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 8, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00532
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Shingle, Creek '
\ in I Oaceola'a Candidate ia Is Scene, of a Most ;'
Meeting This City, Be- Given a '

gin ning Tonight. Moat Flattering Vote in Both ,+z Underwood Win in Preferential Regretabfe. .Accident ..:

*The state convention of' the.1orid .''End of District. Campaign I .y Primary.."" Park, Trammell. i* who,Mr.wa Peter Gula,.a young 1 oumanlan, a

..i State Christian' Endeavor Union will for County Offices ia Conduct. .. '. High Man for Governor. For drowned in livingat\Shlngle Park' Garden."wa r1'r
= between two '
I .meet Id this City, in the Christian in an Admirable Manner.' Conffreman-at-Lare: Claude I and three. o'clock last, Saturday after

1. church, beginning"Friday: night and The '- L'Engl<< Has Big Lead. noon: The'creek at, the point where
tt notajU
continuing through Sunday. '. feature of the local camnaiirn the
.. accident took '' .
I A .tramr program haa been arranged was the simal l victory of Mr. I As'a reault'of this week's primaries t sixteen feet deep andsome plac4' ia t

r:r( and! the l local 'Endeavor: societies are Arthur* EDonegani, of this county. Boil Oscar W. Underwood received wide. A neighbor of thirty fled
over Mr. Louis a Gulae brought a '
planning to entertain a large numberof Massey of Orange neat' and nifty hatful of delegates-to bond to the'reek".::which he desired ;
county, for the to t
delegates. senatorial nomination the National'
? ] Democratic/ convention I take acroaa. II. could, e
in the _not. however
The public is cordially Invited to attend 19th district. The best that waa having carried_ __ the preferential! primary, mak. ..animal __nt..p_. tJ,..._.,.. ._.;.:...
hoped during the that'O.ceola fft r-' n - -"" I ,
all of the campaign, waa '-OVUIII. .
following services. Je- ana undertook
f f' I' V IVrlUAf giving' nilQ .approximately : the task. He succeeded '
ginning tonight : county roll up a lIuffilent 33 delegates. He in \ .
I vote to offset Mr. M aiey's had already swiromingr) the' horse acniM the
I PROGRAM lead In hie 22 from his 110me'atate. Creek? had. then
y Slogan-"More Workers and Better home, county. A splendid campaign! Hon. Champ Clark won in Massachusetts time he made the came back. A second ,: 4
was conducted for Done ., trip across and back .
Work." anln. Orange ,- "
although Uov. Fo. and
will' 'receive owner of-the horse tried
:. MAY however and the people of that coun the favorite again; ri-
FRIDAY THIRD t.. son vote of the delegates but was unable to'get the bone
\lv th a mo.t commendahl.. AI at large from that Into

7-sn rw.nlnrr EVENING Pr&ina Service led by fair play, gave the-Osceola-man-a' 'majority : has a larger of Clark probably time the .ter.started Young Guise for the,third a 4t{.
delegates across, and when '
Kissimmee Societies. of 117. In Osceola county witha now than any other half .about'g,
way acroaa _the
Address *-"' ome-Rev. A. M. ceived much smaller vote Mr. Donegan re- I date with Gov.. Woodrow Wilson a plung,,' throwing his rider horse into made the wa; a., ,

Chisholm KUsimriee Christian church. a majority'of 643 making his close second Underwood third ter;' Galas* .
,and Gov. ; wont ,:dowrtand 'I
lead 670 came
a truly .
Response magnificent ma Harmon a lame ,
to Welcome-Mr. Francis jority in fourth he having ac struggling,,. /There i were several .
view of the persons
P. Coffin.'Vice.Free.. high standing and quired to sOme
Florida Union. fine s date tour delegates. on the bank,,wbp thought he .
SoloMrs.. G. L. Hanscom Atlanta. past. services ot Senator Massey In the Honda state was
playing in the
'primary '
ark water and
Those ; made '
who know Arthur r no attempt
dc: re.-Rev. Arthur C. D. D. E. Donegan Trammel and Cromwell
. / Dill Gibbons to bring him "
were out, He was .
are c.onfident evidently .
iVfntar Park that nn man who.. vntadfor high .
men for the '' "
Conic church. ---- --- ----
Closing Song. bin will ever have cause to regret Vote on County Offices.Following tion. Claude L'Engle.gubernatorial nomina out. After strangled so he could not cry'' tf,1: "!; .
the '
IL He will make a versatile struggling a abort time he. }/ .
splendid editor
SATURDAY MAY FOURTH as of Dixie baa sank ,
a big lead for con- again and did not rise. His ,
Senator.A body
MORNING are the tabulated results (unofficial) of the voting in Osceol greasman at large with W.. M. Toomer was recovered forty minutes later 1 I

6.-00 Sunrise Prayer Meeting. great deal of interest centered in County on the contested offices. The full tabulated'returns will be given nex t probably the second man. J. C. Luring the bottom of the creek from 1
the by his 'com-
race forCounty Judgeship, in which week. For Senator the vote in baa i
9:00 Praise Service Orange County was: Dnnegan 794 probably been chosen
Massey 'I panion. known
677 treasurer .
aa Mike. "
in The ;
Maj. T. M. giving In latter, "
Murphy Donegan that
9:15 Looking Backward :-Reports of a was successful by county 117 majority. Donegan's total vote was the first primary. Wm. Holloway and who w.. not.t th. _h... .".' w .",. .._ r
State Officers, Reports from Districts majority of 83, over Judge George F. Massey's 803. 1.463'1 W. N. Sheats are hiirh I -
;; Parker, man for the un _sit.Perintendency drowning took place, came a little lat..:, '-
Appointment of Committees ; State of public instruction. He dived to the bottom i.. '
W. I. creek
Business.! Barber and R. T. Butler will Royal C. Dunn and , '
enter the second PRECINCTS. easily won out for rail- succeeded In getting hold of the "' .
primary for Tax AseHHOr. railroad ,
10:30 "The. Efficiency Campaign"nev..c. . Mr. ('.. Ruck leu halmr low NAMES. The commissioner. clothing the dead'man. but It tore. .. .1
?. H. Ferran. Presbyterian church. man second district !loose
congressional when be '
W. J. contest attempted to raise the '
DeLand. I Sears incumbent, won oJtquite Y 2 8)) 4 5 8 7 8 h resulted in putting Frank Clark body. A boat was then taken out and c i
handily for Superintendent of: and E. J. Hilburn a,,
AFTERNOON -- into the the ,
second wa raised
primary by
Schools R. D. ofra f
. 2:30 Praise Service District Rallies, The fight for For State Senator io Nineteenth Sena- with the former holding a big rake. .. | a
Open Parliament, Institute Work. the Treasurership was a torial District: / lead. Gary D. Landis who received Mr"Galas ', was : i y" "

EVENING lively?one, 2r L. Lupfer leading in the Arthur E Donegan . . .t . 842 27 155 J8.. remarkable vote in this ,a age and had been twenty-one in year of ? k. ,
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669 county wa 'America
final count over B. C. Miller the Louis C. Massey *' ,eight ,, r
1. 7:30 Praise Service. present 922 10 18 3 2 126 nominated a* state's for year*. He
efficient official.E. For County Superintendent of Public attorney the was quite well' known here h
Solo-Mrs. G. L. Hanscom, Atlanta. L. Instruction: / ,1 seventh district, over John C. Jones, and wa* considered a young man of ex-1' ,'.: q

Addresa"Service a Privilege noteDuty"Marcus Lesley had a large majority W. J. Sears . . , . . . 247 6 22 106 17 25 the present Ineumbent. eeptlonally fine character. He .
1 kind
over J. H. Milliard 4 437 wa ,
for County Commissioner R. D. Guice . . John T.
, C. 205 .26 G. Crawford and
Fagg, State SuptvpCbrfdren. and W. C. Baas For County Treasurer 251 2 22 89 10J79 wa elected National 'generous, had absolutely no bad'' "
waa re-elected :
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Home Society. School Commissioner by a B. C..Miller . . . . . . ... . 1 .". .' .83 :';:17 .11 committeeman : habits, and wa most Industriou and; "

i Addresa-"The Greatest Syndicate II) Those who were nominated without( For S. L. Judge . . . . . . , . 279 23' 82 2 88 9 6 478 860 J faithful every way... (I"\ , .-.,, ..-j+'+Ne' ,t1!
: the World"Rev. Frank F.'Fitch. Jack- County : 2..1 U. D. C. The funeral wa held '' '
*eonvllle. opposition were H. Clay Stanford, Mem T. M. Murphy . . . . . ", . .. 1 6 130 14 14 111' CONVENTION Park Garden from hi* home'St 1
ber of Horse L. H. Ingram Sheriff? Geo. F. Parker . . . . . 197 19 64 4 80 20 467 at 8:30 Sunday morning. ,1; ,,' ,
Installation Rev!
of Officers. 4.884 S. S. '
For 39// Snyder '
John L. Overatreet, Clerk of County Assessor of Taxes: State pastor of the Preebytarian .
Closing Song. Court C. L. Circuit R. T. Butler . . . . . . . 192 11 22. 6" . 13 Gathering Is In Session at church In this city' offieiat ; "
SUNDAY MAY FIFTH ; Bandy Tax Collector; C. William I. Barber. . . . 146 2 141 128 16 1 259 Tampa. mar. > ._ .

MORNING W. Griffin Supervisor of Registration ; C. Buckets . . . . . . . . 125 79 11 6 5....36. 81 9 12 1 236 884 r ', < 0<,.. ".

6.-00 Sunrise Prayer Meeting(, led by H.'The D. Valley Geiger Gazette Prosecuting_ Attorney.... nannht.The annual.. of convention tite COnf" t---of the United____ GOT THE. GOAT 'iM.Lralk9KnolloxOff'CeleryTops: 1 .
Mr. R. J. Charles Boya' Work S.B can m_ onlv'_m. _.n....__.. in... ------"--.- -"t""' ......I. .. ?: ,:

tarv. Y. M. d A.. Tamp! ,J, i'ethe,, highest terms of the men who won, The m Tamp Tueaday night with a large **rv;. t' '" ... "
, : .. :.'*. and".of those who were defeated. We primary election on"'Tuesdayassed their work Aahton'a voice never lost attendance of.delegate from all : '' !:" ..'f" ,?, '
School. and the-va. off parts .,
church In- > very quietly and without .r
unusual its of the
can'truthfully'; stentorian tone. slate. ,The
say.that the during the
"i candidates 17 hours serlon-was held in ,
Ghee at the regular hours. without exception were of unusual ability interest incidents in spite of 'the great hew calling names, and his frequent t the German ctyb, auditorium and 'con- Has beeav Orga e.Tt.8 I.. f'1., : .

7". AFTERNOON and character. With scarcely an the that was taken In a number of quips Jeept the many watchers In good sisted of music, addresses of welcom., Sure, we'knew all the time they'' ,. "

," <' day Scheol Rally A meeting exception the campaign was conductedon offices. The total vote cast in this humor. It !Ia estimated thaJkhe, uttered responses, etc. could do It. The merry tone ''waa* 7-2.,. f ;

\ orkere nand and Young Leaders People in, Sunday Youngork. a high plane and was free from' of city about was 491 600., out This of a total registration in the neighborhood_ 75,000 words, An especially charming feature of with Sanford hung on the small!:end., k '

mud-slinging. Those who was approximately which is equivalent to"s the evening was an Kisalmmee captured '
were chosen the full Democratic continuous ovation tendered to thecelerjr'p'cker'a' ,. ,c- f J r
f I I Junior Meeting Kissimmee should remember that they have had One of"the vote.N speech seven--or eight hours long. and Sister Esther Carlotta president of goat lut Friday, bid., hair hoof .,.and ':. f

{ placed upon them the obligation of the election nioat striking feature of that's.,some stunt. the state organization, and who Was Introduced horns, and we propose to bang on to J Ifc ,
4 /j} faithful service.' The losers should was unusual length of as the "most loved The good part of it the"fact.'th I
not >woman in wee .t': '
strafed Lesson on Japan-Miss let the sting of defeat rankle In their the ballot. It was just three and a barf -- Latest Returns from State. 'j'jroa Florida." She vr.> .Dr..nterl ,4th Buzzlt,'pltcbed. H ''loat tb.J.ud' ,, 7,.
feet in -'--- ,
yandt, Magdalene. length and "-- - --
souls, but take hold with their contained 106 name., big bunch of Easter lilies luck'game to the trucker : 'f'-
fellow and fa
/elk by Mr. Marcus C. The pollin2 accepted g&JnM' ,., j .
Fagg.i" Dlacew. the 0'" Vall..p._ lf'
citizens them in these which he' .
for a greater Osceola County. - - -- --- # GOVERNOR. words: "Beautiful white pitched ring around hia> : ,
.,.. EVENING Gazette office on Darlington Avenue. Park Trammel!. . . . . . .23,003{ lilies, with hearts of opponent and ; .' '' : 1

;k 6:30 Christian Endeavor Prayer Meeting ORGANIZED Four booths were at first used but owe Cromwell Gibbons . . . . . . 9,637 resent the Daughter gokL-wThey of Confeder rep w."on the mound'.when everybody was nanny'waV. lrIad .be. .. .:; 'i;. ,'

'', ,led by Mr. A. S. Nelson. r CHARITY tnt to the length of time required for W. H. Milton,,,.... ._ .. . . . 9,481 acy,'.and;,| accept.them.,",thp".. taken In. All, the, boys. helped 'br ;;al.'' ". ;," i
>" 7:30 Praise Service, Scripture j marking the ballots 4 )- ,
: Lesson It was feared that J. W. Watson : . ...t. . . . 8,806 The 'convention will close...tonight timely,hitting and th.
Prayer. Laymen's Union favors formation of all who desired to vote' would! not be I E.. M. Sample . . .'. . . . . .'. 863 Will Bryan Chapter,* of this is like prof uionsl." .,, ) '>' Y .,'
city 5 I'
able .
i Solo-.14n. G.. L... Ilanscom, Atlanta: to do so, and' two more ;
were erect.ed '
I Convention jSrnioni-Rev .,Wt An Organization. Here. early- in he r -, : FOR PRESIDENT. represented by'1 Mr..i C. !A:;' Carson; Work,Is progressing on the Jiew., ball .ti,, F ) day making'the
kckman. .Ph.. Dv, L. L.. b.,, Winter; 'The proposition !'to.of organize a number "allowed by law. There -full was b.carUpderwood: . ... . .'.' ... . ,20,738 Elisabeth president; Miss Elizabeth Carson, Mia park here t/and some game may bela: ".'" :: ,',f : ".
charity Woodrow Wilaon. . Aultman Miss M.: ptM'technthla! t.U.Daze teq day&. J'L ,. ,
bk, association 'was. hardly a minute' in the I .. . . . j. .. .16,264 Graves. : "J' :

"HPIoaing: Con .e..atJon.Sevlc.. ; ... the meeUng of the approved' Tjlvmn'fl Sunday TTnmn at were not voter in the'wai day tiriff when line.there A Underwood': majority... .-.v....."* 6.474 I ' organized A bunch her of,; antiquated ......... base"1;:' <" ,
under the ''
This matter' was brought+! to the attention number of,auto were out all day inthe "CONGRESSMAN' AT LARGE.. REMODELLING OFFICE of Mr.; Earl Lupfer and have.rnan..m8ll.t': .,t' 7." ." i

MEMORIAL DAY of the public, some weeks ago by Interest of a number Of the candi- Claude L'Engle'. .-. ..,U.. ..:......14.821 brazen;effrontery 'to had the \ '
order ; '
I, *>} the Valley Gazette following a delugeof date.. W. M. Toomer . j;.'. ..'.'. ..... . 6,666 Several Desirable Alterations and challenge' the Kissimmee.,; I'
Being "
''t ropriate Exerdses professional beggars, and met the The counting of the ballot was a big, J. E4 O'Brieni,. ... .,. , .a.,'.. ... B.667 tea contest ,Th.d. : ' :

Are Held .at immediate approval'' of a great many task.., Immediately' after the polls, Albert I Williamson( .. v . ... ....:.fj_.., 2,826 ,Made In A. C. L freight Depot. between Bursa: & Co. for the'.gam: :i'. p !
and '
' ,!Roberspn t Hpme." citizens. It ha been a subject of frequent closed. the officials ate a supper which BraxtonTBeacham.. ..'. .._. .-... 2,422 "'Those'wlio"'hate' 'business hereafter' Ha-been ha not been;, the .'Kisay" '" ;.' . :

1 discussion In' the was served in the polling / They George C.'Martin. . with the A C fixed but; it?, ;:: :;.v,,. :
since It place .
: memory (the meo\who,, gave! city was : ;? '.* . .. 0'f" .2,336L'Engle'tacks ,. L.. treight :olice'F.wUI( [ will come; off In a couple of weeks pro trr '.

