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 12, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00537
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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;. At Four Hour Smoker Members of .-. ,Do Not Fail to Attend Board ,of-..- .

Board of Trade Pledge Them Trade Tonight
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.: selves to Greater Efforts Mr. Hansen of Georgia, th. owner
".: of a ,.large'sand lime brick plant arrived A ,
for Kissimmee
fA in this city Thursday, upon invitation R7' =

of the Board of Trade, and will "
The biggest event in the historyofL
,, attend the meeting tonight to make 'a'
I ;Jr.]w'L > the Kissimmee Board of Trade was the '1 : M
proposition with reference to, the removal .
}sV ""fV(smoker on Tuesday night in Fraternity of Ills ,plant to Kissimmee.
,Hall. Nearly hundred and fifty men
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correspondence
Secretary Kuykendall has been in'
\ showed their keen Interest in the futureof f
with Mr. Hansen for some
4 the city by listening for four hoursto" I I II
I and the gentlemen. Is predisposed .in ,
the addresses of the who '
speakers ,1\ "! : favor of this city He has been going '
came with suggestions as to futurey '.,.' ' i"';
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over ground thoroughly with Mr.
work, with reproof for past neglect, I ;j'iJ.i'' '
A. B -
Dickerson since',, his arrival,
with words of praise for the things .
getting complete data with referenceto
with admiration for the attractions
achieved -
.' the possibility of making brick, profitably -
of this section!, and with a'una..lmoua ONE REASON FOR THE JUBILATION CELEBRATION IN KISSIMMEE \; I here, and!will have most"interesting .
message of cheer in the work make'
proposition to'; to the
of boosting Kissimmee. This Automobile fire! equipment, purchased by the City Council from the American-LaFrance Fire' Engine Co. of Elmira N. Y., is known a* the Board tonight. Every member should.
:Mr. B. C. Miller was in charge of pro- Type 10, Combination Chemical Engine and Hose Motor Car. It has a 4-cylinder dngine, which developer 75 horse power. The machine 'carries be this Is matter ,
present as a .or..Uy
: viding refreshments, and he did his two 35-gallon chemical tanks and 1000 feet of hose. It js capable of going 60 miles an hour. The machine will arrive within thirty days.' I vital Importanee to the city; (

.1\ work well, having on hand a quantity

i -of sandwiches, pickles, coffee and cigars PAVING'' IS COM PlUm

-the latter made in Kissimmee. These ..
were distributed at different times dur- Yep, I it was sure some celebration. fering from a cold and was unable to and the result of their labor was an afternoon anchored some distance from the dock, '...-- ..

-,#,. ing the evening and were greatly enJoyed Everybody and his dog was here, and speak at length In the open air, but he and an evening of'the most en- and while there was not a great quantity First Contract Is Now ,finished 'New-;. I

by the men present. .. everybody and the aforementionedcanine made a most pleasing reference-to his joyable sort of entertainment. To they showed to excellent advantage Work Soon to Begin. 14 .

One of the most important direct results was just bound and determinedto surprise at what he had seen of mate- Capt. Johnson and Messrs. Meiklejon, : the reflection in the water aidingin ,. ; .

of the meeting was the addition have a good time there wasn't much rial progress in Kissimmee. This was, Vans Agnew and Jenkins is due the creating a pretty picture. .TheAlabama.Paving Company: completed .. ....to '
to the roll of the names of about thirty left for the committees to do-except a he said his first visit here, and while credit for starting what will probablybe BICYCLJC:'RACE.' Its first contract In this city this .. .' 4

new members. These included many I lot of things, which they proceeded to he bad heard much of the beauty and the beginning of a proper appreclatlqn The bicycle race, which was 'pulledoff week: ?The paving, crew was taken at '-:....f

of the substantial men of the city, leaders do in the !most approved fashion. progressiveness of- the cfty he had no of the lake. It is probable that a on Broadway at 11 o'clock Wednesday once to Palatka, where about a mile t

in their own lines of endeavor, who The weather man was right on the I idea that so much had been accom- boat club' will be organized here and was a very interesting event, and and one-half of Ifefoot. pavement. to ',

., earnestly pledged themselves to vigorous job the very first day with his choicest I plished.Mr. that by next year it will be possible to watched by a great crowd gathered on be laid.,, :. *
work for the Board of Trade. Sev- specimens. How could the sun help J. D. Rooney Assistant Industrial hold a regular regatta, with motor the sidewalks. Lonnie Bass won tne .. The work of curbing, under the new .
,eral other names were brought in the smiling: when! Kissimmee was jubilatIng Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, boat, sad/ boat and rowing races. It is and contract, will begin about the middle
race quite handily though Alvey
r next day by members who had promised ? And the birds were singing and was the next speaker. He declared also hoped that the interest aroused lit Snyder kept him hustling all the'way./ ," of,ApriU\..-The hauling" of brick" will
to strive to secure new members. the balmy breezes were blowing, and that he was staggered by the evident water. sports may lead to the'buildingof : commence"e rlyln'the.m Dtb. Mr. .L..,
PARADE.
l The whole spirit of the meeting:, as everybody forgave his dearest enemy indications of progress, not having ex- a dock of which Kissimmee will not THE AUTO R. Jenkins will go to Birmingham next
, well as the direct results achieved, was and rubbed shoulders with his most bitter pected to find'any such conditions here. need to be ashamed. The automobile parade on Wednesday week 'to select" the brick tor the new

',''t very cheering to those who have been foe in celebrating Kissimmee's re- He then most earnestly urged his hearers The water carnival started on' Tuesday morning was in every way successful work.. He expects to" select an even

y faithfully carrying on the work of the ma rkable progress during the past year. to put their shoulders to the wheel afternoon with a motor boat race about' forty can of this city and a few color moderately dark.. An entire new

Board, and out of this great gathering: It was sure some celebration.The and back up the Board of Trade in its in which R. W. Meiklejon's speedy from other points being in line. No set .i of pressing, moulds has been

of,representative men will undoubtedly program: started off Tuesday at future efforts on behalf of Kissimraee.He launch came in first, Frank Vans Ag-: particular effort had been made to have installed, 'and the new brick will. be as>

-ct>me not only a greater and more effect- one thirty with one of the prettiest pa- referred to several lines of work new's bat from a delayed start, coming the 'machines decorated except with' smooth. |it is possible to make thenvSuperintendent
ive Board of Trade, but a greater Kis- rades ever seen in this city. It con- which the organization might well undertake in a short distance behind. The Kissimmee pennants', but each of the Briddell.' ''Who has

-siramee and a greater Oaceola county. sisted of nearly seven hundred children spoke facetiously and pleas-. course was not measured and no time owners bad made line least some little been in charge,of the local work,1 goes

The meeting was called to order by : of the Kissimmee school led by the antly of the parade by the school children was kept, but several of the boats effort along this and several of the to Palatka" but will retain here when

Jlon. H. Clay Stanford pI'&'dent who Kissimmee band, and accompanied by and touched upon the subject of showed a lot of speed. autos were most charmingly decorated. the brick laying begins, on, the new

introduced Mr. J. D. Kendall, sec several of the teachers. There could publicity, declaring that Kissimmee The next event furnished a great The parade was headed by Mr. S. B. work. H. Is one of the best pavers in,

retary, as toastmaster. The latter in have been no more impressive proof of ought to herald its advantages to the deal of amusement to the crowd. It Aultman, chairman of the parade com- the count ,and has done good, 'work!

brief speeches presented the followingas the rapid growth of the city than the wide world. A hint by Mr. Rooney was the' climbing of a greased pole mittee, whose car was limplY, but very here. We will, within a week or,two,

the speakers of the evening : Mr. W. apparently never ending: line of chil- that possibly this city might not always hung pver the water from a barge. The attractively decorated. Mr, Wayne give a complete description of the work

B. Powell, secretary of the Board of dren, the girls dressed in the daintiestof be off his line ot railroad brought forth efforts of the boys to reach a ham hung Ward, a member of the committee who that has been. done and, is to be done.'

-Trade of Tampa ; Mr. S. J. Triplett white frocks, and many ot them car- prolonged applause. at'the end of a pole were ludicrous and had been very active (In arranging all
rying flags. The expression was heardon another selection the the details, followed in a car that was =
"Father of the Kissimmee Board of Following by generally: ended in an 'awkward splash GO AND Sf IT '
Trade ;" Mr.. H. H. Richardson, secretary l every side that the future of Kissimmee band Mr. Stanford stated that a little in'the water. The ham was captured most pleasing: in its adornment of bunt I

of the Board o Trade of Jackson is safe and sure in the hands time remained before the water races after a few halfhearted efforts on the ing, plumes and tiny silk flags. P

.ville { Mr.:Harry Hjpiter, of the Hunter .of this great company of bright faced, would begin, and called upon Mr. J, D. part of several of the'boys, by Ernest The auto which attracted the most Most Interesting I Exhibit of. Spawn

t. Land Company/one of Kissimmee's happy voiced children To Prof. R. M. Kuykendall, secretary of the local Board Oliver who made a run and grabbedthe attention was that driven by Miss ." Cannery Products: '<\. .' ', ,1

It' newest and llvest residents; and Mr. J. Evans is due the. thank. of the committee of Trade who had not expected to prize. he was falling. A bacon Leona Roberson, which was elabOrate., is week.
limited this
?.D.. Rooney, Assistant Industrial Agent and of all who saw the parade speak, but who made a brief impromptu which was next'hung on the pole was ly but most tastefully and charmingly Our space so' devote* the
of the Seaboard Air Line. for his work in marshalling in so orderly address. He stated that he! had spent not so easilygotten, but was finally decorated in light yellow, touched with that We cannot' space

Mr. Powell's splendid stirring address array the company of Kissimmee's moat of his life in California, and had captured by Leroy Bebout. dark green; The effect was beautiful '1..exhiblt which its Importance deserves to the
from Mr.
of food
I hopefuls. 0 lived in five other states in different indeed and elicited much applause : products
II given practically in full in another young James Oliver won the swimming race ,
column. The line of parade was along Church parts of the.union but that he consid- for boys under 18 years and Lacy along the line of the parade,' I Spawn's factory: which Is on display;

Mr. Triplett who is now living near street and Stewart avenue to Broad- ered that part of Florida around'Kis. Johnson took the; prize in the contest Another most attractive car was that the window utilizing of the"in Katz his store.In) Mr.the vs

i N&rCOOIleelpoke briefly, but gave a way, along the east side of Broadwayto simmee richer in possibilities and op- for boys over 12. of the Misses Margaret. and Meda >manufacture'Spawn .is of plant and nutri'tions ..
I. moat entertaining account of the early Dakin avenue and back on the west portunities than any other part of the The tub) and broom race, which Blackwell) of St Cloud. This was decorated .palatable. of "
side of Broadway to the bandstand. Union he had He made in and white and presented foods a, variety vegetablesj"which
history of the Board. He,then declared seen. an ear- proved to be a most laughable event, pink the soil of this section produces '
that f If the organization had always had There the children were gathered about nest plea for the co-operation of every was won by Ernest Oliver. a very pretty picture. ? I'to ; propo.. Within a week ...
the stand and sweetly and in of Kissimmee in the work which The committee badchargeof profusion/We
the full, cooperation of the businessmen sang very, citizen The events were watched by a crowdof following
;. of the city. Kissimmee would now ; a faultless manner, "America. the Board of Trade is striving to do spectators .that almost completelyfilled the arrangements for this successful or two .to give a complete description
lot and of the valuable
I' I,i have 10,000 population and gave: a most'earnest I Music by the band followed after here.. the dock. Another very large l parade: Messrs. S. .B.,Anltman, the Spawn factory it ; -'

L appeal for the membership to : which Hon H. Clay Stanford, presidentof THE WATER CARNIVAL.. crowd'was present in the evening dur- Wayne Ward, J. J. Griffin and George place which willunquestionably.If It I.

f support the work of the Board. the Board of Trade called the crowdto The water sports were particularly ing the band concert and firework dis Sharp., \, have In this' vicinity the'' meantime properly every' -;. -.
order and made brief address I supported.;: :In .
':'The address by Mr. Richardson.was a interesting in showing the possibilities play. The- band played from the deck GAY DECORATIONSKJsiimme .(( .. Kissimmee citizen should 'look"at th..

1 'beard,wltb the most, intense interest touching upon the purpose of the celebration along this line for>, Kissimmee. No of Capt. Johnson's steamer, the Lillie, did herself, proud in the exhibit and should ''visit the plant. .j ;
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1, It was filled to the brim with practiialfcp'glfestions and calling attention to the committee worked any more faithfully which was anchored near the dock: matter' decorations, considering the? Mr..Spawn alwsys.extendi' 1/ +
for tbe'carryln&:Ion of the large number of improvements which The fireworks were shown from a barge .where: d
f than did 'the water carnival committee short 'time' to' prepare. Bt'lloon'ofTuelday
: to'vlsltors.
welcome
) ", work of the'Board. He spoke at some had been made in the city in the last hearty. _

length also of the broad work In 'the, interest year or two. Mr. Stanford also spoke .Broadway.waa'hteraliy a massof. s
business house "
color having : BEAT
every / WE
t of Florida that is being done by of the school parade, and expressed the 'JM t.
used bunting andflags' \
Started for very liberally. ;
Osceola Movement 'is
I rj> 'tbeiackeonvilleBoard ofTrade.., Many pride which all citizen. of county A most commendable "feature also was -' r. '
f Mr. feel in this important civic posses % Win from Sanford! ,,
the
', <> suggestions presented, by the large number of residences which Kissimmee. Boys .

i ".,0,!{:. .Richardson Board, at future will be meetings taken and up by applied'to the sion.Mr.. W. B. Powell, the aggressive State Board of Trade were decorated. 4 Nothing dui more to;I f '. .In. Baseball.. "
,impress vfsitors'on'! ; occasion of this
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secretary of the 'Board of Trade of t tI' Not 'because wanted to be Inboc-
the needs of this city. The addressI ., kind than extensive 'decorationsand I we
I I devoid of flowery rhetoric but was Tampa, was introduced. He was* suf- [pliable, but just because Kissimmee u.
I made extremely Interesting by the great I' 4 movement was started at the Boardof not imperative, that a State Board of .the city !did splendidly in this re&'ud.BASKI1' .' bound and determlned.to go ahead the;

, .." practicality of the ideas suggested unmistakable nuggets of truth that no Trade smoker ,on Tuesday night. Trade should be organized and j !: LUNCH; local :baseball team',took the) game on .
';; .Followfngtlieaddress, Secretary Kuy- offence could be taken. He expressed' which promises to have a very great Whereas the Jacksonville Board of | Under the able (direction of the committee Wednesday from,'the '''Celery growers f .

it .kendall presented a resolution with reference a profound admiration for Kissimmee influence on the future of Florida. A Trade through the visits made by Its John Ml Lee.; H. N. Brattoa and from Sanford. We believe that.this + ,
resolution was presented by Secretary secretary to various 'cities in. Florida, J. L.,Beaman; the basket lunch;; which
r to the formation of a statewideOrganisation as he had seen it, and gave utterance proves, beyond! a rtaaonable doubt baC
! JIi4 This resolution, which I. to the belief that it would not long be Kuykendall. and unanimously adopted, has been. endeavoring not only to build was served unner the trees at Miller's Kissimmee celery Is 'superior?:to,th*'. ,
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t. published Inf-another column, was unanimously located on only} ,one; line. of railway. looking to the organization of a State up -the communities, but to unify the Addition.was a complete success. The Sanf.rd prOduct;: Anyhow we won,, the
t. and enthusiastically adopted After speaking of the'Natlonal Drainage Board of Trade-'and calling upon Jack work of the commercial bodies for work of preparation had been thoroughly game, and it was a mighty' good on*,, ,,

t after brief, discussion Congress which Is to meet next sonville'at the gateway of the'state, state development i' done long tables having been spread too.-,with a lot of the sort of,plays tbat.'I\; f ?t..
t :Mr. Harry' Hunter's address, while month and the National Board of Trade to take tae mat.ter in charge. The"1mportance .., Therefore, Be It Resolved, that we, under the trees, a speaker's stand erected make the j'spectators sit up and take; 'I

4' brief, was filled with a spirit,of ptlmf ,proposed by President Taft, Mr. Rooney of such an organization is un the Kissimmee Board of Trade, request and every, provlalon made for the notice.The; final score warn 6+-4.; ,Kis-\< >,t.
lam. He declared that a town, as wells entered upon discussion of the subject questioned, and .Secretary Richardson the Jacksonville Board of Trad, to comfort of the thousand or 'more people simmer has .every reason to be.proud : i '

s an individual could not succeed unless of publicity! He gave a great many of the (Jacksonville Board of Trade, study a plan for the organization of a' who attended. .A. great, many panties ; of the showing made,bt: ,the boys; .and' N
stated before he left for his home that State Board of Trane,. and In its con-: luncheon : '
brought'their and
I i it war permeated with this spirit. very valuable suggestions along this line gatb- we believe tbal\| the'team ,deserves and
; : He said that Florida is a beautiful state, and especially urged the Board to issuea he was certain his organization would sideration to correspond and consult'Bred in&'fOUpliabout the grounds'picnicfashion. will receive the hearty"support of the,

,: 'with fine climate( and rich soir,'and that booklet filled with well authenticated accept the suggestion of the Kissimmee with the Tampa Board of Trade the. Otben'depended entirely on peopled; \The,lineup on Wednesday was s

