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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 22, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00534
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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_-"I." 'Variety'of Entertainment .

Board of Trade .Will Consider Plan '. -
1913 Session 0" State Convention

for Bringing Manufacturing Will be'' Held In Kissimmce.A .
Concerns'' to Kissimm . For .Ttvo-Day Celebration Palatka' Wanted The h

Interesting Meeting .
., AC--, Gathering: r
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Matters are shaping themselves -
With large'attendance and great enthusiasm ex-

the regular meeting of 'the ellen: Uy for the two day celebration -- -" ,--. .j .. , [I Program and ParadeThe A telegraphic message ''from Hon. '
which will be held in I. .
this H .
Board of Trade was held on Monday 'city Tuesday : ", ','..j' ':::1- Clay Stanford-on' :Thursday afternoon .
Wednesday, March 26 and 27. It
conveyed the.good news that the
/night; 'several matters of the! very
is being talked of all' the program which will be given session
to the over county on next of the Grand Lodge of the
J ,"1greateetinfere.tand! Importance and state and the for a Broadway at 2 o'clock the first day. of
prospects are a , Knights of Pythias will be held In' KlsI '
/Hy"' : being considered The meeting .
.' the Carnival
has not
waa'called to order by President Stan- record breaking crowd. The local committees ',. been entirely arranged simmee. ,The delegation from this eltl'to i.

ford. After the reading and approval are.all busily at"work and the ,. !i as ft,, but it will be'exceeding.lyInteresting. I the Grand- Lodge at Tampa went pre-
program of events will be completed It will be preceded at pared to make a strong fight''for'the.'
(f the.minutes communications were j
read by Secretary Kuykendall from the by the middle of next week, leaving! , about 1 clock' by one of the prettiest 1913 session, being especially desirous.

managers of two manufacturing con several days for putting on the finish- ;;), parades ever seen in Ktssimmee, and II of getting it by reason of the fact that f.

terns which considering locating ing touches. The matter of decorating one in which every1 Osceola residentwill that time Hon.;; W,, J. Sears: of this ,:
are should be taken at once by the citl-; take the greatest pride. In the I.t 'willbe
up I advanceed' to the high'
|V here-a sand lime brick plant, and a .. ,
I. zens.; The success of the Carnival will evening the Board of Trade will hold '. of Grand Chancellor.,.
fertlizer The writers of the
I factory. depend .on the people of the city In either smoker or a luncheon, at which I I I. The convention will' bring' some .600
lettersi stated that they would'visit the '
!: general and not on the committee. Letus a number of short live addresses will 'delegates from all of'' the''state" iI
parts '<
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city l In'the. near future and confer with be I
all take hold given. A full of the I
during the next ten program exercises and will offer Kissimmee an unusual
.our people. The Board$ received the days and five the celebration some of for both the afternoon and eve- 'i '
communications with much interest, as opportunity to prove itself a fine, convention <
ning will be '
our thought and published In the
energy.Entertainment papers city. All the citizens .wlll
both concerns appear to be desirable, next week. I I ;
,and every effort will be made to bring unite in congratulations to the 'local ,;

,them"here. Report of the membership Committee I lodge .on their achievements\ Palatk'a ;V 1 .
committee, as noted elsewhere I Basket Lunch I made; an effort to get the 1913. ''session, ;,

[was received. The aviation school On the Entertainment Committee for ........ Hon. S. J. Hilburn of that city being J f '
this '
,committee reported the hangar nearly the celebration the following county There will probably be no more enjoyable / year's of grand the Kissimmee chancellor,delegation but 'ths'campaign

.completed. feature of the carnival than the '
citizens have been appointed, The earned the ,
day for this city.
communication from the Nether- members from Kissimmee will be basket lunch. Tables will be providedin

land-American Trading Co., asking for announced next week. Appropriate a suitable location, and the people : BOARD

Information and photographs of this badges will be furnished the committeemen from everywhere are invited to' bring OF CHARITIES SWill

section for use in their immigration department : Precinct No. 2-E. L. D. their baskets and enjoy their' lunch ,- .\

in Rotterdam, was referred Overstreet, W. L. Moseley W. W. FRATERNITY HALL .. under the shade of, the Kissimmeetrees. Be Organized. This City la .
to the advertising committee with Instructions Ivey; No. 8-E. E. Brown W. L. In order that no one may go.w.y a
the matter at Where the Knight of Pythio Grand Lodge will m." in 1913 I the Near future.. .
to take up Campbell, Raymond Lanier; No.4, hungry, the committee will provide : ;

once. St. Cloud-Mayor Colvin, Capt Frost. =-"'- = "" -- = as a supplement to what I I. brought Following the suggestion made In the/
Communications asking the appoint- Capt. A. H. Kenney E. P. Dann, in the baskets, several bushels of baked I Valley Gazette of last week, step,,

ment of delegates. to various conventions Ackle. Bass; No. 5-Young Tyndall Auto ParadeMr. r I Baseball and beans, plenty of bread, a few kegs of j ,have already ben taken to'fOnD In this
were referred to the president for W. A. Eubanks, J. R. Donegan; No. I Sports I j pickles and hot coffee. Plenty of time city a board of charities. :As the most

action. 6-W. R. Godwin, Oliver Base, John has been allowed not only for the eating ,feasible plan It has been soggetted that;;,
President Stanford. Mr. W. J. Sears, Baisden; No. 7-R. L. Alderman, W. Wayne Ward has taken active .Mr. Paul K. Weaver, captain of the of the lunch, but for a general powwow each church appoint representatives on ;;

and,other, spoke at some length of the W. Cnandler, J. H. Walker: ; No. 8-' charge of the arrangements for the local baseball team, went to Sanford and this will be a great time for|j this board an equal number from each ;.

I importance of having thevariour F. W. Hill, S. J. Tripleti, M. D. Tyndall. auto parade. This fact insures a splendid this week' and arranged for a .game reunions of friends and families. It ,church and that the committee thus
matters which are referred to committees showing The parade will take with the Sanford team on Wednesday, has been suggested that an interesting'selected organise itself into a board to"I

1 carefully considered by them place at four o'clock on Tuesday the the second day of the big celebration.The arrangement would be for the plcnlck-.M'which may be referred for Inrestlga-

Secretary Kuykendall moved that the "first day of the carnival. Every auto celery tops are said to be Rood en to group themselves by states, apd j tion and' relief all case of charity.

l YVBoant of Trade Invite Secretary Powell I Aeroplane Flight I I owner in.the city will undoubtedly. players, and an interesting contest maybe : it is likely that the committee will arrange ; The stand take* by the Valley ''Gazette ''I
Richardson in the parade, with a decorated., car, in this matter has been '.
of Tampa, and Secretary expected Negotiations are also for this. Everybody should plan strongly com- J
to be the speakers at the display of machine. will go far to nnder for another to be at the basket mended by J.adlne.cltlUDI'and tlftt'. ,\r,
of Jacksonville, The hangar at tpe) aviation field was way way game on lunch, from 12 to 2 ,tt
-' Ktalmmee' Carnival, and that arrange completed this week. One of the demonstrate that Kisaimmee is one of that day.'' Mr. B. C. Miller, chairmanof on the second day of the celebration. proposition will be taken up at.the varlous -' ;

," ; 2enta be made for a luncheon on the aeroplanes is ready for flights, and the livest cities in Florida. Mr. Ward the sports committee, and the two ,' business 'meetings Of,the churches

e- ,evening of March 26, for the members three aviators will begin practicing today will be glad to hear from every man, young men associated: with him, Messrs. i i Lake in the next few weeks. ;
and other woman or child who has an auto and Carnival I I Kissimmee ,1.91104'witty .
of the Board of Trade or tom rrow. Barring some unexpected MacDonough and Weaver, are working\ I generous
i ,citizens, at Which Messrs. Powell and accident Kissimmee will see who will have it out at the time of the very hard to make this part of the people, glad to'aid those who are

I, Richardson shall be the guests of honor on the two\Lays of the celebration its parade. carnival a success. An exciting Captain Johnson and his ,energetic'I worthy. It I I. the consensus of opinion

t After brief remarks by Messrs.; Nelson, first flights of machines from our bicycle race will be held on Broadway, committee are endeavoring to persuade' that the time has come, however, when' ,

Sears and othen, the motion wa ..enthusiastically aviation school The crowds who have I Candidates,Invited I I and there will be a number of other every:: boat owner In' the city to decorate ,I for the sake of the worthy, ,the ,.I ...
carried. already visited the field indicate the contests and sports': 'There will be his boat tor the carnival. A few must be protected against the F. .'

Secretary Kuykendall briefly outlined great interest which will be taken in k:very candidate in the county who is something in this line going on' almost flags and a little bunting will make a :I thy. 'A board of charities such ast dtyl. +r'

a plan for. the organization 'of this feature of the celebration.. It will seeking the vote of the people hereabout all day' long, very attractive picture on the lake. been proposed will go far toward. r
for the ---, -- ---- . Owing to the lack of electrical II fording the desired .
a company of local business men be one of.the big drawing cards. is invited to attend the Carnival. equipment protection. ",

purpose of aiding in bringing noanufacturinr The morning of the second day will be 'I desireto address the crowd will be as- on most of the boats the only '
to this city, i illumination possible at night will be
establishments I IA given over to them exclusively, and signed time to occupy the platform, CITY".CANDIDATES
I Good Roads Rally with lanterns and colored
for inveat lights. If the
by providing local capital 1.1.I they may sound their own praises at if they will make the request to the .__ -; ,'* '
owner will anchor' their -
made the I boats the
ment. The matter was their own sweet will. Any who may secretary of the Board of Trade. in Lists Are Closed:.Several Will Have'
+ .special order of the day for the next vicinity of the city dock in the evening,
been "
has I
partial arrangedfor .
'program I *
however, with the lanterns '
lighted No'opposition. .
meeting. i to.
Good Roads which will beheld t ,
the Rally
}' Board adjourned to CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE 'and with a few colored lights .eachboat ;
On motion the A NEAR WRECK on
during the second day of the car The list of candidates 'for.. the :city: fi t ,
th.Ughte mselvessand the
,'next Monday, at which time a short. nival. The program will be held from reflection offices in the election to be held MarchV
meeting will be held In order to complete in the water will make a very
the stand and the Indications 20, was-closed at the
on Broadway
the preparations for the carnival, ; Passenger Train Bumps Rear of Formulates Call for Primaries. pretty picture for the city'. guests who 'councO'm..tlfte'on
that the attendance and Interest "
are JutFrld.y'/ night. ;'Three of the ,
; 'and to consider in a preliminary way will be great Freight, in Edge of Town. Chairman Murphy Resigns.The the privilege of seeing such candidates Mr. N. C.' Bryan for''
sights. Parties cad .laO'be
the foregoii.
the plans mentioned in Hon. H. Clay Stanford, president of The morning train south bound, on' Campaign Committee of'the l>.- many of the owner on their arrangedby .. mayor Mr. J. Z. Roberson for tresuvnrer > e
paragraph., the Osceola County Good Roads Association ceola County Democratic Executive Music ,:and Ads J., R.;- Gilbert' for'clerk.}-
while the and
Tuesday rounding curve laughter on the lake) that
will have: charge; of the Committee met in Kissimmee.on Mon have no opposition. The latter two'
north of the city: crashed Into the rear night would,not beat all ,amis, The .
ORDINANCE ADOPT ED ceeningf. The local) speaker pro-I day and adopted the call for. the primary '- committee would also like to hear from are seeking reelectionafter. serving1'! -. -

Hon. W. J. Sear. Capt.. Harry of freight train which had not yet of April 30 and May 28. all owner who :will use their boats daring most acceptably. vr, ;
ter, Mr. S. J. Triplett and othei An taken the siding. The collision created At this meeting'' the assessment oi of S For the coundil,-two 'to be. 'elected// y
some parts the day to I give, the
On final Vote Gty's Streets Are effort is also being made to secure some noise enough for a full-slzed wreck, the various candidate was detegnlned visitors short rides on the Water.' This here 'are four candidates,. Messrs.:, ,J.I';" ;

: outside speaker who I is an authorityon but only a comparatively amount upon and the Inspector and clerks for will not cost anyone great, deal and M. Lee, A. S. Gilbert, A./'E.: :Thomas;: .

: '1 Made Cowless. the subject. The fall\ -program will ot damage'was dene. The rear of the the various" election district were" designated. " will add greatly to the pleasure, of theca'DlvaL' and J F, Clarkson.. ..The outgoing.krancilmen'are J' ...
.' be announced next week: ' Mr. W.' ,.B. Makinaon
from caboose was splintered somewhat,
ordinance, abolishing cow up : '
The and The resignation of MajorT. M. Murphy -, and Dr. J. C.' Moore, both of whom
the .of the engine somewhatdisfigured.
the streets of the city, was put on Its '
as'chairman ot the committee have made fine r cords in the .;
final passage at the meeting the city No one was hurt except a I received, and accepted, and W.was L.' I.yO' ,The office of Marshal 'and Tax .Cbl-'
council held on Friday night.ordinance There woman slightly, passenger and frightened, was considerably.bumped Campbell was elected. acting"ehar.\ BUILD ,(A HOTEL L lector seem* to' be the, .mot popular,
and the '
was no opposition 1 to there beln .. e 1 candidate Mean t..,
effect Tb.engane.r and fireman'of the man, serve until the next regular ". << ,
was adopted, to go into In ninety Puts.nger meeting of the executive committee. K. ,W., Pittman,'Gl: E. ;Fisher,: W. W.

,.days."This will give the and owners will time Secretary of the Tampa Board of, the train: Crash-made came.-get-away It is said just.,that before .Jill notices of candidacy,' with the Mr.A.Gu' Hamilton ,Will Put ,Up aThree'or King,.W.' R. nendenonO.'E.-Young., ',
give - ,
for : ; '
to the arrange city; this desirable pasturage reform before the Trade. Will try to Attend Both. blame for,the collision: :wu placed upon assessment designated-'should. be filed ; four-Story: .Strut- '' G. P.,White 'and Arnold Bass., Xr.Pittman .' '
the incumbent been
with Hon. F. is having'
W Hilll, of Narcoossee, ,
the alloying
flagman for the .
Thae'whovisit freight
next winter season open. Pays of Big Cele- on or before March 26, in order to have hurt Before Next recently. appointed by the council.
to remain on the, track '''after the .
Kissimmee' next winter will not main the' candidate's 'name appear on the ,
have to, the bovine nuisances bration. schedule 'time of the. passenger<< ;; i J ballot. .. ,Season. "Will MEET ; ,
1 4 streets '.t will HERE
which have roamed the Secretary Kuykendall of the..Board , '

heretofore.' No serious objection I I. an- of Trade received letter Friday morn' I IlJ.evised" I .-
: Mr. A. G., Hamilton ( lessor of :the
;' tlcipated, >> the enforcement of torment tile ordinance. Ing'from Mr.; W. B. Powell, the Irrepressible Central hotel, wilt build during\ the South Florida ,Presbytery ,Wall, ,Meet.
.* Most Of those who of Board of '
Program of coming summer a.three or four-story in This City:
opposed stare, now earnest 111\y Its support Trade bf Tampa, stating. ,that he would hotel; of brick: or concrete 'on lot x f _
a recently '
v4 ;, ,recognising that 'wlth the civic try to be in Kissimmee during both days The meeting of 'the', South Florida'Presbytery'forth :
the Kissimmee CarnivalFIRST purchased by.him .t Verona and '
Improvements Which are being made, of the, celebration/or' for one' day'at Orlando "' 'spring session i will
the street pasturage of cow could no least. Powell one of Florida's greatest . well avenues.located The 'lot" I. particularly be held at the local Presbyterian church ,
permitted. A, great many : for the purpose,' beIng on April 16.. -This Includes It' majority '
longer be boosters; and is a most entertaining DAY SECOND
I owner, in fact, have'already begun to speaker. He will speak', lathe after TUES., MAR. 26 DAY, WED., MAR. 27 only well a block back or:two from'-.the from 'the'railroad business and. of the,,.churches in? the. ,,state; Presbyterian .\

make' oth r' arrangements for caring noon of the first day and at the luitoheon! 1 P. M..-.Parade All Morpinr-Candidates Field part of the city. The new hotel will interests 'In the 'north 'ball of ..y .
for their cows and It I I. probable that smoker the same ev.nlng. If he Day. be'conducted Florida being chiefly entrusted .to the v
the 'ninety days bare passed over '2 P. M.-Lilersrv and on the European plan and Southern' Presbyterian 'church/whlch.,
before can stay he will also speak at the Musical 12-2-Basket Lunch and Pew. will,ho a handsome, finely fnished'and!
there will be no more cattle on the Good Roads Rally the second day. Program, celebrating I praWow.. completely In turn. leaves the, rest of the state
equipped hostelry, a credit
streets. The committee Is also trying to smoke floe of street paving. largely to --the Northern Presbyterian
: i
2 P.M.-Good Reads to the The lot I I. '
Rally, na-' I city big: enough < also
I Mr. S..J. Triplett, better known'as"Tripp church,to which the local body belongs.'
{ '' of -his 'at N... 3. P. M.-Aeroplane- Flight by der auspices! Osceola County to give room for attractive'grounds Preparations have begun by;; the members . "-'
I:'1L.. Mr. C. D.: Carroll and bride, nee Miss out/ *seclusion _ ; : Good Roads Association.- around the building.'q "
f Eiaaimmee
-"J Ba-plun'of School here to 'entertain the .
of Naahville! iTenD., "coossee, nd'wlprobabli succeed in .Presbyteryin
'f' were in the city from their suburban having him on hand for.a couple, of of Aviatioa.' 3-5 P. M.'-Sport. *: foot race, [growth The faith of the'ot city,commendable Hamilton in, IUd,the royal style. There ''''will be: : a large

borne yesterday. ,Mr*. Carroll is pleasantly sky-soaring speeches. Secretary H. 4 P. M.-Ante Parade bicycle' race, baseball game, ,. from the crowded condition of ail the number of delegates including' ,ministeu'and -, y
remembered by- a host of friends H..Richardson has not been able to decide Lea race, aeroplane flJjhjt hotels ; laymen; and a most interestIng -'

t in Kissimmee: :she' having, been ..connected yet whether he can arrange to be sac: P. .-Illuminated parade 8.11 P.M.-CaniYalo*lake. I during Ibis season, this' .faith I* meeting' is ,anticipated.'" , -. '

t with the millinery,, department 1 here or not, but he probably wilL' These of boat oa the lake. Band ea Broadway. Band Concert. '' Justified ,_ _._. . I : 'Mayor Davis, of Palate .accompanied : .' Jfr

y of H.'C. Stanford's store "some":;:years i speakers', will give assurance" that the Concert. the lake trout; '01 Broadway,; ,Mr*.'.W. A. Joiner and children'(' are by his family stopped over in. Klasimmee -'<

J' ,lttO, in which position she.was exceed-i oratorial part of the; Carnival, will be!, ... spending a few days -with ,her. :sister l on their a way few to hours Tampa one day to visit this week.Mr.. t ui;

e17. popular.. Flat cl.... 7. .. Mrs.' C. MDler. at Conoley'. ; Davis'.t.ther".90L, Robert, W< Davl*. ,.'

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- Fowlsi:
Cars of
Fowls to do their test must be well.
St. Cloud
cared for and kindly treated, the same
aa. other domestic animals The careful
:,, Is Sent Complimentary ... poultryman should .no more .thinkoffrightening f./ if
his fowls than the sue'ceesful :
,;1 Jc d. Outlaw has removed his -poolroom dairyman would of exercising A FEW CHOICEPROPOSITIONS

'.' Parties receiving this paper, who are not ,from 'the" Peckham'building' onNew Ills milch cows with the milking stool. }
York'avenue to the Setgworth Egg production is a function of the
''::1' regular subscribers, must not think that it is building on Pennsylvania avenue. hen that 'is as much under the controlof

.,..:.....- ,",' the intention ,of, the publishers to later de- Mr. Powell who has been ill for sometime the nervous system: as in milk secretion -
.. In the cow 'Of speed In the 4J
mand of them the subscription price, as it is had his foot'amputated on Friday' horse. To Kct the best results In J
last by Dr. Chunn, Rivers and,Eulen. either case the controlling mechanism JI
mailed to them complimentary by our Board field. We are Rlad to say he Is doing must be kept in ft perfect state of n

r; : of County 'Commissioners for the purpose of nicely. equilibrium. ,

acquainting them with the many advantagesand There will be a series of gospel meetings Separate the Cockerels.The J'. '
in the tent on Tenth street and cockerels should be
opportunities this town and county offer young separated -
Pennsylvania avenue. Preaching every from the pullets just as soon LEGHORN PROPERTY.-r-This property consists of 278 acres of li, i
the homeseeker. The paper will be.mailed a evening during the week and every as they are old enough to be distinguished. excellent land, mostly being;pine land with/ perhaps 40 acres of cypress',

few weeks to any person whose name is givenus afternoon except Monday at 2:30.: The It would be better If they land,-well covered with cypress timber, valuable for telegraph and
managers, U. E. Ifarding and JameS could be kept In an enclosure not far telephone poles and fence poets, some commercial) taw timber, a'
and if they should desire to receive it regularly V. Reid, invites the co-operation of all from the pullets, particularly at the great deal of cross-tie timber; a greater part of this land is excellent /. /
beginning of each laying season, says
I"" thereafter, we would be glad to put the. churches. a writer In an exchange.We citrus fruit land, there now being 5 acres devoted toan orange grov,

them on our subscription list at the,regular C. A. Carlson took a party from St. are going .to repeat here whatwe about one-third of which are nice thrifty bearing trees, balance
Cloud to Fells Point, Sunday, for a have so many times said, that the younger trees; 6-room house, not in very good condition, -jrood bUlli i
rates. pipnic., Among the party were Capt. I bon rise for the cockerels Is to make ness house located on the corner of the farm where a mercantile t

and Mrs. Vickery and little daughter, I c/pons of them. Every cockerel that business\ was established many years ago; school house ort the land,' 1 Y

Isabella, of Birmingham, Ala Miss I IB not kept for breeding purposes about 100 yards from the buildings, a church a quarter mile, on swell ''

... .. . ... Huntington from Ohio, Mrs Bruener aught to be caponized. traveled .road leading to the south part of the county, 1 1-4 miles'If']

from railway station, 2 miles from a town of about 2500 people. This
and daughter, Laura, Mr. Porter, Mr. Two Kinds of Pinkeye. \
and Mrs. Ferguson, Mr.: and Mrs. There are two kinds of pinkeye affecting property can be'purchased on most favorable terms of payment. A
Woodbeck Mr. and Mrs. Carlson. cattle; one Is due merely to fine property to cut into small farms and sell l to homseekers.

Every one had a fine time. dust, chaff hay need, cinders or other ---'
g Furniture Talk materials getting Into the eye while WALTERS FARM AND GROVE.-This splendid little tract contains -
The ladies of the Christian church the other kind Is .due to a germ and I 10 acres located just across the road from the above described'p p'", -,
will hold a bazar in G. A. R. hall on Is'contagious. 'l property, convenient to school, church and railway facilities; about '

1 Wednesday, March 20 all day and even- I one-fourth the tract has an excellent grove, the greater part of .

1 ing. They will have all kinds of domestic Wanted An which is splendid budded grapefruit in bearing, several tangerine
: experienced
= There are people in this world who are almost articles for sale, nlenty! of Rood: trees and a number of orange trees of excellent variety, several
things to eat and will alsd have a lady dairyman must bushes and the balance of the is in culti-
? successful, almost religious almost happy. But"almost" ; guava some peaches; tract
I. 4 feet there to tell your fortune. Everybodycome vation, fenced and cross fenced; I 5 acres more of this tract is a super
is a dangerous word. If you jump and have a good time. Proceeds be a good milker. Apply -
ior quality of land the balance splendid farming and truckingland
for a ferry boat which is 4i feet fall into for the benefit of the church.At I
: away you
1 to The Kissimmee ; good sheds, stables, grain bin, 2 wells, 3-room house just across
t the water as surely as a child who only jumps one the caucus meeting held in G. A. the road from this property. Owner authorizes us to sell, which

t foot, 'and you sink just as deep, for you go to the 1(.. hall, Monday afternoon, the follow- Dairy Co. 11tfLADIES{ means a bargain price to the buvcr.

y bottom. ing candidates were nominated: For -- - --.. --. .- ------ -- --4s
Mayor, H, D. Colvin, J. H.: Hardin; BROWN FAnr.'v-40 acres of splendid land a quarter mile from
So if your home is almost furnished let us Clerk and Assessor, W. Pi:' Lynch, D. railway station, 200 yards from school and church; 4-room frame

complete it.We 11. Gill, J. J. Johnston; Marshal, C. B. I house with 2 fire places, 2 porches, house surrounded by nice shade

make prices right for cash or on easy pay- Rhodes, O. W. Wood, E. D. Harris; and ornamental shrubbery; about 15 acres in cultivation, fenced
ment plan. I Council tor one year, W. A. Hanscom, stables, etc. Cheap at $40 per acre, time on. half if desired.
J. O. McNew, J. W. Francher, W. C. ---
WE ALSO HAVE: 70 acres of land in the same neighborhood, 100 '
Russel; Council for two years, L. D. I
It is to your advantage to do Your shopping at the Frost, I. A. Nelson, -J. M. Anderson, yards from station about 4 miles from Kissimmee. This is all good
I. I do you have land about half of which is in the artesian belt and is excellent farm-
M E. Lowe, F. II. Pope; Treasurer,
Huntsinger, J. 1 I. Cummings; Tax Collector ! SMALL FEET ? ing and trucking land the other half extra fine for citrus fruits; 15
KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. ; G. W. Woodard. A. M. D02tt ty. acres cleared, fenced and cross fenced in a splendid state of cultiva-
i tion, in good condition for planting to grove; about 5 acres of bear-
The first annual of the St.
J. E. RUSH, Manager. concert An unusual opportunityto ing grove; 4 room house of not much value. This property must be
Cloud Choral Club held in the M.
was buy sold, somebody is going to buy a bargain. Don't hesitate, but comedown
OPERA HOUSE NEAR NEW DEPOT E. church, Tuesday evening, March 12. I ,

There are 22 members in the club, SHOES .
YOU C: .,'YN07 DO BETTERiX ')YllEli'Ed 141 N11K
ladies and 8 men. Mrs. G. B. Gibbs A SI'LENDII)1'ROPER1: Y containing 200 acres with railway ,

musical director, deserves much credit OXFORDS station on the land, 50 acres in cultivation, 10 acres of fine young

for her interest in this line of work in grove just beginning to bear; large 8 room house with porches, store I

.. .__ St. Cloud. This is the first real treat PUMPSat building automobile garage, good barn and 30 tenant houses, railway I
-- h. -
-- St. Cloud has ever had in this line and station on 11 he land, every acre splendid soil, most of which is a superior -

we are proud of such a choral club. A your own price. quality of citrus fruit land. This property will be sold at a

t 1 large crowd was present and those who bargain price and on favorable terms of pa)ment. It is within two
: did not attend rniffsecl one of the grandest 25 per centdiscount miles of a good thriving town of over 2,000((() people. i
CHILDREN'SReadytowear musical entertainments we may ex ---
; pect to hear for a long time. Those f>2o acres of land located about half a mile from railway station

taking part in'the entertainment were: and 2 1.2 miles hem the city limits of Kissimmee. All good land, ,.i
Mrs. W. I. Barber Miss Har- on all sizes from 1 to 4 inclusive. good drainage,
l Soprano, convenient to railway and good town. A nice !Irttle
} nit Bartlett, Miss Ella Ladner, Miss colonization proposition to cut: into smaller farms and sell at a good
Fr : Della Adams, Miss Stella Ford, Miss $3.00) buys a $4.00 Shoe profit. This can be had on'favorable,: terms of payment.

