Vernon
Representative II. Clay Stanford will town while showing at the same time
of Kissimmee, ahd J. A Hewin i
Porter, -
leave the latter part of next week for his fondness for the place. Dr. I I 7
the of Orange Center. The examina- The success of our Town does not
Tallahassee, to be present at Geiger was graduated from the Jef-
of the Legislature, which tion was held to provide an eligible ferson Medical College of Philadel- come in bottles. It comes in CANS. ,, eri'r
: ,1"" IPJJping 8. list from which to appoint a carrier phia in 1911, and since that time has An ounce of City Hustle is worth a I
convenes April which will be wAll -
for Rural Route No. 2, I'
. been gaining practical experience in pound of luck.
,: Mr. and Mm. S. W. Thornton moved opened May 1. Postmaster Vans hospital work. Dr. Geiger is a son The tourists leaving-long live

into their new cottage on Verona Agnew has set apart a desk and a of the late Rev. L. D. Geiger and a the tourists. the season's new styles

.' street, just vacated by II. B. llouck corner of'the office for the use of the brother of Attorney H. D. Geiger, andis Things in our Town sometimes go '

.". this week. Mr. Thornton says he is new carrier. known to a great' many of our wrong. But we cannot stub our toe I Dainty Creations in Millinery t
in Kissim1 -
t now a permanent fixture Wayne Thomas, editor of the Plant people. kicking at ourselves.
There should be the initiative, ref- ----- ;t,
meet in Kissimmee fora
1 Courier was
City .
1 Ross Graves is offering some exceptional Town
erendum and<'recall of the
Mrs. S. B. AuHman has recovered short time Monday Mr. Thomas values in furniture and
'J and is take look over the Valley Knocker. t /Elite MillineryParlors .1
trying illness, came to a
from recent 14tf '
1 a house furnishings, at cost prices. Don't do things on too small a scale.
of mak- ,
herself in the club Gazette plant with the idea
| again work from interesting which she has been so: ing some changes and improvements List of jurors drawn for the April An umbrella is a shelter for one anda Mrs. Farmer9 Old Stand :Vt Vts ;

Much. missed during her. illness. Her ih his own. He was much pleasedwith Term of the County Court in and for I' shower bath for two. 1
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PONCE DE LEON WEEK.. the ten-million-dollar Southern Utili,

ties Company that. is buying; ap lea '
Program of Exercises Beginning in and electric light plants .all over"the \I' To the West and NorthwestVIA "

,St. Augustine March 31. ,State. The company .is financed by ,
The official program for Ponce de
capitalists from,New. York and other .10.
Leon Week at St. Augustine, begin- Eastern cities through J. G. White & "

,Bright nlng- on March, 31st, ,had been com Co. The law:firm of Vans Agne\y,,& DIXIE LIMI.TED..DIXIE FLYERAND

pleted by the executive committtee in'1 Crawford, of Kissimmee, is counsel 4r

charge: Mr Amos W. Corbett has for the company, and "W B. CrawfordIs r

been elected to again personate:-I'pnce president and P. A.,. Vans Agnew SOUTH ,ATLANTIC LIMITED

de-Leon on this four hundredth anniversary . .. .... _. .
; ' <> vice.president of the temporary organization -- ; - 4

Heavy FruitfAA of the discovery of Florida; ; Mr. Vans Agnew was 8KO: pm-Lr. Tampa ..._-i IO.-S6 am 10IB: am...*..._________.. A. a. 'u: < ,
Mr. Manuel :has been selected 10.SI pm-L.V. Lakeland ..1. llS8-am; 11:38 am .._......_________ A. c. i:*
Arango Formerly a newspaper:: man, publUhng 11:61: pm-Lv., Klssimmso ....1:01 'pm }:OJ pm ...-__.________.... A. 43. L: ,
,to represent Menendez, the founder'of i" the Klseimmee 11-61: am-L.V.' Orlando .-..... 1:16: pm i ilS3 1:15 pm ....__________..__ A., a 1. .
ng : .Valley"Gazette is ... : -Lv.- Sanford _-_ 1:40 pm ,-.1'40"pm_-__??._-.,...... .A--.c..L., .__. ,
$t. Augustine,.and all other details"have said to be the brains of the company. 6:46 am-Ar. Jacksonville _. f:40 pm 1 6:40 pm .._.________? A., c.' UDixie

THERE is been arranged for the big his 11. C. Adams of West Palm Beach, DixieLimited South Atlantic .

no, question .toric( pageant and celebration, in will be, general manager, with head- Flyer Limited.SlSpra ,
9:8B am LV. Jack'nvlllo A.C.L.8l5pm Lv. Jacksonville __A. C. Ik:
which the citizens of Florida
but ,that on our are par- quarters at ,Jacksonville. The J. G. 11:4: 0am Ar Waycross A.C.U 10S6pm: 10:10pm Lv Way oro.. ..-_--A. C. L
ticularly invited to participate. In White Engineering Company is said 6lSpm AP Macon'O S A K 4:1: Sam 1:48am Ar Macon d..O. 8. F.
8.05pm: Ar Atlanta of Of. 7S6am l.i.C.
: 6:47pm Ar Atlanta of (Ja
Florida soils the fertil- the contest for the personation of to have the contract for surveying 11:18am: Ar Ch'tan'ffoTw.AA. ll:68ano: ll:19pm Ar Knoxvlll, .....__L. A N.4:60am .
Ponce de Leon Mr. Corbett outran his Ar Nashville N. C. J:16pm Ar Corbin -i....____L. *. N.... "
izer he entire Everglades, and to be largely A St. U__.___..4: 0pm :00pm Ar Louisville ........1. 4k N.
applied has a de nearest competitor, Dr. Moseley, by interested in Fellsmere. The company -
I 8,374 votes. 2.50pm: ArJ: St. Louis, I. C.. I 1:60pm Ar Indianapolis ....Pa. Lines
cided has bought fifteen ice and elec. I* & N._.-7:10am: _
influence on the The official program in detail is as ric-Iight plants throughout the state 6lt5pm Ar Lexington _....--L. & N.
Ar. Hopklnsvllle, L. 8:60pm Ar Cincinnati _.__ __U N.
quality of the fruit.Bradley's follows: paying for them in cash, thus turning A N.__________<:BBpm I Iwr,.
Monday, 'March 31. 28am: Ar. Kvansville. LAN 9:48pm1.10pm : 6:20am Kalamazoo ___.__O. R. L
loose capital to seek other invest- : Ar. Terre Haute, C. I d.COam Grand Rapids ___.G. R. A L7:16am
Forenoon-Speed boat races on the ments. The who & El. I. ______l:05am7.02pm : I .
men are putting
I up : Ar. Chicago. C.&E. I. 6.64am: Ar Cleveland ........Biff 4
bay. .. ,
the in this not
money company are - -- -----
Fertilizers Afternoon-Speed boat races'on the doing it for fun. They are men of I Dixie Limited DIXIE FLYER Sootto Atlasitla Limited '
Solid train compo.ed of Solid train I
bay. carSolid train composed of eleotrlo
experience and evidently have confidence composite car, section
I'y I n g electric
Evening-7:30: o'clock-Address of in Florida a lighted drawing-room Pullman
and its future.
welcome Webb. cars, observation comillght"d d eornpart- sleeping cars and coaches, . ,
Al stand at the by Mayor car and dining ment. observation
of the list Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
as .
crop in between Jackson- elec-
Evening-Concert the plaza. DESTINY;; OK HIE car and
1 Jacksonville Louisville and Indian.
vllle and Chicago and,trlc
II makers. No other goods have endured Tuesday, April 1. HERMIT'S LAMENT. section drawing-room't Ion. drawing-Iapolls! ; through sleeping oar be.j -
9 a. m.-Salute at State arsenal in sleeping car betw"en'room sleepers.j tween Jacksonville and Cleveland;
Jacksonville and St. First class eoa.choj also Pullman sleeping car between
I and maintained their supremacy so long. honor of Ponce de Leon, first governorof What! a footfall was scarce an echo, Louis. Also section es and smoking Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on
Florida. Although which fills all drawing-room sleeping: car. Dining car Wednesdays Fridays and Sunday
presence jar Between Palm Beach'serves' all meals\of each week. Dining oar serviceand
I Write us today for booklet, mailed free. 11 a. m.-Landing of Ponce de space"I I Chicago.' la la carte. between Atlanta and Cincinnati.

Leon. Meeting with Indians. Pa- Tis Old Father Time. You are wel-
For reservations or other Information. communicate with your Tick.
D I The American rade. come, be seated. fjl Agent A. W. FRITOT. D rl l n-Passenger Agent. Jacksonville Fla.. I
Agricultural Chemical Co., Afternoon-Base ball at Fort reservation A table is set and the chairs all in or J. U. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent Tampa, Fla. 8tf

II I Jacksonville Sale Department place, ,..
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P. O. Box 216 Jacksonville Florida. Night-Bimini ball at Casino alt Alcazar. While phantoms and. phantasies occupy -" -'

Conceit in plaza.Wednesday space, .

"- .- April 2. And dear ones in memory 'our simple Our Reputation Is Back ot ,Our WorkWe

9 SaJule honor of arrival board
a. m.- in grace,
have a Statewide Reputation for the Quantity and
of Menenilez. You coma to shatter our castle, built '
Quality of Work We Do.
10 a. m.-Arrival of Menendez. Bat- of cards or of stone,
tle with Indians. Founding! of City But you are welcome asvwe are weary '
of St. I'a,'ade. and
Augustine. worn
- IF Afternoon-Speed boat races on So we bid you enter though it be our

Afternoon-Capluie and escape of
Hut. ere we go hence *i unlimited -SHIP BUILDERS AND REPAIRING. _
had full bloom you want to hold it. The best way to holdit Oseeola at Fort Marion. .

is to keep your trees well .fed that they may have strengthand Afternoon-Dress parade by K. M. space MerrillStevens Company l
vitality to keep flourishing. I. Cadets. We drink to the Past with a cheery, 1
bright face. 600 to 650 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. Florida. '
Night-Indian attack on white set

If Citrus Trees have not tlement. Massacre of settlers.NightOglethorpe's The Past with its pleasures, its hopes 7-4t pd y .
and its! fears, .
attack on Fort -- - -' -
With budding aspirations watered
had satisfactory San :Marco.
with tears
Night-Concert at Fort reserva- ;
behooves you to build up your grove for the future crops tion. Fill your cup to the rim, let the chal- !

and fertilizer is essential.In I
ice run ;
Thursday April 3. THE
Quaff to the lees to past reality,
either event you want fertilizer of highest grade-from 10 a. m.-Change of flags-Span-
soluble sources and honestly made. That is what we offer in the iards wresting land from Indians. The future 'tis. but a dream in stroe.
So we board the bark willy nilly to REALTY COMPANY
Favorite Brands. French and Spanish conference, settling ._ -
.cross the Bar of Fears,
division of territory.. Surrender
WRITE FOR BOOKLETJ. of city by Spaniards to English. Eng- But Faith's at the prow with Hope as .

