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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: November 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: VID00622
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The Valley Gazette in its issue- of tti 'rt 1111j1It9'? The union Thanksglving.emc... '

4, last week took occasion to criticise the 1 weie held last night at the Christian '
church. The invocation was led by i
t game law passed at the last sessionof Rev.. A. M. Chishotm the Scriptures ,

the legislature which criticism .1 were read and prayer .led by Dr. 'j

brought forth the following letter I It J. D. Sibert: the sermon was preached
w+ .from State Game Warden.Jones: by Dr. W. B. Wltherspoon. the music
was led by a combined choir of the
Jacksonville, Fla./'Ncrv 24, 1913. various churches and' the closing ,
4 Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette Klssimmeei '. prayer was offered by Dr. A. J. Holt.The .- '

; Fla. ".",..I...."". .-..III:1. ,; \:", .. \ol'. ". .;". ., 'attendance taxed the seating, ,
Dear Sir: I notice an article in c ,tt' "'" .. .i.\. < ....'. I capacity, of the house to the utmost
a 'issue of Friday; 21st relative ..".,,. J "' 1.t .._ , ,
,your instant ( Tit"; ""' . I .' 4: and the order and attention were pro'
to the Game. and Fish Depart- .;! "..... >IMNI" ;';"1",0. f- 1\ ;' ""'4 5. found throughout. ,

A' ,ment. I am receiving from several w "arNl'ht N ti : .,::. '44arP: . The introductory scripture reterrecl
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: Y. different newspapers of this state continued to the omnipresence: and diligent car h
criticisms regarding my methods I of God and the fact that both the '
of enforcing the law;and also for HOME OF HON. E" L. LESLEY-ON BROADWAY e darkness and the Igiht are alike to ;w, ;

appointing two brothers of mine I _______ _ '__ Him. Another reference was to the "
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County Game and Fish Warden. First commandment In Exodus for a convocation ,x
will say I am glad that Florida hasnot'but BOTH THE: DIXIE-----n-- "YOUKNOW' NOT of the people of Israel at the' i
fifty counties and I haven'tfifty end of the harvest, and the preacher
brothers, but if I had fortjy-eight I said it would be difficult to prove
more brothers like the two. have appointed AND THE: PASTIME: I YOUR ADVANTAGES"IS that this commandment was not binding '

I would give them each a today. God at the time laid out ;, ,r

county. I a program, to cover the entire needs.,< r
The main criticisms have been for HAD STAR ATTRACTIONS THE THEWAY A. D. PAGE,,A'NEW' of His people! industrial, social civil i1
insisting that all licenses possible be \ and religious.The ,
l '.old. I presume that very few of the FIRST THREE NIGHTS OF Do Your, Christmas. YORK CAPITALIST. SPEAKSOF speaker' said we ought' to be A

editors who have taken up this subject THIS WEEK KISSIMMEE. thankful and praise: God for the following -
for the purpose of making a fuss This Yearin reasons: ,t.
about something and to fill up space Shopping The sermon in part; was M follows: ti
have read the .. We
on their sheets ever should thank and praiso 'Al
chapter creating this department butI Our people certainly have the local no ._ City Kissimmee It is a'real pleasure to meet'an up-. mighty God .1. Because He U God.

see have and I heartily grounds'1 for complaint for lack against of stollar at-- to. ate business man from the' nie, ,He is not a flimsy myth, but the creator '

agree with you in your criticism of ractlons'thls.playhouses week, as both tho Dixie tro polio) of America who la not so, self-' upholder aad rightful, ruler of M
the law as passed. I do not wonder all things, and i. the abounding
and Pastime gave splendid performances We refuse believe there is in centered that he believes the entireuniverse '
that it "became the law without the Wednesday to a person source of all good.! Even the kind
Monday Tuesday revolves 'around that little
approval of the Governor. You will charitable deeds of the
IJ Kissimmee but who desires this city to progress wicked have 'i
probably be surprised to know that nights. neck of land bounded by the' North their impulse in God. The organised 4
4 lawmakers who represent. It was the formal opening' of the \t. socially, morally aad 6 ..ciaU,. benevolent
some of the Dixie Theater and Manager Tano is ; and East rivers., Such a than was associations are traceable !
-.- od the people in the last legislatureand to be congratulated for securing sucha We refuse to believe there's a 'person i. here a few 'days"' this-Iweek-A. -D. to an impulse of Almighty -God, for
It have been free in ,Is 'no
on good-
passed thatdoesnotorigt ,
their criticism of me for forcing the high-class troupe as Peruchi-Viyp-; Kissimmee but who ,will resent the statemept Page by",nam -and says that he will th.ret In ,Him. ,

?{ry ,sale of all licenses possible. ene"The. Turning, Point," which was _. that we do not live in the most prosperous, be here i again before the holidays, 2.. Because this Is a. Christian na. &
knew the Warden's compensation remain some time. '.Lion It was founded by Christian '
As you when he will, for ; men
t I. a part of the license fee and the opening playwati a masterpiece" Tues the most progressive, the most moral ad Mr.. is ''of the capitalists',for the free worship of God. Proof ,4+
the "White Sister on Page one s
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fines imposed for violations. There the healthiest city'' i. America.n of this is in the fact that.the sessions '
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aside the day night, but the same cannot be who purchased Edgewaler magnificent of ;
dollar set by our legislatures and
was not one which of nine hundred' -congress are
said of "Life's Shop Window We know from association of that property '
cre- years opened with '
and windy prayer. The political
great Mr. l the west'shore of the
Wednesday night. acres lying on
presented '
ated this department to pay Its operating of- was Peruchi has gathered around ,him a ..., ." , ::",,,\\'tl1e people of Kissunmee are'ulaoDorable."J'. , .. ,, .. lake about,eight miles south of Klan conventions, disreputable. as many denominate
they presuming (; t. I them are opened 'with ;
expenses that Its expense would be class of artists who render Miss Gyp-' i ."f'.1, ii honest, as moral, as God-feariag a peopleinhabit ':/.' ,"''axe .;i" simmee, and which is being- brought prayer.. In the inaugurations of Gov- ?I }'
course l:
; We to the state of cultivation in
rene splendid support. suggest:: " .i : highest
i>, paid like theirs were paid while pass to Mr. 'Ptiruchl that he omit-"Life's, ai!_ the ea rtIa'I'_. ''f 1' :,! J" J < '; J :the production of vegetables and citrus: eroors and Presidents and In innumerJ J/( t'.
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ing it,. but making no provision for it. Window" from his repertoire I, ' 1 ,.):rYr '..., 'fruits. t ;t't t i|able functions there is the Christian f: "s
I personally have financed this de- Shop in '. .' And knowing these thing it pains ns .t. :: I prayer which proves that we have .always .' ,, 's
that has been no character play permits any In speaking a representative of held the .
; partment every copper call their attention many I theory. thet God fa'I.
to error
a common
i member of his troupe to demonstrate the Gazette Mr. Page said that
and knowing Valley the
ipent since Its creation rightful and helpful participant :l I ''
the provisions of the law and its hii p or her ability. held ,! of ,them are guilty of committing, especially .. he did not believe our people were 'I. in all our affairs. .
I surely should have the The Williams StOck Company aware of the many advantages this A little more than half
faults this of the a century
many at I
the boards at thePastime during the season year. and offered
surrounding territory
fit city ,
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to use such methods as see ago were 'forty or more free-
1v;'; in right its enforcement. I have undertakento same three nights and at every per- We allude to the patronizing of mail order the home seeker and investor. The love societies in this country and whew
enforce the law prevent violationas formance the' house was filled. The houses when fer business In which Mr. Page is engaged these were, being pressed to 'the wall,
purchasing presents c
all of the highest ,
selling performers were carries him over a large part of the
fund exclaimed
possible, and create a by they "We fall back on our
fc order, and the specialties were far members their families friends. world and he without the least hesitation
licenses and I am going to con- or personal right, which) we have never
tinue that plan as long as I see the above the average. 3* connection with die Valley declared that here he found the urrendered"; but the state said, .We
During !
The of both the vlxieand our :
managers the soil t
ocf ltr and as best climate most productive create
f. necessity and success \ l legislation as it Is needed' to <
\ sk ? long as I hold the job, and in pleading the Pastime are exerting the .highest every i| Gazette we have written dozens of columns .. and the' most hospitable people he express and make potent the Chris- L
r io the criticisms for ft, I am effort to give our people ever experienced or had the pleasureof Ian convictions of otfr fathers. Then ,
guilty the this .
detailing fallacy practice.We
; the'most
to every warden in the state class of attractions, and deserve meeting. He predicted that withina the free-love communltief disappear r'
the ending letter that follows.I liberal patronage. have told die story repeatedly of how few years practically every aero of ed. .
much .1 land in this section will be under cultivation .. There 'has
article very been a 'little recession '
appreciate your dollar sent to n vail order house lessened A
and assure you that I am handling BUNNELL ADDSTRACTION ; as a largnumber of peoplein from the position that this country ',' ''
; this department under bad conditionsand the working'capital of the city. the North and West'regardless of Is' Christian and the Bible has been
but to the best of ... what'* business they may be engagedIn put out of some of our public e '
disadvantages ENGINEThe : : We .have said and said again that the continued , schools ? ;
ability. And in conclusion will (',; !1' were casting about for a place to but reaction has already set in and its
lay that, I want to be censured and r. prosperity of .Kissunmee; rested wholly make thelrhome where.they could live coming back;, Then the anti-Chris- '
I ,"but only where my actions ''w, with its peaplothat they can carry it on and in 'comfort and at the same time makea tian who can not tolerate it will have'I'\
warrant it and by those who know New Eden Plantation set the living, and 'as soon as they learned to 'retire as did the free-love ;com
I what they are talking about.. pace..of plowing its land and hauling upward to die rank of die South'.foremost of the wonderful possibilities {this sec- munities. Praise'the Lord this is .a

Yours very truly, its products' with a traction engine cities, or they can carry it back to die days tion possessed, they would come here Christian country.' -
/ E.., Z. JONES! but this week another traction enginewas by the thousand. S. God was not only active in ers
Commissioner. added to an Osceola county farm when it was only a nag-station on a great ation. but He is just as active: in the

,er's list of tools. line and cattle roamed ,at ontrointrm of the unJ"ene. ."N/> .' a' +
Jacksonville Fla Nov. 22, 1918. C.: Bunnell, who, with 'his wife arrived transportation ., KNIGHTS TO ,EAST.;. sparrow falls to the ground without
Dear Warden: here this week from Minneapolis I will on its streets. Ills notice." "The hairs of your head y;L

n. : i am receiving reports of violations brought along a traction engine We repeat diat we bare told these stories AS WELL: .AS WORK are numbered. So closely does He
'. Game and Fish l laws from, practically and steam plow which he will use to keep in touchh with our progress...
t I of the every section of the state. I cultivate the large tract of land near so often .in these columns that die task, of The discovery of America, the. telegraph '

have as you know appealed to all of.ftcers Bassenger he purchased a for -,ago. placing diem on paper hat become burdensome ORLANDO the telephone, the' electric
whose duties are in any way as 'well as do the plowing any in TEAM] FROM WILL light wireless telegraphy 'were not .... ; .1
4; "' connected with the enforcement of the that section who desire hisservices.. to die writer and, die perusal of them .fOo.. CONFER AMPLIFIED DEGREEON accidents. It,was God that aUrredtf' ,

laws governing this department for Mr. Bunnell one of Florida's best tiresome te (he reader. CLASS FOURTEEN up Columbus and would not ,; .
P of the boosters and says he believes land in rest until he had found the new world. t
C law.their lid personally being crltldsed this section will' be selling for$160 Bat again, at this season, when all ...- I ESQUIRES. God wanted an asylum for the,op.;"'
of an acre before the'year'1816. as the ,kiad wean a gladsome. smile sad happiness pressed in'the' old countries and ,He 1'P. .i
these loffi ersthandethetpurpo anel people in the North and West are die opened up America. The early efforts'to '
live reigns in every heart; we appeal to people Wednesday night'of next week the
around for a place to ,
of"thr. letter is to tagainthe where casting drouths floods and tornadoes of Kissimmee te refrain from, Indulging U Knights '''of Pythias of this city .will settle America were on acommercial y x
personal to you .. .basis, but they failed. There
appeal was
, tfls enjoy for the first time the pleasure of
.' s 'all unknown and to section those -- dds nest suicidal practice.If .
of this department TOur are the conferring of the no success until our fathers landed in
Interest witnessing amplified
k possible time and thought for the things.Mr. Bunnejl lire strangers.''will carry his engine- .. it Jewelry you intend to gin at degree upon' class of fourteen the name of God 'and, begnii the erect, "
compensation allowed. j Christmas time will End it at our local Esquires. The team from Or. tion. of Christian republic, Then
overland to Bassenger you
and plow
i i criticism see what He wrought .
I One particular heaped lando with the true Pythian spirit /; .
house die fa and
Jewelry equal unaKty price
It'is' our privilege believe, and' ,
. Kissimmee
consented to to
ii for their actions to the best of my carried in nay jewelry house 1 ia America that occasion come and demonstrate the on do believe that God leads In every'
therefore. contend in the .
t. ability. best If it U of amen substantial nature beauty and -grandeur of, the workingof step of real human progress. Then;
: face of all the criticisms that the your fill in the interstices yourselves.., '
r way to .enforce the laws governing .t present will' be; 'suck a. dry goods, shoes, that degree. "Count your blessings if you please. r' ;(

2: I HEwlbheld this rather department is.the to sale sell )licenses of licenses, or, .,' furniture"'or 'groceries, it can be purchased will The be class conferred upon whom consists this-of degree Henry and then remember that back of every

'J.: and now encourage that the game season is open 'front any one of a dozen. stores at prices as' 'Barnes, W.B. Crawford. G. W. Ash one of them is Almighty God. See
the of
It you must bear in mind that all of the -low as prevail in any city. ton,James BucketsEd.-Roberts. W. how possession progress sweepson )
and let the sweetest, deepest
L'j I j" licenses have not been sold for this Ills upon. another depend for O. Thomas. J. M. Taylor Thad. Oliver and gUd-
I H,' there will be continuous one we earexieteaee J. E. Roberts T. L Walker J. :M est notes ofjiralse thanksgivinggo'
season tA. and it.Is'our duty to lend .. Johnson out to our-.Heavenly Father and. '
; o licenses (a sufflcient demand for licenses until .the season every Yates; E. L. J.. H., Redditt '
': the 'fact of selling was In ,any! closes February 20th. aid ourcommand to further die welfare and C. D. Cain. our 'Lord .Jeeus. Christ.Lew'EmrOns. .
r. amount of them possible) to enforce The reports, so far are'exceedingly 'of..r people' > t ". But the conferring of this most
.opinion the belt way and for youVinformation The shirks beautiful degree is only a part of the .,wife and three'chU. F,
'j would encouraging perw..wI.
:11" It pre- bis her doty
becauae ,or '
,. .th. laws, well will that"this department will in r : program of pleasure in store for the dren,, reached 'thei< city< Monday from
: ; vent more or, less violation to give as more a'very say short time be in! such financial . -spoor d6z .. It everyone's' duty, to.' knights in this city and surrounding Bethany; 'Ohlev and. are located for
: u inducing the warders condition that will warrant me In apprehending .. ( patronize die. local merchants. territory:" There will be'. "feed" athe the w1nter.'ha inJ'::taken rooms: ,on .;:
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\J. ,', of theirstime isl the and the mot more direct .r .'r 1'' ' ) close of ,the work and everyone Sumner street'" It Is Mr. Emmons'
:f', ;iol' duty this depart- ing the wardens in the different conn- .., who has had the pleasure of being the first-visit to ltiselmmce-and he finds ..ttJ- I'
important part of aU''to Nee. ."1 gas\It of our local Knights on such anoccdeion such splendid climate and congenial,, << '1--i!
1 pLL t, crepe a more time whleh to:.theen- y0nn.'VerT.trul'J.' ... f l know that it will be a "feed": people that it Is more than prooaM,1he'Willpurchase ;?tl; ,
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able. to giverH *Z JOf'iESCommi.dher. that will set well on their stomachs a and. "
yl}I "Iforament. of the la..t.twhlch: a ,ble \ and remain long in their memories., la permanent resident, + ' II
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Story of C. H. Funk, Who Came To, Kissimmee October -. "' The ROYAL TAILORED garment makes any man '

look Royal because it is made of PURE WOOL material -
1st, 109, With Only $3.60 And Is Now

and GUARANTEED workmanstiip., We,.guarantee -

.,f.N. kM_,,: ,Classed With i The_Men Of Wealth . :.. .. a PERFECT FIT and is made to your instructions '*
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plete line. The samples are in a LARGE BOOK '
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l ''By S. ,J. TRIPLETT pick a choice of a ROYAL CHRISTMAS SUIT

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., Our 'PRicES are very LIBERAL and our attention is. '

"Jtcmcmber, 'U''(! I !pr.ft faille lalows. "When I was told the price and the 130 acres of land: receiving: there.
or .- terms you could have carted me off for $1,500 more than I paid for the very prompt., Our complete line of LADIES andGENTS'

; Talc fook' tae a chip, but, as I said before, I grove and land.;' FURNISHINGS' attractive one and'
at now. a ,
a very
rich in nerve, and told Mr. nj "A few months ago I purchased the" ,
During the writer's connection,with that .I would take his place and + Story placer near my other'' prpperty, .. we invite you tomake. your TRADING HEADQUARTERS ,
the Valley Gazette of something over him one-third cash on( the first of the which'comprised 51(5( .acres and a groveof
3 five years it has on numerouR occasions year (the date onwhichthis) conversation | nine acres. Later I sold 10! acres, at our Store; .
: been his pleasure ,to detail in 'print was held was just before the Including the grove, for a sum that
I' 'stories of successes made by j first of October). After thinking the went a long way toward paying the' ..

]: who have moved-into,this section, -from. -I 1 matter over-, -my-offer-was accepted, |I':price for the entire place. U R P R I S E .. <

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lar:" and grapefruit at two dollars a my successes. My great riches lies I palmetto, which Ind\ Is quite.. easy'
box, than it is for the grower to ship in the health of, myself and family, to remove.
r !r' them himself and receive two dollars Why, I don't know what it means to be I The soil is a white sandy loam, mix,
for oranges and three dollars a box sick, and my family look and feel I as ed'with decayed vegetation and is absolutely -
for grapefruit. No, sir, I ship my though disease had forgotten the roadto free from stones, making it
fruit in my own name, in my own way, our house. That's the biggest, the easy to work. It is underlaid for tho
to whoever I choose, and I get the grandest, the richest thing we foundin most part by a Clay marl,.and i. pronounced -
i rt middleman's, profit. Florida. Here we live every dayin very fertile by the natives.
"Then again, I Iocs after my grove the year, enjoying life and never, And the facts seem to bear out their
and my fields myself. I haven't the thinking of cyclones, floods and snowbanks claims. Since I have been here I have
time to do much fishing and hunting, the three principal things thatwe seen the most wonderful growths I
although I own pretty good tourhig were forced to contend with in the have ever witnessed, it seems that
car and stole time enough this past I old Buckeye state. trees grow in a night.
summer to take my family back// to "Have I seen people come here from Plant a seed and in three years you
the old home in Ohio,for a few months. the West and North and fail? Oh, have a fair-sized tree. I know this is
"How much am I worth today? I I yes, but in ninety-nine cases out of a i, incredible to northern minds,.but it is
.. just don't know exactly. I own a hundred I attributed the failure to true. One Been banana trees fourteen
grove of nine acres that I would not theman.. Some people imagine they months old with great clusters of fruit
sell for $25,000, and C80 acres of land. I can come to Florida, purchase a few hanging from'them. Stately cocoanut
That's not so bad for a man who land- acres of ground, run the plow over palms and numberless other useful and:
L ed here' with $3.60 a little over four I it a few times, drop a few seed, and I beautiful trees abound.
.' years ago. But don't think for a then retire to the shade of their vine Small fruits and vegetables of all ,
minute that I attribute this rise in my. and fig tree and money will come roll I kind? are plentiful. In fact, tOall appearances
fortunes to any superior ability I may : ing in by the peck. Those kind of Florida will grow most
I possess for I am just the average, people will fail atx anything they un- anything that can be grown in. the'
every-day man. In the first place I dertake anywhere on- earth. But ,I north and'many things that the north
was lucky in gettinga-.. good bargainand have yet to see a failure in Florida could produce only through the medium -
6; in the second place I stuck to it where the proper amount of common of a hothouseThe
and made every minute count. Of sense and energy'was behind the man. climate Is superb. The breezeis
course I had good seasons, but The soil is here, the climate is here, almost constantly blowing( from the
'--or....' whether the season was good or bad the market is in the East for all that ocean and this tends to regulate the
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.., 1 I I never put off working the grove or can be raised here, and the prices temperature, cooling the air'In sum
TWENTY-ACRE ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVE OP / -IIILLIARD'S the field! when they needed working. paid for our fruit and truck are alwaysfair' mer and owing to the proximity of the
.. WILL YIELD OVER FUNK AT ISLAND- "But what financial gain I have I say emphatically there is1 no Gulf Stream, taking the ,chill out of
_ 10,000 BOXES THIS
SEASON. made by coming here is the least ofCO' reason for any man to make a failurea the. .winter atmosphere
{ trucking or fruit growing in this Of course the land is new and it
s northern and western states. Once section of Florida. needs development, but it is truly a
more I'have that pleasure. "But before I .close this interview land of possibilities, and will yield ten-
,Again as has been my invariable I want to make one statement that fold to him who will but humor it.
rule in detailing stories of this character has no bearing on the question under Surely a land of so much promise can.
,,only such figures will be used ,discussion, but Which was a wonderful not escape the eyes of wide-awake'' "
and statements made as have been factor in my coming here,.and that people much longer. Once they realize .
I/a verified.b is the people living in this section are the opportunities offered by this long-
The Valley Gazette has the most about the best on earth. They are neglected peninsula, they will throng
diversified .circulation of any newspaper , kind, generous ,hearted and hospitable, to it as they' did to the west years '"
published in Florida, made so '.' and the person who couldn't enjoy life ago, and Florida will become what it
through the courtesy of the county ., -, among them isn't worth his room .in rightfully should be, the nation's jewel,
commissioners, who for the past five a back woods graveyard.' in beauty and in wealth-The; Salerno
years have subscribed for several hundred "That's my story of why I came and News. "
copies weekly and mailed themto with what success I have met since