,.people like to be here. We can get facts regarding this section Board, and would take the proposition Pensacola Association of Commerce and the provision made by U.'e.mmlttee. as follows: .. .
at once. The proposition is, he said, other commercial organizations of the which had on band beans done In the ,
them here if we will. It was 12:30.: wben the meeting ad- up ; Sanford-R., Chlttenderi :So. Crosby;?
.. Mr. Hunter has already shown his joprned, but so Interested and enthusiastic directly in line with the work which he state 01. this subject; and when such//most approved fashion, bread pickles, Einstein Ib>>, Wallace rf. J. Chitten r"
faith In this section in large way, and were the' members that many of is striving to do in his'visits to't.h. commercial plan is formulated to call a conventionof coffee ''and sandwiches. ''Nobody went den .., Allen',' Witberington cf. H,v

his active, association with the Board of them remained for nearly half an hourlonger bodies of the state' delegates from the various commercial hungry, and jwtging'from; the laughter Einstein 2b, Hunter p.' F
is believe that bodies to meet in a city to be selected -' Kissimmee--MaeDonough: Sb, KnlpIb. '
'There to .
reason
e"erybodyw" happy
Trade is most encouraging. talking over the work of the every' E. Buxza p," Doyle ... Duke ef u.Bnzxa .
Board was .this city has atarted a movement that .1>1. ,the.Jacks nvllle'.. anun.dlatelyaft.r lunch th*polItical' rIP i'
The closing address was made by Mr of Trade. It the unanimous .Bo.rd..ofT i e, : fr-Bass: -Weaver
Rooney, who discussed in, an Incisive belief that the meeting presages an era will mean much to thejtate of Florida. Trade. speaking which bad started in the mornIng Beam ,pitched a splendid game, allowing
variety of subjects. Mr. Rooney of greater usefulness for the Board Following is the resolution adopted; Be it further resolved that the Kis was .resumed, and 'asth.,, people but four scattered hits. Hunter..r'r,, .
way
simmee Board of Trade tenders a cordial for Sanford also put the puzzlers o
spoke very plainly in many of his statements ajtd of unprecedented growth and prosperity Whereas, conditions: in the State of invitation for such convention to beheld seemed to desire to hear the candidates in- good shape. In fact it was a good

but th'7.all. had; in them such fpr the city of Klaalmmee.t Florida seem "make it .dbnportant, if in Kissimmee. I 1 (Continued on page. ..twelve.. ..). clean came from start to- .flnlsV"' rAa!'" }
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>Pitrn a ... 2 t \ THE r KISSIMMEE" VALLEY GAZE17TE Marcll,29,19t2'

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Is Sent Complimentary ) Three Church Dignitaries Visit Local STOP '

Congregation in Three;. Days.' CHOICEPROPOSITIONS .
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who not
; ". : Parties receivingthi, paper, are within three days is a rather unusual

-.,'. ,,.,\ regular subscriber, must .not think that it is treat for a church.- Thai was the experience YOUR
however, of the congregation
!.!; intention of the publishers to ,later dc- ,
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I; the of the local Methodist church between '

1 mand of them the subscription price, as it !is Friday and Sunday .. :

by our Board On Friday night Bishop Hoss, who is FOOLIIH'with ?
them complimentary
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., generalconceded..to! 'be one of the '
;,'. of County Commissioners for the purpose of, greatest men in the Methodist church, 'f. ...,
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acquainting ,them with the many advantages or any other church, preached. He was i the high price credit .. ,

_ut -town nd-county-oft--. accompanied to this city by President ..now, and pajL0Jnyyour.. '"
-- and ppoTluTrilles-this UJII.> h1"ot'3authern-Catt..".., at SuCh-;: bills LEGHORN PROPERTY.-This property consists of '278 acres of'

the homeseeker. The paper will be'mailed a erland, etSvhoae instigation he is visit- own or excellent land, mostlybeing land with perhaps 40 acres of cypress I

9 is given intr the state. Bishop toss was intro for telegraph and
few weeks to any person whose name land, well covered with cypress timber, valuable
, it duced to. a congregation much smaller Hard Times telephone poles and fence posts, Rome commercial saw timber, a
,: .. us, and if they should desire to receive regularly than it should have been, by President I great! deal of cross-tie timber; 'a greater part of this land is excellent .

t '' thereafter we would be glad to put llilburn. and while he was obviously citrus fruit land, there now being I 6> acres devoted to an orange grove.,

list at, the regular unwell he preached a moat scholarly will surely get you. about one-third of which are nice thrifty bearing- trees, balance
I ti ::T them on our subscription sermon upon the theme of "The True business -
d condition, good
: ; .;:r to E:=:E5I younger trees; 6-room house, not in very a >
1' : 1. ': ratei.WHAT. Christian Church. house located on the corner of the fifrm where a mercantile

>. t, After touching upon some of the things FRESH, CLEAN and PURE business was established many years ago; school house on the land,

'k: which must of necessity go to make about 100 yards from the buildings, a church a quarter mile, on a well .
\ the true church, and declaring that all "and we sell it for less" trayeled road leading to the south part of the county, 1 1-4 miles
- .... church organizations are both too broad
.III. from railway station, 2 miles from a town of about 2500 people. This .
h and too narrow to be called the true
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I property can be purchased on moat favorable terms of payment.
H church, he said that organization I
any fine property to cut into small farms and sell to homseekers.
which is honestly and earnestly striving .
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t L to bring men into a knowledge; of Christ WALTERS FARM AND GROVE.-This splendid little tract con-

1 ( ,. IS A HOME ia a true Christian church. The true I 'tains 10 acres located just across the road from the above described

1 WIFE? Christian church, however, he declaredto WEST KISSIMMEE property, convenient to school, church and railway facilities; about.
WITHOUT A be as broad as humanity and as the one-fourth the tract has an excellent .grove, the greater part of

} love, of God, and to include some who I which is splendid budded grapefruit in bearing, several tangerinetrees ;

;} are not in the visible' church, and to GROCERY and a number of orange trees' of excellent variety, several

exclude some who are in the visible I guava bushes and! some peaches; the balance of the tract is in cultivation -
wife without a well furnished home ? I
And what is a church.
fenced and cross fenced; 5 acres more of this tract is a superior
We say it is easy to have both. You get the wife and On Sunday morning: Bishop Morrison Phone 250 Quick; 1 DeliveryJ. ; I II quality of orange land the balance splendid farming and trucking

let us furnish the home-or if you have the wife and your whose residence is at Leesburg II I land; good sheds, stables, grain bin, 2 wells, 3-room house just across

home is not completely furnished, let us finish it. A good preached. His theme was "Earthly the road from this property. Owner authorizes us to sell, which '
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and he the
Immortality, emphasized
freezer means a bargain price to the buyer
tj J444. time to get an ice box or refrigerator, or an ice cream importance of living in such a way that 'j I i I I --

a porch shade, swihgs and rockers. a person shall not only live W. THOMPSON BROWN FARM.40 acres of splendid land a quarter mile from

but that he shall live here, hen.after'I' railway station, 200 yards from school and church; 4-room frame

: ; We invite you to call and see us.KISSIMMEE died, in the hearts of those house with 2 fire places, 2 porches, house surrounded by nice shade

him. Some men, he said, die absolutely and ornamental shrubbery; about 15 acres in cultivation, fenced,

when their earthly life ends others stables, etc. Cheap at $40 per acre, time on half if desired. .
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live on, with increasing influence and FUNERALIDIRECTORand 11-11

FURNITURE CO. power, through all the years. The sermon I WE ALSO HAVE 70 acres of land in the same neighborhood, 100

: was a powerful appeal for an yards from station about 4 miles from Kissimmee. This is all good

selfish, life. LICENSED EMBALMER land about half of which is in the artesian belt and is excellent farm.
un-I
t, J. E. RUSH, Manager. At the evening service Sunday, I ing and trucking land, the other half extra fine for citrus fruits; 15

NEAR NEW DEPOT Cason, presiding elder of the Bartow acres cleared, fenced and cross fenced in a splendid state of cultivation -
+ t OPERA HOUSE.
' ; district, was the preacher. The congregation I I I I in good condition for planting to grove; about /5 acres of bearing -
Opposite Courthouse
was small, owing to the rain, I I grove: ; 4 room house of not much value. This property must be

but those who took the trouble to attend | I sold, somebody is going to buy a bargain. Don't hesitate, but come

FURNITURE HEADQUARTERS the service heard one of the best KISSIMMEE FLORIDA down.
sermons which has been preached in I -HK
A SPLENDID PROPERTY 200 acres with
containing railway
the church. Dr. Cason said that everyman ,
1 v f is certain station on the land, 50 acres in cultivation, 10 acres of fine young
a to a extent his own savior i
and the savior of those who are I grove just beginning to bear; large Broom house with porches, store

I ., with him. lie emphasized the importance -, S.11.BUROCKREAL : building, automobile garage, good barn and 30 tenant houses, railway

of right living:, and declared that I station on the land, every acre splendid soil, most! of which +is a superior \I.

I no man can live aright: who does not I I quality of citrus fruit land. This property will. be sold at al1'

qtr live on a basis of truth, and he appealed I ESTATE I bargain price and on favorable terms of payment It is within two

particularly to the young people to get | ....................... I miles of a good thriving town of over 2,000 people.
To Be Given FreeA .. .
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the right ideal. We have no right/: to | INSURANCEExamination
520 acres of land located about half a mile from railway station '
lower our ideal to the level of our possible ,
I and 2 }.2 miles from the city limits of Kissimmee. All good land,
beautiful piece of China, will be given attainment, but should keep it so
of f Titles a good drainage, convenient to railway and good town. A nice little
far above us that our\ attainment will I
free with cash purchase of $1] .
every : colonization proposition to cut into smaller farms and sell at. a good
be on account of the splendid-
r '' '' This china has just been receivedin greater Specialty. profit. This can be had on favorable terms of payment.
ness of our ideal. The sermon was illuminated -
all the new, pretty designs. wHN
number
by a striking: illustrations FINE LITTLE HOME inside the city limits; 20 acres of land in-
and Correspondence Solicited. '
w expressions. . .. side the city limits, on cross toads, property fronts the city a beau-,
; .. CHILDREN'SReadytowear 1f CONCERNiNG tiful little palace of a home containing 6 room; pretty' front'yard I .
;
r T k .., / :.:.:,' KNOCKERS I with nice lawn and many beautiful flowers; all good land, fenced and I

\ '' fLORISTI cross fenced. A number of pecan trees, considerable citrus trees, ,,'

7' ii.: .. I \' )" Washington Man Says These Folks some peaches; a large barn,.good well with.' irrigation, outfit, 'every-. .
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\ thing in firstclass shape. Owned by a gentleman whose business'
I Should Knock Each Other. Cut Flowers and Floral Designs will not permit of his giving this property attention. Yoii'Wil1b

Special line of Children's finely-made The following letter shows that the for all occasions. this beautiful suburban home, if you will come and see it. ,

Gingham, Madras and Percale dresses writer has made a rather careful studyof Potted Plants .and Roses a wNK
I specialty.
and Galatea rompers. conditions in this state. lie comes We have an opportunity to place a few loans that are absolutely

to the same belief that the Valley Ga- I Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL safe at very encouraging rates of Interest.* .

Ladies' Dresses zette has held and has strongly urged, All ,kinds of Florida investments and excellent homes.
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) namely, that the man who comes to ,"

Florida expecting to become rich with-
k In designs in Ginghams Madras ; ;; ,
pretty out the investment either of a great LAUNCHfIKISSIMMEE"'
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and Percale. deal of money or of intelligent work,

i, will be disappointed, but that the man LEAVES FORKissimmee S
,
: who will come with the purpose of using NELSON REALTY COMPANY ,

his brain and his brawn on the i ,

<:, Mrs. E., L Pearce Florida land can not only make a splen- ParkDaily .
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA :
did income, 'but can live in the finest I .

ti climate In the world while he Is doingit at 8:00: A. M.and 2:00: P. M. ''
R leaves for "",'
Rt : Returning .
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Washington, D.C., March 19, 1912 KISSIMMEE,.9:30 A. M. andf:30 P. M. .1 1 ,(p

Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: "(P., .
W : The article entitled "The Deadly Par, FARE 25c i. ....

'I FOR SALE AT .BARGAIN. allel," in your last Jssue, has been read .i ;
with interest.
great Knockers are to JOHN DAVIS, CAPTAINSnow's :
be found in all countries, and without .. ;
15,000 ACRES .
intending it they often do good by hold -- - -- Fixtures .

ing over-ambitious "boomers". cheek: :

,Finest Land ,In the Kissimnico Valley For Why can't knockers knock each other? .

COLONIZATION They surely would be getting hold of Hobby'FLOUR '7HA 1"5 MY BUSINESS" ,
; "
the right parties then. ,I,

.Tab' tract comprises most of' Township 29, Range 31, and lies along the Having recently returned from a seven Safes and Vaults ::

.1 EAST,SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEEThis weeks' \trip through Florida, I found

bodr'of' afford the many parts where I thought the conditions '
large water water protection against frost that Computing Platform and Balance I.
favorable for fruit growing and Guaranteed to be r
i is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to the successful production of citrus
;; k ,fruits and early Ttf etable*. Every person familiar with Florida knows this. trucking' and I was especially pleased THE BEST Scales. i I,
with the the I.. be- ,,
A. C.
The situation is.Ideal being only two hours by automobile from Kissimmee country along Market, Grocer and Display Refrigerators -
and also directly on the wster route between Kissimmee and the tween KUsimmee and Tampa. But I C. W. GRIFFINNorth
Kisaimmee atRithreever lower Osceola County, where lands are rapidly don't think there is much money in either ; ;f1t
?- -. being sold times what I ask for th is. business unless the man is willingto Kissimmee. Phone 8. ',
Bank Office and Store Fixtures. ,,
Call on or write to work at it himself, give it attention '

C. W.'WARD.JWNERGra7ltoDe1 anU devote himself to learning all about '
Sectional Book Cases
Filing Devices.
.
I otel, iasinunee, Florida the special branch in which he is inter- ,
for.
Boarding House Sale.
F r.e .
ested.A
School, Lodge, Church and Theater
t. .. man, as-far as my observation extended Boarding house of nine rooms Including -

1 -,4',:, ....iiM'4i'aii' +....'Fi'a+.a'a! ...1...*i'ai.a.. +ai#.a+ai aii.K../****...*# who has $1,500 to $2,000, is industrious bath-room. Hot and cold water, Seats. ;.J.Jj
bath, toilet and link; electric )JlghU. '
: :: GO'OD intelligent and anxious to House furnished complete and filled j WE BOTH LOSE MONEY IF WE DON'T SELL YOU, 1
JfoA i ij il
: tt: FOR PICTURES QO, TO learn, can do as well in Florida as any- with boarders at this time.' Large lot .
where else in the United States. He 130x150. Can be purchased on very

t''j:: : THE GEM STUDIO; i must use judgment in buying his land. reasonable terms. For particulars call W. G. HANKINS r.:'
j Lots of it can be bought at a reasonable on or write us. H. M. BREAKER &
: > HALL PAYNTRR. PltorlIITOTee price, but much of it is held by speculators Co. 47-tf Box 716'' Phone i
: 187
I t" :1"- i at exorbitant figures, and this .
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'- 1 fact is doing: much! "tar retard the-development Wanted An experienced '7
t' ot the country. lmo

r.4/f: 'i7 Dealers Aosco Camera and An officer in the U. S. engineeringcorps dairyman; must : r\
.I. t : fa Films also'Cyko Papa. i[ told me that Tampa would be- V '
,m' ; ;: Work"done for amateurs. promptly. Florida view of all come one of the leading seaports on the be a good milker. Ap- '"

Prices reasonable. All.work guaranteed "+* Gulf within the next few years He ]If[ It's News It'sin the /
: T; !! /kinds.; 'j : i believes in the future of Florida.. ply to The; Kissimmee Valley Gazette i'M':1.

Yours, truly,
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-For Tax'.A se8 oi. ; .

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t have decided to plane mr name .'I....' the'Voter
*of OxwoU County for the office of Tat
I A_, If I ahoolcl be ronr nboloe. In the prl-
mary JtheUeudea-orto All theoflloe. faithfully.
*nd to tbe .beat of my .1011I1,. Your support
will be appreciated ReapeotrnllI.[.BARBER: VOTE FOR.D'ON.EGAN'

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For County Tre .surer.
'",l.'a' w ri '
V 'BeUerln that t have ralfled the trod of the
Mople of Oeoeola ooanly and hare tli/aotor l l'P '
i IIT .performed the <)uUea ol the offloe., I bow .
your aupport lor reflection.B. .
I c. MIU.SB
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For-Sheriffs

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hereby announne myself a endldaW for '' ,
IheolHceof 'sheriff of Oaooola county..at the FOR. ,
:
coming primary. If elected I again I prokt/ee; to .
i Oo my duty '".rlea.l, and, impartially, Your "
aupoort I* solicited O. r. "alt\AT'&'.
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State Senator
For .
Sheriff. s .
lhreby announce myself eandldaCe for '
the vfnoi fob of OMeala.County eabjeptIn .
the of the Domorrauo primary.; If
elected I pledge faithful. dumnarae of the da
tleeot &h..!lIDo.. V 4. lJIoa.

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For County CommissionerAt V.r :

nollalMtloa of mr frlen<1. t linrebynnnuune
that I erne oamllilnte, for county( oom'l
ml..lllua from the 4th rilmrlct. of <'. .
ooutny. If ohnaen to fill Iheomce. I promise:
.o either four or favor from any *mirt><*._ I
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s l"IH.\Iull.1. K. JII. .. ILLIS. .

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;, For County Commissioner. 1__ ,,

I hereby an-iouno myself a "..no1"Ia'. for I
C>a
t tJ of O.mmla I county. I wish I ta thank ho '!
I tI tI 1* for their ktudiii lu the pant and HollJlt ,,', .
I pent. niioiwl la the future If elected rule tga ,,
my faithful service and personal attention toyliadutlusof
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; For Treasurer'I
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I hereby announce myself a candidate: for the. .
of County Treasnrer.and will appreciate I
the support of the democratic voter at the
approaching primary; d. L. LUPFER.
I CARY D. LANDIS i


for State Tax Collector \ tf\\
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1 [ candidate Attorney '
Dnrlnu my term of office aa Tax Collector I .
Seventh'; Judicial Circuit have given the work my personal attention" and .
serve*! the people of Oneola county to the bout ti 4-- l
Ttf abllltr./ I will be a candidate for re 4a,
?fro: and if my work I In the :offlae baa met
f wlthyourapprovallwl'1 very much appreciate
Very reaoeoifitlly, t
your support
V CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR f. l. BANDY /
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For Member Board of Public In- .1
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Istructlon. I Ii
At the request of my friends I take thismiithwl V V
of aunuunclng mysolf a candidate for i
the offlon of member of the Hchool Board for. i + 1 1V
lilstrlct No A, Oeceoia county sod rspec' 1J
ly auk the support of the ahem of my district
sv the coinluv prima y elwtlon.
JOHN II BAI9DKN. V
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1F For Member Board of Public In-

struction. H V

I hereby announce myself a candidate for : V
.1.Utlu) .. a member of the School Board
.. $ e E fs ,j from thla the First district subject to the ac.
"r.v ( av lion of the Democratic prl\\: 'lfER ". BA89. He'is, one of the common people and knows their legislative needs. '

> He'.u: a large tax payer and will,work for tax reform. V

1 1X For County Commissioner I Osceola County is entitled to name the senator this time and. DONEGAN is Osceola .
..x,+ 1 hereby.on..nrem.f.. eandidmfe for reelection candidate. +
to the otlkre of County CommlMloner I.
from Ll.lri) No. b.and re-pecifally aollelt tbo sot
.upport of tbe voter In that dig'riot M
J +4f .W.8: PEARCE:
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For County Judge.To r1.

f the Democratic Voter of Oeoeola Counlv
Florida: t
CHURCH
J I hereby announce that I am a candidate for DIRECTORY
Lr re-election aa County Judge of O cools County r
) ubect) to the action of the Democratic PrimaryI t
ainocrely thank yon for your .'e'ipport.ln -
past and win. very much appreciate,,", your support -
...ID: QKO.;; F. PARKER::: .! BAPTIST.A. .

en' i 1. J. Holt P. D., pastor. ..4t 1

jf' For Senator, 19th District.To Sunday-

\ the Democratic voters of Otoeola count: Bible School
9.46'
I hereby announce 'lro-e candidate for a. m.
re-election, aa Senator IVtb.Dletrict, Preaching 11 a. m.;and 7.16|lp. m.
to the action of the Democratic primary.I .
tlt.nk roa sincerely for your support lu the B.'Y. B. U. 6:45 p. m. ,I':
pant, and If, my laglnlatlve" record. ''
I ....(lenlr.II' solicit your support. Communion Sunday.] :).