: lish cede city back to Spaniards our salvage which Charity steers. 1 Prairie Land, Orange Groves, ,High Hammock Lands t

M. LEE Af ent Timber Land Land at all Price and Easy Terms '
: oz'ch con Good bye, old world, we doff our hat on t

INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY KISSIMMEE BRAINS. Thou to thee hast; been (both. cruel and kind, '2,000 acres Stock Ranch, iHfeiclanje fcalf value . .... .
Titusville Star::And now Kissimmee -
An to somewhat
indulgent parent a
.JAca: it is the home
is bragging that fretful child;

Our race is run; Time is no more, so 50-acre Orange Grove will trade for half value

farewell to thee. I for other real estate balance easy payments *:-

FOR AGED PEOPLE The sails are set, the Life Line parts,

..- And the bark with its unrevealed secret -

We place our trust in Gaith, Hope and ,
Good Fertilizer There's No Us* to Give Up and Anybody
Can Get it. Charity! "

As we drift onward to the promised ,
If you are feelingtired and worn Haven of Immortality. "" .
out or run down, or If you have pains
ere are many kinds of fertilizer. In the back. headaches every llttla -H. E. Swabey.
while and you have not found anything ' DOllED LEITNEB'S iNSIIBHflGE I
ich salesman says his is the best. to atop It, what's the use of JI JUEY'C$C "
KlTlngup when Taylor's Best Blood WHO WILL BE 13TIir
ith a good line of talk he may convince the buyer but he cannot Medicine will make you feel like anew
man again and stop those pains; The Oldest and Largest.Insurance Agency In Osceols County
convince the crops unless real merit is back of his words. It matters not where they are-because Who of the Misses Wilson will be FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

rheumatism Is In the blood, you the thirteenth White. House bride? r...ONE ?s -
Best Blood r
it crops say IDEAL FERTILIZER is Best for the banner_crops II know will, and get Taylor's It out. The record to date is:

throughout the state are made with IDEAL BRANDS., Come to our store to-day and get. 1811-Lucy Payne Washington. to -- _. - .- .- - ---- -- ----
m bottle, and If It Is not all we claim
I for It, return the bottle and Bret your Judge Todd. C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.
lie growers believe it for they buy twice as much IDEAL FERTILIZER money. 1812-Anna Todd to Representative.

as any other brand. : Price, ".00 the bottle ,John G. Jackson.
& Carson
Your own druggist recommends and 18,>0 -Mane Monroe to Lawrence The Waters
Follow the Crowd. Ruarantos Taylor's Best Blood Medicines -
II Gouveneur.
ask him about It.
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. 182*!-Helen Jackson to John

Manufacturers of i 1820-'W) :! -Delia Lewis fo AlphonseYver Grocery CompanyWholesale

IDEAL FERTILIZERS I To the WestAND Pugeot; Mary Easton to 'Lucien

B. Polk; Emily to 'Lewis Ran- and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES

Local Agent, Waters &. Carson Grocery Co. I dolph. "
II 1842-Elizabeth Tyler to William

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NorthwestSEMINOLEA t Sartoris.1874-"Nellie" Grant to Algernon!

1878-Emily Platt to General Rus- I 0
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IM t I I I I I I I I I I I I I sell Hastings. 4444444444444444 + I 444444 '; 44 +++..+. .. .

A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. 3. L, LUPFER. LIMITED 188 !-Frances Folsom to President 4 4 I 4 v
President. Vlce-Pwuident. Secretary AWE SELL: 000 4 WE BUY: .
Cleveland. 4 HAY, 0' 4 + r
Lv Tampa Fla A.C.L 10 25 a m 190<;-Alice Roosevelt to Represen- 4 4. 4 HIDES, -7 : \f
I.v Klsslmm, Fla., 1 00 p m <- 4 '
tative. Nicholas Longworth.Next . GRAIN, +
\' Orlando, Kla 1 1 38 p m
Arr Jacksonville. Fla. 6 40 p m -? 4 4 4 FURS, I 1,1
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. Lv Jncksonx Ille. Fla. 9 00 p m .> FERTILIZERS, 4 4 +\ '
Lv \\a\crosa., Ga. 11 10 p in 0) 4 4 WOOL, 4'1
Lv Tlflon. tia: 1 16 p m
Arr Albany. Cia, 240am F. VANS AGNEW'S PEACHESThe SHINGLES 0- 4 s
Arr Americas. (,n., C. of Q 3 55 a m.Arr 4 4 4 I
Columbus da. 6 IS a m < ORANGE BOXES, 4 0) AND "
*. Rough and Dressed t> Arr Optllku. Ala., 7 80 a m following interesting news item .; + + .

Arr Arr Jackson UlrmliiKham., Tenn.Ala. I." C. 12 7 05 46 p p m m has reached Fellsmere from Kissimmee ORANGE WRAPS, 4 + ALL '. ">>,
Arr Fulton Ky. 9 85 p m which is about fifty' miles n/rth- 0) 4 ' ,;
Arr Cairo, 111 11 OT p m CRATES 4 4 COUNTRY .
PINE Arr Carbondale Ill. 12 13 n t west of 'here: "Frank Vans jCgnevf,
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Arr St. Louis. Mo. 7 20 a m postmaste rof Kissimmee, announces 4 0
Arr Centralla. Mo. 1 43 a m < CRATE NAILS, 4 PRODUCE. .
Arr Mattoon. Ill. 3 30 a m that he will make his first a913 shipment 4 4 4 I Io

Arr Arr Champaign Kankakee, Ill 111. "" 6 4 20 38 a a m m, of peaches about the first weekin 44444444 + 4 + 444 + 44 ) 444 4 +. 000........ (

BILLS A SPECIALTY Arr Chicago, 111 > 7 60 a m April. This grower has 750 trees .

which produced over thousand ,
oJ (40I.I1J 'IIIHOUKII TRAINS pne We sell field and garden seeds! of all kinds. '
of crates last year and a conservative I'I We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partl- 1 .
, , , I Composed observation compartment estimate for this season's crop is Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. '
- - - - - - - - - - - drawing room, section sleepingcars '
and free reclining steel chair placed at 1,500 crates. Five acres We are county agents for good f ertilirera. Ask us for circular and t

cars, between Jacksonville'and Chicago are devoted to peaches which are expected prices on fertilizers ;
477.Close in small farm. This I'inedale 5-acre Tract at a Sacrifice. ,
and Jacksonville and St. Louis All to yield $7,500 or $1,500 per _ ." ',' }
did property lies just inside cor- meals In dining Parlor - -- -
Pinedale la advancing : car. car Tampato acre. The minimum price receivedin
te limits, on'high elevation over- property Jacksonville. II I I Illllll I II I I II I I I Illl Illl II II III Illlll I I I I IIIH 'KDANCING
to the large develop- 1912 was $5.50, while getting the
ng the city and lake contains For sleeping car reservations of any- _
._ acres good land, all cleared} andr ment in that sub-division. We have additional Information communicatewith crop started. North six weeks earlier : i

good fence. Small box? house. one 5-acre tract that has. one acre this year should increase the price to

1 property is well located for sub- cleared of the stumps and palmetto, A. W. FRITOT. D. P. A.. ,* :approximately $10 per crate. Early ; ; EVERY THURSDAY EVENING ,AT I'' 1FIREMEN'S

lion.that, A money it maker and subdivides for the which we are offering for a short 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.J. Bidwells predominate, with the Angel HALL
to city lota Price 91,000.00.H. time for' $350. Nice location, good HllUboro. Q KIRKLAND Hotel, Tampa, D. P., A.PIa., A. C. L., variety following.-Fels! Farm

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; S.P.IiIISuiiiusii.iiiTil ' ., ,. . ff T\B. C. L. HYATT

Pearl Johnson It. S\GEIGER: D T. Physician and
salary teacher R. I

i NUWAY PRESSING CLUB PROCEEDINGS OF Miss Nohnnl: MayI.'Ior.ric.No. 20 .. saC?-teacher____ so 00 3,000 GARS FRUIT ,I D I'IUSU-UN Building A J) t cnGlmN SurgeonPhones

nchool No.. 21 .___....*...---_- 49 00 Citizen Bank ,
M.-HIH. Johnson stvlary teacher Kissiipmee

and TAILOR SHOP SCHOOL BOARD School No. 40 -.-_.__ __L.-,,_ 40 00 Kissimmcc, Florida Office, 197 Florida
Minn Katherine Sha.doan salary" LEFT FOR SHIPMENT PJioneu.: : Office 297! or 64 248 : I
l Res. .
te'ttelie-r school No. 48 _. 4e /40 HlyJ'I .. :
= Sits. Ann 25.(?
Hi'lwell. sal. teacher Residence, 1
..FlNE'TAILORINGAND J MhOOI' No. 11 __ 40 00 .

REPAIRING KisHimmee, Fla., March 4, J913. hits N" 1101 1. -V.. .Sears- ______"fenf'school_____ _____. 1000/ I ---5'O'I'IU 5 OPKiitltUd '.%(' '::\ r. ri-c M.RIVERS, M. D.:

OF ALL KINDS There present, the Vwlli-N"n'.v Qasette, ron.t_- school- :. NEARLY HALF GRAPEFRUIT I.. S''Hlfl.7 ('(,urC. 4U.i'I'I 4. o"neJ, Jo"or-. and SURGEON

*i =; --O: '. Hoard adjourned) to meet on Monday Oouiilv' <2eM..ral K-umJ h. aTefdlmrmachlna : -:0-110 Ida.-*I. II. Jeuik; .. o..n !ltc.c..e.T PHYSICIAN I:

Work Called For and Delivered : March 10th; 1913.Klssimmee . n...:...'...........-. 100( 00 )lcC"h", h'ndanl. Rne! to OlTicoovertNceolu. PharmacyI
J. J, Harvey labor ;
school r.ljj; thO 63PHOVKS
L : PHONE 61 : Mar. sub 'u___ ___ No. SUCH IS TilE ESTIMATE OF TilE ,\ JI.. I'"rllolts I nl 'kJ In I.and j I ]lleuldence :
Fla., 10,. 1013. M. !U. (, ____ ______ 1 ofl CBUHO or AnUotilnaftcr )' ot th : } umoe ,48r ,
("rHon wood
S ach. No. I 9 60
I FRANK DUKE,_ Proprietor : The Board of Public Instruction .Ooii'ola IfHidwarci 1 Co, supplies CROP WHICH REMAINS UN described.rtOT .. th .I4t11

met in adjourned: session, there'';' being ,'hnol-No. SI .*.'-......_':_:.:_ 1- 00\<<) MARKETED IN FLORIDA TEN You \\11I 55)45 n'otlcII IhMI IIUt!0'"....(111 iI. -
( I 1111 I ti I I 1111 I I I I I I I III I C. .1. 'K.e"k. labor and supplies day ''% .. till 3. MCCI4III', III l \ L. WINNPHYSICIAN.
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present W. C. Bass .Chairman ; Geo. No. 21 ----------t.._ 11 95 "t II ( 9 JII.I'n CoO II IY. "
- .- First National Hank St. Cloud tlu. (',Iil lit' CU'1 u( CI,CeiSlit Ii.Houcll !
W. Overntreet, and W. W. Chandler. Knuii II 'me>s. __--_____--___ 5000 00 ---- 1"lurldu. in I .\tach(1)111 I i19.lIlachm".al' II.