Delia Adams, kiss Stella Ford, Miss 2.63 co co 3.50 --- '.
,', ',' . finelymadeGingham Nichols. FINE LITTLE HOME inside the limits 20 of land
Katie Clansen, Miss Dorothy city ; acres inside -
line of Children's 2.23 3.00
<,, ,J, :t Special : Altos, Mrs! T. It. Scott, Mrs. W.' E. the city limits, on cross roads, property fronts the city, a beautiful 1
x'i co II II
Madras and Percale dresses Warner, Miss Bessie Buchanan, Miss 2.07 2.75 little palace of a hptnacontaining 6 rooms;' pretty front' yard, .'"

i t, and Galatea rompers.Ladies' Glenn, Gill, Miss Lizzie Nelson. First 1.98 co II 2.50 co with nice lawn and many beautiful flowers; all good land, fenced and

tenor, W. G. King, Lynn Daugherty, 1.50 2.00"I I cross fenced. A number of pecan tree, considerable citrus trees,
1. B. Tilton. Second tenor, S. W. Por- 1.32 ". 1.75 tome J peaches> ; a large baip), good well with irrigation: outfit, everything -
DressesIn ter, J. K. Brown. First bass, I. N. in firBtcl KS ohapc. Owned by a gentleman whose businesswill
1.13 1.50"
Griffin, W. H. Eaton. Second bass J. I not permit of his giving thin. property attention. You will buy
McNew Bert Gessford. this beautiful suburban home, if will! and it.
pretty designs, in Ginghams, Mad- O. you come see ,a
The Clearance Sale Price --- ",
ras, and Percale.Ladies' After a two weeks illness, Mr. J. I.
Cummings is -out again. We are gladto still continues throughout I We have an 01)Ii ortunity to place a Itw loans that are absolutely ?'
safe at very encouraging rates of interest.
have him among us. the entire stock as advertised ,
All kinds of Florida investments and excellent homes.
: Robert Blair died at his home on last week. ,

Florida avenue, March 6, 1912 after an ",

.. ,. An especially fine line, well made and. illness of several weeks. Mr. Blair -- .

', of food material. was-born in Edenburg, Scotland, Aug. ''"
married to Miss Tenner I
h 16. 1831, he was
Louis, March 2, 1871; to this union NELSON REALTY COMPANY 'it
born four children two of which
were ,

? : > Mrs. E. L Pearce I survive him, Robert E. Blair of New . 1 \f
i York, and Mrs. Mollie E. Butler of KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA i

Davenport Fla.. Funeral services were I I,

conducted Presbyterian by, pastor of the 1.I I H\

We regret to learn that Rev. J. B. .

Westcott and his family have been Qualita Soprafina!
tI, FOR SALE' AT A BARGAIN called away on account of the death of

Mrs. Westcott's father, Mr. NewelL

";: :: 15,000 ACRES Their many friends extend their sym- Sifnorin French Vermicelli .15 f'
: pathy in their trouble.
Scarsmilea Alphabets Macaroni 15 Fixtures .
Finest in Service at the Christian church every .
: Land the KIssImmee Valley For .
Guerins Spaghetti 2 for .25
evening at 7:00: o'clock. Large crowdsare .i l''
:COLONIZATION in attendance to bear-Sam J. White; Veribest Corned,Beef .15 "THAT'S MY BUSINESS" t ,.

/ 'Tab tract comprise most of Township 29, Range 31, and lie alone tie the evangelist. Everyone Invited. Veribest Roast Beef .15 A.
t1, ,: ; ," '!" EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEE Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rehling from In- Mothers Oats .10 and Vaults -{ : }

water affords the water protection acsisst frost that diana, lave been visiting our town for .

is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY,, to lie successful production of citra the put week and looking over their Heeler's Old Homestead Computing, Platform and Balance
x Traits aad early retetables. Every person familiar with Florida know this.'The holdings. They are much pleased with Flapkack Comp. .10 Scales. N'

r situation I U Ideal, beln ; only two hours by automobile from XI..Imm. our wonder city. Aunt Jimima Pancake Flour .10 :- '"
1 ;: ...'and also directly on the water route between Kissimmee and the The building on New York avenue Market, Grocer and Display Refriaeratora.
.I F '.Kissimmee. River and lower Osceola County, where lands are rapidly 8'oz. Sweet: Sour Pickles .10 :
being sold at three times what I ask for this. occupied by Dann & Dann, and owned : j ,
i by A. E. Donegan, has recently been' 60-70 Cal.Prunes, 2 for .25 '
CaD on or write to Bank, Office and Store .
.. C. W. WARD sold to W. G. Peckham, who is making )fox River Milk doz. .45 Fixtures.

Graystone Hotel, OWNER ., Florida large investments in our town. Clover Bloom Batter, 2 for .75 Sectional Book Cases, Filing Devices. .. '

y Nice New Home-Cheap. I Compound Lard .10 School, Lodge, Church and Theater

..1 .....+...s ssv tlaa"s.vwr s........... MS**'....*********...** We offer, for a quick sale, a new 8-1 Pure Lard 2 for .25 Seats. '
" room house with hall and two porches, : .
.j. .FOR GOOD PICTURES GO TO i located in the west part of the city. 3 lb. can Table Pears, .20 WE BOTH LOSE MONEY IF WE DON'T SELL YOU.

" -.._ Fine_ well_ of. water on back porch, 200 3 " good Pears, 2 for.25 '1
'i-" : THE GEM STUDIO i feet deep good barn and outb 1l1dinpa: :' .- r_1 .-, .

Also a small 3-room cottage on the rear EEa! I W G. HANKINS
\1 HALL 4kPAYNTBR. Pnom' TOTH .;
; end of the lot, suitable for rental pur-

_ r \ i poses. Young, shade trees satin frontof West Kissimmee Box 716 Phone, 187 I, ,

: ,. lot. This is a great bargain for

If 1+F : :t ,!1.' .'DpferiV M ;-:in'(Anco 'Cameras and Films also'Cyko Papa. : f 1,600 cash.. If you are looking for a60n't mo
p, : '
home, fail to I lea this proposition, Taylor's It
foritrnatctsr Florida 'Ticw of all : H *
r 'Woti"dqn ; *. promptly. ,4-tf H M. BREAKER & Co. JI't\

,*kfaid*. 'Price a le.- --All-wotk guaranteed!, ,..., t+--_'___ -: ..:Phone. 250u. -Quick-Delivery, If .It's News It's in '
;; 'j ; ..the, Valley: .
If' ;;; : GET H ,N.BRATTON;;, "to ..aHv. :your : Gazettp,: I,

vl < #4..<.. ,sp. #!*1k_._ __+._ ....." J'+Mkf s+li. tllMll. .+M..,.is+ks.ldFtA.+ '.llenat artesian',, I1a.. 43-t( I" (I vv 10' ', if ...
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I;[ : ,:.&" BASS1 I. PASSENGER LAUNCH. '"VgCUIJf|' | P-"..: SWEET.'pOl I TO' ::DRAWS) :, '1K1$1fRMA1NG,-: :, ,0. A*'CARSON.... ._-..'Pnajd.n.... .. ....-.., ... _. N'I".'.. --..._..' 1 y

LEAVES FOBKissimmee. / ;
j<' ',it" 1 .Practical 1b i' Painting Experiment .Station'i Issues a Timely Necessary in tomb to Obtain. ,the The Waters & 'Car-son- Ts.

Park Growers. : Best Prices.Homeseekers .- '

;All,Work Guaranteed (By C., K. McQuarrie.) I: looking for locations in, '
'" The farmer who intends to raise aI
I Pai'lPaperi Dally at 8:00 A..M. and 2:00 P.M. Florida, frequently ask what can be Grocery Company '
; Papering Decorating. Itbturning leaves for crop'of, sweet potatoes should prepare grown thawill bring the quickest returns >}
'Sign for It by making a seed bed in time to '
,t Writing # < M.. after a tract of land'Is cleared
KISSI)1MEE, 9:30 A.; and 8:30 P, M. have "draws" ready for setting In the .
and fenced and plowed. That depend Wholesale and Retatf Dealers'} .,
Dt field in possible)] This
as early April as
: Kissimmee Fla entirely ,the section of the State
: upon
FARE 25c .
will allow the vines to grow sufficiently i
I the homeseeker selects, and the season :
jr" I** be suitable for QR'OCE-R.'IES'
to cut into lengths i ,
,r M .JOHN; DAVlfJ.CAPTAIHJ J planting the 'main late In May or of.the year that he gets his land ready .. .. ''
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for '
. u __ _. ._ ___ ___ early in June, ... plantingand.cultivation'tot, Vegeta : , ,
bles. homeseakers .J
Many of these for-
f'+ tt* *t+++' "+.''"Mil++imI.'SMCRAYSTONEii++ When heavy ulna'and,eo l2 weatherprevail the .. d ', .
get that great vegetable season in '
through the month of Februaryit WE :
: SELL; WE' :
: Florida is the winter months. BUY '
I is not advisable to makethe; bed too
Snow's .HQbbJFLOUR : Many of these homeseektrs.; after ., \ .. f
early. Cold moist soil, Is detrimentalto i HAY ,, ', '
: they become settlers, work entIrely too .,. .I /'' ".. HIDES .
'yB the growth of the thrifty plants we i 'J .
: : slow in ai .
getting their land cleared and ""
,' need for ou In the field If.the i .lN / J
setting .
/R i I '} Isle m.m mi I ;+; : ready for' cultivation,' and as a result I 'FURS I
bed is made and cared 1
early in.March' '
I fj/ ; 2.60 to 8.60 per,day. for as suggested'here' ,, better draws : they frequently.miss' an'entire season FERTILIZERS: ., 'WooL .. .

I S'**. "j." .Special by'week b.r month; I Guaranteed- to be will be had in the same',time, 'than if: for some of the very,be.t'paving crops ''SHINaLES '- ., ., I
Those"who "wish to succeed must"make II. : ,
.. ["t,W.T WIMU, hip iL D. ; THE BEST; it Is atartad earlier under unfavorable 1".
It p.UM.IIMIII hay while the;,sun shines." 'Tbey must .:'.ORAN BOXES: ;ti. : '. ,ANQ ... I : :

.\ : iiiiiiMiiL,.,,, ..: : C. W. GRIFFIN conditions.; get their l land readyand: get.their crop ,4 f':,"" ," ;TALL' <. ,

J' .... . LOCATION OF _BED., in the ground at the same time as their! ,ORA-NaE' .>3: WRAPS. :

( North"Kissimmee., Phone 8.' A preferable location for the 'bed is neighbors, or they will not begin to receive VEGETABLE CRATES ".' COUNTRY I" .
tW. i. DDZOB on the south side of a building or: of a the returns that others receivefor C .. .
;* tight board fence, so that the sun will their produce. CRATE- .NAILS, PRODUCE '\ ..;i,.. '

", keep tha soil warm; for the sweet po It would be. folly for a Florida pro- .' ,.' .. .." ,:. ,:;,''':'I I,.,., '
FIORIDA REAL[ [ESTATE fOR SALE( tato is a plant'of the tropicet; ducer to plant his crops so late, that ;
MAKING THE'DED they would come into competition with We sell fielji and" garden seeds'of f, all _M ds..;:' : '{i'' ("' "'i-\>;: :*''

V Beautiful winter home sites situated .In making the bed it is advisable to the crops from sections north of Florida We give special,...attention!! to fitting! out'hunting. and camphig': i '
in the Lake Region Of Florida. The difference in freight'charges-alone partiessj.. -f I ,
; Real Estate r clear a space on the ground 'of the desired : '
'fruckinjand Farming Lands 'in largeor length and not more than four would take, about all the profits, ad Free delivery in city'limits:' Phone No.'.12. >' ".j* '
small tracts. .. then the difference in time in reaching ,
feet wide so as to be easily accessible We are COUnty agents. for good fert lzar .
Ask us for> circular "
the Northern markets would have betaken
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY when,pulling the draws. It is sufficient and prices on fertilizers: ,- k .
level soil with rake or hoe and into consideration. ',
: to the a
KISSLHMEE[ FLORIDA.Wood's List your property with me for quick The that made from
take care that no water will stand in big profits are .
, alts. in weather. Jt is advisable Florida vegetables is largely due to the >
. the vicinity rainy J
H. M. Breaker & Co. : to make a frame for the bed by .fact that they reach the market when '
twelve-inch boardson there is absolutely no competition from
setting ten-inch or
: SeedsOur Bo:' nil IlISS'II1MES. FLAY: edge and driving stakes. On the any other part of the United States ., ,
1 1I I bottom of the bed a layer of horse ma. Lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers'etc. will MAKENQ-MISTAKEof: ::fr: the H
,: For1912. 1 nure about four inches thick should be not bring the same prices On the late States

placed., This should be covered with spring and summer months..&*:they do i Southern Shipper

New Descriptive Catalog FLORIST II IICut soil to a depth of a tew inches and ; in the winter. In the late spring they SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE, ,Number 60 ..
) : can be raised In'ftll parts of the country ,
)1. is fully'up-to-date and tells. all tramped -Well so as to ensure it being I

about the best Rowers and 'Floral Designs II solid and prevent the escape of moist but grown In in the Florida.winter they can only be S. H. .& E. H.' :FROST
: Gardenand for all occasions. II ure. If sunny warm prevails
There is blamoney to be made in
the bed should be allowed to yemain in
t Potted Plants and Roses a I ''
Jet.tuce..otrhls Is a winter crop In Florida COMMISSION
*! :Farm Seeds. specialty. that condition for a few days so that MERCHANTS
The seed bed is made about September
the soil will be as warm as possible
,'Ever, farmer and gardener Phone 83 MISS JEAN CAlDWELL when the seed is laid in place. 1st, and the plants are ready to ESTABLISHED .1866 J

should have a copy of this catalog Though this method of making a bed transplant about Oct. 1, and ,planting

'l which haa1 long been recognized employed, it will may continue up to Keb. 1. Cucumbers
- - -- - -'- ---- is not the one usually
as a standard authority give a large number of strong drawsin follow lettuce and are next In value.If FRUITS AND VEGETABLES y

for the full and correct information a short time. the grower has done his part well '
which it gives. the lettuce will have made him a profitof .
,We are headquarters for QUALITY about $1,000 an acre, and in some

Grass and Qover Seeds, Seed One of the'essentials towards for a good the cases' considerably more. Cucumbersare 319 Washinston St., Cor.Jrfy St., New: York : '
is the of good
Pntoftt, Seed Oats, Cow Peas ESTATE crop use good for an average year's yield of .
&Jia) : Beans and all Farm Seeds. NNNNNNINSURANCE* first planting. To this end we must seed $500 per acre. If irrigated, double e'oro"co.I-"ot..a jXat'l Ba.k. Mercantile Agencies ;
see that nothing'but high grade this amount may be expected. Following .

Wec all, Descriptive)' Catalog mailed potatoes are used. The practice or the cucumber the season for plant DO LOCATION f'
tc on Write for it. using poor seed potatoes is really); ,AND EXPERIENCE COUNT : ,
'+ request. ing; field crops has arrived, and corn '"
Examination 0Titles' wasteful. Nothing but the healthiest
a and or and velvet beans
peas com
I r T.,W..WOOD & SONS used when "f
potatoes available should be should be planted. The bean and pea I tl-Illt .

Seedsmen Richmond, Va. Specialty. making the seed bed and they should being a fertilizer putting nitrogen into "

.;. ..,. not be too small nor too large. the soil the land is much improved.Such I
Correspondence Solicited. Each potato should be carefully putdown land may be counted on for a yieldof

in the bed separately so that theydo thirty to forty bushels of corn to .. .

not touch one another in which case the acre, and the bean a rank grower S. S. BUZZA .& SON ;

A J. W. THOMPSONFUNERAL t rot will be apt to occur. Any larger has,closety shaded the ground, smothefng .. _

than the average Ibould'be split in out all grasses and weeds, will yield Cement' and .

halves the long way: of the potato and about thirty' bushels to the acre, and Concrete. 7 ,
., the cut side laid (next the: soil After should be planted together as the corn ,.' .
"' Work .'of
'A'-I ) the seed is all placed in position it .,:::;, ) :; ; all K in d
DIRECTOR, holds up the bean and the bean shades ,. ,;; s''r: ; ; ,;)}:
MOD -maldnc strains .'J. ," ," "" I' J' ,, should be covered with a thin layer of the ground. ","r- '.,". ..",,11">".\,' .\' SIDEWALKS;\ ; ', ,, ; .'
J.l. pjr" / .A SPECIALTY ;
for market growers \ IIId soil, and on top of the soil another thin: ,.,.. ,f ' J.- . .' <", :-?_ ,
is ,
,\ jJhJ jit, the custom of successful)! formers { " ,J."M>- >\\i< ?- i. .(\.jo" > ; .'Vj S.kes'* "..., 1Git 'tsrly.,! Two.A .MK iiiiiamfmLICENSED' .<, layer of horse manure, with a very little in Florida to put about five or Six Residence Phone,68'' .' Mabt>..tte'8tZeet..

wiasx aLe wberevar South. 'PktIOca 0&0 pedalI 40g rb EMBALMER soil on top"of that to'prevent evap- cattle to the,acre, 'with eight 'or ten Office Phone 132 ( near Dillhighaai Ave:
K $1.00a b. ').75. oration. In Ordinary practice we hogs to run under them ,and in thirty N
....... $I ri S-W CleM Tk1 ....... I found one bushel of seed sufficient for to sixty days the cattle and hogs are ,

M 1M .the worIcl. Opposite Courthouse aifacre. ready for market, as a by-product to : . '
s.w Itniu s-.-.aaL.r.Musk
.. .. W.....o.. .. CARB OF THE BED. the rich industry, vegetable raising. George Saunters
s-I M yes lid of -J wag .ad I'D If dry weather prevails after making' Florida baa long been noted for the .
,. q.dc,.,. ate. ...... wYs KISSIMUEK: : .FyoamAFRUITe' the bed it should be watered occasionally excellence and great :yield per acre of 4BOAT
..dN.y... ... .... '
should the
afar ass k.d.1s mutrat. 1 caIaItt with'a sprikler. Dhe aim sweet potatoes 'and ease with ,"
b e to keep the soil in such a moist which they ,are grown*. The planting
/Af for"Fsnro"aBd
welter P:Stokes,S.. -'Yt, warm condition that we get draws ear7 and digging constitute almost the entire eat. "EaSU"E : .
I mt mSIMMEE tdapMl.rr'TMtt ,'.
.: De t.., Phfl.d.dphra ,SHIP.' ANDVBOBTABLK. as possible. ,,_ labor and the :yield on,good 'lands FLORIDA :
". To tit.old After the' sprouts. show above the from 200 to 400 bushels per acre, and .w.hYMATtsgo..aoasA l'
Oorri..Ioe M.rcauts I ground' and get, to growing well soil follows early vegetableaJackwnviie k+
YINZANT&CO.JAOK8ONVILLBT.. : .: should be added every few' days" 'so. as Metropolis.! r . ,

'". , .._FLA.- ,' to make long-necked' raw.., By coverIng :-. -
The - il .shallow at ftl'llt..d Increasing the The ;:nULL 'BASS MARKET : r"l Y :

Vy ,, ,. ... ", soil 'depth; as the plants grow we get (LIVER: MEDICINE; : :

> i he best-conditions'for!quick growth. THATBEATS CALOMEL . .' .' : ,
ATLANTA.SEMIWEEKLY It we cover deep,.a .first,. growth red: ,, Betdea Building: One Block from Depot '. "

} tarded and<; time it what, counts, ;'when ,-/

. { F. H.'Jenkins' R. B.,WoodUm' once,the .,for" has come. DooWs' Liver Tone Doe tie'Same. Fresh Florida Hfl EATS' of:all kinds.' ,. : "E ..... ', .

L'cM" "Jenkins :: .. A fort..Meade Change:. "J Work. as'Calomel Without Making and Western' 'i i,6, ,l; ;:;,.Y'A ,, .(:i : \
; WoodhamSURVEYQRS The Fort Meade Leader has changed Yes Sick. It Vegetable, : :"
r, lands, R.>_O Meek late of Kissimmee. ',Tastes Good and Never. ., .EGGS, ,FRESH'FIH'Specai \ : ,;

,. The Biggest .Newspaper \, succeeding Ernest B. Simmons K..O.-, yam''u,, editor.and 'retaining There Fails ? :;ttlent/on.'lo/ phone, Orders and'Free ' /, (, :
Jn the .South . will presumably, be .no 'change,in the -' Delivery! l
I --. policy.of the,spirited _and Interesting Everybody' who hag ever,' taken calomel - ,

; The"regular?; nce' of!.The At-' paper.- It is,the purpose of.:.Mr Meek 'knows'what; a .tronl".druJ'lt, is. : . .. .', .
4 ,JaatsS1emI-Weeklr Journal 76fcente ;KisatlnnI4. ..., ;rl,(- Florida.BARAGER :. to make and push a campaign\ of development Calomel .spurs'' the tired' if It

t' ;a Var<: LIf,.ycu will send us', . ,. ;... :' .' of'Fort 'Meade and vicinity: were a tired horse, and whkle'the 'liver:
con and It is'hoped and expected the, entire works harder for a'little'while, i Us DoiI I" I" a
your.order : can get .' weaker than ; l1.fl3 ; : ;. 4RIEm! n
: .' community :will getbebindthepaperwith ,; soon, evenOodson's ..
"i .
: x i The :Klsslmmpe'j. all their1 influence and sufficient Liver Tona ts'a vegetable '
The'Oldest '
IDcf'wl'. Hn.uran' !
tatronage to keep its spirits 'and tOnic that gently induces th.most.Iul'' .. e Agency in Osceol. Cosnty ; ; rr' ra
; up
,'\ Gazetfe: liVer to':worlc., Taking It'la'followed .FIRE 4LIFE' : ACCIDENT) HEALTI'a, '
Valley 1 ; seaL;; Th.little city is In.the-center of gishd '-.ON8..S-) *" .. :3tfCITIZENS
: : a fertile and enterprising" sectIon, and. by; no bad iifter effeeta. v

.th.1ptt It should grew,with speed. and ,certain-;; trlcUon,':of'.habit''or, diet .Becessary, = .. -- i. ,'

'm} W 1< .. .' : y.:-Tampa Times.. _ For. either children or grown people;, : .' .
; 1Y. FresH i.1It14 KiBsimmee Drag Co. sells a large beer -

' tiournahr ,"PAINTSWiridow J Boarding' House, for bale; U.of Dodson'a Liver. Tope' :for fifty : "
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,. ..' Boarding house of nine rooms inciodng cents and guarantees 1 it to be a perfect . ,
"";,. both't rpesi" e! aD kIdl .,ath-room. Hot and cokf water, substitute for calomel.arid will give you
.... ,. : toilet.and' sink- electric f : 'I I '
Shades T' bath ; lights. 7ouUDon. ,back If It disappoints'you.: ;, : A Orgnii.fAprilad,3910',
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louse :furnished complete and filled ... ,
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FOR .ONLY $t7rY' with boarders at thrstLne.--Large lot .}, .I .
Hors ;.and 30x150. r: Can be-' purchased on very I The; Wssimmee(ybrary. aert$3s4'MsOe2t.eo0.00, : .'y'_ .. f'sc
1 '- reasonable terms., For particulars call : '1 Deo" a.... .10..UO.l44.U, .' ",
Cattle Powders''and'Poultry write ,. MX BREAKER & .... , + :
on or- us. .JL : : The Kissimme.Library- offers to its ,. DeG." 1011,$173200.25 .
,:Send In Youc'Subscrip.t; Food < .x; t { Co..; 47rtf subscribers a list of over JOUI'bundr-.d .., ...TO.ntraetjourbankingbainmtonsmeios .-th.touwflaemti. --
books by the best all of I. :
authors any or
I -'tlQO Right: Away, .'DROUGHTS BLDG.s iParli Lots which :you have the privilege of reading every consideration consistent! with,good sound conservative banking.."'''
NEW YORK AVE. for only (2,'which secures a single 3
We have two of the most desirableand ,
best located lots in Prospect Park membership, *r,'5 for a family mem- W, ,. Ca.borD
To IBM paptx..>tet to .lU AtlutiSestJWeekly lie 60x186 feet each which : xrahjp., CapC -Trench. the librarian, >Irectursi E. Done'gan. '
'St., Cloud 'Fla. we are offaring' A. :: Pres.., H. M.-Pf...... 1st V. P.. '
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1 :r k c Gall for 'OMittratlc. V PrltMrJ Notice. V WISIttO V to"the ,peopis : :- TAMPA say
'. ;M '. LEGAL The Cosset of the CUT of Klaalmme. Florida 4T
.. ... will OB or before T:of p. m. ou the(Kith oaf 21" 'who are! contemplatingbuying
.00-- ADVERTISEMENTSOrder EI&C ltRs, of Nareb,11112. receive Baled bldii for the paving drain tile that !,, : '
'' with vitrified brick, with salable curbing R
'' Folks Take
; Naghbodn Viii live Oak Paper. Says avyone :
; Sbaw Gives ale of Darlington avenue, between PleaMtt have for making drain tila/that .
and Iuewartiv.sue the lulcrsao* ; ;
; Staple .f KtssBmee ProductCol City at Its Own Valuation, For Publication The Democratic Executive Commltta 010.- You of. said Darlington aveuu nod ttroadwar.Tb 1 can make you a better tile than ,, r: '.
work to be done IB aooonlane with pro-
eola County in the elate of Floedaherebfcalls
I' la Cfrenu Court. u... of Florida 8 vnt* I BU nd d. or the city engineer can buy outside for a good I
editorial pointing and provide for the bol of a l>arooratlo epeeiacation you D
th'leadingC In the course of'an
e A. F. Spawn one of Judicial, Circuit OMWOU County... .. Primary Election: to be held In compll- tad Bled. la : office of the City Clerk-' deal less money if.'
ItiscB i .t Kieaimm, is spending the out some of the needs of Live Oak, Co H. JotuMOD.InCh.DOer'I..ompulnant ante with th*.law*of the eats of Florida said All bid to be axtdreaseil to the "i'resdellt, o(' Call and see my tile and get my '

, day to the city. I!. WM a visitor to and urging, the people to boost, the Live Blanch lonnion.V.. I>,,f.nd.ot. primary the ttaleol lo be so Florida held In at said the legal county polling of Oaceolan plea I ConuPlL"Th. Council and reservee marked Street the right Pavtuit to reject any prices before buying: It will pay :' .>J

traded;'where Oak has the following thingsto .ash election district In said county; during and all bid*. I will make 8,, 4 and 6 In.
u tit* office of the board of Democrat It appmnnir bf amdolt.Dip.add to th.binelect By ord.r of the Council this :StTtB day ol Feb you .
the hour fixed bv law for the bolding I of alec- I
'a* made a demonstration -of Florida say, which are worthy'the attentionof obniion In the the abov..ated therein ctiiM earned that U Blanch a non- Ion*. on Tuesday, She Mth....of April A-.D. 'ruarr.Had A. p.1IIS. J. ROimgRT: ; '''B. DICKERSON ; "Ii.Broadw.y .
cltieena : ...Id"nl.r tb. HUM of Florida. and U ...1. 9U, for the nomination of all DemooraUO.andldaaa (
products after they had been converted public spirited a lottt Clark:ol tko City of Klmlmmm. I
for office Batlonal. atate and I
Midland R. R.
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6>nt of the bate of Ililnoli and over the M : II and :
into cereal%' "HourTetc; The' 'producU We need:to cilean'up our'town. put'10m. of (Iwemy-on rrara; It I* therefor ordered to b* voted for br tb*Democratic electore.ithe ,I }
that aid nonreildont be and la genera' election to b* held November bib, 4!
used are tweet potatoes,' ,duheen and polish on it'and put on come real to a ppear to the bill of complaint hereby a).required In said '110111.and to be appointed by the Democratic ". .
cassava. airs.. People will take us at out own anne on or before" Monitor the lt da. ? of governor. ot.the ....* ,. for the eumlng.twoyearn PROFESSIONALCARDS ''
: : April. A. D IVia otherwise the allegation* of . . ,
V 'For the past J5 years Mr., Spawn baa valuation of ourselves, and If we that'act aid defendant.It. III will. b* taken a. _sued br ad tBonico,..alxAT. : xatfstratrs...l.f.....'."*uy ny.:

I engaged in this business in differentparts like a dead little country town is further ordered that this order be'publahed Proiiddthat aeoond ptlmarv. when nee" 'V
will we Are but' once. a week for four conaeonlive weeka "....,under the provlilun' of laid laws. hall TILLER :
, of this and Other' countries and exactly what they say ; In the Kltalmraee Valley Oaaett, a be held on the 2Hth Bay 11.2, M. ;| ,
newspaper Itlof'
,. be'find that there it a great]pouibility If we have some pride and Ret-up: aboutus pnhli>be>l In said County and Heats, .. to obooae between the T M. RIVERS M. D. '

I I for Florida In this respect. II. has a we can make people believe that we [Seal This] :Sid( day'of '.bru..III It oTjoRKtroii U. i by where B majority nomluatlona rote IB ahaU the Ant not primary bar*been election mad, PHYSICIAN SURGEON Real Estate Agency. C '';1 ,
and at second election inch ,
toe only
l' plant and mill at Klssimmeu where the have a live vigorous progressive pubicspirited Moon A Glecer, Clerk: Circuit Court. lector aa were guallded 10 vote at toe first i %......aaBaa. . ...m..eBBBmm. . ..*.eimwals. .a* m*" V':
products are converted into the stage optimistic! enthusiastic ttollollon for Complaint. 0'.t primary election shall be permitted to vote. omoe over Osoeola PharmacyPtONltss : ;

'a* shown! today. He presented a sweet metropolis, and Live Oak cart be made I aid The primary IMuooratlc election: Executive in compliance Committee with calling aald I Residence 63. Realty bought and_ old. 9',late' ;.

in that fiat Which Application for Final Discharge. laws hereby declare the terms and conditionSof Office 148 Houses rented. .'
potato flour another of cassava and to deserve adjective such legal elector offering to become can- ,:",,

\ V. V one of dasheen. This flour mixed with reputation do you want Live Oak to ID Oaoeola Court of Ooa.D'the County,. In .Judge... Kitateof State.of.. 11.Florida MilU dld.tee or to vole at such .election are to bsregarded Taxes paid and"'Titee yet. '<,>l,'
one-half' wheat will bake bread, cakes have It ia up to yovu It I. ,wholly in : lama,d.ed.Notice ia berebr. given, to all whom It may Democratic and party taken, a and* proper therefore membera, entitled ol th to WuI.I i ified for non-residents. , :: .

