Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 15, 1912
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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4 ----- Buys About, 12.000 Committees: Busy on Sudden llertric Storm Makes the I _

,;; Ordinance Removing Bovines ,of (Lattle. ... 1 I' ""Swimmin ,, Fine. Meeting Is Held*-at' "

., The Street is Put, UP of great magnitude was Plans of Big Carnival .'Old 'Jupiter Pluvious must be'suffer Which: Osceola County Good M
final'' week"wben Mr. E.'L. : ]
1" Passage by, ing some great sorrow: from the way Roads .
Association
City j Council of the Hoard of Cou :. J he has been, weeping In these regions .
r : purchased the cattle lately. We presume, he Is regrettingthat Is formed. '

I of the Donegan Cat; he will soon have to leaye this
l ,; "n aegordane.. with the, terms A number of months Celebration. Klasinunee's Progress will be an Interesting Event: blessed yF
spot'and' start his annual
d,( ordinance$ introduced by cattle sold b .. : woo Attractions. on Rather small} In numbers ,,but large. ,,> kl
were Filled with of Aero i1
Days Variety pilgrimage thnpugh the west and north; in enthusiasm and promise
C. Moore, and of future
f,);.t .J Ing by" the 'City passed, Council on I Its on ,. Donegaq formed Cattle with Com-a plane Flight: :will, be ,the"Bill' Featlire. his We capious,can! think!'weeps.1'of no'! other reason for usefulness, Good Roada Association"ment 't "

Bight the cows are to be -, Monday afternoon at the courthouse '

''f 55t 4h, streets of Kissimmee, ; a$260,000$50,000 In Inte.which/Mr........, ,In ;, PI The general committee.of arrange-1: : the most enjoyable ,parta of .the! two 'spell Those.of who'" 'morpheus were not early too deep Wednesday,, in the pursuant,tothe call of the temporary '

'i. ., panes,taking effect ninety Mr.Lesley-buys back I ments for Kissimmee's. Carnival which"s ''days: doings./Two hours have been set morning-were awakened by a' sudden president, Mr. IL Clay Stan- '1- n
; passage. The sentiment about an equal num- to be held Tuesday and Wednesday !. aside for' It. In order to give the folks down pour' of rain that clattered on ford orcJerM..r.: When the meeting was called 10"' l ,

\1 x,.' ,entire. population of the city as ber with' considera March 26 and 27 met' this week,ap-., from all around a chance to visit, ahd' the roofs as If 'some cloud' had Stanford briefly stated Its 's A
splattered
j, the councilman made have old and cbject, to; be the effecting of a permanent
/among Cl in thiscity and minted necessary committees, a good pow>w3w talk-feat. over" '
Overwhelmingly In favor, of t county,, fr. some changes in the general program,; This feature'"will culminate with .the Just after '.noon on Wednesday 'an organlzat'on.( '
i: gressive step that .there were known, as .the and with the greatest enthusiasm launched -' big rally'' of ,good roads enthusiasts, electric storm 'came up' 'and th.. 'rain Judge G. FY Parker: spoke.. earnesUyof '
:;: Sao doubt that when, put on: the S Fleur de "lis. The the plans for the big celebration.The wbleh'will undoubtedly-be' attended by "the- need of, such a Jbody?, not, only r
that
) accompanied It was almost of the !
,'f l passage the ordinance will be were those..known- ae committee recognlze _lhe shortness -.I people from all parts of the county and proportions of. a cloud burst.' It didn't, for the", purpose of, stirring up; interest dl ,

).', Jby a unanimous vote by tbsl ; and Camp Hammock of the time for preparation and which'will launch' a movement for a last very long, but It was ''very Industrious in good roads IQ'our Own county, but, ofInteresting' ,

{ The .Introduction th , .. to the number' of has made a 'program which ,can, it, Is |countywide system'of unproved high while it was at It, and there was adjoining counties He '
; followed the presentation tot \ confidently believed, be successfully',ways''. called particular attention to,the condi(-

a i' by Dr, Moore of resolution ) ,.. carried'.out In. the time limit. It is I'I The committees which' have been appointed tion -of the .road: leading from this, city: <,>, "c

::' ;Village Improvementijdclety ur loped that this year'a affair'wilfbe but to work up the various features to Loughman: and beyond' 'and lying.in },

4 Importance and stating that the ? th4',forerunner of a'distinctive celebration j of lhe' 'celebration are a sufficient assurance Polk county.,,,. This, he declared, js la' a,

'Is prepared Unmake great ; Trade 'or carnival of originality that may that'every detail will be carefully Decorate and Clean particularly'atrocious .condition and' be
H 'provementraa soon u the Monday Night'I become' special l Kissimmee occasion ;| worked up. referred, to several instances of au toe '

W< Y wdrlv.grtrom'the; streets. and be' associated with this city in 1 The water features promise to be Up Your Premise. having been bogged at different, points
H' : VThla patriotic and progressive meeting 01! the: somewhat the same way that the Mardi I particularly interesting if the boatowners loll I .the roadr, .Judge Parker moved that
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T the of the council i Gras is New 'temporary _organisation be.made
xon part with Orleans.In cooperate by decorating their '
ML" mOlt Important sets that this will be held read! order that this year'a carnival maybe boats and by'placing them at the disposal Kusimmee should be gay.with; I'I parmanenc",-and by unanimous vote this,

HT which has already made a ,,The last meeting ao'successful to encourage its continuance of the city's guest for short color: daring the coming.Carnival "tu.done.' The'ome ra elected ares 'u'. : .
IPV record has performed. It's attended and eatlina- In future the aid of all the trips on the water. A big program of ;, U.; Clay Stanford president >..
[,*f'': (Importance consists the fact nezt meeting should citizens is earnestly asked. It will sports will furnish something of" ater- Every business building aad pnb 'S.; Co 'Acre.; vice president:

I/. ,!'another unerring indication by business mean much to Kisaimmee and to everyperson est for every minute of the day and! the lie building should be appropriately '.J. M. Willaoti,; Jr.:,,secretary.-' "r -

K 'Siromee'has definitely and every living in Kissimmee.The 'I various committees' will see to It that decorated. Every residence'' '.t F. W, Hill, treasurer.. '

Ik !.decided to leave the ranks city, and every man committee this. week decided on I none of the guests of Kissimmee on should Lave some,touch' or oIOl'!., 'The name 'adopted,,by Lie organUa-

\& Florida villages and to take its u the progress three Important changes in the pro- these two big days has a dull moment. This u also a splendid time 'to_ I tion wasThe' Osceola"Count,"Good -,,

IT, !place\ as the leading inland city The meetings are i gram. The first day's proceedings will Following are the various commit- thoroughly clean all .- .Roads Association On,..motlon'the,, I
I $ (etete.i; '.The fact that the They are not I begin in the afternoon instead of In tees': up premises.Let i president waa anthorixed to appoint the psnecessaryconnnitteee
II w fallowed: to roam the street drawn ont Come the' morning. On the afternoon of the Water'Carnival Committee: Us make'our yisitort to away I Including! four'' 'i,
ll r town sweet"will hu been second day at 3 otclock. a big rally Capt. Clay Johnson Chairman; Frank saying that Kiuimmee U' tbe'' ''members of the executive committee.Mr. '

t3j .,'only"blot; on the scutcheon" your' influence and will beheld In the Interest of the Good Vans Agnew R. W. Mlcklejon H.' prettiest and cleanest city in: I' .:F.\W.'Hill; of Narcooesee, spoke

|& Klssunmee. We can now important civic Roads movement. This will be tri Fleming C. W. Ward Hi W. Thur- Florida.: Many people will form briefly,ofthe necessity, of,good, loass, ,,,
|f< 'challenge any of our sister do yon good, and charge of the recently organized'''Oa- man. their impression of'KiMunmee, by. and :expressed- the opinion' that,the association ,' a?
; would
% match the alluring charms of good Monday night ceola County Good Roads Association. Program Committee: could and become

any thel lake. Paved Streets of the City CounciL Instead of the barbecue as at first R. M. Evans, Chairman;W.A. Smith, its appearance Marcia 26 and 27.It's I:moa'tImportantorganization/ of, the

"]by bovine Intruders, a planned the people are Invited to bring Mr. Brown. np to DS.t' county He'callei} particular attention t,
school an auto fire equipment, Hall. basket lunches. It was feared that Advertising Committee: 'to the need of a road from N.reOOla .

alarm 'system, a complete owing to the shortness'of""' twtime for F. W. Stalker, Chairman; J. D. Kuy- 'to the East Coast, and spoke. of a proposed : . '
,M ,the finest water J. M. Willson route; which with'very little cost
system, preparation it would be impossible to kendall jr. '
'Florida, a beautiful and >d l and about 4000 acres make the barbecue success, .r'' Basket Lunch Committee: fine swimming' and boating in '-4 aviation school'a canning I A committee of John John M. Chairman John L. Bea- roadwhich'Brevard'icounty'is. willing \ -,
an by the company. consisting Lee Lee. ; places about town during the rest of
'churches, clubs, etc, ) 'almost, without- limit,-added and buildings in the I been appointed- take charge of the Finance Committee: get wet aid not' complain however as J t --Mr. Frost, ofSt., Cloud, spoke along

>climate which cannot be basket lunch. They will provide a J. 1/1./ Lee Chairman; H: C. Stanford the sudden shower.cooled the air, and the/aame line.' He said the' people of '
} ,where on earth. We can't nnw. without doubt place for the lunch; and will furnish, aa ,'H. Fleming. did away with the rather uncomforta I I that city, are exceedingly; anxious for .,

'F .what excuse anyone has left ". of'Florida He has a sort of supplement to'the lunch Auto Parade Committee,: "mugglneaa" which had 'prevailed the construction of a road to the East
4 living anywhere else than in oaked beans bread.coffee and S. B. Chairman J. J. Griffin 'the Cpast,, 'and""are now. investigating the ,
i't, i. and 15.000 cattle. Sev- pickles, ; Aultman ; during morning.. We 'certainly "
Arcadia own among for all who apply. The committee is G A. Sharp Wayne Ward. sympathize 'with old Jupe,, whatever possible 'routes He expressed ,his "In

','; TO CURB THE BG(it'B this number but it is undoubtedly the moat capable that could Baseball and Sports Committee: his trouble may be, but we hope he terest In the good roads movement;,:,and '4
promised
bounds of truth to say: have been selected in the city and there B. C. Miller Chairman) A. J; Mac- will not express his sorrow so suddenly his Hearty'support.' . :

'dWitable 'Kissimmee aiize man 'In Florida owns I ia no doubt that ,this part of the program Donough Paul K. Weaver. . ,and' extensively hereafter.' ,Messrs. A. S: Hearn aqd J. M. Will-
son, Jr:, also spoke brie t/ When the
'
cattle as does Mr Lea ,will be handled in the best possible Transportation Committee: "
at Deluge of Vagabonds.The just completed involved way. Geo. F. Parker,' Chairman; .W.-C" ATTACKS GOVERNOR matter of holding'another meeting was.
150000. This basket lunch ,should be. one of Gilbert, Mr. Nicholls brought up Mr; J, "JKnykendall: \ atat-
time believe is at .
we ed that he thought It, quite: probablethat t
u' "j kjsslmmee should take Congressman Dark Calls Gllchnst "
; some '. II en ,hour' could be set'aside'for a
"stand against beggars of every HANGAR .'"' a "Little Pinhead Governor." maaa"" meeting In''the interest of.irpod; t .
Decides Not
/ religious, charitable, and just to Change
road during, the: Kissimmee carnival
"handlers. The "scou/ges --- .,, Following a defense, of. the Ever|
S..' glades drainage plan by'Governor.Gd.christ '. I The suggestion;; was received with'en- ,
a '
1" endure Will be Ready for
,Egyptians 'had to. ,
Date ofjthe' PrimaryAfter before the Congressional J investigating thulium and the association d.eideq to1
;compared with those which Soon. '' ":
Very committee. Congressman Frank ask for this arrangement. ; .
,'over, this city,the put few'". I association
Ther. are no more charitably I ,, has,,..been made this I I : .' i i Clark rose to .a question of, personal The adjourned to meet atthe
f J time suggested. C
this connection
\i for1 the aviation communicating with privilege and'made .lenJationalattaeJc Jn : ,
the had'taken this
and kindly'people in the ; members wish they the advice of thai !
U '.'those who live; here,and tbe, Garden, and ,it will not of the State Democratic Committee paper. 'Better pay now' 'this. ,yery upon''.the governor. it committee may be'stated baa the for'an,,celebration,
**the limit i In helping those who until Kissimmee's" city on the subject; Chairman Price has minute.' There'is no better time., Governor' GHchrist' had' been .very provided ,hour on

://.i.....&ly needy; but when prominent' ..to'rent a good speedy announced that there,will be no change t.' outspoken his' comments, upon ,the the t second 'day:of,' the"cel.bratlon' for' R'S'this

"!,(upon 'Whom fall tbe burden of td enforce the aeroplane-. in the date;.of; the, primary' It.wpi ATHLETES! MEET'ttigh matter in his,testimony befothe committee. i "mass' -meeting,' : .. j' "*
.port.' 'ofour;: own" institution,.. proposed -postpone the primaryfor ,- ,, He''declared the''people' of. - '.11<

".Jyrated 11n'one day1 from .$d0. by' : ; sent ,for the biplane one day ,from, April 3O,.,to May,V,/ thus Sdiool Will Enter :Rohhuh Col. Florida'' are thoroughlyaroused over INTERESTING WEDDJNGm#
"jtatyo! vaebonds; It seems time Pablo/ Bench; and by giving the, 'voters, an extra} month In ,. I the charges that have been made to the '
.top'tothl./eonltan"dralri.' Iv.. the' building'' 'will which to qualify by/ paying their poll lege Interscholastic' Contests.., effect thtt the Everglades>.reclamation : : ,

0'. 4','cannot and ought/ not to stand I : ./,Tbe ,arrival of tax., "A majority'Iof: the members of The boys of. the high school t are'.busy. I projecfbelng-camed on.,by the tau of Sister of. Mrs,C, A. Camn t.\k;' :*
%*3 A''number'of.citiseae"who: : J ; .,; r, 'this' city two the committee opposed ,the change; and preparing for:an athletic. meet)which Florida is a scheme tot further the.: ins; ," .,ol "' '"
,
..r jug, l matter over at.tl ; wily I provide sufficient the original date stands. Tomorrow will be held Tuesday, March 19. The I te'eat of land 'corporations* He expressed ..Married I'In'D aJUa.J .,
tulaj
_!1 cue : beginning "instructions..: night,'midnight, Is the l last day purpose of this'meeting is to choose a the:,opinion. 'that': the drainage : ' r
upon
'concfusionrthat ti 2lit f 'is '
,Came: to ''' team of four who will contest In the in.' Thursday, '/> March I the'
v method> to.'use'In. stopping It ,few days of work after which the, poll tax c'an, be;,paid In order teractolastic meet' which will be heldat I proposition were instigated by the wea1-- date set for the marriageof Miss' : Mart.
.*,'to have some sort,of 'a central nncrated to put tbem to secure'a vote at the primary. It is: Kolllns College on Saturday Marc i tern:.railroads; They: v'wisbf'? said greet Hawthorn Bryan aDd Mr. Robert ,I '
which'" motors."tuned up," not necessary 'at this time to: pay there 23. This is the first time the the-governgr,-"to have this, greatt,immigration ,
,organization, :might school has entered the meet, and a Marshall. Pi-tee, ''a( 'the' bride'. home, ,
which all flying,',If good weath- 1 and'personal property tax,.but the movement Flonda stop v"
V small lund, and to ( c ; great deal of interest U being taken in Dania. Florida. t+
I t'I bet-referred: Investigation, will ,I be no., difficulty' ., poll tax must be paid 'or you'' cannot the preparations by the students.- The ped.' The l. Kverglade are.being drain. The e.remolll' wUI'.W''In'the "little '

t: .I'relief.jl: ourid'worthy. ,An ,for, ,,,short,, 'flight( at take part in the/prlmal'1.' This ''may roils run, dashes, and jumping events ed. The proposition. ,Is a- snecessj; ''the Episcopal ".Chapel, 'at Dania. "and' Rt.Rev .: a,1 a
";
; \ will be entered the focal school land. ,
"' -- Kisalmmee not by and productive. '
f Aiion underway r."lt ; carnival. seem'quite aO ID portant.no.; as it '
l I t.1Io1I': ; ; (\ from the earnestness the entrants are ;;:William Cral"ray, the "Episco
'a' ot'promls. any Jane will on: f April 80th. but'''a lot 'of good In an inter viewj.referring to GovernorGUchdst's
0 the''organ' iationi of : evincing the school should make. a good. ; pal, Bishop -South:Florida, will I offlci-/.
in this' \Lees ,8\ the aviators will folks hi'1Urceola! county are' going to showing testimony. ,.Clark- said ,the "' ,, .' '
Associated ,
Cjjanties ,, ( ; : 'lumelen . .. : '; expressed hia"snrprisi"lt the ate. /
to/become' governor
.:quitejprobible'thai in"the T ''The.jeMm, will be a notable event.due'botonly
'future.somethingolTthis; kind 'with-their machines to attitude of Florida's, representative. .. in '
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::" to'be"theprornfnonce;( of, ;
-ti ,
stand ,>erM It; *; jne! ; { *,. -and.thiCH- other more - this 'm.tter--- the interested familiee/bot because'of. '
? mark"" l S /stunts of 'J''the". bird, Hki ,t I rr Clark-iaad b'bad'; been 'prompto '
the
1 h wad taken off "easy the popularity" the bride-elect whose
'
,
I ; .tart'tIi. because .
: Inquiry "operations ..
Revised
I of t ,
le Program '
t ?'the various types of beggars.; ; <'riPJfl. r- 1; shirks friends are legion.
; IIC'addltoLthera'sbooldbe: : ; fled(' at'Puk"'Gardou of 'consclencelenland' : In misrepresenting ': United Stetee"'Senator ,I'lathao'! : ; 'j
become of Kissimmee such land. It remalnea) forthcgovemor'of'
center CarnivalFiitST
a' the
:.nance, absolutely forbidOln, # '* ; : Florida'Gd 'theetate" Bryan will give his sister iri ,marriage<< '
,,': L -( meetlngs 'concert,;'jamboree*. thl.a.tltT; and rightly so: >. ; pity and her matron of 6onor. -will be Mrs. ,
: l is the marvel of this ega.' < he exclaimed; "to travel.allthe" . ' C
.. permit'granted David Philto Browdeits '
except under. l;,source of interest ; DAY1UEt'MAR. SECONIDAY..WED.'IU.It.'z1'; '' way from Tallahassee t&''Washing.ton ,
mayor after maTInvestigation) : .. : '' w: ,
1' The maid will Niae'Flor
; < ,, ,,'be within' short" t '".- 'If' t' .*"* to Insinuate that now I am working of honor U _ ,
"there should be a heavy'liceh e ;; AD Candidate 'Field ida Bryan,'and the bridesmaid"win' In- '"
at the local school ,;. .-. Parade: Morninr In the Intereat.of'weste'm'raIlroid.; I :; : .
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y'' the tent .h ' ,
'a.y night, on : r '" .
$26 a applications have'already Day.. 3, brand that as a :malicious'.' gratuitous, elude 'Mins'.Nsocy Call ,Bryan,., 'the '"
'?' S" -,order that the'c:1fY,1D81: get : ,Ai sooq. aa proper ar- "Zrp'..MLkerary::: i'a.' t'' Maricai;' 112.2-FBiaket\ : ...Luck: .aad' Pew unqualified falsebood.". bride's aiater and fcer niece Miss Ella'i." .t

':. '{ot4th. money taseuLtrom'our,; .. ,be mad.'-tQr a 10.'atlon: .>. Program, ce 1eL'w' ; : OWt: Clark aald GHchrist,. ,before'elected" d abeth Carson, of Kiasimmee.Mr. ., .a i"-rw'' rotI; S f

';,S, .;&'for "exceedingly manufacture planes tioD.' street paving' 2 P:M.'-Cood Reads ' governor, 1II,*'a business. of land "exploitation G rat ton.;Price,"of Harriaonburg,., '. ': $ i
furnished. ,
S tortainment ,. and'there',.ia no reason I 3.; P.''M.. 'Aeroplane Fli&k.y dW auspice' OsceelaGeo4 County ,; > Va.;, will be ham brother's beet man;and. '. ,>.''t
;1 loom v ca
,. .supporting W1f 'may not become one of -Biplanes;; of KiMimmee School 1'' Roads Auoci4P. ... "It Is the eoDdu i'ot conscienceless the <
,,tlme to'stop. aviation interest In !: I land aharks,'' he said, that I'm Bryan; of Dania, and Robert1Wi Rates :"' ,ea
J.' d .'*There 'are'plenty"of ; ,the .of Aviation., "', '3-5 p. M.:-Sport*:. ,foot races,. : "f trying .. <' ,,
; to balk for the honor of my state, and yet stun Dale Miller and James-II., Gil- I:,
? In our own ; Luella
:;* *& worthy people M.Asdo ; ,bicycle race tune, .'
+ .e
s' all the )l I"J Parade the governor of my state says that I'm man. :
i.... 'to 'emplo K .' British .beat races, aeroplane. Py.> :
; n explorer
'C '1 all the surplus money of this M.-pL... 'attacking the state af Florida;;. If that After the the wedding -.' '
ceremony party :
'".. c '1" people 'without UDInC the th South Pole. Is'' the 8-10,P. ;parade. ;o"P.M.; .-Carnival on lake and ls God help Florlda' connections' t' .
'. ''a IcwoessUtfrom able 1> : .to- hav"come, from ... ,hatatL lake:' Band 'CM Broadway. Band Concert. .. . ; ReferragtoGikhrisV ao. "thla' little family ad"a"tow Intimate -, +.
who lalhe aa frjends.vwfl| lather at the born:' ,
", ....\ other sections ?: a; rival !explOrer } Concert en the front .. 01:Broadway. !
'.. Malt In cur genial winter pinhead governorClsrk said he:rested of the bride'ai J ot.b.1ohft'. : 'Milton ', .t ;
'. .';rupeDM. .,". glthont''. giving, aJI ; says 'Amnndson.' him- i ... j'" .. his ease1 with the people of his OW'Ddlarlct Bryan' at Dania.'but u..n.ao: ; "\.)' \\J'\. .\

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gave; all the help possible that! they MUSICAL FAST : - '

r St. Cloud could, but as the wind was strong from ,
the north It gained much headway. On' -

seeing they could not save It they turned Program Is Given by the Metropolitan Only .

.- to the house next and yet they could Concert Company.e .
Th box social which was held In the not save it. Mr. Sloan and family, who ,
G,.A..R. Hall by the Christian church occupied it, were away; but the crowd It, was unfortunate that so ''few of ; IK':'
was grand success. The large; crowd entered the house and saved everything our people heard the truly splendid concert the'' I.perh .I

enjoyed themselves.. The -proceeds went for them. The content of the Mercer of the Metropolitan Concert Company :
to the church. '. house was" entirely' consumed. Thes at the opera house Monday night. of : : "

A number of Jots have been Improvedby houses belonged to Dr. Farris and were This company is made up of four real sibly

their owners; clearing; and burning not insured. artists, and it Is doubtful If this city ([' ;

off all rubbish. If more would only do has ever,heard a more perfectly per out ;

the same bow much better our town LEAP FEAR ADDS ONE MORE'VICTIM. formed program' of high class: music. jtr .

-would look.Andrew As everything was as usual In our The soprano vocalist was Miss Mar- to

Q. Quallins and wife arrived town and at the Seminole Pharmacy, garet Richey. Miss Richey ban a true '

In town on Saturday last from Petos- Dr. Clyde Edwards was caught; by Miai soprano voice, elear and bell-like in its .

key.Mich. Blanche Durham and hurried to Klssim- upper tones, and rarely rich and enticing r/

Morris Goodrich, who for some time mee in an auto, where they were made ; in the lower register. She plans ; ; ; *I, I

has been clerking; in Pann & Dann's man and wife. On returning to our showed perfect control. her tone place ; .. ,
store 'has been the sick Hit but Is ment being without flaw. ,
on town word was sent ahead of them and ..
able- to be out today. a few ot their friends were waiting at Mr. Victor Pranskl, the tenor, has a

Mr. G. C. Clark who has been work- the"St. Cloud Hotel where the bridal strong, vibrant, perfectly controlledvoice .

Ing; at the Seminole Pharmacy for several couple will hold forte for a while. 'It of dramatic power. While; obviously by I J'

months, has resigned his. positionand waa a surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Edwards suffering from a cold and; obligedto

accepted another at Eusti, Fla. to find their friends awaiting their re omit one of his most difficult numbers : << ,; 5r ,

Mr. Clark carries with him the good; turn. They were invited in to the hotel technically, he displayed vocal the ; 'Ji'11-"
wishes of his many friends who are where refreshments served. Clydeas capabilities that captured his audience. "I ; ; "

,sorry to jee him leave. and for The closing number of the program, a ; ., !
you all know,,!is a druggist; .. ',."
The reception which waa to have been the paat three years haa been in the Saint SaenS duet, sang; by Mis* Kiehey .

given by the Ladies Improvement Club Seminole Pharmacy and has made a and Mr. Pranskl, was masterful. lar ; '" '

on Washington' birthday, was postponed host of friends and we ah extend to Miss Josephine Gerwlng.; the violinist tree ..
on account of the death of Mrs. the new married couple a happy and showed herself a true musician, of *

Hapgood, one of Its members, will be prosperous life and may they share temperament and technical eltill. In ; , '

given; In G. A. R. Hall on Wednesday with each other many joys and few sorrows. her opening number she displayed an ing ; I
afternoon March 6, from 2 to 4. Each, almost masculine strength that belied ; ;

member is requested to bring a cup and her girlish face and figure. Her Interpretative down ; ;

saucer. versatility was emphasized New
BUSINESS MEN'S MEETING.
Mrs. Helen Saunders of St. Louis, in her sympathetic treatment of her tion ; ; ; -
Mo., arrived in St. Cloud on Saturdaylast. The Business Men's League met iri second number, Ave Maria (Shubert- one

Mrs. Saunders has property here G. A. R. hall Monday evening, March Wilhelmj), and in her dainty, fantastic and"
4th with President Smith in the chair. '
and is much pleased with our wonder aery Elfin Dance which formed her boys .
city. The secretary being absent W. R. third number. Miss Gerwing;, despiteher "

-, Mr. E. M. Albritton, who for the White was appointed secretary pro. apparent youthfulness., is unquestionably the ; ) "

past year has lived in the Seminole tem.The entitled to rank among the fewviolinists farm .
Land and Investment Co's house at the minutes of last session were read of first rank In this country.Mr. to ,

moved and approved.The John Rebarer, who played all the ; ; .
orange; grove; on Saturday last a
to his farm on Lake Gentry. Mr. AI'I secretary read two letters and a accompaniments, as well as two solo and 1

britton will still remain in the employ post card from prospective settlers, the numbers, won the unstinted praise of
of the company. principal one being from a Texas man the audience. As a technician Mr. Re- hold

Mr. L. JT. Sloan who has been manager who wishes to establish a laundry in barer is great; but he seems to have
St. Cloud. He firm able ; ;
of the A. E. Donegan; Hardware represents a developed none of the tendency to a on ;
to put ins laundry for a town of 7,000or ;
Store, has resigned; his position and accepted mere mechanical display which -concert to .
;
a position .. manager of the more. players of technical skill sometimes the ;
s Kisslmme Lumber Co. The assistant corresponding secretary show. His first number was a trilogy is ; ; ;

Th .Rebecca and the Ohio Association Capt. Scriber, was instructed to take from the works of the late master of ; s
care of the correspondence for the
gav Mrs. J. M. Miller a farwell American composers. MacDowell, and
surprise on Monday evening;at the New league.Mr. he brought out all the elusive sweetness will '
rd
White stated he had received a '
St. and brilliance that this
Cloud where the has been stopping. composer the
; letter from Mr. Cowen of Forte Wayne, into his works. all' t
Mrs
r Miller opened with a few'words of wrought the .
welcome and a very Interesting program Ind., a non-resident and property owner To the ladies of the Christian church ; :)
was carried out. Refreshments and member of' the league, saying; he is who brought these artiste to Kissimmee ,

u were aerved and every one had a nice keeping in touch with the town's progress the sincere thanks of those who a ., 'J.

tin. Mr*. Miller left on Tuesday for through the Tribune and other heard Monday night's program are due. ; to 1\\;

i ,her )horn* In Ohio, followed by the good source and said he wanted to keep up It was a rare musical treat, and that it the ,...
his dues and hoped some day to be with .,
I
wishes shown
of her many friends. waa appreciated was by the '" r .
,; Miss L. M. Fisbee, who is proprietress us. On motion, a vote of thanks was I spontaneous applause which greeted ,
given him for his words of liood cheer! i
number.
of th. St. Cloud Laundry, reports I every
t Mr. Scriber presented bill for rent ; ; i
business good.; I mate
r 1 J James J. Oconnor made use call this of hall for January and February, i THE MIDDLEMEN'S HIGH TOLL ing ::: l=. L
= week. Mr. Oconnor while in St. Cloud amounting to $8.00; was ordered paid. :
Mr. Scriber 50c dues.
was foreman of the St. Cloud Tribune, paid Some Pertinent Question Which the 4c'n
Farris stated he witl Dr. ; for
Capt. that
from # Voter Will Well
her he was called to Lynn Havento Do to $50 "
; .
take charge of the work there. His Pope and an engineer, would start for Consider ; ;
the East Coast, March 5th, to inspect ; to ,
;jn WT friends than
were more glad toM
a route for the much talked of automobile William Hop,. a South American
nlm. '' ., road from Kissimroee to Cocoa or cattle and wheat "king," from Buenos ,a ""j'
I
J.'Stan Anderson who for the put Titusv lle and would make. a' report to Ayres, asks two pertinent questions. this' ; id
two years has been in the' employment The.Lrst Is why do the Britons, who of
the League when he came back. League '
of the Seminole Land and InvestmentCo. Ship their wheat from America, pay ; :,
adjourned to meet March 11th. i
., baa resigned his position Mr. Anderson only I 8 cents for a pound loaf of bread, ; ,
', had been In St. Cloud over a LIBERAfCONTRTBUTIONMore while we, in the greatest land of f'I

year.. He left Tuesday for New York wheat, pay I 5 cents for a scant pound i h
loaf The second fs, why does the I tl
and will remain there for two "" r
Briton pay only 10 cents for meat for
w I .j weeks when he will sail for San Jose,. Than Hundred Dollars for the which we growers of meat pay 20 -':!i

Costa Rica' CentraL ,America, and on cents? 'Mr. Hope answer the question to 1
April 14, will' be best, man at the ap. Starving Chinese. himself-at least In part. His I the ; k 1

preaching; mamage of one of hia Intl. A* a result of the union meeting held answer Is "middlemen. Th* beef R. R; ; 'I 1t

1!, mate friends. His many friends regret on Sunday night in the Interest of the trust, he finds tolls the grower whatIt acre i-i

rs I to see him. go and all, wist him a safer famine stricken districts of China, the will pay for his product and tells : M,
)
journey. fund raised In this city for the starving th. consumer what he must pay vfor or 'If- '

;,' Mrs. Sanborn and Mrs. Miller wentto people of the Celestial Empire was the meat. Only the other day there A ,
appeared In these columns a comm.ntfrom .n:
- Whittle last week with E. R. Baaav brought "up to .n amount exceeding the St. Paul paper 'on the tact '>J;:'
As the weather was fin they enjoyed $100, which is now on its way to China. that farmers are receiving less for trees t

i ;; tb Strip. were much pleased with the Between $30 and $40 was raised Sunday their meat than a year ago and the ally; "

"a'' place and purchased some land. night. A little more than $30 had been people are paying more for Itt least ; ,t '

The regular monthly business meetIng already, raised by public subscription, in MlnD.sotAOur cost of distribution I
',} ;of the Epworth League which should and the Presbyterian church had .contributed -of getting American meat and more
i '. ;have been held last .Friday will hold $40, making; the total amount wheat to American- table*-Mr. Hope plou
their Indicated. 'I' declares 1* 80Kl'eat that with fairentl' 'f
meeting Friday March
8, at the
r >> by a
) be could ship both from Argentins
home of the first The service night held '
vice-president. Mrs. Sunday ; was and sell cheaper on the dock.* In $ I : _
/.' Dick a Bowers, on 11th Street and In the High; School auditorium and was New York than we could from Chi with {
r >Pennsylvania avenue.It attended by a large; congregation. A cago; and he points out that Argentina from I "

la reported that the old schedule number of brief addresses were made doe not have "pauper labor." Mr for a : ,
'
,'i on the A. C. L. will go Into effect &gains setting; forth clearly. the conditions In Hope emphasise the fact that we are

;on;March 10. W* :will.be very glad for the famine district Special music was clearly the victim* of the' organised lOtf

-.(..'rq. ithe change.j ; . furnished by several local singers; and middlemen. The 'chief middleman t

.J ,j L| The Ladies Foreign; Missionary Society by, the Kiasimme orchestra. whom he points 'out Is, J. Plerpont
I Morgan organizer of. the) trusts. In <
.t; met ,at the Tuesday(
.' afternoon. parsonage; Mr. Hope'a ys h*. Is.the emperor of 1
.f R. 0. MEEK
Subject
was India., Allt'l. the United' States, to whom all pay
:members answered at roll call with a ,- tribute Hope 1* positive' that no other\ room ,,:!
quotation fran the bishop on India. Control ruler In the world, 'WIth the possible art
Assumes of .the fort Meade
;"+'-...:}Mr*. Westcott gav a very interesting -, exception the autocratic cur of the FIne' '

;, ,. ,address on the subject,, also showed reader; RnaaU. has' so much power and -demands feat
some of the gods,they worshiped. so much tribute. It 1* collected Also
.. The masthead of, the Fort Head through the necessities. H* well de
I. : "Th..* will b end !
a missionary Jubilee .
Leader for March 2 bears the of
name
-
,;,' okras that no such state of affair
,
next;.:Tutaday.evening ;
.. In the Ml
; E. Mr. R.; 'O. Meek as proprietor; In his ,0\114-0. could-b* endured In Oreat
Church. of
Rev.
W..tcot\.w -
speak on farewell announcement,' the out-going 'Britain:! ,
< 'foreign\ mission and Rev. Kenney proprietor; Mr. K. O. Yarn speaks of "Mr. Hope only more graphically $ ; I J

'horn missions.' There will b* special Mr. Meek in the following; .terms; states, with his Illustrations In the home : ; ,

''' tnusle.;,, Everyon invited. "While, Mr. Mask ,is a .stranger; cost of meat and bread. .exactly the i''
Th Ladle Aid Society of 1th* M.E. thing which President Toakum of'the ;
# most of the reader of the Leader;
.Church Rave a Kaffe Kadatc on Tues 'moved bere from rrlsoo system: ,Dan O. Reid of the
day evening at G. A. R. Ball. Rectta.tion having only recently Rock Island, and Secretary Wilson of :
Klssimme, 1 tate pUasnr In recommending the agricultural department, have
aqd music waa the .
i order of the
evening. "'Coffee ; him to the good people of Fort pointed : ; and cake
was served Mead H* Is a booster and pusher, figures In the bulk showing that the
and everyone,. .had a good social time. and he will do everything In his powerto consumer pay $18,000.000.000 annually d' :t

*" advance the interests of the town. for what the producers rec1e1v6 only ', r

i :car, CLOUD'S),SECOND LABOK cox:; H* was secretary of the Kiasimme ..$4jOOO.OOO for*, the _other $7.000.-" i ,,

.". On Friday last at 11 o'clock) after Board ot Trade for several years, and 000,000 going to fatten trusts. aad I
i. mt the toll of middlemen Mr. Reid
', i ; Mrs. Robert Mercer had'started her oil waa active in the development of that, shows that grapes that sell for 5 I A :

Move to cook her dinner..6* stepped In. ,our neighboring; .town.. eenta In California and that the rali- In r

7 .r ,the front room for a minute when one roads transport for 1% cents a pound good 187
:of ft* cMMren-called tobons the fire:Sfenals. Mil la Chicago for 40 cents. Mr.'wu.T4""boa say h

r- was on fir. She found It impossible Water lVa:1: CentraTportIon? of city,' th.HJ1 coun : ; :
a- to ao"'n the kitchen ,as the one long blast of whistle.Ward y t&nDer'.140m gets over '41 cents of

..-fr pre had 'made its way in the second No. 2. North Kisalncmee' ,, .two, ,the coastimar'a dollar and, often only aim, '
'roomah* then gavethe'al.rn' long blast of whistle. M cents.', *," <<*lmm.' Reid, Wtl- ,
,.... ; soon alarge Ward No.' 8. South KUsimmee. three ,
:% + ... atl :aoaalvagr.) *.; .Th toll-taking. I*. on- ,
crowd gathered
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: March, 8.iftie TIlE KISSIMXEE VALLEY GAZETTL. r '
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: ;. ., ',,4. .. PASSENGER ."KISSIMMEE"" -at.i : .- " L 1 CLA4'.iaON'I'resldent.? '' !t';; C.jURYAK ,..l..aQaaT&ay.-t :, ::

LAUNcH ByMotor.b ThroughThe
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CARSON & ,
a > BASS "
LEAVES FOEKissimmee The Waters & Carson '
,
I '' Practical ,
. Painting Park Heart of Florida 1 *Ii
',,*,, : ,

it AU Work Guaranteed "H
:. Grocery Company <*
r:!; :. ,'Wall Papering, Decorating Daily at 8 KX) A. M., and 2:*X) P.M. ''An Interesting Account of a Trip mea River can easily be called the "*V' $

'. Rk turning leaves for Ft. greatest home for;' turtles, in, this or ; M

1 Sign Writing KISSIMMEE,9:30: A.M. and 3:30 P. M. From Kissimmee to Myers any other country.I'roCeeding . -Wholesale.andRetall. If Dealers In- \- ..'Ml!