Also W. J. Sears Sup't.Minutes rimt" National Bank $t. ClOUd SiI,,,1 Ihlll 1 II ""I'1\\ .., i0}
I Int. V iiios _ ____ ______..._ __ S 2(10( flo FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS dal,1 t l....(,ria r'. 2nd, I/oJI.! : ,,'a" 18"\I\ I Office 2nd floor" Willsonl3uiidiflg.:
of the last .1 I I. IUtnn. C"I" JOUr I UII-. .
regular meeting Janitor andiiIie sup I hy "hI C"I"'Io'r l t ill' I It I'lIoIs6: s I ,

C.W.ORIFFIN were read and approved e- \v... cJrlflln Mchool 10 _-school______ 25 50 Cars shipped last week- _ -- 707 , ..1113..!.111( of II"d Hall uii.Iii CotLri. //lnd h"lrl"n""r.' or) I 0.ResuilEs'. le K 1"IMINK '* , I FI.oil&'

No. I _ Cam week before last 752 I 1111" le.dUl'ltll ,
S. I.. Lupfer, Co. -Treas, reported "- 311 shipped said writ /lIIIIch,1 d-
L. win( JohiiB"iabe r" cir"Ne tntluwllI!{ LlGlITSIiYoS'i'l.l'ATll
> >. 18 I" OW ( : HEWITT 1. \
las follows : ,..u":1: _ _ __ u i _ _. _ 8 00 Total cars shipped to last Sat. 18,547 'rb",1 yo"r ". 'IIIly I II'/ldx .ij'"ro'IH ot lail.11,15. '. I I )jit, .
Staple and Fancy I \\ I M Mnkliinon I Co. mi |> illps( H< ,ul h"n", (III I"ill (' )
To the Honorable/ I | 11'1111-: PHYSICIAN
Board of Public ",hiie.l Nej. Ifl _ _ '_ _ 1 7f.. .llua"l IIH""III I :: ,di'tiI I ,,( 1.'I"r'' '". 1-w,1, ,' () :( IC
I 1 Institution' in and for Oneeola Co : luhn 'I' ,C'hanellt.r, labor nchool Jacksonville, Fla.-A conservative ur I IInll" 4 'iii 1I1..l'i.. :I ;I';' Iwll1''! a ; ''
j No JX! Mill. 4 __ _ _. Hi( no I 1..ots ( 111j. I Nicie-ne-i'' I I'hone .74Olhce
GROERIES: I herewith tender my repoit UH Treasurer MIHH 1i..HI.. HoellceH.uu.."I.I Ichr estimate (of the coti'us fruit left in the ... ,. "'tOil- ,. I ) I Phone !WK.H :

of Osefola Countyfeu the month school No 18 'h __ 41 (oil state is :3,00t! () cars of which 1,200 are 91 iSi! ?I :!. .2. "i ''Y'HliVii' H
I 1.11. I' "oj) I
|{oM>r. 5(41.! (earlier j.\ I: "111", : .1.
of I'ehiuaiv. A. D 1913 MI hniil Nil IH . _ 45 (no( grapefruit The present movement .",,,,,. l!1I'. J : ,a\11.'\ "",i.4] '. ;1"'l.-5 II.III" 1' "' Slid,. Hid j tf kiHHimmee. Fla.
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| I.I;%.. iu: \ I. .IKMIt I-I MII .. >. heifll Nl. I I.I: . t N"| (id is about 100 cars per day. It is expected Jall: ::1". ; '" '... "I...flIt-.1, ,11U1sitid ., - .,
Free Delivery to all Parts j '" btliini: from lint: I.,,port 'Sr.7' 51 I, MlKrt 1 I 1i..I.. IjltWHOII Hal u tehlK. I .. that the will continue to 1.1... ." ",'.H"",,, I" a" \ Ih. "W."f -I'\lA;: : ;) ; ; t(
prices ,, II i; H I II.
T"1 I i S... .1 1 11 ,kin < 'onipt in..I NO 13 _ n. n r.n. I ," ( ( (',,,"I' ..r 51,1,1, ,' I I ))1
of the City: I III. "". 4 ''''il ."M III 1 I 'u fid 4111'' "f 1 i* 1o<1 ilIl.'iIlrv. leitH _ .. 1IMIM' ((10 I. advance and the windup of this ,; ?!! ? ill. Iv-'i1\ .., \1IIII15t!

T.> a"11'! "., 'd, ill,, < 'Ollljit I 'poll H (.!\ \ ,IrUIIS1 report Of l I ii h,. t'i- ,se'u show the \ ' ; ::: .1. 14 ; : i 1(1,511. I I'' \1.: II :Ki.NAKIAN: : )-
on highest prices
N \ I i.! .1..1.I ' I" 22 ;I null I Iln( I I'uiii.l I>UII'11I.K..1 the I I I..IH may I
'I'I ,. ::,ii,,,. ,lint: ,: ;i : : 'I 1 I li.t. ,,,. 1'.ix Nil .1 ?Mi I i (n"n. 'I'. HIiiKl'turv,, on chili, eh \1' paid for Florida in (the I lumi I I ( .01.1II' I" au- slue I K llil :Al'I Ell:1 Hill
SI.iL, . 1Ii ...r,7'7'o, I I ."IIMII. ::si |I"t SliHHMMI( '( anil, Biipt S.HIH WIIK oranges \.n ." ''h.. I.. I"" ''1111' I ' LL I. .HIMAsm'
F. 'i 11 I 1' ''MI I 11. ::12"i MO 'HI'* "r '111111 I ill (I..lI, Ii, tlniiA lAariaiit for HHlel opc'ii irmikc't shippers say diapof ; ( ) "I :I \t.1 I : I.I Ill! .1111(40;; ',III. h\\ ,I1,," ::II.IiS ::
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11111111 m i m 111111111 1'I. ,, II I 1111 '.
iltiillltl Ainu. I the II .
It ''i', i-i ) fti f tiltM I ll ill
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i i'nit brings fancy ill ices where late( "I I 1.1.'. .i... th.. '" (OKI) .AMJI! ). )FKA.
H I. I ll.o.llKt elilireh on hure'h I foi II "." S 5lf \ ,I. I III. I 01 \ "(III I i.'.'. '"
HI' ll\ \\ .,iritililM, | ,," .is i p. I list' JlMl:{ 119" ,, t I I1"1,1 III" fut, is (Id Hilt iided but the stock' is too fl II 1 t I I I, I .l I J"d' ,"'II. I',I ,S I I. - : :
| 11\ I I.i: IJIIM 2 4ft' 4 J. G: HOWARD I I .. .InI -... 11(101. IM'slltK. .I. V-O. I I.I. II 01..1 t I I Hunt, ,., l.fin.l c.,inpaiilor' luiire to I ,ring a fancy plied in I themajoiitv I I\ I\11"i '.'. ,III, ',.",, ,,1 ..1d, ' 01 "ii. fji; n.: .1 \V. 'S1.'slI'NlENT1l.

:.I.: 1llI' I I II.l ",lit I Ii.i. 11 i"'ii t 4i'! S 12 i.i.1 ". !" .H..t.. .Lull Itonnl InHliii.d.l I I of 'mutkets I .1,,, .i, I I'. I" U.llS \ ; I .J..J.I [ )
I 1.I:I:\MHHllit:;, :, : T .< ;] n.h, ,: 4 'lllllpt' I "Iii"II I.> (h n.' Hilnie.. i <.rotilielMi I I. II I'\H;, : : 1\1 .. .

\,.. H.01. I III 7 ::Ir, I l It el loliliHton appeal",'el .l.iloi.II ,... It has not been one continued round 17-1 1 :sh 4 I nil I e"KI S I I. 'l"' Ii I, (1,1"" / ) : .

Paper Hanger and Painter I T. \ ,II",, III I ,i. ,,il I I r' Tax I i 1 1.I. ',,1 I l, ,, (In re Kliril to I l.i.t I. (Mine k 4. I I ---- ----

: .I.I ., . 71 :Mr.vr. I I ..I U ,\ I 1'"I'I..k'H AiWIllon ant I I", i of nUasuie for the 1 Florida oranueClowns i \OIII I Ii III1I % 1'1'I K IMII I ,: \ I.In { '| .sttilts in Killllu.. l Ill int.!
j I Hi.,Mil. ,.\,11,1.,1, MeHfA. BJHH. I IS 'i- I I's""t I ; -
: I Min mill, ,- Si 'HIM tii look Into;'tI Ii,. HUM* this jc-ar for they lost during I "i iil ) I Olin C. .Ir.IN I ....n" ""Iur- 'OKI' "ii' i'. llIIllKSll : / '' 11. III. lei 1 12 mfli.

Work Guaranteed .1 rni 'Il" .. :;711 si I ,,01 I 1(1', "t (nt tin in"xi lexulai mitItlK / the cli-cny period when the mmkcts "- I tl.-II. II. hip...... *. Win. '1.. < crr f |I'j:II!| t III( ) 5JlIj.;j, .

.> I II-M IKX.I niwi' II 'I' 14. ::. I 'l4iPI4Uil4, :Nil 'h Ji n /)._Ivr
ll Mil I I II..Ml I 1.IHI( I '/ 1.1 I M 71 'II".. I W 0 \.atH of H U I>.HI.ll. I...1 ll.Ilst. t I 1"1 and fruit were in a demoializtdcondition .. \\ m, M. i I II' '. r. ,,il, ii It,I en. ,I MlI ____ _ u : -----'-