I. -LOUr. O. Mede I Ii' HY. Monday(after 3rd Sunday)4

Woman' MI...* Union-Devo. 3 p. m. f

I.1V Iiii For Marshal. 1 a14V Wednesday-(after lit Sunday).

"( hereby,. announce myself ao.ndidat.forthe I Worn. Mist Union":-Social, 3 to 5pm
nflloe of Marshal and Collector for the City of
I Klaslmmre. I believe thai I can fill thepa. I Thursday-
tion to the satisfaction of all. end would re*
"JM'Clfullp solicit the support of the voter at Prayer meeting 7:00: p. m.
the pptce.chlng election. Visitor always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN. la
WA..I C W. Kite 112
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For City Marshal.IamaandMatefortbe \i.

.- COL. CROMWELL GIBBONS office of'city saw V'V ,S. S. Snyderapattor. ., S
hat and Tax Collector. It elected I pledge saithful Sunday School 9.45 a.' m.-A. S.
discharge of the duties of the offlae,
t :fl'. w. Ptwr.Aa. Nelson. superintendent H., D GEIGER
Church S.rvic.11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. ,

r For Mayor. I; Christian Endeavor 6.15 IH m. Candidate for' .

i Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.00
r I' hereby announce aa a candidate: for the .
lY ono( of Mayor of Klenlmmee and elicit .b. p. nV: PrJHcutin'gjtom! J"
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support tb."otere of the ellIf electedwill /
endeavor to do all In my power.. give the Visitors ,most cordially;Invited, Wall :ofOtceola :
,. city a good business sdmlnUtratloa daring the W. A. IVIcRAECOMMISSIONER ervlces-' .County. -,
; ,. coming year, N. C. BKTANFor -
,

t Court my pro -Marshal OFAGRICULTUIRE H. T. Grins)IET, paator.: 'tT. ENDORSED AT HOME'"
1u their
i hereby announce my candidacy for the ,
', : enp- office of lI.rahalaad Tax OoUeoto,of the city Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.-J.. L. i } F
\.t : : : my of Klnlmme. and solicit the aupport.of the (. '_ .
Oyerstreet. ;superintendent
la the voter at the approaching '
i :& ARNOLD' DA88., Preaching' service 11 a. m., and 7:80 I S.c6.;:.Proof.. .,>- ._ Tins, Stomld' ConrUce, .. ,
I A candidate to succeed himself p. n; t CitueerTb.'pubfl

''tr I For Marshal _. Junlor'Le.J'Ue 2 pm. I. Any Yti.cirma. "
I take this method of annoonoing myself .. Senior League Wed. 7:80 (endon'mitnt'ot'a; 'local I'r
m.
candidate.boolfte. of Marshal and p. '
a Taxrv
", Ine t alleelorforth.elt)ofKleslmm.e.Ifelected A native FloridianA Gen. prayer service Tours. 7:30 p. m. citizen is the best 'proof that :'can.' beproduced. ;
: and 1 I will devote my entire time to the office, andWIU
: .' None strongercan
better
/n endeanor to do my ,full: duty on all J Holy communion ever 1st Sunday. I none
$. .*.. ,_10.... P. O. WHYS You are cordially Invited to each of be bad. ..When.a man come* 'forward .., r'

G business man who> will give a these services.. > and 'testifies: to bte fellow. ltliens. t :V'

Look! administrationHe .- addresses hi* friends .&nd' neighbors. S
business
i Another candidate for Marshal and TaxCollector you may be,sure he,Is thoroughly.con" *
I will appreciate your help. CHRISTIAN.A. .
for O. K. YOTJKO. vlnced or fie would not do'so.. ,Telling'one's

'. __ M. Chlsholm pastor' experience'; when it is for the public

t ,ape' For Marshal will APPRECIATE' 'your Preaching at 11 a. m.' and 7XX)' p. m. good '>is .an"act of kindness that t

I 3. t hereby. announce myself a. a setndldak"fopthe 'Bible School 9.46 a. tn.-C. E. Yowell shoold be' appreciated.,.The following ,1'
,.. .\ ....... support in the coming superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant I
.. :, oaceof .b.l.nd Collector for the oily statement. given,by a resident of Kl!.. V
of Klaelmmo,and respectfully ask the supportof superintendent
10(' J"" : the voter at the coming election promising 'primary slmmee:.adds one more'to, the'many
; falthtulwrvlce If elected. Oo. k. 'iaisaa. Christian Endeavor every Sunday
'f't: ease of :Home Endorsement Which' are'
the evening at 6:00 p. m. .
_
t y. ANNOUNCEMENTS tub. ._.u ,. _..q ' 'and being pubu.hed'about Doan's Kidney": "" "
t the NOTICE Prayer meeting choir practice every Pus S :*
... ; 'Read:
1 .fi : con-to I hereby announce myself"a candidate. for Member of School.BoardAt Thursday 7.15 p.m.ErsCorAL. Kissim- '
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'f'te J j the rifaoe of Marshal and Tax Collector end I J. E. Bug, Mabbetto street; -
elk lbs support of the good people of data the Solkitelloo'of mIrleDd.. and voter* mee. Fla, wyit "1 have taken Doan'sKidney t- r
,
' town. -I am a poor man and I need It and I am r[ am candidate for member of Hobool hoardin ,.
sots ambler, nor a whiskey drinker. I am the first dtalrkH.elated' I p'oralae 10 do Pill. off'and on during the pate
for what l< right and If elected.I will' endeavoro Pctiool books. Uev. David D. Kldd. rector. '
j:: th Ilia my powertorrlnatatlrre five and I consider them
or six ,
do 18'dU'" Bes'pt.. W.B. HKNDBBSON. In this 00".'''. KHAN E. C'LUKB Services every second and fourth Sun years
'' ;'Si -, worthy of endorsement, I had kidney"troubl4t
day at 11.-00: a. m.
for some time and 1 suffered
; .. For State Attorney Communion 2nd Sunday at
morning
Member of Board
"" School Intensely from a lame and aching back.Doan's .
To the Democratic Voter of the 7th Judicial services.
the Jlrouil of Florida Kidney Pill have been very
hereby annotinoeinraelf a rendlflale for re
:: : .,and the I hereby announce that{am a candidate. for ,eleotlontotbeoeceofinemberof the school Guild me.tin&ore" lint.Tuesday. beneficial In relieving ,my complaint
reappointment. Stale Attorney for the Board for lb"...and district opreoia county
,
". Seventh. Judicial Circuit of Florida' subject to I pledge In the ('alar th..m.fattb'tol' alien- I keep supply in the house all the

$ ( the ABrlll eollonof 17, Yon the have Democratic honored ..primaries. with )thl in* Ion to the' Intemt' of the schools. of!M the OO.county.,..__ Florida Maps.UpBrreeerpt"o __.._ time" .--- --------c' .- ,..-,- ;;rr. w
office and I have tradravorod to deaerv. thatOWN r- 2/S-ee'/ b'.t the
TOaP'eonlld..I. . Valley
Campbell,
dealer
For sale by all ; Price 60
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the beet
: ; m*by doing" duty" Gazette office pocket map of Florida
Of" my ability. will be mailed to address in the cents. Foeter-Milburn' Co.; Buffalo; b
any
_. *Inr Jf reeppfilnted< ,I pledge yon to do all In my
tT to power lo uphold law and order In our Circuit.. For Prosecuting Attorney United States. We can also furnish New York.. soe agents. tot the United 1 1V
r1. :t' : ll.of with prrjuiliee to acne a"d with fairness, to allTbankloK mape of Oseeola county at II each and States., ." 'II'
I. .. ? ... ., you for pat Mndnesa 1 respeetfnllr I bcTfb artm-wno" myselfconrtldni: for will be trIad! toe.timateoa Remember the nameDean's=subs
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y. of ask. your.aopport apua..Jonrb. .low.a, she omen of fnooevtlng Attorney of O-arota 1w
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Po,4 ... THE .XiSSIMMEE 'VyllLLEY ''GAZETrE '\C :March .29-1911

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II. M. Pfann and George, Slngeltary.Complain r WISH to ..*1 t the"people/'
Call for Democratic
NEWS I LEGAL ants va Peter Paul. P.f.act.nt.nUt Judicial . Primary S PROFESSIONAL m
I ALGER I Circuit Oaoeola County-In pnanorry.It ,'I, who are otemplatni

'. ADVERTISEMENTSNotice appearing by affidavit appended to the bill Elections CS CARDS buying drain tt.,tat ,
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.. nled In the 'above-olate.1 causa that Peter Paul have added a ..'

\ i; !; ,' Corn planting seems to be the order o( Application for Letters the tha defendant state of Florida therein and named..la resident Is a nonresident of Berlin, of In RIVERS. M.. D. Incas for making drain'' tile, that

}: I' 1, ,; : ':" of the day at present. 'The 'season sp Patent and Incorporation ty-one the state of "orris; It I.. therefore and I. over ordered the ava that of twen aid The) [) years outside for a
t ', t : ': tar baa been the best for years, and nonresident defendant be and ha I. hereby required County la the elate of Florid herby PHYSICIAN and BURGEON you can buy S R
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; Nollca la hereby rlvon that the undaralrnwl to appear lo th. bill af complaint filed In calls and provides lor the bokllna' of a l...imo deal less money.
: .'/ Ii',;'j" 'w* ar..|dbking forward to seeing bump Will apply to the gmvarnor of the atata of Flnrkla said causa. on or before Monday th. Hh day of t-ratlo primary Election tEio to be bell! In compliance O ceola) Pharmacy Call and see my tile and get my
A. I'. 1H1Z. for letture otherwise the allegations. of bill with the laws of Mt..t Florida asi4.piiuary Office over
24th of May IWI2. said
day
the April
'. on ? It
er crop to be so held luasid. county Osceola prices before buying: pay
: t. patent InoorporaUnar KlBnlminaa. NareooaaBa and will ...tak.n.. confessed b.1d defendant. Residence 63 wi
Kaat; Coast Railway i'ompany. ondBrUhe follows M Is further I ordered that this order ba published ju the aisle ol ".orlda.t the legal polling place HONES4ohtJooi4 ., you. I will make 3, 4 in. '
; j. Jv3"SW !iI'> \ ,J. 3. St rat ton's orange crew hu.JIlt Inn prupuBMl charter and arllclea of Incorporation once a wank for four consecutive: week. In In each election district mid. county during :.
haa boen Bled In the office Ktasimmoe Valley the hoursflx\ b. law lor the holding; of elsa a .
I. 1' ; : : finished putting up Mrs. F. J. Willis'1orange a copy of which the Gaaette a newspaper pub- B. DICKERSOtf .
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of th. secretary of alato of the "awU, of )'I lurtda. llHhed I In said' county and state. lions on Tuesdey. the With d.. of AI.rll..A.. D.
,'J') crop C, W. "ar'*. This March Win. IKIt Itfli: for the nomination of all Democratic candldsies Broadway and Midland R.
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t e i C. A. Caraon, (Seal) R O JOHNSTON. for oiliee n.tlolI..l. tale and county,, .W'.L. WINN n
1 visited .lohnM'i... Clerk Circuit Court.By to. ba Toted l for by the Democratic elector* at \
J :-1\; and Mrs. Howard
Mr.
(, \ Roy E. '. 1ralpy.W. Elisabeth Johnson the geiicrn! election to be held November Sib, *' I
,'. /, '? Mrs Padgett Sunday. B. MaklniKin C mpan.., "' ,Deputy Clerk! 1UI2 suit to be appointed by the DemocraticKowruor PHYSICIA.
1 : H. C Stanford Q.F. Kribba 80Ilelto.tor Complainants lIlt of tbe slate for the eu.ulng two .

W. . -____ ...... .. ._. r"!. 1
I : of A. McLooUArthur RBHIDKNCC PHONE KISSIMMBE.
ij ; ;: Messrs. J, J. and Dennis Padgett ''
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r K. Donagan, Notice. of .Executor. .BItOnKD ,FRIMABT, Orrice FP0NS J'.toIOA. : ... .
i, ,; ;" :" Olney, were, In Alger one day last' H Fleming.Hnter Provided 7. ,
.' ',"", Land Company In Court<< of tba County J udgn.. State of Florida, iliata wvond pilmarv. when nec' TILLER
M.
c\;* week. U. txio'd caNary under the provisions( of said laws shall 14
WllU.m 1-xnn. in re Kstal of Tenula A. Wjux. Oice j
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Harry V', Thurman.M. itty. ba held on Turaduy' the' JMh day of Mat', I l9l2,: : p G. THOMASONS .

I : ,::. ::, Miss Hettie McLoughlin, of O1neyln K.'.. . 1tt'*; ul I. hereby plvcn, to all whom it mayniio4m. laichoose between the. highest candidateswhere .
Mot ulluuvh ft McCrory .* that nu tip Jot day of March, A. ]>. nominations h.lt nut bavabinn made I ;I Real estate Agency.
:; ; visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E. Young. luli. I shall ni'ply l to tho Honorable ueo. F. Parker by a majority vote. In the first primary. election I
f Articles of Incorporation and Propoaod T hartooof ,Judge of aniu Court aa Judge of ,Irobta and at the second primary. election only such PHYSICIAN and SUKGEpN .
i ,t'f: t': I' Mr. Henry S. Ferttc, pf Whittier, the Kla.lmmea. .NarcoxMWce and East Mat for a Unit discharge as Administrator of the electors as. were ausllfled 10 Tote at toe first l eeasassaaeaasoaaaasaoaamass
Hallway' Company: palate of Txiiiple A. Minx deceased; and that at 1'i-imary election shall be permitted to ow.
,,; 'J was,In town a few tlayj ago. Tho underaliroed hereby ..aaaociata lfa ma 1vertottcthor the annie. lime I will i-reaenl my. final aornuntaas aald 1 .he Deuiacratla Kxefutlve Committee. calling' Office Phones 74 and 123TU. i. Relly'boua-ht and sold
I ,.. for the purpose becoming inorpnrat..I adnili.t .tr.tor of aald estate, and ask tot primary election lu compliance with said. 3. Re.iderc' .
,. J. of Olney is In and under the laws hereby declares the terms and conditions l rentd.
I ; Mr. John Padgett, , under tho laws ol lorida. their aprova2.Paled" .
of.iich .
,1 following propoavd rhartar: August 1st. A. D 1811. legal elm-tors.offering lo beaume canclWaleli B. D. WIENENGA j J Taxes '
I ,. ; Alger dear hunting. C. A. MINX. < or to vole at such election are to be Tites'vr.
;. "' Article L nfl-lruo.
.r, ., ) ," ,\ Chas. II. pdgett i is home from Baa- Tha name of this corporation shall be Klaaina.mee. _. Humocratlo party and. therefore entitled toparticipate VETERINARIAN :! Fire Life and Accident In. I
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", ot Narcooaiwe and Kant Coast Kail..,, Company : sod be candiUstes for, and role at STOCK TREATED FOR 1 j ,
several such uleoUons.QtJAIJFICATIONS. S
after an absence Notice ot Executor for Final
senger, its principal I ir j.I.! : of bualneaaahall ALL DISEASES surance. y
''I, :-\ weeks. bit in the city of : Oaceola coun Discharge.In or ELECTORS.Thoie S 2 Indemnity Bonds.
jij '
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ty. in the state of Florida and branch ofll" l"o .257 1-
may ba eatabllahed elacwhore a. may ba dcalic-* Court of the Count ol Florida, and only )hoas, persona shah be pernilttud D Phontl OHLANDO.FEA.JR. .
1 .1 ij Air. John L. Pherigo of Kissimmee, nated by the board of dlrectora., In re estate of r..f..rurft':;::. dvcMUre to Vote *t. or I..I..lro.te.. In the management ... I '. -5n'w--. -

,: '; was in Alger the past week. <1, Osceola oouuty.Notice of saiijrlmary. b are white .:
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Article II. : .
la hereby given 40 All whom it lust Democratic elector*, who declare their-adherence N. L. BRYAN --
The general nature of the bu.I..... to be transacted concern. that ou the Ifltu dsy of May A. D19U. In the prluclpl andorKnl l .*tionof the . ,
While Land
JL ,\ at he Hunter Company by aalil corporation ehalt be the conatruc- I shall apply to the Honorable Oeo. F. IXimocrailo ttrIw; uatlunal, Ht-te and County
.j sawmill R. E. Willis accidentally got lion maintenance and operation of a railroad for Parker, Judge of said Court, a. Judge of Probate who ere by or the state lawful elco- DENTIST .
% I the transportation of paaarnavra and freight for a filial discharge' aa executor of the tons In the district In which Ih",. offer to vote..
t Jw his hand $In contact with a small cutoftsaw from N.__ In Bald "countX-nf.. ........ eatitteuLIsrtiua A. Turliiigton.deceasod} and who have paid their poll taxes legally duo Building JTne Home
:"' three I hrouich said Uiicvola county to a point to be dea- that at Ihe same time 1 win. present my tina, within the lima required by Ihelawoflbaelate Squires
t .. f.\. almost severing fingers. lanated by the board of directors nn the kiaalmmr scr-oiiute as executor of said estate and ask for regulating primary electIons and woKhali New York Avenue