V pancakei., etc., which are more palatable ycur hands. : concern. that on tb* J I : .
Ibe Honorable 0
: .. and nourishing tflan' those which Learn to boost If. an art. Boost-' > rk.r.Jedg. said Court, ai Judr*of o Probat. or BiJtcroas.ThoM .. PHYSICIAN surance. ""'

j' are made today In every household Inc is not ,simply shooting hot air. : ... for.a final VS'lflUint.admin tutorof t Indemnity Bonds. t: t,
the of L. II. deceased; and and only tboae, peraon Shan b* pen Rswoaxo.Paox.ld f Kiasmmu. "
':" from wheat flour. To demonstrate his Boosting is an Intelligent, convincing that: the.lame lime I will prevent my final mtttvd to vote at or participate In th.managenentofeald Ornca Fron 1/7. FtomDa.F ...4.wF'Y.. 'vi, J ,
a aroountii a admlnUtrator of said eataM and primary eleouon who are whit JaawF.eEw.r
i contention he bad bread which was presentation of favorable facts, and is ink for their P.t'r.'lill1l. Xmoontto elector*, who declare their adbei* . .
"- fabrication fulsome Dated Oct. d/ eace to the principle and organization of the -
Jl baked several days ago,from the flours neither foolish nor A. fc. DROUGHT. Administrator Democratic party uatlonal et.te and county G. THOMASON "

cakes, etc., which were devoured by flattery. Talk straight facts and hard 44-IID04lDoo who are by tb* law* of the state lawful, .lector e ;

:L: those wbo were Invited fo the board of sense and put them In the most convincing Notice of Executor. who! In have the dlatrlct paid their la which poll her ages offer legally to vote dee Tree Home r.: \:
wlthlB the time I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 'a.
r i j trade rooms to see the display.Mr. and favorable light possible. Thatis la Court; of the County Judge State of Florida,' eats regulating primary required elentkraa by the.1&.rf.the ;

I Spawn says that there is a great good boosting. Boost for Live Oak. In re Estate of Tempi A. Mlox. Deo'd, Ores ball, when challenged by elector mat
ola tou..t la writing his oath before ..Irupwiord I b.did Residence 126 t
Office Phones 74 and 3. !
f opportunity open for the farmers of Boost for Suwannee county. Remember Notice li hereby given, to all whom It mayconcern not vote agatiul the nominee of the laatIximocraUc Man : ;
: the state In this The that boosts are like boomerangs that on the let day of ........b A. V. primaries for the ....1I0D.1. Stale Bakery
j respect productsare i 1912,1 applr to the Honorable Goo F". Pan and county otttera. DR. B. D. WIENENGA
endorsed under the pure food laws they'll come around your way again. ".",Jodie of aald Court, .. Jade of Probet
for a final discharge aa Administrator of the uar or ornca TO an ir OBMOCBATIOKLBCTIOK. desires to thank the cid-I fir
9 of the government, and everywherethey Even boost your enemies once in awhile estate of Tempi A.l-: luck. It won't do them the same time I will present my final aocountaadmlLAntrator Each.cloy/ In STOCK TREATED FOn ': '..1I
have been d.monstratedthryhave just| for any .. laid county qualified to rote ; patience during the rush for ,..
of said atat and ink for '
la said election shall have the I VV
won favor. -Tampa Times. Harm and will do you a heap of good. heir approval.Dated to vet frlm., primaries for: right ALL DISEASES Bread. In future we will '{

Citizens of Live Oak. the Democrat Ant .t lit." A. D 1811. One candidate for Preaident the United I have a largervarietyofgoods : : ;t
C. A. MINX, Slate N1LtP haeMl8r ORLANDO FEA. on hand " ,1
One of the moat interesting exhibits hereby creates "The Illustrious Orderof M-lmo a no Administrator. ODe candidate for representative to congress
from the state at large. Hot Cream Biscuit ;
.y ever mad. at the Tampa Board ofI' Acorns," and every one of you is Notice ot Executor for Final One candidate for congress from the Second N. L. BRYAN Rolls -I t

r Trade rooms Is there now. It consists made a charter member. You are each OODgraaelonal dlitrict.On . DR. and Bread (white and brown) "
Discharge. .l1d.1e for national cev mlttveman.On k13
of cans of flour and packages of original appointed a" committee of one to boost candidate for governor of the *tateof DENTIST for Ed::, /
In Court of the County Judge State of Florida, Florida
products manufactured by CoL A. for a greater and more vigorous Live In reeatateof Martha. Turlington, deoeaeed One candidate for Justine of Ih** supreme Squires Building Cream Puffs, Monday and. {1\\.

a F. Spawn now Ioc.ted.t Ki..aimmee, Oak. Your dues are five hours week Oaoeola It hereby county.Notlre given to all whom .It maj court.On candidate for secretary of rtate.On New York Avenue! Thursday and oftener '1 11 1

where he has Installed a plant for taking devoted to the upbuilding and progress concern 912. I hall, that apply on the to loth the day Honorable of May 4en.A. D F., *candidate: for attorney ge eraI. ST. CLOUD FLORIDA if called for. .' fa
One candidate for comptroller
..j care of the Florida products when of this community. Have you paid Parker, Judge of said Court aa Judge of Probate On candidate for atat treasurer., Also a variety: of Cakes ,' ;

the prices go down and ordinarily the your does this weekTCASSAVA .. ealat, for of a Martha final dlacbarge A. Turlington aa executor,deceased of; and the public Voc Instruction candidate for elate tuperintendoht DR. J. W. SIMPSON on hand at all .
A that at the earns time I will present my gnat One candidate for commissioner of times.
to waste. agriculture
products go .. t
account executor of said estate, and ask for DENTIST.
i: Among the manufactured: products GROWING their approval. ODD candidate for railroad commlaaloner. ALFRED SMITH ,:
'' Dated Iiovember 10th A. D. 1911. r
are three flours ,lone made from the R. O "..It. One One candidate candidate" for for adjutant atatchmlet'general. Upstairs In Katz Building.

a dasbeen, recently brought Into promt 46-lmofimo. Executor. One i ndidata for aaalatant*ta te auditor. OrrrOE Houas: t jjAsvass. 1
I ''I One candidate for .."..* senator from the .
nence in Florida the Federal Govemment Profitable Plant Has a Great Variety -
1 I'. by Notice.The Nineteenth senatorial district Telephone No. 7A Jun 5. Ivr. 1 J
: ; one Candida for member of the house ofrepreentatlvea.
In its experiments at Brooks' of Uses. Council of the city of Klmlmmee nor ..
cia will on or before 7::w p, m, on the with day One candidate for
uille. Another flour is made from the county Judge W. W. CARSON .j

, ,sweet potato 'and another from the Cassava has its specific. well as paving On One candidate candidate for for elect hrlff.of the circuit court. DR. J J

.,: . 'cassava plant commercial value. It is essentially a lamed lalmmee streets, Florida, or parse, aeparate of streets bids In to the b*oily made of One candidate candidate for for county tax assessor of DENTIST ennethP p. BufiIe' :
'n '. The dasheen flour'Is a splendid dust, starch plant and grows luxuriantly In for and"asphalt vltriBed, macadam brick creoioted material wood; block. ODe candidate for county Superintendent
paving : Office Cole's Store
over Jewelry 1 4
j ,))0' : of Florida. Like corn it produces public .
;containing great percentage of gluten. any part Clyde; avenue, between the rI.b..f.w.yoflb. candidate for county aurveyor.On ,
Atlantic Const Line railroad and Emmett Office Hours: 8-15, 1-6 ,
the the chicken .
food for hog *candidate for oounty treasurer.On.oaadid.aforsupervisor
'CoL Spawn has made only a small al_. width of paring to be eighteen feet] of Office phone 168 y3
I .amount of this flour but the yield was duck the goose and the turkey and Emmett itreet, between Clrd avenue to a. Six candidate for delegate, from: the eau Residence" 23 BARBER SHOP:
point one hundred and fifty feet went of
of Florida&large lo the National Democratic
these fowls and animals fatten on it as
fifty-one poundsof flour from 173 lbe.I avenue, width of paving to be eighteen convention. '
do on the cereals. fed; Brink Street, between Broadway and Two candidate for,delegate from the 8.... DERBYSHIRE, M. D..
they (
daaheena. One of
the exhibits is Vine E.
I a street width of paving to be eighteenfeet
u ,. portion of a I loaf of bread mad by a The cassava root grows from a shrub ; Vine strut of the, between Atlantic Brack Coot, :. ....Line. and rail therI.hklf.t ond congressional convention district the National Democratic Cold Drinks & Clears U

Kissimm :woman, containing equal four to ten feet in height, and the root of paving to be eighteen feet; SIx One candidate candidate for for state presidential. attorney elector for the Seventh Special attention given to the

reaches. a length of two to six feet and Main street, between Broadway and Oak judicial circuit.On treatment of Women and Kissimmec Fla.
parts of dasheen and wheat floor: This treet, wMUt of paving to b* eighteen feet: candidate for prosecuting. attorney of P Pa
ia a well baked loaf, well risen but with in flavor, quite like that of the pota iubv avenue between Broadway and the city the eonntv court Children. > ,
i width of paving to b*thirty feet Each!: elector in eecb district, town '
i good weight, and ladeliciously flavored. to. Indeed, it has been used for human way tram Main street to Brack aueet.Brth !Ice 2. S, 4 and 6.ahall Justice have the right to ....Ie: ; Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184

Cookies made from' the aame mixture food for more than half a century of All paving I of the to Mabove eighteen bid should feel also Include thepaving I for on.candidate for constable. and one candidate 24-SmoapdP. 'f ,\
for of the in their
; x' ', '.of flour am also exhibited and they are and its nutritious properties are wgnat of Broadway from Dakln avenge toMain .''u"'lce district pace. respectiveJustice j

y more delicious than the plain wheat, that there is no such 'word as to street b* twenty-four with vitrified.and brick one-half, width feet o( pavog onark One candidate committee.for member- of the State Democratic .a.VANS AONBW W. B. CIA wre&D Sprigg Fleming. ,

wherever it i is side' of parkway. One candidate for mmberog "
starve grown Cengres. \
ie."epoklcs.Tb: Tb. work to be done In accordance with pro- tonal Executive committee of the Second congressional : VANS, AGNEW & CRAWFORD
sweet Cassava has its greatest profit in ale.ndepeciacatloa] mad by-the city *ngl- district. ' _u '
flour is rather
& dry '
1 ja"; potato
and filed the
and nears In ofHoe of the. City Clerk Knell elector la each. voting district within ATTORNETyS-AT-LAW CLEANING
Yfi'and needs mixing with either the dasheen starch commercially speaking:, All bide to b*addraaaed to the Prenldent of the shall the to vote for , d
right one .
county .. .
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Council and marked "Street Paving Bid. : VH If 14 J j : PRESSING .
', Duval county St. Johns and other contiguous member oi the county Democratic Kxeuntlv 4 ,
or cassava flour to produce' good The Council reaerrei the right to reject any committee from tbs voting, ,district in which Office*: 4.S-I-M Citizen, .Dank Building '(//iji r rKissimmee '(!
f counties can it as they and all bide. '.' DYEING cad
bread or cookie,results.' But for griddle grow such elector rcaldea.TIMB > :Florida
By order of the Council,this 7th day of February. ''V
cakes grow cabbage and melon. It is a won- A. D. W2. -- REPAIRINGLeave "
it Is declared by CoL, Spawn, roa Q .LlPYDIGo _
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that these counties do( not take ( ",al) J. R. GILBEBT.ID ; J. _'noon D. oaioaaVTOON
der up ( H.
tb* sweet potatO'flour Is the very thing. SI Clark of the City of KuMlmmee.: Each! person desiring/ to have bID name printed -
r this and profit by it as they on" the primaeh... lion ballot a. a candidate .
It is a", splendid ylelder; giving about Industry for any county\(office shall file with lb.secretary & GEIGER word at my house and clothes4,

{ .four tons of flour to 26d bushels, the should.! Call for Democratic Congression a day of of thaeominittegon March A.' D. 1U12.or hi*before notice the26th ofcandidacy will be called brand returned.I5j

1' usual yield of an acre It Is best to Starch la as essential to animal nature Primary. and application to have hi* name ao ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW

have tfies potatoes Intended, for flour .. bread and meat, and it is quite To greeaional the Democrat Oiatnct Voter of Florida of the Second Con said printed secretary upon. a.,blank.and to accompanied b* furnished by by the the Office State Bank Building Satisfaction Guaranteed +

f possible that, its health-producing: and amoaut of bla aaaeaament aa 81-.1aedbelo...
raised The Campaign Committee ot th*Democratic
on dry ground.Th Flonda
: ... Kissimmee.
; I' ;equal to Committee of the Second Congi eaaionat Dla- and name of any such candidate ball be .f
:-: ;," V ,.caasava Is the greatest flour life-sustaining: powe.are. trios of the Slat*.of Florida hereby give no.tlraa printed upon oreount.0 or returned, if printed ,

f +d ,,;; .yidderof( all., ':It gives seventy-five to either of them., Wherever there the is tirft.followa A primary:, election for the nomination bail upon have any been such. oompUea ballot unless with Uua proviaton /JJ. F. KRIBB3ATTOBNEY :: . L. MccA z=ssTFR ..

ti; rn 100 the tea starch th r.ugar'. 'and milk.and of a Democratic candidate for Congress from '
l g; pounds mor to of raw,product roaM or .ALI.O'rtI.Th.
.gJ ? : that wherever there ).. add. district the Blzty-thlnt Congreaaof the AT LAW KISSn MEE, FLA. : Cic immoe.: : .,
: : ij , than eYe the sweet potato, and J.7. is saying goes < United Bates. will b* bald on the 90th day ofBecond. voting IB said primary,election shall be ,
t'' '' .' "> ', starch! ', and sugar and milk there. is April. A. D. 1912. by ballot, in accordance with the provisions of Wen SDrlller: V ,, 'i.i
,,,/ {:;n ,flour that will >tnaka> excellent puddings, should there b* 'e f.nnve in the the primary law*aa*oao ted la 19UII, Said Examination of Titles a Specialy.Notlflcatnri '
v''': 1,' cakes, pie crust and other patries, and bread and ;. election for the nomination of a Denioeratl =aha'l b*printed aaa dlstrlbuteu aader and of tales of i Is prepared to drill .r' $
f .is aHkl'f1&"to build new I industries eauilldat for Con raea from the said district h*dlrerlion of this committee, and AB aald payment .
'.' i J *:*ap.cianyadapted: .to' mixing 'with Florida. up to the Hlity-thlrd Congress of the United ballot shall be printed only tb* name of such non-residents, given careful :
: -Industries,that will' profit the Buio*.a second primary will,be bold on the candidate lor atatie and national office ee maywverttnedby 4 .t attention.RBERT ARTESIAN "' ::
the ;
flour. .
F sweat ,
;t 'J potato < : :'meager . A. D. IvlJV. Vie cbalrmsu of th. State :;zeoutlve .---.- '----._ ,__ n __," :; .
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and however '
'.> In' dditfon to the** flours, CoU,Spawn Inventor election of new Democratic 'committee, and the chairman of the ,- .'are Concession Commute fer said dl.trlo..1I1, Mat Congressional committee arranged laalphabetical .
the surface JOHNSTON ; in rloridalTen
i .' at hi* Klssimme.plant I*making desiccated may appear upon be held oa the Smb. day of April A. D. Ul*, to order; and next In order shall be any section of ,' y

Y .1-:)I roe sent;' ,. ,posslbilitios;behind them.. ,It costs but b. composed of ODD member from each county xiutea the namr ol the county candidate. ., 4 It.
4 a'
e ,V ; evaporated pumpkin, In said' d tat*lot to b*chosen br tb* IXmooratlovotem and la such order aa may be prescribed by the -. .'
:AI ,k.. r F'J, .. ''marmalades,'jams ,jellies, canning tomatoes little money to plant and grow cassava. ot each eoontjr reapeeuveUr.Fourth. . ...pocU...,coautjr committee,. ATrORNEY.AT: LAW': years ot .ucceuful Well \ ,
.' The rules tb* slat'primary I ia V
governing Drilling Guarantee
hens a of
''j i\! ' . and preparing to handle. every The root Is succulent; it makes V acute, a* promulgated by tb* Demos i. o.xv.r. OP norpas.; .. Ability to my ,': I s A,
.lay; cooked or crushed it is a food forvery critic Slat Committee, aball control la the This committee aaail meet at BOOB on the(th : produce the. best -
Hi Florida product id,some preserving man* take primary election of a nominee for COD<._ i May of May, of aoooer If all the renrne1as In.t o ', ,JU3S1MEEE: FLORIDA results. \ *a*,.
VfVt /tr"' Der., 'domestic animal, and they when applicable and not iaooaslslent withpeclfto i Win corny row house, and an; , -1 ' >r; ''

:: i a It la Cot ,Spawn', intention,''to **.: to it M the duck- does to water.Two .' Fifth. requirement Any clots Democrat of this committee. ' vain have the been return aomln and ted dents by a mority whatcBadldste vole for farm Late VOO..Uor o- Muatr' 'r.ncrow of WABLOW the TWO XND FOUR .$INCH' : ''

'. J. ,'J, .yrabUghfactories'like to ten acres,to cassava :m.anifood neaaaaary legal qnaUflnatlon for epmresents. each_n',q.e(AIMS I. what cases the ..Cemm.. 1 Crtolnal Judge Court V::1
1f' his Kuvalmma F1mta E
own at .
tiv.In tb* ongrw of the United fnala from cad primary flection will have lo b* hold,and WELLS.A SPECIALTY' '
:'..'rx ," *; over'all of the 'vegetable for a'"hennery, a dozen or more aid dtetrtot may become a candidate. for thenomlnatumla the chairmen1 and secretary of this _. '.... AssE '& : : 4P.
pro- wARLOW
1'. :
: :
i sited count' of 'turkeys aald primary election, br filing within two day thereafter, shall certify lo the fM: ,
J. ,,'fl: i :": 'duclDcctIon'of Florida so 'that larger bon with a good ; with the chairman of thl _...... vis,! chairman .f the State.Kceentlv committee t O. Box 844
"' and gees thrown In. The'.sands Hoe..G.L. Femandlna, Florida,onor th* result of said primary V election in, said .ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS ,
't ti, ;.1r' .acreages can ill planted and ,a market before the la* oar of X. D. 1 U. a ". tee reenlt ot each precinct, '. ,- JPractlo -HZlsslaaanaeo.Pi rtde.1
< ," \ " assured. .He is the nan who' first iDIi' of Yor'' ;'bad. for' ,they written statement a* feq Marche la...of tip ::shall also certify to the: chairman of the 'AT LAW .' .. .
rt __ to be alb which .aa reealoaal committee such. result a* to the flop t"- ;:
; tr grW trom a peanut to a purpose eanaldat Cone \ the CearU of the ta4e and of" :
;' ; l' ,trodttced the various methods of serving ; everything _at iball be signed by him and ahaU b* ore candidate* tor member of.congress. from th* the United -. alee before the Florida Ball. : .
with distinct profit wherever V, an eempantod with Three Hundred and .Seventyflv aid eongreaaiOBBl diatrlokBBBSIIIB. road Commlaakm. and the Intantata Commerce l
f 1 .;*.,v banana pis meat; bread and drink and pecan:
V .. Dollar assessment to aid(a defray Oo---w ... , <.
v' t:;v iA;') : e tried Ut* dasbeen ;years 'ago in the Fill investment Is made.-Exchange. .'LT" *of holding aald prlmarv election. .. ., '- of IJ.". CBAaiJBrroW feme.f ORLANDO.FLA.;.
"1' ." ." in Klssimmee. Mr. Candidate* lor mmbehla oa th* ,For ibtwo*pnrpoa of defraying the*xpnM *
that -. -
i / j :)Islands. ''Bedec:1arMUlatFJorida'laa., Wo may add Congretslenal Committee hall not b* required the primary the payment __ _____. _,_ ; 41yrJR. ,

JI..ik1 d \ : '.f*t i',: no'nuoa1; to **' peadent'apoa: :>the A.,7. Spawn, of the canning,:factory, application t* nay any aaeeasment.for place oa and the shall ballot make to tile their rapecSlveeonnrreommltt *- the following of aaeeumanu electioaaacluding aie levied' ", etc egalasl, ( .,WILLIAM SANBOKK, INGOCULIST 'White.Leghorns..Hatching s

: :,,, 'West for wbvatf b.a4wben, 'it haa sod has found a way to make cassava flour ***, ', .b proepectlv candidates. for, the ,vartoo evuntyoCRoMit >
. "' ..._u.. Thin eommltte will eanvaaa the .*, .' .. .100 '
for wheat Eggs 18.00 per ..,
\%: fJt7 p: i. .' .a nany.ubstltiltssr from which flour a* cheaply! as a substitute flour retarn of raeh election' and declare the renlt.and . twate aenator'..J.j./ir..i... .-/'..... Pena of 10 choice hens and :
V'V : wholesom and' for human consumption. ., will is doeeeaaoalaw* tnatmetlnna an4promalgat Kii assutstlvja the leglalMur*....j..,.. 1OO Associated Dr.'Christ" ; cock ''
1\ ;*; V mor*. varted m flavorcan ; ; *raise thereto. : ; Clerk e/reattooeet.m. .:.Nl.........,.4Kic( ...0010 with { ODe and 1 years old,, for sale on "
:: t.. t t 4.a.,;P"V: V be manufactured at kola*.-*-Tampsa Ordered aad don ado ..4 y4i*of Treaaurer ... '.. l" oo soBopmiatemiaBtofpubbelnatractiea.'v Cheney Block,'Orlando Fla., and after May :IK. Will book ,

.a:' !/ 1:"!'If -Trihnn. 'John. Keen butchered" the' heaviest tb} **power commiUe glvn tbl n**ZauTany nnder the of bw Janaary.and ruleeojh 1'UL''iCbairmaa toaaty Judge;.:>.,;........,,*,.:...e'....."".'-....V 40 SO 00 OO: OFFJCz, DOUg'l' ;,9-11Aa: )(.;l-a. fl: 111: orders In advance ,.when' .acconVpanted '.

\ "f; .... J that has'/''ever, been :0. L. Buessta, 'I'II._.... ......." ,.,.....,,..,'....... ..ri.0000'yan "V and by appointment. ,lltf , by deposit.V '; ;
ty ", Cassava f beef Saturday ? Oampalra OommlMi of PemoeraU*) polla/orfe;...........' .......,..-.... 00a. . '
$ ;:%: 11. . ... brought to the Lakeland markets, the Cong. Corn Sndl'eng. Dart of Florida.A.t4t .: V ...........:'_....;....;;. .II', c ,. Wilson Bros.
y ; r" > 'an Boars, fiecratary, t.1. .....m-or r.glataeos...: "st.Kt.E.' .. 00'rnen"f. )i ,. .
I IF '14.V '" "QaotIDctbeVal1..Guett..'. account.;animal .lcbIn.' 7W' pounds 'when attareey,e sb. .n..J.;..41 fie100 ,ANDREVI'JOHNSON r .

t ., 1', "' JH"i : :of>.< making'' 'of the, first ,batch' ofcassava dressed.. .:When oDe,takes).Into:'consideration : I County. eoa-.r. -.a.04......: .'..>_r. .r..I...,....'...{,. '100 I ATTOKNBY AND COIINBCLLAK AT.LAW"' .BEMg'yFaimro ', ;, ; :.

v ,.' / v .:'*. flout: at ''th* Spawn cannery that the average' plorlda beef Real estate ,opportunities. here, Juuoe of the peas... ;.."t.. o, .... .' f' a 00 Practic all -
Will Courts
.' '.(SA,' *AM ..' and knocking at:.the door"of Conelabt..!.,.,.l .... t . ... t..uo..1' ,1 ,"Q ' in '
'" '"* the ,T..I.. "..... True. > D.mocratpro-. only .arapa'aboat lOG pounds;'it\car: ; they,are ; : X :.( State and. Federal

; ?.:!: .': ',.] ,feeds to.say;,' ; be seen that this)was an-nnuaually heavy every man bat they are' :not, going to The- following utlir.aroa.lnpeotor..and elek5V, are ,Office adjoining Of * Broadway: .

t . .. . .***'1Aon'eountJ'j.produeee swsv*and' anlmaL'. Mr.. ,Keen ,bought-him five break down the"tuor,and,go',In after I hereby designated to oonduo the aaid primaryelectta ,. CiUsens BankKissimmee
,; ;/ the'sleeping He who -would avail la the dhnricta namedi .I , ,
a, 0wt ,potatoes abundantly ,i and will years ,ago when on exhibition as a man. : Preempt Me. I-O W Aahtoo. O H Towell T > l ",

I, .lr .;. 1 watch" your experiment irith Interest.. Texas calf' at.the ,state fairr1 since himself of these opportunities[ >>must w 8te1.. ...tupee""I MoblY 2L earth Big Bargain la a Home.Splepdid .
W .
'1. I ,r1'': : -r'l' ftM sew flour coma up to-expects.' whkbr time be had-:him- 'OD":Klssiminee grasp them cow for there are .otherswaiUng WjW Predaot..ev.l.ap.otor.Ho.9- I 1". 11.Tinar. elsrt.. new siavroora' house;'Justin- ;

;q.If.f";: til .o.w/., Atione"w.esn'atlilu' ,another. independent prairie until December WbeD'he (,foe'fat;:aama'tct::cOm their pas B.ea_N". o n ab&afJDond Y "011..I.rk.J.aD1or.. side,city,two limits; fine of deep well, lot contains I The-f Greil Ir IrFor
/.1' .acres ground, good.'new I lorida
: +hat.; J'i\' ." attttode toward the West brought him' In 'to fatten. -The beei way' . .. Preesetet 4InspectorsDr N H Maas.. Jt barn and
.. ,,- 1 I -: L 101_. N Far el1t.. ,, wagon buggy sheds and all
/ if ? was sold to Eo 0.: Twsedell.: Lakeland Precinct No. I.J I A aegam W a tnitti.ti under good fence." Fine :
new i locationfor '
: .
a 4 .
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rr., / fIondar. .... JI I O S 1vU'einrProtastNw : .. trarlo.a4: fruit grower.. For
i +.;' .Kiep Separator Clean.A : small truck garden I'folk.
or aancb. who
Telei ? '. '.' .' f.'VJoft"'r..etpt: : ,'01 Paantsrtth.VabyM J" ','. Minnesota woman writes: SI .. Inspectors} W O atcOlelland cljrrk.ejrcinct This is, a fine proposition.where' ;you 'Ida. Weekly. (1X0 per vein month ,

k t i Jp'i: M* aftee a pocket,map of Florida >1 W. once had :good deal ol'trouble'' In > No.7-4amea Dnrranoe,W r Upd.nbill..D.WUta will have the freedom of the country, 'au ly .*+*)' Bend JOO for a ten issue trial, ""
a ; '>*eri''i0
tan A"CTWHinW : an.ppyBright.CUaa.
rAld.rm.n 4ap ; ,
Use i of .
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: "r". 'be flaI3ed any address in the ,ntlmifronIVthsdade"ofthe :yet enough to enjoy all the advantages '
the : 1E. .
cleaning Wr..h. "r.CI<<
,'. <,I<, *"" 1 -- We Concrete ls> :getting .w,1IeU most Mni ; of the \
.... can also'furnish but after I Precinct No.I-1to61 L city, such as splendid high THE FLORIDA:.qROrfER ;
"' Oraeolu anti at n and 1IIII8I'tjMq.oB'the'farm 'aad, every bowl of my separator, Time.'Dtort, M D 1'IDdaIJ. el"t.! ': school best'markets ,
rr '':J.hI: ,; .f each ( . ..I .,. churches etc SOP FforWSAvetaerTuseaF1rir, I
..............tloo.l ... .. te to. for had, learned :to'grease'the "Inside : :w".t.OAMrBZIJ. ? Price BRBAUR .
tIo... miI' opt. 7.", f>!. .w way',. . .a4. "alag. .with, ) .Uttle : : ." y :VActingChairman i : 1,5OOrH.; .,, &: Co.. ,
.T. ..J- of sty -Jt." 1M ., It, r, '__ Jot,. ...,- ,.!o .the_.bowl..... ..r"p bvtterVIbtf" very' '1. Att. tf. \,,",:stt.z... r. ,'tilA.: 'rYV. 4cV>tf -
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f 7ILaroh 15. 1912, ,_ ... -'Y' :tII .. .,_ " _1);" \. ,,, THE ..!t J--- VALLEJ.GAzlli'ITJ.: .. ',5'' PMe .

