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: April 5, 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: VID00536
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.' ;. 'W.:. Dam Lets ,Contract for All :Is .Now In Readiness for -
Another Addition to Store . Gty's fraternal Order Has a, '
Most Auspicious Beginning
.:Kot"content with adding one story toM
", bla bullchnlt on Broadway Mr. C. W. : Kissimmee Osceola Lodge No., 74. I. O. O. F.

Danri, who has already shown bis faith Two Gala Days In was instituted in this city last Friday; j

of inauguration.of the lodge
.lathefuture; Kissimmee in'a nuns and installation -
''- -- ot- 'mli-able ways, baa decided toTi' . of officers taking place in the "'

is building three stories in II afternoon and the conferring of the degrees
The contract for' the'addition- I and before they are called upon to speak Mr.:, Wayne Ward, at'. the Graystone, and a banquet occupying the

r . f'' \ has been .let to Mr. T W, Committees have about completed they will undoubtedly; enthusiastic' Mr. S.., B.' Aultman, Mr. J. J. Griffin, Three 'of Florida's greatest evening.. St, Cloud lodge No.. 66,. and '
f' 10 is buildluft the second story, : their work and if'weatherman' Klssimmeeans.. or Mr..Gee. Sharp, and uprea. a will Orlando lodge No.. 20 conducted the,
'f ; work will be carried right 'on / The music for the occasion will be in mgn'ess to participate in. .the parade. boosters wfll be) in. the city. work. "

}'I"". completion ot the' 'additional keeps up has good;work charge of the Kissimmee band. This 1. : The' JonRer the auto parade the better Will speak at three different "This young,but earnest and promising

e J Mr. Dann Is also planning to the city will outdo herself !fn an assurance that .thl. feature will be the advertisement for Klssimmee, and rallies. 'Aviation lodge is the result of 'th. faithful
4 an electric elevator in the build- properly cared for. The members of thelnors.ttractive the display. auto parade. work the past few,weeks of Mr.'" H<

hich will be the first in' the! city; entertaining the hundreds of the band, in order to show their desireto The committee on sports, .Mr, B. C. lake carnivalbaseball; faces, Edward Swabey,.assisted by Mr. J, D. '

t;I.entire three stories will be usedC. visitorswho will be here on assist the city made a merely nom- Miller, chairman, has been very active- basket I lunch/ school 'parade Boone: It has not a large membership :

C.W, Dann! store The second next Tuesday and Wednesday. inal charge for: their .services, atid- the T .y,1I1; have; most Interesting pro ; but there is every" reason to believe '
,door',will be entirely taken up by an committee' is delighted to be able ',to gramof events, including baseball game, good roads 'rally: and other that the lodge will take its place among

,exclusive line of ladiea'lelothing. 111e.thlrd ;Program includes a continuous : have our own band play That the people bicycle race on Broadway, and a variety entertainment will provide two the strong fraternal order which already -. '

/ floor will be used for surplus series of interesting events. : of the city ,and the visitors will. of' field sports.' The program appearsin days of pleasure. exist in this city., +

stock, 'and for the display of a number '--- likewise be delighted goes without Baying another column. The officers af the new lodge area: J.,
of lines 'the elevator making It easily for Klaslmmee'has a band that D. Boone Noble'' Grand H. Edward:
; Secretary H. H. Richardson' of the The committee on the lake carnival, biplanes and it is believed'jthak ;
accessible to customers.Mr ranks with the best m the state. The there Swabey, Vice Grand.and A.' J.. Me . .'
Jacksonville Board of Trade, SecretaryW. while handicapped by lack of time to will be I
no disappointment in 'this
', ,. Dann'' Is tobe. congratulatedon B. Powell, of the Tampa Board of musical program for the' two days I. I prepare for all the features that they gard. re Donough. Secretary .

the success: which has attended hispgresslve Trade, and J. D. Rooney Assistant In- presented in another column. I would like to have, promise some Inter- A unique feature of the lake.carnival Ten candidate were ,initiated t G''' and

,r merchandising methods, duitrial Agent of the S. A. L., three The general arrangements committeeat I eating and unique events. The Impor.' on Tuesday night will be a band concerton three, Hon. G. F. Parker, Hon. A. E.,
Klssimmee to be congratulated its meeting on Tuesday beard splendid Donegan,' and Hon. C.'1"".. Prevatt, wbobad..readytfvedtb.1l"t'1W r
of the most Irrepressible, always-on-! I tance,of the lak. toiCissimmee is being the water. A barge provided with
j J the addition of this handsome ..trucre reports from Several of the SUDcommittees as. :.
'f the-job boosters In the state of Florida, recognized and the water .feature*-of Ul'bta--end chairs wilt baranchbredliTthe" 'I'
to'the many fine business build- and three of the most entertaining ,.and all .the details of the the-celebration will therefore be of especial lake, and the band will play, beginning green at St., Cloud, were', given; the
4 ngs erected here . -p stfwinonthsrle'new -upeakersTwIthal, will be present duringthe celebration seem to be well' in band. interest. about 7:30. Those who have heard the third degree. The work was conducted .
: D.nnbulldlnl' will be one of Klssimmee celebration which I. to Through the kindness of the state press At noon'will be served free of sound of music across the water' will by District Deputy Grand F.: A. ) '

the finest on Broadway and is in keepjtag take place on Tuesday and Wednesdayof the .affair has been splendidly advertised charge beans, ,bread and coffee. Everyone know how beautiful it is, and will anticipate .j I Easton,- Past Grand C. N.,. Caraen, Mr.,

i with the many municipal impfove- next week. They will speak at the and a good crowd Is expected. is invited to bring aldng some with great pleasure this featureof ,J..F. Dale, and Mr.' Martin 'Zella, The '

': met.ts' which'have been mad.' on that afternoon program on Tuesday,,at the Secretary Kuykendall of the Board of other things and to join in the big eats the carnival. The band will also play degree team was composed of the following ,
1 ,';street Board of Trade smoker on Tuesday Trade sent out a number of news stories and the social time that will follow. Tuesday afternoon for the parade and of the Orlando lodge: ea

evening, and at least two of them, and'probably of the celebration' to a number of Prof. R; M. Evans will have charge for the two o'clock programand; on F. A.,Eaton. O. '1'. Larson, .J., ,'. ,, '

=A USEFUL FRUIT all three, will remain over to the dailies of the state, and withoutany of the palm parade by the school chI! Wednesday afternoon for the Good Dale Martin Zella F,,J. Terry, Geo., ',

speak at the Good Roods Rally on exception they were published, together dren and this promises to be the prettiest Roads rally. They will close the celebration Barber, Murry King, Arthur Bellow, .

t Part heir letters accepting the invitation editorial comment. The school'will be dismissed the after band stand Wednesday night, at Clair Eaton H. T.iiaU Chat. Philips, "
Eve Can be
of the
: y" Orange of the local Board of'Trade, all I The auto parade promises to be unusually noon of Tuesday, and the parade will which time the entire population of the S. Grant, T. J. Rooney, F. J. ,Dikes,

tt Profitably: Uluized.a three of the gentlemen expressed great I interesting. Practically every take place between one and two o'clock. city and all the visitors are urged to bq J. L. Pair and A. Holtiday.: a

1 From the ,blossoms that adorn the'rid.'s pleasure in coming and it I. up to Kla- machine In th. county, and there are a The hangar at the aviation field I.compl.te I. upon the street and engage in the jollityof The members who, were given -the.
coiffure to the last neglected simmee to show them the hospitalitythat ; tot of them, will be In line. A general and the aviators"are at work. the occasion.Any degree work'are: J.D. Jeffords. C. H. ;
tat the cull, everything; in the or- these earnest representatives of scheme of decoration for all ,the cars Aeroplane flights are always more or Prevatt, Jr.:, W. J. Nelson, A.'E. Ny.,, ;

henceforth wilt serve mart, says the Florida forward mov.mentdeerve. has been arranged by the committee. less uncertain but every effort is being changes' ',41ich may be made In C. R. Buxza,, Lawrence' Hacalllstor.
he p Bakers Weekly. Instead of allow- The committee in charge is planningseveral Every man, woman or' child who has an made to give the celebration visitors a the celebration program will be announced Ed. C.' Robarts..W, H. Alrey J.' +jl.

:ooe-thlrd of the great crops to rotlQn auto and lake trips for them, auto I. Invited to communicate with view of the Kissimmee Aviation School dodgers to Be distributedon I Woodhall and A.- E. Hay. 'J. R. Buna' ' ,' #
cam la by card. ,
the ground'no element In this
Following the initiation a' molt,, delightful -,

.. i/I-t Investigations lost conducted In CONTRACT IS LET Koncerning Kissimmee's KarnivalWhat THE:. AVIATION SCHOOLA. banquet was served.' c "

riM industrial research laboratory at -

the University of Pittsburg practically Alabama Paving Company Will Lay E. Sits in flying) Machine-Which 'AT LIIC MffT'c.. ,

100, par cent of the, world's orange crop 3 Miles of Bock Street. Some of the State Papers Have to Say About the Two Day .-' ,
Safely Anchored. y
be'atW d"In Fellow- If ''
commerce. School Chosen for Contest
High. Boys +
Celebration in
established at' the university un- The contract for the additional street to be Held ;that City Through the courtesy of Mr. Wsyn .

r the direction of Dr. Robert Kenne- work, voted a few weeks ago, was let Ward the associate editor visited the at Winter Park. '
Duncan call for the expenditure ofmoat by the council.Wednesday night to the Klllimm81. is preparing to hold a carnival nival to occupy two days, the 26th and aviation field on Wednesday, and had In an Interesting athletic meet, the
100,000 In Industrial research Alabama Paving Co., which did the In celebration of its marked 27th inst., the program and further information the privilege of sitting, for the first first of the kind held by the High f1I"

d I ameog these a sum of $ :000 a year work on Broadway. A bid was also achievements' in successful townbuilding. in regard to which appearedin time, in a 'flying, machine. '(It was school!, Messrs. P,. Murphy, Lester Al-. '
r two years has been donated pending submitted by the Grave. Gun te.n The carnival will be held 'March the hews columns of the Times on safely anchored to the ground.) There ford, Lacey Johnson and Elmer State '"..a. :
Investigation of the means of util- Paving Co. of Birmingham, Ala. The 26 and 27 and no doubt will be every yesterday. Is not opportunity In this Issue for a were selected to represent the school at t :"/1..

(orange culls and other citrus fruits contract calls for the' paving' of brick, way worthy of bat spirit of enterprise We hope that many of the people of detailedaccount of the work being doneat the Rollins College meet tomorrow. ';:'(,, ,
ng grape fruit and lemons.' In 'flat, for I1.69J per sgnare yard the which in every way characterizes this Tampa will attend and assist in makingthis the aviation school, but we desire to Only four were to be Cboaen. making It ; "

i to'the subscription of $2,000 a Graves Gunsteen' bid being ten 'cent flourishing capital of 'Osceola county. effort of ourybunL'sister city the say. that the enterprise. gives every necessary to select those who mad the,

i,.a large additional consideration Is higher., The work will also Include I Fort Myers Press.' success it deserves to be.-Tampa promise of ,permanency' success. best all around showing the tryout, .i ,
Tered for the successful application of curbing. The Alabama Paving Com- Times. ? Several short flights have been made Some of the other boy. made good; records "

lie experiments..' pany agreed to accept in payment Among the enterprising and fast i I' _ and there I. little doubt that the visitors in the events'wblch they entered

: The advantages of the research will notes of the city and. property owners, growing young cities of South. Florida The next big event on the Florida' to the celebration next' week will The local athletes' were trained by'; Mr ,

j accrue not only ;to the fruit growers of payable monthly. none excel Kissimmee, the flourishing/ docket is Kissimmee's 'carnival.-Tam see flights over the city and the lake.A LeRoyKulp. +
,' Florida and California and other parts The work proposed under this contract county seat of Osceola county, in those pa Tribune. second machine (f. at the express'office A great deal of interest ws taken in "

'of the,world, but to manufacturers ot includes approximately three qualities the possession of which make ---- a beautiful Cnrtiss biplane, which the me.i, not only,by the students, but ...'. :...

oill.,,'flavoring extracts, confectionery, miles of paving, from 18 to 52 feet fos the success of communities as wellas Klssimmee will have a grand! will beiincrated/within a ''few'.days. by the townspeople, and crowd watched '.,' .i ,"
.medicinal preparations, Ac. wide. It will cost between (60,000 and individuals. We have been watchIng val and, two days' love feast March We shall give: complete; account of 'the races and field events'on' Church ; "
One of_the results of the investlgation 70000. with the one the undertaking within 'a1 week or two, street and the school ground., While,
much gratification rapid 26th
and 27th. Wo will b. there and
.Ukely will be the satisfactory pres- GEIGER-RUtfELL and continuous progress of that lusty get a sample of dasheen 'ftour.-San: and it is just possible that we. may be handicapped by lack' of a good track,
1 ervation of orange Juice in a m4 J able the mad. aood'tlm.1in' theirraces 4'
pure municipal youngster. ford Herald. to give[ our readers at that time an :young ?
SoVnot conflicting with State and F Jt- Col. H<*lf. Geigerof of KlBsimmee, and exact description of bow it feel to fly.; andJiope to perform 'creditablyat
1 erat!IpUr. food and drug acts.. A real Miss Sarah Russell ,of Mass, were It would take much space even tq You'll be more than"welcome, Broth i The aviation field)!* well worth a visit. Rollins College., ,, ',
\ catalog the improvements in the er Holly ,
I orangeade hat now been discovered. married at the bone of Mr. .and Mrs : way and' visitorsare' always treated with The events entered by the'local team
| :;T A dozen oranges of average size will C. H. Hopkins In Apopka Wednesday of buildings and public- enterprises .of ">I the'utmost courtesy and consideration. will be the 60,. 100, 220 and 440 .yard ..
'$ [ produce'a'quart'of,'Juice*, S.mnl"'thlll afternoon at I 5 o'clock. The, wedding various kinds brought to successful, accomplishment /Kissimmee's Board of Trade has completed dashes, the mile tun; the aho0 put, and '',

1 jat 6:cents a glass would, bring; a profit was a quiet.home affair and witnessedoply fn the' last year or twe. plans for'Ihe two-day carnival ,ANOTHERJBIG DEAD/ the running high' and broad jump: '
We' have''not the data band _
at ,
.to that made on a dozen ot good by thevfamily and 'a few 'friends. a designed to celebrate the Inauguration The boys will leave tomorrow,morn-. 'e';
ranges. aside from' thai,revenue to be Mr. Geiger is a popular and successful bare'eDUmer.tlOb 0 of Klasimmee's' 're and completion of various city improve Parsons tag at 9:45; accompanied by' Mr' Kuip t;
rived'from the extraction of the vs- 'young attorney-at-law 'in, ,Kls cent achievements, and do not like to mel ta. ''Tbe. carnival will occur:',on I Ugh1sey. .Land and Cattle and Prof. Evans,, Quite anumheryof, + ,

oil,; aldehydes and terpenes. In,'the simmee'while the bride is -an attractive fall short of doing'justice. by an. incomplete ., March '26 ; and 27, and one of the big .- Sold to Fort Dade Man other people will, go Winter Park: on I n

6 ride an the seeds, 'New Englander. Mr,.Geiger and mention. features will bean[ aviation meet ,This One of the" biggest deals ln'the cattle the one o'clock train and the Kissimmeeiathletes' ....
ul1 all'Ihlpper.and This successful city is just now will be the first chance Klssimmee folk ., '
The orange ., .as bis wife are now in Georgia visiting young business reported In some tlm. comes will, be well supported. They '
lit. dealers w I know, I. ,not' fruit relatives..They will be at. hme to taking a retrospective'' of 'the who stay at home have had to,- see the from the Kisslmme river section. W. are going up against the, Leeiburg, 1 ;

hick ha shown de .y The cult may their friends about the 25th_ and'Will road behind and preparing to press for man-birds Jn the air, and there will also H. Lewis; for manyyears In the cattle Plant City S n/ord,'Orlando, and.ey' "'

.I of Inferior size 0. show a. slight re.ld.1n the Prenti house, which 'was ward toward< the mark of the pries' 'of be"a water carnival and other "interest business, and also engaged In the bankIng era! other ngh.chooll.: . '. ;,. .
in'all *" b* just Mr. The future higher and greater ,accomplishment ing events.: The ,morning of March 27 ', ,
also, but other rMP6 recentlybought by Geiger ', business at Fort; Dada,.has .purchased . ., .. y
*** aI the waa-solernnlzed' Rev As a'\commemoration :of .the will be turned over to candidates, and a '
for commercial purpS by
good :
ceremony ;
I \ the. great LigbUey-Parsons cattle '
I tUleel dUre"% of Plant past and:an earnest of,the future her great ;"speechfest"; 'Is;' anticipated. ORCHESTRATQNCERT'
No 1 quality At present Bunyan Stephens Cjty ranch.. This property' consists of I _
he tlt( : fog ready to hold a.car1 1 TimesUnion.Revised .
between the>No; .1 brandS ant ,.. which the rn :, about 40,000 seres of the..fine.' land'In ." -,

represents almost total Ie>>.. one Irnown in:the orange the aldehydes'of Is called citraL' The '- South Florida;': located, on_ the Kissim Fine Program for Annual .Event r.f' i '
bulletin .for' 1910 from the United method that has been used for the preparation mee n"er. His purchase'also includes Local: '0ganuiaUoI; L
}agricultural experiment station I "- ,,,,,-, I : <<
':J.'. of'orange extract Is' to ptlllth..ntlre' '--'-''' 6,000 head ot cattle."., This'ranch: extends -
I is
The Brownie which
rto Rico ssys that.from. to 25 about'fourteen miles on each side j ,
j extract ot'th. skin. ,After Program'theKissimmee"of the of what has been known .
I new name ,
font of the 9ranl'e.crop oq.tb.lalandt : < .
n ""experiments it Is of the river;and is one of the most valuable "
thorough , more CUBoniary' -
1< annually from decay. Nicholas' in South Florida"TThe' cattle have 1.. the Klstlmme4 orchestra,'will give: '
distil the' of
. ; yder American Consul at King now, majority" ; Carnival been well eared for the past eight or tonyears .their annual coaertnext'Monday J '
that the terpene.< ," .: night at the School Auditorium.':Those ,
n Jamaica, _reported last year I and there is'said to be no finer
,Comparatively'iittle attenUn'hasbe.rl ;; have heard this r P
I one-third of thecitree; frult crop "" y herd than that Included who splendid, companyof
I'lvelIn this country to the manufacture ,FIRST DAY,; 'TUES.; 'MAR.. zs SECOND .WEa MAR. anywhere in Mr '
'\', rots on tJi'l'foand., These fruits, , , : I DAY 27... Lewis's purchase.. The price paid ,was musicians play will expect a musical
of what maybe called the byproducts < '
r JSnyder declares are.principally.. or-- 'citrus ; All Moraine--CladidFie'I4 n the neighborhood o(.200000., '" HI treat, and the ball,will undoubtedly beero'wded '
of the fruits., ' ; May-Parade : '
P. '
,1 ; fine'program which is
; The
\eel and lemons* / '," Day :: vj ;. ,
percentagesof losses here estlated ports> of thefagricultural experiment : to be .given Is as follows ,
Tho ;
:. \ of the stations ''and theLmerlc.n Consuls recite 2'P. M.:- Utcrary! a'Muical' -: Bssket Lnach and Pow- St. Patrick's Day Dance.A Stabit.Mater
result from, the neglect Mareb.MtiaalrLosey d
_ ;the same sad story of loss,, and Program, eelbratiqaaa.'Wow.. number of the young'men of .
I. Stradella Overture . .,. ...Flotow
- lls. 'Wben"the crop picked the re- ; > ,,>;> "
ted oranges: mostly are In good eon- what has been shown' by,the Pittsburg' tioa ol street pa! DC., 'z P. M.-Good Roads Rail ;'tea'y stmmee gave a'most delightful, KI'j The Guardmount,Patrol''.:*..Eilenberg .
chemists to be a needless. waster der Ost ola' at Stein's hall last Monday ev ... .. '
ion for the fruit press, and the rindsuldyleldthefrrlchIhgrdienta 3. P. M.-Aero: p"FJirIat"" by aupkes Umnty Per Sohn der-Haide. Kel r :Bela ,
.' Thus ,Arti.cle.ln commerce made from the Bi-nlaacs of Kissimmee School 'Good Roads Association3'S and the following were present: ,Viplin .Solo by Mr. Brown-, .
the oil hi the seeds has been applied orange rind are made principally IIi the of Aviation _, ?.,.., K P.. M.-SportK.- foot'racevi: and-Mrs.Blenis! '; Mr.'and Mrs. Nelson La, ManoTa '. .. .,;,..... ...jEilcnberg '
Mr.:: and 'Mrs..
o general commercial nee: ,,but province of Calabria in_soptpern.ltaly.Therein''anugnated -: ' ; ; bicycle' : baseball fame, Mr. and Dream FanciesYtt. : .-;Lu mby'
plants conducted bythe'peasanu 4 .J. .- Auto Parade.810.P. . : Mrs:: Sharp...Mn.: Bullock, Mrs., Brid- .
; .
: .1teJer
partfeU1 rly'i: IlI.ble.-ii .. manufactured the boat races, aeropUa flizht; Lltsplel Overture : ,,,.> .: r
are precious dell Mrs. Arnold Mrs.. Smith Misses .
[ ;
b. oil in the consists of pailr"er The SailoT-"Sighs..,.'. .>...: .Balfe
:e i orange Skin 'oils on which the United States .:M.-:rllhnainated parade 8.11 P.M..c.r.iTaI..Iak. A. Makinson, Virginia Maklnson Marie > '
II i< 90 per cent of a terpene known imposes a ,duty of about $1 a pound. .; boats".. the Iab.?/ Band,, .oa Broadway. Bead ,Coacertoa SpIcer, Lohr Wills ', ,Duet by Mr, and Mrs. Prentis_ ., '
t'limonen. From the essential oils The price of the oil as a result of the Smith Second HunaartaD-RIa.peodi..ynLt.R', '
duty is about $2.50a pound. America .Coacert oa tat lake front Broadway. . .. Ellen Weckler;and Johnston;
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In'A 'Rink.Theo. Mves'
.. Fun Skating
nines, camphor and other'terpen. ,
pays' this, while more than tl.OOO.OOO . .. '- J !"t', Favlll Hunt Gardner; Guy ... '
iystives'are extracted 'The flavor- worth of th*fruit is lost in Florida and Gardner,' Floyd, Brill, Dr. Carson. Southern: Roses.t, r..J: *. Strauss., '

:matters of the orange are-bodies California every year. .. and, ,W..,A..Smltb. j ,Coronation,March/. .- Kretchtner, ,, ,
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Parties receiving this paper, who are,not

''". .. '.. ,." regular subscribers' must, not think that it it .b PERT PARAGRAPHS. t ,e l

the .intention of the. publisher to later demand . twillcb .
\ TnER are of college edu: :
of them the subscription price, as it is cation-the kind Xad pay for noel r\ r
the kind the hustling youth pays tor
mailed l to them complimentary by our Board tlmself. i.

I of County Commissioners for the purpose of '.
The persons who think before they
them'with the advantages
acquainting many speak are noted for their taciturnity.

.' I and opportunities this town and county offer
"', Why Is it that one's rich relation PEGHORN PROPERTY.-Thla property consists of '278 acre of y
the homeseeker. The paper will be mailed a seem so much more disagreeable.than excellent land, mostly being pine land with perhaps 40 acres of.cypress r

: few weeks to any: person whose name is given the poor sort sand, well covered with cypress timber, valuable for telegraph and
telephone poles and fence posts, some commercial.saw timber,''a.
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+ .i'' us,and if they should desire to cj There are men whose Bole aim In '
I great deal of cross-tie timber; a greater part.of this land .is exeellef: ?
.' ularly thereafter, we would be glad to put seems to be to get themselves re- Claude I citrus fruit land,,there now being 5 acres. 'devoted; to'sn: orange grove;
L'Engle j
them on our subscription list at the regular -. about one-third of which are nice thrifty bearing trees, balance';" .
Wben we.are not poraopa'lly Interested Edlt.r DIXIE and THE SUN j younger trees6-room; house, not in very good condition good business l.
I.. ,. J rates. we can't help thinking that the house located on the corner of the farm. where a mercantile

1 rl,h i, -i fellow that gets it In the neck had It Candidate business was established many years ago; school house on' the,land"
,4'i, \ coming to him or he-wouldn't have cot about 100 yards from the buildings, a ,church a quarter;;mfle, on a wel 1
." .. .. .. It.
If', - -- -- < .
/ Large traveled road leading to the south part.of the county, 1 1-4 mile,
+ ,'! '' from railway station, 2 miles from a town of about 2500 peopled! ; 'ThL ,
There foolish
lire persons who live Primaries 1912
.r'. poor that they may die rich. property can be purchased on most\ favorable terms of.payment. :'A:; '
'1' fine property to cut into small farms and sell' to homseekers.
t A bluff Is only good when the real He ha. fought for the Feople'a {'
thing isn't around. WALTERS FARM AND Thie splendid little tract con- It +
right. for alz H. will
Solid ComfortThe yeara. trine 10 acres located just across the road from the above described ,

Some men can easier make good than continue this same fight in the property, convenient to school, church and railway facilities;.about '

be good. .am. forc.ful way In Congr. one-fourth the tract has an excellent grove, the greater part of
which is splendid budded grapefruit in bearing,* several tangerine d'',

Some men hare Influence In their Vote for L'Engleand trees and a number of orange; trees of excellent variety, several
community simply because
anything. they never guava bushes and some peaches; the balance of the tract la In cultivation ! t

., The Chinese begin dinner with dessert and end with say your choice for District fenced and cross fenced; 5 acres more of this tract Is a superior :J

=/ --- ---soup- _ItJ8 ajjUle hard for an American, but he quickly Don't tell your friends their faults TOO quality of orange land the balance splendid' farming and trucking

forgets all annoyance 'inth'd IT ht ancTcornfortrlmniceeasy "- That'--what---"J they- have- .. their enemies land; good sheds, stables grain bin, 2 wells, 3-room house just across
for. --- "'------ the road from this property. Owner authorizes us to sell which

,k Porch Rocker or Swing and it is hard through the means abargalrrprice-toihe-buyer. __ ___. _
""I I', r long summer days to try to get along without this luxvry, Wit may not be any too fond of our J. W. THOMPSON: %-vww ""'""

. ..r,. and the cost is st> small. own society: but we do hate to see anybody BROWN FARM.-40 acres of splendid' land a quarter mile from
reject It. railway station 200 yards from school and church; 4-room frame
i' : We have all kinds of the best Furniture and House- house with 2 fire places, 2 porches, house surrounded by nice' shade t jI.{

I furnishings at right prices for cash or easy weekly] pay- It !. easy' The to be Cheerful cheerful If H.bit.;you try. FUNERAL-D1RECTOR1 and ornamental shrubbery; about 15 acres In cultivation, fenced, '

ments. For the fount of mirth la running full stables, etc. Cheap at $40 per acre, time on half If desired. "
supply andLICENSED WV 'W s
"', Call in and let's talk it over. Bo be happy a. you journey on the way.
Though your good luck has departed WE ALSO HAVE 70 acres of land in the same neighborhood, 100.,
Still you need not be downheartedIf EMBALMER yards from station about 4 miles from Kissimmee. This Is all good ';,'
;you learn to touch button and be ray.; land about half of which is in the artesian belt and is excellent farm '

There's a lot In mental habit, ;you will ing and trucking land, the other half extra fine for citrus fruits; 15 lrl'

KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. and Opposite Courthouse acres cleared, fenced and cross fenced in a splendid state of cultivation : 4 i'
Joy or sorrow In to largely In Hjo mind +
I 3y An effort ;you can chas ;your grouch in good condition for planting to grove; about 5 acres of bear> .i 1"\"

e J. E. RUSH Manager. RwayX" I ing grove; 4 room house of not much value. This property. must be ; .
I. Smooth the going that wan hilly j
And be cheerful. little Willie KISSIMMEE FLORIDA II II sold, somebody is going to buy a bargain. Don't hesitate but come'.'*
',' \ OPERA HOUSE, NEAR NEW DEPOT It ;you learn to touch a button and be gay. I down. "

When ;you're feeling blua .. china or theaky -I 1ANN i'''
t A SPLENDID PROPERTY: containing 200 acres with railway,
: And sly;you feel like biting children on the S.II.BUkOCKREAL : station on the land, 50 acres in cultivation, 10 acres of fine young '

With ;your brain all gnarled and twisted. grove just beginning to bear; large 8'room house with porches, store
. -.. . . every way. building automobile garage, good barn and 80 tenant houses) railwa
Tou And can on joyful work moods up a reaction get action i station on the land, every acre splendid soil, most of which yia. -
It ;you learn to touch. button and be gar. ESTATE perior quality of citrus fruit land. This property will be" sold at a '

There .la more than ;you Imagine. 1 opine, ....................... bargain price and on favorable .terms of payment. It,I is within" two
In this thing of being cheerful by design INSURANCEExamination miles of a good thriving town of jover 2,000 people. -* f
At Mrs. E. L. Pearee'sA .
Having joy Instead of sorrow as ;you may. ---
Tou can work It to a finish.
520 of land located about mile from
acres half a railway statipl
.. And your trouble. will diminishIf
.beautiful piece China, will be given you learn to touch a button and be gay. ofaTitlesaSpecialty.: and 2 1-2 miles from the city limits of Kissimmee. Alt-'gocdTand' p,
. good drainage, convenient to railway and good town. A nice little; ,,
free with cash purchase of $1. ' Re. w .
p every The tw '
' .J' ". colonization proposition to cut into smaller farms and sell at a good.