; Valley extension of the Florida, Eat: Coast their approval.' when ehallengod by any elector, make ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
.) D..L. McLaughlin made a trip to Ft. Rallroa'l. elthor in aald Oacaola .....unl". or In the Dated November loth. A. D. 1911. In. riling his oath before an inspector that ha
neighboring county of Urangrv. a distance of R. O MaJ Pierce last week. about fifteen mllea. I-1mofinio< Executor." Dumorratlc primaries for the national state J. W. SIMPSON I ,
and ofllcers. -- JK.
S Article III. --- -- ----- -- -- --- County __ _
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore BoaUvright of desires to thank the citizens -
of shall be LIST or .......
The capital atock aald corporation Call for Democratic Congressional OFFICES TO ag .D BY DEMOCKATICriUMAKY DENTIST.S
: : this place are spending a few days in One Hundred Thousand Dollars tli'O.OHO' ). con- ELECTION.Each and visitors for their
relatives. elating of One Thouaand .Nharea ol the par value Primary.To I patience during the rush for'
Whittier with elector In
aId
ol One Hundred Dollars ('IOO Oil') .. .. county! qualified ta vote Upstairs in Kan Building.OirinrK .
v the r> .mOC'r.lI."nl.. of the Second Con lu wild primary' elnctlon shall have the Bread. In future we ''
C. R. Richarts is clearing land Any part or all of said capital stock may ba resalonal! IHNtrutof! Florida to vAn In said primaries. for: right t '" a,, m. to 12 m. have of wi'
; Mr.
payable either In .....h or In' property labor oraervicea. I he Campaign: commIttee ot the DemocraticComnillteu Otia candidate lor of HOUR': } a larger variety go.
I'reitdent the United i30to6:30p.; .
\ .: on his homestead with the intention of I at a juat valuation to be Axed by the in- of the !Hi-oi.nil Congressional' Uls. 8\11'e.\ i on hand.
corporatora. *>r by, the board of dlrectora a Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. Ivr.,
(riot of the Btato of Florida hereby give no. One candidate for I
._.._ .. putting out a large orange and grape- I ,rnoetlna called. for'such purpose and the judsr"cnent ti,... ... follows.First. : from the mate at large.representative to congress Hot Roll Cream Biscuit

frul t--prove.; ,, value of of said auch tncurporaUirs property labor or or directora service.shall to "the b iccnrlualve of Democratic' A primary andtdat election for forthe Gongreaa. nominAtion*..m congreMloiial Uno candidate. dlttrlnt for Congress from the Second 1))R. W. W. CARSON I and Brad ( white and brown)

upon the atockholdera and all parties aid dl-trlrt to the "Mlxly-ihlrd ( onicrera of the. One candidate for national cot mltteeman.Floild . for Breakfast
; The new Florida East Coast railway dealintf with aald corporation. toiled btates "ill b.- held on the :tub da) of hue. ,'.ndld.toe for governor of the atateof DENTIST
A of April A K "!".>. ... Cream Puffs, Monday and
is slow but Article IV. .
C coming sure. corps .,*.*..."01. SbonM' there be a failure In the One candidate for justice of the .". -
: engineers passed hero a few days ago This corporation shall exint in ,perpetuity un- election for the liuuilnntiou of n l inocrMl Ic coil ri. supreme Office over Cole's: Jewelry Store JI Thursday and oftenerif
.... dissolved according to law.
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aooner for from tlliktrlct
raudidato Congress: the .njd| One candidate for of called for.
secretary rtate.IH
4 staking out right-of-way leveling up Article V. to the elxtv-lhlrtl! C' n"..-.. of the United <> > '....Idale for at toruny general, Office Hours: 815 1-5 I
NUNC. Htates, a second primary will "bo held ou the One candidate for Office phone Also a variety of Cake.onhandatall .
; etc. QUID The business of the said corporation shall be. SMh nay, of Mac, A. 1.,. I'llgFhlnl. I One candidate t : for comptroller.mate treaaurer. Residence" 16 I
conducted .by a president. on. or more viceprenidenta An tlertinii of a new DerrHMr.tlcCongressional tile candidate for state superintendent of 21
a secretary and treasurer and a board of Committee far saKl district will''Public iiiKt ruction.
,
: Come to Kissimmee. directors of not 1 lees than five nor more than nine be held on the ;/Jlllli day of April A. D. 1D1- lobe One candidate for commlnflloner aerlcul' i DERBYSHIRE, M. D..
; 4 members. the number of directors to be fixed by rc mi>o'e'l of ore. member Ironi men county lure. E.| time.ALFRED
the atockholdera.The In salt' utitk't j ti) be chosen bj the oniocriitlo One candidate for railroad ooinmimluner. SMITH
; '"Backward, turn backward. oh, time following named persona shall be the officers oletHof each t'o.int* r<' pollt:: .v\\\ One tandldale for adjutant iteneral.
to conduct the business of the corporationuntil I Fourth '1 lie rules govwrnlnif th11. stnte prl.' Olio candidate for HtalochemiMtme Special attention given to the
inyourflight, and give me July again the officer who shall. be elected at the first I lII.ry10.. .... aif prt'niultrttfd l b) ihe Democratic ( andidatn for assistant. Unitauilltor.. treatment of Women and ,
: k just for tonight; soften the ground where election of offlcera of the corporation shall become I,I hlatc' ( ommittce. shnll control in I the one eaiididai.e for mate senator from the Children. ,
C. W. Ward prealilent. J. II. .
qualified
: primary ulectioti 01. ""101m'" for Congress Nineteenth' Beuatorlal dmtrict.\ I
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: the frost king has lam, oh, let me hear McCullouirh, first vice.presidentJohn: III. I1**. I I wh're'appllualtlv find not il.con.li>U ut wltli.peclflc tine candidate. for member oC the house 0' II I

.. I # one mosquito again. I am so weary of second] Stanford vice-president.secretary,M.and Kat the*.following treanurer directors II3ay .. 'I I Fifth. requirement Auyuhtte DtMnoirat of this couiiiltt po.ocosltig i. ( lb.tiuu.IaarV r..pre.entall.One candidate for county judge. Office OV(Citizens Bank. PHONE 18

j% snow drift and ice of paying : C. W. Ward. J. H. Met'ullmnrh. John MUee 1. l legal, quulilrati.uie;( : for reprcnenlattvu :: One candidate for .h .
*ritr. 24.3mosp
weary < .
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M. K.... H. Clay Stanlord. H II. Thurmanand
.n.
In tile unim-M of the Ulllu l hiHlca' (nit One candidate for clerk of the circuit court. I
.. the coal trust Ita price; weary so E. L. .....1..31'. mid cliNtrlctf IIIBT betame, a csiu1l' <1ale, for I the I Quo candidate for county assessor of taxes I enne p.
fh
of bitten The .nnual m..lInaof the etockholdere shall nomination t in said !pilinnrv elect.lli. l.y flying' one candidate for tax utcnaor.One ax A VANS AONRW W. c..raVANS : BufIen
frost.
weary pie give me a be[ held on the first Wednesday of February of \ltb ilie clrairnidii of this ...'mmlth'... \'li.Hon. .: I candidate. for county aulertnUndont
: '( slice of the Fourth of July. Backward, each year beginning with the year I'I.I.' at which (i. L Hallxo I st Fi>riinn, <1ina. Florid: ,'. on i public luHtructlon. AGNEW & RA W'ORDATORNEYS.AT.LAW
m..lInathe directors shall be elected, and the or before; the Ut ., ,. swing backward. oh, season of snow officers of the corporation shall be elected by the w r".11 ....t..nl\ as to4iulred t bt Inu.olbla I teiiidldate for "..oal) ircaiiurer.One .
dlrectora .. soon as practicable after the annual purpose to anilldat45. whlilli statement I caniMdate for aupurMnor of rctl t ration.MX BARBER
belowtm : |
mercury fifty or.'eixty: \! on stockholders' meeting. shall bosiiinMrt by him Htid bali be ac- candidate:; for doleg-atu from the mutate SHOt

: the heat of the tropical zone; roast me Article VI. eIflluitliOI: will 1, Three: lluudred nn I -e emr- 0'f Flotilla at large to the National, Democratic Offices: -&- Citizens.flank n..udlal;
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U til
five Dollars a. an aKMjsanieiit to | delmy- convention Florida
until I am cooked to the bone; I art so Said corporation shall adopt an appropriate lug" expenses of boiling said primary clnctlnu.Hi Two caiiflldateli for delegateii from the R.... Kissimmee .
- -- -- ColdDrinks & Cigars
seal and shall adopt by-Ian for the governmentof "itb. C'andldatea for niHmbt rriliip on theConKressleual ond cot'eriHulonaldlHlHct I to the National IJc'inocratlc i
tired of freezing my nose, weary of ita affaira not inconaistent with ita articlea of Committee shall not he require.I Ito cot enllon j. u H. o. 011015MOON

chilblains and corns ort my toes; weary incorporation and the lawa of the stats of lion ptiy any asse.Hiiivnt. and Khali make their I Mix, audldiito 4or presidential. olui. .tor.. ION I .
).. which b".I.... may be amended or repealedby application\ for place ou the ballot to the ri>. I One candiilato, for state attorney for tbe Seventh Kissimmee Fla.
, of trying to sleep with cold feet; turn the board of directora. as may be provided in upuetlvlr Hiiily eummltt I>e. Juh'I.I circuit & GEIGER ,

;!lIi;,,' said by-laws. ,, e\enth. 1'his cimitultteu. wilt ,Hnvass the ono the heat oh the heat. .
on turn on Article VII. ...tur... of slick oUolicm anrl di'dart* tin' result. the county ennuI, ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice
Minnesota Editor: and will lu due season i*>Hiie instructions nU Each: elecioriu each justice dlntrlct to-wlt'
The highest amount of lndebtedn"sa or liability .
promulgate' rules therein.t No' 2. 3. 4 and i, shall! hate the rlllhi to vote -
,
to which the corporation can at any time aubiect >rdi>n>d and done under and. by virtue of I for mm candidate for ntablo and one candidate State Bank Building
itself shall be Hundred Thousand l>oU
One
.tftie the law and titleS of
under
power given us for of thn .
justice |>oare In their respective Kissitnmee. Florida
Will Qose at 6 O'clock. lara (100.(101.( ). the committee ibis :2..tli day of Janiiar I!Ill. justIce of the ptiaou di.trictit.Onecandidnia - ._-- ----- --
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I: Article VIII. U. L. UALTZKI. fur'memberof.the State Democratic Sprigg Fleming
; The names and residences of th. subscribingncorporatora. Chairman Campaign' Conmltte. of tiemocratlcong. eouimlttre.One ( F. KR1BBS
ll Kissimmee, Fla., March 6, 1912. together with tha number of : Com. IJn.i l oun. DIRt of Florida candidate for member oar the Coiigrcs.. JJ.
shares of authorized capital stock subscribed. A.llei.1, : JKBIIB UUHTX bctretary. 0-llt .aloual Executive committee of the Beooud cougreiiBlonal -
I : We, the undersigned, agree to close for by each are aa follow.: dmlrfct ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. CLEANING

P . .. ,our places. of business at 6 o'clock P McCullough. A McCrory, Orlando. Florida. 60 An Ordinance : the J::.oh county elector. thall In have each the. voting right to diBtrict vote for within one PRESSING

and John- M.-Lee." Klasimmea.. Florida. III.h...... An Ordinance to Amend Section 228 of the member ot the county. Detnot.ratio Executive Examination of Titles a Specialy.
r > M., except on Monday Saturday, General Ordtne-noea of the City. of Ktaeimm.eFloride. c.-omialttee' from the voting district In which DYEING .4
.. :. , W. B. Makinaon Company Klaelmm_. Florida : Notification! and payment of taxes of
:, 11 shsrea. % relatives to the Speed cud Use, of, such elector reolde non-residents '. "I "'
L: : ;, ,( from April 2d to November 1st, 1912. blcjclea, given careful /, REPAIRING
W. Ward Klsslmmes. Florida. 1 share. FOR : '
} :4Wars-Carson Grocery Co. R. S.FloydirRulI S . A. Carson. Kuuilmmoe. Florida. I share.E liE IT RDAINKD BY TUB COUNCIL OF TIME qUALiP'YINq. t attnton."o" ;; .; "
'f 'r ..y... ". !. L, I..sley. Kisaimmee. Florida. 1 share TUB CITY OK KlSiIMMKK. FIX>KIl>A. 1\ Each peraon desiring to hays his name pnnt- .-n'4'- ' 4 \ .
ii,. :;. ,, \r-, .,.' ;. ;; Baas Ma'rk Don.ganCat. II C. Stanford Kissimmee Florida. 1 share.W. . cite t ion. I. That ttectiou :254 of the UeneralOrdinances' ed OM tbe prlma. election' ballot* a randl. G. JOHNSTON4> .Vi?' il; Leave word at my house and clothe
'!. A. ....'Cool, Beaver Falls, fennsyjvania. 1 I of the City of Kl.'tromee Florida, date for any counlyItiee hall flle with tbaverretarr ROBERT > ,:, will called lor and ,
t tie Co.:Market, D. R. Blenis Co., C. W. ahara. be srueiided so aa to read aa follows of thia committee on or before the returneL.,
Arthur It. Donelran. Kissimmee. Florida. 1 .228. It ahsll be unlawful for any person or v'6th day of :March. A. 1>. l"li\ : hi. notice of
Griffin.! P.M. Howell. share. persons to ride a blctcla on ant of the tiled or candtaai and .pnlc( .tlou to have hi. name aoUnutel
. _
L ..- H. Fio.thw. A4beIIO.G.orwar4 5hI cement..ldewalka within Due corporate :limits / neon s blank4 to be fuinluhe by the ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE Satisfaction Guaranteec3Driner
Hunter land Company. Minneapolis Minnesota of Kissimmee, Florida. Ant person or pornoimconvlctai said *e<'retary. and. accompanied. by the '
: .. I .h.... \ of violation of this Section, shall be lnOllU" aanOKMncnt, us |> *cltled: below.and : I
For Sale V. U. Lynn. Ill Trinity Building. New York. 1 fined lu a sum not to exceed tUTor by Impriftou.meHt no of any such candidate ahail beprlnleduiMm FLORIDA
,counted. or returned If printed .
ahare.w. in the faianoose hard labor for ao*. ,
H. Thurman. Klsaimroee. Florida 1 ahare. more than than teu days, or b. both such fines upon] ant auch ballot ntilekii this pro ittton L.
4 ., We are offering some very desirable M. Kata. Kiaalmmee.. Florida. I...hare.State aud Imprisonment. ahali have been complied a lth.roan LOUIB C. HABUKT T. P1CTOM WABLOW JOC.LS' :
r resident Iota located three blocks from Hectlon 2. that all Orillnancea or parts of S Late CounMl for Judia <'f the .
,
Ordinances In conflict v.ith the provisions or aALLOTII. Florida K. K. Comm. Criminal Court :lsslxxee.s"el

I the Court House', on nice high elevation of Florida, County of Osceola-as.Ba herein contained, be and the sauae are vrepealetf. The "oI.Iala ...1.1 primary election thall be
It known that before met tha undersigned S S by ballot. In accordance with the provisions of MASSEY &: WARLOWATTORNEYS
f for $300 for inside and for
"I. 9350 corner notary public personally appeared C. W. v* ard Passed In open aessloq 0''Council Ibis' 6th the stale primary: law a, enacted lu IgS.gab

lots. Alley in rear of all these lota. U. A. Carson John M. Ua. R. L. Lesley. H. (,. day of March A. D. 1912. ballotaaba'l' be printed ami dlitribnlca under AND COUNSELLOS is prepared t drillARTESIAN' '.
Cash short time. Stanford W A. McCooI. Arthur E. Donetran H. W. O KIS'floJ. Presldenl.S the direction of ibis oommlltvet I and nn Bald .
or Let us show you Fleming W. ii. Lynn, 11. W. 1 human and M, (
I ,these'loU.. H. M.Bresk.r&Co.: Eats, to ma wall known and known to me to be Clerk City ot KlaainwteL55Approved candidates for atata and national offie a* maybe Practice In all the Courta of the Plata and of WELLS: -
individuals described In and who subscribedtbair this.?th dsyof March A.D.-ttlt. ,
certified by the chalrmau of the State Kxroutlve the Uaitcd Stataa. alao before the Florida RaU- .
. names. to the foieatuina; proposed charter. U. \fJ'AN..llll..II..o.. \ :; .. commIttee and the ebalrmau ot the road Commtaalon. the In.teClln Laminarea '
and severally acknowledged. that they executedthe 11-0 Mate CoUEraaalonal' . ., arranged iu a in any.eeeUn' Florida.
for i Sale same for the purpose therein expressed alphabetical order; and nut In order shall be
Witness my hand and official seal at Hiaslmmee" p.I.b.. names ..f the oonuty candidates.and t-1 CHAJUJ TOM BL. O&LND. F -
In tha county and state B/oreeatd. this 87tfa day oflanusry. Notice. In neb order. be .*orlbed by tbarespective rDR
_ 1I : : No1a29-LarK;. lot, on which is located J A. O. ISO. county cominitiecoCAlrvAJior may pr 1 Ten years'ot' successful Well ;
.(Seal) K. O VAN AOMEW, tollc. la bamby (Ivan thai the. Rrslatrationbooka WILLIAM SANBORN KING Drilling is a of rny '.
c one S.ven-rnom and one. three-room, Notary Public. Slats at Large.My of Oaraola Oounly will ba open at iiirofficaiu all'n7DH"Tbl.mmlttee Guat .
_ Klwilroniva. florklav I from March ittIt. : Ability to ".the beat' '.
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Uaeembar *
M !! house. Large, house' is 'lighted :with commission axplrea- 14 1814. liftS to April 16th loll: both days Inel.......,.x- day of May., sooner ahailmert if all the at noon returnS on lbS are Oth In. OCULIST rult f.: ,ruce l ,1.
erpt tlunilara between the hourof V ., m..ad I .;
; : ele irieity," has toilet and Kitchen sink, Stat )of flori a. County of Oaoeola... Um aodlp.: *. .. : at the the county returns court and house dvclaie-, aud what pubHelr candidates oauvaaa Associated with Dr. Christ , .;