parties in the North and West who coming here." . HUMOR OF THE LAW ,' '
desired information regarding this The late Dennis.. Spencer' of; Napa;\;g;.."'. "
section. Therefore it has been the -. Cal., was noted lawmaker'" .
:, ,. as a orator .
rule of the writer to'print nothing of 11: .. ., and lawyer. ,
", a:misleading.nature, 'as' Kissimmeenor 't. /. ,..' '.. ,,. II FLORIDA II One day there entered Ms office in
Osceola do desire ( .... ,
county not pros- .. Napa a jbrlght-looking, weU-drelled
perity by misrepresentations I have '' .. Chinaman. lie took a chair and proceeded
found truth'more lasting than fiction; ( 'L.\ \, .. A ,NORTHERNER'S' IMPRESSIONS straight to the point.
honesty-more Manly than falsehood. : < . ,, .. : jYouMr.| Spencer, the big,lawyer?"
This II the story el C. H. Funk in \, " t:' The writer of this article is a nativeof "Yea.
: >> ''' New Jersey, and like most peopleof "How much to defend
j his own words. The Valley .Gazette '. .ttJ.. ' you charge a
.; ": .. the north, was naturally prejudiced Chinaman T""Forwhat .
vouches for its truthfulness: : ..c. ..: .. -
,," . towards Florida. crime?"
"Four years ago last October I came .. '0' _' My impressions of Florida, gained '!Murder" .
to Kissimmee from Georgia where principally from stories of the Ever- "Five hundred dollars," '
I had just parted with ten thousand! glades, and from, the conversations,of The Chinaman said he would call
dollars,in an attempt to make a> for- friends who knew as little about it as again. .
tune out of peaches.. I went to Geor- I, were that the state was ,one vast A few days later .he returned to
gia from Ohio, in which state I was swamp, infested with fevers, alligators; Spencer's office, gravely placed $600n '
raised and where I had followed different and snakes, and inhabited by a few i coin on the < lines of business from merchandising outlaw whites, negroes and what remained ished attorney, and said. :
to tanningwith varied success. of the Seminole Indians. Of "All lite, I kill 'im." .
"But the ups and downs of my.early course I had heard good things about Spencer defended and acquitted him. '
life has no bearing on my life since some points on the coast, but these -Exchange. ., "
were always winter tales, and I had
coming to Florida, so will only go backas no
.j' far as August, four years ago. As idea what summer was like. Novel. always end up' "and they -
I said before, I was separated from .- .. . The country is quite flat, covered, lived happily ever afterward" In
,. about,ten thousand cola,dollars over THREE-YEAR OLD GRAPEFRUIT TREE IX t;. H. FUXK'S GROVE AT" HILLIARD'S" ISLAND. I for the most part, with a growth of real life it ends up "and they lived.
in Georgia, and they were the only '. yellow pine. The underbrush is mostly.scrappily ever afterward.'
ten thousand I possessed. I had a .....
wife and little ones that up to that and it was up to me to get busy. "And fruit was not the only Industry -
time' I had fairly well provided for, "I returned tor Orlando for my family I engaged in. The,first; year,.I
audI'''had tio idea of, being any other and on October 1. four years ago' came here I planted four acres in eggplant -
kind "of a husband and father there- landed at Hilliard'a island, which as which yielded about 800'erlLtes t i e "' i 't t tap. : ,
fore I yon know is about seven miles from to the and .
began to hunt for work and the acre, which sold at an average ,
chase'led to Orlando where"' .I secured Kissimmee, with THREE DOLLARS price of $1.25 aerate net. Last .
a position accountant in a mercantile AND SIXTY CENTS and a family spring I induced C. E and C. N. Smith, f'"i '' :: rr r. I' r, i4 ,, n:V r d r
house for which job I received the that had appetites that called for three. father and son, to come.. her .from
munificent sum of'. fifty dollars a square, meals a day. Nebraska and take over my eggplant .
imonth. I' held the position two "There Is 'no necessity to go into field. These gentlemen had been! in ) ti M.H
e %
X. l3monthe, but ,every, momont ,of that minor'' details) at to how or what I the mercantile line all their lives, the F
Vt-thntf'L4>ad my eye open for a place to did the first few: months, but suffice father being a meat. cutter and the
z fft:boy/although my entire capital was a to say thafthe grove yielded that season son a clerk. They knew'absolutely
jf. barrel of''nerve and, a hogshead_ of SEVEN THOUSAND BOXES nothing about farming or trucking,
a 'energy': :" and from their sale I paid off the first but had the sense and,, nerve to go ,,.
.The longer I remained in this sec installment qf one-third the purchase against anything that looked good. I
tlon the t more,,I,was convinced that it price of the grove and the 130-acre gave them the advantage of my ex- .
? Offered more opportunities to make a farm, and still left sufficient money perience, with the result that ,
', good living and: something besides to.carry me until the next crop. have already sold-over $2,000 wort "

N than any other section of this country, "To make a long story short I paid, and still have more than half the crop
f and determined that the first chance off the entire debt with the next.three left: They will gather over 800 crates
k that ,came my way to take advantage crops, besides caring .for my family to the acre, and as they are now worth
.of it' and incurring bills. To be exact, $4.00 a crate on the New York market, &Th
'"While the store at I fottnd myself the owner, in a little the Smiths will receive around. $,000. .
ui beard aegreat for their fall's '- :
Orlando I, deal of Kis over three years' time of an orange work.
aimmee and the extraordinary inducements grove worth $30,000 at thellealt"and "To what do I attribute my success?

it and the surrounding territory 130 acres ,,of land that is worth"any Well, to different things. First, I ship .
offered a man who had average common man's $50an;: acre.
own fruit
my and
vegetable under
sense and a good supply ',"But did not stop at that. I
t., *. At the first opportunity I came the grove of Ira Wetherbee purchased my own name and guarantee, ,'and pay
here strict attention that the crates and
and was shown the country by the which comprises ten and
I acres adjoins
real 'estate are neatly and evenly- 'packed
agents; visiting" locality the
every -
grove already owned .
w { from Shingle Creek to Hilliard'a tically the same terms as I did prac the and contain' only. the best' fruit 'aD<&
Island. At the latter place a grape.. Cohoon grove, and will clear' that of the vegetables. 'I go upon -the plan-that .
e fruit and' orange grove comprising allencumbrance by selling the fruit buyer must make a living or go LWffN
out of
twenty acres, and owned by L. H. Co- this season, the prop now on the trees business'and. I can see no- good
'' reason I .
why should be
boon, was shown- me and which I was being worth at least SIX THOUSAND called upon to
r I told could be-'.purchased on fairly DOLLARS. In connection with the pay'a profit? to some fellow to pick
'ti my fruit and ship it to some commission
In connection with Wetherbee
this ' grove" I got 64 acres, of. house that pays him a couple of ,71't4
grove was a farm of ISO acres, and. hundred r , -. .
:''which, would', also ,be,",included in .the "Last .spring ,.I sold the ,Cohoon dollars and expenses totravel, -" -'--.
around ... ...
: and tell .
the '
," how
people much ''
'AT ,
a ,,- ,, (i .'-;,"!,.'.." ,*,," l' l grove' .to Dr.:.H..H.Funk; but retained.! safer itI,i is to sell oranges ,atone; dol-j EGGPLANT' FIELb c. IL: FUNK'S TRUCK \li'M TiuiLi RD'S'ISLAND, :- r 1
'. ,' '/' 1"- .If I 'f(7 1.1",I "'.' if .. '. ... ''I- If. 'P OPUCEDr9VJR..80!: ? CRATES TO TOE ACRE. I.I I./I .

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TIMBER SUPPLY 1 as in anticipation civil' governor Gf of the, the Canal: ion,1' OUTLET 00 0"-0-.-.00000-.00-- < 0... ... . 0 t t., 0" 0 it. 0 I 11 .,. t t,11 0 0 ) "" ......-. '. ...i
opening of the FOR .
.. )
canal and the
neeellity 'or a plan of .t31ARZrENB .
MUST DEPEND operation, has provoked comment in Your GR4.: .-reT :&: :: : :
ON -
': I unofficial circles here. '' It has even FLORIDA' CATTLE .
I.been Intimated that, in failing to pat Railroad Ave *..] Dakon It.. Khs atmee, Fla.
,. Into effect the program made Congress -
by 10 "
PRIVATE FORESTSTHE for the future administration of Now hare ready for setting out. : '
.the canal the Wilson administration F.OUNDATST lOUIS Strawberry Plants ,Eggplant Plant.

has entirely lost sight of the necesity Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants s

TIMBER QF THE ( and its failure to act is apt to Favorites, I Tomato Plant r
FUTURE cause, unnecessary delay in opening
the canal to commerce. STATE PUNNING t+ BIG THINGS : And will soon have celery and all kind. of vegetable plants

No such eventuality is possible in that grow beat in this country by 10Q or 1000
t MUST the opinion of "
FROM GROWTH Secretary Garrison -
WHICH The operation of ,the canal will be Heinz 'Sour Pickles ............ .10 Enquire of NICK ROGERO, Supt. t<..
care of by the present w+--h -00
UNTARILY) ON CUTOVEBLAND. administration of the Canal Zone with Heinz Sweet Pickles ....___... ,15 '
tl1e.IUg-hte.t. Impedi
r difficulty or ftinz! Oyster Sauce .._. .... .25
ment to Intervene "- There is every AND COMING"YEARS WILL !. ? . ,

confidence iri the) ability of the mili Helm Horse Radish ....._...* .15
t Nov, tary engineers to deal with the situation SEE VAST CHANGES
Washington, 25.-After the as well as they have done with Libby Strawberry Preserves..10 + a
remaining virgin timber of the United every matter that has so far been IN CONDITION. C '
States Is exhausted forest supplies offered for their solution There is Scudders' Maple Syrup qts..._. .50
will have to come from for.f the further disire to give them the I 1 '
eete' tV0re8t'Jor. from Privately. honor to put into operation the great I Improve the breed I Aside from Scudders' Maple Syrup pints.. .30 IISJSTOCK 4t4 ." '
owned the extermination of the fever tick "
landi: but federal and state for- work that they /have constructed; and
according also this is th+ great question at Issue with
este to E. A. Sterling, director a confidence that they are as
southern cattle raisers and feeders. wPL"'NERS y
of the American Forestry Association competent as any substitute organi-
who addressed the zation to inaugurate the work.. Kissimmee Florida is the scene' I RES"'WS ..TE..M FEEDS .-..
It has around which remarkable operationsin MATCHERS SEEP 'EED RIP ,. ;'
conservation congress this afternoon been intimated that Col.
constitutes only one-fifth of the total Goethals himself is responsible for the cattle business are occurringat Wagon DeliveriesNorth TOWER EDGI'RII TRIMMER '
forest area of the country. the failure of his appointment as civil the present time.. PERIUN'' S'UNO'.R MACHINERY: I
t "On' private lands" he "the governor and the installation of a From a state that has been ]little ENGINES. p. .. 40 .. II'" "'MII.L"
tber\ ) of the future will bCj either such civil government That he interposed heard of, particularly at northern cat- Kissirame 8OQ notLl Re. .. t. 40 .. r.isal ... I'..."
growth which has sprung up volus.I objection and has his own theory of tle markets, as far as the production a. m SAWDUST COllVEYORIi fIIL..B cAN.avoRS e '."
I tarily on cut-over land and has man. the futurd administration of the canal of cattle is'concerned, Florida is rap South Kissimmee. 9:00 a. m GASOLINE' ENO'NE" .TE"'M FEEDS .
7 aged to escape fire or that ', l is said on the, best ,authority. idly rising into prominence. There is , LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS
which have been devoted from'areas I a state-wide movement on foot-not f North Kissimmee 11:00 a. m. DIS.TON ...".. ,
production as a business advertised by large outcries and hullabaloos -> .- ...... .
enterprise. Afternoon Service regular to 5 SAW HITS I. all .f saws
So far the practice of private forestry EXAMINATIONSFOR but simply a grim silent de up p. m S"A.JrTING"PVLLRYS BOXltS'

erations has been often mainly more confined for pleasure to small than op termination-to of beef cattle and porduce to tproduce a better breed it in BELTING 4 ....-..... ic ....

for profit. An Intensive forest policy 4TH-CLASS larger quantities. Southern feeders ATTAYLOR'S' 1 LOG CHAINS/ CANT 1I00K" TONGS' '., sRVERYTMING
on a scale large enough to establish have arisen to the occasion, and southern FOR TUtU '
its commercial feasibility has not yet vim has lent impetus to the move-' I IIAW..L .' ,
"r..e tor '
been undertaken. POSTMASTERS ment. y
"Private forestry in the United Not alone is this activity confined : 4 Prices k kS
States has been retarded by many Influences to the Florida farmer.. As IB the casein ..,.
among which the more important any sort of an enterprise.'capital I
I are large storcd-up timber is needed, resources must be furnished 424 BROADWAY' PHONE 250 .,
r, supplies'comparatively low stumpage HELD IN NEXT THIRTY DAYS for the furthering_of the move r'o

and lumber values lack of market ;,. ment. and it fact that BLI0. .
for many minor forest'inducts anda the bankers throughout/ the state are NOTICE TO THE
public sentiment which has not realized FLORIDA IAN APPOINTED' CHIEF lending all the assistance possible. In 1
fact is Beginning December 1st 1913. the : J#I SOUB, ACID STOMACHS '
that forest production is essentially it greatly due to their encouragement EMERSON RE.ELEC1'ED1.PRESIDENT INDIGESTION: ,
the growing of successive CLERK OF INTERSTATE COM and the lending of their Scale of wages of carpenters in Kis G tAll OASES OR

*rops. MERCE CO.l\UIlSSION-CIT. resources that the'reconstruction pro- simmee will be 40 tsatsi per hoar, and I aoeo' "
"Present tendencies in cess is taking place. T Officers Re-elected: and 'DividendDeclared. EachRape's Dlapepsln" UaU
private forestry -
RUS FRUIT RATES Several state for carpenters.apprenttce8. 80 centsper grains food,' ending all stomach 'q'<
'indicate a more logical develop- shippers from the of minute ?
In five
\ ment than at any time .since forest REDUCED.By Florida and particularly the region hour. Richmond:Va., Nov. 18.-Atlantic .misery x

conservation became an issue. Instead .immediately adjacent to both Kissimmee By order of the Carpenters and Joiners Coast Line! directors, after the annual Time itl! IB fire minute all stem
of attempting to put immediate and Jacksonville have shipped 'Union N<-. 1859. meeting of the stockholders here today sea distress will go. No Indigestion,
t ly into effect complete policies and an ( WINFIELD JONES) stock to St. Louis this year. A rep J. W. ZEIGLER declared a divident of 8 1.2per heartburn sourness or belching of

}, extensive management which 'are Washington; D. C., Nov. 22.-Examination resentative the Reporter has on 44GtRecording Secretary. cent on the common stock, payable I gas add or eructations of undigested .
. '(., scientifically correct, the things now for positions for fourth- various occasions interviewed the January\ 10, 1914.T. food no dlsctness, bloating, ,lonl '
being attempted are the logical steps class postmasters in Florida will be owners of cattle. Every one of themis i M. Emerson, Wilmington N. C., : breath or headache. "
I. which will ultimately lead to systematic held within the..,next thirty days according an ideal optimist concerning the live TAX NOTICE. president; H. Walters New York i Pape's Dlapepaln is noted for its
.. long-time management of private to an announcement by the stock situation of the present and future .>Ii chairman of the board and other .officers I speed In regulating upset stomachs. 11We F
forest lands. The private owner is civil service commission. At the same of their state. They are sincere : The Tax Books. of Osceola County 'were re-elected. It is the surest quickest stomach rem: ,
> learning that fire protection is possibleand time Postmaster General Burleson-ts- in their hopes and are fighting to place I win be open for collection of taxes on -mew this edy In the whole world and besides It.
that it pays. With this fact es- sued a statement in which he asserted the quality of their cattle on a higher. i November first. I am now ready to "Come and is harmless. Put an end to stomach '."' y;
tablished other things will betaken that would be ,considered level. I'll introduce you to the cleverest girl' trouble forever large
efficiency! only furnish estimates. A discount of 2% by getting a
and worked out until the I In this town. "Oh: I 'don't care to of ,, ,
up progressive in making appointments. Northern cattle men are interesting fifty-cent case Pape's' Dlapepsln r
will be allowed all
b timberland owner will] find out President Wilson's order of May themselves'very much just now in the i on taxes,, during the know her. Take".... me where I can meet from' any drug' store. You realize la, '
that'he is practicing the kind of forestry ?, he said "removed the cloak of civIlservice cattle, supply of the state of Florida'j month of 'November. a ald.pretty one. -Chicago Record Her five minutes how, needless It Is to suffer '
which pays in this country. protection from a large bodyof And well they should A study All licenses are now due and must be from Indigestion, dyspepsia or any 1
"In 'a word private forestry as itcan fourth-class had I stomach disorder. It'.'the
postmasters-who geographical condition of the state paid promptly. __ quickest'y
The best brand of is the I
, I. be properly practiced in the Unit been blanketed into the classified service reveals the fact that they are ,- surest*and most harmless stomach e
C. L. BANDY Tax Collect kind Vises his
ed States is the intensive a man in business: doctor In the
today not by President Taft and directed that ably adapted to the raising and admir.1 world. '
j/ forestry of Germany, but the application these positions be thrown open to civil ing of cattle, To begin with; -
L1. of protective and close utilization service competition.' The examinations mate is mild thereby enabling the .
measures with provisions for will be open to the present Post- cattle to forage on ranges and pastures
natural regeneration. These principles masters of these offices as well as to for nine months in the year and
applied as economic conditions any other persons who desire to com- at times even more. Dry. feed $js I I.w I..
.., ; will build the art and .
I permit" up practice pete. thereby eliminated excepting during -
of forestry in America." The' statement contained the ad- the winter months which generally Include -I !

ditional assertion that the Postmaster .December January and February .,
:' General ''is earnest in his efforts to Another natural advantage of
CHANGES IN THEGOVERNMENT obtain, the best men, regardless of which Corn Belt feeders would prob-I, '
their' political opinions and wheneverhe ably ,turn green with envy is the fact! Have the Goods You Wantfor' .
finds in any case that he has been that cattle do not have to be "salted"The -
' E f OF misled because of recommendationsmade entire state is swept by gulf and i
for political reasons, the fourth- sea breezes and the moisture and
class postmaster or rural carrier will dew is salt laden so that by simply

.J. ., / CANAL: ZONE be promptly, removed from office" eating grass the cattle also get plentyof : .
: / ,.,, ,- salt For feeds they have a van- ,
.. .
I .
. Since the launch Tarragon of''theDepartment gated assortment, and one especially { t
of Commerce has beenin is gaining prestige that was hitherto :::
NtCESsiUT commission, about eighteen months little known. 'The "velvet bean" a i :
" : NOT PRESENT she has made reports of vessels violating ! vine that grows around the sugar; t ;

the rules of navigationit is cane' stalk affords excellent forage
/ said to over $30,000 being imposed 1 and produces pounds of good beef.
.COMMISSION "HAS AMPLE AU- upon the violators. All this $30,000did Col. Fred E..Hoerter. of Louisville "
not. find its way Trito the-treasury, Ky.,'who had string of Florida cat- :'
THORITY TO PROCEED WITH as in many instances mitigating cir tle on the market here this week, recently .

OPERATION OF CANAL cumstances were found and material bought 1250 head of cattle in ....,.
reductions made in the amount of- fines and around Kissimmee.. Of'these he XmasGifts .
AND COLLECTION imposed. picked out 527 of the oldest and ship ".7i\1:
As it Is now thought that vessel Louis: intends "
I OF TOLLS. ped to St. The others he ,
masters on the Chesapeake and its to. feed on his farm near Louis- .
tributaries ate well acquainted with ,
the navigation regulations and it has ville.As for improving the breed of the ; J '.

t. Washington, D. C., 'Nov. 24.The .been shown them that the laws must cattle much is being done in such a ,.:. \ "
fo';+ military oragniiation now In control be obeyed, the officials in charge of quiet and unassuming way that the ':.,'.,',:' : : :
..- Panama canal and the Canal the Tarragon have arranged for her to public hears little. There was in the '
of .
: ,
Zone, building the canal and administering make a cruise south to Florida watersto state of Florida at one time approximately ; p'j 2r0 l//+ ,.t,.) ;: :: : y _

,{ I the civil government will remain inspect the vessels there to.see 800,000 head of 'strictly "free f""<\' _' .. :. ', ,,' " J. . .

in charge of-the conduct of affaire that they are equipped as required. by range*' cattle.'According to Col Hoer 'il" /v)1n".1". !Io\\' "" ,..i 'f .' :,., ,.,"" .'."... . ..I .j,, ,\
!I canal is law. (\i I'//, ) ." , ,
; until after the Panama tar, the free range. rapidly becoming .. ', I"" ,(" ..' .r" VLet- ,"' --- ; ..
: ,
" formally opened and will operate the extinct and in its place are comingthe '' \." v". You . ')" '" .
Us Show
Florida ,
water course, to a'esent W. J. L. Sisler] of has been smaller farms and ranches, as cat- : '" :, \ I: / :
" duties until super ceded by appointed. chief clerk of the Interstate tle men are cutting up ranges rind,: '
government. It is the purpose of the Commerce Commission succeeding fencing them in. These,lfree range -" I . ,:. _
i I. administration of President Wilson William H. Connelly, who has cattle were imported stock of a'Span __ I. .
" .: allow heie Wilful faithful organi-l been promoted .to be examiner. Mr. ish breed there seemingly being more '.
" flcient army eng'n 's and< the Sisler a appointment will date from attention paid'to quantity than to qual ( ..
y t i Mtion i then" lave.-constructed to seethe November 16, and he will begin active ity. This number has diminished astonishingly -
' :i fmitioo'of their work, and set,the duties'as chief clerk on Monday.lie. in the' past few years, as oo..o..oo.... .oc oooo.o o oo.o ooooooo.oooooo.oooooo '**.!
canal in operation. will serve two days however be- Florida farmers-,are forcing out the .
",:'; Plans for the civil government. of for leaving on vacation to be married.He cross-breeds to make place for the )'
)i the Oanal Zone: and the operation of -is to wed Miss Gertrude Whyte at new 'and better grade of cattle. And f .
:+ the canal] a. a completed water course! St. Patrick's church next Wednesday. they have succeeded greatly. : Now '! ,.." w
'1,1., not been overlooked by,the Wil. Mr. Sisler is a native Washington the cattle reconstruction process is in .. f -. ... l
L';= have administratIon. Secretary Gar- Ian but he entered the Interstate Commerce sway.A \. -. .. 1t.r:I. .
-, son of the War Department Col.G9ethale Commission in December 1903, banker at Kissimmee, Carson byname I -attention :
risen Special given toss
chairman of the Panama from Pensacola, Florida. Last Janu.. recently imported a bunch of "
R commission. and governor of the ary he was made chief of the supply! 50 thoroughbred Angus yearling bulls .
?;1 canal Zone' have discussed i the future division.and purchasing agent.. t from Texas' at tC cost'of $75.00 per mail orders and out of town customers. 'l"1 : 1' '
tSmlnUtration of the canal and the head and :with these he intends to
l ,Senator Smith of Georgia has introduced .. .
. fffi have made considerable better the quality of hi. breed This
Su: formulating 'Plan of a bill in the Senate'author- is only one of the imllar. '
( that
r toward many cases Don't forget it is a pleasure for. us .
and operation.. Tne Sec- izing the Department of Agricultureto Col Hoerter stated that the Angus and : ,
government f War has a mass of materialblaring conduct investigations"* make Herefords were' tm favorite breeds .
:;: upon this matter_ resting.upon experiments in the cultivation of Sea that were being brought'into Florida. to. show goods. .
Island cotton with'e'viewto improve He also said 'that +the ,Florida cattle .
WIndthe';' opinion of SecretarYPrCtt'it.: ment of the seed, the staple production man counted on one calf out of,: .. I '
and cultivation thereof in 'Florida fall - :,
Goethals five. cows, and In the 'spring and I :
thereCla no imperative neccsslty to Georgia' and South Carolina. The he counted calves. thus if he had 100 . '.
the operation of the canal into bill carries. an appropriation of $100- calves he knew that he had at least i j.. .
!put civilians' hands as.soon .!lOt ia open 000. 500 'cows 'in his herd. Another inducement I .
H" As long a. arran&' to the Florida cattle raiser
made for;tJse'coUection j of.tolls, Rates of 83 cents.per' 100'poJl1d.., is tha'almostinominat: : cost of raining 'oooO'O'O'O"O"O'O"oO'>4OOooo"oo ooooo'ooo"o 'oooo,000..0000 ip
are mechanical operation of the carload and 85 centsvper 100 pounds feeders as, according to Col. Hoerter .
a1' and every other necessary detail less than carload for t.hct...transportation the average cost Of raising a feeder I _" : j.', i'
,can It does nottheseeapthoritiCe itI of citrus fruits from landingson was $1.50.-From. Live Stock Daily '''1. -
whether upper Oaloosahatchee'river'' In.Florida ) National .
to matter Reporter. :National .Stock. I
under the present'adminiltra" to Jacksonville Florida when for Yards:.-Ill.] .
(.'done under the pro- beyond are unreasonable to the extent I
,+ Lion of'the'canal' or that they exceed 31 cents carload, and jL
of '
'posed permanent. form governc 34 cents less; than 'carload, which are Station( ;'\hia.' afternoon,. by"" Detective t' .LY' ': JEWELER' andOPTOMETRIST'
ment prescribed reasonabl'Iorfu- Edward ; A' CQ: E' : ."
Panamais I ceauniislonlhumpletauthoritt Morn as/a. fugitive rom Jus ,' : ,
: to'proeeedwitb\ \uhli ture according to i a deeisioir of the Uce.: The arrest; waA. madeTonr: a;dis.patgh'from . ,..:. '; . r
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operatlmrof tortt to inaugatioll. +'Which 'stated, that 'DeLong.left .' '.6v -. I
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have water ."'Wa'nted' In Jacksonville:. Florida', for SavannahGeorgia, the first of the ,,
r unte the,u:.:0the ; eont.thi the'alleged theft of two eases of sam- we.Kfor, this city.. 'The' I .
made ear On ple jewelry, Walter: DeLong thirty -:' ed t
War. : DeLong was.wanted. on. a charge of
a -8.f.'i 'tlu"of{ t./appoint t r.' ."....-..WI&"'.J., *'years'old'war'arreited' "at;Union' grand larceny. '

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Read-this announcement: through carefully. Scan the 'prices, closely. Remember the winter is .nearly .here and this sale will enable you to save many dollars on your winter wearing apparel.'