If thinking of having any done, 'I 1".. Milt i II 'll I fn, .III, Tin I <''"I l lI :-0.. I lOIS IiI(: IXplllll, (llil. lil.llllt ..I' -. I "..,'s. 11"i t HI,. il .| I"I." i..s. I.ii" ,
/ .J..l I l" 4 ...1.1j I IS7 .1.I ,I. 'I I mi i'Iii'lion( Iii l I.<. h.I,1 III an.l r...., IIII, .1 I l .in--' SI't "I'I\i: ., ? i ..1.1 I Ill I tit,( V\ \S ( AJ{ ( ):\:
please notify me through the P. 0. I I..' 'Ill "..Io-'h,1, ; illHtrlil\ on I I'i 11.In )'. I. :.Some; fiuit now movinp- from I tlu- I _I t. 1 I 11,1"I fl: S I I 'I. S I I : I IS I .
r! 'ill i II I Is. 1ltI.! : at St I lotlil' FI" I III ..,
| S .
j 14 c'\ ticnicsciuthein portions of the II 'II U I I I I .s I I. I. .1.I II... I I t '. 111II 4" I DFMIS1t : > '
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II ll.lar, I. |"iil' |' im i.f .1"1111" tlllHt.iss I.
: "7 14 i.s I I.I. I .
J. G. HOWARD '" .1 I I Till I I .14 I 1 d. 'S S
'. ' iv lot t iI h. ti."XI I" ii \ ''ii' ''. ati.I l I I.'ii.I st itc'' the af- .
| "- l IKIOI Illslltll I M" :I : hung on t lies too long/ HI"II 111 .1 1 lt HI, xt '' u 1\ l,' M l. I
.L 42 41' |i'd 1',,i I ll J "ll "I" I 1.,1"1'1' I 1.2',2/0 I 11 I.. I 11"r.'' |IU""H"" f.f ill I, old In,L. "Iiin ". I" ''Ih.. ",";, e ..,j ; i .. i I'l.* ..I.I . ,, < t Mil,'i i.v,'r ( ',nil, 's .J""elry'J Store
.. ,0\ in ej nilax I 10" \ In iitnl, I I.*i Hiil.l Hill" t Si. ImiiK fully matured The fruit
I ill I i I .. .
'' '' k |I I I' I" i"ul I I In all u I ''I i I. II It II iil '1
SI.I .. x I :::11 K. I IM. ...l( .llNlilit( ( 'niiil .. "....1111..1 I It! I I.I I.Mi I. I.... large hut begins to show light ill l 11",1 ti:,il, w i: u., .1 a'' PlS I II,,in, 1.1 .1.1 I II ( )Mine! hours : S I 1.=!, ] 5I
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: I i VV I II I M mil M I I.: I" .
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.. I I.-"I. uai '' .nil: I.I' w .i- ,i.1.Il. .1 I I"\ tl. I MTic, e j.heuie I 'si.
IIIH-)1,1.1 H. ",1.1 I I nininliiKH e 1.,1 U vcifrht and I... u1oe. This is .
4.+++++++++ ++++++++4+4+ I 1 ii: 5,1. 1 'i'.i.l.. ,.1"."4 j, ,i" 'Hit( Itoalil, ltiHttuit.ilsu I pur ( 1 I. ik l n"l th., 1,011,11: S 2 h2:: III "...1! e "'1111 1.1.I ,, II 71, d 1 1'. ,, '
'Its u lilM .. list, 22 7" : |"I s,. .11 I H to 'pi. pat. .. all l hl.I l le s .1 nil, tuulaily true, of the seedling ornng"'s. 'r"
I I"I 1
i i ii ml' iiioi.i tin,) SSIliII.i., l 11' I Will i iof ( .itst1ntiiit.i.r. il !for: <'xtrae tion of teeth
;; l.dl..l. HUll.t I 11111110 all II.-.K.11 % m SI
The late \alencias arc show- <"l"ofll", I ; I I. ... ... .
1.0. r"rtI,1 11(1 i : ill' l I'' '\ "i"I l iii i \ n
I \ I"a ii,,"I,. i :104, !'Ul I : tin His lion( 11'. ,
I . > eiiit\| Ul I ill I r .1 I Si I ui d el"' ul I I. .1 l l ts
CRAYSTONE II-SI IKIOI. IIIHIICie I \l.. >. 4I 1'1"I t. 'I.''(Ink: no fin, t IIH' IlIlMiulIMM.' I II" big/ up nell and t bruit a good price. I l<
( }E.: PAKK1:
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11 I ) until t I. 'xl
1'1'I I 1,1: I ll I"I inn, 'Iiis4 ii' |1" ""t f 4.1 I -J:: 11 a.lj..uIIII',1 In i.l.1'UI I l.. : ; .. .
i iG This lat will Ii i.l I ink ii i l .I.i S
I I I. I variety continue to I Imo'c I "I II ii l' > "I t v
IT.i .\IIIIKII, i i" .1 I fuji. Tax I < 'til., .1 i ii Ill link: (1'1" :.
I ItiiI 1ii.ii.' Ill( Id,.1 xv 11 1 1I"Is
SIghed ) \V e- II \ HH. 111'-:1'1-1';:: ;
1'ix, 21 2": 4 and June. :: :
U All THE fEM :t: \11.-1 I ('IiII ll (durinJ.1'1; a) Grapefruit I 1'i mil 1 J u i II,, II..,. I Ii 1 I I.. 'i TIC 11",1 i

H I 4f h fli\ [ \\' ,1 H "E.\ 1(14. Supt is I'unningto; such large si/es nul.'IU 'iHli.ii' 1.1, i i.i"11 I 1.11..10. ..r 'l'.iin \ (lt-H K; llM-KuschdlA I ,IHAKMAtYOflue'
:t: > < I :' ,I Si i.. w I i ..11!I I I. fi""Ill',,,.ill-, : .
2.50to3.5Operday. I I .ll\. 11-llll'" IKMII" IMWIKKl M.. 4ri 1\. rll i I t that it is practically barred from I t'I I ""N 1 12: I I': '.". .1 i I I"\\ I 1,51,1 I, |II SItlllilSr I ) hours: H .'MIlo I U:! .I(Ml) Noon
Special by week or month. .. T. Mil. rrniii I,IHI i.i|1'<'irl I" sri many markets :.1; .f I' Itti. :.i I: /' :.l "t .1. H I, ".Na .I 1 'IHI) to 5 :oc) 1'. M.
n.I .
1'1. piesidential daughters have (ball I f s I i I I SSl ii
4- i I4l.l from Fix I i >l I'I _ _
I ('ha fl. W. TmiRMtN hop. R. D. MIRTER. Mgr ::I; I'll x"-H 1 (IIi banished elaborate dres
#++4--1 **t4-'+'+++++++++++++++ I _4i1.4 : Eleanor Wilson fixes her hair this; season Sales Manager Hal.1, i .ul..11I. I I IS;, II ;III; I, ll i I I" I II II. .nftt .

Mv 11111.I ," .h 14 :Moust. said : "The market is very I"t I 111 el.. rle I :i.f I th:, e 1 ii ml I 'i.urt of \ 'ASS AGNEW; :'/ & ('HAWhOKDATTOKNrS
I.H'I/' I SI. IIJI''I'H.' l with a single strand of brilliants', bandeau I ..iin\ < n th Jllli' ., .1 i..\ ..r il-
< i.utity Tr..Muro.r stroiiK and this cool weather is just "'. llil Blnl r""i. (I 'Ill lilt 11.,01.. 1
fashion, and the simple, girlisheffect : I. ''Hi I'iig.. 41 -AT-LAW
\\' " In th., Hum of $2053.7flft what we want. The fruit is in fine .
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th ,
on ai" I r. f.i. iSIIIlIt'l ti it -
w. l. m DOZOQ .Ralo11HillH fn I unit ,',&iiiniill in opt'n8i is being copied by Democratic shape and carrying well. We are p, ar to, 1"13' .: aetu.n,, on lilt till 10 .1.15I i,, omen, 14 ...I. e lllrriM. llnlik, IIuIltt.Ki5'4immee .|

bell!;. I In April, I. I 1 I' .. mini, i I., inn l'h. 7,1 hllH.V
u..r. npprovi'd and warrantB isi.uiI moving; cars under refrigeration during of 'I'I' Florida
\pill I I. I 3 a rut' I Hint' I III .1 i.1.(111111a"al".1 I II Hear fiillowsW nal Supt. _. __ _ t Ion( noW Miss Margaret Wilson wears a warm weather, but during this I 1I".r..t I will I I I I.. 'of.I t..eI I

C. Kami. M B. I'. I _ _ 4 0(1 graduated fillet which reaches from 3 "u II I
0..0.'V.. ( Oviratrei-t M. H I'--I 3 (444v. cool weather they are carrying as V\tlnem m> hand and sal this 4th I I I I>. tlI ; EIGIH.I .
alK ve-ht> forehead each .
just' T over ear. dae.f, F.-hru4r, . .
) \ I > I'.MI !
W \ Chandler M H r I _ 20 (no I well in ventilated cars. Prices and I
8. I.,. LupfiT. Com Treaa R1 711 Miss Jessie Wilson, who has beau- I I. II IM.RXM: ;' : :

: Real Estate J. It Kmlth Jan. school No I 30 (00 tiful golden hair it in a fruit at present are O. K." 7->t Hh..r'.f'' _eisriolu Counl') Florida I I ATTOFtNKY); -AT-LAW
H M Kvann nal teacher Hrh
H. C. Schrader & Co. have carlotsof
No. I q _ u -_ -- _.- __ 175 00 simple swirl, pulled softly back from NO1IC; <>*.' ATT-'C ,1',1'--' .. ; '.OUice State Bank ItuilduiKiUHimmee! -
Mlfla Aim. .... Ueltner. *|al teach oranges rolling, mostly under refrigeration !. < ClU.C,. < our (Hfrrnlm e SuCh". Iier.1 I I )
er nrhool No. 1 _ __ ._ __ _ 85 00 her forehead, falling just over the Flonda
Mrri A A. Simpson sal teachernrhool The deal is turning out Id.-II. II. ll.i.k .. C \. sto-nrr. 1- .
of her
No. I _. _ ._ __ . - 7000 tip. ears. satisfactory to them. To C A Stow.rB I 1','(. nelant,, ..,,,01 to. Ml !
MIsS Martha Klnic unl teachernchiiol The three sisters have earned the very IVlHoim 1111. r.1' ,in Ih. .\l>..\ .. In; L ( JED. F (PARKER

: KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Nn I. n _ p 60 00 The Florida Citrus Exchange cia.", !'! I tltliel e'HUH.. tor '\rl \ I.r I the 1.,tnel 1 I III. I .: .1'
Miss All.lna smith lint t.'ifccherlulmnl title of the "Three Graces and their I ,'rplllllrl.r I 10'< i ,It., il ,

L _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ No. I __ h.h _ AO( 00MiMH movements are observed with keen interest that it will control 50 per cent of You "IIII.k... ,,,.111. Hint I 0" Ih.' 4th, Attorney-at-LawColltclions .
Emma .'UII h. nil Jti'lithirHI the citrus fruit left in the state. day' of I.'itrunr\ 19It
huol I No I. 60 00Minx by the set ; \\HN II.' and Con
younger .tll"I1 I I .. %
ekltlst' I \ I e \ eancmg
In : u :st I' I is I"i itin I
( !ii <> 'VI,1rde.] ( nal I tchi Orange county it claims two thirds .
( eiunt\, e III'| f "m I"" ,,''ud', | :-. (. ,....
,1..1 Nil I. . _ (0 00MHH (
s of the fruit the trees I rii.l, i lie, 'in iIIiIl, hni, I t.S l/ ..
remaining on it 1/| K II. n I kanil
Jlatrl \\ iI Hal will take
S.11.BUROCK o. I .ots of men in our Town I
i' Net ll.Mll N.. I. . _ . (1.0 III and practically all in Polk county. that .1 ril, .;.r ..11,1(Inn, ,. it i .In. .1|I I 11 I (E3roaIaa.
11IL Minn Jo,4I.II.. Hull. nil! I a tift 'en cent cigar when tieatoel" and KiliMiarinil. t'lIl u :IH' ,ivio 'I| |10 IS II,.
The e'l." l .le of th i '".ill\ l "'nl, 111111.,, | .. ..1|
...tiixil l No I. , 641 00 exchange proposes to keep up an : 11. i --- -
MiHH I.OtliN.. hOfllliH.III. H;ll : spiolie a pipe on themseheiWOMEIONLY "f *.ll.l I "UII I t I I II I I"i II l"u I" .1,o,,I 1 1:11: j ::1 I
V I"'h.( .i. HChool No 1 _ do (nil active advertising campaign in orderto I an.l, 011.1.1 .iii.i| I I. \IMII, ,.f HIJ.I' alItof < :J I F. KHIHHsATTOKM

REAL ESTATE MIHH( Nntil Hart sal t..I",'incho.ilNo help maintain prices. W C. Temple iitta. Inn,. ill.. I"II'I, ' |I. I, .1 I ,iis., .,. \ ...11,

'. I. _ __ __ __. u 60( 00MlBH > 'lul| I \ III I III" I 'I''VI"I .i.s., I 111.,1 I t | |Ills,| :\ AT 1 .AVS -
*mmmmmm m*%"> * Nary Ur>'an. Hal tca<:herchonl If KNEW genel'al.manajte'r. and R. P. Burton tnielH ii pane I* ,..I lint $..1 ua"" KihsiMMtt FLA.