L '. . mall bow also baa sine and toilet. we Be It known that before me, the .nderela1 ba And the In books each. precinct fort bo for various at teaM dletrlctB11 two days\ hare bean .nominated. by a majority vote for Cheney Block, Orlando, Fla. TWO AND; 'FOUR''INCH
notary public personally appeared J. H. MeOulougbamembarof OMB each county! o..e and In what eases. the see ,
: will sell this'a whole, or', separately. the firm of McCullough AlaC. during each weak of ibis period. Time and C'U4 primary 1..t1oa will have. to be held and OFFICE 5-hA. M., 1-3 Pf; M. WELLS, SPECIALTY
BOUR
) ..,. to ma wall known and known to ma to pIece will ba peeled by each fiepntr R'jlauatloaOffloer. -. 'b.ehalrmaJt and secretory of Ibis committee. lit
l and by -
:- ., ,Tbjs pop.rtyI. well located/: will 'pay be the Individual described' la and who subscribed -..' .43. W. UBIFFKN.Fvperrlior within Iwo day ih tofler. shall. certify to the .pplntent. '
'. 10 per-e.nt 'o'n.lnnltment.: ft rented. the ruuna of aaid firm to th. foregoing proposed of BegitratloaUarchS. chairman f f the fetal Executive committee P.O. Box 844KTieslrxoinee ' !
charter. and acknowledged. that be executed. the 1912. J3: It the result of said -primary election ID sad JOHNSON 1
:[ .Price of both .bouses $2,000., H. M. aama In behalf :of said firm. for the purpose county, showing: the rtatilt Of each precinct, AJDff: \ Floxldis
':' .r Breaker & COh'V therein expressed.Witness Desirable 10-Acre Farm and shalL also. cartlly. to tha chairman of the .
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.w ._: my hand and official' .. at 1t..1. Concreasioual committee such result aa to the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW j
; mae.In the county: and atata afors.aI&. this. lath Great candidate for member of congress from the. -
1-1"' ,' ;{ 'I_ day of Marck, .. D. IMS./ : at a Bargain .s3d coDcreaaloaal district.. Will. Practice in all Courts ,
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: Statement "* Notary Poblla. SIat..t .-- Improved Farm. Located on best Aaswt, :

.7 ,1r !!. My commission exp""Deeembwl"lUI" J ., road In Osceola County/1J miles from for the purpose of defraying tba cxpenaea of adjoining Broadway :
,, ;. j;". If.-. uader edloD a. Chapter 1iIIM laws or tba two primary elections, Including' the pay Cltiiens Bank Kissimmee White: Leghorns

,'.i,j,5 !.r Florida.(, showing the amount, of taxescha'aad etate of FlorVla. Countr'af O.b.oia-a.. depot...,,10' acres: that js fenced and high bent of inepoctorsandelerks, Rnluting.tc..
to tha aaaeaimenla .levied against
Tax Collector of Oaoeola the following a.
,,"'11" .' Before .... the undai signed. ofnoer. personally state, of cultivation, and Is ,the best iBNKINS
County, Florida to ba collected for tha proBpeellTa eadlt ro tba various county. H. B. a. WOODBJAM
..','Yo> ,\, current year lull, sad tha apportionment$ appeared C, W. Ward J. H. Me<:aUougb, John trucking land, in this section. Has vfncea; :, Hatching Eggs $ .o pt\t. :
i ';l; of 'b.-..to \b.ssyers*tnad. for wb101aI U. Lee. W. B. Makinsoo. M. Kata. Harry W.Thurman Btale senator ,;.'.r....,..o..j... ..-115 00 : 1enl choice
:.' ": '...a_ bay. b.e.i.v.d,'... 'Arthur SL Pisnaaan. H C. Stanford.and good well 3-room cottage.;,stable'.wa- Representative In the 1.1.llr.... . 1 OOClerkolrcnltconrt JENKINS& WOODHAM and 11ea old, for sale on, ,
H, Ileednt to ma wall known who. .being; ..,. .. . .. ' 00Traaaurer
f ',' APPORTIONMENT, OF COCKTT nTMDB.: duly ..... ascii for himself upoa oath ..,.. that gon-shed and poultry bouse; aU.ready .<".. .... ...S., ..t.....5.;..-t..6000 and afer May 16. Will book*
c .March I.uu. bale ana of the subscribers ta the foregruinar char- for purchaser to begin work without 8uperistendenIotpub1i Instraetlen... ;. 40 0 advance .when acconv-.
_r 1,; BavannaTo -' tar. and that It la intended hi good faith to eon.struct (2ountyJudg . . .. ...iSS SURVEYORS panied by deposit. "
-2J ... .' amount aaaaaaad ,....,,iv.. .. 1 704 OT maintain and operate the railroad therein any delay expense. of..clearing I land Tax assessor.,.:.i...>.f''p'.... .. ">,.,...'',' 6000
I !!!j. . I .' oollaotad ........ 4Ma Ot ssecMu Tax collector..1 ,'... 5......:.. ..., to 00Sheriff. KJssimmee Florida
';':. Cal.n.. to be oon etad. ... 1157 OT C. W. Ward. and waiting to improve befordbeing ... ..1...............<.. . .. ....4U80HnpervlaorOf Bros. ,I
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4 .',. 'I .. ' .,-.. ...... ....... aso!! John M. '- .. ...'. MOOMemberacboolbuara. BjgJ Bargain In a "om '
'If,1",;'.-, Amos' 11-.1 ..........:...... 7>>64 Si .W.B.IIak adapted to growing all kind.. of citrus .....,....... ..-.-.-. S 0 _ < .. :

i. : ',f ... a.i.uo.sob.coli.cs.d. ..... 16$6711 ...'Kala. fruits Iitove can' be, started to good I Cot commiaaloner ..' .. ..., ... :. 'I 0 Splendid new sax room bouse Justin- _
t1.' eou.'F oad- \ Harry VV-.Tnorman. ; tba . ... :. .. . .. i side city limits, fine deep lot contains r
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S I' 'j ; -;-'Jr' amount assessed,,. .. ..,.. MOM 83 Arthur K. r..... *. ,d'vantag.whIi. land is being tarniedI J..a\ee.1. .p..... ..,... .. . ..h: 1 OOtmracToas. two acres of wel P.O.Bex447 S TAMPA
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Amount collected ?.,.., .,, Mia 34To Stanford. ,
W *' >" >> \.. Balance to .ba collected .... .. 1423)'M ItFt: :. I Come quick if you want best bargain barn, and bug sheds, and all S -
,.,', : 4Kw. t Counts Special S Sworn to and subscribed before. ma. thia Wth in this Tb. following and clerk arehereby under w.gn new Fine locationfor
t k 'To amount ......... ,'. .. .. .. Afin e 0 day' of II........ A D. l.H .... County designated In.petor the primaryelection g
, Asnountcollected ........ ... 1113I'1 Seal). B. ... VANS Aoncw. list! H. M. BREAKER &: 'CO. in th* named: .al '. 1m garden or poultry aanch. ' -
.5 5- . :..-l' Valance to ba collectednunSchool . .... 47431* Notary Puba..... Slate at Large.My . Precioo Ao.l cUM".hton., 0 K Yowell, F This U a find proposition, where you
"-. i; Di.t. No. 1isasessed oommlaaion expires Decatnber 14. M.*. 13- W Stalker, Inapectora- ; W A Selsouolerk... will have the from of the country,
S To. IS01 K6SS For Sale. Precinct No. t W L K
S ... AnouulooII.etad I ...;;.?::: :; B2VrV W W Ivey, lnpactnra- ; Moel....Lo.ntr& yet close enoulb jot all the advantages -

-5-. S Ba........ to ba collected ,,.. .. mea Application for Final Discharge.In No. 428-Small orange and grapefruit Precinct NO. S-Z T Riles, Kaymoud Lanler, of city, such .splendid high
S 0ubSebooIDI.LNo.-:- Court of the) County Judge gut of Florida.Oaoeola Aaron Raavaa, napeetori; D Y onea.olek. school best markets, The
S f. F To ._aaaaaaed" . .... .. 84170 County, la re-fc.al.t4of" .L.H.. WilL.lam. grove conflating of S) acres, 275 bearing Freelne No. 4-A K IUIM. I Price H. M. churche& et JI frOr4a6rerFO.I..D
Amount collected .:.... .. :.... 'II13 ., deoeaaed trees, seven-room house, good barn and L II.... Inapeetors; clerk ,1,6. !REER : .
S BaUue lo be oollerlad: ,JttjnbHobool 18467 'Notice la hereby ,1".It. to all whom It mar ITeolnot No Se'S U Donrxan.. Nel. 4 -t .____ 1.
S Diaa. No. 5-: concern that on the IMth day .f April A. 1).' well 298 feet deep. 'Located' inside of N S Blouul. Inspectors: U U Da"I."I.r 'I 'rnt about Flor-r
t S S S To amouol Bases tad >., .. 1(0607 tvil I ahaH\ apply to the Honorable UfO F. Precinct No. o-W R Ba .,JohnBalsdeu. .. . __ .DownJn Ida. month
.' S 4- ; .... .. city-limit Jnflne: sectionbeautiful IfcCielland. Wlkht'1.OOper v.sri
! Clerk.fradnct .
"** 405. 4a .of said- Uoart.< -Ja UaJa'nMtobecollec.ad .. .. 884(1 .et; a float discharge aa administrator oltheostate view of lake, excellent breezes from No- T-James Droo.W P UD. 'The above play d auWrlptloo. lOo data.
t, i., abchool Dist No. 4- of !. H deouaaed:j nod bi. L-eWlltoH ,$,lean, a U 'S.p.B.
t.. i To amoont ..--- vX,.. 8M74am that at tha same lmlll'will preaent mj: finalaicounto the'cburcbes, in fact you can bave I ; rk. IDlet.- the opera house on Friday' March 29th
, ; .. Amount col lactod ..;;:..,.,.., aa ndmlnlatratoy at,Ml Bnn. by local talent for the benefit of tlPresbytellaii
of the
.t ,lialanca to ba IIOU......_;,.'... 84775v ask for their approval. all advantages city and enjoy ; M 1) .| clerk. I Florida Ava a, Taa.pa.Fla-

a- *, III$I. not' being crowded. -Call\ on H. M. ." W. 1..CAMISELL. church., Admission 2&and'lfi .
.S i ,; <:3leirk Circuit Court. Oeceola COGa4,. ?I ?&., A. 2$: DKOUCDT.. Adrolnl.tralor., i '" Acting Chairman.Attee .
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**' Suburban Property for'Sale. *
\ TO BUILD CHURCH
1 Hudson La.<-This tract contain 10t' "
, acres in Pinedala not Jar from the '
: FLORIDA ON SALE :
,:' ,Spawn Canning Evaporating Fruit ,
'Raise .
I Methodists of
Large
Gty
and
/lv Vegetable Factory; located on'high : 2
5. ground with good drainage; splendid Subscription for Erection of a ,. \ ',
; tdark gray toll with chocolate subsoil; New Building' Work Will ,

t,, nice thlrlO place acres to lo Is ate partly a splendid,cleared grove, just soB a Commence Soon. The Big Sale of Land. is Now Going On with Great RapidityIf

as to have free ,county ,high school By taking a subscription of $11,000.00
) Rood churches and modern conveniences 1 last Sunday morning at the Methodist

near athand., Mr. Hudson will sacrifice I church,'the erection of a new buildingfor
We have
large
want want to it by the millions.
see us.
on this piece of land if sold withinthe that congregation Is assured. It Is you reage, you j jI

next few da ... Will introduce proposed to erect 'a church home that '
buyer to tha owner of the land. Perfect wtll coat in the neighborhood of 18.000 I OFFERING '-: '
BELOW is A FEW OF THE LARGE TRACTS.WE ARE FROM OUR BARGAIN, COUNTER, I ,
. ', title,''everything all right.: and thlt will be a distinct: ,credit to the j '
S Acre Tract of Land Inside the City ,city as well *as to' the membership of 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland, ins a solid body, on 10,000 acres in ,$um er ,County near town of Leesburg; '
Limits."All fenced hog tight, all in the church. the railroad. This is good, heavy,. rich land, well adapted to the rapidly growing winter and summer:, resort ,on railroad,.,lands'
cultivation, small house, the finest The'subscription on Sunday morning growing the highest grade of aardeninapr09ucts.. Flowing adapted to arowlnaof citrus fruits and aardenlnaproducte.,
large flowing well in the town; this was taken under the direction of Bishop wells can be obtained. Pricel'$10 per acre.,, Lease on all except 2,000 acres of ,this tract. This Is.an excellent -
land is convenient to high school all Morrison. lie, preached a strong'sermon -...---- bargain. Price $5.00 peracre

the churches, and can be had at a special at the eleven o'clock service, and 36,000 acres, on F. E. C. Rwy;, in practically a solid body,
bargain if purchased within the followed it by a brief statement of the free of leases. About 30 to 40 per cent of this tract is virgin d
next few days. We also have 10 acres plans'of the official board for the building timber, the balance good muck and, prairie lands. Price $9.00per 9875 acres in Levy County, Florida. 'These,lands are cut- r
of land half a mile from the city limits, of the church, Several thousand- acre. over pine lands, with, productive loam soil and will grow all of
on hard road land is all fenced dollar and flve-hundred-dollar subscriptions -
marl the Southern staple crops sudh as sea island cotton corn cane.
r;;:'J'< hog tight, all in cultivation, good deep were made very promptly, bringing etc., and in addition are suited for fruitgrowing and winter truck
>,*a well room house stables and chicken the amount up to $7,000 In a few 60.000 acres, in Hamilton County fairly well together; farming. There are numerous good farms Ip the locality and 1
amou.nts :28,000 acres tree of leases now, 15.000: acres to be delivered
house. This is a splendid proposition minute; Smaller were then wherever, trucking has been attempted, the result have been S
? the best bargain in a suburban farm contributed by a number of those present Jan. 1st, ]1912. These are good lands. well adapted to general very successful. 'This tract is of convenient size to handle for 4
,to be found In the country. Owner until the total amount. subscribedhad agricultural purposes such as cotton corn, cane and potatoes.The 'subdivision purposes, and those Interested' in a proposition of ,
,wants and will sacrifice. reached $11,000. This subscriptionWas tract as a whole at $4.75 per acre, or will sell in tracts of
this
.I money kind should,, investigate Immediately; Price $5.0O per acre. ,
Fleming Farm.-This fine little farmcontains considered most encouraging, as a from 5,000 acres up at $5.OO per acre :
I 6) acres of land located Inside number of the members were not pres- I.

the city limits, about half in cultivation ent. The matter has now been placed 21.795' acres of virgin pine' timbered lands in Polk County, 18.000 acres in Saint Johns County practically solid body
and fenced and cross fenced; chicken in the,hands of the building committee 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.
house and chicken yards, splendid six with instructions to proceed with thebuildln& pine, 65 crops of turpentine boxes and 15 million feet of cy- Rwy., bordering inland waterway; 7,500"acres now free of r
room cottage complete and nice witha Some slight modifications press. Price $8.00 per acre in fee simple. leases, balance 3,000 acres 'annually beainninaJan.. 1st, 1912,
porch in front and one side large will be made In the plans previously accepted -- until all is delivered. Price $8.00 per acre. '

outbuilding for work shop, good deep for the new church, and a con- ,
21.00O acres in Wakulla County, practically solid body ; on J
well; about 50 citrus fruit trees, several tract for its erection will be let at the the railroad, 25 miles south of Quincy, the famous tobacco town. 1760 acres of cut over pine land in-Orange County, Florida I +

varieties of grapes, many beautiful earliest possible date. 6,840 acres free of timber, 5.00O acres more to be delivered five miles northwest of Orlando between the A. O. L. and Seaboard
ornamental' flowers and shrubbery in THREETOTEM eadh year, be&inninaJan.. 1st, 1912, until entire tract is deliv- Air Line R. R. Sple ndid for citrus fruits and truck farm.
the yard; a beautiful" little home. Owner ered. This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes.: lag Price $10 per acre. Terms one-half cash, balance one
says "sell. Here Is an opportunityto '
and two
Price $4.25 per acre. years.
obtain a fine place, convenient and Brand New Kissimmee Boosters
desirable.' Excellent soil, splendid cho- 65.00O acres, all virgin will cut 15O million feet and '
Cheer Editorial Heart. pine 2,200 acres cypress and phosphate, will cut 10 million feet, >' '
colate subsoil; several nice pine treeson 8 million feet of Good soil adapted to citrus fruits and '?
cypress. .
ot cypress, also vast quantities of hard wood, entire tract under ; ,
Within two hours Monday of this yi
back and timber for fuel on
some pur- Price $6.50 1-3 cash 'balance
trucking. per acre one and two laid with phosphate. A great bargain at $20,000
different' '
three from _
poses. It will pay you to investigatethis. week persons years. '" a
NELSON REALTY CO. Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Kansas,. .S' t
came Into the Valley Gazette office to 1600 acres in Levy County, Florida. These are cut over 6545 acres in Osceola county, adjoining. the. corporate limits,
express their delight with Florida in pine lands, aith productive soil and will grow all of the staple and in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE. ... | '"I ..h
general; and Kissimmee in particular.Mr. crops as well as being suitable for fruit growing and winter truck -
Clem J. Mees accompanied by farming. Price $4.25 per acre. Kissimmee is the county seat of Osceola County.' Has a, S rr
The his cousin, Mr. Eugene Gallent, both population of 4.0OO. and is one of the most progressive towns in Id
of Wichita, Kan., arrived in this city Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga and on the r
Thursday, on a prospecting trip. Mr. 370O acres choice land in DeSoto County. Mostly high- main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway and terminus of
ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY class prairie, balance cut pine land. C. H. & N. R. R. i
Mess called at this office Monday and over runs the Florida Midland Railway and the St. Cloudand, Sugar Belt
stated that he was in Florida year: through this property. First-class colonization. proposition. Price Ry. Climate most equable winter and summer and unsurpassed !
ago and had bought land lie was sc $9.0Oper acre. by any place on the globe. Purest And best artesian water obtained -- eM
well pleased that he had Induced his in this section in unlimited q uanttties at'78 to SCO feet.:
cousin to come this year, and the latter 14000 acres pine timbered land located in Orange County, Healthiest town in the United States. Death rate l less than 5
JOURNAL will probably Invest in residence .property Florida. This tract is being turpentined. A large portion of the to'the 1,000. Is in the cepter of 'the trucking industry of Florida
before he returns. Mr. Mees ex- tract being high pine, suitable for citrus fruit and truck farming. and home of the orange, grapefruit ,pecans'peaches and

'1 "4 The Biggest Newspaperin pects to start in business here next fall Price $10.00 per acre. 'fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on application.. \ -, '
I :.",- I' I the SouthThe and is greatly pleased with the buslD"ssI We have orange groves truck lands, city property-anything from a $100 lot to a 107.000 acre tract. T.lf us your require* J
outlook in Kissimmee. Mr. Mees "
appears I : -
ments and we will fill them at prices that attractive. V ,
to be the sort of man that this are -j.' (S, ,I ak

regular price of The At- city wants, and we shall be glad to welcome .. -
lanta Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 him as a regular Kissimmeean. Jt. .
cents a year. If you will send us Mrs. M. 81 Vidal of Zambrota, : H. M. BREAKER & 'COM'I ,N'tK ,

your order, you can get _, Minn., engaged in the work of trying . "
to persuade some of her neighbors I S SI M M E E Over Os eola Pharmacy FIj O HI: ,D'A., "
The RlsslmmBB to locate on the Kissimmee prairie. 1
She is naturally a Kissimmee. booster
.,i ..Valley Gazette 'of the beat sort. She expressed to the n." .L' _

j\: and the Valley Gazette her thanks for the ,t -. ,- .
......< splendid work this! paper,is doing in set
'ft:. r'fltlanta SemiWeeklyJournal' < ting -forth the advantages; and attractions 9I

that she of this cannot favored without section.the She paper said Senator Louis C. MasseyCandidate :@jI: J

and she has used it to good advantage
lOc:>th one: :yeavr in. her efforts for this section. OPEAN.n.
Mi. C. Ferd McCann, our third Mon- I E.U
FOR ONLY $1.75 day visitor, is the editor of the Ger- GR :A ; ,
mantown (Pa.) Gazette, and felt a sort % S
--- of family relationship to this paper. 6fIolIJJJ
He paid us a most delightful call, look- 4'
Send In Your Subscription ;
Ing over the new home of the Valley
Gazette This is Mr McCann's first I' .
Right Away trip to Florida, tnough he states that aoaaae .... -.. I,
be had threatened to come several x'S '
'To tub not to the Atlanta 6RAHKR
paper TIllIAIIOTl"IENAIERIE
_ BETTER
times before. Ha is more than pleased BIGGER, LID
J' Scmi-Wtekly JourmaL with the state, especially with the superior '
fertility of this section, as at. 'F'WO'I""" '
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tested by the heavy growth of .grass. I i f '
: Mr, McCann'showed us a copy of his '..TELAISEST'TAAINEL.' i .