,b 'sclves in life and '''to the irst- ,broached, and the sentiment. Is began'completed, counting Defore seven' ,. 'cJock; << ;; | 15.686'1 of enough,, to I find conditions at that busy, place con- bably.:. Several'other\,igame, -fnsy'be,11t', f{: t 4- 'e. '

t C>use, 'appropriate exercises were practically unanimous In-favor of organizing ; and their work at noon on nominate bii the first primary and will .Id erably changed. Mr.-J,' 8. .NickJes played later'in the .aaon. If the H-i{ ':li .<. .

l icld( '')last.Friday night at the*home'of to' protect, the charitably inclined Wednesday, making the length of lima make: the.second. race'' with". W. .M. and his wife who -came ''to'' the local been get Out of the hospital la ''timel ;' '1"iJ.,.t': .f&,&.

Jr.'and Mra/J. Ro n.\T: af. people against the unworthy vagabo'ndwho'lnfest they were on duty about, thirty hours, Toomer. }*" '*.K'"I%. . office a few months ago have _put In a Poor f.Uow.they don't !know. '.what, '; ' ;, '

air',;was given und"r''the,auspices, ofVUf this section- during. The counting went on without interrupt i In the Second Congressional district good deal of time.',eystematlzingytbe! theY;'are up against 'when 'they, ,meet '.t. ., );;t
Bryan Chapter, U.'DJ C certain ot the year. lion all nlsrht., Hardly twenty-five baU business'of the offices and in : Order, "to Doyle''Dandlea. '' : ;. ,.:;
,. and wa :> Iota had been counted when Frank :Clark 'b**i agars demonstrated ; It'll 'sure .be someslaughterWatch ?, ',. ( .
The acllite : ',
practically the .
ne'of, th are no more kindly and charttalej handling of '' "
\ most freight "
f the' functions,....* *. people ip the world than those aU the candidate.were llnetf. up Inth. ,bls' Uperior'run.DI quailtleVi'' '?He had I having nnmernu* ; now for It. r :'.. \\I. .;;. .
: ;kind ever held' ,. who way the final count stood. ft-' : a.lead of 2,500 over hi*' oee.t oolnjeti alteratlonaf mad.i In ;=": ,

1 Thejprogram of the evening was very; Jive ,In Kiaslramee, but under the hap- The', election"officers are' to be commended tor'S..1: ,: Hilburh:'and. the two'wlll en-j
iformal and consisted: of mpdcafnum-' hazard system, or lack of system;which ,>for the. way in which.theydld, tetrthoeecondnmaryy<< ; >> . t, main entranceto th"-treJht '' , ..,,,, _.,, :!' I . . '1'._..' .. 1." ' ,,, .
ere; and brief fd '
>f charity1,havB suffered because r i. ; office, ,which was Thrown from His Horse '
0 And
fsryanjwaa. the tll'L speaker, Hia so .a 'dingy, disorderly : Dies ', ; ." : 'f
Jdre. much .... been given to worthleas place. (The door 'on } ', : .
a ,occupied only a few minutes of beg I ere" .J '-" .-.. opening 'Ruby from Injuries ,> ,. .
.' I.
t' avenue Is to be
m.; but it Jan.I cJo.ed."and y'beat ) ,
was an eloquent tribute toie an entrance l
I ;A great 'many"people"would .. ., baa. :been .opeped John -Peti'one"'o; >t :fth*'. 'l' .\. T '. {
men_ ,_aiid_ ..the_women: of,tba South; rather Donegan': is Appreciative7'o'the I ?.fron\, .the platform known ' k.
J citizen TofVtht .
: : ,
stated J.
give a to facing the county ; .
ma for their neroic conaucc aurmg Lou amount an organization railroad. A room for w141 \ >.;' ::11, :
; or a committee that stationery and blanks thrown from his horse., .whlleV .. < 'J
ylng years of- the war1', between. the can, sift the good has been par' herding : ;
ate, and the f no lens trying year that' from the bad, than to be approached at titioned off occupying a portion of the .cattle la the"Jnjl"Creek: : '"ctkm:, '.last'. !,'. .' .))1\"

icceedeoVf""Tbi; frequent intervals by people whom of office n.xt to the railroad Fiid.7l7andsoeived': ;; l }Injuries, trom
Mr.O'Bryan'* have they People, O.ceoJa County: and across <1.:1: ...i.i.'Jr' ; .i,
.tn no way to investigate. By a char the intervening space a whlC4pldiedpr.'j'uesdtiya' ; ., 'i 'I"' ; ,
rite; appearance! public address In ity association counter ha "ff }_ . ; ;
,11* city,1 and his remark were received ed according to every it* .can The worthy treat Without the..loyal. support, of my.home, .. been built, so that people having business "The rJeeeaaed'Wa. about forty"'year .' ;. .
itltthe'greatee4; "enthusiasm. can. be aided and th .uI'tWbrthy' rejected County it would have been difficult for me to may transact it conveniently.. *with of age; and wa* born'and reared: ID .' '". {

Following. this 'address, Meusrs.. Moee- When it becomes known thai Klsslm- out-disturbing the offtce force.; lathe this vieinltybatingdeyoted'-mat'of' *" p" "> "'
mee bas such an association carry Orange Count, but 'the Democrat of :: -" hi* life to >{
Franklin) and Gardner; of to which '" : partition Letwecn; the office and 'the the tock,,bwdheesHi. wa;; ;. J
"' veteran. every applicant for aid will be referred, '; Orange have yecogotiod.06ceota's claiai'to II I freight rooms are two a soaof; Alr. additional .
a warr spoke briefly, relating a nurar a great many professional beggar will 1 y i ; open tof /
: \\i ; J togs '. Pegborn section and .. band
' of interesting1 moidenU and expert- pas. the j. > -<* C I''the'Senatonbip and I the \i. -"i tw a widow
ce. of that troubled*tlme.Rsfreehmentawere Sanford, is just now considering the am proud to/be I By, their' careful attention", to the several smallchildren' 'to' moom.: "

; served same:problem, and will organize this 'choice, ,of both Counties. I deeply"appreciate- business of the office and their genial .his untimely. deatbu" ' ..'( ::
by the The .
) summer. result of the action taken manner of dealing with '
steMe*,and period of social enjoyin here Sunday the'compliment yOu }use all who have "So Presbyterian:; Cbnrdi.MarcnaC. : : :
" t closed wb.t... by. the Laymen'. Union paid ... any dealings, with the freight office , .-, ,-; j-, ,
one of the moat probably insure an Mr. and "' '
!tebtfnj I$ affair of.the season. A eon :. While it i Is not, needed association ao badly during here. L):-.' Fir' ,rtlRTIIUR"E' :DONEGA& commended lilts themselves Nwkle moat have already, ..'Fagg/ ?, alate superintends r''t/"',
(Arable highly to '
of ?
ant the Child..
somberot Confederate .. Home',
ve'terr'sled the ; >
summer month It the Soctaty,
ought to be . people of the I,
i the wive'and!'' oreganIged . : I ..i ". community, and thi Will speak at the 11 o'clock' \l 1 l k
daughters of at once .. will $ add : t}?r..ent,; "t.,lb.. IB good rwrntoifcby fall;' ,- ) i, veniences !of, the office.will to be the; < 00 next Sunday inornln;.;- On account .;#..II"1 y, l<..": .
I"" ; '" .t',' Ir 1:1' .. "l: 'f" .".... ,, .app__. ,; tb.R'11'emrsotionthere: . will '''beliao 1 ; . -
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Pere Marquette car No. 40479 via Pere Marquette, C. H. &; D., L & N. and A. C. L :
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Self Starting Four-Passenger, Model "H" Touring Car I Starting Five-Passenger, Model "R" Touring Car '

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Simplicity and silence will characterize the' 1912 Cartercar. Simplicity has always been the dominant feature of this car, and herein lies its
yi + tremendous strength and popularity. It i is to its simplicity that the Cartercar owes its success and its reputation; for that one quality above all others
N. is what has made it always so vastly superior to all other gasoline automobiles. It is a well known and generally accepted fact that the success of
., -''' any piece of mtchinery depends largely on its simplicity, and a piece of machinery consisting of a few parts must of necessity give less troubte than
the same machine made up of many parts. The Cartercar has, and always has had, the least number of parts of any gasoline automobile in existence.
Silence is today another powerful factor, whereas some years ago it was totally neglected. In selecting a car, any discerning man will naturally prefer -
la a silent car to a noisy one; and in this respect the Cartercar cannot fail to command the attention and admirationj of all. A Cartercar to be noticed ,

: THE CAR AHEAD on the street must be Been, for It cannot be heard; and once seen, its beautiful proportions and graceful outlines will always attract enforced attenTHE CAR AHEAD }
1 tion, and will lead to a desire to become better acquainted with this wonderful product of the Cartercar factory. There are many things which contribute i
i to the noisless performance of the 1912 Cartercar. The Cartercar patented friction transmission is absolutely noisless In its operation at all T+ y
speeds, whether running in high or at any intermediate speed rate. The patented chain oil drive is also silent, and in order to complete the effect the
; 111 engine has been so designed that in it the noise is almost entirely eliminated. One of the important factors which contributes to this is the encased
'' ? -N valve-action. This is a feature which is seldom seen in cars selling at several thousand dollars, and while considerable strees has been laid on these
two points of simplicity and'silence, other important factors have not been neglected. More than ever is the 1912 Cartercar "The Car Ahead." oM'

Strength durability, economy and exceptional beauty-all are especially noticeable in the 1912 Cartercar. All 1912 Carter-cars are equipped with
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'Easiest. to Control Easiest Care For A Trouble Produces Results '
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leer control.infinite number of peed*. Simplest I. .) has taught ua that it gives less trouble than a ,'
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Regardless of price the FRICTION DRIVE CARTER AR represents the utmost in:automobile construction. From th. standpoint of mechanical -
;_ 2' excellence it is the moat advanced in standardization, which results In minimum friction and wear and maximum durability and reliability. From
?. t the owners standpoint it has an unequaled service record for economy and reliability compiled from actual figures submitted by numerous owners all
."'\ ," over the country. There is no limit to its use, no service too exacting no trip too long. It is always ready to go anywhere. ,
i' \ l{,: ,;} The transmission which is merely a friction disk running against H fiber-faced wheel-I. .*, and doel'not jerk or jar the car; u gears do. a
c + \\t;'.,, ;I';' , . It Is so simple that practically no attention is required. The fiber will last about 4,000 miles and.can replaced in about an hour at a coat of$&. This ,
,\ t.:. Is much less expensive than the oil required by gear transmission, besides there'ire no gears to slip, grip or howl. You have any number of speeds
''h} and' they are controlled with one lever and the change from one speed to another may be made )Instantly. Of course the CARTERCAR has all the :

,, t1':, i//; latest Improvements, .. self-starter, floating rear axle, chain-in-oil drive, long wheel base, etc., etc. Don't lose sight of the fact, that with every i a '
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-1>',,', THE CAR AHEAD silence endurance strength extreme beauty, ease of operation and low cost of maintenance. Probably every prospective purchaser of an automobile THE CAR AHEAD
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: :h Morgantown Man Wishes His Gty, Correspondent -Says It Will Grow r
Could Have Spawn's Factory. WeB in Osceola-CountY.. For

H., M. BREAKER Mr.,A.. F, Spawn .. In' receipt of a We are In receipt of'the following

letter, from Mr. .. W. Wiles, of Morgantown :-" Interesting and valuable letter: 1V

West Virginia, In which the Yamato. Flag April: 24, 1812. GraduatingExercises

wish is exprensed .that Morgantown Mr. W. B. Harris, Kissimmee,, Fl..; ., '
produced the raw products with which ,Dear Sir-I noticed a piece in your

1 to supply such a factory as Mr. Spawn last Piper about alfalfa growing in r

has-here. Mr. Wiles w.*.. recent vis. Florida.' I enclose clipping from the

itor to the local factory and was great; Palm Beach County paper which may ,

.. ly' interested In It.. His very appreciative' be of interest to you. Now the clipping -I .

+ t '' letter to Mr.Spawn Is. published' may not interest you very deepiy

herewith. 0, since it does not refer to Osceola 'coun- .. '

That Mr. Wiles is a man whose opine ty, but.alfalfa can be grown equally as I ..

ion Is valuable Is demonstrated by the well. If not.better in one part of 6s- ,.\

fact that he is one of M<
t leading business men. He Is presidentof Diaston was alive there was I Dainty. Styles- in',' i '.

tt the Morgantown; &: Southern R. R. growing, at Narcoogsee alfalfa and moat: '

t ItI Co.,'the Globe Realty Co., and the Star all other kinds of clover. When Mr. OXFORDS and SLIPPERS fl '

Glass. Co., is manager of the Morgan- Hyle, the vice president of .the company I ,' C V;

tr town Bridge and Improvement Co.'andthe at St. Cloud would come down I For ) t a

Union R .lty.and Development Co. from Philadelphia, he would also go toNarcoossee I COMMENCEMENT

and Is a director in several financial .to see how the alfalfa was '; .' ;
I r : stitutions of. West Virginia. His letter growing and would at each time take We have the correct styles for the occasion The. ,

follows: sample back with him to show Mr. perfect fit we a..ure'.ou will 'assure you comfort and .':: ,

Morgantown, W.Vs., April 231912. DJHston for both these gentlemen; were ease on the all important evel n8. : :
y ft Col. A. F. Spawn greatly\ Intere'lted In the crop. He '1( .

