Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 1, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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': ,i GREAT' ENTHUSIASM AVIATION SCHOOL"

_ 4 With ,Two Day Carnival Kissimmee Will Celebrate i ,.. "

," ,Steps'.Taken to Mart Institution,'la:'
iBoard of Trade Holds 1 Most Inter; "
v This lily, factory to" be ..
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Will Have Aeroplane : v i ,'. .-

'. Here.. M. '''F.. Patton and .'W. L. "
><" -- Hunt who arrived In this' 'city last, '
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!rcim :: i I'week for the purpose 'of. starting a,,
Themot largely i attended and moatenthusiastic : school i of'aviation,' met a special committee .

;. meeting of,thevBoardof from 'th.' Board of Trade on-

", 'Trade tor several'"' months.was held on Tuesday, tu submit their plans for the
Monday;' night An earnest desire to C ..as- Kissimmee'school, of aviation.They,

undertake large' thing for Klsslmmee stated, "previously published..that

wa. evident In all the addresses made, s they: have two aeroplanes and desiraa
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.I and in all the business ,transacted and r- hangar built In which to store the seroiplanes. ;

'. the spirit< shown by"all the members nf.n This' building; will cost $150.
: :preuges'a year of successful work by This committee decided that the ,value

this moat}mportaDt'org lzation. to the city of the school would be worth,
: ''The meeting-was called.to order by much more than this* and took'the'r4- '

President H. .Clay Stanford. The last SDonsibllity of saying to Messrs. Patton ''

minutes were read,'and approved.. Mr. ;, and Hunt that the hangar will;/be
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1 ,kA.E..Donegan chairman of the cele- ,' provided.. at 'once. The' members' of
bratfon'committee| stated that he had the 'committee 'drew up a subscription*

been unable to call tb. committee to- list and decided to endeavorto'' secure

Vethr and the m.tter'.. laHT .over, thirty: persons to give |S each for the'' \

,'until later'' in the meeting.I ,, purpose Fifty 'dollars 'was secured
I Mr. J. M. WHlson,Jr., announced yV at once.; 1" ". "

_..ppointment of the membership com- ''The 'young men promise to, snake;

nitteewhlc.hhe_ said was a "cracker- flights:within two WHIrJ from:: the time

"jack.:" The committee he said had of the completion of the hangar. They,

planned an immediate active campaign also propose, within very: short time,

'to.secure three hundred members and to begin! the manufacture of, additional .
3to secure a' thousand\ dollars dues Idiadvan : machines, making .their1 headquarters

; e to) carry on ''the immediate T- I for: this purpose, some location within
,:work. of the Board. Mr. Willsonvitrongij'Urged 1tr the city.. The aviation field,,'however,
all the business''men, will remain at.Park Carded where the>

.' when approached by the committee to tik'S' location 'Is admirably adapted to the. '.,1
'receive them cordially, and to not put purpose; "
them remembering; the very great The action of the eommitteewuret-:

Importance: of the work which the .only an aeroplane) factory

Board of Trade can do if it.is provided 1 '+ypn; ; ..: .but a school of aviation., *
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funds. "
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A fetter of greeting from the Live - AI1ANQSQME'.ST.Rfq '
Oar'Cramtnwor-COmmerce was recejved .. : .
and the secretary was instructed Some Member of the Board of Trade Under Whose Auspices Kittimmee't: Big Celebrationtu-JBeing- Planned t 'L,

> to reply thereto. .i ';- ; -m Broadway Is Rapidly Being Made a '

J*. The appointment' of delegates, u re- The new Kissimmee, with its pavedstreets' the carnival a distinctive name to be 1' regulation carnival night. 'For the: the 'visitors'by flights In. thelr.bi-planes} : 4. Beauty 'Spot, :; .'
,quested in a communication from Governor its municipally owned public used in the advertising. The Osceola parade it has been suggested that the oy 7lhi-elty-arid! lake a feature that 1. '
' has 700 of the Osceola"High School will probably 1M'of more interest to the A:fair idea of \'what attractive
GilchrUt, to the Southern Com- utilities, and Its awakened civic spirit Festival of Kisslmmee been suggested pupils I an ;
'tnerclaf. Congress,, was left"to the presi is to celebrate the recent remarkable ,, 'as being a name not only form one division "carrying palm visitors than any other. thoroughfare Broadway? will become
dent. progress of the city In a celebration suggestive of the location, but commemorative branches. An effort will be made to The general committee o( arrangements when the paving is complete, and the;, ".

The president asked that at the next the'like of which has never been be- of the memory of the, have representatives of a moving fur -celebration consists ,of parking put in shape nay be obtained
.meeting the committee which 'had fore in Osceola county. The affair will Napoleon of the Seminoles. The com- picture company present to take the following;: ,A. E.. Donegan 'chair by taking a look at the block: .betweeri

-,\/.charge of the advertising space in the last for two days will take place thelatter mittee will be glad to receive other pictures of the parade.It man: A. '8. Nelson, J. 14:;, Willson; Jr., Stewart and Darlington, avenues::j' The
S.c. C. building in Washington make part of March, and will include a''I suggestions in the matter of a name, is the desire of the committee that J. D.Kuykeqdall.. H. Clay Stanford. parkway has been \,,\rounded op, the

'a full report.Mr. number of features typical of this Interesting during, the next few dsvs.. every boat on the lake', big or little The committee met on Tuesday and palms put in shape and taken in connection -,
A. S. Nelson addressed the Board section. Not only that, it is As tentatively outlined it is the pur- hall be decorated for the c.rnlv.Iand elected Mr. Stanford chairman. Mr. with th> splendid 1 street the

I with reference to the avtation school to the intention to make: this an annual pose to hold a two day celebration shall be placed at the disposal of the Kuykendall outlined hit Ideas'of the block present a,very fine, appearance..

,be established here by Messrs. Fatten celebration, accomplishing for Kis-. utilizing the streets of the city for visitors during! the two days!, for trips two"day celebration, which met with A number of. new fangled sprinkler
,:and Hunt.! The two gentlemen were simmee what the Mardi Gras has done parades etc., and the lake for. water out upon the lake. It is also the desire .approval 'of the committee' and have been installed in the ''parkway,
.- present at the meeting for New Orleans and the Carnival of carnival at night, as well as for water that at night they shall be. decorated aroused no little enthusiasm. '* d and when they are playing the 'picture; .

i Mr. Nelson stated that they have one Roses for Pasadena. races in the daytime One day will be with! Chinese, lanterns., ".JI It was decided to appoint Mr. JohnM presented Is beautiful enough' to-,do :

aeroplane in the city, and another the celebration given ov.r't a Trade, day, and the One of the big features of the celebration Lee as chairman of the' Finance No" to any city. A', .,.'. ,;,
Pablo Beach which they will bring over preliminary plans at for Board, of- various candidates will also Invited will| be the airship flights'. COmmlitee. Mr. Kuykendall was requested little i Interest Is being- taken tin%\ .,;
I at once. Mr. Fatten- the maker of were approved the to be present on this day';; A barbecueon Messrs. Patton and, Hunt, who have draw possible the question brought'up by the Valley t'
and the to ,.as soon as
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aviator. Trade meeting Monday night, .suggested. to air aviation school' and .up Gazette last .week,-that of planting
". the machi'ne and Mr. Hunt, an this day.has been. ., come start : a to be submitted! later.. At! ,
., Another aviator Is coming within few work of- completing anangements, was 'The oth.r' day'In -the morning will factory state that they will be ready to i the program second meeting the as some, citrus fruit trees in the parkway?
of left in the-bands of a competent?i committee make creditable flights within two program The matter h'as been 'dis--
: data,, a, Mr., DeVane. The choice: 'has be given over td literary exercises I given herewith was adopted and the vigorously ;
the grounds atPark'Garden"for an ,' and tentative program )music addresses, etc; the afternoon toa weeks after their hangar Is compl.ted,1 committees cussed pro and con. A recent sugguaw' .j
following were appointedto
aviation field has been ratified by Mr. been arranged.It parade, field sports -water races etc. and that will be within a few d.y..41 I thou I. that |In one block palms be plaa>
The of the last day is.to be a They promise to be ready to ,I I work out the details:
to night '
the Board give .
of '' 1se-
'. .Patton, and the two young.men, said is the plan led, in another citrus' frultst" thus
Mr Nelson had only two very modest I---- curing the uniformity desired in tree,
I' profit and to ship ten ..carloads
requests to m.ke.of Kissimmee. The Planting Potatoes SOME CIEUY. net from bin gardens.expects A DASHEEN STORY planting, and at the 'same time ,;givinga
i ..first of these is for the 'construction of 'I variety ottree.wbich' grow in1 this
commenced at Kis- j" -
Potato planting Looks: us if Kissimmee can raise '
a hangar 86x60 feet, one. halfof the Ilm nee Park on Monday, a barge load 1 celery provided little common senseis Gazette Man 'Visits Spawns Canneryand climate. The block between Stewart
Mr. Aultman Sells Carload. Some has all but of
: building floored the whole thing to be a and Darlington two the<
of seed and 42 colored men to do the carefully worked into the soil. Attention Sees
constructed of rough boards- at an ap- Things.The original! palms. and needs 'but little
work having been taken across the ,, fads for Investigators.Can should also be called to the fact
-pro'xlmate coat of $150. Thu second Houck had general Valley'Gazette chap beard ." 'dayyor more care to make It a beautiful palm
|ake. Manager less than half.
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that is
bf'I' successfully raised in celery patch
requestwas for the use of some sort of charge of the work and was assisted', celery two' ago' that a small load of studded park.: The next block on the
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k" for the first six months. by several resident owners, and their Kissimm'ee? Read this. Mr. S. B. of the Aultman gardens, dasheens had been sent from the other hand has only two of the original
conveyance > government
to begin manufacturing help. By Tuesday evening it is expected whoso within the I producing three or four other crops at palms left and might'well be given!
/The rnen expect that 22 ten acre tracts will be pi ant-*Aultman gardens are time. experiment station at Brooks-
the same
. in' a small way and will in the ed. This is probably 'the largest ::I city limits, last Saturday shipped a carload vine to Spawn' canning factory here over to oranges, tangerines and grape'
meantime '''conduct their school, and planted in the county anj, an for experimental fruit. Whatever arrangement of trees
... acreage i iI. of 'el.ry-S6J: crates 50 ef which Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Frymirg of Upper purpoae."Duhe.n"
Mr. Nelson aged the enormous crop is expected. la made, however Broadway .U going
yes flights ii Osrley Delaware county, Pa., out to the factory the reporter dashed
1 Board to take hold of Ithe proposition i were culls. He received a telegram stopped over and spent several days In in and asked Spawn about it His hopesof to be as beautiful a street as" any cityIn
valueto The president called Vice President F. that for the 313 crates the can boast,
I speaking of its great; advertising I. Friday stating Kissimmee and St. Cloud the past seeing a dasheen were dashed to the country
-the city. In response to a question W. Stalker to the chair and spoke of firsts he would get $4.50 a crate, and week on their way home from tripto ground..however as the train bearing
Ar< Patton stated that he had already 'along the same line. He moved that the culls $2 50 a crate making the total Havana Mr. Fryburg called at this the new vegetable had not ret dashed PLAY BALI!
a half dozen persons who desired to 9200 be placed in the hands of the advertising office and stated that he had been+reading into the station, owever, the dasheens
for immediate use. price received for the car 1533. After things .bouUhlelec-
committee good -
school. so many
ttend the
of them
offered to provide The motion waa unanimously carried. freight commission etc., is paid, Mr. 'I tion in the Gazette that he couldn'tpass are on their wa-236 pounds Rexall Baseball. Team Is Reorganized
Mr.. S. H. Aulunan L000j without seeing for himself. and next week we will be able to tell .
Aultman will have more than $ by
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horse and for the school for Mr. Kuykendall suggested
.I buggy. our readers what the new angled In This Gty.
llx months. This proppaition was ac- Board hold occasional luncheons for I potato is like. We have a good deal of 1
lepted. with thanks. bringing the. members together and for the Kissimmee Carnival. curiosity about it, ever since Brooks- The Kisalmmee baseball.' ) interest wil
L On motion, a committee! of three was keeping up interest. The matter was Program ville had its dasheen banquet. W.don't not be confined..this year to the .doings
toward several members. of the so-called big leagues for1: the
ip'polntetjl take steps secur- approved by just see how a lot of sane men
hgbangar, for Memrs. Patton and A. F. Spawn addressed the Board could get so excited over a spud even local Wagners and Ty'Cobbs purpose to

|unt.-:Tb. committee appointed con- with reference to the canning factory.He The following tentative program has been arranged for the celebration though it is a new and 'fancy kind. .W, furnish\ the fan with a brand :of the.
,its of S. B. Aultman A. S. Nelson stated that road had' been built to be held in this city'March 26. and 27. The interest and cooperation of the public will endeavor to solve the mystery next national sport that.will fairly" rival the

pE.:: Donegan. By-unanimous consent the cannery, and that. it was his hopeto is asked in several ways in connection with this affair. A suitable name is desired week, when Mr. Spawn will in'answer' world's aeries. The .R. al1. Baseball

fa secretary!! was: added to the com- make of Pinedale one of the pretty for the celebration which it is hoped will become an annual 'affair. The to the request of the U. S. Departmentof Club was reorganized Wednesday night;

tt.a;.\ . suburbs of Kissimmee. Electric lights committee will gladly receive suggestion on this point. Further suggestions as Agriculture, endeaver to make flour and tae already begun to practice Erelong )/..
r., A.''B, Diekerson addressed the and a street car line are needed he declared to the program will also be welcomed. :The committee desires also that immediately of the 236 pounds sent from Brooks* the exonerating"sound! of I sizzling ft-
and With'reference to a brick plant These 'would bring in more precedingand during the! celebration every building in the city shall be ville. trou Jdel'llth. crack of the merry bat.

ch Is seeking a new location. The people, and more business for the city. decorated. Kissimmee should be a sea of gay colon' on March 26 and 17. If In spite of the fact, that our. daabeen and the rancus" voice ''of the umpire' '

ner has examined the amid here' and TAw plant is' ready for work and is everyone will enter heavily into the spirit of the occasion and begin now to manner did!1! not get us a.View of a.d..heen will be abroad in this sunny land.' ,
attracting wide attention. Let-., deal to the city. The committee I Mr: B. a Miller. a 83rd degree' ,--fan.
'. sit.i exactly; :suited to his purposes already plan for it the celebration will mean a great however, we had a very, .en '
|, desires,to Irilvrerit t local capital laJr. ten from the Department of Agricul will need the assistance of everyone and all who are willing, to help in any way joyable visit at the Spawn factory. We and the manager of the local &m'I..t-

.' to-: move, ,.her and enlarge his ture were read; ,stating that 236 poundsof are asked to notify.some-member: ; Let us all get together; to make this* the saw cassava drying for floor We also, I yearr'presided over the'misting'... Wed-i:;*;

,..'MI'. Dick; rson. .stated that he the new vegetable, the dasheen has biggest thing in Kissimmee's history., saw a lot of condensed pumpkin pl.s-1 nesday night and''gave' .' .the .boy. the
|ow;$60.000 plant which turns out been shipped.,'and asking Mr. Spawn to The provisional program follows: at least we saw a lot of dried pumpkin, benefitofbisadvice, ,: temporary,
'carloads of brick day. and would experiment with them ins an endeavorto Marcfi 26 and Spawn"&Iet that Just.a pinch of,lt' organization was effected, with. Mr..: First Day- .
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by; 60'men. On motion of W. J. ascertain whether they would make I '. would make a nice fat pi.i It looked J. McDonongh manager and..Treasi, ,
i,-the'secretarywas instructed to good flour. .' 10 a. m.-:Parade of various oritanlaa on."and the school children. like a first rate pumpkin.Mr.; ." A Spawn rarer, and: Mr<, Paul :'.K./ 'Weaver'':as 4'

i the man, stating, that if :Mils pro ..,The,, only: thins,, now;, hindering the 11 a. -m.-Musical and literary exercises.'J"_"'-'. .f. ; ,".-<. '\,- rave usa package of sweet potato CaptainAbout: player. were /pre -" f': ,
M meritorious it would! probapossible work of the cannery Mr. Spawn said 2 p. m.-Parade of decorated automobiles.-' . '"'-.," V / . floor which we will',have to ,uee for ent, among' whom.is diamond talent = '

to :secure capital, here. was that someof. the local r people had 3 p. m.-Aeroplane flights. ', --' '., -'.\el\t..*'*. tooth powder." -being.. '.a. bachekir.unlesswe : enough for a.'eracIdnK.have good ,team.: ,-,
can revaU on some Kissimmee Several others expressed their inJ..;
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nviting him to visit'Kiaalmmee. no(yet fulfilled their obligations; to him 4 p. m.-Water races. ? damsel to make it into flap jacks_for.us. tention of getting Into the game, and
3,:Kuykendall addressed the Board In the way of. financial.support "of the 8 t* 10 p'm-IUuminated. parade'of- boats' 'on the lake. '. .1 : ev'l'Jone"bo can catch 'a ball -in a
eference tO the proposed celebra-. plant-. As soon" .. .these vobligations tM. ; ArUwv Uonegan, candidate Sol State bushel basset Is invited to set In .touch
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of .secondPay--March'27. Senate from Kissimmeedropped i Into with the acting;manager, or leave< his
action'W taken should be fulfilled.the; development: ; '. tl2 \
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is th.'OaeeolaPbI.l'DJ
i 4 see us yesterday.He ssyshe1 name at .
j ed elsewhere u thei.' oluQ l... Pinedale and'"Ita Cannery >would 'begin All-Mornlog-CandKlates': field day" ? t" groomed for th.'rae., and.will' prove ",A committee Is.now at = : -
I Koykendall mat- In real earnests; ,, ',"*I :/ .: :ao to a p. ,-Barbecue.:\", t. '. s. '' :-.. ', \ ',' '* that Kissimmee will put out acandidate for Suitable xroonds.- and fun '
I of NNrlng1 some ''The Board 'adjourned to tbe'.ecpdMonday 8 to I ti ,Jports,'rsces,. aeroplane flights.. baseball game. .? :'.-/ t" '. worthy of the. running,=Urlando .Re sized game i* promised ''Withlnf-two.
the necessity "bnoa In March.. .-, 8tol p.mCarniva4 on lake and .on.',Broadway..,.. ", "*""-iJstC; ;'-' >S; porter: Star.'1 \ bJ " .weeks. .J>1a.elJalll-, < -
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',-. '- florida, Should Have One, in Keeping :Is, :Sept Complimentary fin
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.BARfiAI"NS FORnOMESCEKERS A Woman's Foreign', Missionary'. Society ' With Its Romantic: History.; L I, T : ..

has been organized In the M. E. The vi tat problem thai affects' the home Parties receiving'this paper, who are not ;)
Mrs. Lon Hendrix which really means the rocking cradle of
church. President, ; it is
first vice president, Mrs: :J, B. West-: the world,,is today in the bands of the regular subscribers, must// not 'tbin'k.thatJ }

i S cott; recording secretary", Mrs. Harriet club women' of our va'nous towns and the ,intention, of'the ='publisher.* to later demand ,, ,,h ,i

Kilpatrick; 'corresponding secretary cities,_ Any $t'OId'quest.lon. that touchesthe of'themthe" subscription w price, as .t.- ; I
_ Mrs. E. C. Bass; treasurer, Mrs. home is the making of a better ;ir
,.JI.. .. Saral) Woodward. country' In this commercial -age the mailed to complimentary by our Boardof

heart of man, as well.as!, that of the County Commissioners for the purpose of

j' Look over tie following; list and if yon don't find anything to suit, let The, W. C.T. U.) met In G. A. R. hall business woman, needs to be touched acquainting' them with the advantage f
Monday afternoon to celebrate the with something more than the sordid many
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know wants and will find something to fill the order: 4
''ff' ", us your, we birth of.Frances Willard, where a very grind for dollars; our men all love and opportunities this town and county offer + '

entertaining program was carried out. "hearts and flowers," and let us weave
, and one-half miles from Kisaimmee, the bome.eeker.rbe will'be mailed a -
EARL FARM.-90 acre ,|ltwo A special invitation was given to the some sentiment into the Florida life. paper '
1 1'i t 'level land, all fenced and cross fenced; over half in cultivation; '
whose is given
!'. gentlemen. Just now the subiect ot a state few week.to any person name f
!&-room house, stables and good deep well. The same party has 15 _. J
I k':, acres inside the city limits young* grove, part fine trucking land, Father Fox will be at St. Cloud and press flower, as is well being as largely the various discussed woman's by the us, and if they should desire'to receive it regularly t'i< : (

{a ?j flowing well. 5-room house stables, etc. All for $ ,f>OO.OO. will say Mass at the Catholic chapel 6n clubs. Mr;. Minnie Moore Wlllson thereafter, we would be glad to put i
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3 ;: ,1 : PINEHURST HOME.-This pretty suburban home lies just out Tenth street. between .Indiana and Illinois whose authority on Seminole history, them on our subscription list at the regular .... i
1 'S* side of the city limits on the west, on high' dry land. The drainage avenues, Wednesday 'morning at goes unquestioned) has started a :1.!!..
I t' is good and it is a very healthful location, there being some'beautiful 7:30.: All invited.Dr. campaign to secure a State flower and V .. I,"
around the house and it is exceedingly tiT > ,,
+ young pine -trees growing .'
t? strongly urges the adoption of the 'r
healthful to breathe the-atmosphere that paRses through these trees II. G. Schadt, of Ocean Grove, wild rose, (Cherokee Rose.) JIO.r,, .
9 from the lake. The house has four large rooms, two rooms upstairs N. J., will lecture in the M. E. church The agitation of the question is ,- ,
and two down stairs, 5 closets The house i is well ventilated and'has Thursday, Feb. 29, on Russia. bringing forth other flowers-some .-
t r' j a rear porch, front porch and veranda, can stand on this veranda and purposing the yellow Jessamine. Certainly j, BIG I

get a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country: This The following appointments have flower/ emblem is based wholly f' I

i property fronts to the cast, has 294 feet frontage on Hudson street been made by the national department, on sentiment, and the adoption of the
I and 1371 feet deep, giving plenty of room for a few fruit trees, nice W. R. C., from the W. R. C. of,St. Cherokee rose will add to the already a '
1 garden and poultry industry. Just the place for a sick person to regain Cloud: National aides, Mrs. Fanny Fur- romantic and picturesque history of :

his health and strength. Has a deep artesian well of pure health- gason and Mrs. Emma Kails; special Florida, on account of its legendary (I
restoring water. A nice cheap home where taxes are low and still recruiting aides, Mrs. Flora Cox, Mrs. history. The rose plucked by the REDUCTION.SALE- -

I'; have city advantages Price $IS50, half cash, balance terms to suit Mary Viding; prQvisional aides, department Indian bride and brought hidden in jeer 1
1'' SLADE FARM.-80 acres of land located one mile from railway of Florida, Mrs. Fanny Furga- bosom to the land of the Seminole

station on the main line of railroad, 5 miles from Kissimmee, the s. son, Mrs. Mary Dunlap, Mrs. Esther warrior, has grown and spread until
seat mile to school and church. Oanieln. Mrs. Samantha Bartlett, Mrs. [
I county of Osceola county, about 1 now it is known all over Florida. To-
The land lies comparatively l lave), i is dark gray ash soil with fine Ella B. Perkins Mrs. E. C. Ladner, day, the beautiful trailing, wild whiterose Saturday March 2nd, is the last day of :
F + chocolate subsoil, good farming and citrus fruit land; 20 acres in a Mrs. Ethel Townsend, Mrs. Clara Zim-
it wafts its the
fragrance
as on
hit.\'. splendid state of cultivation, fenced and cross fenced; 5 I) acres of or- merman. breeze, breathes; an incense to the our big sale. We want all who are in need

ange grove! most of which is in fine large bearing trees in good condition memory of the Seminole. Let us pay of Furniture or 'House Furnishings, Stoves V
and small of it in small trees just coming into bear- Quite a nice little dance was given in
a portion this tribute to the of the
memory romantic -
the Uttz amusement hall Monday eve- or Ranges, to call and see us. Remember
,
ing; .considerable fine hammock land, and the balance has mixed oak and picturesque Seminoles and ;
+ and pine timber. Some ooloOlzation'lands adjoining held at $30 to ning. Everyone had a good time.. at the same time perpetuate a historyof

$40 per acre with no improvements; this farm has a box house of 4 native in the 1
mythology poetic :
Mrs. Vfckory; and little daughter BUYS .
l { large rooms, 2 porches, fireplace good stables 2 grain bins, wagon Isabella, arrived Satarday evening and legend of the Indian bade 85c DOLLAR'S WORTH :

I4 and tool shed and hay mow above. This splendid property at S60 per are visiting; Mrs. Vickoi'y's' brother, The very name of Florida is surrounded A
acre on terms of half cash, balance to suit the customer. A magnifi-
f
: Mr. J. Ferguson, proprietor of Stan i : with ai. atmosphere of romance -
\ ,. cent grove can; be grown here with but little expense to the owner as ford's store. and it is entirely becoming thata Nothing charged this sale. Ask about ."
. I there is sufficient grove now to pay the expense of enlarging it. A state flower which has a place among .
good home or investment for our easy payment plan if not convenient to
anyone. Quite a number of our townfolks at- the legends of the state should b
ROLFE FARM.-67J acres of land 1 mile from railway station, tended the department encampment at chosen as the State emblem. No pay cash.

4 school and church; 20 acres of good orange land; 25 young trees and a Zephyrhills last week. All report a flower is at the same time so beautifuland
I few large trees in bearing, large tree about 7 acres of splendid i
pear ; fine time and say they were treated so closely related to the picturesque
i J I I and ready to plant to citrus fruits; about 5 acres of cypress timber, royally. Mr. Lynch, of St Cloud, was history of Florida as the Cherokeerose OPERA HOUSE NEAR NEW DEPOT tt j
'- balance pine timber land; good neighborhood( lots of groves in the elected commander-in-chief of G. A. R. and the effort to have it adoptedas t

: 1 ; vicinity, 4-room house newly roofed, ceiled, front porch; stables. state department of Florida.A the state flower should receive the r#
KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
t Price $50 per acre, terms to suit the purchaser. support of all: the women's clubs and
i :: SWITRERLAND FARM AND GROVE.-An. excellent 6 acre committee called at the mayor's similar organization. 1'1
/ grove in bearing, 7-room house, good stables; 46 acres of land, half office the first of the week to ask the - J. E. RUSH, Manager. f..,
1 in cultivation, all good land. One mile from school, church and railway prohibiting of shooting of robins and Taken In.
1 I station, 3 miles from Kissimmee. i rice $7,000. Favorable such birds in town limits. The mayor ,J ;: '
Wife-My dear, look out there at .
V4\: I"" terms of payment. referred them to one of the early laws,
that palm, and take it
cow eating '
\ WALTERS GROVE.-One and one-quarter miles from railway which covered it all, made when the my l'
f I junctlon2 miles from a town of 2600 people, 200 yards from school, borough was first organized. in so you can vote right. "
Husband--The cow is "taking it in r
I quarter mile from church; 10 acres of land, cleared, fenced and cross ; -
\, fenced; about one-fourth fine bearing grove mostly grapefruit, a few The order of I. O. O. F., No. GO, of there is nothing left for me. I CHILDREN'S
Wife--I wonder what she has done
1' tangerines, .the balance oranges; good stables, chicken-)touse, grain St. Cloud, conferred its third degree on .
with the vote.Opportunity
bin and wagon shed( ; 3-room house; 2 wells; 7 1-2 acres of this land is three members Tuesday evening \ .

extraordinary fine fruit land, 2 1-2 acres of the land, lower ground- Doughnuts, cake and coffee were served for the Wage Earner. ReadytowearSpecial

fine for trucking./: This magnificent property can be had for $1,600 on and everyone had a good time. .

'f .' very. favorable terms of payment. Are you a wage earner?
A FINE little city farm of 5 acres lees than 1 mile from the H. E. HedricK is on the sick list at Do you know that you are the hub of
$? -, !; ,- .. business of- the town 6-room house this'nation's great wheel,of commerce? line of !Children's fihely-made "
portion ; good outbuildings; ar- his home on Michigan/: avenue; also C, : '" .
I.1"?; ; ? .- '" ;ranged for chicken industry; grape arbor; a lot of citrus fruits plant. J. Billingsly on Carolina avenue is sick. Do you know that great fortunes are -, ; \- ;

,' ,) \* .
*Vr ,...vj '- ",, goods, $2,500, favorable terms of payment. This is a little farm On Tuesday morning/ as a, colored your labors _,,' '1<, ",-
.-
and a good borne right in the city limits. driver of Reed's surveying camp drovein As others profit by your 'work why \

HOME and grove right at'station on the main line of railroad, back of Bass' livery stable to turnaround do How you?not' profit through them? Ladies' Dresses tIn

'S1 f 71 acres mostly pine land; has 150 large bearing trees, most orange, I he was caught between the i Your opportunity is to place portionof

,, \ a few grapefruit and from 75 to 100 younger trees that bear some Wagon and whee and hurt internally, I your earnings into Kissimmee real pretty designs in Oin hams, Mad-
now but will be getting better all the time; 10 acres besides the I going into convulsions. estate and profit by this growth.
cleared and fenced and for You can do it. Will you? That iSj ras, and Percale.
grove up ready farming or extending the 1
the question.!
grove; small box house and small building that could be used for. Robert Blair, on Florida avenue, is I

j? barn; this property is within 100 yards of station and would make a | very ill, with but little hope of his rccovary. .. I Ladies' Underwear -
valuable home for anyone. The owner is a widow lady and cannot .
j> manage the place. We will take pleasure in showing this place and I a I
the purchaser can deal direct with the owner. j' A box social will be held at the G. A. An especially fine line well made and 1

Any information desired will be cheerfully.given, correspondence R. hall on Friday evening, for the benefit I of good material.
I solicited. of the Christian church. Hot coffee -II CLEARANCESALE

and lots of good things to eat. -
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; NELSON REALTY COMPANY Everybody invited. I Mrs. E. L Pearce

, The building for the new postoffice, SALEIn ,

at the corner of Tenth and Pennsylvania -

;, I. '. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAFixtures avenue is making rapid progress order to make room for large I
,. p and it is expected that it be ready for.'I shipments of Spring Goods now s
1. oh the road, we will make the .= 1
"w' occupancy by April -
following reductions: i "
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"' Mr. S. A, Frisbie' of Kissimmee, Shoes That FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN i '}}
was a visitor in St. Cloud Monday.