: paper, which is published in what he U.I|I NU ELEPU.TII\'TlE"WIILI': ,
says is the handsomest suburb in Amer- \

:EJ.ggsI.W ica, being tmmedlately'adjacent to .;'
Philadelphia The paper' !is a splendid IO.THRlWI.IAIE-IEIILIC TS-M ,.
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example of newspaper enterprise, andIs
certainly* credit to its, publisher ,.ROYAL ROMAN HtPPQMOIiE.,
hun- .
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$ pet setting., $ per '
McCann was piloted to this office '
141.
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, dred. BOO PEOPLE BOO.' BOH8B8.fOOI
+ I R., C. Brown leghorns.; R. C. by Mr. H. W. Thurman,.a former Germantown ...pcn.AcreJwfeasdAArUIUts-lOO'
t. Rhode Island Reds, Buckeyes. man. He borrowed a cut of 20 Funny Clowasu' 100 Educated Animals s
From select of Blue Ribbon I 4
pens Mr. Thurmsn's hotel the Graystone, "
, stock., High cent of fertility. )gklft.AFREE'STREET
per
and will publish a writeup of the hotel
PARAIE"re
S, f FLINT BRO: ,and of Kissimmee upon his return.It ..
f'', ,Tel: 256 Kissimmee,. Fla. rather cheers our editorial heart DAILY >.T 10 A.'M. eI'

when so many "boosting" visitors! call
" ...... ,.0. .. ,_ ."...... _, on us on ,"Blue Monday." We were : 2 BIG
I" 1I = more than delighted, by the visits of ;
I a .IM--I "II" I I,'t I *++*+$ these three new friends of Kissimme IWF0MIEOOWEBTBAMS
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GRAY ; TO BE, MARRIED. S : Csear/4 +
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An Line* ofTraVel.
'.,< ... Wedding of J. M. Car- i ?vj
r: 1'/0' srnl at sit rue Approaching. d i .

,, 2.60 to&60 per day. son is Announced."Mr. ,
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'';;'. Special by"week or month.. jol and Mrs. David W. Pipes have I for Re-nomination ?' S' TWO PEBFORM.;

\ 7 wTrniIlu,, Pr.,. ..Do rolrEl, Hr.I announced the engagement of their t. AICES DAILY, ,
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to Mr. James Milton Carson, of Jack- *t 3.KISSIMMEE t.tat
I ' sonville, Fla. The wedding will be 5.
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L.:: w. 'l:101: $ DDZOI! celebrated very Last charming;winter Wednesday member Miss1 ,Pipes April of a, :24.prominent who" I is a CENTRAL S HOTEL UNDER W. P. Tuttle NEW and MANAGEMENT Thor.; FoutsProprietors I . '- < \ 'TUESDAY


family, spent a short time in Jacksonville E y
t., ;"" en route from New York,to her RATES:, 51.50.12.00 and $2.50 PER DAY-AMERICAN PLAN i APRIL, '2' :
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home In New Orleans.Mr. ;
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: } ... Carson Is a prominent young Hot and Cold Baths Electric Lighted. Homelike and Cheerful ., t' ;""
lawyer of the city,.a member of the law I ,' ,
,,RKISSIM sal Estate firm of Bryan & Carson. He is the old- .- --- .' .. :,'
est son of Hon. C. A. Carson, of Kis I -' '
r I simmee, ex-State..nator and presidentof ;' ""

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t 'I '\" I:"- t' . The Kissimmee Valley' Gazette: HARVEY COLLIER DIES"home j' was 'North", Carolina he having'I II ',

, ; :. i come! to this city, some six years ag ,
"" ',":' ,. \ I with his family. The Injury which re :.

j Funeral of Splendid Young Man I Is i I'suited.. 'In his death was received on
:, W: B. HARRIS Editor and Proprietoi \
+4 "". ".,, ', Held Monday Morning. ?Sept: 4 of last year; from a fall from '
oAAbsolutely
; j..D. .#'1 Associate i Editor :
( : KUYKENDALL ," the second story: of a building on which
: Touching funeral cervices1 held
: were he was working.: The. fall hurt his ,

i 'I' : r ir.: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ... Monday, morning at the Methodist 1 spine, '''the 'full effect of the injury not :;

I ''Omen IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING church over the remains of Mr; Harvey,j showing for some time., He, gradually; ,' KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA Collier who died at Orlando on Saturday 'became weere however, and before \'
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f -. as the result of a fall receivedsome his death underwent two ,operations at rj

Z \ \ t., SUBSCRIPTION RATES: months ago. The dec based was a';' the sanitarium Orlando, where he DMJM6POWDEIY i

; f One .' :.. $1.60( young man of'much promise, well beloved I died.Mr
one :
year
4 j i ", One copy months ,75 by a hofltpf .friends in this city Collier is survived by his father
,: : 'J 4; copy, .six .40 where' he was counted a man of rarely and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Collier .
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One three months -
'l copy, fine / Pur
character.
J Jv and by two sisters Ava and Myr-

1//: I'1 All'Communications, except from our authorized correspondents, must be The sermon was preached by Rev, H. tle Collier, all of this city.

iv, signed by the writer. T. Games, pastor of the church, of

I, which Mr. Collier had been a faithful
for Sale
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Rejected matter will,not be returned unless called for. member. Mr. .Gaines paid a tender and wholesome i
To have
tribute to the memory of the young No. 301-An attractive home in Pine. pure ;

, ;i }( { Entered at the Tostoflice In Kissimmee, Fla., as second-class_ mail matter. man. Dr. A. J. Holt, pastor of the dale. This property is just outside of '"
that :
,, food be baking
} I t First Baptist' church, also made a few city limits, on high ground. House is sure your .

.,. J :Frida.y. March :::213.,113:1.:2: :: remarks, referring to the beautiful' two-story.and contains eight rooms all is made from ;
powder cream
f Christian life of the deceased, as he plastered and hard oil finish two
had heard of it, his short residence porches, fine well and large barn. This
1 t I. : WILL STAND REPEATING. OFFER BUILDING LOT. here house is located on a five-acre tract of tartar and not from alum.
-_.- not having given him the privilege' with beautiful view of the city and nq
of acquaintance with Mr. Collier. lake. Land is adapted to citrus fruits .,. .,
yaI We have a mass of most interestin; Following the suggestion of Secretary I The pastor next called on Mr. J. M. and trucking. This property can be

>;'i, j; interviews and write-ups from the stat e Richardson, of the Jacksonville Lee, chairman of the board of1 stew- j had for $3,300 on very favorable terms. r The Label will guide you .1
t : Board of Trade, a lot has been offered Will introduce customer to owner and ,
i the celebration whicl h t
regarding ards'to ''
:e' papers : speak. Mr. Lee said that on ,
: let them deal direct. H. M. Breake ,
the local Board of Trade by Messrs. %
R1 ; I : 'i.' space will not permit us to publish thi I this occasion he would prefer to sit & Co. 13. tf :J
week. We will use them next weekand Ludlam & MacDonough at Cape Breeze silent. "However "
said he, "underthe is the
only baking
Royal
to ; for a Board of Trade building. This l is I .
will- also have some things SB;] circumstances, having known Harvey -
about a number of features which wi e I a splendid example of civic. enterprise, I so long and so intimately I will Notice powder made from Royal
and the matter of erecting a building, !
: cannot take up in this issue. We car I say that he was a splendid young: man. After April 1st, 1912, all persons Grape Cream of TartarNo
+' pay this, however, that the success 01 f along the lines suggested by Mr. Rich He was an earnest, zealous, liberal leaving instruments at this office to be

the celebration and the splendid en/, ardson will be taken up at an early Christian, always ready and willing to recorded must pay for same before

thuslasim of all the people of Kissim- meeting of the Board of Trade. do his duty. I was intimate with him they will be filed for record.R. \

u' mee means much to the city and make I -- -CO" fbr many years, and found him always G. Johnston Clerk Circuit Court. No ,Alum Lime Phosphates

it i mperative that plans bO at once begun Mr. C. B. Hudson, formerly connected cheerful, hopeful, full of life and ener-
for repetition next on a with this paper had his hand cut off --- - --
"k a year gy. At the quarterly conference just r. .
in a at Fort Myers A ." "
q lah + larger scale of what was done thii s I telegram press today states that Thursday.he i is doingas before he received the injuries that .!; ;, .

.a ; r year. well as could be expected? ultimately caused his death he wag unanimously -- ----- -- - -- .

t ', ;" A GOOD EXAMPLE. Mr. Isaac Aten died at his home in elected a member of the - :i -are-very beautiful; I, but very suggestive a
Pinecastle board of stewards, and the board ex- RATHER ICY
Mr. Aten
I Thursday was an I ''of chilliness. We rather suspect;from ,.l
As an example of the spirit which uncle of the Griffins in this city and had pected much from him. We did not
the account of the storm in .1.1I
given the
A I was inspired at emokerone membeiof many friends here. The funeral wiil realize that be Would never meet withus.
the Membership committee, Dr. W. take place today, under charge of the lie would have made an effectiveand Illinois Paper Pictures Storm of I Review, that the comfort living in
Masonic order. Burial at Orlando. '
b L. Wmn, showed tne Secretary Thursday useful member. I met Harvey Sleet and Snow. I Decatur on the date in question was :
1a The fertilizer works at Orlando were pretty nearly nil. In fact, if we had
night a list of twenty-five names several times at Southern college. He Mrs D. Ferris this ,
} destroyed by fire early this morning. brought us a copy been there we rather think we should :
: k .. of substantial business men as applicants I was there the same agreeable, sweet week of the Decatur ((111. ) Daily Review 1 "
9 tj 1& for membership in the Board' Mrs. M. L. Mershon, of Gainesville, spirited boy that he was here, and the of March 21, containing an account have sought a place in proximity to a

h and a roll of checks in payment of dues, Fla., i is the guest of Mrs. C. V. Bear- president of the college spoke to me of il i illustrated with several photographs steam radiator, provided wa had sufficient
t f den this week. of the damage done by a blizzard money to afford that luxury.
t, ffi as big: as a stick of cord wood, all him and commended him highly for his .
since Other Our has We' in that city which laid the whole We have no desire to make anyone ,
secured midnight Tuesday. attention been called by Mr. manly qualities. shall miss him.
members have done equally fine work, Frank Van Agnew to an article in a He was a faithful Christian and he has HORSESand section of country under a sheet of ice 1 feel badly, but we call attention to the J JI

r Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew having kept Tampa paper in which Mr. W. J. gone to his reward. Mr. Lee. in closing and caused an immense amount of dam- I fact that on the day of the Decatur' .t

7 .. I ; the secretary busy enrolling names A.Craig C.,L.passenger speaks most traffic impressively manager of the of ( urged all young men to emulatethe age. Every telephone, and telegraphwire 1 blizzard\; the lowest temperature In Kls- "

a' I since Tueseay night meeting, and the this section. We shall print the example of Harvey. MULESI was broken. Light: and power simmee was (61 1 degrees above zero; the 'J

t re.t'of the committee having been article, with comments, next week. The funeral was largely attended by wires were put out ot com mission, and 1 sun was smiling: on the dancing waters '

y , hustling day :and night. The reports the friends of the deceased young man, the only light in the homes and hotels lor| Lake Tohopekaliga; vagrant breezes lI .
In the I
absence of the pastor the pul- was tallow candles. Hundreds of beau- j I coquetted' with the singing birds and .
: tonight at the meeting will be tremendously pit of the Methodist church will be and many beautiful floral tributes attested will be in Kissimmee on March 30th 1
f" interesting. Come along occupied next Sunday morning by a the love of those who had'known I' with a carload of A No.1 Horses' and tiful trees were destroyed. Great dam- radiant butterflies kissed the fragrant ',.t

: and hear them. .___ .:- I reyresentative of the Anti-Ssloon I Mules for sale. age was done to residences. Trains orange blossoms. Really we cannotsee .
." League.. D At the evening service Mr.J. him.The death of this young man is a Don't buy till you see them.W. and electric lines were either completely 1 why folks want to live in Decatur ?
Kuykendall will give a short stalled or greatly delayed. The when live in Sunkissed Kis
COUNTY they might
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CANDIDAES address on the subject "Struck Out!" I distinct loss to the community and a .I'
great sorrow to his devoted family. I ,pictures showing the ice-laden trees simmee.

Always ready'to do anything to help The sympathy of the entire community J. McCrackenPure _ n -_- -- "- __
-'" Lift of Those Who Qualified to Enter Kissimmee Capt. Johnson placed his out to them. I ,
goes L
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4 steamer, the Lillie, at the disposal of
q Democratic Primaries. the Village Improvement Society Wednesday The following resolutions of respect -- -------.- ---
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'] f and made three trips about were adopted on Sunday by the mem i I d i Sale I
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Continued !
; Tuesday was the last day on which the lake;?taking each time not only all off I 1 Building
Lk I candidates could pay their assessments the steamer would carry, but a barge here: of the Young: Men's Class, I ,
i' and qualify to enter ,the Democratic load of passengers beside:: The entire which Mr. Collier had.been a member: t4
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> .', 'primaries for nomination! t-P the various procneds went to the"society, and for gaift ',deat.h has summoned a, com I Louisiana "
,i ; county offices. the small sum of ten cents a large fade of the Cross to answer'to the final ; ,
JiL .1 Mr, F. W. Hill secretary of the number of folks enjoyed a delightful '' Entire Stock of .s
I I '. ,! Democratic' committee spent would roll call; and I Inasmuch as he was a .
oounty trip yjsjt! ordinarily.. cost fifty I Molasses (
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., ; yf; .,' the day in the city and was! kept busy ''entet, good and faithful soldier of the Cross, r

s 'ff answering! aup questions receiving is of the prospective entrance fees.candidates .. The track t lIrrl- m lh'- :local highschool' I therefore"Resolved;'belt, That in testimony of our| Men's Clothing to be Closed Out

flowing |ist g f (hope wfco :
i \ aua] which atteuded the meet at lose we tender the family of our deceased I 7
9ed3* Rollins college made a most creditable classmate our heartfelt sympa- Jams and Jellies ,
; 1 ', Stat! Senate-A. E. Donegan, L. C. showing, especially in view of the fact thy in their deep affliction; that a copy ,
'. l+Jksse)'. that this i is the first time' they have of this resolution be sent to the famIly'and < j
ch ;' :,' Representative-H. Clay Stanford. ever entered such' a contest. Lacy also be printed in the papers. I Here is your chance ,for
'. Clerk of the Court-John L. Over- Johnston took second place in the 440,
street. Elmer Stute third in the mile, and "LLOYD *EBOUT. i ;t
;t Sheriff-L. -H. Ingram. Lester Alford third in the 220 givingthe "ELMER"EARL Buzzx.SOUDERS I Dibble & Son SPRING AND SUMMER
r 1 Tax Assessor-W.., L. Barber, C. local team fourth place, out of six I
r 'q Buekels R. T. Butler. schools contesting. The team had only "Committee. | Broadway .. /,
'2' Tax Collector-C. L. Bandy. two weeks of practice and went against The deceased was 22 years of age at $8.50 values, $6.98 $10.00 values, $7.98
t Prosecuting Attorney-H. D. Geiger. schools which have been contesting for the time of his death. His former. I

9"p A Treasurer-H., ,C., Miller. S. .I.. Lup- years. $12.50 values,' $9.98
fer: $15.00 values, $10.98 $20.00 values, $13.98
: County Judate-T,. M., Murphy, Geo. '

e '. Parker. Registrstion-rC. W. I Union Center I"0 GARDNER cS ELLIS

e c L. jlrifllru Supervisor1' of. REAL BARGAIN IN CLOTHING '

lay Superintendent of Public Instruction ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSWe
,_W. J. Sears R. D., Guice. Last Friday morning as the carpenters ,
County Cornmlnlon.r-Distrlc No. were starting their day's work on

i, E. Lesley, J. K. Hlliiard; No. 2, E. Mr. Ira Wetherbee's house the scaffold Guarantee our House-wiring; to CHAS. W. '
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: i L., ,D., Overstreet,' Raymond Lanier; broke,'lettinK three ,of them fall. ;:Pass all Insurance. Inspection._ DANNVOTE
No. S, Ackles Bass; No. 4, O. R.:Bass,
R. E..WIIUa;.No. 6, W F. Walker, W. James Bratton received slight injuriesand FIXTUgROUR ,
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ,
t Si * - Mr Dash was burt quite badly -- ----
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Count School Board-District No. 1, Mr. Buzbee'elnjuries were'more' serious SPECIALTY mmm* mo i *mmH** ammmm mmmmmii mmm i mm ./

fc '.I .. Walter C. Bass, Frank. :. Collier; No. for- In falling his left shoulder <- FOR For County Judge, I
2. G. W. Overstreet, P. G.: Cromartle
k E.. E. Brown; No;8, W. W.' Chandler, struck on the edge of a mortar box = .
John H. Balsden. breaking: and crushing: the bones and

Executive 'Commlttee-DI.tric No. dislocating; the shoulder Mr. Funk ,

i 1, R G. Johnston,'Roma Thomas; No. was summoned and soon took'them to A ,
2.--" -J No., 8, W. L.-Campbell;
No. 43.. ....John.tonj.'No. 6. YoungTindall town in his'auto, where''they received
; No. a.,J. M. iLfonedoca.' No. 7, proper attention.' Messrs.,Bratton and ti
Cool! .
: Dau ; No.A 8,">V;:. 'W. Hill, S. J. Dash have ',resumed their work this Gentlemen, Keep i* f
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/ Triplett,," : : week, though they still feel the bad effects '

Crawford.. Member of State d Committee: B. of their fall, but Mr.:Butbee will in'a Wash Suit of the new ,t.,

y.7, be unable to work: 'for several weeks. tfI
Raime Cloth '
(For County Commissioner. Very early: last:Saturday morning a
r t the MllelUtloa of friends I hereby nonnee -11tha
y.yt At my
''t ti5r .. that I em c n ,, nluloBer from the tint. DIMrlot Oooeoie Mr E..L. Green :1q
.w Arnold and two sons, .
"' eou.U. elected. ,I will endeavor to do my .
du,. ., all tlm**.", J. K. BILLIARD. and .Robe ft'Smith arrived at LaleBreeze. ; and with the Arrow Brand ' ,

,- ., They were in time to see old ,
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." For'County Coitlmlssloner.t Sol" raise his smiling face above the Soft, Madras Shirt .'