"; This. china. has just been received-, ..:,'..n, .. _.:-. .-. profit. This can be had on favorable terms of payment. '

';.\ fcIn: all the new, pretty deslins.r"" '....ri; .': . rorresoondence Solicited.FLORIST KNK .
\"" "- "'\ < ; - FINE LITTLE HOME inside the City limits; 20 acre. of land inside .
: ,'. CHILDREN'SMeadytowear; r i'. '., "., : "I'..,<.:':' the city limits>, on cross roads,'property fronts, the'city beau.I I

5't : ." tiful little palace ofa home containing rooms'; pretty front( yard/, '
5' I. r. Q1 with nice lawn and many beautiful flowers; air good land, fenced,across tfd

fenced. A number of pecan trees, 'considerable citrus' trees,

Cut Flowers and Floral Designs some peaches; a large barn, good well with irrigation outfit, every
'-- in firstclass Owned whose businesswill
I thing shape. by a gentleman
for all occasions.
I : Potted Plants and Roses not permit of his giving this property attention. You will"b'uythis
plq, Special line' of Children's finely-made I specialty. a beautiful suburban home if you will come and see it.

.' !.v f' Gingham, Madras and Percale dresses II I WWW '
.. i
..,: S and Galatea rompers.Ladies' We have an opportunity to place a few loans that are absolutely l -.
I, '" ,r', safe at very encouraging rates of interest.*
Dresses I All klrxjs of Florida investments and excellent homes. :'I j;

. f, P "y rt
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I' .t'1 { if'r In pretty design, in Ginghams; Madras am sleepy." t t

.r .! ; :" ,'and Percale "Were you out last LEAVES roaKissimmee

; ,'ir t. " called.
< J ::1:: ; ,' Mrs E. L
"v Boms Traveler at 8:b0 A. M. and 2:00 P. M. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA:
f;' I : "You were raised in this town?" f
k' F )f t ..j 1 Returning leaves for .i'
'. fS 1 ""Y..." .
' ' I
. \. ": .' KISSIMMEE 9:30 A.M. and&:30 P, M. .
.'I..,, ., : :'. ',_ "And have never been a a7'r"Yes. : I .. .. .. .,'
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once. When 1 was a boy I
r: .r
t I. "'. ," had to go outside the city limits aftera FARE 25c .' r" K.
stray cow.

(I. ..,. ,.. \j:* ; :FOB: SALE. AT'' A BARGAIN, < Just 80."He JOHN .DAVIS-,. CAPTAIN. .-. S ... 1. 1.

: paid an exorbitant price for his - -
'.: ; ". t\\ ; 15,000 'ACRES machine." S .
a w / .
,' r';, ., "TVnat is an exorbitant price anyway -JIo Fi xtur

: :t. " ;il ,: ,Finest; Land in. the ,JKisginimeo Pulley' For "Anything r yon don't.want to pay." 'Snow's'i* i !1. Yi '= -_f_, S'MY'Safes SINESS" r

Borne Raise.; ,
""&"t',"_, ,' Tib tract,comprise* most-ol Township 29, Ranee 31, and lies along the "Don't you get tired tiring In the I :Y-luUR:; and Vaults

.' ;,': . : : ,. ,EAST, SHORE.OF LAKE.KISSIMMEE cIty?" '. . ,
"I can't aay that I do.:: ,. ,,* Guaranteed to be tZ
,TkU larte oodr; of water affords the water-protection against frost that ,'"But011 don't raise anything." ti -.,... Computing, Platform and Balances.
m.> f,4-1. 'f is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to the successful production of citrus "Onty the rent" .' ./' THE BEST Scales. :

;. .-, :' .'., ;fntits and early reieUbles.-; Every person familiar with Florida knows this.

".'" (" .toi ( -The situation is Ideal being only two hours by automobile from Kissi- Wanted peelffeatlena, C. W. GRIFFIN Market, Grocer .and Display Refrigerators. . r
_I: jj'rnmee.; and also the between would
:. directly on water route Kissimmee and the Darling.. I die for yon""Would '
i + ',:zrf '" .Kissimmee:;, River and lower Osceola County where land. are rapidly yon neon Henry North simmee.Phone8.: y :> :
I I ;v.''.\ (" being sold'at three times what I uk tor this.v "Indeed X wonld.." 5
J. 'e"?4.yW' "\; Call on or write to .. "- -\rtnrt4uaeaser -, Banks. Office and Store Fixtures.i .
I r .'; \Grqltone. C.Hotel W. WARD 4 OWNER Florida H. HaetoiMd to Remark. Boarding House for Sale. Sectional Book Cases, Filing Devices. ;

-Say. Judger:I Boarding house of nine rooms, including '
f. ,'" ,' School Lodge Church and Theater
, '. "Year- bath-room. Hot an d cold water .

?, '. w .+asp/A.,,/ +F+ .+.+..............a.a...a'a'r'aa' .a'a's' .eti.+a'a'a' ..+e4w'r'a'a'ws'tS ' I "I"What la your private. opinion"" bath House, toilet furnished and ink complete; electric and HghU.filled Seats. /,
always charge $Z5 for It.
;" ": ..1'"- :. ._' ,,': . '. : with boarders at this tl me. L.arge lot WE BOTH LOSE MONEY IF WE DON'T' SELL YOU. t :
r. -- j i i.
J \.r. ; -"- FOR. 'GOOD' PICTURES;; -GO TOTHE ,,, Kin to AIL 130x150.reasonable Can purchased For particular on very call t

GEM "I wish I bad a million dollars on Dr--thite us., ..H..M.. BREAKER & '
J'i .' .i' i ""The 1 wish pawnbroker I had a rich la uncle.just"down thestreet" Co. > 47-tfi .W. :G, .HANKINSIf .- .._'J : l

r T _HALL A PAYNTKR. PMOPMIBTOTfia: ... Box. 716 f.. Phone,' .\7., .. ,:

::5rr '. :' Willing t. Listen. Wanted i. An '''e peri-
) \ "' '-.,. " !
) "Can you keep a secret ". enced* i uJ.must
; j .balm" .ht,:Ansco.: Cameras' .andNFfInis! ; also'Cyko: )Paper., '-No better r'? than :yon'ahead. ;eaJk Gel dairy t }
I' .
r r.., .,. .. /" :' : Wotfc'.cton. :fpr.:amatttirt. promptly.; :Florida, yirw :)of''all .." ".' ,"I>I ]" be, a good ;'mUitety; ,Apply e ,

Jfi.S i' ;: ,.Muds:,' 'Price*r seasonable, AH vrork'guarantad' :.,*'" ,j>\ 'fZ; l On -OeeJ. ..;." .... ,to '''The Kissitnitnee ItV.News+ Itii the, Valley Gazer
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'hie coons wtD Jlay. to watcb "" ?
"" : thesoot, 'L
j : .'( ... ,( .. . .IMF .. +l'w++i M#+s'+M.i+. .rli MIr.esild sti And keep thsmeelTea ptlnUdl- : i tryo.\ .:if, "',
+, ; .. .. ... +.. +s + + + +M1 1 +if++ + +.e I
. In living to. leas or "
i..... .. .. ... '" p more" Yt d'S' fr
'di. .. .IIto] '.. .I" ... /I ...., ..:- The feature) rtoads ham, . :'I'Po 'JI<,/ .:,. .fi! .. .. . ; Ir
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Mardi 2. 1912 ?, THE Kl '" ; ''' '',,.. ': j'

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.' ... For Tax Assessor ,. .
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I u : decided before'the r .. .f .. -' . \.J;
I have 10 mr nana
17 kIrL t Voters of Oaceola County for the office ol Tax . .. u 0, ".
I Asa.aor. If I ehould be TOUT cbotcalu tb.pM : \, '.
t nary I shall. andeavor to fill thaoRloafalthfuMy t ,
..(' and tithe beat of 107. .bill',. Your support II' t'. VOTE'' FORDONEGAN: "
wIn be apPr cU d. Re.p.ctfung BA@BxB: "

J .

j For County Treasurer

l'1. Ballerina that t have folded the trust of the
; : people of OeueolaOfranty and haw ..".r..o. ,. .
t'r ::1c fir pM-formad the dutlea of the ofttoe, I now
aulloti your. upporl for cealectlon.B. .
1 ; .
J M r I. '
t' For Sheriff 'I'. '
hereby announce myself a candidate", for FOR'
thBortloeof BherltT ot.Oaoeola 0011017, mt the -. T .
nlog primary. If elected. again pl'Oml..1O .
do duty fenrleulf and impartially. Your
t tw mr
5 UPDorl U .eollclKwl. u. r, .-..."T\'.

'c1f V ,- State Senator r.

For. ,,Sheriff.I : .

.., ) announce myaetf a Candida!* for ,
the ofBo of Sheriff o( Oaoeola County, eubjert .
I to the action o'tha Democratic primary It ...
elected I plwlfft laltb.1 d..coa of- the du.fleeof .
t I the ofllua. ..., f.hlo..II.. '

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: i For County Commissioner

1q Attheeolloittioo.olmv frleudsII' hereby
announce that I am a candidate for county! commissioner .........'
from the 4th district of 0..1..
oounty. If ohoien to fill the office tilt promtnalo
du my duty to the boat of my sh without. "
either fear or favor trout any eotiraeReipectfully. ,

I For County-Commissioner. L rrr i it A i ir

f II I hweby annouuoa myself a candidate: for f
Ctmuty OotnmUaionPr from the Fourth district ;
of Oiicoola oo..n1 W'Ub to tnank the
4 I U for hair iliad..e.. lu the peat and solicittheir
In the future. If clouted I plaJgemy
faithful service and personal attention 10 t tA
the dalle of the omoe. 0. K. BA II. t a


For Treasurer

I hereby announce. myself candidate for the '
jffloe of County ITeunmr, and will appreciate A y P r
hniupnort the democratic voters at the 'rVt
ipprnaoblu prl.." $. L. LUPFER

Candidate for State Attorney Tax Collector it''J
; During my term of office aa Tax Collector, Ihere 1
given the work my personal attention and
Seventh Judicial Circuit jrved the. people of Oaoeola county to Die beat
{ 7tf of my ability. J. will be a candidate for releruoa. taw
: and if work I iu the of&oe haa met
with your approval. I win' varyvnuoh apprvote r ,
I. your aupport. Very reaoeotfully. r +


: For Member&tructlnn Board of_Public In- {1301

At the request of my frlcnda I take thiiethnd a .
of aunounclng myself a candidate' for .
the ofltar of member of the School! Board for -;--..-____- .:...
Ulatrlcl No a, Onceola' aunty and raapeoifaly -
I ..k the aupport of the votera or my district
9 .IT the coining prima"y election
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'W,y. ?a, p For Member Board of Public In- ',"'

nI struction. .. 1

I hereby a*o".o-l/r.o: :: / candidate School Board.forreeleotlou .

from this the))Flret dlatrlct., anbjedt to the ac. :
lion of the Democratic primary.WALTER C. BASS. He u one of the common people fand knows their legislative need + s '
o ,1.
He U a large tax payer and ',,,work for tax reform. I

,I :y 'I rf For County CommissionerI Osceola County U entitled to name the senator this time and DONEGAN ia Os- .' ,'1. 4

hereby announce m' self a candidate for reelection ceola's candidate. :1
to the office County Commissioner l
rl wy if from District No. ft,and respectfully elicit the .
support ol' the rotors In that dtatrlct pr
.W, 8. PEA RCE ,
1r l 'tZ I J 'L' \yt ,, .

i. i ia
? For County Judge. .
., r Ar To the Democratic Voter of Oeceola Count '
1 hereby announce that I am a candidate for rOR (
... re-election 'aa ubjeet to the act'Ion of the Democratic Primary 11
I sincerely thank yon for roar support In the I 'f t \ ; f4
paat. and will very much abpreciate your support '
again. . F. PARKERFor 'BA.Pn8Tlfii1.' :

Senator, 19th District.To . A. J. Holt, D. D., ''' "
Sunday- .
the Democratic voters of Otceola aunt:
Bible School.9.45 a. nL 't r
I hereby announce a candidate for
r'ro..m The Democratic Executive Committee of Orange County has put
reelection aa Senator the Itfth Dlatrlot,.. Preaching 11 a in. and T.15p.| m.t: ;tt
ubjact to the action ol the Democratic primary.
I thank you sincerely.for your aupport lu thtaut the Senatorial claims in the proper light in resolutions. printed be- B. Y. B. U.6:45 p. m.
,and If you my legislative record. '
1 respectfully mtpport, a rain. Communion Sandayvlonday
-WCISC., Si ASSET. low. It will not endorse.any candidate who must be voted for by you. -(after 3rd Sunday). r

In this the Committee is right. Endorsement of such candidates isyour .Woman'. M..... Union-Pero.':3-p, m.>. r1
For Marshal. 5 Vedneaday-(after Itt Sunday.; .:

I hereby announce myself candidate for the business exclusively I I..ask your careful consideration and 'if you Worn. laIl... Union-Social,':18 UiCpmrhurtday J
ofDoe of Marshal and Collector for the ,City or ,>.' .., .' ,'. .
Klealmnnee., I believe that I can I < \ < ,," t'. t 'j ,. f
can bestlserve I ,
satlsfeetlun of all. and"W'lr think:I the district to renominate me.' '. : J' '
Ion to the I', a "" l ,
apecltulir solicit the support of the voters>t ', ,' f ; / * 'h) ,, Prayer meeting T:X) p. II\t' i

the approaching election. WABI" W Kino Yours respectfully l VI11 tor* always welcom,, \: .
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LOUIS C. MASSEY. PRKSBTTKKiAN.S. : : I'1f'. ":.; 't

For City Marshal. '

; CROMWELL GIBBONS I I.l I am a candidate-for the office of City Marshal ------- S. Snyder, paator.' ' '
I COL. and Tax Collector. If elected, I pledge a Sunday School 9.45 a.. m.-A. 8..
:. aitbful discharge of the duds.of%V.the RESOLUTIONS OF DEMOGRATIC EXECUTIVE COM. OF ORANGE CO. Nelson, superintendent. : '

Church, Service 11 a:'. m. and 7 O6 p.m.
r 1
For Mayor. Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. 'm.,. .. <
.l .j: "it ANNOUNCEMENTSFor I I hereby announce aa a candidate"" for the WHEREAS, Od January 2Cth, 1912. the Democratic Executive Com' Prayer and Bible study Tb.undayT7.00: "'- :

office support of of Mayor the voters of Kfavlmmee of the ..and. solicit It elected tie mittee of Osceola County by resolution, called to the attention the p.m:. , ,' 1

will endeavor to do all In my power to fire the good Dem6crats of Orange County an alleged agreement or customV Visitors moat.:cordially.. ;In aO
Clerk Circuit Court.At city a food business administration during the

tba urgent solicitation 1 of roy friendUirouKboui coining jaar. N.C. BBYAM. dividing the Senatorship of the 19th District equally between-the-two ...rvlc.) .., ..- h.

elf acunif Mate uie Knuait.f.:r flrrkol I hereby l6.ClrruiICourt announce: UIT counties, and expressed the belief that the patriots of Orange county' METHODIST' j *

la and for I wish itavrola to funk flinty tae a: the prod coming for thaikiurl primar1r t hereby announce For Marshal my candidacy for the democracy would.not suffer:this cause to be broken at the present time HT.. Gainea, paator. .. -

o"N"'" In the |>a...and aollclt. their' en p-' pfflnaof Marahal and Tax Collector of the city and then proceeded to endorse a Candidate for Senator. Therefore,.belt{ Sunday Scbbol at 9A6L.l.-J.L.: ,, ,
If. I m,
port In tin future 1o ri .faithful of M-rvt'the om..a.and.. P'{.M-rrnnal... alteDllou lo thduttra .' voters a* the .approaching ally .lection.ARNOLD RESOLVED: by the Democratic Executive:: Committee. of Orange Overstreetsuperintendent." .....

jwlfu.vguBT@KETrFor : : BASS. County assembled February 17th 1912, F i't.acbtng..rylce.ll' a. .m.. and 7:80;

4 t rM,; I Jfor Marshal 1.. Thatthis; committee knows ,of no agreement or custom by any p., :,nuJunior> _League. 2_ p.' nu, a t

Tax Assessor. I take Ibis method>( announcing myself aa competent authority by which the terms of the senators from ,this district -I ; 'Wed.17:30' '
I. a candidate for the oflloe of Marshal and Tax Senior League } p,. nu ,
11i-rvbf anuonnr myself\ a eandMale for tba ('olleeorfottheoityofKtmtmmeW II electedI must be equally diyided between .Orange and Osceola countlessThe / :' Gen. service Than. 7:30 p. nu ''
: ,,11\0"\ "! 1... AHacaMtfa oonoiy, aod will devote my entire, time to the oftlce. and prayer ;
t r.- fully. aoih' ' It ih. "n|>port o> the.vowra ID will andeauor lo do' my full duty on .all equal term given to the last senator from Osceola county was because Holy communion'ever let Sunday. .
tba sppruahing P. O. WHITE.Lqokt '
ocoailona. '
: ,T. BOTUI. t .'- of the services and record of Senator C..A. Carson and. being' .YO .re cordiallyInvited; to,.each of., lr.; '
these aervicea..
.' personal to him, is not to ,be construe as an admission by the Orange ,- , 't.t.-.,..
For Tax Assessor. Another candidate for Uarahal and Tax County democracy that the senatorial terms: are to alternate equally ; -V'M.t. ft* 'If!P
Collector! I will appreciate your help ,CBAISTUN; ,. I k
I horrtov arnoanra.niy.elf\ a candidate for O &. YOU1< tba lax Assessor of o.->county. A-. M: Chlaholm,paator. ,
the of the tn the That in the opinion of this committee the democratic voters of % '
i and anilclt Du..tlo support primary.E votera. ap. 2. Preaching at,11 .. m;,"' and 1M p.. m. r
A. 1ttaxaTSt: For myself Marshal for I the .19th district should elect their senator according( their,: estimate 'c Bible School 9.45 au; m.-C" .:E.'Yow.ilsuperintendent
1 I hereby announce a. candidate" '
'k .} ; :,', lb.olBoe of .......bal.nd Collector for the city of the fitness of the respective candidates. ; i.'H. Harri, a*..lUnt, t
WESTIre of Klaalmmee,and reapeotfully' ark the supportof .
kk'T. ,.F: For Tax Assessor the rotes at the coming electloQproinlalnf 3. That the democratic'voters of the district will nominate'a can superintendent , '
faithful aerrice if .._. Oao. E.rlsere. Christian.Endeavor'. i I.every Sunday,
ii . Cmndidavtt :F. r', Attorney. General ol barebv announce malf a".00'01'.the. didate for senator In a primary held in this county regardless of place ,! evening at 6.00rrp.: nu -

) ; fffloe..of the Tax will Aaaritorol of the Democratic Oaoeola troh-n "b.J. the NOTICE of residence under the auspices of this committee, which Is the judge of rraver meeting and r choir practlc..r',

r ;r I ri I-f j sfa', native- of -tKe" 'state. ,has'been eomlnK give my primary prr-oHal, aitentloa and If rleotrd lo every I promliw rimatl rnnueotad to. the t hereby omoe of a..nollnco'Marabal and myaelf Tax Collector a candidate and for I the returns in this county. It would therefore, be improper for, this cry Thursday at.7.15 P: m.arl.OOPAL. '

In the active practice of the .ilb tbe 011I". C.: UCKEL3 : ak the support of the rood people of this committee, under such circumstances to endorse any,candidate.' -
town. I .m.poor man and I need II and I am '
, law for ten years has served In not a gambler. ace a whiskey drinker. I am L
for what In right and If elected' I will endeavor Kev.David p..Kidd, rector. .: '.
, tha House of .Representatives and For Supenntendent of Public to da my duty. .* UKNOEK8OM. eeond and fourth SanJdavatJlKXa.

'" State Senate, and Is in accord with Instruction. I _.... Will dose at 6 O'Uock. for Sale . Service every. m. . .' .. rA

the progressive spirit of the times. Thereby anemone myself a e.ndkl.te for the For State Attorney Klctlmmee, Fla, March 6, 1912. No.429-Laqe; lot on which I la located .Communion 2nd Sunday -at. morning'.,
fAov of Rupeilmrndent ol Public InMructlon To the Dnroocratlo Totrra of the 7th Judicial A/
of Ow-eola oonuty,subject to tba a 111 of the Circuit Of Florida We the undersigned agree to close one aeven-room and on* three-room erneea. '
I Democr.tie.namatlb.. ontnlnf prlnary and !hereby announce that I am a candidate for Ii Guild meeting every aNt Tneaday.flonda .,
of business at 6 o'clock P hoUae. Large house I with
If elocU'd'I will d"roie my entire time to the reappotntmena. aa State Attorney for lb. our place lighted '
4ttttea, of tba once. R. D. OUIOK... ftevenlh Judicial of ,
Circuit Florida subject lo
I( the action of the Democratic primaries laADril M., except on Monday and Saturday electricity, ha toilet and kitchen rink Maps. 9t
$1 l: or $2 per Ac re .per Month 1I11 12. Yon have honored ma with thla 1 small house also ha lna- and toilet we
;f. office and I have endeavored to deserve Tour from April 2d to November lit, 1912. Upon receipt of 25 cent*at th.Florida
., confidence la ma by doing duty to the beat will sell this a* a whole or *eparately.Th of ,
.fo For Member of the Legislature. my Gasette office a pocket map
i, "'B u"j'Sawford eel.ry .. *,-Flowing' a".. of my ability. Watera-Caraon Grocery Co., R. S. I
tata well aara.teacl. MafclrHaatloa.f r k...lay annonnoe nyenlf ae a candidate for If reappointed,I pledre yon to do all la my ]* property I. well located, will pay will he mailed to any >the VvUnlUd
t laa alrelaa*, ood anbaoll,prove.d ..Mct.rO u.. oiAra of KepreaeIbaFMwIda ....' .. from thlaronntv la power..uphold Uw and order In our Circuit! Floyd, Rull Baas Market, Donegan Cat 10 percent on Investment If rented State. W. can..also''furnisti'maps T
lajteraat. water and rail traaaporta- I' l..W.,....anbjrrt to tbe will of to DaneerdwithtelrneettoatbThane of Oeeola county at 91 each and
ttoei. Oar llbaraf ooatract a I Iowa eta n",\_._.". voleraat the eomlnc primary as you for past kindness. I rea pact fully tle Co. Market 1) K. Bleni Co., c. W. Price -of both; houae |2.00a H._ M, I ,
:yaara" t. .." ant. Title Bond Oaaraatea and ask tba aopporl pf all the vhlir TrMrra ol 1l aak your support ....... Joan C. Jowls, : h -- wmb.ladtoeatmateone.ctbaalmapeof : __ _: < Co...Baaferd.. .'.... **.ll'r U1.8OU"I B. cL&T bTaNrOBD. ,, State Attorney i Griffin O. M. Howell. Breaker & CoyL' I any kind -;- .*. rr
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la Circuit Court. ..... of Florida. 'y S

II. M. Pfah and OMrrs T.Blncaltary;Complain. Call PROFESSIONAL er W-I5H to say' to thepeo'pk;:
H LEGALADVERTISEMENTS ants ... Peter Paul. Dsiendant Heventh Jndl.clal for Democratic Primary S who are, contem platfivs
I Circuit. Oaotola County- la (;h_",. : I ; '
It sppsarlnr. br affidavit/ appended to the bill CARDS buying draIn. tile, that I If,

.' filed In the above-stated cause that Prior Paul Elections I Io have added a machine to ray bug- \
/ Itis defendant therein na....... Is a nonresident of drain tile that
for making
; of Application Letters' the stats of Florida and .. resident of Berlin. In S RIVERS M. D. mess '.
; the state of Qeoraia and .. over the ace of twen Td.:! I can make you a better tile than, I
Patent and Incorporation ty-one years'It; is therefore ordered that said The Deraonritlo Executive Committee of On can buy outside, for a good
nonresident: defendant be and he Is hereby required eeola County in the it.i a of Florid, her-by o PHYSICIAN ,and! SURGEOOMlc8 you l
$, Notice Is hereby rl..en thst the undersigned to appear lo the bill vf complaint filed\ in calbi and provide:: lop the holding of a Oemo deal less money. '
0 apply to the gov.ruurof the etate of Florida said cause 'on or before Monday, the (th day of oratlo Primary Election to be held In compll- Onceola Pharmacy Call and see my tUe and get my
the /4th day of April A. 11. 1912. for letters May 11<11. otherwise the allegations of said bill sure with the laws 01 the state of Florid. IdA over before buying: It will
.... InonrporstlnaKlsslmmea, Narooossee. and will I.. taken as confessed said defendant. )rlmsry to be .o bo"letla Mid county: of OoceoU I t K .*idenee frS: prices pay: " Coast Hallway Company under. the follow. It is further ordered that this I order be published In the tute" 01 Florida the legal p6l1lolll.l.o. PHON": fulilue 14"W'.L. you., I will make 3, 4 and 6 in. ;,.
proposed charter and articles of Incorpora once a week for four eonsaeutlve weeks In: In each election' district lu Mid county during
eoopyofwhlchhsslwenftlsd In the oino. the Ktsalmmoe Valley Qasett,.a newspaper pub- the hours flxed. bT law for the holding of eleo DICKERSON t
I the secretary of state of the ststa of J'.I loifla.O Ibhed In said county and state. lions on Tuesdays the 80th davot April, A. D. B >IBroadway
W. "si*'. 0 This, March. 8uth 1912.: Wit. for the nomination of all Demoocstlo can and Midland R. R.
c C. A. Ca.-... Seal) R. O. Jo sio didate for oltIpe' national, state -and WINN .: ;
JohnM.Les. Clerk Circuit Court. to be voted for by the Democratic:: :;utZ'' ,