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Dear Sir :-Slnee' my return I have In height In 1893 there was Bent to ;

, been so busy that at times I have not the World'' fair,' at Chicago nearly I LM.WHIDDEN & CO., p pI.

f'q. retired until nearly 6 o'clock a. m. half a carload of exhibits from Marcoossee. : t t0 > ::;

Not wishing to' do KUsJinmee any the larger proportion of them

harm but 1 have repeatedly thought being alfalfa hay alfalfa, white red ,! .

rkt.'t what a pity we don't have the raw ma- alayke crimson and Florida clovers all \ ;,;;""I" J ,tIj"'jI;;; .(.

terial here, with our cheap gas cheap of which had been transplanted from -" -i; ; ,,

electricity and cheap transportation. the field into large boxes and were 'd' \-fl"Jr
A man of your speed and ,achievement growing while at the fair. .. .',', :'f'
should bave an opportunity commensurate When Mr. P. A Vans Agnew was ""All ," '1
with his ability and I feel that if running the Kissimrnee Valley Gazettehe ; '. fJ.;,lti
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the people of your city could only understand .saw at that time alfalfas and clovers ois\; .'A" "!" (, ,

the wonderful possibilities of growing at Narcoossee. It was ( .. .' : '

your products they would consider them- through his suggestion that a sampleof .

selves Cortunate in securing the locationof the clover was sent to Dr. Stock- ;& / "
Having implicit faith* in the future or Kissirrunee we have yourebterprise. bridge at the Florida experiment station ,; ; :'':, ,; :.
made it home. We have built business of which feel '." '
our up a we Our town has 10,000 population and who reported that the sample of '
proud, and trust honest fair dealings to merit continuance a :
by a is moving large factories at enormous clover received was most excellent and ''i :

''% of a large portion of the real estate business in this section. If expense but nevertheless it i is doing it. would ,, do credit to any state in the .. "
desire home in the most favored section of Florida for the '
you We'are trying, in other words, to' get Union. I
smallest price that property can be secured for we invite you to progressives together_for mutual bene- Now on the East Coast there are of- It ,

call on us. fit and mutual help. ten strong winds which carry with '
We offer Vacant Resident / ,
Property Improved City Prop- I I always feel highly honored when I them large quantities of salt, which .
erty, Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at
have an opportunity] to meet and learn greatly damages crops of all kinds; including 1, '
lowest prices to be obtained.No. .
I from a man who not only glories in alfalfa and the clovers. Yet. !

achievement, but reduces his business with all this, it is not uncommon to see
415-Very d"8Irah"U'I1l1t{ ) I t this place. II you desire a home in
"containing Ihrrm, ucroit, just onside,), Florida write or call on u* quick as this to a science and l lays. a whole world under stalks o'f alfalfa five feet in height. So

Cltv limits In Wnhl 1 KiMsiiiiinw, Lund property will not he on the market long tribute to him, while conductingthe since there is no salt to injure plantsat Y
place to start poultry) farm or I truck at the price. niiini-d.. Tina |property we up-hill light for their future benefit Narcoosaee and alfalfa stalks have f4 ,1
garden. Close to churches and r cliool err offering/ for a"hortllme for $12,600. '
with the full knowledge and understanding feet in
already to four \
grown height
A bargain at $175. I>t us show you Will Hell as a whole or\1iviiled into' two :.
this lot. purls if dettirud. "----/ that years must pans before and also th of Michelin Tires
his peers and associates and acquaintances growing of this crop than at that time superiority '
601 attractive hnnu In I 1'ino- I
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can realize that he was a man the crop should really grow there. better '"Ilmits This, on property hluh Is.ground.just outside]House No. 401J- KIIIJ- 20.' cr.- orengegrovelo- many years' ahead of his time. But all than it is now growing on the East is recognized all over the World + ,
cntl'd HiMide city limits, close to school
is' vo-story and contains eight "roomH' und churches This consists ages: and all climes have at first made Coast, and it succeeds better here and :;ii'r. .'.
all plastered and hard nfl\ finish. two property the fatal mistake of meeting genius; gives heavier and than '' "
of forty acres of land, twenty acres of more cuttings You cannot know what a
fine well and IUI-KT, bain.
*l porches which is in hpariOl'&nle/ : and Jra'pefruit and ability with a frown and a doubt inany part of the United States. But '
? This house Is located tin a lit'e-ncre '
rf y tract, with 'lx'utllul\ \ view of tin city. trees ten acre. additional cleared instead of a smile and an' open hand.It then we must learn the requirements of I. good tire u until you try a t. \; ...
and in cultivation rood five-room cottage .
"!*' and lako Land is ar'upti-il'. to cituis ; two deep wlls.; ( This Is an excellent would certainly do me good to hear the plants. Very respectfully Michelin properly inflated '
fruits and triickiiiir. Tliln proper can tell of in new field.I 'vJ
location, w.. ere you will have your success your J. M. HARREUL, ;
be had for *:J3H( > un. very fuvoralile ,
the freedom of life with city herewitn send check for $2 y JA.
termsVIII introduce customer to country you my The.clipping mentioned is as follows/!: "

owner and let them deal direct. tulvantagoH.short notice.I'oKnonsion. See this can proposition be securedon for which you may send me three or The following inscription on the first .IN STOCK BY

before purchasing. Price, $9,500; termson four kinds of flour with the charges to prize Alfalfa Exhibit at the County Fair
\ No. 304-Improved farm, located on part. be paid at this end. Use your judgment is. worth while perusing : '
best road In Osceola county, It miles
from depot. 10 acre fenced and in as to' freight or expressage.; 1 "1 like to be growing in Florida, I W. B. MAKINSON CO.

high stale of cultivation; best truck.lnff No. 437-We arc offering some very am in no hurry; but when at does come feel more at home! here than to be suffering
land this section. Hs good well'-desirable resident lots located three "do in the line of t' .
la I will see,what! can from the extremes of heat and .
V 3-room cottage, stable, wagon shed'and blocks from Courthouse on nice high I t
cakes and pie, of which I am passionately cold of the Northern states and If you .
V. poultry house. All ready for purchaser elevation' for$3QO.() Alley in rear of all i ". '1;:" e i ir
* to begin work without anv'dela y or these lots. Cash or short/ time. Letus fond. give me good ,treatment 4 ", ..... .u
%- expense of clearing land and waiting show YOU these lots. Thanking you for your'let.ter.Jmd for my requirements, I will in return 'produce ; :""1 "y ;.'ft..,1 1r4 .,
','. to improve before being able tu pro- the samples sent me, I am' enormous crops. : I'' I ...
duce any crops. This land Is adaptedto '; f. ' -.
Yours for success, This growth which you see was :. .
growing all kinds of citrus fruits; No. 303-Small farm inside of city produced ,
grove can be started to good advantage limits. Tnis property consists of a five- J. W. W laES. in twenty day. from the last cut- x
while land Is being farmed. Price acre tract within a quarter of a mile of ---- -- ting and In fifteen days more I shall be I 't.
Term. If desired. OlK"eolalIlgh School. Small house fine Residence Lot SUMMER FERTILIZING' ; .
$1450. on part four-inch flowing well land all in culti Splendid between" four.and five feet in height : .:

No. 809. Splendid new 6-room house, vation. City is building very fast In No 463-Fine, large vacant corner and In full bloom and quite ready for u _.

just inside city limits fine deep well this-direction; lota"will oon command a lot 80x1471 feet close to lake. Splen- cutting again. Size :Maturity '
lot contains two acres of ground good good price if owner should desire at any We "It does not require much effort on Qualify Early ',, '
did location neighborhood.
time to sub-divide and sell It for residence '
new barn wagon fence.and buggy Fine sheds location, all purposes. Price 1600. are offering this large lot at the very my part to produce nine cuttiugs in one Send for Our latest free book '
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" for small truck garden poultry ranch. low price of $400 cash. H. M. Breaker year and the quantity Of hay I produceat GROVE '

i t"." ;110 ,this is a fine proposition where you will FIVK!: city lots on Which is located a sit Co.. 16tfSOME each cutting ranges'from one.and a THEPAYiNG ,' .
.will have the freedom of the country. nice flve-roomxco4tsge fine view half tons to two tons per scre. -
, ,yet close enough to enjoy all the ad- of the new lake cool breezes. ,This property .!.l cannptdo>> anything like this in any It tells the HOWS and WHYS Interesting to a citrus ar t

1 i vantages of the city such as churches splendidhigh' is located close to the proposed "SPUDS'Mi. ) state except Florida., My hay is. also of grower,at this season. It also give, full description: of ' ;
best markets '
,>; acboolL electric line on high level lota. A best' fine line of' "*' '' "
,etc.' .Price $1600u quality, ai was proved our
bargain at 1600. Let us show this
*. .. property.No. you i Blandiaine Digs ,fine potatoesat when It 'was awarded'' the highest- premium Fruit arid'Vine( Formulas. ''
>. '*' No. 434-Fine tract of 40'acre., just' at' the Ohio' Exposition, competing ,, ??;?.,
i abort distance beyond. city limits on .Wssinunee i Past i with' others from 'several Ideal Fertilizer and Ideal Methods have' made <
i ''Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid 443-Ten seres located In Park : many' ? *,\ / '
t, high school church. and market. Price Garden, all under good new fence land Mr.\ d. U.rlanchalne showed us last states., : the. banner crops'of: the State: ,v 'f .
# v $30.00 per acre.. Term.on part if de.. plowed: fine flowing well. All ready to I Saturday a'_ basket of''potatoes' which .",, '.y.. i I like to be growing In Floryida ', )lJI ; ,'<
&*': -sired.'. get on and start a crop without\ any de he bad just dug on his five-acre tract at tI love. Palm' Beach WILSON &' TOOMER' FERTILIZER.. '
lay. We can offer this ten acres with "' '" r "' '?",
Kissimmee Park. The tubers were as LauDt '. :
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No. 381A 20-acre tract located on .yersesn-firm white I 'y'
fine u :we bays ; '
marl road two miles from depot' en price that unimproved land Isbelngiaold\ U IDEAL;. ,FERTILIZERS .. ;
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8t. Cloud road Properly has good for In this tract. Our price. $1000.00. ,tire.Signals. : '
Terms on part If desired. .between ,Feb. 26th and Jacksonville, t+:la., '
if 1 house and three-acre orange grove In were planted' + .. t. t :,.:
bearing. This grove will yield from 29th, just sixtydaya before the samples Ward No. 1. Central portion of cltir, ..... i ryhr' ,> I ,,\
,\- 1000 1200 boxes of oranges.each HK; Blanchalne one long blast of'Whistle. !" , ;,
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Nn. 469 Twenty acres located In Park Kissinxnee. ;
year.' Sufficient land cleared and in they and Ward,No. 2. North two : .
five in ten stated 'that plants 'are thrifty .
acres cultivation
I: ',' .or cultivation fifteen acres to Increase, and *t grove same time to twelve can acres fenced; fine 2-inch flowing well. green and he will wait a short thne".- long Ward blasts No.of 8.whistle.South Kissimmee_, three . .. .. .,. ... ._ - " _'.," .,..," ,".-Ai., .

R be yielding any garden truck desired.. This Is conceded to be the best taaet in fore digging the crop.1;In order to per long,blasts.of",!bllltI! 8-tf: : " T' j l i' f \
'Park Gardens owned nonresidentwro
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,If in search of property that will bring fait the spuds a little extra growth.; ,- : '
f results this fall, and at all times while'this. you with desires owner's to-'selL address We and will you furnish can These potatoes were raised without ' 'C'OGf'Ucenses'Due.' ,,,, ,-- -- --:- .'- : -. .:lu:<,!:" :
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,,3'' This, property Is convenient to town, deal directly with him. The price is attractive , Irrleatl ''Mr,' Blanchslne I : :'used {WO '* ,>-,'; ..Gi4T4rf/A, I li.' r 1 \,
c", has marled road on one side one end. and terms cur be secured' on pounda..ofl,fsrtiluwto! totbe acre., 'All dog I Ilcensewer. due..Match; 1st Is Sent : ,
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Price S4.20a part of,purchase. price if desired. Some hundred acres of potatoes and lam "..,e All ; ;
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I were'planted at the..Park late in February I -
running at large without license tags w?
tr '' No. 458-Ten seres adjoining: city Not'4o7='H ere" one of the most desirable and early in March, and 'practically will be taken' upland; unredeemed' : tloca fug thu'paper w it.. 4 '; '
limlui\ on the Orlando ham road. Land homes to be found in our city. ki splendid condition within 24 hours wlU be i shot.', Cost of Palftieii ; are y 'I .
, . *ls cleared; fenced and r> ady for the House contains five rooms, two porches ) o.UiemJrai tairv $1.00. for toalm sad $2 DO1 for,.fe regular inust. toot think that Jt'th : t
p14iwd The elevation is. high suitable I two well., city water and electric lights. except;,iq one or two eases! where males., F. W. PrrTMAM.i y Are .
: for citre fniitu, and ..tiucking., ,This N.w Barn and feed rooms' Lot 147x fertilization"< and (Cultivation w.n; .- lft-4t ? Marshal.HoeHomeon iDteDti D!Oft1Aipu] bl{ b't '..Lder' ,
'P 'property will( sum be available for 1'Mo\\, 1471 t..t..conrad.witla. bearing grape .. ,''
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'. ,Went purposes as the city is expanding fruit oranges tangerine, guava .'and Mr. Blanchalne .Is so well pleased with of"themh.,1ubacdptiOnn', as it {i i ft a'
.rapidly. A b.rpln'at sWOO.00.1 ..- peach tree., fine shrubbery and flowers : Verona Strttt: 'I'IOfCamtyComwi
Kissimmee Park that he preparing Quailed to themcompIiibenUry by our Board
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'"i property; "1.' offered for the very low .' fl Vfll' oill %is'place'the Kissim 1'0011cottetre.1 new: to data as* 4 .' pnrpw.of- ?'u.,, ,
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orange price of$3760. mee ParkToijlWj'; Farm. and will'.raSH bestos.'roof all',modem conveniences; -jtcquaintinc them -with uw'many adrantares r

grove; all under good fence. Railroad, White Leghorns and Rhode Island dads bath 1' room,, toilet; >two .lavatories;'hot and opportumtiei'tlus'town'aiwl'county '_
runs through grovel{ >station adjoining No. 459-Five acres Inside city dean and cold water, cabinet'electric .. ' : offer.
,property good school and church within ed. fenced and plowed'ready for cnlti- Mr. BlanchaiM} .U ,on*, of the' men ', the home.eelcer: The'" 4
quarter-mile: of,property.. All ..crops .,rvtiofv, This tract is pear the Anltman from tip ,"..forrho i are demonstrating, lights. House''furnished'eomplee'iH( t t''ii ', '
that grown in_FloridaAdo well on farm on high ground.,, 'l000.oot."ltJ, i kt' Kissimmee Park' and at so [many eluding;piano. Nice flowers,and shrub lew reeks'to any person U siren' JB*! ,- .il.-i'H-
I oterplaces about,Kiasimmeei that In- bery In yard.! Large lot,;fronting 1471<< '

I ; I telllgvt,,.Indus try ,will' receive larger feet:on Veona-:tteet.:=extendingbaek .. us, and-- if they should; /desire- .to_ r -cerre". _. It'< reg.c"' '" ?' 4

f-f8$0' 'M.: BREAKER&GO:1I: Returns ben than anywhere els. *, on 117 feet deep: 'A; splendid! ;bom&.,deL ularly.. _hereaf"-----, . \would be aIacI'. put a F
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: ', .,""the, ''.,Kissilm'mee: : 'Valley Gazette DO YOUR DUTY .TODAY GRATITUDEl _. '

,._... ..-' . Gratitude i is' the fairest blossom S J' '
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I Happy the 'man. and happy he that springs from the soul''and:J the '
r cSV \v. ',B.;HARKIS. .. .. 1 Editor and Proprietor lone, heart of Ms knowelh none to fragrant ->-, :
r He who can call' today hit'own: wide) its' ingratitude -
J. D. KUYKENDALL, .' Associate Editor opponent .
.. He who: secure within, can say. is- weed oal}
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: worst poisonous in itself! but impregnating
R the very atmosphere in which ft I
OFFICE IN VALLEY;GAZETTES BUILDING \ .- Dryden, grows with, fetid vapors. tkl

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RATES: A hotel In Switzerland bore- on one Braggs-i,Yon never know what you

hs 'One,, copy, 'one year *. .. .., . r I. '., 1.50 ()f Its walla..the. time 'honored; Inscription CII D' do till,, you try Waggrs-That's +

'::. One copy, six month '.. ..' + i. ..,.. .75 "IIo PcIJ, 'salve]'* ("Welcome, wrong You never know what you

One, "copy, .three months .. '''''" .. . .40 etrnn "Vrl") After rebuilding the )It-S. con do till you succeed. rag'pWl'll.perbnpII ,

t ---....---. .' .- : end had to be restored,, but tlie: pulut- that's better Wages-rAhd

'4, Almunlcatione'except; from our authorized ..correspondents, must be er, who must have had some expert: then you're wrong. You never know :

sIgned by the writer. ence an u traveler, madu very slight what you can do wben yon succeed 4L .

alteration In one of tbe words. and You only know what you have been tn I
Mil\ not be returned unless called for,
t' Rejected matter ..
.--- _- caused: It to read "Uospes, solve! able to do.-Ufa. ,..