'/" .. Miss Ula Truxell is seriously ill at WERE.NOW. 15,000 ACRES ,

the home of her uncle, Mr. Hart, on $5.00 $4.50

..j Carolina avenue. Finest Land in the Kissiinniee Valley For
"THAT'S MY BUSINESS" j
t 4.00 3.50 COLONIZATIONThis
'/i Mr. E. A. Martin, who for' the paat I

: Safes and Vaults few months has been engaged in the 3.50 3.00 tract comprises most of Township 29, Range 31, and lies along the ::> J

.. grocery business in the Johnson building EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEE ./1

.'"" Computing, Platform and Balance will retire from the grocery line 3.00 2.50 This large body of water affords the water protection against frost that 'X 'J
March 10 and take that of
up piano t.:
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.' is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to the successful ,
Scales. 2..35-- production of citrus ;
tuning. 2.75 1
fruits and early Tefetables. Every person familiar wits Florida know ILia... r
'f Market, Grocer and Display Refrig The situation is I ideal, being: only two hours by automobile from Kissi- a 'f
2.50 2.25
,< mmee, and also directly the
erators. Best In Southern Florida. on water route between Kissimmee and the
fessimmee River and lower
.Osceola t
County, where lands are :
Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: 2.25 2.00 being sold at three times what I ask for this. rapidly / 1 :1
1 Bonk Office and Store Fixtures. :
Dear Sir-1 want to thank you and Call on or write to .,, ;'

Sectional Book Cases, Filing Devices. the.Board of County Commissioner of 2.00 1.72 r tC.. W. WARD OWNER j h! t''l'l'ft f
> .. Osceola County for sending us the KJs- Kisaimmee, Florida

-.** "; School, Lodge, Church and Theater simmee Valley Gazette during the time 1.75 1.50 ., ,".'F t., ''
Seats. you have sent it. We take' the local :-I
1. ;:" papers of the different counties In 1.50 1.25 +MMtss.+wa'..........aw.........a a..a..asw...............,. ;; ,

't.;. ft ; WE BOTH' LOSE MONEY IF WE DON'T :
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V, ; that yours is the best of any local 1.25 1.00 FOR GOOD. PICTURES QO TO

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A't -t W. G., HANKINS far as w. know, not only that it gives 1.00 .85 :, THE GEM STUDIO ;. : t..ll ;

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Bh 1, 1912 -f 't, OJ !! .,. y ., ; :" THE SBTMMEETALLE: : GAZETTL ? -, Piule SV ,

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. LONG' ,fOR RiDA', -Natnr.eJs' O.,A,XARSON:; President;, :H. C,>bBYAMt.BBOMrrA, ) ." *" :?
*> '' i Warning ; ,\. r'I.. .

; ean1yy That "SELLS HOMES"" The Waters .& Carson
'4i' I Reading of Valley ,Gazfctte Interests lC aaiamee People MM Reeornix and {
v
Northern Business Men, Heed It. ,
dI :
4t'i.
4" H. M., BREAKER I The following letter retired: by Mr. kidney ill*' com quietly, -mysteriously. Company. ;

f I : C. W.:, Flaming of this city, is a fair In ..' : Grocery 1 ',7',7'Wholesaie'and

: dication' of the work that'the Valley But nature always warns you. ',

Gazette \la doing, for O.ceolcount,.. Notice the kidney secretions. i '
'
The writer, Mr. F. S.: Ewing!: and theman Sea If the color Is unhealthy w, Retail:Dealars InGROCERIES- + .

mentioned In the letter, Mr. Geo.' If then are settling and sediment,. f
,
Little, wt are 'informed' by Mr., Fleming Passages frequent, scanty painfuL' ..Yf

t1 t}> are both substantial business' men, It'. time then to' use Doan.'..Kidney : y

the sort that Kissimmee wants: tI Pills' '
?
I )., Grand Lodge, r'eb12; 1912. Toward off Bright'*disease dropsy. ) ' #

Mr. C.,W. Fleming..Kissimmee, Doan'a heve done great work' In Kis- WEI- SELL : l: , -"
'WE'
r Dear Sir I have received lately a slrnmee.Mr BUY. '

Hs" few copies of the paper published In *. P. G. Whit., Bermuda avenue, HAY : '\"'" ',' tH1DES l 'r;'tlc" , *

that place, (The Valley Gazette). Will Kissimmee Fit, says: "I suffered \ << : fl

say that Mr. Geo.. Little and myself from backache 'and pains through my GRAIN '. FUas : ,
certainly have enjoyed reading of,the kidneys and I also had a great deal of .
beautiful weather that yc.u have down trouble from the kidney secretions. FERTILIZERS '; '

there, while we are here in a bunch,of Doan'a Kidney Pills, which I procuredat SHINGLES WOOL ,.' '" \ I

ice and snow. It certainly is Interesting the Kissimmee Drug Co., relieved v''

to read of the progress of that little me of all of these difficulties, and at ORANGE BOXES AND ,. . r

town and wish we were there to live that time I publicly endorsed them.
ALL"
ORANGE WRAPS
' and help to enjoy the fine climate and During the three years that have since ,

lucious fruit, and help the town grow: passed I have not lost my faith in this VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY ::1 ."eM

But now say, we are more than ever remedy and I shall always be pleased

anxious to get there and you need not to give' it my endorsement." CRATE NAILS PRODUCE "' ,

. ''I. : j jre be surprised if we are. there another For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eta. ,
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.Y., soleagent.
winter. We hope that you and Mrs.
:.. _ _ for the United States ,
Fleming are in the best of health and Remember the name-Doan's-anc We sell field and garden seeds of all kihds. e

enjoying yourselves, and notice M/. take no other. We give ,special attention to fitting! out hunting and camping ';r! t
and Mrs. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. '
c t i- parties. . 'v;
; I ._ ? 4t Bayer, called on you people and that Prospect Park Lot .
'
much impressed with Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.:
they are very : We have two of the most, desirableand
+ Florida and their ways of doing business best located lots in Prospect Park, We are county.agents' for good' fertilizers. Ask us for circular, '

l in that part of the country! size 60x136 feet each, which we are offering and prices bn fertilizers
t I It! I, From the conclusions I am able to for 'a short time.f or $110 each,'
t Callon us if you want a great bargain.
draw'in looking through your paper, I .
47-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co, .
think a man can pick up a very nice

living and not have to spend 960 to 860 '
,
for fuel for the winter besides the

other necessaries in the way of cloth- Wood's SeedsFor NewFurniture" t
'
L
ing and so on. Have you.I
Ha.vO faith the future Kissimmee have ', ,
implicit in of w0. Well sometime when you have plentyof 1912. .
\ 1 made it our home. We have built up a business.oJSwhich we feel time and feel like it, wish you would -.. seen it? \ ,

', proud, and trust by honest, fair dealings to merit a continuance write us a letter and tell us how you Our New Descriptive Catalogis :' 'a

i'i'J J of a large portion of the real estate business in this section. If are and the chances for business and fully up-to-date and tells all Wehaven'talloursWekla '
you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the all the future prospects: for the town. about the bestGarden I yet but we're doing a rush I + :' '
.' smallest that be secured for invite to ing business with what we
4 l" price property can we you With these few lines from! this land of Store '
call and have. :
on ,
us.
snowbank I
am, '
I I Our line of chamber furnishings is
We'offer Vacant Resident -
,. t Property, Improved City Property Yours very truly, '
Farm Seeds.Every is especially strong. We r' ,t P
J Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at F. S. Ewing.
:' 1 lowest prices to be obtained. farmer and gardener Read about them carry,the best line of springs 4Rayo >* fifW

should have a copy of this cata- in the magazines on the market, and the most

0" No. 415-Very desirable vacant lot. this place. If you desire a home in HE PAID IT log, which has long been recog- then come here Lamps complete line of bedding In
" _Containing. three acrea, just' outside Florida write or call on us quick as this nized standard authority and see them the city. '
city limits la West. Kin mm_, good property will not be on the market longat as a
place to start poultry. farm or truck the price named. This property we Saw and Learns a Few for the full and correct informa- .
garden. Clone to churches and school. are offering for a short time for $12,600. Buys a tion which it gives.

I, A this bargain lot. at. f 175, Let us show you. parts Will sell if desired.as a whole or divided into two Useful Things We are headquarters for Clayton & Pigue ,

t- Down on Franklin street the other Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
.'a,; IV o. 601-An attractive home In i'ineoale. day a man went into a store to buy a P/"' vjs, Seed 0-+ts, Cow Peas, *" "" >" Upper BroadwayGRAPEFRUIT
This property Is just outside of No 402-Fine 20-acre orange grove located 8-U' 1t b
lie the kind he wanted and StSik :and till:l Farm Seeds.
city limits, on high ground House inside city limits close to school saw. saw awns"
d l Is two-story and contains* elglu.4-porua, and churches This property consistsof asked the price. It was $1.66, the
";; ,all plastered and hard oil finish, two forty acres of land, twenty acres of dealer said."Good Wood's Descriptive Catalog!! mailed
'.'...' porches, fine well and large: barn. which is in bearing orange and grape gracious," said the man, "I free on requestV rite for it. :
t.. This house is located on a live-acre fruit trees, ten acres additional cleared :
tract, with beautiful vlpwof the city and in cultivation; good five-room cottage can get the same thing from Sears & T. W. WOOD SONS.
ro' and lake. Land is adapted to cm us !! ; two deep wells. This is an excellent Roebuck for $1.35." .
1 'I fruits and trucking This pioperty can location, wt,ere you will have "That/ less than it cost me," said Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.STOKES -

>+i, be had for 33(11'( ) on very fuxoruble the freedom or'country life with secured city the dealer, "___ _I'll.. w-ell.. it n on_.. the_u_ sameterms j
: terms Will mlrodtioe. customer to advantages. Possession can be OR ORANGE GROVES
i owner and let. them deal direct on short notice. See this proposition as the mail order house just the .$ .

, s before purchasing. Price, $9,500; termson same." *
No 304-1m \1) farm, located on part "
pro "All right, said the customer, -- I
.d i best road IQOM.. ol"COl.ltV, 11 mile "You send it along and it YOU
from depot 10 acres! fenced and in can charge IF are goinato plant a Grapefruit Grove vi
No. 437-We are offering some very '
"
high state of cultlcatlnnlesttrueking. ; desirable resident lots, located three to my account. --:. or an Orange Grove buy your Trees from '
land in this section Hits, (rood well, blocks from Court House ,on nice high! "Noton your life," the dealer replied. I the Old Reliable Ocklawaha. Nurseries. i ',
t 3-room cluage!! stable, wagon shed and elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of all "No charge accounts. You can't do QUALITY COUNTS-Everythin you get from

poultry house., All ready for purchaser these lots. Cash, or short time. Let business with the mail order house that us is first-class. Our favorable soil and Ideation ', 'vf#
rk without dole
t to begin< any v or Money-making strains '
II expense of clearing land and waitingto us show vou these lots. way. Fork over the cash." for market 1 make it possible/ for us to produce: stock that has,

Improve before being able to produce The customer complied. .. growers> no superior: OurCONNER'SEEDLESS Early > j ti
"B ... ..:.. ..
SloW T l .lI
, l any crops.. This land adapted. No. OS-Small farm inside of city "Now 2.cents for postage and 5 cents, I A winner wherever.;bJUrly"'grown. Especially 1 ,Orange 18. far.superior to the Parson Brpwn.' _'
all kinds of citrus fruits
to growing ; limits. Tms of five-
property consists a for the order".. 1 the Souih.- CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT Is the best
PkU
; be started advantage money adapted to lOc oz. 40cj 1 1lb.$1.00.
to
good
grove can within of mile of
) acre tract a quarter a :
: lb.$3.7S. budded variety now produced anywhere. We have the ',
while land is being farmed. Price Osceola School. Small house fine "What-j"; : i .
High ,
1 $2000.! Terms on part if desired. four-inch flowing well, land all in cultivation "Certainly, you have to send a letter, Stoke.StanUrd Special CloU. elo. largest stock of two-year Grapefruit buds lln Florida,
The Gnat in the world. Write for Catalogue, full of good ideas and practical ; r
f No. 809. Splendid new 6-room house, this direction, City lots is building will very command fast in and a money order to the mail order ,Special Strain; ot Beet Cucumber,Miuk- t suggestions. See our Agent(; -
; soon a "
inside limits fine well house, you know melon, Watermelon, etc. J. E. MATTOCKS, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,
deep
lust city good price if owner should desire at anytime f
'. lot contains two acres of ground good! ,to nub-divide and sell it for resi- The customer, inwardly raving, keptto Send me your lid of amd want and I'll I i
I new barn, wagon and bu sheds, all dent purposes (Price $1,500. his agreement and paid the nickel. quote you my special wholesale prices formarket ,

', for under small good truck new garden fence.or poultry Fine location ranch. "Now 25 cents expressage.:{ i today (for garaenrrs.my lwadaome At illustrated any rate catalog, write Ocklawaha Nurseries TANGERINE 1 i
I'll behe said, "but he P LOR I D.A '
this is a fine proposition where you will FIVE; city lots on which is located a' "Well -fre. J
:e;: Will have the freedom of the country, nice new live-room cottage, fine view paid it, saying: Now hand me ,that Walter P.Stoke. Seedsman 1I

!/. yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages of the lake, cool breezes This prop- saw and I'll take it-home myself and Dept. 67 PhiladelphiaSPECIAL .
(t: of the city, such aa splendid erty ill located close to the proposed be rid of this foolery." I -
;.;' high school, best markets, churches, electric line, on high level lots. A --- -- -- -- - -- --- I r
at Let show thisproperty "Hand it to you? Where do you
). etc. Price $1500. bargain $1600. us you
: think you are? You're in Tampa and

(1 No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just I'm in Chicago:{ and you'll have to wait BULL MARKET '
The BASS j it <*ti
short distance beyond city limits on two weeks for that saw." ;
No. .3-Ten. located Park
Shingle Creek road. Clone' to splendid acres in I 0
high school, churches and market. Price Garden, all under !good new fence, land Whereupon he hung the saw on a ; a
1 $30.00 per acre. Terms on part if de.. plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to peg and put the money in his cash Beardm.BuildingOne; Block from Depot ,' .' '
', )'/ aired. !get on and start a crop without any de drawer. +
lay. We can offer this ten acres with : .
\' ..., "That, makes $1,67," he said. "It '' '
: the above improvements for the same Fresh Florida of all k4nds. '
No 381-A 20-acre tract. located' on price that unimproved land is being!! sold has cost you 2 cents more and has MEATS
marl road, two miles\ from depot: on and WesternPOULTRY. .5' .,$ .t i '
for in this tract. Our price $1000.00. taken two weeks longer to get it thanif ", ,
Cloud road has
St Property good desired.No. .
Terms if
on part
+ house and three-acre orange !grove in you had paid my price in the first
C bearing. This grove will yield from place."Tampa Tribune. EGGS. FRESH FISH : .
1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each 452-.Twenty acres located In Park ..
year. Sufficient, land cleared and In Gardens; five acres in cultivation, ten Special :01 lien lion to Phone Orders and Free
cultivation to Increase prove to twelve. acres fenced fine 2-inch flowing well. Expensive; Tree. ;
L144N
Delivery to any part of the City. Phone 189 ,
t j or fifteen acres, and at same time can This is conceded to be the best tuactjn We do not think much of trees In rp,
be yielding any garden truck desired.If Park Gardens, owned by a non-resident the United tates and let several million .
in search of properly that will bring weo desires to sell. We Will furnish acres of them burn without getting "' ,
;i, results this fall, and at all times while\ you with owner's address and you can excited but In England small forests .' fI1ol1Ell
extending new trove, Investigate this. deal directly with him. The price is attractive
and Individual trees
even ,
j This property is convenient. to town, and terms can be secured on are ::
has marled l road on one side one'end. part of purchase price if desired. maintained at great expense. If there .I.EITJEB's IJISDBUBGE JIBENOY -
Price.,200. Is not actually an outlay of money, : :. L .
5 the trees occupy land that could other- ,

) No. 468-Ten acres'lljolnlng city No. 457-Here is one of the most desirable wise be profitably employed. The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency in Osceola CountyFIRE : .' ,) 4i?
'4,1 I limit., on the Orlando hard road. Land homes to be found in our city. Probably the most noteworthy tree J;.
','1': ;, Is cleared, fenced 'and ready for the House contains five rooms, two porches, In the world so far as expensiveness LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH i >>'
, C..IY Perri i( R..rC..s.C. PRONe 118 :3tf
J ;, plow. The elevation is high, suitable two wells, city water and electric lighta.New Is concerned Is a plane tree which :.. COMPLETE I, \
I s for citrus fruits and trucking. This Barn and feed room. Lot 147ix '
grows In\ Wood street, In the city of
, property will soon be available for resident 1471 feet, covered with bearing grape-
London This tree lot ,
occupies a
" This is handsomely '
Lamp
fruit tangerine, and ;
purposes, as the city is expanding orange guava .
which would bring In ground-rent to "
rapidly. A bargain at 120000. peach trees, fine shrubbery and flowers. nickelled, height 29 inches,
" -.u Located in one block of court house in \h4. amount of $1,200 per annum. Ita.YII
the very best residence section. This much for the nature-loving qualities equipped with automatic self- CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEB '

r 1. ORANGE GROVE property is offered for the very low and,,Incidentally, for the fortune,, cleaning needle, globe and
'x 1:: No. Twenty-five-acre orange price of $2750. of the owner of that lot that the '
... i' grove, <<'ll under good fence. Railroad ancient tree flourishes safely year pump. Usual price $22.OO. Organized April 2d, 1910 }t_ Y

''P. I runs through grove; station adjoining No. 459-Five acres inside city, cleared after year We have the best line of Man- DEPOSITS S i"r
,'. property; good{ school and church within fenced and plowed, ready for culti! 1 r
tles in the South ,
c-- an4 supplies April 2.4.Ip10, 931 800 OODc
quarter mile of property. All crops vation. This tract is near the Aultman -

i.I. J. 'that can be grown in, Florida do wellon farm, on high ground. 1000.00 takes it. The Kissimmee Library.The at lowest prices. Estimatesand Dae., 3lat 31st,,' 19 1911 IO,,.173.36o.a8.I2O,244.43 ..',,; ', ,

KisBimmee Library offers to its expert advice Free.
i.IN subscribers a list gf over four hundred To entrust your banking business to us mean that you will receive ;. "Y e
!tIIirn. books by the best authors, any or all of every consideration consistent with gooir'' und conservative banking s r''
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BREAKER & Light .
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1 -: Over Osceola Pharmacy :-- bership. apt. Trench, the librarian, 111 EAST BAY ST. Directors: A. E. Donegan, Pres., H. M. Pfann1st V. P., -.t ,
KISSIMMEEFLORIDA will issue( you a membership card for Cl. W, Dann, 2nd Y. P., A. W. Winn, L. II' Cohoon, F. W. Hall.
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r CHURCH DIRECTORY A ( rp*M. RIVERS M. D., ei'rWISH- to My to,,the people
5 * FEW
;JOUQUETSReaders PHYSICIAN and SURGEON who are contemplatingv :
She has not the whole -
I <" *,. Pharmacy buying drain tile, that I.
''i Office oter Osceola ; have added a machine to my bus
ft earth to sell, but just choice' BAI'TI8T.. of the Valley Gazette Con L Residence 6J iness for making drain tile, thatI

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PHONES'otllee, 148
\ bits of it located '* A. J.; nolt'D] ,,"'D.;;;pastor. -t. bout to Enjoy j Reading in Its ;. , you can can make buy you outside a better, for tile,a good than

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"& Sunday- deal less money.

fekvi Bible School 9.45 a In. Columns 'of,, the 'Delightsof W. WINNPHYSICIAN Call and see my tile and get my

Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.151P-; m. Suoxissed Kis- prices before buying: it will pay
FLORIDACHOICE w I will make St 4 and 6 in.B. .
B. Y?B. U. 6:45: p., m. siminee. you. .

Communion-2d Sunday. PHOKS-Si Eiasi..... DICKERSON
.f a-OIlJOC8: .
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'. Following are a few, of the letters FLOaUIAo
3rd Sunday
t Mon dsy-(after ) OrrtcaPressVIT Broadway and Midland R.-R.
1' \ : Woman's MI... Union-Devo. 3 p. m. which have been *Deceived from Valley; : "

i HQMES Wednesday-(after lit Sunday). GazetteDreaders the put few days: TCT THOMASON .-

.. Union Social 3 i .
Worn. Mi. to5pm *.asa6t rb.attcaat tgltlk

SELECT FARMS Thursday- Editor Valley Gazette: I f "
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i i.I VACANT LOTS Prayer meeting 7:00: p. m. In May or June of .last year, I "sub PHYSICIAN and SURGEONOffice M. TILLER

Visitors welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. scribed for your paper and am enclosing ,

;, i AND ACREAGE always- amount which you will]) kindly credit.I i Phones 74 and 8. Residence 126 1 Real Estate Agency =

; r i desire to congratulate Kisaimmee in I WIENENGA
T"R. B. D. .ealaNeaeaa sareuwewaa auId
Ask About Them having so able advertiser.. You deserve -'

: \ MRS. SUMMERS S. S. Snyder pastor. much credit, and the people there I ..VETERINARIAN Realty bought and sold. ..

Sunday School .945 a. m.-A. S. should spare no pains in admitting your STOCK TREATED FOR f Houses rented. .. .

Lake View Cottar I Nelson, superintendent. aid, for without question in mv mind ALL DISEASES f Taxes paid and Titles verified ..

SOUTH KISSIMMEE I you are accomplishing more than all Day Phone 257Mflbt for non-residents.
Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. Phone 182 ORLANDO, FEA. f
) Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. other factors combined. Good wishes .II Fire Life and Accident In- =

tor future. I admire who surance. > .
a man
j' Prayer and Bible study Thursday7.00 your N. L. BRY N.

-- ,. .. has the "goods and can get there. with DR. Indemnity s.J
p. 1..1 :
/ m.Visitors most cordially invited to alli 'em. Yours truly DENTIST :

- A. D. Baker,
ervices. Squires Building
'. I I Cashiers Office L. S. & M. R. R. New York Avenue'

Spring FertilizingIdeal METHODIST.H. Polk and La Salle Sts., Chicago. ST. CLOUD FLORIDA The Home Bakery Man rI I


Bradford, 0., Feb. 17, 1912. J. W. SIMPSONDENTIST. .
T. Gaines, .
"c--Y' I pastor.i pK.) Takes this opportunity to thank

Fertilizers I i Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.-J. L. Editor Valley Gazette: the good people of this eityjfor
Allow me to thank you for a copy of: {
h | Oventreet, superintendent. their liberal patronage and would

; Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30 your spicy paper which I received today I Upstairs in Kali Building also take this means to say that' :;
Do you want a full bloom and one that will set fruit I only to find it full of interesting matter a. m. to 12 m. '
p.m.I I OFFICE BOURS: } : our limited Tacilities for making
Use Idear Fertilizer. especially interesting in many fine 1 1 30 to 5.30p.: m. .1
i I Junior League 2 p. m. productions from the pen of its editors. Telephone No. 76 Jun o. Irr goods will prevent (for awhile) our

Do you want the fruit to stay on? I Senior League Wed.; 730: p. m. general delivery to all parts of the ,,I
I certainly have enjoyed it. Hope in
1 I J V- Ideal Fertilizer. I Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7.30 p. m. DR.. \ W. CARSON city. Quality and variety will be t
I the near future to visit your beautiful .
i Holy communion ever 1st Sunday. ) maintained always. Our nice :tt
R. light materials, I!light i proportions, and Right combinations city only to field a pleasant place to DENTSi '
You are cordially invited to each of
are the secret of the succeHg which comes when you i sojourn. Very, truly, HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS h
j Une Ideal Fertilizer. these services. W. Vermillion, Office over Cole's Jewelry Store
Also HOT BREAD .
II I i Cashier Bradford Bank. Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 ',-
For greatest value of plant food Office phone 158
'" CHRISTIAN.I will be ready mornings and afternoons -
I Buy Ideal Fertilizer Residence' 23
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I A. M. Chisholm. pastor. Dresden, Kan., Feb. 12 1912. and a nice variety of PIES e
Send for free booklet entitled
our and CAKE-Parties and Wedding i ia
I Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. Editor Valley Gazette: E. DERBYSHIRE, M D., -

i S The Promising Grove. I I Bible School 9.45 a. m -C. E. Yowell I have not received my Gazette of specialty. f.

t a superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant Feb. '2d. If] you have extra copies
Special attention giventto the
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.Jacksonville. superintendent. please send me one .aa I do not want to treatment of Women and. A. SMITH a Ji

't' Fla. Christian Endeavor every Sunday miss one as I am interested in Kissimmee Children. DARLINGTON AVENUal

.. evening at 6:00: p. m. and its development You are i
:: Local Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I \
v Agt. Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 ....
'1",' I Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- certainly doing your part in boostingthe 24-3mospd: j

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: ery Thursday at 7.15 p m. town. Yours respectfully .u

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David D. Kidd, rector. Editor Valley Gazette:
"i "Move About like Wheelbarrow"
just a Services every second and fourth Sun- Dear Sir For some time past I have
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day at 11:00: a. m. been reading your splendid paper, BARBER SHOP JJ JJCold
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k ., ,. Communion 2nd Sunday* at morning through the kindness of yourself or

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services. some other friend. Please allow me to .
\ J. L. MOON H. D OBIOBaAT : : -
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,+ ." Guild meeting every first Tuesday. thank you most sincerely for the same. Drinks & Cigars 1?
r OON & GEIGER]
It has kept up my Florida fever all ,

.L 1 through this strenuous wetter whichwe
Statement \ ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice Kissimmee, Fla.
have been goIng through here in '

0I Made under Section ,W;!. Chapter friC La.... of Nebraska. I am in love with' jour State Bank Building I ,
Florida, the amount of taxe.eharredto
showinp
the lux Co,lector of Oaceola. Counnty." climate and hope some day that I may . Kissimmee. Florida .. ,
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Fiords. u be collected for the current year
I"'I 1 t. and the aooortionmr-nt of the aarae to be permitted to make my hume among
the several fund. for which taxea have been Would be pleased to have /JJ. F. KRIBBS::>
,. I levied: you. you \Jf I Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
send a copy of your paper to Mr. A. L. ATTORNEY AT -KISSIMMEE, FLA.
APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS. ::
''4t January I. 1912 Fritiler:: of Rifle! Colorado. We have .

/ I RevenueTo furnished him with some Florida litera- Examination of Titles a Specialy. ,
amount aAMMfloil 1..71'4 J '' 01 "
'I Amount collected, JI74 W ture and he is already, becoming inter- Notification and payment o(. taxes of PRESSING
balance Itt ..II'.el'wl I.'m! 15 non-residents careful .
given
. I ested.Yours respectfully, "d
s ,, General School Fund- attention. DYEING '
Amount Aaaeaned 23'.01 61 G. L. Sharp. j
\ Amount Collected 1''\W HI REPAIRINGLeave 1
Balance to be collected ISttU NO G. JOHNSTONATTORNEY -

t :., . See this Great Portable To County amount Koad aiuteaited 2OH44' H. Franklin, 1'a., Feb. 14, 1912. ROBERT. . '.
Amount Collected: 41611!< 8.1 Editor Valley Gazette: word at my house and clothes ..
Balance to be collected. lbIJa 99 will be called lor and returped.
-: Outfit You : 1"1.1- About one- thousand miles north of AT LAWKISaIMEEE
,; S .. Before, Buy To County amount|an.....ed...... ,. ... 6AA1 60 1
I c Amount<'ollw.ted .. 11g9 WBalanca you, 'way up in Franklin t Pa., It is /:
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
A to be collected.. ..... 8291! 64 cold Business of FLORIDA
Stationary Engine pretty awful.cold.
Huo-BchoOl! I>lat. No. J-... ,. __ J''
A mount.._oed.. ... ..... ... 1<01 ASAm :all kinds have been frozen up the past ,
..d .. ...,. ... LOUIS O. HAMEY 1'. rtCTOH WAaUOW
llixl A)344IJalanca
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+?f ,': ;: an engine'that can be used forpr cti ally! to be collected, ,., 1017 88 six weeks. I am sitting by the stove lAte Counaol for Judge of the fOR

r q r HERE light power requirement, with equal success. Sub-School aweaaed b lt. No. 2- 24- 79 trying to thaw out one dollar and fifty Florida K. R. Comm. Criminal Court ORIDA REAL ESTATE SALE "i ir:
To amount
run all kinds of light machinery as well as Amount ollxcted 47 <00 cents, one year's subscription to ,the MASSEY & WARLOW
Beautiful winter home Site. situated'in
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it will pump water, and is the best engine to use for Balance to be cullocted.1-' 196 TJ72H Kissimmee Gazette. I have taken this \
.. Sub-School Uint No ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOSAT the Lake Region' oj Florida. ;.y
spraying, operating country water supply and electric lo amount aiMteaHed 1u.s97, paper the past year and enjoy reading
Amount collected (''O 6.1 LAW i rucking and Farming Lands in largeor
lighting systems, etc. The usefulness of Balance. to be collected .110 its contents very much. It helps one Practice In all the Court of the Htat and of small tracts.
bub School Dut No. 4- the United State, alao before the Florida" Rail
to keep warm reading a paper from a
The Ferro Portable Power Plant To amount aaaeiuted sail< 74 Commtaalon.. and the Interatate Commerce l
Amount Collected 1" 72llalance warm climate. You can hardly realize lommlaaion. CITY PROPERTY!: A SPECIALTY; lJ
I is multiplied by mounting it on wheeled skida, so that one to be Collected "h6 02 ,
what it to live in a country 1-14 CHABLIUTON BLDO ORLANDO FLA.
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. means List
your property with me for quick
; person may easily and quickly move it from one job to Clerk < Ircult <'ourt OaccolaKAL where the thermometer has been bob :M I" salts.
another. (- : ) County Florida
Icy James M. Juhiittlou, D. C:, bing and down from 10 degrees
Come in and see this outfit One on hand for demon- --- up H. M. Breaker & Co.
' above zero to 40 degrees below for six ; .
1 ,; stration. It will put you under no obligation to. buy '.
StatementMade weeks. The first thing I see in your LIMONAHealthiest I )
whatever. Catalog free for the asking. Box 1715 KISSiMMEE. FLA. .:;
'. is "Kissimmee where the sun
under fftlon Ihnpter .VMiI iMBor paper ,

f e GEO. .N. SAUNDERS, BOAT BUILDER i Florida hnrircMl: Hhfmfng lo. the Tax the(Collector amontit of of OnoeolaCounty taxes keeps smiling every day." Many peo- Place in Florida I '

r ."rlll.\ to be collected for the ple from this county have migrated' to L :McCALLISTERKissimx:1oe's: ,1
'. Aicat for "FE 11110" "Marine and Stationary Entlocs rurrmit 1 \. and the apiiortlnnment
\ of .the Haint/1, the aeVf ral funuji for which Florida, locating all along the East : : : 'A'
': FOOT OF STEWART AVE. KIHSIMMFE FLORIDAAdvertising I taxes have been )tvie<1.APPOltTIOS'MEST Coast from Jacksonville to Miami and JUSTTEN MILES OUT OF TAMPAOn Well IDrlller 'f

OF I'OUNTY FUNDS on the West Coast at St. Petersburg, the Seaboard rj
. 1. UIJ y
.. February
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::;; different is prepared to drill
n..oe- Tampa and other points and at -

