Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 29, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00535
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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( ; ;,DISASTROUS JOYRIDE School Closes. Successful Year ,of. Work. With a. r !SPUT.' : :

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i(' f (% : 1 Irresponsible' Driver{ Smashes Into Week .of New' Bed ParIs, Of****?WWi.. .Ay tl 7i ;
'. Commencement Exercises 'Deu. : '
;)'. / :, . ,Auto With lily's New Fire eli w>
J The Kiaim
./', ''J is ..'Baseball UanJ d f; "
\ ruUeI'Y".f.. the
new park at MabbetU'strejltand
,,.l. J ,Sidestepping.As I .; ,- Bermuda: avenue Thursday by spUttta'' .*' 1 "

'\ -' a doubleheader with Sanford,.'. The e M
Ij' "to '.the,, result f'a spectacular joyride ',., .I ert eerie took the opener with a noose. 73
:: by a",man from Sanford by ? the of,a-I. This ''made 'the Crackers ;

t.. .:\ 'name. of Morrow on Thursday "after.goon '' ra4 IPS" ',. l"F I,?'r''' I angry and they came'.back: in the second real./
;;' thel liew'firejengtno of the city of ; re ', Ii game.and : '
\ r +d k' i .walloped, the visitors to the; ;{3
.' ,.' ,".)Kisaimmee l is in"the 'hospital with a lotdf ,.I tune ot 8-rl,, ' .' 'vt ' ,If

burned out'castings and bearings, The 'new, park'js: all' ,
J ,.co'
the .
, candy,! Y
sad the automobile belonging to Mr. ,
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though the diamond wa.
.t : I1W.
: A.: S. Nelson Is- badly battered. 'Incidentally !- ,.'r .
L" and soft for fast.wort 'A fine covered:
.a lot of fancy explaining"and '
grandstand has '
'" f 'sidestepping F ,peen built;which Will ae.1commodata : ,
TI is being done. about 260. MaaagerDoylejf
The fire engine received In. ),hiscity
.wa. deserves a world of,credit. for what be,]
some weeks agobut, has never '"
hasisccomplah: ,'...d: should'receive
-. :been demonstrated by the company ac. he support of all the people of the ety. "g

.cording to its;agreement Morrow ia The"crowd; Thursday waaVnot aa Urglfcv,
the driver of the fire engine of similar '
aa tbould have been! ':.The Klsslmmee
,/ \ 'make in Sanford and his exhibition on boys playedgood.balLas) << : ti e>ppand d'';

;r. Thursday can hardly be explained. box score will demonstrate' i
t .. to the fanavwho
A"with=-i -reference.. to t. Mr--_H.- will study'it .*' p' ;

P"" 4W2tetF .. ,The'stores oe don".urada1 3'
I :a.commendable 'J "
mu,. which should be '
coattn- '
11 ned. There will be'/* tram- : 'J.:.,J.
(Ott Tbtuya'- f

tF I MAKE NO MISTAKE : : ... day.'Has-beens.', either with," SanfordforVwitfc, :'.:'','.. x"-r: :p1:

; v 'ThiaaHrea-atlon o< fwr.mer 7 ;, '.
States- k ,
stars Is '* 'stir'
1 0 r.that '" cIaIlr.1'II. :,.1If .
Southern Shipper when",? r t I new salts will be hers the first ; ,./
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+ SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Number goods haa reached eaten .. 't or- 'oI!;' week and they may be peotltd l. ;, ': If' r ,
"i ir up "
ti ''Io--t '
not shown on'the railroad billing' ; Following
when ) 3 ': f' of,the. ...M" ,;, ',
freight charges were prepaid G : "
S. H. & E. H. FROST any clone..on Thur.d sly},' .1.' ,,1-
as a matter of fact the shipper pre. shlpmi i ; .
paid what he was told would carry the Mississippi .. ' h I .\-, KISSIMMEE; A COMMISSION MERCHANTS
'i F .'* shipment to destination and the Immi- five head of live'actually '.. Alveylf, . :.. .,,,8 0 1' a; 0'' 0 ,. f. .'

ESTABLISHED 1865 grant is required to pay the full freightcharge has in it tent: .. I .., :!h K; #', Buzza.8' 1. 1 ;6 .8 0
wait .. JoyleySb,, . .,. . 8 0''' '
the second time and must allowed when the car startet1 0) O. 0"' 1'Ku1p
the carriers for refund of the the Western classification. So lb ;: :.,,..,,1'' 0 0"1'"0.0 s
ri upon Juke, cf .\. ."?. Jv 00 01, ,0 0 '
' overcharge. This trouble is occasioned the shipment the river the \ : (
crosses Oavl..ef"oI, "
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through carelessness of the carriers in must pay the Jess than carload rate on Caraon.2b..I. '0'' 0 ,t. 2" 0'Y' '.'
.. dropping from their billings the "pre the extra five head of live stock In addition :: Olaen.' ss . ..v. ,2 oo ,1 .-jO'1 1"? ,.1 t
r , ., iampua, rf. ... -JBuaia 0 iO ('O' 0' 0 ' '
in transit.A
I pay" to the carload rate on.the rest of i41i. E. .
P..J, .0 0..0 4 '
recent act of congress Is in part as the stuff in the car-that is, he must : : ''....' _, \1. .!
4 <4
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I 319 Woshlnston St., Cor. Jay St. New York sol lows: pay two rates from the river to destination Total ....' 1\"".2 '. 20.( *; '!:>i", "' '1'::1 ti

"It any: common earner subject to although it had started out and .Fox out. butithint' strike. ,' ,. ,1I.t'
References:-Aetna )Nat'l Bank Mercantile Agencies "' "
the provisions of this act, after written moved to the river.under the one car- : "
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'I SANFORD AB ,R''rt'PQ, !: A'
. request made upon the agent of such load rate. The same thing will applyto ATLANT'JII! Fox. cf .?':... . J 0,0" 8 7, it- .0"
DO LOCATION AND) EXPERIENCE) COUNT carrier . by any person or other Items mentioned under the I. Elneteln"rt . ,,8 0 .A k" '0 0
.... company tor a written statement of head of household goods by the West ] R. Cl tteDden.c..1 '0 .0 'f: '1' O. :1 1r

p.lAtr the rate . applicable . em classification that do not corre- ""-._'c. McClure 8b . . 8 0 1 01".0.1 1, 0: a 0

between stated places, shall refuse or spond with the Southern. Therefore .Wallu.'lb..a) L .li'1' ,O,"O'' .
I omit to give such written statement to get the carload rate through on a "DIXIe Ryer "S4hitMndsna, ,1South .1, ,0 O'-', '
within a reasonable time or shall misstate carload of household goods from Omaha . 0..0 Y1'1"'! O. .'t. .
I writing the applicable rate 1b'.J,0. ,." (. '<* '.0. I:
to Ocala, the articles in the car Atlantic! Lum: ,SA1T - - tI
- 1TBUZZA&6N and if the person or company making must conform to the rule of the Southern ,... ,,1"21 11 wl''

such request suffers damage In consequence classification which enumerates as
of the misstatement of the above the Items included as household Montgomery 'Routebe:: ::

: Cement and Concrete rate . '. then the said carrier goods. Brakefldd i
shall be liable to a penalty of two hun- , :
Work oLall Kinds dred and fifty dollars which shall ac- 'Too to get the lowest rate, the ship Through PtdLua Can from Chicago, St Lout, CbdnBati: 'Uuuuupoli< br"pitc eri

crue to the United States and may be ment must be made with a release val- . Tille, Naskvfflc Atlanta and Birminthans; JacloosmDa. ...?wren ir}
uation inserted in the bill of lading of .
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY recovered in a civil 'action brought by .
; value \ ,"J ; :" '
.* not to exceed $10 per 100 pounds 'I DINING OAR SERVICE \

; ,Residence Phone 58 Mabbette Street the United States. In case of loss or damage to the goods. V For further information call write ;.
Under the terms of this act, it would ,; on or toll t' : ,
.Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave. then be well possibly for the 'shipperto value Shipped agreement in connection the with'shipment.this release will W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent, Klsslmmee. Fla., ."It,ti" i ", ,,

make written request of the forwarding move from Omaha to the Mississippi i J.: G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent opr; '. ''l

l' agent for the correct rate on : Tampa, Florida. : '!\0 ;a,._
river under Class 1, L. C. L.; and ClassB -,' 'w
the shipment he proposes to forward. /I "4.';
C. L. From Mississippi river to
:; George N. Saunders One of the principal complaints of Florida base Jacksonville for '
; point iio.'t". . . . . .' .
k';' the immigrant is that when his household example Class 2, L. C. L.; and Class '
:: BOAT BUILDER goods reach their destination in 6, C. L. From Florida base point to i WHAT IT MEANS ':, 5' :Tj

Florida, an additional freight charge is Ocala, Class 2, L. C. L.; Class N, C. Yao7peopledonotknow wbal.Bank's C plll M for.:er tke dtOwwMe. be :: '; ... r
A "Ferro"and"Eagle" Engines. demanded thereon. This' immigrant has ''L, Only when a shipment of household = .. & sod one" ,, .,,1 pj
,TT ....... . the at of origin A BANK'S CAPITA AND SURPLUS ,
; M rriEU Fin I EitlMvMMrKISSIMMEE + gone to agent point goods with $10 valuation Is madeto ,
; who. has quoted him a through rate. I j .U the f1ut4 Utat'proteeU tbe deporiton from lou,Uecetore the larcef It Is'tkesreater '\ ;
FLORIDA, I in Florida reached via t
a point on or -
TMC SMOIMS TH T M* +artorw.n, I protection toe depositors have. TMa beak laM a" .
The immigrant pays the agent an A. C. L..R. R., S. A..L. Ry., and G.S. Okplttlef ;;.........................'..yam, 00 '
... tare .i. ..... .. ,
I . _._.,. SO
amount he ia told is sufficient transport
. ..\ \ & F. Ry. will be allowed Class N ..rate okheld.ri' UmbtltV ......r..>...........,...< 60.000 00 I fS IA .,' ".
the to destination. And
goods south of Florida base point. If shippedto total of.:.....................?........SW.MOOO JThlimeuuthUwemMtloMlI3tOO.Oabtfoceewr r-' *f
He BULL BASS MARKET I Io when at destination an additional l a point In Florida reached via the F. ) 4epael ors M.N.1...).' " r
k .> freight' charge is demanded' of him- he E". C.. Ry., 6th Class rate will apply S sat Tnta roteatton. le lor YOG. ... ; ..:: '
; cannot understand that this is right. south of Florida base.point.. This ia STATE 'BANK OF.: KISSIMMEE '

( Beardco JBuild'ing' One Block from Depot And ha thinks that the rate named'; him because the'F. E.,C.Ry. has not made ' : ,

by the original'agent and the prepay '
its exception the Southern classification .' ales'
Ji'1 .4 ::Fresh ,Florida |l T A,TO at nil kilids.and charges demanded, of him' at point of for Class N rat' except: on a |S : U, A.. CARSON '''JOHN. M.f I... ', ;4 .. s...a-...'oazaoe. J "w .r t'rre
origin can be the only correct charge. valuation. To get benefit of Class N, VI { !
".!., Western' [YlLiluPOULTRY. .;It JJj JJj When he. baa been named and paid a rates on this line south of Florida base -_........_ __._.__, 11r !
: J : certain charge be thinks the -transportation point it is necessary endorse' billet! p f''

EGGS. FRESH FISH i companies, have'no right to demand lading covering the shipment With release -

.: Special attention to "PJiont Orders and FreeDelivery an additional amount from'' him. valuation of.$10 to Florida base .N. .NNNNNN. . .' ....... ...,.' ,,
And he feels that he baa been taken '
and with valuation of $t Ii
' ) >. to any part of Me City Phone' 189 advantage of and ia inclined.' get point south of Florida jelease base point to destina ENU'MACH': ';'NE8T: MACrjl)l : : " 'r.}'
Oil C::..,,; .
Art rt.adard .
,." sore on our good State rightist the beginning tan The L. & ,N. moves' household! .: :

!, ,'".',,:, : 4 goods south of Florida base point .
] -- ; under fJ :M:::A. iEI: ''B ,C'S <>> ,r.
fct.. a' Class L rate, C. L., with a. $10 val .,
I'D* trouble' generally ia result of :

I :Doi'L1r'S. : $ :; INSMJICEJBEJIBY$ his ignorance and.that of the'railroad uation.! r Livery Feed''; and<< ; ,Sale' :Stable r .t1)) .

: agent at, point of origin u to the application If the railroad commissioners can ,,

of the freight classifications furnish any further advice or informstioe : Itttertiatfbtial i
I Co.
I -*' ,.., The Oldest and Largest' InsuYan e Agency in Osceola Countyj under, which the- shipment move. be- they will be very glad to'do so upon : Agt., ,Harvesting: : :;R

;, : FIRE'' LIFE: ACCIDENT. HEALTH: tween the points of origin and -destina application. .... .,. ..,.. XXN'ts: A
. -.-- PHONO 118, 3t '.:'/
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: ,
Uon. For example, a shipment of : ,

rJt ", :. '- .. household ,goods' moving from 'point Secretary Florida Railroad Commission. Everything<< new and first' class. ,), :We;render, :'prompt and. ; \"f9J, ; y

I.. wi ...'" ,,'f west of the Mississippi river from the satisfactory service day or Bight., ', " "-1" > ,. '". ;n
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Western About '
: classification territory to a Apopka.Apopka' .
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I' t new'board of trade has 1"KI ,
CITIZEI1SBANK OF'KISSIMMEE Mississippiriver T 8Imme Fla- 'P b o'e'.113. l
been organized and good work is expected :: .
cation from the river to Florida des .
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to be the result. Apopka already NNNNNNNNNNNN < .xa
2d Unction under the Southern classification ,
\ Organized! April 1910 has a bank many good business Je i { .
: with Florida .exceptions. These .
DEPOSITS houses, a city park and dozens of new '.,' e;!.t:

.- L April :led I9IO, *2I.BOO.OO"vv classifications are not altogether following uniform ;: projects are in view. The' board of . T'" : tJ.,, .
w; Dec. 3111.. .e.o. 9I2O.244.4.1 _c in their 'provisions. The trade ita existence with '
., began a membership -. '
." iy Deo.3IS4.-I9II,.172 JftO.38 from the Western classificationnames of thirty-five, and this is very The raystone Tailor: tf. :
the items that may be Included : rr :
To entrust your banking business to us mean. that'yoi>will receive, as' household Rood.term .r"The satisfactory and' creditable for a town ,
consideration consistent with sound eonllen'atlve banking. of the'size of Apopka. Among the '' '
good .
revery: .. 'j,
'' sum TO'ORDER' '
fi -- ':' -- r- -. -" 'Emigrant:!_Movableshousehold things in;>ie w;;for the-town is..An electric AND4 I _<) .
M A.'." .OI'IEOAl'f.' Prealdertw.. Ai SMITH Caabler ( goods) -will apply tb property light plant, and an lee plant Is unj 'Y "' ;..7PA$5 'AND'UP"""" ;;7''f' -J

'Directors: A. E. Donegan.Pres., II. M.'Pfann. lit V. P will of Include'-an Intending tools and settler, only and der construction.-:Times-Union.' CLEANING.. 'PRESSING; ,.. 'All xi tt Work DOie' ;/ :';:;,4' .
implements of I :
x ri .c., '' W. Dann, 2nd V P., A.; W. Winn. Lnt- oheen. FrW.. i an; ; . ,
C. D. Carroll. calling, Including hand an4 foot' powej '' ,Don't torget that the price of a want 'REPAIRING', : / on hem,.. \ "
machines, but not Including machinery ad In the Valley Gazette ia the cheap. .oval .I AY8"I'O.. SA1AOE '.'" ' ;.;., ..,: I'; 0-' :' .' "

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11 WSASIROIIS' JOY RiDf. : ; snirw'up( .; ""I,;"f- :'_:,;" ., ,

,School. Closes Successful. Year' ,of Work With a v ; :. )-. ,' ",..,. :!,:., .-,,' '.'''
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# -, c '*' "' '' '' New Bad Park'Is "; :
*, Ot,eneA'11rlb''A', ,'

)Irresponsible: Driver Smashes Into. \ '. : 'Week of Interesting Commencement Exercises :D.oul" "':;: 1'' ": r rthe'newparkat

b Auto With lily's New,fire ,. I The Kissimmee,Baseball teasel opened,$r++v, '=, .[j

Truck.: ..Everybody. is' Ilab .tte',street and-feV. ' ,, '"
Bermuda .avenue Thursday by' aplitlfa.* a,
,Sidestepping.As ... M I a doubleheader with Sanford., ,Tie eelerylseeds -it .,.p] '"
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h t
k dirr ., ;. w.", ., 11 l'rYy took the with ,1' t
''of'a tacui Joyride > opener sj. score:"%;, 1
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result' > .pe 1 k e. !',k 'WC'1 of 8-U] This mad the Crackers real "A'a;\ ll ,

by, a-man from Sanford by the angry and they came back In the second i;i'<:);" :.-
of Morrow 'after- '
on Thursday
Dante and JrI1
game %
walloped, thevldtor.toth.
,Aponr ,,th"l new fire engine of.:the city of : ., tun. of 11'I\
Bjl lmm_ Is In the hospital with a lot : i'
o"f burned out:castings and bearings, Th. new park;:is all .to1. the'' ,;

'' .. though the' diamond'was little rough> '
and .the 'automobile >belonging to Mr. y ,. ,}
and soft for fast work. A fine covered?' t't'
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A. 3.:; Nelson Is badly b.ttered Incidentally .. '
grandstand has been 04.commodats I
built, which
a lot of fancy explaining'and' i win < ;
1- ,t Y ..gladb ; about 256. Manager'Doylefdeserves "
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,sidestepping I. being done. ra/ aN'h
The fire engine was received In111., y Mi world of, credit' for what be 1 ", '.f J : .