E. t.. I.eslry.W. *.4 By Elisabeth Johnson tin general election to be held. November, ., C
.. : B. Uaklnson Oompsnr. Deputy Clerk.Q IttW.\ and to be appointed by: the Democratic ?PHYSICIAN ''i
4. II. C. Stanford. F. Krlbbsj Solicitor for Complainant": lilt governor of the state for the ensuing. twOPotts. ,
W. A. Mal >ol. --- BlBIOKNI| (. PHONt 811' 3TJ KtaslsislS.Ortca .,........... .........jatc""" ; :.:
Arthur j:. Donegan. a..OOllD PRIM ART. U7. 'LOND. '
ProNM \
Notice of Executor. r.
H. Flaming.Hunter IReal
: Land Company In[ Court of the ronnty BtaMof ..101'1.... Provided that a second pt'm.' .,.. when necessary M. TILLER .
William H. Lynn, In r. Kata... of JUdll''l I aX. I>e..' 4 Harry W, Thurman. ola County tie held' on Tuesday, the ;JI
.t M. Kali.McCullougb. Holice Is hereby; rlren to all whom it may to choose between the highest candidates Estate: Agency. :
A McCrory, (.oiicern that on the let. day of March. , A. U. *-here nominations shall not have been made

I .. of Incorporation and Proposed Chartao lull, I shsll spplr to the Honorable Ueo. F. Par and by a at majority the second vole In' the tim primary ..election and I t ................................. 1
....r. Judge of Mild Court, as Judge of I'robste J'r'ma..I"cllon only such PHYSICIAN SUIlGEONor tfr
of the Klastrnme Ksreoossea and gut Coast furs final. dlMbsrce" ss Administrator of the lecUira a* were queliaed 7 Rallw.1'' r uto( Temple A. Minx deceased> ; and that st primary election hall be .permitted to vote. .'' 4 Realty Bought and sold.
The undersigned hereby associate themselves the name time I will present my dna accoUnts Ihe L>*uiocritio Executive Committee: calling Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 Houses rented. .. ''i
r ;' for the purpose of becoming Ineor....... as sdnfiiLintrstor: o( said ea"58. and ask for Mid primary election I In compliance with said 4
under the laws of Florida, and under the their. approval. litwa hereby declare the term and condition > 4 Taxes paid and Titles ver-
... proposed charter Dated Ang-uu 1st. A. D 1B1I. ol..b legal elector offering become can. DR. B. D. WIENENGA. .. .
c. A. MINX.: didate or to vole at inch election are to be ified for non-residents. '
S Article L 80-lmo 0 mo Admlol tr....... regarded cud taken a. proper ntemben ol the Fire Life and Accident In- t.
4 The name of this corporation hall be Klsetra- Democratic party, and therefore entitled to :
., Nsrcoossea and East Coast Hallway Com.blf'bel --- -- --- participate and be e.adld.lee( for, and vole at "" STOCK TREATED FOR surance. v
S } principal' office and'place of business Notice ot Executor for Fihal such electiotis.QUALIFICAtIONs. ./
S in the city of Klsslmmes. Oseeola coun ALL DISEASES 4 Indemnity Bonds. ,
In the state of Florida and branch offices Discharge.In Or BLBCTOU.Thoie : .J

1 be established elsewhere as may be desig Court ot the County: Judge But o{ Florida-. and only: those, person ahall be par- Door Itlht Phone Phon.11I7. 182 ORLANDO, FEA.TR. ftf. . . .w. w 'W ,
by the board of directors.Article. In.reeststeof Msrtba A. Turlington, deceased. mined or piirllclnste lu the manatee-
1 I : rittlt: : ; .. .
Osreola tESnt ,
county. election who are white - -- - - ----- -
i II. I ?'uticeisberebygiven, to all whom It mi) Democratic electors, who declare their adherence N. U BRYAN
The general nature of the business to be trans pimceru, that on the 10th dsy of May, A. U.11I12. . to the principle and organisation of the .
f : by said corporation shall be the construc I hall apply to the Honorable Ueo. 1".. Democratic national I. st, and cOunty.
maintenance operation of a railroad for 1'arkrr Judge of said Court, aa Judge of Pro who are by ttriw of the Mate"I lawful elec DENTIST
T' .: transportation of passengers and freight bate for a final discharge" ss executor of the tors In the district In which they offer to vote. Tne Home }
i N.__ in said county of Osceola cmate of Martha A. Turlington deceased : and who! have paid their poll t..... legally due Squires Building I
.... said Oseeoia county to s point to be des tbalctlhesametImfI will present my: final within the time required by: the I.wof the -
; ... by the board of directors on the Kisslm" accounts, as executor of said estate, and ask for regulating primary elections' and who New York Avenue .
#. Vsllsy extension. of the Florida Last Coast their approval.' : :.W. when challenged: ; by any elector, mane ST. CLOUD FLORIDA 1
S .-. either In aad-Oscet t county, or In the Dated November 10th, A. D. 1011. In riling his o"llIbtolor. an Inspector that he Bakery Man
j county of Orange, a distance of R. O. Magi:, did not Tote against the nominee of the laM
fifteen mll_ 40.1 motmo Lfmocrstlo primaries for the national State J. VV. IMP8'ONDI 1
Article III. and county officers.LIST I OK. desires to. thank the citizens ; '

The capital stock 'd'1.\ corporation shall be for Democratic Congressiona or orrtcca TO >. FILLED BY DEMOCRATIC and visitors for their \
t Hundred ; (lldO.OOO' '( ). con fKIMAKY ELECTION. N riST. I patience during the rush for' ....
.. of On. Thousand ..h.....of the par value Primary.To .
tt On. Hundred Dollars (SIOO.UU. the Demorrsllo Voters of the Second Con Each elector In said county qualified to vote Upstairs in Katz Building Bread. In future we will ,
Any part or all of said capital stock may be irexeioncl District of Florid 10..1.. primary election shall have the right 'to 12 have a larger variety of goods' ': .
4 either in cash or In or The Campaign: : Committee ot the Democratic. to Tuteln saul primaries for: O CE I'OUR l" a. m. on hand.
: i ft eny: \\rl One candidate. :
for I'realdent of the .
at a just valuation to be In- Committee of the Hcrtond Congreosiousl District . United s"fl:30to5:30p.m.1: :
F .
... or by the board of director. at a of the State of Florida hereby KI,... notice 8Ia'Joe' .candidate for \ Telephone No. 76 Jun 6.1n I Hot Rolls Cream BiscuitandBreaciwhiteandbrown i
I ::::: 1:1 called l for such purpose and the judg* as follows: from the slate at targe representative congress ( "
S said ineorporators or directors as to the First. A primary election forthe nominationotJfc )
of such property labor or services shall "bn Democrstlo candidate: for Congress from One candidate for congress from the Second ID R. W. W. CARSON for
congressional district.
. upon U.. stockholders and all parties Breakfaat'j
sl* l dintilct to the Stxty.lhlrd. Congress of the
.. with said! corporation. Polled States will be held on the 80th day: of One Cine candidate candidate for for national governor cop ol mlttetmau.the stale of DENTIST Cream Puffs, Monday and

Article IV.Thin April, ALi UH-i Florida. and oftenerif
-- ; Second should there be a failure In the Thursday. 'f
One candidate for
'justice of the
S .. -eerperatioe-shall-esisl 4a-sesp.toity.iu*. --4or-4he---u.min.Ltm\ r.1 a n..m""UL1L .Q supremeOue Office over Cole's Jewelry StoreS i i"Office called for. \:
sooner dissolved according to law.
candidate for Congress from' the said district candktsteone : for - - "
F Articls V. to the Mxtj-thlrd( Congress: of the. UnitedStales candidate for attorney.ecr"tarrot general.Kate. Hours: o":;'lSrTB"; 7 1 AI.6 -v avarietfCake. - :,
a second primary will be held on the Office 158
One cHiididale for phone
The business of the said corporation shall be oomptroller. hand at all ;
S 8Mb nay of Nay, A. D. 1VI2. On. candidate for slate tresnurer. Residence" 23 on S ,
by a prsaldent. on. or more vice-presi Third. An election, of a new Democratic
One candidate for
'". a secretary land treasurer and a board of Congressional Committee fer laid district will Public Instruction.One state Superintendent of times. ::
of not I lees than II...nor more than nine 'beheld the !anth! day of April. A. D. IDI'A: to '
candidate for
S ........ the number of directors to be fixed. by be composed of one member from each county ture. commlsaioner agricul E. j ALFRED SMITH 7

stockholders, In said dlHtilot I to be chosen by the Democratic One candidate for railroad ,.
The following named persons shall be the offi. voters of each county, respectively.Fourth. commissioner. '
S to conduct the business of the corporation The rules governing the elate primary One One candidate candidate for for adjutant slate' chriniet.general. Special attention given to the I I ),

J the of officers officers who of shah the be corporation elected I st shall the..first br. election Slate Committee, ss 'promulKst: rtiall. control by tho Democratic lu tbeprimary One One candidate candidate for assistant. state auditor. treatment of Women and !i --- J!'

S qualified.: C. W. Ward president; J. II 'I election of a nomInee for Congre..swhere Nineteenth senatorial for district.slate! senator from the Children. !, ',.;
. first vice-president: John M. Ln-. applicable! and, 1 not inconftlstcnl with one candidate for
member of the house of
vice-president: M. Kstx. treasurer: H. specific. requirements of this committee.
::Stanford, secretary: and the' following dirvc.\ : Fifth reiireKentatlveM. Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE: 184
'. ...: C. W. Ward. J. H. MeCullouith. John M. n lIr'lR:1\ hite justifications Democrat for jKiKsesHlng reprenentative ::. the- One One candidate for county tldga. 24-3moBpd
S candidate for sheriff. enneth ButIe
S M. Kat.. H. Clay Stanford. H. W. Thurmsn I
In the of United
Congress the Klllle.lrome.ld One rnndldnla for clerk' of the circuit court. -- -- - p. .
B. U Lesley.The district, may become candidate for the One candidate for county .......HOr of taxes
annual meeting of the stockholders shall nomination\ in aid primary election liy fTing: one candidate for.. P. A. VANS AONKW W. B. CBAITFOsD
held on the nrat Wednesday. of February of with the chairman of this I committee: : I viz.\ : One candidate for assessor. .
year. beginning with the year 1U1.I. st which linn. O. L. lie I....11. at Frrnsndms, Florlds. on ,public limtructlnn. county superintindont of V ANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDtTTORNEYSATLAW |
the directors shall be elected; and the or before the let day of March A. 1>. WM. a I
One candidate for
. of the corporation be elected by the written statement as required l h y law of his 0 county surveyor. SHOP ;
One candidate for BARBER
..., .. .. county treasurer. {
S after the
; as soon' practicable: annual O'l"'AO| to l b" ncn candidate which nuto- One candl'late for siitivrtlsor of rcylhtratlon.MX .
meeting. ment shall be nlnnud by him and shall be accompanied candidates: for from i
delegates the stale
; Article VI. with Three Hundred and Xnvrntyflve of Florida at large to the National Democraticconvention. Offices: Citizens (tank BuIlding
I Dollars as sn si.s_ment to aid In dHrayIng : .

: i Said and corporation shall adopt by-laws shall adopt for the an government appropriate expunxcH. Candidates: f>f lioldluK for said membership primary; I election.elxtn. on the: ond 1 wo congressional candidates, district for delegates lo the :o..1I..n..ll.I"m.from the ,.;Sec. Kissimmee\ __ __ ___ Florida j jJ. Cold Drinks & Cigars I :i iKissimmee

_- its affairs not Inconsistent with its articles of Congressional Committee nhall not be required ocratic co".nl..uMI. . '
5' and the laws of the state of Fiori I to pay any eHseamnent, and thll make their .. candidates. for E HOOM H. D. GKIOKSl: : I&
which by-law. may be amended or ... ... pllcHtlon for place ou the ballot to the respective One candidate presidential -ctors. Fla. for
_ the board of directors as may be provl.1.1.: In I county committees.Seventh. 'jiidlclvl circuit. attorney the Seventh lOON & GEIGER

by-laws. TM committee will csnvs. thereturuM One candidate for prosecuting attorney of l
Article VII. of such election and declare the rtwult the "oual"ourt '
and will In due sesaou issue Instructions .",,1promulg.1e ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW _
Kach elector' in etch to-wit I
Ths highest amount of indebtedness or liabili rules 'I justice district : .
to which the corporation can st time sub thereto. Non 2. :Jl, 4 and ft, shall nave I ihe right to vote i
any Ordered and done under and virtue of
Itself shall be One Hundred Thousand Uol- by for one. candidate for constable and on. candi Office State Bank Building {
(10U,000)'). the power given us under the law ami rules of lltItLtor( juHtice of the peace In their reHiectivu} Kissimmee. Florida '
the committee this of .III" F1eininfT.
i'S 2bthu January 1 justice, of the peace districts. Sprigg
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: Article VIII. L. WaLrzl I.L.. (candidate for member of Ihe State Democratic \
Chairman C'ml'aUn' Com mitt". of Democratic
Tha names and residences of the subscribing 0 committee (-J- PKRIBBS:::;
S ., together with the number of ( ong. tom.ltnd' ong. Dint.of. Florida One candidate for member og theCongrcs.slonal .
Attest: JEBHK; bl'nn.: ..ecreta., 6.131: .
. of the authorized capital stock\ subscribed Executive committee of the Second cougresslonal CLEANING i
S by each are as follows: district.R.oh ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE: FLA.
elector In each voting district within I PRESSING w
McCulloug-h & McCrory. Orlando. Florida, CO An Ordinance :
: ,. the county: shall have the rlKht to vote foe one
member ot the county: Democratic Executive I Examination; of Titles a Specialy. DYEING "d y"
; John M. Lee. Kissimmee. Florida. 10 shares.W. An Ordinsnoe to Amend Section 238 of the
t 'S' B. Maklnaon Company, Kissimmee, Florida General; Ordinances"Olt\\:': City of Kissimmee.Florida such committee-elector from reside the voting district in which Notification and payment of taxes of REPAIRINGLeave .t
shares.C. o relatives Speed and Use olBicycles. non-residents given careful
V/ Ward Klalm"" ", Florida 1 share, . TiMe FOR QUALIFYING. .
_ _ : .;, : ; C. A. Carson K...Imm.... Florida, 1 share liE IT ORDAINED BY THE couNCifj OF S attention. anL
CITY Each desiring to have his ;
B. L Lesley. Kissimmee Florida 1 share.II. Till: OF KlSrflMMBH FLORIDA. person name print " word house .
S ; C. Stanford K lealmm_. Florida, 1 share. section. 1, That S W. A. McGee Beaver Falls Pennsylvania. 1 of the City ofjClselnimee.; FlorIda, for any county loltice shall tile with thu OOBERT.G: JOHNSTON :' will be called\ lor and returned.SatisfactionGuaranteed. "t.!
.... be amended so ss to read *a follows ..secretary 01 this committee on or before' the J.V r\\: .V ,! ' S
S Arthur B. Donegan. Klaslmmea.. Florida. 1 "22$. It shall be unlawful for any: person or lOll! day of March! A. D. l'ili\ his notice of :; ". r'ZDrlller
.. eandiuacy I and application to have his name so
SH. persons lo ride a blcicle en COT of the tiled or ; t
S Fleming: Athens Georirls share. cement xldewalks :wlthi: the corporate,! limIts printed upon a blank to b. lurnl.heby the ATTORNEY: AT LAWK1SSIMEEE ,
Hunter Land Company Minneapolis. Minne' of KiMlmmce, Klorlds. Any person or persons said secretary ami accompanied! by the .,.
.. 1 share.V.H. :: amonui of his SH&CMsmcnt. SH siMH-llicd below. \
convicted or vIolation of thin Section aaall Usfl : : -
\ 111 Trinity New York 1 and no name ol any Mu-h cantlidale ftbail heprinted ;
5' Lynn. Building ned. lu a Mum dot to exceed $10.> or by Imprisonment .1 FLORIDA I "
: I . In the faisboose, at hard labor for not upon or conlited or returned, if prlntd L. JII.toC..A..L:! +.rISTEe: ')
: W. H. Triurman. Klssimmee. Florlds. 1 share.M more than than ten days, or b> both such Hoesand upon any such ballot: unles this proviHionshall "
.. Katx. K..Im.. ...... Florida I share.. Imprisoumeutsection ." have been complied uhf I,. LOU18J MASSEY T. WCTON WARLOW :K:1sa1r.nnLee's:
\ Late Counsel for Judge ff. the 1"VIV'ell
d, i -- :2. That all Ordlnnncea or parh of FORM BALLOT9..
S Florida R. R. lomm. Criminal Court
Ordlnancea In conflict with the provision I I
.. of Florida. County of Osceola- Vi
as.Pe herein contained be cud th. herebyrepealea. The voting In said primary election shall be .
to': << It known that before me. the undersigned hy ballot, tu accordance with the provisions of I :ATASSE-Y & WARLOWATTORNEYS ,
: "' public. personally appeared C. W. \ aid Passed In open session of Council this /5th/ the !ta a primary law a! enacted in 1VU1.*. Hald SI Is i prepared to drillARTESIAN
.> A. c......... John M. Lea. E. L. Lesley. H. O. day of March A. D. 191:!. ballots shad' be printed and dislrlbutea' under .
W A. McCool. Arthur E, Uonegan. H. w'. D MAKINF .. W. H..Lynn.. II. W. 1 herman and It. (SEAL) Attest J. R. OILBKIIT.S ballots shall be l printed only the usni". of such LAW WELLS --J Jin
\ ... to me well known and known to .... to be Clerk City ol Klaslmmee.Approved . candidate for state, cud national office as mm Practice In all the Courts of the Piste and of
S "described In and who subscribed be certified by the chairman ihe .
this 7th dny oT March' A. D. 11S.H. of Stale Kx the United States. also before the Florida "
names to the foregoing propoeed. charter.. CLAY STANFORD: Msyor. eeutive committee, and the cbalrniau tbs road Commission and the Interstate Commerce Hall- any section of .Florida. q
severally. acknowledged that they executed 11-6 Stats Congressional committee, arranged In '
: : same for the purpose therein."pre...... alphabetical order; and next In order-shall be 'I"
Witness my hand and official seal at issimmea, printed the namva of the county candidates, 11-14 CHARLESTON Bt-DO. ORLANDO. FLA. Ten years ot successful Well '
It ( the county and state aforesaid this 27th dayoi Real estate oppo'rtunities are here, and in such order as may be prescribed: by: therespective 'MlyrD ...
S ........ A. D. IBIS.ISeal county committees.cAkvsss Drilling is a Guarantee of my ..f
) E. VANBAONIW.. and they are knocking: at the door of R. WILLIAM SANBORN KING Ability to produce the
Notary PublIc State at Large. Or RETURNS.: beat."t'
S results.
every man, but they are not going to ; \
) Ky commission expires. December 14, 1914. This committee shad meet. at noon on the 6th ,
break down the door and go in after day of May: or sooner If all the returns are In, OCULIST -----. S. ?

IS -r :S' ..of Florida. County of _"-", tbe sleeping man. He who would avail ettheoouutyoourI tha return cud home declare, cud what publicly candidate' canvass Associated with Dr. Christ TWO AND FOUR INCH'. A .:.

I It known that before me. the undersigned himself of these opportunities must nave been nominated by: a rasorlty) vote for Cheney Block, Orlando Fla. WELLS SPECIALTY
........ public personally appeared J. H. McCul- each county ooe. cud In what C..... the ....,.
: \ a member the firm of McCuIlough' grasp them now, for there are others nod primary election will have, lo be held, sod OFFICE HOURS: 9-11 A. M., 1-3 P. M. ',,
4- S to .... well known and .knows to DM to the cnairmsa and secretary. of this committee.wlibln ", "
S f the individual described In and who subscribed waiting for the same to come their two days thereafter, shall certify to tbs and by appointment. lltf P. O, Box 844 5
name of saM firm to th. foregoing? proposed. chairman l>f the Btate Executive committee '
and acknowledged that h. executed. the way. the result of said primary election In said : : Florida. 1
'I ; In"behalf of said firm for tbe purpose county: showing ,,,. remit of each. piecinet.sndshalial.oosrtifyto ANDREW JOHNSON

S ..zpressed.WItn Desirable 10-Acre Farm' the chairman of the _
my band and o0Icl,4 seal at KuuHrrr Very Consreasloual committee such result i* to ths ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW - --- -- -- j
; .,In the county and stale .'-' this 18th Great candidates tor members of congress from the
S ',01\.\ of MercJi.AJ' >.l/ia. at a BargainImproved said couiresalonal district. Will Practice in all Courts
: : (Seal)) E. Q. VANS *05gw. State and Federal ,
Farm. Located on best -'TL ,
Notary Pvblte. State at large
;S My commission. ,expires December 14. 1 11114. road in Usceola County, H' miles. from For"the purpose of defraying tha expenses of Office adjoining Broadway White
tha two primary aleotlons. Including tha payment Citizens Bank Kiasimmee Leghorns
: : depot. 10 acres that I. fenced and high of Inspectors and clerksprinting, etc,
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of Florida. County Osceola-ea. the following assessments ..levied agaInst _
: ; ... me. the and.......... officer personally tate of cultivation, tad is the best prospective candidates for the various countyofflceal Hatching Eggs 6.00 per, 100.

_ r !f. .1. ; pselud O, W. Ward. J. ,H.M ale. Kats.;sukNurh.Hsrry John W. trucking land in this section. Has gtate senator .' 00Representative Big Bargain In a Home Pens of '10 choice hens and cock- '

L. ...; :.I'i Donegmn. H. C. ": good well, 8-room cottage stable, wa- in the legislature .. . ,16 00 Splendid new six room house just Inside one and a years old, for sale on
S .. H, Flemlnar. M me well known who being Clerk olrooJtcourt. 00 00 and after May 1R. Will book
., wen, each.for himself 110011 oath says that gon-shed and poultry house; all readyfor Treasurer 60 00 city limits fine deep well, lot contains order in advance when' '
S is one of Ihe subscribers. to the foregoing chap purchaser to begin work without Superintendent of public lna&rac"ell.4000 two acres of ground good,. new accompanied 1<... '
',,' i : and that It as Intended Id good faith to eon- County judge 00 COTaxaeor barn wagon and buggy sheds, and all by depositWilson
4.'S maintain and operate the railroad therein any delay or expense of clearing land 60 00
under fence. Fine
good new
tioD.... Tax eo 00Sheriff i
; C. W. Ward and waiting to improve before 'being ..60 90 for small truck garden or poultry aanch. Bros.

l .1. B. 1Ic.IIoaa"olon" ., able to", produce crop. This land Is Supervisor of registration .. .e. s 00 This is a fine proposition, where you
tt.S Is., Prosecuting attorney: county court.. . .. 2S 00
f S W. B. .....'- adapted to growing all, kinds of citrus Member school b.,4.. .. . . 8 00 will have the freedom of the country, Egg Farm'P.O.Bex '
c U5k j' MjBUts. County commissioner . 6 00 yet close enough to efljo>all the adran-. _
fruits started to
SJ j' Hairy W.Tnunnan, ; grove can' good Justice of the peso ,. t tages of the city,' such as splendid high 447 TAMPA
Arthur K. Dimsgan, la .. 100 I.
J H. V. Stanford advantage while land being farmed. school best markets, churches, ate. !

'- n : H. Flesning.. Come quick if you want best. bargain IJOIII'K'IOU. Price $1,600. H. M. BREAKER &: Co. S -
S ........ to srtvd" subscribed before me this Wth in this The following Inspectors' and clerks are 48-tf I .
of March. ?A. D. 1512. County. hereby designated to'conduct the said primary .
(. (Seal) B. O VANS Aoxarw.FuhUe. 13tf H. M. BREAKER &: CO. election ID: tie districts named:
S .... Notary State at Laram.My Preeicot No. I-o W Ashton1 C B Yowell. F
- J S 'eommlsejon expires. D >ember 14, 1114.13.6 W Stalker, Inspectors; W A h.laou.clerk. A Humdinger.The .
: For Sale. Precinct No. a-W L Moseley: K LOverstreet
Anal'Discham. W W hey Inspectors; f' H Tlner clerk
--i '5, rfor No. 428-Small orange and grapefruit Precinct No. I-Z T Riles, Raymond Lsnler following letter from an official

; # Court of the County Judge. SlatS of Florida grove consisting of 31 acres, 275 bearing Aaron Reaves, .Inspectors; D Y Johnson olcrk. : of Sioux City, Iowa, explains itself: The Florida Grower I
Osoeola Ocnu1t). In re JCstateoF L. H. Will. Precinct, No. 4-A E Drought( W H Mann' R '
S .. '; lama. -.. trees, seven-room house, good barn and L Mercer. Inspectors T N rarr. olerk. Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, '.
.,;, :' Notice I* nereby given to all whom It may Precinct No. 6-J R Donegan W K NeUl... For trurkera and fruit c....".... For
:r. thai on tie 2Mb. day: of April A. D. well 298 feet deep. Located inside of N 8 Blonnl. Inspectors; O 0 Davis, elerk. Fla. : I folks' who want to know about F lorIds -, I .
I .fr4 S : 1 shall apply\ to the Honorable ,, :!;" ; Judge of said Court, as "..dC.ol Pro- city) Balsdeo, Inspectors; W O McClelland. clerk. your ly.: 2.10. "
: J':, for a final discharge aa administrator of view of lake- excellent-breezes Precinct No James Dnrrance. W P Under splendid paper. n'. a humdinger.\ IithYeinlv subscription. Snup",y. Bright Clean., I !
: : estate of Williams deeessed sod bill Dewiltorr-
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'hJ,. : at the 1.Htl..:. 1 wilt present my final off the churches in fact yoq can have I Wright Jr CI...... trilefested: In yoor state1'and i 'iiLORlDAtIIOIVERorida -. -

..OIIDtII as administrator ol said estate snd Precinct No. 8-Robt L Evans r W Hill, ;J W and would like to have naJDe
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'..5 5 .t'<.. \: for their approvaL all advantage. city, Tlaon, Inspectors; D llndsll, clerk. my .1 8OO As ,...,. Tasspa, .., "
3 '. Dated Oct. I* A. D. 1911.\ '. not being crowded.-Call on H. U. : :. .. CAMPBELL.: placed on your subscription list. : .
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:March 23,19J2) TILE 'VALLEY
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Suburban Property for;Sale l :; .
,t Hudson Land.-Thls tract contains Id\ What frit to'Be* ,
acre in Ploedale not far from the a'

Spawn,Canning and Evaporating Fruit Christian? FLORIDA ON SALE
and Vegetable
: Factory; located on !high
,f.; 'ground with good drainage; splendid

i t dark gray soil with, chocolate subsoil; By 'Dr.It T. Muss J.MAN, -

\(;. .nice this.. to 10 place have acre locate la partly county splendid cleared high grove school Juat so a, of Philadelphia The Big Sale, of Land, Now' Going On with Great Rapidity" '

'ROOd churches and modern conveniencesnear TEXT-How ofUte shall my brother tin
at hand. Mr. Hudson will sacri as-lnt me and, ,,1 forgive htm T-Matt.
.:, fica on this piece of land if Bold within XXUI" !L ', -. C If you want large acreage, you want to see us. We have'it by the millions. "

ff the next few days'' Will introduce''> What Is It' to be a* Christian It la
\ buyer to the owner Of the l to the of Jesus. Jesus ,. '
land.-Per. possess spirit
; title, everything( all right. was greater- than the things he did. ,

I 5 Acre Tract of Land Inside the City Every Christian must be greater than 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland, .in a solid body, on 10,000 acres in"'Sumter County, near town of Leesburg, a '

Limita.-All fenced hog light, all in the things far he. does. I am the a spirit Christian.In of the railroad. 'This is good heavy, rich land,'well adapted to the. rapidly arowinawinter and summer resor).,' on railroad' lands
so aa 1 '
cultivation small house, the finest possess growing the highest grade of aardeninaproducts..
I Christ I do not possess It completely. Flowing adapted growing of citrus fruits and gardening products. '
large flowing well in the town.this; If I did. I would be .a second wells can)be obtained. Price' $10. per acre. '- Lease 9n.all except. 2.OOO acres of .this tract.! This-Is an e'x-: '
land is convenient to high school all Christ. I cannot possess the spirit of cellen!; barllaln. Price $5Oq p t'acre. "

the churches, and can be had at a special Christ completely. But I am a Christian B6.000 acres,-on F. P:. C. Rwy., in practically a solid-body, ,.r" --. : + .
bargain if purchased within the In so far as I possess this, spiritof free of leases About 30 40 cent of "- -
; to per this tract is virgin I.
next few We also have 10
days. acres Christt.What of Christ I timber, the balance good ,muck and prairie lands. Price $9.00per 9875 acres In Levy'County, Florida.. These lands are cut-
of land half a mile from the city limits, was the spirit '
acre. over pine lands, with productive loam 'soil and will grow all of '
on bard marl road, land is all fenced must seek to have the mind ot Jesus.In '
r the first place, Jesus Christ possessed the Southern staple crops sudh as sea island cotton;'corn cane, ;+
hog / all in cultivation
tight good deep
', the spirit of trust. He never 50.000 in Hamilton etc., and In addition are suited for fruit growing and winter truck j
County well together
well 8 room-house, stables-and chicken acres fairly ,
wail afraid. Then the first thing In farming There are numerous good farms In the' locality, and '
,, house; This is a splendid proposition, 28,000 acres tree of leases now, 15.000 acres to1 be deliveredJan.
Christian Is trust There were wherever trucklnahas been results
spirit attempted, the have been
the best In suburban farm 1st, ]1912. These are good lands. well adapted to general '
bargain a the' '
; out under "
n'ltliU when lie went very successful. This tract Is of, convenient size to handle for
', to be found In the Owner agricultural purposes such as cotton, corn cane and potatoes.
country. eastern stars and gazed up at the subdivision purposes, and those Interested in proposition of i
wants money, and will sacrifice. cerulean'blue and talked to God In The tract as a'whole at"$4.76 per acre, or will sell in tracts of 4
this kind should. I investigate immediately. Price $5.00? per acre.: .
Fleming Farm.-This fine little farm prayer; Yet even In the garden of from 5,000 acres up at $5.00 per acre.

r contain. 6 acres.,of land located inside Oetbsemane as he prayed, "Father, fl .'