To amount "...ro."" 16TM( 01 points in the central part of the NORTHERN SETTlEMENT
cMlwlwrtUtilHiu 4a77 71
Amount H
I Long Distance e lo bn collected J2J./G :f0.eueral state. Going down there with their Farm, Groves and Winter Homes ARTESIAN WELLS .
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Phone 296 To mount a...e.Mud 2-111: rilAm""t families; going to farm and engage in ''f
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coll..IO''O' ma I AddressJ. in any section of Florida.
the truck business and the timber and
HnUnri to t h c i"ollertedCounty 17592X1. .
H,... & aHaifUMilAmount 20041 1i2 Ten years of successful Well!
is saying the right thing <.ollttle 5.4 :25; their' pockets intending to make Florida Drilling! is a Guarantee of my .(
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H lnno" In Ixi collected! 14791 their home. Florida is being advertised. '
Ability to produce the beat
; at the right time To< amount .oll..ct.d 17(1 OH
ItalaiH to bo oi>lle<.t..dHul 4\130\ 52 union now. Northern people are wak- ,Ill'TWO

.; .l 'f in the right way T4i amount).!School aniMMkHed Dint No. 1- 1601 9264J ing up to the advantages Florida pre- F. H. Jenkins R. B. Woodham AND FOUR INCH 'i r

Amount oo leotedllalance : 14 sents to energetic, wide awake northern WELLS A SPECIALTY f

fi *1' We make a aoecialty of planning, preparing. to bn I>rollortcdHubSchool l 101. No. 2- U&9 18 people who want to make a good honest Jenkins & WoodhamSURVEYORS *.. ';.
literature and conducting for .... lJ
campaigns To amount*" <1 241: 79 and accumulate a little P. O. Box 344
living easily
; ',\ Land Companies Boards of Trade, Munici- Amount collucbid 4J\ UKfW ==-----" -=-=-- -_. J "
'i Balance to be collM t xlMttb lilt 46 fortune as they go along through life. :
palities and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN chool Dust No 3- Eleelzc.zc.ee.: : Florida
To amount aaafmnedAmount I 97 I i The Kisaimmee Gazette is doing its I 1 .
collected I .. 383 W '
the all
share spreading good news over
Balance to be collected! 701NK8 all
: ADVERTISERS !Hub-Kchool: O<*t. No 4- the north and we predict the next ten
.BHeafteu'A 74 I
To amount
mOil at col leo ted .. :a a7 years will see Florida booming alive NEW' 1
1 f Balance to be collce'ted.' 860 fJI with active industrious yankees, mak- TRY OUR
Kissimmee Florida
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TAMPA FLORIDA Clerk Circuit Court. Oaceoli l Oouuty. Florida. ing the wheels of industry hum. Every-
I By Jamei M. Johnston D. O
(Seal body busy, all making money and en- 1

joying life .. they never dreamed of in -I 1I LUNCH COUNTERHot j
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Big Bargain In a Home. Florida before. Yes, accept this $1.50

: Splendid new six room bouse just inside for one) year's subscription to the Kis- Oyster Stew, Ham and En, ....
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GARDNER ELLJS city limits fine deep well, lot con- simmee Gazette. Yours truly, rIDOrida ( Sandwiene. etc.
I Grower
"" tains two acres of ground, good new E. A. Wilson. .1" .

barn, wagon and buggy sheds, and all =

; Electrical Contractors under good new fence. Fine locationfor Pittsburg, Pa.. Feb. 15, 1912. For trurkera and frail (rowan. For ALL GOOD AND CHEAP, '' ,
small truck garden or poultry aanch. I folk who want to know about Flor :
Editor Galley Gazette: ida. Weekly f 1.00 par rear; monthly I
This ia a fine proposition where you 2fie Band KM for a ten issue trial ..... ," ,'"
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{ We Guarantee our Housa-wiring to Past all Insurance InspectionletUsfloureWlthYou will have the freedom of the country, Enclose please find stamps for six aubaorlpttOQ 3nappr" Brl ht. Clean.THE I "

.' < enough; to enjoy all.theadvan- months subscription for the Kissimmee BaV Dibble & Son ..

f, '. ". FIXTURE WORK ? fagte.close the city, such M splendid high Valley Gazette. Its all O. K. FLORIDA GROWER ,' ?
; school best market churches, etc. 500 Florida AV.*M.. Tarps,Fla. I .
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: EVENT FAVORS JHE PROPOSED LAWKansas' .
GREAT MUSICAL ,j I ,
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t Metropolitan Concert lompany Id be In", i National Presidential' C1iiiton'sSquab '. > '. ,


In Kissimmee! Monday+ ,Night. -- Primary.- I, : :' :

The The bill to be presented to congress i {; "
Metropolitan Concert Companyof *
; farmer
for a federal presidential. law
New York will be at the_ .pastime.Theatre ( primary: ,
,: will 'afford,test of true progressive-I' ls the Title :

.(Monday,. night 'March 4th. Ism. Tboep who believe In popular : o"o''d'1

Auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society. '. of government and who trust: the people By ADELE MENDEL .. : U
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the Christian church., ; !' will' vote for''.the enactment of' .. ., .\. ' 'f' ,'
,The Metropolitan .Concert,. Company; such ,a law. Those*who ,depend on A. .' I', "
is composed o> four' renowned 'musical secret machine methods, will 'oppose "Accidents are. liable 'to.happen. '

:artists; heading.the' company!is -Mr.: ,,.Its' enactment.; ;i e.: the best regulated 'families; bemoaned Is the main question and should 'always"be answeredby ., . '
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VlctorPran.kl 'great Russian Of course the bill ..It is projectedby Mrs. Harvey I .
tenor
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progressives' of both parties'will "What calamity 'Ii distressing you .
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of a marvelous and beautiful voice; of a disinterested authority. The .> I
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encounter the objection that it Is "un- now? asked Clinton, who was, spending / '
the 'heroic style. Mr. Pranskl, who constitutional Every: good thing Is his college vacation at his sis- 'H' :
rang in grand opera in Russia as well said to 'be, against the constitution. ter's suburban home. : < i

aa in Paris, and who has been engagedin But the constitution Is not half as "Only: that we expect the Hancocksfor Title Co. }
Guaranty ,
London for next season, MIlS bad as It Is represented to be by dinner and the squabs haven't' ,

Margret Richey if the Prima Donna of those who say they are Its closest come." I ,
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the company: Miss Richey who haa friends, "How easlly.you women are Imposed 'J .,. .,

recently returned from Europe, where A national presidential primary: cer. upon. If that butcher promised to deliver will search and examine the title to'the' land' which '\ ,\) :"
talnly: could .not:be as evasive of the those birds, why aren't they ,
.he with success In England and .
sang constitution as is the entire systemof here" 1 / :
Germany, .and possesses a voice of rich national party conventions. The you are about to purchase Osceola County, or else
1 "I didn't order them from the mar :
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and fine qualify Miss Richey is also avery constitution provides. an electoral college ket, but from a farm about three where in Florida, and if found to be good will Guara. .' :' ,; ,:
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.iI beautiful young woman Miss for choosing a president' We miles north which is famous tor Its ':

,? Richey is a southerner by birth being still have an electoral college; but It ; ;young pigeons" tee you against loss by reason of mortgages,. liens, _
born in Richmond, Virginia, 24 Simply records what the conventions "
yearsago.
]4ot for Us punctuality, however! 'J '
: initiate and the. people determine at Cheer up Glrlltln 1'1cbaae\ down unpaid taxes and adverse, claims. .. I

Miss Josephine Gerwlng, the violinistof the! polls" The electoral' college will there and wring them back even If It is'our business to clients ' .
prevail under the new proposed ar protect our and'patrons ;
company was considered a violin I have to have a squabble with some

'f virtuoso by such great men as Joachim ,rangement.'that the The people change will will Initiate be simply cantankerous old farmer" said obliging \ against investments in imperfect titles. We accomplish '., f'

' and Max Bruch. the later often accompanied that the not the machines, Clinton,- who waited only long i ''
people and 1
I enough to 'receive directions, then this by a thorough search of the' records' and
the his
: her piano playing
on will control the nominations.
1
went at breakneck speed on his com '
'
own composition. Miss Gerwing was The direct senatorial primaries mission. life issue of Our TITLE POLICY; or Guaranteed Certifi ,.. '

,! born ih Cologne, Germany, on the within the several states are another '
Clinton arrived breathless at a little
< Rheme, and is one of the great :young Instance of a change In the methodof piece of landwhich was an apologyfor cate of Title. - ,* < p; ;
it selecting.blgh federal officials from
; women violinist now on the concert farm, for it covered with
{ a
'Ii: stage that method contemplated in the constitution old-fashioned flowers was, a tennis court The Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Business throatbent tie State of Florida ;

: Mr. John Rebarer, the pianist Is a The move, for 0 a national presidential and croquet arches Abstract to City. and County Property made and delivered oa. short notice ; "

..'' :young man who possesses a splendid primary embodies the right prtn- "Where's the farmer!" he asked a --- - - # - '

technique and light musical touch; is cjple In tHe right and, practical form. freckly faced :youth. r A'' : '

; also a musician of; extraordinary It is right for both parties. It I'.nonpartisan ; "In ttte barn 'yonder" grinned the \ x '

ability. The will be a select Progressives of both parties boy.Clinton "
t program ;
one to please all classes. Tickets 50c.75c. In every state should Insist that approached the barn Intent

1{:i and1.00.t'On .ale.at Robersons 'their senators and representativesvote upon venting his indignation, when : .


,ai;\I, Drug Store., For Sale ,I trol City the for Stir nominations It-vote, for It of In 1911.time-Kansas to con TITLE[ GUARANTY CO;;T 4i



I Control of Senate.
11 1 160 acres of land about 4 mile. from -; '
The appointment of Obadlah Gardner ,
1 Kissimmee, near the lake. 15 acres in. Democrat, aa member of the national I Capital Stock $loo ooooo S- w

11, cultivation; fenced hog tight: small senate from Maine, Increasesthe S ,

house, well: 40 acres more of land fenced democratic vote In that.body to
i with barbed wire for pasture. Perhaps 42, with reduction of the Republican I CARROLL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary :'I :

Al half of this land is good citrus membership to 49. V. R. JUDSON, Treason 'TOOMER &: REYNOLDS, c.;.. Couuel. '

II fruit land balance good fanning and During the special session, the tariff .
/ bills were passed as the result of :;. ..
Considerable
j I J and trucking land. pine
r"J" timber land, some commercial saw tim- affiliation of "progressive" Republicans .
with the Democrats At least ten Bisbee Jacksonville Fla. '
Office ,
Home Building
: ,
- t her, lob of cross tie timber. Price I '
such Republicans are counted on to
17.60 per acre on favoraqle terms of cooperate wltl Democrats on tariff i Branch Office: Kissimmee, Fla. / ,

payment. legislation In the coming regular session '

4 NELSON REALTY CO. t I r .,1', '

, 10-tf Kissimmee Fla. If only four of those gentlemen were 1 I

'- -.- - -- - to continue to act with the Democrats, LEWIS O'BRYAN ,- Manager Kissimmee Branch stI
the old-time stand,pat element of the I' ", ty ,

, THIS ADVERTISING PAYS Republican. would be In a minority.With -. ., t
the house .o assuredly Dem- -

Results Obtained by Sacramento Development ocratic and conditions described existing 1kYr

Association Have Been |In thAI upper branch, it remains . ... . ,.. t t

Very 8atlafa tory, simply for the Democrats to hold together ..
V
.1. -- in favor of broad sound prin- oV V V V V '
Although less than halt of the $110.1 ,- ciples of tariff legislation to make the "
I .
000 advertising fund of the Sacramento coming session memorable In the Records . .
ft 1 Valley: Development association has of political reform and Increase "

been available during the past three the proportions of Democratic success : |
... g .
months, tangible results have been obtained to be attained In the national "I Want to See ,the Squab Farmer." i' SANITARY PLUMBING ,

I _; .. .__ .according,to'the report,of See election .-
' retary 0.. H, Miller.:, '. standing \ ; ,.
to his surprise, la the door. : ' ,
:: 'The report showed that big resultsare the value of house '. .
,, "Records" That Disagree. way a pretty young girl In a pink and Adds to your

l < commencing to accrue from the When an enterprising reporter :white gingham apron looked tip to him i ., . ' 'I v,, .i,'" '.,'*fy I.:,'..*,..'.-i/.;..1-J f,> .' ', .... .
\ d
.
.. I' l eastern advertising, 'which the association asked Theodore Roosevelt whether he with questioning sparkling liquid "
. ,>, "-,' recently placed in about seventylarge would issue a statement after be had eyes. the Health'of
Insures
: .' From July 16 to your ...
publications. .
"digested the government's petition, "May: I be of assistance" she asked I S.
. 15:a total of 1.020 inquiries FamilyA.
August Mr. Roosevelt laid: "It might Interest as he stumbled over a: few squabs.. : ,
i i-; : were received from this advertising you to look up my testimony be- "You seem to be In dlmcuU,.." .'
Of the inquiries received as stated In
fore the congressional- committee In I
r "Will you help .me pack these .M.- .
lead with
the report farm Journals August To what I said then I have squabs," she replied in a well modulated -
6E1, dally newspapers with 197, and nothing to add." Yet all that be said voice. S ,
magaslnes, 140; those received from S; Plumbing can only be done
miscellaneous sources were 82, and then was that he was sure he acted "Gladly'! Besides I want to see the Sanitary '
wisely In the Tennessee Coal and Iron "
from the Sunset Magazine.. 60. This squab farmer best materials by experienced S' mI: "
t la an average cost of 80 cent. per Inquiry company matter: that he did what be "Then there Is no need for a formal with the .
did In order to stop the panic, an'dthat ,.
Introduction for I'm that party.
+ and which is regarded as exceptionally
he accepted unreservedly and workmen. S'
"You!
month
good for the poorest ,
without Investigation everything that "Yes" laughed the girl. "You lookas
of the and Is considerably below I '
, ;I''\ ,i the average year usually established as the Gary and Frick laid This habit of if you had seen the eighth wonder We carry the finest lines of plumbing hOur : .
.
. appealing to what he calls "the rec- of the world."
+4 cost for each Inquiry. :
. The members of the committee declared ord" is an old one with Mr. Roosevelt "Well I' was wondering at your >< material 'f; 't
'f'o' themselves pleased with the results As long as a man can make his own strange vocation," acknowledge Clinton w>

t of eastern advertising and voted record, and Interpret It as he pleases the capable
most S
.
'..q? ( to appropriate $7.500 to be used in this method of meeting an Issue is "These plump little birds thai you i plumbers are : > ,

-;"q!f additional advertising during the winter most satisfactory least to him In see here, there and everywhere mean ; the the I ",
in city.
months. -' this case the beat record up to dateis that I can continue my: college course I ,
j' '
1I the bill filed by the government and probably go to Europe next .um- ; "

't'k\ Advertising for'Direct Returns. against the steel trust mer; said the girl; wHo seemed to have ", ",t

kI 1 Our ni-lKhbor killed 'hla Tlioma Cat all the charming attributes that Clinton -I' '
For reuHona nil hit. uwn admired. :; 'S'Z ;
Where Is
I, Then he was .. iiry. for the deed. DalllngerT
. lie felt no Hud And lone.Next "I believe," said Secretary Fisher to "I'd eat squabs five times a day If ;

" week e.i-r he he not advertised replies, one.And the American Mining congress, "that that would' help!" he. exclaimed en- Z; ASK US ABOUT YOUR WORK :

," _, The old tat turned up home again/ the time has passed when the govern thusiastically. "
It. pHyn t" ad\ertl ment should an unrestricted Greatly interested, Clinton hardly I "
convey
T K M] In New. York Telegram. '
: title to Its coal fields. . I believe realized how the time had flown until Osceola Hardware 'Co. < 1; :

,;. C A Quick Recovery. the leasing system avoids the he looked at his watch. z; 1 .;
?$4' "Mamma" said Johnny, "It you will controversies and the difficulties of "By Jove! My sister is waiting Impatiently .

i '. let me go Just this one time I won't both extremes, of public and of private for my return May I come \...;: j

S, ask for anything to eat ownership. . The adoption again and bear all about the squabs J

s. t' "All right," said his mother "Get of a leasing policy will take away asked Clinton, "and you," he added to g o.: \

tr ,. your hat" from the promoters of such a road (as himself. 4 ,
Johnny perched on the' edge of a one to the Alaskan coal fields) the Clinton's mind after be had left the i -- -- u. u.__ _u_ ___ __ '
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A t bfg chair became restless aa savory lure of great gain from the exploitation charming girl was so preoccupied with i, -- Nice New Home. Cheap ,< ,

odors came from the region of the of the coal fields. The government thoughts of her that he was rather For Sale' Fallacy of Cheapness. ...,': 1

= kitchen. At last be blurted out: must recognise that if It withdraws tonished to see his slater coming al.l 50 acres of land adjoining the city If a man buys Junk It's a cinch he We offer, for quick sale;'Cauewsl:' .: l,
"There's lots of pie and cake In thl.bou.e. from private capital this incentive ward him with the words about half of sells Junk. It is also a cinch that sllkja t" 1 "\
'f' ." those squabs," limits of Kissimme, room house with hallfand 1 two porches,'. ; f
"Where are
for railroad construction the government land and adjoining are never bought at rag prices. But :
admonishing face of his mother thoeo T" he which is good citrus fruit located in the we.t'part "of(the city t.
Tbe Itself must assume the obligation "Where are squabs re almost invariably when a
man buys
::1 p recalled his promleo and be added: of making possible the kind of iterated. ."Mercy! Ill hike back and a fine grove, which fchows what junk he tries to fool himself into believing Fine well of water on back porch 200 ;
that to meT' -from" the land will produce; balance splendid feet Rood barn and outbuildings.
:' "But what's development upon which it Insists for fetch them. he has bought a first-water dia deep ;. ,?
} Success Magazine. the general good." 'It'. too late BOW. The guests arrived trucking land. This land is owned bynonresident mond. He thinks: by: some miraculous Also a small 3-room cottage on the rear'* (

j Real Advertising (. New., No sale of Alaskan coal lands! Government sooner than we anticipated" who will sell for much means 'the junkateer has a short cut end of the lot, suitable! for rental par,. 4

.JI Tme suocesful merchants of today: ownership of a railroad to "Clinton,'" she said grasping his less than its value. We want to show to perfection that the rags, have been po.... Young shade tree set In front. it

"'..e place ''u1etr faith in honest common- the' coal fields! arm "din :you have such a dreadful you this land and quote ,you bed rock mecerixed at leaat to n..Uk.-Lucu of lot. This Is a great bargain for' Jf.

/ ense.. persistent publicity. They, know Where is Mr DaJllngerT, forgot quarrel wltb .the rand old.farmer T" 'that :you prices '- News. $1,600 cash.' If yon are looking'for a ". 1 If '
:your ,
} that advertising is simply news---news Of course Big Business has not "Hardly that" answered'her abashed NELSON REALTY CO. home, don't fail to see this proposition.: :
and prices! and store : Kissimmee, Fla. The Yellow' Peril. c ." ""'-
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of merchandise given hope of blocking the trust "It would exhaust vocabu lOt 4tf H. M. BBEAKX\ A ;:
up brother.
my:
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'. "!TNe. and so on. And the advertiser The Advertising Manager-Shall Iran .. \'
busting game. And it Is prepared to lary to tell that aquabberlno farmer .IJ"
"' the people the new they: ; ad next to pure reading matter \
Notice your
who gives sort of give up liberally long before It givesup what I 'thought of her. By the way: .. GET H., N. BRATTON,to.'driveyourartesian ; ,
read has the only power '. ?
: _I over want pocketbook to ,that Is,fundamentally hope Jane, .why,. don't -you. ever wear pink' The public is hereby notified that Mr.J. The Ad.ertl.er-Y.. ; If ;yon can find wells. -43-tf.. j*'?':""t.f't, r';
r -A! .
and white.gingham aprons, they're
so *
: Bound. -Baltimore San. Always. the Same Song. .,H. Bryan Is no longer connected/ with any reading matter In :your paper that
f.tcblncr .
.. .T.VI\ When the trusts are hard bit they "Is that the reason you didn't fetch the Zante Naval Stores Co., and neither could be considered pure.Exceptional. Food for the""World N, 11(,.! ;

i His SUCCI.... always predict hard .times ...aln'aad the squabs," asked Mrs. Harvey Indignantly. the Zante Naval Stores Co. or the It Is said that the nut tree of the,'! t "y ,.

;. 1'wonder'If..anybody will every at-: suffering for their old friends, the "Well, It'. the last time I send. Peninsular Naval Stores Co. will be I '. world could furnish nourishment for" ;

" : J .tempt to fix weather algns ,on a common peopl-.A.t1aDta.JournaL you on an errand! responsible for any bills made by Mr.. "The boast of the vest la that one the entire population ,of, s the' globe' t t. 4 .'
$ 'belcbtr. ins can rise there very rapldlyY. ." BraaU nuts: grow la .ucla.'profUlloa ... .,
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r"You won't need to send the next Bryan; I 't. ,
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,t"" . f. .. "Becawi'It It'is i!safe to say., that Mr. Tatt b.I I time becausevrm':'going* there tomorrow Zante Naval Stores Co., ... but often' on" the end ,,of a that great qualtltlee,are wasted e1'7. ; I'ear.
t'I la.more or,ISM a" vane, ,not< be'in great demand/-after '' 'afford rope." Id ... ." 'ac .
on my own answered '
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f J ? ')Togo 6 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY (U2ETTE' March 1,191 ' .I tCv .

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; 1) 'The, 'Kissimmee Valley: Gazette. J ASK, FAIR PLAY .. ,\.. ,. ".. ,

, ,Newsjnveek:
Sanford Paper Declares that Massey

lib h 'W. B.. HARRIS .-', -_ /.___ -- -' .. -"'-.Editor- and Proprietor F4.I. . .....,Should Stay,but,.of fight _= Leading CTtab; ,of the1 pact seven' : ..
J,D. kUYkENDALL; : :; ? Associate EditorPUBLISHED" : RyfrLt .
. .... The Sanford Chronicle says regarding day innnurized for.busy
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( .. . ... __"_ __ .._. __ ":=--: "-'---:=-1=. :-- =- -4he senatorial'flghtL "* Y lley Gazette reader

r; ., EVERYFR1D.iYOFFICll'tN'VALLEY 1 That was H,nice, genteel little meeting
GAZETTE BUILDING ", of the county executive committee
kfSSIMMEE. OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA i other met' and turned An investigation; of, the election of
the day. 'They
A'A'a .. j Senator the' king of
1 Dupuht powder
,
'- -" '--'- --' the meeting into a mutual admiration ;

_ s 'SUBSCRIPTION RATES; 1 society and decided that since Orange; Delaware U demanded in a 'resolution i4NGPOWD .,

One copy one year -. n' .. $1.50 j+ county has held the .enatoJ:'' job *for introduced in the- Senate by Senator .,

a Ope copy, fix months:! .. .. .. :' .. .75 eight years and was strong enough to Reed, of Missouri' It is alleged that j

I On copy three months _. .. .40 I hold it-for eight more and therefore DuPont's money has ruled in Delaware Absolutely Pure
r .. '
.
Ii' "----'---- j po agreement to divide with Osceola elections for years.

." .' All communications, except from our authorized correspondents must be'J had ever been made and bets .were off. I I Senator Gardner Introduced a bill
the writer.
I signed by :
Of the executive committeecan
course under which the U. 3. governmentwould ; r

Rejected matter will\ not be returned unless called for. endorse Mr. Massay for senator take over the properties of the I EASY
M f I and can declare that he is the only express companies and! operate them a.1 MAKES HOME BAKING
tn red at the Postoffice in Kissimmee, Fla., a< second-class mail matter. man capable of holding; this exalted a.part of the postal service.. !) I

1-. position, but that does not mean that
Growing unrest on the Mexican
t ; F'ritdar. 2arch ::1.. :1912: the people of Orange county will let it
a ,
: r- borders of Texas threatens to lead to Biscuit.
____n______ go at that. Light,
American intervention in the Mexican Jc
i! lion L. C. Massey is one of the .
")I1y hat'. in the ring" says Roosevelt LET HIM ALONE.In trouble. The mexican rebels captured Delicious .
.. finest men in our midst and I have always Cake
., W. rather expect that the hat Juarez on the border and plan to t.J
voted for him but Orange coun-
I ; .
will\ get mussed up aome.I' case Roosevelt is nominated by the march on Chihuahua and Mexico City. '
is in bound to ask him to give -
; Republicans-. he will l be elected-If elected ty duty The Mexican government professes no Dainty ,Pastries
I' ,. Plant City shipped 22.800 quarts' of at all-bv his enemies. T. R. has up the position\ this time to a representative alarm over the upri ing.
6 i last week. As as we from Osceola and such
strawberries near that'Is an agreement ; -
the faculty of turning everything;
i I about a million made and is Beirut, Syria was shelled by Italian Fine Puddings
---0;. can figure that represents said about him 'into a free ad. The was verbally a .
delicious bites of short tentative between gunboats killing 60 people.A I
e deliriously best way to insure his 'defeat will be. agreement gentlemen -
cake. Yufn-yum. ; treat it as you please.Mr. Crusts
for every Democratic paper and every probe of the alleged "money-trust" Flaky ,
be candidate if he
>-- The Gainesville Sun. writing of a Republican and !independent paper Massey can a was agreed upon by the House of Representatives -

battle near Gainesville In 1864, says: which is opposed to his candidacy, to so pleases and his friends can 'have ,
I the of him but
privilege supporting ,
The Massachusetts troops after burying be silent regarding him during the campaign really it won't be fair ti your sister A rate of $1 a ton on all ships, including Trite only Bakina W.w0ae li -
{o their dead and a brief rest proceeded instead of spreading his name ,
American is fixed the toll
as
county of Osceola. It is duty to
on their march." For the life of in glaring headlines across the front your I till) .. .-
give her a chance. Oaceola comes to for the Panama canal in a bill which from Royal Grape ca-.e-: ., >rf
t I, as we can't see why they wanted to page as most of the Democratic papers is cons.dered .
being by
this time with clean congress.
you a manly
__ bugy-that brief rest. did when he announced, he was 'in the :
honest, self made man in the personof Ospina, the Columbian ambassador
fight. Silence is more deadly to T. R. P ,
l'' The Weekly True Democrat, of Tallahassee than is abuse. Arthur Donegan. He has been whose letter stating that a visit of

one of the-moat excellent pa- .--- successful in business, has made good Secretary of State Knox to Columbia ,
--- -----
.,f .,-><.rjlj; lA Jthe state has become a semi'I' as a legislator and county officer and would not be acceptable came near -- -- -----
: weekly. This is a pleasing sign of. WHY? can hold the position of senator with The State Good Roads Associationmet
+. causing serious complications, was recalled I in Ocala with a large attendanceof
..ft: r '* progress and the subscribers are to be With 300,000 for Hillsborough Bay : honor and", credit to the .counties of by his government which disclaimed -II POLITICS OF WEEK delegates.

congratulated on the more frequent and $350,000 for the St. Johns River, Orange and Osceola and Arthur Done- any responsibility for the let- I IJ It

,i L visits Of this wideawake paper. and smaller sums for several other I gan will be elected.State ter. A cordial invitation was extendedfor Notice.The .
-- I --- -- ---- (Council the of Klwlmnie Flon- '
City
( rivers of the state, in the Rivers and ;
Knox \
f Ii i' ,, West when to visit Columbia. da. will\ on orbefor.7:: p m on the 2fllh Ur
can
, "Why go you produce Harbors Appropriation Bill, why is it i J lix-president Theodore Roosevelt an- of March. IVU. reoelve.o.led' bide for th. pevlea
> 167 bushels of corn on one acre of that the from Kissim In order to justify its arrest of some nounced that he would take the Re- with vltrlfli-d. brick, with suitable .curbing
r. great waterway Brevities of Darllngl' ncvenne. between Pl<_ l.t .tonne
J .- --Tennessee land?" asks the Knoxville mee to Fort Myers has not a dollar ap 300 students and teachers in Corean publican nomination for the presidency .nd Hlewftrt. avenue, except the lut r.(*otlon -
F 1; k LA Journal and Tribune. Why indeed mission schools Japan has sent a letterto if he could it. He of sold Darlington.. avenue and Broadway.The .
propriated to it? Candidates are ask secure immediately work to b done In "nt.n..e with. profile
f Come to Alabama where you can pro- Items gathered here and America claiming that those arrested II i>lflratloim made br the city. rnrlnrera -
entered into the
to nomination -
r ing support on the strength of what among a fight secure I snit aid In the olHr of the City ('I.rlr.
duce 224 bushels on cne acre.-Birmingham ;- they have gotten or are going to try to the towns of Sunny Florida were in a conspiracy to overthrowthe I and already the lines of the two All bid. to be addn-anerl. to the "1'rvildent" of
Bid. 11'he I
,' marked "t.P..loR
; News. But if you are talking get for their districts. On this basis Japanese regime in Corea. The factions of the party are being sharply Council 1:011111.rvo.and .. the right to reject any i t
'A; about exceptional yields, why not come Missionaries claim tnat Japan is attempting I and all 1>ld.
the drawn and indications of bitter
Kissimmee Valley-has not a con- Owing to the scarcity both in Cali- I are a 1); onlxr of the Council this 27th day ol Ftb *
,' to Florida, where the value of the gressional crndidate for whom it can fornia and Florida celery- has been to crush out Christianity in fight. The first sign of battle was hi ruary. A. D. 1912 ;
NOal; \ J. R- Iirt.aaRT.1(1at .
I.j' product of an acre has been as great as vote for none of them is paying the ''I| bringing about $6 a crate in the Corea. I Alabama, where Roosevelt supportershave I ( ) ClArk of the City of Klwlmmee. i
that of 4,000 bushels of corn?-TimesUri -
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'.j lightest attention to the needs of this northern markets. The Democratic members of the demanded a presidential primary JOHNSON 1 i

0/ -.:- --I ..-."""" 'n.. section. Even the appropriation for a !! Live Oak is to spend $25.000 for brick House Ways and Means Committeewill The Wilson campaign; in this state ANDREYo

BESTOWED NOT INFLICTED fish hatchery on Lake Tohopekaligaseems I! paving. report favoring a 50'per cent reduction -I was opened by a big mass meeting in ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ,J
", ; ,- to have dropped into a state of ,' Two men were .convicted ii. the in the sugar tariff.A Jacksonville Tuesday night. Will Practice In all CourtaState "k

Associate Editor Kuykendall of the quiescent desuetude. In the words of'I Federal court in Tampa of engaging in Senator Uankhead arrived in Floridato and Federal
tells how to Artemus Ward we ask, "Why ip! this "White Slavery. tremendous strike involving a million -I feel out the sentiment with referenceto Office adjoining Broadway .. ;',
Kissimmee Valley Gazette thusness? I in persons, was started in England. Underw(,ood, as president. Citizens Bank Kismmmee .\.
pronounce hi A name. His copy was The Elks stat' convention closed
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readable, but It did not make his name 1! Tampa Saturday. The meeting next --

pronounceable. He is a good editor THANK YOUl year will be held in Pensacola. "

: though and probably had little choice I Loss of $50,000 was caused by a fire ,
when the name WAS.inflicted upon him. Among the best special editions of at the Gulf Cypress mills at Ehren, ,

I 3 Pensacola Journal. newspapers ever published in Florida I near Tampa. It is believed that the .
t' the Kissimmee Valley Gazette for last negro watchman was murdered and the ,

;': THE ANANIAS CLUB week is among the leaders. The good buildings fired to hide thecrime.. AUCTION SALE= 'l
'---So people of Kissimmee will find it to their I Tampa adopted an ordinance forbidding -

"I The Kissimmee Gazette, comment- advantage to circulate many copies of the opening of a saloon or' barroom ... .