!. .4ttha aoltoltaUon. of many Mend and rotn horizon and enjoyed the.view across the with detachable collars
I bar decided to booms a oandldaia for v_
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,T.-
, Count from th* Second ilia- water nry.much., 1
I: vim.. ,If pommtssloeer.1 /do mr roll dn',. Burokhalter. and little eon Jo drove out
BAYMOKp v. LAMKH.t .
: .. .. .'. in the afternoon in time to see the fishermen NobbyStraw Hats "

rr; ', land with their generous catch.
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For' Supervisor of'- Registration.'t Mr. Ira Wetherbee .received the news in plain and split straws I 4 ;,,'
nnonn'ee; esndldne for
i hereby mM-lf a
:r''ii'.:;., Mi eleetlon to the oats of Buperrlnor of RftglitratloB. this week of the death of his aged
k ,and wJU appreoiste tbe.uppo rtof my mother at her home, in Pennsylvania. .I.
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0. WIVPIN:
'tJ .friends. --::-,:: '" She was 'over 91 years-of age, and was We. are right in step with fashion I ... .. .

For, County Commissioner. surprisingly well and active until shortly not a tick of the clock behindKafz's.

' '. 1 A. '; aodtd..foP'. reUileeUon''M':: { County prevlous'to her death, which was the T. M. MURPHY

OommlMloner the support nom District of the voter No. r. and of ihle will dl lpo.. result of a stroke of paralysis.Mr. JOHN CUAWFORD ai i

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CIOC'M the future
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re.141C!' d. I .
the p.e" us.my bert effort to keep 0.0-11 Fed Harvey who has been Candidate for the office of .'
In the front rank of the sIv. eountiee at Wbittier. visiting his uncle FOR
4)1 Florid. ,. prom. .LB81.E0; teaching : . I "
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1' ':'-1';; ," ,"G: B; Lawson; H --- :NATIONAL COMMITTEEMANA C01.JNTY. JUDGE "

Fof"Executlve( Committeeman*' V Mr., F. H.: Lawson and daughter, : I of ,Osceola, County ;

I em a.tendldate for''Demooratte Ex.esUv.Camminesmaa'trei Miss ,Kffie!: and, Mrs.! B'askins were \ Subject to Democratic ''PrimaVyof
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''1 1.r;r eoJI\ ,I& 'tha Precinct ropport/f MOo U>.I.anerr yo& r.oreo&l pleasantly entertained at Oaklawni;,, the' .I young progressive Democrat April;30th. \' : ,J
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March, 29. 1912 ( \ '
GAZETTE
THE K1SSMMEE VALET 1.
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The,Klsslmmee Yalleu Gazette Parasols and Piques for'"the Summer Crochet Pique and Moire Handbags .
Girl at Kats'., ''I3-tf at KaU'. 13-tT
TEL_PNONI NO. U. ... .
Mr*. E.: L.: Chapman Loughman, ,!"Boone's Straight" and "08Ce a'' t

PUBLISHED; EVERY FRIDAY is spending today in. the city shopping. Best 5, cent cigars. Box trade solicited.. I e

'w. -HY- Mr; Larry L. Pope of Loughman, 10-tf LakeO"em >
s. HAAAIB.
? watjn the city Tuesday and Wednesday .The new bread food Sweet Potato Villa :
Flour.! Send lOc In stamps for trial .
ase si..awi..naasaWeather enjoying celebration, festivities. package. A. F. Spawn. Kissimtee' .,. ... ,

Remember that Wednesdsy A.prU'1at. F .. .
Report 1 1ol1owlng is the day a committee will count the .
r beans and tell who is entitled to the If you have property you desire to .- ..\ fljlii
sell Buckels Kate's store
chocolate see C. ,over I, .
in .
set
the window Mrs. 11
at .
He has had fifty-one experiencein \.' ...
Pearce's, J4.lt years -- . .-....,- --- -- .--... ".
are theaily'tem-. Florida, .and knows what the people '

peratures and precipitation as ,. A, Sheppe of Chicago J. R. Sullivan want. 60-tf" Your visitf> to Folrida is incomplete unless \ .

.reported' by the Government Atlanta, Ga.. and Wm. M. Lewis Messrs. J. E. Weckler, Jr., W S. this. ', ,: ,
station at Klsslrotnee for the of Kissimmee are registered at the Nickles and G. B. Sharp, have just you see

week ending Mar. 28, 1912. Hill house.-Fort Meyers Press.If completed the building of a launch to .

used in the business. These
be fishing S i
MAX YIN GAIN choice, and you are particular, ".
phone 186 for and dispatch. gentlemen have associated themselves <"\
Friday . . .. 88 68 .. Will call and make accuracy estimates from your together under the firm name of the . t m41

Saturday . .. 88 :67 own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer Kissimmee Fish Co., and will begin Spend a day in .the lake 'region among the hills. 1TTT

Sunday. . . . 84 65 .28 and) Interior Decorator. Box 139. 6-t( operation next week at Lake; Hatch- '" : .

Monday.- 57 . C. Buckels, over Katz's store, has neha. 'I ,

Tuesday. . ... 80 48 .. ,had fifty-one years experience in FlorIda Ii
Wednesday . 82 57 .. and knows what kind of property The Bartow district. conference of }
people want. If have to self, the M tbodllt'church met in Uartow
you any
Thursday , . 82 61 .... .
see him; it will pay you. Wtf this'week, beginning on Wednesday. "I
After The conference will close Sunday night. --
4 April let, parties leaving deeds
-- - - -- -- st this office to be recorded must pay The opening sermon was preached by
"""" "" for same before they are recorded.R. Rev. H. T. Gaines, of the First
pastor
G. Johnston, Lake Gem Land
of this Some Companiy :
Methodist church city.
IIi i Clerk of Circuit Court. 14-2t t+
i !: LOCAL FIELD. fifty ministerial delegates and a number ,. l
A sample of alfalfa raised on the .
of were present.Vote
delegates
lay
Tues J. E. MATTOCKS, Pres. &'. Manager
i prairie was brought tq.the city
It In for Geo. F. Parker reelectionfor .
day. as fine as
was ever
ww "' """" """" """" grew KISSIMMEE '
14-5t FLA.
Kansas, where this form of clover has County Judge. e ;
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Register now. made thousands rich. Mr. B B. Hall and wife and daughter

responsible Eloise of Grand Ledge, Mich., are ... 1
Mr. S. S. Jenkins, who holds a ,
Those new Cluett soft shirts with ; the carnival with Mr.
position with the United visiting' during
soft detached collars at Katz'. 11-tf .
States Gypsum Co., of Chicago, is and Mrs. John Walter and Mr. and - . --- ---- ---- i i
Vote for Geo. F. Parker,. reelectionfor Miss Eloise is an
spending a day or so in the city visit- Mrs. C. W. Fleming.
County, Judge. 14-51 ing his friend. Mr. S: B. Aultman. accomplished musician, having been instructor t

Mrs. Swarti and her daughter, Miss in that department of the
Isabel, attended the celebration in this Free! A pair of 26-cent hose with Michigan Agricultural' College at
Next Easter
every pair' of shoes worth $3 to $5, or a May See You
city thin week.A. 10 or 15-cent,pair with all shoes under Lansing, Mich. They have" been spend. :
*3. This offer is good for men's wom- ing the winter at Eustis, Fla. 4
H. Speir, of Kissimmee, has recently en's and children's shoes. Lawson's ..y
been visiting his brother, K. B. Cash Store next door to Poetof lce. IStf Married at Dania, Florida, Thusday, .
Speir.-Plant City Courier. the twenty-first of March, in St. John's .
Mrs. Dr. W. C. Person and Mrs.
Episcopal Church, Miss Margaret Hawthorne ..ijvj
Florida Tomato for plants sale. of Theo.best Bandy varieties, N. Kis-for Scott, of Orlando, attended the cele Bryan, daughter of.Mrs. James 4r r with little or no sight if you do not take care of .
bration this week. They were the and the late lion. J. M. .
reimmee. Itpd Milton Bryan -' your eyes now. Poor sight doesn't work itself off i
while in this of the familyof
guests city Bryan, and sister of United States ,
Vote County for Geo.Judge.F. Parker, reelectionfor 14-Gt Mr. W B. Makinson.Mrs. Senator Nathan P. Bryan and the late like a cold. It gets worse with neglect. Have..

J. G. Gottwalles and daughter, United States Senator, William James examine your eyes for glasses that will surely aid
House dresses reduced from $7.CO to Miss Edna, have been in the city this Bryan, to Mr. Robert Marshall Price,
few left. Lawson's M you. The glasses cost little. Make
$5.60. Only a your eye; an. .
14-It week on the way te their home at of Miami and Vlralnia.-Coat: of Arms. :
Cash Store. Mulberry, after an extended visit to $. Easter gift which will benefit you the rest of your
The largest and prettiest line of Mr. J. L. Moon left Tuesday for v ;
relatives in South Carolina. life.
Men's Shirts ever' shown in Kissimmeeat Atlanta, Ga, where he expects to. ,
Katz'. 11-tf Cluny Laces with matching Insertions make his future home. The family 'i
in 3 widths, much used for L5N5e5 . t?,
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Mr. O. B. Howse, of Ocala, was attending dresses and underwear, 5 and cents a will first visit the son and brother, Rev.J. ,. .
to business matters here this yard, worth double the money. I ILawlOn's Lawton Moon at Fort Meade, and n

week. Cash Store. 14-lt will follow later. However Mr. Moon .
leaves with the assurance that he will
We regret to report a few days Mrs. W. T. Crawford and two chil- see us all again next winter. Kis- Jeweler and #

.- illness of "Nebraska" Johnson but we dren arrived on Wednesday from Cairo, simmee's loss of this good family will C A. COLE : ,
hope he will soon be O. K. Ga. for a months visit to her' parents, be Atlanta's gain. t

teen Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner and other .- Uptometnsts
has
Mrs. Eames, of Ashton, relatives In the The condition of Dr. C. I.. Hyatt,
visiting her sister, Mrs.. GeOf N. city. who has been ill for several weeks with

Saunders this week.. Mr. Moses Folsom, editor of the St. pneumonia contracted while on a visitto 1

"A-No. 1," the most famous trampin Cloud Tribune, was a pleasant caller at Georgia, is very much improved.

America, was in Kissimmee on Wednesday the Valley Gazette office on Wednes He has been pronounced out of danger ---
day. He has been in St. Cloud about his and is
for a few hours.! by attending physicians
two weeks, though be has formerly gaining strength quite rapidly. This -
Mr..S. U.. Wilsen, Tax Assessor of been there for some months at a time. : will be good news, to his hundreds of .. '. .

Volusia after business county matters spent yesterday in this city looking Mr. C. L..Parkin, of Goodhue, Minn., friends who have anxiously' | awaitedthe : .

was a' caller at the Valley' Gazette' outcome of his illness.\ , .. '
!1 Smoke "Boon,,', '.,Straight" and - '
office Wednesday.. lie came with the Mr. and M'r.. S. W. Thornton, who
better. Made in
eeoIL" None
"O
'
Kissimmee. 10-tf Hunter Land Company excursion on have been spending the past several

work done at the Cash Store Friday, and is spending) brae days in weeks In Kissimmee, will leave next the Title Good ? : ;

Jewelry Any Shop, next door to po tomce, this city, with the thought of investing Sunday for their home at Kearney,
If fully guaranteed. P. G. White. 2-tf in an improved property here. Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton are delighted

Mrs. M. E. Marsh came up from I Mr. C. W. Ward left last night for with Kissimmee and have pur- '1'J \
Cuba to short time chased a home here, to which they will ,
Tampa Tuesday to spend while with II Havana. spend a
the (family of her son, Mr. L. M. seeing the sights.: He will return herein return next October and become per. Is the main question and should always be answered I / "
manent residents.By .
'
a few days, and will take passage on
Marsh.
'I April 26th, for Switzerland. Mr. Ward his prompt action on Thursday by a disinterested authority. The '

Mrs. L. M. Marsh Fndar,lldre were was accompanied to Cuba.by Mr. Hop. night Dr. J. C. Moore prevented what .
down to Haines City horning to '
kins, of Chicago. might have been a very serious fire.

who remain la at over work Sunday near with that Mr.place.Marah, In order to avoid striking a girl who The blaze originated in the Williams Title Guaranty: Co.
,
was standing in the street Wednesday boarding in the rear of the Osceola .
Cash For Ten Acre Contracts: Mail Mr. D. M. Wilson turned his auto l') armacy. Dr. Moore saw it and
township and section number, purchase without waiting to turn in an alarm "" 9
the which driven
price De Land.and Fla.amount paid to Box 14-tpd 607, by against$r. Clyde car Nelson. was No being one was injured put the fire out. -It had gotten a good will search and examine the title to. the land.'which' .
'
and the damage to the ear was start and in a little while would have you: !y
Lost-A gold bar pin with Greek slight. threatened whole block. are about to purchase, in Osceola'Countyorelse: ;

J' ,'' letters.the W. Makinson Finder will Co.please store return} and receive to- Mr. George Ogden, of Orange Center, The Brownies Orchestra gave their where in Florida, ,,; and"if found to be,goodwill .:Guarantee , ,

suitable reward. 14-ltpd. yesterday transacting businessin annual concert on Monday night at the loss *
,
spent against "
by
you reosoti of:mortgages :hens
School Auditorium. A large audience .. ;
Remnants of dress goods, ribbons, this city. Mr. Ogden states that .' ' ..
q j S 'etc. Not many of them but all an the growers of that thriving section enjoyed the splendid program. The unpaid taxes and adverse claims.It j
real bargains.. Lawson Cash Store. have organized: under the name of the orchestra numbers were all played in a
l It is our business to
Orange Center Planters Protective manner betokening skillful training on ,protect our clientsjand patrons

"v Wanted-Pupils to tutor. Latin or Association, of which he Is the secre : the part of Mr Brown, the leader, and against investments in sere'erfect:tUes We" ,
mathematics preferred; Greek if de- tary. the solo and duet selections were up to . accomplish '. .",, '

,Jlinckley.sired. Miss'Orlando Sears Ave., horn -of 14-tpd E. L. In view of the recent narrow escapes. the high standard of the performers, this by a thorough search. of the.[records 'and ,'

... from "serious automobile accidents who are well known In this city for it'
the Issue of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certifi.. i
and'Mrs. R. D. Fuller order their muslclanly qualities.Mr. .
\Mr. came up Mayor Stanford has issued- an '

from Winter Haven to enjoy our that the speed ordinance must be strictly and Mrs. H, D. Geiger, who .. cafe of Title. .. .f

carnival festivities and renew old. ac enforced hereafter. With.the completion : were'married last week at the home of .I t i v, '
quaintances.' -, of the streets, which Tie Title Guarantee Company does General! Abstract Batiiets l.r..I..1 tie "
.' .... paved the bride in Apopka, and have since .... a Slate of Florida _
Vote for Geo.,Parker. ; re-election' make speeding so easy, this is very been visiting relatives ,in Georgia, Abstracts to City sad County Property Bade and delivered. .n'snort wtieej'' '". ., ;
7 .for County Judge. 14-6t Important.Mr. arrived In Kissimmee Wednesday ,. "

,.c pt.! ,'Jno." ,A. Blackwell and family C. E. Bannon was painfully, but evening and were met at the train by a Ii I

,I motored in from Ashton on Wednesdayand not seriously injured Wednesday, when party, of young people who welcomed \. /< ;'

. spent the day. .enjoying the celebration he was struck by a car dnven by Mr. them with a shower of. nee. They are '
,
Nelson. Mr. Bannon bad now at home at the Prentis cottage,
festivities. Clyde cranked
,
.
K his and stepped to one side when West Kissimmee which' was recently '
.: The regularmeetl c ,of St., Johns the moving car car struck him. He stated purchased by the groom for the reception TITLE GUARANTY i CO. fr
Guild will meet at the home of Mrs S. of his bride.
that hs was partly to blame for theaccident.
iH. Bullock ,on. Tuesday afternoon,
.' here d
Real estate opportunities are h
f April 2, at ,3 p. m. .
. ... 4 .
and they are knocking at the door of "
.
The negro, J. W. Thompson,, who. The usefulness of the Valley Gazetteas
every man, but they are not going to
was arrested last week on a charge'of a medium of publicity for this sec break down the door and go in after. Capital Stock $100,000.00.-.' :

arson, has been bound over to the tion of Florida continues to grow and the sleeping man: He who would avail ,
term of court. enlarge. Besides a, number of subscriptions .'
spring himself of.these opportunities must CARROLL D. JUDSON President EDWARD
from'various sections of the A. NASH Secretary; : 5

__ You name are, not is on qualified the registration to'vote books.until United States, we have received this grasp waiting them for'now the, for sameto,there- come are others,their _.:_ ..h _ V. R.JUDSON!! (,,Treasurer. "rOOMER & REYNOLDS, Ce .-Cosawl I. . --._" :." "
;
your weeln>ne from'Calcutta, India, a ,done i .
See Supervisor Griffin at once and attend from Alta, Canada way. ri .:

'. to this matter. W care pleased to note that Dr. C. for Sale I Home Offices Bisbee Building Jacksonville Fla.

Dr. Tbomason removed his office from L. Hyatt has so far recovered from his No. 229-A very desirable 4-room ( .'

the Rivers Building; on Thursday of recent serious illness as to be able to cottage, located within one block of Branch Office; Kissimmee: Fla. ; ,

this week.. :The office will hereafter beat ride out in an automobile He was out Osceola county court house, in best res- ,o -. - .... ,.