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$2.50 Men's Pants < '1 1 have about 5.000 Waists consisting I From our Shoe Department. Men's 'Handkerchiefs' ,. Ties, 'Socks, Ladies' Sport Coats, worth $10.00.,

I I for ..__..........-- 'P Q I of Lawns, Madras, Percales $2.50 Men's Shoes
... '$3.50 Men's Pants Voiles and Sateen that sold as high. I for .* Don't miss these, as you will need go at this sale for.. 6.95MEN'S

1Ii 19 as $2.50. You can pick $3.00 Men'r'Shoes_ j Ih;m. .
,, for _________ 48 f\ 98
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Men's '" them out ,for, each ?_.__ VWOMENS' / for' ___'_'..._..._____r A COMPLETE LINE OF GIRLS AND ,
49 $4.00 Men's Shoes
for --.1.-------, 1Ii. SUITS AND DRESSES : 2 QO 100 dozen Men's )Fine Silk
for __ .____ ._,.,r, '
2 2
$8.00 Men's Special Tailor-Made Also everything a lady need in a Socks, 50c values ____ C CLOTHING
Men's Shoes
Pants go in this sale '3 *\ O well appointed boudior. .$\:: ___'_ :... 3 2 9 100 I dozen Men's 15c Socks $10.00 and $12.00' Men's Fine Wor
gy -- sted
fir ________-,.._, 9 c Suits
.. 'WOMEN'S SKIRTS $2.00 Women's Shoes fdr'---------_.___ .. $5 00
1 19 for _..___ .____. .
AT A SACRIFICE $3.50 Skirts go (for
II '32 pieces good Calicoes some in the" Sale price ..__._.. 1 -49, .$3.00 Women's Shoes O A 15c values for _________-__ C"
Shepherd Plaids, worth : C for _..________ __: .,. 200 dozen Infants' Lice Hose ---------------9.95, I

8c yard. Sale price ______ J C. $5.00. Skirts go for *\ 49 $4.00 Women's Shoes 25c values:pair _________. 9 C "
Sale .___.. If[ I 2.49 -
40 pieces nice qualityBleachirg. yard for __ .____ ________ Ladies' and Men's BOYS' CLOTHING

wide, worth IOc I yard *9 $7.00 Skirtsgo for <> /1LO i II$1.50 Children'; ; Shoes. chiefs from ___ijandker4C' up $2.C Boys' Suits J /f QI

Sale price _____________-C C Sale price ;----- I. for ___________..___ 98 i I I5c Pillow Cases, good qual- for *__ $ 1 _

60 pieces very nice Bleaching and $10,00 Skirts go for A QQ $ >.00 Children's I Shoes 1 .29SPECIAL ity, Sale price ____________9 C $3.50 BVyrSults": : I ft V O O
Cambric, worth I2J/2C! for __ _____ ,.
.8/z C Sale price ______ *4f Sale price _______-____ : 44e $4.50 Boys' Suits
Sale price __________ 2.49
50 pieces of best quality Bleachingand $12.00 and ll.OO Very fine Silk for, _.........____
50 dozen Ladies' Silk Hose all colors : 89c Sheetsextra size, best quality
Londsdale Cambric, yard wide Voiles Serges- and Panamas to $6.00 and $8.00 Boy'sSuits "
I sells for 15c 'yard I go for plain and lace garter tops 75c Sheeting, bleached 6 9 C for _.-_-_...___ 4 98
8 5 98 Sale price __________
Sale price _______u___ C Sle price . n." e value 2 3 White Bed nice Latest styles Norfolk Suits lor Boys.
for _____.__...____ c $1.50 Spreads' quality -
__ _._ . ..; full size; Q.Q MILLINERYAll
Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand'Bags of 'our Ladies' and Misses' and
Union Made
150 doz. Men's Overall
WomeR"'and Misses! Coats that
at Cost.Comforts 2.000 pairs Union Made Overalls the Children1 trimmed and ready-to-wear
in Blue and Pin Creck, the formerly sold from $10.00 to $25.00
and Blankets Cost. $1.00 grade, Hats will be sold at cost. We have

Don't miss these as cold wave is com Sale$1.00 per quality pair, _______.O AQ r \f** to sold be for ___ $4 e 98 for -_- __, _____. -_89 c the largest and prettiest line of Hatsin
ing.AH up the city. Ladies, don't miss these

I- Umbrellas and Parasols at cost. A TIP TO THE LADIES Some very fine coats among these so MEN'S HATS bargains.. .,

Men's AH wool Sweaters 200 Silk Dresses, late styles model don't miss them. We have about 1,200 Men's Fine Hats ''j

For X:.8'9 C 914.. will I be' sold at this'sale' at cut About 800 Ladies' Sweaters latest that sell for ,$2.00 $3.00 and SPECIAL :M.-:

Ladies'and Children's Sweaters and prices, worth $25.00 styles: 3.50. values, I. 6 $4.00. we will 1
t. Underwear at Cost. to be sold ati 9.98 will go' at __________ sell for _:-------. J> e Drawers to go for ..___
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; The Greatest and best value now stare yon in the face. The important question is "can you, justice to yourself and family, v rlook this golden opportunity of a lifetime Grasp the 'fall significance of this'statement and

act a tonce. This is an original, direct appeal to economical'instincts of linking people to whom the 'saving of a dollar i is equivalent to the earning of one. -




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Lake Providence, La.; John Fields, I nothing of consequences more dire. It 1 excellent opportunities for appoint THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
CELEBRATE KNAPP Oklahoma City, Okla.; W H. Smith, OVERWORK ISSELDOM is an infliction upon our associates, be- ment. While the entrance salariesare
Jackson, Miss.; J. F. Duggar, Auburn, sides the harm that it brings us in- low, advancement is reasonably FREE FROM DANDRUFFQlrlsl '
Ala.; W. M. Holloway, Tallahassee, dividually. Like other bad practices; rapid to those meriting it The ex- .
; DAY IN SCHOOLS Fla; Fred Mutchler, Bowling Green, THE such as habitual inebriation or the indulgence aminations, which any competent; stenographer , Try Itl! Hair gets soft, and
Ky.; Lem ,Banks, Memphis Term.; C. of an ingrowing1'egotism, it should be able to pass, are beautiful-Oat a 28; cent j'
'. S.,' Barrett;,, Union ,City, Ga.;, ;A. F. may be. cured. -, u,', held each month in the :year, except: i of Danderlne. : 4g:I !,._.".':
OF THE SOUTH Lever, Lexington' C.;' Clarence Poe, .' CAUSE OF DEATH But why should it be cured 'i December, at the principal cities .of :. :>
Raleigh, N. c.; Wm. H. Mann, Rich- Some people appear to enjoy their the United States. i 'If you care for heavy hair 'that glut-
*** VBMHVWB mond, Va.; O. B. Martin. ,..Washington, miseries and to seek thmin as a recreation Full information in, regard to the' tens with beauty and Is radiant with
D. C. but it is entirely natural and examinations rnay be secured by addressing life; has an Incomparable softness and m-.
DECEMBER 16TH IN FLORIDA The bulletin for Knapp Day was .WORRYCLAIMS MANY VICTIMS probable that 'the Creator originally the United States Civil Service la fluffy and lustrous try Danderlne. '
prepared 'under the direction of the intended that every man and woman Commission, Washington, D. C., Just one application doubles the
Knapp Committee, by Chas. E.. Little, should lead a peaceful and happy life. or the Pistrict Secretary Post Office, beauty of your hair besides It Immediately
Knapp Day secretary. He provided that our days should be Boston, Mass., Philadelphia, Pa-l\ Atlanta dissolves, every particle of ..,.-
THE, IDEA IS TO CALL ATTENTION Much interest is being manifested, WORRYING IS USELESS BECAUSE three score and ten years, and lie also Ga.. Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago dandruff. You can not have nice
r, and it is believed the program will be arranged things so that if we failedof 111., St. Paul,'-Minn., Seattle, Wash., heavy, healthy hair it you have
TO IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE carried out universally by the schools UNNECESSARY, DOES. 'T DO this limit, it should be by our own San Francisco, Cal.; Customhouse, dandruff. This destructive scurf robs

IN COUNTRY with splendid. results.KISSIMMEE ANY GOOD AND BRINGS A fault or as a 'result of accident for New' York, N. Y., New Orleans, La., the hair of Its lustre. Its strength and
which we might not be held morally or. Old Customhouse, St. Louis. Mo. Its very life, and if not overcome It
LIFE. EPISCOPALIANS LOT OF UNII'AP INESS. responsible. It seems to be a reason: The examination will be held at produces a feverishness and Itching of

(Communicated) able conclusion that if we pass away Kissimmee, January lth, 1914, for the scalp; the hair roots famish,
Here we have a frame building for I. lacking score or more years of na- fourth-class Postmasters.. loosen and die; then the hair falls out'
The Knapp Memorial Committee our church, and month ago we welcomed Overwork ia rarely a cause of,death. ture's allowance, something is wrong, fast. Surely' get a zS-cent bottle of
i has just issued a bulletin from its of' the Rev, W. II. Ball as our Worry claims many' victims, although something at variance with nature, a Honesty may be the best policy, Knowlton's Daodertne from any drugstore
fice, which is being sent to the Farm rector. the death certificate would laws and regulations. but there are a lot of men from Mis and Just try It.
Demonstration Agents and school On his arrivel just after the first I probably assign! some other reason "And worry is a violation of one of souri.' -Adv.
: .superintendents in the southern states. service he said: "I want to have a for the untimely and unnecessary de. nature's provisions. It is violation ,
The importance' of agriculture is reformation here. I have called upon mise. because it is an unnatural use of nerve '
emphasized' in this bulletin, and 'a some of you and I must say, your ta- Almost impossible it would be in tissue, a wearing; out of the human , 1 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 r 1 I . II 1 I' 1 1 1'1 I I I 1 I 1 , I I 1 I I I'I I I 1 1 I I
large amount of material is brought bles are better decorated<< than is this most cases to trace the connection be- machine by too high speed.
together for use in carrying out a table of the Lord, which ought not to tween mental'' troubles and their result An ancient' spinster was discovered
program on Knapp Agricultural Day, be. The plain brown panelling looks. on the physical body in the break shedding real tears. Explaining the "
which is to be celebrated on December very cold and bare to me." ing down of nerve tissue, the weaken. cause of her sorrow, she said: "I was .
19th in North -Carolina;, on December "Go ahead," said Mr. Hankins, the ing of the heart's action, or the ,derangement : imagining myself a happy wife and
J>th in South Carolina and Georgia; church warden, and the Rev.\ W. II, of other vital but the mother'of a beautiful little son AN .
on December 16th, Dr. Seaman A. Ball went ahead. In four weeks' time the nerves, the connecting organs link; be- and then I thought what if he should INVITATION
'a birthday, in Florida; on De he got a man to paint (in oils) the tween'mind and matter, reach to ev die and I couldn t help weeping." \
k ember 12th in Texas. Golden Ark of the Covenant,.the two ery part of the body and direct What was real worrying and abouton
Other states have not yet nameda angels' wings meet just at the altar function so perfectly and so quietly every a par with a large share of the -::-- -
date or are suggesting to the schools cross. Their hands stretched towardsit that we seem to our blood to worries that bring so much suffering
that they celebrate on any convenient in prayer.? With life size paintingsof circulate and the breather digestive system to into the world. A calm analysis of ,
date in November'or December. the four evangelists, S. S. Mathew, act instead of under our troubles would reveal the fact -
It is believed that Mark John automatically a that there is THERE are many questions confronting day. One of
the observance Luke and in eucharistic sort or electric impulse that actuates an escape from them, you every
in the,schools of such an occasion each vestments, S. S. Peter and Paul in movement. that they are not real lions in the way,
year would be a most wholesome cus Copes Mores, rings and pastoral I every Worry, anxiety about only shadows, or that they may not be the most Important is: Where will :you have your bank account?
Y 4 tom. It wouloLcenter upon rural lifer staves, all bishops of the church of I unavoidable unnecessary is avoided and cannot be lessened by any
mishaps, often considered ",
the attention not only of 'the children Christ The colors of the ,eucharistic the immediate occasion of suicide. act of our .own. Mary, queen of Scots,
If of the, schools, but of their parents vestments, gold red, green and I Perhaps self-slaughter be walked:to the scaffold in 1587 with a IF YOU; have not solved this important question to satlsfa6tion "
: "' M well. It would call attention to the violet, enriched with Jewels, lend color. result of derangement may of the alwaysa mind. smiling face, and she had something your ,
fundamental importance of agricnl and beauty to the pictures. Two altar I Perhaps a mental unbalance is to worry abo t. Great dangers bringa permit i us to offer you the services of our bank. The matter
tun and country life, in which the tapers and six vases of flowers' a necessary calm spirit to heroic souls. Why ; ...

;; people of the cities are quite as much surmount the re-table, and beneath I' difficult preliminary to draw the line to suicide.between It perfect is- shpuld we ordinary mortals be disturbed :)f being associated with a reliable, growing, modem bank? ,i* Important. (
concerned those in the country. No between the altar and ledge the space by trifle T '
mental '
(one can this :fact, and such is filled with the three words balance and insanity. Indeed '
escape a Holy, We offer convenience and '
yon every courtesy, and !
some deep thinker has declared we want you
will be of ,
Holy divided
program special significance Holy, by four Maltese that all of ; ,

'm to That all. \Knapp .Memorial'' Committee white crosses ground., in red and The.four blue and crosses,gold on with a some subject us or are another.mentally It wrong may on be STENOGRAPHERS : with us., Come and settle the question of WHERE you will do your"

lays stress on the importance of es- the altar crosi make the five sacred true signs, for of such most of us have in discovered AND TYPEWRITERS t banking. We are glad to"extend you the invitation. II-I 1
failing our friends, :
Ii i, ,, tablishinr the Seaman A. Knapp signs. Tall, graceful palms, twenty although never in ourselves. '
School of Country Life. This sohool feet high,' were placed on either side
'will ,be of immense service in. equipping and nearly met in an arch over the Worry is largely a matter ef tern .
1' teachers io improve rural schools ceater. But best of all there was a excitable perament, often a result; of an easily ARE WANTED BY GOVERNMENTAT REMEMBER that we can supply you with Traveler's Checks, or '
'and in adding Interest to the pursuits fair congregation at the first nervous condition and of an .
of agriculture and to country life All Saints' festival-and seven vespersof persons .imaginative trifles and mind, which" magnifies SALARIES OF $840 AND Issue you Letter of Credit or Foreign Exchange. If you need a place

Hearty, endorsement of this plan has made their communion oh the quite as often underesti- $900 A YEAR. ....
been received from every authority feast itself. Festal services were con.. mates Important'mattera, OP serious I: In which to,keep your valuable papers, you" should rent a Safety Deposit _
,interested in the true value of the tinued, on Sunday to allow men who dangers. The worrying mind baa lost ,; ;
a of I. Box '
schools and of were busy to proper sense relative value The in burglar-proof valut. '
agriculture. Saturday attend. The habit is .
g The following influential. southern Holy Eucharist was offered, 'it being unless essentially unnecessary and, The United States Civil Service r ,
'v' citizens make up the Knapp Memo. the first Sunday in. the month, at serious controlled mental ailment, paves the way for Commission announces that while it
rial Committee: David C., Barrow, 10:30 a. m. The rector's text was accustomed to The man femme difficulty In securing sufficient
s president, Athens,Ga.; Clarence Poe, taken from the creed "I Believe in philosophical analysis stenographer and typewriter I' '
iecretary. Kaleljrh,"'N. a; O. B. Mar- .he; Communion of Sainte so-we, Re- fatalist not worry," but: he He doe may be or becomea to meet the needs of the department Citizens Bank of Kissimmee t"
r tin,''treasurer. Washington, D.,,YX; I. Joice." trouble. not borrow at Washington; the supply of male S
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S. O.,Schaub,' assistant secretary; West eligible .has not been.equal to the .
_ Baleigb,.N. C.; state. ; airmen: S. P. Before marriage a mania afraidof unnecessary Worrying, ia because useless it doesn't because do it i* demand Younjr men who are at least ,ARTHUR E. D_ONEGAN'' ,P. K. WEAVER,", :
1 Brooks Waco, Texas; G., W Donagher a lot of girls-.afterward ke .i* good, and because it is any 18 year of age and who' arc willing President
i ,\Util ABfrck, Ark,; J. E.:Banadell, afraid of only l one, I a that to accept the usual entrance salaries, I' . .Cashier I,
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Only, one month until the Holidays. Naturally your-thoughts 1 {i J'

soon be turning to gifts, for friends and loved ones. Allow: us to suggest

X : that you buy something' a lasting Value. So many people throwaway

"J their money by 'buying worthless presents, when the same money I

would buy a pair of shoes, .a coat, hat, a pair of socks or something else

of value. H

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From This List SelectSomething Silk Dresses, Silk Waists,. From This List Select .
One Piece Dresses Hand
For The Wile
Bags, Sweaters and Jew-, Something For The Husband

Ladies Ratine ,Coat'Suits,, elry. We;'have a beautiful R

brown, blue, grey and lne| of the latest fads in All-Wool Woor ted, Suits :

y' black. LISTEN!! From now Neckwear, Ruching R u f- and Overcoats that defy :

, until Xmas we are cutting fling'etc. ..* competition, and ;welcome i

prices on what we have left Holepr-oof-Hosiery: A. nice the most careful. investigation 1 :

; in stock. This cut' price applies pair" of silk hose would 'not' and criticism. $15 ;' :

only to coat, .suits. be out ot place.
'f up to $25 less 10 per cent ;

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of merit that can be selected from time to nail-on-to that suit. \ I : t

our great ,stock of Merchandise.We You save'' 10.per cent. Hats I I I i

cannot mention them all here. blue, black, brown and 1 6i

; We will have a select line of green, $3.00. Shirts, collars -, ,

M: .,.' Christmas goods for the little I neckties, socks and J

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.. Is likely to become one of great profitin I
the south. There is no section of STATE LIVE STOCKASSOCIA.TION
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I M, this country in which the hog cannot ;
.and Recommendation be raised. Plenty of feed stuff can i
the Presbyterian Synod of Alabama at Hunts- easily be made in this country with i ''
Adopted By' which to maintain hogs and there will i l I : :
vale,November 14th, 1913. be found great profit in them as the!
I demand for meat is great with indications -,
thatJt .wilL continue so indefi DECEMBER 17 AN .
Your committee' temperance respectfully 4. That we give our hearty endorsement nitely. With the rites now prevail ,
reports as follows;: to the Anti-Saloon Leagueand ing for hogs- and cattle, the south ....-- )
pledge to co-operate\with\ 4t, and ought to soon be furnishing the greater '
<7""' We note with pleasure that our per.has to circulate and read the Citizen in ,portion .of the meat of other less DURING THE WEEK OF DEC ,