F. f ;'lng"ori s paragraph in this paperr In the Gazette among prospective homeseekers. -' Within 210 feet of any church _or I. \ <
'' which fear was expressed that the .-Pensacola Journal. school. .' ,

'cows might prevent the' laying off Id." OF : I '

,.>j! brick .tree...' inv, that burg\ because The Valley.Gazette has I1er '.,.hoplng that William B. Crawford of- ;
brilliant and lovable lawyer _
j ,. ',-1-:1the'- ,BO Islea.,feet might be,made 'sore,, just given; another demonstratioirofits Kissimmee 'will run for 'presidential '
: "' retaliates by stating that "in the ability as a pulicity agency by Issuing elector. lie is eminently worthy of

, yy" ;,j./" 'meantime Lakeland appears perfectly a handsome special edition which the honor.Punta Gorda'Herald S. J..TRIPLEJT'S i. RESIDENCE
a ' {""content with mud streets." Here- will help carry the good news of Kis

i' : { with, dad drat you, we enroll you in simmee and Florida to the outside I the latter of which profits from the ef-

w , fits Ananias Club, and bid you World.-The Tampa Tribune. I fective advertising it will get in the

,it j ,ttN. *'* "av.untlikewise. avast! Lakeland circulation of the edition. -Punta Gor- AND GROUNDS
;T; : has voted overwhelmingly to spend The first rage of last week's Kissimmee da Herald. I

) 1, ; more money on brick streets within Valley Gazette is embellished witha at Corner of Main and Orange Streets .1
'3 'the next year than will be expended photograph of the new home of that Tampa Fla.' Feb.18. 1912. (
iri Kissimmee for the same purpose enterprising newspaper. It is a hand- Dear Mr. Harris: NORTH KISSIMMEE (1

t, .: \ 'twixt now and '67. The only reason some, well lighted building.Fort 1 thank you for extra, copies of your will be held oiiSATURDAY ,
< \ we haven't put them down before Meade Leader.In I boom issue. 1 shall make good use of j

+ '. 1s that we have, been so busy erecting them as 1 have many inquiries concerning -
'- ' fine buildings; that we couldn't get; the celebration of the completionof your section. It IS.a very interest- MAR. 9TH '

b i': the streets clear of building material the handsome new office building, ing issue and will do Kissimmee much ,
j which will be its home the Kissimmee good. I always admire paper
your
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V look at these buildings and you will Valley Gazette got out a splendid illus because it has the spirit of progress in AT .2:30: P. M. I

have a crick'in your neck ever after. trated edition of 5,000 copies last week; every issue. Respectfully
," and it was a credit in every way bothto W. B. Powell. '
We al'f'l now proceeding to put down MAYOR H. CLAY STANFORD Auctioneer ,
,brick paving on the more finished its publishers and to its home town Secretary Tampa Board of Trade. -;

,4 ..'streets, while the scene of skyscraper ,,,
I 1 l' 5$erection is pushing obt a few miles enlarging 'I -I' r

)",, our metropolitan area. The

';',,''ftery.cbariot of our progress will have This splendid home consists of a house of ',;

pushed itself so far Kissimmee-ward t
.I. long that all the kin 'twixt here and EASTERAPRIL nine all outhouses such .
j rooms, necessary as
he .. will be forced to find pasturage

j i he i succulent-gras.es of the streets woodsheds chicken houses etc. 14 bearing
:47,of your, reserve for bovines.-Lakeland; ,

r ''", i tj ,' .'.:w .Ne .. orange trees, 7 peach trees, mulberry trees
Jt sA; /"Twixt now and 1867" we assume [ 7 ]

." ''.yi that you mean. Brother .Hetherington. and a lot of guava bushes.

'7:.. , ;-A ft This is just to call your attention to "
,+ '" :,the fact that Klasimmee ha not only .
> r,voted for good streets but I is now .. + +
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:"i'l 1r .: 1 actually) engaged In laying something --

.' :,,,,1.' : ."" """' ,blte. hundred thousand dollar worth You will want your Spring Suit THE GROUNDS COMPRISE HALF A BLOCK AND ARE 150X200 FEET

1'a' of,vitrified brick'pavements. Weare \ .
r.,. extremely sorry that Lakeland\ is so for that day.
ft' I + +
'< 1 .,. ,i,.feeble that abe can't put up a couple off : W'I .

'. ::,:; ""JT" buildings and improve her streets Terms of sale, one-half cash, balance in ,
"! Why not in and select from unmatchable line of
"1 ,, trot the aame time. Kissimmee can do come our
'. ;better:! than that as you will readily Woolen and have it made up a> only twelve months tit eight per cent .

... If you "mcome, her. and take a .
l+ :'look at the many new building under M-

..I :::construction. Our remarks regarding Ed. V. Price & Co.Of .
Lakeland streets were made Immediate- .
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; a visit to our pretty 1'0
v''ri.fouowing, -: Dele be* dry during; which our usually Chicago, can make. it, and be ready, .' For any farther information regarding thit splendid property, i

..,,i weet. disposition was sorely tried by "B call on or write "
'.Ii jfc;the mud of Lakeland's main thoroagh'fares. "- __. %

11Y )\' t.t" Lakeland will have to do more NELSON REALTY COMPANY J

i ,: ,' bustling; than it. ia now, Brother '
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'U.theringtode; or Kls.lmm.'wIll meet KATZr KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .t
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; ;: ':"S TUG; kisslmniee Valleu, Gazette Mr. Carr g, Landlg, candidate foratatti'a Subject( for' 'Sunday! night sermon at - . .

: "" :,1 l'' ; TKtKP.OKK NO.' 11..j attorney: was in the city this' the Christian church will be "Sowingand ii
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week n "
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.. ,.' ,' ,',;< PUBLlSHEiD EVERY FRIDAY The 'Wlie'Capt' ,,Clay Johnson, start-': Dr. Hicka suffered a brokens bone in

,...' / '), ". '" _.*," .*.-. ErWeathtr-' e&Tbursday.wth( '* full passenger.ilatr his hand by the,.kicking rot> his'auto :
"VII'. Oet HA..IES.. Lake Gem
A' fOr Fort Myers. .
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't '\"'" : crank a few days ago. Vi1ia.
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: .; -', See our ad In- this issuer :Big' sale; Mr.. and Mn.' John A, Huffman,of e M

Kiailmtnee!. Furniture Co. 10-lt( Camden, 0.; are visiting their daugh I ' '
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..., : ,:> (r Report .Mrs. A.,1.'Parcel i of Pittsburg;Pa.; ter'Mr..GF.' Parker. : Hat a combinationof advantage found In no'.other proposition 1 "
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I. ': j j1ot visiting Miis Jennie M.Robb for .a << .
""i ". : We have an interesting 'news letter '
\ 1\; few week She Is delighted with the .in.the State.. .: I '
.u 3'L 77 \ I Foll.winggre! the daily: Urn"peraturei : from Alger, received too late.for..publication 4' ,
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city speaks in highest'praise of the .
,," and precipitation aa [ .this week. It will be publishednext ,.. : 's ALTITUDE, 'I 1''
;."" cordl.llty'and refinement of its people; ,.,1, , 'I -1"' rf '
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.> reported by the,Government, , i i
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r ': station at JCIasiminee for the Miss Mackinson and Mist Weckler, Good Roads Association meeting next ))1 i ,. EXCLUSIVENESS 'i :. 1 ;

t;: t week ending Feb. 29, 1912., of Klseimmee were the guests of' Mrs. Monday at 2 o'clock., Every man interested : i "' .FROST PROTECTION i I ,, A I
C. K.
Hendrick' last Saturday., Miss ip the welfare of Osceola Ii .. ,
lUlL HIM. AIM' Weckler it a professional reader and county should attend. RAILROAD FACILITIES I :' : 'I"f 1

r Friday .. . .. 65.Q . she kindly consented to l'ive. selections t t<< ,
Saturday" .. 81 61 , at the Veterans' meeting which Mrs. J. A. Irvin, mother-in-law o( II's WATER TRANSPORTATIONRESIDENT ::1 : -. .

/ Sunday. . . 84 .66, . was enjoyed by all.-St. Cloud Tribune.C. Judge G. T'". Parker who has been* 11 HORTICULUTRIST I I+ '. ; ' '

Monday , . 85 69 . Buckets Katz seriously ill at her home In Orlando, we. : i l 1 i
over store has '
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', .,", Tuesday.: .... .. 80 6d(.i . had fifty-one years experience in Floe are pleased to report la now convales- Send For, the Book ci Then-Inspect It e 'I r

t L' .Wednesday 69.s , da, and knows what kind of property cing.Mr. .. ,

,4; Thursday . . 74 49 people went. If you have any to sell, and, Mrs. A. S. Nelson, Miss ".
.. see him it wilt 60tf .
; ; pay you. Grace Nelson .and Mrs. G. F. ;
Judge
: ) -- _, . Mr. H. H.' Child, of Taft spent Parker and Mr. Clyde Nelson spent a I L LJ.
Lake Gem
1.. Land
: ,"""' ,,_"-_______ Tuesday transacting business, In this I pleasant day's outing on Wednesday at Compamy j

, city. 'Mr. Child is a strong believer in 'Judge Parker's grove southeast of the

I' THE LOCAL flELD. i the Gazette as a medium for inducing city.Mr. E. MATTOCKS, Pres. & Manager .
settlers to come to this .section, and v f .
J. L. Overstreet, county tax assessor !,
$ called at this office to have, the paper --
returned Thursday from a trip to KISSIMMEE FLA. 1,1:
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lent to a number of his friends in Col- ,
7 N WKNKKKK. 1AM N-.$. the southern part of the county Hating 5
orado. property Mr. OverstreetReport. everybody r.!;
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i Mir J. M.Lee and Col. P A. Vans On'the first Monday of each month prosperous and happy in the ',!1".'

the members of the Woman's section visited. ___ t .
:. Agnew were In Tampa on ''egal busi- League hold 'literary at 3 o'clock \
; ness Saturday. meeting Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Watts, of Kansas .,1
that I. free to atl who care to in.
come
City, Mo., who have been spending the rtGLASSES
Dolly Madison High Shoes for Ladies These meetings have been of special ,
\ IDly .60. at Cash Store. 6-tf past few weeks in Kissimmee, have decided -
interest, and the League ladies extend
to remain permanently. Mr. "I'
,
Miss Izetta Anderson of Loughman, a cordial Invitation to all resident prvisiting Watts I. a contractor and will engagein WILL GET BROKEN

-: was the guest of her sister, Mrs. K. P. ladies to come in and share that business here.

Butler, last week.Whidden's . them aa often as they like. .
Mr. W. B. Crawford has been appointed ,,l JI ,
ad this week will interest The ladies of the Presbyterian church '-1i
the'whole family. Find it. 10-lt" will hold their semi-monthly .food sale county attorney succeedingMr. 11' : : .
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at Miss Msttie Bandy's store on Saturday J. L. Moon resigned The appointment '
I' Miss Frances Powers, of Knoxville, March 2, from 3 to 6 p. m. Those was made by Gov. Gilchrist, occasionally: even with the beat of care' If 'yours +
Tenn, is visiting Rev. and Mrs. A. J. who are doing Hght housekeeping are
the
the recommendation of
on county: with accident don't thro away \, ___
t meet them
Holt atthe, Baptist pastoriuhi. especially invited to come and getsomething an : w ,: ,
Democratic committee. No more desirable *
nice for dinner. It '
.. Everything in stock! I. reduced at Sunday's or acceptable appointment could especially if they ,suited your eyes satisfactorily' : f ;;'

\Vhidden' Clearance Sale. Buy now. The Council\ is advertising for bids have been made. Bring the broken lenses here and we will replace to .
for the street paving authorized in the"
A bicycle belonging to Capt. R. G. election of a couple of months ago. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Paige, of Chi- them with new lenses of exactly the same strength. ;" '

i- Canova. of the A. C. L., was stolen This section of the work I includes approximately cago, are spending some time in Kis- We match glass at time. "
can: any any '
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from Friday.
depot oq
tmmee and decide locate
Mocks to
thirty-six city or may per-
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left no clue. about three miles of brick paving, on manently. Mr. Paige is so well pleased cii/d.; ,,; ," .j :' I "

Smoke "Boone's Straight" and the principal business and residence with the agricultural possibilities of r r'fi

"Osceola.:" None better. Made in streets. this" section: that he baa purchased

Kissimmee. 10-tf beach front lot and ten acres of land at
Mr. and Mrs. Towell and Miss lowell '
The condition of Dr. C. Hyatt, who Kissimmee Park the latter of which
Jeweler and
of Toronto Canada are visiting 'l
has been ill with pneumonia. I. greatly Mrs. Helen Perdue. Mr..Towell was he is planting in potatoes.Mr. COLE ; 11'

improved much to the delight of his 'f
friends. in this city some fifteen years ago. It B. S. Hayward died at the homeof L'4 Optometrist'The ,.1'

many is needlesfl'lto say that he ill i more than his parents In this city last Friday _

Miss Jennie M. Robb of Melbourne delighted with the very great changes of tuberculosis. He came to this city .

.. Hill, N. C., formerly of Pittsburg which have taken place in the Inter- some weeks ago in the hope of securing WI
y.
Ft., has arrived in KisBimmee and vening time. relief, but the disease was too far .... .-

plans to make it her future home. advanced. The remains were taken to
Mr. H. C. Stanford had a new side- .
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Any work done at the Cash Store walk laid this week in front of his store Minnesota by Mr. G. T. Hayward, I "

Jewelry Shop next door to postoffice, on Broadway. The new walk being brother ot the deceased. The parents

if fully guaranteed. P. G. White. 2-tf laid to the street grade makes a decided of the young man, while residents of .

Miss Frances J Bay, of Galesburg, lit, improvement. The work of this city for only) short time, have

arrived in the city yesterday! and Is widening the walks on Broadway, many friends here;

the of her .Mrs. Stewart and Emmett street; .
1 again guest sister avenue
Col. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson will I .i
with whom she will where these streets have been
i Boyce, spend some paved, make .Kissimmee they future home
Is f
time. rapidly rogresslng.The
much to the regret of, their Sanford

"Boone'a Straight" and "Osceola',' enrollment at the public school friends Col. Johnson has engaged in I ,Ar

ken .'i: >''_ Best. 6 cent cigars. Box trade- solicited, is now nearing the seven hundred mark t business in Kissimmee and the Gazette ... .J : ", ;:'t:
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\ and the congestion in the lower gradesIs has the following to say regarding him: ,

,>",i 0Mr";S: and Mrs.: W.. B. Crawford re such that, Principal Evans has ,foundit "CoL Andrew, Johnson,' president of: ;"' .<'' '', :

. '.:'turned,; on Sunday Mr. Crawford from necessary to divide the first. second the Kissimmee Farm Land, Bond Loan Jr IISSIllIrjBm! { :

i a business trip Chicago, and Mrs. and third grades and have some of the and Investment Company, arrived in

Crawford from a visit to friends in children come in the morning and some. the city this week and has opened his

Pensacola. of them in the afternoon. office temporarily in Makmnon's pack- .

_
ing house Col.! Johnson states that he .
What you save on Shoes you can Mr. Harvey Collier was taken. to Orlando v
have for something else. Go to Whid has secured the storeroom occupied by -+ p A L1.Jr ..
Wednesday for :
den's Clearance Sale. 10,It an operation. the Cash Hardware :Store:,) which will .
Mr. Collier was injured by a fall several -
be vacated March 1, to which place the ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aultman. Miss
months ago, and has been in a '. ,
will then its offices.
Aultman and Mrs. N. A. Ross were in serious condition since. Reports were company move
Sanford! Herald.
Orlando the first of the week, visiting I received Friday that the operation had

'their nephew. Mr. J. WilUpn, whi;&.'.i,' been successful, and that hopes are entertained LOST-Dark gray overcoat. Finder

ill In hospital there. The trip was of the recovery of the young please leave at Gazette office. }jt-p "W

made by auto. : .,:' /*;
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'1 If you don't need new shoes now it I man.Mr.. Arthur H. Merrill, of Barton, For Famine Sufferers.There .

11 will pay you to get some at Whidden's Mans, ; Feb. 18 in KisBitnmee ,P-' ;
Clearance Sale. They'll keep. loItMes.n. spent( Sunday will be Uuion Services in the r .
and in companyvjvith the editor -
Auditorium Sunday morning, at 11 a._
W. A. Lightsey. W. H.
of the Gazette drove over the city
: Lewis and B. C. Wilson of Bartow, m. The purpose of this meeting is to
and inspected the various places of in- ''of
appeal to the people of our town fbr
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were in the city this week on their way t reet. Mr. Merritt is the son-in-law
help for the famine sufferers of China.In .
: to the Lightsey-Parsons ranch at Turkey of the late Capt. J. H. Frost who wasa
.1 that country two and a half millionof Land that has
R Hammock for a few days outing. regular winter visitor here for a num- ,
people are, at this time facing star
Por sale: Fine well rooted Logan er of years and in 'whose death Kis-
vation. Most of these are in the same
berry plants. Also R. C. Rhode Island iimmee lost a good friend. all
fulfilled t
district where the famine raged last promises .
ji% hens. J. E. Whitman yellow house "
beyond saw mill. 94tpdMr. The Ladies of the G. A. R. enter- year. The famine is worse in Febru-

:,. tained a number of the wive., ary and March and continues until
,
J. S. Floyd, who is connected
sisters and of harvest in the.middle of May. Immediate -
daughters veterans at
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: with the local office of the Title
; left the G. A. R. Hall on Wednesday after 'hejlp is necessary. Will not the
Guaranty Co., on Tuesday for Arcadia
noon. The affair waa InformaL During people of our favored land rise as one
on business for the company. He 1
d
: the afternoon Miss With Plummer man and give of their means? Remember "
; expects to be gone about week.If .
gave two reading. A charming lunch- Christ's own words: Inasmuch.

you have property you desire to eon was.served. About 40 persons en- ye have done it unto one of the least .
", sell, see C. Buckets, over Katz's store ;
1 He has bad fifty-one years experience'' joyed the delightful hospitality of the 'of these my brethern, ye have done it '

./ ,\ in Florida, and know. what the people hostesses. unto me.There yf

I i' .( "iwantrj I 60-tf will be special song service by
Airmen and boys are cordially in
t' Active work in preparing for adding vited to attend the Men.'. meeting at the Union Choir and the Orchestra will '

a, < t'j: a'MCODdtort: to Mr. C. W. Darin's a|o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Pres- play.: .
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tai'' store building was commenced this
byUrtan church. Brother Livermore
Week. This addition will Rive Mr. Lectured at Lakeland.
will lead the services and a fine Intel-

Dana one of the handsomest buildings lectual treat is in store for all who At the 11 o'clock hour at the Chau-

-..1on. Broadway. attend All men and boys, who may tauqua Mr. J. D. Kuykendall delivered 1 x

.( -. If choice, and you are particular, be visiting, or spending the winter with : an interesting and helpful lecture.

:a i Weal 186 for-accuracy: and dispatch. us, are most heartily welcome.A. Mr. Kuykendall took as his subject
. I call and make estimates from your
fr -own order.. Ernest Green, Sign Writer S.: Nelson, Chairman.Mrs. "Boys Is Boys" and his sprightly lecture -

.> and Interior Decorator. Box 189. 5-tJ was very entertaining indeed. He '
I
M. M. Marshall, of Columbia, Kissimmee Valley Land Company
showed conclusively that he had w.
very avery
Preparation of Darlington avenue tor Ohio, was in the city Thursday, viewIng ,,
4 ',the pl.clng'of the vitrified brick pavIng Khsimmea's attractions close acquaintanceship with the >
many ,
..I1' was begun on Thursday. Two : about which she had read in the Valley: boys of, today,-Lakeland .News., ', ..

6 11 blocks, from Pleasant avenue to Church Mrs. I H. HOUCK Resident! t'
Gazette. '*Marshall took occasion B. ( Manager '; ....1'"
.. slreet to be paved. This will 'extend Win theparty It-: .
- are while hers to- ,thank the Gazette for who bor- -- - -- --- -- ------- T

: to the Valley Gazette-office calling-her:attention- ..tbl. pla ." She rowed a, pair ,of American ' ' .' .

The next' Lyceum course attraction has been spending_ winter at St. wire' stretchersfrom KISSIMMEE a r 'FLORIDk' ,I

will be given at the Auditorium Petersburg', and Is on her; way home. .. I s
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t Marcb.20th. It will be' a concert by She was charmed and delighted with ,the Osceola. Hardware .. f' .

the:DeKoven Male, Quartet, one of Kiasimmee and expressed: : an earnest Co.' 'return ; "" ,,
+ r ''the best 1 known; musical, organizations: bope,to be able; to-return,here In'the I Kindly , ,t" . '. < ".-

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J JII .SOMLWHAL CHILLY .OVSSAWUFLOUR-* TIt .. SHOULD::BECAREPULflomeseekers .SIltING: TRUCK: ,. '.. I.

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_ M' Himself on Escaping Blizzard., ,Batch.of. 'JNe>v,. .Product. .. ':pjg.ln.a': .Poke." _. .Produce_Most, Profitably. ,

: 'us-by' Mr. A. 'F. Spawn brought us a The following statement by a well The most serious proposition that
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.. sample on Wednesday of the first batchof known-Florlda land man is the best confronts the market gardener is the I
was congratulating
former Michigander -who
I bi aelf'on ,escaping the bliz- cassava flour made by him ft the answer tothe.. many 'people who ask disposition of,products;! at,allying price.,

Pinedale factory. It looks very much whether this or that lahd company is Most anyone can grow vegetables,'*or T i'M
is that be
lard. It pur private ,opinion
i' like wheat flour. Mr. Spawn says that' reliable or not. No person should buy thelmore) common ones'but; It requires
was justified in hie self congratulation.I
Ledge when mixed with aweet potato our.-It: land in Florida, or California, or anywhere quite as much or,more skill to disposeof .a ,
r !.. The clipping. tram the Grand Ii
4, beats buckwheat for hot-cakes. W 're else without either ii(himself it at prices which truck calla s
.' Mich., Independent, of Feb. 23. 1912: seeing growers .S .f: tr'Y, r ak
!' r 1" more of going to try it. lie expects to make a or having it examined bysome: one living price. This line"of farming' is
< .. Following seven weeks or
.r; pan cake flour at the factory, toput: on who is competent to judge of Its value. quite different from others. In mar ket
excessively cold weather, Michigan was
\.f I conceded the market,-and will also me the Most of the realty men in Florida are gardening we are compelled |ito sell
H ,- visited l Wednesday by what is
1 i .\ be blizzard has cassava flour in the preparation of reliable, but even they are likely to be something every day inthe: year. We
;: to the worst the state .
I crackers. over-enthusiastic about their own pro- can store away bUll few of the I many i
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in
"\ seen forty years. The first lot of flour was imade from perties. products of the'truck farm, and must
All day Wednesday business was
'., 335 'pounds of cassava. There were 31 The.statement follows: plan the disposition of everything be-
: practically suspended in this city, merchants
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:. ," and clerks taking advantage of pounds of waste' peelings etc-which "I say frankly; and I believe the fore planting, as this will determinethe

,,"' their makes fine hog feed-and out of the better element of the real estate, fra- difference in profit and loss. No k '
the lull 'clean stocks, post .
up
304 pounds of cassava, he made 8li i ternity will bear me out, that as.a rule use to'plant an acre in radishes at a
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books and build fires, and then more
I'' pounds of flour. Eight ton of cassavacan the socalled "homeseeker" who buys season when you can't give them away
fires. The seven rural mail carriers
:-- easily be raised to the acre', which Florida tends without Investi- and everything the same way.
proper
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II I \. started out as usual in the morning, but
',.t1tr would yield, conservatively, two and a gation as to its soil value, location, My plan, and I find it a very success-
with and their distrust
misgivings, -
many ..
quarter tons of flour. About the same market facilites and particularly its I ful one, is to visit and talk and find out .
of the outlook was fully warranted -
"..., ',.r;'' amount of p wee t potato flour can be title is too careless and indifferent !in the best I can from every truck gardener
I i ', as Carrier Phillips, on No.7, was
produced, showing a {much larger'per his business methods to make a success -I in and around the market that'is .
{ the only one of the seven to return that
: acre production of these flours than is out of anything. This is the :kind to be mine. If they are going heavyon
night, and he made less that one-half s
i : possible from wheat Mr. Spawn of "homeseekar", as a rule, who accepts any special crop. I go light on that aY
of his route. The other carriers were -i
"'i./I\./p hospitably cared for by farmers along figures that Florida will be ready to the extravagant statement that unless,my trade is so worked up. : Mi I Ix I

""iy, the supply the markets of the country with some of the land companies, unfor- Plan your crops so as' to meet the

''to way. the delicious, and highlynutritious, tunately send out, swallows the whole market requirements. Of course with
Shop business and clerks
men, men
t', had great difficulty in getting home at sweet potato. (t flour within a few years.CONCERNING thing with one gulp, and strike out the very best thinking and (planning

i J, r I for Florida, with wife and babies, and there will generally be parts of the
closing time, the drifts in many places
.. 7 being three to five feel deep, and the CLIMATE just enough: money to buy the ticketsto crop that will not find ready sale but
ti their destination. What is the con- to make the most we must save every-
"', > now at all points kneedeep. School
I fj) sequence? He soon becomes stranded] thing possibe. Most everything cap be

," 'i children were the worst sufferers Why It Is Pleasant to Live in flori- his family practically become charges canned, pickled, etc?-to save till there
i'scores of the little ones of the lower
upon the public, and he finally sends is a demand. Still do not count on this
} S;, ,jgrades making the journey home with da the Year Round.
home to old friends for enough moneyto .

,:4rrat'.Tbe'.choole difficulty and not a little danger. Florida is properly called the Sunny get back on; and the next. we hear' any.I supply a very good number of peo-

were not opened yesterday. Southland. She has but one season, as of him he is writing an article for the ple, beside a good trade with grocery-

: Train service was totally suspended the term implies in the North and thatis country newspaper in his home state men. I use as nice an'outfit as I can

-,'\i fter noon Wednesday, freights and summer; but she has two as the maligning Florida to everything in the afford (horse and wagon); then in put COL. CROMWELL GIBBONS

+ anger trains being stall d at sev- term implies in the South, a rainy [Isea- i vocabulary of epithets. ting up the load for market I put everything
A ;1\
,. d points along the line. The after- son and a dry season. "On the other hand, the homeseeker' in two or three grades, as Nos.

: ti5 train from the east was stuck In The rainy season usually begins between who comes into Florida with a, fixed 1, 2 and 3, and the*hnces run accord-

yr ...It ;S' t near Fowlerville and could not the middle and last of June, and I purpose of looking carefully into the ingly. Have everything in nice crates, --- ----- . --- -- ---

1. ,, : t, even with three engines buck- lasts until about the middle of August; : possibilities; who look into the pur- baskets, etc. ; have each grade of stuff
'. .. ;t f drifts. Later passenger trains from until June i is the I ..
then August dry chase of,land with the same care and in separate crates. Have everything eeee.eee.e..eeo..eeeeoZ
t t t\\\\" r celled. For more than twen- This does not that it would i
season. mean business sagacity that he em- priced so all can see, and save all the

p f';I t. d ;>:"":', ura not a train arrived or de- rains from June to August, and then ploy in the purchase of any other questions po sible. Set one price and Act f"a.4ar4 Oil Co.,' .

t ;b*,i t ;.r' m Grand Ledge. stops raining till June again, as many commodity; who studies not only soil stay to it for that day, or as long as .

f ii': , I ft* along the west side of S. believe. conditions but marketing facilities; I market conditions will permit; never : :MACH: : IROS.a

: to,\ : tree loomed up like small During the rainy season there are who is reasonably careful about the come down on price on your regular

'. \t 1.' P :', n some places being five toy many days of bright sunshine, in fact invironments for his family, schools rounds and then your customers will : Livery Feed and Sale Stable *

: ,. u that\: p. Pedestrians Wednesday there is only a short shower during the churches trading centers etc., that never expect anything only to pay the e

: Ud '0 only had the deep snow and day, usually in the forenoon, and the man will make a phenomenal successif prices quoted. Always sell as high or Agt. International Harvesting Co. :
y4 ,dx% :o contend with, but had to con- of the is without :
'ir remainder day usually he has the means to properly estab- a little higher than the grocerymandoes

_ _ ,f'. 'ten th a high wind that drove the rain. And, during the dry seasonwe lish himself. If he has not he will thus protecting him and yourself. ALIT :KXN'-OS: : I: ;:EAVY: I3AITI.INi: : -. o .

.p .;..r? .' :< particles of snow into the face with have rains but the rains are at intervals find employment and work until he People will buy just as much. You e

j4 force." of eight to ten days.* gets employment and work until. he will find a good many people who will 4 Everything and first class. We render prompt and J

e4 I" The opinion of many that the hat is gets the mean i price everything and look at everythingand e satisfactory service day or night. 4!

CHARMING SOCIAL oppressive and disagreeable in Florida "Florida offers more opportunities to buy nothing. Tell everyone aline .
: : ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT :
is also an error. The thermometer seldom the man of thrift who is' reasonably what you have. A".k what they will

',, ., registers above 90 degrees, and carefully along these lines, than any have; they are supposed to know. If :: Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 Z
House
4 4' Informal Affair at Chapter anyone who has spent summers in the other state in the union, and to these nothing is wanted, ask if they can use

t :: J' Is Greatly Enjoyed. states of the middle West and Florida} opportunities must be added the com- anything tomorrow. If so, book it, bid .................... ......

will tell that they prefer the Florida I fort and afforded climate them and hurry along. Al-
\'. Stanford and Mrs. Carr as you happiness by our good-day __ .m_____ _
With Mrs.
.
summers. and our recreations. But Florida ways be on, the move and they will find

their charming and attentive hostesses The climatic conditions are ideal; i I does not need, nor does it seek the out you do not fool time with anyone.