.. No. 1. ____ __ '., 60 00 lyIng and .b.IrIg In 'Ih.I Couiui "f (liar..-
--- -- Cxamioation
1. INSURANCE Minn May Chlnholtn.. aal tchr , sales manager, are both very optimistic ola anil Sill Ie .of riorlela.i to-wlt : i| of Titles a Specialy.

'1 nchoc.l No. 1, .. 60) _00(( ---- regarding prices for the bal 1.01. 7 lied l 8 'In I lt"'lt I 1..2, bo'nir' a tub-. I iKortfication, and
Miss Clara t tC1r.rt: ; l ';: What a lIeap'or HappineM It Would 1'"I..lun t ...t et..I.lal( Iinds ot; WII A'tlona payment of taxes of

school No. 1, 60 00 ance of the crop. lIteOo..1 IrJ tI, -wit ;-all\ tum-remdontg. given careful/ '
;\ ---- --1* Bring Kissimmee. Homes. rj'S
Examination of Titles a I Mian:: ; Emma Towell, ;salary;; j 2. n2..a.i' ;r4.,. \trs.oUonal.1'j' , attention.T .

..."..h..Hchnol No. 1 : .J 65 (00MMN Hard to do housework with an aching ItniiKeT*.. 1)) .
| Mi.loia l IusiM,1I. Hill tclit Jack-Once more, Molly, will you aiiel, iurt of H. otlot I ] Town'hu. 2* .
liackHniirs I 11,nit .. 311 I J.: I in i ,.. .'t .., .
i I In '11 I N':' I 4f till I II ? i I 'I I I t I I II.i
; Specialty. I :Mis- .Instil, :;i sn, .ml, nil! ;tilii. many m- 10"I"/ . i I Iil ., I I d l 'I, .1 t tI I ).\ ]JOhNSTON.vI1RIy.l:

._.1'.1 I' I N.. I It (111 'I."I ( you hours of nusoty at lei :Molly- I lor the twelfth time. this I Ihoul' $11.1:: .-,"I..I.. % ,"i, i"I, : .I .' __

:Mls I I ::1"l I 01"I I Ih I, \1111'I I .. I' slllt\ UI i .. DI I tt v\ orksoiiun I j, : "' S I I I ...1, I I III r ( : u\w:'
I tell I I will not .
i CorresDondence'Sollclted.I ; I you < .111,1 I I II. ,
I i h. i h. "I ;S I in n"I .i. i '
I :\II Iss .1.I ", :-."11 "nl, .S.I, 1 ti It i I f \ onj! knew the cause .I.ic( .k (of the. 111\\1) \\cll twelve II 11,1,:,::,:: '' ;I,,I ,I. I II /I I I II. I"' ) I H I (( ,li/d(1. HUlk Building
I t. .i. h. I t-5 I h.,1, I :NoM 7 ;"I "" I I ,11I.
:? I H .4.IiI.) I Ibi. I lIIn.I, ,, ....d Ii Iii I hut knots an luiui I is not duel slfll, for u \ "., ," . ,, ., S K''I/IIII''C' / florida

M. I IL ,. .I N.. I :"I "Iii Bit, kneho .pains often ee>me fin m I little craft. like. 'lit Hiti (I. ,'i I .. II '' .1.I .. . ' I I II"
I I :\IIH'' I '..t .i I I. ..t.I iln I I 25.1 I I 11'/I I ,I Iii \ou \ I, S "I I I. I I II.I . i I' I III ; -- - ---
W. 'rHunp] ( )1lr I h..1. I :5. .. 1 UI S.,, "" S'.eISL' kielne( j'>., -- _. -. I I .. i 'I'( '" I 1.1. I Ii I I l l I I I ,, V. I,, .
I 1'.1 I' N '" (".,. i $.,J.. l..cI.I, S NCI.. I le |.: VOlt. 11 III..K tIII..... ,, III' .., l"oJ '"i i I'' 'I l I Ii'' I I.""., < ....I. I ,. T "T."AKI..W
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FUNERAL DIRECTOR : H I 1..i ,ii i I I.. 1..01"., riinn, s Kidney, Pills. uic-1 for weak . \\ Ill, ,, ,Ii., 'I.I, ..I I i j jII nurtJ '
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I I H..d what a Kissininueciticn :N.lii; ,IH In'" I"I II thit .1. "' \ M I I 'IS. : I I '" I I I I .\ I Ii'i| 1 -, s ,
EMBALMER :\1'1,1.' I .I I >.ll'lltl i I.' S ll "I.I I IIX'I".r.. Flold.e \\ "". onManh )(I'\H./.I.: (SVI

I -,, I h",01' I No I II. ;,II nil I -.,> s : :Mis, 1'. ( ; \White Kissimme. I II l I I'M: I ;inel I..< I I. 20 1'11! :I, ".,aI.. I "! II I : I lilt I I' I .AW,'

.1// Opposite Court>ouH"r I :M 'ISM I l.Ih.-), 1 Hill I. '..II I I I. ." ,his. I lie in. ,!I. lei i I Enlrl: H. Siilnl, ( !Nils OSJ4Sniiii 111.1 5 I II' !1',1 ,. I", 1111 "" ,, .it.. .. .
I I h".1 I :No I ll. r". nilMIHH I'Ja. a"I: suffe re-el! from .- nllr,74' fe.r N '* of N\S'4 and SU, I I'I' |11:11 I Ill'' , ..I| |I" |II , I ._ L.. ,"? .1 I ?'. StIll.,' III,;III. 't'1.r.r. "" -,"". and' ct,

FLORIDA : i I Ills "h1. Mil. I..;i. I.r, *i 'h .iiiei: p.uns rough kidneys of :N' \\" \t Section 2". "township 31 "f' ,. H'' "Ill 01 I r......,l C ..!?." ?,.,".. ansi, tI., II"( 'l'lu"da. Hall.'
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). t I. 1 L .1"1.I ( I I,, .d"\ I Ih-, I IM 'it u I .ilso! had! a great deal of M.I I 'Id''.in. ,tIlls flu niytUe' of Intentl.iilalni , "11,11" \ 1 I... l.| Il-I I ,ClIAIII, I i .
I I h..1.I No .11 40 Ill< to thv land abej\ eleHcrlhiel 1.I. Ixto . 751111." Is |II I"I., |. . i II Sl:| | (I.AMii!. FLA.
secrctionh.. I Doan'sKielnej d I. ,
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111 ilHliI. S4< ( I in ike flvp >-,'ar 1'roof to .psla..lIsh.. I I ul' .I I "11111,1, ,I' - -- 'I I yr
: I H.'II... .IN.-I :li II' :lr> ."I' : Pills which I procured at the for (tin( CNrk of the. Circuit Court atKlKHlmmi. nil "h.! .. l.i N" . '".'I.. . l 1,1:-4 1 I I'I" i - - -- -

: ; Tested and Proved Good(I 1 Jut "Th"IIII"I "" siI! t lit'. h..t ".'. 1 'lorlela( on the' 16th eli\' I iiI.IIi' I.. 11"."" ".i. :5,1,, ', ''' .., l I 1:0):\); I \ :--IIHI\\: Jc 4llNSO:
H'' I h..1. I !No .1.' 1(1(, Ill"I Klssimmee Drup Co., relieved. me and lIt '\iiril( I 913.11iiniiilit I 1",1"' I :"IS. f..1 t N'i ,, | ._ 11''.. '" I' "
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at that time I publicly endorsed them. i name an ultneHH.sI'll I :l11W:: ii" hli| Jl x"' | K' ' 25 '1:151: A'I"1.i I '
well I ;:I'h. ( ,'
Freshness an. as hiKh'tfraeieuality.S. TliIi.i41ss : ? /
) ;,' ((1.11 aelKe-tt of AlKer. Florida 'Il I .17,, !,.,.I IllS ii" ,,,.Ii; , NSMIORATlAW
Call for what you want in the : ; lluiin { the years that have since It l I'. i.lblis: ;: of Algir 1 IMorlili.1C .: I..r I 1" till "", "" '" "i,.ell "mil.11, .,11.., \\ III I'r".t"I .,. ,III all) courts
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I have not lost faith in I.. I,,,, 1",1.' Mali ami l |
I GROCERY. LINE passed, my I McClelland of Whittier. Dor) .l-s" ul I .I," ,t t I" .., I,. 1. ," ,,r . > celcrI
this and I shall l he Ida. 'III. I Ire, nil ( ?,,", ,1. ." j, ,,sllll., ,,, (on") adJ"I"I"/
emedy always (
'M 201 ) Morns .\\'P., Birmingham. Ala. ( ,I. ,Ill 'Hi. J.lh, ,| .'1-1.' ( Broadway
HENRY S. CHUBB 11,1 .1"1..", II ,I', : ltIZCI.. Hank
Branch of barring Bro & ('o pleased to give it my endorsement 12-41 lUh'lKtiAIIV C'l.oIlIlI",I : ,t,, s .ls H ,lili, 145 Ktsitmmt.p

1 1 New Orleans, La. For I ale by all dealers. Price 50( I' ,'L ';"l"'l l .1,' )/'I""g.. /" I.1 I', 4i.IlIU', ,. ', l'an'H'i.lltlv' : 'II JIMMSH
I 11141 lIt
EIrlI'4IitI'4I: : l-Olt I'KI>..:," '.1. 1t11", I 'Iii' .
I i cents 1'oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, <1 I , .4 \l\ H.I... 001."....
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\\antH.ORIIA LKTTUCE.CKLERY New York sole agents for the United : .rrr.Mury llrpnrlmrnt. "rn..r Ibe :-<1" i" '', if '1,111g. ( nt, I I' I".I\\,11\,(,,I,, , ) ; I : (

}jt raw berries. and VegetablesIf States I .........rT.. VV ....'...1.... I). f'j., !March' lo,, :. .11111| IiNi1; ; \' :S: e nI\ I H I II! Knsiinin.M'M
IJ: IUI1.I'r.ipOHiLlH H, Klntcrnn.l
'.' I prices right, will buy carlots. Remember the name rDoan's-and ure bircKy .Hollciteel I I to hi, I : (

Ref. 1st Nail Bk, Birmingham, Ala, I take no other. opened In (the Office of She Sup*'rv'IsliiK, I :0..11"; IH I h", ..'..UI 111"._
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City Uk.&TrustCo.New Orleans, La.1213p Architect Treasury Ui'partrn. Wnsh ,I, 'H'.I' , .1Sl ..., i I,
I ; i I.i: -it Advertisement. InK 1011. 1>. C., at 10 clock A. M. on I I ,.MiIii lIt, glU..lIli.i",,, , "" ,,. ''," loruja

April H. 11(13 for I the Nail. or ilonutliin rnl".r.' ,. a Iii' ,ii.k-, .". Z.II.. j .:-.. . 14. ..
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- -'- to the llnltod Staten of a corner lot. It.." T :tI I :\1.i ,. 'I" -=r
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I,. centrally and conveniently located and l i...1'1.' HIIII" I.1 .luI.I.. I"
suitable for a Federal building alte. at I 2t It. \ I I'I : I : ''''iIl.i.l \1'1
KlBvimmpe. hlorlda\ The site must he I", a i "I " I", I .Is \ Il I