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,i j.'f . She has 'nQt'thewhole; I, :,_- .Christian ;Art: of ..' ."..MJf.HAIHHitJtlstJIIi, > ea". ,, .rlt, "llHltT.'VI, _.,' ;_ .

.1 earth .to, sell, .but. :jjftst'choice Tampa' Paper Pays Tribute toirs.Willson's ;; ,Getting' Mad .J

t ..
,bits oH it I locatedin; I, I Book.' ,' ,

'Vbe literary ,world has beta, calling /
...,:JNCIlAM'Jt. ,' di'' ',: ,; .
Br .
; for more'Florida authors; the club,:women HIIXf .
t" "
who have been asked for a proi' .*c..l HvikShm I.....tYnwel, t ;

f.. ' :FLORIDACHOICE gram for "Author" Day" have failed " .' .. ... ". '.,. ......,:.',
to find Florida. contributing; -to. their '

i : 1 literary shelves. Last year saw the TEXT-B .y. aacrr and da' sot._Iph. ...".,.,' : <''fo
; IV rte .
'public.t1olof{ 13,000 book, good, bad ;'
: HOMES and indifferent' but one belonp'. to 'It 'a. a great'thing to know hoV' to .".:" 4X' r'd 4

7;" \:" ,. Florida authorship and,, this i I. the'SemiQoles get real'-P7 without making a fool ,', f

,;I- .' SELECT :FARMSVACANT of Florida," by airs:'Minnie of one's self., Noteverybody knows H'V'

. LOTS Moore-Willson, of Kfssimmee; which bow, .to, do It. 'It .. an accomplished "i,

:: being read with growing interest allover srt.the ability to get mad like a gentleman. .

';i ANO-.ACREAGE'" the eoun+ry.. The author U particularly To know.. when to get angry '",
''i' 4J' U having' intensely Is criterion character' It Is an ,
tOf'un.te.In .this 1
Ask About"Them accomplishment which Is not learned
edition soma
o Interesting new
In'Uv.&jiohools. It.. acquired In the :

, M' ti ,MRS.. .SUMMERS' out at, this time. All friends of 'the relentless" training lot, practical' cape See this' Great:'Portable :',,'
picturesque and almost homeless Semi* '
rimes. '
' i Lake 'View:Cottage!: holes, all organizations who have the It Is' not a sin'to. .get angry,' ,Any Outfit' Before 'You! ;:Buy ,;, : '
cause of right and Justice for their code man i with half an ounce of ginger In

1 and all friends of Mrs, Wlllson 'are his system ought to get angry ocea..1QD&11 A Stationary Engine :;: "
; : .
,. is the of : ; ;
, proud to' have,the popular book belong! kTemper Impress '
.. ., to Florida., Ood upon the soul. It Is the mark of is"*n nglne that ean.b 'used for practically. ':,<.,,"
.... .... personality and Intellectual' stamina.
-- 'From eRE
tIi' !': the great white, I capital at The scriptures say that God Is ; light power requirement, with equal success: : .

) Washington the Everglades investigation -..with the wicked angry Jesusgot 111 run all kinds of light'machinery at well as .
; 'every day.
' i : : : Is attuned to a crescendo; and Mrs. angry. Can you not eee him eland- it. will pump water, and lathe best. engine',to use for ,' .

4 FROM THE WEST 4VIA Willson's '"Semlnoles of, Florida" in lag, at the. temple door Can you 'praying, operating cotrntry: water supply and electric I' .
recital tells the heart cries of The of :
1.i'I 1 , /f Iramatic Douses the market .scenes "which 'lighting systems.etc. usefulness r : \ '

, .A his picturesque people 'who are the were enacted there Can yon not see I, The Ferro Portable Power Plant: ', \, '

" t real owners of the Okeechobee country. his eyes kindle T Can younot see \, ; '
. ,!j - rr. 'The influence brought to., bear upon his Illumined countenance blase fierce ',''i li multiplied'by mounting it on wheeled skids,"so that one 'j-1.; Y' "

Pre.ldent'Taft through Investigation 'and glorious Can yon not see the person may easily' and quickly'move: it from no.Jobto. ,: ,?,':

and the vibrant pages of Mrs. Willstm'sbook miraculous energy of his personalityas another. V, ., .' .
If ATLANTIC COAST LINE resulted In a small allotment of be' cast out all them that sold and Come in and see this outfit-one on'hand for demon
; bought In the temple and said unto '' ,
"stration. It.wiU'put"you' under no obligation, to' buywhatever. ,
: last
Florida Indian.
ands for the year .
them 3 'My house shall fie' called a .. Catalog free for the asking.GEO. .' '
; t" : With the Congressional: atmospherenow .. house of prayer, but ye have made It '

1 P :Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited"'s charged with Everglade affairs! its a den'of thieves.' ;".N. ,' SOUNDERS, BOAT BUILDER. ", ,-

to be hoped that the vital point of Christianity .. something more than "

,. "South Atlantic Limited' homes will be solved for the vanishing .a religion of love. Jesus said: 7 came Aged "FEMO"' fUsrtse sad StsHosarr Esftaes!

: 'Ie'M remnant of the proud old SeminoJes. not .to send peace, but a sword.' FOOT OF STEWARTVB.. .' L .klSSIMMEB, FLORIDA .t '
I '; Tampa Tribune. Passivity may be all right for weaklings 'd. .

:.! " Montgomery: Route" but. action Is the birthright of ,
The Glory of friJ heroes. The man who tries to be

:4! flrenjli PtuWasi frosa Ixmis ;; J' Crud sweet with everybody will find someday .
;: 'kj i Can ducafe, St. ; Cmciiaati, Indiamapolis, From 'depths of the ocean i In beauty that he is nothing but a lemon.It r

.), ';:f Rapids, Cleveland, Louisville Nashville. Atlanta .d Binsinshaa U JacboJl!'De. 'adorning '-.* is veryeasy, however to get V '

The world with her brightness; fair angry foolishly. Sometimes it is proper !

"(. DINING CAR SERVICE Erin arose; to get angry and sometimes It Is Vegetable: Growers'

tier mountains resplendent, with glory not It may be proper at times for a ,
."I' f :+ For further Information call on or write to r+
' ,,\: W. C. Gilbert. Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fls, transcendent, man to get angry with the Janitor.It .
may be proper at times for a man '
f Reared their glory-tops upward to
: J. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent to with the It
A.. heaven's dome. get angry umpire. Batitier Crops !
t fir' bright
',, Tampa, Florida.m& ; v tof
" t 4. may be proper at times for a man to .

But alai o'er' her brightness, a dark get angry with the family upstairs.But ,'., .,
: ; '
'J&:1 cloud It is never never proper for a :
Florida made with IDEAL FERTILIZERS.' The formulas have '
,,: ill. are
,. ,. Casts gloom o'er. a land consecratedfrom man to get angry with nil 'Wife.Th.r. !
'. )OC been created through actual field work and exactly meet: the needs of
; 'I,, .. birth Is many a man who will say '
'. 41RPFg& nasy things to his wife that he would the grower. Why not get the Best, especially as It Is the Cheapest! ,
a 1", a. A. CARSON. J. A. caa wont) L : To show .to each nation the Elad ome. I.
? VI.........d..t. not think of saying to his chauffeur. ....'
The virtues of glory and "
I< light-giving ; Temper Is good. A bad temper Is Ideal Vegetable Manure

worth: what you have made of a good thing.A Peruvian Vegetable Manure

The gods of the heathen wrap the land rifle Is a good thing in good bands. W. &T.'s Special MixtUJ'eN..l ''

: <:KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. with the darkness t: But "when It has become rusted and Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure p
out of repair It is going to explode
Of pagan misrule and the shadow of Recce's Special Fertilizer
some day In the hands of some cheerful .
.. death. Idiot who did not know It was load '
i Pie."J
Call on our local ;
But hero approaching with truth '
.. Rough and Dressed a / a ed. It your temper gets the best ol. '
: grand and holy you what you need Is to go off to Water & Canon

s> Sheds light 'midst the darkness with the repair shop and be made over :or address

j.J'PIN.E life-giving breath. These flts of temper this sour disposition ,

Tr LUMBER this Iceberg atmosphere, this WILSON & TOOMER ; I Y ,
i The holy St Patrick.the heaven-sent spiteful spirit are as contrary to the
Jacksonville, ,
iJ reformer Christian as. light Is opposed to dark
In trumpet- ike tones to a downtrodden D... I

I.ndAnnounce. Tell what do mad
me you get
r. .., HOUSE 'BILLS'A, SPECIALTY the Gospel to each erring aboutThat Is the practical question ,

!6'' N/ i brother \ ", .. , A man' calls you a liar and you retortIn '
a 7 v > -'' ; C'
;;,:,' : ,' \ I .. .r. t. Center.
: 'Extends to the helpless! a strengthenIng similar\'language.. But men are Orange JUDGE) FOR-YOORSEtF': '
10trOgOgOtlOtrOgOlrOqdld101t010IOgOtIOt>oc KXJ ,
r J ... ,. making'God a liar1 every day and you ; I '
',','. .' .''< ' ,> ;; I hand.3'1tr.'eo \r. ; .:-Ij..J!, "r; of Orange Center Farms tract
:'ll : Settlers
: ;
.t. I'' " :' f'.t""I'C"" \ : ( : "'" .'t;'. yr.'''' . ,-. r. ; #",' '" '! I'1'<1\i'\ ... do not get angry Wherever there are a. " 1 t ,"- V101.71:1\ \:" :,>1; "
Bebold at his message the hosts of hell. wrongs to be righted, wherever there met\;enmasse' for''I thV'purpose of organizing ::.F ." r,: .' ; \f1" ( / : "

scatter "" -are.evlla, to be trampled under foot.'wherever .' an' associationfor. mutual WIcbia, Better....Trya.Ezperimeat;: :.; ; >;.

.. .................-................ The glad; beams of light chase the there is Justice to be mete benefit '' Profit. .by; Kisaimmee'Ctlrla' '
or a'
cut wherever there Is Iniquity In high The called to order by .
darkness away, meeting was :n
'! I WHAT IT MEANS I IMIDT I The kind dews of heavenher fair places" or low, there' Is your opportunIty M. F. George ., , ,..

} people do not know..b.l s R nk's Capital U for. or the dlRer n.,. btw *- ; scenes adorning to show. of what stuff you are Mr George' i then being nominatedand'duly "Flperlenr"Something
a o a bank of little or no o.pllat and one with .large oaplUl. made '
," 5 Fresh flowers of truth the elected chairman, declared
, A B. nt.S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS I greet Somebody treads on your corn and< new is an.xperlmentt.;; ,
fa'the fond that pro* oU the d' .po llor. from lo.., lb.r /_the larger U.I. the I vision each day; you get mad at him., This very night nominations In order for J'Mereta17Geo.Oiden'w be be ;. '
:':, < grater prowcUOah.*dtpodiors bt.. Ihli bank has a II ': nominated*by Mr..Jas 1 Must preyed tq as represented '
". i ,r ,. ". Capital of .'.. .'...,.;..........j.. ...,...{..Jr_.J.smonooo. Then, honor,the name of ,tbe'saint who.' a courtly and attractive son of perdition : No The statement} of''a.mamilacturer'is .
: *"> : ...,r..; .......,.,.4.t".IIOOUO. ,will lure a girl In"her' teens oI'i:: 17" } 1 :BaoOkhold.n'IVDliit.. ;,'- ,...;.,...,,..,... ..," 60.00000'.,; , has vanished one of the--wlnerooms of this prodigal other nominations being made, George1 not convincing proof of.m.riti. ry ,
y ,
11. y. 4 From human surroundings to beau: endorsement'Af friends 7Now'supposing ,
: '".'' : '" AtOtalof.t" i..U..v....::....... ..-. 1127, 0000i I 'city.: :;He will give. to her a drink that Ogden was declared. 'secretary, by the But the la.s
i Tbli ma" 'tha we moat laa.13S,00&00. before our_depoaltors eoold. I''loss a .en's glorious day; i will inflame every passion) and deaden chairman i :you bad a bad ,back'' l
tfan -, oant.' 7hi*prvWoNODlor.' .YOU.", 0 >. .' i Full well he accomplished his Gadgivenduty every moral '.en... He. will,, lead her Chairman George then'called for A Lam Weak Aching one, ," k

{ f4 b I. ,S'rATE' BANKOF'KISSIMMEE': : : I : './ : *'/ ., ,, forth ; tober."J'UInd;; 'laughllke' :, :: a voluntary speeches.. ,,Mr. G., W, Spahr, 'Would yon experiment>r'",i'sYou i ,. 1
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a Nor .hr.nk from.the path. .whereso- devil'over, the havoohe; has wrought. I will read of 1111 iyeo.calledcnre ;, ,.. ...
**4 I --or--a ' - -- responded In' a., veri..ble' .manner exf" .
.} ., a I: -. ,Kri.liua.ecec'::R o.R/Cn. ... :' '' :ever:It lay., I. J.. 'If you *r. going ..tor.set+ angry'' la plaining the of .the' meeting :'Endorsed by.trengrrs, from farawayplaces
: v Qod'sname' get &nCI7'.t, something purpose "
I y: Vy. .I '(I.,A. OAIl8OIf' .', . JOHN If.,:UCBni '4 x. .a.: CAsaonf.Caahlw' *. ,I He 'fought,"tie ":' good fight;:trod theCOllrse'.t 'worth while.' _' ". following with ;some ert' 'valuable. Information :! i > J.J4: ; :/:
"}I ; .. .i : YP.-i4ea > before him, : 'We 'are in themldst; h.reot'a'ao- ; as to methods of planting.' [ ;
;.. ._.. ....._ ..__.._ ... .. ... ; coma *
home. / ,
i! r .u. ;He now 'wears]'the''crown ciety,.which .is fond 'ofwine: and Joy Mr Stir,was the next speaker.,takV' from : ,/I'l/ ; ,f ,1', '
; ', ,, won 1' 'rides'' clandestine ,Easy to prove local teatHMsy; '
J" nobly he ;;. and ,flirtation A ing the tomato as an :example proceeded r
art .
yr ; 1 Home endorsement .la tile proof) ithat A ,
Cod 'honors the. stints who:! their duty society that Is rotten .tothe', core to explain 'the many: advantages of (a&'rf-
." -, Glided resorts'or .doubtful characterflaunt and marketing backs every box'of Doan's;' Kidney-1
HOTSL MRDZ fulfilling't. raising same,, ,following -" '
. RUN Bear , 'burdensunflinching, *tj their 'disregard of high moralIty : with a few'well chosen 'remarks about J1U&? &;, JI'J J;
f a rk' r w S)...,....,Florida" Fiends In human shape are stalking ; 'Read this casei;? '
life's work U( done.
'y 'b' .Up-to-date, beautifully located, . the;! streets and outrages are com- celery. t .
4 ; 'discuaaion which 'Mrs., J:' t.;. B.atnan, :Lake;..t...t,
A arose
'ArteallUl'W.t.r.Tmni, and Croquet From.,deep degradation a glorious natlon mitted'' at '''our ''TerT.cJoon..' , ;
s t' d . Kissimmee, Fla.. ,; ;/ 'I have takenDoan's
Grounds, good bunting fishJnsr out the fact that few people aays
7 time to be angry There is a, time a present '
and, boatinc.'! 'A first-class (Fair ErinUOH at her loved 1 saint's for Christian ,,men to',speak out, 'an< did not fully understand< the call of KJdnq'PD1aaDd) ,haze toond ,;
v' modern country hotel overlooking ; '' them be nefcial;?, ,1 used this>emedy \; .
very -
.. .Lake r that time Is now. ,When the good people the meetinaefter'wbteh. Geo.. Ogden *
i East ,Tohopekaliira' .:_ Good appeal;), when '1 from "'and'bladder
suffering '
wake from kidney,
their lethargy and"be- "
and beds..Table tried to enlighten with a few 'remarks.
i 200d.board'cookinE'$S per week;rooms from$2 May, shrub hearts)mltate his.(exam;:- gin to tackle something that Is really -The meeting seemed to;f ag In spirits trouble;:.and It bronirht me so 1 ,:.

to $I per week bath and shower lI.pJeJ: worth .their meW., then shall right until Mr. James ,'Boyle with his ever much relief 4tha: | I feel jnstioed "in recommendlng .- ,1
'," 4. :u, bumble.dsvotion, ail b aven'sthrone '' ,
bath Included.' A '. be triumphant..and Justice win 'the It. 'I' know that' Deal's'
. WM., G. KJRAPE. Manager ,they'-kneeL t' d&. ..;' ::1'I', : ready Mr.,Irish TX H.:wit Keen made native a short:of lk Florida;, ,:'; Kidney, PUla ':can always; ;be ;relied, ; f "

,,t' Box 149'' P. O. ST. CUOCD FLA. Then .Erin shall .tand'as inniign' of Low., i
. ; '' upon" :
r 1-tf- "The"Law of: ;.;, '' then'gave us a few hot shots of real Information , .. t
'!jI< : glory .. : \ The consecrated Christian brings"toth.jowue.t as to. planting.' raising and For sale by all dealers,, Priest Meta,. I f ,
. .,. t Reared, aloft ;j' duties:;;the loftiest mOo marketing, different. fruits, and vegetable loet.r-MllrbuiuuCoBuffalo; Nrr.,sole. t
: '4 -V _I. she'll unfold:. ; II"... His., consecration to, 1 ChrUt' *. agentfor-th.UnitdStates.: I e I'
Her'.banners< unfurled o'er the bosom carries '.It, .consecration Remember the' -Doan'sand ;
with to"the Among other,spesjcere were Messrs.Spence . name .
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; Long Distance': f of ocean' [ service of bis brother men. The law takenootherl <* ',,
; <;
and ,
fouls Kelly otben.TG. :
: Pbone296 Shall carry the 'ainiaei'the story of of Christ Is the law,of love;. We fnlau. ./ -. - . f'- ',:. I ';\- ..
; jdvertiSing W; Spahr ""W.; A. 'Spence Gfdu: 5 ' ;
"r'01d.1"| ';J" '" .It' In;doing.well our part of, theworld's -. ;"A.; !: ;. J 5

.... When;, Christ .comes'again'I in majestyf :work as 'well as) In direct acts Ogden, were chosen aa ;.a committee of . Witch HaalCream..' .. 5
,, burden three to'write a constitution and by ?k..wltCltbatl..Ma4ormnla. '
"' of sympathy and bearing. TIM .teaa''' V
I is spying .th".h't" thing i\\ f gloripus' s, ; holy man Is the nor energetic ,In t.,... "" ,,fcelow la ezoeUent.: Ton vw fled It a') ..?? : a

rr ,, I' *, ,; i..>,.'-)...*.'. M*' I 'With"theusandsand': ,:'thousands',of business on account of the fullness of At the'above i meeting. a movement good ereant ,cUanalac.. I Of oourea, ;'

" ;--, ,i* ''atthe right-time; 'saints in His train,, :} " -" dl vine' life in:bit heart. "AS Christ was started In favor of>'new"road. 'A fat Is1 tne, basis, of alljUssuebvUdtnc.creams. . z 5T ,
rfl 1 May the land. of, old) Erin be well. represented cam Into the world to do the Father's petition to'the:Oranfte1' county commissioners .. .. /' : ? i* -"
t :, < ,' iii the" right.. waya .,* j- ", ". '' will. so:he; sends us, 'Into"the. world was circulated and' signed by a One ounce eaca'of white wag an4'vspemaeetl. ]4.1!
? his own"will" wblcb''is uartr ,of oGet, 'J" ,11
do :plat
to .
I '1-' 5 And many take part{in" His glorious alwaysthe'Father. number'of , ,,
. ,, large the.enterprising c1tilens i'
,, 'almondc.. '
!" ,wln'Baslnes.: becomes .
1 literature We make a and soecialty conducting of planning;campaigns, preparing.for !'eIED. -1 ministry when It Is Inspired b7lId.UiT.. of the .!daft], It Is ,,to" ,be hoped :"Melt; pour tote a'mol rue.'"'irnlca> lass a t''t' l

i k' r -"'.** .,' Land Companies Boards.,pf',Trade: .. WnnlcinalltlM -.. Then echo the praise of he land_of.the to' Christ. The salvaUo../,of society. the county board will favor' this petition been hated b7'-"" immersed! same' '.3>..."
," and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN i ..' '""r" "* "x -:;=7.bamroek..... ''rlJ-.t=._:_tr! .tHJ' de)>)ptlonofbuslne8s; thejsub. with Immediate action., ,Ume to boning water:. ,Very gradually( ;. 1.;.
I .... .: . ... .'a : -.. rcwater. ..! t
'-pAs.: an ensign of ffiorjr'\ ,forever .tte U ordination power to principle an< - -"-,_ and : ; ,"
'std " .lov..,can. only come through the.1..... : ;:::.. .'-, one 'ounce of witch! ,bases and .aasidsWonsly1 " "

ADVERTISERS To shed o"'ei-th. "nations. alight still lox : of love, whlcn-ls the law. of, Christ.'Heroism. ... ''i , Corn\alleged\ Alfalfa.', ,sloa.U stir.formed.-the, afterward until an emu-tt"> ti cfr,'. ';:'"
: ;, 7 ., Corn sllaa-e'and aUalfa are th..t"o < ; ,
: crsasing ... I'' like,mixture la nearly eold.* 7: ' '"
. .The' .the I ,'.the deadrlSbland I' .,, I ctand-bys) la'the economical ration for ,, f *
:vr '.. '4. gem: of.. ocean ,, Christianity .IIIi' .
" ri .. r TAMPA" ,,," .' " ... q:1. "" FLORIDA ., ;; '*-*fWILUAl1'PAR -- 't .'i.'.-V 'both happiness! alone.uti beroln1.-R.seeks secures.ffi,: :I. the dairy 'cow'and the fortunate tiling .Don't. forget that'th.price of aVa&. '}.. ':' .r.
:; about It Is that they are.both Oftbam
,'.,.. :f.f": ,: ,1,4 b .'. '.". .'!. .' t" -, ,N ..BRACKEN, .. 'T, Root *,Concregatlonallat.' .xProvi :. drouth're.iettug crops.' .. . ad Jn 4b.VaUeyGazetta. la the; sheep!; ?*' '.' "
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4 ; :; .THE.I1IMMEE':

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f r 'v : For"Tax: Assessor .. .. .. .. -' '
& 6 1L 'ban b.iore tke' J
1 dwildad to pbcs mar name "
: Voter*of OXMOU Count for Ik* offlo.of.TaAiMWor . '"
Iflahould byourahotalntbprlmary <<
r'r 1.haU andavor to fltl"b'uUT.
and I*tb. beat of ttf ability, 'y IlIr supper VOTE FORDONEGAN
will b.appreciated.. ,.. wi1LWI.8ARBgaFor ,
-, '
''county Treasurer.,
tlolltvlni Ih.tIbavsfaltsdthslrudof" the
people. of Oocwila county and have tlafactor.
lair performed.. tb. 4u".. of the ofUoa, I now' I
r I d pollen. your support for re-election.
B. C. MILLER.ForjSneriff. .

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hereby announce'nyaelf a.. the office ot Hherlff of Onoeola county, at She
coming primary. If elected asatn I 'bromine to
+ do JD'duty f...r'.ol' ly and impartially your '
i i .upPOrUI solicited.\ ,C. .P.-fasVATT, .
r ,
State Senator .

For Sheriff. ; H. :

Ihnraby announce myself a .
th. ulBo of Sheriff' of O ..... County, sebjerdto ... ,
the action of the Democratic pr/m.ry. If ;
alerted I pledge faithful dls ooar8. of th.< .
1 tie.of tbe effioe. 1. li. IMOHAH.

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I b For County CommissionerAt "

the aolloltatlon of my friend t hereby
announce that 1 am h candidate for county ooramlniloner -
: from the 4ih county. If chosen to fill the oflloe. 1 promise aIr
loiln m y duty to the best of my ability without
either fear or favor from any aourca.Rwpectfully
:\ K. K. WILLIS.

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i For County: Commissioner.. jI .r V ':,
i hereby announce myMlf a snd/date toGinty eY.M .
omralaloner! from the Fourth die I :.
trlif or Onoa..ln county 1 wlih. In thank th. ". :"
poole, for thiilr I kindness lu the past and nollcittholr .
rM support In the future. If elected. I pfuJgaIILV J
faltbful service and personal ttuintlon to ,
> tlla dalle, *ol O. R. BA. !d. ,1 t

:_ Treasurer ,M hC'

For ..

I hereby announce tnyralf a candidate for the
... ofllco of County Treaiarar and will appreciate
Iheaupportof the democratic voteni at the
approaching primary. 8. L. LUPFEU.
f 1v Collector
Tax ,
Candidate for State j
During my term of office aa Tax Collector, t 2'l '
have (given the work my personal'alteotlon and I
1 : . Seventh Judicial Circuit tend. the people of 0......'. countr to the boat ? ,.,'
4 .
71, of my ability. I will be a candidate for redaction
.- and if my work In the.ol&ae ha met -
whhyourapproval\, I wl'l.' very much. appreo- .
r ate your lupport. Very rexoeotfully?