'', y the city limits, about half in cultivation It be possible let this cup pass from' 21,795 acres of virgin pine timbered lands in Pofk County 18.000 acres in Saint Johns County practically solid body,' ,

'! I and fenced and cross fenced; chicken I my lips," he was Father's not world.afraid. A It man Was in a solid body near railroad estimated to cut 45 million feet of within eight miles\ east of Hastings, three miles ,from F. E. C. .
his heavenly
5 house and chicken yards splendid six Rwy., bordering inland waterway; 7.6OO acres' now': free of '
i Is a Christian Insofar as he possessesthe pine, 65, crops of turpentine boxes and 15 million feet of cy-
!'. room cottage all complete and nice with spirit of, trust. Why should we press. price $8.00.per acre in fee simple. leases balance 3,000 acres annually beginning:; Jan.; lat;'',.19>,,2, ,
in front and large until all is delivered. Price $8.00 -
a porch one be afraid In this world when "the per acre. .
''t outbuilding for work shop, good deep heavens declare the glory of God?" ,
21,000 acres in Wakulla County, practically solid body
.well; about 50 citrus fruit trees, several It I. God's world. When calamitiescome
'i the railroad, 25 miles south of Quincy the famous'tobacco 1760 acres of cut land in
"I varieties of grapes many beautiful they should not dlamay.- am town. I over pine Orange County, Florida, ,.' ;} 'I
I!' ornamental flowers and shrubbery in not sure that even God could developus 6,84Of r s free of timber 3,000 acres more to be delivered five miles northwest of Orlando, between the A. O. L. and Sea-

,.1 the yard a beautiful little home. Owner I Into the kind of characters he each year beainningJan.. 1st, 1912, until entire tract is deliv- board Air Line R..R. Splendid for citrus fruits and truck: farm-, i"" i
,i; "sell; Here'is an opportunity wants us to be without the aid of ered. This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes.:: IngPri ce' $10 per acre. Terms one-half cash, balance one
'q trouble. Price $4.25 per acre. and twa."years. r.
obtain fine convenient and
:} to a place i
_Jesus. Christ also possessed the
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,1' desirable.Excellenrsoll splendid >clio spirit of trust In men. He fellTTSaT: -MOOO-acre-s-airvir; ; "ill. wiH-ctrtri50-milikrtr feet-pine-af 2 d '. ,1'. r
1 ,2OQ acres
yDTS a \ phosphatewl1l cut lO-milHorrfeet -
:, colate subsoil; several nice pine trees worth while. "Let him who 8 million feet of Good soil
people are cypress. adapted to citrus fruits and
)i back and some; timber for fuel ot cypress also vast quantities of hard wood entire tract under-" ,
on pur sinned cast the first stone. .
has not '
.;/ trucking. Price $6.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance one and two laid with phosphate. A great at $20.000 5
I poses. It will pay you to investigatethis. This petty Jealousy this crooking the ,years. ;
,. NELSON REALTY CO. finger of scorn this lack of trust and _

2'J' j faith In men. Is almost as bad aa the 1600 acres in Levy County Florida. These are cut over 6345 acres in Osceola county adjoining corporate limits

:. Don't forget that the price of a want lack of trust In God the spirit of Infinite pine lands aith productive soil and will grow all of the staple and in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE. .
;'; ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheapest Christ possessed crops as well as being suitable for fruit growing and winter truckfarmina '
it be
I to a
I, too,
pity and am Price $4.25 Kissimmee is the county seat of Osceola county. Has a 1, ,
,{ Investment you ever made. Christian, must possess the spirit of per acre. population of 4.OOO. and is one of the most progressive towns in '
1" pity. He came to save the loet and
4 Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga on the'
. his great heart went out In yearning be 370O acres choice land in DeSoto County. Mostly high- main'line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway and terminus of r

f; sat pity and for looked all Jerusalem Even the as city class prairie balance cut over pine land. C. H. & N. R. R. runs the Florida Midland Railway and the St. Cloud and Sugar Belt : ;

A t; The which was to crucify him he said through this property. First-class colonization proposition. Price Ry. Climate most equable winter and summer and unsurpassed
"0, Jerusalem Jerusalem how oft $9.00 per acre. by any place, on the globe. Purest and best artesian water ob. f
t would 1 have gathered you as a hen tained in this section In unlimited quantities at 75 to 250 feet.. ''s +
:; tt ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY gathereth her brood but you would 14000 acres pine timbered land located in Orange County Healthiest town in the United States.' Death rate less, than'8" rT
t not," even then overcome with com- Florida. This tract i is being turpentined. A large'portion of the to the 1,000. Is in the center of the trucking industry of Florida -'' r

passion. Without pity Christianity Is tract being high pine, suitable for citrus fruit and truck farming. and home of the orange grapefruit, pecans,' peaches and I .i
# defective. You may get to heaven. I Price $10.00 11
per ,acre. fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on application. g
am not bothering so much about

1 JOURNAL heaven. It Is the now I am concerned. We have orange grove'truck land, city property-anything from a $100 lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell.. your '. : '1
about. God will take care of heaven.I uire-I' :1 1.
am a Christian and you are a mend and we will fill them at prices that are attractive. '' f .

Christian Insofar a. we possess the "
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spirit of forgiveness. Every man whoIs
'\ '"" in the SouthThe worth anything makes some enemies. H. M. BREAKER &COMPANY.
We have ample opportunity to
i the spirit of forgiveness. Look >.
regular price of The At- display how Injustice came to Jesus. They K: I S SI M M E E Over Otceola Pharmacy; F Ira OR:I D A "e } y'v

lanta Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 said he performed his works becausehe

't cents a year. If you will send us was a devil and see how he metIt. ,
} your order, you can get With the great spirit of- forgiveness v +
and when he had "'lo.tout," a. .

The Kj s'mmee' the world said,'-but had succeeded in I j ,
a greater manner, he offered 'up 'the I :
Valley Gazette t prayer of forgiveness on the cross. I ,
saying, "Father, forgive them; they Come. toKissimmee Two Day Carnival Something
evxvd.: tli.- know not what they do." His great -
heart broke with compassion and for DOING
:l Atlanta Sem1-Weekly giveness. I don't care how much you \

\1 Y Journal of have afford forgiveness.been to have sinned any against other but you the cannot spirit March 26 and 27 Every Minute

both one year If I am a Christian/ I possess the ve a
r spirit of love. The very climax of the
acts that make up human life la the "f
FOR ONLY $1.75 touch of affection. Only as I love men M I I I I I I M I I I 1 I I ''II* ; ;

can I have the power over men. If -
-- a man find. that my heart beats atune 'ii' 1 DISCOMFORT: "1
Send In 'Your Subscrip with him he opens his heart to me. CRAYSTONE The Difference, Between, COMFORTand .

r' As we possess the spirit of love we 4
Christians. "Though I speak with '

ire d tion. Right Away are the and have tongues not of love men I have and become of angel aa. 2.60 to 8.60 per GPO day.&L1 Tli' Teas + Just as a hair may divide the false from :"the true; ;'so ,. ". '

<' T* this paper, not to the Atlanta Bounding brass or a tinkling cymbal. ,Special by week or month. I may a spring prove the, difference ,between: comfort and
Semi-W eekl .Journal. In my humble judgment much of the
{ talk that comes from pulpits and platforms L W.THURm, ,",. L D. WITH, Hg,. ] \ discomfort. And ,comfort is a desirable condition.It
falls to Inspire the hearer. with ::1:+4< i >''I'' !* !'I'' !*'.! *.**''''>'*''I ''I'* very .
the determination to live nobler because

: I there is not that current of love. is restlessness at night and l loss of sleep which procluce' nervousness ' 1 '
A Christian Is one who. render the ,
humble service of Christ and possessesthe i. i m DUZOR ;which undermine health. In,.too'many Lin lances: the i s '

'N. spirit Christians of Jesus.No. Are If there there,were1 perfect real cause is not thought of., Are you laboring under discomfort

tr there would be BO many Cbrlsts. There which robs you of'a night's good rest? Perhaps your bed is not 4;

Money making strains are Imply no perfect partial Christians Christians., and We for are this all equipped with the proper spring.? : Perhaps the springes} top weak, "r .

for. market; '. growers reason the shortcomings we ought to be of kindly others.disposedto Real Estate .hi some places and too.rigid ifi others and hasatl- ,uneven. surface., ;,

3I.&..' "B.ry' Beet' Earl," Two .

}'+ I A. .wiser to the"berner South. grown.Pitt. tOe EWendly.d. OL lot; Christ the Light and Life. 1 Mine isn't \ :Miiiq' isjt

, II ,3.75- side of 6'11 :4 0" ,OI .
\ J'1f. $1.001 > It la said that the sweetest ,.,. :
CIoM Lasts e
StoW. St..Jsrl'Special
cr, any fruit It the aide 'which grows KISSIMMEE; FLORIDAThe : .,
The 1M"WOrld.
iaeot ia '
toward the sun. There. )js no doubt
.Special lon Walenrwloa Strafes of Beet.. Cucumber.' MinkB that the sun ha a great deal to do : ( f "
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flavor of the
Seal m.yore lilt 01 .-I wads sad I'DJOII with the beauty l Kissimmee Sprit ,
the delight of man. ,..Library. 'J
foe. fruits which are ..
quote fAY lpOcial wholesale prices ,,,- "... \,
casual observation a* In so .
kei.ardeana. At any rite wets In this The Kissimmee Library offers to its '"
o today lot ny"I.|M. fflutnUd eaUUf many fasts from nature, rests a beau- subscribers( a list of over four hundred .,. ,.. '
--... tiful spiritual lesson for us aIL What books by the best authors, any or all of is guaranteed the best made. It Is, manufactured '"

water P. Stoke.Seedsman the sun I* to the natural world that which you have the privilege of reading ). of highlY'. tempered Premier: 'Wire, " Phfl d.IpMEggs and much more I* Christ to the worldof for drily $2, which secures a. single Yf
spiritual.thing A* the sun Influ.- membership, 'or $5 for a family: mem. / ''rJI.? which gently conforms. > the1! body:; Tines. I ;,.
antes the fruits of the earth giving bership. Capt. 'Trench. the librarian, {1 "' ? Each of the 88 oil tempered coils is carefully u 1 ,

.' them beauty and lusciousness, so will the issue above you amount.Library a membership In card State for ''f., b' / t stcd. The framework and connecting wires 1' ''i,, ,"
the ,
Influence- over '
Christ of sheds many an and gives them beauty Bank building. 8-tf \ ;, I are stiff and rigid to.hold the spring shape. i ia
'E.4: : of character and purity of heart. : ) l The, whole is heavily coated with durable +. 3 ; 'J
sweetest side of a fruit Is fire Signals. '$ ,
And as the \1 blaclf enamel which makes the spring noise't "
the BO the best
toward ,dun
the side the aide toward Christ.An 'Ward No. 1. Central portion of city, 1 i less and rustless and germ proof. The surface 1 t ; ,J
side of man 1
'j fl.00 per aet lng. one long blast of whistle. (
$5.OOperbundred. Ward No. 2. North Kissioxmee, two t i is smooth and even with no rough :ends to j .ij'

i -Y.- 1 R:-C, Brown LoKborns,.. R. C. Active.Nothing.. -. lone blasts of whistle. do r tear mattress tick. Insure your Comfort. 1 ,
Rhode Island Reds, Buckeyes. The origin of sin IB hid. 1n mys -Ward No 8.'Sooth Kisslmmee.three -- ,- "
1 From select pens of Blue Ribbontack.IHigbpeeentotfertility. Its home IB In the darkness. long blast Of whistle." 8-tf Soliun-cter $.yeat guarantee. H yout

d i .. : knows from whence It come.'' ,dealer can't supply- you write us. ::4Gho1stln..cunn1ngham :r
0 mentioned the subject ANYONE anywhere can start a mail
: FLINT BROS. never order business at home. No canvassing. 44 1e a
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Is such Co.
there no Springbed *
that 1
TeL 256 Kissimmeo, Fla. affirm '. Be own boss. Send for free
your :
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Page>> G TilE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZE'rrE., .. March'22,1912; ,

,"'i/' ,' ,The Kissimmee Valley, Gazette PAYS, ADVERTISE. ;, I I THE PARABLE OF' THE

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,\ I Remembers MAN' WHO ADVERTISEDOnce I
d" Man Kissimmee Through
"," ;: W. 1). HARRIS Editor and Proprietor I I

1I11 (. ,,, Courtesy of Twenty Years Ago. ,
'\ .' ',, D., KUYKENDALL, ,. .. I Associate Editor upon a time I there was a bus-
i Ip :: ', '" j I j ,It is not always that an act of,hospitality ,' nesa man who resolved to advertise.
: ; Is remembered for nearly'twenty I He saw 'what others were accomplish
years/' 'The'following letter, received', ing with direct mall matter, "spreads"in
,:' .. OFFICE IN. VALLEY GAIETTE BUILDING '' the magazines, bill-boards and other -
Mr. A. S. Hearn
by gives instance
'. ,,'.VV-:::; .. KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. _, j In which ah act of one by KIIBlmi ,ateanl of publicity,.and he warmedto Baking Jowder
. courtesy -
;I f:"\1;: .. ..--.....:- ': i the thought, of emulating' their 1
f4 f r ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES i;mee people, which' they themselves have success.So *' rfSPrWl
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i, ," ,\ 'I One" copy, one yearOne . <.. - : .. ." fl.60 probably remembered forgotten, la still 'pleasantly It came 'to pass that he hied I / .

I' six months .. ." .. .75 : himself to' an' advertising man, and I
copy "Lyons. WIs.. March 16, 1912. laid his proposition before him. And
h One three months .. '. .' .. .. .40 ; I II
Copy I "Dear Bro. learn :-I have enjoyed j I the a, m., finding It !good and exceedingly -
': the Kissimmee ferUle, recommended therefore
: All communications, except from our 'authorized correspondents, must be reading; 'genial' paper 1 I suitable
J I a campaign.
1 signed by the :writer. sent me through your courtesy during I I finest'
The product and its appeal' to the Where the biscuit
/ the frigid winter months. I ,have long ,

#1 I '!;' I Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. had a warm place in my heart for Kis- I'I public letters, were magazine carefully ads. and studied other, and advertising cake, hot-breads, crustsor

j simmee. I was there Dec. 10th, 1392, 'I
Z+ 'Entered at the Postofflce In Kissimmee, Fla., as second-class mail matter. with the Wisconsin prepare4} which would' get puddings required
and Dakota Press are
''t I the right-point of contact.
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t ) ' y.-'-- Associations, The people had arranged I I But the business man was not satisfied is

>r "," ',' Friday March 22. ::12r a great reception, but our train was j' : "This letter doesn't strike my Royal indispensable.

two hours late and they only allowed us fancy' and "that ad. wouldn't sell

f T five minutes there. The good people I goods to me in a thousand years" anti

f AVE ATQUE VALE. I. had bushels of oranges, and walked in "I don't like the picture that goes" Royal is equally valuable: .
) I with this folder"
of the
I OSCEOLA FOLKSJ. I cars, emptied the baskets in the aisles, were some
I '" The Valley Gazette is now installed and walked ,with criticisms he made whet the ,vajlous in the preparation of plain,
the satisfaction
s In its new home, at the intersection, out genial -, copy'and layouts came before'him. '

'; Stewart and Darlington Avenues with W Watson-who'may be considered I that they had put their town on Oh, he was the wise little gaxaboo. substantial, everydayfoods

'. Church street. The exodus'began last the map. Those oranges were (ertain- He was right there with a whallop
,j for all occasions.
the East Coast candidate for
when the rather large"chore" governor, y fine. I took great delight in intro- when it came to advertising knl) .
I- Saturday has his ,announcement in this issue. : during State Treasurer John Hunner elge, and when be got through revising

of lugging the big newspaper Mr. Watson is well known Instate matters :| and Sec'y Cunningham to the Crackers. things to suit his Individual tasto, -,

f ." press across the intervening space was and in the legislature has been of I "W. G. WEEKS." their author knew that they were Indeed ""-
The and other The made
commenced only baking powder
r presses I I good service to the state. Read his orphans.
( machinery were in place and the printing platform and see what you think of it. I: Protests were of no avail. It was from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar '
of this issue was commenced on -Cocoa Rockledge News. I Letter Undraped. his money he was spending and be

Thursday morning. Outside of the Little Lola, aged five, went to the "guessed" he knew good advertising

t newspaper press the entire work of removal i j door In answer to the postman's ring, when he saw It You couldn't fool him. No Alum No Lime PhosphatesMr.
i was accomplished by the regular Hon. John W. Watson, formerly of'' and was handed a postal card, the People would buy what appealed to

office force, Scarcely any job work Kissimmee, Osceola County, and now of| first one she had ever seen. "Oh, him, and when his final O. K. went on

has been refused this week, and we are Miami, candidate for Governor, arrived j mamma," she exclaimed, "here's a let- any advertising It was right *
ter for you, but It hasn't got But, sad to relate, likewise quite
in the any
I printing a full sized paper. It is a little city Monday morning and remained -
skirt onl"! obvious the dear public did not seem
"- t thin as to news, it !having been neces- ],I in Arcadia until Tuesday noon, to have the same taste as he. They

sary to curtail "some""st6rle8T"but--we meeting old friendsami.making many 4- - Needed-Encouragement __ -found his advertising distinctly non- W. A. Hughey, of Union Center A new floor is being laid in the store
J I have tried to cover every item of news new acquaintances. I The Young Doctor-"They tell'me Interesting "andr passed lf by, also up. left on the midnight train Thurs I
in the Citizens bank
in some way. Next week's issue will Mr. Watson makes a most excellent Ton are noted for encouraging your So the campaign turned out a failure day for Tallahassee and Quincy to purchase -: building formerly

be back to the regular standard in ev- impression wherever he goes. For yearsa patients. The Successful Old Doctor and the business man becomes a number of dairy cattle. lie I occupied by the Cash Hardware Store.
regard. fruit and truck and -"Yes. Many of my wealthiest patients really quite peeved now when the I The room will beused as an office
ery grower a merchant expects to start a dairy as
soon as hj's
think they are sick when there subject of "advertising: Is men. I I by Judge Johnson, who is .
The move to the new home is made of very considerable success, he stock is received president
tioned. in city or at'I I
,, In nothing the matter with them-and
and of
without regret, and the farewell to the looks to every one the thorough and! I enfourwca them'Don't All of which brings borne this moral some point near here. He will return manager the company

i old building was unaccompanied by I successful business man that he is. He'' -- - -- -. ---- -you can't advertise to yourself and from his trip in about ten days. which is opening up the Whitmore
'l > is not a but his forget that the price of a want tract This will be one of the most in-
for it lawyer long experiencein expect to have than
tears, even though many years I more one po..l.ble
ad in the Valley Gazette is the --
cheapest -- '
J I was the scene of the hopes and fears, public matters, in city, county and investment you ever made. buyer.-The Layman Printer.Mulching teresting real estate offices in the city

t .... the joys and sorrows, the toils and the I i state affairs and his well known career For Sale when fitted up according to Judge

,r' ambitions of those who were responsible I in business makes him qualified to fill r 1 Celery- No. 301-An attractive home I in Pine- Johneon'l plans. He proposes to install -

.' for the publication of the Valley any office within the gift; of the people. It Is hoped that a large number of dale. This property is just outside of a complete model of the sub-irri

Gazette. The dingy old walls doubtless Florida needs at the head of her state our readers wlU try growing celery by city limits, 'on high ground. House is gation plant.
Pure mulching this Commercial
Louisiana year.
,: retain, if walls have memories, the recollection affairs a successful, a conscientious busi- growers who use this system almost two-story and contains eight rooms, all Mr. II. M. Patton, head of the aVia-
of many interesting and stirring ness man. The State needs plastered and hard oil finish
a governor Invariably apply fresh hone manure two tion school who has been in Birmingham -
events. In the seams and cracks who will conduct the financial affairs of Molasses as the mulch, says the Baltimore porches, tine well and large barn. This for several days to secure needed

,, are doubtless the faded echoes of laugh- Florida along approved economical prin- American. It Is placed between the with house is beautifnl located on view"a five-acre of the city tract and, material for the school, has been-de

ter'and perchance of violently spoken ciples. The material interests of the rows Immediately after transplanting
take. Land is adapted to citrus fruits layed a few days longer than he expected -
swear words for printers, be it known, people need every possible safeguardthat \ and at the ratio of 40 or 60 tons per and trucking. This property can be to stay, on account of the death

are not angels. If they were there can possibly be thrown around Jams and Jellies acre. This means a covering of threeor had for $3,300( on very favorable terms. I of his brother-in-law. lie will however -
r be four Inches of manure: which wUl Will introduce customer to owner and ,,
would no newspapers.: them. Broadminded common-sense is conserve moisture better than a fine let them deal direct. II. M. Breakers \be back in time to supervise the
But In spite of the memories that what should be our guide in our fiscal soil mulch. & Co. flights at the celebration next week.
cluster around the ink-stained walls affairs. There is no citizen in Florida

there Is no sorrow at leaving, for the who fills these requirements better than -

.removal to the new home is a symbol Hon. John W. Watson. He is able, Dibble & Son Only Ordinary.

not only of the prosperity which has thoroughly conversant with the affairsof Piffle-"They say be Is a criminal

,! come to the Valley Gazette but that state, honest and successful in all Broadway lawyer." Pottle-"Yes; but I don't

'which has come tothe city of Kissim- his enaeavors, is in every way qualifiedfor l J finder.pelleve he Is specially so."-The Path Gentlemen Keep Cool!

roee. We can say, without 'undue the governorship and would make i I ,
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t 1.;, "s'+; boasting, that this paper la in a large' the people of Florida an ideal chief ex-: ,,
T :r); 'to rJ} '..'measure responsible for the present ecutive. in a Wash Suit of the new

!If' ,, 1-,(0" spirit' of progress in this city, and the Viewing Mr. Watson v and'his'candida, Entire Stock of 'Men'sClothing '" Raime Cloth -
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';; ,riewj of the Valley Gazette Is a cy in thll.Ugbt,,we "take pleasure Inurging" ,

44 ? ,f" '' dlr 't'produet'of the work.wrougbt by the people-to give him their They are "Correct": ''j ,
It; her*.' .. .. ,", I
artyBUpport, to he'Closed Out "' ',;,,
Ve enter the new home with high '* and with the Arrow Brand '\ ", c I ,

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hopes, Kissimmee has as yet scarcely Shirtt
Soft Madras
1 started its forward march. There
V on Mr. S. W. Thornton, of Kearney, I
i I..a great city to be built here on the SALE ,NOW ON !
'.a!, Neb., and Kissimmee. Fla., he being, I with detachable collar
1 shores Lake Tohopekali&a. The
counted this city's regular win-
"!I great ,imperial country surrounding among ) Here is your chance forSPRING I -
ter residents, bought a few days agd,
Klasimmee la yet to be populated with I NobbyStraw
the Beuter Mr.
house now occupied by AND S.IJMMER Hatsin
ttM' people bringing out'of the soil
happy -Houck. Mr. Thornton, in his many
: \ the richness now hidden ins!, ita depths visits here, has become so attached to)I I am now adding two more stories to my store building and plain and split straws ,
... ,In,the,work of creating the Kissimmee otherwise remodeling; the same. I have a large stock of M n's
the city that he felt he must have a I
Clothing, all of which is in damagedgoodsto /
I ,that is to bet the Valley Gazette hopes first-class shape-no
home here. offer
4 ;to have an increasingly large part., It I I NOW LISTEN I We are right in step with fashion-

r ; t ''is; we feel, a worthy task and a worthy not a tick of the clock behind

a: ambition and upon the task we enter, The Kissimmee Library. j Rather than subject these goods to the dust caused by the

aA* ,in home, with courage and as- brick masons in the remodeling of my store, I have decided to
-a'T surance'of success. *' The Kissimmee Library offers to its i I offer them for sale at and below cost, and if you are looking for a

r W. Invite to come and, see us. subscribers a list of over four hundred I
book by the best authors, any ;
We are not yet entlrel7'adj jl 8ted to the which you have the privilege of reading thee Kfitz'sTHE
t Come and
dollars line.
can save get
yi ,,( changed surrounding but we want our for only 12 which secures a single first choice. by.lnspectingthls(/

} L thousand of friends to' feel that they membership, or $5 for a family mem : .
'* ,are. welcome within the portals of the bership. Capt. Trench. the librarian :
f will issue you a membership card for CHAS. W.DANN
a' "a .*K Valley Gazette.;,,''Our,,doors are open the above amount. Library In State r

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br'; '- More ,than Fifty-Thousand 'Dollars ;is\ sent" from, this section, each year for Life Insurance.

,,t{" ,!: .,.i> "Thirik of the ,great benefit, this_,money' would do' for this section if kept at home. .