(( Gazette's-Directory of Produce and Commission Houses )) approximately (111.800 square feet In ) 1H"""I"Ih"h..1 is .i,11". I f.i.,"H''I' .( (1'10/( / .1 MONEY BROKER
Ill ,
i; area and If the lot offered Is ( I IllIIrl7.' "'' I II". 1,1(1,, I 01 .rol. ., New York
ffular ita minimum dimension I 'tIN SIMJI " '".' "11., ., will I
not IIBB than 116 feet. r'.Clan'l .rore..alt., It H'II(. or noilli.' ., I I .. -.Ij I I<.,ln'801. \\ 8'..,. I I' Finance
L Upon application the ; -. pI\l1t lltiisl, \ MIlls.. ;II"! fIsh,155' IlIg., .I"H\' ti, M.r. 11''I'n&' lI.mol.Metric.. Mining., Tim. I
ths ,' "''' Stocks. .
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ORANGES Potatoes Onions supply proaieetlvihbdders' with -uu,.. ,. n" Hal,1, H"IoI! 11I111"'r up F. G. ( '
Cabbage cular I: giving particulars\ as to requirementie : t"-wlt ?s..I.1., "u"t\ ,i..t; ti..: S"U "r"'I'e.THOMASON
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DIBBLE & SON and Instruction FLA.
.U'PLES and all other Teir preparation 100'M 4 ( ,
; Fruits and Vegetables wanted in carlots. We of bids and data to( accompany same I Florio/it It.IIIIIr. t (In JtIs.k 211. 't I". SOul, ),

have the outlet .and facilities to handle \V. 11 McADOO II r..t "1111'.' 14 MIllS ,.,
shipments th. ''OWII n (
your and iii
promptly IS. 31 Secretarys. tYo. Florida ( '''' ,, I IS is.I 11'1\' .lilill _
I satisfactorily Write or Wire -

; Sprigg FlemingCLEANING C. H. JAMES, '- Charleston W. Va. We. have Fruit five and and Truck ten-acre Land tracts in 13 4I I e.uiinllHii I , II-f i I i ,115's, \ \/i' Al 1111| .; sav-_.-.1", I I LOUIS A. .

>" IKI"; '('i) I III :DlToTlsKM. SEARSON
Ref : The Packer, Bradstreets and Kanawha National Bank. 6-13t Liberty Park the most desirable suburban Ia C ..urt of the
I nun' .Ju. .
property on the market which I or FIorII.t. lbae.oI. C "UD'Y. lslst C ACCOUNTANT

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PRESSING we are offering for your considerationat .f M. it. O.'f'.... ,
FRUITS I VEGETABLES AND prices that are nn.1 all 1,1'1\1. 55. ""I'lrlhlll..s, ,
PRODUCEJ. attractive We r.'rsI.s
; DYEING I OF 11mutiits hllVlll1Claim.: .. or;
HaitI Commercial
will be pleased to show these tracts to You. "no\ gatate "
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REPAIRING W. WRIGHT & CO. 6-i3tPd Memphis, Tenti. prospective purchasers at any time. notified( anti 'Mm.iP.'dV'". are h"3Z <'b)' AccountingIncorprat..j

_ _ Do not fail to see this property before ''''''' : M.x
&? Accountant

r.eaye word n my house and cloth DO YOU WANT QUICK RETURNS? purchasing, as it has the advantages \ N.rnay'" erslrppt. International, of the

trill be Cp lied lor and returned. of being close in and on the very best lal of o,,., ,,,ilL.; roi ""'. 1"lorlI., Ier.caNt | Accountant
Give us your next shipment of Flo rlda Fruits und.rslKn I to the Society
and Vegetables and ;you paved road in the county convenient or nr Hald Detroit.
will be ple as..d with the results wl.hln '? ? vi.rHrrPate.d lstat W.
Satisfaction Is our "Motto" to the city, school and churches. Five ot. Ii" dat4. herr.5 .

Satisfaction! Guaranteed 205 Dock St WM. acre tracts $250 and $300. Mareh I' 0 Boi fly
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YI!Ii YI!Ii!II!II!IHIi!Iili! !Ii .!Ii !Iili !Ii!Ii !Ii!Ii Yi !Ii !Ii !Ii!Ii !Ii YHfi !Ii Y; !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii!Ii Yi Sunday after the full moon that I , ,..-- ;
comes after March) 21st This
!HiHr the full moon came on the 22nd, so ru. BREAKER .
M. .
that in the observance of this rule & CO.

., ; Easter could not under any circum ii

. .' .:" Hi stances have come more than one a

,, .. : '. ... '1.'. :. ,:: ;, . HiHi day earlier. 4
.' '., " ." , ',11"i' ; 11(" !),':\,'," 1"1 "I''i.-\'J\ '' ,'';':\\J'' ; .f . 'j' When Rex was a boy we have often i

_..:... .:'. ..__. ..: '.....__.: __.." .:;." -,-(, __ __"':':' ."'r'-"r' :",., ,,:...-.4.'; .:. :: ..- heard our weatherwise seniors speak
Hi of the seven stars when they sat be-

.HiHi fore dark spring was.supposed to be Do you want1an

EVERY day is a gain day at this fully open. This year they 'ire very

.Hi low ,for .the season, so we. old fellows),

j .' store. Our stock is complete in HiHi predict an early spring. '
St. Patrick's day, ((17th) passed off Orange

quietly, the sons of Erin from this
every department. We can HiHi section celebrated',the day soberly and

quietly. The day is kept as one on

supply everything to furnish HiUi' which reptiles St. Patrick from Ireland.banished all poisonous Grove ? II _

The school is moving on the line of r
'f the home or run progress, our farmers have been com-

pelled to withdraw their forces on

-j the farm or account of work at home. In my

grove UiUi last article you caused me to say thatI We have some Bargains in'

had met Miss Whidden and Rull ,

Bass There was no Miss about it.
It was my intention to say Messrs.
; Groves to OfferBig -4
Whidden and Rull Bass, as' Rex has

UiUi never 'to his knowledge met a Miss

Osceola Hardware Whidden, the mistake looked some- r
Company H5Ui what ridiculous. Money to be made in Citrus

Fruit business in Florida now.
UiUi; City Block for Sale.

; One city block fronting on Main the
following properties
UiUi street, North Kissimmeo, which we ,

; are vestment.No.offering. for $600 cash. Fine inI and prices with property you
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!fi fifiYfi! ; !fiYfilififi; ! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxAL ; ; ! ; : ; ; ; ! ; i 471.-A -20-acre home. This see and be your own judge fi

-0- I splendid property lies two miles north II --
I from town, is practically level, rich
dark soil with fine chocolate I
I gray Grove. A
I Orange i twenty acre tract located oa
ESTATE ACTIVEAT is of the opinion that present prospects continue to pass and repass us, bringing subsoil;, 16 the acres remaining cleared four and in acres cultivation Fine 10-acre grove in full. bearing, i marl road two miles from depot on r
) are far more promising than buy(?rs from different sections, II St. Cloud road.
fenced, covered with a good growth located three miles from Kissimmee. Property has good y
they have been in the past. most of whom have sense enough to i of pine timber with some scatteringoak Good 4-room cottage and out-build house and three-acre orange grove In

OLD WHITTIER Mr. Jot Williams having built a recognize the, beauties of our climate ; about IVi acres of nice young ings. Splendid well of water, convenient bearing. This grove will yield from
line house| on a piece of land aboutone and sOIL A sensible man appreciates thrifty grove in bearing, besides a
number of fine Japanese persimmontrees to school and churches, railroad 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each
mile 1 from his old place, is enjoying this' thing, and recognizes the fact
some peahes, mulberries, station within 300 yards of prop- year. Sufficient land cleared and in
the pleasures of life to his own that there is future for this
coun- blackberries two kinds of I cultivation
grapes erty. Will sell for $7,000.00, on very to increase grove to twelve
UILROAD IS ON THE WAY satisfaction. !Mrs. Beulah and the ty that will amply repay them for the and a few bananas. The buildingsare I' favorable terms. See this property I| or fifteen acres, and at same time can
gills are making the crop. The land i time, trouble and expense they are comfortable, but not of great : be
value, consisting of a box house of r- yielding any garden truck\ desired. {
surrounding. the residence is fertile, put to in procuring home. i
a iIf
five large rooms, porch, several outbuildings Orange} (;ro\e. in search of property that will
VT SECTION WILL BE ONE OF and the is that with the ) ,
supposition )Hunters' Paradise is in a state of such houses tool
as grain I results now, and at all time while .
IK: :MOST DESIRABLE IN:'/ THE sturdy Will F.rtic'sis"il'tanl'e u fine agitation which betokens great and and wagon sheds, stables, etc. One Ten-acre grove, half in bearing orange while extending new investigate y
crop will lie raised. wonderful events. deep artesian well and one surface trees, the other half in young grove, .
COl This property is convenient .
The Travelers' Rest has been presented Our I Democratic Rooster has as.1 well. This land adjoins the finest trees just coming into bearing, consisting t
is ESTABLISHED.olitics orange grove in the country, growing to town, has marled road on one side,
"ith) a new coat and the outside xemhled. the fowldom I All of oranges, grapefruit and
congress and on the same kind of land. kindsof one end. Price $4,200.ORANGE +
covering has made a favorable notified them that Woodrow Wilsonof crops grow encouragingly on this .angerines. One of the very best
change for the better, neither it nor land and it is the prettiest place fora properties offered in Osceola county. GROVE
and wind have both been the Lake Marion hotel is doing any New Jersey -is a scholar and an home in this section of the country. Close to railroad station. Price Twenty-acre orange grove, all under 1
ring hard this week. March can considerable amount of business, 1 I unfortunate gentleman who has the There is a fine line of forest trees on $5,000.00. Terms on part of purchase good fence. Railroad run i l lDO
the outside of the fence with beau-
luster our native politician. tourists leaving earlier than usual misfortune of being sentenced to the tiful palm inside of the yard, also price. through grove; station adjoining
ps are looking in good shape; we this spring. White House for four years to waiton some thrifty maples, magnolias, live property; good school and church

f a talk with Frank Godwin, our At the Drawdy domicile affairs remain about one hundred million people, oaks and several other varieties of Young Grove, consisting of 12 acres within quarter mile of property. AH
cc of farmers. lie complains of his is now president of the Uunted States shade trees and ornamental shrub- that
The Valincia
unchanged. patriarch on grapefruit and 3 acres late crops can grown in Florida p
I much rain but does not fear any easy chair with pipe In mouth decor- and that as their country in the past bery troduce and you the owner We want of this to land in- oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, do wellon this place. If you desire

us injury to his crops. Frank ates the front porch; the ladies are has stood with unwaivering fidelityto and let you buy direct. You can buyit on the east side of Lake Tohopeka- a home in Florida write or call on u*