; I I.J .-

For Member. Board of Public In- ,
t Istruction.

r At the request of my friends I take this l
method aunounclnic myself candidate for
&ho ofDott of member of the School' Board for
District No 3, Oneeole county' cud reaper filly -
auk the aupport of tho.ctern of my district'
at.lbs ooralug prima y election.


For Member Board of Public In-

t, struction.
I hereby announce myself. a. candidate, for
'/ reflection M a member of the School Board
X t> from thin the First dlntrlct. subject to the ac-
loa of the Democratic" primal h one of the common people and know their legislative need .
S x He U a large tax payer and will work for tax reform.
'' r r For County Commissioner Occeola County i i. entitled to name the senator this time and DONEGAN it O- \

t ,e I hereby announce myeir a candidate for reelection ceola' candidate.
I to the office of <'ounty Commisalonerrom
t, Dlni-tot No. ft,and respectfully lolicit tbo
support u(the voter lu that dtntrlct.
.W. 8. 1'EARCB

31it ,, For County Judge.To ,, '

the Democratic Voter of Oiceola Con nly.
yl 1 hereby announce that I urn a candidate for
re-election a* County Judy ot 0-eeola County., TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS i iI
object to the action of'b..v..m..tlo Primary -
,, I aiuot>rely Ih.1I1< ,.ou for your aupport In &the
..ant, and will| very much abpreciatu your supPort - '

A. J. Holt, D. D., pastor. ,
I' For Senator, 1.9th District.To Sunday ,

the Democratic voter of O>oeola conutv: Bible School 9.45 a. m.' ''

reflection i hereb .annoiinite as Senator that lro"::' the a candidate 19tbDlatrlcq\ for,, Preaching 11'a, m. and 7.151p, : m. .- :;Pte: (/",The,, Democratic..Executive Committee of Orange County' has' putj,

hubjoitt thank, to Ton the action sincerely of Democratic for:your support primary.I lu lb.pell .. B. "Y. I). U. 6:45: p., m. ,"\1\, "' -$:; the' Senatorial claims in the proper light in the resolutions printed be.t. .;!'

and If Ton approve my leKtalative record, Communion Sunday.. ". JjVyi,, '<;'>' ", ',' : ' .
: 1 ,I mpeotfnlly. solicit your IXJUW support;'l''SEY.: .:. Monday-after. ( 3rd Sunday' ).., <:'I' :' 0'''' "l-:" I low$It will l not endorse any_candidate< who:musty: be voted for. by.youTjj .

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Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 8 p.-m. In this the committee is right Endorsement such candidates! <

For Marshal. Wednesday-(after lit Sunday).

\I 1 hereby announce myself. aoandldat.for the Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 to 6pm your business ex luslvelv. I ask your careful consideration\ and if you, ''i
} ffloe of .....h.1 and Collector for the City of \
.. :Klulmmte. I believe that 1 can 1I"the poal- Thursday- think I serve the district to renominate me.
I' ion to the aalUfactlon I of all : rep Prayer meeting 7:00: p. m. 1
..ctf uliy ration the support of the voter at
the appmscbingelection i iWAKBEN Visitors Yours respectfully, '
2( W. Kwo. welcomesPRESBYTERIAN. 'I
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1! ':'\1',>"; For City.Marsha: )h S. S. Snyder, pastor. ,r d :
I"'I+ 'ft"" "7:, 1'1'; 1"' COL. CROMWELL. GIBBONS I] lama and candidate Tax Collector.for. the:If'offloe elected of I City pledge Mar'that Sunday School 9.46 tv m.-A. 8. ,' i j jl

.. altblal dl.oJ>ar.e of the.dutln r,of W.the J>ln'JI.m...... f Nelson, superintendent.' RESOLUTIONS OF DEMOGRATIC EXECUTIVE COMI OF ORANGE CO i

.. .. Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 D.m. l _
rl '.t Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. I . '

ANNOUNCEMENTS For Mayor. Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.00 I WHEREAS,'on January 20th, 1912, the Derrioctatic Executive Committee ,
J' candidate for the
hereby a
noanoe aa ' .
r office of Mayor of KlMlmmee and solicit the P.m. :, : Osceola. County by resolution, called to the_ attention of the.

.will support endeavor of voter do,,1I1a of Bay the power olur. .to If glv elected the Visitors most. cordially' invited. to, all good Democrats of Orange County' an alleged agreement or custom- f't
For 'Clerk Circuit,' Court.' city a eopd business admlnlatratlon during the Cervices. ;
t' coming year., N. C.: Bay AN., ,, -;; dividing tfte.Sehatorship of the 19th District equally between'the'two y
'I"e' ...1..hllotlof. frlcixliibrnuvHout
in.con-.....1 h*>raby.annoano T my* .MBTHODIBT. .counties/and expressed the belief that the patriots"oMOrange,: county
..,IfaeaooklaNrba' Ul.rkutb.ClrtroilCourt;
r 10 .... fur OaovolB Irnuiity at tbvromtUM pH- For'MarshalIhereby ;H.T.: Galnes, pastor.; democracy would not suffer this cause to be roken at the 'present time j
t I wfadt lo thank the proi.1.. for tbelr aoanunos '..0011... fer the
w msry bind. rappxr* I" the!>..*.Had. noliclt. their' .optli emeeof (i.t hal and Tab my Collector*of y the city .Sunday, School at 9:45: ':... m.-J,: L. and then proceeded to endorse\ a candidate for Senator. Th,retore:be itKKSOLVKD.
j ...... !I. ..' fninr K .......... I aides mrnvnil .f Klulaimee' and solicit the support of the Overstreet; 'superintendent. ,4. :
i AIt dtbful, u.TVw.uet pr atdutt ....110" 10 th. voter. at the.approachloc Shy election.. i b/ the Democratic Executive Committee' of .Orange ,

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t :--- '. 1I V . ,1V;: :Thai this committee: knows' ho ...
Kor.,Marshal Junior League 2 p.-; m: , agreement or custom by any

For.Tax'Assessor. I .I take this. method sit umoanelnf myself ae Senior League'W.d..780 p.. m. competent authority:by :which the terms of the senators from ''thisdie- t

. f hrrrbf anoonoo" mjWif.candidate; for In. a(tollMtor oundldals for for the theoflloeof olty of Klaalmmee.Marshal I and f ShiwlUdevote Tax .Gen. prayer! ,service Than. 7:80: p., in.Hol'y' trict must, be'equally' : divided,betweep, Orange?. and'"Osoeola counties: ;

} .4.01oe.... M Tae. Aawvaanr ur Oacroia a'' eoenty. and my.ntlnUm.tolb. omo..ndwill '' communion ever,1st Sunday.' The equal term'given to the last senato'r'"from"' ;' ; 1
.as ie fully coital' '*tbo support the voten In1h eodeauor to do' my' full duty on .U Osceola: county'was be- I

e .spprreoblog. Davaperatioprlmarr.u"" ..BIRLati." '_ ''. _.10IIf., -'.-' P.'rrLooik O. WHIT*. these, are cordially. . Invited to.. each. .of- cause of the services and record of' Senator' :.A."Carson 'and, being<< : I

U.y ,, ,I ,"! :J ,rte personal to him, js not' to" be construed, as':an admission: by the Or.njfe'

For TaxjAssessor.1barrby : .,' s oothe5) es.dld.ta I for Uanhal be1p and, Tu:t 1 'CHRJST1AW.: *e\:; .County'def"cracy that'the 8eIl-at. ri terms\ ,',are < to"alternate equal/! {i
Collector appreciate yoW .
annonw odtoe of 1.. '.*_ of Ovnaola txmntr.ud ,-: ; .y.Preaching the
an.I"U Mt th* voter'la the. ap.proaobiug 'J L': .'' at 11 a. m.. and 7KX: ) -p. In. > ;;2., That: ;in opinion of this'o'Rmtt, e,;the democratic:voters of:
For Marshal
.Denocratlo primary. I Hi'II' ; Bible School 9.45 a!'rn.-C.. E.:';YoweU the.19thdi8ttlct should elect their senator
de.- rl &V aFpriTax ,MtsrmL; aandldate" for according :I to their estimateoftbd'fitnessoftherespbctive'candidatest
I hereby announce mraelf a* a
t jr'1' '4 tt ''k ir'rbR , .' .. theomoeof" lIarabalaod Collector forth.attJ'of superintendent H..Harris,'' assistant. :--t'r.ise.u "' ,+ ........
,.. af' KuNlmmee.. and respectfully sec the.o.ppo 1r superintendent i ;;;rfptrr\
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s, y ''n l ..1\ :T.- : F! ,'I'. ". : ; ;:; : .Assessor; of,the voter: tetvtce* at the II elected.coming eleortonpromUlngaithfol -. Oxo. ,N;,'1'. _. ,...* 'Christian Endeavor, '.ev.ryr'Sunday.vening t La 7la!J the &22 r& voters. of the district.. .w111.nomtnte'! a part l

;s ? Candidate :For ttOl'lleJ'C..en"I ol' barabv' aBDoQOo njraalf. a...4 c1at. for theylBoanf .--:... at 6oo; :p; m.' .. '; ',.' :. didate i for senator, : in .,.prtmary.hela iffthiTcom} 1're'i VM'of: plac, '
; Ta nmorot Onoanbt enanty .
"' *' .' .. will of tile D>nxxjra,l. votvn at tbe NOTICE i' l..rayer meeting and choir practice erery of residence under, the' auspices of,this c. rpmi ee;wbli.1} Js t6e.J Jukge of, ''h
4t, ' ? lNefe,' a'i' ativaot,' the..''state hasifceenin'the eomlnlr primary, and If f lotd proms* to 1 hereby annonnee' iny. u.lf'a'eandMsb.1orlb.oMo.ofMarebsl's .Thursday at 7.15 p. m., ''"' the returns In this county.: vlt would $
; atv* mY: :pvraonal; .tt allOa. lovry dMall eonS ...Tax Colleetor and I ,:'thereforebe! !m 'opetfor\.thl:: :
'acttre'practice' 'the .c.aa,.wlfh the emoa.t C.HUOKEI.S.. . aak. the support of the good people of thletown .' '. '.: .' committee, under such circumstances to ,"
endorse :
_. .- J... a poor man and need It and I am BFIBObrAU i" .. any.candidate I

,;1aw;;for,: (en:.j ars'hasI,, ; eeed} nRr i: Public I : _tug what abl.r la right, nor and.U.w elected. "II.y trinke W 111 endeavor.. I.... .David' D.:: KJdd rector. .'* fKet. 'i1;',i.." -:..J"Y1'1" ;. ., () aS I\"t'p.' :' '.' V Izt;

\the House.of, RepresenUtlves:and 'For. Superintendent' *' of'' 10. todomydatyae.'pw-.. w. B. EKNDKRSOK. ,' ,. Services..erY second' and fourth Sunday 'I '. ,.-. -., -. .< "J .j' ,
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State Senate, andjs l in accord.withtheprogressivd :, : ,Instnictlo_ ,\ ] at 11:00) a.,m.t ., ,, re.
,' the'times. I hr''by anaoinea mvMf. candidate lor tbe: :For State .Attorney ,Communion Su ay. etlmorniagserptxes r /
splrit'of' TotbiJemncraSIdYot.rSOl the) 7th, Judicial CUSTOM'TAILORING
o0o of 8uprlnt. Ktnt nl r ibllo iBMructioa
-, '0 of O.eio111aaanoaaty.ubj.... Iv th* will ot thepMnmtratlo Circuit of Florida r ' . __, J...:: .
) vntraat tb..eoialnc primary and 1 hereby annonnoe that 1 am a candidate for Guild meeting every first Tuesday. .
''irG ?_ . It..1...,.... I will, dvvot* m;nilr.*tlra* to tile reappotntraent .. State Attorney for the that is absolutely right In',tyie fit -
rice.You . .
the. action of,the Denaoeratla primaries.. -" -*>I'I )<'' "" "j 1 can buY"ready-madei;- bi course; 1-f''they''re-notes; --;--
+' $.1 52 Acre rI Month h. Anril)B2.| Yon have honored me wlta> this .SftndsT .... made for *A ;
t r" of, pa per office and I have endeavored to ell...". :ronreonfldenre > you and they show Spring samples now
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15. ,'1912 'THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY '(GAZETTE I Page 11

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while waiting. for his fruit trees to,ma I
I ture. > ,
The'' Deadly Parallel "Mr. Bierley says in .his interview 1',0
that it costs from $100 to $125 to clear
.. < . Isnd. That Is true of Loughman -
If .the. ,pet YOUR BUILDINGwill
Opinions of Two Men Regarding Florida, One of Them a land. The people from whom I I

Tourist of Umited Observation the Other Purchaser of ''
a purchased my farm"; will 'sell you the

Property.!in This State.. land, clear it, fence it, furnish tree.,' ,

plant and cars for your orchard for oneyear soon need hardware know what I
,- supplies And you ,,a trying proposition supply
for less than Mr. Bierley's
Portsmouth Real Estate Dealer Portsmouth Resident Who Has for "grubbing." They will clear the buying Is where you have to buy' from 'a' dozen 'different-sources, There are sure to

,Say That Florida is Only For, Investigated and Bought Landin land, ready for planting'for, $16,00 per be some parts to eo back for alteration Some shipments will be delayed that hold

the Rich Man,That it is a C ost- Florida Says That This Stateis acre. Choice fruit.,land at Loughman up all. You have been thinking how, much quicker and easier-and'better you could'

ly, Placp to Live and That it 'the-Poor Man's Paradise as sells at $30.00 per acre, on easy pay'* get your, building in shape if you could getone'place: to buy;all your supplies., r

Lacks All the. Comforts of Well as the Rich Man's Pleasant ments."I have no doubt If that some parts of That is just what we'are ready to do for you'at an' hour's 'notice:-furnish all

,Life. Playground. I' Florida are very undesirable places to your materials that will meet your ...most exacting demands-in economy, In day-in- h,

I '" live, owing to low. swampy conditions, and-day-out wearing quality.,

As a pretty fair example of the misrepresentation in striking contrast to the statements where snakes, reptiles and mosquitoes And because we can furnish you with! all your materials, we 'can do it at a

of Florida which some by a Portsmouth real estate dealer, abound; but it Is not true ot the' higher minimum of cost to you. We have brick cement' plaster, paint, sash and doors,

,.northern people! cause to be published, published in the adjoining. column, are portions of the State. People'at Lough. builders' hardware, bath room and toilet fixtures etc. First class Plumbing a specialty. }
the following from the Portsmouth, the following statements, published in man tell me that even the summers

Ohio; Daily Times, Is typical. The the Portsmouth Blade, a few daya after there are delightful owing to a cool

paper in which it was published was the interview by Mr. Bierley was published breeze from ocean to gulf, and the I - --- I

given to the Valley Gazette by Messrs.. in the Times, by a man who had nights especially are cool and pleaasnt. wM

I Ralph Johnston and J. H. Harris formerly thoroughly Investigated Florida, and "You may say that I am altogether .

l of Portsmouth, but now enthusiastic has purchased property here. The Statements pleased with Florida as I saw it. As I N -Rim-Cut Tires Cut Tire Bills Half i .

and thoroughly: well satisfied Kis- which he makes regarding the stated before, I purchased a small

,, simmeeans. We are informed by them section where he has purchased land place, and just as soon as I can disposeof I i
that Mr. Bierly, whose very limited apply with even greater' force in many, my property here, and arrange to do We now handle these tires 'you have been reading about. These- '
tires can't rim-cut.' The jabbing rim hook. are r-BiStj ,Iturned
observations of the state furnished the details to this section, where- the land, so, I expect to move my family to : outward. And the tire rests on a round Kfy&sZ' T
I text for his screed, is a real estate is fertile and diversified, the' drainage) Loughman: with.a view to making it s-
dealer of Portsmouth, a city; from good, and the land requiring little or no my permanent home, for I.eertainly more' air, 10 per cent more carrying. capacity.. r'f' anntn.iru "m'
of Kin And we figure this margin add. 26 per cent to Q* ..:... a
which a great many people have come, clearing. In addition the city believe tHat Florida is Indeed a "poor -
tire mileage. Call at our store and let us explain this tire. Tire-users everywhere are using them.: .. 1
'to Florida This fact may have something I simmee Is a modern cltVT'VHh, sewerage man's paradise," as well as "the rich Why don't you avoid tire trouble, too T r e
to do with his dislike for Florida. with brick pavvtt streets with man's playground." a:' .

We need not point out the fact that water works, with splendid fire equip '\

Mr. Bierly did not visit Kissimmee ment with a fine school, prosperous Milliards Isiand.

I. while in Florida. The lack of sewerage churches, handsome homes, progressive This Southland is very bright, OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO

and the other conditions which he describes business men, and everything to make The flowers are very fair, I

as existing, are not to be found life attractive. We invite Mr. Bierley There's magic in the orange/ grove -

..\ here. We regret that people who see to come to Kissimmee and cure the And fragrance in the air.'
only a very smallpart of the atate judge (grouch: which he has against Florida.
"tne wh ole stale- by" "what they have The Interview the main who knows The gentle sizzle soztleslthat are ib

'/' seen in a short visit. It Is not fair to what he is talking about, follows: having lately are very acceptable on

I Florida. "Florida, once the rich man's playground fruit and vegetables.

We are informed also by several is fast becoming the poor Meeting closed at Union Center LUMBER LATHS MOULDINQS SHINQLBS

members of the Ohio colony in this city man's paradise," said George W. Low- school house Sunday night with two additions -

that Mr. Bierley's statement regarding: ry today, in commenting:upon the opinions to the. United Brethren church. Y
expressed by H. A. Bierley in a 1
wages Is erroneous. From their own Miss Janet Lawson went to Bassen-

experience they state that wages here a recent interview which appeared in ger last week to attend the balance of ,

are on a par, in all lines, with wages the columns of The Times."I school term and be with her sister, '

in Ohio, and that there Is no ground at read what Mr. Bierley has to say Miss Bessie, who is a teacher there.
all for the cry of low wages. about Florida," continued Mr. Lowry, I -
The interview follows: "and while he may be correct in regardto Mrs. Masters and Mrs. Hilliard were Dyal-Upchurch Building:, Jacksonville;Florida
returned that part of the state which he visited both real sick the past week, the former '
H A. Bierlev who recently the latter la- Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber Florida Is 'well manufactured -
Southern near Sanford, had he gone: about having rheumatism,
visit in Florida and other -
from a and ) and facilities for filling orders for carload lots
carefully graded, our are exceptionally; good. _
points does not look with favor fifty miles farther south, to Loughman grippe. Both are convalescing now.

upon the glittering promises of the real where I recently purchased a small Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore of St.

estate men who have lured hundreds of farm, and where I expect to locate with Cloud, were pleasant visitors at the

i unwary Northerners to Florida with my family soon, he certainly would Hilliard residence Sunday. Mrs. ,

alluring prospectuses of the marvelous have a different opinion of the state. Moore's hearty laugh is tonic for the .. .4
wealth to be found there in the land of "Of course, if a man expects to buya
producing orange or grapefruit grove sick.Mr.
.ternal sunshine.In .

_.,. J..r, -. ley afternoon said an:interview concerning given Florida.out Mr.Tuesday Bier small-sized with man all of improvements limited fortune.means But it to the do.will thing Is to take buy fora a nursery trees. grown H.of several C. in Lightsey a hundred box beauties.and is sour not planting quite orange a a [ill Stunning Spring Styles L1912[ ] '

"As there are so many people asking unimproved land and make his own im year old. They are

l me how I like Florida and what the provements. Oranges and I1rapefrultr : Looks as if business was going to be t \
I must t begin to bear the third year; they pushing J. K. Hilliard made himself a -
chances are to buy land. say ; .
from what I have seen and know of will more than pay expenses the fourth present of a large office desk. Come and see what the New Season Brings Forth in

Florida, It has some good: points and year, and after that it is plain sailing from-, Fishing .seems to be the sport of the SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS N
will yield anywhere
then there are some not so good. as oranges day. Mr. Funk presented Mr. and
"The state of Florida is about- 400 $500 to $1500 per year, and grapefruiteven Mrs. Masters with some of the largest *

miles long and about 300 miles wide, in better. bass caught in the
miles. It is "Instead of the ''land at Loughman strawberry ever 1 Dainty Lingerie Waists entirely .' 25 Per Cent,Off A beautiful line of Dotted8wiss,;' ;, ,'-; t
fact about 60,000, square four feet above lake. made of fine all-over: embroidery, and lawn for your summer dress." i ,'1' ,' ,i.
from .to thirty '
about four to thirty feet above the sea, being spen't with all waists like these are the rage I We have a nice line of: coat ,.. -v-/'. 1I"1J: ii\'hft. '.
surrounded by water. The Island looks sea-level, as that described by Mr. Miss Leisie .Hay Sunday this season and It is easy to sec suits that we will| Hell for .. "It:
like a' big sand bar, growing up all Bierley, the Loughman land'' is from : her parents '. ,. ,why. they are so .popular '. White,, shoes and slippers'.' .V'p.., '.r.,
25 Per Cent Off '
i f over with a 'foliage which makes the 200,to 800 feet in elevation, and requires Mr. Jim Miller kindly donated a ridein $1.50 to $4.00 Gracetul women's,footgear new: spring style''in" *!T +t i

ground: very rich. The climate 'is goodin neither drainage nor Irrigation. I spent his new automobile and hotel fare to

the winter, the lowest temperaturethere several days driving over a 17,000 acre J. K. Hilliard and some Kissimmee Entirely new line of white Beautiful silk stripe voile, all Miller's absolutely guaranteed
>u-' this winter being 'JO! above. tract, and you can drive a buggy most gentlemen to his orange grove of Lake ; goods embroidery flouncing at only colors, at 35c to 50c a yd. shirts 11.50. If they rip, bring

j'The! towns in Florida are buildingup anywhere. The land is gently rolling, Butler, via Orlando. The trip was immensely 85c per pd.. In color. white and I It back. ,

rapldT'and many good northern giving splendid drainage/ and free from enjoyed, and Mr. Miller deserves blue. .
very underbrush. There are a number of An immense line of the new at Scholosa 'for'men' '
"thank for his Clothing ;f'
.1 i homes are springing: up everywhere an extra you" things In Bastiste at only 10 and
laid small lanes on the property the size of A PIONEER. serge and fancy worsted. $16 to U's'
the winter. The lots are large-heartedness.\ 121c yd.
' during The lakes Dainty beautiful models of exceptional per $. -
Milbrook lake and larger
, jl
off in CO and CO-foot lots with no alleyin style in ladies' and '
,>.V: of draining the are fed from underground springs, the Notice. children's wash dresses. Classy ,,. i'
"',' 'j I the rear, no way water pure and clear as crystal, and The public is hereby notified that Mr. dresses for any occasion at. low A fine assortment of best grade Holeproof ''Hosiery silks and, '
t it is low as they have no
towns where with gingham. all colors, !3 pair for 41,75.,1,
be hauled fish are plentiful. The farm 1 bought J. H. Bryan is no longer prices. :
I sewerage, the refuse has to of these lakes. the Zante Naval Stores Co., and neither
'I borders on one .
.off by private contract-10 cents per I the Zante JNaval 1 Stores Co. or the { I
barrel. "I know that the land is rich and Peninsular Naval Stores Co. will be Go through the entire stock, look it over-we seriously doubt if you would.not find,What you: r
n' lr'r i railroad conductor productive, for I saw oranges, grapefruit : responsible for any bills made by Mr.
k "I was talking to a would like for .
and your own. ". ,
and other tropical fruits vegetables Bryan. "
r'leJtOf : on' the Coast Line, which runs from in abundance. I talked Zante Naval Stores Co., :,
-t Jacksonville to Tampa, and he told me growing: 10-2t Peninsular Naval Stores Co. H .
'1'0 j .: that day last week he carried 1016 with several people, formerly from yr
one ,
almost state in the union and ANFo.oRI.o'
tv people on his train. No doubt Florida found but every one man who wps dissatisfied, H: CLAY ST '
I is a coming state. Thetowns .
rie: l the state In the winter I "It 'le true, as Mr. Bierley says, that 'I
booming all over
, IV; time 'as there are thousands and thousands the prices of farm products are high at The Store that Saves You, -Money ., ''
But this is all )y
: this time of the year.
; in day,
of tourists coming every
in favor of the man who has a t t
i:; time they say everything ,!
t't'i I' but the summer It
,, "". .Is verv quiet 1 was talking to small truck farm. Owing to the thousands ....
!1Y'' I of northern tourists who visit ,
.'.:':1 fl an old negro woman and asked her each winter, there Is a good '\
l. .t time : Florida .. ,'t.,
In the summer ;
what they-lived on .
)."f'. '.i" she said they lived on sweet potatoesIn local market for all kinds of instance produce sell at .S. A.'t_.. Pr... W M. ,* **ll. Ww a..l Mar. a..iV,,"'. ...;'... ..; :. ,- ', it (a, 1
;, 'j good prices.- Eggs, for "
).,,-,, 1nlr the summer time'and off of Yankees in Florida from 30 cents to 50 cents per '
in the'winter."The OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY : (! ) :
town of Sanford, where Lou dozen, and a man with a small flock of ,
: $ chickens could make a splendid living. '
Fisher has built himself a fine residence Mill and Novelty Works : wI
Planing ; "
l and has built his own waterworks, is a 'f. ,
. J,0P-,; great celery center. ,so many people asking me my opinion E .ti F i F7r .. / '} I'

, i.>,, "Jrlorida is all right for a rich man !of Florida and I give it to you just as x - '
and I see it. Of course a rich roan can go f t&t it iJ I 1
l. e to go and spend the winter, you of land I jfl < I, h
there and buy large quantities '
1 ?.
"' .i! can buy land from $5 to $25 per 1, t *
k: ,: but It will cost you ,.from $75 to $125 to put out thousands of acres of camphor, T f ?