Iv aome forty or fifty people spent a most they are better adapted to the health, I I itenerant never-do-well adventurerwho They will buy more stuff than they will

!d I,' .." delightful evening at the Chapter comfort and prosperity of maD.than is always looking for support to stand and argue. Be polite, strict I Ioi
!
,rr nri' S: '," r(' House social on 'Tuesday evening of any other locality in the world. There without labor, .and willing to bite, with i-and honest; never fail to'meet engagements Attention -
i.\1 ' ,The 'whole was .
'. \ this week. evening is the lowest death-rate of any state in his limited means, at every scheme even if you have to go to the *-< ,,'

1.\\'I k. .. :y':"/;quite Informal, no set program having I the Union. It seems strange, indeed that promises something'for nothing.. grocer and buy what 'you promised. to ;

11: 'I'', ,,4 j W\? \ ;: been arranged. A musical contest I that men of means and intelligence will "1 ''shall be glad to see the day when deliver; always be on time. ;
.
f I, 'opened the proceedings: the ltUests'be. remain In the cold Northern states especially -, every land company in Florida will A trade thus built will last and will Mr. Homeseeker

f HI 4 ing expected to discover from their in the winter tome' when a few realize the seriousness of it great responsibility widen all the time. Deceit never pays

' memories the names of a number oft I IZI' dollars invested here would furnish to the investing public, and one who tries to deceive the people

pieces of music which Mr. were Brown played captured by them an ideal winter home.-Metropolis. arid urge the people whose eyes are need never enter the truck growing ::SI$; .

different persons. turned upon the State to come and business. -Roy J. Buchanan in Pro- .
:the and Dr. Livermore was given ------------ .
ftrize,
we are wrong. investigate; in a business like mannerto gressive Farmer.
; f \ )In order to to to Kissimmee
IJ the booby priM.)11. see if possible before buying. As get you come 'and investigate her
t / Mr. Brown gave a most pleasing solo, Our battle ground is the entire roundof drawn statements misrepresentations --- -- - wonderful opportunities for safe and profitable investments; I am
:," ': Miss Lord human thought but the of to over or March 9th is the last day on which
f j .'s responding to an encore. weapons about Florida, why the going to help you to pay your railroad'fare. Here is how I am.going -
,I .. :', 4. followed with a piano number, played our,warfare are not carnal, but mighty you can pay your poll tax in order to to do it.Beginning. .
truth is infinitely than fiction,
,' in her finished styles An encore was through: God to the pulling down of stranger vote at the primaries. Today is the
and the truth'about Florida is good February 1st, and continuing ninety days, I am j

n.' \ required of her.Conversation. strongholds.One: .- -- -- enough for anybody." best day to pay itGood going to give you a rebate of tWo' and one half per cent on all u

II p ,. around the cheerful - real estate purchases that you make from me, the amount of the
of the that have
_i r , blaze in the fireplace, rounded out often been asked questions and been we able I Delivers Two Lectures. NewsWe rebate in no case to exceed the price of your railroad fare. !>Ii
11 ky the enjoyable social. Fruit punch was never ;r
,1 ' served during the evening. explain, is: Why is it that a munici- Dr. Edwin Hall, of Atlanta, delivereda ] have secured a few 5 and 10 acre Furthermore, I guarantee that 1 will charge you no more for
.v "'" pality pr merchant, when they thinkof I tracts of the finest fruit and truck property than any of my competitors would charge Jor the
address afternoon
: 1t announced that next week's strong; Sunday at of you
:&; was lands, within half a mile the city
I economizing, first turn their atten- the church before same property. matters not if you are already here if 11'
ir j' entertainment will be furnished by Baptist a mass limits, which we can offer at the very ; you camein
.. i I ,' Mrs. Bullock, Miss Aultman, and the tion to the newspapers? The newspapers meeting called by the Laymen's Chris low price of $50.00 per acre. Kis- last' fall and want to invest a little money before returning
,
.'\4 , Orchestra. Doubtless there do more for a town than all tian Union. Dr. Hall's subject was simmee is expanding so rapiily these your nprthern home, you can take advantage of my offer.
Klssimmee
y will be almost in town and
lands
soon
__ '/ ,will. be a large attendance. other agencies combined. "Man-His Origin, Nature and Des- will be worth many times the prices Remember I have for sale at all times, anything in the way I JI

I ', i'. tiny." The address was well receivedby asked today. Do not go miles into the of Florida real estate that you could possibly wish and at thelowest r...
Shakespeare makes
one of his charac-
a large congregation. country for small tracts at any price, and the easiest terms. Just
prices at
I < ; ters say "1 never did repent for doing whlle'yo'u can get; such as these at this on present I have three or :!:h,j
Truthful Dr. Hall lectured the auditoriumon
< and at
; four that I
_I : ,: Trite good nor shall I now. That is exactlythe price. Soon, there w ill be no such rare bargains am offering. If you want one, you had
Monday night to a small audience
better at
sentiment of business man in opportunities as this, as all near-by get busy once.
every his subject being "The Evolution of a lands will be gathered up. The, quantityis
_ : I rBY OLD PROVERBS. our town .advertises generously and Girl." He gave a unique and interesting limited and will soon be taken. u.:

rl that is with is against sensibly in the home paper. Such action treatment of the theme, which was Other lands, a little nearer in, but no N O. 1 Fifteen acres just outside the city limits splendid quality of ..i .-;
not
He me
ao is both/good and wise, and the bene- greatly appreciated. Dr. Hall is a better, .have recently sold at one land high and dry, good five room house, Rood deep well, new .'\
: That is not orljiinal'with me most entertaining speaker, his addresses and havea !<
tt' 1" .me. fit is shared equally by both businessmen hundred dollars per acre some hog wire fence around ten acres some three or four acres cleared. Price N''
being: filled with original ideas, expressed -
u ., ut it seems logical. prohibitive price. "
:. "i : and their customers.-Exchange. in an original and striking way. !8-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. $45.00 per acre. The naked land is cheap at the price.

'J' J. '::, : Ignorance, poverty, and want ot refinement An exact of No. 1 and
t I - ---------- ---- "- .. NO counterpart lying immediately along
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,1. not virtues. Neither is ---- -- --- -------
y'' are i
side Of it No. 2 has
1. "Vuv ' except a four-room house and good surface)
; ::]; { u. .. .'teaming, wealth, and position, but lover well. Price 840.00 per acre.. e

) '{ is the end of Commandments.. Solomon B. A.llm". Pr... W. M. Ftrr.ll. Vic.-Pr... and M... C. W. Wat.. 'S... and T....... j ,
i" i No o Two beautiful five-acre tracts, just outside city limits, fine
I on
\ sy!.t.+ ."Be ye therefore perfect" surely OSCEOLA O hard road. Good close neighbors. Price $300.00 )n'
atf"j} ,' LUMBER COMPANY Inc. ) per five-acre
(
this'generation? R'
t.. .'tJ.i. :: don't apply to (me) I tract. }

': \? f.s,:: :. "As a Wn thinketh in his heart." Planing Mill and Novelty Works No A Ten acres land, just outside city limits, overlooking the lake,
He who will\ be more kind. 1> little I T1
t\ 1; and close to the
: new panning, factory. Land in the immediate
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; ..f' ...Y-I, more just and honest. A little more vicinity of this tract is proving wonderfully productive. This is

I ;rt':' of industrious, lees critical, less given to q! :!i =- ;: :: place for a suburban home. Price $05.00 per acre. an ideal '+

: 'A ;- I 1
:<.:remorsebete, *, Jc; D No C Five to eight thousand acres fine timber land, close to railroad. '
..' Yea, ti t i r' ieEhTrfipr7i w 'r = O one mile of beautiful lake '
I 111) hff' k r} q ? w front fine land for fruit growing and .i i ,

: :a ,> *. :,- rfrt !,;; As we rsitherchoose to contend faults with the : I* 1 II'I'J general farming. Land immediately adjoining this recently sold for $12.60'per ,?; :

: ..r.ilour! M.; fellowmen, than our acre. This would make a dandy little colonization proposition. \. '"t

1, .J; ")r.\ ; 'r gate to life, truth and love will Te- 1 ijflf- three miles'from two railroad stations. Price $6.60 per acre. Only t,.;. I Ir }

,j." .;. main barred to us. I"" : 'A
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\ .11: . : details of sickness, sin and ::i 1'f are .
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f / : saems illogical. us you"
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;\f.;; "'" "be of ia higher order and our general ,. .- a. ; '

1Ji t1": condition}largely Improved.' 2: dealing 72&s/s will *. .&/.',. get hut eftmtyom .-*, and in fit certain jr** time, oeeijeu WE WALL DOWNINGREALTY CO.;
"' ';! VEYOYFROM, TO 18 PEft CENT. W are located wight on private twitch _, that no time it toot be
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IOsccoia( Lumber Friend of Sawmaker-' Tells of, His- % '

;.: '.Work, for Florida; It. Is ,a .Lon Hard Pull ';

.. ' .
.Jo!
On misses many good things to read / '. ,

lull Company rr' If not constant reader' of the 'Satar- e for the man who has nothing to start on but his

.. lay' Evening Poet. la' the last issue,
i earning capacity to his income to
save enough from,
+ : dated February there is a full-page , .
. ......r'.r+ -DBALBRS.----.--IN--.-',.,...+..- .-...-..arv >----.- --- '. advertisement 'build- home. '. . ". --..' **' . - ., -. . --..... .:.
< of Henry;>ialltglr Sr a .

4 Sons,' ,of Philadelphia, the manufacturers .- e

1 ,Rough sand Dressed Lumber of saws,. _t, ,- , : Grocery Bills,. ltM'JuJ1.l! {l .. .Doctors, Bills, .and, .... .. ......:... _. '

.This is. not of particular interest -"- RENT, exhausts the income and'usually has a mort I .

.., the readers of The Messenger but to '""- a
; WINDOWS/DOORS' , 'gage on the'next"'pay day envelope. ':. '.
the writer it brought memories I Iof, .. .. ,

SHINGLES LATH BRICK, LIME Hamilton Disstorr, ; one of the great RENT! There's: the big 'item, Every 'month a. large percentage of' your .:" '
.. .. .
jill : .
benefactors of Florida .and personal
-- *" *-- if: a "
friend. Henry biaston i the founder of earnings ,are invested in RENT RECEIPTS. Little absolute.: .. ,

N'OV1'LTV.N.ORKS: : : this great manufacturing, concern, com t ty valueless except as 'a'.constant reminder'that_. YOU SHOULD OWN. YOUR ( I

.. menced in'a very small shop?and made OWN HOME. '* ,

E GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL saws by hand. When One was finished WE WILL BUILD YOU A ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR OR FIVE THOUS-
the maker sold it, to provide funds for '
__ material to make another and food for AND DOLLAR HOME, AND YOU PAY' 8.30 PER THOUSAND, PER'
ti
a+ 'a* Free Delivery to All Parts of City J1. ,sjj the family... Hamilton, the oldest sbn, MONTH, WITH 5% INTEREST PER ANNUM PAYABLE MONTHLY.' ;Ii. "

. was carefully instructed by his father Tabulated illustration of $1,000 Loan Made 1 ,
how to make a perfect saw. Upon the a on. ."

: death Disston of became Henry the Dieston head "of, the Hamilton great Contracts that are from Six to Twelve Months Old .' t, ;!." )"A .


concern. Purchase Price of each Contract $6.00 !
..
In,.the .later 70s H ami ton (Disston Amount deposited as dues ..'. 71.00:

TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 purchased for cash 4,000OOOJacre of Amount deducted for expenses . . 18.00 j '

jp4 land, for $1,000,000, of the state of Amount of loan made by the Company .$z,00o.o0 '", i

'. Florida, thereby furnishing a bankrupt Amount of advance credit on loan 54.00 .
-VIA- state government?with funds to paythe| r J

j Interest on its bonds. Later he entered Balance due Co., payable as per following table $ 946.00 .'. '. 1 1I
Into a contract with the internal im ;
'
[ATLANTIC COAST LINE provement board of the state of Florida I \' ? 1 4J
Balance due 00 loan Inl.r.1t S per cent Principal yearly .t Yearly total prlncl- Monthly total priac'' .. '
j
to construct drainage canals and Years. .each year. on yearly bdana $8go per month pal and interest pal and Jotenat ,

take his pay in lands at 25 cents per ,. ",... .j i itat

acre. Two millioh acres were reservedto -$9.6.00 1470 '99.60 14.0 ...... ( I
"Seminole Limited""South and 46..0 3.3s 9.60 14'.'. x1.58 '
("Dixie Flyer' .. pay for the work, which progressed 3rd 746.80 17.74 99.6o 536 g/ tt.4t4th ", ,
"as "unTH the entire 647.50: 32,36 13195 *t.ee
apidly
as possible:
r 5th 54760 .7.,. 9960 116,1 '10..' t t
Atlantic Limited""Montgomery 2,000,000acres were earned, when the 61h 441.00 .. 40 99.60 I ....00. 1Z

# 1. dredging ceased in August, 1893. Z n 345.50. '..7.:4's'\ ,.. .

Route" The greater part of this work was in II'.onlh.'; 149.eo 49.60: 7.45 7 ::.:: SaoB: !:61 .

the Kissimmee valley, a part of which .

ITkroagb Pdbnan Can from Chicago, St. Loan, Cincinnati, IndianapolU, Grand I was Lake connecting Topopekaliga the on lakes which beginning Kissimmeea at 9% years Total! inL ......j Pries, $946.00 $1194.90 Total Principal sad ... _I i.-t".

[Rapids, Cleveland Louisville, NnhTJlle, Atlanta and Birmingham to jacksonville located, and continuing south by , ,
NOTE THE TOTALS. '.
Kissimmee river Lake Okeechobeethe|

DINING CAR SERVICEFor Caloosahatcb.ee river to the Gulf of If your payments on a $1,000.00 loan were equated, it would be $10.48 per,month.

further information call on or write to Mexico. This not pnly created a great With a saving of ao cents a day you can meet the contract requirements. ,'. .. 3

W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent, Kissimmee. Fla., drainage system but opened navigationfrom With a saving of 35 cents a day you can pay back a $1,000.00 loan. ;" '" "

s Kissimmee to the gulf for light Why pay rent? Why pay a much higher rate of interest on note or mortgage elsewhere ': '
G. KIKKLAND Division Passenger Agent ,
J. Tampa, Florida. draft boats, ;which is today the only The loan with accrued interest, may be paid in full or in part at any time, thus stopping ". k

source of transportation for the many further interest.

settlers along the Kissimmee river. It We allow 4 per cent interest on the monthly advance deposits, after the third month. ., aArv

?1 t000i8ppDtypppppgpoocapt) ) ) .. .. xaoooocxiooooc: i III also a very pleasurable trip for the We help you save your money, help you make more out of your money than you can make

a. A. CARSON. J. A. c-aANFORD. S. L. LUPFER. sportsman and anyone who enjoys a yourself, and loan you money at a lower rate and on better terms than you can get else- i

President. Vice-President. Secretary boat trip through the wilds. where. We are a "HOME" company and will appreciate your business. r.-- --

'. The drainage system actually lower WRITE FOR FULL DETAILED INFORMATION. ,. r r
ed the water level of upper Kissimmee .

LUMBER CO. valley at least eight feet, and made it THE GUARANTEE INVESTMENT & LOAN CO.
KISSIMMEE
: : possible and safe to farm a vast area '

of fertile land, a part of which is Pros-
per Colony. The newcomer to FloridaIs INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAWS OF FLORIDA.

not supposed to know, and the old HOME OFFICE, THIRD FLOOR CURRY BUILDING] PHONE e
4t Rough and Dressed e.
settler seems to forget that the natural TAMPA RLOR I.DA" ;

conditions in the Kissimmee valley have

been changed by, this great drainage 9) I

PINE LUMBER work, making the loamy, flatwoods - Mt '

4! land with the chocolate brown or humus ....._ _u_ __

14 laden subsoil, the most productiveland Florida Maps. An Ordinance Call for Democratic'Conlres.lonaPrimary ?

in the world.It .
Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley An Ordinance Providing for the Payment ot j 1/ 1
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY was my privilege to be an employeof Gazette office a pocket of Florida Interest on the Street. 1'arlng Notaa.Num. To th* Democrat!* Voters of the Beoond CongreaslonaJ J t
map bereft Two Three. Four
g of RenmctlvelT One. District of Florid,
for number
Hamilton Disston a will be mailed to any address in the and Five, and for the Redemption of Hame; The Campaign Committee ot the Democratic r
years. His never failing kindness and United States. We can also furnish I and for the Appointment 01 Note Truateee Commute of the Second Congressional Dletriet .
oooooooooooo* )()OOOOQ C XXX>OOO: OC:>OCIOC:>OOOC: >O sympathy will sectional Be II Ordained by the Council of the City of follow: !
.. be glad to estimate on maps Klaalmmea tic.Firat. A election for the nomination
- --- to all. Without a strike in its history, : primary
of any kind. of a Democratic Candidate for' Congress from
Section 1. It shall f>e the duty of the Council
the Henry Disston company has in its to provide annually for the pavmept of tbe Interest said district to the Sixty-third Congress of th*
who have oj the five promiaaorf notea atyled, United.States will be held on the 0lh dar: of t
twenty-three men i
employ April A. D. 191% ,
Notice for Bids. Note." numbered re4pectiTel3r "
e SUPPLIES been with them nearly sixty years, over r.c.T'o: Three Four and Five and for the Second, should thr*'b* a f.imr.n/ tb. ,',
SEEDS and POULTRY Notice for Bids for Street Paving Notes, to ; election .lor th* nomination of' a Democratic :
of fund for the
creation
one hundred men who have been with be I.aye1bS City of K.Mlnnnee Florida said notea.aloklnf redemption candldat. .. for Conferees from th. said district' :" "
We can supply you for immediate shipment and Kotlvv I. hereby given that. laJ'u"n.n..e of of Sec.' t. Immedlataly; the Imuavca,; of to lb. Hlxty.third Congress of the United ,;\, \
the concern over forty years, over the resoi i\Ion adopted by the Council;I of the upon the Males a second primary will b* held on the ,
said Street Noua Council shall
Carden and Field Pea Field Corn City of KtaMmme on Jaunarr 8rd. 191'J. the Paving appoint IIIth ct.,Of Mar, A D. Iftli., ,, cr? "
them ten
Beam with
..Potatoes, ,, one thousand over years, Council will receive bids. for the purchase. ofTwttiuyflve by resolution to be recorded In the minutea. Third. An a otion'of a new Democratle."hConeeee.lonal ,
Most complete line of Poultry Supplies, Garden So many blessiogs have come to FlorU Thousand <$2ft.G)0.0 fetes() ( ) ."j'r'i' :' be fre, a holdera committee of the of three city and pernona be styled"fNM, who Khali. Commute f.r said district will
Per Cent Street Paving I at the
Seeds b* held on the 80th day of April A. IX 1912, to
and Field in Florida. of Street ,- who shall each "
tee. Paving
efforts Notes ,
Disston's .
da through Hamilton O..ioe. In the City lI.n. at Ktnniminee. Florida, b* composed of on.member from each county
WRITS FOR ILCU8TRATED&: CATALOGUE in its behalf; he loved the state and its at 7Mi:! n. m., on 1 ueartay,the 5th day of March !give with suflioieut bond. runotug sureties to in the the msyorof sum ol Five the Hundred oil,. In asld dlatilot to be choefo b,th.Demoontf.Voter. .
AD. 1012
r"HUeil Ste. 208 L II I Sir. in its future The faauft. ronrtUta of Five ((6)) note, each \Jolla... conditioned -that the said Trustees *of each county reepeoU y..I... ;
E A MARTIN & COMPANY 1 CSSDNtl E. FU. people; he always believed shall faithfully dlncbarge th* trust confided Fourth The rules governing th tats primary
Naganof Slane dated March l I.t. 1112.* and each for the euro of election *s promulgated by tb* Demo-
P 4/i-llt/ and it is extremely sad that he could Five ThouMand 15,000( 00)Jo1I..r.) .. matmlngrenptctively to them, and shall par over and duly soooiint ratio Klate dommlttee, shalloonttol In the r
in in out.-, two three, four and. five for all:.r.b"y: of mouey that may coinsInto primary election of a nominee for Con.rea.where .
not live- to see today and realize that their" reason. of such trust. .
year.Intarest Hoc. 8. All funds collected to said. inter applicable and not Incoesiseolwith
believed would on a.d note shall bft due and payable pat t
part what he had always specific requirement ol this committee.
cst end for sold sinking fund hhallbetMild over "
the of March and '
first September
on day Fifth. white Democrat the
Florida here and that his hy the marshal! and tax collector to the said .17Ar possessing:
to is .
-.................................................................../ come will be realized in of each notes year.Paid will not be' sold for leaa, than par. Trustees, and the said Trustees drill. py out n In the Congress qualifications of tb. United for State representative from '. ,'
fondest dreams fully check for Hundred I o11ara, of the 01011'" HO received the Interest on said
A certified Five .
said district" may become a candidate for the
the redidue
E WHAT IT MEANS : the near future.H. payable IIW the Treasurer of..IbfIt.h KUNturn street In paving good .securities no'.ud' to shall be held Invest asauscounvulstlug nomination m said primary election, byfllinaj
I each lareHt .
right with ihe
i accompany chairman of this committee vl&.<
"" ".ny people do not know wlist Bank's. Capital. Is for. or the difference between B.- Plant, Hamilton Disston ,and >rved to reject j any and all bide.Address Kit 4 fund In raw for the of redemption removal 1 of said notes.Sec res.Igeauoti Hon. (}. L. JI<..II.t Fernsndlna, Florida, oa ,,
t : a. batik of little or no capital. and. one with a large capital. : Henry M. Flagler form the great trio Blmmee Care all of bid J. R.to Gilbert"Council Clerk of rilflof Klailro- I or death of ny of ::rd"1'"ten: :, the or written before statement the lat ,day aa required of ht.h.D.,':1\:

': j CAPITAL AND 8URPI.UUis : is due for mee, Florida. Council shall flu' the vscsncyAJ candidate .
A IIANH'H to whom the greatest-praise ) ordinances, or thereof. In conflict pnr|ose to be such which statement
It Is thegresterproteollonlhedepos0oph.ten (Seal. ) .. H- GILBERT para( shall be signed by him and shall be ao
th* fond thetproterlethedeponitorefrmnlnestherolnrethelarger' This bank ban ampitxi : the present and future greatness of 'H-.U! Clerk of City of Kittaimmee. herewith be and the same. H are MAKIK80K.hereby repealed.W. comnanled\ with Three Hundrdand tMventrflve -

or ......000 mihurplns : Florida.-W. L. VanDuzor in Taft I President of Council. Dollars as an assessment to aid in defray
Jnnd of : ...vxitwStookliolil.is1 Order For Publication. Attest J. R. Cill.BBKT: log expenses of holding a primary election
VI.OUIl miA = Messenger. Clerk of the City of Klsrinimee.Approved Sixth. Candidates membership> OB tit.CongressienalCommittee *
llsbllily In Circuit Court htaU. of Florida, Kevunlh shall be
not required
.. I thl.totb dsy of January A. \). 1912.II. .
.
- -- Judicial Circuit. Oticeola County.In to assessment, and shall mak theIr.pVllc.tlon
lo'tal IU7.WH1 >m, : : I ClAY TANFOBD, pay any
of Chancery: for place. on the ballot to the rspertlve .-
J, i Tblpmeausthatwemud' I I.ee$125IXK (XI bofore our depositors could Ion,. acent. : CH JohniMin. ,, Complainant I I 8.M Mllyor of the City of Klsslmmee. county oommltt'e. .
This protection:: Is for YOT.BANK. CALOMEL GIVES ONLYTEMPORARY VHItlnnrhe Seventh. Tblacommittee will O.D.....*.the
JohiiRon, T>ef..tidant election and declare the'
!f' OF KISSIMMEE' : It appraruiK by affidavit! appended to the bill Application to Sell Real Estate. and ;ililo."uhe: . issue instructions-t::
.
STATE
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RELIEF filed In the above-ntaicd .. .e that BlancheJohneuu I promulgate rules thereto. .
j i orKs : the defend, nt therein namil In a uoti-. la Court of County Judge, State of Florida.In Ordered and done under and by Virtu of
,' resident of the !State: of Florida, and IK a maiden the power given I us under th.law and rule of .
.., FLORIDA. C re Estate of Vernon thlver,Paul Shiver and
IMMti. t of the Hlate nf ll-lnola- and is over the ass I the committee this 26tb day of .I.no.I7lI111.;
) KHiidal Shiver Mlnor.-.enh.) County
qt of it I in therefore ordnred .
0.! A. CARHOIO J"IIN" M. I KK N. 11. f'AR lON a that iweuty-oue mid nonreiiident yearn, ;t he and IH hereby I: Notice Is to all whom it may O. L BAurtgt4 .
Pr..I.I..llt l I VIc-f""l"rjo'I ",,, .. Cashier : So Powerful It Shocks Liver and Leave to appear, to tha bill, of f'ompl.III.III..d.In required Maid I concert I tli l.ythlva.1: t lodhol 1 i I. SR-KVsrdlnu of Chairman<'< >K <'om.ad mpalzn: < oug.Commute Dint of, of Florida.DemocraticM ti

% .............................! It Weaker than Before. Bod.on'i <'AU." on or before Monday' the let <.lay of Vi'rnoti "Shiver Pawl i t-hfvcritnd Renifiil Shiver, Attest JKMB f
.,4 ..................................... April. A. D lttl'2, otherwise (the allfRatlona of I minors will: on the 11th day of FcTlrnsry. A. : ...Huava.b.creary.... 6-181 I
Liver-Tone Perfect Substitute. Maid 111 will betaken aa. conieatted by Maid L> 1UI2." :apply In the honorable Ueo K Parker,
a
defendantIt I county jun K..IU and for said cnnuty. st his of. '
--- - -- -- in further ordered that this order 1>e pub- floe In KlMtlmniee city, lu mid county, st 10 Notice ot Executor for Final
liHhud once a week for four contwcuiivH. week.II I o'clock s. m., or as soon ther after. ao the matter .
can be heard, for authority to sell at private Discharge.
,
the KI..llllm.'II"" & ttc, a newspaperpnUlishc'l
\, T"" : a LHOTEL RUNNYMHDERnnuymede Nearly everybody who has ever tried r In Hulil Comity Mtultute 1 :.lA I the: :undivided: one-nnsrter fI I interest In Court of the County Judge Slat of Florida
p. 5J . calomel for constipation or a sluggish Thin llnJ;: day of February, 1 1\l1!>!_'. of undivided two sixths interest each of In re estate of Martha TurUugloo, flout** t-"
h Florida I [Seslj] .U Up-to-date, beautifully located liver has found that it gives only a tem : Clerk Circuit Court.loon real. ..estate in said. county, .to-wlt:: The east Notice Is hereby given to all whom It B>ajconcrrn '
.. } h.1of the northwest quarter of bectlon No that. on the lOthday of May A. D.
A fH..r.tlolle'lou.!
*2 Artesian Water, Tennis and Cltquet 1 relief. For calomel is such .
porary a .. for Complaint. 0 41 27. lownsblpNo 2H.oulb.oIH.l1le81..I. 1K1J. I dull apply to th. Honorable. bea F.
\. t '- Grounds, Rood hunting, fist h': powerful drug that it shocks and weak- ---- _._- - ----- -- which appllcatlou will be tiHited upon the Parker,Judge. of said Court, a* Judge of Probate )
Jifj and boating. A first-clas I petl'ton I for such sale now on file In said. court. for a final dtaoharg* a* executor of theestat
.r hotel overlook? ens the liver and makes it less able afGood Application for Final Discharte. I Listed January mh: A. D. 19U. *of Martha A. Tar to l .ded; and.
--j modern country InIonrloftheCOUntyJudge.' Htatonf Florida : LruiA J. UODBOU, that at the __Urn I win\ present my final
I East Tohopekaligra Lake. lerward to do its duty than in the first Oaoeola County In re KnUte. of L. II. Will. 4-At un.nllao.L. accounts aa executor of said**tat., and**k lor '
_ cooking and beds. Tab!e place. I i lama, deceaaed.Notice -: their approval. .'
bow la hereby given, w Dated November 10th A. D.. 1911. ,
n week from $2 may
$5 rooms
'' per ; This I. one of the reasons why the concern that. on tbe 2bth .r.I of :'lIltA'. I). Order For Publication.In B. O. K....
e' ., to $g week bath and show r o
per }''12. I shall apply to the Honorable duo F. 40-lmotmo Bxecntor.
Kissirrjmee Co. would rather sell
Drug
bath included. Parker Judire of said Court aa Judge' of Pro- Circuit Court State ol Florida', Seventh
fjt 1M Dodson's Liver-Tone to you than calo bale, fur a final diaoharffe a* administrator.of Circuit, Oareola I County, In "
r T-gt WM. G. KRAPE. Manager theeaeate of U U.\ .. .. deoeaaed; and Chancery.Lawreoo Application for Letters of Admin.
t Box 149 P. O. ST. CLOUD, Km mel. We know that Dodson's Liver that at. the .am.. *time I will preaeut my final Heard. U.and BarlowComplainant John I). Heard. lfendant, vs. IsadoraA. istration.In '
acconnta aa administrator of said eatate. and
1-tf Tone is a pure vegetable' liver tonic ack. for their approval. appearing ajr affidarit I appended to th* bill th. Court of the Con frr Jndc,Stets of.. .
that will cure constipation quickly and Dated. Oct. M. A. 1> 1011. flied l in the above-slated cans thai Isadora A. Florida.
A, fc.:: DROUGHT Administrator.44lmodmoa Hoard and John Q. Heard, the defendant Kstat of Specie A. Orsir. Deceased..-O.- '
gently without any danger of bad after- therein named are non-resldanli ol tbe state oeols County.
ot Florida, and. are resident of Peoria. In By the Judge of Raid I Court.
effects. We guarantee it to do this the County or Union and stale ol Ohio, and seaover WheresLS, B.k. D. Orcrstrs has applied to
CUSTOM TAILORING with a guarantee that is simple and Notice of Executor.In the age of twuntT-on yean; It Is thawore this court for letters of administration oa th. h
i Court of the County Judge State of Florida ( ordered that ssi I non..td.ut defendant estate o' aI-t. A. ()y..t..*.. d-"", late S
tair. If you buy a bottle of Dodson's in re Estate of Temple I A Minx, l> '. Ope* fa*and are hereby required to appear to tb.bill of aid County Oscok; i

s.': i that is absolutely right in style, fit, and price. You Liver-Tone for yourself or your children ola County.hereby I piece, to all whom It may of Mondsy complains the died 4lb .d.in,said of cane Maichi on 191 or% A.before n.< .11 These and are slotnlar: therefore the kindred to site and sod Creditors admonish of

ti: can. buy "ready-mades," of course, but they're not ; and do not find that it ia a perfect concern that OB the let day of March.. A. D. othenrla the allocations of said 'bill.will betaken said des* sd to be and appear before this 1'1'Court
1912. I shall aoplr to the Honorable Gee r.Parker . as oonfmed by said defendant on or bf or* th.2nd day of March A.D.
1 [ made for you and they show it. Swing samples. now[ substitute for calomel, then come backto ,Judge of said Court, M Judge of ProbaMor luhed It la further week ordered for that four this order be pnb 190. and HI. ob'81' _.. If any they loa..,... d

. ; f / arriving. Come in'nd: see them. the store and, get your money. "If (.atitt a final of Tempi discharge A. HIM.a* Administrator deceased; and of that the at '10 the Elealmmee ouoe a .lu/o"oonaeeutlv...' a n..T week..P th aid* eatata.granting oth.of..leUen...the ot sam admllllMratlon wild b*granted oa ''. y,

you don't get value for your money out the ama time I-.wUJ freaent my final. oeouiiM pubU.be4 la said County and Stata to Hid K. L. D.pTtrstrrtor to some ash Bl .
::, B'VAT. TRUMPELLER I .t edfLto.t.. r.Dftct-w r.ad-aak, tot bleI..u" Uth.ltlll AwreoaMDoaSGAX pse.0g persons "" f"----*,
, of thl.tolc,'. ltls"your"right:<)expect their approraL. ltealj : ness xay nam. a* county J_4ft of tfc. ,
!. Willson's Real Estate Office Building back and will Dated August tat A. Clerk Circuit Court. DIr.ionooiaJ4u.latll.17U day .f anoary.WH .
we gladly
i ;y your money Q191MNI( I ZLla/SSTII JoanaoM, Deputy! Clark. A. : 8
i ;rl give it to you. M-lmo 6 mo Administrator.{ Monad OIIOCB and PALMin A BoamsOH, ileal) Ono. r VAM-. f" '
." .'SoliclloreforOomplalnanta. H' 461 County J....
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY UZETTL' ,,, : ,'
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Political(' Announcementsn I i'' -:---. ,' ........:.-

Gov. Gilchrist'Issues Proclamation The following' pupils of the Kisaim-! Only 'a Week Left in Which to 'IF'

f f for' Post.Card Day; mee Public School have not been absent. Qualify for Vote.. .

or tardy during the month ending Feb
Governor Gilchrist has Issued the following -
19,..1912, having made'an average of 90 1 Only one week" remains for the people _

i. 11I\ o.. .I 'pl"of Cla Florfda atlon to,;observe calling.upon 1 the percent or,more'in their studies,'with to pay. their poll taxes in order to the .same:prices,_
people May asas
,not!less_than. ..85 per cent in any subject participate In the Democratic primary is better.
Post card our quality
ICard pay.
( 'Every post
containing a Florida view .or a Florida and not less than'95 in deportment : of April,30th.Thouaandll.' .: _c_ .. __ -- .--........"" .. .
r '
+
First Grade-A.( Diylaton)=-Cora '- ;ara'oil;-thew'regiBlrat'io n

.....-,.. 0 ..the\entiment.thatJs.aent1totheNorthor West, will helpthe state: Rutherford r:( Ruth)Hyde Vera Gilbert, list who can not vote because the requirements
> ...
Ruth Davis, Bessie Miller, Kenneth for the, qualification of
State of Florida, Executive. Office. If
'PROCLAMATION BY 'tua GOVERNOR Broneon Soseph Clements; Clyde Getz, voters have not been complied 'with.'