I!: Enteted at the Postoffice In KisBimme'e, Fla., as second-class mail matter. .("Paytrangetl"1A ) _. I t
I ._ . ,. _. Financial' Tip. Sure to See It. i
"If I should put $1OOO In a bnnk "Who wall It who saw the handwriting
: '1 rlCLa.Y" :May: 3. 3. IS that paid compound Intercut at. the on tbe wall. Freddie asked !

I rate of S per'cent.. how long wouldIt tho Sunday school teacher.

take for the principal: to double I "The landlord' ma'am," Quickly replied c"trCARY
S DARN IT. "It never, would double. Tbe bnnk tbe little boy who lives In a flat

--- would bust"Chicago Record-Herald.. 'I Yonkers Statesman.Interlacing .
We note that In Sanford there Is a
.n i lady who dams stockings, clothing/ etc.. ( They Say ]

for a living. If Lakeland girls are passSppSppppppStpppppSpSJ- ............ .._..-
r tl looking for a remunerative job, this a
; would be one. And tben, who knows ; the"Nations
i t would win : : Business of
but what the best darner a Some remarks made by Editorsof \
,. good looking husband. This darningbusiness /
has great possibilities.-Lake the State regarding Kuiim- jj .

land Telegram. mee and Kiiiimmee't Teat Will Shackle War

w ... Darned If it hasn't, If there are many
i old bachelors with a supply of holey paper, The Valley Gazette. .*....' .+ .++++. +*+,|.<,*..*.*. ..+++..+. ++..... .+. .... .++,.

sox such'as is possessed by certain attached to By .WINSTON CHURCHILL. British Home Secretary to
Kissimmee is in favor of a State J
of the Valley Gazette. We'dbe ****** *** ***+** ** +**** ** ++****<. **++++.
Trade the
Board of as proposed by
darned glad to have some enterprising 1

ing lady start a sock darnerv: !here. i Jacksonville board. Resolutions recent. nations today find .themselves bound together, interlaced I '
ly passed in that city by the Kissimmee D. LANDIS .1 I
"xt t STILL GROWING. / board suggest that the Jacksonville or- CITE interwoven one with.! another, by the tenacious network Nominated for Staff Attcrney by B'g Majority. '

t ----- ganization take steps toward accom- trade interests, of commercial transactions, of intercom --- -. I,,, ,.. '

4 Klasimmee's Board of Trade is an plishing the desired purpose. A con- municntion or reciprocal insurance and of friendly con- '<'
) Index to the growth of the town. But vention for the purpose of organizing a TO LAY CORNER STONE .r,
few months it was practically a nection. I.
a ago
state board is suggested to bo held in
"t+ dead letter, with only a few members, iI'
They find themselves standing the' DIZZY and PRECARIOUS "
and those unresponsive to the calls of Kissimmee.-Times-Union. UpOn Interes ing Ceremony of (he Catholic \.
duty. Now the board has 128 'live PLATFORM of INTERNATIONAL CREDIT and complex .. '
members and it is always at work for A writer in the Kissimmee Valley Church Next Monday.ICOMMtINICATI'n. "
the upbuilding of the city. Tampa artificial industry. a platform which wore it to collapse or be
Tribunal Gazette tells of a very interesting trip ( ) 4
\ little be made in automobiles on the East Coast violently overturned would produce consequences which no man and The I Rev M. Fox. Orlando will, on ..t'
Thanks-but you're just a .
hind. The membership of the board is and it appears that there are some very no monarch can foretell. Monday, the 6th inst., at 4:0:::(> \p. m+ .

fine roads in the of Kis perform the of blessing. and
getting'up close to the two hundred neighborhood THE DAY WILL SURELY COME WHEN THESE RESTRAINING ceremony :1vLJPARK
s "One drawback however to :
simmee. ,
ri mark, and growing. all the time. .' FORCES WILL BE FOUND STRONG ENOUGH AND WIDESPREAD :
the trip, says the writer, "is crossing f fI
the St. Johns, which now has to be
done by ferry, but we are assured that WORLD'S PEACE.
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Rajah Orders Contrivance for
y Ladner the streets a bridge will shortly be erected at J""
Comrade was on Climbing Trees When Pursuedby I I, ,
R y yesterday with a couple of baskets Cook's ferry, at the end of Celery avenue Tigers.An ,,,'
filled with a variety of appetizing gar- just out of Sanford, and this will --

{ Ii den of truck.applied He industry says it is to only raise it question all- greatly fad itate travel." There is nomore TALKS ON ADVERTISING Indian rajah l Is said to have ordered oJ

i+r kinds of thlngll, -St. Cloud Tribune. beautiful and delightful trip anywhere "- trom n London firm "one fire

a That is what we have been contending than this one, and with the interest escape, suitable for use wben out

all along, but a lot of folks think being displayed in improving the shooting tigers" This tiger!: escape
XIX.-The Time Element la now on Its way to the bunting boa
roads it is bound to become more and
that they can wish for crops and have at the sporting rajah h
'em while rest under the shfede more popular with the tourists who
they The manager of the firm of Masers
5' of a sheltering palm.It bring their machines down from the Merryweather described the contriVance
5 North." The touring party was esp'- In AdvertisingBy as a patent sliding carriage es

is. cially attracted by the miles of shade with ladders }
amusing to all of us who remember rape fitted two telescopic
the old "tanyah" of antebel- trees planted along the roads In Orangeand which will reach to a height of 35 t.T'

+' lum days to hear all this present day Volusia counties.-Times-Unlon. feet It Is painted khaki color, so as

nonsense about the' "dasheen."Tampa ------ --- Henry Herbert Huff, to be Inconspicuous In the Jungle and TRAMMELL
M Times. !a mounted on high wheels to facilitate '
II High Man for the Gubernatorial Wonttnation.
K It ,is true also that electricity existed S. F. P. A. I COPYRIGHT )OOB. BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Z"Mr. transport.It i ,

ski + before Franklin's time, and steam was M Is understood tbe rajah will use I "

'y' known before the day of Stevenson, Some of our editorial brethren are Business Man, even seasonable goods will not sell them the escape for climbing trees though I ,
but there were no electric can nor talking of organizing a South Florida when there are no trees available be laying the corner stone of the new (
t team locomotives. It has remained Press Association. Such an organization selves. They must bg forced on to the public. Advertising will will be entirely dependent on the escape i Catholic church in Kissimmev. Several.:"

!' for BrooksvJlle and Kissimmee to utilize not interfering with the worK of push them. It pays to sell all the seasonable goods you can. for his safety- As It takes about of the neighboring priests will be pre...

'" the "tanyah," If that is the progenitor. existing associations, might be made People will pay more for an article at the time they want it 10 will\ seconds be wise to to kep elevate It elevated the ladder all the It ent and the address on the occasion ,6.:"
"'-f' of the dasheen..The' very helpful and we see no reason for will be made by the Rev. J. J. Navin.
most Advertising accomplishes l two things-helps the time to be ready for a surprise by tile '
disagreeing with the following: public S.J., rector of the Sacred Heart church, '

Lakeland stone have agreed to The Arcadia Enterprise I Is talking up to' discover what it needs and ought to have and tells it When to tiger nig game hunter are chary of.dlacusstuK Tampa. The' Citizens! of Kissimmee. are

close at 6:30 p. m. and a correspondent a South Florida Press ,Association buy. It creates a demand for 'seasonablea.' tbe:' value of tbe escape until respectfully and cordially Invited to at-

f pronounces it "a good and sensible .That paper says : "The South Florida "Turn every little occasion into a day for selling -seasonable they bear what success attends the tend.- *'
". ; rajah and his .tku1.' In tbe Jungle. The Catholic Church in
Id... ; Verily. Lakeland Is slowly papers have an important work: to perform erecting this
catching onto the? things which have in which the rest of the papers of merchandise-the birthdays of the authors, of Lincoln and Washington Talking about rajahs recalls that building in a new field does not wish to

made Kissimmee the most up to date the state are not vitally interested." Arbor day, f5t. Valentine's day, Halloween, Labor day, some exceedingly: large Insuranceswere be a stranger to the people of Kissirn-
offered at Lloyds on Jewels
iY; city In. Inland Florida. This city has Brother Hardig's suggestion/ is a good etc. Sell goods according to the weather. Bring out apparel to to be being worn by Indian princes attend mee. She has no secrets. She is the

bad! this "good and sensible Idea" In one. The West Florioa boys recently mightiest organization -existence.. ,
coronation One policy for
keep one warm in the cold season and hot Ing the
'opetation for some time. We like to organized as association, and anyone cool things on days? 4oOt'' pounds had been Issued and For twenty centuries she has preached

f+ t eel our little sister villages following int''c can see that South Florida hs the best artiples to keep one dry in wet weather. Bring everything in its In another case tbe value of tbe gems "Christ crucified" to the nations.. Wer

the f ootstepa of this,Jive' town. lot of papers' ?In the state, so there is proper season."I Insured was'estimated at ,I l.OOO.OOfl. I missionaries have carried 111.- name ;

no good reason why we cannot organize will little calendar London Is practically the only place over land and sea. She comes to Kissitnmee 1rp,
give a such is used the
you as
: by big
We have received copy of the South also.-Ft. Meads Leader. where Insurance of these valuables to preach that same Jesus and "s

.Florida" Banner, recently itart.e4.t, :--, department stores. Even the smallest country merchant can can be effected and as the value of I salvation through His. blood. She Inculcates -

'Homestead. ,It Is a new.y eight-page Despite the stress'of' politics, the obtain some good ideas from it. the Jewels' war to be. It 'Is said very obedience to lawful civil authority ,,
substantial rates were quoted
i I ipaper, :capably edited and. handsomely Arcadia Knterprise: finds time and spaceto JANUARY AND FEBRUARY. JULY. for great policies.-London correspondence promotes civic virtues, teaches .
:,$ t prlntedItIs published by RevS 'J..A.Kahj ad'tocat.'the the sacredness, the home and she i
organization of a South, Close out all holiday stork Hold Midsummer clearance-move out New York Herald. ;
a ,Methodish preacher. On ae Florida Press Association and proposes before and after Inventory sale alf left over spring and summer mer alone is the barrier. that the corruption ..

: count of the natural piety of editors, that, the" meeting .be-held at Arcadia.. Move the winter goods and keep chandise. Everything "cooling" Is I I '' Wanted to See the: Bride. of divorce and remarriage can never r

r the/ frequently. enter the ''ministry.; The 'Idea Is a good one, and we rise to seasonable Items before the pub I In order-Ice cream, crash suits., MUdred Cole, of East 89tb! street, break. f

t :;w. tare glad,,to see a minister, who has nominate as president of the association lie. The annual white goods sale negligee shirts, white goods, sailor has Just bad ber first glimpse of New A church with this record and profession l'

,become, good enough to anseditor. 'the' bnlliant'and successful editorof occurs> either In January or February hats. York, where tbe family stopped a day expects and asks for the' candid

'From. : "''the.: sample of his work be ,lsjrood a :the Lakeland News and the Lakeland ; likewise the semiannual sale AUGUST, vn rwut Ir>m Atlantic City aWhile opinion of every thoughtful man and .4. -
t dna ">* *rv Telegram.---Plant;' City Courier. of furniture, Keep trade up artificially Coohlng8; even more popular In tbe'e' :tropolls Mildred wartakea. woman. But no man can give an'intelligent ? 4
during these months by advertising light wearable of aU sorts, tinned to Ceatrsl Park She knows all about, '
tf Aft essential factor, perhaps the most bargains and holding fre- foods,. cooling drinks Ice cream the Cleveland parks, hot the New opinion' on-a subject of which be ,,
7 'important. Is the unity of the people in The suggestion that the newspapers quent clearance sales\ freesers low shoes. Schoolbooks York Idea Is new ti ber. is ignorant Before doing so hs must

i l a common bond that causes business of South Florida organize. a South Florida MARCH AND APRIL. and clothing "to start In with" are She was about to enter a shaded Inform himself. The 'Catholic Church] ""v

s+I k and social.competitors put,aside, all Press Association is a good one. If Make A final cleanup of winter In demand at the close and more path when her mother prevented. asks for impartial judgment, judgment l

petty/differences,when it, comes, .to our big' brothers of the Tampa dailies goods and put elaborateness into so the early' part: of September. "You mustn't walk there, dear" she ,Iin a spirit of fair play, an enlightened

,r boosting the town.-St. Cloud Tribune. would only deign to co-operate with the your spring an4' Easter openings. SEPTEMBER. explained. "That 'Is the bridle path" judgment. If anyone wishes to know "

ah' "> i 4 I mall fry In. this connection, great good Describe folly the new styles In Get rid of all last summer goods. Tbe little girl's eyes glistened as Catholicism he should seek informstlora!