J'' city some .weeks ago but has never o has.acconnpllshed-and.. should'rsceiv. ,; 'I Ifa;! a'''"

been'demonstrated by the company ac. the support of all the people of the a**,!;',: 'f

'cording to. 'its'$ '.agreement. Morrow lethe I The crowd Thursday! waaVnot" as larrf*'1,': 'T
u It hould been :
hare The Klasimme .
driver of the lIre engine, of similar h 'r' .
make in Sanford and his exhibition on al rln boys played good ball,'as the appended (: . i\
box score will demonstrate to'thefan1'; '
hardly I be explained. r .
? Thursday can r'ivbM who will .' ....'
study it- \. (
With reference to the matter Mr. H. ; ;, s .M

'Clay Stanford, former mayor stated Mx.ri "... . 1Ta L' lG The t stores closed on'Thursday,'a:commendable -,':,ta I

;Friday morning that Morrow came to 'r "17 hiov which should be eontui'N: P ,

i' him before' the baseball game and said ned.' There rill be* gam*''nelt: Thursday -';\\1",1\ d .. ,', '

' a' .he waa the Sanford driver and would ... ; either with Sanford' or;with tfco ". -., I"t

dike; . to take the _Kissimmee machine "Has-beens.." 'Tola aggregation of for-'$:-. i ., #

rout for a trial. Stanford informed him mer'I' stars Is practicing daily*"...Their. {*

that It had not been accepted by the I new suits will be her the first of tfc* ,

clty'and that if I it had he had no authority ::" ;.. '' : If week, and they I (may be thlsujea.on.r' its" ... '' ,
up some gilt-edged ball v? ,
to let him take it out. He sent . .
!. 'f. Following a diagram of. the alters:: ,.stiona "
Morrow to'Mr. John Hansell president ' '
on Thursday 1"
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of the City CounciLMr I'uurr'I f'IIL: !' .
Hansen states that Morrow came 1 + 9 a I I ''.
; P .I ,1 rdT1 KISSI1dMEE AD R .11 P0sA' ;k' }

to'' him with his request, that he in- Alvey: IL 'a',6re 8 0 l' 11' ,0 0 ; ,i.
'formed Morrow that he had no authority )- Buu..e.\.f. ;.8 I 1 ,,6 S0, .
to send the car out and sent him to Doyle 8b ".0'. -0 0, O.',' 1 '. r}
Kulp. lb,;....: . .a I '0 '0. 1 ,' 040: . '
Fire ChlefK D. Porter. Duke cf" ... .r 0 0 .0.0 ; 0 ,r') n
Mr. PorCentates that Morrow came "; Davis c!.;., .Ji t 2., 0, ::0' ''O. ''.O o .
to him witirthe statement that Mr. S f Carson. 2b ;':'a Y'I:: '' 0 ,0 :.t. 2o' "'
Hansen was going to let him take 'the 1 -I ;, 01..n.:1.r.' .,'. ..'1 0" 0 1"O'1''; ? ,
{ Bampo. rI ,,:".,;', >9> 00'.\ '0 0/-. o' ?;,,1,1Eo 1
'and asked him Porter aschief
car out : ; Bua ,p...c4. > ,2' ,0 0., OJ,4, 1"; .. ,
to go with him. Mr. Porter I ; ". '. ..! l-w .f
stated that he, a* chief had no author ',Total .'. . .22< 11"2'20q".S': .i
" Ity to take the car out but that if, as Fox out bunting third strike." :V-' ; ",,,ti ,tt ). ,

Morrow stated, he was' going to, dem- \t-:: ''' r. '
4--S SANFORD; ;AB ,B .H, PO. A .:' 1'
G; ,ttate It, under the proper authority, : 0 0 8\ 10"\ "w.- ,
Be would go along with him for a short I. Einstein,'rf,,. '8 0 0 \'.((0"; 0'r, i'I1"'
time. J* .. R. Chittendene. '0 .0 "'. "1' jOt-:. ,
r McClure 8b .,,.. 8 1 1. 0 J a'", ,AWallace.
k Morrow's statement that he was going . . '
Ib.. 8 0 0 I O'? ,l .
i to demonstrate the car bad plausi Closing the most remarkable year In In well ordered array,like a company' .1.. 8 1 ,,,1 '1 'O,!;M0' '_. '

't,.+ bUity by1 reason of i the fact that th. the history of the Osceola High School of disciplined soldiers ,more than six I. Chittenden, *s,1 -1 0 '1',..'O".''r.Brakefield. g"; *..
company bad first planned to. ship the the spring term came tor an end on ... .. '. '" Hundred'pupils'; the'"'Oac.ola"1 Rich: p fib. .:::,,,2., 0'.0' ,! S.O1''""v', I

machine to Sanford and have Morrow Monday night In an Interesting commencement School left the building Monday'morn- H'; -,\ 0- -r' ....., .ti::0 ,0''i iTotal'

as a demonstrator bring it to this city_ gathering at which the I ing in,response to a fire alarm, the fire I .. '...r"y....,,22 '!8' 2"21 11 ,i:'

i This plan was later changed and the attendance was so ,great' that .scores,of drill, being perfectly;:'carried' out: the Summary:-Home,' run, Ahearn; two:.' r

Kiss' people were enable to gain admitanee. time occupied! in the'1' movement* being base hit, Buss; stolen buy'Doy1., ;.;::.. '

even In the capacious auditorium of the two nd., oD.-half.minute. The'' children sacrifice hit. r'oxr Buzxa base on, ball.,:Ba._: ., i N
2; struck out. 8. Brakefleld 7;,
i.: A general l misunderstanding seem school 'commencement addresswas .would; have,vacated the building wild pitch ; bytf pitcher. a
! I; I. to have been responsible .for the unfortunate delivered by'' President 'G.. A. in less time than this except: : for the Kulp; left Brak.ftel'Ul: .. 1. Ban.j';" wbt;

? accident, and who must bear Murphree the State University and .-,' fact that 'they were momentail'y, expecting ford 2. Time of game 1:12, (seven. .is \
the financial lose cannot ;yet be determined ). Umpire, Fred Bass., .. .
mngs ,.
exercises to the occasion the bell to -t "
i though It looks as though I appropriate ',' summon them to the .
,r Kissimmee will have to pay, the. bit. completed the evening program.. ,. \ (,. ... auditorium, and there was'consequently SECONDKISSIMMEE (I.unll; , .

I .. Impossible to determine 'yet the in point of attendance the past school" ,I { r alight, hesitation In taking the fire ABAlvez ,R H,, FO"t .1. +,
to' the Are ... .., .... .a. \.0
amount'' of the damage If. a ; :<104.\rt? d. ,
drill ,
formation. In'view'
year has exceeded not only'all previous Y the 'dis-i ., .. .
engine, though it will probably reach Baau..e .f".8 0; ,,0..I, ; t' :
hundreds of dollars. years but baa gone past the largest tance that has covered by the pupils Doyle 8b ,"''..; .,8 1. .2 1 ; : ,. .
The machine has been attached by expectations of the school authorities.The ; from the' upper grades,' the time KuIP.b ; . ," 'L. .t .1' ,7x'0 }jO. fI ,
>>Nelson: to protect hall loss on his considered. E'Buzxacf.Tri1'' ' ,,0 1 1. (::1..Of
attendance was so large, in fact, was. splendid, by.those .:.whowitnessed r 'i 1'
"auto. Those who witnessed the accident Carson, Sb,, .*w8* 0.0 '1 w1k0:
: are Inclined to the opinion that as at limes to embarrass the faculty the drilL There! was not the Olsen, ss.:-;.,.,. 1 <'0',0:1: ,0 0
the laxity of the'' city in allowing and the school board and to make the ..1Iebte.t.con'uion.. ,The little folk O'fth Bsssf S'sA .. .;'11 0" 0 0" 0; 0';I} .,

i several auto to stand along the Broadway work of the year very trying.. .Everyeltuation primary: grades came,out .first, ;" : y >.> ,0- ,1..1.t, ;,.,11f. Wy"Total,23"8'
parking ' responsible for thecollision '- .r' ,.... .... .'
has been met;'. however and walking rapidly; but without\ interference .... 'f- "' ;;r
with the auto. The Nelson ',.f'U 8't"1 ( \ I
' in point Of general excellence'of work: with!each; other. .They wits quickly ""< ;>"
cu was hi Its proper place by the curb ..r itJ/ ;
Ing. but the fire ;en machines toa.01d the Osceola High''School' has not been _.. / followed by the older pupils, the high SANFORD: Rir:' ,HAPO.; .)A (" / ,

crushing Into the along surpassed by any school in the state. _/ school grade, being; the .la'toleare.' Foxcf. .,. ; ..a. .., 8 O' ,2': jO' d u a'E'4'

;'tl k.the. parkway mad a quick turn that The -patronrof the school owe' 'a debt N' .. school! fire company took their pistesby \j Einstein rf .\",2'84; ,0 'K O;;#'O' fli', . :. ,.
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'a'brougbt jt into,contact with the Nelsons R. CoittendeiveMcClure .0 ': : \ .
n ' of gratitude to the board and to: the the hose rea...., ...'. ..
k 8b 8' I' 1" O ..l" ',: '
ar. ,PROF. K.:: TSVANS, 'tr :, ; )
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a M. ' ,
V Several IPenJn have :telf.ihat' teaching staff who In the, face"of'!"al Outside of the building.the children WallaceIb, . 8'O' 8" .. .r..
II > rid ; ., at the time he began'riving most Insurmountable '-difficulties have i, + ', ,PRINCIPAL. OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL' .. "\ ': !., remained... *.quietly-In their' places until Abeam:it:".: : 'II.O s-'ir O't, ,,' '

rYorro.; ,' was intoxicated. Mr., Porter. kept up to so high a standard; '" -- -';;. ,, they,were,.summoned."b by the teachers 1. Chittenden.' ssBrakefleld. 9' 10''0 ,8\1''I''.+: C s,. '"
J r '-- :: 3 0' 0' 'I'"' +"'
p .
beside him'stated that bel \ ? ....
'-'\\cted no differently than he did in San'.'' Another year will;bring.the necessityof ., to the front' ofthe building in order to H. Einstein,.,2b ,8 ,0 '0'' ,,0 l'1 ; '. .:'
\\Jo. stwrd, when b. was demonstrating the I increased facilities..;' Tbe; attendance permit .the taking ;of a 'photograph. .... ,_" .-r ...

{Jenford machine ,to the Kissimmeeofficials. '.' at the close of.the:year just closed.was Here the sam order prevailed. .Total;p............ ...251 1. 7; 18r ;ypl. '1 !i;

l .- He nay; : have been drunk 692.' This ? 'Is.,, ,for- greater ',than;, the chorus pfyoiing'ladl.i'' ."of the-' '.school claf occasion;and while'he wu' ,'apeak-: 'A.. splendid,,example"of: the disciplineof Snmmary-Two baa hit, 'L $
both time/,/ It is stated that the burning on pala.Davisl.; Brakefleld ,
school intended aceonodate the entire school given !
building was to bis attention 'attracted was after the
rendered splendid music r Ing, : w. by abutting "
out of the casting 'was caused by a out.Davis. 9, Brakefleld a: rU.m
leak in the radiator which' (w'" mad and only, by\ ,the most"carefulhandling'have I Dr.'Murphree' at,the commencement: 'n l.e"n' front of, ,him. II photographer bad 'completed his work;; Davis Brakefleld 8; hit,'by 1; i JtI' ".

"h L.' ,when, the machine ,bumped ,the Nelson all these poplU, been exercises ;on, :Monday night ''spoke provedto' ; be* a recording graphophone Instead of scattering, belter,skelter' as Eln.teinKUlp; double" L -:
l'f lute, '' cared for.: The present indications" are earnestly of.the yalu,'of'education.. that was recording on Wax, tablets"avery might have 'beeQ ,expc eted..,,the pupils Kulp. E.; Swiss to Canon; stolen baMfe' ...
accident 'is' most 'regrettable: J. Wallace Ahearnr aaeiSe7JKj.. '' J
r The that the attendance'next> t < .will be combatted the"theory that' i that'be' You remained ;In place' until the bell Kulp :
< year He , an wojrd' spoke., may rang Einstein ,
The city :will be without the use of the left on bases, Kttetau A
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h.I jmachlne;: j jtor>-, sometime. .The. legal largely11 Increased; over, ,this,number. education has no :mOnetarY, 'value Imagine with\ what care' 'he selected his and then took,their. places. In line to return 8,. Sanford ." game. 1:1<<., ? ..
[; \ status of the matter will probably have the! present 'building ';11 by quoting. l word. '"'af netr this', was, known to I to they rooms. Umpire,,Fred Base.9f. ' : .

,(r 'to be threshed out before ,the financial now'at,, the'super-saturation point, ,and ness success, of ":.educated\.tnin' 'InAmerica. But before m.. today are'not,wax' hUD'1' ',The,whole tXbl I itin''waa.a'Strikingisplayof / j, . " --I j ... ;. .
rt1C, responsibility can be fixed.,,* So- faras : Willis G' ''son ofa'o.tmaaier ,. '.\' .
the moat logic.I'.move 'for next year lets recording my;'speech,,, but 'th.'flu contro maintained I row; r 'a; ,
s i, can be learned Morrow, brought no ere. I 'T: G. of Jacksonville 't '
tc".. row f> /
1 dentists' aa at demonstrator for the would seem to: be:to'':take, the'., high 'The, Cox medal !in. mabematics''wasawarded tablets of warm living hearts on which ,I over this"great body otKiss'lmmee children' : traveling salesman In this terri ., ",', ; ,
> company .and lacking these, the city of school grades! our and put
Ii Kissimmee or- 'eomeon.< in 1b1t.; -city separate; building. ""TbIa/'problem. the Fell/medal, for the best essay1 ,to; Miss may live until the stars' grow cold.' I Tbe efficiency of the training- which has in the garage at. his home In3; '

would seem to be ,blame&The: ,.tax: board has under consideration and. Vil loet Carson.The'presentation'of.. ,the ;r..fb'e king ;> b. I been given in the school was unmistakable. TUle.'W..dneada morning by"a rot"BaAylon.tood
whose the "
moneyprovided : at himself V
1 payers machine'can hardly be held responsible; doubtless i ,bring; '.to 'satisfactory. diplomas wa.- made,, Jn' a ,neat .little paring of'the ways.;:' It,,was, to,.btm i No school could have given'' A among through the the,business bead.He men'of-waaknown f\:''Y,+ 2 :

.,ru': >but the laxity' .of,,'eome ne- will pro.. solution. before the-.fall. .terra open..: t'' speech by Superintendent: Sean.,, Miss a matter,supreme'moment,' because: I better exhibition: and Prof. R.M. Evans imrnee. ' t : "' F \- ..,

'._ *:\.bably put the. the burden taxpayers of* considerable;If it la .The,':'"exercisesjxloslng., I the Elon, Guic; Mi..'Corrine 'Gilbert. Miss he. must*, then, '.'decide >which, 'wa)''' be and his capable associates on,the'facul ".!" ". ' i '.Tr r '. Sh'Hilbumto ,"Jttt.\\. ..j',r.., :\. 'r

l' 'expense possible .to do' so .the responsibility work'of the year,were of a'high order [nex Gilbert: trI.n.I.; "' ', Chaae;rand' ibduld.elect'to go., Whither",tie"" was I ty are to be. congratulated" '' -for"th showIng *".' '- ". .'0", .'