LIJ,": : grub it up,' as It will have to be grubbed grape-fruit and orange trees and by j u L }

LCI'j,,' :;. about two feet,deep all over as cultivating, irrigating and fertilizing. Y w tt > '
'.t up and deep- the land he can realize from six to thirty Claude L'Engle 1 y > *** f
101. It is a mass of schrubbery } '
'". will cost on an boxes of oranges from each orange tree 1 >* *
hi. seeded roots, The farmersare Editor DIXIE sad THE SUN .loC' *I 'v
And after you after six years' growth. .1I =- : aI
',Q1 $100 an acre. + i
" average g I! J .
box this
getting 80 cents per year 5.
for a
and ready
; J get it all cleaned up -
, raise anything It unless for their oranges. I would advise anyone Candidate forCongressmanatLarge 7I
cannot 1 1a
crop you 11
- with small capital that wants to II
-the e
-1, It and fertl1e-(
irrigate .
- land,you at the rate of $10 to $35 per acre. buy a piece of land in Florida to go.look I I& .! r ,

'Ii,, "I met three parties from Kentucky; at It first. Primaries 1912 :; .. '11 r
25 cent fSgS.fg'M
in Florida are per .
"Wages '
they had sold all they )lsd in Kentucky ; ( $
. ; ..1 f they less than iiy the state of. Ohio, living 25per.cent '
)i and bought Florida land. Now higher. City water fora four- H.ha. fought for the People'. By dealing with us yon will Joe all, to w.I iI'tonat you want, end in a curtain mpciti tim..& *&/.. JV E t
, ; land but cannot raise any W located .,. switch that rime / : 'w,,'
"='" "'.- have got the bath is $1 'per > SAVE YOU FROM. 1O. TO IS PER CENT. an right on pri. to no if
thing on it withntjt water and fertilizing room cottage without rights for six yeerei. He will .l pp '-'W. load etrietr into tan. =

. '. ,., thousand it, and times they that all said they they were wished back In a electric month; gas lights$1.50 double per thousand what they feet are and' In continue this same fight in the; ,OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY Inc., lSJfl1 H

Portsmouth. aame forceful way in CongreseVote
, 1 1I .
\, to me in "Fishing is good all over Florida, and i #
had looked good '
I' / things be good if could see for
, Florida would have taken some options hunting would you L'Ejngle; (
$ I
::+} but the Letter :
on land there and have sold it hew where you are going, undergrowth and your choice for District Note Heads, Heads, Envelopes, ;* '.
that cannot
is thick see
at home,but It did not look good tow so you Congressman TOO Etc. Printed Prom
k rae 'I your game. ,(, |/Wedding<< Invitations, Cards, ; Here, f
i ,; T '4Vsm writing.- tiu(>'for.the benefit oi f "Portsmouth is.good enough for me. I I. 7.;' - i"V. -- 1d

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:.. ALARMING_ .. t L" REMOVETHE- MOSS I CAMPBEtlrlTEMS I the To ilrmu the Notice owners or parts to of Property ol real treeUi estate described Owners.abutting below upon Classified Advertisements.

r In the City of KiMlmnKW, County ol Oioaola

i' A.. L, Gets a Grouch When fire Growth Is Dangerous lo the Life of We had preaching all 'last week by and Iniinrauanceortba state of Florida: f. 1owln Hid, Resolution of KliiImmoo ad.0014H1 <-. i ______ '

'I''. Alarm Blows. Trees on Which It Hangs. our preacher from Taft Rev. W. E. .( by, ou the the* Council, llth U.T of of the March.. city A' 1). 1UU:. "' Advertisements are Inset ted under this head at the rate of 8 Cents

vli:- < line each Insertion.
Murphy and will again preach for us 11E90UJT1ON.Whereas per
The title of this article does not, of I .
had'a serious
Th. associate editor
next Suuday as that Is his regular. appointment the work of tradIng, curbing and .
grouch course, refer to moss which is sometimes the followrlnKdoicrlbed itrooui and pact I
grouch all-day Tuesday.The paving
: ted FOH. SALE SALE-Forty acres high rolling
of HiroMa lisa Item ompl"
was caused by hi. being awakened at 6 to be found on that class of people On Ifroadwar, buluoen ht ;.arl' 'Av.0u'audDikln I., land near'station on main line of railroad -'

o'clock Tuesday morning. We desire who are known aa "mossbacks" There Is nothing like living in the Avenue; twelve miles from Kissimmee..

; to announc. that it Is a very dangerous Kissimmee is fortunately 'very free country especially In the spring time and On a Kmincil"fiolnt Ir(K CI;htroct.feet WeLof bHweon ai4 Stewart Avenue Avenue; AGENCY FOR SALE-Good pay, good email part deep muck: ,for gardening,

of folks We are referring when all the flowers are blooming and On "18"ar"ven"o., belUMtu a point 11010 reasons. for selling. PennelleAgent. rest finest citrus fruit land; no palraettoes. -.
from that sort .
thing to awaken the, a. e. at this un. feet :North of ,;'" molt .Mronl and a point Hi.t/ >0fvptenuth 0 8-tf Will sell all at $30
the which is growingso the trees are fresh and green and or Kinmett Street! - per acre
to moss
earthly hour. The cause of the Tuesday gray on easy terms or will S. S.
a divide
Hub between Bl'11"d..n. "
birds of different kinds singing all the On ) Avenue FOR SALE-One fresh cow part Jer .
of the shade ,
Souders. .
awakening was the screech of Kia- luxuriantly on many )point 6u feet "Bantheaxt" of Broadway) Phone 260. 8-tf :
And WIi.'r.aii. the total coatol mild eompl..t.odwork" sey. I. H. Wetherbee. 11-4t-p
simmee'a unholy fire alarm whiaUe, trees of the city. It takes too long to time. a 111.I 111 ID. and the total Ironings. of .. FOR SALE.-A :\
oak to allow its life !butting lots liable lo lluui for mid coats. IJI t, good Organ cheap. :
and the cause of the alarm, as nearlyas grow a stately live. Miss Margaret Riddle of Ohio, who :11 IK.:f..el; CbOK'S STRAIN, thoroughbred Buff Also a Folding Baby Carriage with 1

could be ascertained, waa a brush to be destroyed'by this beautiful, but is spending a few months In Kissimmee A ml hirean, the amount of lien per front Orpington, eggs, $1.50 for 15. G. 'A. rubber tires. D. B. HerrlngtQn,

bonfire. in the western put of town, deadly moss. It is a well known fact spent Friday night and Saturday with foot'if On that nald l.artol Iota IH Ha Hroadway followa: ibovo described, Gilbert.. 8-tf mudu Mabbette Ave.street, '3 doors West of Ber- ,

about seventeen mile. from the a. e.'s that while the moss may not entirelykill her friend Ernestine Brown.A $1bO per front foot. -- It-p !:
4 on that ;part of Emmett: Strait above doncrlboil. HAY FOR SALE-Well-cured, baled '
room. the trees it does retard their growth .. |4.Ml p'r front foot crab hay by New tjden Planta- FOR SALE-Seven and one-half acre .
'W41: hare thought so before, and are and mar their beauty and their useful- crowd of young people went violet I I I Ou thai. part of front Stewart toot Avenue abovo doBCrllxwl. tion Company, Box 496, JCissimmce, I grove. about four miles from town, .t,

than convinced that ness for purposes of shade. The moss picking :Sunday: afternoon, gathering On ..fli.r. Hub\ Avenue above do crib. Fla. 12 2t right on railroad and close to station
now more ever many violets and butter cup. tl. per Iront foot and shipping point; good close-neigh
some means ought to be taken to suppress should be cleaned out of the trees. It KeioUed. I that: tho City of KUMmmee herebyolnliim horVunoii I FOR ,SALE OR RENTNineroom I bors, good gasoline engine and splendid '"

the over-zealous persons who i is far more useful as feed for cattle Mrs. George.Danis spent Monday in the and" following will hold lieui doi< ribad for' the lots above of land nil- house with bath; 2 lots; 20 bearing$ well. Well furnishes ,abundant *

turn in fire alarms in this city so many than as an ornament! to the city. Kissimmee, as there is no dentist in tlItt.Mi l lu said city of KlnBlmtmo, Ovioola Coun, orange and grapefruit trees; view of I water for Irrigating purpose: Some
_. . .. 17 .iul Male of Florida, for Iho amolinU re- lake close in. Inquire at Central of the trees in this grove are very
times without cause. If a fire can be -- -- -- --- --- our city, she went to the dentist III f.rllvey| ) staled below to.wll-: .
< tf large and
10 heavy bearers. .
!liallroad Coin- Fish Market. This is a -
LOt i. HUH'k 111, South Florida
extinguished with. a bucketful of water WHY Kissimmee.. ft Pansy. I PMIJ' "" Burtev.! on llroadwa, *,1) (>u per front - -- snap at $1,500. Downing Realty Co.
.. .. .. SALE-Tent 14x16 feet with
fool FOR
-- - -- ,
and the water available. an .. *. 12-tf
I >ln r. fl. 7 and 8 Iliook II. South Florida make. ,_ _
: alarm should not be turned In. If afire Railroad Company: 'H Hurvey! 'ou .lIm.d"'.)'. !IIIPS. Also small organ good -
Come the Thousands lo .,_ Art. Ordinance I $t 60 per front foot. D. B. Herrington, Mabbette St. lOtf TYPEWRITER, small Bhckensderfer,
is destroying some useless thing. People by : IjjlH A. e I, 7 and 8. Block 1J, Houth Florida easily carried. In good condition.,
of AnOrrilnauoa to Amend Hoctlon 228 of .thoCicn..1 Railroad Ooinpanv'i tiurvey, on lironduay TEN ACRES Choice land in Park Garden
such aa a pile of brush-or a prtch Price $10. Lena Lord Sumner
Florida. ordlnniicetof) the City of Klsulmmee f.1. M|iir flout foot ,.
dry grass, and a little diligence can Sunny : Florida relative to the (peod and U.o efhISCif'Il t LolMl. :J. a and 4. Block IH. Houth t'lorld all under good woven wire fence, west of Beaumontavenue. 11-tf
and has been _____
I Railroad CoIII""O)" Survey. ou lirondwayS good flowing h
prevent it from doing further damage, Some people are inclined to wonder liE IT ORDAINKD BY TUB!: COUNCIL, OF" <(Ill I 1 per front loot. plowed. Price $ O.oo. Downing SIX-ROOM lot. locatedin
4 the fire should not be called two weeks several trainloads THE ('IT" OF Kl!>4IMMEK: :, KIXHUDA I J.OIH 1. 2. H and 4. lIbeL RI\. (South Florid. 10-tf Cottage
department why every Realty Company. block and a of nice
diction I. That eetioii .Si of the tiener.fOrl1ll1a Kailrtiad, t.oD1pany': | Hurley, on briadun postoflice;
of people come to Florida seek- ,,,',,. of the City .K.1.&lmmoo. Florid. $1\t'kr2: front fool young citrus fruit trees electric '
out.Neither : < Hoiuli Florida liallrond l ('ol..yoHiirvi.y. | SMALL FARM just outside city limits ,
be lIlleiU1KI MO BH to road an follon :- \ lights and bath. Price
of the north 2850. H.
of the two alleged fires of ing homes from all parts "2i*. It Miall be unlawful for any person nr I : on ItroniimiV, f<.iiU nor front' foolOn good five-room house good deep well M. Breaker
the past weak really demanded the and West. The following extract froma PCTXIIIK, in ride a blrjclo Ot'1.:0o of the tiled: or J.4J feet ol Lot It! of, liltek II. pntri I".k'MMiiloii. .. and new hog-tight fence around, partof & Co. 8-tf
cement ,hlileualk I I with! limit on Klllln1HLn' ";. flil: ;porfronl f.etLot - -- -
j aervices of the! department and in one letter received by the Valley Gazette of klwtlmiiiva, KiorlcU person or |x>r,on. i 4 of Him'k II, Pet rick', A.I<111'1111. on Em- it. A Hiiap at $50 per acre. DownIng FOR SALE-Three residences. One in
<-nnIrte I I of >.lulMloii"Or"rl s ,tlnn ,linll lie inch trcot: |J11 pir front lootOn f Realty Company.. Eureka addition $600 in
ease the hose was not even unreeled gives one reason fln'*l In a HUJII cot to oxneotl $10 orby lmpron.mont 1.42 (.iel oll..ol -' ol Illoi I I. Patrick, Ad.dllloti ; one Lilly'saudition
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though all three turned Out In tht. < ainiM><>a<* Ht hard labor for tool on 111111011: Nlrmt 'ZI\: \ |MT from foot FOR SALE Good 7roomhouse $lr($!)i one In Ba.. addition .
companies more than than ten ila)'H, or I ly both sulh flaami ... I Lota 1. 2 mid .1.I of John on ii iii I I 1'relMlt', ubllvi - two-story 2500. Waters Carson Grocery
in response! to the alarm. If people I Dear Sir: ImprlHoumotit" (i I il.n of HliN. I, J. "fatrick H A.IIl".ion. on kmnutl on one of the main streets of Company 51-tf
&t-i.Uou 2. Ihnl all Ordluajicos-1>purtl < Htrvct *i.M\ pi'r from,Kit, the town lot 80x150.: several nice
would tate about five seconds to size This'mornink the sun shines bright; Ordinances in loiilllit ulth the proMMnuiTherein --On 121: "trot"I 1,01.HlwkH.. l>Hi4.,ka -
'I l sod Addition. on "Htvwart" Avinui. .. f s K) i,tir Irolil bearing; : brnngetroesnutbn1HtngsTetc. ; !; TWtr desirable resident *
things up instead of losing( their heads the large; window panes in store fronts contained. ho the same are herebyrej.'Nlel loot This ill one of the biggest bar- very lott in '

as soon as they get a smell of smoke are covered from top to bottom with ice PiiNed: 't hi,;o|>eu sennloii of (oliuclt thU 5tll I l day of March A. 1>. 1912. 01' lilo<. k I, I'alrlrk' Addition ou "m, < u are 16 bearing orange trees on
the of this would be saved 1-2 inch thick beautiful to be- Price $1,250 cash or $1,400 on terms. .
people 1-8 to
city W. II MAK1\>-ON. President. : uri A\ -j''elo'1; jM.r front fool these lots under good new fence, ,
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4 many useless attacks of nervous pros hold. It snowed again last night aboutone (SEAl.) Atteit J. H <.1I.BKK1: I Oil 1<> .). Lot b( (.f Jolilllon, .and Prevett.st4iilell'lIoii Downing Realty Co. 12-tf located close to the lake. $350 cash
Clerk City of KlMAlramccVpproturt of Hlockl I. 1'alrlck Addlllou ouHlttuiirt
tration.AnENDliRANDlODGE. inch. The earth has been covered llili "th t II. Cl: .AV 8T\NKOKI>. Mayor 40 fen. of Lot; I of Iliock. 17. Mouth FloridaRailroad & Co. 31-tf t
with snow and ice the past 9 weeks. 11..0 Coinpaii. hunoy. on bliuart Ave close to new canning factory easily t" ,
Most places the ground is frozen solid ------"---- ------- n uw. |2 Ml J p tr front (fool cleared and very productive. This Is PYRENE fire .
extinguisher for
Oil. 6. fet t of Lot 4 of BI'M'k I". South FloridaKallroad outside the city limits This gasoline J
two feet deep. Yours truly Notice for Bids Coiupttuy: survey. on Ruby Atenue just would make an ideal chicken ranch fires. Get one for your launch, auto ,
Notice for KM for Strcnt l'a\iiiK Nolan. to ff11.' ;pur front fool or garage and be safe. Sold by Geo.
E. A. Wilson. lie u Farther Resolved l that the Count shall and truck farm. Price $IUO( per acre,
Issued' Cilv of Klssimmcn Florida N.
Delegates to Pythian Gathering Go Franklin. Pa., March 5th. 1912. bell 1 lit bjr hereby given thst .In piirtuaure:: of I I me.. on the join day of March A. I> 1"''12. al. easy terms. Downing Realty Com Saunders agent. Kissimmee. 37 f
the adopted. l h the i of the : OP on' said day for the hearIng .
rtwolutlon > C<>nu<| i 'if.n, : ; I 'li'J: : 10-tf -
: to Tampa. --- City o* KtKHlmnt\! on Januan ,1m.( 9I.t.! : the all complalnw whlli orOWIIVIK pany.
Messrs. H. Clay Stanford W. J. Suburban Property For Sale. Twenty... Thousand (|!r.1.01O <101> ollars. SI l* floim interiMed In Hiifh Iraprovementu. may. TWO Beautiful. five-acre tracts about ,
.. .. ,ilexire. to make, KBiUMt the cooL ol iu,h iiuprov hard
Per < e it street Pavlnx I tuner. Orlando.
: Sears B. C. Miller J. M. Hansel 1 C. ; OlflcR lu the CUT Hall ac kiislmmAe Honda. road splendid neighbors.
Hudson Land-This tract contains 10 I Further that the Clerk: shall give h
: the :Jutb of
at 7'Hip: In. on wadnisda< ; day :
I*. Bandy and A. E. Donegan left on More h. A 1). 1 >12 i, legal notice of the completion of Maid work by .75 per acre. Downing Realty Com WANTED-The sweetest J
thing for ,
acres in Pinedale not far from the The; lime; couslptM of ( ) notes. ...rb'' I flu roHOlntlon. acoordlUK to law 10-tf out )
the early train Wednesday for Tampa Five (5) RuLhhhliiB: f, ; : pany. girl-Fuller Greeme '
Spawn Canning and Evaporating: Fruit dated! March 1st. I'II 1!. and each for the Hum of ) newnuaper; published lu said Cityof your Candy- 1
where they went to attend the Grand Five Thousand (.I.tlOO(0)) l>ollsrs. maturlnRrespectively KltiHlnimee about thousand of fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug 3
I 11,000 ACRES. eight
and located high Notice I. hereby given that. the Council ofthe
Vegetable Factory; on in one, two. throe ,four and flu Company.
Lodge of the Knights of Pythias. They "sr*. ',: < ity of KlaHlmmee will meet on the :JOtu which is fine prairie muck ready for 33-tf i
returned today. Messrs. Stanford, ground with good drainage; splendid y Interest said notes shall be duo and payable '' day of March. A. I>. 1'JIA at 7:'III' P. M., on uid the plow; no better trucking or gen- ---- --
dark soil with chocolate subsoil ou the first day of March and September (lay, for the purpose of bearing eoraplaluts FOR a hot cold '
closeto nice lunch
gray ; eral farming land in the South, or visit room .
Miller and I1an ell! attended as delegates which the owner orowners of the above
of each car, I
i :
this 10 acres is partly cleared. just a Said abler wIll not be sold for less than parA ncrlbod tote, or any .;ro.a:;! lulereMtndlu : railroad. Price $8.00 per acre. next to Postoffice. Lunches sent on
Mr. Sears as a member of the certified check for FUe Hundred Dollars, inch. ImprovemenM, may desire to make Downing Realty Company. 10-tf phone calls. Phone 154. 9-tf
Grand Lodge, and the other gentlemen nice place to locate splendid grove so l>a>sbl to the Treasurer of the City of Klimlmm agaiuat the coat of suoh :Improvement ,
school shall each bid The right: Uy order of the Council., this llth day of -ROOM-"The:
have free .
as to county high e accompany !
as visitors.; reserved. to rejei any and all blda March A. O. 1912.: 1 HAVE For sale anything in the way LUNCH place oranlce-S>
good: churches and modem conveniences Address all bids to Council of City of KIsplrament J. R. GIL-DEBT of Florida real estate that one could hot or cold lunch short order meal '
Mr. Sean is and will!
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grand prelate, UK Clerk of the City: ol Kl lromeDon't
Care: of K Gllber Clerk. Klsslramra
near at hand. Mr. Hudson will sacrifice Florid" J. wish and can assure you the best or oysters any style, visit the lunch
be advanced to grand vice chancellor on this piece of land if sold within (8KAI) J. R. QIL.BEKT terms and lowest prices. Downing room next to Postoffice. Phone orders }
at the present session. The delegates 11-31 Clerk nf City of Klsalmmee- Realty Company. 10-tf promptly delivered. Phone 164.
that of want
the next few days Will introduce target price a
went with a determination to bring the 9-tf U
buyer to thi owner of the land. Per- I ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheapest MARRY In haste and repent leisure
Grand Lodge to this city In 1913. They
fect title everything all right.i I investment you ever made. is an old saying. Buy land way off FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass
were especially anxious to do this, ai 5 Acre Tract of Land Inside the City from nowhere and you will be equally Market, No. 189. 19-tf
at that lodge Mr. Sears will be advanced .
sure to repent. Buy better land closeto -
to the office ot grand chancel- Limits.-All fenced hog tight, all in FARMSTo : a good town and for less money. WOOD: per strand $1.25: five strands '

Jor, and the local Pythians are very cultivation, small house, the finest A Spring Normal SchoolFOR You can do it It you will and if you _85.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf.

/ large flowing well in the town; this are wise you will\. do it. Downing
( anxious: to have this honor conferred in 10-tf MEET me at Kistimmee Drug Co. and
is convenient*' school all Realty Cowpany.
land to high
? ,jJMr. Sears' home town. The only other FLORIDA TEACHERSat we will get a drink of the best soda
the churches, and car* be had at a special water made.
: FOR Z. Bass .
E .y'clty1 asking for the Grand Lodge wai.PalaUca. SALE-By owner, W. ,
bargain if purchased within the 3 lots 0x133 making 150x133 3-
FOR dressed Rull
poultry, phone the
: next few days. We also liave 10 acres Rent room cottage, for $500, $225 cash and Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf

PlEASANTSOCIAL of land half a mile trom the-city limits, JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY $12 per month until paid for. If you -'- -.-

wish to see the property phone No. MUTTON fresh, fat and fine, at the
on hard marl road land is all fenced ,
--- March 27 to 28 1912 73, Kissimmee Fla. Property is Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf ':
hog tight all ip cultivation, good deep A FORTUNE IN RICE HAY May about one mile southwest from depot. - -- -- ,

Number of People Delightfully Entertained well 3 room house, stables and chicken Also have other houses and lots and ANYONE anywhere can start a mail \

house. This is a splendid proposition, Hay in Florida sells from 820.00 to four tracts of 40 acres each cheap order business at home. No canvassing \.;
at Chapter House. $38.00 ton. six miles ont. 2-tf Be own boss. Send
per your for free ::
the best in suburban farmto
bargain a
More than 21 tons of upland rice hay The books used are those ordered by booklet. Tells how. Heacock. A 2144.
Mr ., Ellis, Mrs. Pfann. and Miss be found in the Owner I .
country. can be raised per acre on Muck land State Superintendent Holloway. FOK SALE-8.750 acres timber lands Lockport.N.Y.

'Wilder were th. charming: hostesses at wants money, and will sacrifice. and also two crops per year. For the nine weeks free tuition will with five miles of lake. A first class -- .'

the Chapter House social on 'Tuesday Fleming Farm.-This fine little farm At the low price of $20.00 per ton on ,, be given, also free rooir rent and a reduced colony proposition. Also some of the BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream, best In \ ,i
100 would have the following rate for board for all who room best in this town. Kisslmtnee I-
acres orange
this we paying groves Drug Co. 31-tf \
j ,'night of week. A goodly ompany contains I 6) acres of land located inside estimate: in the Dormitory. Tuition will be part of the state farm lands and ,

;of local people and Kisslmtnee visitors the city limits, about half in cultivationand Si tons per acre, 2 crops per year, at I charged: for those not rooming in the I city property. C. Buckets. 2-tt AN intelligent person maV earn $100 \

< ,:'enjoyed, their ,hospitality to the full, fenced and cross fenced; chicken $20.00 per ton on 100 acres. would Dormitory. This special rate will apply i. monthly corresponding for newspa ,
: the amount to $10,000.00. to all who are preparing: to teach in No canvassing. Send for
;: evening most delightful. house and chicken six par-
: 'Iandtoted yards, splendid Flonda schools. Orthograpby.Read.. WE-Have listed some of the most desirable -

(11 An Interesting: program of music and room cottage all complete) and nice witha OFFER TO TENANTS ing, Geography, Arithmetic Composition .' property on the market. both ticulan.Lockport. N.Y.Press Syndicate: B 2U5.,. ,' .j'j'pen.

: ; /.readings occupied the greater' part of : porch in' front and one side, large I have hundreds of acres of Rich English Grammar, Physiology, city and county, which we offer at "' '

': j' tie evening, conversation! filling in theIntervals outbuilding for work shop,' good deep Muck land on transportation to be cut History, Agriculture, Physical Geography the lowest prices to be obtained. FOR RENT .: j
:. lIuD\berl up into farms suitable to tenants.I Civil Government Algebra and There is no padding of prices by us, .,
most'agr..ably well about citrus fruit several
; CO trees want reliable parties, who can Theory and Practice will all be taught every piece of property sold at exact '
w :of new: people':were present, as is the varieties of 'lfl'8pel. many beautiful furnish good reference, who have teams from the books ordered by State Super price placed on it by the owner. DWELLINGS for rent apply to !I.TIIFOR 1."

:t 'cue nearly :every week, 'these socials: ornamental flower and shrubbery in and are able to carry on farming, to intendent Holloway. Write us your requirements and we ler.

serving admirably to introduce the new I the,yard; a beautiful little home. Owner raise Rice-hay, Sugar-cane Sweet Potatoes Students may enter at any time. For will do our best to please you, by RENT-A modern 3-room fiat f
Cow Peas, Corn_or Oats. etc 1 nine weeks 39.00 coven the entire Uni. showing just the kind of property you with ,
'comer to the people of the city., says'"sell." Here is an opportunityto would agree to provide the land, fence, versity charge, Those who have first desire. H..M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf n"lctv conveniences., Apply to '1
The program' was .. follows i obtain a fine place, convenient and ditch It. furnish houses for a number of grade certificates will be permitted to !iB._ Harris Gazette office. tf_ )'

i _, :1"Iano'Du.t.; Miss Wilder and Miss,: desirable. Excellent soil, splendid cno- tenants. "- elect advanced studies in the College of FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit TO LET-At reduced rent, Outlaw's :
In the above case I would rent for a Liberal Arts. All the splendid resources grove with 250 bearing trees, billiard' .
;: Gravea; Reading,Master Bryan; Violin c'olate subsoil; several nice pine trees I room in "t. Cloud. P. O. f'
third of the crop. Call on or write of Stetson will be placed at the ser- five acres muck andv ten acres pine Box 138, St. Cloud. U-8t:
IJ Sol
( } Piano Solo., Mi.,' Ellh;,'Reading. poses. It will pay you to investigatethis. ISAAC HALL who wish to take advantage of this un- half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox DESK ROOM TO RENT-Large, light, ::,.

,; ::;,. -' .Miss Gaines; Vocal Solo,. ,Mr. Buzta; : NELSON REALTY CO. Lake House Kiasimmee, Fla. rivaled opportunity. house sand good barn' and welL The window, on Broadway. Address Box: ,;

1 .. ..*ding. Mr. KuykndalL : Send for booklet describing the Improved all under good fence 822. City. 9-tf (
., .
___ courses toPRESIDENT This property on the north side of _. ,.o4

; l. Card of Thanks. Notice. GET H. N. BRATTON to drive your LINCOLN HULLEY, East Lake, four miles from Narcoos- TO RENT-After May 1, 'furnished, }.

artesian wells. 43-tf 11-6t DeLand, Florida.THINK see, nine miles from Kissimmee. house 9 rooms, bath electric lights, ';\',";:-,

"We wish to express: our thanks to our' I wish to inform my friends cf Osce- ,. I Price $4.500, $2,500 cash, balance one hot and.cold water; Jllanoi etc; 6 or .
year. H. M. Breaker & Co. more boarders & I '
: ola county that I will not become a I summer.
neighbors and friends.for their tender I Address Box 143. iOU \

.' sympathy and' loving kindness during candidate tor the office of tax assessor BEAUTIFUL, lake front lot consistingof ,

.1the! illness. and' passing' away of our on account of my .age. But in the a half block, located in the best FOR RENT-II u8e, partly furnished l

; ." drar little baby." And especially do I future I may otTer myself tor the of. THIS.OVL neighborhood in the city. Will sell from April 1 to November 1, ,at a
.. : only to party who will improve it to very reasonable rent to*adults .only..
flee. I wish to thank all those that encouraged I
wish thank the ladle who of
: : ,;:to were correspond with surrounding prop D. B. Herring-ton. Mabbette street \
; '; much comfort to wife while the me to the race. Full and 3d door west of .
- .so my erty. particulars price to "ermuda Ve. lo-U
,> A cordial invitation! is extended to those _ I
.Jittle babe was, lingering between life 18-lt CHAS. A. SESSIONS.: interested party. H. M. Breaker

I and death at which Urns I could not be people who want to ave money buying & Co. 31-!? FOR beautiful.RENT-A large 9-roora house and, 1., share part of the grief. Will Play at Kissimmee Furniture Mattresses Beds FOR SALE-Five good I street, in spacIous North:; lilmmee. 'Pric.Main -4.!
paying orange
l : Jj B. SATTEBFIELD. groves and a 20-acre truck farm 3; $25 per month. Nelson Realty Co.; ;t'

"!>. I Paul Weaver wee In the'city over Sun- Tables Curtains Bed Linens acres irrigated with Skinner system. 12-W, .' ,
( ;, ; : Laymen's Meeting; day from Kissimmee and stated that : Alsocomplete sawmill, capacity 10,000 FOR RENT-A large house and five* ;l
$ Kissimmee was very anxious to play everything for the home. feet per day log carts, wagons and acre. of ground inside the cIty limits, ,1!
The Laymen's Meeting will be held five good mules. Will sell at bargain 1-
; about mile
ball with Sanford on March 27th, on one from the postofflce..
'at the Methodist church next Sunday, THEE prices. Investigate. C. Buckets Kis- Nelson Realty Co. is-tf -
date Kissimmee will have
which a big simmee, Fla.: 40-tf _
afternoon at S o'clock. carnival. Sanford has not put a FOR RENT-Earl

,";Men',and' Religion! Forward Move- team in the field yet but will send NEW FURNITURE STOREWE WE have just platted a block contain 20 acres of ground property 14 'miles, consistingof from ,j,

:. 'raMt.". Some young,ladles have kindly down a few celery growers to endeavor ing six of the moat desirable Lake the city limits; also 15 ac..in8Id..X t).:

':--:'contented .to furnish music., All men. to skin the cowboys.-Sanford Front Lots in this city located in the the city limits. Nelson Realty Co.',

: f ''ancf. boy. cordially invited. Herald: BUY FOR CASH WE SELL FOR CASH best resident section. Prices range ,12-tf 1<

'A. S. Nelson Chairman We can furnish your home eta price that will from $650 to $1,500 according to lo- S yNdlice

. _u cation. If you desire a home in the

/Announcement bar been'made of: th. Congratulations are being; extendedto astonish you. A cash store, that' why. very best portion of our'city, call and Notice Ie hereby .1..0 that the Re.-I.tntloO, .5

Mr. C. D. Carroll the of EVERYTHING NEW we will take pleasure in showing' bno1 k. of O.oeoIs eouftL will be Opeu at lflJ\_
!: D. of event
engagement of Mr H. Geiger. on these lots. H. M. Breaker & Co. omcelu Kiaslmmee Vlovkl front M.6$ ..
!his last week in Nashville 1111.1:. to April 12th .JJI12 bOth days .... .
:JCiasimmee. to Miss Sarah.J" Russell marriage 8-tf ..,:, ncosr*
Sundsys be\.Nn *he" hour 01 S and .
a. m. .
-. of Greenfield.' K.rJ-';thsf'ceremony" to T*>nn.- to Miss Ora L.. Hester. No Clayton! & Godwi-n 12 m. and 2p' and5p.m. : SAn ,
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NEW, Modern six room concrete bungalow the book. for the varionudiatyletuWill' -
Jb take place th. '20th InsU, Apooka, man In Kissimmee has more friends close to bsopes 18 eacb precinct for a' 11&4 two d&7.11
than has Mr. and th postofflce and business dun55 sack w..1. of bte Time
tI sldence of Miss Rm- Carroll. VaileyGaz.tte P4rIo! sian
JM l at the winter BUILDING section. Price $3.000 terms place wilt .
J DICKERSON on be e4wd* .11 ,
k' ,sell'a' uncle: and.aunt, Mr.:'and Mrs. C. joins.with them in wishing the half of purchase price if desired. H. 'loll. Ce.0. .' .' S r W.ssroj.11! /,
( '\ enperrtsor of Baslatratlo. 1 SS
: bride and groom a happy married life. M. Breaker & Co. 8-tf lI .,
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LMarch 15. 19 2: 1t ," ,iTHE,KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTL :J .