A'MIssouri girl demands $20,000 for would result to the press.-Bradentown men's and women's apparel, millinery Millinery and apparel, hats gloves she recalled tbe Important runctles. from friend. well asi'enemy, he should .'**'
jfs .seven kisses. PrIce. are going up. every Journal. etc. the coming of April showers 'put permitted to carry a shower
:, day.-St. Cloud,Tribune. lead-the new fall styles this time. bouquet MISREPRESENTED by the ignorant ''or
wet weather goods to the front.WheD' as big as herself Just then half a ,
i+ But the...\are some'things We'mustfeave. *, HdpaUtUe.1C Books, 'lamps furniture and other malicious.
garden:making dozen young people went galloping
starts bring I
r .regardless" .. of price.. __ YOU want to do something now ihat .out Implements of all sorts; Moving share house'of furnishings attention. again get their down the path. How few there are to whom. It Is 'j, f:

tr A, |D.the years to come will be a constant :aced, ;houaecleanlng are topics -Oh, mother Mildred QclaJ...... known that' Catholic Church "is. the author ;;t dl
)1f.:1ftb: : hasv:;beeiY''designated'; 1 iourci of delight\ to' 'you whenever you
4f *l )) Mother's:day. f There, .Is rio nor beautiful -. think about;)It,Just get busy and make carpets and DOuse furnishings are Fall suits and overcoats, cloaks sue Is the bride?"--Cleveland Leader. to her members to be,read with reverence _. ,. ; i
It t, holiday than this, and it should ben an In demand. and suits for women, woolen under'wear .
yotu.commnnitg A'better place l In which and defends It against the un-i
1.n :t\ : kept fat remembrance' by all the people i MAY. furnIture' and household necessities H-r Held."So '
l to Jive Make wide and keep clean believer. the Inspired word of ilR,& I.
<-''';k of.Klssimttee.., I Close out merchandise.Clean sell well if helped by advertJaln. be married a manicurist
: spring I
; \ -,I i your str eu. Build.a. house and make .. ""Tee. one'should hear or read statements .r
'Ii' . ; shelves .
t I of canned
& f' It. the ,best place on earth-for your goods* .Is be strongly denunciatory of the CstboliO' ;.
foal i you. NOVEMBER.Close bsppy b
fe.urveyina Continue to
Lakeland paring and PUt seeds, bulbs, rugs
< Give time and Tin afraid sot He Church in the spirit of and charity
your your money and out the autumn stock. Put Complains that
chairs pictures, bouse
3Sl I :;,f.I.....raee. f If oar neighboring' village ,.out" tate 1tt to.'all. who are' In.need of etc;;. In the-leacL With the coming heavier apparel to the front. With she has quit holding his hand art let him suspend judgment until ,be .

Jj.: .jK* keeps. on .she will be pear1yas good a the same.1 Put Just '.. much of JourrOW' :of "warm weather, early summer the opening1 of the social season, wants to confine herself exclusively. M is able to find whether something may ,r ;
(ltowa'm..DOw..aa. In a fewyears. such things as Jewelry, laces silks folding the po 1letboMk-: not be said '
r+ "u!, 'Iri '. self;- ,best. self-In your community clothing, light underwear, shirtwaists on the defense. Catholics -
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,to, "Y .\, ,. b ; as po alble.-Homestead Ban low shoes, parasols, fancy and furs sell well In' the cities. would' all be saints if they livedaccording fi
i ;,;, J M hose,. etc" should readily. Thanksgiving offers a chance for Looking Ahead. to the Ideals abut
her go of their church
\ :')]>,: 1 The ,,8W ome i of toe Tampa' Board special sales of cutlery, tableware If the custom of going wherever be j I +
JUNE unfortunately all do It'Is I
y". -'of.; Trade,, ire to be in the gal building. Cartertar. .. linen and groceries. Is Invited grows on tbe occupant of not so life.
""* \ Tbe month of brides and graduates however, neither Christiannor'fair'. t
5Quite* 'appropriate for the the.White House., the
; an place avr'eragi'Boa4d time will
Attention la tiled to tile full gives an opportunity to push DECEMBER. oome to determine '" '
the F
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3fr : :; of Tradey.? : < ad ot tbe Csrtercar. Mr. S. B. Ault. dresses! and .dress materials and Urea early Christmas shopping. 'will ,; not a big celebration from the''daub of the incompetent' paint'k' '
J Dome off _th.twUi be "
-, man has taken the agency for this 'districtfor presents! for these occasions. OutIng Good advertising will spread trade thought\ et"; :: .
"" '.JC > .0"From"''th pictures' 0" aom..lof" 'ths'1. I this fine, machine, and a demonatrating'car goods, outdoor games, .) over tbe entire month. Help patrons be-properly Ter1lMCt"un'ell.' It5! Is The more +''CJanlltllUl8rlo..eoDe fin-' |_
in. fans graced by the other, the more of the Christian spirit -
was ( 7
-1. 4 eandldato.rin I Polk county we'are persuaded citythis/ straw hats, oxfords ribbons .and by suggesting proper gifts for all presence of 'the chief {
? I week. It created much favorable com executive; still .less should they will eho*.' The better-Christians',
; alfalfa so
that grows. 'successfullyJa ment. A carload of. the machines -twill ,notions, are an good seller.l members. of the household.h many; ,
swings be
made know
for .
purely another.'the'sooner
politics one 'will
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, .... # 'TII.LPOha hq.11. \ score''of,1 to'0.), The'game went eleven posting of-shell stucco next week. This 1 ,, a

f) PUBt.lS1.lBD! EVE1 '' !Innings, 1? will 'be 'th. sleet\ building bf Its kind In' 'L i B.fl , .
'FR'1'DAY'1 city wU bet beauty KB L ,
I -BTWeather"": "Kjsstnimee Auto Garage and Machine |the an4 '
,< ,.,J.'8; HAA"18 Company will do anything In1' lathe' or Mr., S. j; Triplett was in tb city .. ,

;:: ,' machine work for you for automobiles, from his home at Narpoossoe, Mondayand I ',ri

.- - ..... boats,, and all\ other machinery, 15tf Tuesday.. He had some buaioeismatters .

tT The regular meetlngof the St John's to transact here. Mr. Triplett ,

Report ( Guild wil lie.held at the home of Mrs. (is still an enthusiast toe ,the simple Features of Interest: for the Intendu1g'Purchaser;!; :

\ W. }. S, Carr, Tuesday! May 7th, at 3 rural lift, end his present occupation '

Following are the daily temper 0'cIockV; 1 ; All the.membera' expectedto 'appears, to be agreeing with him,,! Oa Rail' Road feet with competitive freight: rales. '

turea and precipitation, be present 1 Don't forget to leave your'orders' Altitude 253 above tea level v I', ; 'I,', ;.'/:' .

reported by the Government li'r. A, F. Spawn went to Tampa With Miss 'Jean Caldwell for Commencement Proof of productiveness of the soil demonstrated so that anyone cal be assured. "'_ ' ''' "'p' "" :' '

station at Kissimmee' for the this \morning on business., He is arranging" I' flowers' 19-2t r" All building loti Lake Fronts that '" '* '
are slope np to forty feet above the water, ,; :' kl;;; ,.
week ending May 2, 1912. / to introduce 'his pure food' < We are pleased to note that Cot E. Tie.. country it rolling and dotted with'arteaiaa lakei: therefore healthful. .. '.. ,. ''i' ,
products'' made at the local factory, in M. Oliver has'so far recovered from his '
'.MAx MM. MAIN Lakes connected by navigable thannels'makisg. boating pleasant. : ,' : it *
t some: of the stores. in Tampa. recent illness 'as to be able to leave the 'a' ., s

I Friday4,, .,-,,' :M 68 ''''J \ ''Miss Marietta'1. Pfann. the accomplished hospltak He and Mrs.' Oliver are now A Citrus Fruit Exchange Packing house OB the property. -* , ' ." # '

Saturday........ 94 '62 . daughter" of Cot. H. M. Pfann, at 'tile home of his brother; J. W. One of the beat Horticulturists in the Stajte, is a resident and caa be relied'upon for information. ,
Sunday..,.,.. . 88 67 , Oliver Oliver' Island. Frost fir '
of Kissimmee, is visiting Miss Bessie on protection is i afforded by the numerous Isket. : '
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I Monday. ,. . 92' 68 ?
Stapleton "at the Marlborough hotel. Better that his suit at Law8On' The proposition it restricted in'size and the being '. '
Tuesday...*4'. '94 70 Tribune. Cash Store.. . ,
Tampa l'
I Wednesday . 89 70 . by a..arill'collleDiaI, neifhbora. ;; ; '. '' ,, _
Thursday . . 89 68 1.88 Mel J. D. Woodbeck has arrived in Mr. Sam Harmer. of Beaver Falls, '" "v. ... 18'r
the city to join her husband, who Is the Pa., who' has spent several winters In for further Information- address -

popular manager 'of the Pastime then li this city, returned to his home Monday. I;

ter. She was accompanied by her sister I Aside from being a bachelor, Mr. Han '
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M ,, Miss Dixon, who will also live here; per is strictly O.K., and will be gladly Lake Gem Land Compamy ,
welcomed back when he returns to Kis'simmee 'iE. 'i- Ya ><
'i THE LOCAL FIELD. The new bread food, Sweet Potato next fall. : .
Flour.. Send lOc in stamps foe-trial J. n,
; J $ package. F. Spawn, Kissimmee ,
FIL l-tt If in need of a corset investigatethe
s $ I Splrella, the corset with '
.. tiMKM 'WNNti" ' '1Mti 1M'r" bade to KISSIMMEE FLA. '. ,
Miss Marietta Pfann and Miss Ruby tee; never rusts or breaks. ,
Ellis entertained the members of the order. Call on Bertha Twitchell, Coq- -
th election'didn't to suit you, home .setierre, for measurements. 16-4tp
If go Ni-Ni-ta-ho-ta-lee club at the Pfann . :, on Emmett street )Jut Friday night, in A number of the girl friends of e.

Mr. W. B. Crawford mad a business a most charming manner Misses Lena and Lela McAdoo were ..

this of the latter a boat ride .. -- -- --- _. .. .
on -
trip to Jacksonville week. If choice, and you are particular, the guests ------ -- ..

We have just received some 46-Inch phone 186 for accuracy and dispatch.Will and picnic to Dick Island on last Satur- \
call and make estimates from your
Flouncing Katz. It day. The day was most delightfully
own order. Ernest Green Sign Writer spent) under the chaperonage of Mr.
Mr. John Balsden, of Whittier., was and Interior Decorator Box 139. 5tfr and Mrs. McAdoo. The guests were

in the city Friday. Mrs. Caldwell's music class and Miss Misses Jeanette Lewis, Helen Jones, It's Perfect Bliss '

Boone's Straight"; and "Osceola". Petrie's kindergarten school held a'' Grace, Nelson. Mildred Lee, Dwayne I "'r

Best & cent cigar/ Box trade solicited. joint recital at the Chapter House last I Fisher, Margaret Lee and Master Ralph

10-tf Friday evening, which was attended by MeAdoo. '.

Mr. Clem Breaker left for Chattanooga a large number of the parents and
When you want anything in the auto-
I ; Tuesday, for the summer. friends of the pupils. mobile line give Kissimmee Auto Ga- 1Io
just to take a look at of .
and Machine Company a trial. our tray engagement
four O
On the order of Mayor Bryan rage
Special at atz', 27-inch Flouncing,
Saturday and Monday, 29c, 89c and slot machines in local stores were put We will hard.give Our you shop satisfaction i is in charge or try'mighty of and other rings. We take especial pride in the > / .

4!'c. It out of business. These devices, which skilled mechanics. 15-tf former, and if you have need of one or expect: '

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bans, of Fort were being largely patronized by small Mr. H. L. ft. Reeves and Mrs. to have need of one come and look them over .
Mayor Bryan to
Myers, visited relatives in this city last boys, were found by Reeves, together with Mr. Reeves' sister -
wi'ek. be clearly contrary to the law. You'll find them just what you want and "
Miss Jean on Mondayfor

Mrs. G. D. Boone returned home On last Friday evening in one of the their home in Beaver Falls, Pa. _- priced. any figure you have decidecJ: is your 1J .
lower lakes Capt. B. F. Cobb and his These have been spendingtheir '
Wednesday! from a three weeks' visitto gcod people I limit. h7w
her mother and sister in Tampa.Mr. crew fishermen caught 5.292 poundsof winters here for the past fifteen r.

catfish at one haul of the seine. yeses: and are counted among the residents -
Thos. La Hatte, representingthe This breaks all records, so far as we I of Kissimmee. They take keen

Dodson Printers' Supply Co., of are informed, in local waters. I interest in all things pertaining to the ,
Atlanta, in the city yeitereay. I
and have host of friends here
BREAD," that's my business. city a
Mr. (DeWitt Brown is preparing to Graystone, Central Lakeview Hotels, 'I who will welcome them back next fall. '
move his music store to J. M. Willson's II. S. Floyd, C. W. Griffin D. R. Blenis Jeweler and '
new building; on Darlington avenue. Co G. M. Taylor handle my bread Col. W. A. McCool and his family C A COLE ., ;
and are satisfied. Just a tnal order'and left for their Northern home Beaver .

All kinds of Oils and Polishes kept In you will be. WILL MCLAUGHLIN. 18-2t Falls, Pa., Monday night: Col. Mc OptometristIS

sock by Kissimmee Auto Garage 15-tf and "True Shape" hosiery excels in three Cool, by his large business interests' .
Machine <
) Company things: Durability-heels and toes ex- here, and by his extended winter residence

Mr. and Mrs. George Sharp spent a tra durable; comfort-no seams to hurt bere each year, has become one
silk and
the feet style-comes in both .
; of There is no more enthusiastic,
few days in Tampa the early part of silk lisle in black, white, tan. and col- us.
the week. ors. 26 and 50 cents a pair. Lawson's or effective Kissimmee booster than he. .- --- ,",
Cash Store. It He wilt be here again, early in the fall,
Boys from 8 to 16 years of age can the handsome home erected
get money-saving prices on Suits and Mr. S. B. Aultman made a trip to occupying ----- .
Pants at Lawson's Cash Store. It Tampa on Wednesday In one of the by him this year on Em-roett street -
Hon. J. M. Lee and Col. P. A. Vans Cartercars, a'carload of which will arrive Wanted-100 milk cus THE T.ITLEGOOD ?

Agnew spent last Saturday transacting in a few day. Mr. Aultman is tomers. Phone 235, Kis- 4" s..
business in Tampa. agent for the Cartercar for the counties -

Smoke "Boone's Strawgh: t" and "Osceola. ' of Osceola, Orange, and Volnsia.- simmee Dairy Co. City 'Is ,the main question and should 'always foe' answered, ''', : '",: ;) ;'' ,

." None better. Made In. Kis Flouncing, 27 inches, at only 29c, i iS9c" Delivery. ,111A The .
simmee. 10-tf() !, and 49c ,at Katz' Saturday and , > ;\,;, ;. ., adisinterestedauthority. ':0: 'r .r'ira; ,.. : ;' .ttl.< .. J
Monday. It special magazine edition of the ," !": r",
Mr. R.: P. Hauser, a new Kissimmee Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Florida is TITLE I C3LJAFRAIMTV CO.M'PAN'y ,

man, is building a cottage at Park 'and Mr. C. F. Berdell,paving who has work been at Pa-superintending sent us by J. D.; Woodbeck. Its a will.& arch and examine the title to the land which you are adout to purchase, in t "

Brack etre ts. latka since the some completion of the first, splendid number and shows up the advantages I Osceola County, or elsewhere in Florida and if found to be good will guarantee '. .