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; : : KissimmeeTHIS.IS is an old line legal reserve Life Insurance \
: ,, a' Citizens Bank of Company, owned and controlled by

+_. ,'- ,hundreds of Bankers' scattered throughout this country, including Bankers 1 ,
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: with( the, ; ; -- '-'--- ------- money at
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4 y. of Chicago, whereby it agreed only Life Insurance Co.; - -- - -
1+ !: t' monies it receives for Life Insurance in Osceola that invests its money .locally. .
G//;' c ,'.-' ''County are deposited in This Bank. and the same are "
it ;: > -. to be lent out'in this County; When. desiring Insurance, see",its representative at the Citizens ;,

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' March 22,1912'M 1 THE KISSIMMEE! VAIXEY' GAZETTE 1'1 pAce 1

.,1 THe Klssliiiniee l .Valleu Gazette Parasols and Piques for the .Summer Mr. G, B. W aimer, mayor of .New' I .' .

k {I' Girl at KaU'. 13-tf Cumberland,,. W..,Va., purchased a tractof .
NO. 11.4a .
ape. ami, MBpBi. innMai.Mi' |' .MI ,i,i .!! Crochet, Pique and 'Moire Handbags land In Klssimme..Park this week. ; '\

PUBLISHED EVERY''FRIDA Y ,at Kate': 13-tf 'The .county registration books are

1, t -ST-. . Mr, H. A., Plait, of Plum City, Wis., now open. They will close: April 16th.
_.' ; w. B.'MARR18. has been spending several days here, If you want to vote, see Mr. C. W, Lake GetttVilla r

the guest of his friend and. ,former Griffin, registrar, at once. >
-ennr-rwr enaa.y, neighbor, S, T. Fansler. '
Mr.. E. .D.) Thompson, of Georgia, .
:'.. : Weather Report Mr. E. S. Buell, of Minneapolis, arrived was In the city this week. He was ,

I' ,bere' this week with a carload.of formerly a resident here;;;: and was 'j ,

household goods and has 'located In greatly; pleased with the many improvements When, you buy a home can foe sure: that no ono. I

k :; Following are the daily tem: North Kissimmee.. made., In Florida has a more-attractive location. \ i
i '\. "perature. and precipitation as, ,
... "Boon.'i Straight" and ?.Olceo ". ,Mrs. E. L. Lesley 'has Invited the ,r
the Government ''
Ii" station reported'at by KIssimrAee for the Jest $. cent cigars.- Box' trade solicited.10-tf members of the board of stewards of 'When;you-plailt a grove, under-- the direction of our, Horticulturist .' .

) i week ending Mar 21, 1912. the Methodllt'ehurch to attend a reception you. are sure of getting the best, that can" ,be I'
4 Mr. S. T.: Fansler- has /tnoved from on Saturday evening at.her produced. .1 ,
a:i.; MAI. .HIM. Rasa Hilliard's Island to his place at Pine home, in honor of Bishop Morrison. :

r yx':.: Friday .... .. 86 67 . dale, in the western part of the, city, Col., Trigg, Bowling Green: Ky., There is no guessing at ,Lake Gem Villa. The facts are
Saturday . . 7754 . where he hu' planted a large crop' of who has spent his"printers In Kissim plain. ,.

k,;<, ':Sunday... ... . 88' 60, .41 eggplant.Rev. mee for a number of years, left for . ."vI .

/1fi, 'Monday . . 85 63 .10 Hun 'an Stephens and wife, now home 'W dneaday. The colonel is the ." ,; ". ,, ,

\:, Tuesday... ... 85 62 .. of Plant City, but who will always be father-in-law of Mr. W. Morgan; ,Shush

':;;t. Wednesday . 87 61 . counted among Klsslmmee's beloved ter. '

':: .' Thursday . 88 65 . citizens,!were visiting friends here this M '.
Mr. Dotter Leitner and Mr. J. ,

.. ,,. we k. Willson, Jr., made a trip to Bassenger, Lake Gem Land Compamy '

, "',1. N'N'NMKN'N'N'WN'N44N Prettiest $1 Shirstwaists in town. Whittier and other points on Thursdayand r'
; a See them the doorway at Lawson's Friday, going in an auto piloted by
' Cash Store, next door to P. O. It Mr. D. M. Wilson. The trip was made J. E. MATTOCKS, Pres. & Manager '

: I THE LOCAL FIELD \ Candidates in the approaching Democratic for business purposes.Dr. .

primary must file their applications KISSIMMEE FLA. I.
Jt J. Z. 'Roberson has had plans l
: to have their names placed on the
i made for a twenty-foot addition to the
'. ...... ballot and pay'their assessments not
"'} """" """" rear of his store ,on Broadway and
later than March 26.
,, ,J work will proceed at once. He will
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Note: for P. G. White for city mar- "Ask Mr. Foster," who has -world also install a new fountain, and make

\ It wide fame. a walking bureau of In- various other Improvements. i
Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker were formation\ on all things' relating to Florida The DeKoven Male Quartet furnishIng T trr

Orlando visitors Suijday. and the rest of America-, was In the last number on the Lyceum

: Mr. S. B. Aultman was in Tampa on the city Saturday. course, appeared before a large audi- .
business Mondsy. Messrs. Thomas Hornsley and Wm. ence at the auditorium Wednesday .

J. ,Fling, of Germantown, Fa., and night. Those who heard the program Milady's Jewel Case "
(1. F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee, was in 4
,Chhs. Norse of New York. were guests pronounced it the best of the course. t, i,
the city on business this week.
at the Graystone a few days last week. carnival .
The Mitchell
company opened
13 Those new Cluett soft shirts with I They made the trip down from 'New here.Thursday night and will stay .q I t tI
i soft detached collars at Katz'. 11-tf ; York to Key West and Tampa by the ; ,
until after the celebration next week.
Vote for P. G. White for city m'ar- Mallory line. They have made an arrangement by; is her pride and delight. Especially when it con ''
shal. It Dr. Wm. G. Krape, proprietor of the which the Kissimmee band receives 8 f
tains ornaments and trinkets that have been chosen ,
Mr. C. S. Buell, of Minneapolis, has Hotel Runnymede. was in the city percentage of the proceeds, furnishing ,

rented the Triplett residence and is Tuesday, and paid the new Valley Gazette music for the carnival.Mr. : from our superb display. If you are a lover of yi
-moving into it. office a pleasant call. Dr. Krape ,
states that the number of guests at A. L. Sundmacher returned last good jewelry, artistically designed and 'executed, .
r Capt. R. E. Rose state chemist, via- week from Morgantown, W.'Va.where' and exhibit. It e
.1 the hotel this season has far exceededall come see our contains gift suggestions 8
ited Capt. and Mrs. Clay Jonnson over business
he went to' settle up some
there been 400
expectations, having galore for taste and
Sunday. Florida.He every every purse.C. .
t since the first of November. matters prior to removing to 1i i
will spend some little time in Jack-
Sermon subjects at the Christian ... ,
church next Sunday will be "The Well If you have property you desire to sonville, and will then move to Kissimmee !
sell, see C. Buckets, over Katz's store.
Park, where he has bought prop-
Is Deep" in the morning, and "The He has had fifty-one years experiencein
Soul's Crisis" at night. Florida, and knows what the people erty.The I

It is to your interest to read the announcement want. FPM) Lt new bread food. Sweet Potato Jeweler and '

,". of the Citizens Bank relative Mr. John Payne his son.Will Payne, package.Flour. Send A. F.lOc Spawn in stamps, Kissimmee for trial, A. COLE i ,1 1 A
to the American Bankers Insurance and family, also Mr. William Winter Fla. 11-tf ,

. .'. Company, on Page; 6 of this issue. and family, alt from Ottawa, Kan., ar- OptometristIs 'i
.t rived in Kissimmee Saturday and are Dr. J. R. Nowlin. pastor of the First
The largest and prettiest line ofMen's onto their lands purchasedlast Baptist church, of Lakeland, was visit- J
,- moving
Shirts ever shown in Kissimmee ing Dr. A. J. Holt in this city this
at Katz'. 11-tf winter through: the Nelson Realty
,.r week. Dr. Nowlin recently purchasedthe
Co. agency. We welcome* these new-
it Rev. David D. Kidd will hold services comers to our splendid country.Mr. Baptist Witness, and will act as -- .. --- --, .- ..
in the Episcopal church on Sunday editor of the paper, in connection with '
next: Morning; Prayer, the Litany, and J. D. Woodbeck, an experienced his work at Lakeland. He ia recog- '1

sermon at 10:30: o'clock. moving picture man, who has been nized as one of the strong men of the __ ; ji

,"'; ... Y Capt. D. G. Francis, of Kissimmee, pending some time at St. Cloud, has denomination, and is a genial, whole. i....
last and purchased the interest of Mr. S. A. souled gentleman. He conducted the I
came to town on Saturday re- i
.. mained over Sunday at the New St. Todd in the Pastime theater, and will prayer meeting at the Baptist cburch >>,: ..bI
. ; make his home in Kissimmee in future. Thursday night.;
Cloud Tribune.
Cloud.-St. fi.:
Mr. Woodbeck is formerly from Michi- "
Mr.and Mrs A. G. Culom, of Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, of Pittsburg, .. -- .
and his family will join him hereIn ,
who have spent the winter at gan who spent nearly three months this .
:i ''>;\. ,>lt.! the Graystone, left for the North Tues- a short time. winter at the home of Mrs.' Beardon y' I the Title GooS, d r. { T1 t.
,. ''I" day. .BY'virtue of his office as county on Emmett street, left on Tuesday en t ,
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to their to
-,3i ,_ '.',,Mr;)Ise.c Anstat, of Albany, N. Y., judge, Judge G. F. Parker has appointed route home. They came ,' : : ;
Klssimmee -
the to the National expecting to stay only a "
following delegates
.. who is the business head of the Shaker ,/.
Congress, to be held in New Orleans short time but found it so very pleasant s '
society, is visiting the Shaker colony
at Ashton. April 10 to 13: H. C. Stanford, here that they spent most of the Is the main question and should always be answered
i N. C. Bryan, AE.. Donegan and A. time they had planned to use on their ,
Col. W. A. McCool, Messrs. J. C. S. Nelson. Judge Parker, as well as trip, in this city. On their return to by a disinterested authority. The

Tucker and S. Hannah are on a fishing all other county judges Is an ex-officio Pittsburg they will visit St. Augustine, ,

trip down the Kissimmee river this delegate. Jacksonville, Washington, D. C., and ;
week. other points.
A talk on Present-day Corseting will Title Guaranty Co. '
Mr F. B. Harvey who has been be given at the Chapter House on Fri- Free! A pair of 25-cent hose with '
in Whittiei the day, Mar. 29, at 4 p. m. All ladies are every pair of shoes worth $3 to $5, or a .
teaching during past .
Invited. 'It 10 or 15-cent pair with all shoes under :;,,11'v ,
, seven months, has returned to his homein ? $3. This offer is good for men's wom- '
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this city. Capt. "Jim" Davis, one of Kissim- en's and children's shoes. Lawson's will and examine the title to the land which

1 mee's'genlal winter residents, returnedto Cash Store, next door to Postof ice. 13tf "
Smoke "Boone's Straight" and you are about to purchase, in Osceola, Countyor else : '
"Osceola." None better. Made in : his home this week stopping In Mr. T. K. Wilson, state manager for (i
Washington for a short ,time. He was wherein Florida and if found to be goodwill Guaron-' : '
Kissimmee. 10-tf tHe American Bankers Insurance Company . ; -,' .*!
called: away earlier than he expected to has been spending several daysin ''
'. Laymen's meeting will be held next go, on account of business, and stated the city establishing an "agency for tee you against lost by reason' of -mortgages,,;I:Ile'lIs1:1paid ,'" ix

e. Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock at the that If he found it too cold at his home, his .company. Mr.' Wilson has appoint : taxes and adverse'claims.: k .i
Baptist church, .led\ Jay Bro. A. Hose. back'to _
In Sharon, Pa., be would come ed the Citizens bank as local represent '
r All men and boys are cordially invited. tunkiased KIsstmmee for a few weeks ative for his company, and states that It is our business '''to protect our clients ahd patrons ...., \

A. S. Nelson, Chairman more. he has already written over $40,000 against investmentsin imperfect:: ;ti les., We'accom: =. ' .J

Any Work done 'at' the Cash'Store ''Rev. Father Rienbart, who speaks worth of insurance In Klssimmee. The \ ,, ,
door' this insurance will pUsh this by a thorough s'ea-rch'ol'the records and
Jewelry Shop, next postoffice both English and German will be In premiums'paid on /
!if fully guaranteed. P. G.: White. 2ttMr. be dep sited in the Citizens bank and '
Kissimmee Saturday morning and af' the issue of our TITLE'' POLICY or:>> Guaranteed Certifi
James-M. Johnston went down ternoon. If any members wish to see loaned to local people. cate" '

--' ''to Tampa Monday, where he spent.several him\ they should call at the home of The fame of' Kissimmee spreading of' Title.. ,v ,a

I days of this week on business connected Mrs. A. Tress during that time. Rev. until even foreign countries are reeog-
with the office of the clerk of father Fox will have devotions at 7:30 niiing; our,soil values. Mr. J. M. W iII- The Title Gsarantec,Ccnpsoy does a GeneralAbstract! BtsFeeis llreoiseot,lie Slafa of Florida Y
'the circuit court of this county. 1n the, evening in the chapel at the son Jr.'is in receipt of some sample Abstracts' to ,C'atya.d Coaaty. Property mad ud delivered .. short. Botke'.' ,:/ '
home of Mrs A. Tress, and will say cauliflower seed from a large seed exporter I r"
Miss Lila Bryan has returned from "
mass at 8 o'clock Sunday morning at of Copenbagen, Denmark, witha / fjI'
"T 1 an extended visit to 'relatives at the Fraternity Hall opera house. request that a test be made in Kissimmee. '>- .
C. and I. the / ,,
S. again at "
Georgetown, I
soil and the firm favored with
home of her aunt,.Mrs. J. H,- Bryan, Dr. T. M.:'Rivers was called to Davenport :
i the results. Mr. Willson ha turned :

.I on'The"Church Nelson street Real. Estate Co. reports a McKnigbt gasoline Tuesday,pumping who,In to'attempting engine attend got Mrs.her to T.-stop hair. J. the and seed knowing over to the the quality Aultman of the Gardens vege-, :1 I T'LE fj UA A TY. :CO : frf .f t.R t.

i. ? miles the sale northesst of forty of Kissimmee'acres of,land to John two caught bruised; in and the 'cut cogs about and pas the head severely and tablerraiaecl a guess that by Mr.the Aultman cauliflower we heads venture :: :

S Burke'of Rochester, N. Y: Mr. Burke from this seed will be a revelation to ,
face. It was an exceedingly narrow _
.'k is going to improve his l land for a permanent escape, and, Mrs. McKnight would the Dane _' 1 ., y,, -

2 home. probably have lost her life, or at least The entire back portion of the house \ Capital Stock, $100,000.00.. . : .; ,: '
' of Mr. Daniel Kelley on West Mab- .. '. '
been scalped, had not her hair proved.trongen
Mr. R. F. Waldrop returned to his
' home In Bessemer, Ala., Tuesday, after ugh to stop the;engine. bette street was burned away on Tuesday CARROLL D. JUDSON President EDWARD A. NASH. Secretary .' "'-4 '
the 12th, from a fire which was II. "
r a visit of about six weeks In this city. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Carpenter, whose Ignited trop a leak In a gasoline stove. V. R. JUDSON Treasurer' TOOMER.. :& REYNOLDS Gea. CMOSC!'' :J.. ',' .

r, Mr. Waldrop well has become satisfied a winter regular rell-and winter home .has been Canet.Cuba, for Mrs. Kelley, Who was lighting the "-' I.,'
some years visited their friends;"'Mr. stove, had a narrow] escape from being ''I "'

dent, of :$issimmee.If and Mrs. D. E. Lowell, on their way to badlY burned. With the portion of the I Home Office: Bisbee Building Jacksonville, .Fla. '' .. ., :. : ':, :'f.. ,'

choice, and .you are particular, their home In Gaylord, Mich.. Mr. Carpenter building which was destroyed a consid I ,
-- ____phone 186 .Jor_..ceuraey. and dispatch. ..nd_his'IOn from Detroit, Mich., erable'quantity of clothing was also Branch Office: Kissimmee, Fla. i i(7; ;
Will call and make estimates from your ubaIntending b rned.T"1"b 'bouae-wu built last October .-, - .. ..' .. . _.. .. ... ..... .. .. ,
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a own and Interior order. Decorator.Ernest Green I Box, Sign 139.Writer 6-tf hereafter to make their winter and the loss falls heavily on Mr. ;; ." . t ,

homed' 1 in Florida, and after seeing Kis Kelley, wJo] is a poor man. /He desire. LEWIS .' '\a.
-' .. .C.Bucketsover Kat '. -store,, has almmee'and the work on the lake shore the Valley Gazette to extend the thanks O'BRtAM' Manager Kissimmee Branch .. ,!

had fifty-one years experience hi Florida Mr. Carpenter secured the refusal of a I of himself and his wife to the neighbors ; >- ,. ., I ,
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JS and knows what kind of propertl Breeze aj and friends wh6 helped in extin
lot, on Cape considering jt
', a ; ,*,nle want_ If you have' any 5Otf charming? location for homer "" '. guishing the fire. ...--,.., --, ....;..,. ..._.r4-k-\ a1: '. '.1Y7"'M"-C -
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Governed by the principle of offering'an" ideal arid desirable By Rev. Stephen Paulson ATLANTIC COAST 'LINE

home-site with all the advantages of the city life, fine schools, ... .- :.. .. ,

Ii beautiful churches, this favored spot, high, dry and level, DRINK HABIT AMONG WOMEN'Americans .. <,

'r commanding a superb' view of beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga ,TKXT....Fin Ally, brethren, whatsoever
?' ;, Endowed as' it Is by nature with beautiful location and In. . Consume More Liquor:Jhan thing are true, whatsoever1' things are "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited""South , :
honest, whatsoever things are Just, whatsoever
; 14 d. vigorating air Do Their English Sisters-Much things are pure, whatsoever thingsare '
i of It Is Done Openly. lovely, "whatsoever things are of good Atlantic Limited""Montgomery "
( report; It there be any virtue, and If there .
: An Ideal Location for a. Home American women drink as much as, be any praise, think on, these things.. '

If not more than English women, according Phl1l plant, IV. ..- Route"Toronto ..J

to Dr John D Quncketibos ,
Lgts 50x150 Feet who has made a study of the ques There are today more people than I from St.-Louis Cincinnati Indianapolis Grand ':
Size stall tion. Unlike Dr. Leslie London ever before asking the question, "What Pullman Cart Chicago, ,
Murray a -
.r r physician, who asserted that thereIs Is right?" They have been led to Rapids, Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville.' j
ask this question by an arousal of con
r CORNER LOTS $150 INSIDE LOTS SI.25 women far than more his secret generally drinking known among Dr. science from lethargy that at one time DINING ,CAR SERVICE h' ,' '";'

seemed to be as binding as prison "'
Quackenbos says that In America .\1'
chains. In this reawakening the For further information call on or write to '

1 DO'R'T'"MAKE A MISTAKE. SEE JOHNSTON PARK women drinking make, but no proclaim effort to their conceal overfond-their church has played a most Important W. C Gilbert, Ticket Agent, Kissimmee Fla., ," :'f;i

BEFORE YQU BUY. .SECURE A HOME IN THIS ness for highballs, cocktails And champagne part_ but Its! appeals have been sec.onded J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent ,'ft

f BEAUTIFUL SUBDIVISION BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, by indulging to excess In pub- by moralist. and even by states Tampa, Florida. ", .' .
men. Today the question, "What .Is
; .AS THERE( IS A HEAVY DEMAMD FOR THIS LAND. lic cafes, restaurants and the big ho- # ,.
right? Is asked not only In personal
tels. Smoking, too, he says Is a vice
morals, but In the 'larger affairs"oflife
coupled with the drink habit that Is
and to the extent that there Is 3OGOOOOCOCOOOOO()O )OOOOO<:>O<:>a<>OOpla
working havoc among women as wellas
:, 'J. D. CLARK & CO. I girls. greater effort for'higher standardsof A. CARSON J. A. CUANFOUD. 8. L, LUPFJER.Vice1're.ldent. ,
k "There Is not so much secret drinkIng morality and of religious practices. Pretldunt. Secretary "
-PHONE 66- .
FKORIDA The question is an old one. It has
KISSIMMEE bas said, "l>ecause women can be seen
any night drinking what been asked by man since first he knew
they fancy
) and without trying "to' keep anyone there was right which might be distinguished i1 KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

from knowing what they are drinking. from wrong. It has been ,

__ _ u ., American women In doing anything discussed In ail Its phases and St. .
1 good or bad generally go to extremes, Paul In his letter to the Phlllpplans ra
1i and'my experience In New York shows exhorts them In the words of our text. Rough and Dressed e
It is very difficult to control the drink He (ells them that right Is "wl at Is

i habit among them because of their unwillingness true, what is honest, what is Just, whatIs
THINK THIS OVER ) to make any social sacrifices pure and lovely and of good report i I
." HIs exhortation Is as peril PINE LUMBER

I A cordial invitation! is extended to 'those "For Instance, they keep going to social nent today as then, and 1 his definition
functions where punch and other as complete. Let us first considermen
people who want to save money in buying
not things.
drinks are served, and they
Furniture Mattresses Beds give wine dinners themselves. They A great many men are true so far '
r will play with fire and_ tempt Provi- as their standards permit them to be

Tables Curtains Bed Linens dence continually. There' is one woman -' There are others who seek constant el-
now who !Is a patient of mine who evation of standards so that they may

I everything for the home. will take as many as ten glasses of be nearer the (deal true man. To bea 000000000000000000000c.c3000000000000000c1000000000cM --

brandy at a sitting. And the moat unfortunate true man means to be truthful In
THENEW thing about It Is that' the thought In speech In act, to be devoidof
t I habit is developing among young girls, I dissimilation, to be right and to be .....................................................................

FURNITURE STORE I and debutantes at their luncheons and I II Just what you seem to be; to be loyalto WHAT IT MEANS !

I dinners couple It with smoking cig- all that Is good and devoted to the .. I
arettes and playing games of chance furtherance of good. Such a man Invariably j Many. people do not know what a Ranlt'i ('''plt"ll-l for, or the difference between :
bank of little or no capital and one with a large capital.
WE BUY FOR CASH WE SELL FOR CASH for money. "answers the question "WhatIs j A BANK'S 1'APi1AkA\D SURPLUS i
i I "The women of the middle classesIn right? correctly, and his answer
la the fund that proteriii the dppnMtoni from lot therefore the larger It In the
We can furnish your home at a price that will America drink beer, but not to excess has the respect of his fellow men. greater protection the depositor have. 1 bIN bank ban a .

astonish A cash store that's why. as a rule. It is a custom to A great many men are honest so Capital .., . t'.'.000 niHoipin aC
you. food of ... .. ... .. 7..MM DO
have beer with dinners, and If the far the demands of
EVERYTHING NEW I as : Stockholder' liability .. SO.OOO 00 ,
.' stuff were the harm would be less
M.r pure other men may go, and few go i
i .. Fi I
I A total of ll.i7.Mn 00
than It Is. beyond this point and are honest with
Thin mean.that we flaunt lone 112.'>,000 00 before odr depositors oould lose a
Clayton & Godwin But tobacco is doing just as much themselves as well as with their: fel cent. This protection !II for YOL'. .
harm as alcohol, for the two go to- lows. In their transactions they haveno .

gether. And I know that too much doubts, no regrets, no sufferingsof STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEEs
DICKERSON BUILDING tobacco leads to too much alcohi conscience. They make every i '- 1J

t because the tobacco habit depresses transaction a closed transaction In K.'MMIEIE.. RL0.auc' e j

+ the nerve centers and causes a de- every sense of the word. They are C. A.. CARBON JOHN M. LEEVicePresident N. B. CARHON s
mand in the system for an antidote, right. Such men are the examples of President Cashier i ,

tr and the antidote for tobacco poison Is honesty that should be emulated. ................................................................
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1 whisky. Men just In the that
are measure
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"I can safely that 76 cent -
say per --- -
: I they mete to their fellow men; 'and -- ------- 4'f
of the drink trouble among men, and some of them are just to the extent i
I : I' women, too, Is due to tobacco. Where that they heap the measure to over

women are not so particular about flowing. They neither weigh to the Long Distance

S' concealing' the fact that they drink ounce, nor exact their pound of' flesh Advertising Phone 296

BEST CHEAPEST I that they are careful to conceal the fact as old Sbylock did. If anything, they

they smoke. are just to the point of generosity and
.. "I know that many raise the question have the satisfaction of knowing that
: as to whether a woman hasn't as have full value is saying the right thing '
they given or full ,
: is ;]IDEAL!! FERTILIZERS much right to smoke as a man. It credit all with whom they Come In r
.\ doesn't turn on the question of'moral contact. ,"' . 1 \' at the right' time.1 t l';:>'jfi' ,

f / right. The answer turns!* .. ,'d
f Most men are pure to the extent : in
smoking has on the woman's char right
acter. It destroys womanliness." that they have no faults or vices that
stamp them as Immoral. There are
: I As Good as the Name others whose thoughts even are pure make a specialty of planning, preparing t
, Drunkenness Not Found Alone literature and conducting campaigns for
and to whom Impurity Is absolutely obnoxious -
II I Drunkenness Is never to be found i Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Munici'I'I
They think and as' the
I good, palities and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN .
: Local Agi. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. alone horrid, never crime unaccompanied If not by a by wicked some thought Is the father of the act, they
fir d j I' act well. These are the men at whom
crowd of them. Oo to the bouse of .
:,14 y the finger of suspicion never points,
-.:WILSON &. TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. the drunkard, consider his family, but are always held as models after ADVERTISERS
:" I look on !his affairs, listen to the sound which we should pattern. ,
I that proceeds from the Douse ot
fi x Jacksonville Fla. drunkenness as you pass, survey the Men who are truly honest, just and TAMPA FLORIDA .
pure, men whose thoughts are always
Insecurity of the public ways and of
". the night streets. Go to the hospital, upward are men of good report. They .. A
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t ..' ,t. to the house of charity and the bed of have unassailable reputations supported - -------

':;.- "" wretchedness. Enter the courts of by unimpeachable characters. They
J" ';1M', 1 justice, the prison and the condemnedcell. ask the question, "What Is right?" *

.-...... / Look at the haggard features from 'the Innermost recesses of their CARSON & BASS Z. : \
souls, and It with
l" ? of the ironed criminal. Ask all these answer all "the enlightenment

tj..1 r '. . why they exist to distress ;you and 'of conscience and spirit-
'yOU will everywhere be answered by ual guidance that God can give them. Practical Painting
: i;. iHOTBL"ntHINYMBDB, ., /' tales and recitals of drunkenness. They are "always menof good report r (1'

\" ....,...e4.,F1.rI48 r And the miseries and the vices and and'. always will be so long ,as they All Work Guaranteed PAPER. .}"
'", ,:. Up-to-date beautifully located, the sorrow, and scenes of sufferingthat possess the virtue that the apostle Paper Hanging: : sadDeooratiaga ",'
/k Artesian' Water, Tennis and Cro-. have harrowed tip your soul baa,enumerated. Wall Papering DecoratingSign ; Specialty'

a \fI' gu.t Grounds, good bunting, fish were, almost without exception either I know that the apostle tells the Writing
r' :ng and boating A flr+t-class' Hotel I will be closed I prepared by; drinking or were undergone brethren to "think of things that are Window Shades, etc.,

,. modern country hotel.Lake.overlooking\ Good for the season for procuring the means for 'true honest, pure, lovely. and of good pleasant' Kissimmee Fla
I', "q : Bast Tohopekaliga cooking' and' beds. Table satisfying this vice which sprang report." It Is by thinking of these Areaut ; Barlow's Horse and
good '
J board t5"per week;room from: $2 April 15 from Archbishop! Ullathrope. things that men become' honest, true Ii ttWoad's Powders and

\ to $6 per week' bath,and shower and just. The apostle asks them not Cattle
r ((1'batb' Included.,," 8oelal' only to. think but to'reason, for he I Food t t i

y " WM. G. KRAPE.. Manager Writing on German social life' In says that "If there Is any virtue In DROUGHTS BLDG.

,p Box}049 P...O.,ST. CLOUD, FLA. the English press recently, Sir, Henry: these things If there be any praise" NEW YORK AVE.St.Qloud.Fla.
'. ''l.-tf Johnston says: "I, am told by so thinking of them will bring them Into .