; been manent incorporated committee, on and this raised subject to the Alabama Florida as and mediums the A of merican communication.Issue in supply favored bee sections own needs.with an abundance to TO 20 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ; ,1 i ;

high dignity of the "Board of Temperance ,5. That we again express our approval With more feedstuffs raised on the WILL HOLD SCHOOLOF t '
by the General Assembly of the Amethyst;, artemperance farm, the south ought at least to raise INSTRUCTION IN
This Is a fit recognition of its activityand publication of our board of temperance enough horses ai.d mules to supply .
efficiency. which can be had for twentyfive home needi. The immense sums of, FARM CROPS. ;i
church is extending
This agency of our cents a year. money that have been sent off for ;
its usefulness in measures that are 0. That we'urge our Sabbath mules and horses have.been a heavy '
truly gratifying. It is holding a place schools and Young People's" societies drain on the south and should be During the week of December
at the front among the temperance to observe the last Sunday in Octoberas stopped.The to 20th the College of Agriculture
forces, and is 'a source of supply for "Temperance Day," and to take people of the South can'meet hold a school of instruction'
literature and methods to many other offerings for the Assembly's Board of the boll weevil and defy the pest. Theycan crops and live stock for the }
agencies of the cause. Temperance: ._' raise other things at home besides of the members of Boys' Corn $
J It,seeks to"promote the cause by '1. That we. urge our' ministers to cotton, though'they will not entirely of the.state of Florida. On
prevention in securing pledges to to- preach on this subject as often as give up cotton, and should not. Bqt 16th to 19th the Federal and state 1
.. ,tal abstinence, In education concern seems needful and to secure and distribute it will not be the only source'of revenue thorities in charge'of the farmers
ing the evil and methods to overoome the,free literature of the in future. Southern farmers can onstration work in Florida will
them in securing the enactment andenforcement Board clothe and feed a large portion of the a meeting of the county
of laws and in co-opera- 8. That wtf use every menas practicable world and in doing 10'greater pros- agents from all parts sof the state : :
Won with the other temperance organi- to. promote state-wide prohibition perity is bound to come and remain be.held in the College of'
zatlon& throughout our bounds, and cooperate permanently.-Pensacola Journal. and Experiment Station, for the ; '
We note among the signs of progress with efforts to elect Gover- pose of giving instruction in the
the formation of a Temperance nors and legislators favorable to it. COUNTRY, TOWN WEEKLY methods.'of conducting farm !! ,
', Commission by the Federal l Council of 9. That through ,our Stated Clerkwe stration work. '
Churches of Christ in America; the tended our thanks to the congressr Concerning the': 'small town weekly 'From December 16th to 19th,
of the Webb bill by congress, and senators in our bound. for well-known
.. passage men newspaper, a metropolitan Florida State Live Stock
forbiddingo ei shipment of offered for their support of the Webb bill and request publication recently said: will hold its annual meeting in
to be them to give favorable consideration No daily newspaper, however well College of Agriculture at the J
..Ie; the transported as a parcel com- to the efforts now being' made edited, can take the place of the small sity. This association was
ty to be by for National prohibition. town weekly if the publisher knows at a similar meeting last
Son; the introduction in Congress by 10. That you'n their our.people', his 'business., The latter has a'holdon and has been' cooperating with
'x Mr. Hobson looking to national pro. erywhere to lend influence for the'hearts and lives of the people State Board of Health of Florida ':
.. hibition; the holding of a special session temperance and prohibition. ballo that can not be loosened by any out establishing County Live Stock I
by the Tennessee legislature and under and otherwise whenever an' opportunity side daily or, otherwise. throughout the state,'building J
::1 a call of Governor Hooper of is afforded.THE' ICs newlPaperf'friend of every man, dipping vats and beginning the
enforcement ,
awls woman and child in the community. It of eradicating the, Texas fever
tthe prdohibltoon : th establishment West SOUTH CAN ANDSHOULD furnishes the first reading lesson -forthe. the cattle tick. Former Senator !
of constitutional prohibition In the RAISE; STOCK .toddler who has just learned the F. Barber of Macclenny is ;
Virginia by a large maJority at: Los One of the most gratifying) \ signs'of alphabet. In its columns are recorded z.. C. Chambliss of Ocala -
launching by tile Endeavoren National Prohibition the times is the remarkable''interest the child's progress through school, dent, apd Prof.' C. L,. Wiiloughbr: I
Angeles of the slogan, that is being developed in the'south in. his departure for college and the record the College of Agriculture at
by 1920"-the; announced purpose now- the matter of cattle and general stock. he made while there, his marriageand ville, is secretary..These officers
of the Anti-Saloon League send raising. .... his business career ut the distant arranged a most attractive and t
bL session at Columbus, Ohio, to It is stated that there is at this city., It' tells of'the tragedies and stitovUre program for the meeting
a committee 1,000'to Washinpn. time more fine cattle la the south than comedies In the lives of thosewho are December,'Including.on the first
to urge the congress irecommenda- ever before. It is doubtful if there neighbors and acquaintance'It gives Tuesday, reports from association : were ever many more scrub cattle in thego ssip-of-the hour'and the news leers and''from the State Board :
itch to submit to a vote of amendment tile the 'entire south than there are'nowfirst of the :clay, 'and 'discusses 'subjects Health on the work accomplished
ofJthe; United States an for class cattle. < that'are I of interest;to 'aU who can ing the year of 1913, reports : ;
;f! to-the Conltitution providlne ,prohibition the -The boll weevil I Is forcing the farmers scan its pages.;; :.Its editor is a sort. presidents-of the U county ;
t ; and lut, but not least and Seat of the xtremeilOuthern/ of confessor everybody.: 4. ready) organized In' Florida, ,:
examples of President Wilson into other avenues of making live ,The home town'bewspaper is as essentlal statement from owners of all the ;
t K retarr of State Bryan in setting cor- hood and there is no better opportunity to a' town'' as the retail mer ding Tats:built.. during' the' : ;:
I net precedents and contW -: than .afforded In this section chant. :The,extent of the prosperity the meetillg' the
h f> lation III private m ioffid+l .of the United States. It is a fact that of the ,town' depend. upon how'well tion will have help from Dr. E. 5
numbers of the best beef cattle placed the merchant and editor pull together. Nighbert: ,' of the Federal Bureau :
", ,. recommend'ae follows! on the'East,St.., Louis market during Once fax while remark is heard ,Animal Industry,' in charge of ,
1. That ,we the the past few years have been hipped that.the life of the small town,weekly eradication 'work 'Florida and '
record: al the eternal, foe of", from Mississippi. Alabama, and Florida or the life of the small town merkcant: Dr.'Peter F. Bahnsen,"the State
i t, OIL tnftie. '', New Orleans baa also been the is threatened by interests now central erinarian of Georgia who has done ; 1
f- liquor. 2.."Tbata w. make:our motto, "To-and marketing* place ot ,Urn amount of ising in the large cities, but this is not. much in. this line In'that:r state. I
tal abstinence for the tDdhida 1 cattle. It may be that prairie sections true. The. community if safe,'the local > whose lectures were appreciated "
I- th..eomplete IUPpremon of the bev.rage raise better bay than other eel merchant. safe and \ ,. liquor trafACj \atate' and na-: can tiona'of the south bat aaftdent feed safe so long as we are alive and alertto year. Dr.: A. C. Orach, the agent
t'. . be produced (n other'settions'to' our neighborhood interests and do the Federal Bureau-who'has' been
'S,: That 'our.nWod ot work" belodvcatioa can raise fine cattle : hte things that shout, dbe done to'pro. active* charge oT:the'Vufl Ung of : ,I,
.ldtatWJI,' p1edp-elplne TIle,iailll'"IOI, swine sa a badness mete community welfare. in Florida,' and assisting' with" ;

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rt :The, Kissimmee. 'Valley .Gazette. THE PROPOSED PARK 1 SHORT TERM : Fancy ':Grocery List.. .

KISSIMMEE:, OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.. To the Ladies of the Civic 'League; --- '" > -..

-- We are. pleased to note that the TWO CONVICTIONS, ONE. I For The Choicest Customers "i" "
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ladies pf the Civic League have under ... .
., r consideration the matter of the city >''*.

t S. J. TRIPLETT 'i.- '.- - .. 0 Editor..and Manage r acquiring by'purchase the two Savage FOR BREAKING AND > ' "v
.- .. v .'. ,-- . -"" '<;$ ;
: -.1 -- .y- lots lying west of the A. C. L pas ENTERING. MONEY\ :-
: SUBSCRIPTION TE8: On* copy. one year ______...____._______.'1.1. senger. depot; these lots to be supple- --'--'- ,
One oopjr,,*! xmonths: _.._?___.. .'15 On. copy, three ,.months, -.:_-.- ..0 mepted by the gift 'of a long: lease of The 'fall 'term of tne circuit court CAN. BUY HAS BEEN RECEIVED AND IS NOW, READY ,'
''r two more owned by the railroad. tot Osceola county convened on Tues- OF'THE MA'NY ..
- The Civic League ladies seemed of '
: day and concluded its trial cases :
All communication's. except from our 'authorised, correspondent;, must, b* somewhat exercised over the exact this morning. There were only two .1-: __,.::....;.....:-.--:- .. . ,. .a, ,'"'"
Ivned by the wrlV r. .... -. .,. .. ...\ -........-_,, wording of the proposition 'put vpto. caseS'lricd; one for forgery and the ,. -. .. h ..1 I'.. ......1 ,," .
Rejected matter will, not be returned unless called for; the city by the railroad authorities. other for breaking and entering, in PLUM PUDDINGS ' PEARL ONIONS. ,
, ,- We think they are unnecessarily. both of which .convictions were' nad. "*

'Katercd at: the PostoATIce In Klsilmmee Floridaas lecond-classj. nail matter. flurried. close'. This is the first term at which CaryD. GLACED. FRUIT, QUEEN. OLIVES.
.. The railroad may be a very Landis filled the position of prose--
i i m "' " f - corporation but. they are also "" SPLIT PEAS
very cutor, and his' efforts were satisfactory LAYER RAISINS :
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28J913.. I attentive to their own needs and utility' to both the court and our people.
improvements.. HUNGARIAN PAPRIKA ,
is list of that >,
;. .: Tho following a
-----'-- = ---- ------ '. 1 They improve ,their property whenin before the court: .....1, ;, .

ARE OUR BUSINESS MEN.DOING THIR DUTY their judgrnent the necessity arise<<:sand came J. C. Gilbe'rt vs. W. I. Bowen, eject ,KARR":' OUP TABLETS. CHAPON: EN GELLEE .

-. they are Anything but niggardly ment; continued.. PRESERVED BLOATERS ,, '
'' f to a city which "helps in the R. So. Col. Co. damages .._ _
There is a thought that. keeps to the front In our brain-regardless o Guy Cooper vs. '
matter of civic improvements whereinthe
hoW hard we try ,to' f forget it, .and with each day it becomes more fixed a"d> railroad may reap a personal bene- !Lillian$2,0V Osborne' ; continued.vs. So.,Col. Co., dam BONED' CHICKEN.' FRANKFURTERS .ANDAUERKRAUT ; .

settled: as a fact., , fit. continued. II SlfOKED.IAMS "
ages $1,500; DUTC I ,
That thought is that: our 'business men are not doing their full'duty Apparently the railroad authoritiesnow 'i/ J. R. Powellvs.. S4;. Col. Co:, damages .;..... ./ ,:
think the time is to *
towards the continued advancement of Kissimmee, opportune $1,500; continued. : SPAGHETTI ITALIENE r" .
have a park adjacent to their depot S. B. Aultman vs... A. C. L. R. R., .
here and since '
Some five years ago of Trade was organized in our city. > continued. ASPARAGUS '
damages $2,000
that time our city has prospered as has no other city in the South During They would receive indirect benefit State vs Jim; Wright: entering;

that time our business men have prospered far beyond, their fondest dreams; thereby while our city was receiving I guilty and' sentenced to. penitentiary .... SWISS .AND ROQUEFORT .CHEESE' .
and direct benefit.
: During that time Kissimmee has grown from a flag station..into, the class ot permanent' for five years. '
The railroad by holding these, lots State vs. Thos. J.' Rainwater, alias "'a '
g tip-to-date cities.: In years to come (after- this city has and
H. P. guilty sen.
Cooper forgery
The Board of Trade has been largely responsible for this prosperity through of evolution land ; .
gone stages
tenced to two yeais in penitentiary.State it
,. Just have '
from its fossilized phone what want- we
and these changes., passed' present, con vs. Henry Savage, three.cases you -- ,
But from the '''manner i iff' which our business men treat the Board of" dition into a higher state, namely, that of fraudulent- changing marks and ',
of would doubt receive
activity) no a
Trade-It would appear that they are devoid of gratitude or believe that the remunerative sum for'them; but either brands and one case larceny; con-. . ,

Board has served its usefulness and is no longer a .necessary adjunct to through selfishness or generosity (lit tinued.State vs. Henry Goodman, grand w: B. Makinson Co.
depends individual view
their or the'city's 'p'rosperit our own larceny; nol prossed. .

If such an idea has any place in their brains we warn them to dig i it of the subject) they have at this pres- aatevs. O. W. Wood, breaking'and r
ent time offered the city a free gift
out at any cost, for just as sure as physical' death comes to us all financial not -to be despised or lightly thrown entering; continued. '
and Dakin
Blenis Store
death will come to them and to our whole people away. _ . D. R. Broadvyay ;

The Board of Trade is the life of Kissimmee; it' has made our city To do so would be a moss-back idea CLARK HAS illSrUNG .

what it is, and It .Is baseless ingratitude on the part of our business men which a great many of our' tax, payers
would not be guilty of.
not to repay-the debt they. owe it by becoming one of its active, due-paying I Now look at the other picture whichis AT M'RAC THE. '

members now being presented to us. .-

We know these are harsh .words but the time has passed for sweet Two valuable lots adjoining these SAYS THE GRAND JURY WAS

songs and" oily words. A fact and not a theory confronts us, and the man fair railroad valuation lob are; payments offered for one-fourth sale' at a RIGHT IN FINDING TRUE Optimus Furnitureand

who is so wrapped up in' his'' own selfishness and greed that he cannot cash and three-fourths at long timeat BILL AGAINST BOLLES. .

find the time nor the money to aid the organization that has lifted him some 8 per cent interest annually. '

from poverty to riches, .is not a good citizen, nor is he entitled to a place.ih This is an opportunity which is Washington, D. C., Nov. 26.-:'Rep-
.Kissimmee's social or' business life. never likely to occur again for our resentative Frank Clark, of Gaines ManufacturingCOMPANY

<00- city to acquire a small park property ville, Fla., today issued the following
which would be a valuable .asset so statement bearing on Kansas City In- -

TilE GOVERNOR WILL DO NO SUCH THiNG long as Kissimmee remains on the; dictments for Everglade land frauds: '.

I "I saw the interview of Commis-
map.The railroad has come forward, in sioner of Agriculture McRae in The
The following paragraph is taken from an editorial that'appeared in with offer but Furniture Office Fixtures Cabinet Work Etc.
my opinion, a generous Metropolis, and see that Mr. -McRae ,
the Jacksonville Metropolis this'weelc, whicheditorial was a plea to Gov- our city has not met them half way. teems to lament the fact that Mr.

ernor Trammell to call a special session of the legislature to repeal certain' Ladies, the question is not. what Jolles and the other persons indicted General Carpenter Contracting

laws" passed at the regular. session last spring ,among which was the bec.ailroad will do, but what will our at Kansas City had no chance to-appear -
city Dads do to help forward the. interests before the grand jury."I '
drainage law: of our city in this matter: desire to say that no defendantin Estimates bit Application T. L. CURRY, Mgr.

Prominent Floridians declare that the drainage district .Concentrate your powers' of persuasion a criminal l transaction ever has the __ _ ...n.. .._ _ _,. .. .. _.. ,
'"h1. law, which allows large non-resident land owners In' and 'your intellectual right to appear before the grand Jury.

drainage district more voting power than the small land upon our Dads, then, we' giltS// The grand jury simply investigates to ADVERTISED LETTERS NINE
doubt, 'your names will be determine whether or not there' are
owners, who are more numerous, is absolutely unjust. in the..Postolfice at KUKirnmee E Snow
down by posterity doubly blessed:!, ; '- farts sufficient to warrant them in Remaining -
They declare that the same people; in behalf of practically cause you caused our representativesto putting' the defendant on trial, and Uncalled For, 4 cycle and 2 cycle

}n the same concern, caused the imposition in both blue; sfcy": .' give ou "our own," and further, you Mr. Bolles and his fellow defendants Nov 21. 1913.

,k, and drainage district laws being interested in public; service undertook to be. custodians of the willhave ample time to defend themselves -. BOAT MOTORS .
park property. before court and
: corporations as well asvlrainage projects. .- a jury. Advertised 'list for tho two weeks ..
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With sincere good: wishes and admiration 1 want to say further that in these
Now every well in Florida who has read this law Dec. 8 1913. BOAT SUPI'LIESSave'
; meaning man drainage for your laudable ambition, indictments the question 'solely as ending ,

I. knows it to be about as iniquitous at piece of .legislation as was ever placed I am sincerely, I to the fraudulent representations made And""on. RanMnrtln.. J I. t'

4 upon a statute book, but every man who ever harbored a thought knows II. E. SWABEY.SIIARPEHARRiSON', by these men. It makes no difference; dvlph Mcfluris H S the Agent's Commission.
whether the land is good or bad. There BlackMrs K.ll- Mc.Murphy.Coibftt. Clal-
4 that the,governor Is'not'going to call a special session of the legislature torepeal'a I.. -
are plenty of other facts upon which Mr lltnNc'nly.* Frank Write us a card and we will tell
law'thafrhe: himself] signed. But in this connection rather & peculiar they can and ought to be convicted." -ttn 1'attrmon. Ua.n
" idea strikes us, and that is, what answer will Governor Trammell Osceola -county lost one of her fairest trynn.V J . .Turku. FredIravia you how. .
young women on Sunday, the 23rd, Jan I* I'lereu. Wm.
make to Senator N. P. Bryan when that gentleman asks him if he would when Oscar O. Harrison led to the NOTED SPEAKER ATAYMEN'S 10'.1<1.. JilrBJe IIIII.. Hlrnnnun. Adiror BURROUGHS & McMEEKIN : '
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vote for the same, character of measure if the people should place him. in altar Florrie Sharpe. The ceremonywas 1Iarrlll'V.H Jlarrl.. }V II' ."1 1Clofton \Vhvrlrr, Airs Car. ,,, '.. ,
the United States Senate. ', > performed on the. lawn at the II ; t ,
/h; , .. ....., '" home of Mr J.. M ,, MEETING Fran J ,,, a.. "" \l.-'BI' !
1/ i.I.: a S .,+""'_smtsc.i,l.ail4iwse{uKUnat i dtFSsa.: r3 IA; ; , .j Sharpe?, an uncle { : it ,u..onoll' -1'
Andrxw Wllllnms, Pock

T" ", 'T.".", .".. ,.-. ."'''..',"'"',.' 'q"", .,"'. "' '.'...., '.", '-._ ., ol otthe,friends bride and, in'relatives the presence, Pat of Johnston a host TWvvE. het" '. V! '*- \fllllams, SPW, h' \ \" ' '
The Tampa Tribune opines that 0044000004040044440 officiating. The only attendants were O. TAYLOR OF BOSTON MASS, SHOPAROUND
Kissimmee will be stuck o' ,
t more up Miss Bernice Sharpe, sister of the WILL DELIVER ADDRESS ON
than .ever with a candidate for con 0 TALKING SEARS 01) w Postmaster. THECORNER
bride, and :Mr. P. J. Remusat, an .in- TEMPERANCE. -
S gress. And that's not all-there's a '
timate of the
'to friend bridegroom. The fourteenth annual convention!
candidate two' for and 000000440000040000Willisltt '
or governor The bride -'---
was tastily attired in blue
E, one for railroad commissioner yet to 'I of the Florida State Federation of
messaline satin her
traveling dress What is to be the greatest meeting
3 come, maybe.--Drlan Sentinel. J..Sears, lawyer and superintendent ana her bridesmaid looked ; in Labor will meet at Miami January 14
of Avenue
of schools for Osc ola county Very dainty II the history the Laymen's Union 6th.! It is expected at this convention Darlington
ih a dress of the material. The will be held at the'Pastime Theater
County an able and fine young man, will Sartre on of organized labor will adopt plans to
The Bradford ,
i Telegraph bridegroom was dressed in the con. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. These take 27 Stewart AvenueIs
be a candidate before the spring pri an active interest in the political
;, announces that beginning Janury 1st ventional black, while his best man 1 meetings haVe grown into such popularity
mary. for congress from this, the game at the coming; primaries in June
'the the
subscription: price will be increased wore brown. with our people that it neces- of headquarters GREEK
5 to $1.60, a year. The Telegraph is Fourth ord. District.-VoluslaCour.ty.. The bride, who has been reared in sitated, a short time ago, the renting next year. LABEL Sanitary Plumbing Fixture

worth every tent of that price'and ,Osceola county, is very well known of the Pastime, and that room will be WANT ADS in the Gazetteare such as porcelain lined bath tubs site
r more, for it Is one of the best papers .Mr. William Sears Kissimmee here, and as she is very' popular with taxed to the limit Sunday afternoonto Valley baths, foot baths, closets of all styles

' published in. Florida. states that he will be in of the for, all who know her, she needs no special accommodate the audience.A the means of selling and rent. kitchen sinks, slop sinks. ,

'Congress from the Fourth District race In mention. The bridegroom, while a .splendid program has been arranged lag property when all, other means F-irst-clasa plumbing in both new

f, The Ocala 'Star la another of the 1914. Mr. Sears-is" grand chancellor; comparative-stranger among us, comes for that occasion, among which fall. Try it once. 5 cents a line. and repair-work.
Florida newspapers that will increase of the Knights of Pile well recommended, having been a con- will be an address by E. O. Taylor, A. Sheet metal of-all kinds, metal ceilIng
its subscription price January 1st from Pythias.Times. on, ductor on the work train of the 3rd M.. D. D., of Boston, Mass., field secre- "WT..i iP -APIM.K'tTIMX-j'tm; and decorative architectural) work.,

$1 to $1.60 a year We are glad to IljcDuff.-Apalachicola division of the A. C. L. for seven tary and lecturer of the National Temperance IIKII' '!'I'll!). MI.XtMM,+:.:1.1.! 1 IVrKIIKHTOK% IIKAI.TY. cornice sky lights, tin roofing, guttering
see this move becoming more general years, and is considered one of the Society of New York and the and piping. Blow pipe work'
I. William Joseph Sears of Kissimmee In the of .... easat.: ifl I,..t.r
with the papers of this elate. The has made formal announcement of his best conductors on the line. Scientific Temperance Federation of h.." unit II......'....,. Minor. llrlrn'of both heavyor planing mills and lumber
paper that isn't worth $1.50 a year to run for Congress from the Immediately after' the ceremony, I Boston. (:. II. I".)'. l>.M-m...l. plants, and light for packing

isn't,worth. house. room. purpose Fourth District. William Is confronted the bridal party, accompanied by' Mr. DrTaylor 1s one of the noted temperance To/I all!<.<.!whum J hHr: thcsa pnciH shall eumr, houses heating, etc.
J. Alvin Thompson, Mr. Bert Methuin lecturers before the We make t order' in the-
4---- with a serious handicap-he isn' public NortciIn! hereby seven that the tin- anything The Kissimmee city council.: has known' much beyond the environs ot and Miss :Marie Duke left' for Kis- today, and Is a thorough master of ..Jt'rllltcn..d.V.. Ivey, an guardian of sheet metal line; revolving chimney

passed an ordinance so-worded that it Kissimmee, and the field ii large. simmee, by way of St. Cloud, and a his subject. A special invitation is .Lester h.'lrH of I Ivey<1. H. and lv.y, K ilcn-nmul...tha lvy.will minor make caps tanks in any style, copper work, .
'seems,to call for the'muzzling of the Palatka News. sumptuous supper was served at the extended the ladies to be. present at application to the County Judge "f Oni smoke .stack and heavy sheet iron.
owners of dogs running at large, instead Manhattan hotel. this meeting, as much; good has already *.* County. "Florida, at the ofnc of work.

of the dogs. Perhaps'it is justas W.. J. Sears of Kiesimmee is' seri Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left on the been accomplished through Bald Almme County salt Judge.One-cola. In. County lh. City.-Florida of Kin See us, consult us, and patronizeus.

.ell. We know some dog owners ously thinking of entering the con- midnight train for points in northern their .efforts, and .it is hoped this on the 22d day of O..cmb.-r, A, n. 1913, '
.who; need muzzling more than their gressional race In the Fourth District Florida, where they will spend a few learned man may still further.enthuse for an order 4)1 the -said JudK, direct.Inic .

canines.-.Reportec-Star. Mr. Sears probably has several thou- days, after which they will them to lend still greater efforts to tfuitrdlan.him the lo mildV.sell nt. private W.. Ivey,sale as said the' R. L. Starling Mgr.