'' . pleasant! 4 I Through the Lakes and Rivers. : on down the river, going ,

,_.::: .Attain Kissimmee'"Fla, I FARE 2ScJOHN of South Florida. with the current, which I is very strong
,
:: it* -- '.1.. In some places, going around the many GROCERIES'f
f; rooks and benda,which made'us dizzy ,
DAVIS, CumnSnow's .
The following Interesting account
1. very i we. noticed that the banks of the river
. ,
.,.. KUalmmee "
of motorboat from ,
- a trip '.. .
were only 1 to 3 feet high, and In many ;, "
4+++* the Gulf of, Mexico' written by.Mr. J. places. down."''.. 'SELLHAY : \ :',
WEi
'. cut straights if it had WE BUY ; '
'
J.? Hall, photographer, was published .
THE been sliced with; ,a, knife. Once m a ,I""' '1.) "
; in Motorboat which is the -
recognized .
RIAYSTONEpis i HobbyFLOUR ,
'i while n.\
we came to a high bank of bluff, "' '
the ,,
leader among boating magainea HIDES' tJ! ,
4 to 6 feet high, 'on which Rrow.oakaand ; ' '
ia '
of the country.; The? story '
GRAIN .I* r
the <
cabbage palms, butfor., most ,)
ai illustrated with-s number of FURS. ) 1r.
HI TIAI handsom.j .. ,
+ part the, upper' river flows through a FERTILIZERS""" if '" "

'2.60 to 8.60 per dRy, photographic views, taken by vast prairie on which "graze thousands . ',' :,WOOL- ', :- ;I' ,
'
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'r !
.
Special by week or month. Guaranteed'to'be, of cattle and bogs. 'This is the greatest SHINGLES, t ' : 'h' :
Leaving bright and early on the mom-
i THEE BEST cattle in the state, After -traveling 'AND i'
,E W.niRHJUl, Prsp. Asa'WITO, a*... ing of August 22.,,1911, we started on range until midday we began to look- ORANGE'BO.XES'. I '. ., .:-J. .

: ""foItl*I+ II+ M++ M.'+.M'M++ our 800-mile trip in the motorboat Cyko for place to make landing for din; . ALL'. '. ,.,,'.
i C. W. GRIFFINNorth a a ORANGE WRAPS" "
.'r' from the toapital of OsceoU county ." "/ ;: :
and
ner, soon saw a higher knoll witha
: through the lakes, rivers, canals', to COUNTRY ;; I'r'
Kissimmee. Phone 8., VEGETABLECRATESJCRATB. :
few oaks and a cabbage palm rising ,
.
,
_. .
of .
Our four "
the Gulf of Mexico. party: ; '

r "W.L m DOlOR consisted of J.. Starr Anderson, of St. ahead of us out of the prairie.: Herewe .NAILS .._. --- ---.- -. '.. ..,..PRODUCE--.. . ... ,_. . ,4: '
: tied to the bank and, prepared ,. "! '
up,. .
Cloud.Fla.; ''A. A. Tano, of New Jer- ; . :)\ :
our dinner of fish and ,game. After .
sell; Arthur W. Paynter and the writer, '1'' ry '," r '
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"
ORIDA REAL ESTATE fR) SALE taking a picture again started down
..r .. J. J., Hall, of Kissiramee; the river, passing eve Orange Hammock, We cell field and garden seeds of all kinds., '; ....-.' \ ; '

I'; ; Beautiful winter home sites situatedIn As the outlines, of the city faded in i Kissimmee, Maple Thicket Bend, We give special attention tQ fitting out'.huntl l,''and camping ' 44
the distance passed on outright I "
we '
the Lake Region of Florida. '
Real 'Estate all of which are' but landings on the I parties. ,
Paradise Island, a of beauty In the I
'Trucking and farming Land.. In largeor gem river, where people who reside back In Free limits. }
early morning light; then passing I IOliVer' delivery city Phone No. 12.,, . .
small tracts.
/ ...r.b Island, 'we proceeded' down the. country receive their'supplies, as We are county scents for food ',fertilizers. Ask us. for''clreularand '
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList there are po railroads nearer than Kis
Lake Tohopekttiga, "The Lake of the prices on fertilizers. "

with me for quick Sleeping( Tiger," which at that time simmee. ... .
; KISSIMMEE FLORIDAWood's :your property: After traveling until about fi o'clockwe \
IaIt.. 'Was sleeping, for hardly ripple mar- .'
f
I began to'look for a,camping place
4 Y'
.
,\r .4 H. M. Breaker & Co. red Soon surface.we saw the thriving settlement for the night Making many more ,'',''
bends and crooks in the river, we at
of Kissimmee Park, altuated on a beau- National '.
i Box 17S KISSIMMEE. FLA. last saw what seemed to be a high, dry League'
': SeedsFor tiful peninsula, which extends many MAKE NO MISTAKE of Commission' ,
spot and tied up to the bank. W. Merchants the
miles out Into the lake. We left behind
: :, 1912. this rapidly growing section and, learned afterward that we were just 'l' .United States i
:i '\, across the river, from Wi llama landing Southern Shipper ., : r .
the of the lake we '
crossing big part '
The river this point different from 8HIPTOTHE-OLD ,RELIABLE' Number_ !
rJ, : Our New Descriptive Catalog fLORIST.Cut entered the SOuthport Canal which is at ,
i the rest. It flows through a rocky: bed '
u: is fully up-to-date and tells all 4 miles in length and connects Lake : I '
:. 1 about the best and Floral Designs the first rocks 'we have seen on our;,: '
Flowers Tobopekaliga and Lake, Cypress. Arriving i' S. H. '& E He. :FROST r .N
ri After preparing began .
: Garden and for all occasions. at the south end of the canal in trip. supper ram ,
in torrents, and before 'we could
Potted Plants and Roses a of Lake stopped '
full view Cypress we
jump into our tent we .were soaked COMMISSION MERCHANTS ;
; Farm \ )
, : Seeds. r specialty. at a camp and cooked the fish we had ,
I thoroughly.: After a 'while the rain
''k Every: fanner and gardener Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL caught.'while trolling through the canal. ceased and the stars came out bright ,ESTABLISHED- 1866 >*. ( I r
breakfast, started
After a good we \
should have a copy of this catalog and clear and we built a big fire to V
r; ; Which has I long been recognized across the lake which is nearly round dry our clothes. ;

k aa a standard authority and about S miles in diameter. The next morning. August J4th, we FRUITS AND _VEGETABLES'i
Hatcheneha Canal, 'which I is i
Entering .
for the full and correct information S1ih.BUftOCKREAL Into Lake I broke camp and started down' the river, '. . _.
i| miles In length, we passed
which it gives. i arriving at Bassenger at 6 a. m. This
Hatcheneha. Crossing! the lower arm' ,
We are headquarters for ia the terminus of the steamboat line ' ',
of this lake we entered the Kissimmee .
4 r Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed! ESTATE River and Canal which connecta Lake from Kissimmee and beyond this no 319 Washitistoii St.,' or. ,Jfty'St, . ., Ntiw,,'York. ,
potatoes. Seed Oats Cow Peat regular boats are run. The town' o>{ y "
,
Hatcheneha with Lake Kissimmee, the '
r ",' Soja Beans and all Farm Seeds. mn N.N.eNNeeNN.INSURANCE largest lake on our trip except Lake Bassenger is about 2 miles east of the Ref.reaoeat-lletaa Hat'I Bank, Mercantile Ageiafei ) ;

river landing. Making a abort atop
'' food's& Descriptive Catalog mailed Okeechobee. Proceeding down the river here we proceeded down the river soon DO. "
Rosalie' the LOCATION Arq EXPERIENCE COUNT,
and canal we stopped at _
Write tot
free it.
on request. Examination of Titles a coming to Mrs. Pierce's landing where
last post-office and store on our trip W" '
is and ( 'water f
there refilling
a ferry our .
s T. W. WOQD 2r SONS. for 250 miles. Here we stopped to send the lilt w
cask 'we went on" our way down
Specialty. some postals and to purchase some supplies -
.Seedsmen, .- Richmond, Vs.Moneymsking river. From here down to the big lake J'
that we had omitted from our list,
was the most beautiful part of our en-
. Correspondence Solicited.J. and resumed our journey down the .

canal Now', passing we entered Nigger Lake Ridge.Kissimmee, tire We trip inquired through.this the distance river. to Lake S. BUZZA & 'SON k

i Okeechobee, and 'were informed it was
W. THOMPSON and after traveling in the lake for sort ,
15 miles bland, and 60 miles .by the
time headed off by a heavy.
we were
.' river. In some stretches "of the river .Cement and. Concrete ,
; " ,' rain and wind storm'and aa the: lak v \I.", .
) of half mile went In direc- "
,. : ",:::1" /' ,, 'was getting' rough and we could not a wee every (//f.: ''. j
'Ii" " tion of the compass, and'at on. placewe ', .i ,'. Work of 'aU..Kinds" ' : k''
to the if : xtt ,' i
land in direction
", ,\FUNERAL DIRECTOR see any owing ,, :: d''I..*-. i' I
; \ : ,
(J "' '. .. which mad.an exact reproduction of the k .; -, ,." ' ,r ,1 ,;, ;
rain in
.1'.1'/7'' fell torrents we dropped " .
itraiosi t ' ' .
'" ; ; '
"
' : clubs in distance of ., SIDEWALKS A ,SPECIALTY .
for market ,' snd'LICENSED > anchor and rode the 'waves until the. ace a perhapsless : ., I:
; grower than half; mile At some placesthe "
.
',''t J.-." "..., Bat Earl," Tte.il' EMBALMER storm subsided after which, weighinganchorw. river widens out, and is beau-, Residence Phone 68 Mabbette Street
very
,t t A',.wi"a, wh.rerer grows. E.pecdly again progressed down the n.row. Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Avev ''a
tiful and It down to less:
again
.
-
> MIa_ to aLe South. Pk1. lOe No ':if'J' "jclG, $1.00&, lb.U.7J.. than 30 feet in width. The last 10 I
left. This is a very beautiful Ulajid, __. .
I. II-1 "SIebe' fka.4.t1 S.da1 Gels T-e.. miles, Is through a dense growth' of tall .
Opposite CourthouseKISSIMMBB covered with massive oaka and cabbage "
4 .The fast Ia be world. I and dense with eY
4 jungle,
swamp grass
. r sal Straiu of Bo *..CucuinK jlu.k.mao. palms on which graze many herds of, '
''
.. W.s.r e. etc. cable;'goats and hogs. no land to put one's foot upon. Bo.th' George N. 'Saunders "
1 .-I ... rD:1 .. aides of the river banked from 2 '
y{ ::0 s-I rout lid of w. .d : FLoIQDA As the sun was getting .low' In the are up .
1\01
:;/ I. ,... -: tpe al wbol.ale pr"Ie." to 3 feet above the.water with water BOAT .;
? .iarkd ,.rde.e* At sny .... write West 'we looked for;a place to'camp lilies and which BUILDER J ,'f :
hyacinths are aa
." mdayt.r.if.d..mwr l wwa4gC and saw a beautiful oak grove on our I per- .
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fectly rounded back' from the river as 'Ateatfor"Ferro"aad"EagidErgmet' '
-n. ;
right We ran Into'.hore.put up our '
:.. I'n Walter P.Stolcw.Seed..... SHIP "".''UITa ANDV..G.TA.L... tent and, after supper we ,retired for! if It were done by the hand of man on + -iiirlat |SM M fir*r.e.pltlr l ,
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a t" ,. bcpt.6 ,rgatTaylof'' PisIad lpUa 'To tli*eld rWlUM. ,. the night) It seemed to be but a short th4 shore of some toy lake owned by'a '?Maa.ow.++urium.to. wde'e' 'I.ISS: MEE.FLORIDA. [,\ i '

\ hif Commi_tom Merchants time until we were awakened by,Mr. millionaire.We M.rye. .
.
? j VINZANT&CO.UACKBONVILLST. Tano''with!the remark that day had begun .' passed" many floating .islands ol .. c

I t - "i-A. to break and we must be on our lilies, some 20 feet in diameter, moving .

i;'; ,\,/. I f i. : 'way: to make as far .down.' the. 'river, toward the lake,like ,excursion parties The
BULL BASS
""I OJ, j '. .._Cia possible that dar.' on their way.' In some, places ',we had MARKET h

After breakfast: ,we started son our barely room to pass them.' On. this'last ,

j I way, soon: entering the Kissimmee stretch of,the'' river ,we.saw "no livingthingnothing Bearden' Building .One:'Block from Depot, .
; .
: : crooked '
s the crookedest river the but,the, river, .
in
i > ; F.. H.':Jdakins. R.,B. Wood inI world.RIver. On the right bank u we\entered . flowingsilently' ;; ', .I.through, 'the' .dense ,,Fresh Florida' '; all kinds,

; 'I" .. the river, was Grape Hammock,. growth of saw grass 10 to 12 feet high, 'MEATS.S. ,

Beat Butter ',,,1. .- .' .35 Jenkins ' Woodham1JJRYEYORS where we stopped for 'a supply'ofwater an Impenetrable 'thicket where no-foot and '''cstcrn, r rJA'. .
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SlicedHam', ,. '2Q This* (he' rendezvous ,of the had ever,trod. : :' :EGGS '
F : :OUi.TRIr .
ib! r FRESH FlSrf.
.' -1S- cattle men and .cowboys, and,the veranda .:' ..We1 had .been looking .for''gnite: a . :, ,,
,Corned Beef,;' 'a- and the walls of the house 'were, while for a glimpse of Lake Okeecbo- .io "' ,
SpcciaAttention Orders anaFrei i
:.. ,Roast Beefii. -;*. JilS,' completely' covered' with 'saddle's and' beer but the river seemed endless and Phone : iJ

; accoutrements for ;the' cattle 'men.After' ,. continued to'wind in and out,,' finally Delivery lo any part of,flu,City.\ .' TfronjDOZIEB { P''
Pancake Flour .10
Aunt Jsjsimai ,
( i .1 "J Sr* 'obtaining our water'we again, we came outs Into a"little ,bay which ,, J

1;Keeker's I old H.mestear ,.1 Ot: started down the river passing the' was totally filled: ,'with water i lilies and .. >
f Kissimmee ,, ,,. 4
Mothers O.U-{; .10 ,. "I Florida steamer Osceola at Turkey:Hammock, hyacinths,:with here and; uteri a chin :

A' ,. ,' ; r> . ,<*! on the east bank of "the rlY....; This lathe 081!of water' through!,thenu 'Looking' : : :

r ;60-7QPrunes. ; ,,1. for:25: |, largest""-boat 1."l.beaei'water.,'sad outwesaw' ,, .Lake'Dkeechobee'that,; '( .--.;:Lures.-,;\. :hislH1N : :' :Hpr"' -

!241bs.' Phi lahury;Flour, ::95 e' .I makes weekly trips, as far,'south as' great' Inland;,sea,"'the':'second,'lake,In r .r r .

f iff 2ror- ::2a Bassenger.; '''j ,- size totallv'\twtthm'th. :'United States.;. :' j Se'Oldest and Largest Insuran'e Agency. In Osceola'County' ,: i '

'Crape Nuts ":: At this point we began"'to get our Over to the east we saw PomtLookout'and :: ;iLIFE' ACCIDENT ;
Ibil.:Grlti SJgar 1.00. bouse which\ 'be theft rP1RB, .._.......,..? . ,HEALTH;
.14 BARAGER first glimpse of.''the crooks,and tarns a proved to ; P.OM. ... '_ 1>3tI

:. Msae{ Pack Swsetrs'; dr ] If Z. which the river makes In its 146 ''miles h ranch. .:where.;we', arrived'at 12 ., "
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o'clock.' -aHere > '
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'Coia,'parut. c1 *. ,19yennkelli to Lake, Okeechobee. The"banks :of ? $ --"' ,I' : ' <

... ( s j the'-Bret'' glimpse of .' . .
y ''''I the river are low and covered with tall we caught '" "
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;Imported)+iacaro, nl'", ,.15 FrtS'MUll grass 8,to 10 feet. high,'and after winding the'' breakers-: rolling In on \the beach; CIT.IZBN: 'y'

> :>. ,..1SBeecanat -.'PA IN T'.S In and out for some miles we came and the first thing we' did after landing : ; S: ':f: ?

Peanut Bntter)JtO&'.15 .( sa klisds to open places in the grassy- bank and was to take a'plunge In the surf as It .' ,,, '. . ', r"I''

r q t" saw flocks of,birds 'of all, kinds; large rolled In, In" huge swells, like on the !n April M, 1910' ",1'+ " **''!:' .". 'i.
.
; 1., ALL'quality good : .Window Shades, etc. sandhill cranes,, with their>lack and ocean beach; After enjoying this for -lPoSITS") Y ., ,.s',; ,

]" white wings, started up ahead"of us, a white we came ashore and preparedour : 's\

*and- guaranteed. i *'* Barlow's 'Horse 'and and Inline abreast like the first ad- dinner of fish and game, which we '. r .'Afrit ant.1910, Ml. oe.oo'', < '

.. XT ";" " cattle Powdersan& nnre. L an! L..Jj1.r..jefrecta badb.gd. co1"ntrd.9'1..t! .:_'rJnr... -' -------1-.... DM..3tot a.trt.I",110.. _.120.244,43 1720360.28''l-.,f1 . .- ? '
T'" blackbirds Then ..,r'took,' things.' ',until the ;, -- /1. '
Food I : of ducks ;marsh bens, ; easy : ; _
j: West KissimmeeTaylor's. Poultry i. nigger'geese, snipe and other bird.. next,'morning;, !,when. we started out To entrust;your banking t business+ ;tow me.na that 700' ''will t.oil.e' I'

,DROUGHTS BLDG.. ,At Short Intervals all' along the Kiss across the big lake;;" Keeping the shoreline very. consideration. . consistent. with' good' sound- eonservatlTe'- .baoklng.: '., ii

, NEW YORK AVE. simmee River saw turtles In sight on ,our right we traveled .' Presidat' ; 'i'
w. ,pushing ,A. E,'.DOREaAN.. :' '.w.AsMITHCashlK; ; :.
{ their beads above the'' surf ace,1 then I several! miles until we saw a lone eab- j ,- f? n ; 1' .Ae

,;;.... G1oud Fla. b taming-onlbibeacb--.r .. ...IMreetors:. -A.. E.'Donegan. tr s.'. ; aaaJat.YLP:; ,
\ P" -+ << silently droppiogoutef.igbtNoneof j.Tin'11 ii 'JI'I
'". 250. .. Deli'f, -; ? ; : .CL W", JUsaa, 2zi,V. K< A.\\VV. Wton, :1 . :obooa-i"f'W. H l
which we'oaId. high' land : ,
see no only
..E >, If,, '-- ' .,Utl. us bad ever seen so many turtles before ..- C. D, CarrolL.fllP1. . .
or since and think the KiuIm4 .F
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Pace 4 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZE'rrE.' : March 8,,1912jS /


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> Motorboat Thought river makes a curiou.bend. we stoppedfor soon saw on the south aide of.the river Notice. '
y WISH to to the
dinner, after which we, proceededdown the t beautiful little town of Onelta, with LEGAL The Connoll of lbs (liv o. KIMI nm.... FIn! say people)
Heart Florida I da will on or before TitHl:I p. m. on theadh day 2J w b d ,are contemplatna'buying !
;t the Its little .
river.W church looking out from among ADVERTISEMENTS of March 1IM2. receive soiled bide for the pay.IBR drain' tile that I
came to Ft. Myers at 4:30 p. m. he tropical verdure. Arriving at La- i with vitrified brio with .ullable ,
between PIWMI.I aw added machine to
business
(Continual from Pace Three) of Darllngtrn avenue, have my
Landing at the dock .we. saw a sign belle we landed for water and taking a flue and rSewart' avenue, except the luteweo- for making drain tile, thatI

saw grass and swamp land. Her we "Fotegrafs" on a building alongside the few pictures we resumed; our J journey Notice for Bids. lion The of work said to Darlington be dune In venuo.ccotdIUt'.wltb and road"er profile can, make you a better tile than .

had our first experience with1 the grass dock and upon going, in we made the through the winding river. As it wasnearing b.Fu.n.dbvctyor Notice for Bide for Street. farina; Note.,to i ndai.eolflcaUoi.e: made by the city enel- you can buy outside Jor a Rood .
Kissimmee Florida oeers and Bled In the office of the.Ocurcl"rjlMl less -
deal
which wound around our propeller acquaintance Qf Mr. Hunt, a fellow photographer sunset" we began to look for a Notice la nerabf si van that, 1a pnraoanoe of bids to be addressed. to the money.
.he resolution adopted by the Counoi I of the Coo"'II." and m.rke l htnl Parin III"'.", II Call and see my tile and get my
almost stopping our motor.. This grass and one of the most accommodating -I good,damping! place.. and near Ft. cit: of Kissimmee on lanuarr Drd. 1012, the I The tJounulL| ri orves the rlglit to reject any" prices before buying; it will pay

s of peculiar growth with a buaytop men It bad been our pleasureto Thompson we, selected an attractive Council will receive odt.J.o( 000.00)the:: ) purchase Dollar* 81s ofPwenlyflve "By'order.o.. 1b.Council.'this Zth day: of. Feb- you. I will make. 4 and 6 In.
meet. : over' night at the pot where we stopped for the night. Per Coot Street Paving Iot.ei, at the Clark's .
or head and grow. In 12 feet or watet Stopping < ". '""
0......, In the at $ K&A .
City Mall Klariramee Florid 4. a. l;JI I1iInr B. DICKERSON
1a, well as ,In, 4 to 6 feet. In some River View House, a new, clean and This spot we" considered the finest of at T:80 p. m.,ou 1 ueed.",the ftth day of March lu-at Clerk of the City: of KlBBlrornee.
up-to-date hotel "we again proceeded entire and called "C, A. D. 11M2. Broadway and Midland R. R.
places It grows for eljtht mile. out In our trip we it mp The lasue fonalats or Five (ft) notoa.each
the lake, thus making it very unpleasant on our journey to the coast, down the Comfort.. While we w.re.sleeping dated March 1st, Ittli, and each for tha sum. of
Fire Thousand ( IJollara
((15,0(10 00)) maturing ,
for any boat not having weedless broad Caloosahatchee. which is from Ito very soundly we were suddenlyawaken- resprctlTOljr In one, two. three, four and A.. PQOFESSIONALCARDS
3 miles wide from here for 18 milesto ed by what seemed to at first to be rear.1nteret. Ma .a. A_
propeller, which we- did not have. ?#. us on said r.otcs shall be due and r.v- ? '
Tano who was hi the stern of the boat the Gulf at Punta Rassa. Here is a great rush of hoofs In the bushes and of able tech.on the:Tear.first day of March and_ September < M. TILLERReal :

had the pleasure of taking a plunge located a fine'hotel and also the telegraph we thought a herd of .cattle was rushing Said notea wtll'not be nold for Ie.. than par.

every little while to remove the grass and cable station to Key. West down upon us. payable A certified. to the check Treasurer for Five of the Hundred Cltr of UolUra Klsalm nn M. RIVERS M. D. Estate Agency. I

from the propeller. and Cuba. Crossing San Carlos Bay I Mr. Tano called out, "Don't come nee,shall accompany each bid The'right lareHervad. i* tt'
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to all bid .
rejertanv and *
Arriving at the entrance to the canalto we landed on' Sanibel Island just a his way." We were coon enlightened Address all bid* to "Council of CIlT'ofJKlaslmmee. : PHYSICIAN ond'SURGEON l aeaaaaawaaaaana %%

the Caloosahatche at 1:15 p. m., short distance north'of the lighthouse however, and found out'that a cowboy mee., Florida.. Care of J. R. Gilbert, Clerk klsslra- Office over Ogceola Pharmacy ..a Realty bought and sold.

which we located by reason of a steamer This is
being anchored in the lake in front main industry is the raising veceta from his horse and he was struggling PHONES I onJee US I Taxes paid and Titles verified -;

of It, we,made our way In, passing the bles for the Northern markets. As it through; the brush to regain control of Order For Publication.In for non-residents. I '

big cypress tree with its flat top on the is well protected by the warm salt his mount. It was soon accomplishedand Judicial CII'UCoort.! Circuit. Osoeola State of County.Florida Seventh WINN I Fire. Life and Accident; In . ,

rljtht bank and landing for dinner at a water of the Gulf of Mexico, they are he proceeded on his way while we In Chancery : W.L: : I surance. ,

fish camp on the left bank. Here we always sure of good crop. of tomatoes, gain retired to dream of cattle stampeding C, n. Johnson TS. Complainant PHYSICIAN Indemnity Bonds.

were reminded the -: egg plants, cucumbers-and other vege- us. Blanche Johnson, Defendant., LI .J
gently by mosquitoes
It appearing; by affidavit appended to the bill iV IP__
83Orncit KI88'""""
to make rapid dinner, and passed tables. While it. Is very pleasant living At,7 o'clock: the next morning Aug. lied in the; above-staled cai.se that Blanche RKSIDCNCI PI'OM.V'PRONB. F'.oIlJDA.
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on down the canal to Lake Hlckpucbee.- -hereduring! the winter months In the list, we resumed our way up the Ca- Johnson of the the defend Stale nt of therein Florida named and U is a a nonresident resident ----

Crossing this lake which called summer the mosquitoes sire awful and oosahatchee, stopping at, Ft. Thompson of the MIsts of Illinois and la over the age
we of iwerjty.oae: years; it I. therefore ordered G. THOMASON The Home ,:Man
Bakery
Little Okeechobee, we a&ain encountered upon our ai rival they were there to for water, then passing Lake Flirton hat said nonresident. be and ..hereby required -JJV.
welcome the millions at torehurried left and Bonnet Lake 10 appear to the bill of complaint filed In said
the tall water grass. us by so our on our cause on or before Monday the tat day of
Finally we entered the canal on the dinner we departed in haste for 1gtrt-we came to Coffee Mill Hammock April. A. D. 1912, otherwise the .allegations. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Takes this opportunity to thank
said III will be taken as confessed by said
west side of the lake, and proceeded on Boca Ceiga Pass, where we expectedto where we stopped for dinner. Leaving defendant.It the good. people<
down the canal, passing Citrus Center spend the night upon the Gulf beac there at 1:30 n, m. we passed Citrus Isbed la further once week ordered. for four that consecutive this"order be weeks pub-. Office Phone 74 and 3. Residence 126 their liberal'patronage and would

'on|our right where I. located the land Arriving at Wulfort about sunsetwe Tenter on the north side and at rived at In the KIsNlmmee said County Valley tiaaette and Btate., a oew'papel'puhUab..llo R. B. D. WIENENGA also take this means to car"that


ot the Southern Land and Investment proceeded through the pass to the Gulf Lake Hlckpochee at' p. m. Crossing This :lard day of February. 1DI2.eal I our limited facilities for making

t; Company, whose sign states that they beach where we camped for the night. this lake and passing through the three ( ] Clerk R. O.Circuit JOHXSTOX.Court. VETERINARIAN goods will prevent (for awhile) our

t 'own 860,000 acres. Going on down the We thought the mosquitoes would not mile canal we arrived at the big Lake Moon Solicitors A, Gleger Complaint. B 4t STOCK TREATED FOR general delivery to all parts of the

I canal we saw Coffee Mill Hammock i In be bad there on the outside beach, but Jkeechobee at 5:15 p. m. : [tALL DISEASES city. Quality and variety will be-

the distance. Here the river winds in they seemed to have followed us and Here we tried in vain to find a few Application for Final Discharge.In ShPhS.lM OR1.ANDoFEA. maintained always. Our nice ,

and out through of coral were there as soon as we. After supper feet of solid ground for a camp but Court of the County Judge, State of Florida.
large piles Onceola '
County, lure It.tat.ol L. H. Will. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS
rock on each side. Arriving at the 'Arthur and Mr. Tano remained there was none and we anchored out in lams deceseed.Notice .
aboard la hereby liven, to all whom It may I Icon..rn TR. N. L. BRYAN Also HOT BREADwill
the boat did not know the ate and
hammock the most beautiful spot we I as we lake our supper preparedto that on the :.Win day of April A. I>. '
how high the tide would rise. We sleep aboard the boat and then start \9\l\ I shall apply to the Honorable Oeo F.
had seen on this part of our journey, "Parker .Judge ot said Court as Jndie of Probate DENTIST be ready mornings and afternoons
we landed and prepared camp for the could see that it completely covered the across the big lake early the next for a final discharge aa administrator of and a nice variety of PIES
tha estate of L. II. deceased and Squires Building
I night. -After sundown we put up.our beach here at times. Mr. Anderson morning. We were soon compelled to that at the same lm'\ will. present my; final New York Avenue! and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga

bar canopy and retired for the night and I pitched our tent upon the highest change; our plans for the mosquitoesmade .ask,'('ounlA for their' aa approval.Dated administrator. of said estate.. and ST. CLOUD FLORIDA specialty. )

but the mosquitoes became so thick part of the beach and slept quietly all sleep impossible and we decidedto Oct. 2A A. 1) 1 1911.A. .
fc.:
i that our mosquito bar was no protection night We awakened the next mom go out to a tug anchored in the lake DROUGHT. Adminl'.tretor.441mo6moe D K.' J. W. SIMPSON A. SMITH.

and Arthur and Mr. Anderson Ing to learn that our two triends had and tie up to it for the night. Just as

broke for the tent which we had erected not slept a wink, but had been fightingthe we reached the tug the captain informed Notice of Executor.In DENTIST. DARLINGTON AVKNUK

i1 a short distance away. After they mosquitoes. us that they were going to start at In Court re Estate of the of County Temple I Judge:A. Irtt of ec'd Florida. Oaceola Upstairs in Katz Building.; .
bad Alter breakfast we started back once for the canal being dug from the County.Notice .
in the
disappeared tent Mr Tano
Is hereby given to all wbom it may t m. m.
0 and myself went to the boat and, securing through the pass, and on the north side east side of the lake to connect'Lake concern, that on htt". day of March, A. I>. OFFICE HOURS: \ j.Jo: to S:30p2.: m.
of the Island Okeechobee with Ft. Lauderdale and 1912, I shall apply Honorable Oeo. F. P.": Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. Ivr.
some greasy waste, made a pass or Captive we saw ker.Judge of said Court .. Jndge of Probate
smudge and smoked countless thousands of birds. I steered Miami. This canal was to be completed for a nnal discharge aa Administrator: of thaestate ithp.ButIe7f
.,. -mosquitoes out of Temple I A. Minx deceased' ; and that al
R. W. W. CARSON
of our bar and placed our lighted Ian. over that way to obtain a picture, by the first of January 1812. The the same time 1 will present mr final aocounta D
.. as admlLixlrator of said and
emate. aak for t
tern about 20 feet over to one side, so but before we were half way across captain offered to tow us where he was their approval. DENTIST ,

we fooled them and slept peacefully. the pass they rose up like a cloud. We going[ but that was about 60 miles out Dated August 1st. A. D .1UIC. A.\MINX.. '

.We broke camp at dayjijckt and resumed then entered_ the pass and after pro of our way and we declined his offer. 86-lmo 6 mo Admlol tl'.tor. Office over Cole's Jewelry Store BARBER SHOPI .

bur journey down the Caloosa- ceeding about a mile up a channel to As'the moon was about 3 hours high Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5

batchea- River. This river is altogether the north we came to the residence of and the sky and stars were bright and Notice ot Executor for Final Office phone 158 I I ;
Residence 23:
different from the Kissimmee River. Mr. Ormsby an old friend of mine who clear we decided to crass the. big lake Discharge.In I Cold Drinks & Cigars

Here we passed through piles of rock lives on Buck Key, a very beautiful that night so I headed the Cyko just In Court,re estate of the of County Martha Judge A. Turllugton State of, deceased . DERBYSHIRE M. D., -
I
: on each side. While passing Bennet place surrounded by cocoanut trees. 1 I west of north by the north star and we Notice, Osceola hereby county.given, to all whom it ma) E. Kiss nmu, Fla. I .;.