:<1:';) should be.fixed. .* -' ?- and were" 'UnetJy' .creditable;, .. We Miss ';Justlna': ,Safford, :wer* thegraduate. .to'gcfon 'a mla.lon'ot..conqu .t."or on"a' *nade. \ _ .i? Speak Here.\: \ ,. M',

tlt..i f. ',".r:". ;," '.,'... .--, ..J. --," published last' week-i:' aCcouilta'.;:'of'*the ; (., peaceful'mission to ,Jerusalem" j'lt' was 'The. fire drm"wa. witnessed fb1. Supt,,' r ;;',.2'- i,.wow ,; 't6 .r J''
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7JJ'" splendid musicala'.and declamation Eon' : 1I0ur'8 KEBMON!: f fE .i too late; alas!. When the' hand of God.< J./and Sears bra,:(V.vnpreaenbtlv'ot number of'tbe'patrons the Ilea:'s. J-. Ht16ar J ...",wt' ,.U"a j...." -,' ( \' *?" ",'.
'te te.: In addition ton the 'promotion Babylon
'""Attention ruit.Grower: .: ; ekle) xxiSl. ;"'Th.ldilit of :]i wrote on his palace wall, VMene; '' didat in the'sccoad P .
primary age y
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: exercises: of the various grades'the1 ex:+ of the ''Icb ol., all of whom :were; 'de, ,;: i
i i enTelek he ) '
yp Upbarsin.
;, ,, bed '
stood w.y.
at the partlnJt.ot. $
erciaes held ; lighted:with the exhibition. Hoa. Frank dark let- Cvmcrcssmk % T I
- were v the"&Tady..tlon. exercises Net occasion, affords, a finer: 'I the wrong road. ,and now I t'wa.00 . .
\ > opportunity !
of the eighth'grade;* the commencement . i late'to amend, tor-on'that'night was I from Ue 5eeod. 'dietrict'laoasao ;"& l'r, t h
HOB. of OrlaB- for .the establishment! excellent youth were 'worth of :. .Now I"
W. L. Palmerr a
; ;; sermon on Sunday morning; Commencement the king of Babylon'slain.. age that be;:.wffl be ', miKiwiamee; tki.evtnint rr:t, i1S
than a ,.
precepts occaieion. ;you stand at the Parting of the -Ways, ,
t'' ( f
.do, ,. Monday nights/ ; "''*f., .; jit Is! not a meaningless custom' This present occasion is'' appropriateelycalled's' and it :well behooves? ,you to, choose Friday, .MaT_ I7tk,' for. "-, r (w ''i1 r
.j' OK.CoU'tr\ frO" the baadIlium. that calls\ ace together today,> ,Neither ,ommeneeinent and well the J tke'perpos..iaaddribi.t'tki': ;:, .
J .. .' I 'The Fi i. 'nlehi''"'exercises'; tnclnd'ec f some, of wisely iway" ; yon shall \ \ .
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"" Satada '.r is it anempty"honorplaced on a min? you"stand,,?today-at the Parting of the take. ike ivies | tke'iampaIE.4 'p'' t. a 1
at ,tomono'fr /;( ) ,tt, several pleating essays by members ofthe js : : {
t. : ; : should .
,a ister of the that fM
: }. 5 gospel 4hp, dbbe Ways."Life;; : In Ua mon somber r.aliatic i Fortunate it is Tau'that a bettor Ameraiaj .. \, '. '
: ", Mi. *er'wif'speak', Is graduating d...coiumh..' :The. _honor roll| called upon to deliver:artelpeeial';: !? 71 .aspect commence todayThe, keel heritage-fails'to you j than that; ,which 11.--11aJao..jea\'d'T. I 'hi : 'Ii \ ,J."i iroe. '
\ given in another Bd SC Omd in tke 1dtR ', ,
,* in' the ,bterett;.of tie Florida' r course 'on such an occasion., It gives of your"' barque,.:4s ;today cutting the .. fell to your grandfathers.,. .They 'were *_, r- : 'f,, ,
The commencement: sermon'onSunw i: hba an opportunity\ ,-, ;upon 'him equatorial line\that divide the' hemispheres taught,with rare'exceptions;;:that our .! of( tkUBday; ) :' JJi

,: [' :Cr.s'Fsdaage' ;.auad'IllS;hoped, aY'lD rnJnwas, simple and impressive a responsibility and lays'upon .him;,.an ,.of.: ,'your. life.: "' "Tooth,'comes 'conditions hi. life ',were ehoaeq for us,

:r> k 41',.alarre :ama ol ::d.: grower : the preacher of the'day being' Dr;, 'A.J. ., obligation to use'w. '-sod '.....'.1,*;'his twice) to none.'!' 'We never' appreciateit even before"... entered it at a4l'and; '4'S"; ; .. ;: +;:

r.q.J \\ JbrpreteBt- S r Holt pastor 'of tb.FInt':, Baptist e sJted'W'erogaUvL''' "_ '. when it .is here, and It.leave 'us"almost that we might as well drift,'as we had : '
: wry '' _* .B ,viforoms -
.: :"Ii' ,' eharch' in this""iityo;; The otherpastorsparticipated' : ; ;.-This'speakeronce:, ,addressed a large imperceptibly; and we. never cease way.of.altering:.these: flxed eood ; : ' 'J

if .J.r._ l .' .- i in. .fi alai seF Ice., sndatw'"l't. ., :. ,audience. in. ,ft.distant. ..state'on. 'ut... ,.pe-. to' regret. Its departure; 011.'hoar.. of,,... (Continued; on last page)_ '. kakaU _, }' . rr, ?
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... PULL TOGETHER ROLL OF HONOR Notice of Incorporation. i

_ hailer \.. lu-rfby rlveit that w*. the nnclfiaUn ..
ct, will on the teJUj ilar of June,A. D. lUll
The of Kissim
following pupils the} b'l'ohrlM' It's
In W
apply t't
: Every Resident of Osceola County mee Public School have not been absentor "...tret n..r,T ih" Slate of Florida, for Letters If QualityBuy -- !
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tj :Come and GetI.t!IA Kiiilt'iMiilnu n5 1. retry on btiilumi. In
) : Should Be a Booster.This tardy during the month ending May the Mala DI Ki,.r. la are porporeiloo nnrii-r snit \
13, 1912 having made an average of 90 by rlrl.m-,1 the lawa oftlm Mute-of FloiUi.
'- au the of discontent. This I "
% is season .try''J:
percent or more in their studies with initauy. Th" pr i>nixl nlmrier uf Kaldtoning
lathe seuonafter, the severe winter trrrpurauun. /in wont sad figures aa JulT. ;
not: .leas.tban'85 per cent In any subject, luwwtu.Wtt, : -
NEW suet past when in the home circle,/irt 1tt"IIVER
LINE OF READYMADE and not !erg than 95 In deportment ;
the northern states the question. of W, W I..AJC.> :t. ,
l<'JRST GRADE-A Div.-Cora Rutherford N. B CAUaON.
'k whether or not It Is better to suffer the .11morurts
CLOTHES FOR ., Ruth Hyde. Pansy Outlaw. Eva. -
w.,, chilly blasts/ of another wlter In a frozen Sessions Ruth Bowed Vera Gilbert ARrIC 8 Of INCORPORATION.VlaaT ..

region or take up and move to a .
Elizabeth Parker Naomi Starling Ruth TAJI
LADIES ANDCHILDREN. milder clime !Is'the better thought In 'Tha cam of this. r ; Davis, Lucile Nichols, Bessie/ Miller. .Blmmee Dairy' Company, ..... Itsl I rmnlpalpl
the mind of Father,. Mother Sister and Delta .". of liinnueta shall bit .I.. the City ot Kin.
Alipio Santiago James ,, I IJ
inline .
earth bet County of Owunla, Slate oi Florida.SltcoxD. .
brother Where
: on can we
Bronaon. George Rexford. Joe Bryan .
ter our condition as to health, comfort, .
dl 1; Clyde Getz Eldredge Harris: Pleas The eneral nature ol his tiKlncM tA') be "GIr
including making a good living and escape Johnson, Leonard Rush Hollis, Link Iraoaautwl' by Maid corpoiatlou thail bet at of
i our present disadvantages and dangers buying sod aellliiR of alt dairy
More Hyman Wilbur Anderson. ,.IUr'::: ; and ::
produuu on loondwlliigeiierl a
; Cut to fit, in the newest styles in the latest and most fashionable rWould B DIVISION. dairy buatiiemi. and the Requiring' ,
Arthur Combs
Simpson owning, dealing, lenalng: and selling. scab
,cloth In Skirts Voile, Panama and Serges. a milder climate be better for Young Uly Chapman, Robert Buckles property, real. end pi rnoual, an may bit crosssaryussfulerconvenient -
mother? Would father bo stronger for fairylniion .,,d
tit: .t BE SURE and see those brown and white Skirts in Pique and Glenn Cain, Stanley Ferris Jesse Bowen Conducting' itn tmnlv....; and shell hive the
relieved and
Would sister's cough be .
John Lee Donald Johnnie right to buy own and da I .r 01 capital + l
t Cotton'. her health restored 1 And better stock of their corporation 1 ;, to borrow and
can we
Bronson Zelma Bronson Carrie Bell lend manor In tba imnaaclton of Im business,
our condition by a change ? cod to do any and all thliiirn, necessary to the
Dainty. Shirt, Batiste Swiss, Lawn Lingerie. Hansel Martelle Locke Louise Regero transaction of wild bualneae.THIHO. / 1 1
Now these are the thoughts and points
Nellie Taylor Lillian Rush Leona ,
YOU must see them for yourself. being discussed in thousands of homesin ,
Jones. {
The capital stork of ald corporation ball be
I the'north and they are then led to SECOND GRADE.-Norma Dune Nor- I1U.IIUO/ to be divined Into no hundred and : and "VERIBEST"cannedmeats '
ask can what we hear about South sixty' shares of the par v"lua of' f 1UI Ml each '
ma Reaves, Ethel Marsh. Thelms Sutton These shares shell be laauwl and paid up In'
1st"r Florida and Klssimmee Valley in par full by tbe conveyance. to tbe corporation at prices that defy
Doris Nichols Lillie Hansen. Ella of ever) kind and characternow
tlcular be true 7 Gardner Martha Ordas owned by W W. carton and T. B, Oliver : competition and fully guaranteed
Dorothy Miller. ,
Mrs. E. L. Pearce Do they have the mild winters ; the eo-partnera doing bualnta audvr the arm t
Gladys.Griffin, Ruth Hirtzel Leah Wilcox name ot the Klaalmmee Dairy ..\"JO'T\ ofKs.imms.'O.ceoi. by eo
delightful climate T Are the night cool Loa:t*, .
(Edna Bass, Temple Base Ruby aame to Include all landa and personal property .
in mid-summer T Does the thermometer ....
owned by said ; theraineof'
Oliver. Velma Hudson Lois Little 'b'.MO..hlp
register higher In the northern said property 10 to Ux-tbe corporatfonby
t Frank Reed Bart Bass; Edward Getc said co-partnvrahlp, aa berelnbe- WEST 'KISSIMM'EETAYLOR'S 4
_ states than in South Florida, ever- .Is lor*described and set forth burn. the sum of ,
Horace Dann Walter Lorenz Edward llu.UUU and the of this'
_ Incorporauira corporalion -
there always a good breeze, day and v
Mattocks Howard Bass, Artie Taylor hereby fix said aum of flA.OUO .1 a Just
night in Florida on account of the Gulf Talue for in/Id property.Fol'RTa. I
: i; i00000000000017O0tk040ttOOOt/o0otO0tOtlOtk: % ; Truman Hoyt, Ray Evans. .
breeze as they claim ? Is it always

'c. A. CARSON. I. A. CRANFORD. 8. L, LUPFER. coot in the shade? THIRD GRADE.-Edna Harvey Lois The ctpltal stock of this corporation can at

,.....1deDt. Vloa-Praaldmt. Secretary i Overstreet, Irene Pittman, Leona La any lima oe increased to any auin aa provided
t How Is I i it for fleas, mosquitoes flies by the lawa ol chu elate of Florida.FirTH. . .
Martin, Nellie Bowen, Maud Tiner
and insects? Are there good schools .
Thelma Woodall Lillian Harris Eliza Phone 250 Quick OelireryC.tW.GRIFFIN
and churches ? Is the hunting and fish- This corporation .b.I1."lal perpttunlly.SIXTH. ;
beth Linn, Edith Miller, Carleon Bryan
LUMBER CO. ing good ? "
Bessie LaLonde Carmie Johnson, Lelde
k Can we make a good living and
Tbe business ot thin corporation ball be con \
Gaines Ila
Kansler./ Fern Pansier, Thel-
how ? ducted by a preside, Hvcretary and tmannrer.and .
ma Gilbert, Elmo Griffin Carl Reidel a board fit n t lea than three (3))or more ,
I Every man and woman in Kissimmeeand than seven ((7)) dlr,odors who shall be elcrtpd
George Deitz Bryan Simpson Add. annually on the Mtcond lu..i-day In
1L and Dressed in. Osceola county has some acquaintance .
<* Rough ei Gilbert. each year by the stockholders of the perporallon "
a rc' .. ..
friend or relative in distressat The following named o .r"r shall ron-
v1 FOURTH GRADE-A Div.-Jessie Bowen dot t the koHiiiviia of i he orpotnlloii' until the ,
some northern point that would thank HrKt annual' elci'llun, or until their uiirtutMoriare
Nellie Cam Lucile Downing, Irene .

PINE LUMBER them-and for in extending information a hand leading can to you relief not J
Graves, Myra LaMartin Margaret '1'lie board of dlrw'torn shall l be 1. H. Oliver
Ii truthfully say, Yes, the climate of W, tt. 1"arxon. sod N. li ( unionSKNKSTII .
Lee Percie Oliver, Mamie Pilley, Jean-
i : Florida is all that could be desiredthat ; .
ette Prevatt, Mattie Stanford, Nellie
i Kissimmee lies in the center of the The highest amount of IlId..hI..d n or II.,
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY], Elizabeth Niel Woodall. .
'. bill>, to Inch the iirpomltiiii i an ut any dinesuhJert
south end this .
of the fairest
flower in .. .
li DIVISION, -Tol. Bass, Bennie Santiago ) lt If Khali' .I..x'.1 twine the ( |>I- }
8 the garden of Statehood between the talntuck Free Delivery to all Partsof
Harry Schell, Harold Flint, Ellen t:"I'tHI H
OOQXIOOOCJCj% ;ococOCQCOCr&; Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean ;
Gordon Pearlie Hyman, Miriam Mun the City:
: The namii 0".f| riHllotKe of tlu
-. and receiving the healthful ocean breezes r, Harriet Buzza. NiibBcriblnK inenrlnrcwrs' and the amount <.fHIO
enjoying her balmy climate her delicious gt ('k KubiKrtoi-d l b>' each are aa folf| >un I
FIFTH GRAJ> -Paul Beuter. Frank T 'tl" l\rr.. KlMilmiuti, lorma.. <>shares>, I
tropical fruits, her silvery lakes W. K'. ( arBuii KikHliDinic r lorlila._l.i.....,>. '
Distance Bryan, John Edgar Bryan, Sadie Bryan, N. 11.1.m.on. KlMinimHU, Florida. .10....... I',
-' o 296 her wonderful rivers has made Florida Blanche Davis, Theresa Deitz, Ruby In witnvHa wliuitof, Ih'I""II... head' liHVehiTtiunto rTheATLANTA
AdvertisingLong famous throughout the world. i nut their haiMlN and ands' on tide, the
_ Duke, Grace ,Gilbert Helen Reed, Irene 1 1.:11 day of May A. 1>, 1'JU
.t Nowhere in all the habitable globe is 1, ... 01.1 IVhKl>"aO
Reed, Carma Rotunda, Joseph Santiago, 1V. W. CAKKON fneall.N
another like this State.: No
great :
is the Stratton Story, Mary Tiller; Francis II. CARSON (Seep)
+ saying right thing pen can picture nor can any imagination Tress Allie May Cummins. Omittedlast _

y. conceive; the transcendent beautyof State ot t'.lorlda.
at the right time her landscape, the fertility of her month by mistake Theresa Deitz. County of OHCLolrt.Beforo t'

SIXTH GRADE.-Margaret Anderson, me, the undersigned authority,
: in the soil, the luxuriance of her tropical fruits HoiiBlly appeared T. <*. OliverV, < anon per; SEMIWEEKLYJOURNAL'
right Ernestine Brown .1
4 Nonie Driggers, Elsie.
way and flowers. and N. li Carson to uio well known to be the
", Deitz Willie Getz, Muriel Preptn. Mar persona de" rlbd in. and who nhmed, Healed
. Florida is as great in area as she IB and executed the foregoing Article of Incorporation
.Y' We) make soecialty of planning.. preparing garet Stanford, Gussie Winn Emma and who iwverally acknowltxlicodtlielr .
'" magnificent in beauty, health and fertility and the execution tbe
,-i ; literature and conducting campaigns for Holt Katherine Jackson Gertrude Me- alKiialurea article of forwKOlng
ol hlL'O"ou.tlo to ba their free
Land Companies, Boards of Trade Municipalities soil. J
Kay. act and deed for the imea and purposes therein
and Individuals. The area ia 69,268 square miles, or I mentioned and ex|>.....- .
SEVENTH GRADE.Nettie- Newton, In witness whereof haTe hereunto net my The Biggest Newspaperin
17,931,520 acres ; the total land surfaceIs band and afflxud my omol.I-| ....., d Kuulm-

64,240 square miles., The length of ert Eddie Jackson.Campbell Howard Hirtzel Rob- the Inca l':>Onceola th day of ounty Juuv,,A.klale L'. of luu. 'Florida on this, the SouthThelregulaiXpnce

""t"t'GLENNREACIN: :' ADVERTISERS the State is over 400 miles and the average (Steal) ROMA THOMAS r
EIGHTH GRADE.-Helen Bass Ethel Notary Public Sale at Large
width is 100 miles. At Kisslm- Harris 21-W My cominiaatoa explrea i; Mar la, ISIS, '
Gilbert Abbie Grace Winn, of The Atlanta
' ' mee we are 86 feet above sea level.