"--01)_ sand dollars he would like to spend ina the home of Mr. Harrison's parents, stamp out of Florida the demon. that Interest of the Bald minors In real I es,
campaign. As Mr. Mr. Sears has in Clayton, Alabama, to remain for is sapping' tho best out of the lives. tale belonging to the estate of thenald 49tfpdltWANTED
C There-appeared on the front page been the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harrisonwill of some of our men. : /Ijlt 11. d..f deceased, lying and
of the West Palm Beach Post last generally understood to belong t ;, Iho said County of .
'week the pictures nineteen membersof to the "reactionary" wing of the party then' return to Florida and will be ORc"ula.tat.; .. of Florida, and described
he will,.,if he runs, have an effect "at home" to their friends in .Jackson. us follow, to-wit:
; on
a local business house. .It was art ville. THE GRIM. REAPER The KKI'4 of HW\% of NK'4 and NK14\
this class of
splendid advertisement, if it was an voters which might havd of NWV4 of HRV4 of Suction 13. Township
advertisement, but failed to gone largely to Frank .Chase. The 25, South, Range 28, East: and
we see Fourth District is largely progressive The Kissimmee Valley Gazette says CLAIMS Ej. BEELANDAFTER sic.. beginning at the MR corner of 8W -
anything at the bottom or the "Ad"t
that the people ', of .SWVi of NE'A of said Section
are demanding
In fact it is a pub .
generally conceded that ,
that it t
signifying was paid matter. lic Township and Han ire run west 120 .
But it it possible the editor the thirteen counties are progressive, park. "The necessity for the establishing feet. North 380 feet, Kast 44 feel North ....
M wag presented most of them overwhelmingly so.- of a public park becomesmore A LONG AND PAINFUL .2SO feet. ";a.t T6 feet, South ((160 feet Improved or Unim- '
> with a jack knife or a box of Dixie. ., evident every day, declares the ILLNESS A NOBLE LIFE PASSES to beginning. said lands being; In Section ; .
shells. < .
s a D -. Valley Gazette: and then tells of the INTO THE UNKNOWN. 11_ aforesaid W. W:"-fVEY. proved Groves"atOwners'
The,Kissimmee 'Va 1ey Gazette ha i site that is considered most desirable. All Ouardlan of Lester Ivey and
We received an invitation to at it from first hand that W. J. Sears "The Civic League has taken the mat Ret ha Ivey. minor heirs of a,
I While for weeks our people had II. Ivey, deceased. Prices
I, tend the annual charity ball given by superintendent of public instructionof ter up, and will carry it to a successful -
) : waited for the news that the soul Of .
the Elks of Orlando
on Wednesday conclusion. The ---
Osceola county and grand chancel proposed park E. S. Beeland had taken lts ht for
the 26th. ..Of course we didn't go. lor of the would certainly add to the attractions stir laving "
Knights of Pythias of the world beyond the skier there kept up a continuous cor
Things are moving,so swift here in of Kissimmee and
5; Florida, will be -a candidate for congressman prove a good was a sadness throughout the city respondence with several hundred
Kissimmee that not a member of the for the people. Times-
from this district. While Canadians who have declared their
when C. A Carson received wire
Gazette force has the time to kiss his Union. >
Mr. Sears without doubt fine'man intention of
wife Is, a that Mr. Beeland had died yesterday coming to Florida, and
D except Sundays. But we learn i we believe our people are' well satisfied "--0-- morning, Thanksgiving Day, at the having already sold several valuable

'always the Elks do had at a royal time-as they i with Claude L'Engle who, though The newspapers of Ft. flyers, Kissimmee. home -of his brother Homer Beeland, Winter Home properties to Canadians;1 l am desirousof '

off every performance they' he has; been hampered by illness, is Ocala and other cities .have at. Reynolds, Ga. hearing at'once' from parties who' \ .
jjnll > making good -right along and better been boost own propertle.'that' ,want to sell.
" O.i'i"'" i. given' : from the public Mr. Beeland came here somethingover SORRENTO, LAKE COUNTY, they
r- qualified than ,ever to look out for funds of.their respective counties, in'recoJniti seven years ago from Georgia Most of my correspondents are in a
It- It sometimes! hard .to say just their interests.-Florida' Star.. n of their value as an, ad- and accepted the position of superintendent FLORIDA. position to lay down considerable cash .,
-what we. wish to,'and the Kissimmee vertising medium for the1- town und of the. Kissimmee TelephoneCo. on a first payment. During the past s>

dty council has'taUen into a common The Kissimmee Valley Gazette' county.. In Arcadia they'' occupation ., which: position he most acceptably Location high, healthful, .plctur- week I have received word from several ,r
error of saying-,, what'it didn't intend wants to know when will the ftvsinessmen of friends "
tax of $5 on the newspapersand filled up to a few months ago, when eque. House of ten rooms. WaterelHJue. myt that they wiU'be'here
:toby pasting' an ordinance providing ''of Florida cease falling for the hang their ordinances shortly. Would like *
'f ,...... on the wall his health prevented his further :work. House o ften rooms. Water 'parties
(tier them' Lung of,dog owners. The buncoite. the latter being the strollingadvertlsing somewhere to advertise them instead He was member of, the Knights of pile.,hou8& and garden. Orange and havingJl'Operty"lor' sale ''will offer''

A Kissimme council is no ordinary fakir who takes .good of publishing them in a newspaper so Pythias order as well as of the Pre.. grapefruit trees! in fuU bearing. Barn, good. reasons for.:.wanting to BelL,

", a It .Jbody, however' and It ,is not well to money out of every: community In the that our citizens can familiarize;}themselves b' As a man be was respected stable, poultry houses! Six acres in Send.all, particulars, at:once, to" .
J.aD.of conclusions in regard. to what state where he gets in his graft and! with th.e) laws under which they for. his unswerving to alit{ for' Bale moderate cost. Ad.dre
., tfee/eooncU' Intended to do. That leaves nothing in return that has even are governed. Why not also levy an any trust'and his honesty dUii all ; : ALF. : : t,. ,

-body;achieved: '"world wide distinctionwvrl the appearance of value.'' Hungry> Joe occupation tax upon our school teachers men at all times. 'Men like E. -eland f. b' W1LAW,, '. , considering an said many year ago that a sucker and preachers, or.upon, the Chamber are few. Their,' I't Box ,
;.ordinance proiJblfrair.htps' from was born every minuteand probably of Commerce,,Board of Trade,Civ a bard' to JilL PinecToft" ,145KijwimmeeFlorida;

,=- ra.or the;,townv-Orlando Benc that's the answer to the .G. -tteIgnestlon.Lakeland.Neln. id'Lea'gua and fraternal,orders,T-Arcadia I.,- He leaves a-wile.and.son,. to,mounr. .

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Telephone Mo.'11 leading citizens one of Orando' Get one of those classy. hair-cuts at U=rtmmttmmm "
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'II .Published Every Friday By A. Taft and Wife of Winnipeg{ ; 'j 1 .. .' ..

W. ... HARRIS.Weather iLakeaCity, where left she yesterday Canada, who have spent several weeks 11 ., .
Vls here left
today for ,
her cousin Miss Kathleen Tampa. 0 -. /
C ." ; Peacock.Mis . ,
.." .."O"O..t..o Lucy Pearee the Miss Rosa Bartow is the I ,. ... .
at a was ho.tels guelt of the family here. of her'' 'te' :. .
honor Pfrtle t Monday In brother, J. M. Taylor.! Quality. .Quality :: :
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( Report thirteenth birthday: '! : _- n
W. J. Squires J. W. Gordon, one of De Land's
Star Anderson,, foremost .
two of business men, was visitor
StCloud "
Following the business most prominent to this city the forepart of the week. '
ars daily
; terngeratares ; : men, were in the city Tues- AT 'KATZ'S ,
\ ,\ and precipitation as ;' A.; S. Jarrell was among ,.Kissimmee .

l. reported by the Government : Col. Andrew Johnson s representative business -men . w " ""'

! station at Kisslmmee for the-! a well KUsimmee knownthisrafternoon \ who visited Tampa Tuesday., I . . .. .... .:, .... . .

week ending Nov. 27, 1913. .; ata and paid this 0(11.::. Mrs Joseph F.: Bumby, Jr., returned :" I 4
\: I'' '. .. Max. .Uln. Rain .S appreciated tar.. ".-Orlando Report'Ir. to her after home a week's in Orlando visit here on Wednesday with Christmas Is Approaching '

Thursday -,r 77 55 ?.. ; C: her(cousin, Mrs. F. S. Gilbert ,

Friday ___..? 84 59 ___ ; tor from ;this district well aena I
as .
Saturday ... 80 64 ... Orlando's leading attorneys, was in ped with electric Wghtsj Water and a. ,

; Sunday! ...... 84. 59 ... \ this attendance upon the crcuit court here bath.. Inquire at the Gazette office.

.Monday ..... 83 62 wMk 46-tf' "

Tuesday...,..",. -'76 68 .-.1 Earl itByuzWzad returned to ;home I ln F. W.. Hill, the Narcoossee mer To Shop Early ;. .
Wednesday? 79 68 nes ay from Pennsylvania chant-postmaster was transacting :t .
: where he had for the past few business in Kissimmee Monday., Mr. '.;.;
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0THE" " ..Ooo..o .months been the guest of relatives Hill owns an extensive and ., I
and friends grapefruit grove, and states' that he ., ' A Few Suggestions From Our: ,''a

., I lllllllllllllllllllill 1I0dg has received splendid prices for sill
JuC f.ont one of ,Atlanta's *
; he has
shipped this season. .
hustling traveling men was in Kis Stock .
J.OCAL FIELD. simmee Wednesday telling our people Miss Marie Duke and Bert Methuin .
I Iw. the wonders of a certain make of were among the people from Kissimmee ,

water meters.. who attended the marriage of ., ., ; Alligator Bags 'of various sizes > '. //M' : ,
# Oscar O. Harrison and r ,
Florrie Sharpe, :
1- I I I I I P I I I I I I I i I I I I I I Donegan Hon. Arthur, Mr. and Donegan Mrs., Pat, Elizabeth Johnston which took place at the home of Mr. :, and shapes Ivoroid Toilet Arti f,{ } ',, ; ; . ,
J. M. ,
II.. Brokaw with Grifflng Broth and Elizabeth Johnston Sharpe, an uncle the bride, on -
- the tree people. to the motored over Sunday afternoon! at 3:30: o'clock. ? ;' t :
ers,. 40-tf settlement Sunday after cles Royal Society Packages for ; ,

W. II. Brokaw of Orlando noon.. (., R.: G.: Collier, a member of the Board .
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was .
, r the city Wednesday. from Frank Eggersgluess has returned of,County is spending Commissioners the week of Lee here county the. those that 'like to put their.o < .. ." \ .
an extended
Heinz Pckles_ | all varieties, at R. S.Floyd's. West, and he trip through the truest of his brother, E. F. Collier : '
says saw that handiwork into M.
no place :
43tf looked( as prosperous and progressive Mr. Collier states that Lee county is ../ .
being rapidly developed by desirable
aa Kissimmee. homeseekers from the West. '' handkerchiefs .a 'J
'Linen and Swiss 1F
See our window-lace' boot and '. .. .'
work shoes. F. II. Lawson. 49-It J. Alvin Thompson, engineer of the )
W. W4 Chandler, G. T. Chandler, "
work train of the 3rd division of the Alex. Sloan, DeWilton'Alderman, Hendrix _' i in dainty designs Color Bags I '' :' "" '
Marvel Flour, new spring wheat product A. C. L. was in town over Sunday in Alderman, W. P. Underhill, Jas. .

at 'R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf attendance' on the Sharpe-Harrrsort." A. Daughtry, Jas Durrance and Frank Work Boxes and Baskets Mani- < /'

wedding. Walker, all representative citizens of ; .
The Baptist ladies will have .a ten- John M. well 'known "citizen the Bassenger section, are here this \ 1
a cure Sets
cent table at. their bazaar. : i Silk Kimonas Silk' '
of Kissimmec, was among the throngof ;'' court week 'In now attendance in session.upon the circuit ;I .* : .. r I Iii l

Marvel Flour, new spring.wheat visitors in the city yesterday. Mr. '
duct, at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf pro- Lee mingled! business with pleasureand J. W. Thompson, president of the Umberellas, Long'' and Short.-Kid ) i,:;:*.?;;.;.:,'<' : + .
registered at the -
DeSoto.TampaTribune. city council, desires the statement .
Boys' dress suits from 5 years to made that he should not be IncludedIn Gloves and other things too numerous : .\ r. -. i
that number who voted for the ,
18.o'. 11. Lawson. 49 lt
..... citrus Hiram Moody the, who banks owns of the a large rivera passage of the J law forcing all owners . to mention but which we .
Heinz Pickles all varieties it R S.Flbyd' grove ot to muzzles at the "f li
few miles this .side of Bassenger' dogs wear as ., : ,;. ; ,.. J
.. 43tf time the ordinance was passed he was .. \
passed through the city Tuesday en : on a visit to friends in. Georgia. will be glad to show you. .
route to where he also !
Tampa, keeps J' > .
line in town work ._, ',"; h 1
Strongest; on a residence."The I Mr. II. Edmund Swabey, of,Kissim ., t
shirts and F. II. Lawson. 49-lt .
pants. mee, was in Orlando yesterday. Mr. "A' ." ;f ., 1.'

Marvel Flour, new spring wheat pro la through nearest his stomach.way to a man's If heart want i Swabey feels mighty good over the . t ;, ; }
you result of the recent bond election' for -\1'\' : : ) .
duct, at R. S. Flo.d'.. '43-tf to Chapter reach House his heart Dec bring 4th and him 6th to the for 1 rood roads in this county, and 'says KATZ'SKiasimmee : i :1

that he Osceola will be the next '
I Itempt hopes : ::'
For gun; repairing, key making and there will be many things on sale 'to to take this important step.-Orlando I ISentlnal. .,. r "
retiring; baby carriages; call on the him. 1 'J' r i
Osceola Bicycle Shop. 48-U 'I Florida, _.'
Mr. Bass of .
RulJ. one Geo. O. Dean and wife and E. T.
W. W. Bonney of Orange Centerwas kings of South Florida, accompanied' of Nashville. Mich.,. arrivedin y '
; Rowley Quality
his arrived from his home Quality .
a business visitor to Kissimmee >y family, the city Sunday to spend the win .. .'
In early this morning
ter. Mr. Dean is one of our regular
traveling in his big touring car.-or I winter residents and is an enthusiastic
If you want your bicycle repaired lando Reporter-Star. :I
Kissimmee booster. This is Mr.Rowley' .
correctly, take It to the Osceola Bicycle I '
first trip to our city, but it
Shop. 4S-4t Rev G. W. Lawler, field agent for
Southern College; and a former pas i Ie safe to .Iay' that he will hereafterbe .. .
Mrs. E. -Chapman of'Loughtnanspent tor of Methodist church at this'' numbered among our regular winter .

the day shopping; In the cityTuesday. place, delivered a strong sermon at the victors.Aw :mmu _

auditorium last Sunday morning", taking W Winn left 'Saturday for Has- .
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for his text "It Is Finished. r '
: kell the and
to superintend picking
Mrs. G. II. Clark St.Cloud! was
the guest a few days this-week of Mrs. F. W. Hill and daughter, Madeline, packing' of his citrus fruit, of whichhe made out. All three gentlemen ex week's camping at Men-it's Island. from Norrietjpwn, Pa., was here Wednesday i; ? I

J. J Woodbeck. . ., of Narcoossee, passed through the city has several thousand boxes. Mr. press themselves as well pleased with The gentlemen of the party will make looking over 'the city with a ., ,, ,.
? Tuesday en route to Gainesville,.where Winn is a firm 'believer .In Florida\ this ection, and! ., state,that the Valley hunting turkey gobblers and squirrels view to locating. 'Mr. Slough stated ,p
Eight good mules wagons and harness they cWjojkd Thanksgiving; with their being recognized al the citrus state Gazette, which they have been' readingfor their principal sport, while {ha( ladies that Kissimmee was the prettiest,.the '
." "' '-1 1gram. IOn and ,brother, F.:W., Jr., who is a of the nation in a few years, and says the past few months, tells only will tend camp and cook the game. cleanest and most prosperous city ha '; 'r' L u ,
forsale bargaln1 ;
t .' vA at .. ,.,, student;at.the State University.. '. : I that he, knows of no safer' place to half the story of the wonderful oppor- had visited, and it was more,: than; t
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l 'Pf1140; ?
: Peebles district
; W. W. sales
: tf invest money than in an orange. and tunities this section offers the home- man- probable he would become. a perms k ", ,
.Judge"and Mrs. Fred Fee, of Ft. grapefruit grove. seeker. ager of the Hayes Lithographing Co., nent resident. "'' '
Don't forget the Baptist. ladies' Pierce, were the guests a few days \ of Buffalo, N. Y., was in the city this
bazaar'" at the Chapter House on Dec. this week of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley Mr. E. L. Lesley, chairman of the Dr. C. L. Hyatt made a professionalvisit week and made 'arrangements ,with G. B. Garside, who with his family I :
4th and 5th. '< returning home In time to enjoy .beard of county commisionera of Os Tampa the close of last week. the Valley Gazette to act as agent for reached the,city this week from Mas- .
Thanksgiving. The trip was made in ceola county, was in the city yester his firm. sena, Iowa, has rented the Gilbert +
For the best tires and bicycle supplies handsome touring car. day. Mr. Lesley says he has every Don't forget the sale and displayof cottage on Church street and will make ,
call on the Osceola Bicycle Shop. the judge's confidence that the necessary funds hand-painted china at the Chapter There will be no services Sunday at Kissimmee his home in future.

48-4t S. S. Griffin, one of Orlando's fore for a fine exhibit at the Orlando exposition House tomorrow. Mrs. Zimmerman. St. Johns Episcopal'' church, as the .... f. "
I Rev. W. H. Bail to Orlando to The Board of County Commissioners \ (
most real estate dealers, as well' asa will' be raised in his county, goes
Henry Avant ana. wife of Nar- prospective candidate to represent 1 and that Osceola will capture' a large Miss Addie Thomason of Tampais preach at St. John's church In the meet in regular session onMonday. 'J. I '
Saturday here"shopping I I visiting her cousins, the /Misses morning, and at St. Luke's cathedralin :
coossee spent county in the next legislature share'' of the prizes.-orlando Senti "
Orange, Orlando <
v.. '' Thomason at their home. on the evening.
among our stores. 1 was here Saturday for a brief nel. avenue. THE: EFFECT OfPRICE ., ;
visit with his brothers, C. W., J. J. and R. .L. Lambert of in R
For Sale--Motor boat in good condition J. TV Burckhalter leaves next Wednesday Leesburg was
,.cheap if taken soon. Address I J. C. Griffin. for Atlanta, Ga., to attend the We regret to learn that Geo. F.: the city a few days this week, leer CUTTING '

Box 'Kissimmee.. I The Shop Around The Corner, No..j convention of salesmen of the Atlas Parker is ill at his home on Emmett today for home. Mr. Lambert is ,a ,

114 Darlington avenue, and 27 Stewart I Oil Co: of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr.jBurckhaiter street, and trust that nothing serious great booster. for good roads, and '
W. D. J. Sumner returned Tuesday I! Is the place to go If you I holds second place in the will result predicts big things for his county '. .' .. "
from McRae. Gu., where he spent a I want avenue satisfaction and pleasure in having list of salesmen of this company, the now that.a bond issue of $509,000 has I I The' sooner a dealer who seeks the '' ,;
week with and friends. : ,J. M. Taylor,wife and children left carried. ' r
relatiyes plumbing and sheet metal j i I man holding the first place being the > royal road to success through price- '

C. D. Carroll, the Narcoossee .turpentine work:your done by experts R. L. Star. ( southern sales manager. This of fact, Taylor's Friday last parents for a brief at Bartow.stay with They Mr. The subjects to be discussed by cutting,. cut realizes to the bankruptcy that this is court the'shortest and- i . I"'
49-lpd no doubt, will be the means Mr.
magnate was Ih thecity the ling, manager. marked returned to the city Tuesday night, Rev. A. M. Chisholm at the Christian back into the honest path of fixed -
I Burckhalter being shown attention gets
close of. last week looking after? the church Sunday will be, morning "Mod .-10
C5. Allard will conclude and the better'for .
The Rev. J. at the convention. 'I legitimate
'The O. II. S. basket ball team went '' evening .
spirits market.If ern' Religious Thought .trade '
of Sermons at the'Catholic himself and the generally.
his course I ',, and "
have land wish to .sell,. church Sunday evening. at 730.; His V. ,L. Dibble, accompanied by George down' match to Arcadia yesterday to the played local- "Weighed in the Balances? A most Price cutting is the brand ,,of .the'
you you a garoe, losing cordial invitation is extended the pub .
The subject, in the .evening. will be "WhyI Horny, .wife and son, have arrived misfit in the business, an acknowledgment
send lour name and address to .' team by a score of .19 to 6. lic to attend both services. j I
will Kis-
Homcsseker's Guide Tampa, Kissim Am a Catholic.! Mass will be said from Alton, Kans., and make that he lacks the mental ,

mee. . ..- 49-11 Sunday morning at 8 o'clock.. Sunday Bimmee their permanent home Mr. F. E. Williams the' St. Cloud lumber Mrs. Henry Hartung and her little equipment necessary for conducting's. ,
11 o'clock Dibble was here two winters ,ago fora business along straight competitive
school at dealer, whoup: to three years ago
few months, and only returned to daughter, accompanied by Mrs. George .
Come all that are weary of making was a. resident of Kissimmee, spent lines with his competitors.
Xmas ye to the, Ladies' Hu- G. M. Taylor, the North Broadway j Kansas on account of business affairs. Tuesday here renewing old acquaintances Hartung' all of New DecatUJ:. Ala Her is like the racer who might undertake T '
presents who has been ill bama, arrived yesterday, and aie stopping r
tsar at the House on December grocery merchant\ He says that half the people in the to cut'the.course in a race. If
4th and Chapter 6th.J. for the past two weeks, we are, glad I West have Florida fever, and he expects temporarily at the Presbyterian he were the ,only one to- suffer from .... t
jto 'flay Improving and unless un- a large number here during the John C. Jones of Orlando, former manse. The farmer two expect to his unwise business policy, the trade '
W. Squires, 'accompanied by Mrs. ) expected complication arise will be next month. .Mr. Dibble is undecidedas prosecuting attorney.of' this' district, spend, the winter is.Kls immee. ,- l could await his inevitable wind-up

Squires, came over from St. Cloud restored to his usual good health in yet as to whether he will engage was among the prominent attorneysin '1'rankWalker j I cheerfully. But like his_blind prototype \
yesterday and spent the 'day pleas- a few KJays.J. in the .mercantile or trucking business.J. attendance uptin the. circuit court member of the Boardof Sampson, he pulled down Jhe; '

antly with friends. H.fllalley ofLoughrHan, accompanied . W Windstanley; known by his here. this week. Bassenger County district Commissioners, arrived 'here from Mon.the..I 1 I own temple head of, but busness also upon not-only the :heads on his of

C. A. Cole, head of the Cole jewelry by G. B. Garside pf'Massena. friends as' 'Dad," of Malan, Kansas, W, P. Underhill wife and son, of day to attend to matters before the all competitors in his territory. Demoralization .' ..
houses In this city' and Lakeland Iowa who with his family has is again!: among us. Dad drop in Bassenger, have been spending the circuit court, in session here this week, is the least result to be t.
which latter city he makes his home, ( spending some time at Loughman, on 85 the evening of Nov. and here. Mr. Underhill states that much and states that he will not return expected. ,
spent Friday here. 'was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Gar- closed a deal for a tract of land at activity in real estate is being displayed { home' until after'the meeting of the Price-cutting 'is not i salesmanship. -'. '

side desires, to 'come to Kissimmee-- for Campbell's Station in the morning of in his section, owing to the Board next Monday.. 1 The majority of people are not throw
.James M. Johnston spent Monday the Winter, if he can secure 'a suit; Nov. 21st. 1>lr. Windstanley Is ac near approach of the railroadv\ ing on the other hand,
The 'Co. ;
away money
' in Carson Cattle has received
business. his
i in Orlando transacting able residence. companied'by daughter and two
is established decisively
Norvin Murphy better''' known to the of/ bulls and where value
< shipment forty-five
His ,
I connection with his office as deputy grandchildren. son-in-law is on does ,
fcclerk of the county. Methodist church services will be the headed in the right direction, his many friends as '"Pat,'' arrivedin five heifers* all black Polled Angus, and thoroughly the average. man ,
held in the High ,School auditorium.The with way his household goods, farming implements the city this week from his homein which C. A. Carson, Jr., purchased on not look, for or expect a cut. CO.. '
flk.. The' regular meeting of St. John'1Build pastors subject Sunday at "11 a. and family goods. Here's 'a Omaha, Ills., and has accepted a a recent trip to Texas. Through these i I OSCEOLA BICYCLE
will be held at the home of Mrs. m. will be Macedonian Cry. The hearty welcome to them.:'and success position in Dann's department store. cattle this company expects to breedup -Adv 49-lt ,
r, J. S.. Carr next Tuesday afternoon, subject for 7 p. m. will be "Life' a Divinely to all. I' their herd to a standard that will]
'woman to
Cecember o'clock. Granted! Ministry." A cordial W. 'C. Bass has purchased a latest equal cattle bred in the world.E WANTEDWhlte: girl'or y"
3 any
2nd at '
Ij invitation- extended to all to attend The home of Mr. and 'Mrs.; K. C; model Oakland car from Fred ,Bass, 1 act as housekeeper. Apply to J: E. II