,! J f many thoughtful Germans that the their lives and cause them' to be grateful SeedsFor

(.Ii* .J. ..1" t abuse of alcohol still strangles the for the good they receive. Men .
mental and physical: efficiency of atarge' who think honestly: men who try to be 1912.Our Utf

,, ; TAILORING proportion of German men In conscientious gain for themselves all
; '" :1", CUSTOM': the tipper and lower classes, that ram the good that can be derived from New Descriptive Catalog s
: \
ji I ' 'compelled to believe in an evil right thought and pure thinking And is fully up-to-date and tells all I
I \..., { that I li absolutely right In style, fit, and price. You which is only just lessening Its holdover that good Is ability .to think straight, about the beat'Garden ORIDA REAL [ESTATE fOR SALE ,

\ ,/ ., :, j :" Of > can buv.'ready: .mades," of course, but they're not bur own people, and which Is be- and answer correctly the question" "
& $ ," .. > I made for you and they show it. Soring. samples now Inc fiercely'chased out of the United "What is right" and : Beautiful winter home sites' situated {

." Come i in and States Yet I pleased to state In the Lake Region of
rt l : ; .arriving. see.them am Of course there Is no absolute right. Florida.
,' ....' : ., .L D.: W. 'TBUMPELIJER that I never encountered a drunken Men do not think alike. They have Farm Seeds.Every Trucking and farming Lands In large,,
J" \ person in Germany throughout recent not the same standards, nor the same farmer and gardener or small tracts.
;' l Will on'. Real Estate Office Building tour, though I was aware from and
.' ; conceptions ;yet they have one should have a copy of this catalog CITY '
1+ I the newspapers and reviews that a standard of right and their '
F conception which has long been
; ', ,? growing felt indignation the was making itself of that standard will always grow bet nized as & standard authority recog- your property' 'With me for quick'.ait
among bourgeosle and
p,1 ter and better the ..
r more they study It. :
I'', professional classes against the for the full and correct informa-
I'iti That standard was set by' Christ Paul
senseless eighteenth-century traditions studied It, and his wonderful growth tion which gives. H. .M. Breaker & Co.Box .

s SEEDS' and POULTRY SUPPLIES of German studenthood." In spirituality enabled him' to tell the We are headquarters for

1, Phlllpplans what they should think Grass and Clover Seeds Seedy' 178 KISSiMMEE. FLA.OLJIC .
J We can'aupply you for Immediate shipment Cause of Misfortune. ,
1. about for he knew that_theman.w P" to Seed
ss Cow
- Oats Peas
r Potatoes k Beana., Garden and FieTd Peas, Field Corn When man says that: ., misfortune was -true: honest, just and pure, the Sea'bo;ns and nil Farm Seeds.Wood's ,.
'' drove him to drink the chances '
are who
I than regarded things that
,Beggar-Weed, Sorghum Millet Peanuts were eievating PHUITS '
T I that drink first drove him to misfor 'and of good"report, would become OPI IfVKQKTABUia ,
Most,completelineof Poultry Supplies, Garden and Field Seeds in Florida tune. Descriptive Catalog mailed To the old reliable 3"'
L __ ,WRITS, FOR ILLUSTRATED. CATALOGUE the man who would be able toon- free on request Write lor it: CominlMkm: Merchants ,.

.N.. dTII:d E. A. MARTIN &COMPANY : s N'rfu.1I1ftti' .. recent Baneful convention Effects ef of Alcohol.A teachers'. er question or later"Wbat to answer Is -right more?"exactly; the l T.W.,WOOD &, SONSSeedsmen" VINZANT &'CO' .';, '

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u : .T u c 'f<>l1ow"Paul'Jt prescription; ,
+ re 1 'adopted"resolutlons'f l & Richmond, Vat '
. 4 especially: : If', you as)t' tor, that guld- )>
/ -a course of education: concerning the
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j I ,SMRINGJTLORIDA: I U/lfen'reetd'.ners.. f : ,
Salt '
., 'It, Startled the Water Sailor ,_ '
: Leon Gatlin has gone to welt tW Iii.
Lake Michigan.The .
Chooae. e Varied Philosophy uncle Mr.. E. 4
.ldpp r of the H. W., Oliver Attractions Make State the B. Keen on4 Lake 0WI" -- ,

EasterShesHERO was la a' reminiscent 'mood as be Mtla Mecca of ,Tourists.. ty'Ovric sJf N: .rH'nI' near, Pine Castle,'this summer, ;

y the'"ot window watching the, Dr. P; Phillips, with his wife and Mrs. l'
many theater lover wade through the Florida, with hr: attractive smiling Hams'and Miss Minnie
mad on their way to the brilliantly front. has long beeh the Mecca for win- MAKE IT. Peevy, drove
WHAT YOU out to his prove
Sunday afternoon by ,
lighted entrance. tee tourists. Nowhere ; a
" tan more beau- ........ auto '
0' That )Jong; slim allow there reminds tifnl sky 'climate and 'land be found AT orw..t o* north or south, ,
"' "No Easter .. of the watchman 1 had on than in "Tha Land of Flowers." The ,EA Anywhere you chance to stray,, Mr.: and Mrs. L. H., Cohoon and 'Mr.

outfit Would be the ablp last year," ba said "Ha was Atlantic and the Gulf)/ are giant rivals .?op, will and the people kind'If J, L Beaman and ft-Iend. from Kisslm-

:.complete 'without due re..ratd city brad but wben ha cam on board for her favor and, they offer ntany delightful There you is meet not the them different lust halfway t"... .... mee,came out on Tpeedayof! last week,
to the of the ship would not admit be wan: any ChUlyther and pleasant bar* Mra.
question Inducements to.tarry within( Cohoon visited her sister, Mrs,
ant '
thing bat a salt water sailor. I On yonrmlf you must depend
saw him on the fo'o'sls slushing down her, borders. The climate is the most ,For,the w rmth or lack of ? Wetherbee, and the men spent the day

FOOTWEAR tbs dock.. I asked him where ha came agreeable to be found on the American you wear a fromen face fishing. "

*, CronxVI continent and these propitious climatic As you pa. alone the street Mr.; George 'W. Haye had a severe
just blew ID'trdm. salt water be conditions result in a flora of great va- Ia a city new and atrans attack of nose-bleed
replied -id 1 knew' In a minute tie 1 That's the kind that you win meet. ,one day last week ;,
riety; and along the lakea.vegatlon luxuriates
: 'It )'OII-net them with". smile sstlng three hours, before they: succeeded
'was hanoing me bank.' in jungles. of intertangletf! vines, '. And eke twinkle of an eye in
stopping It. This left him
"Da was so willing to show ba knew and flowers '- Smile wilt'kreet you In return .In
e v Aside from its GREATER'significance everything tbat wa fixed up a Joke on From, the people passing by,' a very weak condition, but he I. slowly ,
The rivers and lakes
abound fish- '
him wben ha was casting,the lead up -Do not b* ..traid'to'sidSunshlas regaining his strength.
on Superior In a fog. The mats left bream perch pike are up and down the land.
him easting on the fo'c's'le calling the easily caught. The salt water affords Do not be afraid to reach Mr. Perry Hugbey spent Tuesday, the V' .', t

Easter unday depth and tasting the butter to place pompano blue fish, red snapper, mul- To the world sv friendly band.'' 12th Inst.,'with hisparents, Mr.:and' '

,, tbI. I location. In the end of the lead let, and that king of all fish, the tarpon. Other Friendly folks feelings appreciate and the true Mrs.'.T. A. Hughey, He ,returned to +

there was tallow to catch the soil on Thai. number of fish In Florida waters Touch of human fellowship Tampa the next day..where he ia em,

Is the chosen day for the exhibition of Spring the lake bottom. By the soil :we could will exceed 600 and the attraction of Every bit as.much ss you. ployed by the fire department of that'

r\ Styles. It's the beginning of a' New Season, tefl where w* were at. laved the the lakes, riven and snapper banks will Take your atmosphere along city at Station'No.',1.;' ,

nbe new watchman be found sufficient to please any angler. Aa you wander to and fro. Mr. C. H.:Funk and
A Thty'H be clad to eee com family and Lon-
r' change in Nature's Habiliments and in the lead The mate stepped forward and you
when the lead came over the aide'substituted A skirmish with the tarpon is one of the And be sorry when you go.K .-- nie Hughey went! to St. Cloud, Wednesday -

Raiment worn by Mortals -:- <-.',- :.*- one which he' bad heated to most thrilling of all expediences and In you the stive land the where rUdiotne'Srlp you sojourn evening, to attend the'tent meeting

redbot color In the furnace at the place makes other fishing seem tame.. The Do not for a minute doubt being held in that plies The services '

Make your EASTER Selections fromour'largestock where the tallow was placed tarpon is immense, up to as much as You will get It In return. were conducted by Rev.; Hardlnav assisted .' ,

of Spring Styles -:- -:- .:- How deep Is Itr I cried. seven feet in length, and covered with by a singing: evangelist and oth rera.
-'About flue fathoms.' he answered large discs of sliver scales, and weigh- Needed Expansion. fMr '
""What's on' the butter t called.Tie ing up to 213 pound "I 'am looking for" 'a Job as bill col
brought the lead to ,hls lips 'lector" 'raDk' McKee and 'wife are up f
The facilities for boating'are well
touched his tonga to the hot tip and "Do yon think that will. be pleasant from Ft. .M1e".'vl.ltlnC friends and ..
M. Jumped a toot In the air' dropping the known and the motor boat races of the work relatives.

L. Whidden & Co. lead on the mate's foot winter season attract hundreds of lovers "Not specially, but I have run out of

..'Great heavens, captain, stop the Of this sport to the state each season. excuses myself to hand to collector The L. U A. S. met last Thursday .

shlpr be bellowed. 'We will all be In Motor-boats, sail-boais and skiffs for and I want to study the business from afternoon with Mrs. Wetherbee at Lake '

b.nlD five minute "Milwaukee Free pleasure are in great demand, and the the other end for awhile for the purpose Breeze.. A very' profitable afternoonwas

Ptsas steamer lines connecting different sections of picking up hln..." spent, nearly all the members be- ,

are popular and afford ideal opportunities ing present _

Man as a Machine. for pleasure. The St. Johns Youthful Authorship Mr. and Mrs. L H. Wetherbee
She has not the wholeearth It la a little startling to learn that have
la to all mechanisms. In trip from Sanford to Jacksonville is moved into their new home on the'lake
man superior
probably the most widely known, and beach
to sell, but just choice the best artificial machines the efficiency .
the Silver Springs is among the most
Is only 14 per cent. The human Mrs. Dr. Derbyshire and daughter/
bits of it located in beautiful attractions of this trip.
machine gives a profit of from 29 Game is plentiful and hunting is good Miss Katherine, and Mrs. Shelling.and'

to 80 per cent on the fuel! In other son Felix from Philadelphia, were h
sport. There are foxes wild turkeys.ducks ,
; Wv FLORIDACHOICE words, on the food consumed A plan and other pleasant callers at Lakeside Villa and '
f1 the'firstOre geese, quail numerous '
always wastes energy during Lake Breeze, Saturday afternoon. ti
small game. The deer are more scarce ..J
minutes of work. Monday's laborIn
of late years but in the wood sections Lakeside Villa has become a favorite '5
man Is the worst, and Tuesday'sthe
are still to be found. The handsome outing and picnicking spot for the people ''
HOMES best In the week-that Is, accordIng -
mallard and the green-wing teal ducks of St. Cloud. We were honoredone l'
to alarge number of experimentsmade
SELECT FARMS by a distinguished professor.Man abound, and likewise nearly every other day |last week by the presence of t'x

VACANT LOTS be considers, is more liable to species known to the sportsman. The Maj. C. C. Cox and wife,' Mr. and Mrs '

AND ACREAGEA make mistakes In the afternoon than wire-grass marshes and weedy ponds are John Nelson, Mrs Nighswonger Mrs

In the morning. Is this the reason favorite grounds. The abundance of OIrI"'J i r r........... Raynor and Mr. and Mrs Henry Kloss.
FEW CHOICE BITS banks close earl-Pearlon'a Weekly. water makes the state a prized home All were delighted with the,,picture h
"Yes, said the man with the wide
for ducks and birds who live in the wa of the and tendered '
Three new modern Waiting' esqueness place r
cottages-ask H. Wa* !treat "I don't like to brag of myself,
A pretty, rosy chc ked country girt ter. One does not have to go far to find but I was 'regarded'as a precocious compliments' most gratifying' 'The majestic ;'

MRS. SUMMERSabout entered a department store. It was a snipe, wood-ducks and plovers.-The child At the age of ten I wrote poetry oaks with the beautiful mossswaying tt '

them. bargain day, and the crowd was greater Home and Farm Magazine.OSCEOLACOUNTY. that grown men might have been were fascinating and,soothing.

LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. than usual. She wandered about -- -- proud to have written." We appreciate .the coming of' these ,.

Clyde Ave, and Penfield, South KIs- from floor to floor-using the stairways "I did some swell 'writing too lit people, as each one showed- the deepest

,- slmmee. (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of because she ,'I\'as afraid of the elevators that age," said the coarse oerson who respect and regard ,f or,th*..belongings

Court House, leading south. and finally she stopped lost and had not been suspected by his friends of others,''and' notblnl"' was disturbed "

confused In the middle of the biggest Name Was Suggested by the Late of having! artistic' leanings. or molested ." ' ;
what did Infantile
"Aifd your pen
store she had ever seen. Hon. J. M. Bryan. produce Mr. Carlson of St. Cloud Is .doing ,
A floorwalker saw her and politelyapproached "
.. .... "Oh, I wrote excuses to the teacher flourishing business, with his. boat this t
With the universal interest and
sympathy -
The Graystone Tailor "Is anybody waiting on you'"' he being taken in the Seminole Indians so plain tbat you would have thought winter, as scarcely a week passes but'' r"

asked with a pleasant smile. of l
4 Yes, sir," answered the girl blush quiries conceruing the naming of the parties to Lakeside Villa.! .
SUITS TO 'ORDER AND UP hair "he Pr .d Hie Shoveling Ability. w
$15 Ing to the roots of her flaxen ;
of Osceola how the The fishing of Mrs 'i
county name was "You didn't land your job as JanitorIn party consisting
Is outside. I couldn't get him to come
PANTS $5 AND UP given and- by whom. After various the cltyJulll'" J. K. Hilliard and her sons, Carl and
in, and now "don't. know which doorhe's
failures to find the Information, Mr. J. "No." I. James and daughter Irene, Mr, and Mrs.''
CLEANING PRESSING All Work Done at"-New York Telegraph.
M. Willson, Jr., of this city, furnishesthe "Why not?' s N. C. Lightsey and daughter Mildred, '
Chocolate Was Denounced. J
When '
REPAIRING, on.Premises Strong passions l were'roused In the facts, as gotten from State. Chem "Civil service examination." Mr. Rosier; LaWIlOJ)' and Miss* MarieDuke '

OVER ORAYSTONE OARAGE seventeenth century among those who 1st R. E. Rose who was one of the "Did that let you out?".'' "i' > -> of KIssimmee received the full

thought chocolate\ ; was an Invention of committee appointed at the time of the "Yes; the other, follow"'j knew"now'" benefit of the "sizzle sotzl",, while '

the devil. A formidable treatise was creatioivot the new county-the pres- many moons Jupiter, bad." ",.Vff"; , / fishing up "Boggy: Creek". Sunday. 't

written In order to'denounce the use ent Osceola taken from
county being
A Spring Normal SchoolFOR of. the beverage by monks. The trea- counties. Sure Sign Mr. and Mrs Ira'Wetherbee visited
tise appeared In 1G24 but the monks Brevard.and Orange "I wonder It Maude *nd Jack have their son Will and family In'Orange
When the subject of .a name for the< broken"
sa'lto It, by destroying every copy county last Sunday; r
FLORIDA TEACHERS that jcnme.their way, that Its circulation new county was mentioned, writes "Whar makes you suspect It*"
Corset' with a guarantee. was small and brief. Chocolate c apt. Rose several were suggested, "I saw him smoking a pipe yesterday The regular quarterly meeting con-"''
Never J rusts, never breaks and is at ducted by Rev J. D*Wyandt'wlll be
houses succeeded coffee bouses In Lon- viz. : "Okee-cho-bee, "Disston, and Instead of a cigar. ,

washable. A JOHN B STETSON UNIVERSITY don as centers of a supposed greater "Bloxham." The nafne "Osceola," as "Then they have broken_ mar- held in the school house Sunday morn-'
Call at the Chapter House North described ried. Ing and evening March 24., ''.A business
: every i refinement, although Roger an honor to the famous war chieftain, _____
Friday*. MRS. J. VAN B SKIRK, March 27 to May 28,1912The them as centers for the benefit was suggested the late Hon. J. M..' meeting'will be held on Saturday even .

18-41. CORSETIERE. of "rooks and cullies of quality, where Bryan, and immediately adopted by the ,An Obvious Fraud. Ing and a baptismal( service will be held'! '
gaming is added to all the rest," and That English;: lord is an impostor. on Sunday afternoon., I
conference. This is a bit of interesting "
where plots against the state were "How did yon find it out

-- -- ---= State books used are those ordered by hatched by Idle ,,fellows London history to remember, "Simpson sprung a new story at the Miss Ruth Harvey spent the week end, e.

Superintendent nine Holloway. Graphic.. club last night, and the fellow sew with her coa.ln,,Mls.. Blanche Lawson' ,
For the weeks free tuition will
I IQu be given 'also free room rent and a reduced (Cassava. flour.A. the point at once." Work,is progressing nicely' on Y;;' .r =

rats for_board for all who room .e F, Spawn made his first grindingof Hr Ira Wetherbee's concrete bungalow.,
in the Dormitory. Tuition will be Fell.
charged for those not rooming In'-the Objected to Thselagy. cassava flour at'his factory in Kis- "They' killed him by kindness. ,Miss Le'ssie Haye returned to KUslmmee .'
lit Dormitory.. This special rate will apply Owen Seaman. editor of Punch.was simmee last Frld. ., Ha had 336 pounds "Ah. dyspepsia is a terrible disease. '' ",'
loprafin to all who are preparing to teach in the principal guest at a':dinner of the of cassava from which he, made'' about Isn't Itr Sunday, aftsmoon.Mre. ., ?

Florida schools., Orthography ReadIng London Author. club recently,which 81 pounds of beautiful flour' of the .:U:Smith and Mill Marie and '

Geography, wa followed by a dlscussisn on "Hu finest Gainesville Son No,'Trick st All. little Sarah y
English Grammar Physiology quality.- Duke are visiting Mr, and "''
ition .
Sijnorina French Vermicelli .15 mor." Mr. Seaman began with a story I really think that It would b*' Mrs J ,
, J. Overstreet'
History Geography
Physical ,
deprecating the spoiling of a good din- Aa asythlna to do-

'Scaramilea Alphabet* Macaroni 15 Theory, Civil and Government Practice will'all Algebra be taught and Mr by any discussion at aO.* THIS STORE WON'T To If guess I the the answer riddle knew.of the. 'aphynx M..J, G. Harvey and daughter Edna v f fit'

Guerin*Spaghetti. 2 for 5.Veribest'Corned from the books ordered by State Superintendent There were three characters In the and Mrs. Roberts of Klssimme called

Holloway. story a bluebottle fly and two Scots GUARANTEE CALOMEL on I ,Mrs G. B.. Lawson Sunday afternoon .', t
,'. : Beef .15 Students may enter at any time. For menThe story at oriel struck a not PERT PARAGRAPHS. and Miss Edna remained; until
nine week. $39.00cover.the entire University of theScots ,
.15 probability by showing; '
Beef "
Veribest Roast charge: Those who have first nan drinking; whisky. Tb bluebottle Medicine There are Been who act a* it they Monday morning' ,TH* LADIES. :!

Mothers Oats .- .10 grade certificates will be permitted to boned on the pan; otherwise silence Bat We Have a Liver That would rather pay funeral expenses, f '
elect advanced studies In the College of reigned. We Do Guarantee With MOB.,.., than alimony. c That Bis Steer, '
Heeler'. Old Homestead Liberal Arts. All the splendid resources -
will I' This was broke by one of the Beetsmen Back Offer. ( ,:We published -.DI< Item last week
of Stetson be placed at the service ; ;,
Flapkack Comp.. .10 of the young men and young women trying to locate the bluebottle The .woman who has looked for:a, taken from the Lakeland Telegram,'relating .

'Aunt.Jsmima Pancake Floor .10, who wish to take advantage of this unrivaled with ecological exactitude. Said the I burglar for forty years is so elated to a big steer kUled In that city.:.
opportunity.Send Scotsman The next Urn yoa think yon need a with her success when she finds,him

8 or. Sweet A: Soar Picklei ,.10 for booklet describing thecourses "Sandy.' I'm thinking If yea fly Is a dose of calomel don't take it. Evenif ,that she.laD',,a bit seared. ,' We rather thought that steer, belonged
''n'es.r, parts, being biggest and
: toPRESIDENT birdie or a bustle"T vthe V
60-70 CaL:Prunes have taken it often before this
2 for .25 you
LINCOLN HULLBY meat thing of his kind. 1 The ,
DeLand.'PlorldsGood other replied 'II... float spoil might be the doss that would salivate If you want to see an explosion Just ,
Fox River Milk doz. ;.45 ll-6t good 'whisky with reHgJodsi ee.ieeusUo. Its very Is sometimes followed ten a hostler to' "hurry',' "P": when Mr.. O'Berry, confirms;our ;,
use '
..- r you. something has slipped a Cog that t*) to belief:;; '< ,'
p Clover Bloom.flutter, 2 for. .75 News Aeoent on the "Know. by dangerous after-effects. If youare responsible for Editor'Valley Gazette: f : *:*I," '

i Compound Lard ..10 We have secured a few 6 and 10 acre Marks-If you had to live life over constipated or bilious or If your .The, steer Mr. J.;M. Keen tutcher-:: t'
liver has and '
Lard tracts of the finest fruit and truck again would you marry the same woman gotten lacy inactive :two W* can't president, bat, we rd was Grade' Hereford. Mr. J. M. :I'-. \'
Pure 2 for.2S'
:; lands within half a- mile of the city } Parks-You Just bet.. I would or three doses of D dllOn.. Liver-Tone shouldn't mind, that *o' much .1C we Lee 'IIOt": him 'at the last, fair,''a calf' ,, ;

3 lb. can,Table Pears, .20 low limits which we' can offer at the very I know what she'is. and women are pleasant tasted vegetable' liquid, will could draw his. salary.. eight months old, and traded him to me. "'t :
price ''of' 50.00 per acre. Kis uncertain for'me "make you feel like new." I "'' '
too to experimentwith
3", ," good Pears,2for.25 simmee is expanding so rapidy 'these another one...-Exchange. We would not recommend Dodson' Silence Is Irlden-wllell practiced bya for a Poll'Anius bull calf. He made ;lIf
lands will soon be almost in town and phonograph. .. ,-. ." his Irving here on the grass until In De j : ','1 ",,
:;; !!I will be worth many times the prices Livei l'r'tPne in piece of calomel If we amber when I sold him to Mr. ,Keen, t '
asked today. Do not miles into were not willing to fully it.
go the guarantee
EXCESS.Too There is no accounting tor taste so you see he .Is an Osceola steer., .. "
country for small tracts at any price So anybody who buys a bottle 'of DoJ- ,
West Kissimmee while'you can get such as these at this much noiea deafens DI; too son's Liver-Tone at Klsslmmee"Drug Some persons"! like squash plea. ""Respectfully- 'FMn:i i'J ":
'' O'BEKkr.'
price. Soon, there ,v. ill be no such .. F. ?
: '
opportunities as this; as all near-by much lign't bonds uetoo'greal'acLtince 1 Co. store and does not find It a per A girl I.| apt to feel like practicingthe l :) ;,,

lands will be gathered up. The quantity or too much of tyuiJasity fect substitute for calomel may come virtue of staying at home after ... :
Taylor's' Down In North Carolina :'Jt:
is limited and will soon be taken. ..equally u.frombaog able_,, .any-day and get his or ebe.huworntbeaame party.dresa.a 10, : o
-'r' Other lands, a little nearer ine but -no end The above playivlllbe"'- reBented-i& *"'- 7-
to see; too long too short a her money back. dozen times In succession.Ton '
Phone 250 Quick Delivery hundred better dollars have recently sola'at' one < scoune obscures our knowledgeof It has absolutely no bad after-effect .' the O)4'.njJQVJI.) on Friday March 29th' ;

prohibitive price.per acre and some have a subject; too much of truth stuns and ia harmless for children as well as can't blame man for losing his br local talent for the benefit; of'the:. ''.' '

8-tf H. M., BREAKER A CO. us.-Pascal Rrown-uos. temper.when his. wife trade* his, new Presbyterian church. Admission 28 t ,

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WORKS THREE ,ACRES Clark's Uncalled-for. AttackFlorida's

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I Governor'I ;

t : Pennsylvanian' Makes; Living on ,
Efl f fl >' Small Farm. I give below thq,,,Interview of Governor Albert 'w. Gilchrist in

I I Washington' Post of March 5, and also Associated Press dispatch II 4'"

< ,' : Washington of the same date; ,' quoting from Mr. Clark's speech ink 4

to r Success I Ie Mostly Due to the Irrigation House of Representatives in reply to the, Governor's, interview. ', ,", t
System Hat Been In-
tailed on Place-Water U of ,: )
Governor's Interview Clark Calls FloridaG l
\ ; THE OLD AND,THE i ij Utmost Importance.. ; '

j : I Ir _t (From Washington Poatpf Mar.,? ,,1912)),, ovcrnor '. 1sift+ r':('
I Working three acres or less to their I "I "
r came to ,Washington Mr GiL-
4( fullest capacity Fred W. Ritchie who chnst said "to let the committee know (Associated Press.Leaaed Wipe)' dd '

lives JMthJn the limits ot an eastern the true state of affairs. Washington, Mar 6 Represen* *M ;'
C /II -I-II Clark of Florida made a *eeation! .
; Pennsylvania, town, is able, to make Putt Blame on Railroad"In
I t tack on Governor,Gilchrist in the..]
{, VALLEY GAZETTE HOMES t : "} an excellent living. Mr. Ritchie con my opinion the attacks instigated today. It was in reply to are?
fines himself mostly to crops that experience by the railroads of the West who wishto Interview from the Governor in <,
\ 1 has shown him pay beat In have this great immigration to Flor-i he IS alleged to have expressed, eat
his locality and Bells the greater part Ida stopped. They are naturally anx- the attitude of representatives:C
f; .1, of his produce In the market houses ious to not only keep their own peopleat in the Everglades Investigation't'f; t+
of his home town, where regular customers home but to have other immigrantscome Mr. Clark said: "It remvins for i
1'11. I are eager for his vegetables at to their country. Naturally with Governor of 1o'lorldaod pity the St,
r good prices writes E. Harrington In the influx Into.our country the Western travel all the way from Tallahusto ,, ?
railroad interests dimlnish"- Washington Co Insinuate that It
are being now .ham
the Gentleman :
; ,1t Country The plan of "The last census shows that Florida's working in the interest'of Weltern'lrailroads.

t ., taking a stall at a market house Is one- increase population was 42 1.10 per I brand that aa ..malidious.gratitutious .
l lIi ,1 that has many advantages over the cent, second to no State east of the and uuqualfied falsehood.' I
t 1 practice at selling from house to Mississippi The value of the Everglades Mr. Clark said he had been prompted
I r : house, which must be followed In more and the feasibility of the drainage to start the inquiry because of the operation ,N
j I i' northern cities if one'has private cus and the healthfulness of the of conscienceless land shark In '
i d; tomers. During the season when business country, have been admitted by all who misrepresenting such lands. (
a't have visited the section. Mr. Clark said that Gilchrist beforehe
Is dull Mr. Ritchie Is able to sup
I was elacted Governor, made a business -
plement his Income by buying some Quotes Representative Clark. of land exploiting. L

j produce be retailed at market "I'am at a loss l to understand or account "It is the conduct of conftciencelek
I lifr prices. for the attacks made upon the land sharks" said he, "that I am trying -
f'p' His three acres, however together Everglades by Representative Clark. to balk for the honor of my State.
with two' greenhouses, keep him busy From what I have been told he has And yet the Governor of my State *aya'
) KI most of the time He practices the never seen them. When the Congressional that in attacking the thieves I am at-
I tf most Intensive culture and uses"water committee on its way to Washington tacking the State of Florida. If this Ie i
: liberally. The fact that he has city from Key West stopped ( : Fort Lauderdale to visit the Everglades, Referring to Mr. Gilchrist a* "this
water on tap makes this possible Indeed it is said that Representative Clark's little pin-head Governor" Mr. Clark

he says there would be little boat reached the cypress swamp that said he rested his case wite the people
possibility of making a success In hIs borders a part of the eastern edge of ot eis own district, and felt certain of
line of work unless water could be the Everglades, when Mr. ,Clark, addressing tne result. lie was applauded a* betook
used without stint. the committee said: his seat.
t Within the last year or two an irrigation 'Gentlemen here are the Ever
: ( system has been Installed on glades. Yyu see what they are. Tma .
the little plant. Several lines of pipe is all there is to see. Let's go back, as
!I I have an engagement with Mr. .
Flaglerat ,
ri extend the length of the field, running
iiP Palm Beach-and towards Palm
, 1 C, i J parallel to each other and are so arranged Beach his boat was turned immediately
., that the streams which they From the citizens of Fort Lauderdale.I
throw cover the entire area. The different have the information that Representative .
I.| lines of pipe are governed by Clark never did reach the Everglades '

I, levers near the house, so that In a .
few moments' time it Is possible to "I am confident that the investigation -

; have water playing over the entire in progress will prove his chargeto
ba unfounded. Just what his motive
field. The pipes are rained on wooden
was. in bringing them I know not, but
supports, perhaps a foot and a half I "
can say they are a mistake.
I I above the ground Mr. Ritchie's land

," I II" \ is divided into two fields, on opposite
..' I I sides of the street. The Irrigation From the Governor's interview, in the left hand column, you will see

". 1 II system proved so satisfactory in the that Mr. Clark's undignified remarks in Congress were unwarranted as
field nearest the house that it has now
i II the Governor did not say in his interview, WHICH SPEAKS FOR
been Installed In the second field

R : fl" ., I I In addition to this plan of outside ITSELF, that Mr. Clark was working fn the tnterest of Western rail-

I irrigation Mr. Ritchie also waters his roads.

greenhouse crops in the same way the Because of his office Goverhor Gilchrist HAD THE RIGHT and it
; : pipes being so arranged that the turnIng -
1 1 of a lever will cause sprays of water it was his duty as Governor to REFUTE Clark's attack upon the

I: ft, We Have Moved! to reach the whole surface of the Everglades particular and upon the INTEGRITY and DIGNITY of
: beds, drenching them with a gentle
__ shower that does not wash out the the State in general. Clark's "personal privilege" speech. while directed -

'/ : smallest plants Mr. Ritchie baa found against GILCHRIST THE MAN was in effect A DIRECT ATV J

q L. : A DASHEEN MEALy Mr. Spawn they cooked pancakes that TWO BISHOPS this-method of applying water a great TACK UPON OILCHRIST. THE GOVERNOR and through him an
would make the ordinary wheat or convenience as well as a time-saver.
insult to the PEOPLE who have honored them both.It .
-- buckwheat dish look like a of
piece The leading crop on this little plants
Kissimmee is Favored in would be hard to estimate the STATE WIDE DAMAGE which
sole leather and eat like a rubber pad : Particularly lettuce, of which enormous quantities
Brooksville Folks Dine High onSpawn's Representative Clark has done Florida. '
1 in comparison. They were served in an Oratorical Way. are grown. The market price for .

three styles, half dasheen and half lettuce varies, but sometimes It runs As I rAve repeatedly said-: '
Products. wheat flour. stirred with eggs; all Bishop Hoss will lecture tonight at I as high as ten ,cents. On several occasions The TRTUH about Florida is GOOD ENOUGH !