Little Miss Ada Louise Simpson en- returned this week, and of that hustling little South- you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens unpaid taxes and adverse claims. M'A,, 1', 5
contract here,
tertained a number of her friends and in of the work under the ern city to splendid advantage. It Is It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against) investments in im' .(-
will be charge
schoolmates in honor of her birthday which has been begunby beautifully \illustrated on fine enamel perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issue I .f. '
second contract
last Saturday. the Alabama Paving Company. paper, and Is a credit to W. B. Harris, of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of Title. J }.:'
the publisher, and the section of the .p
Messrs. Joe Harvey and Frank Carter Don't forget Kats' Special .Saturdayand country the paper so ably represents. The Title Guarantee Company does a General bltrad'B..iae oat"the.tat.. of!'.Florida 1 + : w '

left for Illinois\ on' Monday. They Monday., It Otsego (Mich.) Union. Abstracts to City and County Property .made a>d delivered oil short notice '_i 1,0 '!.t1'1u '. .:'. ',

expect' to spend this. summer. In'tb'at with the '
The first game of
Hon. C. A. Carson and
state. strong Lakeland nine is scheduled for returned on Saturday from an extended Title : $

Mr. A. O. parson, of.Chicago, arrived next Thursday at Lakeland. All the Visit in Baltimore New Orleans and Guaranty Qomp'-Y .;:;

)Jri this ,city Monday, and will games are being played away from other place.' While in New Orleans _
spend some time. here. seeking a suitable home during the construction': of the they attended the wedding of their son, Capital Stock' $100,000.00 k.Nw' rq J,.
location.. ball parkand'as soon as'the work Is t.
James Carson .to, Mica Sarah Pipes.Mr 3"
will have baseball CARROLL D.: JUDSON, President EDWARD NASH Secretary '..
Kissimmee a .
completed and
Woddall left, on Carson .w.nt away for a rest If. t\.t.\ \ t.J
Mr. and Mrs, John number of R. Treasurer > 2fTOOMERA(> REYNOLDS Ce.. Coi ei +i h'
return ,V. JUDSON; %
Osceola"Tuesdsy morning feast, having- spent sometime with his\fnend, Dr. : III I
the steamer * u *' < i1
Wood- games In quick:iucceeilon.All Kelly,in Baltimore undergoing medical e' J. 'irf 'IV UO rBr .c6 ffice; ,
for a two wee a Visit with,Mrs., Home: Office, Bi8 Building ,
,. all' parent..near. Banen..r, work entrusted to Kissimmee'Au treatment Mr., and Mrs. Canon Jacksonville,' ft 'e' Kissimmee. FIa. .,'. ""ifJ' ),..or
*. "<. and Machine Company will :
Garage return 'by
-X to ; were .thelrf : "
Klssiramee Auto Garage and Machine have prompt attention. Satisactionguaranteed. Miss I ;Elizabeth ;;Carson,who has bead LEWIS, O'BRYAN; Manager Kissimmee Branch : ,1: .: :, : ), .
Company bandies all kinds of auto sup .- !&tf C, / "' ... + Itr,I. 'rlpllowr' ' X').aa+ .,' "; ., .1
visiting for several month in Georgiaand T' t/ ,∋ :*< z2nnijf" \ ., .. .,
Inner'' tubes, ;, . .... '
phea-culngs 1)umr'Juka ... ...j-4-_ .. .:i..
plugs, etc The Makinson warehouse had another on': the (East Coast, ,, Mr.Charles'Canoni I 'c),

of Its periodical Finflairatlone.Sundanight t ; who" has-been' in Colo .,.. -"'-,, - .. .. , . r'l' ,, ; I "
, The Ladles' Aid SoeUty of the Christian just before 12 6'clock.VThe alarm rado. 1 yo" r. ., .'.j1t: ', :.\:, ,.

t church desires' to thank all who aroused' the (whole? town and the department' . , .,1- 7t ; '1' .?II ;;J.i:
helped in making their play, Hunker's turned out in full force, the We ,want to sell,, them >t'l.... '< .( '", 'iiI
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)r Corners,. a success*. I fire .being,?.extinguished with< the first', cheap. Ten milk cows, SoL MOM AULTMAH, Pres; W4M.Faanad\ .,.Vlce JPresi 11?,ft"Jlcf.: :: G."wt'"t1:WATSONJ Se A'Treas.OSCECiLA : .; ,t: " ; ,::r.. phi

The'Postal Telegraph office was re dash'of 'water. The :constant' alarms $25 to $50. .Kissimmee > +' '

."a moved this week from.:the ::Graystone of fire from this' practically1 worthless Dairy Co. 16-tf LUMBER :CQMRANY'Planing : .:, : t '
: Johnson;' structure' becoming a public \
: hotel! to theofncss;' of Judge are jrspidty '
$ \\J' .t't'lo! (
In the Cltisens bank building. huisanceJ.1'l .9 [Jaym n's'' Meeting. Mill and Novelty' Works ('n .''.;.' ,"t.j.! \....;.
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) Mr. W.,L. Hunt', the aviator who'washer Miss MarytBryan" whq Is teaching Our next meeting will be held at the ."," T ,,- at"jfcr" *. -?,;/ 4 -"*' I ,,'; ,"Y, '

.. for some months this' spring, left IrKtb* Osceola Hlgh"8choo.r; ] received Methodist church led by Bra. Geo. F. IJI/P. .i1'
I / He expects her First"Grade Life' Certificate\on I ; ''' J ",\ : .
lOft Atlanta on Saturday. Sunday. afternoon at 8:80. AU, .
Parker B
..' return in.the near,future.. April 26th. Miss Bryan' bUbeen teaching men and boys cordially invited.' A. S. P: ', :> t, ,.f.if ,!;] ,
city for'.hlne arL Sup(. if :. :: ;
; in tl\Js : 7. iat.b:r + 4 Ain f
The-Mlplett property on Main street NELSON, Chairman- : ,: ; I
W4. J. giving'the certificate, ;....'f' "":" .
f sold this week through the NelsonReajty"Company Iii '>!
was expressed hi* great pleasure, In view lie If'1 f" 14!' .
.,to Mr C{S. BneU, a Will Become Cracker. 81' "I "' ,
first G
... Klssfmniee from' MinneapoUs. of !the fact,that this was the \ certification i 'fi a '" (II J'; '.. rl'" I
recent corner to 'for a life certificate he' had '' Can. 16, 1912. '3 .t'.' r : ""tLN. -' !'
Canon, April, -a.d I\ .>0'. .!:'
!t {-;II.. made of a first grade" :certificate originally Publishers Kissimmee :Valley Gazette I: R .] ,"' \\I< ' '' .
, Mr. J. W; Barnhill' new residence Signed by*him. Kissimmee. Fla.': ..rn... .. 1 1Bydealin .' ''.J' 'J.i9i .j -:',,'S1 ,:"
Kissimmee- i is nearing completion *= ( "' ,. \
in South : .- \
Little Miss Mary Etta Peele, grand- i Gentlemen-Having for the,last few G j1 .
and be expects to be able,to move daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. .J.< G. Harvey I weeks had the pleasure of receiving the : be rt, " ....:.' '"," 1 ;,":J
" hla family Into it in a few days. of this city'won the first prise in Gazette complimentary, I now, beg to 'id { ,' '; fl >:f...kvri
G .
r A movement has been started for a the; recent Orlando baby show, as the enclose check for a year's subscription. .::., ....., '*;,. '11.,(,,;. .. ...,.'... : t

, Thursday half-nblidsy.. This has'been prettiest girl'' baby The'' little'gfri H 1 have purchased land south of Klsslmmee ... .. . >-,!" "* '*' "cr'tt-' / -i v > i J :' :rI"j, :

" allowed.! In: past years and hl been about 8 months pled and is :she 'daugh arid hope )In,the.pear" future to wit.1 e JOU-will- be abl. to get fast.what n you want,*and mal.-a1l4cUled timer besides< WE"WILL' b APE" | 1 Y[, j; 1-; '.

"' very successful: : .., 'ter1 of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Peele. Mrs; become a "Cracker.." I find your .paper : SAV YOU from 1Q' to' 16 PAR: CEI+JT,; },We are located: on private, switch, and Joad directly! ,Into cars. *,$ < ar,: ,,. -;; ;zo.. .'
haS' Interesting and would not, *. : ,.
Miss Olive Harvey very -
N. arid'Mi... Beatrice P.ele.who was "
Chappie Mr.{ were B.Taylor married In the Methodist I a number'of fnendsln! this city, where' wish. to miss even a copy of it,, QSCEQJA.LUMBER. ....COMP! Inc.\'USt! ,ME-' PIARDA. ..., t ';" ,, ,

y ,Tuursday evening. she spent some weeks before her mar, ,- Yours very truly, ,1/'," '. _
parsonslg parlor' '
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She has not the whole -- -

,earth ,to sell, but just choice Prosperity of Florida Tribute to No Quarter Should be Shown the .
lib Come and Get It!
bits of It located in Power of Printers' Ink Pestiferous House fly. :

; A notable instance of the fact that It The house, fly lives only through the
Indifference and toleration of'
Y pays to advertise 1 Is the marvelous prosperity men-a
FLORIDACHOICE condition which,' were it ,not ignorant, READYi i
of Florida. Instead of Americana A NEW LINE OF
mild would be criminal. The house fly I I. the
going to the climate,In Europe -

for the. winter, as they formerly most terrible enemy that mankind has MADE CLOTHES FOR, '
and have slain
Tigers serpents their ,
f HOMES did they now go to Palm Beach, Miami, ;

tj 4 SELECT FARMS St.points Augustine in the Land and'Flowerswhere other attractive has thousands slain his, but tens this of prowler thousands.In the.. Of home, all , L,DIES, ANDCHILDREN .

VACANT LOTS pests he is the.most, filthy of all purveyors *- It .01,1',
they get more pf the real 'comforts of . .
; AND ACREAGE hfe than can i be found In all the climes of disease the most deadly. The
1 of foreign lands. house fly is bo1'1In., offal nowhere'else. .

t A FEW CHOICE BITS Why has this change taken place I 1 And his life is in keeping with his birth.

: Three,new modern cottages-ask It ls because Florida haa made it i possible He lives to the day of his filth. 4
for into occur. Having the advan- The manure pile, the cuspidors and the Cut, to fit, in the newest styles in the latest and theist fashionable''

t' } MRS. SUMMERS tages in that state did not of itself cesspool are his home. It is from these cloth In Skirts, Voile, Panama and Serges.

F about them. make it take haunts that he comes: to visit the kitchen -
place, but making It
BE SURE and those brown and white Skirts in
see Pique and
P the dining room and the nursery.
LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. known and impressing it on- the public
HIV i Clyde Ave, and Penfield, South Kls.slmmee. eaqsed people to spend their! winters in lie drags his filthy feet across. the bread Cotton.

i (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of the state of Florida. Advertising did and the sugar bowl, dips them in the Dainty Shirt Waists in Batiste, Swiss, Lawn, Lingerie..
butter wipes them the meat and
;Sit, Court House, leading south. it. on
For a long term of years the growing bathes in the milk. lie seeks out the You must see them for yourself

cities of Florida have been advertisingthe sick-room and sips the excretions of .

tit attractive features that country. consumptives, of typhoid fever patientsand I
of children with the
summer com-
They have expended large sums of
GARDNER 8c ELLIS plaint. Then he flies to the kitchen "
money in bringing to the attention of '
and deposits the poison on the rim of Mrs. E. L. Pearce ;
the world what the Land of Flowershas
CONTRACTORS the milk bottle and to the
in''store for those who seek respite ,
where he the his
lights on baby's lips,
from the worries of business and the t r: r
We Guarantee our House-wiring to cares of life, and,the reward has come feet all gummed up with poison pus. rt
He scarlet fever and
Pass all Insurance Inspection. at I last In bringing a vast amount of gathers spores
carries tire microbe and places
i FIXTURE WOHKIS capital to that state, in addition to making diphtheria .
---- ---- ----
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU it where its awful death may come '-
it winter for thousands
SPECIALTY:OUR wealthy a people. resort of and go with the baby's bre th. Its ;OOOOOOO >OOOO' <>COO<>OOOHOC>C<>CX>'OHOOC <>OOOOO<>OC>OC>OC>Qt

summer day is misspent if it fails to C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. B. L.LUPFEO.Servtary. .
McKeand, of the Charleston
Secretary N .
President VlcPra.ldrnt.
II scatter the breeze of I
on some germs
- Chamber of Commerce in discussing g
the importance of communities advertising disease. ,
i Keep snake about the houseIf
-- two
-- -- - a or
I their natural advantages, you are fond of reptiles but kill eV-
ery house" fly its you value your life and I ,
"Florida's prosperity is the direct result -
the life ot children. Do not buy ..
I your .
of advertising. I doubt whetherthe
Overalls that WearSWEETORR groceries, or bread, or fruit, or milk of
people of any other state in the
any dealer who is not as particular as 1
** Rough and Dressed
I Union are ns thoroughly; awake to toe o O
are yourself. There would be little
I you
II I opportunities and results of advertising.
I typhoid fever without the house fly, and
!i as! are the people of Florida.
little chance for cholera infantum.
"I 1 ol course refer to her many cities.Jucksonville. I very PINE LUMBERHOUSE 1
& CO.'S UNION-MADE OVERALLSare ( And there can be no flies where there is
Tampa Miami. St. Augustine I
not filth. Take to
k the beat value in town r :, and' others owe their present swat the fly.-Ex.every opportunity I
prosperity primarily Wthe elective advertising
.I ONE DOLLAR PER PAIR campaigns that ]have, I> 'carried\ on by the business' men in their I
No. -ll;,">. -$77;;, will J purchase a good| r
respective, communities. Every chill! 1
a 1 Staying quality is one of the values you 'old. enough\ to read: knows that Florida new live-room cottage: in" Carson Addition. " V:A :xr; r..o-r..ooxo-o: : ; ; <,r.<;,- : :zYJ'J.r-I: rJ..t-:: r.cY.: .: :.r yptotyOt :
House 11 is located on two lots HOxi
hits I the n putmion of being a lan.lofI )
get when you buy these overalls I )Iii i t feet cash, cloxeto 1lakl'/, where -
,j flowers and warm and sunny hkis.' .
I will the cool breeze from I the
The talc has [been kept before. the pub-! you enjoy .
Ask a Union Man I I lake constantly. This is one of the very Distance isis
': he constantly day after day weeK' after -
I best. burgaind we have on our list worth AdvertisingLong 296
i week, month after month., year in
--- considerably< more than we are r
1 i money
and year out, and I the citlesof, I tI I...- great
asking; for it. We will be pluased to ,
| peninsula are just beginning; to reap I r
CHAS. W. DANN the reward of their activities in advertising I show you this property. saying the right thing'
I is-tf H. M. HRKAKKK & Co. >t
I II the glories and advanta <'11 of at the right time
I I their state in general and themselves! in

: particular." I IS A CONVERT. in the right way r

I Florida has benefited to a remarkable ,

4 .---*- ---- -- - -- -- I degree by advertising has. demonstrated j Minnesota Man Cannot Withstand We make a am>cialty of planning, preparing

that it pays to advertise. A literature and conducting campaigns for ,
Charms of Kissimmee.We
I Land : Boards of Municipalities
.. pertinent fact is that state possesses Qompunies; Trade
I whatjt boasts of having. It advertised present in the following letter an and Individuals.CLENNREACIN '

.COMFORT. exactly what it had, and it is now reaping uncontroverlible prooT of the wisdomof

. . i the benefits. the County Commissioners in sub

I', '',.' Tennessee has been doing some advertising scribing for the Valley Gazette to be ADVERTISERS w

in a small way. It has en- sent to prospective Floridians. The
T, deavored to point out to the 'world the letter speaks for itself: TAMPA "'
;-__ , ; 1i:r' 'After an anxious: fretting dayyou need something: .\ ,,' advantages of i its l climate, the diversityof Bird Island Minn., April 26,.1912.