... Eldredge Harris, Eldred Hint. Tony
Wednesday! May 1, 1912, is herebydesignated Soperla, Ruth Bowen. To procrastinate is dangerous, as the
'' hr r as "Florida's Call" tax collector can not handle all who
(B. Division)Myrtle Savage, Olive the same quality,
On.this day all public spirited residents wait until the last days of the already
.1i i 'r w r Rutherford. Zclraa Bronson, Leola lower.
and all people having-the inter- Hogan Nirginia Dann, Martelle Locke, limited time. .our prices are

"'. est of humanity at heart, ,will make Louise! Regero, Minnie Miller, Mary; The poll taxes go to the schools the
,I' known to the outside world, through county. The indifference of the people
L. 7,' Alke, Catherine ,McKay, Eula Bowen,. -
_c postal cards, newspapers, pamphlets, Uly Chapman, Sidney Phillips, Lesley may cause a aerioue loss to the school.
or circulars the manifold benefits to be
s
Williams, Donald Kelley. fund.An
I I derived from living permanently as a Second Grade uardner., Norma energetic, systematic campaignon GROCERIESTO

resident or temporarily as a visitor in the of the school board the
v Duke, Dorothy Miller, Dorothy Satter- part
our great state. field Lydia Elke, Gladys Griffin, "candidates, and the Woman's Club

''A In: testimony whereof, I do hereuntoset Madeline Neylone, Veln a. Hudson, would result in giving to the schools '

my hand and cause to be affixed the Lois Little. Frank Rand, Bart Bass, several thousand dollars. EAT
rrl
; itrI Great Seal of the state of Florida, at
I Edward Getz, Millard Rutherford, The Board of Trade should encouragethe
Tallahassee the this thirteenth
,
capital
I Kirby Johns, Horace Dann, Walter citizens to take part in the business
I . day of February, in the Year of Our ,
Larenz, Charles Gordon Charles of government. I It should agitate'the
Lord Nineteen Hundred and Twelve, I
P Jackson. payment of poll taxes. A large num- rAT

I ALBERT W. GILCIIRIST GovernorBy I Third Grade-Harry Arnold, Maurice I ber of its members are not qualified. "''!,

i i i Wilcox, Carl Reidel, Lytton! Cosens, Only a few days remain and the time to
the governor; attest' : I 1 Add. Gilbert tlma; _Griffin, ClintonYoung get busy is NOW.
II, CLAY CRAWFORD, '
. Lila May Williams, -Verenu This West Kissimmee t,
Secretary of State. I is presidential year. It is the
Fouts Edna F-iances Kritz,
Harvey, year when all state and county officials
- --- - --
. : t 'I' Irene Rspp Alta Kulp, Leona La- must be chosen. Already the announcements '

1 AGGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN I I : Martin, Nellie Bowen Maud Tiner, show that seventy-six 'names Taylor's

I Thelma Gilbert, Thelina Woodell,
i will be on the official primary ballot.

Hon. Cary D. Landis Given Enthusiastic Lillian Harris, Edith Miller, Corleon It will be the longest list of candidatesin Phone ZSO Quick Delivery i
f'I
Bryan. the history of Florida. 6
,11 Support for State h
\ Attorney
I I' I Fourth Grade-A. DivisionJessieI ) The candidates themselves are

Elsewhere in the Record appears Bowen, Pansy Bowen, Lucile Downing,
but
.' taking little Interest this mat-
in i
picture of lion. Cary D. Landis, candi Carrie Goodwin, Grace Eleanor Graves, ter. __ H __ U __ .
t They are wasting their time Inviting -
i date for State Attorney from the; Nellie Aansel, Nettie Hessmg, Myra i PASSENGER
: CARY D. LANDIS men who are not qualified to vote j"{
I Seventh Judicial Circuit. I LaMartm Margaret Lee, Fay Tyner, for them. The best campaign work LAUNCH KISSIMMEE"Kissimmee
I Mr. I Landis is receiving most encouraging Lenore Van Duzer Uiel Woodall.
; : Candidate for State Attorney that can be done at present is to see
'
I news from the varions partsof > (B. Division) Harold Flint, Harry that their friends are qualified. Walk LEAVES FOR

;r ".: Seventh Judicial Circuit the circuit and feels confident of Schell, Ellen Gordon. Clara Ploetz, with them to the collector's office and

C ;" ., .. 7tfJ. winning by a large majority. I Harriet Rogers, Janette Sullivan. see that they are in a position to vote. ParkDaily
His home county of Volusia will be> Fifth Grade-Paul Benter Frank That is
the best and only way a voter

orsClaude I practically solid for him. John Edgar Bryan, Sadie Bryan can aid them.Standing at 8:00: A. M. and 2:00 P. M. ,
J.' C. LDNINGState Mr Landis' first introduction to our Blanche Davis, Therisa Dietz, Ruby
leaves forKISSIMMEE.
on street corners and eXplaining Rbturning
people was as an instructor in the law Duke, Grace Gilbert, Helen Reed,
to a lot of non-voters how to 930: A. M and 3.30: P. M.
department of Stetson .
I. University.After Irene Reed, Mary Singletary, Ollie
N save the government does not get -
remaining" there for two years he May Cummins, Frances Tress Nettie anywhere t
r'kt entered the practice of law, forming a Higdon, Mabel Bowen Charles Carter. When the late Napoleon B. FARE 25c

". partnership with Judge Bert Fish. This Sixth Grade-Margaret Anderson Broward came across a fellow who was

., I firm has perhaps one of the largest Isa Cam, Elsie Dietz, Willie 'Getz, not qualified he passed him up. He JOHN DAVIS. CAPTAIN 1r
did not waste time him in his electioneering
on -
I practices! outside of the large cities in Gusme Winn. Gertrude McKay, --
He dismissed .I
I the state of Florida For many years Catherine Jackson, Fdith Pry. Omittedby campaign.
him usually with the remark, "lie ain'tno
Mr. Landis was actively engaged in the mistake last month, Isa Cain. hero." We Carry the

Criminal Court practice in this and Seventh Grade-Robert Jackson, Famous

I other counties. lie is regarded as one Nettie Newton, Blanche Lawson, Qualification now means that you

of the ablest' criminal trial lawyers in Lynette Hogan, Ruth Harvey, Gladys will participate in the coming primaryand Barrington SteelcutCOFFEE
I
this section of our state He will make Casler, Blanche Cain, Violet Bullock, in the charter amendment election.It I

; an able energetic and vigorous prosecuting Beulah Alvey. means that you will also be a participant ,4i

F : attorney and official of whom Fighth Grade--Mattie Belle Harris in the city election next year. t t

not only his home people and county Abbie Harris l.fssie Hay, Celeste Start the campaign for qualificatIontoday. TRY IT TI/VIT '1I1YIT TRYIT

t ra but the (entire circuit, mav well be Moseley, Ethel: Gilbert, Myrtle Collier, }
I'
/
I proud' Volusia County Record. XO-lt Helen Bass, Marie Boyd, Don. Benter, Civic Leagues can operate and doa
f C. W. GRIFFIN
I Harry Whitzal. great good; in this direction. The
r Boarding House for Sale. ,
HIG\I SCHOOL churches are already urging( the people North Kisnimnue Phone 8.

Boarding house of inciud-. to qualify and take interest in
x : ) nine rooms, Ninth Grade- Lela McAdoo. an gov-
L'Engle ing bath-room. Hot and cold water, I rnnaent.
I bath, toilet and sink ; electric Tenth Grade Nellie Calkins Alice
I It _I It House furniHhed complete and JiKhtS'1 Stute Edward: Newton Only a few days longer-the present'

Editor of Dixie and the SunCANDIDATE I with boarders. at this time Eleventh: Grade.-Jean Thomas qualified list is disgraceful. $1 $2 Acre Month
or
per
UOxllO: Can be purchased on very per 'r
Cecelia Overstrtee Don't be in doubt. See for yourself
FOR reasonable
+ terms for particulars call
i on or write us. H M. BREAKER & I Twelfth Grade-Inez Carson, Elon that you are properly qualified. No Buy 0 f*.tiford clcrv far*. Flowlafc .rtcnlan _

t CONGRESSMANATURGEPRIMARIES Co. 47-tf Guice Corinne Gil bar t. one but the individual can attend to fine dralnnc well ,guaranteed.nood: oubMoil.proven iiib-irr dlnlrict< iatlon,,
I this important duty. no intercut water and rail .r..rtll-
i tio.. Our llberai contract allow nix 1
:, : >\ Treasurer 1912 I This work for qualification should betaken yearn to pay out Till. Bond MUnara.t_
.. Co., Banford. Fla. 4a.lyr
,, ',. " up'in every countf,in the State.

. : .;o' ,\ Candidate_ to Succeed He has fought. for the" Peo -Dixie. -
S. S. BUZZA
't" ? :$ j.'.! ." Hlmse1lI' ple's rights for six years. HewitPcontinue & SON w.

.", >. :' ,: this name Tight ARTHUR E. DONEGAN
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I Was appointed Treasurer by the FLORISTCut
I In the some forceful wary, in II
I Cement and Concrete
yr i tiovernor solely upon his merit. : Congress.

er# i St. Cloud Paper Give Senatorial can- Flowers and Floral De-
Work of all Kinds
Was not an applicant and no one : Vote.for L'Engle I signs for all occasions.
didate Warm Praise.
f' asked for his appointment : Potted Plants and Roses a !
And for your choice for Di.trictCongre..man I SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY
While our paper is and will be a specialty.
F l+' IS A SAFE, CAREFUL AND I too.
PRACTICAL BUSINESS MAN. I I Residence Phone 58 Mabbette :Street strictly l local paper, we cannot resist Phone w: MISS JEAN CALUWEIIS.U.BUROCK

a K.. II Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave. the temptation of writing; a few words:

Y "' I ibout lion. A. E. Doncgan, whose an-
By retaining; him as State Treasurer ++++++T++++++++++++++++++ ..
.' you guarantee the safety of nouncement appears in this IR8ue. Ever
the State's! funds and a thorough, ', since the inception of our colony the

i1.. capable administration of the THE G RAYSTOi\E lion. A. E. Donegan has always shown
i '' office. jt |
r' a great i interest in our town. and has always -
'Mrr" If you're particular about yourTOILET
{ UPON THE ABOVE STATEMENTS been one of the upholders of St.

S. \,_ FACTS HE SOLICITS' YOUR t PER.All THE TEAR :+:: SOAPS Cloud and its possibilities REAL ESTATE raaaaaafaafaoaaa.

'":.:""' SUPPORT. 10-lt I ::1: 2.50 to 8.50 per day. :j: As the clerk of the circuit court of .. '

"". i. I Ijl :t Special by week or month. t come here-we have a fine line to choose Osceola county he has had hard and INSURANCEExamination

:t from-probably your favorite kind. strenuous duties to perform. He has I .;',
.' I. W THUnMMI, Pup I.D. PORTER, Mgt t \

t++++++++++++++++++++++++::1: OSCEOLA PHARMACY MProprietrelesey i::: encountered and has had many all kinds hardships and in dispositions so doing -- of Titles a .: I h: '

\ of men to contend with and more
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These duties have always been done

.1 't, W. L. 'VflH DDZOB with courtesy to his clients and both ;Correspondence Solicited, 1

Y from Mr. Donegan add from his staff

i National League all have received the consideration and

MAKE NO MISTAKE of Commission kindness to which they were entitled.As J. W. THOMPSON
Merchants of the .
United States a booster of our town, Mr. Done i

gan has shown by the large amount of .t

-i Real Estate SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Southern Number Shipper 60 money he has invested here that he has .
the interests of our citizens at heart.
,RS. ., _. -- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
His large hardware store has not only

S. H. & E. H. FROST proved a fair investment to him, but it andLICENSED l i

has proved more than a good invest-
:' KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ment to many of our old comrades who EMBALMER
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
%yyxof have arrived in St. Cloud hardly knowing ....

x ESTABLISHED 1865 ; where they would put up or procure .

their goods, and this clerks here Opposite Courthouse


'. CARSON & BASS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES good.In have. always worked for the common I 1

presenting the announcement of KlBSIUUEB FLoRIDA.

T. F. WEST Practical Painting lion. A. E. Donegan as a candidate for

'' ... state senator from the senatorial district -
Candidate For Attorney General ,
f All Work Guaranteed of Orange and Osceola countieswe .
Washitiston St. Cor. Jay St. New York
;,. + He is native of the state, has 319 can suggest no more honorable or SHIP I FRUITS AND"EGIiTaBLES
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been in the active practice of the Papering, DecoratingSign References>-Aetna Not'l. Bank, Mercantile Agencies; cleaner canidate who could be proposed, To tit. old reliable SCOwi.
4k Writing trust that at the ..l..lon Merchant
t and we coming pri-
law for ten years, has served in
; r. mry he will receive the unanimous VINZANT&CO.JACKSONVILLE.
t ", f.he House of Representatives and Pleasant Kissimmee Fla. DO ,LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT? votes of..,:St. Cloud and Osceola county -. r"LA.H . I'G

iI State,Senate, and is in accord with Avenue sa I for senator from our district.-St. ,10:

'. the. .progressive. spirit of-. the times. t-nt Cloud Tribune t l I


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lent. Vegetable.Ingram ; 1. Escaped. t", -, -... i F '\ I ir

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p pl which acres he to expects cucumbel'll to be, ; Talks I in TimeJame i I 6:1 f -t v e'


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Cu another live acre"" ': I : ,', 1
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'"ferUllze4 'hili land for had .. ? .. >Y ..
,. In S.A paid Gertrude marked. _... : e
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{', es lI'poee'ot'raiplnjt a ay.cr. . tenUon' while ahe wu .llltlng' her "

'at je harvested II' eucumbe'P aunt Thouch others new;to a car writs.. Y P ,
he expect.'to pay all t Pre t Railroad Min Tells of taJ"tT that be intended peopoalnc to 1 1c
a:' ilizer.and' of !pt Million and i''' Quarter the charming'stranger, James himself \ 'i

e both sutteela Ilan In Adv.rtlal ng. "u undecided; \ L Li
crops Jf he hI" '
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!leetlDS a girl at dance only ;
d from, the experience r Tba T aew.papen.produoe the tog ber with her company manDel'llon. I

of rite 111 every reason to belie d heats 'resultll ,from" advertising, ab4ordtt Iin't conducive to really knowing i

he '!uery, dolla h. recelvel for t \ Gerrlt Fort, passenger traf- .her, 801lllQuized Jame. "How can -. "

'* cu will be clear profit. And r lao IDI l'' if the Harriman railway I tell that like the girl who when she

an 'hould happen to ask you, tIot '1 qate 1ho\ npeMI..d the handling was good, was very very good aDd 'w
Lee cucumben that haven' II cf tile rd dnrtl.lns approprla- when she wall bad she wu borrld. t
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cos Ing to raille II a rather val I tlol 0 '1.260,000 provIded bT his corpo"Ut I'll solve the enIgma. Accept her invitation t Pa J ",
'I 'Jut year to be used In adver to spend a few days at her + .
able to have
i roperty The teo ,
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UsIng w thln twelve. months: "The country; home.. The relit will do me .
acre ady planted IB 'within w
dally "'lIpapera reach the people gQOd. Then after that If we prove .,
; bloc the Valley Gazette office 10'1 and st malate core.pondence and de-; congenial, me for a benedlct." a r '
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":: _. n __._.- ._ lIre to urthet knowledge," be' says Gertrude was a vision of joveline.s \ : .- '. ,

An ED TO PRACTIC I "Fono t' 11 literature then closed the when she greeted her admIrer at the r
''I dent a made a prospective! settler ltatiOo."So .
.01 the ,twspaper reader" delighted you came:' she said ,-

SU ndent ,Sears Admit'ed t tJ. ti. I Fort laYI that In his adyertlalng'campal welcoming him with a joyful tape, t
a he lIu used all kInds of "We needed another for our tennis 1j"

J. S.. Supreme court.Uo medium from dally new.paperll' to match." ' ';) I

w. J. Sean, county magar-hel, bookletl. pIctures,. pampjt- ''1m: too tired to play commenced :
euperintende
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I lets blboarda and lecturer. hm,. j"o
tf public Instruction has 4
just "We peal to the people In our adt0' "Don't be dIsagreeable but burry: \
racer a certificate entitling him .verth'I ents, We 10meUme. shot they're waiting for us." returned Gar'trope. .

1 pract law before the supreme court II In the aIr, but I lUll convinced that "4 .'.

of Inlted S.ate8. He qualified on enough lof the shot scattered bT the After the game; at which the new .
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1I. them trip from which he re- dally newspapers bIt the mark to comer was badly beat u, Gertrude suggested ; ,

4 turn i few days ago Mr. Sears vlsJ make the entire campaign pay a swimming Contelt r

jv fiver Falls and Belle Vernon, "Railroads must be deyelopera. "I'd rather not:' complained James. ,

Pa., latter place his former home They mqst develop the country "Let'll sIt In that inviting hammock" '
and through which the tracks run. The "Your no_port dou't b. a ditcher:' '
a present residence of Mr. Ed ,
S only way that I know of to develop a laid one of th4 party.
Jag a who formerly resided here. Dur- country II to let the people know what "If you Insllt all rIght answered TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF ORANGE AND OSCEOLA COUNTIES '

visit. at Belle Vernon Mr. Sears have. to mee.Bo .
+ you oller I am a candidate for Slate Senator from the Senatorial District composed .
bane a banquet of about eighty Fort conducts an advertising campaign In swimming they went. Everyone \ 4
Sll men, at which his brother was I 88 he would build a railroad.An except James enjoyed the cool I of Orange and Osceola Counties, and will appreciate your support 1 '

taster, and had an opportunity to executive committee meets wIth refreshing waves. But, he never dId Ever since the creation of this Senatorial District in 1881';each County hat

a few words for Florida him and plans a method of spending enjoy anything be dIdn't want to do. had a Senator for the same number of years, the custom being to' ,lloio each

-- I the approprIation for the year When At dInner Gertrude commented upon County a representative for eight years at a time. Orange County has had the

' Resolutions all II ready the publicity men are al the fact that her guest dId Dot ap- Senator for the past eight years and under the customs prevailing in the past, .

; Sympathy. progressive!,: as railroad builders who pear In a while suit Osceola County would be entitled to the Senator to be eJected In the primariOL ____ .!'. _- 4; -'
J te Great Captain of All Soldiers<
see fit to call from this field 01 battle out surveyors the and engineers havelaid he"No replied., you seem to dislike all the Quarter of a century, and I see no reason why it should be broken at this time.
route to be followed
oat of the old veterans, Mr. W. S. "The actual. result of the advertle- things I find pleasure 1n. For In- I have served the people of my County at various times, as Deputy Tax )
; Jlawell. We should rejoice that his Collector Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court member of the =
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t Ing III dif lcult to estimate accurately," stance, would you like to take a tramp meet
r IifEof warfare III over, but how he will he Bald "We authorIze the expenditure through the wood 1" ber. of the State Democratic Executive Committee and Clerk of the Circuit '

T be nosed by his loved ones and friends. I and then b\gln\ to trace the tesuits. "Burea, let'a start,: early In the i Court and I have discharged the duties of each office 1 have had, in a manner ,:

+ Therefore be It I In many instances we run morning," agreed James, glad for an I which I trust has met with the hearty endorsement of my people,' and if elected '

10000fved, by the memben of the against a stone wall before we get to opportunity to be alone wIth Ger- as your State Senator I will use my best efforts to promote such legislation as Is

Bryan Chapter of the U D. C", the actual facts, but we find enough tr1Jde. needed by the people and the varied interests in thls,Senatorial district :

Wit In this hour ot sorrow we extend good done to know that advertising because After being he insisted abused for three trumpIng hours In asking you to elect me as State Senator believe that'l know the needs ..:

I Is daughter and our sister, Mrs. pays."A occurred his partner' ace, James upon retired, to be in a legislative way of this district s well perhaps; as anyone in the district, and_'

Mon, Tiller our sincerest sympathy. last yea.r.ronllpfCUIUS Three(; example the UnIon awakened at dawn by a gentle knock I believe I can represent, you in the State. Senate in a manner-tha.t. will be entirely -,
years ago
:I e separation from her lather will be satisfactory to ARTHUR E. DONE
i t, Pacific opened a. direct line to Yellow- at hIs door, you. \ANr
b sly for short time-the years pass stone Park. Before that time the "Hurry, I'm all ready," called Gertrude -

t quickly He has answered the sum- park could be reached only by a tiresome r

i f!Dons to come hole apd will wait for stage Journey The first and James Jumped belter-skelter Into r t

\ .the coming of 1.i4 children and com- second year we advertIsed the' new his clothes and found Gertrude waitt .
..1Mas. Ing for him, lookIng not quite' u r
r line only slightly; and let It take care -- .r-T .
N. C. ARYAN, I,I of Itself The travel lhcteaeed but pretty as' she bad In the favorable tI i

MRS. DR. HICKS, slightly.L"; we advertised the direct cullgh After walking a couple of mites LUMBER LATHS MOULCINOB BHiNQLiS '
year
MRS. L. II. INGRAM I route to the park extensively The James protested that he felt weary I :
Committee. ,
and hungry
result was that we more than doubled
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the number of passengers carrIed In .. '
' 't forget that the price of a want the other yeara. All of these passengers half-mlle from here. We'l get some _.;; _.I
the Valley Gazette is the cheap- bad to ride over various part. apples:' said Gertrude, for nothing 01AJ/ '- 'I,. .., ';.I; I .
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vestment you ever made, I,line of our road to reach the connecting could walk. deter'her' from "continuing-. .her t'T'e Ps f A i; 1 1;y: :: f ryr '.

t d 'That I. what 1 call producing direct A very 80\er\ couple appeared on

t j re8ults. lt'is.emphasized by the the porch a few hours later After -'Dyal-Upchurch Building, JacksonviUe'Florlda
fact that a competitor' who also a hearty breakfast Gertrude begged '
'White'Leghorns'lIatchlng touches that locality, made only a James to go flsblng He had to row Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock Is made from the best-timber In- Florida, I. well man.ufactured .

normal Increase In busIness, while around the. lake for the rest of the I and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for /carload Iota are exceptionally good .
Egg8 $6.00 per 100. ours more than doubll'd" I morning In the broiling sun and all ..'.

1 Pens of 10 choice hens and cod, I they caught were two small perch. r

one and and after Y years May old 16,. for Will sale book on The Meaning of Advertla"'g. mented"Some as strenuous the boat lire neared," he the landing com-. __,_________ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ _._ ..n
primary object of the merchant
orders advance when accom- and he was becoming bored by .,
who advertises In today's newspaper, ._ . .
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'panled by deposit.Wilson. Gertrude's InceBRant talking of topics ,
says the Phlladelpbla Record, Is to
which did not interest hIm. _
f Bros. sell the t goods that are now on his ,
"Tlwse stunts are an pverday occurence.
I' ahervee and 1 rountl'rs The secondary
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'ouldn't you like to live
Egg' Farm object 180 .sell the goods; that will Embroidered Embroidered
this simple lire? questioned Gertrude
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rome Into his .tore next week, nest -
"Not to my taste
P. O. Box 447 TAMPA I month next year. "The boys expect you to play In i.

I The merchant should never lose theIr I baseball ," Gertrude called I
Ju..t Right or the secondary object or hisadvertising. garpe :
after James as he left her Corset Covers Voile Waist
;, Each dRY'8 itd must bea
.a substantial addition to the founda- The baseball over Gertrude appeared i .
wIth her golf bag requesting
lion
or hie store's reputatfon
f James to play with her They chased
The cumulative effect of dally ad- I
.r-1 i the ball around the links until It Beautiful hand-embroidery on fine Satiate Fronts, exquisite patterns on fine white
I vprn..lng Is to make such an impression -
I started to pour rain In torrents. scalloped edges, button-ltoled eye-
upon every newspaper reader
elf : "Ite pouring:, cried Jamea. Voile with one-and-a-half yards of plain
that Ir h& does not want any or the lets for ribbOn; all made exbept hem
': I "Oh, we always play In the rain," '
I a, ct"S I adverllspd articles ImmedIately, Ire answered Gertrude and band $1.95 matching material to finish $1.80
a will eventually be made to want them,
t Drenched to the skin they started r
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1I and will have his mind made up In
advance alto where he had better borne
"What's the trouble with your facer
buy them.

to Frame Instant your results advertising, but count with conn a view 1nt- asked"1. don't Gertrude.know, It feels all face." I Embroidered Flouncing for Robes at 45 Cents a yard t tA

'Its swollen and has red patches ,,
ly on an extra divIdend In the
8'f1pe
of future results all over It. Maybe its poison try" :.
After consulting the village doctor, '
who Informed hIm thAt he bad moat
..t....................... likely touched some fry In the woodland
Voiles in white and colors.
Silk-striped
When you prepare your copy had a bad cue <)f' poisoning, e

S lof dE1w If you can pet four line. In It. James returned home on the next Plain Voiles, in black, white, and colors. 1
i that traIn to remain In the house for a
will/ make reader
your '
Cotton Foulards-look Just like silk ones. '. .
Intensely.
think four linea more you get week suffering r. ,

+ ao much space fr.. Don't crowd When James read of Gertrude'. engagement Satin Crepou, white and dainty colors., :" ': : x\;
use qand' too much matter Into little to Harold Litton, champIon "

.peo. It 18 not understandable of the football players he heaved a Corded Jacquard Silks, Tissues, Ditidties. "

1 dish, "1 to the layman end h. doeln't sigh of reUef."Thanks Bordered Lawns Zephyr 6lughftlUs Etc.
L'Engle take the time, anyway, to go to' that poison ivy 1 ... ,

IASt o.k J E ... THE BUN through the thllg verbatlm.- caged In time. If 1 was 10 tired out ,-
Arthur Brisbane, In a couple of days how could 1 haft
stood It for a life timer ,,t''o,1' 'f ,

Candidate fort -
I Petl'lfled I"ore.t Giants i iH'

CatchY Advertising Three petrified redwood treee that "' ;
ressman.at Large A Dutchman bad a cart from wblcbhe have been pronounced the very largest C. STANFORD COMPANY' : i' t tJ

imaries 1912. peddled wlenerwur.t sausage. One In the world that have thug far ,
day be saw ou a bake wagon: "You been discovered have just ben, unoo"
Deed a blleult." It struck him as a erect from the debris of the mountainside ., .
C t. a fought-for the People'. good advertisement, .0 he painted ouhla only a short dl.tancie from the .!'1
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v1 cart: "You need a biscuIt.. but yOU Bohemian Club Grove .- .
fqr afs 7..... H. will famous 'In i ,,
L rb. Deed a wIener worst" Sonoma count, California ri>ia's 'i I .