.t:1": Brookville, Mar. Special-The( ) dasheen flour with eggs, and all dash. the Methodist church. This is an announcement Mr. Ritchie has bad, large The TRUTH about Mr. Clark U BAD ENOUGH .
of the importance growing which he estimated as '
rr :t) i ,//r. i;'.,. daaheen u an edible yesterday morning een flour without eggs. very greatest crops R. HUDSON BURR
worth eight cents In the field. For
and should the
: ) '.rrose. points, in the eitir Then they had bread the most whole- able attention, of attract in Kisaim-favor- long time he considered Big Boston 15-11 Candidate for Congress, Second District

( "r', maUon of a party of Brooksville epicures some and Inviting made from dasheen everybody the best variety for his purpose, but

\, , : who were the guests at break. flour and pie made of dasheen flour. mee, particularly as there Is no chargefor for the last two or three seasons has

g :. n 't;>l "t" .,' ,il ft of Mr. and Mr*. William. Gommee Mind?you, dear, reader both .'the admission and no collection will' \ bo been Importing much of his seed from

.: oa High Main street. crust and filling were made of dash'eens. taken. Germany.: having ,found, a varietywhich

t ..; In the annals of the culinary art no The filler was made of grated There is in America who stands proved a particularly good crop
higher as an orator and as a strong per as well as producing well-formed
could have of dasheen atti
feast : been more unique or dasheen and the crust and
church leader than does Bishop Hoss. and attractive heads. !fr. Ritchie considers w
i satisfactory to all concerned for it was wheat flour half and half, and with atop ,I
lettuce--or salad, as It la more
He beloved both north and
is south
composed entirely of the products of I of seafoam and other fixms' well
commonly known In Pennsylvaniatbe -
;1 the seductive tuber which has, already known to the ladies, it was a dream. and it is a privilege rare indeed that is best crop for market gardeners of l y

d made Hernando county famous. At Henceforth no imported pumpkin will j offered Kissimmee.The limited areas especially In parts of

q ,the celebrated banquet given in Brooks find favor with the cooks of the South city is particularly fortunate also tho country where the summers are i r

I ville at the Varhada hotel in January, once they get in touch with the growers I in having the privilege of hearing an- very hot, because the farmers cannot

d the daaheen evolved by the department ot dasheen. and the makers. of other eloquent bishop of the Methodist raise It, owing to tbe lack of sufficient

b 1 +. of agriculture under the supervision dasheen flour.Included church next Sunday morning, when water A large part of the produceon
l t Bishop Morrison will preach at the local sale at the market house Is broughtIn
i 'of Mr. Gommee, demonstrated with his shipment of dasheen -
., that it can be made to supplant the flour Mr. Spawn had sent some church Bishop Morrison is a magnetic by farmers, and the successful 1' ) YP rq
market gardener grows tbe they
d f.4 Irish, and sweet potato but at the 'I evaporated banana, out of which the speaker a favorite on the Chautauqua cannot well mature Instead of tryingto A ,

s. breakfast yesterday morning the great ladies made banana coffee and it is not platform and,, he should and doubtless compete with them In producing 5SI

u4: '" .tuber had the horizon of its utility im I too' early to warn the folk at Battle will be greeted 'by a Urge congregation. -, such vegetables as cabbage and (oma-

. e measurably increased. It came about Creek that postum will soon have a' toes. Everything depends upon taking

j; ' r In this manner. formidable rival! in the Kissimmee product advantage of circumstances. Some

'( Som. week ago there came to Pleased With Florida.Mr. farmers.. in Pennsylvania, Isolated rr

1 U! Brookvllle: at the Invitation of the Orville Strong president of from, good retail markets have found

1' ' secretary of the Board of Trade one Strong's Bank of Dodgeville\ Wis., cabbage a highly profitable crop. .
,ENDORSED AT HOME Mr. Ritchie sometimes uses artificial r
e 15 A. F.:, Spawn, of Klsiimme. Fla., a was a Kissimmee visitor Friday calling shade during the hottest weather H. D. GEIGER(. J

y' ';"and economist of intracontijiental upon his friends, Mr. and Mn. A. arranging a canvas covering over a ,

renown. Mr. Spawn Is the in. S. Hearn, and Mrs Mclvor.. While part of bis crop and finds the plan e. Ca didale for I
: Such This Should ConvinceAny n
'.I ventorof: various processes for pre a* here Mr. Strong was taken through worth while. Parsley and red beets 'off 1,

I serving,1 evaporating and ,conserving Kuiimmee Citizen. Spawn's cannery and was given samples have proved excellent crops, although Prosecuting Attorney r

root and:,, ether vegetable by making the demand for the former la not so :
of the products. He was very
The endorsement ot oFOtceola
public a
: that It be In W. A. MeRAECOMMISSIONEQ CountyAwarded'
,T ; them Into flour tapioca,1 ,te. He! had citizen is the best proof that can be: much interested In what he saw. Mr. great quantities. Radishes can grown celery and large onions ,

/tried It on: sweet potatoes, banana, produced. None better none atrongercan Hearn informs us that as a result of are also grown to some extent
+. S cassava.etc..; and when asked to include OFAGRICULTURE ''lMeson.
the visit they had banana coffee for
\S l
be had. When a man comes for-. the radishes finding a ready market Large Contract
D' '. \ '3', : daeheena., In, hi,*..repertoire he at ward and testifies to hi* fellow-citizen, supper and' found it Very delicious. very early In the season. Ludlam and a
} once agreed.Through addresses his friends and neighbor, Mr. Strong has been making a tour of Manure Is relied upon for fertilizing
)' !M '; the Rood office of Superin- this city have been awarded, the contract
be he it Florida going to Key West by the tbe crops and all th. cultivation Is
you may sure convinced -
" Itt tandem Oomme and the Bond of Trade or he would not do so. Telling East Coast returning by boat to Tampa done by hand, wheel hoes being em- for the building of the new coor

r the department officials at Washington one' experience when it is for the and through.this city back to Jack-' i ployed to a large extent, though con- A candidate to succeed himself house in Sumpter county to be local
I .'* were prevailed to issue an 'order siderable work: In weeding la done on i, at Bushnell. The contract will amours!
upon sonville. H. pleased with
was greatly
, lic good I Ie an act of kindness that ---
; %' t for,a few bushel of,, daiheen, which should be appreciated. The following the state and particularly with the attractions the bands and kneea by the five or six to approximately $60,000, and la! one 0

war. s.nt'to'Mr., !: Spawn and mad. by and advantages' ot Kissim helpers who are employed during the A native Floridian I\ the largest which this firm baa receive ,
j "t statement given by a resident of Kis busy season. The manure la hauled j .
xj 'Ibdm' Into flour. I since locating In Kissimmee. Mess
| simmee adds one more to the mee. It Is quite likely that he will from neighboring stables. The hired
I, S 'S Last Friday,,a portion of the flour 1 caae* of Hom. Endorsement which many are again visit the city help la secured wherever possible and I j P. A. Van Agnew and A. E..Donegti!

i wa ...hipped to Brookville and an official being published about Doan' Kidney,, constitutes one of the greatest problems A business man who will give a accompanied Me sra. Ludlam and M

rtr "' + tat followed I! For Mr. Ritchie has to meat, In an i I Donough on their trip to Bushnell\ I
Pill*. Read it: Marshal.To .
,k' The i preparation: of the spread fell to attempt to solve this question of la- business administration : gave considerable aid .In landing th

,' 'v 1 lira,.Gomme;wife of the superintendent J. E. Bass, Mabbette street, Kissimmee the Voters of Kissimmee : bor, Mr. Ritchie has recently largely I contract for the local architect,
r'la. "I
: have taken Doan'sKidney ,
Some Urn I announced myself as Increased his greenhouse area and
.. of the government farm, than ago I
.' whom there I* no more efficient and Pill off and on during the past a candidate for Marshal and Tax,Collector DOW baa 20,000 square feet of glass, He will APPRECIATE Fruit and Truck Land. .
five or six yeara and I consider them beat being provided by two modern your
Aa baa
Kissimmee It
of City.
x r cook in Dixieland. :
H competent hot water boilers. We have five and ten tracts
worthy of endorsement. I had kidney The greenhouses in the acre
Mr*, Gomme bad aa her assistantsx bean impossible for me to see all ot the upport comingprimary
are devoted entirely to Liberty Park the desirable
trouble growing most *
for some time and I suffered geraniums
et, Mr*. Edwin E.. Cox and Miss P. 0.t people, I will say that if I am elected I for
l w intensely from a lame and aching back. I cuttings burban property on the market whi<
marshal and will do I Ifor'
i will be tbe people's
Freas and although there was no data
This '
1 f. Doan'a KldneyPilli have been work: gives employment to five we are offering for your conalderatii .
r = '1 > t to;: guide ,them they.prepared a,breakfast beneficial in very my duty to the best of my ability fearlessly men throughout the winter and Mr at prices that are attractive. We wi
relieving complaint.: ,,
A'Y" vY fit for the god*. my and impartially., have lived here Ritchie la now able to engage his men Sale
I keep a supply in the house all the be pleased to show theae tract to pro
CoL. Joe Smith proprietor of the i I three years and all\ who know me know by the year. He expects that this plan' We .
are offering desirable -
some pective -
time. '
very purchaser at time Do <
who'eer., : that life has been a clean and true will largely obviate his annual springworriment any ; n
Kitchen Tampa d the my
''yr Dairy resident lots, located three fail
For block from to this
sale by all dealer Price 50 support la solicited. Thanking over the matter ot laborers see property before' purch
life. Your -
daaheen banquet, bad demonstrated the Court House nice sing aa'it has the off bet
cent Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, to take care of the summer on high elevation advantage
the; dasheen could be served in you one and all in advance for: any crops close in and
1 5 ; that : New York ole agent for the United for $300 for inside and $350 for cor- on the very beet pay
xS. +J. :' "'N' ''more',way*.than..both--the.Tweet-nd State favors that may be shown me. I amResat. ner lots Alley in rear of all the. lots road in the county convenient to tl
'' 1 I W. R. HENDERSON.I Great Britain's chicken crop numbers city, echool and churches' Five ac w
:,t t w ; fa. "', ..: . Jrltb''potato.bu&, ; the,ladle* went him Remember the name-Uoan'*-and 17.000,000. and the agricultural Cash or ihort time. Let u* how you tract* $260. and $300. H. M. ..ureak"Co.
\>( ''a, few.better. From the floor made by t take no other. 'I 13-1 t.pd. board of that country says It should these lot*. H. M. Breaker 4 Co. : '

''l': ;. '+ "I' be three times that number I I'i
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IP'', C., A,'CARSON, Pre'tdent, ,1"" O..,-BRYAN, JSKCRETARI:: :

Pure Ideals "'ouJrEliminate ( to

':;:" The Waters &, Carson Divorce

1 "oti.i YOUR BUILDING w


; ,, \. Grocery Company By, Rev. HERBERT.McOONNELLr l'J
or el Sixth MnMriri (: rad4TEXTAnd
40 Gn, ........ ..... Will soon need hardware supplies. And you know ,what a, trying; proposition supply '

Ii:.;&,,,'- -Wholesale.I and Retail Dealers n- buying is where you have to'buy from a dozen different sources There ,are sure to

the' Lord said unto Mo.ofc, be'some,parts to go back for" alteration.. Sofne, shipments will =ba delayed that holdup ,

QRO'CERI'E'S"it 'Wberetore to,the children thou of crleit I.rael unto that met they,Speak.tforward. > all. You have,been thinking how much>quicker and ,easier and better you could l "

I .'. ,. i'et'your building In shape , 'could get one, place to buy. ,all'your supplies. ; 1 -

. ,, .. In' 'the Chrlatlan' life..there la little That is justwhat'we are'read/ to do for,you at, an hour's 'notice-furbIsh all

promised.that' is easy. Men are continually your'materials, that,will meet your, most, exacting demands-(in economyln! dayinanddayout -. l .
being put to the test. wearing quality. '
t men are placed In hard places, where ,
HAY J the burden Is found to be heavy, And because we,can furnish you with' all your materials, we can do it at'a

,;, ': HIDE. L Moses was now carrylns a heavy bur minimum of cost to you. We have, brick cement, plaster, 'paint, sash and' i '
,, GRAIN den. He had led the children of Israel hardware, bath and toilet '
room fixtures etc First'class
FURS. ; ,-. from bondage to freedom. Now It : , Plumbing specialty; ,
,FERTILIZERS WObL looked as though they would be taken .
I ". 'back to bondage again. The thoughtof '.
,StiINOLES I -____,_
heavily 'on .
' this was weighing;
:;, ORANGE BOXES ", .AND { Moses, and he cried unto God. Theo .

t ORANGE WRAPS ALL children answer was'of' :Israel"Speak tbat thou they unto go for-the No-Rim-Cut Tires Cut Tire Bills Half ':

.... ward." Because of the passing years
'VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY the words have not lost their mean.
,'. ,Ing. But In a larger sense they are We now handle' these tires you have been reading, about. These. f
'CRATE: NAILS PRODUCE hires can't J '
being applied today. = rim-cut. Thej.bbl.g'mbooke.' .. ,
turned dJ>gg? > *
outward. And the tire rests round Jl ,
is "For
The of God to men. ,
...' message surface. This construction allows 10 ,
per'centGQQB( EAR
"< ---+-- shame for the
:' ward. It would be a more air.10 per cent more carrying _.. ... ,.
We sell field and seeds of all kinds. __
garden present generation to be In the same And we figure this margin adds 25 per cent to :
We give special-attention to fitting out hunting and camping degree enlightenment as the generation tire mileage Can at our store and let us p"in this tire. Tire-users everywhere are using them iiStunning
,'" parties. that has Just passed. We todayhave Why don't you avoid tire trouble, toot I,' -
the accumulated thought which
Free delivery city limits. Phone No. 12. has led'to the degree of enlighten I.

We are county agents for good fertilizers.. Ask us for circularand ment. As we have found so much ,
prices on fertilizers. the responsibility is laid upon ua< to -QSCE LA HARDWARE CO. .r
move forward so that we by our lives
will not retard the march of civilization.

The Christian should ever have ,II
his or her face forward ready to
march at any and all time. ;.i
National League We are placed into such: a beautiful
MAKE NO MISTAKE of CommissionMerchants world one would think it would be .. ,
of the hard for the children of men not ,to _-
United States ti----- !
think of God. But we are forced to
Number pee believe that there are many, people I
SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE who think very little of him who has
given so much for us to enjoy. The 1 \ rw(

great, broad fields bearing their precious Di Spring Styles ill[] :

S. H. & E. H. FROST In the fruits bowels, the of precious the earth stones the found great "Li; *;

COMMISSION MERCHANTS forests furnishing the timbers for our I&

ESTABLISHED 1865FRU'ITS great mountain buildings peaks.All and ships, the great Come and see what the New Season Brings Forth in ', ): ;y

these things should remind us
of God and his goodness and cause us SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS V

to think much of him. The beauty of '
AND the sunrise and the glory of the set J ,.',,\
ting thereof, the beauty of the stars, Dainty Lingerie Waists entirely
25 Per Cent Off A beautiful line of Dotted Swiss '
the songs of the birds the lightning made of fine a1'over embroidery, and lawn for your dress I ?'
flash all reveal to us the greatness of, all waists like these are the rage We have a nice line of coat summerr:
I I Ood. How strange that men can pass this season and it is easy to see suits that we will well for l', a
319 Washington- St., Cor. Jay. St., New York on with so little thought of God who why they are so popular. White shoe and 'slippers. ,;
has been so kind and good. $1.60 to $4.00 25 Per Cent Off Gracetul, new spring style in a ,
otoronee81'etns Nat'1 Bank, Mercantile Ancncies; I women's footgear '
The question we bear often is, "How 1.
.J much will give" By that question ., "
you "
Entirely new line of white Beautiful silk stripe voile, all 1 Jx.
DO LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT? we mean how much will I get. colors Miller's absolutely guaranteed 'f.
85c 60c
goods embroidery flouncing at only at to a yd.
We are very anxious about how much 85c per pd.. id color white and It ahi'tick.160. If they. rip, bring. : y
we will get. Ought It'not be how blue. ,
9-1 St much can I give? In this way see An immense line of the newest 1 '! t
bow much we can help the world on things in Basttate at only 10 and Scholoss Clothing: for men, '.,
j f ward. .Suppose that the Apostle Paul Dainty beautiful models of exceptional 12Jc per yd. serge and fancy won .cL' ..'li. to >
bad asked how much he was to have style in ladies' and $25. 1
received for each Journey he under- children's wash dresses. daisy '"
S. S. BUZZ & SON took. Would we have ,the privilege of dresses for any occasion at low A fine assortment best grade Holeproof Hosiery, silks,. and '.
reading of_the church at Phllllppl, prices. gingham. all colon, 3 pair for 91.75

Corinth and many other places If y ,Ii
Martin Luther had asked how much
Cement and Concrete he was to receive for th'e- work he Go through the entire stock, look it over-:-we seriously, doubt if you would'not find what'you G'

'I :: I' Work of all Kinds was' doing would .we be honoring him ," ',, " would like for,your own. { d' '
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, ; today? The fact Is this, that the men C I. J. ; ,.{ :
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.. \ 'and who accomplished 'most ; :
," women "
a for the world have, been most unsel 4 rk"

Residence Phone 53 Mabbette Street the fish.great They work have and put their themselves influence into has I. CLAY S STANFORD) '

near Dilhngham Ave.
Office Phone 132 lived. I

Too many people are not familiar The Store that Saves You Money '
with the Bible This will apply to
both those who belong to our '
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churches and those who have not yet .r t'all
N. Saunders
George Identified themselves with the church. ..
There is a great lack in our know."
BOAT BUILDER edge of the Bible. If the Bible is our .

guide through this life, surely we Solomon B. .'''.It......, Pr... W. M. F.rrW/ Vin-Pnm. and Mar C. w. W.'_.. 5.... .n/ Tro... 'ty ,
for "Ferro" "Eagle" EnzbefMrHEKE ought to become familiar with that : ;

q Agent--et CuoIlM Fin EJtIquIIher-- which we depend upon. Mr. Moodyused OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY ;! f
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I to say, "look out In.nature and ; (Inc..) : .t
TNa eNe.Aa MAT"A.Tt..D NIAOA.A see the hand of Good. Look into the ;
I II '
I Bible and see God face to face Some Planing Mill and .Novelty Works'V : '
r I time ought to be given each day to ,
reading the Bible, not that we,oughtto \ ''I'l ar.

see how much we can cover at a' I, ..- :It :'"',,\..' <."'.,. .. .. ", ,,!\ ., .,, ..;

The ROLL BASS MARKET il glance of, but its how contents.much We can understand 4 .:;;; i I I ,\ '- [.f, [e. ,'(fI",

We are,reminded every day how important ''!- r r 1 1't IIIi
Bearden Building One Block, from Depot it Is to live pure If the pure ; f '
life ,was the Ideal, how much wrongdoing l't 1
would be corrected. If'the' couple .gjh
Fresh Florida M'EATS' of all_knds. standing at the marriage altar ull" j ,

andVestern > .* would have tb,. pure life as their ideal ...; i' ; '
would It not lessen the number of divorces : i'I :, '-
FRESH FISH T Would we not have better : :
POULTRY EGGS. ;tomes?' Would there not be fewer ] !1'" '. ., 11 ..''
children to care for In the homes of b i I '"
Special Attention to Phone Orders and free & ro t ,\ r
charity T If the pure life was the i r.3 r
Delivery to any part of the City. Phone 189 Ideal would we not, have better society .:s ..t ." }

T How our churches would be : l'J -. r. .
filled with devoted men and women .;.
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who are anxious To worship God- By J.oI o.'wifle.. 7- will r i.'t.'r.t}u.t uAat" you want ':\ : ,"
and hi a certain .peciR.J tfm. ".;11.. KZ WILL ,'"
men and women who would be anxIous SAVE. YOU FROM 10,TO III PER tENT. W. m Ioc.ted rl,M OIl',"rbHtt. .witch w eAet.w 'Ine.'fa font \ t
: to take a class In the Sunday'school .. load 4 sit
*"**'"***+ ** tlirectly iota carp '
DDtIEB 1mBED'S[ IflSDBIQiCE : (BEJBY ; 'and faithfully each Sundaystand 1 ; :l'
: e before their classes teaching COMPANY; Inc,' lSJk E. , '..,_;
the things of purity and God I Realis '
The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency In Osceola County : ing that the greatest of all things are 1// ,'J/f'/3'I
FIRE LIFE: ACCIDENT HEALTH the things which can be given for the I, ',,... ,'! .
PHONE 118 3tf sake of those who are here by our "IXu* 1
aide, the opportunity for labor la great Nice New Home Cheap. +*++++++++****++"**++ **+'.'r /
and the field is wide. We offer, for a quick Bale, a new Broom ;
1 --- ----- house with frail and two porches, : EMIL. MACH ERNEST MACH ..' ;E t;, 1
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Ad .nI 011 c:...;. .b. f'. '; :
Harmony.Eloquence located in the'w at part of the city. \ ,. ., '1<

CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE poetry, painting,' sculpture Fine well of water on back porch 200 :' ::hI.I.A.Ca: : BIos:: ; ;" '1''
and architecture like the five feet deep, good barn and outbuildings. '!i'.
fingers of the bumaa'1'band. Each Is Also a small 3-room cottage on the rear I, '

I . Organized April 2d, 1910 harmonized 'and. vitalized. by music, end of the lot, suitable for rental purposes. t, ,Livery, Feed and Sale Stable :. ,; :
,which is the blood of all the branches. '
DEPOSITS Young: shade trees set In front
1 April 2.d. I9IO, $3keo0.00 Every technic of these arts Is toned of lot. This Is a great bargain for j Agt. International Harvesting Co. 4'i:
: ;
_,__ ___ __ fI20,344.43. and timed In tones of music.-Rev Dr.F. i
V Dec 3l t. 1910. $1,600( cflfeh. If you are looking for a 1
V W. GUll aulul. Baptist;Chicago.No :x:.. XJNCS: :xv :at .flK ,,
Deo.3Ut, 1911,H72.26O.28 .. home, don't fall to see this proposition. svsrxrrc: : +. ;
H. M. & Co. .
4-tf SPEAKER: '
I To entrust your banking business to us means that you will receive Victory Without Struggle. v V Everything and first class. We render prompt and .

every consideration consistent with good sound conservative banking. There Is no victory without a strug Prospect Park Lots.., ,.' satisfactory service day or night."ONE '.' J

A. SMITH Cashier gle. There is no painless holiness.The We have' two'of the most desirable O PASSENGER f
A. E, DONEOAN, Pre.iaent W. insipid, effortless life is not of and best located lots In Prospect Park HAIL BLOCK,FROM. DEPOT \ '

Directors: A. E. Donelr!."' Pres., H. Mk Pfann, lilt V. P.. God. That man Is poor indeed who size 50x135 feet each, which we are offering : Kissimmce' Fla. Phone 113 .,,1 "
l C. W. Dann, 2nd V. P., A. w Winn L. H' Cohoon,.F. W. Hall, 'would be aa"ed'bJ' grace and have for a short time for $110 each. ; .' 1, '
D.. Call on us If you want a great bargain. ey N' '
C. Carroll. nothing himself to do.-Rev. R. C. .. 0 .. 7
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..',I ,:rag" } 12 . TilE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE March,22,1912' 'L

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"f i I CAMPBELL ITEMS I Leachlpg MUCH" LOSS'of the Boll' OF PLANT'Irrigated. FOOD Water' # HIS MEAL OF' WEEDS Classified AdvertisementsAdvertisements .,

Should Be Avoided as Much as .. .
H ; f.--- Possible. Proposal
'. Mr. and Mre. Aaron Reams .pe-rti
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Oklahoma Farmer "
Prepares a
.' Sunday afternoon with Mrs. C.: /H:1: By C. W COMTEK. gut ,University H*- are Insetted under this head at the rate of 8 Ceata ,

I ,f "1 r Strickland.Mr. J. P. Sylvester. passedxov, thee { A certain'' from perlment amount the land of plant by.> Irrigation,food Sa'remo.ed' On a FanLUette's Menu That' Is ..Rather Odd. per line each insertion .,r 6'I,

t, river of Jordan last Monday'night. Mr water which should be restored to allcultivated -
: FOR BALE-.orly.. high rolling
'6 Biscuits of Alfalfa end FOR SALE
of Broom
r i j "$, Sylvester has been a citizen of our soils. If, as much Is returnedto Toddy , .' land near station on main line of rail

county for quite. while,':His' remaini a productive colt as Is .taken Com and Sugar Constitute Part; FOR SALE-Ten ;.acres'-' of' the best road, twelve mile. from 'Kissimmee. .

were laid to rest .In 'Pleasant. Hill away such'a soil will never become grandfather was taking' her of Strange Repast Result citrus fruit land in Florida, center Small part deep muck for gardening, .