Kissimmee Library is : h" ,
rt; a

k"0" SALE
I' Valuable Public InstitutionStarted '
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'K,::'."..,, ment:by Society the Village it Has Improve, Become SEASONABLE-:' SALVATION ,The JBig: Sale of Land Now Going 'On with Great Rapidity"

,'', One'of the Educational Factors
Tribune Comments on Editorial in ,
{f. o f the City and .Worthy of aMore .

Rr I\,, Generous Support' by the the Valley Gazette. If you want !large:acreage, you, want. to see us. We have it. by the millions., ;

Public. Under the,heading, "Seasonable Salvation Jj _
.- ," the Tampa Tribune quotes the I, '
Who U there In this, or any other Valley Gazette editorial of last''week BELOW IS A FEW OF OFFERING BARGAIN

country prepared to even doubt the on "The" Winter Wickedness of Florida 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland, in a solid body on 10,000 acres in Sumter'County, near town of"Leesfiurff; \) ,, a

fact that education Is the foremost and remarks as follows: the railroad. This Is food, heavy, rich land well adapted to the rapidly> growing winter -and summer resort, 'on railroad, lands 4 1

t i safeguard to success. The Kissimmee Gazette utters a erovrinff.of.the highest grade of gardening products.\ Flowing adapted to growing 'of citrus fruits and ,gardening products '.' i. {

:f, A republic, to be successful, must thought which has often occurred to wells can be obtained. Price$1 1O per acre.' Lease on all except 2,000 acres of this tract This is an ex: }
.,I needs be composed of people whose 1 The Tribune, but which we have beentoo , cellent bargain. Price $5.00 per acre. . ,; '
I L. minds are trained"by education to a tender-hearted. to spring on the
, :" very high order of 'reasoning and intellect public. 36.000 acres, on F. E C. Rwy.- in practically a solid body,
( '
,< such as in this country, in The evangelists assert that they come free of leases. About 30 to 40 per.cent of this tract! is virgin ,' '
France and in Switzerland. Given inferior to Florida in winter because there are timber the balance good muck and prairie lands. Price $9.00per 9875 acres in Levy County, Florida. These lands are cute, w '
I f' over pine lands, with productive loam soil, and will grow all of ,
here work and
education the result la to be seen so many people upon acre. I .
t'f i'fl ; \ not because of any climatic preference. the Southern staple crops sudh as sea Island cotton corn, cane,, M
In South America and other centers
County etc, and in addition are suited for fruit growing and winter truck +
fact that
Under thia contention, the
-/ revolution and chaos. This same statement 50,000 acres, in Hamilton fairly well together, numerous farms In and '
farming There are good
the locality,
I If come to Florida In the winter and '
1,1 as applied to nations, may be they evidencethat 28,000 acres; tree -of leases now, 15.000 acres to be deliveredJan. (wherever trucking has been attempted, the results have been' ; 4 "' '
! ,''., applied, logically, to states, to counties, do not'come In the summer is 1st, 1912. These are good lands' well adapted to general very successful. This tract is of convenient size to handle for
':' to cities, to families, and finally, to In- they consider the tourists agricultural purposes such as cotton, corn, cane and potatoes.The subdivision purposes, and those interested In a proposition of
religious and not the resident 1
dividuals. awakening tract as a whole at $4.75 tier acre, or will 'sell in tracts of. this kind Price
.should investigate Immediately., $5.00
I Floridian. This, of course, is very per acre. ,
Is any one prepared to deny this-in from 5,000 acres up at $5.00 per acre. r
t'' the year A. D. 1912. gratifying to our home people-but, at .' .

: In this city we possess a most en- the same time, we cannot yield the con- 18.000 acres in Saint Johns County practically solid body, ";L
21,795 of virgin pine timbered lands in Polk County, I 'I
lighte ed population, whose public viction that the prevailing impression acres within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from F. E.; C.' 5r
.; works keep up visibly with the progressive 'i throughout the country of Florida in a solid body, near railroad estimated to cut 45 million feet of Rwy., bordering inland waterway;' ?,50 acres nevi free 'of.
1: climate has much to do with the pecu- pine, .65 crops of turpentine boxes and 15 million feet of cy-
spirit of the times; we possess leases, balance 3.00O acres annually beginning Jan. 1st 1912r i ,
i i liar manifestation of evangelistic zeal. press. Price $8.OO per acre in fee simple. 1
a magnificent school house an efficient until all is delivered. Price $8.00 per acre. ,

'\ corps of teachers, and an array of i -Tampa Tribune.
21.OOO acres in Wakulla County, practically solid body ; on :
, young people growing up our care. '
r It Is a great responsibility the greatest I STAY ON fARM the railroad, 25 miles south of Quincy, the famous tobacco town. 176O acres of cut over pine land in Orange: County, Florida, k .ti
t, five miles northwest of Orlando between the A. O. L. and Seaboard '"
of all responsibilities, the welfare and I 6.840.acres free of timber, 3,000 acres more to be delivered -
: ultimate of the each year beginning Jan. 1st, 1912 until entire tract is deliv- Air Line R. R. Splendid for citrus fruits and truck farrnJng. i

tion committer success. ones : Satisfied In Town. and two years. '
Price $4.25 per acre.
Last, and not the least we have a ..
the Kissimmee Library and, in I' wide in this i
library, The
practice is very
65,000 all virgin will cut 15O million feet pine and '
the eyes of many eminent men, a library country for the retiring farmer to move acres 2,200 acres cypress and phosphate, will cut 10 million feet: ;
8 million feet of cypress. Good soil adapted to citrus fruits and ot also vast quantities of hard wood, entire tract under-: ,
is apost-graduate course for students to town and turn the farm his cypress aq
trucking. Price $6.50 acre, 1-3 cash' balance one and two
per laid with phosphate. A great'bargain at $20,000 t
besides be- ; ,
who have,(lately graduated, son or rent it. A boy's decision to stay a +
ing the means of enabling everyone on the farm does not necessarily mean years. _____ -ft*r.",!]

young and old the serious and the gay that his parents must move. He should 1600 acres in Levy County, Florida. These are cut over 6345 acres in Osceola county, adjoining the corporate limits .j' '

to grasp and understand the thoughtsand rather encourage his father to build his pine lands aith productive soil and will grow all of the staple and; in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE. ?

aims of literature, with its wit and home on the choicest spot the farm of- as well as being suitable for fruit growing and winter truck .
crops .
its fun and its laughter and its tears. fers instead of in town. He can have farming. Price '$4.25 acre. Kissimmee is the county seat of Osceola county. Has a 4
a, The Kissimmee Library started over all the luxuries of the town, and more, per population of 4000. and is one of the most progressive towns in "

aJ C a year ago/ under the auspices of the ',too, in the country. Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga and on the.
"-- V: 1. S. assisted by private donations, Most men never lose their interest In 37OO acres choice land in DeSoto County. Mostly high- main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway and terminus M'

and through the kindness and public the "old place," and it goes hard with I class prairie, balance cut over pine land. C. H. & N. R. R. runs the Florida Midland Railway and the St. Cloud and SugarBJt. w,. ,,X;, '

spirit of Mr. C. A. Carson and Mr. N. I' them to leave. In nine cases out of through this property. First-class' colonization proposition. Price. Ry. Climate most equable winter and summer unsurpassed .' ,t ,."

B. Carson two rooms, overlooking ten they are dissatisfied with town af- $9.00 per acre. by any place on the globe. Purest and best artesian water obtained ' ;

Broadway in the State Bank building, j ter they have settled there. In town in this section in unlimited quantities at 76 to 250 Jeet.1';, a
were secured at a greatly reduced rent. there is little to interest the retired 14000 acres pine timbered land located in Orange County Healthiest town in the Umted States. Death rate less than 3tp / "-

, The V. I. S., ever ready to assist in a''1 farmer. He docs not care for the mu- Florida. This tract is being turpentined. A large portion of the the 1,000. Is in the center of the trucking Ind stry'of Florida ' f '''i;! "'

good cause, generously donated $50.00 i nicipal schools for street improvementor tract being high pine suitable for citrus fruit and truck farming. and, home of the orange, grapefruit, pecans, peaches and' '" I

.. and the further sum of $5.00 a month } other public work, and is,of no practical Price $10.00 per acre. fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on application. '>:,: ;, }

for At one present year. there are more than 500 the benefit home to he the or city exceptfor i We have orange groves, truck lands, city property-anything from a $100 lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell us your.require

V volumes in the Jibrary and in additionto On the other band a retired farmercan I I menU and we will fill them at prices that are attractive. :,'I; .

these there are 200 volumes left to be of benefit to a rural community.In .:>

the care and custody and for the use of most cases he has lived there all his

the library oy Dr. G. E. Walton, whichhe j i i life is a man of influence in the community j' H. M. BREAKER & COMPANY ,

la wishing to donate to the library'' and knows the country and its I ,

a. soon as it may be on a permanent+'I wants better than a younger man. His ICISSIMMEE: = =Over Osceola Pharmacy: -_FLORIDA; )

financial basis. These books, 700 in money is generally invested in farms. + 9!

.' '. number, are well protected! in new andy He would naturally, feel a deep interestin I ,

modern bookshelves and, comprise a good roads: movements farmers' institutes I ___ _ wI'
'1"" collection not to be equalled, In any city and numerous other things ___ '

)"," 1 i of this size In this country, north south, which mean rural Improvement. His I ". " I "",.', : 4
.' with the ,*** '
east or west. In connection fine country ,home would improve the "

library there Is a quiet reading room, appearance of his neighborhood. The Come to Something
most comfortably furnished, where the farm is the farmer's zone and he should Two Day Carnival

dailv paper and magazines are free to remtin on it rather than go to town DOINGKissimmee .

anyone to read there a room which to "rust out." Exchange.

would be attractive and an ornament to
any home in the city. SHIP your produce to (J. W. Judy & March 26 and 27 Every Minute,
citizens Co., Tampa Fla. Write them for ,
Certain other public spirited I stencil. 49-tf l
of this town have assisted in the pro-
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: ,gress of the library by cash donations - ,. -- -
, .. and gifts of furniture, showing their 'j
understanding of the inestimable value I :

n of such an institution in our town. The '

start lies been made, the progress has I r SPECIALIST KISSIMMEE ;

t'I;' .., been was expected excellent: but and with better a greater than effort ever I THE UNITED SECOND VISIT TO [ i ,I A ,

'. on the part of our fellow-citizens and
1',: lellow-workers a good cause Kissim CENTRAL HOTEL ' .MARCH / 'r.
'\ mee will soon possess a library more TUESDAY ,,1 19 ,
., worthy of Kissimmee, and a library ).

,"_ which will be the goal of ambition of .
The Chief Examining and Consulting Physic!< n of 'the staff of the United
towns ten times the size of Kissiramee. '
"Specialists was unable to sea more than one-half of those that called on him Specialists in Chronic and Pelvic 1 DiseasesOur
,"I' of needed ,
amount to give
"14 The money during his last visit here. At the urgent request of many he- has graciously
( you the right to read any of these 700 consented to return on the above date for this special visit. Consolation FREEand Physicians are experts in the diagnosis and treatment'of Stomach Bowel'and Liver ; ', a' ,

: volumes ia merely nominal, compared confidential. Are you suffering from any disease, weakness or disability Diseases!, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Piles, Diarrhoea, etc., cured in ,the.shortest possible 1
to the pleasure and benefit to be gained ? Why not consult an experienced, educated specialist, one who Is time without Use use of injurious drugs. i tar s't
k thoroughly equipped with all the necessary appliances known to modem med- .
such fine collection of books, for
from a ical science Throat Lung and nasal Diseases such as Catarrh., Bronchitis, Consumption, 'athma. ,
'" this collection has been compiled ,with Reference*-Beet Bapks: sad Leading Business Men in Tampa. successfully our own special methoda-of treatment ,

great care and contains no books which \ .
,. Heart Blood andT Skin Diseases such as Scrofula, Ulcers Eczema, etc. especially .
child : Pimples .
would be a detriment to any or , , ,,
cases that have baffled the skill o other physicians., .a *, -- -- q
grownup person. I !
4ft la desired that every one will come Brain, Spinal ana Nerve Diseases such" as Paralysis. Loc motor'Atsjda,"Epnepe '.'Fits i k '

Sfi."* and see the library so that they may I Neuralgia treated lca, Headache Sleeplessness method. Dizziness, Brain' and : NervousEjthaustlon. : successfully
by our original a
..t1 judge for themselves of the calibre and +
,'standard worth of these books, relying \ Rupture and' Yarlcocele permanently cured without the ass, of knife. three or suspensory. .

not all| upon h. rsay. The library ii I .Be, sure and consult us before taking treatmen",- ',' ,Yr! f ,.y,

t ,,confident that it can offer,full value for; Kidney and Bladder Diseases Bright'. Disease,' Diabetes; Inflammation of,the Bladder;.. u N'-t- '.
(he subscription required to belong to ., Enlarged Prostate Feeble and Dribbling urination. It costa no more to, employ an expert .thai -,
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.. I': it and the public can be assured that to. risk your life with an inexperienced physician : '. ;,

. Itsjvlshea will be looked after in_the ..... .P ti Stricture and all forms of disease of the urethra and prostate gland cured,by. our Medical.. s4
Ii! f. ',. most prompt and courteous" manner Bougie, a method- of treatment without. pain or detention, from business. ., + r',

.:... The library as an institution feels Syphilis) or Blood Poison cured without the use of injurious drag where others f&'B" : -
't'- ; that it is an Infant no longer but every 7
' Our cure Rheumatism. is the most successful known. y r
needs .encouragement
., growing concern '
to: ' 'the necessary, encouragement Young and Middle Aged Men who suffer from the effect of youthful Indiscretions. and F aye
: and given average
. : > '
Nervous Debility may call with confidence '" ; s
: it is prepared to add to ,r
the latest books on fiction, Diseases of Women. we have found the gre' care known i"I
: collection
a'j its for diseases of the sex. Painful Menstruation, Sterility, Barrenness, Lucorrhoea: Purities. Ovarian } i }
: wart, travel and science, which will be i and Fibroid Tun ors in tne early stages, etc., positively cured by our method. Our treatment F
ri / '. ", "at the disposal of this town and, W1thf.oI'I' : is perfectly harmless and easily applied. No humiliating exposure on'examination.? '''Try. +
;;:: .' out which, any town, in these quickly it and you will exclaim with hundreds of others: "Oh,.I feel like a different woman,." 1

1 % ._..:.:, moving times, will be sadly the loser. - { t4 f

. The spirit of co-operation is In the ..i Not' eces8 ry to attend sanitariums, hospitals! 'or health. ;.resortsrour'.medicine. ; : -
.,'" air the world over and there Is nothing
'i,, more dignified than co-operation in the and treatment can be taken and applied at home. Every person applying for medical >,

:: .. cause of education. treatment to our visiting physician or at the home office should bring from one to four 1'' '

.s.;+ Bishop floss, the most eloquent man UNITED SPECIALISTS ounces of urine, which will receive careful chemical and microscopical x .Jttina. 1on..

: speaker in Methodist church. South Street Tampa Florida Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential. No names published. '
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':The Kissimmee; Valley ... Gazette WANT COOPERATION : I "":'

I ,:W.: B. HARRIS >.' .. Editor and Proprietor Many Business-Men, Whose Aid .is ""11: ,

J.: D. KUYKENDALL . Associate Editor. Greatly Needed, Refuse to Join : ''

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In the Good,Work of the. article i
C f... ', '. : OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING .Board of;Trade gives! ; ( d

I .',\}; ",t ". KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY.,..JFLORIDA........... '. 1r Trade ,; 1
; Mr, J, ii"i: Willson. Jr.., chairman of

r ':<'7"' SUBSCRIPTION 'RATES: 1 the membership/ committee which has This lines

1 One copy, one year'\'' . ,:$1.50 been working- in the interest of the of .

) One copy *ix month .o '. .75 Board of -"trade during. the past few
On copy, three month. .. ', .40 days, reported at the meeting; Monday ))
night that he had not received reports
like we :
All communications, except from our. authorized correspondents, must besigned from all the committeemen,but that he the old : .

I.. !' 'by the writer. was enabled to report the securing of i '"
idea ot
66 names. The"work of the canvass ,:iJ
: J Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. for members will continue and it is the "me ; :: ,1

/ ,}I : .Entered,, at the-J'ostoffice in Kisslmmee, Fla.'. second-class. mail. matter. opinion'"liye wire1'' that members upward of can two be hundred secured we le in { i ; 1 >"t/'.;

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by the Board. -- "
t IMa-rcla.: :15. :3.O12: it even
Pr'a.y.. Mr. Wlllson, in making his report ;

1 i. stated that he had been, greatly surprised We : I
... It .. the open'season for Florida vege- WE'RE FLYING HIGH. to find leading business men, ped
,tables.-Atlanta Journal. \ who receive the most direct benefit of .

And Kisslmmee la the place where of the wish :
Kissimmee' is gettinareal flignty and the growth and development
"the. best flock are found. city, unwilling not only to be associated have a
is now reaching out for an aeroplane siastic

,' p crowing> over having factory. She also proposes holding a I as members but to add a dollar to the here if '

; l furnished< the 'hickory runners forAmundson's grand general: prosperity celebration funda of the Board'of Trade.he stated The, have a ; : :: ; i-J'...:,1
same condition prevailed, : :
sleigh. We admit that some time this month.-Orlando Sen would

"the gumbo village has it on ua a little, tinel.) I with reference to some county and city an "'
who have been enjoying office
but stilt, we have a couple of folks here I officers, bers CELERY ,1
and emolument from the public, and
who know Amundson, and that oughtto A COWLESS TOWN.We would.
who refuse to have any part in helpingto ,j

help acme i carry on the work of the only or- I Are Shipped
hereby notify Lakeland and
__ The temperature at the South Pole, every I ganization in the city which 11,1, actively : 1
other city which has jeered at Kissim
according to Explorer Amundsen, was engaged in the task of bringing new .
me8-RI a pastoral village where the I
only 9| degrees below zero. It will people and new industries to Kissimmee night. from the Ault
cows roamed the streets at will, that 'I large
doubtlesa become an attractive winter
this city is to be no longer sneezed at : 1 bunches of
in all
resort for folks In the North and West I Mr. Willson, and several other memo .
on this account, as by the hearty actionof carload
shown a
l of the United States, judging from the bers of the Board, declared themselves
'-----reports which have been received from the City Council_the ordinance i removing : unable understand how a man couldbe i :year [ 'netted---M*.--*
cows from the streets has been
those section this winter. willing to accept for himself the re- : this dollars.
adopted. The people of Kissimmeewith '
sults of the work of other people, with- i very rapid*
',The Kisaimmee Valley Gazette wonders I one accord, are determined to the '
willing to aid at all in carry- i Gardens,
why so many evangelists and out being ,
make this the cleanest, handsomest,
preacher. from the North think Florida I ing on that work. It is a question that : this week.
most and altogether attractive
progressive -
is.i ao wicked In the winter time that is exceedingly puzzling to those who I any more
J they hav to come down here to help to city in the State of Florida and vitally interested in the welfare of I I shipped by
'x we are of the opinion that while we : are '
conalder I I the city. That the Kissimmee Board to convention'i 1 now-as
have not been at it a great while we
simply after a foretaste of future joys of Trade has been able to accomplish secure '; for the ship-
are making a showing unequalled in
when they come here.-Pen.sacola Jour- the marvelous results that it has for vance j
t i nal. even this remarkable state.. In fact of the
the city is a matter of surprise when it cabbage are
That being the case we can understand we hereby challenge any other Florida is known that a large proportion of the In I 1: the Aultman
% why Kissimmee has swarmed city of equal size, to show as fine an towns
business population of the city is never cabbage
1.. with them this winter. array of those public and private po- I and !
a seen at the meetings, and.never allow i i will be
sessions that help to make a city de-
; their names on the roll of membership.Great | a splendid crop.

... GETTING PAYROLLS. sirable. - -. credit is certainly due the few AR [ rl 1 and kitchen
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'-f Cl>"----' who are faithfully facing the problemsof :' ; are a standing
The question of securing some additional ANNUAL MEETING
the city. They ought not to be required fact that vege-
factories for this city is receiving
alane. The : of other
----4 to carry the burden I any
of the Board of Tradeat
the consideration
I Board of Trade in its work for Kissimmee f, United States ,
the present time, and is a matter Presbyterian Church Hears Good !
needs not only the financial sup- | here.
," that 1* of vital Importance to every Reelects Rev. .,
Report. SnyderAt port, but the business advise, and the ,
,".' citizen of Kissimmee. It i Is an unquestioned J. B. ; -
enthusiastic personal support of every
the annual congregational meet .
fact that pay-rolls
are esential Bart
,. to the prosperity of the average ing of the Presbyterian church, held citizen. The money asked is small ; I -- -

last Rev. S. S. the only 50 cents a month, and even more ,
q city. Practically all the large residence Sunday, Snyder dale, ; I II
; cities are near manufacturing centers. well-beloved minister of the church, important than money is the personality kina : I
of the of Kissimmee who are I
reelected. The largely -
was meeting was
i1: There are occasionally found prosper- I.
,oils.towns in the midst of thickly settled attended by the members of this doing things in their own business. spent
I The interest of every citizen is to a
rapidly growing congregation.Rev.
agricultural sections, but they lands
R. W. Edwards, of Jacksonville certain extent the interest of every
_; rarely attain any great size without see by
> other citizen. The city can only per-
factories. Kissimmea i II bound to bet state evangelist of the Presbyterianchurch
; acted moderator the' manently grow as the people of the city
; come a city noted-for Its fine'homes.. : as at are
.r-" \::,tx.:i Climate and location will inevitably meeting', He also preached at the recognize this fact and are willing; to but ., \:
give the weight of their assistance to
y + her many who have retired.and morning and' night services of the tract i -
the movements that look to the general
.want'/ a pleasant spot in which to spend church, delivering sermons of unusual .
1" is endeavoring
power, I good. The.Board of Trade
their day. But Khsimmee must be entire
to foster those things that will
more than a residence city. It must The various reports received from the other
T make the whole city and
get factories, and the time to go after pastor, treasurer and other officials prosperous was. I
that will make citizen I
v showed of in thereby every
them i* bow. We should have a pack- a year splendid progress find it.
; line. The finances of the local J prosperous. The organization needs
,ing house, a tannery, a shoe factory, every
$ and other factories incidental to our organization and the benevolences of : the hearty support of every man In i :

big cattle business. We should have a the church were all kept up ana a splendid Kissimmee. Progress will be appre-

l' fertilizer plant. We should have a increase in membership' during the I ciably retarded by every man who refuses I I '
to take hold with the Board in itllarae
brick plant. W* should have a machine year was noted. The church has a well I .t(
work. Remember that when a
shop.' All of.these things can be located ana valuable property, which '

secured if we ga after them right, be. is in the best possible condition. In representative of the membership com- I II

i ,cause' the conditions here are such as to tact alJ reports showed the church to be mittee approaches you he is not asking take, I

; iJ, mait.the.. Industrie* almost certainly splendidly organized, aggressive: spiritually charity. He is asking you to help the ,
. Board of Trade back into I
I N , prosperous.: strong;, and earnest in all good put money
pockets during all the coming I I
A plan wa proposed at the last meetIng work. your r'
Other officers of the church were years, and he wants not only your financial ;
.e, i r* Board of{ Trade for raising I
elected as follow: support, but enthusiastic
'an Investment fund in'" thi* city.. Th your per
t& plan has bad much '''favorable comment Elder: Judge G. F. Parker, A. S. sonal support. ing I ?
Nelson, Dr ,C7 L. Hyatt.
and will be discussed: at the next meeting Contractor T. W. Ellis is rushing the
Deacon: J. H. Reed, C. W. ,- Campbell t
i.4 '" of the Board. This meeting should work on the second-story addition to
f; be attended by, every man in the city .Dr. C, L, Hyatt.Trustees C. W. Dann'a building on Broadway.
4 who bas any interest here. Right now : Judge G. F. Parker,*A. S. This addition will be modern in every '.
' i* the right '.time to give this matter Nelson, Dr. C. L. Hyatt.' particular, and will add much to the .

Itw. 'j1' aAlfi9lu$ consideration. .and action.- Treasurer: J. H.,Reed. appearance of our principal street. state J
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f: ';: 'More than' Fifty-Thousand Dollars is sent from this section each year for Life Insurance. "' .! )h hMU

Think .of 'the great'' benefit this money would do for this section if kept at home.. ::

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:/* Citizens' Bank of Kissimm is an old line legal reserve Life Insurance Company, owned and controlled by

\ hundreds. of Bankers scattered throughout this. country, including Bankers at Kisl.THIS .