1 a this' asma ftllht In the. 1 tit" near Ut. little town or G cci.. Napol.on' Capricious; Appetite" -r HAlma .Deftned. Florida'Ia now attracting more attest

d4 Lo.fial way le I Oongr.. When Carols Advisable: deDt. Napoleon bad a penchant for roast Home I. a mlctc ,word and 'IF' sel- tenUon from bomeeeekera than.l.D7 ,. '
"It took 'Branlcomb six mODtbl to ODe of these prehistoric monsters fowls, cutlet and smoking coffee. ne dom try ,to analyze It.A_ little Polish
make up hll mind concerning the kInd that make the pyTamldl of Egypt; ate'at odd times, and only when b. ctrl In a pUblic school wu asked recently hate! In the Union, and Oaceola county r ;

for L'EngloT of ap automobile-be would buy" modem bT com parI IOn ID their ages. felt hungry driving bll ,cook. to dl. to write a dellnltlon or "bome." il attracting more attention than. anr' '

T CitAr chocc. tor Diatrlol <"Yel. and I understand that he bad measures IS feet In diameter and I.no I. traction beeaule 'wheD b. called for "A home." She wrote, "II where'peo- county in FJorid. Send 25 tents fqr acopy.ot \ '''';' ;P

,: known hie wife only two weeks before feet In 1.DcU1. Th. two other rood It bad to b6 ready for him almost pie live. and where a maD or somebody the illustrated\ magazineeditlom,, .' y
'tw r..xnap. Tpcl they were Ibarrted." petrUled. trove are 11 sag ,' II, feet 011 the instant or af least u goon a. comes home and IIndl people of the Valley; Gazette' and you ..
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/ ,+ TWINS 'located for The, Wln'tr? ';[:MUSICAl qPPQRTUNTY| ANNOUNCEMENTS' -- ; S' '

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-' Mr., J., M. Gardner has located the :, : !'"i For' ClerlCCSrcuit Court. : Classifi I ertjsementsad [ .. T

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Osceola Grower Presents' Unusual' following winter "rsi ton during the past Metropolitan,. Concert. Company to -A' th.r-nnr 'nt- --noltoltarloifi"my"'irfendthroughout .. ".
week.Mr..and WrMarks Kansas the ooimtT,1 hcrobjr nnounoe m,.
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'"- Appear Here Monday. ,I elf tMniJIdat lor Clerk ol : *
Orange Valley Gazette I t.
--7rot- ; at Mrs. Pfann's; Mr. and peShlelds ofSpartanbug In and fur OHoeolR county at the coming prtnmry. Advertisements are Inset te lied > a of 5
,' Osceola ounty h bound to,b T the ,.- S. c., at Mr; C. E.;; KIsRimmee l la to have a rare musical .' kind.support I wiNk In to tb.thank]..il. and the solicit people their for thai support I' per 110.. ,,_ n.. ,

banner coUI1'ty ot the state of Florida( Franklin's; Mr. and Mrs. Geo Ferrell, treat in,,the. ..visit on Monday night of In the future. If elected.. I oladg my eroqa.,., ,
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iklthfal' norvlro and l oltonltou M tb die x
My a man who hsa been here from hi.gfaney at W. C. Gilbert's? Mr. and'Mrs. D3, Metropolitan! Concert Company of I duties. of the offlo. k".etfuU..I.I peron FOR SALE1AEWYPOiSALEGOodp1 OOM: Cottage lar.re. I lot, Ioced

,-.for he explains the original Getter, at J. R. Gilbert's; Mr. and New York, consisting of four noted I ,J. L. oV Jli1l.8TRltlrr. !the''In Lck and a hail ot po.tomce: nice
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to Mrs. D. L. Sessions of Bartow )In. violinist and ; /$ I Cltrua'fruit trees. electric
..ettlers; who have never cared: go ; mu.lclanetwo vocalists, a ">; !ighlr and bath
becoming Neeley and Mrs. C. 0.' of hiueic lovers of: r ,/a .Price... .$2,850. H.
Into anything but itockraisinff are Chapman a pianist None of the For Tax Assessor, reasons, for selling. Fennell, Jlel' M. Jsreaker & Co.. S-tt''

aroused to the necessity of Larkin Kansas, at. Dr. Downing'. *. "'our city should miss this splendid. re-I.hereby lonoano my.elf candidate rorI , "nce fC7"tf- .- -- - -- I

practical demonstration of what Florida ., I cital by recognized artists of whom the of Tax Amieiitior. 01 Oeoeola county ftub Qs.COOK'S IEW: Modern iux.roorn concrete bun- ,
to the will of tbe Democratic voters at the thqroughbrecj SuOrplnlrton galow, close
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STRAIN postofflce and
q .oiiwillproduce; that some of them Edwards-Dertiam: Feb. 29. press everywhere is speaking in termsof coming primary, end If elected I promise to ness bus) .'
G.
JGilbert. Price
give my ........u.I..ntJo. to every dotall ron eggs, $1.60 for 15. f SCUOIU W-WO. terms on
are Retting busy and making rapid the highest praise. uected with tbe omce. O. nUCKEL8 ,.ma 8-tt half Purchase: price if dfired-.-
Just after meeting a little The will be as follows: M.
progress. prayer program I BChl--I, Breaker & Co. 3 8-tf
auto party gathered at the home of Mr. Suite 44 violin and piano (Schutt])
lie .informs us that one, Mr. John W. op FOR SALE'OR RENT-Anew Wo-roor OR SALE-nr

Tracy, who has a large stock of cattle Walker on Mabbett street, where Mr. -Miss Gerwing Mr. Rebarer. For Superintendent; of Public cottage In the Lilly additiortig Fo Eureka addition, $600 reslde ee In, One In

and a fine farm and orange grove about Clyde V. Edwards and Miss Gladis B. Aria "Queen of :Sheba": (Gounod' )- c" Instruction.) particulars write Mrs. W. 11.'rs 9tf'Unk addition, $1,500one; ;In eOne Basui''Ulty'a addi- ,

I "twenty-six miles southeast of Kissim Derham of St. Cloud were united in Miss Richey. Pine Castle Fla. h. tion, $2,500. waten &.Car o Uro-
mywlf acandldate fortb l f'
I meet has the largest yield of sweet potatoes marriage by Rev. S. S. Snyder of the La Boheme "Aria di Rudolpho" (Puccini office I hereby of Superintendent announce of Public Inatmctlo HAY FOR SALE-Well-cured,mDbaled- cery Company. 51-tf
of Onoeola ooiinty, subject to the will of the Planta./ ., '- -.---
church. atterward Mr Pranokl. crab New Kden Iwo
Presbyterian They hay by
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that he ha* ever -eeten. Mr. Democratic voton at the coming primary, and grass '0 very desirable resldVfi |Iota --
11 Tracy also wears the belt' for some improvement returned to St. Cloud where they will Scotch Poem; Novelette; Polonaise' If elected of the I will office.devote. my,:ntlre R. D.time OUIOt to thdntlea . tion Fla. Company, Box 496, Kiss 1 ...mmee..2tp Carson addition, each lOx ,feet.m

in orange culture: not being 'make their home. May much true (MacDowell)-Mr. Rebarer. ,' -- There are 16 bearing ortuuru Gn

1 ( satisfiedwith large clusters of fruit happiness be thelfa. ; The Lass With the Delicate Air FOR SALE OR RENT Nin \- room these lot*, under good be J ...cs, I. '
._ .. house with bath2>> lots 20 located close to the lake V CSI h '
--- -- -'- Arne Aus Meinen Grossen Schmer- ; : : '
t which are common to Florida, he has ( ) ; For Member of the Legislature. orange and grapefruit trees; take the two. SeetH. H;I. ICSy

: \ begun growing twin oranges, and present : BIRTHSTo > zen (Franz)-Miss Richey. I hereby announce mynxlf. a candidate for 'lake, close in. Inquire at larrnR'1 I I& Co.: jf 'tf
: that' I Ave Maria (Schubert-VViJhelmj) ; El- the rU.f:!; : Kppnxpnutlve from this county in Fish Market. ; -t
t I\ the Valley Gazette with one Mr. and Mrs. Arnsen Feb'. 15th the Lezi.IaLure l aubject to the will of. _"_ YRENEfliextlngtjiserf 10UhiI
,
on :
; I measures fourteen inches in cirfiumference. - a ,daughter.To fentanz (Pollper.Hahr-Mlas) Gerwing. the Democratic a..:k: the support voters nf at all the the coming while primaryand voter otbe t FOR SALE-Tent, 14x16 fee ;, wit I 11 ni-es. Get one for your lau- auteI .'
\1 Pagliaccl "Vests la Gubba" (Leoncavallo county. H. CLAY STaN FORD. thko. or.garage and be
flies. Also small organ good I << safe. Sol
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Flint ;
j on Wie die Nacht (BohmMr.. bttta; t. 10tf N. Saundera.
) Still ;
.t Mr Tracy complains that wild turkeys ; D. B. Herrington Ma _agent._KissimtMISCELLANEOI
I (, Feb. 15th. a daughter.To < 1 Pranskl. _ _ _ _ _ --,---
worry him a great deal, and we For Tax Assessor. | rooted .s
wel
FOR SALE 100
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lanier on vigorous, ;
I 1,1, r't ha no reason to doubt it, as our Informant Feb. 18th a daughter.To Waltz Caprice (Bertha Remick) ; I hereby announce rnjritelf a candidate lor paper shell pecan trees, just aTiBvea .
,
Revolutionary Etude (Chopin-Mr. Re- of from the Price opabie. I '" s T Saa a i > |
says that while waiting fort the orflre of Tax Aaiieivor .Oaceola county nursery. rea
... -dinner Mr. Tracy went out in the field Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Driggers on barer. and solicit Democratic theBiipport primary.of the ..oter.lo the approacbluK P. O. Box 444. 10 It ADE. the tuner. Orlando.; "

r just a few rods from the house and Feb. 21st, a son. Duet "Samson et Deiilah" (Saint I E. A. NI&"Yla. Garden -OST-A gold belt pin with toil s.een..,
TEN ACRES Choice land in Park -
.
To Mr. and Mrs. C.
V. Feb. it
killed a.fine gobbler. Clay on SaensMiss) Richey, Mr. Pranskl.FARMS. I. all under good woven wire fence, tor. Reward if left at this 0'OUNDA ..:....

: We-are glad to have men of hfs ability 27th, a son. For Senator, 19th District.To good flowing well and >fiaa been ; child' bracelet 1wney'

I : in our county, and rejoice to know tbe Democratic Votert of Oiceola county: plowed. Price $850.00. Downing 10-tf can secure same byi. eallinc i It this '

that he will soon have transportation, Card of Thanks I hereby announce that I am K candidate. for Realty. .Company.. __ office, describing propy as" ).p::2t a- -
..
re-election the .
Henator from Itfth DlHtriotKUbjevt Ing for this notice.
Mjhenew line of the Florida East We extend through the columns of to the action of the Democratic primaryI SMALL FARM just outside city limits 4. j' _
I thank **ou iilnoerely for your support In: the. ; good five-room house, good deep well h '
Coast about four the Gazette our heartfelt thanks to for. -tr'
; railway run just Del.t. and If you approve mT "KlalatIV.( recordexpvctfolly and new hog-tight fence around part WANTED-The sweetstuung
east those who were so kind to us during I : aollclt your support amln.LOCIts I 'tdJ-
mile of
him. .our late bereavement.Mr. C. MAS8ET. of it. A snap at $50 per acre. )Downing your girl-Fuller Gr tue C \\D

and Mrs. M. Tiller. RENTCHANCE Realty Company. 'IO-tf I fresh from factory. Jglmme" %4fI .1r ,

I, Samuel Harwell. TO For Marshal. ACREsThoice' I Company. 45, d $ -- I
CALLITEMS TEN in Pinedale! I "4
; I r I close to new canning factory, easily WANTEDi0toi,00Oak..ofef4'\ ,
I hereby announce myself a candidate .
S.
For Sale tor the office of marshal and collector cleared and very .productive.) This ;18 ; Give description and Price.. aeeII .

OF A LIFETIME for the city of Kissimmee. I believe just outside the city limits. This I Ahlman, Norfolk, Neb.: '" .tp -.
Fine little
40 farm located 100 chicken ranch
acre would make an ideal
On Saturday last the at
people that I can fill the position to the satisfaction -
yards from the depot of a station on of Rich Muck and truck farm. Price $100 per acre I FOR a nice hot or cold lunch vi !
Campbell and the surrounding country, Hundreds of acres of all, and would respectfullysolicit Companju
I
terms. 'Downing Realty : t to -
-, in the needed the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Land to be cut up into Farms, size the support of the voters: at the easy '11t.1't-- flex P.Q5tOfil.ce.-.4unehee set ron-
co-operated performing -- --' i phone call Phone 154. k'fisitoo
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R. R 5 miles from KiBsimmee suitable to tenants. approaching-election.---
task of cleaning off the Pleasant Hill ; ; every .1---

. icemetcry. .Before-proceeding-with the acre splendid land; well) adapted to" This land having a mile of frontage: WARREN W. KINO. TWO Beautiful five-acre tracts about hard LUNCH ROOM-The place for alice
-Ti-' citrus Canal enables one to half-mile outside city limits, on hot cold
fruit growing with perhaps 12 on Soutbport or lunch short order mal
work and instructive .
a very interesting or 16 acres of excellent trucking land.A stand on his lend while loading: his ::J.M NOTICEI _= marl road, splendid neighbors. Corn-Price or oysters, any style visit the Inch -
delivered Rev. T. J. $75 acre. Downing Realty I
sermon was by products onto boot and barges: per room next to Postoffice. Phone
orders .
small house and about 6 acres of hereby announce nyeIf a candidate fothenfHeaof 10-tf I
Bell Kissimmee. At noon a delicious that pass there daily on their way Mantlal a ul Tax Collector a ari<1 t pany. promptly delivered. Phone 64.

lunch ,val spread and heartily enjoyed. !bearing orange grove, thrifty, nice to market at Kisaimmee which is about ask the vnpport of the good people of this 11,000 ACRES. about eight; thousand of I 9-If
miles distant town I I..m. mail and I need It and I am
trees and which income 12 poor
All returned to their homes much pay good annu- not. (rambler, nor whtakey drinker. I am which is fine prairie muck, ready for I FOR -
pleased with the work. ally; the 6 acres of grove alone is worth The Peghorn land l is within a few borwhat I* right and I If elected.: I will I endeavorto the plow; no better trucking or general fresh fish, phone the Rull fiaas

the price asked for the entire tract; hundred feet of Peghorn Junction depot do my duty. 11.e.'pt.II. R .HENDKRSON! l farming land in the South close -Market No. 189. l-tf Y4j4

.. As we have preaching once a month, about 20 acres in cultivation and 10 and 7 miles from Kissimmee. to ra lroad. Price $&00 per 10-tf acre. WOOD, per-strand---,-$1.25; five--strands--- --

: next !Sunday Rev. Peter Brown the more that can easily be put under the These lands produce luxuriously 2 or For MarshalI Downing Realty Company. 575. Klsslmmee Lumber Co. 29-tf-

primitive Baptist minister will preach plough.. with but little expense.. Owned 3 crops of staple products per year I hereby announce myaelf ait a candidate :for I HAVE For sale anything in the CoTlirti
.. way MEET me at Kissimmee
for /h !l" winter vccrptahleH under favorable office of Marnhal and Collector for the ally Druir ..
aU who will be present. by widow lady, who will /sell for $2750. --circumstances- -and: good'markets of Klnnlmmoc. and .1..otruI1y| < auk the. support of Florida real estate that one could we will get a drink of the best sods.)-
of the volem at the coming election prorntftlng wish, and can assure the best
you water made.
Miss Belle Sylvester of Loughman $2,000 must be cash balance one year become a source of wealth. ', faithful service If etacled.' Oio. E. PlHHEl. terms and lowest prices./ Downing/ _ _ _ J. --31-tf- -

I pent a few days with her' cousin, Miss with, 8 percent. Only a' quarter mile I Realty Company. 10-tf FOR dressed poultry phone the Rull

;.. Ida Roberta last week. from school and*church. Fine locationfor OFFER TO TENANTS For Tax Ass > Bass Market. No. (59,, 19-tf
a delightful, little horn*. sor.I MARRY In haste and repent at leisureis
t I Come to gladden the home of Mr. want reliable parties, who can hereby announce myself candidate for tneofflee an old.saying. Buy land way off MUTrONfreahndfie.ath-.
4 NELSON REALTY CO., I'I'I good reference, having had ex of Tax Amieaior. of Oaceola county, and and will be
from nowhere equallysure
I and Mrs. J. W. Collins. last week, a in farming and are well equip respectfully admit! the support of the voter In you Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf I
lOtf KiBBimmee Florida. better land closeto
daughter. with teams and financially able to the appromohlng. Democratic primary.B. to repent. Buy '
farming, to raise Rice Hay T. BUTLER. a good town and tor less money. ANYONE anywhere can start a mail J onthtatloej h .

'i' 'Mr*. R. D. DriRgers and daughter Kissimmee's main business streetis Sugar carryon Cane, Peanuts or Sweet Potatoes You can do it il :you will iL and if you order business at home. No canvass I

,Miss Lillie, made a pleasant visit. to being paved with brick and will corn and oats, etc. I would agreeto For City Marshal.I are wise you will do Downing 10-tf ing. Be your: own boss. Send for free 1._ .r-
Realty Company. booklet. ,
friends here to their the land fence ditch it, furnish ...... Tells how Heacock: A 2144,
'\ ; Friday, returning soon present a very handsome appear- provide ft candidate for the office of dtMar* Lockport N. Y Utrlct
home south Kissimmee Saturday. houses and-shed barns for a num- hal and Tax Collector. If elected. I pledge' Z. _ _ _ ; _ _ _ _ :
in ance. The trees and parkingin the ber of tenants: also a cape mill for altblnl discharge of the dntlea of the office.r. FOR SALE-By owner W. Bass, L. all

Mra.: Melt Bryantand children went center of this street: which is fullyone grinding the cane. In the above case W. flTTMAH. 3 lots .50x133. making 150x133, 3- SHIP your produce to U. W. Judy & ::r...
for $500 $ cash and K.Co.
hundred feet wide! adds much to I would rent for a third o( the crop. room cottage ,25 Tampa Fla. Write them for ::
to Kissimmee last and .
Saturday -
until
spent $12 per month paid for. Jf you \y stencil. 49-tf-, _
_;_ '..the day'with'' her .i ter.Mn. Julias Its attractiveness.-Ta'ft Messanger. -.-,- .. For Mayor: wish to see the property phone No. -j_---'_ _'. _. ,

_ _' .V 'Hyde. < Mr'Bryant also did some shop'pug1 'For'Sale-4OOO' ro-h;; ISAAC HALL t hereby announce as a candidate for the 73, Kifsimmee, ,Fla. Property is BLUE RIBBON Ice CreahC_ "best In .
!
( boards, OfIioeOfMayor of KUvlmmee and aollcit the about one mile southwest from depot. town. Klsslmmee Drug Co. 31-tf
r while;t'ere: as Campbell Is so $9 per M feet. J. M. Taylor, Fraternity V support of the voter of the eltr. If elected. Also have other houses and lots and
the
Lake,Houae Kisaimmee Fla. will endeavor to do all in my power to give
mall It cannot afford a dry goods store. building. It-p city a ROod bnalneai admlnlatratlon daring the. four traces of 40 acres each cheap AN intelligent penqn may earn $100
coming rear. N. C BRYAN. six miles ont. 2-tf corresponding for
monthly
newspapers.
Miss Grace Collins made a few days I '
canvassing. Send for partlculara. '
visit to her sister Mr. N. B. Howard, For Sheriff. FOK SALE-8,750 acres timber lands, Press :Syndicate: B 2246.
-r3 'I returning home last Monday. TO THE DEMOCRATICVOTERS with five miles of lake. A first class Lockport. N.Y.FOIl.
; thereby announce myself a candidate forthe colony proposition. Also some of the
office of Sheriff of Oaceola County aubject '
best in this -
10 the action of the Democratic I primary.; If paying orange groves RENT
Lakeside Farm and Grove. elected I pledge a faithful dlacnarge of the da- part of the state, farm lands and
19TH DISTRICTThe
OF THE 1 SENATORIAL
lee of tbeefflae. l.. U. city property. C. Buckels. 2-tt
We have for, sale a property owned DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Til- .
ler.'
- -by non-resident, .consisting of 127 -
a
; For Treasurer WE-Have listed some of the most desirable
acre of magnificent' land; fronting on property on the market, both DESK ROOM TO RENT-Large light '
Democratic Executive Committee of has T hereby announce inyaelf acandldate for the
County
f, Lake Tqhopekaliga for nearly half a Orange put ofnoe of County 1'reasarer. and will appreciate I city and county, which we offer at window, on Broadway. Address Box
I 'he aupport of the democratic voter at the. the lowest to be obtained. 822. City. 9-tf
mile There i I. 'cun.ld: l'able pastureland the Senatorial claims in the proper light in the resolutions printed be- appmaoblnK prlsaary. B. I.. LUPFER. There is no padding prices of prices by us,
t between the water's edge and the
piece of property. sold at exact FOR RENT-A new 6roomplaateredco'talle.
government survey extra to the 127 I low. '---ij will not endorse any candidate who must be voted for by you. For Marshal every price placed on it by the owner. Mrs. Summers, Lakeview /

acres. Considerable more than half of I Write us your requirements and we Cottage. ,,..tl- .. f,'
In this the committee is right. Endorsement of such candidates is T hereby nn"unce my candidacy for the will do our best to please
.y: this land i i. very fine hammock, being I office( of Marshal and Tax Collector of the city I you, by I'O RENT-After May 1, furnish
and aollcit. the ,. of the showing just the kind of property you
of KlMlmmee anpport
the very finest of farming trucking your business exclusively. I ask your careful consideration and if you voleraat the approaching city election. -desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf house 9 rooms, bath, electric light

and citrus: fruit land, on which flowing ARNOLD! BASS. hot and cold water; piano, etc:,; 6
think I can best serve the district to renominate me. FOUR-acre and more boarders assured all summe t
wells can be had, there now deing threeflowing' orange grapefruit
9 with 250 bearing Address Box 143. lOtt los
grove trees, a
well on the premises. This Yours respectfully, For MarshalI five acres muck and ten acres pine

it,, quality of land, convenient to good take thin method of announcing myself sa land in cultivation' thirty and one- FOR RENT-H use, partly furnIsh 1
towns like Kissimmee, sells for $100 LOUIS C. MASSEY. a oiindldate. for the often of Marshal. and Tax half acres unimproved land, five-room from April 1 to November 1, at
f'ollector for tire city of I.ahnm..e. If electedI reasonable rent to adults {
very onl!
box house barn and
good well. The
,I per acre Without any improvements. will devote mv entire time to the. office and
will endoauor to do my full atitr on all improved land all under /good fence. D. B. Herrington. Mabbette sties'
: This tract is all fenced and cross fencedand occasion P. O. VHITK.!: 3d door west of Bermuda 10-
This on the north side of ave.
property
divided into several different parts; RESOLUTIONS OF DEMOGRATIC EXECUTIVE COM. OF ORANGE CO. East Lake, four miles from Narcoos- *

about 20 acres in cultivation, perhaps Look! see, nine miles from Kil< lmmee. Notice.The .

half of which is 'i planted to oranges, Price S4.-600, $2,500 cash balance one Council of the city of Kiecimigee. 5I. 0 N
\, Another candidate for Marshal and Tax Breaker
H. M. & Co.
- ,' grapefruit and tangerines; -more than WHEREAS on January 20th 1912. the Democratic Executive Committee Collector! I will appreciate your O K.help.YOUNG. ,.year., --- --.-.- Of da March.will on 11112.or before receive 7:SO Sealed.p. m.bid.on the'for??IhIng ?.. .

- 6 acres of this grove large thrifty bear of Osceola County by resolution, called to the attention of the BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consistingof with atreet suitable or imrts curbing of nkroHts, of, theJOllsnomed la the a '-I

: ing1 trees, the balance coming on in a half block, located in the best Klulmmee Florida, separate" bills to be ]
different stages of growth; trees all goocjl Democrats of Orange County an alleged agreement or custom of For County Treasurer. neighborhood in the city. Will sell t roe Mpbalt macadam.: er":x>i nted wood; Uand
rlirlflM I ,
healthful and thriving, and each and dividing the Senatorship of the" 19th District equally between the two Believing that I have fulfled the trult of the only to party Who will improve it to C'lyde: sTcim brick*.. bvlwecn caving material th.. rthto1/: 4
people.' Oaceol* county and have satlsfactor.IV correspond with surrounding tha ilantlo Co mi Line mlii-und end Em '
7( 11., very year this ;grove will be getting counties, and'expressed the belief that the patriots of Orange county ( j perfurmed: theduties.of the office, I now erty. Full particulars and price prop to street width of paying; to bn ntibtmnKmrqett I

more valuable. A part of the land is democracy would not suffer this cause to be broken at the present time solicit your eupport for,r. .lectlon.B. C. MILLER. interested party. H. M. Breaker point one nrvet buud,.between' and fifty lIde feet west avenue of EA : L

high pine land with considerable com & Co. .31-tf : art T'-uue. width of paving to be el" /
and then proceeded to endorse a candidate for Senator. Therefore, be it feat l; Drank StreSs, between. Uroadwajp
mercial aw timber and cross tie timber For Sheriff.I --- VI... street' width of paving to bl mil
Committee
RESOLVED, by. the Democratic Executive of Orange
not of waste land on the FOR SALE-Five good paying feetj Tine street, between Brack stress c ,
an acre orV'gegroves \
; hereby announce myself a candidate for of the All.ntlo
riabt-of-way coast Lint
entire tract; less than three miles from County assembled February 17th 1912: the office of sheriff of Oaeeola county at the and a 20-acro truck farm, J 3 road width of paving I lo be eighteen e \-
coroltia'primary. If elected again I promise to acres irrigated with Skinner, sYRt m. Main street, between Broidwaf and
-' the city limits of KUaimmee. There is 1. That this committee knows of no agreement or custom by any do nay duly fearleaaly and impartially your Alsocomplete sawmill, capacity KMKK street. width of liavlug to be eighteenBubT .

: ;' a"6-room house'"with two porches; can competent authority by which the terms of the senators from this dis- support! aollolt>- O. 'F. l'aa"4TT feet per day, log carts, wagons!: and dock .width.,enu.of. between paving to Broadway be thirty fee sad..U BK a,

stand on the porch and have a beautiful five good mules. Will sell at bargain w.,.. trom Main street to Breok meet, w k 3RIDApevlns _
trict must be equally divided between Orange and Osceola counties. For State AttorneyTo prices. Inve ttgate. C. Buckels, Kis- of be eighteen" feet.
view ot the lake, also of the town OfKleslmrn. "t\-: above tide should -
Fla. All-of alxo include
The equal term given to the last from Osceola be- simmee, 40-tf
senator county
.. always fresh nice breezes ; was the Democratic Voter! of the 7th Judicial ; of Broadway from Dakla arena '

t from the ;lake,' making; it decidedly cause of the services and record of Senator C. A. Carson and, being Circuit I hereby of Florida announce thai 1 am a o.Dd1dafor WE have :just platted a block contain. lug Main to Street be wet7-fonr with vltrlned and brlok.one-hall width of "--. ,\

a* State Attorney for ing six of the most each side of .....1<...7. NO ,
reappototmen the desirable
,pleasant.The house i I. surrounded by personal to bim, is not to construed as an admission by the..OrangeCounty'democracy .>eventh Judicial circuit of Florida, aubleot to Front Lots in this Lake Toe work to ba done ia sooord'!noe Wish .a .
live oak tree. also some beanti-. that the action.of the Democratic primaries In city, located in the file and speoiaeatlons made br the city. ...
the senatorial to alternate
r Jarge terms ae . equally. Aorli 1912. Y m have honored me with this best resident section.: Prices ,Dears and flIed In the office of tbe City C t II ?
,fur''palm trees in the yard, banana offte and I have endeavored lo deserve vow from $650 to $1.600. range All bids to be addressed to the-"Presldt ,
without to the merits of the according to
regard candidates. lo-
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onnoII, and marked 1111' Bid .
I IOOD/ldonNID me by doing my doty to the beat If desire PtvUg fco. r
I the north one _of the most cation. you a home
.grove ,on ; of ability. in the The Oonnoll reeerres the right to nSBO I
2. That in the) opinion of this committee, the democratic;.vote: re of my best portion of !
valuable properties in the community. If reappolnted. I pUdr you to do all In mipower very our city call and andauhtds. A.
f the 19th district should elect their senator accordta j{'to their estimate'! to uphold law and order In our Circuit we will take pleasure j in showing By order of the Council,Ibis'7la day ofroary. .
._ .ft\e-. \ *, $*0,00 i :on-favorable term ofif with prejudice lofMtne and with Iairne.s totallThankloar these Jots, H. M. Breaker A. D, 11112. 4I
1 : you for paat klndneaa. I repeotfallv &O; > ( ). J. R. an.....,.
'payment/1' . of the fitness of the respective candidates. uk :your support. ...... Josh(;. Jnma, ___ 8-'tf I f".I- Clerk of the City of KM .
I t '-Other, arsn.and orange grove to I 3. That the democratic voters of the district will nominate can'-' BUM Attorney --' .. ,

_lilt the occasion. didate'for senator in 'held in this' of FOR SALE-Korty acres high rolling tire'S (nals. 1rt
a primar county, regardless._ ,place j I f'or. County Commissioner land near Station on-main line of rail. -

', NELSON REALTYCO.. Kla.Don't of residence under.th. auspices ofthis, committeeTwhich is the judge of i"'. At the aotloltatlon of- 'i herebvaanoa road, twelve miles from Kisalmrn*** [;Ward No.ri. CentraT portion tone I t _l \
r.trleada'
e'tE; 'KJasirarcee, that I Small part deep nock for blast of whistle > '
aoe am S eomBtMloael gardening long \
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.. -- I : the-returns in this county It would; therefore"; .\\l.Improperor<' .:,this" front the el.d: district.of Oaeeolaeoonty. rest flriest citrus fruit land?; no palm, ,. .WarcTNo. 2. North AJAlJllm, ,, -..

forget that the pri of a. want committee,.'.under such circumstances, to 'endorse, any, candidate; .< do er.. If 4n eboaen,... the to beat flU the of lIlT offloaI ability without promlMo ettoea. f Will sell all at $30 per acre lonir blasts of whistle.;'... I '
i tbe ,
'-.din the Valley Gazette cheaplDyeupeat.oa .,. - atttker. e.r..favor from aUTM.! : 011 wr- term Gr wW divide. S a %Ward No S. South Kiulnm.s

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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER, 1912. THE KISSIMMEE ;VALLEY GAZETTE. PAGE :1L' .i
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Farm for Sale. ee

Located on' good road, one-quarter .CHRlSTIAN'ENDEAVOR. *
School mile from city jimits good five-room a" LIFE.. C
celled bouse Tare new barn- thirty 'e
--- --" acres land twelve of which is in cultivation ... M.A' y . e 'C . .
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sixty young orange and-grope- '----:.:..: 'i -- odpssDdjLJust
,Days fruit, trees, seventy-five peach tree*. We appreciated the kindletter
some plum and pear- trees, one good coming recently. from Mr.... H. Reese Snaps
"-c family hone one buggy, one wagon,
editor of: the Kissimmee Valley GaEette. -
in many way can be made two sets- harness fifty chickens, ten ,
attractive to the head cattle and ah tools necessary to
J more cultivate plao. A bargain at 2600. "
"What is the purpose of life? is
Write for terms. ,
youngster. us I
Get your ink,pencils, tab- 86-tf H. M. BREAKER &: Co. the subject in' the of September a worthy number communication of- a few that we are offering! this month at unusually attractive prices, ,a+''

t lets books etc. -- "The Christian Endeavorer. published and on terms that will make you almost ashamed to accent. J" ;.,'"
composition -
this
: in Nashville. From articlewe I
, from US and will be quote the following helpful c-e- 1i'el
you LOUIS A, SEA: 50N thoughts: Right new eight room house, ,There are only a few, strictly good f around i it. 'About' i

pleased. '"Therefore live with your face towards strictly modern, and one of the high class, 'close in, vacant lots acres In large, full bearing orange ..I' "t

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT the morning. Trust God, nor very best finished houses in town, in this city for sale. All of these grove, in good healthy condition: :'
be afraid. Get out"of stagnation into located on one of the principal Close to railroad and town.
TILTON-guaranteed hose AUDITOR expectation. Get from the are being offered worth the money, a good
for misses boys' and bogs and the shadows up to the summit streets, close in, good sidewalk, lot but some few are being offered for This grove, if properly; cared for
; Commercial and Municipal Accounting and the sunlight. Get out of parsi- 75x117. This is a home you can very much less than they are actually will easily pay for itself "In three'

children mony into plenty and out of appre- be proud of. worth. If you want one of seasons. Can be bought on very, 'w"

and Incorporated Accpuntant of the Let hension our into mission assurance.be in life Get, to to, serve God. New ten room house, modern in these bargains, get busy NOW. easy terms.

the finest line of Evaporated International Accountants rather than to be served." every respect, on* paved street, They will make big money as an Forty acres of land, with ten hra

Fruits, Canned and Preserved Society Detroit. and in what is considered the best investment.We acres 01vAry fine orange and

'I Fruits and Berries'in r. 0. Ill 377 Mill Office: Union The has new been president doing of some the success Georgia residence section of 'the city. have all kinds of cheaperlots -grapefruit grove, good house and J

the city. KISSIMMEE( FLA. HLEHWLE, S. C. ful field work in his State. He is Large lot, 150x300 feet. You good quality, but further other out buildings on it. Has..? already ''t

Col. R. W. Crenshaw and all .right, must go through this propertyand out. made the owner independent J. 't t

New Fall Price they think in Georgia.Rev. ... get the price, before you can This past summer we hate been and he now wishes to retire:
--- ------ ---- --- l located close to town' .
--
realize what a really great bargain Admirably ,
around
this and
List Next Week and Mrs. Jas. F. Winnard, prospecting over
The Tampa Times says, "have returned it is. Will almost double in adjoining counties, looking up good high school and churches b

1 ..' GBHYSTONE R TJHLOH SHOP" from their vacation on the value in the ne>:!jt few years. Will snaps in the way of orange groves. Seventy acres of land, right on- !