Lake'on our left we saw big flocks of had the pleasure of staying one night started over Ue lake. After running concern that on the 10th day ol May A. L>. '- ...- "
191J.I I shall Honorable (, Special attention given to the .
apply
F.
eo.
cranes, blackbird., crows and snipe, with hifn&, some 12 years before, but so about an hour ai.d being perhaps five Parker,,Judas: of ld"o': aa Judge of Pro- treatment of Women and \L_ _ _ ."
which flew at The great were the changes in the place miles out in the lake we ran into a per- bale. for a final discharge as executor of the Children. ------ -- '.
up ,our approach: estate of Martha A. Turlington deceased; and
: K channel has been cut to one side of that I hardly. recognized it. As the fect rain of mosquitoes which beat into that at the same time I will present my flna. ;
accouuta as executor. of said ..estate and ask for Citizens Bank. 184
Office over PHONE
these lakes so we did not have: to go cocoafluts were about ripe Mr. our faces so that,we could scarcely see their' spproral. 24-3mospd Sprigg Fleming 4

r (through them. as formerly. At 6 a. Ormaby offered us some of the fruit, to steer. After going for several miles Dated Korember 10th A.D. 1911.R. O MBCK.: .. .

and Arthur secured a ladder and picked throughthia cloud of insects we at sO-lmoomo Executor. .
m., we passed Ft. Thompson on the< - lass P. A. VANS AONBW W. B.CKAWFOaD CLEANING
som.. emerged from this rain of ,pests and .
;;f south side of the river. Here the river' Notice. AGNEW & R 'ORDATTORNEYSATLAW '

*' flows through a bed of solid rock with' We started on our way again but with nothing more than'the rolling of The Council of the city of Kisstmuine. Florida VANS 'l' ,'! ,.: ',, , PRESSING I

.- the banks just above ,the water and after going a Short distance our boat the big waves to mar the pleasure of will on or before 7::3O p. im on tlte 20th day o ,' DYEING >.':
I
of March mw. receive sealed bid for the -
parIng
rising gradually back to the limber seemed to stop moving, while the engine out moonlight trip across Lake Okee with puifablo curbing of the following REPAIRING '
nnined Mreet*. or parts of streets,in the city of Offices: 3.4-54! CItizen. Bank Building
Hue was going faster than ever. An chobee. Finally we came In.sight of
is located an electric light and Klstilinmctt. Florida scpiTHte bltiH to be madulor Kissimmee Florida .'
icctplsat which furnishes Investigation showed that the propeller the north shore, and anchored and slept ( ,asphalt macHdam. creosoted wood block :'{
-- - Leave
.-. power, light end vitrified brick ,iiavrau: material: word at my house and clothe* '
and Ice for the towns down the river, was loose on the shaft. Paddling our until morning. Then we proceeded on rlyde avenue. between the rl.ht..f-.yof .14. MOO: over to a dock we soon fastened i It to the fish at Lookout Poin the Atlantic Const Line rMlrond anil Kmmtttstreet : ..
also furnishing ice for the boats carry- way : camp width of pHVtnR' to bu .iuht*4n fi'ft; ---
< fog fish from Lake Okeechobee to Ft. by tightening the set screws and again where we stopped for breakfast. After Km: molt street, between, Clyde avenue t point one huudre and filly feet wen or !Slowart -
,Myers.. Going on down4 the river the proceeded. a glorious swim in the rollers we etart avenue width' <>f paving to be eluhlcen ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice ,

banks rapidly rose to a height of from This was the only I accident of our ed up the Kissimmee River through the fret Vine.,: Brack street atrM-t width. between of paving Broadway to be Hpthlennfeet and

6 'toj:12",f.et',and the river ,wound trip. Our Lockwood-Ash motor ran saw grass, water lilies and hyacinths. right-of-way; Vine street of. the, between Atlantic Bret-k Coafct street. Line and rail the State Bank Building L C .A.LLISrt'Eao: : : .J.JK:1ss1znn:1.ee's

through continuous grove of cabbagepalms. splendidly through our entire trip of Coming to a wide stretch of the river road-, width of paring to be eighteen fwt: Kissimmee. Floridaj. : : : : : 'J.
i; 800 miles. where it is quite straight for perhaps Main atr et. between Broadway and Oak
; Street, width of paving to be eighteen ten; F. KRIBBS: We11 IDrlller ,3.I.
:We rounded a bend In the river and Going on up along the shore of captive -I half a mile, which Is very unusual, we Ruby avenue between Broadway and the city (G
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'. dock, width of paving to be thirty feet: Broad to' t
a drawbridge appeared ahead also many Island we traveled some distance I steered over to the left bank to get in way. Irom Main Street to Brack tueet. width" ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA. is prepared drill
- Pine Island Sound and then started the shade of the overhanging trees. of .avtuK to be eighteen feet
houses on the' south bank. This Is La- up. All of the abov bids ahould also Include the
belle, the largest and most important on our return trip, paaaing a fish tampon We were moving steadily along when paving of Broadway from Dak In avenue to. Examination of Titles a Specialy. ARTESIAN WELLS
Main street with vitrified brick. width of
-tow II on the Caloosahatchee except Ft. our left behind an island which I Arthur yelled. "Look at that snake." to be twenty-lour and one-half feet pay.ing on Notification and payment of taxes of ",
learned : that time had each side of parkway.The non-residents frjven careful In any section of Florida- ,
owned the
was' Ambrose Guth- By
,,Myers.l< Here are located many large by we gone past spot work to be done In accordance with pro- attention.
;% '!' stores and a postoffice and I distributing rle,, an old friend who is about the beat.1 so we could not see the reptile, but file and epeoinoationa made by the city engineers -
Itjvehe. and flied to the oBIca of the City Clerk.
point for supplles oMli I the fisherman on the coast. We'soon passed turning the boat around We went backat All bids to be addressed to the "President of ROBERT G. JOHNSTON Ten years ot successful Well
- Drilling is Guarantee
a of
surrounding country. Several.arg. St.: James City a small town on the I slow speed. There on the bank laya ; Connoli The Council end .marked...n.."Htreet the right Paring to reject Bid. soy Ability to produce the best my

land companies'" bring their parties of lower end of Pine Island. Then, headIng -I huge moccasin:., which ;we soon dispatched lOud.11 bids. results. ,
this
By order of the Council. 7th day of Feb .
buyers here .from .all over the North across for Punta. Rues, We took a.. with. lo.dC oTsbot.> It was "''t.t.; D. 1U12. ATTORNEY LAWKISSIMEEE. '--.:. /

aa tMs Is the nearest point from which plunge In the salt water of the Gulf of the' largest snake we had seen on the 10 M.) Clerk of the J.City R. OILBCRT.of Kiaslmniee. TWO AND FOUR INOHj

to convey, them by auto or team to Mexico. Then proceeding .on up the trip 8 feet long and, quite thick. :. FLORIDA WELLS A SPECIALTY'' ,

their prairie an4 timbered, lands, I located river we saw, near' a log on tile tout After making many more sharp bends Call fpr Democratic Congress ions LOUIS o. HAaarr.. t. FIOTOM WAKLOW -,

in this vicinity.After ./ side, the first alligator of our trip. We w* arrived, at Wolf's Bluff where we Primary.To Late Counsel for Judge fef the P.OBoz344CiQSImmee'I1ortd.'
the Democratic Voters of the Becou Coo Florida R. R. Comm. Crimloa3Cour
a short,. stop to obtain water steered over that way and Arthur prepared supper and made camp forth B-reeelonal District ( ,: ,t''

I ;, and a few ,supplies ',we resumed our killed/ It with a well-directed .shot from night This .is a beautiful spot, Committee The Campaign of the Benond....c.lr..r.h.:: 'oncreMuonal. Democratic Dia- MASSEY & WARLOW : : : ...'.. ,

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; journey down the river which continues I his re.. high and level and slopes back to the triot of the Slate of Florida..hereby !gives notice ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR .. -- _"

: to wind In and out through dens grovesof Arriving at Ft. Myers at 1:30: p. m., pine timber. We saw that a camping J"fA aa! follows primary: .Iectlonforthe nomination AT LAWPraetleetn ,::1(

cabbage,palms., Once.w* caught a W* tied up to the dock and remainedover party had been there before us for or a dlittlrtto LMmeoratlo the candidate BUty.thlrd for Congress fromid an the Courts of the Ktate and of

glimpse ahead of as of,the Thomas A.Edison. until the next day,' 'seeing the there were a great many skeletons ofalligators ....... will .be held on CongreaaotUuUnited the 8Vlh, day: o8eeondL f the road United Cosnmlaelou.8te. ...and also! the before Interstate the Florida Commerce Kail I White Legltorns

. .;a stern .;wheel steamer which sight of the city. After a day pleasantly -I lying around., They have APril. A. D.Should 1111:1: there'be a failure In the
nnakes + spent here w* left at 6 : been almost comDleUlv' exterminatedby election rfor the nomination of a. IMmooratlecandidate 11-14 CBAausnrOM BLOO. ORLANDO.FLA. Hatching Eggs '
dally trip* f'Om"-F-: .,.toP p. m.,on. for Congress from the said district $8.00 per 100.,,
.LAfieii and, return.- ,gh. made, a sad our return journey camping out, on a the hunters' In-the river, but, there to the amty-thtr t C ncreae- (-the .ValudBtatta S4Ipr Pans of 10 choice hens. and cock '
dock few miles r back In ,a second primary will be held on the WILLIAM SANBORN one and a year,old. for sale on .
good the
P den dart:around a bind and.. that was a ; uptob.itr..frointhe .are a many yet swampsand 1Mb day of May. A. D. 19)5. D&( KIIjG and after May 16.. WIll book, .
the last w* sawof: ; th. Edison until moeqult Nta:, Breaking 'camp at K branches of the river. '- I Contrraslonal Third. An election Committee of fer a new aald district Democratic will OCULISTAtsociated ord.rlln advance when accompanied ,

,they stopped at Alva m&nyIDUes below o'clock the next morning w* proceeded I The next rooming September Snd be held oa lbS 80th day of April. A. D. 1B1I. to by deposit. -

:"to ..a,.. ,the f passengers.. Befor' arriving on'up theriver: ;: our return trip was after a good' breakfast we resumed our be In said composed dtotiiot to on.be member oboern by from: the sane Demoeratlo eocnt; Cheney Bloqk with, Orlando Dr. Christ Fla. -

i : at Alva w* passed Denaud. slower than our trip coming .down on' journey. After leaving the bluff the votereof each ooanty: respectively.Fourth. WiIsonBr,:
: The rules the state -
governIng primary
.,.,;wner, tncr..ls a drawbridge, and'otherImprovements. : account of the strong current 'coming bank of the river for miles are very . l'0.J:! promulgated: 1 by the Demoorstlo OFFICE HOURS and by: appointment.9-11 A> M., 1-8 P.lit M '
Slat shall control In the Egg FarmP.O.Boz417
"t. .:Her w*passed through down against us. But this gave us I low and swampy on each side, but quite primary election of a nominee for Congreaa I ,,

..- 'wbStiI'eIimedtobethelagietgype. more of an opportunity to see the beautiful Interesting as there are so many flowers where applicable and not Inoonilitent with TAMPAllibt
apecUlo reqnlremenu of this committee. ANDREJOHNSON ;
p j. ;: trait and ,orange ..
: ;Itesteada for mjles on' .the north, bank 'at the Devil's Elbow w* prepared light blue hyacinths, yellow primrose I I In the COD legal Ere.qualifications.of the United for States repreaentattve from ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW '. .

.: ,".of,ib*'river and the trees with their breakfast and feasted on wild persimmons and many other flowers.. We saw cattle I I aid district in, may said primary become n election candidate by for Sling thenomination Will Practice in all Courts

., '? 7 after which searched I and hogs feeding on the with the this ,, State and Federal
heavy crop of big fruit hanging In clUl.LJten w* for prairie way I chairman of committee, via
,. like.bunches of sharks' teeth among the hug piles ofpbo.phate back from the river. and soon we t.mJ: I Hon. O. L. Baltaeil,at Fernandlna. Florida,on Office adjoining Broadway
mammoth grapes I or before the 1st day of March A. D. 181J.. a Citizens Bank
Kissimmee
'; .. ;; a memorable sight.- rock left behind by a dredg I to a place on the west bank of the river I written statement as required by law. olDie ;1 : :
I purpose to be such candidate which statement
I '7" AriIngarAtyaws&wjbe1omsj jAg company which formerly operatedIn where th.re wu a I large apiary. It is I shall be signed by: him and shall be ac The f IorWa'Otow |

A.- Edison: tied up' to the dock. ..Not. this vicinity. We obtained quite a near,the l bomi'of i Jake Morgan,'who companied I Ave Dollars with as an Throe asaeasment Hundred to and eld in Seventy defray c .,Big Bargain In!_a .Home.! i

I t"J wishing to pass,the Edison w* stopped few'handsome ..specimens of petrifled ; has a landing on the river nearby. i I IPS lsth.expenses Candidates of holding for said memberahln primaryelection.oath I .Splendid new six room house just iri-II Fortnirbmrsnd folka who want. to trail know."about'w....lie Fo.>. I
side fine
:'. ,:lie.... for a white, writlng and, mailing sharks' teeth, then started on up the At'10:30 a. m.. we arrived at Mrs. J. I Congreastrntl Committee shall not be required city limits deep well, lot contains Wa.25oS.nsl Weekly: 'l.OOpor r.arj month
of !
to two acres ground li I. l/lelor.leD"'u.'rlal' ,
I pay any *' and shall make their! good, new
'some post ;cards and looking over the"J4l2towt river. Soon .w* cam. to Edge water M. Plerce's Janding just as a cowboy I application for place' on the ballot to the respective barn wagon and buggy sheds and all a 5sepy.mght.aesa. \I

*,' ,.i>lchjetgedto be very prosper- where there Is a, large- sugar. plantation was taking hia horse across the river I I Seventh.. county This com committee milt!.as.I will o.n.... threturns under good. new fence. Fine location THE FLORIDA O

.- The business men: were all -io llit g tilJ" 2&tbej7YL! We arrived i at Baesengpr of such election and declare the reel, for small truck garden or poultry aanch. 'BOO
I w at: 11 o'clock and i> t'lfn liiTtTrTirrn Insns Inirtrnntlnni jnr ThiiLjs a fine proposition, where you Florid* Are:e; :-: =! ,I
: .:.busy that w* :were,.unable; to get any arrived at Alva where ,we wrote were caught in a promulgate rules thereto. will '
and rainstorm. Ordered and done under! and by virtue of aithiYtoomrthe'noimtry;;
nailed
walt.on'us son postals.t heavy Seeing a bouse overhanging -
) continued .
,:1' on.to so w* our th.power !given us under. the law and rulea 01 yet close enough to enjoy all the advan- '
.,. :'joorn ir down th._riYr. \ On our way up the river we passed the river we ran up under It the committee IBM.PAth day'of Jannsry,1 MU tages of the city such, as splendid high

r r. 1\1.\ .. ." vArriving at the Oerif'svElbow"near many beautiful home*;'and'after:going and tied uo.. ,Vuhtil --the rain was,. over Cb.lrmllJ.OImpalp. ;: Committee'G. L. BALTiiLf.of Demoorall school, best markets, churches, \>atc'.It.t.:, Don't toriret that tni'pnc* ot a wajnV;

i2. ; -Qlga, wher*. '(her'Is a.cutoff, and th* upder, the .drawbridgeat'Denaud we '' ,4'- .( '- 'cCSSt15S.il.SPsgetb.- -. \ ".,... Cong...Com. end 7....... Dial of Florida- PrIce,flCOO.:.Ht' M. BREAKEA&.Co..' ad in th* Valley Gazette' is the CMaQIIIf. j
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March 8. n12 ,. __ TIlE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Wft" '

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> CLARK'S SLANDEROUS Upon' ,TJie Enterprise considers Mr. -- "
Watson ache most capable man in the '

r :? race for the office of Governor and (is -' -
I' ATTACK ON FLORIDA
therefore urging' the people to give Is Sent Complimentary
him their support. He is a south Summer ; ,
: INJURES SCHOOL CHILDREN
Floridian
b'IH who know not only the need. *

of the west and the east coast of the '
,. Ir- The Constitution of ,Florrda peninsula but also Is thoroughlyfamiliar I Parties Parties receiving this paper, who' are not'reauJar '. '

provides that.the Public' School with the needs of the entire subscribers, must not think that it U

Fund shall: consist among other I State of Florida. He. has ability and the intention of the :publishers 'to later demand'of .''

a. ,Y things, of ''Twenty-five per backbone"sense and judgment and is them subscription price; as it i is '

'. of the sales of public In every way qualified for the governorship "No" said the clrl who bad been 1 J .
cent
,1 of this growing{ and prosperous twd t month at a summer resort, "1 mailed, to them complimentary by our Board -. ;;

lands which are now or may State. We hope to see him the next can't say that I'eel rested. -You-"see; -,' of County Commissioners for the, '
R't of
hereafter be owned by the Governor of Florida. I bad to work so. hard dodging parties : purpose
acquainting them with thamaity advantages ''
,, State. Senator Nat Bryan is out in an jnter- "When I first settled down at
v The State of Florida has in view in support ,Woodrow Wilson for Cuma: en Woods I thought I bad 'a and opportunities.this town and county offer '

round numbers 1,250,000 acres President which shows that the people breathing space ahead of met Every the ho eaeeker. The paper will be mailed a 0.4-- .r ;

drainage district of Florida did not size him up incorrectly woman and girl there said things like
in the
of land. '
few
weeks
to whose
.in judging him, to have enough this: 'isn't It per-fecUy heavenly to any person name is given '
of the EfJerglaae. Whenever a Lakeland Tele get out of doors and be close to nature and if they should'desire
sense to be a Senator.- us, to receive it regularly .r
: dollar's worth oT this land is sold of and drop all the rush and worry
gram. Nor did he, as in the case
of the and social doings that one has to suffer thereafter, we would be glad to put
by the Board of Trustees Congressman Frank Clark and Govenor '
In town? Then some one would
i.. Internal Improvement Fund Harmon's name aver that he Is speakng answer: 'Per-fectlr grand! I am them on. our subscription' list at the regular ,

j1 twenty-five per cent of it mutt for all Florida. Ha is content to so-o-o tired of it alII') rates. r

Into the Public School leave the voters of the state a 'Aha! I said to myself. 'I have -
go chance to speak for themselves.-Miami found the place I have long been seek

_Fund_'n' of u' the State.. Metropolis. ing.' And I was Innocent enough,to ..__,-- -- -- ------- ..--..__ '. 4,
the State believe that I had. --
I am advised by speaking iim- eaaa r re
While of gubernatorial! "Then In about a week I observed j ..
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Treasurer that, on February r ;p
bar, It strikes us rather forcibly that that Mrs. Fink next. door was moody I

1912 $150,216.14 had been Watson is a candidate to be rekconed and restless. Finally she burst out

paid into the Public School Fund with even if he Isn't waging an "ag- with her troubles. She said she had
A
under this Constitutional pro gresive" campaign (as yet.)-Washing- decided that she ought to give a Mammoth

toh Verdict party because she hadn't done so for .
I vision. I am also advised by a member of the Board of Trustees that two seasons, and was Indebted to all JI,

r the Trustees on this date '/had on hand ready to turn over $15,000 Hon. J. W. Watson, of Miami can- the old residents. She said it was "

didate for Governor of Florida, ac- such hot weather that she Just dreaded Clean Stock
\F' more, making a total of $165,216,14. I
companied by his manager J. Ira It, but It had to be done and she
o I THIS AMOUNT HAS NOT COST THE TAX PAYERS ONE Gore a well known former newspaperman might as well get It over. .,

: CENT spent yesterday in the city in "So she walked two miles up and '%>.. .

: I i THE PUBLIC SCHOOL: FUND IS THIS MUCH RICHER. the interest of Mr. Watsons candidacy. down the lake front Inviting people, Some things you buy aa cheaply as you can...* '. .
and It was so hot that when she got
This 1.250,000 acres of land at a conservative estimate, should The two gentlemen spent the entire home the family had to put her to coal and wood, for instance. 'You can't enjoy
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$20.OO an acre when the drainage is come time calling on well known Tampa bed and keep ice on her bead all coa'l a.ln
bring an average citizens meeting in the course of the night and the doctor's bill we about ; you don't wnnt it; but you have to have it; "
YIELD $25,000, -
plete and the land put on the market. THIS WILL day not less than 200 persons. Mr. ten dollars, Mrs. Fink 'then used up it's a necessity-and so you buy it as cheaply as

\\OOO, twenty-five per cent of which, under the Constitutional provision Watson is well known here has been a two days In driving about cajoling

i willgo to the public school fund, amounting to $6,25O, business man for thirty-one years and farmers into promising to deliver lettuce you can. Now Furniture Is also a necessity, but > a

000. spent sixteen years in the State Legis- and parsley and chicken and at the same time you can enjoy It. Think of the
things for her salad and another
Now let's make some more figures If these lands are depreciated lature, one term as speaker. of the whole day In making the salad. sweet, unbroken rest on a Stearns & Foster

even one dollar an acre by Mr. Clark's misrepresentations about Florida House of years Representatives.Thirty ago before there were "Sbe nearly had nervous prostrationover Mattress or'the joy of a nicely furnished home
the lettuce because as she said,
School Fund will
the State will lose 1.25O,00, and the Public railroads into Tampa Mr.
any coming the farmers didn't care whether they RIGHT PRICES RIGHT '
TERMS
i LOSE 312500. This is TOO MUCH for the State and its SCHQOL Watson lived at Cedar Keys and as a did as they said they would. They If it's
Furniture it .
clerked for a large mer- regarded the desire for lettuce you can get at 2
: CHILDREN to pay for Mr. Clark's valuable (?) services in Congress. young man i
cantile concern there and sold the !. merely as one of the silly vagariesof
We have A GREAT STATE.It I .
Miller and Henderson boats considerable the summer residents and she .
is WORTH DEVELOPING. boat to knew If the lettuce farmer took it
material. He came by Tampa
develop it ? If so, help me to beat Clark and into his head to go on a picnic or
Do want to help often on business for the firm and
you drive to town that day he'd do It, KISSIMMEE: : FURNITURE CO. W
put him out of? the knocking busiress. As I said last week in the says he has watched Tampa grow ever and then what should she do with ,

'. Miami Metropolis and in Dixie : since. The old steamers Alabama forty women coming! J. E. RUSH, Manager. .
TRUTH about Florida is GOOD ENOUGH'! Henderson and Cochrane with Cap- "We were all so worried over Mrs.
The
1, tain Jim and Donald McKay and Cap- Fink's lettuce that we distractedly OPERA HOUB.. NKAR NHW DBPOTCHILDREN'S '
; Mr. Clark is BAD ENOUGH!
: The TRUTH about in walked the of the ;
lam Bill Jackson, command. sup- porch the morning ,
*' R. HUDSON BURR. plied this section. party, and when we saw the lettuce ., ..

7" 't nt Candidate fpr Congress, Second District. Mr., Watson states that at that time farmer really drive up we jusfcheered 1 I
I out loud In our relief! He ,didn't :: ;
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I, there were only three or four storesin
-,--- bring the nice, crimpy curly >kind
1 Tampa, and he never dreamed that
that she had ordered."It .
the would develop into the big!: t
R Rf city
I was about 110 degrees In the
r that It is I ..
hustling metropolis now.- '
shade that afternoon and if you "
Tampa Tribune. walked by any house in the place you '

Senator Nathan Bryan is out in an could hear mutterlngs and grumblings ".
f CLEARANCESALE from the unhappy women within who
interview in support of Wilson which
){ were trying to curl their hair and get
is the first mistake he has made since
Into their party clothes. All of them
he went to the Senate.-Tampa Tri were wondering what Mrs. Fink wanted Readytowearr

bune. to give a party for anyway,' and " . .
wasn't it horrid having to goT The : ",3lv$ "

.I 0Claude perspiration rolled off Mrs. Fink's 'Special. of Children's' finely-made\ ] 1

In order to make room for large face''' as she told her guests how glad Gingham, Madras and Percale 1 dresses] h,'

shipments of Spring Goods now she was tq see them and then everybody : 'r'," "1., R' 4
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. It on the road we will make the sat ,and crocheted and mopped and Galatea rompers. WLadies' \.
} [ They Say
I following reductions' : her face and ate three times more
'\ than was digestible and said what a

X '. Shoes That beautiful time she bad had and then Dresses .t
rushed home to get Into a kimono and
WERE NOW Some remarks made by Editorsof to feel thankful that It was over, .4'f. jfIn
t -pretty designs, in Ginghams, Madras c
the State regarding KUsim- "Then Sally Casey arrived one dajr_ *
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$5.00 $4.50 _mee and Kinimmee' great and party.asked The me weather to an afternoon was perfectly bridge. and Percale. ,

4.00 3.50 paper The Valley Gazette. ideal the kind* that makes you want -

to run bareheaded through the woods Ladies' Underwear

'i 3.50 3.00 L'Engle and shout because you're alive. But .
The action of the council in deciding we sat all that glorious afternoon Indoors ;
DIXIEd THE BUN
3.00 2.50 Editor to investigate the cost of vitrified brick quarreling over cards and 1 An especially fine line well made and

for paving purposes baa been received was sick two days from the stuff I of good material. I '

2.75 2.35 Candidate forCongresman.at. with general satisfaction. The pavingof ate, and a woman who didn't get the
prize, said that the woman who dig '
First street would be a most Important *
: .Large the value of which' cheated.
2.25 improvement
2:50: \ "By that Ume every woman in the
Primaries 1912He from the standpoint of both business place caught .entertaining foyer.There : Mrs. E. L. ..PeareeFOR ,
2.00 convenience e and pleasure can scarcely ,
t' ,2.25 were Invitations out for nearly ,.< .
ha. fought for th* Popl'e be estimated. ev ry' ,afternoon and evening, because
2.00 1.72 very one was afraid that It she didn't I
right. for' mix ,.**re. H. will Klsslmmee 'isv just now engaged in give a party she wouldn't be asked ,

paving some of its streets with vitrified to the others and, of course, no matter .
1.50 .. .
1.75 oontinu thi> m* fight In the !
brick. Mayor Stanford laid the bow much you bats to go' yon

same foroful way in Gongre first brick a few days ago and commenting nearly die If you don't. get the chance '"

1.50 1.25 upon the occasion the Kissim to go. Nobody bad any time to do SALE AT A BARGAIN.

Vote for L'Engle mee Valley Gazette saidi Good streets anything but whitewash her shoes y
1.25 1.00 and press out her dress-op dresses
and progress are synonymous term:*. 15,000 ACRES$
and your choio for District and shampoo her hair
When the first vitrified brick was laid
1.00 .85 "There were sewing parties and
TOO
Congrmn.
on Broadway, KUsimmee took a long
I card parties and luncheon parties and Finest Land in 'the Klcfdinmco Valley n'or': ''
forward step. Scores. 'of people, favor-
corn roasts and watermelon parties
.85 .75 ,':
ably impressed by well paved streets and teas. and people got thin and haggard .COLONIZATION

f.: SALE FOR CASHLM.WHIDDEN will stay to investigate and will become and dyspeptic and cross and This tract comprises mosf of Towatbip 29 Range 31;'and'lies along"ta;
f'',: residents of this city who would otherwise quarrelsome, and above it all rose the .
OSCEOLA FOLKS s
.1 L turn aside in disgust and go to wall at each party: Why did she EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEEThi .,

.... som other city. The brick streets are take it Into her head to give a party Urge body of water affords.the water:protection araiatt' frost Hat I

& ,,\ : Hpn. Steve [Acree, who has made the, best investment this 'city has yet and make me climb out of the ham u ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to the raeccMfnl. prodoctioa' '.. dtru' ' '

,1, e . 'Osceola county famous In the last two mad*.-Fort Myers Press. mock and 'c.t Into tight clothes and fruit and early vegetables. Every person familiar with Florida knows tkis.: l' t' 1 ?
sacrifice myself! Yet
.. we were all
ff -- I II sessions of the- Florida legislature was A view on Broadway in Kissimmee, cared to death for fear"'there wouldbe The situation Is idea, being only two hours by automobll from Kisti- ,
--I-- a visitor in our city Tuesday. Mr.Acree. that would mmee and also directly on the water route between Klssimme and tbe1.; ., 4 ', "
party we not be
in the Valley Gazette las a i
published f
Kisslmme River and lower'
Oscola
County where lands 'a
Will are rapidly
Informs us that he not stand ,
.
D.f.nders of Tariff of 1009. week; gives an idea of the serious business asked to."But I being sold at three time what I ask for this. '
of 1909 has been Investigated I for re-election to' the'eglilature) this a great and bitter rebellionwas .
The tariff-act of paving with brick in that pretty Call on o* write td" .. ? a,'.
by several competent and 'year, an announcement ';which will be seething within pie and one dayI
and rapidly growing city. But C. W.
disinterested person The results of i received with profound regret' by those they; found a'soul who could understand WARD. OWNER .' ,
have serious people in Kissimmee and Grayston Hotel Florida fk
In Catherine Smith and I fairly < 'J; +
their Investigation may be found who are in the habit of attending wept !
these know the value of
Miss Tarbell' TarIft hi'"Oar Own Florida's legislative sessions.-Plant good paving as we both talked at once and con

,Times" In Professor Tauasltfs "Tar Courier. and even If Broadway has been properly tossed how we bated summer parties .,

iff History of .the United States." InProf.llIOr City named and requires a whole lot of when we wanted to rest from the .f. **********.*....... ............<<...... ..s+BBeBe+Bieiie8riel: I '

Coe an's "Industrial History Mr. Donegan has resigned as clerk of brick, they will have something "Worthwhile fects of the winter parties -' "

Of the United States." and In.. various I I the court of old Osceola in order to ran when it is finished. Times-Union, ".&. we were discussing possible i FOR GOOD PICTURES GO TO ; -"i': 4:: ;, Y

; ', magazine article.of Importance. t tI Including for Stat Senator;.and Mr.Hillburn II methods of escape Catherine grabbed ) \ ,

Prof. Willis articles In the to-resign his seat In the. senate to' bet me with ashriekZ hare IU'! aha THE GEM ,5.TUDIO V j' I '
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I Journal of Political'.Economy, and an come a congressional aspirant. The; Mystery. cried.: 'I know how we can escape all .
,exceptionally thorough study In the relative Another thing-how do an the man the rest of the parties! Just say: i HALL PAYNTtTR;PnopMirrOTMS .' 1 '
Reviews. old adage to office-holders who stand around and watch a skyscraper "No. thank'you.," Instead of ''Yes. 1.I ' "
B.rl.wof never resigning no longer holds good in built make a livingat' 'I' 4; 1..eyh
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Florida.-Palatka Time Herald. UT-OJvston New.pf .. "It :'
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elaborate \ platform of principles broad enough mad at you; After they wen all mad i :
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JBy Motorboat Through river makes a curious bend, we stopped : soon saw on the south side of the river '. N6t1 ce. '

""VI for dinner, after which'ws. proceeded' the beautiful little town of Onelta, with LEGAL The Council of the itS of Eissimmee'Vlort. 'eyf WISH-jX ay to the people'J
: The Heart of Florida da will on or before F:HO p. m. on th.Otft! ..dayoPMareb. who are. contemplating] ", ,I
/. down the river. I it ts little church looking; outfrom among IBI2. receive' waled bid. for the perI. '
II/ ADVERTISEMENTS
,I 0 I We came to Ft Myers at .::30 p. m. the tropical verdure. Arriving at La- I.a with vltrified-brtok with .uliiible! curbing. buying drain tile, that I .
Wtween ,iiai.t Menu machine <\
(Continue1) from...Three) DarllnBttn arenne. Pi. have added to my business -, $
Landing at the dock we sawa sign belle? we landed for water and taking a and Miewart .v..nue. vgrept the iulmraeclion for making drain tile, that '.',
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taw grass and swamp land. Her we Fotegrafs" on a building alongside the few pictures we resumed our journey .. Notice forBids.. The o
; 'had our first experience with the grasswhich dock and upon going in we made the through the winding river. As itwas be Notice loued'br for CUT Bid of for Kl.almmee:: Street rayingNote.,. Florida .. to I opera i-nd.peolflcatioii.and ;filed In theoflicoOf mud by the the crty: Clerk eugi. you can buy outside, S forK -Rood ''

'wound around our' propeller acquaintance of Mr. Hunt, a fellow photographer nearing sunset we. began to look for a Notice I.'berebygiv.e that in i>uratun<*e of All bid. to be addre..aetl. to the "PrmMrot ol' deal' less money. ,.;.
'' \ 13i..re.oliition .dOI.tec1.b, the Council' of the I Council.. and m..rkedKlreel Pa"ln. Bid." Call and see my tile and get my* .,
a1moat'atopplnR our motor. This grass and one of1 the most' accommodating good; damping! I} place and near Ft. CUT of KlMlmmea, on January Drd, 1IH2. Ibe rvaervei lh.Bright lo reject any prices before buying; It will pay ;:.
;IheJJonnell
of men it had been our pleasure Thompson we selected an attractive Touncil will receive blda for the pnrcba.4 ofTwentyfive /: I will make 3 4 and 6 In. .
s peculiar growth), with a busy top Tliounaod ($2 .XO.OQ) Dollar 'SH "iJ/ordtir'of the Coancll. thli 27th day of FCbreary. you. :
or head and grow In 12 feet of water to meet. Stopping over' night at the pot where we stopped for the night Per Cent Street pavingNotea.,. at th : A. D. 19U. '
0_"".. In the City Mall .t Klerlmmee. F3rld., I. R. GIlBERT. ''
as well as In'4 to 6 feet. In someplace River View House, a new. clean and This spot we considered the finest of at 7:80 P.; m.,on 1 ueaday the 5Ut day of , 1..1) Clerk of lh. City 01 Kluiilromee. B. DICKERSON ',
up-to-date hotel again proceeded entire and called It'' A:D. 1919. Broadway and Midland R... R, -
*, it growl for eight; miles out in we our trip we "Cimp The lama Aonnlat. or Five (A) noton. each .
I the lake, thus making] It very unpleasant on our journey to the coast, down the Comfort." While we were sleeping dated March lat, Mil. and each for the num. of .
Fire Thnu.and <$S,r ))0 00)) Uollara, maturingrespectively
for any boat not having a weedless broad Calooaabatchee, which Is from 1 very soundly we were suddenly waken in one. two. three, four and five PROFESSIONALCARDS ,
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to 3 miles wide from here for 18 milesto ed by what seemed to us at first to bea ,reara -A.A. J KjakdokjaVT
propeller, which we did not. have. Mr. Interest on ald cot. hail be due and payable -
Tano who was In the stern of the boat the Gulf at Punta Rassa. Here Is great rush of hoofs in the bushes and I each on the tint day of March and Septemberof ] ,r M. TILLER. '>

had the pleasure of taking plunge located'a. fine hotel and also the telegraph thought a herd of pattle was rushing ., Bald n"U year., will not be sold for 1.... than par.

every little while to remove the grass and cable station to Key West down upon us. I payable A certified to/ the check Treasurer for' Five of lb Hundred.City of Uollara.KIo.lm. T.M. RIVERS, M. D. Real Estate Agency. .

from the propeller. and Cuba. Crossing San Carlos Bay Mr. Tano called out, "Don't come mea,shall accompany each bid The right lareaerved tt.
lo reject any and all bid*. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '/
Arriving at the entrance; to the canalto we landed. on Sanibel Island just a his way." We were soon enlightened, ': re-Ca.: ii bide to "Council of CltyofKI; ,. aaaaa.sanasswnesswnnesnaess .
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the Caloosahatchee at 1:15 p. m., short distance north of the lighthouse.This however, and found out that a cowboy .I ., Florida."of J. R. Gilbert. Clerk, kiaain.ole. Office over Osceola Pharmacy 4 Realty bou, htnd' old.

which we located by reason of a steamer is quite a large island. The who was riding along n.ad been thrown 8-81(1 Meal) Clerk of City I. R.of On.Klaalmme........ I Residence 53 Houses rented.