I cemetery; --: '. -.,-------'- exhaustedTherefore, :aa especial back-to Honolulu after she had' finished aL+l Yi saG. ..,.,.,____ ---lakereKiorvhighestpointin: _the.""", "rest finest citrus fruit land; no palmetloe.WiU.ellatr.t elil
It announced last Sunday nigh; 'consideration should be'given to all her course In a fashionable San state; land cleared and fenced; five : $30 per acre
was Francisco boarding school. Llsette acres Davenport Colony.. on easy terms or will divide. S, S.
of Nar I phases of the, subject that deals with Guthrie Okla.-It has remained for ; '
J'' in church that Rev. Austin the conservation of the plant food elements bad been an apt pupil In conforming Samuel Johnson a Logan county farmer Write Rev. E. E. Gunckel, Oakley, Souders.. Phone 260., 8tfCOOK'S
coossee would preach for us next Sunday with American Kans.
fashions. -Her grandfather 12-2tp
that are already In the soil. ,' to demonstrate. the.>use as food
at 11:80 o'clock. hoped devotedly the first time STRAIN thoroughbred Buff
In Idaho's Irrigated districts the products of numerous plants and
bo ,AGENCY FOR SALE-Good Rood: Orpington, eggs $1.50 for 16. G. A. f
In his pay
Mr. E. E. Brown spent Thu rsday saw transformed little Honolulu
j largest part of the plant food taken lady that weeds that are not generally recognised reasons for selling. Fennel).. Agent.8tf Gilbert. 8-tf
Xissimmee from the soil is removed by the/ growing she had derived aa muoh : as belonging to the,food class. "
t,1\\ .1. Mlsi Flossie spent Sunday with her crops but the amount 'of valuable from the text-books as evld.ntly'abe Johnson made a wager recently witha FOR SALE-Seve'n and one-half acre

t friend Ernestine Brown. Panay.I plant forming elements that are had imbibed from the style,journals. neighbor Joseph Thompson, that he FOR S 'LE-One fresh cow,,part Jer grove about four miles from town, ,

\ lost in waste and drainage water may Jimmie spied Llsette as soon as the could prepare a menu for an entire sey. 1. H. Wetherbee., 11.4t-p right on railroaffand! close to station]

not be Inappreciable. steamer left port. Anxious to become day from such plants and weeds. He I and shipping point; Rood: close neigh-
( I Arrested for ArsonAs acquainted SIX-ROOM Cottage large lot. located hors engine and
with her he followed tbe good gasoline splendid -
i Tbe results of ,was to visit the out-of-the-way place
some experiments
couple in block and a half of postoffice; nice well. Well furnishes abundan ,
I the result of an alleged attempt conducted at one of our leading experiment "We on deck. on his farm along the creeks and valleys young citrus fruit trees, electric water for irrigating purposes. Some"

to bum a cottage owned by Mr. J. M. stations, located In a ..-on- are e especially fortunate, the and also the cultivated "fields and lights and bath. Price 2850. H. of the trees in this grove are very
Irrigated district show thaf'the drainage '' old gentleman was saying "Never produce breakfast luncheon and dinner M. Breaker& Co. 8-tf
::1' Willson, Jr., in the northern part of have I ; large and heavy bearers. This Is a '
been ,_
water carries a"n of on a smoother. sailing that would be by at
away average pronounced ; snap 1500., Downing Re.lty'Co.;
} the city a negro by the name qf J. S. ael You wouldn't know we were mov HAY FQR SALE-Well-cured baled ia-tf .
87 6 of Thompson "as be ate.
pounds nitrogen per acre a good as ever .
t i Thompson was arrested Saturday by ing. The waves aren't even nervous""Pardon crab grass hay by New Eden Plantation ,
year from the top twenty Inches of The wager was for $50 and Johnson
Sheriff Prevatt, and is out under! $200 me," broke In Jimmy.. ""Wehaven't Company. Box 496 Kiasimmee FOR-SALE-Three.residences. One in
1. ; soiL I Here his menu
T" ,Although potash, phosphoricacid won. was : Fla. ),22t Eureka
( bond the preliminary trial being; set add lime are not dissolved from I started yet." Breakfast-A toddy for an eye opener addition addition$1,500 $600'1:In one Bass'in addition lIIy''s-

I for the 25th. A bunch of rags saturated the soils as readily as nitrogen It has Ills inimitable smile must havebeen made from broom corn whisky and TEN ACRES Choice land in Park Garden 2500. Waters &; .Carson Grocery -

( with kerosene was placed under been clearly shown that the amountof 'contagious for Llsette smiled sweetened to taste with beet sugar; all under good woven wire fence Company.

I C fj the edge of the house and ignited but those elements In the drainage waters back at him with the most beautifulsmile breakfast food of bOlled-kaMr corn' ; good flowing well, and has been ACRES about
I that commenced In her great plowed. Price, $850.00. Downing 11,000 eight thousand of
before it could do any damage was en Is not small. candid alfalfa ,,meal flapjacks and mllomalci Realty Company. 10-tf which] is fine prairie muck for
eyes and rippled all her
and removed by someone across the If the mineral plant foods are so sirup. the plow; no better trucking or Ren- '
street oft easily detected In the drainage from face. From that minute Jimmy washer puncheon-Kafflr corn bread boiled SMALL FARM just;; outside city limits eral l farming land in the South close

1. Thompson was suspected lands watered only; by rain, the loss devoted admirer. cow peas, young rabbit fried in cotton Rood: five-room house, good deep well to railroad. Price $8.00 per acre.'

5 , the act, he having recently had trouble on an Irrigated farm, unless the water Everyone called the lad "Jimmy." lard, elderberry wine, and alfalfaclg. and new hog-tight fence around part Downing Realty Company. lOotf'
If. with hi. wife who occupies the cot is old and young were soon under the of it. A snap at $50 per acre Down-
carefully; applied, will be considerably arettes.
i, tage. A strong case is said to have fascination of the big. fellow with the ing Realty Company. 10-tf PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline'fires. '
greater large streamof
a Dinner-Alfalfa muffins with peanut Get one for your launch allto'.1
t f : 'been worked up against the negro by water Is allowed to all round over-grown baby face."Jimmy FOR SALE-Good 7-room "'
run night butter that was mixed with cottonseed two-story or garage and be safe. Sold by Ceo. * .,

J Sheriff Prevatt. through abort rows of vegetables and shadows that pretty little oil Instead of olive oil ;soy beans. house on one of the main streets of N. Saunders agent Kissimmee. 87 j ,
Honolulu >
I berries and for days over grain and girl all over the deck said baked; various fruits from the farm the town lot 80x150: several nice *

} Thanks G. A. R: .alfalfa assimilated fields these elements that are the"Yes captain's, and that wife.old grandfather shadows orchards; wild grape Juice. etc.bearing"orange This is one of trees the, biggest outbuildings bargains MISCELLANEOUS 1 ,

by; the growing plants will them both. Just he's Before going to bed that night now being offered in the city. MMBMM WWMMMM '
r The following beautiful note of a either be carried below the range of as soon as Thompson placed his $50 on the table. Price $1,260 cash, or $1,400 on terms. LOST-Two little brown pigs( about

'j daughter. of the Confederacy has been plant roots and lost In the underground comfortably seated In his Iteam.rchair. He acknowledged that be had been Downing Realty Co. 12-tf two months old. Will pay $2 to be w l
engrossed in some novel, he shown where f)
( the local G. .. R. Post: drainage, or will be carried off converted. The placing of the can get them. Notify
receivedby tt wager
,, In the waste ditch to enrich some farm spies his granddaughter with Jimmy TEN ACRES choice land in Pinedale C. Bunnell, Hunter Land Co. l -p' : tj
Sedgwick Circle and O. O. Howard and came about as the result of an argument
! further, he's off after them. close to new canning factory easily
down the canal.
Post G. A. R. To reduce this "Jimmy came from the same town between Johnson and Thompson cleared and very productive. This is WANTED To buy 10 to 20-acre orange! rand
leaching of the soU I on the subject of what to eat when This grapefruit grove with some raw
Accept my sincere thanks for the I as we do," continued the captain'swife just outside the city limits.
by the irrigated water to a minimum the main food products of the farm would make an ideal chicken ranch land additional. Address giving low
beautiful floral offering sent by you on far and through some Influence secured est Lock Box Birmingham.
a ta as possible excessive flooding fall Johnson declared that many; and truck farm. Price $100 per acre price ,
{ the occasion of my dear fathers death. ; suiting In large streams of waste tbe appointment of paymasterIn farm products not as a rule recog- easy terms. Downing; Realty Com Ala. 18-4 t-p

It comforted me to see him remembered mter. should be avoided the navy; ; that smile must have nized asfood and wild pany. 10-tf GET H.
been a birthday present to him. as I've even some N. BRATTON to drive your
so kindly by those who wore the vines and weeds could be made off
use artesian
rarely!; seen him without It except TWO Beautiful five-acre tracts about wells 43-tf
; blue, and for the sympathy they expressed LIVE STOCK NOTES. when he scowls resentfully; at Llsette's and that If an investigation were made half-mile outside city limits, on hard -- -* -. *

t accept my heartfelt thanks. grandfather" practically every farmer would learn marl road splendid neighbors. Price WADE the tuner. Orlando! I '

are;; that be could live well and fat C7S per acre. Downing Realty Com
Sincerely Ida R. Tiller Sheaf oats relished by; the Each day ripened the friendship be- wax WANTED-The ''
-. .March 6th. horses. on the things that, as a rule, he turns pany., 10.tfTV'f sweetest thing. out for
tween Jimmy and Ltsette The old your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy '. "
P' \ Do not be In too much of a hurryto man was nearly frantic; he grew thin aside from. Thompson doubted the fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug |;M ,
desirable lots
wean the pigs.Soft statement, and the wager was laid. very in
and habitual strained worried Company. 83-tf
Charming Entertainment wore an Carson addition each 50x164 feet. ,
ug ; coal or charcoal Is to the hogas look afraid to leave them out of his "My main point, however," said There are 16 bearing orange trees on "' -' 4v

An evening altogether charming andt pie to the boy. Johnsony afterward, "was to prove the FOR nice hot cold .
y ''. sight for a moment. he could be seen these lots under good new fence a or lunch visit room s :
t t 'delightful was enjoyed by a large company Cottonseed meal Is not considered a hobbling. up and down the deck all usefulness of broom corn kaMr corn. located close to the lake.. $350 cash next to Postofflce. Lunches sent on :

" at the Chapter Hou se Tuesday good feed for swine. day long. alfalfa, mllomalze. cowpeas and numerous takes the two. See H. M. Breaker phone calls. Phone 154. 8-tf ;k1h: f'

night The hostesses were Mrs. Clay An Important part of hog raising Is The time drew near when Llsette other farm products as articlesof &; Co. 31-tf t

,I to know Just when to market. was to land. All smiles had left their food. Broom corn whisky has much LUNCH ROOM-The place tor a nice \ r
Johnson and Miss Twitchell and the 1 HAVE For sale anything in the hot or cold lunch, short order meal. *'* >.
Never go to bed without going downto Faces. Jimmie to and togo the same flavor as that made from Indian way ] ,
was on
entertainment took the form of a school go of Florida real estate that one could or oysters any style visit the lunch h,
how kafflr bread much
l see things are at the _barn. on meant a separation for months. corn; corn re-
] exhibition in which Mrs. Johnson took sembles wish, and can assure you the best room next to Postoffice. Phone order *
A hog oannot sleep comfortable In a the hoecake of the southern '.
They bade each other good-by, but '
; terms and lowest prices. Downing promptly delivered. Phone 164.
the part of' teacher, and various members draft of wind; h. will catch cold very not a word'of love or endearment bad plantation; alfalfa meal muffins have Realty Company. 10-tf 9-tf

of the A. W.' 1. "spoke pieces." astly. ,, escaped Jimmies lips. graham muffins skinned a block; ml-

A number of selections were given by It Is the gains that the lambs make "I'd rather die" he said to himself, lo-maize strap is Just aa good as any MARRY In haste and repent at leisureis FOR fresh fish., the Rail Bass: !,

c local musicians, and the evening closed during the fall 'that determine the "than ask a girl to starve on my In- corn sirup you ever ate, while as an old saying.' Buy land way off Market No. 1 19-tf

Feeder's profits. If I'm then me vegetables you can't beat cowpeas and from nowhere and you will be equally
with a spelling bee in which the leaders come. ever promoted i
The few public tests of silage for for Honolulu. soy beans. I have known of homesteaders sure to repent. Buy better land close WOOD, per strand $1.25; five strands

were Rev, S. S. Snyder and Mrs. Me- wintering beef cows have given emphatically In' Oklahoma during the first to a good town and tor less money. 575. Kissimmee Lumber Cow 29-tf, ,
., I Phatter. Mrs. J. M. Wilson won the "Please forward my; fan, wrote Lie- You cando it it you will and if you
f favorable results. ette to the captain's wife, "and havesome winter on their claims, and when they wise will do it. Downing MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and
,. first prize in, an exciting endurance Hay troughs should be fixed that bard live almost are you ,
'i.. so friends on 'board; write their were up financially to Realty Company. 10-tf we will get a drink of the best soda
\; contest,' and Miss Bay received the particles will not fall through and be- names on It as a memento of the glorious . entirely on kamr corn bread and water made: 81-tf

a .,.1\: \' :consolation entangled In the fleece.Oregon '
J\'I"\ prize.u come the cowpeas. FOR SALE-By 'z. W. Bass
days on ship. owner FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull
!1t ., i ; :.' experiment'station shows "What are you doing?" asked JIm- "In order too Just to make the program 3 lots, 50x133 making 150x133, 3- Bass Market. No. 189. I9-tf

,,;P:' At "500." that one acre of good clover for grow. sale as he noticed a young man act-wI- strongfor Mr. Thompson I room cottage for $500( ,'$225 cash and .' ,

ing hogs represents a value of $44. Ing his name on a fan covered .with washed the dishes after each meal $12 per month until paid for. If you MUTTON, fresh.-tat and fine,.at the "
e Miss Marie Briddell entertained at .
Brood sows require a mixed diet with soap made from the yucca plant. wish to see the property phone No. RullJJass Market phone 189. 19-tf. .
"600" Monday night March }1-12. and and one containing plenty of protein hieroglyphics."He's 73. Kissimmee Fla. Property Is ,,-'
I I swept the floor with a broom madeof
writing ,his name on your BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream
beat in
t , ; the following were invited : Misses Virginia and not too much fattening quality. about one mile southwest from depot. ,
the broom weed.
,; charming Honolulu friend's fan explained Also have ether houses and lots and town. Kissimmee Drug Co. SltfN
t and Aggie Makinson Ellen Weck- Too many farmers kill their good .
"It became known the last
a young woman standing near- during four tracts of 40 acres each cheap,
ler, Marjorie'Bell l Bearden, Alma Grif brood sows because of the temptationto by. "You're the next on the list. Last year that a fine quality of sirup couldbe six miles ont. 2-tf \ Intelligent person may earn $100 ;: I
fin Grace Nelson Grace Lewis Phyllis sell for the high prices. This is a monthly corresponding; for newspa' J
j 1 the best of all. made from mllomalie and as a result
: 'Jarnell. Marie Briddell: and Messrs. Fa. mistake. Give It'to me; I'll .end It to her" eastern manufacturers are con- FOK SALE-8,750 acres timber lands, pers. No canvassing. 'Sena for par ,
f Sheep are comfort lovers and the with five miles of lake. A first class ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245. ,""
said with tracting for large quantities of'l .
a.y. .vill Jenkins, Hunt, Ferguson, Barnhlll, Jlmmle raging Jealousy.Whetntbe Lockport. N.Y. :
man who neglects to provide them colony proposition. Also some of the
fan was In his possession ; crop from the farmers of ,
,I Souders Bear-
t Smith Katz. Gilllspie. el
in this
with good, dry shelter makes a costly best paying orange groves
i' den Brlddell be scratched out all the names and western and northwestern Oklahoma. farm lands .7
Butler and Malflnson.Mr error. part of the state, and FOR KENT f
In the small left "Alfalfa biscuits and muffins b.elone t
a space : C. Buckels. 2-tt .
"KaU and Miss Jarnell won the The pig. like every other young ani city property. ,
"Darling, what do want with been the delight of men who are
+, prizes mal. bores to be alert and to be'mot- FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms for 10 +;,1.'
...., all those names when you can have engaged In the 'manufacture of alfalfa tPrice I.,.
which be- light housekeeping!: reasonableto
t L' Ing about with the freedom WE-Have listed some pf the most desirable '
i' mine for meal for cattle feeding but
Received of
keeps purposes, .
..\ ; longs to such a nature. property on the market, both an all-summer occupant. 'for'sale promotion this morning.-.Jlmmle lt>use baa not been adopted by others Miss D.' '
A spring pig will bring pigs the following my city and county, which we offer at preferred Graham. Mab- ? \
Horton." to any extent. At a recent meet- the lowest prices td be obtained bette street, third house from Uacetth -. :
will make better
NO.,309-Fin. ,garden 'and poultry spring an4 prove a Jimmie was again his smiling self ng of the National Association of Alfalfa , There is no padding of prices by us, office. .It-p
rule more
growth and as a
'p proposition., This, place contains two When he received a message fromLlsette Millers the'Delegates feasted on every piece of property sold at exact
profitable than a fall pig. DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.Til
'i'i' acres, .new 6-room house with porches While there''' 1s considerable Investment saying: '"I'd rather have :your muffins made, of alfalfa meal and pronounced price placed on it by the owner. ler. ,- ,

in''front,and one side; fine artesian well name than any other under the sun. them A No. 1. The muffins Write us your requirements and we (

t with pump on porch. .Choice' location In the brood sows,' still because It pays Grandfather Is. furious." were served more as a novelty, but the will do our best to please you, by FOR RENT-A' modem S-roora' flat,. 1f"with
better' keep the good one
to the kind of
showing just property you '
all conveniences.
banqueters ate them with relish. The city Apply to', ;
I'.. for small truck or poultry farm. The they will produce 'more uniform pigs desire. H. M. Breaker &; Co. 24tiFOURacre W. B. Harris Gazette office. tf .
meal Is made
from the
leaves and
y land if subdivided Into lots is-worth the more of them and will raise them bet Rattlesnakes That Swim.; I 5

price asked without any Improvements. ter. There Is one'curious thing that the stems, of alfalfa hay ground finely. Experiments orange and grapefruitgrove .TO LET-At reduced rent Outlaw's

O. C. has noticed on the'WlnnJp"eo- are being made, too, to produce with 250 bearing trees, billiard room in St. Cloud. P. O.* '
j., We' are. :offering. this property, fur gess Islands-the smaller Islands a breakfast food from alfalfa five acres muck and ten acres pine .'Box 188, SU Cloud. 11.8tTO .

91,660; terms on. part",if desired.. The Rape for Swine.. which are situated say a mile or so "An Investigation resulting from the land in cultivation, thirty and one-

1 town is growing,,in this ;direction; and Rape ranks next to clover as a forage from the mainland-the pre.ence of enforcement of the national pure food half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox RENT-After May 1, furnished
'. ,enhance In plant for swine, although they house, good barn and welL .The house, 9 rooms, bath, electnc lights
property; : will laws, brought out the fact that alfalfa
differ In their nutritive value. When mice and once In a while a rat. Now. improved land all under 'good fence. hot and cold water; piano etc; 6 or

. rapidly.. H. M. Breaker' ,Co.'.. ,13-tf- both be raised and swine allowedto the question Is.' how do these pests was used principally in the 'makings' This property on tbe north side of I more' boarders assured summer,,
: ,.- can let from the mainland to the islands of that kind of cigarette that Is East Lake four miles from Narcooa- Addrew Box 143. lotf
pasture on-both It makes ,matter. ....... ...
) smoked the 'The
Swim One old cottager says that he by cowboys. discovery see, nine rniles from ,Kissimmee.
':, Sale 4 well-nigh Ideal. Rape way FOR RENT:"A 9-room house
For large and
has a theory that perhaps the parentrates was that only 27 per cent. Of tobacco Price $4.500 $2.500 cash balance one
'' be detrimental to pregnant.sows unless In like was used to 63 cent of alfalfa year. H. III; Breaker &; Co. I beautiful spacious grounds on Main
'No. 229-A desirable 4-room or mice come luggage; per .
: . very they are compelled to subsist street, in Worth Kissimmee.Price.
:.t .1.'t cottage,' located''withlnorl. block of wholly upon It,>, which would ,not be packing boxes, that convey the goodsof -. BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting I $25 per month. Nelson Realty Co.

1. 'i: Osceola county court bouse, in beat residence wi..., It would, not be wise for the settlers on the Islands. SUIT It Is "Elderberries produce a wine that Is of a half block, located in ,the best ,c 12-U

f..i: +! I. section of city.; House,is 'new, breeder'' to depend wholly upon anyone possible that they swim from the exhilarating, but not Intoxicating. It neighborhood In'the city. Will sell FOR, RENT.-A large house and five }
mainland. The O. C. once told the Is believed that Fred L Wenner of
will it
I, : ';: ceileddtbrougnout; city water; lot '73x,, food for crowing pigs or pregnantsows. that rattlesnakes Quthrle only to party who improve acres of ground inside the city limits
,. I .' story now and then former private secretary to correspond with surrounding. prop ,t
t. about mile from the :
l'- < .', ;1471 test. Price. $1.250.. Let na show swam from Rattlesnake Island to the several Oklahoma territorial governors erty. Full particulars and price to Nelson one Co., postofflce.' '"

:.;? "'J'.i :'s this cottage... )i. M. Breaker &. Co.f mainland shore. Nearly everybodyHas was the first to demonstrate the Interested party. H. M., Breaker Realty 12-tf'

t! : --- Y' Beautiful Walnut Tree. laughed*At:.tbe editor for making usefulness of kaMr corn as a" food & Co. 81-tf FOR RENT-Earl property, 'co..I.tllilr' t

f, .... I" ::"" ," I' . ..V'l ,-.. The secretary of agriculture declares that statement; Well If :you dont be- prod uct." of 20 acres of ground li miles from'

\ I that the beautiful forest tree lieve It, ask Professor Thyng the) FOR SALE-Five good ,paymg orange the city limits; also 15 acres inside
'e : ;".( Member t'Sch oBo&rd''t1' that bears the English walnut woulddo teacher of drawing In the Manchester on groves and a 20-acre truck farm 3 the city\ limits Nelson Realty Co.'

' I ,',. ...;,;. ,;, ft the MUeltaUon of a.r>frUndiand voter well In this country. It spreads public schools, who owns a piece of Jerae Mosquitoes. acres irrigated with Skinner pyetem. 12-tf.
) ;I''''1, 1 aa.candidate for member of School Board like an oak and has a fine feathery Gilford shore did I' New Tork.-An. effort will be'madeto Alsocomplete sawmill,capacity 10,000
land the or owna
.. ,
-I a_. ,,. ? ,. In the one diiUlflt. If.1__I proml. to do foliage that fills the air with fra on make New Jersey mosqultoless. feet per day log carts, wagons and
; r ti ,y.. ,all la mr power to rain.tmM Ira aehool, bookslatbJsaounty. lot there. He will tell you thatrattle.na1le An appeal has been made five good mules' Will sell at bargain Notice
, !; r .' VBKE.COj.uaa.. trance : swimming across the lake to Governor C. Buckels Kissimmee. Notice I. Reai.Lnti
ti ,. Wilson asking him to-aend prices. Investigate hereby 111"0 that the a '
\ W ,
/r a message
means.-Man > > will be
are not a myth; by any Fla. 40-tf ,"iS'i8l T laCoui\tr open my
..' }r, ; Member of School Bbard Molting Is Severe Strain chester Union. to the legislature on the subject of ItflJ foe! front March 16kh ..',
to April 12th .
: 1912, both day Inclusive, .xcept .
;:,: '. t nareby anaotmeamVa...lf a candidate for ra* Molting ,Is a sever drain on the of New Jerseys peculiar affliction. WE have just platted block contain Sundari, between the bours o 7 L I 2 "elaoUon to the office of member of the school chicken, and It must be fed to stand Profusion of Butterflies.A He will be asked to recommend that ing six of the most desirable LakeFront Wm aod2p.m and5p.m.b _
';.'" I' lb.laooad dUtriot Oaoaola county, eopbe be bethe bOob for tba variotu dlitrlrt. will
+ ... I Board for 'A little addition to the meat ration a commission be appointed to wage In this in the
S6' ;'1' .J pladc In the tutor tba wan fallhrnl alien- It curious phenomenon attributed I Lots city, located ach praelnet for at lewrt ,
;; : ." flan to the lularaat of.tba aehooU of lha eouaty advisable.. Don' -forget, -the. .-hGta&IDmeribe- .warden _this tIt_ |i. pointed ,out ,best.residentsection.._ Price range daring each week of this neriod. Time and ..
tcr't1. "
'i'..;' '1,' , Wet I .have andaarorad to alva la lb. Mat.Beepaotlolly. and the grit. .A little : that since the Federal government from $650 to $1.500 according to location. do pi.e.will r _led bJ' uRrPxNFuperylsor II' '" ;
al ,,' K,9, BROWN. lampSto, charcoal ..conditioning ng observed at Rouen., France lathe I Offlcvr.. C. W.r. .
\" f 'e M powder will do no 7hannrt Invasion of ,'established In the Ithmus that the In. If you desire a home In the of .Rea1a1..Lloe "., '
form'or butterflies.At
an ,
.,\, : ; either. sect could be routed It Is a reproachto very best portion of our city,'call and a,1912 11" )
: 1 For Prosecutlng.Attorneylher ; night wonderful scene are wit we will take pleasure in showing
;"' ,New Jersey that the pest has been _
-r' a''Candidate the-beautiful Insects of "
.branoonDO* nyaall fortb.omo.olrre.onOWt n..lecI."hen. : these lots. H. M. Breaker&; Co. J.
Aiternev of OmeolaSHI sixes allowed to' exist a.ICHIUNS .L .. WOOOOAX
.. Keep Small Eggs.Small all and colors, swarm In. thousands 8-tf
1 : ,. :;'\ -IT., .IOEIGEa, and cracked eggs should be round two. powerful are lamps] + .

., :;, '............. carefully"= separated ,-before- tae<.market which=light-the aquare;near_the Pont D IisnLLa terms .f JEW, Modern concrete bun JENKINS &; WOODHAM: .. -r

.1 i 'l' ) p jour+ produce'W G. 'W. ;Judy; &, basket goes ',to town. The rejected Tornelle,- 'The air ,Jn 'the. vicinity of Weymouth, Mass.:-Thomas.:t t. Ryan galow close) to postofnce and business

rf Co.; ,,Tampa.' Fla.' ',Write ,them for,' .ones,when perfectly tnh'cao be the square Is so thick with butterflies\ laughed. so much ata, Boston comedy section.: Price $3.000 terms on SURVEYORS. ..

E, N, 49-tf ,?:used to better advantage In the bom that from a distance the spectacle resembles that he .ruptured'a blood Vessel' and1M..J' half of purchase price) if desired. H. i
M. Breaker &; Co. $-U Kiubamee f FJorida
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