st simply one of the best farmers away, Miss Amanda at Will's and the cause he advocates, look for- at a bargain and on favorable has been planted one year, trees in quick, as this property; will not be on
tiis country and his opinion on the and at Beau's andas ward for great things in the South. terms of payment.No. .
Miss Jane Quinsy fine condition, land well drained. This the market long at the price named.
lion is worthy of record, and he it leaves The are still on the trees
Denver is likewise oranges This
away 474.-We have two four room property offered for $4000-$2500 property we are offering for a
the housekeepers few in number. and will remain there till used for cash, balance in one and two years at short time for $12,000. Will sell as a
located on nice high ,
Our little mercantile: world is ablaze eating purposes. Cow penning is cottages 6 per cent. Will increase in value whole or divided into two part if
with the glory of its shapes, sizes, now the order of the day and the 73Hxl47V4, feet each, within two very rapidly. desired. -
blocks of paved street, in South Kis-
fashions and the huge dimensions of country will soon be flowing with .o
lesirable Ten and Florida the latter be- simmee. One of these houses is on -
its grocery products. The real' estate milk syrup, n
market holds itself together witha ing equal if not superior to honey a corner lot We can offer either of YOU WANT A HOME OF YOUR OWNt 'i. ,. ..:;
Cattle have made fine showing this these home at a very low, price, and b bin
steadiness and firmness which a If you have never experienced the pleasure of having a winter home t i f r
S speaks well for our land holders rec- year. It's as hard'.to find a dead on easy terms. the best section of Florida little ('
place call
and a you can your own, you had \;
Twenty ognizing the fact that they live in a cow this spring as it was to find a .
dead at the beginning of No. SOI-An attractive home in better get buoy! as the longer you wait the higher the price you'will have
country that when open to transpor- cavalryman Pinedale. This property is just out-
tation will; equal if not excel nearly the civil war.Primitive side of city Ijmits, on high ground. to pay for choice properties like the following:

nearly other county in Florida, Baptist church on the House is two-story and contains eight
Acre Tracts any No. 464.-$3500.-, modern New, modern six-room bungalow' ,
of the progressive. order, not yet completed, rooms, all plastered and hard oil finish -
and in recognition opportunities +
: have two porches, fine well and large ix-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath lavatory, hot and cold water, .
the but Mr. Fertic and his son Will,
__ Moon to be presented by approaching barn. This house is located on a five- and cold water electric lights, beautiful electric lights, tiled bath room, two r|
[For Trucking and Fruit Grow- railroad, our people are the matter in hand and propose to acre tract, with beautiful view of the expensive mantels, new furniture, fire places. Lot 73x117 feet Located \f
holding their property, trusting that have it in preaching order before the city and lake. Land is adapted to cit- liS ,
nice House furnished
(Ing. Our land extends from its future development will afford end of the present week. rus fruits and trucking. This property rugs. complete, on Mabbette street, four and one- re
I can be had for $3,300 on very ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from post office. One of
their passed we
Easter Sunday having
eity limits nearly to Orlando. them a richer return for fidelityand I favorable terms. Will introduce cus- 147% feet, on which is 20 full bearing Price $3,000.
fortitude.The look forward to more settled weather,
and let them deal di-
tomer to owner trees. Located in threeand .
Only $30 per acre.fcTrrnm several land agents this event is celebrated according to rect. orange
company a half blocks of the post office, | Nice, new six-room cottage, bath ti
H. M. Breaker & Co.
: $2 per acre cash and $2 I on beautiful Verona street, in the very I and electric lights, two porches, lo-

I --' --- -- --- best neighborhood. Call and let | cated on fine corner lot 74V4xll7 feet
(per acre monthly. a
TEACHES: OF FLORIZ. I us show you this beautiful home. ', on Mabbette St. New.sidewalks.. A, !'
--'KITE FOR HOOK LETMcKOY Terms on part of purchase if desired. 'fnice comfortable home. Price $2400.

Stetson Opens Spring Normal Review Course SHOESof I I No. 309-Splendid new six-room ''1.
No. 475.-Close in home. This is I house, just inside city limits, fine deep

\lit It :"rI'JI 'I'U )111' :at'1'11.. a nice little house of five rooms and i well, lot contains two acres of ground, }
fiend fur l,1,1111'1111.> A six-olnl low railIs Klvcn The State text hooks areas bath, with modern conveniences, on 1
good new barn, and buggy''
-- d. You can enter at any timi Prepare for a better irradv Cost IB only wagon
14 Mi) per creek. or $89 00 for the nine wct-kB This Includes table board, room, corner lot 75x120 feet Within two I sheds, all under good new fence. Fine
hail nod tuition Send for picture bulletin.Addn QUALITYWith locks of Broadway. House furnished {-location for small truck
-ss, !MTKTSON! I M\ ":11111'1''', n..l.aDd Florida.SM' or
Land CompanyMach \ /iittmllon Is called/ to The Preliminary l' ur..e In AitrleuUnre. Botany complete, ready to move in and begin poultry ranch. This is a fine prop- r
Illnloto I "' nlll(> and Inurtr.inlc Chemistry Qualitative and Quantitative analy- housekeeping, without the expenditure -'osition where you will have the freedom -
Building. sts. AmUulluinl I Chemistry, Mllli-raloary, Geology.l Ac :The I'rr-ltlvdlrml Course: the unerring of the country, yet close enough
rtiiHlitloKv.: ;Illnloity.:: Anatomy Hacterloloiry. Histology. Zoology. Hotany. UeniralCh same eye of additional money above the to enjoy all the advantages of the t

KISSIMMEE FLA. au.d<-iiiltrIimr\ ..t M..IC' > -ranlr Piano.Ch.Pipe'rn/elrv./ orsr&n.Qualitative Violin. Voice.and' Quantitative Harmonv' and Chemistry.('II.. us Nock for quality used in the selectionof price which we offer the property for. city, such as splendid high school, best ..' R f
!school. i>f J'-lne Arts-Oruwlnif. Painting In Oil, Water Color. &c -tJt Price $2,200.00, including furniture. i markets, churches, etc. Price $1750.
our groceries, we have pur .I -
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Here's the opportunity to buy homcsiles in the newest and best located I i.1
A WORLD OF EYE TROUBLES Ladies' and Men's Shoes and sub-division. ;

Oxfords in all the latest PINE CREST is' situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette street ,overlook- ; ;,

SPRING STYLES ing the City and Lake, and is bound to became one of the best resident sub

4 rr WOULD BE AVOIDED IF PEOPLE IIAD THEIR SIGHT Which we are offering at ex- divisions in Kissimmee. This is where the birds sing and not where the frogs r:;

o : PROPERLY ATTENDED TO. BE ONE OF THE WISE tremely low prices. croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people

ONES AND WEAR GLASSES ONLY AFTER WE HAVE who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough landto

4- MADE A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF YOUR EYES. $5.00 quality Pat. Oxfords $3.95 build a real home on, at a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lots
l Tan Oxfords 3.45
-' .4 li, THEN YOUR GLASSES WILL BE JUST WHAT YOUR $4.00 quality this winter. Call early and get your choice. Price range $70.00 to $100 per

r SIGHT REQUIRES. ANY OTHER METHOD OF SELECTING $2.00 Ladies' Whit Canvas 1.35 .lot on easy terms of payment. s
; $2.00 Men's Work Shoes 1.25

,, l t ANY RISK -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekalig '
and guaranteed by We have nice high lots, near the lake, which we are offering at prices

that are attractive. See these lots, get our prices and terms on them beforeyou

WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S decide on a location for a home. .

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FROM 'VOYAGETO . . .. . . . . . . . . . .
EXHIBITED RETURNING - - - . . . . . . -
RIVED ANI> 'WII.I; BE : j II i III > *+III1IIII1I III. .. . . .... '
111 J egg.tor hatching, 15 for fl.60.7r.

was FOR SALE-$3600"wm u ra- yaluW,- H. Blanchaine. T 1

The Kissimmee' pictures in motion Mr. C. W. Ward a member of ble property in the heart of Kissim cent FOR SALE-Ten acres of good Uni

II will be exhibited at the Pastime next the party that returned Monday from mee, now paying amount.about 14 Enhancing per in Northwest Kiasimmee, frontlni!

4. r : week beginning Monday afternoonand I the trip through the lakes to Ft. in on value the above every day. II. M. Breaker I I East on Vine stree. .Suitably/,
continuing through Tuesday and 'Lauderdale.[ In fact, he was the organizer & Co. 39U small fruits, vegetables, general
dairy or chicken :farm.
Wednesday. < There will be two per- of the'party, and no one found trucking Jf
35 reinforced sold quickly, will take
FOR SALK:-At a bargain; : $760.00
formances a day, matinee at 2:30:: and greater interest in the excursion. than cement fence posts and 2RO: which is less than the city alllle. 1

i regular evening shows. After that he. cypress fence posts. A. 13. Jarrell, valuation. G. F. Kribbg, Kiss....

1' the picture will be sent away for exhibition I :Mr. Ward made a log of the journey .Kissimmee Drug Co.__ mee, Kla. ftf"FORSAU ,
in other cities. which is filled with valuable information ------------------ --------
International :: 100
FOR SALE 2 h. p. acres fine muck
I 1 Manager J. I). Woodheck gave a and notes. One of the Harvester gasoline engine, in good land. Railroad survey through tUj

Listen !We : trial exhibition Friday morning to most important is that which refersto running order. Will 'sell at a sacrifice land and adapted to truck fannia.! *

i the. officers of the Board of Trade and the dimensions of the lock in the if taken at once. Apply 7af Price on application r l bull

do not believe '''the newspaper men. The pictures drainage canal, six miles from Ft. Gazette office.- -----________ gain.Fill. Address box 362, KI88lm

came out vividly and many views with I Lauderdale. The lock will take a FOR SALE-: Beggar weed seed fjOc __ ,

in fooling those the people in them make them life- boat 85x22 Any boat larger than per lb. Velvet beans $ bu, FOR SALE-At a bargain, motor

like and realistic. The trial was a I that would be unable to pass. The Tom Watson and other varieties of boat "Gadfly" :Ox8V4! ; 15 in. draft;
Ib., :3'lyears
Seed 60c
whoqiveustheir r pronounced success' and it wa- theverdict State keeps a man at the lock day and Watermelon of honorable business per dealings I TJ! h. p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. engine; tall

of all who saw it that the investment I night; and there is no trouble to get is our foundation for success eK-nt; everything new Term

Confidence I as an advertising venture past. If the travel! of any vessel is and your guarantee of proper on pirrt: if desired. See Saunders

6 ,xt will be productive of results. Of all i regular IIi" necessary to get a permit treatment Girardeau Seed Or, at Gazette; office. y
the scenes given that of the schoolchildren from the State. ;Monticello.: Fla._ _____ __

t Buy your new spring suit from us and is the best. I Mr. Waid took samples of soil near I LAUNCII-FOR SALE-Length 18ft., FOR with SALE-Large full size billiard table
Everybody in Kissimmee should seethe Lake Okeeihobee and further on down :a! ft. li in. beam, .equipped with equipment. Apply to

you won't be fooled. We never "Spring" a picture before it is sent away. I the canal. It i-.. black as your hat lamps f Ore. extinguisher,' life preserver Frank, Vans- Agnew.; 1 3
11. Motoigo
Manager Woodbeck has a decorated. looksas\ if it would grow anything cushions': 2Mj FOR SALE-At; a bargain, fivec J;
that and good older be examined
f style that Is not nor a quality ..njiw. in ; can
proper, grapefruit
; banner, made to advertise the picture, t without feilili/.er. That sample time A. W. I'aynter, orange grove. Ap.
) any
Is not upright. We have sprung to the front which will be sent along with it to taken nearest th' lake was almostentirely JOtf( ielll: StilkllC! ply to C. !11 1 _Ebtey; Box. 407. 11-4t