If in doubt call mountain side of Colorado. His so- be sold on very easy terms, witha Here are a few of the choicestones railroad close to station, school '
ciety, that of the Palm Avenue Presbyterian
LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS church, is different from small payment down. : and church, and about seven acre
'WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S most in Florida in being the Junior Five fruit of the finest grove in this section: 'lif'e l
Good house
Made to Order eight room righton' acres grape grove, .
Society grown up into a Young PeoJl1e's on it. Has old house which doesnt.amount 4 r
in of the best two old close
organization.On paved street, one coming years to
,. also : sections of the city. House has i beautiful lake, and on the best of to much, but a beautiful

. ? Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done the list in The Ocala Star, last recently been overhauled and put citrus fruit land. Also five acres yard. Good'p.cklnc house also -
Friday, of teachers being examinedin the premises.
in first class shape. This house of rawland to go with this groveif on
.
Marion County, the name of Miss
-- -- Louise Albertson comes first. She will pay for itself in a few years purchaser wants it. Grove is in Every one of the above listed '1I

Park Hotel is an officer of the Presbyterian So- as a rental proposition, and can splendid growing condition has properties can be bought on easy If,
Phone 250 Quick Delivery ciety in Candler and is one of a family be bought On '.the best of terms, always been well cared for and terms, some of them :on very easy' ;i
of zealous Endeavor workers. little fruit terms. Each and one ,is y+ '
very small payment down and will bear quite a next every

,: B'way and DaKin Avenue From a mountain top, on which is balance on long time. season. a bargain in its class. Of- coursewe : '
J
built the village of Webster, N. C., have many other similar properties
Good eight! room house, newly Twenty acres land, all cleared e
THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED comes another cheery message from for sale, as also'all kind .
Narcoossee Democrats AND RENOVATED FOR THE Miss Laura Southard, secretary of painted, large verandas, beautiful and well fenced, about six acres of unimproved IandeLamgngEhrchr" kore

FALL AND WINTER TRAVEL the Lakeland Presbyterian society. shade trees of oak and magnolias, of full bearing orange grove, severaL -two or"lliree splendid small w
A meeting for organization of a Dem- Though rejoicing in regained and half block of ground. This ACT**-y '
ocratic Club will be held at the school strength, Miss Southard's thoughtsare propertywill be sold'at very little to and fruit colonization propositions, and one
: RATES $1.00 A DAY often with the work in the loweraltitude" orange grape of the best turpentine and timber k
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house at Narcoossee Saturday, August Florida, to which she will above the actual value of the land, splendid quality of high citrus propositions in the State. Write ,
" 17, 1912, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. be glad to return later in the fall and on very easy terms. land, close to school, church and '
of the precfncf are us for what 'you want, and if we
.All -Democrats A. ROSE Proprietor railroad, and in a splendid com
urged to be present and sign the roll. :37-3tpd In the list of teachers who began: Good five room collage on paved munity. One of the best haven't it, we will find it for ;you. '' 'fj
M. D. TINDALL. I duties of the winter term Mondayin street, pretty well out, but in a very If interacted in any of the above >
I Kissimmee, The Gazette mentions thickly settled part of the city snaps we have to offer. propositions, write ua for fuller I f'

I some well-known Endeavorers. and will be sold at a bargain/ and Ten acres of splendid quality description, very lowest price .nd. dHw
Among: them are Misses Emma t ,
Yowell, Emma Futch, and Mae Chis- on easy terms. citrus fruit land, all cleared and bent terms. "
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.. '' Get the Habit Its Beautiful !IA holm, all of the Christian church, and I ..
I the last young lady in the pastor'ssister.
I OF SMOKING A I '
I REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" DOWNING REALTY CO.

fine home, all modern con- In St. Cloud the Presbyterian Society -
I veniences, extra large yard, thus advertises: "Something '
ROOMS 6 & 7 STATE BANK BUILDING KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
in the box ,
on best residence street in new form of a supper. ,
Kissimmee. An exceptional Don't inquire but come and see and _
Sold at all stores who want bargain. Write us, for- such a enjoy the evening. There will be -
the best (for their customers chance comes seldom. plenty of enjoyment for the childrenas .i
well the folks. Don't 6
as
grown
Look for Union Label. W-e have a fine small farm forget the date, Sept. 12th., at the I -
I at $20 per acre. G. A. R. hall, from 7 to 10 p. m."
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Mr. Marcus C. Fagg, superintendent -
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. of the State Children's .
Y IJome, ,
OTHER located in Jacksonville' has returned : '
from a summer vacation and finds the main question and should alwaysbeM'!/ y 4

The 'HomeBakery DISTINCT the work went on well during his ab IS THE TITLE GOOD ? answered by a disinterested authority. :' He will be to at
sence. glad speak '\ r
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BARGAINS. the autumn district conventions of TITLE GUARANTY:t:9.: : ; ?<'I, .'; 'k2; .
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desire. h
planners of programs- so will search and examine the title, to the land which you are about to purchase, in ,,>, ,

[ Society news (is scarce from many Osceola County; or elsewhere in Florida; and if found to 'be good will guarantee '

When you come to Kissimmee places. Suppose you, of some" Society you against loss \by reason of mortgages, liens unpaid taxes and adverse claims.
make our offices ;your who read these words, ask in your tI I It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments in imperfect x
'if being thoroughly overhauled, home. I next business meeting, "Who is send
I ing 'the State Press Superintendent titles. accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issue ,
renovated' more modernly .items from our Society?" If the of our'TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of 'J'iUt.

equipped to meet the growing answer is "No one," see that some I I II _.. --

demand of the public far Its South Florida one is appointed to help us this way. The Title Guarantee Company does General Abstract Business throughout the State of. Florida ,. .

Miss Elsa Reinocal, of the Starke Abstract to City and County Properly made and delivered on short notice .
; Presbyterians, tells of the call of J
PIES f CAKESWe '
BREAD
their church of u minister from Penn- \
Realty Co. sylvania who has been an Endeavorer I'TITLE I GUARANTY COMPANY" '

especially invite the patron for twenty years. Miss Keinoral Capital( Stock t'of) OOO XI
adds, "Isn't that fine? Wish he was '
age of the ladies of Kissimmee here now," - ---- II ('ARltol. I D. JIIIISON( IVesiilent EDWARD A. NAII/, Secretary V. R. JrnsoN, Treasurer 1t t
knowing they will be more than r : GRAPE. TOWNSRNI TOOMKK&:I REYNOLDS: funeral (Counsel

pleased with our j jOOdH. S Interlachon, Sept-ll, 1912. Home Office, HiM!><*e HIilK.. Jacksonville, Fla. Branch Odice, Kissimmee Fla. ;
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A GOOD EATA 0.- '
4 LEWIS O'UHY AN, :Manager; Ki-finnrr.ee Brunch
J. Ii. REEL), Proprietor. Florida Railroads.The i .
CHEAP EAT annual report of the Florida .
I In State Railroad Commission for the -
t I A QUICK EAT year ending March 1 has been issued.It srr .
is what you get atHatmaker's shows that there are now 3,441,46 --
miles of main track road in Florida, hI
Restaurant with a total of 5105.71 miles in all, .

' l How can you tell how old a meal I including sidetracks, spurs,
etc. The Coast Line leads
\ I saw lei uld Valley Gazette Building tal of 1,785.8! The branCheH'1
I total of 1,127.17 and the
also kind of
any
Coast Railway a total!
SOFT DRINKSModern '679.o.; : "


;L "Yes Miami, you Is can Farthest say it now South., without I 7W'- r

I fear of contradiction or dispute I xi +
Ih. Home for Sale. :Miami is the farthest city south on
1 the mainland of the United States.
I No. 4G9 New modern ,..room The U. S. government postal service
located on Emmett street, one hOU8e'j This is the statement of Mr. Jas. ?&3
of court house. Electric ,
west I M. Powers, according to the Miami '
toilet and Lot i <
ba" lavatory. 147Jx Metropolis.It .
1-471' feet. Several young orange and is reported that Miami is 4.3
T I grapefruit trees in the yard. This I miles further south than Browns-
I is located in the best
property very
ville, Texas and about 400 miles further -
resident section of the city, close to I
south than San Diego, California.
laaa / )
house and business
court poatomce .
section. Price :3700.' Terms on part. I
By finding the saus age, of course. 24lf II. M. Breaker & Co. ADVERTISE I IN THE GAZETTE. tj" -

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E SELL THE BEST'
the around to the Osceola -Com- Wa 1 M
SAUSAGE YOU EVER SAW! REALTY COMPANY for -money, just drop Hardwar.e l lf

pany. Mood goods, big values square dealings.
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a We make it ourselves, know its Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands t
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( gredients and age, and unqual- Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Term. :

RECOMMEND IT!!
fiedly 2,000 acres Stock Ranch. will exchange LaU value art,

for otter real estate -:- -:- -: -:.

50-aere Orange Grove, will trAde 'for half value

; RULL BASS 'for other real estate, balance. easy payment -:-" Osceola Hardware Co., ( .


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JONATHAN BOURNE' Adtrrflormratu. .........d ..d.. 4M...... at the. rate .( FlT.

| | Temperature Lower in JIt.. PREPARES SUMMARY (>.(. .'... !.!... For K>eh ,.....'1...

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MEASURE* : FOR SALE BOARD-If 'you want, good board
with good cooking and of
Kissimmee 'this Week plenty
'c : it; where everything is new and.
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many FOR SALE-Pair mares,-weight 2600.J. .
: .. In response inquiries. torInfo'rmatlon clean;; 'large rooms well lighted and
Senator Jonathan W. Miller. 35-tf ventilated; with running water

Bo>urne-Jr., chairman of the Senate FOR SALE-A rtilk'''cow and calf. : (hot and cold); with 'bath; good
i also PRICES some Committee on Postoffices and Post hM.. Williams. 37-2tpd view of lake; convenient to post-,
on ,
.f Roads, has prepared the following -=- office and business part of:town; "
\ \ ( summary of the provisions of the TYPEWRITER for sale cheap. Herbert rates $6.00 and $7.0" per week; ap
.. new parcels post law which wilt become Speir. 3ff-tf ply to Mrs. L R. Farmer,' first
<" < effective January 1, 1913: Any block on Mabette street the brick
: SPECIALS AT STANFORD'S article is mailable if not over eleven FOR SALE. :-::A good( milk cow, now house. 38tf
'Addresa
gallons
pounds in weight nor more than giving two a day.
72 inches in length and girth combined box 292,. Kissimmee, Fla. 38tf MISS PETRIE will resume the exer/r

) .f j nor likely to injure the mails cises of her Kindergarten and Primary
FOR SALE-Fine large $1.00
Flat rate of one cent per ounce up to guavas School September 9th. Sum
Winter
G. Haskins
crate. R. '
or postal equipment or employes. per mer street. 37tf
four ounces regardless of distance. Haven, Fla. 38-7tpd
1 LOST
Between
NOne Christian church
Above four rates
ounces, are. by
the pound or fraction theof, and vary- FOR SALE-2 h. p. International and Aultman home, a pair of nose
with distance follows ''Harvester gasoline engine, in good glasses. Please return to Mrs. S.
ing
as :
Piece Dresses value $ .80. B. Aultman.
$1.00
Wash now '- running order. Will sell at a sacrifice 38-lt
Each if taken at once. Apply at
44 1.50" 1.10 Distance I First Add'i 11lb. Gazette office. 37tf DO YOU want money on long time and,

lb Ibs. easy terms"to buy or build a house'
1.60 - - FOR SALE-At acbargain if sold at or pay off a mortgage that you are
2.25, Rural route and once. One excellent horse; one sur- paying a high rate of interest .on f

t :t. : delivery .05 .01 ..1550mile rey; one farm wagon; one small If so/ write Willson & Cobb, State a
city
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: : 3.75' 2.80 zone .05 .03 .35 plow and cultivator; one extra good Agents Provident Home Association,
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ISO-mile zone ,_ .06 .04 .46 Jersey cow, and a kitchen range in Tampa, Fla. 85-tf
Mrs. Thos. VanDuzer
--------- -- ---- - 300-mlle zone __ .07 .05 .57 good condition. FOR finest Roses, Ornamental Shrubs
37-2t
600-mlle zone __ .08 .06 .68 : and Greenhouse Plants, call on "The
RIBBONS---40c value. now 27c, 30c value now 20c lOOO-mile zone .09 .07.79 FOR SALE-40 Indian Render-ducks Florist," Mias.Jean Caldwell Church

1400-mlle zone .10 .09 1.00 ready for the spring egg harvest. street Phone 83. 34 tf
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1800-mile zone .10 .10 1.11 One young cow, and one splendid BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream best

EMBROIDERY AND LACE---45c value now 30c.44 Over 1800 miles .12 .12 1.32 milk cow. :Address D. H. Riggan! town.. Kissimmee Drug Co., 81-tf in
The Postmaster-General may make Kissimmee? or phone 123. 38tf
, provision for indemnity, insuranceand MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and
') :\ 30c 20c collection on delivery, with additional R. D. WARING & CO. will rent you we water will made.get a drink of the best soda

1 ; \ charges for such service, and a house. 19-tf ---_ 81-tf
I 20c 12c may,\with the consent of the Inter- PLACE your orders for Roses, Shrubs
I : It"r Commerce WE-Have listed some of the most desirable
; state Commission, after and Trees for fall and winter planting -
!"' investigation, modify rates, weightsand property on the market both with Miss Jean Caldwell, Florist.
, \''.' zone distances, when experiencehas city and county, which we offer at Phone a\: 34-tf
.. demonstrated the need therefor. the lowest prices to be obtained. ------.
,, 'f On Lad- Waists There Is no padding of prices by us, JOIN OUR CO-OPERATIVE COLO-
Our Prices
-:- See Embroidery -:- NY, located
: V; ,Ii every piece of property sold at exact near Tampa on S. A. L.
,k 1 price placed on it by the owner. Railway. Members get land at a fraction
-, A TRIED AND PROVED of the
usual
cost.
< Write us your requirements and we Large numberof
will do our best to please you by allotments taken, and new town
.4 t We wish to say to the trade'that we have bought a larger and GUARANTEE showing just the kind of property you building. For information address N.
desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf R. White, St. Cloud, Fla. 36-4t-pd
better stock of merchandIse. than ever before for our Fall trade. -- .._---

These goods will arrive in a few days.l Man Bought a Bottle of Dodxon's 1 FOIl KENT

F Liver Tone, Then Took It Back DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Tiller Improved Farms

T -- .-. . -. ---- --- -- and At kHi for Ibis Money .- _ -__
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and Got; It. NICE line of white shoes just received
I at A. S. Gilbert's :M-tf FOR SALE Br
STANFORD CO. A man recently tried out the guarantee -
L : H.C. which the Kismmmee Drug Co., I R. D. WARING & CO. will rent your
I II gives!! with every bottle of Uodhon's house for y/U 19-tf Mrs.
Summers
Liver Tone. lie bought a bottle and
I then back the FOR RENT; and lower
t went to drug store and -Upper flats
said the medicine haxin't helped him. 4 rooms and bath; ideal location.G. .
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA This druggist just' reached into his }o'. Parker. 37tf
j: cash register! and took out a half dollar -- ----
J I the price of the bottle of Liver FOR RENT-A modem 3-room flat, .'10) acres on good road near Kissim
'L---l Tone and handed it back to the gen- with all city conveniences. Apply to mee, 10 acres in cultivation, a variety -
. . - u_ . tleman. But he didn't take the W. -B. Harris Gazette offi e. tf of young fruit trees, farming implements
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money lie owned up ,that he was FOR RENT -Old State bank building and live stock. Good five-
t .___ just trying the guarantee and, as a on Darlington avenue four rooms room, house, barn, etc.; cheap. ,
j: - ; 20
0 .. matter of fact, he had found Dod- and bath upstairs three below acres, 2 miles from Kissimmef,
rooms
: honor of Miss Mitta :May, a very 44444494 +4444444+ Oo 4 son's Liver Tone the best remedy for E. G. Vans Agnew Agent. 24-tf ''half cleared; five-room house, deep
YOUNG LADIES STUDY pleasant evening being! spent with 0) a constipation and biliousness he had well, barn etc.
music and garner! A dainty three .* UNION CENTER. 4 ever tried. "Why" he said, "my wife FUR RENT- Two modern flats with 20 acres fenced and cross fenced;
course lunch was served Among 0) 0) wouldn't be without a bottle in the all city conveniences. Apply at the 400 peach 400 orange! also pears
1> .i UP ON LITERATURE those present! wereMr, Jones and 0404 + 444444444+4 +44 house for anything. ,It's the best Gazette office. 20-tf and bananas This ran all be culti-
family, Mrs. Harris and daughter thing in the world for the whole vated; a decided bargain. t
Evadue Mr. and Mrs. Dick' Bowers, family, and the medicine that I FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story 900 'acres on which are 3 acres 16
--- prefer
Mrs. Vandenburg, Mrs. Helen Bailey Rev J. I). Wyandt preached at the to take or to to children building on Brack street North Kis- year old grape fruits averaged last
give my
t .-POETS, GET FIRST ATTENTION Aida Bleech, John Kendal, Auson Mc- school house Sunday morning and for a lazy: liver." simmee. H. C. Stanford. 29-tf year 5 boxes to tree; 5 acresl\ old

Mrs Cisne, Mrs. Weston Bailey, evening.Mr. The Kissimmee Drug Co., sell Dodson's FOR RENT--Residence. 9!) rooms and orange grove, averaged 5 boxes to
) Gill, Charlie Johnson and Otto. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson visited Liver Tone and guarantee it to bath blocks from Poatofflce, Paved tree last year. A beautiful little

,ORGANIZATION AT ST. Bleech. Miss May. was presentedwith Mr. G. W. Hays Sunday after- start the liver without violence. It is street. Larire! verandas both upper lake on this tract; borders also on
.1 :,.",.i'y ;NEW a hand painted picture and several noon.Mr. taking the place of calomel every and lower. Ideal location. Possession small ake; 2 deep wells; a new 4-
{ , ,CLOUD ADDS ONE MORE TO pieces of hand painted china and Mrs. Will Hewey, from where. If you buy a bottle and don't Oct. 1st. Box 34J>. 83-tf room house and barn; an old 4-room.
:-i. : Miss May left on Wednesday for Ten- Tampa, are visiting friends. and relatives find this vegetable house; and barn; only $35 per acre.
pleasant-tasting
I '- LONG LIST IN TIIAT
't for while. 10
": nessee. Tier many friends regret to a liquid the best thing to start a lazv acres fenced, 3 acres in cultiva
.o '' I" ;", '; LlVETOWN. ,- see her leave the community. Mr and Mrs. Funk and Rev liver,they will hand your money back '. MISCELLANEOUSWADE\ tion; 5-room house, deep well; very
,; took ride cheap.
\ Mr. And Mrs. Todd left on Monday Wayndt a very pleasant car '
,. with a smile.
-. ,c. ,' for Tampa\ where they will spend Sunday afternoon, visiting the sickin the tuner. Orlando. 20 acres near station; 5 acres
The young ladies' class of the M E the week. the settlement. They visited Mr. cleared; some fruit trees; cheap
burcb met at the home of Mrs. War 4gl, ,aMiss Sam Barber, G. W. Hays and Mr. Death of William J. Thomas. SEA FOAM, the dandy cleaner for house; only $1200. ;
.' ner, Fourteenth and Virginia avenue, Doyle of Georgia, is here try- Gatilin. William J. Thomas died at the white buck and canvas shoes, at A. S.Gilbert's. 30 acres fine muck land bordering
'Wednesday afternoon, September 6, ing to interest the people who have Miss Eva Clow and Fred and Lloyd home of his mother, Mrs. Mary W.I 36-tf on lake; 20 acres cleared; $3200.

where the United Priscitla Club w is: small children in the kindergarten Harvey visited at Mr. Jeff Barber's Thomas, at the Niemeyer apartments BUY YOUR Shoes Dry Goods and 20 acres improved for only $2500.
organized>> and the following officers Monday at 8:25: o'clock. Mr. 10 acres for
Sunday evening. evening improved only $1200. i
system Notions at A. S. GII.rt's.: ::46-tf
were elected: President, Etta Ford; Union services! will be held in the Misses Eula and Dora Bass attt'ndi'i Thomas had been in ill health for ,_ 5 acres prairie muck, near Kissimmee t
.. flat, vice-president, Della Adam; Christian church next Sunday even- ed church at Union Center Sunday quite a while; he had been a practical WANTED $100 per acre.
second vice-president, Bessie Meat- invalid for a number of years, but .
.. ing, and Rev. Mr. Racket, pastor of evening. -
jrard; secretary, Thelma Guthrie; the Presbyterian church will be the Misses Jeanette and Blanche Lawson he rallied after coming to Kissimmee --. A Few Select City Propositions.

assistant; secretary, Winifred Ford, speaker of the evening.C. |I Miss Nellie, Mr. Ben and Mr about three years ago, and became W J\J'lTED-An:' unfurnished room in A 9-room house very near in $3000.
press correspondent, for St. Cloud B. Ware and mother arrived on Claude Barber and Mr. and Mrs. O. I so much better that he entered private family for light housekeeping An 8-room house bath toilet
'paper Dorothy Nichols; press cor'respondent Monday from Omaha. They made A. Lawrence spent Monday 'evening business and took an active interestin by a lady and small boy. Ad- kitchen, sink, closets, etc; price $2600.
for Kissimmee papers. the trip in one month and six daysin with M. G. Clow. affairs. dress "C," this office. 38-ltpd A 6-room house for $1700.
's, Ella McAllister.' Bessie Meatgard an automobile. Mr Ware has Dwight Funk started to school at Mr. Thomas was born in Glovers- A 6-room house for $1300.
"' . was appolnted see about the rhau- holdings on Alabama avenue, and is KiHNimmee Monday morning. ville N. Y., October 6, 1869 and An 8-room house for $2,000.
course. Mrs. Warner was! ap also looking after the holdings<< of Misses Blanche and Jeanette Law- lived there until the year 1900 when A 4-room house, /i block, for $900. I
," pointed leader of the domestic scierco: others in Omaha son spent Sunday with Nettie Hay. he left with his mother in search ofa DANCE A 6-room house, 4 block for $2000. I'
I ) , department. It was decided to take Word has been received her" fromA. Miss Ada Hernance visited the more -temperate climate. They A 6-room house for $1500. J
1 up the different poets. Thelma Guth- A. Brown, at Titusville! and he school Monday afternoon. passed through Pennsylvania and A 6-room house for 11400
? Tie gave the biography of Henry asks to be remembered to all his Some of the ladies of the neighborhood Ohio, stopping for some time in these A 5-room house for $1500..
,$ 't ";', followed by a quotation friends.Mr. < are busy engaged in canning states, finally coming to Kissimmeefrom An 8-room house for' $3500.

:from Longfellow by each member. .' Goodrich Jr., and w, f.>. ar- guavas. !I Ohio. THURSDAY A 4-room house for $1300. j.
V, .,. -A motion was made to have "clang- Lawyer Decker will spend a few Mr. Ira Wetherbee purchased the Mr. Thomas was for awhile in the A 7-room house, plastered city '
'; < ,a-langbolt" to be given in charge of days this week in Tampa on bUSI- launch Vera from the Elwart brothers. office of J. E. Mattocks, manager for EVENING water, on entire block, two-thirds of
+ .,'. Mrs Todd to collect one-cent dues This adds another boat, to the the Lake Gem Lahd Co* lie was a which is planted in bearing oranges,
:from those that are present and five ness.Misses Peacock and O'Bryan., of beautiful waters of the East Lake member of the Presbyterian church SEPT. 19 grape fruit and tangerines; located:
cents at the next meeting when ab- Kissimmee, and Messrs. Alderman, of Tohopekaliga. and was elected a deacon in the Kis- on good street, $3500.

sent. Blue and gold were chosen for Basenger, spent Tuesday afternoon Miss Lassie Haye visited her par- simmee church of that denomination.He Residence and business lots, orange
r '_. 1JIII.the!! club colon. This was followed in St. Cloud and took ij-por; at the I ents from Friday until Monday.Mr. was unmarried, and leaves no relatives groves a specialty.
4 ,.... I. .ly a social half hour with the hostess. St. Cloud hqtel. and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee visited except his mother. The remains The Firemen's Social -. .
) 'when each member tried to work the Miss Carrie Deicke is having: a fine I with their son W. R. Wetherbee and were accompanied by his ------------Jr

test: button hole in five minutes, tl.e five-room house put up on Massachusetts family Friday. mother to the old home in Glovers-
prize, a hand-painted china powder avenue. ville New Yorkl after a simple fun Organization will Mrs Mary Summers r
i :, Box awarded to Bessie Meat- 'Time For Both to Serve. eral d at the house on open
and I
yard after dainty refreshments Wednesday morning.Mr. .
iti i were served "adjourned to moot September 4444444+ 444++4444 + 4 :George Matthews, of the Fort Thomas' illness was of a char- their new hall with a Lakeview/ Cottage Peifieli, Near Clyde
18, with Mrs. Todd, Ohio and i I 4 + Lauderdale Sentinel nominates acter that had baffled some of the

f ... Eleventh street. Whittier will be the ,, + ALGER NEWS. C Charlie Jones for Governor. Wait best ,specialists. It was denominated .
topic at next meeting. I Iti. I 4 4 there a minute. If you don't mindyou'll as pernicious anaemia, which name Dance Thursday even- 404444444 + 444044444. '
.,' 'D. Calwln, ex-Mayor, will improve 44+44+ 4+ 44 + 44+ 44044 get your nominations for/Governor conveys the idea of the ailment but 0' l
v his property this week by having gummed up; you have alreadygot does not describe Or define it. One of 4 ROSALIE. .
,, 600 feet of sidewalk laid. Work Mr. Holloway and wife, of Orlando, i one out, namely, R. P. Reese, of the specialists gave it as his opinion ing September ((9th C. __4
wul be under the management of L. are visiting. Mrs. Holloway's brother. I Pensacola. Let's parcel out these of- that the profession had no name for 444404444 + 444444444 I is
I. ._ G. Collins W. H. Yates. I fices. Mathews himself ought to have the trouble. The health of the patient

.. :.Mr.' Ut is putting up a new con.1.1r' J. M. Dixon got home Wednesday I something-Kissimmee Gar.ette.Don't : varied, according to surrounding influences Jessie Prescott and wife and Miss
e l' 1 ,';Crete-'building on New sork avenue, from St. Cloud and Kissimmee you know friend Reese that that affected him. His fatal Jeanette Prescott, Miss Debbie Prescott
'i 0 .x-:20: feet, and 16 fooV ceiling, I where he has been consulting the lec I' Messrs. Reese and Jones are both illness was due to a malarial attack SAVAGE BLDG.Over Mr. D. C. Prescott and a friend
: which we understand will be a gro- young, and that there is no reason that brought the old malady to an of theirs, from Illinois, visited here
tors.L.
before I F. Fertie and have moved why each cannot be Governor in acute climax. this
,eery, store I family week. They come in the boat of
i The registration boos of 1912 are back to their homestead. Mrs. Fer- turn. As for myself I have outlivedall Intelligent and able, possessing remarkable Mr. Lattie, the Linda, in charge of
now open in A. E. Draught'i office; tie is in Mulberry. now visiting her political ambition. Whether the will power, working under Mr. Prescott. We were glad to have
.) all who have not regsistered can do mother. fever will return or not we do not the most painful and uncomfortable Makinson's Store our friends. Capt. Tink Cobb

... aot between now and October 12. I A small crowd gathered at the know, but we believe that our ambit- conditions, the patience and forbearance them at the landing and invited them met
I. Mr. Dickerson from Fort Pierce, bridge on the creek last Friday and ion which is as strong as ever'will of the deceased will remain an -==- --- -- up to their home to spend the night,
:;: 'has bought out S. Truedale's res enjoyed a good fish fry. They caught flow into other channels. We knowof example to_ those more fortunate with :; Mr. Cobb got aboard at his landing '
'' rI '. taunt on Pennsylvania avenue. Mr plenty of fish for dinner and some to no other two men in the State who whom he came in contact. He and Music Sextette and went to Rosalie with them. i
f).i. and Mrs.,,Truedale are going to leave take home. A shower came up in would surpass Reese and Jones as his mother had numerous friends in by Himdeby's returned to their home in Kissimmm They' j
'St. .Cloud, but expect: to spend the the afternoon but it didn't seem to chief executive of Florida. Reese Klssimroee who tender the comfort Wednesday ;
,:, /winter' somewhere In the State. spoil the day at all. Those present with the energy to study public of their heartfelt grief to her in herBarn'lV 1

",. "wB.. Makinson..is..putting up a were Misses Jr -Dixonr-Rf-8. utatfap& .M.telorce.n.sarrLn u.t.. !'_ Fo-.t.b-um.- -SOrFOrEACHTOlJPLEEverybody 1 - ."TUflTTri Kissimmee. .
.' the laws as they have never been! ex- she'will remain in Gloversvflle.
.'new"building on his New. York ave- Gibbs, C..11. Padgett and K. E. Ft. Meyers ,
ecuted. While Jones aU Pres
: building 'is one story Mrs 0 .R. Padgett and possesses : Kissimmee'f
1 r ,v t ''Tn gett pad-r the needed qualities and, would be a The engaged ifirl never hears the .... bonds which were voted ;recently
brick *
of and and
be pressed Misses Carrie Celia *
to ters been ?
: have I,
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... 4frot the store to be red brick. Mrs Bessie and terror to all wrong ,doen -of the telephone ring,WIthout a look at the sold to a banking-Institu
i Skaggs ,
i ." Ft. Lauderdale S inel diamond left hand. tion in that city. That '
\ ,On evening Mre. Theobold' Francis and J. L Skagfs. All report I State n on hyr Invited the business shows that

{. :\!, \ .nave a surprise and.farewell party at having a jolly time. snd think/ t Igoing I A.rtltd tae K....__ aaeetee to men risk of Kissimmee art .. ,
tt I1Ue, in ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE; .. . ...... balla money on their e
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