IS TO CERT.IFY'that this Bank has .
a con-
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,, simmee. It was organized for the specific of keeping the ,
with' the American Bankers Insurance purpose money at home.
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f \' Comp&nYtofC@caiwhertibY t It( Is agreed that alf' .- - It offers the best protection-at the lowest rates, and is. tote only Life Insurance. Co.

it receives .for Life Insurance in Osceola
: that invests its money at home.
T County are deposited in this Bank, and the same are- ,

: to, be lent out in this County. When desiring Insurance see its representative at the Citizens Bank of
- ARTHUR E. DoHEOArt, .President '
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, The Klsslmmee:Yalleu Gazette Mr., B. ,P. Mikesell, 'of BoWen's Htn-,S. C.Acre WM. in the city on ,

Ranch, was in the city yesterday business this week
Dolly MadisoVHJgh: Shoes for Ladies Pr. H. E. Cole made business tripto

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY only' Lakeland this week. .

w. B.-HARP.- ._. Notice members of the V. L, S, Mr" M. D. ''Trndlll; ,:of Narcoossee, Lake Gem' Villa: 4

Come to the meeting Tuesday. Mar. 19, was in Klsslmmeo Saturday..
at 3 o'clock.
-.-ww.enwaaWeather'Report \ Mr..W. B. Crawford made a business -

C. Buckets, over Katz' store, has trip to'th. East Coast this week ,
had fifty-one years experience in Flor-
ida, and knows what kind of-property Don't tail to read announcement of
people want. If you have any to sell, Citizens bank{ ,across bottom Of Page_6. When,you buy home here you can be sure" that no one.

Following are the dally: temperatures see him; it will pay you 60tf, Mr. Jack WIIieon, who.has been ill in Florida has more' attractive location. '

and, precipitation as Mr.: T. L. Harney, proprietor of the I. his '
with typhoid, at Orlando, visiting '
reported by the Government Orange Center Supply House, spent relatives m this city. When you plant a grove, under, the direction. of ourHorticulturist. -'

1 station at Kissimmee for the Wednesday transacting business In this you are sure of getting' the best that can be -
week ending Mar. 14, 1912. city. Mr. a C. Williams, of Palatka, has
been appointed day; operator at the A. produced.----- i ,
Thn' DeKoven Male Quartet at the .
C. L. station in this city. '
school auditorium next Wednesday There is no guessing Lake Gem Villa. The 'facts are
Friday . . . .. 82 57 .
night The beat lyceum number yet.S. Table board wanted by young gentleman #
Saturday. . .. 81 62 . ; plain. S
letter to
close In. Address by
Sunday.. . . . 76 50 . S. Griffin, of. Orlando, and Dr. "Jimmie", care the Gazette. It, l ,

Monday. . . . '78 48 . Jaudon of Miami, came down by auto d
Tuesday... .. 78 66 21 from Orlando and.spent Wedneadaylnthe Dr. C. L. Hyatt is reported to be n '

Wednesday . 81 57 . . city. .. much, Improved, and strong hopes for \

Thursday . 84 '65I . Postmaster Vans Agnew reports that his recovery are now held out' by,his .

L the necessary' supplies have been re- physicians.Mr. Lake Gem LandCottlpamy'1

- ceived'for the establishment of a pos- C, W. Griffin spent Wednesday

tal savings bank at this office night at Pinecastle at the bedside of '
his uncle, Mr. Isaac Aten, who is reported J. E. MATTOCKS Pres.. & Manager //1
The DeKovens, who will be at the y
I I THE LOCAL flELD. | school auditorium next Wednesday critically ill. KISSIMMEE 'FLA. '

$ night, are the best male. quartet on the _Mr. and Mrs. DeGroot left for -I I b
$ lyceum platform. home in Ohio last Monday after enjoyIng I

1KNNNNKKK'KK$ | several weeks of our balmy climate.They '.
Mrs. Johnston and Miss Twitchell
expect to be with us ,again next 1 1aea80n.
will be the hostesses at the Chapter
Nice line of Klaxons, the 20c kind at House social next Tuesday. An enjoy- I,,

15c, at A. S. Gilbert's. It able evening is assured all who attend. Mr. D. L. Morrison came down from .. -- ------ -- I ' w,,

Sheriff C. F. Prevatt and wife spent Jacksonville Wednesday evening, and l', ." ,
Mr. G. P. Garrett, who is studying
one day last week taking in the sightsof returned home on the midnight train < luWEFITFACES 1 J:
law at the state university, is makingan ..
Tampa. accompanied by Mrs. Morrison, who "
for He
enviable record efficiency.
has been the guest of Mrs. Paxton for .
Those new Cluett soft shirts with passed his first examination recently. .v : .
soft detached collars at Katz'. 11-tf making an average of 96.Meaere several days.

E. formerly of Orlando, Mrs. Hi C. Paxton has had as her
Swabey Hunter R. W. Mei .
__.. ,Harry '
several daysheraunt
- guests forthepast - - ---- -- -- -
rioworKt* !lmmee-waIr1n-'town' aand Wayne "Ward :
klejon, J. D. lievan, (
Citizen. Mrs. Chas. W. Griswold, of Guth- fe f---
Sunday.Orlando made to Alligator Bluffs and the
Nice line of Ladies' and Children'aOxforde Hunter a trip Land Co.'s camps last week in rie, Okla.. Mrs. 1>. L. Morrison, of as well at the sight with our glasses. Make them 4 4to
Jacksonville, and Miss Gladys Fogarty, 0(
J3, at S.white Gilbert's., tin and kid, $1.25 It to Mr. Melklejon's launch. of Guthrie Okla. 8 harmonize with the features, aa well as to aid, .:''f, i : 4'7
Mr. J. D. Bevan, of Calgary Alberta Winder- the eyes. The result is that instead of glasses detracting '
Mr. Frederick B. Lynch, of the St. Canada, is visiting his friend. Mr. Dr. J. H. Johnson, of the :

Paul office of the Southern Colonization R. W. Meiklejon, on Paradise Island. mere Improvement Co., is spending today / / from your appearance, they will actually +i

Company, was in the city this week. Mr. Bevan is largely engaged: in the transacting business in Kissimmee. I improve it if you get them here. Come and secure It
Windermere is one uf the most beauti- ?
The largest and prettiest line of breeding of thoroughbred horses and ful spots in Florida, and the doctor is a pair that will enable you to see well and to loolcI I
Men's Shirts ever shown in Kissimmee has a large stock farm in Canada. 74'
at Katz' H-tf enthusiastic over that section. well too. ,
the candidates who were in :
Among ia due the
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. R.'Yates? A great deal of credit
the this week were Hon. L. C.
at their home in Winter Park, Fla., on city carpenters' union in this city for contributing ;
Massey, of Orlando, candidate for reelection -
Thursday, ,March 7, tWins-a son and a i work on the hangar at the
to the senate; Col. Geo. C. aviation school to the amount of about : '

daughter. Martin, of Brooksville, candidate for have shown a loyalty to t :
$75. They r
Jeweler andOptometrist .
I Smoke "Boone's Straight" and 'I congress; and Col.\ J. Hamp Jones, can- their town'which might well be imitated C A COLE :
Made I
I Kissimmee."Osceola. None better. 10-tf in'i didate for state treasurer.S. by some of the business men.

S. Buzza & Son, the cement walk :
Mr J. S. Floyd, of the Title Guaranty Mr. L. J. Lester, past grand masterof
builders, are being kept busy the.edays :
Arcadia the Odd Fellows, together
I office in this city, was in .
I several days this week, on business for- extending the sidewalks on Broad degree team of the Orlando lodge, arrived :
out to the curb. Kissimmee's business
way to institute a
the company.Go in city Friday .
men are determined that nothing The be-
lodge here. proceedings were t
to A. S. Gilbert's for anything in shall be left undone that will enhance' __ r ,\
this afternoon, and will continue
drj'goods, notions and shoes-the store gun
I and comfort of Broadway.
that can save you money. It beauty tonight, concluding wish\ a banquet. ,

On account of the rain Tuesday, Mar. R. O. Meek;, has purchased the Fort The advertising committee of the "

" :_ .oJ:??, the meeting of the V. J. S. was Meade Leader, and the last issue of Board of Trade has purchased the remaining I rtjH

postponed; ,until Tuesday, Mar. 19. that.creditable weekly contains a statement copies of the illustrated maga

,. Members please remember. from the new owner, outliningthe zine edition of the yalley Gazette, and .
policies he' intends carrying out. desiring them'to send to friends'
Hon. B. Beacham, candidate for congress parties
. and Editor Josiah Ferris, of the Ernest B. Simmons will continue 'to at a distance can secure them free by ;

l Orlando ,Sentinel, were in the' city edit the paper with the aid of the new calling at this office. Parties 'away

.' Tuesday and called at the Gazette of proprietor., -Pensacola t I.Journal. from Kissimmee can secure copies by' Is the TitlellIs !

fice. ,The athletic meet to select four representatives writing the,Secretary of the Board of
Trade and enclosing 4 cents for postage.;
. Any work done at the Cash of the local high school to ; ,
' Store
1 Jewelry Shop, next door to 1 attend the interscholastic meet at Rol- The next number on the Lyceum

I I if fully guaranteed. P. G. White. lins college will be held next Tuesday course will be given next Wednesday '

"| Miss Elizabeth Donegan and Mrs. B. afternoon at 2 o'clock. This is the first March 20, at the school\ auditorium. It the main question and should always be answered "' A

;;-1 C. Miller went down to represent the meet of this kind to be held here, and will be one of the best numbers yet t

" Kissimmee band of Pythian Sisters at both the students and the patrons of given, the DeKoven Male Quartet, by a disinterested authority. The I

the, meeting of the Grand Lodge, which the school are taking a great Interest which is recognized as being without a (,1Tltle

convened in Tampa this week. in it. peer. They sing a large number of the :-:

old in a thoroughly artistic man- Co. ': t
and "Osceola. songs: Guaranty : "
"Boone' unaccountable ,:
By one of typographical ,
afford to miss this
solicited. No one can
trade ner.
Best J 6) cent cigar / '''1,,' '\ 't.
lOotf errors which occasionally slip treat "\ 1 ,<' -" \ ,0(
Mr. C. D. Judson, president and manager into the best regulated papers, a card c 1, \"' \0, :,/V!"
of the Title Guaranty Company was published in the Valley Gazette One of the most exciting events, of will search"and' examine the title to the land which" -. \, '- '' y.r

of Jacksonville, visited the local office, last week announcing the candidacy for the past week was the visit to our'fair > p''" "\, ;' ,

of which Mr- Lewis O'Bryan- manager the office of tax assessor of William I. city of two bears, whose sundry 'antics you ,are about to purchase, in OaceolaCounty'oralse= '.. 'I., '. "
"Rasho.." It Is almost needless to say created a lot of amusement Several '
on Monday.If where in Florida and if found to be good will Guarantee .' ,.
that the name should have been William cows of the city were inclined to dispute .i ,ie '" ,
choice, and you are particular, I. Barber. the right of the visitors} to occupy '.'x' ; i' i
lost of liens ,
phone 186 for accuracy and dispatch. but the bears reminded you against by, reason, ,mortgages. ;' ,, J
the i.t
Will call and make estimates from your : streets!
own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer S. B. Aultman, one of the leading them of the ordinance passed at the unpaid taxes and adverse claims.- ,,; i-! ,

and Interior Decorator. Box 139. b-tf, citizens of Kissimmee, was In the city last meeting of the council and the, ," :,, <
Ills / "" .
. .' I Mr. Aultman says that fled. our business to, protect our clients 'and patrons ;
Misa Elizabeth Johnston, who baa; yesterday. cows ignominiously .. 4'
weeks with Kissimmee ia enjoying the greatest against Jnvestments in imperfect titles., We accomplish ,
been spending the past : boom in the history of the state. New The Friday club waa very pleasantly w' ,
relatives and friends in the Manatee entertained last week at the home of
people from all sections of the globe this by a thorough'seatrcb10f; the, records'and :<,
section, returned home Monday at noon Miss Mary Gaines: The evening passed \
and is again at her post of deputy clerk : have visited that section this winter have very enjoyably, with a variety of the issue of our TITLE POLICY''or Guaranteed'Certificate ': t'
deals F
and many important realty I '. '
of the circuit court. I been consummated.-Tamp ,,Tribune. "stunts." Dainty refreshments were of Title. ,' % ;* .' .T '
desire to' aerved by the hostess. Those present ;
If you have property you '
sell, see C. Buckela, over .Katz'a store. I' Those who provided you last year were Misses Eloise Moon, Mae Roberta, 'II'> -- .1, v .
He has had fifty-one ;years experience: : such excellent: : entertainment in. the Ruby EUIs, Marie Huddleston.; Marietta Tie idle Cnarsntee Compuy does a General Abstract 'Easiness tkroitkoat.tbo State of Florida ', r '.

in Florida, and knows a what the eo'aMr. people I I "Spinster's Return" will\ shortly appear Pf ann, Rachel Leake, Louise Thorn- Abstract to City sad County Property made and delivered ei short, aotko .,
wan in another very amusing little seen, and Mary Gaines; Messrs.. Ince, r : ;! >lA

W. B. Hilton, who for some 'Comedy, "Hunkers Corner" Exact Roberts, Miller and KnykendalL ,yt
k' months past has been connected with will be
date: of the performance The St. Cloud Tribune of the.7th.peaks .
Insurance work in (Kissimmee, Is now later. We hope all triends of the
located in Palatka, where he is continuing "Spinsters" will be present,. and all very pleasantly of a Wuhinarton' -
entertamment held by
his work. His many; friend. hope others who wish to spend an enjoyable Birthday
the primary, grade of.the public school
tor him abundant evening. CO.
In dies Wonder City.. The room was

". For sale plant.: .Fine Also well R. C.rooted Rhode Loganberry Island' By inadvertence the following offices prettily decorated, and a most attractive i4

hen. J. E. Whitman, yellow nous>>* were omitted from the list in the official .' program was given,by the little

: beyond saw mill. 9-4t-pd call for the primaries, published in folks. This class M taught by Miss "

who has been confined I another column: Five candidates for Lily Dale, of this city, who has fifty- Capital Stock $100O O' oj( -= ? 4 /
4 T, M. Taylor, County Commissioner, one commissioner six children under her care. ,. .
'rtyk week with an
to his home for the past
able to from each of the five districts; three Mr. and Mrs. -ArvHsmilton., of T- a
; abscess of the head, is again CARROLL D. JUDSON President EDWARD A, HASH, Secretory .\
members of the Boardof
,,: be at his business. Mr. Taylor expects candidates for ronto, Canada, are guests of Mr. and -
.';' to go to Lakeland this week to consult Public Instruction, one member from Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon at their beauti- V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer TOOMER &REYNOLDS, GeL Couuel ; :'
I' each of the' three school districts. ful bungalow home on Paradise Island. f 'yet rT
: a specialist.The
fi. new bread food,'Sweet Potato' We are pleased to.note. that Mr. J. Mrs. Hamilton la a sister of Mrs.. Mel- . i! yY'x'

, Flour. Send. lOc in stamps for trial W. BarnhiU and family have definitely' klejon, and her husband was formerly; __ ___,___ Home.Officei Bisbee Building.. :Jacksonville.",,--- L ;- -,..... .
'-""" F ,-KiisimmeeA ,- riii tKefr pennanentliome Toed-con hiIsaloneraf'the'Canadian Pacific :- '
-I: package. ;A. : Spawn decided to e r
:" ll-tl in Kissimmee. Looking to this end, railroad, and has large business Branch Offices Kissimmee, Fla. 'r ? ,

.t from Prof. R. interests in Canada. He is an enthusiastic -
A most alarming alarm of Are broughtout Mr. Barnhill purchased . r1
week the vacant lot nextto fruit grower, and therefore findsa .
the whole fire department on Mon- M. Evans this .. ,',;
day soon after 11 o'clock. A shingleon his residence and will erect thereona great many things of puraonallnt.. Manager n'mee' Branch"
We to LEWIS -
him here.
the roof of the old warehouse at handsome bungalow as soon as be can eat to are pleased .
\ Mr. Hamilton is contemplating I ,,, "'
the railroad on Darlington avenue had make his pans and get his materiaL learn "

caught fire. 'The ,shingle was entirely Klssimmee/ is to be congratulated, uJODthe'acquilition building a winter home on the
of this splendid family. Island. '.
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't 1':; i k"tl-: BEAUTIFUL JOHNSTON PARK 'County CommissionersKissimmee Jesus Human Was Soul Poet of .

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dt 'f Fla..+ Mar. 4, 1912. By Rev. J. EDWARD ,
__ Governed by the principle of offering an.ideal and 'desirable The Board of County CommissionersIn frt ol Ptr-.Mk CoatrrothMulCliwek.

.' )i'It home-tit with all the advantages of the city life, fine schools, and for the county of Osceola, State DM M.I.., law " .

s f 11j, : beautiful churches, this favored'spot, high, dry and level, of'Florida, met in regular cession on t ,

I I .' commanding a superb' view of beautiful Lake Tphopekaliga. the above date,,there being present E. Robert Browning has ,

;i ..., Endowed as it la by nature with beautiful location and'invigorating L. Lesley, chairman; E. L. D. Over- been called the poet of the soul. !l

I .')t. ., air. street, O. It. Bass, A. F, Baas and W. has bee said of him because ate her '

S. Pesrce, commissioners; W. B. Crawford analyzes, sees deeply iWs ram
for the Board and R. O. loves romantically and I am go- :
.An Home attorney .
I Ideal Location for a Johnston, clerk. '. wisely; but I am sure that J ,
Christ Is a greater poet of the
Minutes of last meeting were read days,' I am
: soul. I say poet, because there'
J Size of 'all Lots 50x150 Feet and approved.A distinct literary charm an on all \
'a',4, petition for opening up a road, be- tual height, an imaginative of the

r ginning where the section line dividing wise Insight Into the soul of .

CORNER LOTS -S150 INSIDE 'LOTS $125 Sections 3 and 4 intersects public road,' this message which he Is I 1 more for'

: and run then north about threequarters He knew men. and that for
\.. -- ---.. of a mile to north boundary line from one Of the sacred writers
1 DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE. SEE JOHNSTON PARK township 82, range: 34 east, then take great deal of meaning In it. He ; you came to !,1

t ,s4 BEFORE YOU BUY. SECURE A HOME IN. THIS section line dividing sections 32 and 33, God may more have lacked Intensely education.than others.He : .4' I
r IS TOO LATE township 31, and run thence north 80
I have associated with the ,
I chains to where this !line intersects with I in the way
y 1", Jerusalem and Imbibed their
, '4, I the Alger an.d Whittier road and work but no one ever emphasized the lowest
'; said Alger and Whittter road to Whittier I deeply felt more Intensely I three or

t' 1 ,if J. D. CLARK & CO. was presented, and after discussing preted more wisely than did J you had 0\\
j the matter thoroughly, the Board Christ. Jesus Christ Is analyst I
1 :.Jt' ; ---'PJIONE 66fi' approved same and ordered work to be the moods of the soul and .... -

FKORIDA done as". oon as convenient.A I solution to Its problem He' quality of
KISSIMMEE to the heart of the divine.
petition to grant an election district man well, new
'l Ho IB not a philosopher In the
.. consisting of the following boundaries Price
1( I nary acceptance of this term. A ,
,, : __ ___ to-wit townships 31 and 32.I osopher l Is one who I Is skilled In :
u.d 1I h h 24 east voting place to be at Al i '
; t : range I phistry. In science, one who looks along
i\'l. ger, was presented, and hapded to the I on reason as the Infallible guide : ; good surface
I county attorney for advice, who, after'' Bchooln himself to think and I

i ip : looking into same, stated to the Board only at the dictates of cool )I
that it could not be made before the That 1 III the meaning of the word I on fine
1 .
therefore the Board osophy.; Jesus did not forsake five-acre
coming primary
: & : .' NOW----- passed' .. thepresent _reuBun-: .but in th..--s uM8-thai Voe t --
derstand philosophy. lie did not
Bond of W. H. Walker to carry a
the lake
at this achievement but he did ,
\ ii, pistolwith J. A. Daugbtry and D. W.' lleve that he saw the moods of I | immediate

.s '" ,ik 4 la the time to order that I II ii Alderman as sureties, examined and soul of, man and believed that t I i : is an ideal

R { approved.Bond were highways of progress out
i C ',I of J. L. Arnold to carry a pistol beyond the reaches of the stoic I i

EASTER SUIT with J. A. Daughtry and W. II. curean philosophy of his day and '' to railroad.
qs, it challenged these to an | growing and
1 Walker as sureties! examined and ap
,I proved. combat. You canuot fall to Bee 1 for.$12.60
underlying principles In this |
Bond of G. C. Outlaw to carry a pistol -! itlon. Only
I lie had thought them out ,
with L. G. Collins and Henry T.
bad them In their relations
I: The Graystone Tailor I Bass as sureties examined and ap- believed fully on their wisdom

, proved.A practicability. !
letter from J. C. Wallace, requesting Jesus Is not a scientist.

'- the Board not to strike his name I l Is one who amasses knowledge "

I i'A: from the registration list was receivedand I verely lefts It, co-ordinates and )'

placed before the Board and ordered matizes It, until be reduces It to

: Suits to order, $15 up. filed tor information.The accuracy, especially with
to the laws of nature. lie Is not
::4 following resolution was .presented
ticularly Interested In humanity
'I Pants $5 : to the Board by A. F. Mass, .and un- CO.
up cepting as this humanity serves
I animoasly adopted:
good. Jesus did not do that. lie
1 To Whom It May Concern: I
: no laboratory made no R
1a PRESSING This is to certify that Hon. John W. tests.
: Watson, of Miami, now a candidate for Ills only logic was truth In all

t All Work Done on Premises I governor of Florida, was a resident of i relations as It loomed large upon

I Kissimmee for over twenty years, and horizon of his soul. Jesus was

r', I was always held in the very highest regard -I poet-thinker In God's out-of-doors.

.A'j' Over Graystone Garage by the people of Osceola county. I human heart and men in human chi.'t
>' I tions engaged his thought and
He was president of the city council, Sharks
tion. The altruistic motive was
''IlL was mayor of Kissimmee, and repre- ,,
ways uppermost. And yet, while Je
\ sented Osceola county in the legislaturefor I
' was not distinctly a scientist
,t' : five successive terms, and in every psychology is In harmony with

; !f. I J .":r\p\.,, ".1';'''''''' 2L ," ) instance he has proven true to the people most modern Interpretations of ? ,

[ "" of his city and county, and we regretted moods of the human ;mind,/and .
, "J'JY. 11" '" ' ;' ,<
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J; .. j';r''s ,!,,"_'N'" \\oo'i ,f < ,'If .I very 'much when he left us to of the principles of modern ..'"

. make him home in Miami. are very forcibly expressed. In '

'YfN ew' Mr. Watson was a successful hardware sermon on the mount. with

Have you. merchant while in Kissimmee, and Jesus l Is not a theologian In the discriminate
of that
I' It? was always considered a friend of the nary acceptance term
'' seen the acceptance of the term as It business in
farmer and stockman, whose interesthe
Furniture known In Jerusalem In' his day.
: We haven't all our stock in ever protected in the legislature, theologian emphasized the value who the Und

i'' > ,i '>< yet but we're doing a rushing and by whose support he was always law, the logic of the law and the

business with what we returned to the legislature.He of theory. Jesus did not do he wants to

F StoreO have. wrote and passed most every cat- Jesus said very emphatically that : of Florida,
1 Our line of chamber furnishings tle law now in force in this state, and was much greater than the law

is especially strong. We it was Mr. .Watson who fixed the 'law much more Important than why has he

Read about themIVayO carry the best line of springs so that you could not pay a fine when that law was made for man and in Flor-

''In the magazines, ''on the market, and the most, convicted of cow stealing, but must man for law, and out of this value innocent
the human soul he
? then come: here Lamps complete line of bedding .in serve not less than two years In the constructed upon a thought of the <

and,, see them! the city. state prison. This law, to a great extent
/ ?" hood bf God, the brotherhood of sharks in the .
broke up cattle stealing in Flor
and the e.&enUallvalue, of his own have done .()
sonality, which makes his
\ Clayton & Pigue know that in Mr. Watson the unique. But human Interest was in giving a
state would have' an able, efficient! and er sacrificed to the Interest of a to who these

wm ***llm Upper Broadway m m energetic governor, and one who wouldsee ory or an ecclesiastical proposition.It leave }its
Is not of Christ, then, the
1 s-tf. that the poor man of Florida got that the out.
., the scientist
the same consideration .and treatmentat opher, teacher, the or
theologian but the Christ who was with ratJ*-
I'N..NO.N..NNN..NNO. more the wealthy bands of and the influential state officials did. the terested In the "multitude because I upon anyone'I

believed that he had remedies
1 t t" ,,.. EMIL' MACH, ERNEST MACH Treasurer filed his report showing their Ills, healing for their .Ickne. land for -.
;, fart on Co...
ity aaraero o. the following balances on hand in the ''life instead of death, hope ,

r ; various fund. : sorrow. I like this thought of letter to a '
: 'MACE: EaOS: : thew in Jesus '
Revenue! . .. . . . . . . .$ 1837 23 wonderful Introducing sermon: to seeing us In in which''
Fine and forfeiture. . . . . 1660 45
multitude,he went up Into a company is
T1iveFeed and Sale Stable School fund " 0 . .. . 103S 44 The 'multitude Interested him. I nil

: Road fund . . . . .1 . . . 157373 were upon his heart. They had on
l' '
l' Agt. International
1' t Harvesting Co. Special, fund . . . . . . . . 64 17 their 'cares, their tasks, their Congress has,

Convict: lease .. . . ., . 0 . 500 60 ties, their bickerings and had the bad alike.
...a..x..%.. a I=A.."V"T IIA x JN"G. :
i S. S. D. No.1. . . . . . 232.46S. to bear, him. to name, "A:,

' fit.: :Everything new and first class. We render prompt and S. D. No.2. . . . . . 0 . 41 56 honest men

+ satisfactory service day or night S. S. D. No). 3 . . . .. . . 1175 86 Love's Magnetism.
: S. S. O. No.4. ... . . , . . 11 42TotaV. Love begets love. It Is a
r I.:: "ONE:HALF'BLOCK, FROM PASSENGER DEPOT Induction. Put a piece of Iron In in its in '

f 1 r. . . . . s.7.735 82 presence' of an electrified body, I
J:.4 %[ Kissimmee. I ,, Fla.' Phone 113 that piece of Iron for a time
. ( i i Y Tax Collector filed statement of poll electrified. It is changed Into a L ti

Y lt.: :. '_.._.._'.._ !_ !. ease.I i I taxes collected. $380.00. porary magnet In the mere 7 t* ,',

. -- ,-- - -- - Tax Collector's license report showed of a permanent magnet; and as .
$ OJ.7 amount collected for the county, $43.00. as you leave ,the two side by
/ y
Good News. Tax Collector And Treasurer filed they are both magnets alike. District. ,

t We have secured a few 5 and 10 acre their reports showing amounts collected side by side with him who loved r

? ; P Louisiana, : tracts of the finest fruit and truck in the various. funds. and gave himself for us, and you
land,, within half a mile of the city will become a permanent
Paid warrants ordered cancelled
11 liml A, which we can offer at the very were permanently attractive force;
t ; ,*L; , \ Molasses I low price of $50.00 per acre. KIssimmee from the various funds In the following like him you will draw all men

; is expanding so rapldy these mounts : ypu; like him, you will be drawn

H . -! V' .'*t-- -> lands will soon be almost in town and Revenue . . . . . . ... .$ 818 82 all men. That Is the Inevitable

; will asked be today.worth many Do not times go miles theprices into the. loan . . .. . . . , . . . .-. 1200 82 fectof love. Any 'man who "

Jams: and: Jellies country for small tracts at any price, ,Fine and forfeiture . . . 1110 34 that cause must have that effect per hun .,.
Sf'I while you'can fret such a.'ttiee. at; this (Bills and warrants ordered drawn: duced Inhim..-Henry Drummond.Real r
price. Soon, there v ill be rio such ., R. C. '
0 this for'Februsry will be published next .
r opportunities as as all near-by Things. .
lands will gathered up. The quantity week.) ,) Ribbon
the world needs 1.
What today
' : is limited and will soon be taken.; Upon motion, duly seconded, the fertility. '
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