;; : .." ;; 'TAMPA. FLORIDA ,Agricultural and Horticultural results Maurine Dann, Celeste Moseley Mattie 100 Acres. Semi-Weekly Journal i. 75

are Bell Harris, Lessie Haye;.Marie Boyd cents atyear.,; 'If you will send us t it
; the chief earning power of the people 100 a portion of which is In the
r Ollie Cayson Frank Calkins Paul Linn order can'ge
your you
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. of Florida=: here
oranges grapefruit, Hugh Brush. city limits at $50 per and on easy

;f '11 A Full and,Complete Selection of' lemons limes, grapes plums, pears HIGH SCHOOL. payments. R. D. Waring &; Co. 19-tf The KIsslmniEe
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peaches, and nearly all known vegetables -
'DRY'GOOn's NOTIONS SHOES AND NINTH GRADE.-Bertha Bryan Pau New Bungalow. ..
h some of which are celery lettuce Elliot. Valley Gazette

'GENTS' FURNISHINGS cauliflower, potatoes, onions beets, to No. 461-New 5-room bungalow on \..
TENTH GRADE.-Helen Alice
matoes green peppers peas, etc. McKenzie lot 60x142 feet located within three tn.
t AGII NT fOW WMITMaiV TAIUOWINCN. 00. In this section of the State are the Stute, Nellie Calkins, Aarold Buzza blocks of Broadway the main business
II Edward Newton. street and in one block of Osceola ,
; .. ?I A., ,S'. GILBERT KISSIMMEEt' I vegetables produced that are consumedIn high school. Price 1400. H. M. Atlanta Semi-Weekly

all the northern states during toe ------ Breaker &; Co.' 16-tf Journal
winter months when prices are high.

hundred crates of and Pupils who have made an average of i
Eight celery
Oliver. Mattie Stanford Nellie Hansel both oaa. 3r.avr I

500 hampers of lettuce and 100 barrelsof 90 per cent or more in their studies, Dorothy Wells, George Roberts. I

potatoes; or 600 crates of tomatoes, with not less than 80 per cent In any
iifFUR B DIVISION. Janette Harriet
Sullivan FOR ONLY $1.75Send : : .
and of not less '
can be produced from one acre each subject an average Rodgers Harry Schell. .

TALK ; price of celery $1.25 than 90 per cent in deportment : ,1'0
IT URA' year average per FIFTH GRADE.-Paul Beuter, Frank
( I THIRD GRADE -Lila May Williams
rate, lettuce 90 cts per hamper potatoes John Sadie
Bryan Edgar Bryan Bryan liWANTEDfTo
.' Verona Edna Francis In Your Subscription -
Fouts Harvey -
13.50 per barrel tomatoes $1.00 Theresa Delta Ruby Duke Grace Gilbert

t. ", I'y:! per crate. This year they sold much Kritz Dorothy Roberts Lois Over- Norma Griffin Joseph Santiago

,'\ ..1, ". A woman noticing the battered condition of her higher, but above prices are the average street Alta Kulp. Nellie Bowen Maud Stratton Story Allie May Cummins, Right Away ;.

Tiner Thelma Gilbert Thelma Woodall
{"*j: : ,; 'husband, asked if he !had: been In 'an encounter. Five, f. o.acne b. Kissimmee/ is all two Ionian Harris Elizabeth Linn Edith Gordon Bass Jewell Tyndall. To Iku paper, not to the Atlanta

'. '"Worse than that," he replied. "it was a bargain Killer Carleon Bryan Hansel. SIXTH GRADE.-Isa Cain Elsie Deitz W eekJ .
? May Journal.
: .si .it. men can attend to intelligently and is Willie Gets, Christine Ivey Beulah McKenzie ,
.cpunterl"' There are some things, you cannot Ethel Bass, Bessie LaLonde, Leida
: : : equal to 160 acres in northern states in / Muriel Prentis Margaret'Stan

f" ,buy at a bargain counter without being battered producing returns in value. Net returns Gaines Ila Pansier George Deitz, Bryan ford Emma Holt. ..

I and beaten., One of these is PURNIT.URE. of $600.00 to $1,600 per acre I.the Simpson Lytton' Cosens Add Gilbert SEVENTH GRADE.-Lois Johnson Ed- .'

; 1 It might take: some time .to prove; this.( Here is rule where lands are intelligently Abie Johnston Frankie Woodall die' Campbell James Oliver Charlie
1 Elmo Griffin.
farmed In the trucking/ sections.
Jessnp, Amy Makinson Blanche Lawson We Offer
in at: convenience and
a simple way-come your FOURTH'GRADB-A Bowen -
Corn and hay do well ; and it is now Blanche Cain Gladys Osier, Lyn-
/tR lee immense stock of Nellie Lucile Downing
/ the Cain Grace
} demonstrated that alfalfa and clover ette Hogan Edna Calkins Robert Jackson : At Wholesale '
Eleanor Graves j
take to the soil and climate here. Nettle Hewing, Percie Herbfert: Little.

''i' ; '. Furniture and Housefurnfshingsf EIGHTH GRAD" Ethel Gilbert; the following parcel.of Orange Vegetable ,J
. *. We all know that in no other line of Dollie
. be had sub-irrigation) is cultivators/
:.r V ""we'have"and you will be surprised at the low activity can there be found such certain Alford. Lillian.\ Prentls, Abbi*. Harris, and General. Farming Land !
of the soil producers ot food '
I applies. located. in Orange county Florida.
constant and permanent profit as that 'Grace Winn, Maurine Dann. Laura ,
'. make and the payments and Thousands of needed '
prices.we you easy people are to en Terms furnished
f offered today In cultivating the soil. "'om....Effle: Baas, Lola Linn Celeste :

t' i be In.good shape: when you get home. The rush of people to city life, the in- gage in cultivating the soil to -supplythe Moseley Mattie Bell Harris LessieHaye 'No. 1'-1'.<<0 Acres at $20 an acre.
needs of the people/ who need to be
t .i crease 411 business in manufacturing Marie Boyd.: Ollie Cayson,Harry No. 2-840 Acres at 114 per acre.

.. districts, the wonderful great number supplied. WheUsI. Frank Calkins, Paul Linn ,No. 8-1.264 Acres at $14 an acre. ". '
All the above No. 4-612 Acres at $16 an acre.
INSTALLMENTS can truthfully
CASH OR you say
.. . of people employed in other pursuits can not? Hugh Brush Fred Snyder. No. 5-810 Acres at $16 an acre. J" I

than cultivation of the soil, has taughtthe you Juan,BCHOOU No. 6-760 Acres at $15 an acre.

.r people of all nations the necessityof And if so, let's make this Osceola NINTH GRADE.-Lela McAdoo, Paul No. 7-960 Acres at 12.75 per acre. .

-.;;; Day and each one send a copy of the No. 7J-640 $12.50 an acre. ?i
securing larger productions of the Elliott. Harris Downing Lena McAdoo
r KISSIMMEE< FURNITURE CO. paper to some friend acquaintance or No. 8-1,120 Acre. at 12.75 an acre. .
soil Bertha Bryan Nina Bratton. Edna 9-600 Acres at $20 an acre.
relative to come, see and be convincedthat
''r J. E. RUSH Manager.. In every walk of life, among all classes Schweikart. No. 10-480 Acres at $20 an acre. 1.
Florida will be good for all their
I71 is the high cost of living being felt. TENTH GRADE.-Nellie Calkins, Helen No. 12-600 Acres at $12 per acre.
OPBRA HOU8B, NEAR NEW DEPOT ailments, and an opening to success and No. 18-660 Acres at $15 an acre. '
la the ordinary ratio as census is taken McKerl>tie. Harold. Buzza, Edward New.
No. 14 610 Acres
fortune in a mild climate.As at $14 an acre. I t
; ten yean from now, the inhabitants of ton. No. 16-640 Acres at $12.76 an acre. .,
I close
this, a friend tells me he
z this country will require double the TWELFTH GRADE.-Inez Canon. No. 17-600 Acres at $11 an acre. R

1 products of the soil than are produced has just sold his hay cra. grass that No. 18-800 Acres at $12.76 an acre. .

grew voluntarily last year on 10 acres Lacy not No 19-1,040 Acres at $12.76 an acre.
today. or tardy
of land for $800.00 cash.I No. 20-920 Acres at $12.75 an acre. "
It most naturally follow that a sure during the year, but by mistake his -
ART NOVELTIES would like to write of many more TITLE BONO AND GUARANTEE .4
return If not fortune lies to the tillerof name was Monday night
the soil. matters In detail but time space and a COMPANY v'.'t tly

desire to leave room for all you local Number of weeks the various trades a..MIIORD FLORID i

rr GIFTS AND SOUVENIRS The necessities of life all must have people to give :your views cause me to have had none tardy during the year: 18- and vegetables are always In demand.- '
: close tef this time. 12th, 82 weeks; llth, 27; 10th, 2; 9th, .

rr ...... \ What is needed today; and especially More anon A, 91 9th. B. 8; 8th, 8 ; 7th, I ; 6th, A. rent for summer furnished l.:

: ': Next Door to in the'-trucking''sections-,'of' Florida, KISSIMMEE FARM LAND BOND;.LOAN& 9;,6th. B,.17$ '5th, A. 141 6th, B, 7j or partly furnished house; close*

.CASH STORE PostofflcexiJisb (which like In all'the states is confined INVESTMENT COMPANY, 4th, A, 12;; 4th, B.'3: 3d, 10; 2d. 4J; In. Not and too be large.- Must conven-U' "' 1' .<,
{ to small where wells encee reasonable. L. K,.D.;: ;
areas' flowing : can.tft By"ANDREW. JOHNSON;"President.. Ist'A,7i 5 let B, a.- J\ ,care. of Valley Gazette..'

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Order: ,of 'P bllc&t on. BUY TIE/I !/* ;ESTATE i M'!'8B1111ow.s', .. _. ., :1oliungslowa _.. .,. ..0 ''.,

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'CII'CII1I1'CoGrti.i Meventb Judicial Circuit QOeeltCouetyStapof '
1';: Florida InIn (:baea.ry.Jam. seem to have had a peculiar I' I ,

.. GRAYONE .. E.DcrU. Complainant T. Charles Joy, fascination for the'Am.rican'public ,CARDS Artificial Stone Works' y
i. tG.IIaJb..r., and All PAraoo. CUIraln '
.aa lalermt Jo ibe Property IB This Itlil Good Habit Tor Young. Mfln, WorkIngon during the 'past few years and it .to a tr WHOI.SSAIS AMD .TAIL 5 y

D iIol1bed, ie.a.-BIU N lltemow CIou4, fascination Lime, Patent Plaster, Plaster'
Mrs., ALL tuI ftAI from TU... .a Salary. met altogether to rp MI: RIVERS M. D. Pans Fire \
pment. '
To All Whom It Mr Oonoern I' understand,.>lnce'the. one-story building Clay. Plaster ,
; ; 2.60 to 8.60 per day. It appearing the iworn of com- The real state 'buying habit It a combines all the modern conveniences PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Hair Building Blocks House
m..t In .IIoOc'u. II. .. Piers Chimney Blocks Sidewalk
Special by week or month. 1 bar InlerMtad In the prop.rrtj inv ollved la Ibli par- /good on. 'for a young mars or'a 'CMlhgl! of the modern flat with the loca- Office Osoeola Pharmacy 1PHONE911 Tile.! Common Brick. Fire Brick l'

:I; a .. JII..... .... L L POITEI. 1Ir. ' nit that,the other nama than of,euab the known panda: defendant, *o lnuimu*; and. woman*wt>rking ,ion a alary to formal! tion of a suburban home, -says the over Residence 63. '3 in. Tile 4 in. Tile, .Drain Pock> 9I

:: are unknown to the complainant; and that re It is a habttlthat grow on ono and re/- Jacksonville t 118 .ta.C'pres.Latb. ,
: Fla. OtDoe
It. .
*+. 1 I .| . 4 iii.+ + + 1 + Hal la prayed In uld bill of complaint I agalnituoh Metropolis. al,motto te quick. ......and email profit. i \
unknown dalendaatatIt suits iln -achievement of,indep ndienco Great 'numbers of >bungalows have foot work and rood ._IIL.: t.all and. cat "

U Therefore Ordered' That all partleeclaiming :'thatwould }ibe> slow in coming been built in ... EverythlnaruaranUwd aatlafae* ''t ,
California and to toryea.
an Intaraat In and to the foltowlog no WINN ? money refunded. W..n. Broad '
: described' property altnata In the County ol through almost. any other e annel. : lesser extent'In' Florida where theyare W .L. wu and. Midland R. K. Phone '141. x xAuA.
: Onoaola and Hlate oI I '
.Florida. u" wltt
W. I YDJUUlOBeat D Z The north' half of the northeast qDa....'of It does not 'takea a large amount of used for all-the-yar"bouees. The PHYSICIANR.etnasosPMOr.U "

the aontbext quarter of Hectlon Sixteen: In capital to become the owner of a valuable climate ,
lownahlp Twbtr ar..wlh of Baaira T..... makes living;: in a bungalow ,
tv-nlne.,do appear to the oomplalnant'e )i piece of ,property ,in1 or'around Idea throughout the Kuanmnu.Ownam '
bill of oompUlnt,herein Sled on or before the year. Prone VI. FMMUDA.P '
lit day of July, A. O. 1912, else, the...d bill will KlBsimmee., The monthly payment The charm of the, bungalow is not idarllt/katt.alVdk

ba And taken It la aa Farther nfaaaed.Ordered That this orde. plan thafhaa'' been In operation hereaforsome due Altogether I to Its low cost or Its ar- r M.. TILLER 1

X be pnbliahed onoe a week for twelve oonaeen- yean enable people of most mod> tistUJ ',exterior, but to the fact that a | .THOMASON .
tUe weeki In the I''
publlahed. In pale Valley County Oaaetta of|OMeola a newspaper, emu ofFlorid. crate 'means to invest in real estate; greajt proportion of the''American people = Heal estate Agency. ''
., and of "0.'" olraulatton In aald and theee (investments though email )
Estate oonnty.Witneai. desire to'live more 'aimJy and_with PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

the Honorable,Jamei, W. Perkins, afford Just as large percentage of profiton less convention, as this style of home NaeaaaesMaaaanaa.. .j
Judge of hard court, and my name aa 'Clerk \ t
thereof and the official aval'of said Circuit, the Investment as those made'b1capltaU.ta. affords. Office Phones. 74 and 3. Residence 126 \ Realty bought and sold. r
Court thla' the llth day of April I, A. U. IVl'i.I )
'a. O. JOHMBTeH. ,There is probably no one who does Houses rented..

Peal) Clerk: ClroollCourt. If you look Into it you 'will notice not'' occasionally long for a place .in JR. B. D. WIENENGA , J Taxes paid and Titles verified (
W. J. Bean! Solicitor for Complainant! :
KISSIMMEE that people who commence trading in which he can wear his old clothes with VETERINARIAN JJ for non-residents. i '

'FLORIDASU.BULLOCK Notice. small real estate parcels are within, a comfort, smoke his pipe In peace, and STOCK TREATED: fORALL J. Fire, Life and Accident'. In.' l'J, y

comparatively short time dealing In bring his children in the simple and surance.
S To All Whom It May Concern:'' up DISEASES: .
That on the Srdday. of June A.D. 1'12.1 will property that costs from $5,000 to '10,- natural and It is to this 4 Indemnity Bonds 1 ':
way vague ,
to the Honorable Jamae W. Perkins, Jbt'18I' . f
( : apply of the Seventh Judicial Circuit at Ie.rnr.U 000. A email investment in real estate longing for a simpler and less artificial ORLANDO. FEA. . .. ... :
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Land or wh' court an "V' r
thorlty to .; ; about .lbto; even on the monthly payment plan," life that the great popularity of1. the ,..

of age pa."",e -known leads naturally to a larger'one. little artistic houses we call bungalows TR. N. L. BRYAN' 1 .
H. D. Oelf er;Solicitor. 17-tt i Few, if any ever commenced real ; Is due.* ,, '

' 5 'REAL ESTATE estate trading by purchasing an offl e DENTIST

......-..........-. Notice, building on a busy corner. They wind Qua Detachable Clincher Tire. Squires Building .