'being anchored in the lake in frontof main industry is the raising of \usceta from his horse and he was struggling PHONES f Office 148 Taxes paid and Titles verIfied -; t'

it, we made our way In, passing the bles for the Northern markets. As it through the brush to regain control of Order For Publication. I for non-residents. i.i.'I,

big cypress tree with its flat top on the is well protected 'by the warm salt his mount. It was soon accomplishedand la Judicial Circuit Circuit Court Otoaola State of County.Florida" Seventh.. L. WINNPHYSICIAN Fire Life and Accident In:

right bank,and landing for dinner at a water of the Gulf of Mexico they are! he proceeded on his way while we In Chancery: W. surance. .

fish camp on the left bank.. Here we always sure of .good crop of tomatoes, again retired to dream of cattle stampeding 0. II. Johniou... Complainant Indemnity Bonds. r B- .

reminded egg plants cucu ben and other vegetable Us. DI.a'b.obD.oa. Defendant.
were gently the -
by mosquitoes rrwi'W'"ikThe
It appearingby affidavit appended to the bill __
to make rapid dinner, and passedon' *. While It I Ie very pleasant living At 7 o'clock the next morning, Aug. lied in Ihe abova-atatrd oat... that Blanche. RXMIDKNC.. ProNE PHOM"". $8OPBIC. 1(11I8I..0; 1"LoNaA." : "

down the canal to Lake Hlckpochee. here during the winter months In the list, we resumed our-way up the Ca- Johnnon of the the del..ad.allh..r..tn State of Florida" named, and I.li a a nonresident rest .;'

Crossing this lake which called summer the mosquitoes are awful and oosahatchee, stopping at Ft. Thompson dent of the State of Iliinola and I. over the ace ,
we of twenty.oue ycara; It la therefore ordered rn G. 'ftIOMASON Home
.Little Okeechobee, we again encountered upon our at rival they were there to: for 'water, then passing Lake Flirt that .aid nonresident be and la hereby required Bakory Man
10 appear 16 the bill of complaint filed In .aid
the tall water grass. welcome us by the millions, so after a on. our left and Bonnet Lake on our ran. on or before Monday, lb. lat day of

Finally we entered the canal the hurried dinner we departed in haste for right we came to Coffee Mill Hammock April A. D. 1'JU: otherwise the allegation PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Takes this opportunity; to thank
on
maid III will be taken .. confewea by said
west side Of the lake, and proceeded on Boca Ceiga Pass, 'where we expectedto where we stopped for dinner. Leaving defendant.It the good people!' of this city; for'
the the Gulf beach. there at 1:30 Citrus la further ordered that this order be pub- Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 their liberal and would
down the canal, passing Citrus Center spend night upon p. m. we passed tubed[ once a week. for lour conaecutlve week. patronage
on|our right where is located the land Arriving Wulfort about sunset we Center on the north aide and at, rived atLake In the Klulmmee Valley Uaaette.' a newspaper also take this means to say that
mhUiihel; In Bald County and Btate. R. B. D. WIENENGA
ot the Southern Land and Investment proceeded through the pass to the Gulf Hickpochee at 4 p. m. Crossing This :Zird day of February lali. D our limited facilities for making,

; Company whose sign state that they beach where we camped for the night. this lake and passing through the three [. eaiJ] Clerk R. O.Circuit JOHs.TOit Court., VETERINARIANSTOCK good will prevent (for awhile) our

'own 850,000 acre. Going on down the We thought the mosquitoes would not mile canal we arrived the big Lake Moon Solicitor, A Gleg-er for, Complaint. 8 41 TREATED FOR general delivery to all part of the

Kr l canal we saw Coffee Mill Hammock in be bad thereon. the outside beach, but keecnobee at 5:15: p. m. (ALL DISEASES city. Quality and variety; will b, .

the distance. Here the river winds in they seemed to have followed us and Here we tried in vain to find a few Application for Final Discharge.In Dagr Phone 157 ORLANDO irr*. maintained always. Our nice t.-

and out through ot coral were there as soon ss we. After supper feet' of solid ground for a camp but Court of the County Judge State of Florida.' / htPhonwI52 ,
large pile County In re K.t.te of L. H. Will. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS .
rock on each aide. Arriving at the Arthur and Mr. Tano remained there was none and we anchored out In lama,deetwaed. .
r aboard the boat .. know the lake and Notice I. hereby (Ivan, to whom It may D R. N. L. BRYAN Also HOT BREADwill
hammock, the most beautiful spot we we did not ate our supper preparedto concern that on tha 26th y.I of April. A. I).
had on' bow high the tide would rise. We sleep aboard the boat and then start lUll, I shall apply to th. Honorable Oro F. DENTIST .
seen this of be and
part our journey, Parker. Judge of said Court .. Judge of Pro ready mornings afternoons
t we landed and prepared camp for the could see that It completely covered tbe across the big lake early the next bate for a final discharge aa. administrator of ,1 and a nice variety: of PIES
Building
the chat of U N Squires
night.: After sundown we put up our beach here at times. Mr. Andersonand morning. We were soon compelled to that at the acme time\ aT.i'p':::::"my; final and* *I New York Avenuei and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga

r bar and retired for the I pitched our tent upon the highest change our plans for the mosquitoes account aa admlnlxtrator of .aid ..'.1". and FLORIDA
canopy night their' approval. ST. CLOUD specialty. I
but the mosquitoes became so thick part of the beach and slept quietly all made sleep Impossible and we decidedto 'Mt:", Oct. -M.k.:A. D 1911. I -

night We awakened the next morn- go out to a tug anchored in the lake A. DROUGHTAdmlohtrator.44.1m .
1 that our mosquito bar was no protection and Arthur and Mr. Anderson ing to learn that our two triends had and tie up to it for the night Just as

broke for the tent which we had erected not slept a wink, but had been fighting we reached the tug the captain inform Notice of Executor.In DENTIST. DARLINGTON AVKNUB
In of the County Judge, State of Florida.
I a short distance the mosquitoes. ed us that they were going to start at Estate of Minx
away. After they ra Temple A. bec'd O>c-e- Upstairs In Katz BuIlding;
had Alter breakfast we started back once for the canal being dug from the 01. County.
: disappeared in the tent Mr Tano 9.. 12
Notice la hereby and myself went to the boat and, securing through the pass and on the north side east side of the lake to connect'Lake ooncrrn., that on the lat day of March F.:'\0.P.. OFFICE HOURS: > :.JQ to 6:30: p. m. .
1912 I ahall apply to the Honorable Ueo. .
of the Okeechobee and Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. hr.
Island
with Ft. Lauderdale
pass or Captive we saw of said
some greasy waste, made a ker. Judge Court a. Judge. of Probate
smudge and smoked the countless thousands of birds. I steered tliami. This canal was to be completed for a final dIscharge aa Administrator, of the enneth p. BntIeIl
mosquitoes out
catate of Temple A. Minx deceased; and that at
.' of our bar and placed our lighted lan- over that way to obtain a picture, by the first of January, 1812. The the same lime, I will .renent. my final aocountaaa 1)R. W. W. CARSON
.:- adralt.t trator of said estate. and aalt for
but before we were half across captain offered to tow us where he was ,
;..Jarn about 20 feet over to one side, so way their approval.Dmt DENTIST .
; l we fooled them and slept peacefully.We the pass they rose up like a cloud. We going, but that was about 60 miles out d Augu.t lat. A. I>C.1011.A. MINX

broke camp at daylight and resumed then entered the pass and after pro- of our way and we declined his offer. 86-lmotimo AdminlatratOr. Office over Cole's Jewelry Store BARBER SHOP ;

our journey down the Caloosa- ceeding about a mile up a channel to As the moon was about 3 hours high: Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 -

Jiatchee River. This river the north we came to the residence of and the sky and stars were bright and Notice of Executor for Final Office phone 158 :
altogether I Residence 23
different from tbe KJssimmee River. Mr. Ormsby an old friend of mine who clear we decided to cross the big lake Discharge.In Cold Drinks & Cigars r
of the State of
Here we passed through piles of rock lives on Buck Key, a very beautiful that night so I headed the Cyko just Court re estate of County Martha Judjge A* Turlington, F1or1dain deceaa. DERBYSHiRE M. D.. I

on each side. While passing Bennet place surrounded by cocoanut trees. I west of north by the north star and we 1 e Notice
Lake on our left 'we saw big flocks of had the pleasure of staying one night started over tt e lake. After running concern', that oa the 10th day of May, A. U ."'"
1912.' I Khali' apply Honorable Ueo. F. Special attention given to the .
'> cranes, blackbirds, crow and snipe, with him some 12 years before, but so about an hour ai.d being perhaps five 1'arker Judge of > ld'o':;. aa Judge of Pro treatment of Women and I

which flew up at ''our approach: Tbe great were the changes in the place miles out in the lake we ran into a perfect :-11t.'g 'a Martha dual I discharge A. Turlington a. "d'.U.e.r: ; and the Children. "

channel -has been cut to side of that I hardly recognized it. As the rain of mosquitoes which beat into thattthesametlma.I will preaeat my /final
J one accounts aa executor of reid and ask for
eatate Bank. 184
Office over Citizens PHONE
these lakes so we did not have .to got cocoanuta were about ripe Mr. our faces so hat we could scarcely seato their approval.Dated Sprigg Fleming
24-3mospd
"' .November 10th, A. D. 11111.i' .
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i through them., a* formerly. At 6 a.L Ormsby offered ua some of the fruit, steer.t After going for several miles R. O. MEEK.' '
and Arthur secured ladder and through this cloud of insects we at last 46-lmo6mo1 .Executor. ,
a picked I
L m., 'W. passed Ft. Thompson on the P.*. VANS AGNEW W. .. CiA WTOSD CLEANINGC /
south side of the river. Here the river emerged from this rain of pests an Notice. . !
some.We AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW t
started but with nothing more than the rolling of: VANS : PRESSING ;:
t flows through a bed of solid rock with on our way again The Council of the city''of Kla.lmuioe. Florida r
f the banks just above the water'' and after: going a short distance 'our boat the bjg waves to mar the pleasure of will on or before 7:110 p. m. on the 20th day' .. .' DYEING ..* ',:,,:'
of March, JltlJ. receive I sealed bid for the pa" vinir. .. ..
rising gradually back to the timber. seemed to stop moving; while the engine out moonlight trip across Lake Okee with HuitAble curbing, : of the following I REPAIRING '. ': .
named fctret. or imrta of atreetn. in the city ol Offlcea; 8-4-1MI Citizen. Dank Building "
Here was going faster than -ever. An chobee.Finally we came in sight of: i
is located electric blti
an light and KlaHiinmce Florlila. acparHte to be niadu Clssimmee Florida .
ice plant which furnishes investigation showed that the propeller the north shore, and anchored and slept for asphalt' macadam croohoted wtfod block.and .
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power, light vitrified brick tiavrug material: Leave word at my house and clothes
; and ice for the towns down the river, was loose on the shaft. Paddling our until morning. Then we proceeded on ( lyde avenue. bf>t\f..n the rl.ht.or.w.rol I. L. MOO* H. D. OEIOBBY : will be called lor and returned. *

also furnishing ice for the boats carry way over to a dook we soon fastened it to the fish camp at Lookout Point the .julauilp.r-. width. <:oi of.t paving Line. rnilroed to be 1-lulHiM-n and Krnmcttalrp : ont .
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,L big fish from Lake Okeechobee to Ft. by tightening; :: the set screws and again where we stopped for breakfast. After 'm".1t ......,t. liciwi-c-n clvde .", 'nue'' to a :> 1| OON & GEIGER Satisfaction Guaranteed .
point one huudrort and fifty fort wen 01 !Slow-
Myers. Going on down the river the proceeded. a glovious swim in the rollers we darted art avenue wldih of paving to he eikhleenfeet ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice .

i: bank rapidly rose to' a height of from This was the only accident of our up the Kissimmee River through the Vine. ; Brack alreft. atreet width, of bt-tween paving Broadway to eighteen and .

: 6, to 12 .feet 'and the' river wound trip. Our Lockwood-Ash motor ran saw grass, water lilies and hyacinths. fret right-of-way. ; Vlue ttreet of..the.between AiUnllc Bra Gunht k atreet Line and railroad the. State Bank Building L. J.I.IcC:: .,. ,or....rS't"E.B.:: ,

through a continuous. grove of cabbage splendidly through our entire trip of Coming to a wide stretch of tjie river wtdtn of paving to be, elghtet-ti feet; Kissimmee. Florida X:1ss1xnxn.ee.s:: ,. "
Main air <*t, between. Broadway and Oak
800 miles. where it Is quite straight for perhaps
'I palms. affect, width of pavIng to be eighteen feet; _L F. KRIBBATTORNEY Tell 3Drlller )
: We rounde4 a bend In the river and' Going' on up along the shore of Cap. half a .mile, which is, very. unusual- we.
: i a drawbridge appeared ahead also many tlve Island we traveled some distance steered over to the left bank to get In ( way, Irom Main street to Brack ; width. AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. is prepared to drillARTESIAN _
8v Pin. Island Sound and then the shade of the overhanging trees. of avlng' to be eighteen feet. t
house on the south bank. This is La- ujj started All of the above ld. should also Include the '

f belle, the largest and most important on our return trip, passing fish campon We were moving steadily along, when, Main paving street of.Broadway with vltrlfled from brick Dakln width avenue.of to Examination of Titles a Specialy. WELLS

town on the Caloosahatchee except Ft. our left behind an island which I Arthur yelled. "Look at that snake." lug to be twenty-four and one-hall feet pav.onearl Notification and payment of taxes of '

Myers.:, 'Here are located many large learned was owned by Ambrose Guth. By that time We had gone past the spot The aide work of to parkway.be done In accordance with p..... non-residents attention.given careful In any section of Floridsw

'stores and a postoffiee and It I I. the distributing rio, an old friend who is about the !?est so we could not see the reptile, but lie and. ana'apeAinoatlon.filed in the once made of by the tha City city Cwrk.engineer. -

point for supplies for all the fisherman on the coast. We soon passed turning the boat around we went backat All bid. to be addreeeed to the "Prealdent of ROBERT O. JOHNSTON Ten years ot successful Well
Drilling is Guarantee
surrounding!country.. Severallarge St. James City, a small town on the slow speed. There on the bank ]laya Council.The Council and marked.....ry.."Hlreet the right Paving to reject Bid any Ability to a produce the of beat my .

\: land companies' bring their parties of lower end of Pine Island. Then, headIng huge moccasin which we soon dispatched and all hid. results. ,,- .
By order of the Council thl. 7th day of Feb -
buyer* here from all over the North across for Punta Rasaa, we took a with a load of shot. It was rear,. A. P. 11113- AT1ORNEY.AT LAWKIS5IMEEE, -
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'. t(: M this I* the nearest point from which plunge In the salt water of the Gulf of the largest snake we had seen on the (10 deal 81 ) Clerk of tha J.City R. tJUBKBT.of Ktaalmmee. I TWO AND FOUR' INCH...

to convey, them ,by: auto or team totheIr Mexico. Then proceeding on up. the trip, 6 feet long and quite thick. FLORIDA WELLS A SPECIALTY:

prairie and,timbered lands locatedin river we saw, near a log on the south After making many more sharp bendswe Call for" Democratic Congress iona LOUIS o. MAaair T. PICTON WAKLOW .
aide' the first alligator of arrived at Wolf'a Bluff] where Primary. Late Counsel for '
this.. clnlty.: our trip. We we Judr.of the P. O/Box 844
To the Democratic Voter of the Second Con Florida B. K. Comm. Criminal Court
) After a abort, atop to obtain, water I steered over that way and Arthur t prepared supper and made camp for Breaalonal District of Florida. :B:1ssUn.xnee.: t
I'1otd.a
and few supplies'H we resumed'our' killed It with a well-directed shot from the night This ,1 i. a beautiful] spot, Tba Campaign Committee ot Cbs Democratic MASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS "
Committee of the 8eno 4 Connreaeional Die-
Journey down the river which continue his rifle. high and level and slopes back to the 1 tricl of lb. SUM of Florida hereby, gives no- AND COUNSELLOS -- _._--.L L_. -_-_- "

I. to wind in and oat through dense grove Arriving at Ft. Myer at 1:30: p. m., pine timber. We saw that a camping tic Flrat.a. follow A primary election for tha nomination. I AT LAW .
we tied to the dock and party had been there before ua for of a Demooratlo candidate for CoD..... front :
of cabbage ,palm' One*,we caught: a up remainedover aid dlat'lctlothe ttlity.lblrd Congress of the I Practise In all the Courta of the 'tale' and of

: glimpse. ahead of ns,of, the Thomas A. until the next day: ; seeing the I there were a gre>t many skeleton of United! State, will'be held on the seth day ofAprtI.A4D.91 the road United Conunlaalon.8te ...and ales the before IntmtaU the Florida Convnara Rail White Leghorns

Edison, a stern 'wheel.teamer" which sight of the city.' After a day pleas i I I alligators lying around., They have there be a fallnr In the. Coma........
'makes aatly spent her we left at 6 I been almost completely: exterminated .lection for the nomination a Vexaooratlocandidate 11-14 CMABLBSTON: BLDO. ORLANDO. FLA. Hatching
daily: ,trip from, ,Ft. 'Myer to p. m. on for Omgraa. from tha said dIstrict 141 Eggs $8.00 per 100.1',
: Labelle and''I return.' She mad., a sudI oar return journey, camping outS on a by the hunter In the river, but there to tha. Wily-third Coagraaa of lbs United J'J'DR. Pens of 10 choice hens and cock. .
docks' few mile good back in the Bute.. a eeoond primary will be held on the L WILLIAM SANBORN one and a years old. for sale on'
den dart 'around a bend and, that was ; up to b. free from are many yet .swamps KMh' nay of May. A D. 191 KIIjQ and after :
the mosquitoes., and branches of the river. -. Third. ,As election of a new DemocraticCongreaaloaal May 15. Will book .
:t 'the last we'saw" of"the' Edison until! Breaking amp at 5 ; OCULIST orders In advance when
Committee f r said dIstrict will accompanied -. .
i they ltopped at Alva many mile below o'clock the next morning we proceeded} The next morning, September 2nd b.held oa the 80th day oiiprll. A. D. 1812 to by deposit, '

,to leave .the" passengers. Before ar-' on up:the-river, ; our return >trip .was after a good breakfast we resumed our, ha In eatS oompoaad ille..tollo of one be member ehoarn by!iulB.aoe the Democrat county] Associated Block with:, Orlando Dr. Christ'Cheney Fla. U ? -

:: ri sing at Alva w.. passed Denaod." slower than our trip coming down on journey.. After leaving the bluff the votara of each county respectively. w i1soniBros.Egg : .
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Fourth. Tha rules governing the .tata prl- '
OFFICE HOURS: 9-11 A. M. .1-8 P. M.
V where there is a drawbridge other account of the strong current coming bank of the river for miles are very mary election aa prunulgtad by tbe Demo and .
I oratic Slat Conmlttao, ahall control In tha by appointment. lid Farm
'* : down against as. But this low and swampy on each side, but quite 1
improvements:Here we passed through gave a* primary action of a nominee for Congrea! '" .

' *"*.what i* claimed totbe the largest grape more of an opportunity to *.. the beau interesting as there are so many flow' where speelno applicable requirement and of not this committee IneonaUtent with ANDREjOHNSO P. O. Box 447 / TAMPA.

1"'/fruit and ..oran grove in the world. tiful scenes on the way back. Arriv ers, wild hollyhocks, white and pink, Fifth. Any white Democrat noaeeaalnc -theneoeeaary

,' i It este'"* for miles. on' the north bank ing'at the Devil's Elbow we prepared light blue hyacinths.yellow primrose la the Congress legal qualification of tba.United for auite repreaentatdva from ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .'. At .

''t. of the'river and the tree with their breakfast and feasted on wild ''persim and many; other flower We saw cattle said dlalrlotr may) become a candidate for the Will Practice in all Courts
said primary election by flllni .. ,
State and Federal
4' 'r mons after which searched and bogs feeding on the prairie with the chairman" I of this committee -
t( : heavy crop of big fruit hanging clus- we for way: via.;
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-- ,. a place the written ........a!.. aa required by law. of Die Kissimmea 1
,..-' 'I;;; made a memorable sight. phosphate rock left behind by a dredgIng on west bank of: the river parpoae-to be such ..candidate which state ; iwI$:1
.t. Arriving at Alva wv saw-the Thomas company which,formerly operated where there'wai a large apiary. It Is moot shall be signed by him and shall be accompanied Jbt fIOrl .G

:' .. "' in this vicinity.' We obtained near the 'horn. of' Jake Morgan,-'who .. with Three. Hundred ana Seventy Big Bargain In a Home.
I A. Edison tied up' to 'the dock.. ,Kot quite a Dollar ..an _ma to aid ID defray f

'4 4 1 wishing to pas*.the Edison we stopped few'handsome specimens of petrified. ha*.a ]landing on the river nearby. r,Sixth.-g ."l>IIa.Candidate.... of holding for said mamberahlD primary election.on the< Splendid limits new six fine room house, just inside 11'01'1".1'8' .a and- fruit know..about..WCIrL FloiJ For I.,
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4 i here for a while, wntlng and mailing sharks' teeth, 'then atarted .on up-the AtJlOjSO: J-jn., we arrived at Mrs. J. CongreMlrnal. Committee shall not be required city deep well, lot con- ,i.oo par v ear month j
', M.Pierce' to pay any $. and shall make their thins two acres of ground, goodnew I'V19- H. lOa 'tW.I.. tasu.. trial. ""
", :: some-poet card and looking over the river. Soon .w. came to Edgewater landing r; just aa a cowboywas application for place: on the ballot to the respective barn, wagon and buggy sheds, and all a subecripiton.lug| n.plrr.B.I ..CIaaa..

b f town which seemed to be very prosper where there is ,a large sugar plantation taking hia horse across the riveron Seventh.'ODoITilomml&l This committee: oa.will oanva.a threturn under good, new fence. Fine location FLORIDA

and ,
sOd season sane Inatruetlon This is a fine proposition where :
&: *e arrived at" Alva where .t-It o'clock and were caught in you Tams.j ,
were, unable, to get any we wrote a promulgate rnlei thereto. _ will have the.fw> edom of the

',; ] us, so we continued. our and mailed some postals. heavy rainstorm. Seeing a house over- the Ordered power given and don... under under lb.and law by anti virtue rule 01 yet close enough to enjoy: >alt the country advan.,'-1 -

.11' tbuaytbat.we; the river.--- - '" - -On our way op the riverwe- passed hanging th*. river we..ran up under It .th*.committee_ IbM 24Ui day,of January, 1S1U., tages of the city', such. splendid high

/ v. *** ; ; the DeviP-Elbows"ftar many beautiful home;:' uwT'$ter-going ,and.-.- _tied uo 1 until' the. rain' was over -Chairman"---- r --Campaign- ; -Comnitt-O* L. BALTIXI.I* of Uvmoormlia_ school, best markets .churches -etc. j I _' ;t *< t that the Pnc. 6f '
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l :. .Olga/where_, 'there/Is.a cutoff and the underrthe :drawbridge :at Denaud we ; ,<. .1'ia.Pa;;; Nio.W'. ,.. .... Cong.Com. !had 7 ang. Dint\ of }io1d- Price $1f OO"H.' M. bREAKER: &'Co..-- f ad ta the. ValUy!: Gazette is the.cb w
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; March 18,1J1 i2 THE KISStMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE V P.e' a _

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r"f upon. The Enterprise considers Mr. = r'< ."
CLARK'S SLANDEROU IJ
$ Watson* the moit capable man in the Y'h

I't ) race'for the office of Governor and is 9 +
f ATTACK ;ON FLORIDA :
p ; : therefore: urging the people to give: Summer Is Sent Complimentary

INJURES SCHOOL CHILDREN him their support. He is a south 8,
Floridian! who knows not only the need f < '

r at the west and the east coast of the Parties receiving this who '
Constitution of JFldrrda ; paper, are notregular 1
The:: peninsula, but allO'II. .thoroughly I Parties \ '
provides that the Public': School familiar j 'with the needs of the entire ,subscriber, must not think that it is

Fund shall consist, among other :State of Florida He has ability and t the intention of the :publishers later demand "

of "Twenty-five per 1 Dackboate. sense and judgment,and is J'of
things them the :
subscription price it is-
as
of the sales of public ,'In every way qualified for the governorship <"No", .said the':girl :who had been
t; cant : of this\ ,growing' and prosperous two month at a summer resort., "1 .' mailed to them complimentary: by our Board .'

lands which are now or may Itate..' We hope to see him the, next can't say that I feel rested.', You see, of County Commissioners for the of

: hereafter be owned by1 the :Governor of, Florida.., ,I had to work so hard dodging parties purpose '
acquainting them with the many advantages
State. Senator Nat Bryan is out in-an interview "When I first settled down at '

, I The State of Florida has in In support of Woodrow Wilson for. Cuma. en Woods I thought I had 'a and opportunities' this town and county': offer '

t round numbers, 1,250,000 acres President which shows that the peo- breathing space ahead of me. Every the homeseeker. The paper will be mailed a .
district pIe of Florida did not size him up incorrectly woman and girl there said things like r
of land in the drainage few weeks to person whose is '
in judging him to have enough this: 'Iin't It perfectly heavenly to any name given

oftheEverglaaei. Wheneve'r adollar's' I sense to be a Senator. "T-'akeland Telegram get out of doors and be close to nature us, and if they should desire to receive'it regularly -

worth of this land (Is sold Nor/ did he, as in the case ofCongressman and drop all the rush and worry:
and social doings that one has to- suffer thereafter, we would be glad to put
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of Trustees of the Frank Clark and Govenor
... ____ by the'Board In townf Then some one would them on our'a'bacriptloD' list at the regularrates.
is
Internal Improvement Fund, iiarmon's name aver that he speakng answer: 'Per-fectly grand 1 I am

twenty-five per cent of it mud 'for all Florida. lie Is content to o-o-o Urea of It alII'1 -

Into the Public School leave the voters of the state a 'Aha!" I said to myself. 1 hare
__ go chance to speak for themselves.-Miami found the place I have long been seek

Fund of the State. Metropolis. ing.' And I was Innocent enough to -- -
tKe State believe that I had.
I am advised by ..
t.imber..t. -
26 While. speaking of gubernatorial "Then In about a week I observed /
Treasurer that, oft February . strikes_us. rather: forcibly that that tin...Fink next door was moody "

1912, $150,216,14 ('f1ad been Watson is a candidate to be rekconedwith and restless.: Finally -she-burst.out; T7 "' .

), paid into the Public School Fund even if he Isn't,waging an "ag- with her troubles. She said aba had
A
.' under this Constitutional pro- greslve"'campaign (aa yet..)-Washington decided that she ought to give a Mammoth '
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.. Verdict party because she hadn't done:so for
'> vision. I am 'also adviseS bymber; of the Board of Trustee{ that two seasons, and was Indebted to all

the Trustees on this date had on hand, ready to turn over, $16OOO Hon. J. W. Watson, of Miami, candidate the old residents. She said It was : '
for Governor of Florida accompanied such hot weather that she just dreaded Clean Stock
," more, making a total of $165,216,14. by his manager J. Ira It, but It bad to be done and she

THIS AMOUNT HAS NOT COST THE TAX PAYERS ONE Gore, a well known former newspaperman might as well get It over. '

spent yesterday in the city in "So she walked two miles up and V

,, CENT.THE PUBLIC SCHOOL; FUND IS THIS MUCH RICHER. the interest of Mr. Watsons candidacy.The down and It the was lake so hot front that Inviting when she people got, Some things you buy aa cheaply as you can- \- : w ,'

This 1.250,000 acres ef land, at a conservative estimate, Mould two gentlemen spent the entire home the family had to put her to coal and ....wood for instance. You can't enjoy
when the drainage is complete time calling on well known Tampa bed /and keep Ice on her head all 1 1A
bring an average of$20.00 an acre citizens meeting in the course of the night and the doctor's bill we about coal; you don't wnnt it; but you have to have It; ,

i.' and the land put on the marked THIS WILL YIELD $25,000, day not less than 200 persona. Mr. ten' dollars. Mrs. Pink then used up 'it's a necessity-and so you buy it as cheaply.. .' a '

,! 000, twenty floe per cent of which, under the Constitutional provision Watson is well known here, has been a two days in driving about cajoling
to $6,250 and farmers Into promising to.deliver let you can. Now Furniture i 1& also a necessity but
f will go to the public school fund, amounting business man for thirty-one years,
spent sixteen years in the State Legislature tuce and parsley and chickens and at the same time you can enjoy it Think of the
1. 000. ii of the I things for her salad and another :
If these lands are depreciatedf one term as speaker sweet, unbroken rest 'on a Stearns & Foster t '
:: Now let's make some more figures. House[ of Representatives.Thirty whole day In making the salad r

,'f one dollar an acre by Mr. Clark's misrepresentations about Florida years ago, before there were "She nearly had nervous prostration Mattress, or the joy of a nicely furnished home aRIGHT
will over the lettuce because, as she said,
t the State will lose $1,250,00, and the Public School Fund any railroads coming into Tampa, Mr. the farmers didn't care whether they PRICES RIGHT TERMSIf

t LOSE 312500. This is TOO MUCH for the State and its SCHOOLCHILDREN Watson lived at Cedar Keys and as a did as they said they would. They it'. Furniture it ....
you can get at
Congress. man clerked for a large mer- regarded the desire for lettuce
L, to for Mr. Clark's valuable (?) services in young ,
pay
( cantile concern there and sold the merely as one of the silly vagaries
t' We have A GREAT STATE. Miller and Henderson boats considerable of the summer residents and she ..

It is WORTH DEVELOPING. knew if the lettuce farmer took It
? material. lie came by boat to Tampa
s Do want to help develop it ? If so help me to beat Clark and often on' business for the firm and Into his bead to go on a picnic or -1
you drive to town that day he'd do It, KISSIMMEE: : FURNITURE CO.
As I said last week in the watched ever
sits I put him out of the knocking business. says he has Tampa grow and then what should she do with
since. The old steamers Alabama
Miami Metropolis and in Dixie : forty women coming J. E. RUSH. Manager {
"j" Henderson and Cochrane with Cap- "We all worried Mrs.
is GOOD ENOUGH! were so over
v Florida
; The TRUTH about tain Jim and Donald McKay and Captain Fink's lettuce that we distractedly OPERA HOU... NBAR NBW DBPOTCHILDREN'S '.y

fo::\ The TRUTH about Mr. Clark is BAD ENOUGH! Bill Jackson, in command sup- 'walked the porch the morning of the .