Wm. Temple returned Wednesdayfrom these services.. Partin, in the "Partin settlement," and is now better' equipped than ever J. Slough; an attorney at law Rush, Kissimmee, Fla.49tf.. .
Live Oak, where he went Sundayto was the 'scene of a very quiet wedding; to give enjoyment to his numerous ,
look 'over a farm he recently purchased There will be,home made-fruit,cake on Thursday' night, the' 20th >.in St., friends. .,
to his daughter.W. by the pound wrapped in oil paper, Harris Bass and '
and presented when Clyde Ruby '
Dr. W. B., 'Witherspoon
and serviceable aprons,' homemade '
united in
fancy Partin mariage
A. Smith, member of the firmof rugs,' guest towels, table run- Pat Ola Johnston were Officiating.' This wed., yesterday. from Jacksonville, wherehe "

Dutton-Harria Shoe' Co., returned ners, fancy pillow slips, center pieces, ding came as great surprise to many attended the state Sunday school "DIXIE QUALITY .
three-weeks visit blouses,' dusting convention held in that city this :week. ,
Wednesday from a soft cushions, boys of the friends of these young people, : !
cities. The
eastern of descriptionon doctorreports having a splendidtime.
'to New York and other bags every as their intentions had been kept -< '

.\V. B. Crawford, of the l law firm, of sairat the Baptist ladies' bazaar strictly "private. However they will ., .. ---PICTURES ,- :. +

Vans 4 Crawford, ,returned Dec.4th and 6th. be followed to theit ,future home at C.-A. Carson arid I wife and daughter, .
Agnew \ .
days'. trip through Richard Dewey is in the city Whittler Florida, by the best wishes Miss Elizabeth and Misa Vera Holt .. c.AllDay. '
Saturday from a ten ; '
Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, attending soliciting' funds to be used for the of all wlio;know them., spent Thanksgiving. as the guests of T the Bert and'%;' ., . '
C.A. his ranch headquarters ,
atter'. of Florida during the '
to I legal care of the poor Kissimmee: has ,but .M*. H.\l art took"I ; W.: Mackey and oh'.the .short.of Lake Kissim- .Cleanest Motion Show '

J,, C:: Allen, wife and son; reached winter months.'who need assistance and J.:,B. Mills of Smith' Center, Kans.! mee. V .
few people !, '
the from Port'Tampaldr. provided for are here looking for places to parechase" "CkJWrea's,Matiae. ,. Eveii.g S'o f ,
'cityWednesday substitute. conductor their ,needs are always citizens, but It and,/ tpuke their homes.. It Js :. H. Stanford: 'and,family- W.'J.Gears . '. t
e 6:30
Allen will serve fortunate
by our more Hartaook' and and familylra. B. B. 3P.M.'RIDAY'NOV.EMIER .(
U.Canova theitkfd learned that both Mr. Simpson
Belt lend I
fail to V'h'
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for'"Rd who
on -the..Sugar; host never TM
a Frank Vans 'DeW-form \
selected ,, and a pleas'
ays "wealthto Mr. Mills have orange groves &
seeking a 'of' their /
who Ie freely .. .
.the and give for which>eing ant party that left Wednesday torO '. 1..1'a
test from his arduous. duti,, .relieve distress " may. be. the papers ;. ,- ," . ,. ,

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.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER'28, 1813
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0 . h PEOPLE DEMAND Ii rx $ i

The Hunting Season? 1 ONE CENT POSTAGEON !Ii


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We Have the Boots for $ 50 THAT A ONE CENT


,. 'I' The National One-Cent Letter Pos-

y Red'Shoes tor Children tabe Association! is conducting an acA '
Live campaign to,secure a 1-cent rate '
of postage on letters. Many business .
I"Ci At Home
firms in various cities' are affiliatedwith
Come. and See! It'i a. pleasure to show our goods. this organiization, and ,it is to
ll be hopel! that more will join as soon
as they learn about the unreasonable
FOOT charges now being made for carriage
Du1t Co. of letters. The association has itaheadquarte'rs Yi \
FITTERS at Cleveland; 0., as the m
executive officers live tn that city
Charles Wrn. Burrow is president of '
the association, and ,George T. Mcintosh -
in addition to being secretray- i : mI
treasurer is managing the campaign. 'lecturer of 'national
.Every buaines sman should affiliate George Blackstohe Irving, a

. means himself that'with l letter this; postage organization.will be cut It I reputation and "Better-Town; Promoter" J>y profession m
.D. G If.: WoE A G ER INSURaNCE flGENCY.I in two as-soon as the battle for ccnt "
;:j .... letter postage won. "Wo have everything has written a book called "My Town, the mes- m
in our favor, and there is no I "

I Successor to Arthur E. Donegan Agency 1-cent reason rate why at we an should early date not,"secure says the a sage of which he states is, "Buy at Home. The 'y;

Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bak Building. Phone 246 secretarytreasurer.In awarded Mr. Irving
1843, letters of one-half ounce 1 Springfield [Mass.] board of trade x

General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most or York, less City, were and carried Buffalo, between a distance New of Yi a prize of $500 for the best plan submItted. for promoting xx

Reliable companies.We fewer than 500 miles, for 25 cents. studied the
Similar high rates prevailed else- i the interests of their city. He has

will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency where. The act of March 3, 1883 established -
the two-cent rate, which is subject in this country and abroad. Consequently; he I
without changeYour patronage is respectfully solicited.. still in Vogue, despite the fact that

the mous postoffice profits from department this class makes of enoe-mail. I- knows what he 'is writing about, and.the following

every year. quotations make advertisement-for the
In 1912, over 9,500,000,000 piecesof a strong
I Hi Hi W Hi Hi Hi m$ty1y1y1 Hi 1y1 m $; K* m w s w w w w w HJ first-class ,mail were carried. by the .
m postoffice department. The cost of ing-at-Home movement: BUY-I I
RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOMEAs handling. and carriage, according to
$ other interests prevent my living there, I offer (for sale my I the.department, was about $100,000000. ,- I "Every citizen of a community farmer laboring man,
The collected
Fish four and half miles Kisshnmee and revenue was sional teach and all debt to their town.
I5j place on Lake a. from equidistant $170,000,000, leaving a clear profit to man owe a heavy A1Yi
Hii from St. Cloud. the government of about .0,000,000. together too.many citizens are objects of charity from their fel1ow'Ii!
!Ii This property comprises over 2(1'acres( of good land and has A proportionate profit has been made !SiHi citizens: in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments with
for each year of the last scorer !tJ:
660 feet the lake front. Excellent fishing.
on Business of the United Statesare out giving value received."
I The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almostnew i men !yt
: being required to this ex- '
pay HiHi "A resident of a town should always patronize that business in
story and a half, 30x30 ft. Has waterin the house two wells, orbitant profit, furnishing the depart
to !Ii' (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water, good out-buildings, ment with large yearly surplus over his community the owner of which resides there in preference to
9ii barns and chicken runs. !IiIi the intended'cost of that its service.letter .It vas should never that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This prin" I

County road and A. C. L. Railroad run through south end of lot pay a profit. The policy postage of the department ciple applies to every line of business."

with station adjoining.' Telephone servicewith Kissimmee and St. as outlined by the postmastergeneral y;' "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the
,m' Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and terms i still continues to be
y; German Empire has organized crusade against American bonds
that cost of service 'rendered shall be .
given if desired. Apply to J. W.. Prentis, Box-196, Kissimmee Fla.
37tf paid breach class of users of the urging that home interests need all local capital. The general ,;
y !
mails, and and,that only cost shall be I .
!Ii iHiffiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHi! ! .! ! ! ! ,! Dt collected from any class. manager"of the International Harvester Company told the writer t, ,
At the present rate, the department iHi i that it is more difficult to introduce thcir'products in Germany '

is receiving.of over eighty-four first-class mail cents a Revenue per I than in any other nation. When a nation". acts this. way is it not significant '

.. CARSON: :FA3: : 3aLERYrrsVR : :: pound, equal to $1,680'per. ton, makIng i lesson for towns?" !Ii
; a profit of 66% First-class mail I
-,: .A. OE: : supplies under 14% of the total ton
i Yes it is
lesson for this
a significant very'community. i iYi
nage'of the .mails, yet it is requiredto .
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency pay 75% of the total revenue. It !Sfi
has been clearly demonstrated thata I ',.
. State Bank Building 1-cent letter rate will amply pay.-. . j
..,.,'J Exchange. .
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'Q\j w:.J....rf.ra. ..: .A ,jJ;: ,m.J'>"D -u.'t" :.iAVHAT EVERY MAN: KNOWS "'. "' -, \.. . ,,, :. ,,' ','..,. ,\' '" .& n : '
AvSThere.ia' a;word;;att which all true I,'f 1J'h" J\\ ,{l Y"" '. \:" :l;!' M fa1 r J /1
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"C- ." "" ", : PM' men strike for the sanctity of. mother- : . :r \" , ,, ,""
Every boy knows. its import and G. B. Poe, j RULL BASS
Special" s Prop. KiaY ,
"Tampa rises in arms at the epithetAnd I
is have it Across from A. C. L. Statiea .
it a good thing to so. I ..," J7 Fresh Meats of All
The who will not battle for the '
; son
name he bears is a,coward and a cad. . I( .
a From youth onward the male understands i H. C. STANFORD COMPANYDry !

\. virtue., the holiness of woman's !Ii Goods, Clothing cad Shoe, CLARK. &. !MElKLEJON. x

.... -- .Atlantic. Coast Line I It is an entail t, a heritage, Impregnated ifs! Furnishings and NotionsDUTTONHARRIS Real Estate 'x
in his blood. .,
. $ >
Effective November 3rd. Every man knows what it is whena' y -Jfi
woman goes.wrong. '
Every man knows the ultimate cost !ifiSfi CO. '
No..92 'Daily No. 91.1.t

12:30 P;M. Lv. TAMPA Ar. A:00P.M. man knows the shame, and !iii 106 Broadway /. COMPANYI'r, I
" " degradation of the aftermath rhere- 1
I 1:06 PLANT CITY 3:22 '
fore - '
you cannot plead age nor ignor- tfifi Hi
1:30 ". If. LAKELAND 3:02 It. ance in extenuation of your crime. / --Lj;--:;.. II
2:43 .". " KISSIMMEE I 1:48 " If you were old enough to wreck 'a Sfi' KISSIMMEE FURNITURE .
3:13. " ORLANDO 1rl9 " life you were old enough to realize LIE! ."fnrytbla: for the Home FRED M BASS '
3:55 ." ". SANFORD 12:35 " the direful consequences for the girl. ; \ J. E. Rush, coy' f'I
Even in earliest teens saw
;your you
" Hudson and Studebaker
5:52 PALATKA 10:35 A.M. approbrium heaped upon the Little 1 -Hi;- AotomebilM"
7:30 ** Ar. .. Lv. 9:00 A.M. Sisters of Sin. .!W ;
.SOLID TRAINS BOILER BUFFET CARS COACHES When you wrecked her life '.,.ou _: H..M. BREAKER// !; '" !Ii''

Stops will 1 only be made at stations shown,above. -- picture uld not of for her one punishment.instant' dismiss the. I tj'j,! J Track Farms, Orange Graves and Oily NELSON REALTY COMPANY \i
You are unclean, defiled, a cur and I!!Ii Property. ll l's B'wty =
For information and reservations call 'on No. 9 DarliDjtoa Ana. r
J. G. Kirkland, D*. P. A., Phone 132,.HUlsboro Hotel,'Tampa pla.? vV. a And sneak.yet you wear the"I badge of respectability' '! Y; j ::! i iD. ,
.J. Craig, P. T.M., Wilmington,N.C., T. C. White, G. P.A. and dare to hold your !!Sfis F. H/IAWSON ;' j I;__ .;
head high in a decent community. 1
You're a masquerader, an interloper task Store ; iiI
; C. McKAY
in honorable society. ,!SfiW 'i 1'. 10 Broadway REAL ESTATE i ,
The stain is The
on you. years I! AGENCY';
.. can't Hell must wipe exist-your it from your existence '!! ,'.. !Hi .1 -. t.

R, fnanda it.There I! . r....,., G. M. TAYLOR ,>f 7 "--9\. \- -'- ,. .. '
is mercy for her, but God : .
Seed Irish : Potatoes will never hear your prayers. ts I! ..1j)' Up-to-date Cask Grocery ,- 4 ;' HUNTER LAND CO. \ s:

; .' e *, ** conies She.through was reckless..experience Caution and it only was Ii! ._ 1.:i }Broadway. ''aia Mi.... II .. . Rest Estate ) .I

i .. too late when knowledge came to her. .. .-n n -c! ; "
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.. -Choice Selected Stock: \ > You that. you/loved her, but 1& ; IIi !I "
you lied, for men who love reverence W. B.'MAKINSON CO. ,

Improved Hose No. 4 Red'' Bliss Triumph and Where she They tonight do not degrade.' Ii' hardware, Catlety, Boat Soppfie W.'G. HANKINS ;.4; )',

'A.; million outcasts..are slinking' in Adding Mackiaes aad Typewritere ?
Irish Cobblers . Dixie J the shadows, pacing the pavements- !Ii aad Madaia. I "f
fI' painted ghosts o 'womeD -whowere," !Ii"j t --Ii.! I
;. Coed iced U essential ". lave Iks .boA f ; -nameless! things-scourged. by want !Ii .. '

,, Ideal Potato Fertilizer hell,price' is there marked among,and them I vice-*.marked joyless, iI Dry Goods, S...... and ..... Goods,Qotkiag,SLoes,Ftu1J ja.s "j

I without'a friend, beyond the barriers, 'No. 45, Cor. Mala aad Part St. S aid lie Shin'J.PRENTIS

f"I I! Ideal Potato. '. "Manure l .., .'/ I none locked. nay without retura.But the. gate through which I !.Ii, .- S.-. \ !f; ,
yotfH']ay,too. Her memory. 7
J . W. & T'S.Hastings Potato Special *, .. ; will never fae.Throughout !m .rr KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.Wholesale ,-.;: .

; : Send'for our free'book'r' '. ',-?',., '; will gnaw at your,the years heart and conscience on the !Ii . aad Beta "..- : I I"I Piaaos., Organ, Tart. Mstkises
-- day''of judgment the muter willavenge. Sowiar Mackboi .
t 1
b..21SIB .
: Yon can't /replace s-you can't :re- -- Ii .
trace-you can't erase the past. ;You .
t 'I'J ; .WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. I cannot" Plan expiate.will ,rise' ?. !Yi. ..MACH BROTHERS ..... 1i3 MUNCER LAND COBIPANY ,. :
as'you as,you may .
"1 I : 'JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t tJ I climb as;,,high,as ambition can drive tit Lhory,'Food ... Sab StaUo .' , . f 1 Oraap Caber Fla.

.1. '.r', ,-, you, puce can. never be torture your lot.awaits Yi', Hoayy HasJtef aad gillfEI1Nj. W. W. Bonoy;Rest...... Mauflwt f r ff
.: + ''A8'ent..Water.' & Carson a
Grocery t
)F yon.-when's' loot into the faces of Yi' ,

I I .. -,"... ,1 'I.* ,{!, )unworthy roar children'of and their rHpeet.-Moat !I..I I':"'!.,". '. .I'.', ,',. , .. ))' ,.
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Dining-Room LAST COOL SNAP .. m'.


; ; furniture '


,'. Now is ,the, time to pick out the necessary I .k
r y + f .
; chairs

/ Ideboard-we're, new making table, an buffet excep or FLORIDA ORANGES THE" BEST Fruit "' :

tionally fine showing of complete 'din. ,

In'ro m sets an dsingle pieces-we AVERAGE MOVEMENT LAST, -
Farming: ' Grazing
: ;'",, .
call particular attention to the reasonableness WEEK WAS OVER 180 CARS I ) .

.no 0.........66,0000 0 u. of the,price and the qua!. DAILY-FEWER, ROLLING I . : ...
I 0' 0 0 00,0 to to 0 00 00 o.t QUo. ity of the different pieces offered. THIS WEEK .tf ingTimber= '

000000000000000.000 Ot+' It will pay you anyway to look them \ ,

O 0000..00000000000., .. over for comparison before you buy. FLORIPA CITRUS 'SHIPMENTS., 'I . : "
Call today Cars moved last weekl,2SfiCars ; '' ,
I .. moved week before la$t..l,008Total LANDS ,1
WHITE SEWING MACHINES cars. moved to last Sat...3,698
IVER Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 21.-The citrus .,

JOHNSON BICYCLES ), aged fruit about movement 193 cars daily.last week This week ',' I Have Them for Sale ,in Any Size Body, ,. ''a

OLIVER TYPEWRITERS it is anticipated that the I .
will be much lighter as some : From Ten Acres to One Hundred
< large distributing firms and individual j ,
shippers have closed some of their{I
> KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. packing houses. Every year between I i Thousand Acres. '
November 15 and 22 the fruit shipped .
arrivos on. the market too late for t
A Letter Addressed Me Will
= the Thanksgiving trade and too early I to Bring a ry o
for the holiday-demand BO the shippers '

.. 1111111 til I IIIIIII I II I I III IIIIMI to prevent a glut, have shut 't" :. Full Description and Terms of'. Sale.
down on the movement until December "
c. A. CARSON ,J. A. CUANFORD. .. L MJPFER 1, when heavy will I .' ''tt
P.-Id.nt. v.....P. id.... -,8ewur. j forward. to supply tht'h.i'stmastrade. ;; .

The cool weather throughout the 1 D. McKAY -
entire state has put citrus fruit i in' ,
KISSIMMEE' LUMBER CO. excellent condition. The fruit la well .' .
colored and sweet' and the qualitynow I. '
moving, is better than hereto '
fore. From some rnarkCV it has been ,KISSIMMEE, ., FLORIDA ..
reported that the fuiit I(following de- ,
'4t Rough) and Dressed.. cay. This Is nod SfjUcaused by 'a .4p
the weather conditiol n I he first ofthe xr.
month' as Florida has experiencedsome .;
: warm damp weather immediately -, keeps one expecting something great. .
PINE LUMBER after rainfall. er next time."Florida I
/ Both grapefruit and oranges showa has never learned the A.
little decline in prices but the'mar- B. C. of successful advertising. It :
ket is active and in good demand and does not know how to get its wares THE H. G. SIEVER :
at reasonable prices. A large, quan. into the hands of ,those who have i 4i$ .
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY tity of fruit will go. into consumption been prejudiced against them by com
very fast, in the next few weeks.' petitors."What. REALTY COMPANY :
I" The cool, snap of November JOth, this state needs is to organ- '
which caused acme damage to tender ize for the one purpose of putting 10 NOT. IN 'THE, TRUST ':
. . , IIIHII iniiinii MI 11 ii , ,, , vegetables, was an excellent thing for Florida fruits and facts in the handsof '
.- - --- .. . citrus fruit as this kind of weatherwas those who have not seen them. 10,000 acre Stock Farm a bargala if Ultra. at eau, ,;
just what was needed to put the "We need to get,right into the very $5.00 per acre. -:. -t-: -:- .:- -:- -: ; ,
C. A. CARSON, President / n. C. BRYAN secretary.The finishing touches on all fruit so thatit state of California, as it comes into Prairie Land, Oraage Grove, HiP Hammeck Lands, Timber Laad '
would be in excellent shapo for Florida with our fruit. We must do '
the Thanksglvlng'trade. it, and we can do it. Lands at AD Price and. .. Easy Tern: ,' '
Watersf& Carson As anticipated, owing to the,heavy "Florida fruit shipped into California 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, will exchange half,,vane ,
crop of oranges, the fruit is runningto is burned.: California fruit we other . ,
for real estate -:- -:- : -:- -sOrange' .
small sizes. The smaller sizes of '
allow to be shipped in car load lots
fruit are always 1 in good demand on for advertising purposes, to be sold in .
the southern markets and up to theE our markets, under our very noses. Groves all'sizes'' and prices. '
Grocery CompanyWholesale resent time the movement to jiear- "The way those fellows out there rr
E y markets has been heavier than talk is a caution. Florida in its palm .KISSI MEE FLORIDA I
last, season. The Packer. iest days of Everglade exploitation, tlkt
and Retail Dealer In I before either state or federal govern- II '
ment required a ,man to be careful
GROCERIES A A-TRIEDAND what he spoke, never dreamed of the ..
heights of hyperbole and exaggeration -: 1
PROVED GUARANTEE to say nothing of downright right place. There are some persona you can get such per80n to reasonon
carelessness in handling the .truth, who are lively and cheerful, and good the subject they;:will acknowledge u" 1,
when speaking of their climate, their natured, kind and forbearing in a that there is some "want" at the bottom -, ;+ 4
4 ... soil and their state of poverty which lean supon the of it--the want of a better house, +
.. ..+ 0 oranges.
00000000000004 00.0 .+ : '
/ ; Man Bought a Bottle of Dodaon's Liver toil of today for tonight's supper and a finer dress or more handsome equipage 'L1
4 0 + 1 I Tone, Then'Took it Back and DOES BRING ? the morning's breakfast. Such a die a more dutiful child, a'more f
A WE SELL: 0 '0. W.E. BUYS Asked for His Money The great aim of the mass of man' position would exhibit the same loving. provident husband, a more cleanly 'or ;u
/0. HAY, M 0o HIDES, 0 And Got It. kind is to get enough money aheadto qualities in a palace or on a throne. sympathetic or domestic wife.-Ex. t' a
c' make him "comfortable", and yeta Every day we meet persons, who,
GRAIN, o moment's reflection will convince us in their .families are cross and ill-na : '
small "what
; said the
FURS, "F.ather boy,
.. ,,:...:.."..... ,- ", '. A man recently tried out the guar- that money ;will never purchase com- tured, dissatisfied, finding fault with F' '"
: FERTILIZERS, : ". J' '. ,,', s, ,4 antee which the Kissimmee Drug Co. fort, only the means of it., A man everybody and everything whose first 1 II a lobbyist; 0 X
w rrtq 4 : ', ,'.. gives with:every bottle of Dodson'sLver1Ton may be comfortable without a dollar. greeting, in the breakfast room ,is a ,"A lobbyist, my son, is a man who , <;, '(, ; '
0 SItINCLESO + :1" 0 : \ ), lie bought'' a bottle and We are not guessing at this bue know complaint, whose conversation seldom i II so afraid there'll be a mistaken' ,fII.
,. ., ,. then;went back to the drug store and from actual experience. But to be fails to end in an enumeration of dif. made in legislation that he i* willing ;; \\ ri rito
'o ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND , said the medicine hadn't helped him.., ", so,' one must have the right disposi-j ficulties .and 4 hardships,' whose, last I spend large sums of money to pre,i 'ij\
e c > ,;, ,,, , ,. *." The druggist just reached into his tion, that is a heart.and head in the word at night is an angry growl. III vent it."-Washington Star. i Ii"J., "
ORANGE WRAPS, cash register and took out a half dol. .
+ ', lar, the price.of the bottle of Liver ,
0 VEGETABLE CRATES, .. CQUNTRY' Tone, and handed it back to the gen ',
0 0 tleman. But |he didn't take the money.
CRATE NAILS PRODUCE. lie owned up that he was just tryingthe
0 C guarantee, and as a matterof
0000400000000004 ********* ***.***** fact, he had found Dodson's Liver :' :

... Tone the best remedy for constipation
r .. and biliousness he had ever tned. '
w. ..lIlield and carden seeds all hulL he said, wife wouldn't be' '
and camping parti.r. "Why, "my "t '
-. giro special' attention to fitting out hunting without a bottle in the house for ,iw F,
: .. delivery iq city Illaltl. Phone No. 12. Aak ua /r dreuUr. sad thing. It's the best thing in the word GOOD HARDWARE i:,::> : : ;
.IW.. ar.'county atenu for .fertillzerL for the whole family, and the medicine :-;.
,prices on fertilisers. that I prefer to take or give to "[l"l r. " :
children for lazy liver." '
t -- ----- my The Kissimmee a Drug Co. sells Dod- .,: " .' : ;: '

son's Liver Tone and guarantees to FOR THAT HOME : ,.
start the liver without violence. It ',? ti,!,,'; ;L" : :. i4
is taking the place of calomel every- .;..
where. If you buy a bottle and don't .. .
i OR4NGE GROVE find this pleasant-tasting vegetable 7. ,
liquid the best, thing to start a lazy ,. ',.'' !
liver, he will hand your money back \ :
with a smile. Adv.-49-1t "

FOR SALE .\ ';,
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road about one mil .. ':
, 30 acrel of land well located on
fa cultivation,
land, mostly .
1 limits nearly aU good range ,
from city well, chicken houle, \
house, good "
fenced and cross fenced, 4 room besld s about 100 young j SAYS WINTER HAVEN MAN JUST ':

ltablel and five acres good bearing grove who sale It must BACK FROM WESTERN but small ,item in the J' !
trees. This property Is owned by a non-resident' i COAST. The hardware is ,a ,,'', .', ,
4. years, or can
be sold. There Is a mortgage all at on any the time land, making running terms desirable, whole: cost of a building, but there's a whole : i
be byintallmentl, or "Florida( has to
paid aU about absolutely nothing
to you
anti the\price 1a an attractive one, we 'want the exact facta they fear from California in any respect,", lot of difference between buying the best .
this If interested, and will give you said Henry A. Marks of Winter Ha* ,
place ven, a grower of citrus fruits in this builders' hardware for home and some .
really exist. :, '. -C state for 'more than forty ,years, today your ?
FARM AND GROVE. ; on his return from a lour months' kind. '
t, Ry'Junction' quarter:mile to stay in California, where he has madea cheaper .
S 278'ac're about a mile from within half mUe of fivebr special' "under-the-surface" studyof ,"
cAurch. and 200 Places *"" scbool from house a splendid town.special l price the citrus growing and marketing The difference in cost between good: and bad '
2 miles bearing grove, and facilities of that state; say the Jack- '
to ?Jfe& ,with pod terml. Two acres sonville Metropolis. locks, for instance, is very small, but there's ;;.