_ ,, ': t f f.wllt fit! your tired body:aa a well-worn slipper fits a tired foot." its soils and its vast Undeveloped resources. Kissimmee Valley Gazette, .

I, '- $:;; 'It must be something more than food ar drink.. You will find It has been telling the seekers -r Kissimmee, Fla j

of homes of productive idle landswe Dear Mr. Editor:-I have now re- GILBERT'S THE PLACE j
... :.t" comfort in a nice easy chair, hammock, or on a nice4 Stearns,,?
\ have, and how we need more farm ceived through your generous courtesy,
Gents Goods Line Shoes
& Foster Felt Mattress. They have a: guarantee on each Furnishings, Dry a Complete of
ers and more workers. A modest effortis several copies of your publi. ation andI
mattress that there is no second-hand material used in the being made to show that Tennessee wish you to consider this epistle as Nice line of Embroidery Flouncing Best line of Dress Ginghams

,makeup of their! mattresses, from hospitals, sanitariums, etc., offers opportunities to those who would an expression of my thanks for the 75c F axons to $1.25 at 15 to 25c y d. Calico at 6c at yd.10 cents

pit so you are assured of not gettingany* disease from them. -60 help build up and improve and share in same. A. S. GILBERT. NORTH KISSIMMEE
the benefits.It During the past few month. a num-

r nights trial l free. will pay Tennessee, as it has bene- ber of my acquaintances have personally .. - ---, ,

Call and see us and get a useful kitchen novelty gratis. fited Florida, to advertise. It will pay visited your beautiful little city,

Tennessee to advertise more in the fu- and their reports, corroborated by your

:' Furniture and 'Housefurnishings: ture than it baa advertised in the past. articles, are not to be resisted. I have CARSON & BASS ,
Nashville Tennesseean. quietly submitted to these Influences, .
R 1 : and shall visit Kissimmee and vicinity I
; +ht Practical Painting
1 ,.If anything you are neediag. call and see us. Splendid Investment.No. this summer and expect to locate there

} *>. 'II"{' ; .. 466.-It certainly is". exasperating permanently within a short time, if en- All Work Guaranteed PAPER

i to see an opportunity of making big, tirely satisfied with Investigation.

CASH OR INSTALLMENTS quick' money, and then not be able to Once more thanking you for sending Wall Papering, Decorati, H.aR'alE'.ad' 'f

take hold of it. We can't buy all, the me your live paper. I beg to remain Writing DeeoratlHg Specialty
a !
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good things we see, and we are willing Sincerely, Shades, etc. ,v
KISSIMMEE .FURNITURE: CO. to pass them along to our friends.Here' . WM. M. MAOTKLLKR, Kissimmee

: : : a sure one-113 acres all plattedand Superintendent of Schools.HKP 55? Barlow's ''Horse and

f.t ; J;. E.. RUSH, Manager.OPBRA ready for sale in five and ten acre Cattle' w4erS'a.oll. c

'. r-OUesI,, NBAFI ,NW DCPOT'V tracts, located within 1)( miles of our THE KIDNEYS Poultry, Food I'll t,
a , .r ._ passenger depot, on and in close) prox- .'

,'i/-... I imity to the beat hard road in Osceola DROUGHTS BLDG.-
county. We are offering the tract in a Kmimne Readers Are Leasing tbe NEW YORK AVE.

+srsM+.llMt+Itswfaiar. ..........sw.1aaWi.... t+........ body at a very 'attractive' price. No Waj. Wood's '
( ( ; . : further; expense necessary to 'place It Cloud Fla.', I
"' ; "' It's the Ills- .
r I:-> "" ': .FOR GOOD PICTURES GO TO : on the marltet In small tracts. See us. JlttJe kidney For 1912. list: fie
The lame, weak: or aching back-
IS-tf H. M. .BREAKER & Co.
t j*.'f.r'' THE. GEM T STUDIO: 1 : The unnoticed urinary disorders- Our..New Descriptive Catal I ..IV I

_ I Plant Tree. That lead to dropsy and Bright'. dis- is fully up-to-date and tell

-, 6 >* ; *HALL;; A, AVHTsTRi;>norfiiaTOTne .. about the beetGarden Rf ESTATE FOR SAIL /
krfL.V 1 \ i The retain from planting shade ease.When : 3
1 r"1 ; 4 "J"n 'f' 'I, the kidney. are sick tf'Z. ;
': ..... J trees and denloploe''parka and keepIng them with Doan' KidneyPills and situated
... .. . Help winter home sites
1 I' :,!,"F_' . [ + ?d;. ...., 1I':.\ '' __ 'hqme,"grounds In fine order may A remedy especially for sick kldne,.. :Farm Lake :Region Florida.!

"., Dealers'in Ansco Cameras and Films, also Cyko Paper. I' seem remote, and not of much assistance Doan's hare been coring kidney trouble Seeds.Every I'I and Fanning Land In large

Work'done,for' amateurs, promptly. Florida view of all commercially. But in a place for 60 years.Endorsed farmer and tracts."

where these thing are carefully looked by 80,000 people-endorsed should have a copy of this
'i t ,k Prices reasonable.. AIT Work guaranteed .rt .;It ;
' after, the town acquires a wide reputation at home. log-which has long been '
.1V ...,. .' : with f qaiek
me os
your property
.. ,..I! ....,.. .. .tMle..... ...... .ttMil lM.lFaM.MwilM tlt as a town. Every Proof in a Kissimmee citlxen's state nized a* a standard autho ->. .
Ii" traveling man who comes here, every ment.. for the full and correct:

Visitor, scatters the report that this I. .M. Caner Mabbette street,, Kissim don which'it 8i iv'es. M. Breaker' & Co..

; UNOBR NW MANAQKMBNT a mighty agreeable place to live'in.." mee, Fla., say: "I feel justified In giving We are headquarters for > I

'U 'N IRA' L"U'O'TL' W. P, Tattle and Thos, Font Gainesville Sun. I Doan' Kidney PHls my endorsement Grus and Cover Seeds, Seed : 7S KISSiMMBB. ru

.,' Proprietor for I know from personal experience Potatoes, Seed Oats Cow Peas.
'{ ." ' Truck Farm for Sale. that this remedy act jest as rep- Sole,Beans and all Farm Seeds.Wood's The Kiss m.De. Uin y.

",;,;\'/ \ :]RATES;, $L60 W.OO and $2.50_PER DAY-AMERICAN PLAN No. 467.-$3,000 secures .J! six-room', resented. I took Doan'a Kidney Pill Kissimmee Library offer 'to Its !
cottage located on lot containing two when I was suffering from backache Descriptive Catalog '

f Hot_ .d and'j.Gold, ., ,,Baths, ', ," Electric. Lighted Homelike and Cheerful acre* of land within three ]block: oft i and kidney complaint and I received free on request Write for it. by the* a beat list of authors over four any or hundred't all pf

e center of the city. .Thiri .la a fine : great benefit." f ":
T.W WOOD you have ,the privilege of reading
.. : garden propoeltloo/with two artesian For sale by all dealers.. Price 60 .

well. on. on.propeny.andJ properly eenta. FosUr-Blilbarn Co., Buffalo, __Seedsmen,_-. Richmond Va. $2 which .secures- ,, al; single
or $S for a family bnem-r
:e' CaijifDo: .YoJl J fjA inor" cultivated, crops should payafor< the New York sole' agent for the United Capt. Trench-the'Ilbrarian-,

y l : place within two yearn ,A cash proposition State. FOR RENT-A modem 8-room you*.a' membership card*for'
I" -. : : :: ; Remember the name-Doan's-and with all city conrenlences. '
Ir ,; manner,that will prove'entirely __ ., Gazette Jek Dept.V amount. Library In'State
.. t,: -- :' .. 18-tf H. M. BUCAKX A: Co. take no other. W. B. Harris, Gazette office. buikUng.: -' of 8-tf"I' I I'I

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0" 110 ADVERTISE ti
She has not the whole ,..--,

earth to sell, but j just choice Prosperity of Florida Tribute to No Quarter Should be. Shown the

Come and Get Its]!
- bits .of f. It located InFLoirDA. Power of Printers' I Ink.., Pestiferous House Fly., ,

.notable instance of the fact that It The house fly lives only through the -

Indifference' and toleration of' men..-a
pays to advertise is the marvelous pros

Derity of Florida. Instead of Americans condition which were It not ignorant! A NEW LINE OF READY=

going to 'the mild climate In Eu- would be criminal. The house fly la the

w J. V rope for the winter: as .they formerly most terrible enemy that 'mankind has
Tigers and serpents have slain their { MADE CLOTHES FOR ,
CHOICE HOMES did', they now go to Palm Beach Miami,
_ ... St Augustine and other ,attractive thousands, but this prowler in the, home -

SELECT' FARMS points In the Land: of Flowers, where has slain his tens of thousands. Of all LADIES: ANDCHILDREN )

VACANT LOTS. they get more of 'the real comforts bf pests he i.the most filthy, of all pur-

; AND ACREAGE life than can be found In all the climesof veyoreof disease the most deadly. The -

foreign lands house fly is born in-offal, nowhere else.

A FEW, CHOICE BITS Why has this change taken place? And his life is in keeping with his birth. q'

t Three new modem cottages-ask It Is Florida has made it possible He lives to the day of his death in filth. "

for ito eur. Having the advantages The manure pile, the cuspldore and the Cut to fit,, in the newest styles the latest and most fashionable! '.

MRS. SUMMERS in that state did .not of itself cesspool are his home. It. Is from these cloth in Skirts, V dUe? Panama and Serges. '.

It, about them. make it take place, but 'making it haunts that he comes to viiit'the kitchen -

i LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. known and impressing on the public the dining room and the nursery BE SURE and see those. brown and white Skirts in Pique. and
.'.y, Clyde Ave, and Penfield, South KIs- Caused people to spend their winters in He drags his filthy feet across the bread ;cotton, '

1 slmmee. (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of the state of Florida. Advertising did and the sugar bowl, dips them in the

: y Court House, leading south. it. butter, wipes them on the meat and Dainty Shirt Waists: Batiste Swiss, Lawn, Lingerie. .

For a long term of years the growing bathes in the milk. He seeks out the You must'see them for yourself

cities of Florida have been advertisingthe sick-room and sips 'excretions of

I consumptives, of typhoid fever patients .
attractive features of that country.' ,

GARDNER c8c ELLIS They have expended large sums of and children with 'the summer com-
plaint. Then he flies''to the kitchen
money In bringing to the attention of
the world what the Land of Flowershas and deposits the poison on the rim of Mrs. E. L Pearce 1

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS in store for those who seek respite the milk bottle, and to the nursery: ,

from the worries of business and the where he lights on the baby's lips, his :

We Guarantee our House-wiring to cares of life, and the reward has come feet all gummed up with poison pus. t.

Pass all Insurance Inspection. at last in bringing a vast amount of He: gathers !scarlet, fever spores and

FIXTURE WOHKIS capital to that state, in addition to mak carries the diphtheria microbe and places ,

OUR LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ing it a winter resort for thousands of it where its awful death may come ,
!SPECIALTYOveralls! : wealthy people. and go with the baby's bre th. Its lpGd1060tJOCJOt10110t10tJOt10tMX> <>oooc>oc>ot>oc>ooo>

summer day .is misspent if it fails 'td I S C. A. CARSON J. A. CRANFORD. .B. t... LIIPPEH. Q
Secretary McKeand of the Charleston -- --- ----

4-_ Chamber of Commerce in discussing scatter on the breeze some germs of President. w' ,n"Vioe-r. de".._ ? Reeretanr_w- .*X -..... _.

the importance of communities advertising disease. & 1 I zens and visitors i 'for their '-r.
-- --- Keep a snake or two about the house I patience during the rush for I t 1-
their natural 12
advantag..s.says H m.
'I' if you are fond of reptiles, but kill ev- I : m. Bread. In future we will ,
: | KISSIMIlV g have a larger variety of goodson ,j !
I "Florida's prosperity i is the direct result ery house fly as you value your life and I ITTUENTISl hand. s;

of adviTlisinn. I doubt whetherthe the life ot your children. Do not buy I 3 .. Hot,Rolls Cream Biscuit
that WearSWEETORR groceries or bread, or fruit or milk oj Vn ,.
of other in the "' ,
I people any state any dealer who is not and Bread (white and brown) .di
II aa7
Union are as thoroughly awake to the : for Breakfast V :t
I opportunities and results of advertisingas you-are yoursidf.: .. .. .'- and 7:00 p. m. <'<"
Cream Puffs and
typl") jhool Office over Cole's Jewelry Store ;
9.45 a. m-C. E. Yowell
] are the people of Florida. perintendent; J. H. Harris assistant Office Hours: 8-16, 1-6 Thursday and oftener :;:
: "I 1 01 course, refer to her many r Ult Office phone 168 if called for.
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CO.'S UNION-MADE OVERALLS perintenderlt.
I i i Jacksonville, Tampa Miamiv.K the ) j Christian Endeavor every Sunday Residence 23 Also a variety of Cakes .'
are the best value in town : : Jlu: tin,' and others ow-rfat hostile hand alltimes. OC .
evening: at 600p.: m. DERBYSHIRE M. D.. on at
prosperity: primariljh this Godblessed E. s ." .
Prayer meeting and choir practice every -
lONE DOLLAR PER PAIR viTliHinK!. ciy* Florida fever known Thursday at 7.15 p. m. ALFRED SMITH '
carried,'|cind that makes people hap- Special attention given to the

r "..' 'Lented, and rich in everything treatment of Women and
Staying quality is of the values Children.
one you ,
.} .'I contributes to* real life that is

get when you buy these overalls ';: orth while. -Miami Metropolis. David D. Kidd rector. Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 -\ .
r"- Services every second and fourth Sunday 24-Smospd G GK

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r jom It > --- --- - ------ --
A.0. Phone Line for Davenport. at 11:00: a. m.
Ask a Union Man of May, .
V w "l.unore.ble Qeo. F. Communion 2nd Sunday at morning p. A. VANS AONBW W. CBAWPOaD
...... aa Judge of Pro- Messrs. Smith and Plank of Kissimmee [K enne h Bu.tIa
rllngton.'Kd'.J'f: : ; anddme Fla., have decided to establish a Guild meeting every first Tuesday. ;
1 will prevent my flnaixiutor local telephone exchange for Daven
of laid estate, and uk for .
T'\.. port. Mr. Plank visited Davenport .J
CHAS. W. .IIV embet 10th.A. D. Mil.R. Do Your Share. Oflloee: ll-4-ft-6 Cltliena hank Banding
and secured thirty BARBER SHOP
O. Man, about ten days ago Kissimmee Florida

.tiotmo Executor..narge subscribers very readily. These gen- I Brother, if you can't get into harness .
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tlemen expect to have the system in and help pull the vehicle of progress:
Notice to Non-Residents. .
I' J. L. MOOR H. D. 0.0"
won't in the cart and drive for Cold Drinks & | t
In Circuit Court Seventh, Judicial Circuit Of- working operation very soon, and this or get Cigars

.------- cool cooo.'. State of Florida-In Chtiicerj.Jamea is a step forward in the lines of progress the love of your town don't get on the MOON &: GEIGER I