' INSURANCE To All Whom It Mar Concern: up by doing that. The record will New York Avenuei\ ,
That on the Bid day of June, A.D, IUI2. I will Tire fitting is not always the easy '
show that the wealthy real estate ownsen St. CLOUD FLORIDA
apply to the Honorable' James W. frrkina. task motorists could but the Iv
Judge of the BavenOi Judicial Circuit, at Da. of
today began by buying property
Examination of Titles Land or wherever lb. court may ba for an. Michelin Tire Company bas minimized J. W. SIMPSON
aSpecialty. !/ to adopt Louie M Mitchell about nix year costing only a few hundred dollars some pK.) v:,
of age. pamua unknown the difficulty withthe introduction of
OKO. B FISHER. fifteen or perhaps twenty years ago. ,Moneymakingstrains .
i H. D. G.I..... Solicitor. Its 1912 Quick Detachable Clincher. An DENTIST, I
17H' The small investor who cannot affordto .' for market growers .';
important advantage of this tire is thatit
$5 f 10 month into Upstairs In Katz Building. Stakes' "Ben.- Beet -, ,
Notice ot Executor tot Final put over or a a Earr, Tem I.
Correspondence Solicited.FLORIST building lot, should not be discouraged.He Is very easy to put on any Quick Detachable OmoRI HOURS: f .. m. to 12 m. A winner wherever grow*. Eepeci j ,

f Discharge? rim. It eliminates the necessity -. 1.30 to Q:30 p.are 10 aLe 9orgA. .. oc. :
----- In Coors of the County Judge, State of Florida. stands on exactly the same footing for laborious fitting. It simply Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. lr isiwri 1.00a 1b.3.75. ; ,
ealale of Martha deeesed
In Turllugtou
A. .
the business who
man ScMaa'
prosperous Eta4ar4
Oeceola county.rlotireia drops on the rim without forcing and Special GLbe. T--s.
hereby ct..D.0 all whom It ma> decided ft would be the part of wisdom' ; w. w. CARSON .seed Ia aLe _W. ....
that on the 10th day of May, A. D1WU. without the use of tools. i DR.) I Sfedal Strain.01 Beet \ ,
.rob for ,.Cucumber Mutt.tttelo. .
apply to the :Honorable' Ueo, F. !aim to invest say, $5,000 a year I in; of 1 ,,
Another feature I. the elimination Watermelon,
1'arker Judge of aald Court, aa Judge of Probate real estate. DENTIST etc. ".
for a final dlaeharge aa executor of the the inside envelope flap or tube pro- 1 Send me 7ou U of seed want and. |MI| ,
estate of Martha A.: ,des eaeed and Good real estate is value ,
Turlington ; increasing in I
': Cut Flowers and Floral Designs I ,bat., tha lame time 1 will pre-e.' my naaaoonunta tector, which has usually been considered Office over Cole's Jewelry Store quote von mv epecial wholesale. price lot .
all the time. It will be almost I market aidenen. AJ...
aa executor of said oatata, and ark for soon ( rale write
for occasions. a eviL The absence of Office Hours: 8-16, 1-6
all their necessary 1 today for
approval.Dated impossible to obtain it at price. my aiaeienn uTaatratea1 catalag
I t Potted Plants and Roses a November 1Mb.A. D. lull. any protectors simplifies the fttUne'of Inner Office phone 158 m -frM.
R. o, Ms.[. Residence lots in the best section. of Residence 23
specialty. 46-lmoemo executor tube., reducing the danger of Walter P. Stokes. Seed_
the city are constantly soaring higherin
q well the labor formerly Dept. 87 .' '
pinching as as 1
Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL Notice to NonResidents.I price, sending the buyer further and E. DERBYSHIRE, M. D.. PkOadelplJ.
involved when
protectors were fleassary. -
lu Circuit Court Beveath. Jndlclal Circuit, O;. further out into the suburbs. .'
eeola(brb'y, Slate of Florida-In Chancery.Jamea j i E. Davis, Complainant, ... Charles Joy, The young man who forge. ahead of The Michelin Quick Detachable Special attention given to the .. .
J. Charlea Gallagher and All Other Persona his fellows is the one who buys land. ; treatment of Women and
Claiming Intereat In the Property In Tlila Clincher is shaped full and round QU Children.
J. W. THOMPSONDIRECTOR Bill Described, Defendanta. The prosperous people of today are the --.
tread is broad and flat. The side walls '
It appears' by affidavit appended" to the bill identical ones who only a f.wye.n ago
filed in the above elated cause that Charles are properly proportioned to assure Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE: 184 ennethp. ButIe :1:1BPRBER
bought land in the suburbs of the city
Joy and J. Charles Uallagher. the defendantatharaln maximum durability without ..acrlftclngrelill.ncy. 24-3roospd :
.' named arc non residents of the Htate and secured the benefits of increased - r
of Florida and whose rrldenoeisurknown, .
end that. they are over Urn age of 21 ream; It Utherefore values, due to the growth of the city. P.A. VAX.AOMEW Tw.
"ERAL ordered that said non-reeldent defendanta It is believed by the Michelin Com-
be and they are hereby required to The prosperous people of the future AGNEW & CRAWF'ORDATTORNEYSATLAW
J 1SEN and appear to the bill. of complaint flled. In said will be the ones who invest In propertyat pany that car owners will appreciate a VANS SHOP. '
oauae on or before Monday, the Sd day of June tire of advanced design that at once '
A. D.. 1H11 otherwise. allegation; of rid present prices and share in the rise I 1ry1
bill will be taken .. oonfeaaed paid removes several of the old vexations of
SED EMBALMER by defend
-,' in values that will take place as time
J ante motoring. Offloea: 8-4-HCltlaani\ Bank BnlMIncKlsslmmee Cold Drinks i Cigars'Kissimmee h
It ll further ordered that this order be .pnbllahed passes and the city grows.CONCRETE '
ISIS onoe a weak for eight cou.ecuilvil. .weeks Florida I'
In the Valley' Qaaette a newspaper publlahod ,
In aald County and Stale, HAVE YOU EVER Fla. qf
Opposite Coorthoose This April llth, 1912. PILES .J. I. Moos .. D. ...0_ F
(Heal I) R. O. Jous.rceClerk ,

W.J. Beara. Solicitor for Complainant.Circuit(bourt.IWt TAKEN CALOMEL ? : MOON & GEIGER .

IIIa1, MEa FLORIDA Homestead Notice. Former I Kissimmee 'Man is Inventorof ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice

u.-8., Land Department Office at of Oalneavtlhi the Interior. Florida,?\' an Ingeniou Process., I Next Tone Doa't Do' It,' It's Danjerou State BanklBuilding Sprigg Fleming i i <:? 4

Ap..lI.I.\. IUI20 >
DodWs Lhrer-Toa Kla
lmmee. Florida
$1'or'$2: Acre Month Notice U hereby. riven that. Joaeph H.drain. The new method of protecting: piling Try .. ,

per per cube of Whittier Florida, .b't: on July IS. 11110. from marine life will be more than lattead-It's Safe. .
1 or No. F; KRIBBS .'
Lot a :rz'tl'l'! Township ., welcomed railroads and of G "I'
B.y ........ celery f...... Flowing ...- Reuse M meridian baa died. by owners .. J>.. PRESSING '. 1' .
t' notice' of intention to make Final Commutation docks as the application thereof will You ought to know what a dangerousand ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEB; FLA.

ryJa" Na.drgist..oodarbnoliFrowrdlstrict. Proof to eetabllah claim lo the land above the calomel , .' DYEING a'd C
reduce the of uncertain chemical '
4 .. interest, water and rail tnr.portati. described before thebuntyJud11sat Klaalmmm. -> greatly expense maintaining drag ;
... Oar liberal con-tract allow ... rtorlda, OB the 1Mb day of May 19)1.Claimant ) wharves, trestles, etc.,and will Is. Perhaps you know several Examination of Titles a Specialy. REPAIRING ': '1''
r+ veara t**ejy et Title .... M names aa wttaeaaeeWilliam : A
.... Ma. u.r- Moore .f Whlttler Florida eliminate all further care of same. people who have been salivated by what Notification and payment of taxes of : /, .: :
Banner U. Gay of Whittier.Florida' non-residents Riven careful . '
W. u. McLelland,of Whittler Florida, The apparatus for and method of applying they thought was a very light dose of attention. Leave. word at my house sad olothe .

for Sale John H.BaUden,of Whittler FloridaHKIIBT concrete W'"piling after it has calomel will he called nor and returned. ._
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1\Io6t\ C Rockier. been driven was invented by Mr. J. P, Next time you have an attack of biliousness 'G. JOHNSTON -r J ." ;
No. BOI-An attractive in ROBERT Guarturiteed
home Pine
Fox. of Tampa, Fla. formerly of this or when your liver has gotten Satisfaction, ; r'r'Zf.CCAIrLISZ'ER' '
dale. This property I. just outside of Notice to Non-Residents.
city, and on which letters'patent were sluggish come to Kissimmee Drug ,*- -" r'J

city limits on high ground. House is In Circuit Court State of Florida" -Seventh. granted January, 1912. has been found Company's store and ask for a bottleof ATTORNEY AT LAW . '
< ,Judicial Circuit 0CooolI. Chan-" . $
contains ally \
r two-jtory.and eight rooms, '
y 0DrT. to be .the only practical and perfect Dodson's Liver-Tone. You will find '

,' >6stere4 and, r'hard, oil finish two H. K. Hedrlck. Complainant, va George W. Lit- method of, from and KI88IMEEE. FLORIDA :
preserving idling the it tasted liquid a perfect
.1'j"7' porches, fine well and large barn. This ll4io'aad Sarah M.O. LluletonDefendanta. a pleasant J I :Ktmtmmee'ts r '
f' r" house Is located on a five-acre tract; ''It appearing by affidavit appended lo the bill teredo and other-marine life.The substitute for calomel in .ery..pect
\ ' 'lad la the.bov tated eauae that George W. farm o. ...- T. mirror WAMAWft ""," ODrllleria ,
; with beautiful view. of tileoIty. and Littleton and Sarah St.O.Littleton, the dafend- concrete can be applied jn any and without the dangerous. after-effects late ColI..... for Judge of tile I '

,lake.truckdn adapted :fruits ante therein.". of the depth of water, and tests of more than of calomeL. Florida a. a. c-. f Iiea Cent, drill
I' and This prropertys;ean. be State of Florida and are of Spencer prepared. .to "
had for 43,800 on very favorable terms. Btate! of Maw York,.overtbe are oftw.ntyonf two years' duration -on .the) Tampa Dodaoa.ILly..Ton.',+' siva the liver MASSEY WARLOW. *3ll
,Q,: yeare It la therefore ordered that amid nonrealreadthuela Northern terminals at Hookers Point' just the amount of cenUe stimulationIt *: '
1p WIU introduce customer, to o and deal. be and are.hereby required to ,ARTESIAHWELLS -' : ,,
.", :let them deal direct h.'M.Bnsk bill of complaint filed In aalcanae Tampa. Fla., fully prove the durability needs to Induce it to ,do its work ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORAT .

't, ,A Co. 18-tf A.on D or 19ra.before otherwise Monday,the the allMttopi third altJun. of ofjdhlilwlUbeaakan of this-method of protecting piling. \.'' properly and thoroughly. Kisslmmee LAW In any,section ofTen YIsddJ 7'q
'. Freetiee hi an tile Oearta e f the Btate and atUM
.., ss oouleeeed by ea,: The consists of circular wooden give-you batoM .., ,
process Drug Company | your mosey StaU* ale the Florida BaU.liartn -- :
fondant.It la further ordered Out this order be forms -which'' the ....dUCacl.ldm .., Md tile tetanut* CvmmmtOoiwnl q+ 4
pnbliahed encase piling to back any time Dodson's Liver-Tone .... of "ffi
for.Salt, on'Oe.week for four oonaeouUve ...... years successful Well r
In the Klaalmmee. Valley OameUe. a newspaper the required, depth said forma being fails to prove itself a perfect. substitute ..-,.. CBAMJsnoM BUM. ORLANDO FLA. Drilling I. a Guarantee of my'i"\ s+

Yt... V Npi429-LarKe' on which! !Is locate published Thla.\ atrd In day said of snooty April A.and D.stale 1VI2K. .. watertight and from' ,which. all water for calomeL --, .41 yrANDREK Ability .to produce the'beat :. ,j-'."

.. ,;one ven-room and one three-room .,O. JOHNSTON and )mud are pumped and a drop bottom JOHNSONATTORNEY -results.. ,,; ", ,'

house. Large i;boose'la: Ifghted<<) with By EH: dark abet Circuit Johnaton.Court.: bucket which 'Is'', constructed to The New Senator In'Town., 1 we. ,: ,! p

Deputy clerk.- conform to the wooden forms into AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW TVVO', 'AND' FOUR INOH'c', : ;
drswiohesonSolicitorfor ,
'electricity baa toilet and) kitchen sink A Complainant.Gall DOn:
Arthur E. fim, no longer a candidate *
IHI which the ,concrete is deposited la Will Practice in all Coaita.State WELLS" .A,, .PECIALT.Y' ::
'small house also has sins; and toilet,' we ,, '
but elected
Virtually an senator, and Federal '
this manner the concrete! deposited at a -: ', :."fKtrteimmee.5loridek'
j.4 ,
"fw'':; : r will sell this as a whole or' separately. (for Republican County depth of twenty-fiv.6r thirty feet in paid Orlando a visit. this-,morning. He Office adjoining Broadway P. 0. Box 844- ::0"
, ... ie located :
1: 1t 4 ." This. property will pay the water is as perfect In mixture as It looked aa ,happy as a baseball tan, and ,i ClbzenaBank KJssimroeer. ''" '

hJt 10 per-cent' on investment if' rented. Convention and Precinct said he,was grateful to all bis 'support .
}: S Price of,.both'..houses '$2,000.' H. My Is when applied above water mark, as ers. Reporter-Star. ........... l a R_woooematJENKINS .'Y('
there) is no possible chance for the concrete ,
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Breaker & Co. \ Meetings n : t
... to separate, as each bucketful is ft WOODHAM ," ,
I' \ 'I 'I'b.\+ReNubSan'pr.dneI' ineatlnm i will be : O.poaIt.ecI\wlth t any fall right In !its Biz Bargain' In a'Home.. : 1"N'
' held In the eight preolDota of Oeeeola Countyon
for Sale May, 14. elect delegate lo the. Corny : proper place. Splendid new six'room: house Just In* SURVEYORS Grow1:;
Convention. Lack preeinnt .la entitled to I I.a. side limits fine lot I Florida' (
1.X.. No. 229-A 'very" desirable 4roomeottager . delenln for each ten Bepnblloan voteraKeaent After the concrete hardens, which is city deep'well, contains ; HGgimmee'S '

who will pledge themselves to iiipport usually about ,five days, the wooden two, acres oft ground good new ., 'FloridaTne : "
''i', j, located within-one block of ubtlea.ticket or nomlneee la ibe November Fortrnckeraaad frnli ._.....'For" ,
'\ ;;: O.Npia.ounty house :ia best next election. Preclude not aendlngrepreeentatlvee forms are removed and a uniform concrete barn wagon and buggy sb.da and all ,, ' .. I folk.. who want te know about Flor1lyrte 'a
court. res.jdence
tv t delegate
,one will be appointed under Fine location . t4a. Weekly $1.0))per w.ry mo.ah '
the piling which .is permanent. i Is the' ,good,1new' fence : _, .
f section: of city. House Is new, by Chairman or the County : He 1(10 for.leo ieeue Hlrtalaubaeriptioei t
Committee Precinct meeting will .1'b"; .:: result. for small truck garden or poultry aaneh. : ...\\IPY''........0..., ,
eelleffthrongnt; city water; lot 73x one member for County Committee and one
'm S ': feet additional member for each. 100 qualifying- By the .use' of concrete applied to The Ie'a fine proposition where you Home, THE FLORIDA ROWER '
< : 147) PrIce( 1250. Let as show publican ........ In preclude. Precincts notsending 1 i .
this rottaget H.:; U...Qreaker ft Cow 'II member,one wlU be appointed by theCaaliman piling by this'procesa it will be seen at will have the freedom'of the country, MOO FtorUU Ava.....TamM,Fla.;,'.(I '
:\ 13-tfoq: of County sasoutte.0pmesittea.That. one to be'the only perfect process now yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages ;
;; will be held at HI. Cload. Florida a of the city. such as splendid high
" Bepublleaa i onnty Convention July 18th known to protect. piling from the destructive : school, best gmarket. churches" BakeryMan; ;
ISll: to noulnate ticket and etc. '
a eon our tnt :
1' ,. marine) life and if used when Price;$ unman &
'. ,} such other bualneaa aa may come before the OO.'l] ,H. Jbl. Co.
'i Good News convention. : Is driven .48-tt desires to thank 'the citi'gene '
: W.'VAS piling gut will save thousands : '
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i ffE
>. We have secured a few E and 10 acre Chatrm.aCo.atl Kxecnilve! Committee. of dollars each year which I. nownecessary ,and ,visitors for their -' 0 : : ; p
: :, friiit i and'Truck Land. pstlence during; the rash for '
tract of theftneat fruit 'and truck
County7Raeatlvd to maintain large docks, trestles HERB IS A etlARANTBBD CURBDoat
Secretary .
',' t, I Committee.Apopka's ., Bread. ID future we will .
leads within half mile of theH.r'lat.tbe ,
a IIJ.tI be dlefurnrad by a* naazhtlr Goitraanour \ .
very etc. 'We have five
and ten tracts in have
limits,'which we can- ''I! acre a larger variety/goods. .. neck that will mealy keen larriaaiim..alee 1
ct '. low-'price-of.'$60.00 ,per: acre..Kis- This process ia now being need in Liberty Parkthe,; most desirable, suburban on band. and aw shaking and otter nnplaaaaat 9mF''' + i

"f' '....m.. is expanding so 'rapidy I these Board of. Trade.. Jacksonville by the :Cummer' .Lumber property on the market which Hot RoHe..'Cream Biscuit ---r.'H. t"") .OINT.S.NYteHtayCeiredU- ..: ,

( t: lands will soon be alroost'in town and Company on their extensive docks; for--your' consideration ;and Bread (white ... "Attet ...Uoltre ;: "" a
wtU be worth many times the prices Apopka is getting ready to dive deep we are offering and.brown) Joa have tried evenrtUaw eke ran rasa, f
)J f Into the swim--good lack to her. She at prices that are attractive. We will for Breakfast ever heard U the yea wlU aeprertete. tile naJ
< t _keclllOday.'' Do not ro miles Into the ' merit rf this. i....!>.' It la. perfectly karmdoee .,, 1 ,,
iI" country for small tracts at any price has organised a board of trade with Ktssimmee a. .Nearer Neighbor. be pleased to show these tracts to prospective Cream Puffs ,Monday and. ., eo.vnfatMaw" not eelov the)akm erCn n

'.5 5 while you can get such. these at this thirty-five active and enthusiastic members purchaser. at any time. I Do not Thursday. and oftener, eae any anpnoathM dhmueaf wkatoeres will pwdure and More we ruamutee ActMl that..-. .