1 acres young trees. "In comparison with' Florida, their great difference satisfaction. Cheap , :, i
PROPOSITION.. climate i* a joke, their orchards hardly a ," '
STILL ANOTHER land fenced, iront- worth the name, their method. of goods are a continual source ,of worry and "
bottom grazing culture primeval and'their
Ing en About lake,600 about acreexcellent 100. acres of abe, bong*at bargain orange price land and and fruit a travesty"on, the name' 'orange'average annoyance, and it will, pay you when figuring '. -
located !a good .' It district will pay, can anyone desiring some good farm- as Their known long in suit is advertising.They on that home, to come here and get the .'. : .. i

on favorable terml. land to inveltleate tbla.. are adepts and pastmasters, In furnish the '
fruit We ,
lag, grazing and citrus the art of'gettine before'the world best. are prepared ;, ', ,
STILL LARGER. the roseate tide of everything' pertaining very best in builders!, hardware at prices' :' ::\ : *," ,.
beautiful lake. land 'to California, and in making : ,,
gracing land fronting o4 that will find satisfactory. : ii1: :-:'. '
8600 acres good line, melees you eat a California you. : ,,
fenced hog.tight,, right on steamboat here nor Place too orangeithatwyou are, sipping from : c
less than actWJ value, and make terms to w lots of AtttprWe golden chalice the nectar of the gods. ; -
cave baTe.anything beef eanyInnaW&7 required of grove, farm and., trucking- 'or' city pays,"It' advertising. For instance of a',' kind when that the : OSCEOLA: : CO... : ,

Correspondence 8OUdted. Shriners meet in Atlanta, next May, -
propel't7., the California orange men'will have KISSIMMEE "The favorite: Store" FLORIDA '
-- of their fruit there for I 1
two solid can 4 I '
'c ':
gratuitous distribution advertise. .' , ,I.' ..
will have. car load pf wine, ; '
a "
They '
NELSON '. free -waters of the .... They ., "
flood n inadvance '
Bw1cca are the country -. .
Baclcof,State with .literature 'and publicity that .
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LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY II Narcoossee--..JIAn has Mr.Park just,W.avenue gathered T. Wilson and and 4th, 'our sold street po from postmaster five II_Cobb's Mainland I] Broacfcittsr D,' 'Physician. Surgeon and

Phones ,
grapefruit trees planted on one town '
AT LAWSPECIALIZING excursion composed of lot in six Office, 107 Kissimmee
party Apopka some or seven years AsthmaBirch "
Aa Rex is
-:. Mr. and Mrs. J. M; Wright and son,, ago, $101.20 worth of fruit this year, and View about to 'visit your city gee 248 Florida ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Muhr and R W. and,yet some people will tell you that the doings of the last three
IN Baker of St. Cloud, spent the day there 1 I. no money in planting trees on months, which is the time since his last '
Bight-seeing here'' Saturday town lots. visit, will make this article a brief one. Mountain Herb Tea J. W, SIMPSON&KNTIST. ,
ABSTRACT We may take a sly peep at the court [DJt.
Mrs. II. E. Page made a shopping The outlook for a large watermeloncrop .
trip to St. Cloud Saturday.F. next spring for Apopka still looks while there, but our principle:i 'busi Has no Equal Nothing ,
AND v' ness will be to see people from dif
W. Bruns returned to good, although there are some few who
Cincinnati Thursday. Mr. Bruns are trying to "throw cold water" on ferent parts of the county, which iso Just as Good. UpBlairn, in Kats Building.
TITLE WORK expects to build on his ten acres. the proposition. lation on the headland has preventedhim I l v a. m. to 12 0.
">rFicm .
from doing 1 J 1:530 to &:30m.)
Kenneth Tyson, who is employed at There are two things that Apopka I
STATE BANK' ....OG. Shingle, Creek, spent the week end, needs ,badly, and dne is a saw mill The, Patriarch;;his aid de camp, Will Better than any x b made med TVlr>l>hoo N'. I*, JUD, g. iTf.

with his cousin, Enock Tyson. I that will saw custom logs and keep a' Hall accompanied by.the,_boys;) proceeded cines., It is purer and guaranteed__ ,
000000000000000000TiiE Mr. and Mrs. C. C." McQuald H. .supply of building lumber on hand} to,the field on Friday to hitch more effective than anything J'JR. WTW.; :CAKSOtf -+. .
Vars and R. W. Baker of St. Cloud, the other is a novelty works to turn the Smith mare to Kate the home animal ,
q -- - drove through our town' Sunday and out finished material fqr all kinds of and plow up a piece of rather'rough known to the medical profession. DENTISt '

..oooo..oooo.oo..o oooo. while here called dn Mr.- and Mrs. D. building purpose,. If we could secure I ground. It was not an evenly Made'at borne in'' five' minutes- -

E. Proper ;4 some one with capital and energy I matched pair, but they worked very even by a child. Purely vegetable Office over Cole's Jewelry Store

Mr. and Mrs. John Tyson of Ash enough to take hold of these two propositions well together. After this had been aDd contains: no alcohol, narcoticsor Office flours: 8-12. 1-6
ton, 'spent the week end with' Mrs. we. would then see Apopka 11 going on for an hour or two they decided I I 'poison. If are, a sufferer Office phone 1&8
ManhattanHotel Tyson parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert grow like a summer weed. Tho thing i to ,give their steers a chance to you a Residence" '23
-Evans., I that has for some time hindered the do likewise. The little fellows triedto form Asthma extraction of teeth
A hunting party composed of 'M. D. growth of Apopka is not being able I go all over the, field, and didn't appear Bronchitis: or intact administered.

Tindall, C. W. Bruns, Wm. Montsdoca to secure material. without consider-;I II to like the work at all.i 1 John had. any throat, .
and L..G. Tindall went down near Hop 'able trouble and those a rope ,around, the horns of one and S. GEIGER
enterprises DRI1.
Attention to I II stomach
Special kins' ranch and returned Saturday would overcome the difficulty. Racie the other, but first John would f, long I'.VSICIANAND ..VRO.o.Cltlzens'Bank .
the Traveling Public night with four-deer besides turkeys, 1 The citizens of Apopka met at the I have them all 'on his side and next kidney or bladder Building -

m, j, __1..,_., f-, -.. quail and squirrels. Mr. Bruns says city hall last Friday ,night and pro- Kacie 'would be in the same condition, troubleget Kissimmee, Florida '
Just across the square from Moses Tindll is a peach. I lceed<*d to organize a fire department. I Ij and they were at last compelled to I r yourself f a can
A. C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE Katherine Goff of St. Cloud spenttbe j Mr. G. Harod was elected chief and I.:' put the horses back to finish the work. of' Birch Mountain ; Phones:,Offlee'297 or 64

; FLA. ... week end visiting friends here._ 1. Turner assistant chief, and J. F. Mr., Ed Fuell gives the cattle very ,.-- Herb Tea Residence, 265. l-lyf'.
The Baptist people here enjoyed an Briggs! secretary and treasurer,' with little time to rest, while his. sons,'I R
open air service on the lawn, of the ;,the following :volunteer ,firemen: W. George, John, etc., keep the pole cats,I at once and if
home of D. E. Praper. Services were R. McLeod, A. J..,. Walker, F. S. With- wild. cats and coons on the trail. The .-.- a you will starttoI'taking 1.I\M.:RIVEUP, M. D.
conducted by B. H. Guy of Whittier.A :erlnjtton, 'Mayre Jackson,.Billy With- company went on a hunt Friday night I it will ,
o o HOH grounds of the Carr place on Thanks-, Lonnie Home, W. G. Talton, Lotie each. I i.I to feel as if life was worth living OsceOl I Pharmacy
M. TILLER giving., Everybody .come andLave a Love, Edward Holmes,Joe Wynn D. Captain Johnson continues his trips and in a very short time you willi Office over

good social time with everybody I|j W. Clark John Coker, Dabney Jackson ,up and down the river, but the gen- i see a wonderful change in your IIONI':8.:. { residence- 63omcel4

Real Estate, Agency. A, T. Meeker Monday made a business,.tripto'Kissi'mmee 1{. ington., M\ T; ,Anderson-i' ,, Harry Wither eral heavy opinion rains ,appears appear'to to assist be that'unless naviga-I I 1 condition. It is just as effective in ,dl J['

................................ The Narcoossee Lumber-Co is erect ,i Itev.. and Mrs Howard Van Dirk, tion that' he will have -to discontinuesaid severe cases of. Catarrh.'La Colds Grippe f
several for sale to'thcir trips.! During previous years the I Whooping Cough Coughs
ing cottages late of Wu-hu. China,,are the guestsof '
Realty bought and sold. employed, 'I Mrs Van Dirk's parents. Mr.' and river has been rendered unnavigable I I,and Night-Sweats.: Our guaranteegoes I '] 'L. WINN ,

Houses rented. Robert Montsdoca and Enock Tyson Mrs. II. Hotz, near town. They have by dry weather, but this, year the with every can,and if'it does I -PHYSICIANOffice
drove to Kissimmee oaa pleasure, been 11'China missionaries for the drought has not seriously affected will
as benefit
Taxes paid and Titles verIfied not you,your druggist
navigation., 'The
trouble Building.
to 2nd Floor Willson
trip eight and
past now taking a
years { I refund .
for non-residents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denig of Plant I rest and visiting relatives'' in the be at the mouth of the canals. you your money RicilinRNC. PHONE JWOrricK KiBsmim.r. ..
Fire Life and Accident In- City are spending a two weeks' va- States. Rev. Van Dirk will preach at The enormous quantity of fish for BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., ProNC Vi "'AlIUD4

,, surance. cation with Mr. Uenig's parents here. j the Methodist church here on Sunday, warded to your city from, .the lakes 'Buffalo N. Y.., U.S.A.
and river indicate
Indemnity Bonds.S.H.BUfOCK. the 30th Inst., both morning and even- success. Tw.enty-: .A. TANS AGNEW w. a.cajkwroai _
: I I"
fiveand Culm-
ing. The many friends will be delighted thirty thousand pourfds at a Sold by Kissimmee Drug Co.

I to welcome these people back load, and the boats go up about every meet "Ion':.. ." VANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORDATICRNEYSATLAW
II Apopka Items II IITh again from the day.The I "I
I Orient."ARGUS" weather has been quite dry for .- --
the season which has spmewhat ]lessened
the tomato crop. A number of Offlra .-< IUE Cltlieni Rank lnll+.wlar l
1)rst) day of the open 'season j GIVE "SYBUP or,rias" crates have! been picked, but not yet Kissimmee Florida.
for hunting was taken advantage of sent to'market. Those used ,the J
!by a number of our townspeople and j table were well flavored, and some of Citrus andOrnamental ..
REAL ESTATE Mr. H. II. Witherington proved the them large. '
... lucky hunter, as succeeded in kill- very Trees H.D.: GEIGER
NNNNN\\a\\\\\\. IDillelous' "Fruit Laxative" can't harm Our Democratic rooster and his nu-
handsome buck deer. Thisis
ing very tender little Stomach, liver merous wives are 'till in trouble about'
INSURANCEExamination the only one that has been reported j and bowels.Look their tadpole and minnow supply. The = ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
killed here thus far this
1 egg-producing capacity of his harem ,
of titles "' Rev. T. M. Byars preached at JZell- 'I, dwellers has' been 'very light of late, Hedge, Shrubs and Flowers Office State Hank Building
a wood last Sunday morning. tp a very i iI I at' the tongue, mother! Ii supposedly due to the lack of the usual, Kissimmee. Florida
I appreciative audience.\ .coated your little one's stomach, liver rations on the place.
and bowels need cleansing at Twenty-five dallars expended on '
Specialty. Born; last Monday, to the wife of once. It rained Saturday and there has "'
Mr. I. I, Turner, our ,popular barber, : When peevish, cross, listless doesJt"tsleep. been rain enough during the fall to ornamental trees and shrubs will Q.EO. F. PARKI '

Corresoondence: Solicited. a fine baby girl; mother and babe ; ,stomach eat or act sour naturally breath or bad is ;fever.lab has keep th* plants from dying, but not enhance' the value of a small lot .

both doing nicely.. I sore throat. diarrhea, full of cold givea I sufficient to cause them to bear fully, one hundred dollars in the spaceof Altorney-at-Law.
The mass convention held last week' teaspoonful "California Syrup of j i Mrs. Seaver's continued flood health twelve months. Come, let us Collections and ConveyancingSpecialties '
at the city hall for the of: is relief her. '''The
to old
purpose all a great lady '
Figs and in a few hours the foul, j consult ,
i together-help beautify our .
nominating candidates for municipal : food j is not able to be about, and were it
c. W. GRIFFIN offices was largely attended and a I constipated and sour bile waste gently moves out of Its | not for the tender. are bestowed upon city and add to our property values. 1 11 1 Broadway. y '.

most harmonious meeting ,resulted. I little bowels> without griping and youhave i i her by,her daughter, ,she would fare .
The following citizens were nominated -I poorly. H. Edmund
Swabey Agt
child again. Ask
a well playful i '
F. KR11JBS it.
for the various offices to be filled at
I /JJ.
Staple and Fancy your druggist for a 60-cent bottle of Business of importance requiring .
the election on December 9s: Two aldermen in Rex Residence 9 Orlando Ave.P. J' 7
which our
"California Syrup of Figs, con- presence your city accompanied ATTORNEY AT LAw KISSIMMKE FLA.
A. C. Starbird and W. S. El- talus full directions'"for' babies; children with the Patriarch, concludedon O. B. 625 ----- .
h GROCERIES dredge; city clerk, Frank S. Witherby; of all ages and for. Sunday last to strikeout for your Examination of Titles a Special '! .
marshal G. Harod for grownups.Adv. I
city ;
: city. Dry weather having so ob- I ,
well Notification and of taxes of
W. R. McLeod.: Everyone'seem. structed navigation that' traveling by .
'v satisfied with the result of the con- non-residents given careful
I water was somewhat inconvenient, --------- -
vention and the ticket will all be,: the,Joe Smith mare was hitched to attention.
Free Delivery to an Partsof elected without opposition. the buggy, and we made an overland J. \Thompson Johnston

the Wty Mr. Ollie McGee has had quite a.1. II Orange r II trip. It is called 'about 30 miles by G. P. Garret
lot of made his residence \ '' "
improvements on
this route. At a little after 10 o'clock FUNERAL'DlRE'CTOR' ''4'' jrOHNSTON & GARRETT
here recently which, makes an a. m, we reached the residence, of Mr k j Allorneji at Low'+
ideal home '' ,'': , 1 ",- : ' :,"! Otncesuk s
i' '
... now 'i" "' ."" {. ,! ; " I. M. Lanier, and found ,that i gentleman j
-. ", The American Realty Co. sold last Mr.; Gazette: ', ,', (1-: : t i : on the front porch 'readingthe andLICENSED 10 11i&112. :; ,

What" irihe di.erenee'behreen aheep week to Mrs. Raulerson the- Soaper A smile removes obstacles, over- Valley Gazette. Important questions Citlz'eneBankBldg.,. 'p:
in .pasture and in oar shop place opposite the high school on 4th comes objections, inspires, faith and connected with the social and politi- EMBALMER Kissimmee, Florida. .
A street. Mrs. Raulerson' will rent the paves the way for business! That is cal ,situation in the county were dis- .

property for the present but expectsto a. self-evident truth. cussed, and we agreed on the neces- .
improve it later or) and will then gathering of our people last Sat- sity for the selection of an able man Louise MU8I1Y i : T. riCTON "*IL W
OiunMl for
perhaps move up town. urday ,called together more by gen to represent us in the next legislature.Miss Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. Florida K. K. l""".1ft. Criminal Judge of CourtMASSEY the l
Mrs. returned last Mon- eral assent than by individual
Hopkins filled Lou joined'ua and the Tom Wat- &
day from the North to spend another effort, with baskets with good son mooted The Lady's argumentswere KTB8IMMEE. FLORIDA. WARLOWATTORNEYS
winter in Apopka and is now comfortably things to eat,' provided the smile. Rain unanswerable, and we were com- ,
in her home fell during the noon-day meal but it AND COUNSEU.OSAT
quartered on pelled to confess that her patriotic ..
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Central failed to wash.away the faintest smileon ; e
avenue. ,ardor far in advance of
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell of Miami the roughest face. A call was was (anything +++++++t++++++++++ +++... Pectin In all'tb. Court of the Rut .
at our command. Then we were fur- th. United Sta tM. ah0" th Florid R.Sroad
arrived last Monday and have securea { made for volunteer work on our cemetery nished with just such a dinner that CpcnmU.lo.. and the InUnUU* C miMm-
r winter home with Mrs. Hopkins on and a collection made for pur- but few can equal and none need sur- I THE i, _
Central avenue. :chasing r fencing. Funds were subscribed and : GRAYS -," CHABLBRTON BLDO. ORLANDO. FLA
pass, went on our way rejoicing..
and Nov. 6 named as,the day. *; Ul"
E. E. White, who has,been employed Arriving at your city, we found a va ,
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-in making a survey in Orlando for when another dinner will be provided cant room in our old lodging place
the past week or so, spent Saturday, by our ladies, and the men will clear (The Inn) and Mrs. Barnett kindly "on All: rte YUR ANDRE JOHNSON
.r wa out the and fence it, and t :I:
and Sundaywith his family here, but I cemetery loaned us a number of magazines and _
,: and, ATTORNEY
} ntitomn. AND COUNSELLOR ,
Clear! the road to the AT Hw
+ returned to Orlando morning gates.
while bile
for sale
we were soon busy reading we 1. from $200 to i
to resume his work. At the same gathering, our men decided rested from our trip. + 12.000. at Urayitone O a Will Practice in all Courts' j
Just the name! Work has been delayed several dayson I' to plant a large acreage of) The people that live in Kissimmeeand I. Sc BHiaar. State and Federal.