> R. HUDSON BURR. plied this section. party, and when we saw the lettuce j I

;; Candidate for Congress Second District.I Mr. Watson states that at that time farmer really drive up we juet cheered t'S
w i"\ j jt out loud In our relief! He'. didn't ---- ::
there were only three or four storesin ,
I - bring the nice, crimpy, curly kind '
and he dreamed that
; C> Tampa never that she had ordered
the would develop into the big
city
: I A "It was about 110 degrees In the
hustling metropolis that it is now.- .
shade that afternoon, and If you 'r '(
Tampa Tribune. walked by any house in the place you "J

! Senator Nathan Bryan is out in an could hear mutterings and grumbling t
from the within who
CLEARANCESALE unhappy women
interview in support of Wilson, whichis
J1'M were trying to curl their hair and get
the first mistake he has made since
Into their party clothes. AH of them Ready-to-wear
&t he went to the Senate.-Tampa Tri- were wondering what Mrs. Fink wanted .

,, bune. to give a party for, anyway had ,I "
35 wasn't It horrid baring to go? The I '
I. $; 4 perspiration rolled off: Mrs. Fink's .Special,line! of Children's finelymadeGingham

In order to make room for large p5 y face as she told her guests how glad Madras and Percale) ; sses % ,
, shipments of, Spring Goods now she was to see them and then,everybody \ i
on the road we will' make the Sayl sat' and crocheted and moppedher and Galatea. rompers.. : ,. .J ; '<'I, '
following reductions: [ They face and ate three times more < ...rlrLadies' .
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than was digestible and said what a ,
!,: Shoes That beautiful time she had had and then Dresses P' .

.. rushed home to get Into a kimono and , ,
: WERE NOW T Some remark made by Editorsof to feel thankful that It was over. dlr.

the State retarding Kiisim- "Then Sally Casey, arrived one day In pretty- designs, in Ginghams.. Madras '
$5.00 $4.50 and asked me to an afternoon bridge and Percale.
and Kusimmee's
mee great
party. The weather was perfectly
4.00 3.50 ::1 II paper, The Valley Gaiette. Ideal the kind that makes you want
I to run bareheaded through the Woodland Ladies" Underwear <'

3.50 \ 3.00 Claude L'Engle shout because you're alive.\ But ', ;.

The action of the council In deciding we sat all that,glorious afternoon Indoors "
Editor of DIXIE sod THE BUN An especially fine line well made and ?
2.50 to investigate the cost of vitrified brick quarreling over cards and I !, !
' 3.00 for paving purposes has been received waa sick two days from the stuff ]I of good material. ;3 ,t
Candidate for ate, and a woman who didn't get the g "l
with general satisfaction. The pavingof
2.35 .,
2.75 '
prize said that the woman who did ji
would be important *
: First street a most -
I' cheated.
' 2150: 2.25 CongrcssmanatLargePrimaries improvement, the value of which "By that time every woman In the

t 1912He from the standpoint of both business place caught ,the entertaining fever, Mrs.: E. L. p'e'wee'i: ;
l convenience and pleasure can scarcelybe :
,225 2.00 There were invitations out for nearly .,.
estimated. ,afternoon + 1s
every and evening because
he fought for the People'e
2.00 1.72 every one was afraid that If she didn't 1'j'I'
'; right for six yee".. He will Klssimmee is. just now" engaged in give a party she wouldn't be askedto 1
paving some of its streets with vltri. the others and, of course nomatter .
1.75 1.50 continue this) ea>me>fight in the :
fled brick. Mayor Stanford laid the how much yon hate to go you

ante forceful way In Oongr'... first brick a few days ago and commenting nearly die if you dont get the chanceto '
I: 1.50 1.25 upon the occasion the Kisslm go. Nobody bad any time to do FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, C
i anything but whitewash her shoes
Vote fOr 'L'Engle mee Valley Gazette said Good streets '
1.25 1.00 and press out her dress-op dresses 1
and terms.
progress are synonymous 15,000 ACRES'j
and your choice for DistrictCongressmen. and shampoo her hair.
\ When the first vitrified brick was laid
) 1.00 .85tt TOO "There, were sewing parties and ,
Broadway Klssimmee took a long '
on card parties and luncheon parties and Finest Land in the Kisnimmoo 'Valley: : 1'or'' ?
forward Scores of favor-
.75 step. people, corn roasts and watermelon parties ,:G, "
,85 ;
-- ably Impressed by well paved streets and teas and people got thin and haggard COLONIZATION "
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f will stay to investigate and will become and and :f'1
r SALE FOR CASH residents of this city, who would other- quarrelsome dyspeptic, and above It all cross rose and the This tract comprises mod of Towasbip 29, Huge 31, Ind lies along-the. ., 't', !;):J t(
; OSCEOLA '"' ;
FOLKS
J LI wise turn aside in disgust and go to wail at each party: 'Why did she EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEE', Aw.fThia

: some other city. The brick streets are take it Into her head to give a party large body of water afford f lie water pretKt frost that ,..

I': LMWH! DEN&CO, ', I lion. Steve Acree, who has made the best investment this city has yet and make me climb out of the hammock is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to the successful prow oi,(eitrei ..

*.j *i i 1:Oaceola county.famous in the last twoI made.-Fort Myers Press sacrifice and my.eltl'get Into I Yet tight we clothes were and all fruits and early vegetable Every person familiar with Florida knows this.' .... ;. .. ,

I sessions of the Florida legislature was A view on Broadway in Kissimmee scared to death for fear there would Tbs situation is Idea, being only two hours by automobile from' Kissimmee .. ,/, ft 1
ter-' -'-- .-+I-- i a 'vi.ltorIn our city Tuesday. MrAcree be a party: that we would not bo. and also directly on the,water route between Klsslmmee and thai, . : i ,. t
in the Valley Gazette las
published Kisslmmee River and lower : Oiceola ..
County where
lands.are., PW1.r '
informs that he Will not stand Ii
Defender of Tariff of 1909. ,us week; gives an idea of the serious business !- asked to. j being sold at thre. times what I ask for this,, "flFOR

: The tariff-act of 1909 has been I Investigated I, for re-election. to the: legislature this i of paving with brick in that pretty "But a great and bitter rebellion. Call otf o* write toQraystone eL I: ,. : ...,; ; .
by several competent and year, an announcement 'which, wJl{ be i was seething ,within pie and one dayI ro '
and rapidly growing city. But they; 0. W. WARD. OWNERl ;. : .
found soul who could :
disinterested persons. The results of received with profound regret by those a understand. 331r
have serious people in Kissimmee aDd Hotel KUsioim e., Florida .
their, Investigation may be found in who are In the habit of attending; Catherine Smith and I fairly weptas r \!'
these know the value of
good paving .
,
.. Tarbell's- "Tariff[ In NDnr Own Florida's legislative sessions.-Plant we both talked at once and confessed
and even If Broadway has been properly how we hated' summer : "
'Tar- parties "
iff Times History, In of Professor the United Tausslg's States" la City Courier. named, and requires whole lot of when we wanted to rest from the effects .****....+ +sselas.ws..s.........................,...........[wwiwil. ....eae.+lwt' '.?' Y

;, Professor Coman's, "Industrial History Mr. Donegan has resigned as clerk of I brick, they will have something worthwhile of the winter parties : 'q." \ .. },.,A'.

of the United States," and In various the court of old Osceola in order to run when It is finished. =Times-Union "As we were discussing possible GOOD PICTURES GO TO *1 ';. },l, .j.: Ct
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magaslne article of importance, in- for State Senator; and Air. Hillburn is .

. eluding Prof. WUllaV articles in the to resign his seat In.the ,senate to ,become with a shriek. 'I have ItI'! she THE GEM STUDIO f'! '.-
--, Mystery. cried. 1 know bow we can escape all
: Journal of Political-Economy, and an '
congressional aspirant The
exceptionally thorough study in the aL Another.thing-how do an,the men the' rest of the parties! Just say: I HALL.*. PArNTBR.. PffOFMIBTOTM '+. '''':'C''':' ":
; Review of'Rm.... old adage relative to office-holders who stand around and watch a aky "No, thank you" Instead of "Tea, \' /' '.:),jI j/'(
l. never resigning no longer hold good in scraper being built make a living at thank you," wb n we are asked! } "I ; "

{f r thejevl.ton; .All of these was investigators farcical.. agree: that Florida.-Palatka Times Herald.' ttt-OeJvestoa 'N.wl.- _" really was simple wasn't _It? I : L

('' If> ,A The only, defenses of the act !have The cut and platform of, Hon. John ,So came that known was what aa the we social did and outcaate'we .be: Dealen..in Ansco Cameras and Films also'Cyfo PaputJ. t

*oome-.cb'8OarCft.. members .wVy fe found. on another-pajce: -: Bewere ef Fits ef Passlen.Seiabmtb '' Cnmagen Woods, because U yon dont 1 t Work ,done lot Amateurs promptly. ',Florida riew of,.'afl S
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sod memo -
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of this pper.This Is aeomprenensiv 1o-thetr'Dart1erthe-woeaen-alrget> kln ar-Prlca :
the wool trust which I prints an through a microscope who offers himself go F reasonable AH work guaranteed jf6- "J --
platform of principles broad enough mad at you. After they were all mad '. !, I "
la fit of .
'elaborate puff of schedule K la the to be caught a passionLJ.O. /- 3tTTT.'TTTTt oj
'" ewreat Issue of'the;Outlook-**.aa. for. eli the" people of. ;Florida- :to",stand, .- ........ at u* Catherine sad I bad a d&lgbUultl'ma. -.---yo TTTTTTt-- '.,'.lT.t-T.,I- '- ........'..' .'"...._.....t-T.....l1I- N

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( I I'Pain\ 6 \} THE KlSSlMBlEE VALLEY GAZETTE March 8, '1912 I

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The Kissimmee Gazette day night I In his store, and his wife and remains of the battleship will be' convoyed .

Valley. his wife and children ao ,badly Injured to the chosen spot with all. colors
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-f that they will die. The robber and flying.
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(.'T murderer used and dealt '
an iron pipe
'W. B. HARRIS '. .' Editor and Proprietor Following the riots of mutineers in
his victims blows over the head until "
Pelcln-3.000 foreign troops patrolled
11 :.J. D. KUYKENDALL ,, Associate. .Editor, they were unconscious, when he rifted the streets of the city; and. order was I
I I's. the house at his leisure and made goOd
RQYALY
' = restored. The foreign,troops will keep
IIJ PUBLISHED EVER FRIDAY- his escape the railways open: Some rioting look

i '. OFFICES!! IN VALLEY!: GAZETTE BUILDING: A man by the name of J. R. Etchi place in Tien Tim, but the governmentwas

I ,/ ".. KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. son, of ,St. Joseph Mo., was found in able to handle the, situation,
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......... after search hex i l, +
. iI i\\ Tampa .Saturday, Dr. Sun .Yat Sen and Dr. Wu Ting
'
I ; / .SUBSCRIPTION 'RATES: ,r been made tor him over the'country'athe Pang have'gone to Peking to aid the PoWdei

! -t' One copy, one :year < ,., .. ,. .., ? .. ,..., _", $1.60 instance--of Mrs.- Etchison. His president of the Chinese republic, Yuan
''
1 One copy six months ."', .75 mind is practically a blank for the Shi Kai to restore order. *
The capitalof
1 I i' !, One copy, three month ..; .. .. ,* .. . .40 period of his absence from home, but the republic will be removed,to Peking "-
his bank account has diminished $100
'" for the time least Dr. .
being at
: 'I' All communication; except from our authorized correspondents! must be 000. He left home to go to Excelsior ABSOLUTELY PORE
,i signed! by the writer. Springs to take mud baths. Sun, .in this act, shows himself a patriot .
\ In that be gives up his :cherished
Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. Punta Gorda is to have a new bank ambition. for the good of the. new re-
The institution will be capitalized at public.
I Entered at the Postoffice In Kissimmee Fla., as second-class mall matter. $15,000. .
The rebellion in Mexico against the :
I home-
I Friday. a.roh 61'A.2: : .,. 'Pensacola is to have a new twelve Mexican government continues to be Makes delicious
.i story hotel. The structure will occupy troublesome, fighting having occurredIn baked loods of' maximum
. site 150x125 feet and will be erected Chihuahua, Juarez and other points
I, :::-We wish the Kisslmmee papers would that the greater warmth of August ''a Chicago capitalists. It will take within the past week. f quality at minimum cost ,

, /get our'' name right-Sanford Herald. will automatically warn us of our fateif eleven months to complete the a ..
......... Please, ma'am, what is It? we continue unregenerate. And yetit work. Mass The Investigation of the Lawrence, Makes home baking ,
that were their deduction In the mat ? textile strike by the congresfflonaV ,

Lakeland is preparing lay sewers. ter it would seem the part of wisdomto committee is revealing some particularly pleasureThe

.f We'are glad to see these villages drop. spend the winter months in the snow atrocious outrages by the police -

ping Into the procession behind the bound North,where the summers would I POLITICS OF WEEK strikers.against women and. children

progressive city of Kissimmee. furnish so much better warning of Impending only Baking Powder

fate than' zephyr-fanned. Florida -
Crape
{l' Our proofreader said to us on Wednesday can give. Woodrow Wilson made from Royal
opened. a speaking EVENING-
I just after the big 'deluge, In connection with our wondermentas campaign in Iowa ,MUSICAL [ Cream of Tartar'
, '"You ought to find plenty of localitems to the winter wickedness of Floridawe J '..

i Ii floating around now." Yes, indeed have wondered whether our zealous, W. J. Bryan attacked Roosevelt Unusually tar ge'Attendance Enjoys
, strongly in a speech in Wyoming, de- ,* '.
rebuked him. talkative and embarrassed - "
we pecuniarily i Social. No Alum No Umu' Pfur:I 1* *
friends find the spirit impelling them I clared against any kind of a third term Tuesday Night

J Knockers cannot account for twopeople Into the cool fastnesses of Maine, say, and told the Republicans if they want- The attendance at the Tuesday nightChapter j
+ being on the streets of Pensa- in the summer months.' Whatever the ed a progressive, LaFollette would best House social this week was s'--- ''''' r
1- cola now where one appeared last year, represent them. ...:l "
.. nor why the substantial improvements cause of the attack, Kissimmee within unusually large, and the hostesses.
V' continue to build.-Pensacola Journal. the put two or three months has received Gov. Odie, of Nevada, declared him- Mrs. Buckles and Miss Aultman, assisted ---
i Tnose two people must crowd each the earnest attention of several self favorable to T. R. by the Kissimmee Orchestra, gave ;
) I The socials are open to thubli and Phillips.Griffin.
other terribly. nomadic evangelists, of every conceiv- their guests a most delightful evening.The .
Clark issued ref in the resident visitor,
Speaker a vigorous everyone city, ,
I able tvoe. Wn trust the city has -- . early part of the evening was and
the who deserting invited attend. A nominal admission A quiet unexpected marriage was
buke to public officials are is to
ENTITLED TO IT. profited by th'i i; vlsita"We are quite take up with conversation and with I that of Miss Sallie M. Griffin to Mr. M,
their posts of duty to engageIn fee of 10 cents is charged to
sure they have.State. music by the orchestra. A contest in I Phillips; which occurred last:Sunday: afternoon -
political campaigns. which pay the slight expenses. i at 3:00: o'clock at the home of
the of flowers
Hon. Arthur E. Donegan, of Kissimu names the letters 1 Mrs. Pfann, Mrs. Ellis and Miss ,,, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. May, Judge May
mee, candidate for senator from OeceW. Roosevelt opener headquarters at his having been mixed, were to be properly -" Wilder will be the hostesses next week, performing the ceremony in his usual
Oyster Bay home. He met a big crowdof arranged, occupied a half hour I dignified and impressive. style on solemn
and counties will receive a and
L ola Orange BrevitiesItems a most interesting program is being -
newspaper men, and talked quite pleasantly.Miss occasions of this character. Mr. Phil-
good support in this section for two arranged.
returned to Brooks
freely, the first time for several Gaines in her attractive lips recently county
1; good reasons: He is qualified to hold - --- sang I from Kissimmee. Fla., where he has
k' the position and h. Is entitled to the fathered here and among months. way, and responded to an encore. I been spending the put few years.

I office because Orange county has held the towns of Sunny Florida The Taft campaign committee has Another orchestra selection and a Will Locate Here.Mr. Quitman Ga., Advertiser.Mr. .

"i the office for the full time limit and I assigned Roosevelt to the Ananias clubby splendidly rendered piano solo by Mien
'' of letters Lord concluded one of the pleasantest J. W. McAllister, of Decker Phillips writes the Valley Gazetteas
/ Osceola county should have it this time. the publication, recently ,
Sanford Herald. Lakeland has secured practically all I written by the Colonel In which he declared socials yet held at the Chapter House. Ind., arrived in this city Wednl'sda.1 follows:
J' of the ($16,000 needed to build its big Punch was served during the with his family, consisting of wife and "We are getting along very well up
candidate.
he would not be a two children, and to locate in I
Y'1... # ; A SUGGESTION. Chautauqua auditorium. A building; I These Tuesday night evening'j) Kissimmee. Mr. McAllister's expects interestin here, only the weather has been very
;,f f::, I seat 3,000 people is planned.A I Woodrow Wilsons's supporters claim among the most delightful events of, this section has been maintained I wet and cold and I have thought more

j. ..... fire at Bagdad caused $20,000 loss that the opponents or the governor ,the city's weekly life. The women of'' through reading the Valley Gazette. )I'than one time that I would like to be in
We should like to suggest to the City admitted that he will This is his third here and he
have virtually go I the A. trip says
to the Stearns-Colver Lumber Co. W. L. give to the plans no little Kissimmee and get a good drink of
"" 1 the Board of Trade the with he likes it better every time he comes '
Council and into the Baltimore convention a
,
earnest thought, and vie with eachJther lie likes it well that he is I water and sit in that sunshine you have
i fi I of the cost and Fort Meade is agitating the questionof the be- I so now going
matter investigating majority of delegates. They "
4: to make the guests feel at home. to stay. nown there. Yours truly, M. Philips.
practicability of lining the parkway on organizing a board of Trade. LikewileArcadiL lieve he will secure the necessary two- I

r. Broadway with ornamental electroliers.; From Kiasimmee's experience thirds on the second or third ballot. - -

Most cities find this one of the mOltljexcellent with her Board of Trade we -- -- ------ \
ways of adding attractiveness can testify that they're handy thingsto i

'r -only most cities have around the town.

I parkways' in which to place the One of the must sensational murdersin News O WeekLeading

4e J ,: a row of artistically designed the criminal history of the state was I !

;c / posts, each bearing cluster of lights, the murder of Dr. H. C. Spencer, of AUCTION SALE "

;were' to be placed along each side of Gainesville, last week. Dr. Spencerhad event the past seven

r' :k: the, i Broadway parking we believe it been called, ostensibly, to attend a days summarized for busy .
n, 4. i would go far toward making this what 'C
1 man at a turpentine camp, anti when Valley Gazette readers .
"" It ougbt to ''be;' and will be-the most .
1 +. he did not return a search was made
i t;i1 'f.j '. beautiful" street in Florida' for him. His, auto> 'was found abouttourjmiles OF : ; 5
',I, As the result of a window smashing ,
trom his home| and after a '
: ( YOU. crusade more than a hundred suffragettes
; THANK .
, j( , two day search his body was found two
,\ If', .: .,SF''*->' mile from the auto. He had:been shotin in London were jailed. Mrs. '
Pankhurst, the' leader' of the militant
1.I( The illustrated edition of the Kissim the bead with a shotgun Five negroes suffrage movement, threw the first S. J. TRIPLETT'S RESIDENCE

,; t.' mee Valley Gazette issued last week were arrested soon after the discovery stones, breaking several windows in
was a gem. The illustrations pictured and on Friday H. G. Welch, of
residence.An .
the premier's
1, many. scenes and places familiar to us, New Haven Conn., a friend of the '
I but the best of all was a picture of the dead man, who had been selected as offered raise of 5 per cent by the I AND GROUNDS

future'vhome, of the paper. Bro. lIar- one of the pallbearers, was arrested.At wool and cotton mills of Lawrence,

9 'rls baa certainly made a success of his the coroner's inquiry Saturday all- Mass., was refused by.the workmen at Corner of Main and Orange; Streets

-t ::''. ', paper-which'how': stands among the ,of the suspects were released.Sanford who have been on strike for several NORTH KISSIMMEE '
The weeks. Their original demand was a
wetklles in the state.
'1 leading is expecting this season a will be held
edited and 15 cent Increase. on
Valley Gazette is ably printed per *
new cannery, a tourist hotel, a new
'.'' and deserves;the handsome home it steamship line, a country club and a The new republic of China has run

': -_ :' : now has instead of,the aback In which Y. M. C. A. building.: Pleasant expec- into trouble already, mutineers having SATURDAY MAR: QTH

"':t ,,:," 1 'It was' formerly printed. No news tations. engaged in riots in Pekm, and started .
I "!- .. paperman in Florida will begrudge Bro. fire which caused 15,000,000 damage '
a \
\
... -Harrls the, good fortune that has ber' Another black crime has been addedto AT 2:30 P. M.
,. -- *!fallen hun.-rlnvernesa Chronicle. Jacksonville's long list, making eight It has been decided to sink the hulkof ,
of the game kind in less than a year'a -the battleship Maine in the waters

:: : -, SO. time. The last was that of S. Silver- of the Gulf of Mexico. The burial of MAYOR H. CLAY STANFORD Auctioneer .t.tt

1 t ,I ;i IT .SEEMS stein a grocer and the same motive, the historic craft will be accomponled "

,'iI I Z'l!> :;".. robbery., Silverstein was killed Satur- by,an elaborate ceremony, and what t
1'- '",'.,, 'A local editor,was,accused: of letting + +
a :; I bontica alone.. H. countered thusly

Z ,i
1. ''Politicians' are not governors they are

'far-seeing parasites.They.are broadminded not level-headed statesmen,, nine rooms, all necessary outhouses such as r ',.\M:

th r are .' set l J A0B the masculine feline woodsheds chicken houses etc. 14 ;
? i 1 4ike purring receiveda bearing .
Among other good just :
-4 I iwien their belly is full and their pleasure -
'undisturbed they are sleek and conS new line ofLINENS orange trees 7 peach trees 2 mulberry :' .
'tan ted. bat when they must share with trees t
t their neighbors they scratch the eyes, I ,' ,
and lot of bushes.
-
? :, out: oftheir best friends., a guava .:
I "
We judge from the foregoing amiable ':;,' . j
:
r : ,re marks that the editor In question does t. '. in <>Oyster White and other colors.PIQUES + +
r i', 'twf>.,fke polities. There Is a sort of 1 .
a'' bier t t .' I j
earnestness .In words that would .. \

ti It.p'; 'i' ': .'.tbd eento.'matter'indicate-quite some' appropriate slight feeling to Hot In : :rt:, ; I THE GROUNDS COMPRISE HALF A BLOCK AND ARE 150X200 FEET .: ,!

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Springs. 'h;:( 4" .' ,,at various prices. '' + + f l
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: ',WINTER WICKEDNESS .. Terms of sale, one-half cash, balance in I

+ r xis -, OF- FLORIDA.. . c WHITE- FLAXON' VOILLEKatz's twelve months at eight per cent J

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wondered several times just 4
We nay* :
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i :son. That this utter degeneracy: exists For any further Information regarding this splendid property

r there. can hardly be any
of the swarm of peripatetic: evangelists ,

:wbo swoop .down on this defenseless --- -r - NJE L SON" -RE ALTY COM'PAHY'tKISSIMMEEFLORIDA : ---'- - .-1
,region between November and May. ; ; .:

C? ''We are justa little puzzled to'' know AI 7" :

why, w. heathenish mortals in Kisslm : ,
:mee need conversion so.much>more InV )1.. 't'

; February ,ay...thmo:we do In August.Perhaps "O.1lt" ,
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March S, 1912] f THE KIS8IMMEE, TALLEY GAZETTL 'P.Jl'

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TH6 KlsslmmeeValleu I Gazette C. Buckets, over KaU's store, ha Millinery opening! at Mis* 'Mattie .-' 1 ,
: bad fifty-one year experience in Flor- Band,'., 16th-and 16th of March. It-
TBLBPHONBNO.il. da, and know what kind
t Pi" I I im I people w.nt.If you have any of property to self, Mi'-Eugene. Bryan, of Jacksonville., ;

-PUBLISHED 'EVERY FRIDAY. see him; I it.will pay you. BOtf lilted his parent here last -week.

y -BY- Pay your poll' tax today,. Mrs. A.. c. Ordway and children, of "
.
w. a.Weather. HARRI.. Lake .
.
Tampa, 'are visiting her sister, Mrs. G.
.
Mr. Edgar Katz ha returned home .
D. Jbioone. [ : IV
9ernVi11a
-'--- : from k month' vacation, which ha ,
.
pent. with his brother Howard R iI. i- Read our announcement column this ,
r Report I.,' Mo., where thelatter is studying week. Several new candidates have ."
,
mining engineering in' the Missouri entered the lists since our,last Istue., .0 '.I .1

3chpol of Mines. Miss her " "'"" Ii.
Following: are the daily ternpefature : Bandy announces millinery ." '
F and precipitation aa II Pay your poll tax, today..,, opening' March IS and 16. 'Beautiful .j. --. ;AA. '. .;"' "
display. of pattern hat from St. Louis ' "
i. reported.taUon'at by the Government. Rev. A.. M., Chisholm,.will,preach on I' and Cincinnati. 11-lt Jnthe;; Hill' Country and Lake ,Region : ,: ;. : '
r. Klsslmmee for the I ,
r the follow Inc'"ubject.. Sunday: "The trifle carloads ,r.
A 40 of '.
,
,.\'. week ending ,Mar.,7; 1912f' Insistent Voice of a Life" in the morning .1 been over shipped from this point orangesiave and S t ';> .K/ '" I

::\',;"i S .' ... KIN. BAIN- and '"Sowing and Re lplnJtn in the the season I.I closed except scattered' .. ." Altitude 253 Feet. ''' ", .' 'J. .'
> .
: 'ii\ Friday .. .. ... 74 66 . vening shipments of late fruit. .

'" Saturday .. . 75 53Sunday. . Sealed oysters at Lincoln'*. Best of Supt.W. J. Sear made a tnp In his ,
.. ...... . 78 54 . are resh.taken, of them on arrival. Always IWtLayman' auto to Bassenger this week carrying ,.. .. ' ",. ." J ,

j', Monday.. .. . 81 67 .. -t County cOmml..lonerW:. S. Pearce/ ,
Tuesday;. ..... 79....63 ... '* meeting next Sunday afternoon and W. W. Chandler member of the ", 1, ,, ,
Wednesday .-. 69 63 2.75 at 8 o'dock.t the Christian School Board, to their home at that \

Thursday . . 67 61 .'. church will; be led by Bra Gardner.. place.A ,. -' >,
.
Jf Special music and an interesting pro-
gram. All men ''and boys cordially In- home in the northern part of town
--- --- ------ vited. A S. Nelson, Chairman. belonging Scipio Levine was destroyed Lake Gem Land Compainy"l:
I WL NNNNNNNN" '' ''''''''' : by fire Monday morning about }

1 Pay your poll tax today.Messrs. 2:30. The alarm was given so late that ,,

i THE LOCAL FIELD. .Doc Lightsey W. H. Lewis the fire department could not reach the J. E. MATTOCKS Pres. & Manager .

.nd// party returned to this city by house before it was destroyed. Los '
.J launch Wednesday from the Lfghtaey- $400, covered by insurance. KISSIMMEE, FLA. )

' 1 ......NMwN4NK' %% Parsons ranch, where they had been Mr. J. T. G. Crawford of Jackson: K'

pending a few days' outing, and left vllle; spent a few hours in the city last '

I.. Pay your poll fax today. on the afternoon train for Bariow. Saturday with his brother. AttorneyW. .. .. . '...'.

Mr. Willis Nettles was in the city More and more people going to Lin- B. Crawford. Mr., Crawford is a .
oln's, 12 m. to 2. p. m., to catch the candidate for delegate to the National .
from Whittier this week. good; things. If you get in the noonday Democratic convention, and is in favor AO:

( Those new Cluett soft shirts. with soup there you are alright. 11-lt .of Woodrow Wilson as the nominee for

soft detached collars at Katz'. 11-tf Pay your poll tax today.. president.Mr.' 1 1':

Pay your poll tax today. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holt, Miss Frances and Mrs. Frank Estey, of West ANY TIME YOU WANT '\+

If you find yourself a little off, try Powers, of Tennessee, and Mr. Branch, Mich., are now' comfortably ,
brains and eggs at Lincoln's. 11-lt Dozier Leitner were the guests of Mr. located tri their own home,,at the Nelson I i ia

Major and Mrs. T. M. Murphy have H. Fleming on a pleasant fishing expe- cottage in South Kissimmee, which rr

gone to Safety Harbor, Fla., for a dition on Wednesday. They said they they purchased while here last season. Hi Ss&xE&aB f--i I
had several! fish for luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Estey are both strong for
brief visit Cissimmee, and we are pleased to note watch come and select it here. We hare a collection .' '
How is it cannot make
Miss Phyllis Jerrell has reaped from good coffee everybody Lincoln s has it every they are Interesting a cumber of their that include every grade, ererjr style of case

Gainesville where she has been visiting hour in the day.__ 11-lt Michigan friends in this section.K. ,u \ :' and every price. You'll,find every watch a reliable! '
friends for several weeks.The .
:Pay your poll tax today O. Yarn has sold the Fort Meade a y + time keeper, no matter 'how little you pay ''for it.. i

Men's Shirts largest ever and shown prettiest Kissimmee line of iMeaar.-; H. Ludlam and G. M. Leader to R. O. Meek, a former resident ; We guarantee every watch we sell, whether it be

at Katz'. 11-tf liacDonough were in Bushnell the early of Kissimmee, who served as sec- o; s the one dollar kind or the moat costly movementand

part' of the week. Thev have a bid for retary of the board of trade of that caae. ." '.
Miss Geiger, of Norfolk Va., and
held that
several Having
the construction of the new $50,000 city years.
.Miss Strickland, of Plant City, are the
of the Leadermust :
the
Sumter county court house and are position, new owner
charming guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.Nickles. "
and doubtless
hopeful of securing the contract. be a good "booster, -(
will make the Leader even more
Smoke "Boone' Straight" and The new bread food, Sweet Potato active and progressive than it has beenin '
Flour. Send lOc in for trial S
"Oaceola." None better. Made in stamps the past. Editor Simmons' name S
Kissimmee. 10-tf Fla.package. A. F. SpawnKissimmee 11-tf remains at the masthead under the new Jeweler and

' Members of the Village Improve- Pay your poll tax today.A ownership.-Tampa Tribune. I C. A.. COLE I "j

ment Society will please remember the Kissimmee always well representedat Optometrist
party 'of citizens of St. Cloud left
March 12, at,3
Tuesday
meeting un the dances given here, to St Cloud .
for the East Coast. the first of this weekto
House. -
o'clock at the Chapter reciprocated last Friday whfn a dance
examine the land between St. Cloud
y.
Pay poll tax today. was given at the skating rink in our
your I and Cocoa, to deterowio which. is the {
sister city. Mr. and Mrs. Woodbeck, _ H >
.
' Rev. David D. Kidd will hold servicesin most feasible location for the proposednew --- .n i
" Miss Ford. Miss Bartlett and Mr. SamBramm.r
the Episcopal church on :Sunday road.
went over, making the tripIn '
next. Morning: Prayer, sermon and Mr. E. C. Dusenberry, the popular' Mr. Gardner's automobile as his '

l Holy Communion at 10:30: o'clock. head of one of the departments of the i guests. There were about thirty couples '
:
Dolly Madison High Shoes for Ladies M. Katz store, left Tuesday morningfor in attendance and the party from :
.only S.60.! at Cash Store. 6-tf a month's stay in Tampa. Mr. Du here report having had a grand time; a *, .

Married. -At Narcoossee. on Satur- senberry goes down for a surgical op- statement which we believe the more -
day, by Mr. F. W. full Washington eration, and takes with him the best readily because of hearing familiar
Tyndall and Mrs. Blanche Cox, both of I wishes of a host of friends in this city. voices singing "We'll do the ,same ; < :

,,Crabgrass. fax 'I thing over again" as an automobile Il I5 the '-
"I, Pay your poll today, Title ; oo'dfli:yt'fa
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passed under our window during the weehours ;
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,.\:' .$,' : : the m umelpallmprovement. 'Committee '. '' -.r
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\\'t..1'' v'-r<".' '. . ' ', .... lO-tf i "Tribune. < .
of the Board of Trade, has appointed : "
Mr. F. W. Hill, the wide awake merchant the following' members to serve with' i ir

) of Narcoo Bee, was in the city him on that committee: Dr. J. C. Left his Wife.Mr. Is the. main question and should always be answered '
i the first of the week. He reports Moore, Messrs. M. Katz, W. B. Harris -
R. I D. Frankford, of Novinger, ,I
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everything prospering\ in his section and Fred S. Gilbert Mo., departed for his home last Wed- by a disinterested authority. The :

Any work done at the Cash Store The local Board" Trade has been nesday. He has been sojourning here '
Jewelry Sbop,"next door postoffice, since the middle of December and is
invited to send representatives to a
if fully guaranteed. P. G. White. 2-tf Title
meeting called by President Taft, to be well pleased with Kissimmee and vicin- Guaranty Coywill

; Pay your poll 1 tax today held in Washington, April 15, for the ity, having made Investments in this :: .