In our business because we have done upright the theaters showing the KisMnmioe I five from 'fiber und in a more FOR- SALE- Fr.t:--- Class Al Rcbtua- \FOR !-ALE--Fuur; good mules. J. i'Nll1er.
film. .
complete state of decomposition. rant doing good business. best location ijFOK .
buslness-be ause we have sold "right ', The party skilled Luke\ Okeetholx-e in town. Reason for sellingmy - -- .- -- - -
ABOUT ORAPKFKt'IT.; I ; and divided tune required to look SALE=2U: foot motor boat. a.piehs .
distance saw
down" grades of merchandise for rlghtdOJn" That the day is not far distant for a considerable made after property interestsof! other hull, :iV4 H. P. Fairbanks
many things" of interest 'They Kissuumee :Morse engine' fully equipped
pUI.tll'iAddress !F. A. Lincoln firrt.
when and ,
I by fertilization are
prices. proper iin e\curs.i Ii p'FityIor's.creek\ to thetownsite ) Fla. :!-tf for $7;, cash this week. Will wU
I grapefruit will be matured every I of C Okeecholiee. where con- class condition. Cost $250, will sap
Our lamb Is our trade mark. Every time month in the year and c sliipincnts will 1 sideiableoik of tlearmg and building FOR( SALK: SIS gasoline lute for power equipment. seperate if d..
never cease is the Ii..m'ell'f. \ of Mr.: :fi! XanitaM lo'lc'li. \' and) pad *I; uri-d. Address I'. O. Box 673, Kin
boat Itopp'dif"
I The
you see him, remember that when we tell A. L. Hearn, one of the permanent .. a is while being at done.a hotel on the south( H.". hcst, lingo si/e. $:(. oak ,pede,. sunru(*e. 1l1t

all wool there growers and shippers of the KedlamN whena tal dining table and huff..!. I Ivather.Moil FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
you a garment Is Is nothingbut side of the lake\ at Rita Browner
(I section in the southern part of Dade number of H-ople have found lodging ; 'is Chan. loikcis and 1 all other 5 acres' fine truck land Wittgood
I |
wool In It. Beginning with September, low 7-room house, plastered
county. !! during the season' It ,is said to l I..l IIOUM'hold fuimtuie al \eij ; and
ou t.bUIld within
I Ihc states groves have been blooming : a delightful spot, and :Ml Ward tos pines, at 211! I Vernon Axe II Ip limits of Ing.KiHsimmee. corporation 2000.00
I month thus lie believes. _ '
every year. -
tides Ihat the hotel garden there I' .u' Miluution. Want grove land. PJ..
H. C. STAIFORD. & CO that the way to make grapefruit bloom one of the finest he ever saw If Iii It i S\li E: Kimball: piano, nearly ': fcr, to deal with principals. Address -
just when it is desired to doo will 'iirvx : sell heap; owner leaving' \P. O. box 573, Kiss mme 11
;Neat; the lake they picket! up an
L be determined; within a short\ time town Appl.x at the Elite Millinery: -._- -
J Indian Willie Jumper who had beenwaiting FOR SALEA
| When that is done, South Florida will :Stole; 1 l-Jtpii; ; beautiful suburb
: for ( 'apt. Johnson's boat for home A new H.rr>om house, modern
be in class itself
I placed a by two weeks 'I'he Seminole, got aboard Fill SALE: ( MEAT .\ second! hand l ; new barn ; deep well\; about M
t young fruit trees different
I METHODIST ClUJ HII. with his dugout canoe, and became a soda 1, fountain in good condition. at .'> acres farm land fenced with varititc

/ i Dr. Sibert will preach next Sundeyat ;I member of the party until they arrived 'I1I"th Hutler'n Harder Shop. I 14tf proof fenc Land has been hop

Jacksonville Real Estate Bargains 11 a. m. on "Melchizedek's Blessing I at Ft. Lauderdale. Jumperposed ___ __ n__ _ __ __ two years and well fertilised calt4vated ,

f 1 We own all the property we handle and have ," at 7:30: p. m., 'Substitutes for several times for his photograph LOST=-- In Goblet's Cove, one 14-ft.- -For further information ask Mrs,
Christ." I and seemed intensely pleasedat row boat; coat, trousers and two Summers, 608 Penfield Ave., Soutt

t. many bargains now. Send for full particulars.Dunn I" A cordial invitation is extended I the treatment he was given. shirts If found notify C. A. I Kissimmee. 11..,

Bradstreet and Bank Reference all to attend these services. sale, small farm 9
: PARSONS I REALTY CO. 459 St James Bldg Jacksonville says Mr. Ward. There are many = acres. Cash or terms. Geq" .
i Most towns; are prettier than theyare motor boats on the river and altogether \ -Live soft shell turtles on Parker. 11-4&
Wednesdays of each week. W IJ.Maktnson II &
I painted. the place has the appearanceof
thrift and prosperity.At : ('o. H-4t.d! FOR SALE-Indian runner duck
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O. Box 205.
Ft. Lauderdale Mrs. James,Car WANTED I tinges from owners onlyon U

son I left the party and returned to orange groves. and timber tracts MEET me at Kissimmee Drug COL

J Jacksonville by train, as did Supt. Wilson & Lowry :I10 Dyal Up- and we will get a drink of the tort

Higgins, of the A. C. L., of Sanford. church Bid, Jacksonville, Fla. 14-p:! soda water made. aut/

Capt. Clay Johnson on whose boat ,
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the trip was made, did everything in BEAN; ; PICKERS WANTElon!; > Cypress 1 FOR RENT.

his power to make things pleasant, I Island Saturday and :Monday I FOR
thanksof Modern cottaeee, *ui.
said Mr. Ward, and earned the
Crockery Glassware his Free ride; boat leaves city dock at mer rates. Mrg. E. E. Weils. Jut
every member of the party by 6:30 a. m. 14-ltpd

1 courteous attention and houghtfl1lnells. ., FOR IlENT-A new 5-room cotUrt
k \ '
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: .' e ':" ;. l ..' '1 .Big Bargain In a Home Inquire Mrs. Summers, 608 Pt.

Splendid new six-room house, just field Ave., South Kissimmee. 13-U
inside city limits, tine deep well, nit
THE "COUNTY EAIR"REPEATED contains two acri., o' Jrr""II.I, good FOR KENT: OR SALE.. Two-.ton

new ban: waLon and !buggy ,1".01". store building, on Brack St., Nortt
I ant'' rill ui d'r l l good ,in, .u f(.i.* e i fine' Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf
location for mall tuk gaidri or - - --
-. 1 pouluy ranch' 'Im.-I ; .\ line p <,jnitlon (IIViiLINS' !;(; for rent, opply to It
Arrived .- will l tt on' will have the free TlIer
Just )
doni of tl..' ,,..lJtr ., ".l 1 in o-r i i uugh: -- ----
:-; l'TESS1011:' L.JUa1'111(; : to enioyill, the IlI,-..11!,ta|>e- of the: ''OK{ HETA: modern 3-room flU

E'IOETn'i:' : : ESSED IT. city, su,'h as ".Io'lld'd] !> In;;li ,10"1",1 l with all city conveniences. Applfl,
f.. i I mnrkets; I'i hi.nh.-,' : . .-ic )I'm"-
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A new, complete and up-to-date line off KENT= -Vans Agnew dwelling
1 /
partly furnished, Vernon tol|
"fhe 1 County ]Fair," a niclaiiKt of I Hi.van stieetn.ll corner

music and dancing/ choruses was given I>. (; Wagner, Agent
at the \Pastime last evening an dwill Bronchitis .

be repeated this. evening. MISCELLANEOUS.
Crockery andGlassware The cast is made up of local characters i _
Asthma I WADE, the
and with the numerous groups, or tuner, Orlando.

ranging from the tots to the grown- LOST-Somewhere between (nail

upe there are more than a hundred house: and Carson's store, one 8-yetf
character in the play. A large audience i Birch Mountain Herb Tea old boy'n coat, blue serge. Rewari:
i if returned 114
to this! office.
witnessed last
I performance Has no Equal. -------
.,. night and it is predicted that an WANTEIHsTiT"o7 seven room hoWl|

equally numerous gathering will greet Just as Good. for a permanent renter. SOB'

the repetition of the piece, which was I close in. Address, P. O. Box 66Kissimmee.
for the table the 7B/
Everything dining
put on under the auspices of the Better than any ready-made medi- _. - --

t American Woman's League by Miss I cines.. It is purer and guaranteedmore WANTED; -Young man of ability 0

Isa B. Potter. effective than anything i young, married couple that can pr
kitchen of the house.
krvt or any part The play as presented to Kissim I known to the medical profession.. due $1,000.00 cash security to P :
... mee patrons by Kissimmee talent was Made at home in five minutes- : a position of managing a drygooh

probably the best of any of the local even by a child. Purely vegetableand store. Salary and commis :

talent entertainments staged at the contains no alcohol narcoticsor splendid opportunity for right pat/'
Prices are very reasonable for these Pastime this season. This is due
poison. If you are a sufferer ty that looks for success. An *

1 primarily to the readiness with which form Asthma I Box 487, Kissirnmee, Fla 9t
the parts are assumed;; the tunefulness ,
fine lines. Assortment is largeWaring Bronchitis or in
of the music and the superior WANTED-A first-class white
tact any throat her to work baJ'oI
on Saturdays.
\ tutelage displayed by Miss Potter. Al I
lung, stomach Kenneth P. Butler.
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The cast of characters included: -
0- \kidney or blad-
Wadley Parker, Mrs. Clark, Dr. Par der trouble LARGE CO-OPERATIVE Colony JIIIfI
get organized near Tampa, Fla., -
ker, Mrs. Derbyshire, Miss Brainard,
yourself a can town being built, lots and land.*
Mr. McCaughen, Lucy Buckels, Harry of Birch Mountain a fraction of usual cost. For iraf
( Trading CO. Outlaw, Horace Dann, Dick Canning, Herb Teaat mation address N R. White, C&

Doris Nickilis, Miss Derbyshire, Mrs. once and if tal Springs, Fla. ?-8t, j

'. Best, Frank Sale, Miss Saunders,
: < \i you start to ORDER YOUR trees at once tins
Clayton Hughes, Helen Brainard, K taking it regularly will 1 Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw, Ml*

Lauders, Florence Canning, Leona feel 1 as if life you begin'to man, room No. 1, State Bank BttfJ
.v Roberson, Chauncy Hawthorne, Mrs. was tag. 40 |
and will
in a very short time
Harrington, A. E. Bearden, Jno. Simp- you 1
\, kins, R. W. Freeman, Will Mason Til- see a. wonderful' change in yourcondition. .

: ler. Mary Carson, Mrs. W. J. Sears It is Just as effective inI I

: ., Glassware Crockery and ason many, Miss others.Ruby Ellis Miss and Louise Mrs.Thom-S. H. WjW8oCough severe! cases ht.sweats.of Catarrh, Our Colds La, Grippe CoughS Mrs E. Well$ .

: Bullock had charge of the music. ? guarantee
... goes with every can and if it does .J f.

;.;: not benefit you, your druggist will Real Estate Land '"'
you your
, money. "
Having installed a larger one, we BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO. Insurance

are offering our 24-inch Economic Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A. :

paper cutter for sale at a bargain. Sold by KiHsimmc.-
Drug Co. Kissim- Renting Dwellings, Fu
First check for $40 takes it. mee, Florida.
Rooms, andr Truck Land a' .
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