;:\ 'pianos. Boon,. there- _1U'be no such ,.....of whom constitute a unit for Now that the new telephone; fall to see this property before purchasing I if called forM ;, . anlta thaa. a'ntanthremedy. ..._ .tnt with any* ether.* '.k, t
opportunities as this :as all' apead ear am.o money for wortern 4
.:i.r',,' .... noel gathered up. :The quantity effective work.. t ween 4 Orlando' and Kissimmee' }is work ; as !it baa' tJie advantages, off being T; .0 a'varietr of Cake: -'...." .but Head SO Cant for. P_". ,. .t V
: "' Unlimited and wUl,.Wn be." taken. Plan. for an' tsetrip'lljrht plant are ing a conversation, with the ,Osceolacapital < close toe and on th*":very( be. ', paved 'on hand at all Sad apex W the"II"U'.O&.te"-aaat lianJy the kid. that ye.yea haf'sat 'V', y

.q Other lands.'little netVer In. but now being perfected, and aa ice plant ia already is quite pleasant:) .The'line bubeen road In the county, convenient1'1 the time. : 5,...reed, __stun. tile.. smpy '. \'
sold we will refund" rear atheee
:tf MtUr. /have recently V at one n.course of construction laeveryway / .
city school aad 'ehareh Five havtne Lance, Oottreaf Laws;
instituted some two weeks It ia a : acre .
... haY. A'popkat 'feeling th..,upward ; ALFRED SMITH I to aiv.thai remadv. .trial- Bead silver .y . y
".> .. . 1 'tracts $250.'and $300.' ,H: 1C.. Breaker .. ,,. '
': 1"4 : ry' ,a a.. "p..' sunr/of pro.perity's' wa.-Or- fulmetalUccI.andoReporter- 4Nf fMertvemeddwillheaantaramU. : .
....,,1" '..,... 8-u ..: .11...: ... '* CO. lando $en DeL, /* Star..' ..1'1 .A Co.; Haifa Meaiaely" Yeah. "... ..:x..w.," , .
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,The. Waters &. Carson' [1N iJ I I1 r 5 T- RECITAL Department of -. ;.,. '

# Grocery Company Cures all Diseases +' ',

Caused by Impure or OSC'EOLA' HIGH' SCHOOL r
..'' -** .
' Wholesale' and Retail Dealers In- Poisoned Blood.R1eat.ullisE.seta.l.dlOMleraNrervatt.aeae. The ..
J Jd commencement ;season of the cal. ''contest by; 'the pupils of the first

l..__,Bio.IBBM..|.... ...... 7.o tw Mr". r F' Osceola High School was opened moat four grades. The children; by their
GROCERIESWEB .... P.eaed7.. auspiciously .
on I Wednesday night by a fine playing of the selections, reflected +t
Good Pure Blood will m.... yon .tro.. and"*.Itb,.. W. tN recital given under the
'furnt.this rmdy. to put....r.blood In four.d..and tons : direction of the credit alike upon themselves and their j
up th*. ,curlnc all dl******rultlna from Impur or polond' department of music and "
-' _: --- --. ,-,-'-- . blood. It ha*mad thousands: 01 wonderful curei-many of which 1er.90 Mrs expression, Instructor. The second dart was by '
Medical Record. t teacher.
a older pupils and was equally1creditable .1
SELL WE BUYHAY MRS. JOB PERSON REMEDY SAVED PROMINENT CITIZEN'SLBQ Part one'of the program was a musi- and enjoyable

r UK*.'|oi riuon-s aiMior co.. Moor Cnst.H.C. PART I. .\ j '
Klttrell.H. C. 1
HIDES Deal..... renoe t I wai lto.bled with a breaMai oat on mr 1 I.,. It came tnt In 1 MUSICAL CONTEST
I GRAIN tbs 10..01*very Jarae njaalna;Km. Alter about month It oooiaieDced to.....*!,aad . .:
conUuT until ball of from the. ana ...... .
FURS oa mr lei ru lnKM I eolid toie. At 1 -- ---
time I....nMrto'' ..Iko 1 triad. vatiooi. madlclnei. and pbnlclani but It coiitinaed to.pmd
; FERTILIZERS aad let._ I wu talklni to a frtead about bivlnr it amputated but wiaparaaaded FIRST GRADE PUPILS .. '
N WOOLSHINGLES to try Mrs loa Penonl Remedy. 1 botubt mar ol tb.remfrdr and wua and It '
tt I very sow .becaa lo Improv..dl am now perlocUr well aialn. 1 "Grandfather's Song" Leonard Rush '

BOXES AND. ......J-.......n'*Remedy I old Indian remedy made from the Juice I y 2 "The Contented Bird" Lillie Hansen I'
of IrimiLnr*! m herba, .t.rdwhit.conditionthuepreoervlnc S "Swing Song" Lillian Rush
ALL the full strength of the herba. Thn herbs are found In the neigh/ M
ORANQE WRAPS, borhood of the Tar Klver In North Carolina, and their medicinal 4 "Roses" Margaret Lee
.u.Hues were"flret dlcovred: by th*Indian who'left the formul Daniel Rowe,
COUNTRYPRODUCE with th.Pereon family. It I*mad to-day xactlr I like It 5 "Leola Waltz" Lottie Clark
VEGETABLECRATES washy:*Indian*and I*guaranteed under the National C..W.. Krogman'>
Pun end Drug Laws to b.absolutely I pur*. r G "Airy Fairies" Grace Graves
Mra.Jo*P.rlOn..II..dp I.Bold at all drug atom '
CRATE NAILS In SI.Ov bottle. ale bottlee for SS.OO or 12 bottles for 7 "Little! Fairy Waltz" Mamie
SlfUM. Purcha a bottle from your dnigglet to-day. Pilley Streabbog
You have.CUre within your rch and you 8 "The Joyous Peasant" Edith .
., should not delay vetting your blood 'n.o.' Miller Robert Schuman'
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. food pure condition. Writ ui for testimonial 9 "Love's Chidinga" Valeria Hogan Julius
and record ol many / Becht
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping Rests Cures made by this. great blood wond.riui.. 10 "Rondino" Margaret Bass Ralph K. Eliker\ ,.

parties.Free ADDRESS 11 "Apna Waltz" Ollie Carson .C. B. Links K +,
delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. M' f

We are county agents for good fertilizars. Ask us for circular MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY CO., 1 The Fairy Barque"SECOND Zola Mayfield GRADE PUPILS M. Small wood 1 I

and price 'on fertilizers. KITTRELL N. C.Red :2 "The Sailor Boy's Dream Rose O'Berry W. Lellachef

Indian Brand Kidney Pill and Liver Pill are the best
Price 2Sc. gospel Sample Free. THIRD GRADE PUPILS

,I "Curion's Story" Gussie Winn Stephen Heller

i 2: "Feast of Roses" Ethel Gilbert '

National of ComminnionMerchant League i ,- 3 "Alpine Horn" Maunne Dann Herman Schurmer Hervey '
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MAKE NO MISTAKE of the 4 "Ours" Grace W\inn\
Cadmus Howard
e United Statea

SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Number "Valse Styriene" Lucy Buckles

r S. H. & E. H. FROST FOR II. WollenhauptPART ..

c I Song The Little Runaway" Margaret; Lee

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2 Duo "Le Pas Des Mignons" Ethel Gilbert and Maurine Dann l;

J a Recitation "Mama's Got a Baby" Lottie Clark I'
4 "The Little Gypsy" Mamie Pilley I;

? r. Instrumental Duet "On the Race Course" Lucy Buckles and Mrs. Rush

G Song "DollyDolly" May Winn
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES I _M'.... .". _,_, .. . _. __ _., __ ..
7 Recitation "Cosy Corner" Dolly Alford

t, II Duo "Minuet in E Flat" LuCy Buckles and Mrs. Rush GobbaerU

9\ Instrumental Trio Margaret Lee, Gussie Wlnn and Mamie Pilley
319 Wnsh.Mston St., Cor. Jay St.. New York "
Decision of Judge and Delivery of Medals. l
References! Aetna !ISat'l Bank, Mercantile Agencies Awarding of Certificates. '

t '(1 T Good Night Song Mamie Pilley. Lilian Rush and Margaret Lee
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tk 1 s 'V- - L5 iT 4. TRAINS, FROM THE WEST 4 :J. "I


Cement and Concrete .. S 9a d.E . ,1.i ATLANTIC. L
' ,Work of all L 'Kinds { LINE;ji
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Phone 58 Mabbette Street "Dixie' Flyer" "Seminole Umited"" .. .

;P"TW Office Phone 132 near DiKingham; Ave. .

_ "South Atlantic Limited" ;"..
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"Montgomery Route" : '
George N. Saunders .

BOAT BUILDER Through Pullman Cars from Chicafo, SL Louis, Cmciuati, ....Iuuui.Wi. !' is;.L.ia ; f :
vile, NatbTiD, Atlanta and Birmiagkam to JaWo.Y 'Ml*'.+:1 1

Alert for"Ferro"and"Eagle" EBjicertt -
& PTIEM ......1..Fin EdlMerbu--- DINING OAR SERVICE 1 j i

q% KISSIMMEE FLORIDA For further information call on or write tot] Ws
>i TMC WMIM TMT HMTfHCO MlMMe SECOND PRIMARY, MAY 28TH W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent KU.lmmM.Flk.. ., ,;: t IV,

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!" Division Passenger Agent.
.Jacksonville, Fla., May 6, 1912. Tampa Florid \


? It appears from the returns in'the race for Congressman-at-Large, ejujta -
N'' .;I Bcarden Building One Block from Depot I y r
and which are now practically complete; first, that I am to be one of WHAT IT MEANS I i

>;;4.-1 .;. JFrosli Florida of all kinds.a the candidates in the second primary to be held for.this office May 28, j .....11 Maar.ballk people of 11" Dot or.oow no c.plu.l whet a wdowwllLkrp DaDIt'S CaPItal..' the... dltter..osD...' .'I ' '
: ,:andVestern a* J* a* 1912; second that the combined vote given to me and the other men ILUII'S CAPITAL AND BDItPLW

who.. were in the first primary with M Claude L'Engle was a very I.. the fund that proteoY lh.deposltor,fI'OIII1ou,"' _lore tea l.rtsr 1& III tae
rester pUOD the dllpOlOllore hares .TAU blot see a .
it; POULTRY ,EGGS. FRESH FISH large majority'against my competitor in the second primary.I Caplu.l ... ...............1' O.0Cb 00 ,
8Drpl.hand el..d..3.................,
rI' ..4 Special Attention to Phone Orders and Free take pleasure in saying that the work for this second primary i is abpthoW.r.' It.Wlltr,. ........................ 117.600 60,000 UO 00 ,.

"'' actively begun and will be carried on in the mail, in the press, and on A total Of.....................,.............127,600-00 .J
Delivery to any part of the City. Thone 189 This.....D.that ws moat I....126,000.00 before sue .. ...
+ .. ,' the stump; at all times fairly and devoid of mud slinging methods; bat UL Z ...&. This prM.otloa V foe YOU. depo.llar oe.M a 4

r n--- the same time vigorously and without any hesitancy in dealing with = lyi
-- - STATE
r - -- ---- - BANK OF KISSIMMEE
y my competitor as he may deserve. I am not campaigning on the i in- --

firmaties of Mr.; L'Engle, or anyone else; but will not'allow him to libelor KIOMIMMaC. .r ..i.C.IDA '

:DOZIBl.;;< LOWS.:;. IflSDRBJICE K ':. JGEHGYThe $C abuse purchased advertising and in his own paper and at the =, V. A. CARTON I'realden' JOIN VIoeo1'rMId.M. LIllI , 8L- 041180N Cub4r I I.

+;, I The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency Osceola! County same time to pose as a paragon of purity. I believe I am capablefighting of %.._._..._.\..\......\............--..._........_......-_ a
in any game he may select (except editing a newspaper devoted -
PHOHB IIS 3tf: to personalabuse, of a fellqw,.Democrat) and I will attempt to 5.,.
make this fight in justice to and to the .
my own candidacy) public determined : 11'i
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!k fS.t ; ---.-- "-- - -. always not: to be a party to II anything'. that will\ lower. the dignity ..NNr....................

... of a Democratic primary. . EMIL MACH' ERNEST MCH .

r I intend to send to the voters,. inclfvTJaally l a complete history of.'. A. 1'.er4 011 <:e.': v
t. my personal and business life, a complete platform of my political principles :
; ; and in addition to this to meet as many of them face to face : EROS.. j r
: I \ Organized April 2d. 1910Deposers
r and hand in hand, and in public speach in this campaign as the limited I

time will permit.i: I pad practically only three weeks in this campaign I :. Livery, Feed and Sale Stableh, h
r' April 3.d.1910, .2t.800.00! _
5 ': ,4 ., Dc 311.t.<1910..120.2..3 before the first primary for active work; my comoetitor had been campaigning Agt. Interulltfoulll Harvesting Co. :

,, _.' '.. ,Dec.3l.t. toil,.l72i Se0.2a ( for six years. I will'always believe that if I had had six I : :

r" -To entrust your banking business to us nifeani thatjyoii will receive weeks I could have lead ,him in the'first. primer\ and with an even II'rT'ts -V:% ':1r38ZTxmIN'GF." Z J

,,it h ,e..i7'''consideration consistent with. good sound conservative banking. start now I promise you that we will have. a real race for the choice of . Everything flew and first class. We render prompt and .

f ) ..PrcalJletttirct Florida's next Congressman-at-Large. satisfactory service day or night t : '
r'yra' ;''X,. >ONEJAN! ; W. A SMITH Casbler "
.< I ask all my friends throughout the State to immediately become c
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rr, > r G' WI'.. Dann 2nd V.-P.rA.. W.WinnrUHCohoon, F. W. Hall. active in my, behalf.- '1 am in the race to'win. Z K>lsaitafneefPla. pPhona'.113NNNNNNNN
.L Ji,. ., -" ., ,c.D;, ;. .C IL, : Yours very'sincerely,and"gratefully; .

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,1 ., c loud I FOR UNDERWOOD Apopka' News. Mr., E. E.: HfLJON' DIES .