; Mr. D. S. Mark o'f Topeka, Kan., purpose of organizing something in the locality. He expect to return againas l '
has bought the house on Verona avenue nature of a national board of trade. soon at he can.arrange his affair at ..
..: belonging to Mr. C.: W. Barrett. He Invitations have been sent to 1,000 I home. Mr. Frankford la a splendid search and examine the title to' the land"; whichr."JSE; ,

and his wife will the residence. local organizations.: gentleman, and we have but one '
occupy fault you are about to purchase Osceola County elsei"i"r .
find with biB visit here: he ia a or ..:"
'l '' Have you tried the pumpkin pies at County Commissioner W. S. Pearce man and did not bring his wife along to where in Florida, and if found to be good will Gaarari- "'.. .
:
kind when
Llrcon's: ? Samje you got and W. W. Chandler, member of the .
,
I enjoy the comforts, of our excellent ,.IT *ff**
11lt"Mr.
kid.
you were a school board came from Bassenger I tee loss
up you against 'by reasoti of" mortgages liend'
climate. While she no doubt ha a ? ,
arid. Mr*. Francis Scott Key, of by launch and attended the meeting '
good home In the North,' if he '
wantetj claims.
unpaid taxes and' adverse
Kiislmmee were calling friends herein of their respective boards this Week 'c .
... to play ,entirely fair he should have
town on Tuesday;-St. Cloud Tri They were accompanied by Mr. and It is '
bune. Mrs. Joseph McClellan .and Mr. JohQ brought her with him. Mr. Frankford our business to protect our .cHents'arid patrons .
7 Chandler. would have enjoyed the winter'a great against investments in imperfect t : '*'"" ,
titles. ; ; '
I We ''ccot .f" .
If choice, and{ you are particular deal better here than'anyplace in Missouri ,
Will phone call 186 and for make accuracy estimates and from dispatch.your Pay your poll tax today. no matter how nice a home she pUsh this by a thorough,',search of the. ;'records ;and 'i'' it

Mr. C. A. Cole has the Interest has, and beside that it' takes moreelaborate .
own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer purchased the issue of our TITLE POLICY Guaranteed
and Interior Decorator. Box 3 139. 6-tf of Mr. G. W.. Funk in the jewelry convenience and comfort to : or ,.Certificate ;:
store formerly owned'jointly by the please a married man, When he'is away of Title., "- Y Y4t
Pay your poll tax today. two men m Lakeland. Mr. Cole is now from. his wife; He I I. a little more

Don't bother jgettlng Sunday dinner' the sole'owner of the Lakeland storeas cranky as a rule hence not so' apt to The Title Guarantee Cotnpuy dries a Genera] Abstract. BubeM tlro BMrt the state of.Florida '
not need of it. Lincoln s easier and full well, as the C A Cole store in this see.all.the good qualities of a. country. Abstracts City aid Coaaty-Preperty Bade and delivered l "
and lots of work. o> abort aotk ,
saves
a* cheap you 1l-1t city. Mr. Funk who ia quite wen However if we are able to suit folk i
known r in this city will return to Iowa. under 'adverse condition, we ought to ri ,'t rt '
\ Mr.*! N. A.'Ross, ebterAf-Mrs:S.: B. tickle them to death under more favorable <1 /..
Aultman, left for her homo In LosAngele Mrs. N. C.\ Bryan entertained the circumstances.Audlofh. -
r *, this week, after'an extended member of the Philathea and the Ba i :
V: In Mrs. Ross I has raca fiible'elasaes of the Baptist Sunday -
visit this city. large
.circle of friends her-who have greatly school On Wednesday'night, Feb. Sale. .
\ 6U'AItANTY
enjoyed her visit to Kissimmee.If 28. The evening was informally and Everybody come to the! auction sale "TITLE[ CO : j;

you have property you desire to most enjoyably'spent.. One outcome of of the Triplett borne on North Main' :
sell, see C. Buckets, over KaU' store.. the meeting was_ the organization of a street Saturday morning 230. !:z.. ,
He has bad fifty-one year experience B. Y, If. V., which held its first devo- I cellent opportunity to secure a fine . '
lit Florida, and ,!know what the people tional meeting last Sunday night and i home with excellent bearing; orange +
want 1 fiO.U will 'meet hereafter regularly before tree Capital Stock $100Oo0oo-: ._ ;:m

'; Pay your poll tax today, the evening preaching .."Ie.. '

Prof.t De. Wilton Alderman, of B..ne.r. ,.*- Pay your poll tax Uday. tention Florida from I I. now homeseekers attracting more than atten-any ,"ROLL D. JUDSON, President ED WAR DA. ,NA5H, Secretary 4-,. .. .' ; -; : 'i

--.. was in the city thiawek: on' his delightful leap year party w. state in the Union, and Osceola county V.. R. JUDSON, Treasurer TOOMER & REYNOLDS, Cea, Cewel. =' )16,*.
bom from a trip to Tampa and I.I attracting attention than "
way given last Friday night at the borne of more any l- : :
.DeLand. hi which he combined business Miss Marietta Pfann. The evening county to Florida. Send 25 cent for a .,. -" .. .;" ; ..-, rJ ,
with pleasure. to and contests copy of the illustrated magazine editionof - '. "r' !
was given over games
Home OfficesTBisbee.Bulldinge .
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occasion ;
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plants. Also R. C. Rhode Island ladies proving most charming.-enter-- : --'- ---: ; ;'i' '
hen.A-'-J.-E." -Whltma .-yeUOW'" house ialnoriT- Dainty refreshments were C Y
beyond saw mill. Wanted: z''A.t oxperl "
: -4t-jpd served.: Those' present were: Misses .

:Important business to come before Baby Ellis Louise Thomason Marl enced 'dairyman; must j '
,:Ithe'Village Improvement Society Tuesyd Huddleston. Mae Roberts, Eloise Moon; be a good milker. Apply LEWIS O'BRYAN ,-. Manager Kissimmee Branch;' "

; ay; afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every i Mary Gaines,, Rachel: Leak., Marietta to The ..Kissimmee .. -1' .. ...'
:;member should' be interested and, be .Pfann Messrs Ice Dusenberry. Roberts ,
.',present ; .-., *"" -q? Miller, Buzz and Knykendal) '" Dairy Co. 11-tf: .I. ., I ."

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BEAUTIFYING A CITY SOUTHER CANAL. MUST PAY THE PRICE Lakeside Farm and Grove.We I .....- -

-- have for sale a property owned .

Tradesman Says It Establishes a Henry WaUerson Believes It. Will by a'non-resident: consisting of 127 .
New
COUNTRY'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR acre* of magnificent land, fronting on t
Be Built Across the State. Have
Valuable Municipal Asset REPUBLICAN RULE. Lake Tobopekallga for nearly half a ou.

R The following is from the Tradesman' , There has been and' still is, much mild, There is considerable pastureland seen It?

J Industries talk of a' canal across southern< ) between the water's edge and the -
FurnitureStore
of Southern
IT well known .
; m. exponent "
,
Florida for the benefit of., ships plying "Big Interests" Are Now government 'IlrveY..e tra to the 127 1 WeJiaven't all our stock'In
i : Demanding
1 Beautifying 'a city Is establishing a between gulp ports! }and those of the Their Pound of Flesh as Arranged acres. Considerable'more'than half of : yet but we're, doing a I rush ,

I negotiable asset., The. growth?} of a eastern seaboard, and Europe.: As the forIn Presidential Election this; land is very fine hammock, being ing business with what, we

: ''municipality represents increased and Panama canal approaches completionthis of 1898. the very finest of farming trucking have, .

business possibilities for project seems more certain, and to I and.citrus fruit land, on'which flowing Our line of chamber furnishings
1 increasing
every manufactures; jobber, retailer, show its advantages, Col. Henry There arv those who think that the wells can: be had, there bow doing three is especially strong. WeI I

f professional man and wage earner, and .Wstterson had the following say in substantial business structure of the flowing wells on the premises. This Read about them carry the best line of springs

the more attractive a city Is made the regards to it: country .Is breaking down under the quality of land, convenient to good Rayo In the magazines on the market, and the most

settlers "To the untraveled mind the southern trust assaults of the federal depart- towns like KissimmeY), sells for $100 then come here complete line of bedding In
it
more! encourages' prospective their home. coast of Florida, extending on the ment of justice. That Is wrong. What per acre without anA improvements.This and see them Lamps the city.
and it
make
.T 'to come east Atlantic from Palm Beach and Is giving; way Is a false superstructure tract Is all fenced and cross fenced
In the first place ,all public buildings built In of
up years political
Miami to Key West and on the gulf and divided into several different parts
should be modern in appointments, lat- Iniquity which sought to roof Iq the ;
f, coast from Tampa down by Charlotte about 20 acres in cultivation, perhaps &
toi Pigue
tractive in appearance and pleasing whole power of government for selfish Clayton
I .1 the eye This include. the school Harbor and Boca Grande, includingthe Individual use. The main structure half of which is planted to oranges, .

,building u a matter of course. Next, Lake Okeechobee and Caloosa- trembles: under the shock, but no grapefruit and tangerines; more than """ Upper Broadway
hatchee river regions to the pry more. I 6 acres of this grove large thrifty bear- 8-tf .
p' be paved kept clean, and h
...... streets must ,
.v lined Tortugas, seems a long.ways-1)ft': The financial debauch which beset ing trees, the balance coming on in ,
t' far and practical I
possible
: as as Parks should be in "It is just outside the door of your this country from the election of 1896 different stages of growth; trees all ,
with shade trees.
back yard. Presently the Gulf of has had no parallel In modern times. healthful and thriving,and each and
1 evidence in all sections of'the city, particularly That election was a victory for sound If you're particular about your
Mexico made world's thoroughfare
a this will be
gettingmore
every year grove
/ where they will be accessible money JLS the people understood It.
I'I' by the completion'of the Panama cana|, It the valuable. A part of the land is TOILET SOAPS
was
to congested districts. Play grounds execution of a bill of thecountry's
will be the Mediterranean sea of the .
land with
I considerable
high pine
com-
and public baths are vitally important. sale to high finance, as Mr.':
here-we have fine line to choose
i come a
the back
Western Hemisphere. Then mercial timber and tie
s Hanna and his followers understood saw cross tim-
{ Good roads radiating from the city are
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stimulating yard will become the front yard, chang- and gave notice. ber; not an acre of waste land on the from-probably your favorite kind.
1 {, : a potent factor in development
ing the whole marine geography of the What price was paid will never be entire tract; less than'three miles from
and therefore must be taken into -
I continent, transferring the scepter of i known but the enormity of tbe cash the city limits of Kissimmee. There is OSCEOLA PHARMACY Mp'prietreleeey:
consideration. There are any number -
I commercial power from the north to sum has never been questioned. a 6-room house with two porches; can
of minor things that should also be
r south and making a shipping highwayand The continuing payments to secure stand on the porch and have a beautiful
considered, but these .in time suggestthemselves the bargain are better known-the ,
vestibule of continental enterprisesof view ol the lake, also of the town of
r i!: to the. progressive cit'zenhlp 160,000 of life-insurance money to the

,I in every progressive city. what The hitherto hat do been know but a how tropic rich Republican exchequer In 1904, the Kissimmee; always fresh nice breezes ..........................

We realize that what we have thus waste. poor not $260.000 raised by Harriman, the from the lake, making; it decidedly

.far known they are until they go down into their 100.000 of the Standard OH company, pleasant. The house is surrounded by EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH .
said this is well
on subject so t
socks. the Frick-Twombly $100.000. the Beer large live oak' trees also some beautiful Act 8't..d.rd OH Co': .
,And understood that it seems almost ab-
"Well may New Orleans take an trust. Sugar trust. Coal trust. Steel palm trees in the yard, banana
J aurd mention it. This would be true
to rule interest in the proposed short cut across trust and other contributions grove on the north; one of the most : MACH: : BROS: :
,were it not for the fact that the
y Bought and paid for-that was the
Florida 'and Lake Okeechobee, to valuable in the
properties community.
Ilh.i been that smaller communities have accepted of the, nation's
Jupiter Inlet and the Atlantic seaboard position gov- Price $10,000 on favorable terms of Livery Pe d and Sale Stable :
not realized the importance ernment to the special Interests and J ,
1'of for it means to all seaports of
the matter until they had 'grown to with no power left save the courts to payment.
a I Louisiana and Texas, to Houston, Gal- Other farms and to Agt. International Harvesting Co.
proportions that made it, if not Impos- question the validity of the title. orange. groves y
veston and Corpus Christi!, no less than suit the
i How this private property In gov- occasion.
t sable at least extremely expensive to
t New Orleans; nearly a thonsand miles ernment was capitalized Into Individual NELSON REALTY: CO., : ALT.. =IN s I3EA4Y rz-A.-LTXaX.tvra-:: .
provide for. This form of development
off their sailing routes to the cities of pockets Is written large In late lilt! Ki simmee. Kla.

is now recognized as a prime importance the east and the north Atlantic-that history. The tariff was first given - - -- Everything new and first class. We render prompt and :

i1 the time, therefore, for Inaugur- is, New York, Philadelphia Boston another unllft and then with the Good NewsWe satisfactory service day or night.
log this work Is when the city Is small. Spanish war out of the way the suppression .

;'" Any Community' large enough to be out saving around the tortuous the and and aangerouenavi-shallows of of competition to get the full have secured a few 6 I) and 10 acre ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT
gation keys
i't' :of the R. F. D. class can well afford to I private benefit of tariff swept through. tracts of the finest fruit and truck Z
: Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113
l take up the city development idea and the Bay of Florida. the country like a whirlwind Trusts lands, within half a mile of the city ,
"It is so simple, too. Less than a and of In limits, which we can offer at the
i (' .tjf It does nothing else as a starter, clean hundred miles to be traversed to make the millionaires trusts trusts were rose made In scores a day.;; low price of $50.00 per acre very Kissimmee ................ .... ......

t; around the railroad station and impress is expanding so rapidy these
a saving of six or seven hundred miles, the shadow of the billionaire appeared ,
i ; t at least the traveling public with the I lands will soon be almost in town and ------- --- - -- -- -
i half of it through the ; and captains of high finance
x already opened will be worth times the
; fact that the town produces something many prices
,
sought ratification of special bargains -
r river and lake by God and nature.- a asked today. Do not jro miles into the
beside empty tin cans and a prolific In the White House Itself, I
for small tracts at
Tampa Times. country any price,
crop of weeds. People read nature far "They built up Zion with blood, and while you can Ret such as these at this

more'extensively than they do pamphlets Jerusalem wltb Iniquity" They sowed price. Soon, there v ill be no such Attention!

; and circulars, and quite a few DECISIONSIS1AINED) the wind Has anybody supposed the opportunities as this as all near-by
/ railroad station whirlwind was to be avoided T It had lands will gathered up. The quantity
I Strangers pass every is limited and will soon be taken.
to It Is here and the sooner .
( everywhere every day.FORAGE Osceola County Is Saved Troubles'ofSeveral : come; ; Other lands, a little nearer in but no
the Inevitable reaping Is over the better !
better, have recently sold at one Mr. Homeseeker
Other ,-St. Louis Republic .
Counties
hundred dollars and havea
J \ i per acre some
; PLANTS prohibitive price
: An interesting decision was recently
Trust Dissolution. 8-tf H. M BREAKER & CO.
made by the state -court in
supreme
r Pretending to elucidate tbe recent
Important Experiments are Being which a ruling of Judge G. F. Parker,
court the
decision of the Supreme;! For Sale
() Made at Brooksville Station while not directly involved, was up- president said that the existence of '

held. The decision was to the effect an Illegal combination was proven 160 acres of land about 4 miles from In order to get you to come to Kissimmee and investigate her

y ; R. A. Oakley, a government expert that the county judge has no jurisdiction there must be a "division of It Into a Kissimmee, near the lake. 15 acres In wonderful opportunities for safe and profitable investments, I am

fj on forage crops, is in !charge, of experiments in civil cases in a county where a sufficient number of parts under cultivation, fenced hog tight: small going to help you to pay your railroad fare. Here is how I am going -

.' raising forage at the Brooks county court has been established. The separate ownership to insure competition. house, well: 40 acres more of land fenced to do it.
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1J. Experimental Farm. He is tryingour county court, while presided over by ." with barbed wire for pasture. 'Perhaps Beginning, February tat, and continuing ninety days I am 4

several kinds of forage, Including the county judge, is higher court than What what Is the Is the meaning force of of tbe this,phrase especially half of, this land li good citrus going to give you a rebate of two. ,and one half per.cent on all '

i't the Soudan grass,, four kinds of soybeans the regular county judge's court, which "Insure competition?" How Is competition fruit land, balance good farming and real estate purchases that you make from me, the amount 'of,the ""I'

three.varieties of velvet beans, meets every two weeks and is a sort to be Insured If the owners of and trucking land. Considerable pine rebate in no case to exceed the price of your railroad fare. ./

;0 .lion beans and imported sorghum. of justice court for the entire county. the separated companies are tbe Iden- timber land, some commercial saw timber "
Furthermore guarantee that 1 will
,I ,.' n'TIMI' Soudan grass! seed was obtained Judge Parker about a year ago decided tical persons: who were the owners of lota of cross tie timber. Price charge you no more for

i by the United States Government in the that whep sitting in the biweekly the holding company? Yet the plan $17.50 per acre on favoraqle terms of property than any of my competitors would charge you for the
4
;4 Khartum District,- British East Africa, county judge's court he had no jurisdiction for the disintegration the. American payment. same property. It matters not if you are already here; if you camein

'where the soil and .climate resembles in civil cases which would h.ve to Tobacco company seems to con NELSON REALTY CO. last fall and want to invest a little money before returning to

'' ,that:'of'Central. Florida. Mr. Oakley be certified to the county court, meeting template nothing more than that the 10-tf Kissimmee, Fla. your northern home, you can take advantage of my offer.

-t expects that Soudan grass will do as quarterly. In Hlllsborough and other same set of stockholders shall own --- Remember I have for sale at all times, anything in the way

well,If not better, 'here than Rhodes counties of the ,*/ tte the county judges three kinds of stock Instead of one. of Florida real estate that you could possibly wish and at the lowest
It is to juggle with words to For Sale
Crass and that'will be going some. continued to try civil cases In their biweekly that competition Is "Insured" under say prices and on the easiest terms. Just at present I have three or ,

here but The result of the decision 50 acres of land adjoining the city four that I If -
The soy bean is not known courts. such circumstance The most that rare bargains am. offering. you want one, you had

the ;:varieties ,which the government is that in these counties a great can be said Is tnat there Is possibility limits of Kissimmee. about half'of better get.busy at once.

;thjs y.arwlll introduce will be ,new in deal of trouble is liable to follow of competition In the distant which is good citrus fruit land and ad-

:this country. Besides furnishing a pro- through all civil cases, tried outside of future, when, through Inheritances joining.fine grove, which shows what Fifteen acres just outside the city limits, splendid quality of

f 'K',bfio source of forage the new varieties the county court, being declared illegal. and Individual sale., the stock may the land will produce, ; balance splendid No. 1 land high and dry good five room house, good deep well, new ,

Vy n; 'are valuable for oils which when mixed No such condition exists in this county. get a different set of owners But trucking land. This land is owned bynonresident hog wire fence around ten acres some three or four acres cleared.: Price ; ;

'f" ,with certain proportion of linseed oil, If this all the president means who will sell for much 45.00 per acre. The naked land I. cheap at the price. :R
hardwood and it Is all he seems to--why does less than its value. We want to show
i makes a high class polish 011":101': -
-- ; + a n tt. +I',' finish furniture etc I ALGER NEWS I he not frankly say soT-New York you this land and quote you bed rock No O An exact counterpart of No. 1, and lying immediately along. 'J
Globe t side of it No. 2 has four-room :
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% i .) Of the three new vane ties of velvetbeans'the prices., except a house and good .urface' ,
f :
NELSON REALTY CO. well. 'Price. $40.00 per sere.O r
Yokohotna qr ,Japan; variety ,

I t,,, '' comes the most highly'',recommended,' is"The health of the people: in'this burg Perhaps the Bad most Faith.salient feature of lot! Kissimmee, Fla. No Two beautiful five-acre tracts, J just outside city limits, on fine ';J'.
exceptionally
1 I and It .Is predicted that the great legume good. Oscar W. Underwood's address In St. O hard road. Good close neighbors.; Price $300.00 per five-acre 'to:

,". ., i : I known sowellto; Floridians* will have The- new line ef the Plo da East Louis was the definite charge of per Don't forget that the price of a want tract.. :t I

);\ > to look to its laurels as. a! prolific and Coast railway seems to be the general sonal bad faith on the part of President ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheapest a
A Ten acres land just outside limits :
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; I" A;"jjron table stock' forage; i The foil bean topic ,of the- day. We Will give a cordial Taft In his tariff vetoes. I Investment you ever made. No "* and close to the city overlooking the, latter :,'''t
canning Land '
new factory. In the
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immediate
t''was given tryout In the local govern-: 'welcome to the Iron bands that Aside from the well known facts In ,
of
., <' inent farm In 1910.,'and the yield was so hold the world's commerce together. the cue, the thing that gives thiacbal'8'e vicinity this tract is proving wonderfully productive. This is an Ideal .1
>( '. Is Its Coming place for -suburban home Price $65.00 per acre. '
weight source.
, ( shame the 'J
;<. yinraat that its qto'publish .,
'The postoffice for some'time "j ;
1\.' L;figuresThe::: il same ean"l be.said about a Alger from some members of congress, It Noe C Five to eight thousand acres fine. timber: land close to railroad. : ','t1 i
discontinued! has been re-established, would amount to little, but Mr. Under. 1 J : ..;
r certain foreign.variety ot sugar cane or Eggs one mile of beautiful lake front, fine land for fruit growing and;. : '..i
R. E. who verbal
o'. = '' with Willis as postmaster wood is not a man goes on .
stocks 20 23 general farming. Land immediately this .
J aorgaum which sent up to debauches. Language In his bands adjoining recently sold for$1260 j :
';'feet tall and so thick that no cane mill Mr. John H, Ovens has, rented the Is an Instrument of precision and be per acre. This would make a dandy little colonization proposition. Only if r;

\ jot' modem times could be.found to man- sawmill at Bassenger, and gone downto has a deep sense of the responsibility $1.00 per setting. $b,00perbun- three miles from two railroad stations. Price $6.50 per acre. ; ( ..'t

_ ( :' ? 't, hpfletur.'it." '' be take t command.' of public utterances.Nor dred. : 3
r *' aeen lying d.tk.egovernmelf farm. do we see exactly: \: what President R. C. Brown Leghorns, R. C. '
George. Fertlc has skipped to Polk
r Rhode Island Reds We from '
:; 1 canairblebMriOakleylvilltnii ) -Taft 1a going to do- about It. I Buckeyes. are Missouri
!TJ: he ;
; ; with \
.l : ; county to spend several -weeks From select pens of Blue Ribbon .
r ; here this( year'will be found suit- relatives.. The Fertic Lumber Co.'s There Is nothing Machiavellian about stock. High per cent of fertility. '
"able \'syrup'' and and the president or. his reputation. He I.a Is Let "show :
both forage ;
i C t".. :for art It : sawmill has .suspended' operations**. for plain, blunt manor unglfted "equivocation FLINT BROS. us you"DOWNINGREALTY =
\ great thjtoga: expected the ''
I present and evasion, who only speaks TeL 256 Kissimmee. Fla.
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and
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' the soil;climate products
Viewing R. J!;. Willis made a business trip toBasseng.r right: on. His promises to aid down
l' f .. to #"* .section. ,Mr. Oakley sb. ,. I ward revision by every means In his
J. a few days ago. .... .. 11-4pd ,
M--v; ;, ,)I.vsstluttshitth.'additioq-of this power carried with them the atmosphere ". -- --_ -

\ v sorghum which is most valuable for enT MrftC M. Dixon has been on the sick ,. of .simple good faith. He most CO1'

;; ,,* r '{slag., the possibilities stock rals1 -_.list, tjjrc is,out again. surely did give "his word of honor$ .

..' and,dairying hereabout; as well as14''x''t i' Tbe opposition Is not putting him TRY OUR NEW '
'.t :'ing all section bordering the Gulf of Mex. I Mr. S. J. Drswdy, of,Fort Drum, In a bad box. It Is simply pointing [ I Room 11 Over State Bank :
was shaking hands with friends in Al eut the sad fact that h. Is there.
t"t of miles Inland
distance forty ,
,j fee for a Monday. ,
ger LUNCH COUNTER r
\'Ii ,(tve UJ unsurpassed, this country, especially Varieties of'.Amputation. .
d.'r' when they are Supplemented byw'tr"t Dennis Padgett, ot Oln y, was 'Intown No doubt President Taft Is capable - - '

F.hodec-grassSoudan .grass__and. other Wednesday\ ----.r'4-___ __
ofherolcself-eacriagee cannot; _HotQyjUr Stews Hun and
Ems Florida is '
.f, : .Notice. now attracting more atten--
I will make all winter
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; ,griwe) which : C. H.:,Padgett has gone to Bassenger see that it would do anybody any good Sandwiches etc. tentlon"from 'bomeseekeni-tbatl-'anT -

: .,' ('*1 pasturage possible.Tbe . to work with J. B. Owens In the sawmill . if he should cut off hts right hand In The public Is hereby notified that Mr.J. state la,the Union, and Osceola cotffity,, TJ '
propagation of these new varieties that order to prevent further 'disturbanceof H. Is '
at place.Mr. ALL AND Bryan no longer connected with is attracting '
-:.. of ora -,wiD be in charge of WUt the business of this ,country. GOOD CHEAP more 'attentionytban'any
: the Zante Naval Stores
'Jr+ ." superintendent of the goverment L. L. Fertic deserted Alger and Better keep that respectable and Co., and neither eounty in Florida. Send 28 tints for a
Gomme
'liam Whlttier.Mr. useful member of his the. Zante Naval Stores Co. or the: of the Illustrated magazlne edition"
r .t of the work located a* personal organ copy
1" station as a part .,

'i't t, j'Veing carried and here, and ,Mr ,Oakleyneeajto , .rW. '8. Pearce, county isation to and general seek distress.some other ,alternative Dibble & Son Peninsular responsible for Naval any bills Stores made Co. by will Mr.be of learn the, the Valley reason.Gaxette, -,and .you. Got.will( ;

.. i ..visK";Broomvjlle "again kn ,,10 ':from .the Fifth district eommll.j: > If, the patriotio chief, magistrate Is Bryan .

' I,jane'"". tom.crops" get wen. a along' toward -- ;Alger last week*,,, :t......;: F now In, an amputating mood how Broadway Zante Naval Stores Co.f GET H.:'BRATTON: to. drive;your: -
MatMt&t: ,T 'I) ",. v. .J! "j : ; would'It: ' 40 for considertherntttng rrsr'1 ;.r 10-2t Peninsular Naval
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By I M.t/iorboat./ Through

the wholeearth i The Heart of Florida

to sell, but 'just choice I ,(Contlowd from Pan roar) // Is a Long Hard full: .


bits of it located in ', when we proceeded up the- river while" // .

Mr. Tano' trolled for fish. He soon for' the man who ha3 nothing .ltd start, on but his
aught a big trout and, arriving at
Vllliams landing; we stopped and cook-' t earning capacity, to save enough from, his income to '% '
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w FLORIDACHOICE ed our fish for dinner, then started up build'a home., :. ,

the rlverf pcsihig Micos Bluff, and y '

after going about a mile farther\we Grocery Bills,. Clothing Bills, Doctors Bills, and \

witnessed a wonderful tight. Tbfere RENT exhausts the income and usually has'a mortgage
was a blgblick looking storm approaching '' .
HOMES on the next day envelope. '
from the East and from the.center v "pay .

SELECT VACANT FARMS LOTS was down a black reaching, funnel-shaped nearly to cloud the ground.banging RENTThere's .the ''b'ig item, Every month a large, percentage** of your" I.

We.watched this stranget phenomenon earnings are invested' in RENT'RECEIPTS. ,,, Little pieces of paper absolutely

AND ,ACREAGE. with awe for some time until finally the valueless, except as d constant"reminder that;YOU SHOULD OWN YOUR.

apex or point of the funnel separated OWN HOME. .- '., ;
Ask About Them .
from; the upper part which was slowly WE WILL BUILD YOU A ,ONE TWO THREE FOUR' OR.FIVB THOUSAND t !
MRS. SUMMERS drawn up into the black cloud the point
. remaining In the air for sore time and .DOLLAR HOME, .AND YOU PAY .$8.30 PER THOUSAND, PER : '

Lake View Cottage then gradually fading away. This we MONTH, WITH 5% INTEREST PER: ANNUM PAYABLE'MONTHLY. . ''I';a,

SOUTH KISSIMMIi.Hr were very glad to see as we were(n avery

open place! In the river with.no .Tabulated Illustration of"ti. I;$1,000; Loan'Made.. on ;': ;t

tilth banks for protection. Contracts'' that are ,from Six. to "Twelve: Months Old .
i
r We, ran on up the river, passing : ;,:;: ,

---.or- Maple Thicket bend above which we Purchase.Price of, each Contract 6.00 I

I were suddenly overtaken by a terrific Amount deposited as due*,,t .,? .,.,. ,I. .'. $73.00: : "?a ,
t.
4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4. lightning and thunder storm and were Amount deducted for expenses *.'.. . .. ''iS.eo ., .' ,,' (J ;4,
: compelled: to tie. to the first highland ..
up
Amount of loan made by the Company' ,;.. ... ,.$1,000.00'Amount ': ,
fi'
we came to. which wetook to be ";'
of advance credit ,on loan. .. ,. tt. . 54-OO. .. ,\,. ',". \1.,' ,, ,'
Turtle while
Mound. After a the stores ,, '. "y '
]f.;!!
'
-VIA- eased and : "i
I ", camp for we the prepared night supper Arthur and was our' '. Balance due Co.,.payable'as,j.per following, tble. $ '9415.00'. ..: '.'..4'
M14Yvan
awakened by a push on'his side from
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B.Janel ... pn.cf' 7"ear YooI ..I'.cJ"atbJp. goal'
p a' prlaei.
animal and he Ian
some dlscovr
lumping ranloss balanceat
up ..cb gesrlr ....0 par _.tIt per and 7atwnepel end. laar..t., :
r.. a razor back sow with a litter of 4'l
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pigs Investigating our supplies and bag lit / 46.ee \ $1rde $v6.6e644,9. ,.....
gage. .Dd .a... ,.. .., ...... ..... .
"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited""South .r4 46.:0: .,.14' ,..60 tn6.91 "..1 \ ;
The next morning.. Sunday, September 4 h 64.0 ....6 ,..6... tt.oo. p f

8rd, we again started up the river It: :445.00: :: :a.4.: ::::: 6sa.co: s..trql. : '

Atlantic Limlted""Montgomery This part of the river(I.low and swampyor ,tb ..S".. '7.4' 1660. tt3.eyth ,..71''4 .'
miles until we came to Rooster 14f ee 10.4t u7.el t o' ,'Y4 +'
Route" Hammock ItODth.. c9.65-- ::.a : .:: ;e.s1: 1.6e .
a-high beautiful oak grove; .' '.
there we made a big bend and suddenly "
634 roan Total het $146,90. Prita $194.o, $1164., Total PrJ.clpel 6s4 Tat' .
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Through PaHmaa Can from Chicago St Lout, Ciacinaatf, Indiaaapoli, Grand around a sharp corner we lew: Persimmon .1

Rapids, Cleveland, Louiivifle, Nashville. Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville. Ridge where there (I.a large grove '". ', '
of wild persimmons. Here we stopped NOTE THE'TOTALS. .
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DINING CAR SERVICE to gather .'few and finding a rough If your payments on a 1000.00 loan were equated, it would be $xo4&! per month. '""',' 9t

table nailed up to a tree we preparedour With a saving of ao cents a day you can meet the contract requirements. ;:-. '
For further Information call on or write to dinner after which we resumed our' With a saving of 35 cents a day you can pay back a $1,000.00 loan. ;. ,

W. C. Gilbert Ticket Agent, Kissimmee. Fla. ourne,. Passing Ft. KIsslmmee at 12 i Why pay rent? Why pay a much higher rate of interest .on note or mortgage elsewhere?;. ,;!

J. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent o'clock we saw a group of people about. The loan with accrued interest, may be paid in full or in- part at any time, thus stopping ', 4 ;
Tampa Florida. ready to embark for the other side of further interest. y

the river on the ferry. Then we came We allow 4.,J>er cent interest on the monthly advance deposits after the third'month' r' t .
to several branches of the river and ....
We help you save your money, help you make more out of your money than you can makeyourself

:;+OOOCxacOOOOOOOOdOlJOCa lxacxaca la lxacJOOOCOl selecting: one which we thought was and loan you money at a lower,rate"and on better terms than you can get.?else-;

the rleht'one, after making several where. We are a "HOME" company and will appreciate your business. ,,..
1. A. CUANFORD.Vl 8. L. LLUPFKR. -,
CL A. CARSON.PrwUnti twists and we found ourselves .
....-...... .,. 6.er*err curves WRITE FOR FULL DETAILED INFORMATION. *
stuck in the grass and realized that we

were out of the river. Turning the -
. THE GUARANTEE INVESTMENT & 'LAN.'COe;
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boat around we retraced our way and : '

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. soon saw where we made our mistake.
Arriving at Orange Hammock we stopped INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAWS,. OF FLORIDA. (,

I for a Jug of water. HOMB OFFICE, THIRD FLOOR CURRY BUILDING PHONE 982 '

All through this section of the river T AMP A ====== R |L O RI, I D AI- )
V 4$ Rough and Dressed many ducks, cranes, blackbirds marsh '., J "
hens, nigger geese and other birds were 1

continually flying up ahead of us. It " t
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PINE LUMBER being Sunday and not in season for S.4t

ducks, 'we were forced to 'leave the -

ducks alone and let the birds fly away JUDGE FOR YOURSELF r F 4 : -1.;

unmolested. Soon we were overtakenby "

HOUSE ,BILLS, A SPECIALTY rain squall, which reminded us that Which-It Bett .: "(; Experimentor SpringFertilizing} 41
the rainy reason was 'not over yet. -- an < : : : : : itJ. '

t. ,':,' ,. : .... Passing Godwin') Landing on the west Profit by a Kusunmee ; ..'}1",+" i ', ,me*. i. ( # '/I'Wi:1.?( iHv' j
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aocaocOCaoc fO 101d 10 tOd ld IfY 1010 3.0 f0101lOpOtlflreaNNtqHqqppNN bank of the river we soon arrived at .l! ''". .Id 1w. iIi" ''t.i. '
> > Citizen's Experience It e.rt :
... Godwin's Landing; on'the east.bank of ;> l
the river where we. camped for the / .' "

- night. Here we were entertained Something Must be proved new is to an be experiment.aa represented. Do you want full bloom and one. that will eel frnttT H''
through the night at intervals by a < .
Use Ideal Fertilizer... w
..N\\\\\\\\N\\pq\\\\\ The statement of a manufacturer is
% grand chorus of frogs which would
not convincing proof of merit. :Do want the fruit 'to stay on? '
little such you
WHAT IT MEANS 1 start up at any noise as a .'
IL fish or turtle jumping In the water. But the endorsement of friends is. Use Ideal Felltiz.r.:;.- Rrs; .;
Wen people d6 not know wba' s B nk'i(Capped l for.or the difference betwee. Now supposing YO\1l1ad a bad back, "
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.a baDk of little or eo.rap!ail and one with > lrgk .oapl..1- We also received visitors of-the razor Right materials Right, proportions; 'and Right:comb n.c if q
A Lame, Weak,or Aching one,
I BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS back fraternity who persistently'- Lions are the secret of the success which comes when ;you ' ti
I l I.size. sand thaI protec'ta the lepollllora from I">...'Ihar.'ore the larger It. !I. the turned to'ln.pect our commissary.The Would you experiment on Its .. -,;':- : 'V.e Ideal Fertilizer.:. '.s\ "yT
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.r...er protection Iba depolton bare. JhU beak has a You will read of many so-called cu res. '' ., '
............... ..,. next morning, Monday, September -
of ............;.. 6mona 00 .
Capital ? food .
from For value of
"I 8..rpl..a f"Dd nl.................................. 1/1,110O 00 4th, we started on Our l last day's Endorsed by atrangers faraway greatest> plant
atocltboldara' Uablllt .............. .........'.60.000 ooa Hammock places. ;Buy_ Ideal Fertilizer., a
e journey. Passing Long ,
'1127,600 oTillu It's different when the endorsement Send free booklet .
A total v. Turkey Hammock and Grape Hammock for our. entitled
I. meal1lb we mtutlo,.|12a,00a00befor our -d po lu>ri could lose a comes from home. >/'
left the crooked river and lenteret '
U. Tbi proUotlon U for YOU. we The ThePromising'Grove.
local .
I to testimony
Lake Kiisimmee.; At 10:30 palled Easy prove
: we .
I :' :c STATE, BAN'O KISSIMMEE arriving at.Rosalie Home endorsement is the proof. that 'Wilson '' :'
Nigger Ridge, soon : backs .box. _& Toomer Fertilizer Co. F1'I' .
-or-- C of..Doan..KldlHl'PIUs. i .
I. We entered Lake Hatcneneha where every t "* '-: JacksoBville ,
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II lKlaaMMtt... ,:,-"": ,,,. I '**<% t P

I ,U. A, CARSON ,JOHN x..us 1'. .. CARBON we went ashofe.Starting Read this'...:' Local Agt. Waters Is Carson O.; cery'. Co. -y ,'If,','_ '.: ,
Cashier it on again at 1:30 p. Q we '
!'naid.D' Vlorntidnt Mrs./." L. Beaman, 'Lake street; .
r .....% I,. -.....;,--....\....._..._... .....\..._..._....,... '"'\\aa\\.I.II. passed through the Hatcheneha Canal Klssimmee, Fla., 'saysh"I; have taken ; '
and then Lake Cypress and entered the
l. Doan' Kidney Pilla and have found
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Southport Canal. .
e I After few hours mon' traveling we them very beneficiaL I used this remedy I ) "
SOME, \
,;i. HOTEL RUHHYIitBDHy arrived 'In KIsslmmee, having been when suffering/ from kidney and . I ..
bladder, trouble, and It brought me so
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.Florid away just two weeks In the Cyko our : t .z
much relief,that Il..1 Justified in.recommending '. I "
>Up-to-date beautifully located, Lock wood-Ash motor running'\ ,just as 1 for Live Gtizens of a ': '
it. I know'that. Doan'sKidney ;;
Artesian Water,'Tenni. and Crogu.t finely after rout 800 mile trip as when ,
Grounds,'Rood hunting, flsh"ng started.. Pills can always be relied mumty. :
and. boating. A fir+trd.umodern we ?*
hotel overlooking upon. If you must knock,knock ,
country For sale) all dealers. Price CO; eta. 1
East ,Tohopekaliga )Lake.. ,Good UZY .DYER by ers. Then boost the :
good cooking and beds. Table . Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,soleagents ,will regulate your lI er' '
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,
board b week rooms from$2 ' for the United States. I
$ per ; S OILS WORK
and clear
E to $6 per week, bath and shower JAY'S Remember "the name-Doan's-and sound sleep a
bath Included. take no other. A $5 bank account with a 1 ;
.". WM.G. KRAPE Manager '' in your pocket add one ..
'aL : Doa't Let a1'erpW Liver bock Yea '; .
FLA. Valuable Dollar*. and Increase' '
Box 149 P. O. ST. CLOUD, height your
., J-tf Oat el a Day's Work-There Is a If are a property :!I : i ,
Better Aboat. It 'It Is estimated that.very dollar spentat you .
Way-Read
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borne .la wortli'more than five sent donate one-sixth of your t 'r
r. -" '"0 .;'f. A man feels very' little like'working abroad. livery!: : dollar:paid off on payday ary to the public welfare of ) :

r and a child doesn't want to go to school at a milt or"factory or shop"will it will return to you'many ; ;

.t Long Distance when bilious or 'constipated.: If.you pay the debts of five different persons. Yoa need not be a bloated- 1:: 4 ,

Adver t sin Phone 296, try calomel to cure you the chances are If you do not believe this, mark a silver 'to be a live citizen,: ) < ; j ,a I

g; that yon will be so 'weakened,by ItsaftereftecU dollar and ask every man who handles Be liberal with your school )) :
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I that you will be laid up, it, .to. report. Hence the good .hi a substantial.manner,' for ; .
:is'saying the right thing for two or' three days more. So we'' sense of patronizing home' merchants the foundation of. future, ..Wjt.(1.'I,
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"Don't take Calomel We havea .
say and institutions. A show or a Jug of happiness.
"at, the right time perfect substitute for calomel right bug juice removes the dollar away from : Support your home p

here in our store, that ,we can fullyguarantee ; home circulation and finds"Ita way to I scription and liberal : "i 'tr

'in the'right, way to cure constipation and the brewers' tills of the west, That I contribute, to the news c: '
,+ '. liven 'up the liver just as quickly as Influence for and the :
f fr : i .i *;\; town or community Is richer than all good ;
-- -r. W*make a soeciaUy: planning..preparing __,_. '. calomel but without any "of the badiftetelTacti others that keeps the most of Its earnings of ,your town and county
t ";: literature,, and conducting campaigns. for calomel.- -The name o f In circulation at home:-Arcadia overestimated- .. :

Land Companies Individuals.GlENNREAGIN Boards. of Trade,. Municipalities this tonic I.,Dod on'. ,Liver-Tone. 1 1isv It News. Your business,, league T. ; ;; \
and
a pleasant tasting vegetable tonic! Honda Maps., : presence and support,, ',You ; )

that mildly' fctimnlates the liver;and Upon receipt 25 cents at the Valley welcome and it means money ; I
ADVERTISERSTAMPA causes it to work Just!right "to'cleans Gazette office pocket map of Florida Be charitable to the : A
the body without any danger of saliva. will be mailed' to any address*In the the needy.. They are always : t

.. tion. When ;you try it,Jf you do not United States: :We ,can also furnish and are of.our .up '
worthy .
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yt say that it is a perfect substitute for maps of Osceola county at $1 each and I ';;
; . FLORIDA' ." 'l'I calomel come right in and get you will be glad to estimate on sectional mapsof sistance.. I I ,, ; i ,
0 ; I money' ; ,l ack.-,,:,Kiaoinrunee I Drug Co.;. any kind. .. A.jUdy.Jbome, ; j.and.grounds.. ; :
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ANNOUNCEMENTS H "
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For Clerk, Circuit ,Court

A* the nrgent eollo tattoo of my friend lq
J "I . throughout' the county,1 here t h y announce ray' .
i-lf t candidate for Clark ol the Circuit Court
In and for Onoeola, county at the coming' pri* -
,( 111"')'. 1 -thank the ,.people for their
j hind enpporfe In the peat end ftollclt their aup i+
ji nark In to* future. If eK-tUd.j -pledge: my use '
: .
i iMithful. servireand personal a'ltgnUoutotheduties fti+' 1 p. ;
of the office. : I 1 gyp
RuJ J I* OVKUSTREET. ,
?iiI 1)) -,
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I Fort>x Assessor. ..
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1 hereby announce myself B candidate for the'
t }j; '.,. omo. of Tax ,*. .or Osreola' county, end ,
respectfully solidi the euiiport' of the. voters lu. '..
I" the approaching O..oo.a&ICll'rlmu,. -/' .
K. 1'. BDTUt /.- 'r
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/
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4t .
t. t ?ar Fpr Tax Assessor. .// "

I hereby announce myself a candidate. for -- '', i
the office of Tax Aaneasor of Oaeeulacoanl7,,
and solicit the support of the voters in the ap. .
r- a
proacblug Demouratlo prlmsry. -
&. A. I.IIETE"
rr
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For Tax. Assessor. "

oT hereby announce myaelf candidate tol'the (
office of Tax Assessor. of Oeceola+ oounty.anb.Ject .
to the will of the Democratic voters at the ,
-, coming primary and if elected" 1 promise YAtl
. give my personal attention "lo every detail oonnooted > ...
i f; with the office. c. JWC1l1I1.a.For .
1 1I t.
tn , -1. :

Supenntendent of Public
t
Instruction.
_ar
II I I hereby announce myself candidate.for theoffice _
I rt of Superintendent of Public Inntructlon
of Osceolaoounty.uhlacato the will of 'h.Pamoc..tl. .
.. voters at the coming primary and
1' er :.t If elected t will devote my entire time to the
duties of the office. R. D. OUICE, F

t 1,
For Member of the Legislature. y

I hereby announce myself sus. candidate for --t'
t1 the office of Representative I from this county In
,. the Florida Legislature;: subject. to the will of
-- - the Democratic voters at the coming primary,
I and ask the support of, all the white voters of
the oount,. H. CLoY STAN FORD.
k ,, : GARY D. LANDIS -


Je : Candidate for State Attorney For County Treasurer. TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF (CHANGE) AND OSCEOLA COUNTIES :.
Believing that I have folded the trust of the
of Oaceola county and have aatlsfactor.IT I candidate for State Senator from the Senatorial District composedof
S' ; Seventh Judicial Circuit n performed the duties of the office I now am a
la. 7tf solicit your support for reeleotlonFor B. C., MILLE" Orange and Osceola Counties and will appreciate your support.

Ever since the creation of this Senatorial District in 1887 each County has

: : had a Senator for the same number of years, the custom being to allow each
Sheriff.
M" CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR I candidate for County a representative for eight years at a time. Orange County has had the
I hereby announce myself a
the once of Hherlff of Oaoeole county, at the Senator for the past eight years, and under the customs prevailing in the past,

do coming my duty primary leI If elected'and impartially.again>! I promise Your to Osceola County would be entitled to the Senator to be elected in the primariesthis

support solicited O. F. PKSVATT. year. The two Counties have worked harmoniously under this system for a

; quarter of a century, and I see no reason why it should be broken at this time.I .

; r For Sheriff. have served the people of my County at various times as Deputy( Tax

hereby announce myself a candidate. forthe Collector, Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court member of the Legislature, member
office of sheriff I of Oaceol Countyt anbjeotlo ; of the State Democratic Executive Committee and Clerk of the Circuit
the action of the Democratic primary If
4 4f'k elected I pledge a faithful discharge of the duties Court and 1 have discharged the duties of each office I have had in a manner

I / I of the office. U. H. IKOKAM. which 1 trust has met with the hearty endorsement of my people; and if electedas
i
+tr 1{ k k r your State Senator I will use my best efforts to promote such legislation as is

.y I For County CommissionerAt needed by the people and the Varied interests in this Senatorial district.In .

i( the aollcltation of ray friends I hereby asking you to elect me as State Senator I believe that I know the needs I
announce that I am a candidate for county oommlasloner -
+, I. from the nth' dlatrlot of Oeceolaoounty. in a legislative way of this district as well perhaps anyone in the district andI
If ohoaen to fill tbe oflloe I promise I believe I in the State Senate in that will be
10 do my duty to the best of my ability without can represent you a manner en-
L Li either fear or favor from any source tirely satisfactory to you. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.
,f Respectfully, &. R. WILLIS.
1 M y t.; a p' ix. 11 a

p4 1,. f l 4 x6 For Treasurer;
: I'hereby announce myself a..candidate the
Lt ; oaloe of County 'Treasurer and will appreciate
\ ry the support of the democratlo voter" at the
y y approaching prlamary. 8. ... LUPFER. .
yq ...- 4 a r34t 4J .

I 'For Senator, 19th District: CIIURCII DIRECTORY TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS - IOF

b# 'Y'yI To the Democratic "olere of Oioooia county:
,
I I herebv. announce. that I am a candidate. for
a re-election as Senator from the l1th! Dlatriot, BAPTIST.A. .
ublett to the action ol the Democratic primary THE 19TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
I thank rou .ineerelyforyour support the J. Holt, D. D., pastor.
pant and If you approve lay leRifllative record,
I *d* 1 respectfully. anllc" your. aupnort O.again.WOIS M"'SSEY.. Sunday- ,- ,
'
Bible School 9.45
a. m.
... The Democratic Executive Committee of Orange County' has put
.
Preaching 11 m. and 1.15Ip. In.

for Marshal.I B. Y. BU.645, p. m. ., the Senatorial claims in.the. proper light In-the, 'resolutions pnnted be

hereby announce myself a candidatetor Communion; -2d Sunday. '
:. .' the office of marshal and collectorFor Monday(after 3rd Sunday). low. It will not endorse any candidate who must be voted for by you.
the city of Kisslmfnee. I believe
.' that I can fill the position to the satisfaction Woman'i MI... Union-Devo. 3 p. m. In this the committee is right. Endorsement of such candidates is
LW: of all, and would respectfully Wednesday-(after lit Sunday).,

Jr : solicit approaching the support election.WARREN of the voters at the Thursday-Worn. Miss. Union-. :Social.:) 3 to 6pm your business exclusively. I ask your careful consideration and if you,, i

W. KING. think I can best serve the district to renominate me.
,il r 1I Prayer meeting 7 KM p. m.
I I Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. Yours
respectfully,
4.t 1 For City Marshal. I .
-
11 I am a candidate for the ofloe) of City Marshal LOUIS C. MASSEY..
'. and Tax Collector. If elected I pledge a
\';,.; .. I aithfal dleoharge of the dntiet of the omo,.. S. S. Snyder, pastor.
: F. W. Pnrraa.For

.:' rf" !:: I'' :COL.' CROMWELLGIBBONST. I -Mayor. Nelson. Sunday superintendent.Church School 9.45. a. m.-A. s! RESOLUTIONS, OF DEMOGRATIC EXECUTIVE COM. OF ORANGE CO,.

the Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 I>.JJI. t
[ hereby candidate for
aa
l announce a -
> ,'j ,.,;C <,- ofaceotMa7or of Kl..lrniu e and solicit the Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m.

.n win port endeavor of the to Totem do.IIID of my the.power clur. to If five elected the Prayer and Bible study Tbun ay.7.00 WHEREAS, January! 20th, 1912 the Democratic Executive' Com

Twin' Code of War and;,Melody oily coming a good jear.businees adminiiuriitlou N.C. during BBYAN the p. nuVisitors mittee of Osceola County, by resolution, called to the attention of,the

:: .._ Into. Bow'the'do' frame statesmen of ,mind get themselves to declare ....Iee.. most cordially. invited to all good Democrats of Orange County an alleged agreement or custom of
*
.
\ ; wart According' to a popular German For Marshal dividing theSenatorshlp-of the' 19th District equally between'the'two' ,

'. story" the method in Bismarck' caseIn t hereby announce my candidacy for the YET ODH IST. counties, and expressed the belief that the patriots of Orange ''county! !
offloeof Marshal and Tax Collector the
1868 would hardly be city
4' i J w.i: suspected., was His one that.ubor4IDate.Ke1Idell"aa' of Klaslmmee.at the approaching and solicit' the, election.anpport of thevoters H.,, T. Gaines, pastor.. democracy would not suffer this cause to I be;> broken at the present'titer''

} f c an expert pianist, and. Sir ARSOLD D4S Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.-J. L.Overstreet and then proceeded to endorse a candidate for Senator. Therefore: e

k MounUtuart Grant Duff put It. '"used. superintendent RESOLVED by the Democratic Executive Committee of. Oranges!

: fulfill towar4'him the Preaching services 11 and 7:80 .
It J. saidto jL m., ,
function which David fulfilled toward'Bau1.H .For Marshal p. TO. County, assembled February 17th, 1912: I

On evening Bismarck waa'unusually T t.keble method of announcing myself asa 1'. That this committee, knows of no agreement or custom !
one candidate. for the ofllee of Ifarshal and Tax Junior League 2 p. m. by,any j

moody and Kendall"Thank SUM "ollector will devote for the mr oily entire of tine Klasiuimee to the office I f electedI and Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. competent authority by which the terms of the senators? from this'district :

4 passed himself at the"piano. will endeauor to do my full duty on all Gen. prayer service Tirars,7:30: p. *&. must be equally divided.between Orange and Osceola';counties.;''
you my dear Kendell, said Bismarck occasion P. G. WHITK.,
,. f finally "you'have soothed mil and Holy communion ever 1st Sunday. The equaTterrn given to,.the last senator from' Osceola county was because .
You cordially Invited to''ea.cb,. of
done me so w"1 much declare good; my'' mind is Look! these services.are of the services and record of Senator C. A*,Carson. and,, ,being

'.made Austria.up":. shall' war,against Another ..candidate&. for Marshal and, ,Tax. personal to him. Is,not to be construed as admission. by the,Orange

t h,. aT I Collectorf IwlU.ppmolate7Oorbetp.o. G. CHRISTIAN. County democracy that the senatorial terms are to: alternate equally

t Colon ,, Light. A. M. Chlsholm.. pastor. without, retard to the 'rerits"of? the candidates. I <' :' "

In painting or papering the balls ofa For MarshalI 1 Preaching at 11 aj in. and 7:U0. p. m. ': 2. That in the opinion of this committee, the democratic'voters! of'

I room the question often arise what I the hereby once of announce Marshal. and"r Collector U.. a candidate tot the city/for Bible'School 9.45..'no.-C.:;E. Yowell the 19th district should elect their senator according to their estimateof I
what the and ask the support superintendents J. H. Harris, assistant. .
'color reflects the most and 'I of K..m reapeatf ally the'fitness'of tfia respective candlda.te8't: :
f t f < ..; 1-. , .";Y.w least light heoent experiment la of the voters terrtoe at the If elected coming election'OBO.L,.J promisingfaithful riajtaa.NOTICE superintendent. f' i That the
3. democratic
1. f : , T. F; WjEST,, Germany.gave the following,results: Christian Endeavor every Sunday voters of the district wUlnominstescan-:

Dark blue reflects ttt per cent. of the evening at 60: p. m. did..te for senator in a primary held in this county regardless of place

Candidate. .,..For-Attorney"Graeral- 1 'light falling upon It;,: dark green / frayer meeting and choir practice every of residence under the auspices of this committee which, is the Judge of

b4 f 1 about.10 per cent: pale red. a ,little I hereby announce myaelf a candidate for Thursday at 7.15 p. m. the returns In this county. It would "
than cent dark yellow. the office of Marshal and Tax Collector and Iask therefore be improper -for this;
i more .10 per ;
He native of;,;the state. has ..... .
'tS'I,a 1 SO cent.;'' pale the. 80.per cent; tit.lap, wf' the good people of.lOW" this committee, under such circumstances to endorse candidate.
per
' active of the i I am a pow man and r Deed It and I amnot. EPISCOPAL.K any ,
4 +' \Ieenln.: the ,practice pale yellow 40 per cent; pale green. rambler .or a wblaltllr drlDkaw. I am 'iUt
rr'' has .ried'ln' CS for wba' a right.... If elec.d, I will endeavor ... David D. KMd, rector. : ,
ant nearly
1 ( Iarfor' t 'peirsr; 48H per ; pale orange todolDyda' &e.'pt. W.li.HINDERSON.For L
second and fourth Sunday
Services -
per-ioent; pale whit, 70 per cent. every
1' the House of .Representatives and
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varnish Increase the at 11:00 a. m. ,
Glossiness and. State Attorney
j y State:Senate/and Is In;&Cc'o'vth: :amount .of light ...reflected.. Harper'a Communion 2nd Sunday at morning
f ;"the progressive spirit of the times. Weekly. To the Democratic Voters of the 7th Judicial services. CUSTOM TAILORING:

-. ? ..., .-.,,,, ..w Circuit of Florida ,_
I hereby announce 'that]am a candidate for Guild meeting event first Tuesday.JVosped .
reappointment .. State Attorney for the that absolutely right in style, fit, and price.:' You
I Primitive .....onl.... Seventh Judicial'Circuit of Florida,....subject.. '_ can buy ready-mades," of
( the action of the Democratic In Lots. course, but (they're not
t $1'or:$2perAciopefMooth "Did you sell your voter ADiill>12. You have honored me with thla. 'Park J made for you and they show It. Scrinf samples
office and I have endeavored lo deserve roar now.
.1... I voted for that filer1''cans.
of the most desirableand Come in '
the beat and
\.. I Mtnttdenre la. me by doing my duty to We ban two arrivin. see them. VJD.
c."P7 FarrPtoaws; a_ 1 liked him." OhDTabUn,. best located Jots in Prospect: Park. '
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" March 8,1912' TIlE KISSIMMEE- I VAT l 'FY: GAZETTL; <.\ t, Pnaro '11 '

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RELIGION ,

'Secretary Powell Says Papers Look New, Homes and Kitchen Gardens

Like Huckleberry Pudding., 'Bespeak.ProsPerity of Gty. III AND, FUN -YOUR BUILDING -

In a communication from Secretary We were wandering about the city III .
By. Dr. William s. Jacob
Powell of the Tampa Board of Trade in the other, evening. We do that frequently rtinr: .l fIr t l... .rto. -.... ,

which be announce that owing .to apparent .. We like to do it, and to think"of -.. will soon need hardware '
supplies., And you know what. a, trying proposition
lack of interest., In state-wide some places we know where ,we .. supply
,matters he will discontinue for a time' could not'ramble around town at this buying is' 'where you have to buy from a dozen different sources There are'sure to x'

the Issuing of'' bulletin to the itate time! of year,' except In a steam heated The'world generally respects long- be some parts to go back for alteration. Some shipments will 'be 'delayed that hold

press Borne interesting and, :valuable I cab.'. 'Anyhow, we were wandering faced Christians, and some have the up all. You have been thinking how much'quicker and easier. and better you.could

observations are made. The communication : around, and were struck by two note- of Idea this.that But they I are don't more like pious that because kind ofa get your building In shape if you could get'one 'pl&ee.io'buy all your'supplies. "
marked "Confidential" but worthy things first the. number of
j is we, : man. remember the poet'was'' ) That Is just what we are ready to do for you at an hour's, notice-furnish all. '
: going to take the privilege) print- new residences which are. under construction
ate once calling |In his old classmates materials that will ,
'of"the and the number of attractive your ,meet your most exacting demands-In economy In day-ln- "
ing a few things that Mr. Powell large after.they were old men, and after he ,
gays. .speaking of,hls purpose in and prosperous kitchen gardens had enumerated all be. spoke of the and-day-out wearing quality. ;

issuing the! bulletins,.Mr. Powell says which there are in Klssimmee.Our laughing boy. tie one whom yon '- And because we -.furnish: you with all your materials, we can, do it at a '

I have endeavored to'do a number of i travels the other_ _evening took us might think was all fun; but others) minimum of cost to you. We have brick cement, plaster,, ,paint, sash and doors,
thlnfta.the put year through my bulletins over much less than half the city, ,butin laughed at his, good deed., and his builders' hardware bath ,
: that space we saw an even dozen poor friend laughed loudest of alL I room and toilet fixtures, etc.'First'class Plumbing a specialty u't'
la true In the great poem I
houses 'None of believe It
To place the Florida orange before under construction.
ot life, said Dr. Jaeoba, that the best
the United-State.- superior to the these were temporary shanties, but I
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life la given to the man who can go :
California fruit, and to make a more substantial buildings, intended for through It with a smile, . .
profitable market for the fruit and homes, and ranging from comfortable I have had some experience with /

thus encourage larger acreage to oranges five-room cottages to the Imposing mission this matter. When I was In college, No-Rim-Cut tires Cut Tire Bills .9

and grapefruit and'to promote style bungalow on Emmett street, when I needed help and encouragement .

sales of.orange property.To which Is nearing completion. We think;, I did not go to the austere man. l-
make Post Card Day a winner.To from our observation at other times but to the man with the smile. Iteeem.d We now handle 'these tires ,'you have been reading, ..... .- These
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:: tires
I could approach him easier.I can't rim-cut. The jabbing rim hooks are
form boys' corn clubs for best ten that it is safe to say there are twenty- turned
have had some experience along outward. And the tire rests on a .
ears of corn, rather than acreage.To five residences under construction in theee lines since I have been In the ,.dO Klssimmee This is a remarkable testimony more air, 10 cent more ( 1
show the 100,000 tourists in the ; ministry. Many men with sorrows and per carrying capacity. fl"_. T .
the of the city. And we figure this -margin-adds 26 per cent to,
to rapid growth
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state that our climate! is superior 'to trouble have come to me for advice) 'tire mileage. Call
at our store and let us explain l this tire. Tire-users everywhere; are using them.
that ot California The present time of year would natu- and assistance, and I do not belle,. Why don't you avoid tire trouble, too T

To show that the newspaper Is the rally be a dull time in building operations It was because of any profound Impression tt +

belt literature to be sent from any city being so near the end of the season I I had made upon them by:
residents. That at exposition but because I had
far advertising for the winter profound ,
To protect the purposes.home merchant against this time f o many homes are being builtis met them with a smile, and theyfeltthey OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.
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indication that the could come. If the little bit
houses. a pretty good
order
mall
of the lack of growth of the city Is not only rapid, food I can do Inside the church was
After speaking cooperation all that I could do, I would reelgn L .
by most of the papers of the but permanent. The new homes are from the ministry and take up a secular ;

state, Mr. Powell says: going to be needed. During the past calling. Preaching sermons Is not .

I was working for co-operation of season no home in the city has been vacant the main work. The meaningless 01 .

the press and commercial bodies to up for more tha/i a few days at a words. Any man can say things; any
build the State.I time and there has been a continual demand I man can preach. If I had nothing to

may start the bulletins again as for houses that could not be filled do but get up sermons I could get. LUMBBR LATH MOULDINGS HINQLBfV '

politics are ripe and m.rketed.That'a The building operations ought to be them up by the barreL My opportunity
soon as for real work Is to go and meet pe0-
all In order to provide
trouble with Floridathere's kept up summer i
one pie with burdens on their hearts, andto .. rr
who will wantthem
homes for the people
too much"politics. help them.
A man will tear bis. shirt into shreds next fall. We find out a great many thing ,

to get a job that pays him a thousand The number of kitchen gardens in about the world when we get out In It. s.. -. t
dollars a year, and wouldn't give ten the city would seem to indicate that After all It was not the sermon on.
cents to s commercial organizationwhich lot of the people in Kissimmee are the mount, but ,his Uf. In the valley

without further effort on his helping to solve the problem of the and on the seashore that gives u. Dyal-Upchurch Building( :, Jacksonville Florida ,.
his real bigh cost-of living .. it applies to them. our conception ot Christ AH the worlds L'
of
part will double the value There are many folks here who from / trying to get away from Its sorrow Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock 'is made from the best timber In Florid., I II well main

estate holdings. huckleberrypudding a city lot have kept their tables supplied I think we have grown more and more ufactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots are exceptionally good
like
look a
The papers Into Incorporating sorrows Into outfaces :
with the finest of
all winter long
with a score or
these days
voices and manners.
out of door..,, mind
more half tones of candidates stuck alf vegetables-grown What kind of a memory do you wt.bto
without requiring any sort of pro- leave
over the pages. you leave Are you going to
tection from frost These numerous friends b.ppthougbt that >''r r
Politica never built op any community your a -
never built any factories, or sold beautiful little kitchen gardens are an will strengthen them and comfort.
I ( indication of what can be grown here. them after you are goneT This bud
t-.n..- tract
!(, If-all---the space now devoted to poli- ness of long-facedness and one-half a Is lie.one-half If your selfishness : Embroidered Embroidered a {

If devoted to communitybooming Milliards Island. I
tics was soul Is as sorrowful as your face appears i .r
Florida would double its population you are not content. The moreI : I
nights.- '
Inside of a year. These are glorious; moonlight sea of long-faced piety, the more
Mr. Powell says that "when Florida Grand old Tohopekaliga looks best when convinced I am that It Is not genuine.I \
fair Lunar shines down in radiant Corset CoversBeautiful Voile- Waist
,N gets down to brass tacks again" hemay always had respect for the Methodist
start his bulletins again. We hope splendor on its peaceful waters. Ideal "amen." It Is a sort of applause allowed .'l
for all lovers of the to encourage I I..
so. California has been made by state- boating nights In church wjhlch\ serves
Florida with greater water. the speaker and help him hand-embroidery on fine Batiste -.
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wide co-operation. around It not be' as formal as Fronts, exquisite patterns on fine white
r Everybody seethe to be busy along. may
I I natural resources and advantagescan scalloped edges button-holed
the eye
the or as
blind the amen of Episcopalian '
far surpass California as soon as here, "nary a lazy one The the Presbyterian, but it lets for all made exbept hem Voile, withor e-and-a.haIEjard.of plain", : :;
silence of .
gibbon
and invalids all arise with the sun or a , . ", .' .,
our people get together. SecretaryPowell means something. I wish enough and band ", .$1.95 matching material to fin!,h $1.80y.. 1 r'
the little sooner.; It takes boosters to ". .: ,v' : ; ; ::
been to get people church to .... ..
Jt has trying Methodists would join my ,-. . ..,,!,, Alii '" ,
Some folks '1'" "' 1".iI' ,
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make this big .world ,
wag. .
' together in a few essential things. furnish an amen corner. I like for ,ri 11'
,,. The people of the state can very well i don't care whether corn are-two bushels you to respond kwhen I talk Sometimes .

afford to take hold with the man whole or.three, but we do. I see someone nod his head ana 'C
u. whole state. We are pleased to note that Mr. M. I see that I have met with his ap- Cents ;
to help the Yard
. trying\ Embroidered Robes 45
IS - -- G. Clow and family from Oklahoma, proval. And then again I see another Flouncing at a
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have just moved Into their nice new shake his head and I know he doesn't .