; the new hotel pending the arrivalof : watermelons this coming spring. Each are constantly on the watch fail ;t; N. W. rHURHIN. ,hap A.D. ",lInl. MI'i i :Ofiico adjoining Broadway

a car load of lumber,but now that 1 man pledged himself to a certain to properly appreciate the city's rapid +++++++++t++++++++++++4 tF+ CitIzen. Bank Ki'.lIomee'
the long looked for car has arrived,I amount; the total aggregating about growth' flex has been absent since ,
work will be pushed as rapidly as I 60'acres.. v the 12th of August;/and what he saw, KING i
Its possible to completion. W. W,'Bonney was'electett ,chairman MURRY S.
"Sheep" on the far surpassed all he had heard. Ap.
range The ladies of the Civic League have of the,cemetery association, and E. J. proaching-Klssiininee on .a road that C. F. ThrasherSHEET ARCHITECT '
And the under consideration the idea of erect- Keen, secretary'and treasurer. These

on ,hill tops, he had been accustomed to travel in Orlando, FlorWa.
Ing a *w. city hall a$ an early'date. I gentlemen were, given full power to the past, it looked as. if a new city METAL WORKER Room 16 '
"Sheep" in "
the pastures Mr. Frank E., Zepp is, arranging' theplans. purchase had been built, and the neat dwellingsand
Steel Watkins
'- Rev Branscom'' of Shingle' Creek Ceilings a Specialty. Block
But here < ,1 fine gardens, and truck patcheslaid 404ap
it'MuUont0ps'i B.: F. Hawthorne has charge of the< who has land, in section 28, returned off in a style that was quite pieturesque. -
packing house here and is quite busy from an extended 'visit to his old northern : After viewing'' the city in P., O. Box 606 Cissimmse, Fla,

If you should these days receiving and shipping home last week., ; its grand adornment of electric lights, H. JENKINS
call for "Sheep oranges. Mr. Hawthorne has had ,A deer hunt on Shinble] Creek Island : we divided the balance of the night Tju

Chops" we ,would( be quite an experience in handling citrus on the 25th netted nothing..Boys, you I between intervals of reading, witmgand
apt to For all Purposes of Sanitation SURVEYOR
; 'and
fruits and enjoys the work. will have to go in the other, direction.A' I sleeping.. '
,*aile. Ask.for: Mutton Chops Mrs. C. B. Partin has. been laid'up house warming; at the new homeof Monday :found v us on the pad, and we Cleanliness .UseCARBOJLA ,
; with a severe cold during the past Will Ivey Tuesday'' night was attended visited of the
will stores some people Fraternity Hall
find KlisimnaM
YOU them nice for a week, but has 'about recovered again by everybody that was able to and the court house. FI&
now. get there.,'was a surpriseto "
Rex had heard so much about coun-
ddiane, Samuel Stewart, Jr.,received quitea I ,Will and his wife, they succeededin ty and-state extravagance that he began ,
painful Injury to his thumb last making everybody feel welcome and- tocount his little pile before'entering -i COCC OOOO OOtOOOtooOOOO...
= week while working at the crate factory glad they went.' ' the tax collectors office to see< w / the thumb nail being entirely J. B.' Long'' was a business visitorto if he had enough to pay* what he sup A Liquid ,Disinfectant' Deodorizer, Dann & Dann<'-

mashed off by the heading machine. Kissimmee Tuesday: this week.: posed would naturally be the increased Germicide, Antieeptlc, 'Insect-! '
f RUILBASS MARKET Mr. u* P. Banner,' of Tennessee tax, and when he found out' that tide and Cleanser.
spent a week here looking over real TRADE : said taxes were 83 cents less than Grocery Company

I ORDIA BASS. Manager estate with a view to locating. He WE WANT... YOUR : theyear before he thought perhaps 1 Gallon ----.__.-__.._,-.___ 1.50

;je expressed ed with himself as being well pleas. there''was' some mistake, but .as the '6 Gallons ..,_....*___._.._._. 6.25 -101, Broadway-
what he saw We" ave opened .a' new grocery joke"was on his side he did just what
Mr. Alfred Henderson 'and family I store at Hunterland, Osceola county, the rest 'would have. done-said not! ALBERT E. BARRS
'' arrived week from Minneapolis, Minn.,.last on the- proposed line 'of t.the Kissimmee much"about 'it. Jacksonville ,- . Florida Operates: the Cleanest Store*I
0000000000 00pjg ...++.. Henderson to make has their home here. Mr Valley Railroad, and would like On visiting. the' clerk's office he and Sells the Freshest Groceries '
purchased a home near Our found that staunch and efficient I
your patronage. goods are new. assistant -
town and begun to improve It. We and up-to-date, and also prices rightCome Mr, Johnston, is charge. He Any House in Kusimmee..
are glad ,to -
$ this estimable and and John. L. are certafly'a team' that -
FlemingCLEANING family into S our midst We are also agents for the., Hunter- wiH and are'doing'all.'in'their powerfor' EXPERT' PIANO ... .oooo.. o..oo.ooi.o. ,
soMrs.Jack S?' > Cunningham and"little
land Townsite. the' good and welfare of Osceola
.. .took in the ,
last week.' Orlando circus Address, county; '" , - -
W. R. WILHITE A; CO., An effort should be made tobring
Dorle .
.v PRESSING w'bW lived In ,,''of thirty Tenn., 49-lt Bassenger P;.'P.; Fla.' toward' a'candidate for the' approach ..' R.. F. PARKERS r. '
Apopka years ago, ng";primary' "Who will do all
; his : ,
has "
.S DYEING and rreegain hih healths Although more Miss. Prim "Allow a horrid' man to power'to repeal' the'present_drainage Special 'attention to all makes of THE .
;, REPAIRING kiss me-neverl"! : aw.:'' Rex is 'not.the onlyonq in the nstrumentstCharge 1kI'tOR
: elapsed thaq a since quarter of a ,centuryl half Miss'Peach-"Neither would If but count1'advocatin rJthi. move. Those for tuning $3.00, for next
/rordtet house Mr.'Dorrfs left here/'be- thank goodness, there Isn't one amongall with."whom he'has 'conversed are 30 day .

rtl, ".Tf4 fn be frlJed my ior and "'.d'elO&be.J.our was, old readily residents recognized who knew by him some of my male ''Acquaintance.Boston- unaill Ip1ouBlii' *,their'..condemnation of :Out of mown orders solicited. 11 Darl wtfoD'Ay..- ,
hors the "
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pie who wish could be let alone* : 197

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a ADVERTISE YOURWANTS- .o OOOOOOtoooooooo ooooooDo and niake all necessary improvements,
although it will not afford the large
yeu want.. fine' business profits which have been hitherto devoted -
building? to the maintenance of other departments xcH thieF L i

of the city. Besides legal i iI
Do :you want a' seIecF cTty opinion' has been given'that the trans-

residence fer of money from'the lighting and' ..... .
I k water funds to other city funds is'1 I :

Do you want 'a neat cheap violative of the "charter. I hLDf1t12eVALUE I'J'
The people up there say they prefer
cottage? having ,their- rate reduced to rolling ,, ": Ir

Do you want,a choice farm up handsome profits from their plants ",

t FOR for : ..
RENT electric
LOST OR Do you want a cheap vacant That current,at four cents

FOUND THESE COLUMNS lot? .. turners stood is remarkably from pay the ten cheap fact cents that may per Tampa be kilowatt undar-con-.' : :vrk? BANK ; -I T 1

X "Do want
you an orange grove'Do
hour, or more.than double the rate

4 > :you! want a lo or'20-aere proposed at Jacksonville and which < COUNT I y
the will the Jack-
experts say. provide
Advertising under this head costa 5 cents tract? sonville plant with ample revenue for

per line ,each insertion, minimum 2.5 cent\ Do you want a 6-room house, operation additions,and maintenance improvements.and reasonable If the '

fix words line. I> '60 It;; 'lot and 20 acres orange estimate of cost of production a little 'tltrtstttt.a .
making an average .
,land' over one cent per' kilowatt dour; is ,
correct, it will also be seen that.'the '
children the value .
Classified minds of
Advertisements the
not having name Jacksonville plant can easily make'!! you imprest! upon your .

signed thereto and those from out of town I> Ask: Mrs. Summers good on a four cent rate and that, atI I' IF of money, and Inculcate into their young' lives theu "
COS Penfleld. near Clyde. a ten cent rate, a plant ought to reapa
must be accompanied by the cask I> (Clyde the 2nd Ave. W. of magnificent profit.-Tampa .Tribune. I habit of saving their pennies, you will have taken the ,

court house leading south) 10 CENT "CASCABETS" I first important step toward making thrifty; independent,. "

LASS lED' slamr MISCELLANEOUS.GET OOOOtoooooo.oooo ooooooooo IF.BILIOUS OR COSTIVE and' successful. .men and'. women' of them. k

READY for Christmas by havIng ,
[ADVERTISING Jour,photographs made at Wil- For sIck Headache. Sour Stomach, t ( .
der's studio. 49-2t CEASE PATRONIZINGMAIL .Sluggish Liver and Bowel*-They ,
work while you .IMp.( ". ..
five Cents Per Line BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES are to ORDER HOUSES The Way To Do It Is To Start ,I '
be found in these columns almostevery I .
/; adi (Insertion/. Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indication '
issue. Watch them .. .
week. every Sallow Skin and lUsjerable Headaches ; ,; ,' A: Bank=,Account, for: Themv}; ., '
come from a torpid liver and ': ' '1,
II II' FOR SALE.R LIST your, ,property for sale, with clogged bowels, which cause your ;btr- T ,,4.OW.--TJerJI.A "'I"C., 4 ,'1 s sY
stomach' to become filled with undigested
> SALE-B y saddle horse.. Ap- Nelson Realty Co. 26-tf AS GOOD TO THE TOWN. food",whleb sours and ferment \i" \ II\rf\ {': I"I.I. I

t /My' U E. G. Vans Agnew 22tt like garbage. In a swill barrel' That ::' +
LOST-Ads placed in the Valley Gazette
the).first step to, untold .misery-Indigestion t.
i [ FORi SALE-Motor ,boat, 80x8Yi. 15 have.found more- artie1ea.for foul gases,' bad breath yellow
the owner than other one kind Sears, Roebuck &; Co., the Chicago
in'draft, 12 h. p. engine; at a bar akin. mental fears. everything that la "
of publicity. Five cents per line. mall order people, have a scheme By .
gain., See Saunders at this office., tf which they send out' periodical letters horrible and nauseating. A Caacaret, '" BAN-K OF '
WANTED-Position' as bookkeeperby to jxiople who once dealt with to-night will give your constipated .. STATE1 -,'

[ FOR SALE-Cook stove piped for hot Massey Business College graduate them, but whose orders have, ceasedto i bowels a thorough -cleansing and, ,
straighten you out by morning. They;
married. References furnish- come in. One of these letters
water, almost new, very,cheap; also ed. Address 0. McD. 619 W, Mon- reached a physician in a Western work while yon sleep- lucent box: K1SSIM'M'.EESurpIu1130,000.00

few other household articles. Apply :roe St., Jacksonville, Fla. 47-4p town whose reply, published below, from your druggist will keep you feeling .

Box 395. cs.2t: is worth reading: good for months.- .. *

GRAPE ,FRUIT trees 25 cents. Seedlings "Your letter of recent date,asking -Adv. ,,'..: i, ) ',. ,;
FOR SALE-Five acres of land and sfourroom'.house'in "; two and a half years old Only why. I had not traded with you for a ',f.I'\, .' :/ Capital 1 $J.000.00 ;1'1''.,:'; .

Pined+la::;;::;Will A few thousand left. Henry!! W Smith, long time received/ and as Iou ask me "I'll have' to arrest you" said the $130.000.00 w. ] '. ''1"" ,
give, bargain to sell quick.: !''Ad"dress Wauchula. Nursery at Bassingefc to' tell'you frankly why give policeman. [ i ; \, Depositor's'" \"
Fla. 'you a few reasons. .The man who was having trouble iipP'| 9T!! Officers''and Directors SMj jj ,
Box 172, Kissimmee, 4C-9t ,. "First-I am in business in this with his wife threw both arms aroundthe .' ,
41-tfpd4t community and am looking to this officer and exclaimed; C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE.: Vice Prest. .

I VOCAL STUDIO 203 Broadway room community with. its. varied industries "This isn't any arrest. This Is. 'a M. KATZ. 2nd Vice, PresL :!
WILL SELL my, store, building and 3. -Voices'correctly placed and de for my support I eanot.ask! themerchants' rescue."=Washington Star."
stock of general merchandise, everything veloped. Italian method. Mrs. Her- of this town for their sup J.... ROMA "THOMAS, Assistant Cashier
doing.tine rington will see those wishing to.tully. port if I do not give them mine. dur- mont, bids"tgust were opened at the ...
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I on Mondays Thursdays, "Second-In looking over my books Ing Tuesday night for. the bon'ran I j jtti
business but other interests re- 7 to 9 p. m. Voices tried free..48-26t I fail to find either Mr. Sears, Mr. I eight inch well at the water .
attention.' M'M.'' Monohan, plant. and -the'contract was a ),
quire my Roebuck or other of the company'snames F:oun- '
LOST-One 38-calibre Smith & Wes ,
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43-tf trt Rnehn of Orlando fo 1
Davenport, ,Fla. son single action five-shot revolver these', which gentlemen reminds have me that ever neitherof givenme =;== a"foot: h- ;.tr; t ;,'t-iu.i;; ;h""aH'material T.iiL'I i i fenol' would e b 'NOTICH FOR PUBLICATION ,
EXCHANGE will with one Howell is nmee I and turn over, the well complete use, or what it would cost, per -
FOR SALE OR a penny's_) patronage. Why
please return to Baso, night word to the city. to build them. ., Dep.M..t .< ta;, Ia..rir, U. .. Leal'
this ,Am I too far have
bell farm of 10 acr-o, 3 room -KIssimmee and away, -or '
my marshal, receive neither of them needed physician I Mr. While the well at the furnishes The commissioners"of'Oseeolaty Ofa>. at OaIeeevltla Fiend.. r,
a now plant
house, 7 acres .cleared and fenced, reward. 49-lt or are they.-af raid of the mail order 777I cbe- all the water necessary to sup do not propose to make any N.".m...g g. ...... t I -

2 acres fine young grove just coming plan when it comes to the practice of loveJjand- ply: the city, the rate Kisslm- i mistake. Before they undertak Notice U hereby! -riven- that /er mlatr' 4
.Into bearing;,or will trade it for a FOR RENT.. .. medicine I can' certainly' give as mee is increasing in population it will .'elaborate system of road buildii W. Paraona. of LouKhman. Florida. '"
and lot in Kissimmee. W. N. good satisfaction by. mail as your be only a short while until the present ask our people to give up one ce who. on, April 29. UII, mad Homestead -
louse DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. house can, and will appreciate a-call ent supply would be inadequate, and i additional tax;. they propose to" Entry Serial No. 010104, for'Soutiw SWUrof
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Jones Loughman, Fla. Tiller. from either of them when in need of enthe council deemed it wise to pre ; taro what character of material ito Range BE 14 IT Section East"e Meridian,' ,$. ,

half cleared nice medical service. Ilingocal pare in time for such?an emergency. : use in the construction of road h.. sled notice of Intention to maker
FOR SALE-20 acres FOR RENT-Cards can be bad at the 'Thira-Ih. .looking .over the subscription City Clerk Gilbert 'was Instructedto whit |Jt will .cost per mile to p Coramu.Atlon Proof. to tablUh olalor
grove good fences, fair house, Gazette for 10 cents each. I doWn to the land above described before'
young Valley lists for improving out ; insert a notice in the local papers Clerk of the Circuit Court, at KtNI.mae .-
come fine crops now growing; a living furnished streets:*nd,public ..highways have em- calling. for bids to extend the eewet Looking to this end they de< Florida,.on'the Ilrd day of De.em-- j .
' already provided. A bargain at FOR RENTTwo" rooms. failed to find the name of either mem- mdliuch- between Osceola High School and the at their meeting last Monday, to 1 ber, 111.
.. Broad
Apply to-Mrs. psJ, 651 a tour'of the state, Claimant names aa i
reasonable or trade 48-tf ber.'of tour;firm"down for one penny Methodist church, a distance Of 110 accompanies I Edwin Hogan of Lousrhman Florida-
terms ;
w,. $1,200, way. to assist in.the .work... Also I have,| dge feet, wich bids will,be opened at ,the the superintendent of roads, the i Thom F. Braddock, of Oranse C..'-" ,
for Kissimmee property. J. II. Hal-: ty engineer, and W. B. Harris I Iter, Florida: .
FOR RENT OKiSALB-Two-storjr failed .toi;.find.your,name;on .any of regular meeting in January, ]1 Richard Qamilng of Lousrhman. Flo.... .
fey, Loughman, Fla. 3-tf store buildlntvon Brac St-.Nortb J e. charity., Bata,where help has be The regular routine won of them prietor of the Valley Gazette, an ida. / -* *

Jtlplmmee.'- R.J C.;Stanford 2tf bur.poor; in'eher.wor'de. months>> !:such_-"nSq/iiGing!! snd"rp roh- for used'in themselves the road different mate; Clifton Ik LOwr, .Louchraan., TUf ; f
We building 1..n'.11ft""t Ida
FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY yon are pot doyfn ass. conwioator. to ,
have demands for a few good sub FOR RENT OHifoitable>be; our..H.lpinj ".IiandSoeietyl.',In fact, IN IDA.I.EVNNTHJUDICIAL '.CIRCUIT .LO..j 6 cost'' and Me-how, It withstands1n ;; 7-tt i pd Register.. K?.

real: estate centrally located. Large porch. ''C fn all the movements job jhebetter.ntents..ofouriconditions OMCKOLA COUNTY\ , While'the Itinerary of the tri] :.
taJ1t1at'lo desirable
. na on 'where .,- MM CHA YCRRYdCatb.i ; I not as,yet been completed, it is JIOTICB OV ADMIItlBTSLa.TOKfur ,
is St. J. W. Prentis. 42-tf our .e C. Kmlr'iCeassialMsit. 'Y" ; intention ., ,
" where the security unquestionable Brack eomw nlty, as.needed the1,united efforts EI_.. .... Kale. f> : /! l>lT.ra.11 .-.. to go over Orange, KlmalDtaeajira-
and at advantageous rat. of herpublie-spirited-cltizens; : I appearing;' .1.1./1- .appended Marion, Seminole. Bradford, Vo ''
FOR RENT-8Ix-room' cottage on to the bill flied In the abovestatedcause CI.y...? t. Johns and Duval III TUB COURT OV COUNTT JU1XJS1OSCBOI
.f interest Anyone with idle money street furnished throughout, have! failed to find.your'name among that'Blmer' H-.Kuljvthe defend I L .. __ ,_.....-...-ee. __cpu..-.. .. A FLORIDA.STATH .+"
Main the list 'of lour' : or .
will do well to consult us. Nelson contributing' mer- ant therein .named. a' nonreelIdent KOTICB or' sugftiWsTO exLii: : .
I hot :and cold "water, electric .lights chants Your name Is not on our city of the State of Florid...and I. a .
: Realty Company.FOR d-tf < Apply to C.-L. tax books, >nor'do i I 11 find, where. you resident- the United -States of America ALL,WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:' I. I. v* KatateVUUa a S Cheaaer.wbS
,. I and-telephone. : over the age of twenty-one years; Notice Is hereby siren te all m
sold at once "*5- have paid a city' do,a mercantile It Is there tore ordered that .aald, nonreSIdent Notice execution Is hereby Issued given out'by, of, tee I It man concern that.on the ttb day of
SALE-Must be Bandy. business In .competition with defendant be and I. hereby an of O.oeola'County. State January. A. D. 1114. I ahall apply tAr
of sickness,in our family I required. to to the bill of County Court the Honorable T. M .Murphy Judge of
oh- appear com-
home merchants. delivered
account our : -St.Lucie Tri- of Florida, and to roe directed -
W the North, must go home.oneof i FOR RENT-4 room house in good : : ,\ plaint In said cause on or before :Mon ,I have levied ,, and will aald Court as Judge of Probate, for '
the best places in Klssirtmee) on 'condition in Pinedale. Price $10 bunen. day, the 5th the day allegation of January, t-IL 1914.otherwi.e bill. ell at*fUbUo..outcr,. during upon the legal my of the anal estate discharge of William... Aamlnl.trater 8. Chandler

the main street; 8-room furnished per month for winter months, or $8 LIGHT will be taken as confessed by said de hour. 0 aald front door In of the deceased; and that at the same time I.
County Kissim
cleared month the 4-room ELECTRIC fendant. Court House-of : to aald Court my final a* .
by year. :
house fruit trees on place; per me., Florida on the lit of December counts: ,
|600 last, winter keeping boarders;; house close in $12 per month, partly ". Tr*'"'consumers of Jacksonville get It Is further ordered week that for this four orderbe A.. D. fill,' all the right.-title Interest aa far Administrator of Mild estate'
published once a consecutive and ask
will be sold and claim of W. F. Barber In and bl.1.r"tJtt'ortl
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house full at present time. Half of furnished, furniture their electricity for illuminating pur- week In the;Kls lmroee Val to the described real estate, Pat.'u-' .
price can remain' at 6%I make an cheap. 8-room house close in, modern poses at seven cents per kilowatt ley Gazette, newspaper published In situate following In Oiceola County, State of; W. W. CHANDLER.Aelmlnlatrator.-' t

I offer Frank T. Smith, Kissimmee.Fla. , $20 per month, not in best of hour, and for cooking purposes at aid This County November and State.12th. 1(11. Florida: --*- 14-1._ mo__ mo-. . -___--, l-
48-2tpd repair..We also have some lands for two cents kilowatt h..ur. The Soutb.- eat quarter (SWU of
.'' per 'At thinrate (Seal) J, JU OVERSTREET, the North-weal quarter (NWU, of section -
.... rent, one place where some work is the municipal lighting plant has Clerk Circuit 'Court.ANDREW three (I), and all the Nortb-eas' t.- -1-_ < 1
FINE, \ Business Location for Sale- needed. Let your wants be known. paid a handsome profit and the money Solicitor JOHNSON for Complainant. 4T-4t quarter (NE3S4)) of section four ((4). ex..ept .- :
fronting on Broad Nelson Realty Co. : 8-tf. made by this and the other municipal the North-half (NU of the North.half -
Two splendid'Jots North-west E. E. Wells
(NVi) of the quarter ,,
Stewart Ave., plants has been devoted to paying the Nwit,) of Jsald North-east quarter
to ATLANTIC LINE"Write'orwire '
and extending "GULF TO : r r Ftaml DlBcfcarae.I1C ?
way, .the last expenses of,other departments; of. the. COURT OH" COUNTY JUDOB. STAVBI NBU,), all In Township 'twentyIlyafa and Intaranc ' ,"
Fort Real Estate
I giving double", front,.and .. Menge Bros., city. ; OF FLORIDA OSCEOLA COUNTY. ) south. Range thirty((10) east. .....,.
'' ""block' for aale.1 sched- been i la r* K t te .( Gevrce II. .. Paid real estate being sold to satisfy ,f I 1t'
vacant lots In the 'Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and Now, Jacksonville: has having e41 Ivey asesas., .. judgment obtained In said County )'
Price '$41 O. These lots in other ule of steamers Suwanee.and Corona some expert figuring done on, this Notice Is hereby arlran, to all whom Court byO.. .< W..'Bass .against W. r.Barber. .. "
.+ as fortunately electricity business and finds that the I it may conuern.., that on,the >OU> day I ".
towns the size! of Kissimmee, plying between Fort Myers and Fort cost of production'' of the current is j of peeeraber, A. t>. lilt I ahall apply' 1>ateclt1al.r1tll; day of;! November, \.1 MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RENTING,
at a. 191.,
beheld the Morphy .
to Honorable T. M. ;
o& \ situated would the famous Caloosahatchee ,
Lauderdale'vla 1.05 cents a kilowatt hour. So a
move- of.said Court a* Judca of Probate fer \ '
'nmchhigherprlce;:. ; Nelson! Realty Lake Okeechpbee Everglades and ment' has been started, and bids fair to I my nnal discharge AdmlnlatratrUl Sheri.DR. HOUSES AND ROOMS .. !iIrI
of the eatate of decree H. Ivey deoeaaediand -
wonderful be successful,' to reduce the cost of .
: ,The most ..
'C U1panJ':. Drainage Canals. ; to that at the aame time I wlU Physician'and oJ ,
lighting current the conwmera'bf
Wild birdIe present to said Court my final aoooa... '' .
+ AlL1Jfttn Christmas week tohave scenery In, that city"-to four cents per kilowatt mm Adminl \,tratriz'of aald mate ,,and Surgeol1'.1>-. :;- ,
PON'T photo ,made, but comepow and game,life in profu.lon.Semlno hour;., This, it is shown, wilf be more ask (or their approval.DELLA. ''Office .- : '3O3 /lroetIwIq PAo, .272'

and your avoid tho ruche J,W. Wil'MT' Indians-ahd alligators. .42-tf than sufficient to maintain, the, plant T-lmo- mo.pd, ,Administratrix IVY State Bank Bid. Office,41-R1L 40 r'I', ,

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'; :;; Y'Orlando Monday, morning clear the road to the gates. we .were .
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been delayed several days cided to plant.a large acreage of The pe ; ',
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,",\\11";\:I. For ad hotel of lumber pending but now*that man pledged himself! to a certain to properi are ]) CONSTITUTE THE HEADS OF THE CITY ADMINISTRATION, FILLING, . J
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lot i be pushed as rapidly at 60 acres. the 12th.* THE POSITIONS COMMISSIONERS WHO WILL HAVE' :j
W. W. Bonney was elected chairman
marOFL es completion.of the Civic League have I of the cemetery'association, and E. J. far proachino 8UPpa DIRECT CONTROL OF THE BUREAUS OF PUBLIC' WORKS, PUBLIC :
(ration the idea of erect Keen, secretary pnd treasurer. .These Jje had
city an early date.' gentlemen were given full power to the past/ SAFETY HEALTH AND CHARITY AND PUBLICITY THE LAST NAMED t

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