I Apopka, April 29-The Apopka Board? \

If It's QualityBuy -- Hon. Wm. Bankhead Addresed the. of by-laws Trade and raet-Hact completing evening its:!committees, adopting. Passes Away in This Cty After a F

I ot and wife and son, A. Voters of This Gty. ,
Mr. J Everyone is enthusiastic Lingering Illness. '
ionday- for North Battle
B. ilo Hon. Wm. Bankhead. of Senate Robert Johnson broke
ion a schoolboy
Mr E. E. Hilton
H expect to retum by Sep- died at .his home at
Nebr.1 Bankhead, of Alabama, addressed a his leg playing baseball at school Fri the Intersection of Brack street andBroadway"

KING WARNS AGAINST DRINK tembe mall crowd at the bandstand Monday day on Friday after a lingering
right, of Orlando bas morning in the interest of the candi- H, H. Witherlngton one of Apopka' Illness. The funeral took place from n

vrnzoursTAR ,6ne'ef Most Powerful Rulers of South beefnr' hg the' paat week at the;' dacy of Hon. Oscar W. Underwood for leading business men,, spent a day in the home on Saturday afternoon at two

Africa Cautions His People Against New kid hotel.1 : the presidency He made a pleasing I Sanford looking after his trucking interests o'clock. ..iMr .
Use of Alcohol./ Canon 'Heft for address that was well received by his at the point. *
Thursday '
e .. Hilton, with his family, came to>
t' $ Word. of M tine, but will return in the hearers A number of prominent local C. M. Grilling' of Griffing'Bros: Co., this city some months ago. Owing to
$ warning alcoholic Ba
against n politicians in stand. and his
occupied seats the party touring the state by au : hi
drink his illness did not form
part of the many acquaintanceships.
kingly ad. fall the l '
Preceding address
the band
played tomobile spent Wednesday night In
dress of one of the most powerful l na- irsday lasc the Hon. Frank To those who knew
UTe rulers of a number of selections Mr. :J, W. Apopka with W. H. Broicaw, going out
South Africa at a great fc e in the Christian church ont him, however, he showed himself a mar ;
celebration Cl Lily of- this city, introduced the 'to Wekiwa Springs before breakfast.
lately held
to :
mark the age of the and al- of splendid character. He was a mostdevoted :
fiftieth anniversary/ of his acceptance speaker stating that he had been born These people are loud in their praise of hUlb.ndand father and .
at Christianity. _.J in favor of the soldiers' in- near the birthplace of Underwood In this section of wasremarkably ;
This ruler Is ,King .Jof the state and its good and
e patient gentle throughout -
J. W. Sears can-
Kama of the Bamangwato. la Bechu- pensions. Kentucky.Mr. roads.A. .
his illness In
the weeks death
\ analand. South Africa VUtr-one years I toe county superintendent, also Bankhead called attention to the M. Starbird hat his order out for before
ago Kama earns In touch with a German \ ispeech.Gneen. present disrupted state of the material came aa a relief to his suffering. '
: Republican to continue, the water ,main.
: missionary Mr. Hilton formerly 'lived in/ iNebrasca -
preaching and teach her party and declared that Work is .
the .
ing among the native Beohuanaa In the who was visiting supreme progressing on S M. Eld- where he was well known having
old natlre capital of the Bamangwato I. Mrs. Edward Ely, has returnedr opportunity had arrived for the redge's new brick building.In been one of the leading civil engineer.
: home in Jackaoville. democrats to win the He dhe next'sixty days is
at Shoshong, and accepted the newA I presidency. Apopka to of that state. He was sixty-threw
i believed that the tariff is the have a large and. commodious building:
faltk. A year later he came to hW,e i Postoffice moved from the old great I to be used an an opera house Or town years of age at the time of his death.
ADd "VERIBEST"canned .own M king and ruler of the .BamanaL: and that Underwood by reason hall. is tie survived his two
ng on Massachusetts avenue to |Jt a long needed improvement. la by widow son* .
wato. and became of his splendid work in
at OBoe so aetlre i redeeming .the '
meats at n''sw building on Pennsylvania ave., and a daughter.
, price that defy promoting the spread of Christian! ledges of the Democratic party is the Very Desirable 10-Acre Farmat ,
competition and fully aaong bas.Atop&."that at length t r the mail was closed Tuesday even- logical candidate. Mr. Bankhead objected '
guaranteed a Qreat. Bargain t
whole great territory' which g. Our new building is one of the \ Bargains for the Buyer.
to Wilson
over saying that the latter
by ruled came under its swa Cell t t in the state of Florida. Improved Farm. Located on best
I. inclined to consider the tariff 674 of land located bet-
as aside acres
Kama, BOW an aged man but i road in Osceola County, 1| miles from midway .
Lenora Roberta baa
who spent
\\ the happy ruler of his C1adeUu'.Jecta r.r.Mra. issue. depot. 10 acres that is fenced and high weep Klssimmee. and St. Cloud on. ''Fish
WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S four months with her brother Mr. Bankhead went from here to
recently held at Serowe. tate! of cultivation and is the best Lake affording many beautiful beach
Philadelphia -
D. H. Gill left for Orlando
capital by auto, immediately followinghis '
a week of
festival for trucking |sand in this section. Has sites for cottage. Less than half mile
Christian jubilee, tJ Pa., where she will remain tome address.
tides of his native.attended subjects by time before returning to her home in good well, 3-room cottage stable, wagunshed from Flag Station 2 mile from Railway -
H a and house all Junction and 4 miles from
poultry ; readyfor good
many mission free
workers and Chicago. advertising in a pamphlet to be issued -
gulshed white visitors from al by his road if the League would purchaser to begin work! withoutany County Seat Town. Marl road most of
of South Africa. After a grei i I- Miss Sadie Emery, who spent the furnish The following committeewas delay or expense of clearing land of the way between Kissimmee and St.
tary parade of the king's troops a winter with her mother in St. Cloud, copy. and waiting tq improve before being: Cloud. There is high hammock, high
Phone 250 Quick appointed to get up the matter: pine, flat pinerich muck and beautiful
DellieryC.W.GRIFFIN within a retinue of eight tbouschuanas. has returned to Cambridge, Mass. able to produce crops. This land is
T' Capt. Scriber J. F. Farris and J. M. prairie land on this tract, so any onecan
Ing attended a great th 11.. Rev. W. F. Kenney, pastor of the Anderson. The meeting: adjourned to adapted to growing kinds of citrus be suited. This tract can be soldas
service, where a multltu fruits can be started to good a solid body or divided into smaller
Christian church, will preach Sunday ; grove
000 assembled, Ita- Sept. 1, subject to prior call of the '
where offlcla tracts desired. Price of entire tract
on "Man's Will and God's advantage while land Is being farmed. as
tons e morning vice president
were presented, and r 23690. Favorable terms of payment.
younger brother of the kng.Akn|! Will," and in the evening "Sifting" Come quick if you want best bargainin Part of this can be sold tor 100.00 per

for the whole nation, revif the will be the subject. You'll never regret If you subscribefor this County. acre. ,
great transformation for t hM the Gazette. 13tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. Nelson Realty Company
goo A. B. Bun left on Tuesday for Daven- _._ i
taken custome "
place In the tribal lld --- --- -- -
Staple and FancyGROCERIES under Kama's rule n/among/ port, Iowa. I II I

the good results noted waf eclu"slon Dr. Bryan, of Lakeland, was a St.
of alcoholic drink fro/18/ land Cloud visitor on Tuesday.

The drink evil had been w/nown/ In S --_.
r their land, and whUe It / not yet Uttz, the ice man, has opened up a
entirely supprensed. the/"c couldno stand in the Hole in the Wall, and sells

Free Delivery to all Parts longer nourish and / made Illegal ice-cold soft drinks, and peanuts and 44I
a striking
m ,popcorn red hot. i
of the City: address and warned hlsl>le against
drink as "the great e/y/ r their _A party left on Tuesday going north, .
happiness and progress7a
  • klnK tbe consisting of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Ferguson -
    white people for theIr nd.hlP and E.G.- Pierce and wife, Mr 1 .
    help be begged them!'guard their Schuller and wife and Mr. Bert Gess-
    darker brothers of f native race ford.
    r from the destruction >ugbt throughthe
    The traffic In strong Ak- Alcoholic The Order of the Eastern Star gavea

    drink constitutes a ace of utmost hard times social Tuesday evening in

    ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY danger to Its users / cold climates Mercer's hall. People dressed in their

    and holds decldedlylmllr menace oldest clothes to represent hard times. WAWTEDI
    for those of.warm f goatee-whether Remarks were made by several members '

    white or black, j jr' music was furnished:i by the Eastern : !

    and Mr. Van Arsdale
    Star Quartet,
    JOURNALThe gave several selections on his violin. y :

    Refreshments were served and quite a r>
    Dr. Fulton, Noted/911sh Expert, Leo-
    turee on "Aloo// and. Tubero'ulo- nice little sum was taken In for the benefit .

    Biggest Newspaper sls"-DrlnkA1"** Poverty.At of the Order. .

    in the SouthThe Preston Raynard and Wm. Bishoff
    y ; tile Tuber/osls exhibition, held vI.
    left on Tuesday for Oswego N. Y.
    at NotUnghamJBKland. Dr. Fulton, a We always want new customer .
    regular price of The At- noted expert. tured to a large audience On Friday last the Woman's Relief
    lanta Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 on "AI 01 and Tuberculosis." Corps presented the school with a flag. We have no trouble holding our old ones, because treat them

    cents a If will Dr., Pulton that there was some The Corps and school children marched such
    send ore of
    year. you us 7 Indirect' 'riaht, ,and the'goods we sell to them good. quality
    ect and between
    connection ,, ,
    the'school the Drum
    lour headed
    order to house by "
    you can get '
    I alcoh/and/ An that comeback for : ': '
    consumption they are sure to more <
    Corps, Mr.: J. O. McNew made a few ",.. : / .
    The Klsslmmee Indirect wan which the two were remarks and introduced Mrs. Ferguson -. .' ..,' ,[,.." ,' .,t Z :!dii\t:: i',:,i,j.',' .
    connected \? that alcohol was Instrumental -." }<'.' .'\\\f"fI.I'/o\ : ...
    In Acing people In unhealthy president of the W. R. C., who made ..

    , t Valley Gazettecxxxd surrounding with Insufficient food. the presentation speech. As they raised .

    thec He would IO show that there was the flag they all sang "The Star Spangled I
    scientific /Idence that there was a Banner," after which Col. Kinney

    c Atlanta Semi-Weekly direct con ctlon between the two. Al- made a short speech, which concludedthe I

    Journalboth cohol aian Indirect'' because cause It of waa consumptionmainly a- program.
    cause of overty. He bad loft since Mrs. Fraek Meade and two children .

    come to .ie conclusion that It was not have gone to spend the summer in Nova
    one :y..r"I' poverty Oat caused drink. ..ut drink Scotia -

    fI that caued poverty and dirt. People
    Rev. E. T. Potter, who has been pastor rI r rC
    ONLY $1.75 who werrooms poor did not live In such good {
    of the Baptist Church for some
    i others, and they were oftenovercro .
    ded, and Infection was the time, has moved with his family'to

    more dtlons. ngerous under these condl- Massachusetts.The .
    Send In Your Subscrlp- 1 oney, too, was often spent on
    election on Tuesday passed off
    alcohol hlcb should be spent on food .
    :H i lion Right Away and dotting. The difficulty of dealing very quietly. ,
    \ ,
    with a consumptive who was addIctedto Mrs. Stuart, who spent the winter

    T.. this paper not to the Atlanta alccholUn was Instanced by the with Mr. Stanton, has returned to Chi-

    ,Seat!; Wsekt, ,fotunL being lecturer rulnd, wio by spoke drinking of the bouts.appetite Alcohol cago.

    predisposed to consumption by Mr. Warner and her two daughters C ca The Summer Season J

    / lowering ne vitality of the body, and Pansy and Belle, lest for their home In
    I thus lessening Its power of resistance Troy, Ohio, and her brother Col. Ster-

    to dlsea/e/ germs. Experiments had rett. has returned to Washington, D. C.
    We 'Offer been mae on animals which proved ,
    : ( that alcohol did reduce the resistance While Mr. John Padgett was drivingup . .
    of the body to dl...... Medical men some of his cattle, his horse fhied

    : At Wholesale admitted that It did In cases of, pneumonia throwing him against a Uee. He received ,

    '.p' erysipelas, and blood poisonIng a severe wound but at present
    the tollowlngp.eel.o,! Orange The Summer Season brings with it the necessity of
    Vegetable ; and yet some would not admit It .. getting along nicely. purchasing W
    !i'' ' and General Farming! Land In cases of consumption although the that Embroidery Dress. Our line of embroiderydress

    f : located in Orange county,.Florida. disease differed only in detail. Postmortem On Sunday May 6th, Rev. J. B. We.tcott '
    ; Terms famished;. examination had also will baptise and receive the probationers patterns is the most complete in town.

    4d ifo. $20 acre.No. strengthened this argument In conclusion into the church, at the morning
    1-1,440 Acres'at an
    .,, -1-_
    2-840 Acres at SI 4 per acre. he Illustrated, the benefits of service, and in ,the evening will have
    s, No. 8-1.264 Acre. at $14 an acre. total abstinence on health, and compared song service .
    No. 4-512 Acres at $16 an acre. Insurance tables on this. subject, We have also those indispensibles in Foulards Piques \
    No. 6-810 Acre. at $15 an acre. showing the benefits of abstinence Rev. John Bindert and Miss Laura ,
    t t No. 6-760 Acres at $15 an acre. principles and practice. Bindert have returned to Harmon, Ind. and Muslins. "
    No. 7-960 Acres at $12.75 per acre.
    No. 71-640 Acres at 112.50 an acre. Drink In New South Wales.A BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE.
    b' No. 8-1,120 Acre. at$12.75 an acre. recent Sydney press dispatch con- The League met in G. A. R. hall on ,I

    1. No. 9-600 Acres at $20 an acre. talna an estimate by Archdeacon Monday evening, April 29, and was
    No. 10-180 Acres at $20 an acre. White Button Boots White
    f., r No., 12-600 Acres at $12 per acre. Boyce of that city of the amount of called to order promptly at 7:30 by G. and Pumps. Buy white shoes ;

    'c. No. 18-560 Acres at $15 an acre. the drink' bill of New South Wales for F. Smith, president The minutes of: and stay with the crowd. .
    '. No. 14-610 Acre. at $14 an acre. the year 1909. The figures which he last meeting were read and approved
    No. 16-640 Acres at $ acre. gives are 5,317.682, which would be
    Farris stated he had the
    t. No. 17-600 Acres at $11 an acre. more than 126,000,000 This he estimates Capt. seen
    :{ r No. 18-800 Acres at $12.75 an acre.No.I91,040Acre.aU12.75anaere.. to be a reduction of about printers in regard to the bill renderedand '
    45,697 from the amount expended In thought there would be no troublein It's easy to find just what you want at

    (I No. 20-920 Acre. at $12.75 an acre. the previous settling same to the satisfaction ot: t.

    TITLE'. BOND AND GUARANTEE all. On motion Mr. Lawton was appointed .,4 r
    .:' COMPANY. and Poverty. a committee of one to see to

    i .ANPOMO FLORIDA If we could sweep Intemperance out this matter and a warrant was ordered '
    1 18-4t of the country, there would be hardly
    J.l poverty'enough left to give health exercise drawn to pay for same. H. STANFORD CO. \
    to the charitable ImpuUes. A bill for $5 for hall rent was read -

    .' WANTED-To rent for summer, fur- Phillips Brooks. and warrant ordered drawn for same. Ii

    !... + llbed or partly furnished house; closer ThePresident stated that the repre- i
    r :"Not too large.- 'Mast have convenences *. Invites Fever. sentative of the Illinois Central R. R., I
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    and' be reasonable. L. K. D.,
    He that tempts me to drink beyondmy --I.
    of Valley Gazette. Mr. Baird, would be glad; to insert some
    to care. : measure, civilly invite me' to a -
    .fever.- Jeremy 'Taylor

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    : "Old North" Edifice to Be Closed Classified Advertise MISCELLANEOUS BLUE town. RIBBON Kissimmee Ice Drug treaiti'beet"tn Co. ''81-tf ,

    -jJ to the Pub ''q for a '
    Yoar. GET H. NV BRATTON' to arive your AN intelligent person may earn -$100

    artesian well 43-tf monthly corresponding for newspa .