>'U, A fEWHINTS house erected on the once known Joe believe It. At any rate whether you \ '
Barber place. Our lads and lassies like It or not, I like the response, a. ;<
I feel we are talking and thereIs
Valuable Suggestions\ to Membersof heartily welcome the young people to something between us. Silk-striped Voiles In white and colors. 'o-
this community. .
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II much religion in happy '
There as '
the Board of Trade. Rev. J. D. Wyandt 'Js holding revival as In sorrow. I say there Is more. Plain Voiles in black, white, and colors. ;|;Z'f: '' I; t

At a banquet held at Minneapolis lasl services this week at Union Center I There should be only one kind of sorrow Cotton Foulards--look just like silk ones. r 3 A'
week $55,655 was subscribed by 249 school house. Will continue until Sun- and that Is godly sorrow. And
members of the Commercial Club with- day evening. I I there is more reason' for godly happiness Satin Crepon, white and dainty colors. wM

lJ I. in a half hour. At this banquet some Miss Irene Hilliard is slowly but than sorrow. After all about, there In Corded Jacquard Silks, Tissues, Dimities. .if.fi1
is not very much to worry +i hWy
notable remarks were made by the surely improving; will soon be able to this world If we will but keep up a Bordered Lawns, Zephyr Ginghams, Etc. -=..
her western a present
drive new pony
speakers: smile. If we only look at It in' the
1"Voluntary unity alone is productive from her father. f right way every sorrow has Us meanIng. I .. r "

1e of goo L Forced cooperation fails ofof Mr. Ad Story, and family, have The bitterest sorrows of my life -. '

I doing good." moved back to their country home from have been my greatest opportunities.They 1,
"Don't.worry how the revenue willt Klssimmee. have enabled me to find myself I ,

'10; be spent. IfYou will give freely oft A party of wild cat hunters, namely: to see whether I was right or wrong. \ : .r

,, your money and yourselves, it will Mr. Sam Story and family, Mr. and, Christians ought not to sorrow asthose H. C. STANFORD COMPANY 1
but they should
with hope,
no .
Clark of Kissimnree. .
naf make broader men and more worthy Mrs J. D. were ,
you
rejoice. Have you ever noticed how
it cltltens." on the island Monday morning. Guess serious sin IsT Who are the people ,\ ;'

je l J "The only danger,,is that you will not they'were hunting the cat Rosier Lawson who laugh" They are the people who ,.-___ :

I have enough'revenue. to. .prosecute yourS and his fine dog, Rex, killed a few have down In their hearts the con : ,

. i work,". days since sclousnees 01 purity and right living.The .
1rl I "Pride in one'.' .elf, in one's work, I Mr. John Overstreet wears a broad happier side of life la the trt. y3e.
,:,' in one's city, even if it amounts to ton- smile over his prospect for watermelons.Mr. umphant., the other fataUI a. A,long Amttmtmm* 1>TM. W. M. F..r.f4 YJe..1>re.. .WJVrr.OSCEOLA C. W W.e.q, 3..w/ flees,.
,J.\-\ celt. ls the essential thing I do not Chas. Funk Is reaping a rich face Is an Indication of defeat and F
*' mean'', the conceit that Ignores blemishes harvest of kumquaU this winter. despair. The Christian needs no long LUMBER' COMPANY (/nc )
< that recognisesthe .
,. conceit
9- but that face. The man on the way to Inherita ,
the latent possibilities of the day. ''Mr.and Mrs Ira Weth.rbee, jr., will ,
[1, of Ben Franklin that Ifze their home on the great fortune doea not atop to grieveover r rv
Mill
we"The do not adage hang together we shall hang Boon occupy new a dime lost In the sand. So with Planing and Novelty Works; '
lake.
ltiU bal its IIgDlftcance ID the Christian He ought to'CO laugh. V; l '. .
lly our separately day: ,W. .... witnessing move- I I H. C. LlghUey has a wonderful 4 lag a* he walks, even to, the tomb. L ,, ..1A \
( anent toward unity In every department inch well, just driven by Mr: Dibble, making stepping stone of gravestone. r ..'
0" of human life: social, economic, political nearly 800 feet deep, giving an abundant to higher things. If yon are A f ::
1, and eec1..la tJea1." i supply of soft water. Most deep on' the way to your Inheritance, you ,

..tece; I wells contain very hard water. should be happy. Next to ,the gift of ' ,
....1 ', In the Corporation. The Union Center school closed Mon- Immortality is the gin of the possibility 1H1] ,,
A tramp who had been pat off a saddened at o': Joy.: G
11. hearts will be
", Rock ,Island train fell Into a Tat 01' day. Many Some men ark what about God's '?V' *'"i'i-s-'tj---' g .' 1
the parting of Miss Florence, the much 1 **JWw ; 7'> ; a si N
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boUlng water while seeking a place house I* It a place for laughter and <> I ** .*' **?> t
of ftleep. The whole' train schedule) war loved and respected teacher, who goes merriment What does the church ].. 6 ll

1rl' disarranged tin I order' that a special to St. Cloud at present then to her old stand 'for? I* It a morgue, or Is it a I t

. train' which rushed the tramp to ft Kentucky h me.,* place or resurrection T I win let you 1 J \
hospital should have the rightofway.The Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Llaht e,, and answer the question. The Bible saylt ;

I' aonllessness of the aoulleas corporation little Mildred, dined with the Hilliard's "Make a Joyful noise unto the Lord. -OJ'' !i '"
',hast Its frontier. It may be Sunday.J. But this doeen't mean snickering la "

_. without'heart the competition' for K. Hilliard has a mania for im church. : ll ;tfa W r
business, without conscience In gain- Let me Impress this thought upoa -
provements. A modest little sign was t ;
lug Ita earnings out of passengers and you. 00 Into the world and see how
-aUppersv.i-Bnt-whea.the appeal otlm-. 8 ttedJ..t '.eek.lhowlng friends and happy you can be and make I 1C Ood'a By J..I t. urf/A eS MM< will* .&/. fa r.*Just tfkat j Mt ..- and in a certain *p c man suffering Is mad. to ItIt, can forget fertilizer agents'which! aide'of the Idea was to make us eternally happy SAVE YOU FROM 10 TO IS PER C JV1' W, are loea .sT rigAs.e prfeat* ewtteA M labor Island he lives A Pioneer. ,hlppatg"Wf toad c_ .
on
I !that",Ita policy Is to keep and not eternally' sorrowfuL
at Its lowest wage to pay for personal " " "" OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY Inc. KIS4IMM J, "

hurt only.It"It must to gouge and. Pie.lure. FLORIDA

'sometimes cheat Where spontanaxn.j Pleasure, without responsibility, 1s I\\' ' .il
? ,;' impulse'';are| generous there t..bo The uppermost Idea In advertising the greatest evil.In; the social "orl.todaT f ,
real'danger that any''policy of Industry. Is getting .closer' too thing TJaOa with >- :: *
/. and U Ailing"our, Letter Heads 1.
developed.*,of, commercial al they actually are' not ae they criminals, ,our asylums with Insane, Note .
,; will ever' become fixed. are 4 assumed. ,to bevr-Prlnter'e" "o. r'' homes with broken.'hearts,; our,

Lowe profitable) 'its meanness be Toledo and lllic. t'r ', divorce courts_with shattered men, and' Wedding! .Invitations; Cards, ,Etc.:: ,, Printed'' ,,Here_ J rpnipUy., 4'i
I cruelty \rnay to Rev W. H. Oelstwelt. BanUst -
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THE KlSSlilMEE VALLEY GAZETTE
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i SNOW : VS. SUNSHINE' DAS"ffN flOUR A RASPBERRY BUSH Orange Center. '

The young people of Orange Center - Classified Advertisements,
entertained Saturday
were delightfully
New Yorkers longingly Jo-, first, Lot of flew Product Turned J,. M. Willson Proves That Dtlidous* evening by Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen. _,

After playing Intere.tlnag.mel.,
: ward Sunkissed .Kissimmee Out at Cannery. Berry, Will Grow Here. light refreshmeuts many consisting of cake Advertisements are..inset ted under this head *t the rate of 5 Cents

.. Mr. JT. ,D. ,Gifford, who "hat been The .first dasheen flour ever made. In We sometimes' wonder'If t) ere will and guests cream.were were:Mr."and served Mrs. E.The J.invited Keen, '. -peV line each InsertlQn.I .

pending :the winter with Mr. M. D. the worlds history was turned out at ever be found anything that, will not Mr.- and Mrs. M. F. George, :Mr. and ,I .J'

Catler.Jn, this city, ha sent us '.the Spawn's canning factory this week. In grow In the rich soil and under, the sa- Mrs.: I. H. Keen 'Misses Phoebe and I. TYPEWRITER carried.. small Blickensderfer, .
lubrlous'skies of Sunklssed Klsslmmee! :Mabel Hunger Iris Oliver Ruby Keen FOR SALE easily In good condition.
following letter received him few price'of
by a view of the Increasingly high Price $10. Lena Lord Sumner
and Messrs. H. F. Cain Paul Stanley ,_ ----
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day.eo from friend In Herklmer ot : and of Beaumont
Hying and the increasing scarcity Earl Manger Henry Keen Robert I AGENCY FOR SALE-Good pay good west avenue. 11-tf
'County, New York,' who are looking material for m.klnahe staff of Me, that raspberries would not grow Wm. Ivey. reasons for selling. Pennell Agent. r ...
sunklssedKualmmee. Importance successfully here.: It has been said so 8-ti SIX-ROOM Cottage large lot. located ,
with toward of
longing eyes this may be a statement more block and half of
in a postoffie '
; nice.
.' .The_ ll.1tiemelJrom% than appear. on the face of it. often that folks have 'just come to accept For Member Board of Public In- fresh part Jer- young citrus fruit trees electric
whom the letter flour it as the truth. ,Our Rood: friend, FOR SALE-One cow Whts and bath Price
camu are prominent Mr. Spawn says dasheen produce. etructioh.I ., I. II. Wctherbee. ll.4tpCOOK'S $2,850. H.
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,:citizen of their county, and :Mr.. (Glf the best results when used half and Mr. J, M. Willson, Jr., 'called our at- hereby announce myaelf. a eandiiiaU, for sey. M.: Breaker &1 Co. _" 8-tf .
t will with tention this week to a living growing, reelection ... a member of th. School Board thoroughbred Buff ---------k.. ,
ford it that flour. STRAIN
thtnk very likely they half, wheat This meanathat from Ibis the First district. subject. to lbs ao. NEW,' Modern six.room concrete bungalow
{;Ultimately decide to settle In Florida. If dasheen flour'can be producedat bearing proof to the contrary. Lion of the DemocrAtlo primary. Orpington eggs $1.flofor 15. u. A. close to postoffiee and -

c }Mr.. Gifford himself I. more than pleasfed .. a reasonable price as there seems :Mr.; Willson has In hit-yard as \pretty? -WALTER: C., BASS. Gilbert. 8-tf section. Price $3,000 terms business on

'with Klssimmee,-so pleased in every reason to believe is possible the a raspberry bush as anybody ever saw. HAY FOR SALE-Well-cured, baled half of purchase price if desired. Ii.

':.fact that he has taken options onseveral new tuber offers the'' possibility of a The truth of the matter' ii 'that thisgenial For Tax Assessor. crab grass hay by New Eden Plantation M. Breaker Co. ,.. 8-tt.

.t, ] piece of property, and expects doubling of the breed material of .the climate will raise anything that voters I bar of deolded Oaceul to Count 1I1.e6 tat for nitue the ofllo before of TaxAiuMaor. the: Company' Box 496, Kissimmee I I FOR SALE-Three residences. On In,

r1 :\ .: to locate here. The letter follows world. grows. Some things may be grown mary 1 ahall. Irl endeavor should be to till ronr thofflc choice. In th'J'lria..d Fla. 102tp Eureka.additlon $600 one In Lilly'. .

1 : : We beve received sample of the more profitably than, others but no la th* beat of my ablll.,. Your support FOR SALE OR RENT Nine -room addition $1,500 Waters i; one In. Bass' addition -

,:, >', Mohawk,. N. Y. dasheen flour. It looks. like regOlarfiour man needs to go without his favorite will ... .pp..latlOd.WILLIAM.I.apeetlu1lr I. itAShOFor house with bath; 2 lots; 20 bearing Company.$2,600. &Carson Grocery --

", J. D. Gifford, and we expect to make a biscuitor fruit or vegetable in Klssimmee. orange and grapefruit trees; view Central of 61-tf____,
'. lake close in. Inquire at
:
It '
.r' Dear Sir:- two" out of it. :Mr. Spawa has also County CommissionerI Fish Market. 10-tf TWO very desirable -resideri? l lot In
( ,
[ft ,I received your letter Saturday. sent us a dasheen. We have been anxious WELL IN THE DESERT hereby announce! 'a candidate for reelection ---- -- -- Carson addition, each 60x164'' feet. ''
had I to the OHIO :'It'J t Commlaalonerfrom FOR SALE-Tent 14x16 feet with There are 16 bearing orange tree on'
Intended to write before this for
the little things sometime
;jl you to see lHrlut No. 6,and reipertfuUy aollcll tho flies. Also small good make.D. these lots under good new I fencej
buthave been very busy drawing logs and we wel omed'the Brooksvlll.beanwItniuckecJatwbatevertht. support; ol the voton la that dlatrlct i'EARCB B, Herrlngton Mabbette st. lOtf located closets the lake. $350 cash 1

.' ..:-aLnd: wood%--WVliave- had..Jioma. .:ery.. ) W. 8. tafces the two. See til. M. Breaker'.k'I'\

(l cold stormy weather here* last Wednesday b is.: We must say, however, -that we New Plants *Are Centrifugal TEN ACRES Choice land in Park fence Garv ----&Co. 81-tf
For den, all under good woven wire ,
County Judge.To .
and Thurtd The wind blew and were disappointed. We expected some- Pumps Run by Steam. lbs Democratic Yotar* of Oacaolm, County, good flowing well and has been PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline

,I lit! snowed somethjng fierce railroads thing long ajid slim and we found instead Florid: plowed. Price $850.00. Downing fires. Get one for your launch auto

('-ere blocked so that In -places trains that it is short and plump. The J hereby annonnc that I *m Oweola a candidate for Realty._Company. 10-tf. or garage and be safe. Sold by Ceo. t-
of ,
County Judge County N. Saunders
,
could not get through. For two days sample we have is only about 1J jnchesin Regions Which Had Never Been aubject to :' action: or the l> mooratlo Primary SMALL FARM just outside city limits. agent Kissimmee. '87MISCELLANEOUS. '
1 alnccrely IhankyouJur your aipport in the
the, Richfield trolley did not get through. diameter and 21| inches long. It is Forced by Drought to Seek Water pant, and will Tory much ahprecMte your atip- good five-room house. good deep well

Tonight it is stormy again, ice and covered with a fiber.like coat and resembles and. Having Found It They port 0. UKO. F. PARKER' and new hog-tight fence around part '

1 taleet, its awful to be out in I tell you. a lily bulb-a sort of diamondin Will Now Use I Irrigation. of iL A snap at $50 per acre. 10-tf Down- WADE the tuner Orlando. "' "

: \< 1 11 Often think of you and wish I the rough. Inside the rough coat Is Tax Collector ing: Realty Company. "

Sinking wells into water-bearing Daring l rrn of offlpo aa Tax oUe'tor! I rORIEORRETFiiished 6: FOUND-A child's bracelet. -
might be there too. perhaps I will some a white solid substance ,, veT)" similar to my Owner
have
,time. Last Saturday we all went to the meat of the Irish potato. The strata to secure domestic and Irrigation given the poople thewurkmyiper.ooai ol OnR.ola ounty' altonlloa to the beiib andfcvrrau room house with immediate possession can office secure same by calling at this
1 supplies Is now being resorted of my ability. I will t b.. a oantlldato lor reelection April 1st. Electric )lights, describing property and paying ,
Herklmer to the grange and had a fine dasheen in fact is a sort of cross be- and for this '
to as never before. New and broader if my work la the office baa met city water, bath etc. About three notice. 10-2t: J>, ,'
'.timer, I wish 1 was with you there to tween the Irish potato and the sweet with your approval I :will: wry mooR appreo.lata blocks from postoffice. For further -- -
/ conceptions of the relations of sub your .ol'l'orl.| Very reaiMH-tfully' '\
'night to eat,oranges of which I am potato. It is a pet product of the government terranean water to irrigation have ( .L.BAiDY. information apply to owner corner WANTED-The sweetest thing out for

'{very fond. There has been lots of experiment station at Brooks. recently prevailed., Individual irrigation Sumner street and Orlando ave. lip your fresh from girl-Fuller Greeme Candy-

1 alckness this winter and a number have ville and is said to be one of the heaviest undertakings have been recently An Ordinance TEN ACRES choice land in Pinedale, Company. factory.' Kissimmee Drug

passed away. When you are sitting in'' producers of the vegetable king- established very largely upon wells close to new canning factory. easily -- -- 83-tf ,
An Ordinance Amend "Section 228 or the
is
the shade with no coat or vest on. think dom. We're ashamed to say what the and pumps or upon flowing wells OcnHml llrdlnonoeaof) the City of KisaimmeeFlorid. cleared and very productive. This FOR! a nice-hot I
wherever the : ... relatlvna to the Spend and lice of, just outside the city limits. This or cold lunch visit room. )I. ,,
.. they can be had. During
.; of us poor boy* riding to town with fur experts claim is the maximum production UldxluaHE would make an ideal chicken ranch next to Postofflce. Lunches sent on '

coat and felt boot on and then not hut it's several dasheens to the last three years there have been. per IT: ORDAINED: BY THE COUNCIL OK and truck farm. Price $100 per a("re, phone calls. Phone 154. 8-tt 6 '
TUB CITY UK HIS4UIMEK I KIXJR1UA.eectton .
.
haps ten times as many pumping out-. .
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--'-'- -
keeping very warm. Addle says tell J. That aectlou &* of the Uenernl easy terms. Downing Realty Com '; --------------

you she would like to be where she acre.Anybody wjio wants to see a real live flu set up for irrigation as had been Ordinance of the City of Klatlmmee, Florida, pany. 10-tf LUNCH ROOM-The place for a nice :' ;;1
employed during the whole earlier Irrigation be amended no an to r..a.l .. fallow hot or cold lunch, short order meal 1
!);-eoudhave some of those fresh vegetables dasheen in. invited to the Valley Gazette of this state. "22ft. It Hball be unlawful for any peraon or TWO Beautiful five-acre tracts. about or oysters any style visit the lunch ,' !/'lj
from the If and persona to ride a bicycle on SOY of the tiled or half-mile outside limits. on hard I room next to Potofflce. ,
garden especially office. We have one in captivity. Large Irrigation companies have I cement kldewalka wftkU the corporate| limit city Phone or- k;
tit was green corn. I guess everyone assure our readers that it is entirely sunk groups of wells and pumped I of KiMlrnmee Florid. AnY pitraon OrperOflIconvlotoi marl road, splendid neighbors'. Price ders promptly delivered. Phone 164.tf '
of violation of till Section iihall ba .75 Downing Realty Com '
acre.
",j;around there are well. About whatIme harmless. from them Into their distributing lined lu a Hum Dot to exceed 10. orby Imprlionluent per 10-tf I ; ,
p
In the a'abooafi' at hard labor for not pany. -' ,1,
L' :are you coming back or do you ditches and flumes. Individual Irrl-I ... FOR fresh fish I '
more than thau teu da3a, or b both inch flue phone the Rull Bass ,:
think you will locate there gaLore have sunk wells and bought $ImprUnumeut.I 11,000 ACRES. about eight thousand of Market No. 189. .
CLUB l.u.
BY 19-tf
? Your ENTERTAINED pumping plants when the ditch water .Hfc'tlon ti. Iliad all Ordlll.n.or parts of which is fine prairie ,muck ready for I t "
truly
Ordlnaucee lu cotilljct Mith the provialoha
tailed and have now learned the superiority the plow; no better trucking I or general -I WOOD, {
t, W. Getman. herein oonlalned be and the aame are hereby per strand $1.25; five strand r
George farming land in the South close II j.75.; .
of home supply. to be drawnup repeal: Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf '
: Co. Panned In open aoaalou of Couucll tbla 6th to railroad. Price $8.00 acre. :
Members ( per
Mr. GiftordI Metropolitan Iqncert!
Dear :- just when It can be used to best i, day ol March A 1>. 1912.l t 10-tf MEET )
Downing Realty Company. me at Kissimmee
am very glad that you are advantage and often to be had for W. II MAKIXfON. I'rratdent. Drug Co. and !7jl
Are Guests of Honor. (SEAL) Atteal J. H. (;OH.BKHI; we will get a drink of the Belt sod ..
: enjoying yourself. How I wish I was much less than the rates of the ditch Clerk City of KlH.lmmee.ApproxMt i HAVE For sale anything in the way water made. 31-tf .
which had thin 7th day of March A. D. IIII!, _.. ._ _ ,
.L.
of the companies. Large regions
with you, away from all thia rain The monthly meeting Literary II. CLAY eTANFOHD Mayor of Florida real estate that one could ",, '
,wind snow.and disagreeable weather. Club was held at the Chapter House never secured Irrigation systems have 11-8 wish, and can assure you the best FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull)! \.. ,
I been forced to seek water --- ---- ------ --- and lowest Bass Market. '
by drought -- -- terms prices. Downing No. 189. 19-tf '
last afternoon with the two
*> Can imagine that you are picking roses Monday 10-tf and having Jound It below ground in Realty Company.
f and oranges in your shirt sleeves and ladies from the Metropolitan Companyas ample quantities they will not fall In A Normal SchoolFOR I MUTTON fresh fat and fine. at .i'

hfr 'sleeping with your wlndow* wide open guests of honor. They were Miss the future to use Irrigation. as a sup Spring MARRY In haste and repent at leisureis I Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf \. !

while we are plowing through snowbank Gerwing, the talented young violinist plement to the rainfall. an old saying. Buy land way off : : ''.; '
ten feet and icicles and the charming soprano, Miss of centrifugal FLORIDA TEACHERS from nowhere and you will be equally ANYONE anywhere can start amid (
.l: deep freezing; Many these plants are sure to repent. Buy better land closeto order business at borne No canvass-' : .
;4 on the end of your nose a foot long and Richey. pumps run by steam. These are S at good town and tor less money. ing. Be your own boss. Send for free "' ",

aleeplng with half :a dozen blankets A. Dickens program had been pre- the ..larger plants fifteen. to. forty You c.n'do it,it you will, and if you booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, -

k ver UL'* But then you know how it Is, pared by Mrs.,Makinson and :Mrs. Bullock )- horsepower and In- some Instance, JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY are wise you will do it. Downing Lockport. N. Y. S
more, and the size of the pumps ranges Realty Cowpany. 10-tf
and the different numbers were :
iso that makes Florida
o e.,apprecl.te/ ,
"p from four ,to twelve Inches. Most of SHIP your produce to (i. W. Judy &
k that much now. 'STake care of yourself, listened to with much interest Mrs. March 27 to May 28,1912The Co. '
tbatadded the smaller' pumps are, run by gasoline FOR SALE-By owner, Z. W Bass Tampa, Fla 'Write .them for
Jiavo'a good time and write often. Norton sang two beautiful solos although several use crude, oil 3 lots 50x133 making 150x133 3- stencil. 9-tt

,From your'friend1"! much to'the pleasure ot the af and of them are also centrifugal. room cottage for $500, $225 cash and -- - ---=- ;
many books used are those ordered by month until for. If BLUE RIBBON Ice
$12 paid you Cream best In
\\ ti Frank Getman. ternoon.At Some of these deep-well per ,
are State Superintendent Holloway.For wish to see the property phone No. town. Kiasimmee Drug Co. 31-tf .
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__ -- -- : the close of the literary program pumps and they are very; satisfactory the nine weeks free tuition will 73. Kissimmee, Fla. Property is "

*"' .v Union'wter News. I a short informal reception was given In raising water from a greater be given also free rooir rent and a reduced about one mile southwest from depot. I, AN intelligent person may earn $100' ,J,

: the guests Mrs: Willson and Mrs. depth than 100 feet. From 100 to 300 rate for board for all who room Also haveother houses and lots and monthly corresponding for newspa ,

JVThe' I.. U. A.. S. will meet at the Winn serving tea and fancy cakes. The feet they work admirably. The cost in the Dormitory. Tuition will be four tracts of 40 acres each, cheap I pers. No canvassing. Send for_par; -'-.

homo of Mrs.., E. F., Gatlin, Thursday ; of pumping differs materiallywith; charged for those not rooming in the six miles ont. 2-tf ticulars. Press Syndicate, 'B 2245., "
whole afternoon was most enjoyable. Dormitory. This special rate will applyto Lockport. N.Y. ",
the different kinds,of sices of
", at :2 o'clock March 14- Following is the program: and of wells.power Figuring all who are preparing to teach in FOR SALE-8,750 acres timber lands -- -- /
At tho last meeting held l February Charles Dickens; an Author-Miss pumps depth of Florida schools' Orthoar.phyJ.Read- with five mlles: of lake. A first class FOK ltENT,1 ),
from what be safe
a
'18th it waa unanimously voted that each may average ing Geography, Arithmetic Composition colony proposition. Also some of the 1
Eloise :Moon.Pickwick's.
I
4
the actual .cost of fuel. a No. pump. English Grammar Physiology
in this '
'family In the'neighborhood< give their best paying orange groves DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Tilter. -' ":
Weckler. ,
Proposal-Miss centrifugal using gasoline, a* power History Agriculture Physical Geography part of the state, farm lands and 1
", place' -a suitable name;', ,The", name tot Life and Writings of Charles Dickens at 70 feet depth will cost about three Civil Government, Algebra and city property. C. Buckels. 2-tt \o

; r"-- : ;be painted "on ..board In 'conspicuous -Mrs. Boyce. dollar a day. This should result In Theory and Practice will all be taught TO LET-At reduced rent- Outlaw'.

f -If' place. Mr. a- K Hllllard,_ baa hi* Song-Mrs. Norton. 600 gallons a minute 36,000 gallon an from the books ordered by State Superintendent WE:"'Have listed some of the most desirable billiard room in St. Cloud... P. O. ', ;;'

\ _::. board erected and baa''' given his place Selection from' Oliver 'I'wllt-Miss L hour or 360.000 gallons. a day often.' *Holloway.Student may enter. at any timed For property on the market both Box 138. St. Cloud. 11-8t.. .' '

t. "'4""" the name,, "Billiard Island Orange Galnes.- hours. \ nine week 39.00 covers the entire University !- city and county: which we offer at DESK ROOM TO RENT-La; ;)light' \1 '

t "., Grove.The, following ..families have Music-;Mis* Ruby Ellis.Selection' Such to a Irrigate stream about of water five acre I Is calculated a day-. charge Those who have first There the lowest is no padding prices to of. be prices obtained.by us, I window on" Broadway.' Address Box ,
certificates will to
permitted 322.
chosen name. for:their places;, Mr. H. from David CopPerft.lI2- little'more than XH grade every piece of property sold at exact City, 9-tf ,. ;1
to a depth of a elect advanced studies in the College of
",
CLIghtsey: "Promised land. Mr. Miss Aultmati. Inches., A better and safer estimate Liberal Arts. All the splendid retour- price: placed on it by the owner. I TO RENT-After May 1, 'furnished

jo. IdH.W.therb.e.-"Tb-RetreIt.. ;, Mr. Song Mrs.. Norton., would probably be, four acres a day ces of Stetson will.>be placed at the service Write will do us our your best requirements-to please and We house. 9 rooms bath electric lights i,, ""

,, ,Ira WetherbeeLake.'Breeze."-' Mr.; I ; j" to a depth of about two Inches. But, of the young men and young womenwho'wish showing just the kind of property you by I hot and cold water; piano etc.; 6 ors A:,r. \\1''
you all\
.. more boarder .aasifred I '
C. H. Funk;' "Lakeside Villa.. Mr. Si: generally speaking: It 1* aafer.to say to take advantage of this unrivaled '-, desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf summer.
Address '
'L Report of, Treasurer'V. .I I. 1911. opportunity., Box 143. lOtf .'.
of three dollars acre .
; that at coat an
,3. W. Barber, "Pin1 View.- :Mr. G. a Send for' booklet, describing the L '
,-vtt *'' land be Irrigated two or three c : FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit '
can
'Oak Lawn. FOR RENT House
B. Lawson. -
to
furnished
;t. RECEIPTS. courses partly
250
} ,, . n f Balance from 1910 . ... ... . ...:$159 82 times at six dollars'' an*acre 'annually. PRESIDENT LINCOLN HULLBY: grove five acres.with muck and bearing ten acres trees pine from April 1 to November 1, at' avery -
> - and li Is certainly worth the'mOD', I 11-6t DeLand. Florida. reasonable rent to adult .
A'Jritl Boat ride,. . . . : . . :. . . 28 00Sublcrlptlons' In dry .seasons' like the present. The land in cultivation thirty and one- D. B. Hemngton Mabbette street only.,

: . . . . . . . 12 00LyceumenterLainmen' cost of a plant 1* about $1.200. half acres unimproved land,five.roombox : 3d door west 'Bermuda ave. 10-tf,
average ,
I ":few days since an ;-old time'dsrky house good barn and welL The -
_ at Lincoln'. and asked for a ; '.,,. .42,_ '40 In many Ceases.the eo.tj wlll 'be only a improved land all under good fence. r 'j'

J. 'appeared Sale_ of street' names..8, 60 fraction of that given. But eenth., ; This property on the north side of Notice for:'Bids' .
lunch, he was politelyinformed, \tit I fl.' 4"'" \Ail" "';;;\ higher figures are below the coat warranted mmiTqJRetit East Lake four miles from Narcoos- -Nolle for fild for BtrMt,Paring I !Xoiei,: to J

Colored people were .not. .rted.at said .lT9taL , ....' ,f. .}$2 82 by tbe.avIngf a crop/a* the seer nine ,miles from Kissimmee. be Issued by Cll of Klaalmmm. Viorid*.' '

I place; but If he'would'go arountl to the sEWia: DITURES, ,, . experience of Individual. has,shown.OverT. Price $ ,500. $2,500 cash, balance one the Notlo reaolnltoa*1* haraby adopUd given by tbat.Lb.In-CouAet'punnanee' of the of

t: back door \tho''cook,:couUJ:give\blrn. a Donation,.to library\ |.*'e. "+{ >>>J'-f,65 00 .large area' of the country windmills year. H.> M. Breaker Co. CILOI Council ICIniilmmvc'oik will: receive bidS JanuaryaM.for the 1812. th...*r I';,

; little filling. ''Qu nn'? who knows howiito"do1t Mon subscrlpton to library 60 00 ,are 'used aa motor for Irrigation BEAUTIFUL lake front lot'consistingof I T.eo".flY.Tb..acl (l2ft. X>.UO. tmrehue:PoU.... Pix, "

\ and no, doubt having _a:.tender Opera bouse. . . ." . . . : .. . 10 00 pumps and careful"accounts i of.. : a half block located in the best I. Office Per Cant m the Slraat Paving if at 0.Kinlnuawi..... a&h.*.Tlo"Clerk's..tda.'

j. spot in bid heart for the aged gentle- Smith,,for janitor work. :. . . 1 00 their efficiency are available; an. excellent purpose : who will
11 hi(Trace have him a hand-out Check for F.. Agnew loan C 00 unquestionably only to party Improve it to '
'"' |manof Vans, ,) under favorable condition up, to correspond ,with surrounding The Uiu oon.UU uf 'Ktra (?)' noses," esei l>
. ... ..... 100 prop dated March lat,1912, and each for tb.um of
!of Morning Buckweat and Maple Syrup. Moving . .
piano4.: Full particulars and price '
.UmUof their.capacity. ;: erty. to Kir Thonu.rut (WJ.OCOOO) Uollan, maturingro
: i JH* !again ]appeared 'at the frontdoorfanoVpat Opera house. . ..h.-. .. 10. 00 1 I : interested. party. H. M. Breaker ..p.cViT 'l/ ..-.two.-Uuwvfour.aud are,
I l -, -.- .
.. ,\"W' \ .hi hand,with a profll" bowing i F.' W.,Stalker, tickets ,..,.' . . . 2 25 How fa Test Garden ,S..dL, : A FORTUNE INTBICE HAT &,Co._ 81-tf yoara.lutMwat on aald bou*ahall be due sad "....*-.

", tU"i i jand' acraoingi! .> 'the 'following, 'thank*! I Mrs. Bryan for badges. .. ... .. 1 20 To avoid poor stands seeds should 'Hay In Florida sells rom $20.00 to SALE.L Five abU( each on tn,.*&r flrai. day. of March Mad' Ifeptembcro .i .

:; I werf extended to,Col.. Lincoln;;, Moving piano . ... . . . . 100 be teated 'befo p1allt1nC. This 1* avery $38.00 per ton.. : FOR good paying orange Paid BOUM will not be sold for 1m than par

'" 4!' ,Say;Bout .Whatyou' done get dat: Yearly due for Chapter House. 6 00 simple operation and'' requtre.but. More than.2} tons of upland ric land bay grove.acres Irrigated and a' 20-acre with Skinner truck farm system.3 "" A'certtflod,.1>1.10 the cheek Tre.earer for FUa of the Hundred CUT ol DoUse.'A KbulmUUM. : ..
be raised Muck
:.-: Oh bell familiar' land mark Work tree boxes 1 00 a few)minute There are several can per acre:on Alaocotnplete sawmill shall Maompanjr MOB bid. the fight.Is
cook a on i --t..h. : capacity 10,000 .
f ; t< (* and also two crops per year. ....n." lo reject amy and all bid*. !. .,. h
-; IIt.r. and a' real 'homesteader. ,Well I I Check,for entertainment., ...::too 50 00 Imple method of testing aeeds At \he low price of $20.00 per ton on feet per day log carts wagons and Addre.i all bid lo "pound!of City 'of gil: ::1.,

& l'clares to oodD"*. my old woman don ...:-...:.... probably,most of which will answer. 100 acres we would have the following five good'mulea. Wilt C.sell at bargain, m'Imm_ Florida.. CareoSJ&Oflb.fl." ", "' (llarJr.''1tJa.-. 'f,
'' Buckels. Kis ,
(been a cook: in d* t test old families. ,Total .. .;.'. . ,"- ..,. .'.. . . . ,.$19345 the purpose.. ? estimate: prices simmee,Investigate.Fla. 40-tf 110111(sit) J. R. OrL1IIRT.. ;,
On of the simplest afid quickest *} tons per acre, :3. crops per year, at Clark *t Clt,of KttalNotice mmee ,
1' 'of Virginia formoah'n fort,7u', Sah.1 -, way "1* to test between blotting pa $80.00 per ton on 100 acres would WE have block contain '

;"and d.y all sale aba can't i be, beat, Total receipts.. .. .-, ; . .....$34582 per. First- count out 100 seed of the amount to $10,000,00.OFFER _ ing six of just the platted) most a desirable Lake .., -

-. : \ jam-p).rnauydem.,.e k.an4atar_ TQt.aLexpen tur.------._._. ,_ 193 .4S. 'kind; Job.t0&: taking them 'just TO 'TENANTS, Front Lots in this city, located In the boo.>[oU...of* I.OxwaU hereby Count gIven that will thi b. open B.eslsu.tlon l at mrAnd 't'1'',!.

Vtapla aurrip I je* bad wif dat air coffee, -- aa they com and not.-picking out the f"I have. hundreds- of' acre* of- Rich best reaidentIIetlOllPricee range ofl1oe$.a.3O.ajjs.n...9&M4da IMuoli. sau.IIla ..-

'make* me shamed of':her, ye* Sab. If Cash on hand ... . . . . . .$6187' best looking one*.' Scatter the ee4s Muck I.ndon transportation to be cut from $660 $1,600, according to lo sept 10$undsya April 12th.: ...,..wb.1911 both. hours.sa,.01 InCIUIA.9 e. ....sad.._'.

- don give .a poor old darkey like MRS. S. H. BULLOCK> Treat; between two pieces of blotting, paper up Into farms suitable to tenants., cation. If you desire a home in the 'l2m.i.ao42prji ndbp.m. -
; the hooka ctBtava
you very best portion of oar .city call and for the variouS litrt U will
and reliable who
I
Inches
from 'four to six *quar want ) parties can ,
E'n.: : at da back door ..'ch a feed aa'datj we will take pleasure In showing be op.. ID eeeli precloct for at loseS two ..,..
place In a common china, plat week ot this 1"ri04. TI_ aed
ii ;r v fo'eh God ,man'what"yer'giveder Golden Opportunity. turn another' plat bottom side up and are able to carry on farming to these, lots. H. M. Breaker & Co. po. will be posted bi each lrh;.IIe"" *
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,whit* folk ' over the ant. -pasteboard platescan Rice-hay.. -" "paTVjo.Of HonlatratloB
)>er In, fronts door' Is* Je*"going to Th*' *plendldtbme rB.J; :Trip.lett: be had they'are better, especially tatoes. Cow Peas Corn or Oats, etc., 1 FOR.SALE-Korty'acre' *- high rolling March. ..1912., _. __ '_ u 4I _. 1

- : 'tell ovary whIU pnsaon' I.'aoa'a to com on North Main' 'street will be sold at If a large number of samples .1*.to b* would acre to provide tbeiland. fence ,j land near station on main line of rail Application for ," 1
ditch it, furnish houses for a number: of pardon.
: ': de bestest/meal auction Saturday'morning: it 230. Favorable I road-twelve miles from Kissimmee ;
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