,;( aorr J. Charles E. Peril Gallagher, Complainant and All, T Other. Charles PerenneClaiming JOT, for our new town and community. back end and hang your feet out and t ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice Kissimraee,

an Interest\ In the. Property In This: Nothing adds more to the comlort and track the sand with your heels and FIa.'I.
Bill VeKrlbedr.Defaiulant* .
FLORIDA atndarlt appended to the bill pleasures of living than (good telephone |, make the drag much heavier for a few State Bank(Building "

air .. "1 ar.rtL"1.: stud cause. that Charles service and we anticipate in the very of your friends who are pulling their Kissimmee. Florida p
Joy and I. Charles Gallagher, the defendants1h.r.lo
J named are noa residents of the Htate nearjfuture a system in Davenport that load and yours, too, in spite of all your

a per Month 0'..f'\orIdaL\ ".,.D' over the ma.of.21 In ream unknown: It U, will be a credit to any town several I frantic antics.-Tavares Herald. G F. KRIBBS:: Sprigg Fleming
Acre .
y ; *z per therefore ordered that said. Don-reeldent de times larger than ours.-Davenport - -- -- ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEB, FLA. r
fendanta' be and they are 'hereby required to
.appear to the bill of complaint: filed; In said Messenger. Honda Maps.
} .....Vaa\r.r4 celery tarn*. Plowing arm 'cause. on or before Monday she 8d day(June __ __ __ Examination of Titles a Specialy. CLEANING f
well Mab-lrrlcatloa' A. p. 1912. otberwlae the allegation or said at the Valley
t aralace,food. beolL proven dlatrlct, bill wlU be taken a*eonf eaeed by said defend PUjiitD Upon receipt of 25 cents Notification and payment of taxes of ,
HIS NOSE of Florida .
atereet, water sad rail traiiaportaOn anta Gazette office a pocket map non-residents given careful
.. *. liberal contract'ellowa ..ii It I.! further ordered that this order be pub will- be mailed to any address In the attention. '" DYEING"'tREPAIRING
et Title BeMeT*orsr.rt.stJ.rloci Iliihed onoe week for.tghlcosseoudrs, weeks -, United States. We can also furnish .
..... 4Kbr I If9l the Val ey Qexette,anewapaper published --------+-- '
lit uld County and State' Negro Preacher Arrested in Tampafor of Osceola county at $1 each, and G. JOHNSTON ' <.
,, .. -- ,Thl April lltli. 1913, mars glad: to estimate on sectional mapsof ROBERT ? ':' I V i it.

: +, ;. ale I (Seal) R.Olork<5. JOHNBTCN Circuit: bourt.W. Kissimmee ,fight. anv kind. II I. Leave word 'at my house and clolhas >1
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No.;;; 801-An attractive home In Pine- J. Sears BoUoltot for Complainant. l8t Another church row came. to light Big Bargain In a Home. ATTORNEY AT LAWKISS1MEEE. will be called lor and returned; ,

dale.This'' II''Juat ouUlde of Homestead Notice. yesterday, this time in colored ecclesiastical e.1
neigh House. is Department of the Interior, > circles. The Rev. William W. Splendid new six room house, just inside FLOBIOALome Satisfaction '
'city'limlU \ .
ay ground. U. S. Land Amee.t Qaineirllle. Florida,} city limits fine deep well, lot con- GItDrDuteed'r
twp-tOry and contains eight rooms, all April. r 1912. > Blair, ot 945 Third avenue, was ar- tains two acres of ground good new ;
plastered, and' hard) oil finish, two Notice is hereby given that Joseph U.Grainger rested by Deputy Sheriff Bob Beagleat barn, wagon and buggy sheds, and all Counsel c. rAUer for 'T.' rtcroM Judve of the , : r

-Kr poircbes, fin* well and large barn. This made,of Homestead Wblttler Florida Entry,,who Serial,on. No.July C716W; 16. isle, for the request of Sheriff Prevatt of under good, new fence. Fine location Florida R. R. Comm. Criminal Court L.CC) .. -..,. IAIB'hF.R r'' i
bouse"Is located on .a ''five-acre tract Lot I of NEK> Section Z, Townahlp 81 south Kissimmee. Blair waa found listening for small truck garden or poultry aaneh.: & wARLOWATTORNEYS + I,
with,;,.beautiful view' of the'' city and Rants M eaat, Tallahaeseepotloe meridian has flled; This is a fine proposition, where yon MASSEY x:1s! mmee'pr: '" f fWeU'artUer j
.4 .fruits of intention to make Final Commuta earnestly to the remarks of Mr. Wil- will have freedom of the country, t
citrus the
Land Is adapted to
Non Proof, to establish claim to the land above COUNSELLOS
>tmcktnR. "' des ilbed' before the County Jod ., at Jrl__ liam Jennings Bryan at the1 court house yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages AND : : ;; .J, ;
'i.for $8,8(>0 on ..17.f.Wrabl.1'rm.. nee, Florida OB toe Itth aye Maj l'ls. square, almost in the shadow of the of the city, such as splendid high AT LAW 1'". ,j it.
Claimant name M wltneaeee: Pmetlea In all the Courta of the State and of' is prepared to drill
school 1 best markets churches, eta .
introduce jcustomer to owner and Wlllimn iJMoore..1 Whittler, Florida, sheriff's office.It BREAKER the United ...-. alee before the Florida. Ba 1100
W let '*Uiem' ,deal dlreeL:; H.. ,M.. Breaks Baoner H. Gay of Whittier Florid Price |1,500. H. M. & Co. road Commleelen. and,the Interstate CommerceCommleelen.
; . 18-tf W. O. Mctelland,of Whlttler, Florida, is understood the cleric recently ,48-tf J : : ARTESIAN WELLS : I' .&PV; 'a H.. leno( Wbluler, Florida. attempted to settle church argument 11-H CmtMurtoji BUM,, ORLANDO.P't A. .r.ra
4<< HKHET B. C "
r 4 t' .. J1e4t ._..,. . Seagalter.l with another brother) of the cloth, applying 'Dog Licenses Due. 141" 'fn'.any section. .of 1 Florid. ;:
a 1. 4'
c ale the fistic theory to the case. ANDREW JOHNSON.< .j
V -Notice to Non-Residents., . All dog licenses were due March let, '
: loot on which is located' \ On whose side the weight of authority and I collecting same. ,All COUNSELLOB ot successful Well I
., ,10./29-liars I la Circuit Court State of 1I'1or1d.-sen.1Ja am now ATTORNEY AND AT-LAW Ten-years
OMV; 'oi .. 'threeroombotue ; I Judicial Circuit, Oeoeola. Oonntr-In CbaaoM1. hung after Issue' was JoinM Is not dogs must b4 tagged, and any found Will Practice in all Courts Drilling is a Guarantee of my .\tI
N eren-mom. and,: + '. known, 'but the peace of the Osceola running at large without license tags State and Federal Ability to produce the .b stresults. ; i
r X4urg' house is "lighted with |T. K. Hedrlck.: Complainant. TI George W. LIUtleton will be taken up and if unredeemed - j" ,
1 and Sarah M,O. Ulileton DeCendanla. county metropolis seems to have been Office adjoining Broadway ilt-
r l be shot. Cost of ;
within 24 hours will 0\\
i1! toile bb.1 tchen sink aopearing by affidavit appended to the bill disturbed by the argument and the Citizens Bank Kissimmee .J ;
:dfcUic4tya. >&. \ F Sled In the above-elated .oanee that George Vr }tags, $1.00 for males and $2.00 for fe- . "" '
r- bouse) also bas sins and tenet.w* Littleton and Sarah' U.O. Uttleum. the defend participants were ordered arrested. males. F. W. PTTTMAN. TWO AND FOUR IN.qHt' ,

'tV f will,soft'tills-as a:whole l "oir'separaUlfrnjAgHMttKl :: : ant 8'aMof therein Florida named, and,are are reaidenl nonresident.of Spencer of the Tampa Times.I300SON'S. 16-4t Marshal. r. a.:JBNSXMS a. a.WOOOMAH ILL8"_' BPE( % H1V.; ':

..;.. ,tt.well\ .located! ,,will J ,pay &tal.. .. Hew York, over to* age of twenty! one . WooD'IIAMSURVEX9RS tyt
in" r ,.,.._ It I*therefore ordered UM t said onreel' & M4
Land. JENKINS P. O. Box
v>* ilCf'pMItnt' Investment- rented .defendant be and are hereby required to fruit and Truck . ,
VPriee'jof;: l ibotJh,.bouses ;,12.000., 'H H: appear to the bill of complaint algid la uU .LIVER-TONE s=1ss1"e" \ *,,." F101'S- '
I easel on or before Monday, the third day 0'InD. . We have five and ten acre tract InUberty ; lakWh
; Hreaker lit Co.. A. D 11112| otherwiae .the allegation of
: ,,,.v aid bill will be taken a* confessed by said de Park the most desirable suburban -
,or' lead.. . ,. INSTEAD OF CALOMEL on the market whichwe Kissimmee Florida -'_ ,::: __..'. .'_ .. .
. furlberorderebthat ,
.ti'l I' It IS this order pub.
_ : .f t 'for-Sale, ..,fwtr eonwouUv weeks are offering for your consideration 'Notice. "? .0'J ,-.--=- ... ...,..
I 111 the Ktaaimmee Valley Oaaette. a newspaper '' ,: j
published. In laid county and .state Just at Sore-Always Safe-No Bad at prices that are attractive. We will : All ooe..tIoD.llI..n.... '..r. due October
;>) }(, No.! BrA': ferjr' Desirable, i-room .. ... A .A. P 1912. I teLeg: q(ns
I'. ..cottage.1;; Mocated I".thlo'one",block of ,,;';; ; a'd. L 1;o. IOBMIIT Effect Ever Follow Tail Plea*. be pleased to show these tracts to prospective let are notloe or before It hereby given: the*nnleeeeam. ;

Clerk Ulrcnlt Court. purchaser at any time. Do'not .will Ale Information galbiupewse doing1biiilneaa
., '.Osceola county.court bouse,,.Up best restdenee .', ,By muabetb Johnston tat Tasting Liquid. without having procured the eanie ,HATCHING EGGS;
cl clerk. fail to see this property'before purchasing "
is"new jDepmy W. B. oaAWFOgu.16at . I '
House 100
at $5.00
of 'city. I
.j section Andrew Johnson Bellcltor for Complainant.Call . as it baa the advantages off being _. ProseendsglOreey l per) .
ceiled throughout: city waterslot.? )*:19* 1Ht.. As a remedy for a torpid liver calomel close in and on the very best paved L Must cloae'out 200 choice'Breeding ;

4 147 feet. .Price $1,250. Let us show has more than met its match in road in the county convenient to the ,Hens .atone*.;; :y- ,f tr .
I H. M.. Breaker & Co. ,for. Republican County Dodson's Liver-Tone. It does not lash city, school and churches. Five acre .' I. J k+
thlaeottagei Seta "us .
or write for a bargain.
tracts $250- and $300. H. M. Breaker .
:\ the liver on to perform its work at the :' <"< j

; J Conention and :Precinct cost: of Us strength. & Co. Wilson" 'Bros.-.. : ,

,,,Good; W ws' 'lent' ings;:' Calotnel depends for its power upon crO.I'T E ; Egg ..E'i. ./

liver do work and '
exciting the to more ,
We have secured a few 6 and 10 acre The! Republican prealnet; meetings, will be ,
,tracts.of.tbe, finest fruit and truck h..ldla tbe eight pteclucU nl OeoeoW CopyoN often the liver Is too weak to stand HERB IS A OU ANTBBD CURB Monq-mal"1r strains P.O.B :z447 TAMP-I'
f. Mar 14.lull,to elect delegates to the Co...- Don't be disfigured I br an mul.htly Goitre on .
lands within half a mile 'of. the. city Convention. Each prec.nt' la entitled la such treatment and you are worse off your neck that will surely keep Increasing el.e for market pow n.. .}; a wV A io-
timitav which we can offer ,at ttM. very one delrgate for eeeh tea lUpnblleam voterspresent than before.- and cause choking and other unpleasant eymptome sw-.. ". Beet I Earl .' S', 'T. (k r
of $ .OOper -acre. KI. woo will pledge themeelvea to support --"H'l.: I
'these the Repuolloan '10..'or nomlnera In the November OINTM NT'\ A wises Wherever 1'"WII;' Eep.ciaU
simmee is slmost 'rapidy oral election. Precincts: not Bendingrepreaantailvea Dodson's Liver-Tone cannot cause c.... Oottre to Stay Gyred adapted io the s-h. ft& IOq os. 410cj
Iaada will In. town and ,one delente will o. appoint i\'eeta\ After you have tried everything. you have' "
be worth mini times the>prices edb*tbe Chairman of the County ExeouUveOomailuee. any of the dangerous that often ever heard ot then you' will appreciate the1 ,1fa. $1.00. m 3.75. .'S ; | B
will ........ Special CIb.'Gsmle.5al
Prwiinnl meetings' will aleoebooee of calomel. merit of thU ranedy. It ie perfectly .
miles into the often follow the =
} ,!asked today.. 'Do not go one member for Oountr Committee; and ene that use convenient te data not eoinr the ftkln or 1M beelia the -Id. [he.Florida OroweiillFor
country for. pal tract at any price additional member for each lOCI qualifying Republican It Is entirely vegetable and pleasant to any discomfort:h.t.eJP.r. and we rtiaianteo,that SIr1Iae 01 BesCtrambu,Male:: / :
this rreelpcM not one application will More ActsatRe-
la the produce
these) at voter preclncla.
while loa can get such\. as exuding member,one will be appointed" by the the taste and Is suitable for children ss il. than month .treatment with any otherremrdy. -oleo. Waterm.l.e; eon: fratr e4' r
V1U'be'-no"such ltaeoo'I,. &'- . Punt>MMI any.......mcney for worth. Cracker*an -
Ckaiimanof County ( s.Bd Cad 01 -I sail.
,; 1 uppotttuns tie.i be gathered s :this as. The alt 'quantity nearbylands TVaere wUl o be nlT held Convention., ft."' Cloud on July Florida lath aBepublloaa' and grown people.Get .ace...'.of...."HaifaOlsta........" but Send.8U t."e.t.and If for you a Pack-do net ....... ya me:yag z epecml whoidsel.wads prices far I 'Ida.folke-who Weekly want.nTMf to air-rii.*fSriJt--* X/ ,t

will up. ; Drug amt/t| the beet remedy of the kind that have !
taken. Itli. te noiainate eovnty ticket ant transact a GOe bottle at Kissimmee you ctrs.rp V
,leV-UfnlUd j rand will soon be such other....._ae max aome before theeonvoottoou ever need, you can return thr.mpty package and led.ykormyM.4e.m.lasstmf.4tatl.aWaite. s VV
rno '. under the that if M . . .
''Other lands a,little 1 anr1n.--; Co. store guarantee we will refund yeur money. eepeclally Invitethoea '
a '' recently sold at'. one) - 'WU VA_ Deioa.Chairmen that it 'is having; I.ara.Ooitr. of Lee>f Standlec 1s
w have doesn't satisfy a
better; Committee. It you perfeet'subatitute' vive this remedv a trial. Bend saver or P.. P< p Stokes, S..dmm" ..OOPI.r't.. : rJ
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