    1/ ,'., Boston.-.Christ church Advertisements l' - ----- -- --- a pers. No canvassing. Send for par.ticulars. ;
    the Old are Inset ted under this head .thel .' Press '
    1I North church from the .. at I WADE the tuner Orlando. v.,, Syndicate B '2246: ,
    steeple of per line each Insertion. ? CoateI Lockport. N.Y. ;
    \ which were hung, the
    lights which
    WANTED-The sweetest thing out for '
    I'r sent Paul Revere on his ride through -, I your girl: -Fuller Greeme Candy- 1 HAVE FOR SALE, or, would trade /

    Middlesex:, Is to"be closed to the public I FOIl SALEFOR SHIP your product fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug for good young: Jersey milk cows, one I

    for a year while the edifice Is Co.. Tampa, FlaW.. Judy &' Company. 33-tf extra good young saddle horse one
    l 1j being rebuilt and nearly new rubber' tired runabout;'
    II ; made stencil. them for
    The te
    SALE-By owner, Z. W. Bass, RO M-Tl1e 'some good: town lots close In
    danger of the old chur h's 3 ----:- -49-tf LUNCH place 'tor a nice ,;and
    being de- lots
    60x133, making 150x133! 3- I HAVE hot or cold lunch, short order meal some extra nice five-acre tracts just
    $12 room cottage; for $500, $225 cash and Rood sale terse ort' trade for, or oysters, any style, visit the lunch outside the city limits. This 'stuff is,
    per month until paid for. If you extra young: room next to Poatofflce. Phone _orders all first class, and must have good
    cows, one
    wish to see the property phone No good young \ stuff return
    promptly delivered. Phone 154. in. Downing; Realtr
    j 73, Kissimmee, Fla. Property la nearly new rubber horse, one 9-tf Company. '18-tf
    i about one mile southwest from depot. some good" town ]lorunabout, "

    Also have other houses and lots and some extra nice five-a6 'in, and FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Baas FOIl KENT .
    four tracts of 40 acres each outside the city limiti108 JU8t _
    .. cheap, Market, No189. 19-tf
    ., !six miles ont. 2-tf all first class, and mite stuff'e _
    -- -- ---- -- -- -------
    ... stuff in return. Dote good DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. TIl.'
    WOOD five strands
    strand $1.25
    per ;
    : FOIl SALE-Two-story, 10-room Company. Realty ler.FOR'.
    residence -
    575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf
    i't '" with -- - ____ i__..tfCOOK'S
    The Lxjver 2 large double - .
    (< klf porches 2 n
    : B8ihe's/: atilt) -- - - !
    RENT: A tf-room
    large house
    chewing de gum 1 gave her an' .h,,'* halls, city waterr bath, toilet, and STRAIN thorou ANYONE anywhere can start a mail beautiful- spacious grounds on Main and
    J forgot she knows electric { BO well on back Orpington, eggs 1.60 fcV ''order business at home. No canvass
    me street in North Kissimmee. Price
    . porch 160 Gilbert A .
    defP; good barn and S ing. Be your own boss. Send for free
    8.if Nelson "
    L 1 $25 Realty .
    1T h l several fruit trees; corner lot, 75x booklet. Tells how: Heacock, A 2144, per month. CF' *.
    f HIS VIEW 142J feet; within 300 yards depot and FOR SALE-Three residencl; r; Lockport, N. Y. l
    -- schoolhouse. Price, $3,000.00 cash Eureka additIOn $GOO; one?"* '," I :large house and.lW; s "
    s I Write or call on George A. Gilbert, addition, $1,500: one in B11y;:': PENNELL-agent fo&yman Soap acres of ground inside the city limits,
    j Owner. 19-tf 'I tion, $2, OO. Waters & CaiVdi"eery ; and remedies, Ordway Plasters, Zeig- about one mile from the postoffice.-
    I Company.'f! " ler's Nonalcoholic Flavorings, Dari- Nelson Realty Co. 1'J-tf
    good yoke ins Oil. 19-tf
    I of oxen. J. II. Cosner, on Nebraska I I MUTTON< : fresh, f'tand ;; FOR RENT-Earl property consisting

    i' 1 Johnson's farm. It-pd Rull Bass Market, phone 189.fI\.h. e WANTED-To pur h8labout one dozen of 20 acres of'ground 11 miles from

    I HAVE .tf I yearling calves heifers preferred. the city limits; also 15 acres inside ,
    v I It l for good FOR SALE, or would trade WE-Have listed some of the m- Leave word! with Nelson Realty Co., the city limits. Nelson Realty, Co.
    young Jersey milk sirable or see R. G. Thomas. It
    a t ti' property on the markeij _._ 12-tf
    one extra good ; .
    young: saddle horse, city and county, which --- - ---- -- -- ---- -- .
    one nearly new rubber tired we 0.. FOR RENTModern 5-room house in ,
    .r' it I runabout the lowest prices to be obtf WANTED-To buy three Jersey cows,
    I some good: town lots close in, There is no padding of prices b also kind of chickens. Address, center of town; $22.50 per month.
    1 1l any
    I II some extra nice five-acre P. Q. Box 431. 16-tf ,
    I just outside the tracts every piece of property sold at e J. R. Figart, St. Cloud, Fla. It-pd!
    ''I city limits. This price placed -- - -- -
    l stuff is all first class, and must have on it by the ow FOR RENTFive unfurnished rooms:
    Write us your ;requirements and WANTED Man dining, kitchen, and two
    good stuff in return. Donning Realty with )horse or team to ,, reception
    Company. IH-tf will do our' best .to cloaAe.j'ou, in 5 or 10 acres sweet p tatoeA. I I i bedrooms; also two furnished room'a. ,
    showing just the R> d'of property :3> rut fertilizer and plants furnished I '' Third door from Gazette office South 1\\
    3 a y, FOR SALE- full blood R. 1. Red desire. II. M. Breaker & Co. 24.I I for one-half share. Also want to buy I I I>I Mabbette street.. Miss Dalma GraI 1I

    ( I hens and rooster, also portable coop I FIVE and 10-acre farms in the and sard; hens 14 months old. limits at *<60 per acre on to Cincinnati: or beyond. Adjire8B i 'I
    I f. dress p, O. Box easy p l Box 567. I FORR -Desk room in new brick
    Ad-I Waring & Co. 19-t I'I ft
    ,,1 I building on Darlington avenue. J.
    Smart Uo
    f turn out-the best you think the college R. D. WAKING & CO., will rent you FOR SALE-A number of beehivesa a nice hot or cold lunch visit roo m'-M'i, _:_Willson!..Jr. __ I IH.

    _: t' Wise-Sure. I men? a house. __ 19-tf I bargain. Apply at the corner, *ext to Postoffice. Lunches sent on D. WARING & CO. will rent your VI
    was _
    turned out In -- n Main and Orange streets 1 t hone calls. Phone 154. 9-tf house for 19tft
    I you.
    I my sophomore year A TWO-ROOM house with I 5 acres of __
    Old North Church. fruit and vegetable land for $HfJO. R I FOR dressed ;-- 5T me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and.ulfl HANDSOME new 'fW for rent, witha ;
    poultry, T
    -t, NIP AND TUCK. istroyed by fire has been a menace for D. Waring & Co. K -tf 1 Bass Market, No. the ISPJCK '5 J ter will made.get a drink of the best:31-tf sod j I I all the modern Gazette Apply 18-tt"SCHUNIQUE" at '

    .; years. -
    "Hang a lantern aloft In the belfry --
    l arch," Longfellow makes Paul Revere II 100 Acres. ( These Plums. 1-' ff- ,

    S say to his companion the night of the 100 acres, a portion of which is in the i Fins little .
    liomVf five acres, inside
    famous ride A tablet on the wall of city limits, at $50 per acre and on
    the church commemorates the easypaynH'ntl' I I city limits, 40 citrus trees, several kinds
    famous R. I D. Waring & Co. 19-tf '
    Incident It reads: 'of vegetables growing; all go with the

    The signal lanterns of Paul Revere A Five-Acre farm.A place. Yard full of pretty ornamental I
    I tP
    Water Color Paints
    Displaced In the Kleeple) of this church. shrubbery and flowers. Plenty timber )

    April 18, 177B, A farm in I'niedale, with good for fuel, all good land, excellent <>-room

    Warned the country of the marchof fence and cleared, for *<>00, with easy I house, conveniently arranged, porch in \ .

    the British troops to payment. R, I n. Waring & Co. 16-tf I front and one side, deep well of pure, Next Door to
    Lexington: and Concord. PostofficeSptjal
    : soft water, water stands 18
    't Bargain in Twenty Acres.Twentyacres in inches _
    I of top of ground; work shop, chicken

    BUTTRESSED TREE IN BRAZILOne of land, less than one' yard and chicken house. A bargain, -
    - -
    L" ', mile from postoffice. A good locationfor and t
    owner says "Sell and we are going :
    ,'" t of Many Strange Forma of Tree a subdivision. Can be had for $Gfi to obey instructions. Better hurry .r

    = f'f Life Found Forests.In Brazilian per' acre. R. D. Waring_&_Co. 19-tf if vou want a snap.

    ', G. A. R. Reception. Suburban Property-We have for sale

    P; Tampa, Fla.-Brazil Is wonderfully 30/) acres of good land just
    1 Mistress must say, Mary Ann, 1 1 rich In forest resources at present A most enjoyable reception Was heldat ters of a milt from city ;

    find you very hard to get along with practically untouched. Only a small the home of Mrs. Blenia, Sr., in splendid land three-quar// I Katz's Special

    The Cook-I wan about to say the portion of the countrY's''vast forests honor of the ladies oflWiw' G. A. R., I I good trucking orange and farming, land I 1
    same of ; cheap
    you mum.HER. have been explored and logging operations presided over by Mrs. BJ lis and Mrs. at $50 an acre: one-fourth cash, one-' 1I
    are carried on only at a few Mayfield. Most dainty luncheon was
    fourth in one, two and three
    points on Its great rlvera. served, guessing contests, recitations, /( years. .
    The Illustration 'shows you can make good money and I
    an odd "but- and
    ', k .. ia ._ a general good time made UD avery I
    .tressed" ,tree on the banks of the build un an excellent home, with splendid -
    pleasant evening to'lall, nearly .
    I high school and church privileges. I
    ''I thirty in number. We invite all eligi Fine place tor poultry industry. '
    ..II' ble to membership to unite with Us in 27lJCH FLOUNCINGS
    t a.- our order, having ,a most fraternal Pinehurst Home-294 feet of groundin

    + feeling and bidding them a most cordial Eureka Addition. ''fronting on Hudson -
    b welcome. street, with splendid 4-room house,

    t t MRS. BELLE two porches, four closets, fine deep

    a z % MRS. PORTER, Secretary.MODIE. Pres. well of soft water, pretty pine trees I Saturday and Monday
    -- near house, just the place for a

    M lie .. Pleasing Reception.The sick person. Land lies high; pretty

    -x.---- receptions given by the Missionary view of town and lake. Price $1,3CO;

    : Society of the Baptist church are terms if desired.
    ; t -v becoming very popular and are adding 1 Ashton Farm and tirove-80 acres of 39c 49ci I ,

    F' n much to the social features of the I good land located half-mile from rail-

    tt I" church. way station and one mile and a half

    The Wednesday afternoon reception, from a good town of about 2,000/ popu- ,I',I

    % i L:. gi which all the members of the churchare lation; land all fenced;; has an excellent

    I /',,' - invited to attend, was held at the lent bearing grove of about 15 acres,

    ,. PA -.Jack-Ahl I nmy I kiss your hand? home of Mrs. Belt Modie. Mrs. Fisher half orange and half grapefruit, one of KATZ'S

    .f.:; 1 Joes-A young man should bare and Mrs. Modie were hostesses and the best groves in the country. Two-

    '. Mgher ambition I a delightful story house, packing house stables .
    ' ,V >tYr gave program in additionto ,
    the usual social features. etc. Price 10000. Only $2,500 cash
    i. UNLUCKY. Cake and fruit punch balance $1,000 per' annum, with 6 per
    were served
    ':. I "II {
    "Y ,.. ftl
    .. Miss Dwayne Fisher and Miss Mildred cent on deferred payments. This splen-
    1'I Lee assisting in the serving. did property properly handled will make
    Mrs. Fisher and Miss Derbyshire de. all deferred I
    support a
    ,. .
    I It only one of many lighted the guests with a vocal duet "
    r ,
    + K tit. + strange form of tree life In which Miss Mildred Lee gave a splendid! reci large: family besides. Just the oppor- New Bungal.

    e I I Brazilian forests are rich. So vast Is tatlon, and Miss Dwayne Fisher's piano tunity to get possession of a big pay- I
    ,. .. '; the extent of the Brazilian forests that solo was a. splendid production beautifully ing proposition with little outlay of No. 461-New 5-room* kungalofer on
    ,.' botanists rendered. Mrs. lot C0xl42 feet, located
    ; will have free scope for In Carmichael also Within'three
    f / vestlgatlons for many years to come giving added to the pleasure of the guests by cash.We have all kinds of Florida Homes I blocks of Broadway, the m in 'bullinesastreet.

    : .4, and when the railroads penetrate I graphophone.A some.splendid selections on the and Investments. and in one block \fjOaceola(

    10\, t" I these great forests Brazil will be In very pleaing feature of the day NELSON REALTY COMPANY. high school. Price $1.400H., M. tYA,

    a position to furnish the entire world was the presence of several women - -- Breaker & Co.
    with hardwood lumber of the finest' from the other churches, among them _i,
    quality being> Mrs W. B. Makmson, Miss Der I' Nice Home Close to Lake.No. New Houses.We .
    e1 byshire and Mrs. Carmichael.
    i 460-A
    new 5-room cottage, two
    y l SAID 'SWEETHEART' TO HORSENew - Statement--- -- large Iota, 50x164 feet each, splendid under have several desirablelnew| houses
    f f lt + York Driver Who hails antler Section 82! Chapter/ alai: I LaKnt well of artesian water, fifteen bearing ing for sale. All of which these welar.houses offer are
    Says Other An Klorttla.l trees. Call
    I allowing the mount of ...". orange and see this propo- in
    l -- imal' Is Named "Darllno" I. Ole- liargvu.. Ui the Tax, .Collector. of Oftreota sition. Price( $lOO.:! H. M. desirable locations. Secure one Gf
    Wearle Walker-It (;011DI, Florida u rn\\t\ ."t*>A 'n. ,h.. Breaker them for
    : Is missed. ... '' next winter at' lower
    \ unlucky to current yi rl.UI* and the tydorttonment| & Co. a price
    shoulderT look at the new moon over your left taxes uIhw beta natgrto limit the H'vt'HI.ApPORTIOl'MEST o"u..1 l. funds fur wtilcti I6-tf than will be asked for them later in the ...J..
    New York.-As Magdallne season. H. M. Breaker "
    ie Pets & Co. If>.tf
    Dusty Rhodes-Sure. I did It once, and her husband Mrr'Brooklyn were : OF <<< AUNTY FUN1J8.Anril Truck and litrus Fruit Land. -- - : SAFE GROCERIESto

    and the next day I asked for a Job- crossing the street Samuel Revenue I I. 1HI2. Kissimmee
    Rosen No. 462-Seven and Auto Garage andMachine
    1 : and got It. 1o onehalacres of buy; Safe groceries to eat; Satisfactory
    amount asie55e4
    In a 1 mile Company has
    wagon. 1 the for
    __ the best truck! and fruit land agency
    mount collected : W in Kis- the Cartercar groceries to pay for.
    "Step lively there, old sweetheart" helenee to IMS collected l lOeueral simmee oneof the most wonderful -
    NO MOTHERSINLAWits Rosen called out. school a'u..tTo.mounl.e.eeeed 7HI4 nj Park. This land Js in pioximi- : cars of the age, and will in a few -- - -----
    .... So angered !111I11>! 1.1Illlll ty to the lake. Call on us end we wil days have a shipment of these cars on --
    , were Petz and his Amount cnllVi to't "
    wife 4I4I > in touch with hand, which they will take pleasure i in DIBBLE
    that they called Policeman Poole and Balance to bo collected Illj',7 16 you % the owner; you all. & SON
    County R<* d- deal 15-tf '
    had Rosen arrested.. Me! was taken To amount aw*ii ed ':lfo, Hi'KM can direct with him. This prop .
    before Magistrate llreen. Amount tolUct
    "Why," Rosen protested "I 1 call one (In ountT lira tn SpccieI-b* collected 1(...11 2-J from what land in this locality Is soling Modern Up to Date Home. .W:

    of my horses Darling and the other amou in I coiletttxl otA eelvto.l AMI 1 1,08U7 for. II. M. Breaker & Co. 16tf No. 464-$3,500.-New. modern"six- For Sale .

    ;{ rr Sweetheart. I was just telling bgleuro to IM, rulle* ted H4 3.S4 1 76 room cottage bath lavatory, hot and No. 309-Fine garden and poultry

    : Sweetheart to gld ap a little faster. I To Sul amount-H(>biHi awtmftcd| Diht No. 1- Iron et Call for Meeting of Democratic cold water, electric lights, beautiful I proposition. Thin place contains two

    all.1 wasn't" He addressing the woman. at i Amount Dlanre to oo bt leciedi rolltvted MiSH :III KM 12 Executive Committee.The expensive mantels, new furniture nice acres, new 6-room house with porches

    1 waa discharged. I I| To HulvSchool p116'Ntn 2- rugs. House furnished complete ready in front and one side; fine artesian well -t: : ed
    : 79 Democratic Executive Committeeof for Large lot, 83x1474 feet l with on porch. Choice ;
    Woman I Amount collectwi .. U.I' 15 occupancy. pump location. i\i.
    J Trapped In a B.d. I balauo to be collected Osceola County will meet at the
    which for small
    Ji i Kenton Del.-Imprisoned tor Hub-school Dint No. 3- 160 64 on are twenty full bearing or truck or poultry farm. The ; .
    day In a wrecked bed Miss Elisabeth three: j To amount a ee.ed HUH 87 House on Monday. May 6th at ange trees. Located in three and a land if subdivided into lots is worth the" '

    r Graham was rescued just In, time to Amount lialano to collect be oollect d . 837 M 291 417MSA 10 a, m., for the purpose ot canvassing: half blooks of the postoffice, on beau. price asked without any improvements: \

    Wllklas-Why do you thiAitheir save her life. She sat on the edge ot To Uab-Hchool amount su.ewd DIM. No. 4- the returns of the primary election and tlfol Verona street in the very best We are offering this property for : -

    r marriage: will turnout. to be ,,a happy. the bed to undress when three slats l A mount oolect\ d . ... .. ... live 1II'I'4', to transact such other business\ as maycome' neighborhood. Call and let us show $1,560; term. on part'' it desired. -Th. ,
    I balaoc to bo .,
    .eaet. gave way. The bed sank; In the middle Colltta4.! R G. before. them.W. you this beautiful home. Terms on town is growing in this direction' to
    }tf0: 't p....ncHBilkins*--Because tbelr parents were closed upon. hire, holding he clerk Circa, Court OMW.U* County.JOY a.lois Florida. ., U CAMPBELL,,,,. part of ,purchase) price. if desired. property will enhance' In value v l'7" ,
    ,!c t 'angry about It,that they refuse to prisoner .DUI..ael.bbon cam., _to USe1WCU.'three kta.atj i By Jaws M.JohMlOQ,D.C* .Acting Chairman ''l8UH.. M. BBKAKCR & Co.
    , ., .: rapidly. II. M., & ,
    l.v .
    .o Co. '13-tf
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