Dr.'Thomason'B, residence." yesterday, afternoon for the first time idence section !of city., Rouse Is new, /. \

,In publishing a list of the' delegates and''' the'' pleasant smiles ,and. happy celled throughout; city water;' lot' 73x LEWIS O'BRYAN =; '_-. ', -.. Manager Kissimmee;'Branch ; ; t.
.. 'to the National Drainage Congress' at greetings which be received from'',, his 1471 feet. Price' $1,260. ;Let as show 't : ;

s. New Orleans the name of 'Mr.: Chas.W. .. host offlendsshould. ,luaterlally.aid. this, cottage., H.,M.'Breaker & Co.' ',' ( . ,,

1 ., Inadvertently omitted. his convalescence. 4 '... 'e 13-tf"
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THE lilS81MMEE V VALLEY GAZETTE j March,29.1012
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_ :. :i;: et : /. AT MISLEADING STATEMENT St. Cloud ,.'Eau WOULD Gallie Paper BE-.Urges A., BENEFIT the Importance -' 4 TRAINS FROM. THE. WEST 4 .1




; j. r< In Regard to the-Negro School Population of '. Mr Lamsone, -who has spent several of Making a Road betweenthe -VIA---- --- '

\, weeks in St. Cloud with his friend, Mr,' Cast Coast and Kissimmee.

: Florida Corrected. ? Hart, on Carolina ave., left on Wednesday That this section of the east coast is : <

. \ ., . ....- for his home in Neligh, Neb. greatly handicapped by the fact that ATLANTIC COAST"Dixie LJN n

: num1 er.. The figures are: ''White The ladies of'the Baptist churoh held there are no,roads running across the

i 29.589:38, negro counties 44,460.Pincllas Page is 438.counted a bazar ,in the G. A. R. hall on Tuesday, state east and west is certain'. Kis
In : ( .
.,1> with Hillsboro) the white school population March 20th. They had some very nice simmee and its neighboring towns in a .Flyer" :"Seminole Limited"! ;

w ./ a t exceeds the negro.: The figures fancy articles and all kinds of Root i thickly settled ,and fertile section of .

,,0;:" are, white 90,754, negro white 41,727.than which things to eat, and they were favored this state are only about forty ''miles "South Atlantic Limited" -
with by-Mrs. Potter and Miss
children. Shall this multitude of white songs ..,
+| children'1) <1eprlved of the many benefits Buchanan and piano selections by Miss' go to Kisaimmee by auto. or.with other ''

.", and advantages and their parents Emery. Quite a nice sum was raised vehicle that must follow the roads a "Montgomery Route- ;

1 the great economy and money saving for the benefit of the new church.Mr. trip something like, .three times the real
'ft
rtl : or the free book system? We say not.Give distance. must bo traveled. Through Pullman Cars from Chicago St. Louis, Cincinnati Indianapolis, Grand
white child a chance.
every C. C. Clark returned to St. Cloud
But what shull.be done for the white the past week and is back at his old We believe that this difficulty Is being Rapid, Cleveland Louisville Nashville ,Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville.
children in the counties where the overcome new, and hope to see at leasta
I outnumber them? For their stand in tile Seminole Pharmacy.; Their I DINING
.' ;.. i negroes good dirt road from Melbourne to Kis- OAR SERVICE''I
': protection and for the protection of all, many friends are glad to have Mr. and I 'I:
of simmee in the near future. This will Fo'r further information call or write to ',I
i we are in favor of the enactment a Mrs. Clark again.At 1 on
law that will invent the county school among\ be of great benefit to all inland towns W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent, Kissimmee. Fla., .','

1 l. boards with sufficient discretion to enable the city election held in St. Cloud to.the. west of us, and all towns along; ,
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent 1
'" tnem to operate the free book sys- on Tuesday, March 26th! the following this 'part of Indian river will proht by Tampa Florida. < :
tem to it to local condition Ii '
adapt
110 an
Head these figures based upon the officers were elected : Mayor, H. Col- such a road. 3 3dl000pt

4l '. Florida school census of 1910 (State vin ; Clerk, John J. Johnston ; Marshal, In talking with Mr G. W. Hopkins, -- .

Superintendent's last biennial report W. N. Wood ; Council one year, Mr. who owns an extensive area of land on .i

l j pages 443, 444, 445.) Francher; Council two years Captain the west side of the St. Johns river, >Ot
the chart class there 41,380
Above arc :
more white.than negro children enrolled! Frost and Dr. Pope; Treasurer J. J. and is also a member of the firm of the C. A. CARSON J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFER. "

in all the grades. Exact figures, white Cummings; Tax Collector, G. W. Wood- Union Cypress Company, who areereetiug' PrMldent, Vlo.Pra.ident. s-tu7"

{ .h ;, : 73,948, negro 42562. ard. a large mill at Melbourne: and build-
r' : A. M. C. RUSSELL
: In the higher branches 21,515 more ing a railroad from that town across
,'. Mr. A') E. Drought and wife and little
whites than Exa t figures,
I t Candidate for State Superintendent of negroes. the St Johns river, over which they
white 24,745! negro 3,230. daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Doop drove KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
'' Y Public Instruction. From the above figures one can read- to Runnymede and took dinner on Sun- will transport their timber to the mill, ,
ily see that in only the chart class do I he suggested that Osceola county and
' t : ; ,,f4 In the newspaper advertising of one the negroes equal or exceed the whites.In day last. Hrevard should now take some steps to
," the candidates for State Suptrin ten- Hernando county, where the free Mr. R. Zimmerman who has been
on miles
I i.. complete this road, of which many
dent the following statement:
appears book has been in operation
t1 system a Rough and Dressed c.
the sick list for few weeks with
84 cent of the white a a are now in first-class shape the one obstacle -
MR. RUSSELL'S K RE$ TEXT BOOKS. twenty years per
and only 66 percent of the negro school bad cold, is able to be out again. heretofore being the crossing of
r %l Free 1s !good! But how will free children enrolled. This completely
are the St. Johns river. Mr. Hopkins sug-
1. II. Peck and wile, from Cerro Gor-
t + books for the 104,877 negro children refutes the unwarranted assumption PINE LUMBER
, I i'4 be provided? (See page 3'J-:! last that "if the negro can (according to law) do, 111., have, just arrived and are stopping ; gests that with very little expense their
X' .. School report for number of Negro get his books free-he will beon hand" at the New St. Cloud hotel. railroad bridge could be utilized for that

''I children.) Who loses if free text books are adopted pnrpose. This would not interfere with
Why, we white taxpayers will ? School bookS publishers and their The Bailey restaurant on Pennsylvania the trains over the rord, he thinks as
't' have to supply them, just as we ure henchmen in Florica. Who wins? The
,' \ avenue has closed up for the sum-
$ now burdened with the negro'seducation. resident patrons of the public schools.I only two trains will be run, one in the I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYXiocaoooeoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocooo

E And believe me, if the ask a "square deal" for my plat- mer. morning and one in the evening.

'I. negro can, (according to law) get form, which was not given when the Mrs. Hanscom and Mrs. Wheeler from Mr. Hopkins thinks that if the coun-
z i his books freehe will be on hand. effort was made to make voters believe .
Columbia ave., were Kissimmee visitorson ties of Osceola and Brevard would ap-
'e "Page 392 last school report for number that the negro school population of
road from that of
the taxes
-
ti of negro school children," does not Florida is 101,877. Wednesday. ply part -

z' contain a statement of the present State uniformity with free textbooksis Monday evening a number of the Ep- these counties traversed by this road, it .Nf..............................................................
+t number of negro children in Florida. altogether a different and better thing could be made passable at once. This
The statement cited says: 'Schoolap- than state uniformity with the "pay worth Leaguers met at the home of would seem to be a good plan if that i WHAT IT MEANS _
'ulatlon ((6 to 21)) estimated from Florida book" system, which i is 4 now in opera Miss Sarah Spellenberger, on Michigan
i i Census of 1905, white 136,773, negro tion. My position is simply this, I am ave., to give her a surprise and farewell particular part of the taxes could be twevQahank Many people of little dr not or know uo capital what a.,Bank'a i,1 one with Capital:large In for capital.. or the l dlffaranoa be-
w 104877." The writer waaquoting from in favor of all laudable means and and applied for that purpodt', especially as
: an ESTIMATE ONLY of the negro school methods that will lessen the cost of party, a very pleasant evening was these properties have been paying laxes j A UANK'B CAPITAL AND SURPLUS CI.
1 ,I population supposed to have been in books and insure the success and use- spent. Mr. and Mrs. Spellenberger and I. th. fund that prolerla the dt>|M>nltoni from lo*., therefore the larger It !I. the
with little benefit to
for or no ....
years b. I bin bank ban a
the dttpohllora
protection
t Elorida SEVEN YEARS AGO. Don'tb fulness of the free book daughter, Miss Sarah, left on Tuesdayfor greater ;
system.
that section of the counties. ('aplt.lol .. .. . . .. ... ....'111.000< HI I e
.footed. Soliciting the vote and active supportof their home in South Brownsville 2 Hnrploa lund of --------7.Mie! 00htoci.boldera' i
i The report referred to above says on every honorable Democrat who is in We hope that a concerted action between liability AO.OOO 00 ,
Pa. Their friends to
1 I '.; nag 438: "School population ((6 to 21)) favor of giving all white children an them leave the many community.regret see the twojcounties] may be brought 1 A total of ... . .. .. Ir.f7.60fl: 00

"' .y' from Florida census" of 1910, white equal educational opportunity, I remain about and the road built in the near fu This rneann that we before" our depoallon oould loaa'ag
( 125 343. negro 86187. Yours truly, Miss Ula Truxell who has been Tbla la YOUp2So00.0o
1 ?, These; totals show overwhelmingly in quiteill ture. As we understand it, there is eent. protection
A. M. C. RUSSELL, at the home of her uncle on Carolina few miles the immediate vi- e0e
EM, favor of the free text book system for only a in \ STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE
b the white children of Florida. Give Candidate for State Superintendentof ave., is able to be out again.Dr. .cinity of the St. Johns river that is nota .
white child chance. Public Instruction subject to the S -
vary a ,
l ' '. In only nine counties does the negro Democratic primaries. C. M. Bowles, of Altoona, Pa, fairly good road now, so practicallyall J KlttBVBIIWtMKK. fil0r'110A. % ,: '

5.i, S r school population exceed the white in Brooksville, Fla., Mar. 21, 1912. was a St. Cloud visitor on Monday and that will be needed is the completionof \ O. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEE N'. .. CARSON s
W is much pleased with the place. the bridge and the railroad grade 2 Pr..ldenl. Vlcv-Prealdent Caahlar

through the marsh. -..aaNNtNNNNNNMNNNaNM...
: ;r '- "Give Every White Child ,a Chance"13It Capt. S. J. Scriber had a card from .

Center ----- -- .
News.
his friend Columbus Penn, who left St Orange ------ - - -

,. Cloud about two weeks ago for his homein Orange Center Fla., Mar. 26, 1912.

t' ,'.1II Neligh, Neb., saying he found twelve The settlers of this vicinity met at
inches of snow on the level and the Long Distance
2:30 o'clock this afternoon to
::1 ". GILBERT'S THE PLACE mercury sixteen degrees below zero, adjournment: and completed, pursuant the organization Advertising Phone 296

r Gents' Furnishings, Dry Goods. a Complete Line of Shoes. and wishes he were back in St. Cloud. of'an association for the protection -

t Nice line of Embroidery Flouncing Best line of Dress Ginghams Mrs. Anna Peckham has opened a of the fruit and. trucK growers of the i
is
7 75e<< to $1.25 at 10 cents grocery store on Virginia ave., between this vicinity. saying right thing ;

F.axons at 15 to 25o yd. Calico at 5c yd. 12th and 13th streets The association will be known as )' : I\
..' the right time r <: ; ;
r A. S. GILBERT. NORTH KISSIMMEE "The Orange Center Planters' Protective \
Marsh
Mrs G. Florida Is
on
,. avenue Association," with headquarters at
in the
quite ill at this writing. right way
Orange Center, and shall be for the ,

Messrs. John A. Nevling and J. J. absolute protection of the stockholders. .
We make a soecialty of planning preparing
Shirk, of Tyrone, Pa., were in St. Cloudon The association was capitalized at : literature and conducting campaigns for

Monday, looking over their holdings. $5,000. divided into 2,000 shares at $2.60 Land Companies, Boards of Trade Munici-

< THINK THIS OVER They were much pleased with our Won- per share. Quite a number of shares palities and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN .

l e _IIIII. der City. were sold on the spot and many others

f i''A cordial invitation! extended to those Mr. Pinkham has been called away by subscribed for.

t i people who want to save money in buying the death of his son at Lake Superior, The association elected officers for ADVERTISERS ,
but will the unexpired term of one year, said
Michigan return to St. Cloud. .
$', ,,I i Furniture Mattresses Beds term to expire Dec. 31st, 1912. Following TAMPA FLORID *
Baptismal services were conducted at
\ are the names of the officers elected
I Tables Curtains Bed Linens the lake last Sunday afternoon by Rev.
President W. A. Vice
: Spence ; .. . . ..
- ,
f;, .;. everything for the home. Frank Kenney, pastor of thy Christian President E. P. Walling ; Secretary, I -- ;
.. ,
church.
;, ? G'eorJ1e'Ogden; ; Treasurer, Theron H. r.

4' r THE 'Mr. A. J. Court has moved his meat Keen ; Manager, G. W. Spahr ; Inspector -
CARSON & BASS '
": market from the Peckham building on Harry O. Gilchrist; Board of DI- Z. BARAGER

NEW FURNITURE STOREs New York avenue to the Penn building rectors, W. A. Spence, Geu. Blackman, '."

; ; .. ; on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue John Hewins, James Boyle and Geo. A. Practical Painting


._ ,'i: :. %;:r'"" l ",BUY,, FOR CASH'' WE SELL FOR CASH and Eleventh street. Branscome.The president. proceeded to call a special All Work Guaranteed WALL PAPERPaper j

'. :t ''f 1 We can furnish your home at a price that will AGED MAN DIES meeting of the board of directors Hanging andDecorating .' N

,1 j IJ; tor Saturday March 22d, at 2:30 o'clock, Wall Papering, Decorating Specialty .
astonish A cash store that's why. ,
'Ii. you. ,
\ ; .
:
f : i" t also a special meeting of the stockholders Sign Writing
'., EVERYTHING NEW Passes Soon After His Arrivalin Window Shades, etc. '\f
'lff "ly; ;"): Away for the Saturday following that

{i ( t This Gty. of the board of directors, meaning Sat- Pleasut Kissimmee Fla. Barlow's Horse and t..

: Clayton & Godwin urday, March 30th, at the usual hour. AnD :
The funeral of Mr. Jacob Rowe was s uWood's 'Cattle Powders and i iI f
J The meeting was' then adjourned to
r conducted by Rev. H. T. Gaines, pastor meet above mentioned.We Ppultry Food : : : .
':JI 'DICKERSON BUILDINGs as 4
;
:
of
the Methodist church on Tuesday I .'
, \ make this Association --
hope to
;:' a ;
/ 1, ', morning. Mr. Rowe had been in this DROUGHTS BLDG. ..9
/i'4\ success, as other organizations in the
.. :;. <* city but a few days at the time of his NEW'YORK AVE. '
'\ - --" death. state have done and also affiliate with ',,,I
,
: f;lJ Mr. Jacob Rowe was born in Union the "Florida Citrus Exchange" whichwe Seeds St. Cloud; Fla.. 1.1:1:
;;,+lJ'I.' :: HOTEL RDHNYMEDH would like to see consolidated with ,
; 'I. county, Pa., on June 19th, 1835, and 'list
&
" i ?r', ....yaM4.,Florida died at Kissimmee Fla., on March 2&th, the "Truck Growers Exchange" that For 1912. : .
f 31'; ; ; Up-to-date beautifully located we have been informed is in existence.In "
\ '\ 1912, aged 76 years, 9 month and 6 days. . ,
Our New
i .I' Artesian Water Tennis and Croquet conclusion let me suggest that Descriptive Catalog
; ; .y Grounds,'good him ting, fish- He was baptised on Aug. 3d, 1835, and everyone in the good old State of Flor. is fully up-to-date, and tells all fORS: t

.'!,: ''J' : "if.i : '. Jjig modern,and country boating hotel' A,overlooking flm-class Hotel l will be closed joined the Lutheran church at Salem, ida get on your' thinking cap and boost about tho best.. HORIDA I REAL ESTATE f SAIf..w
? { 'PL. on Nov. 12th. 1859 and remaineda
i'i'-r: ;;' East .Tobopekaliga Lake. Good for the season for and help make the Exchange a Garden and I Beautiful winter borne sites situatedin .
4 1 6; ::., food cooking and beds. Table April IS faithful member until death. stronger association, as it will benefit the Lake Region of Florida. I.
: .'err .. ,/:board $5 per week;rooms from $2 He was unitea in marriage to Hannah every grower in the state, whether of
cs. ""r: 'to $6 per week bath./end shower Musselman on Oct. 16th 1860 and this fruit or produce. Farm Seeds. i Trucking and Fanning Lands in large

., / ''. ,.! bath included. '., union was blessed with four children. Very respectfully, Every fanner and gardener or small tracts
f' '
GEO. OGDEN
Sec'y
"d :.f" ;:\ WM. G. KRAPE. Manager He is survived! by a widow and three Center Planters' Protective As- should have a copy of this cata- CITY, PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
: CLOUD FLA. Oran
.1 ; 1i Box 149 P. OST; children sixteen grand-children and six log, which has long been
1-tf recognized List with for quick
I" ,-.:.., .'. great grand-children.' The children are -- -- --- standard authority your property me r
: Thirty short months ago the site where as a salts, ,
/ ::,,: -- ---.- Emma Krouse, of Vicksburg. Pa., New- for the full and correct information
St. Cloud now stands was a pine forest.
-- A. Rowe of Kfssimmee Fla. and H. M. Breaker & Co.Box ,
'1'-' "': ton On Mardh 19 the population of the town which it gives. II .

'CUSTOM TAILORING Dora Sauer, of Sidney Neb. had reached a point authorizing, its TJ5? We are headquarters for !.I / 'r
; 178 KISSIMMEE.)FLA.
He went to Nebraska on March 21st, 1
_
.
coming a city Ann election was held trots s and Clover Seeds, Seed -- '.h ..rrx'" -' -

r7 .' -r'- f ": - thai Ts'absolutely right Cn style, fit: and price.: -You 1900-and resided there until he came to there Tuesday for city officers The }yo.* yes Seed Oats. Cow; Peas 1 r .
Florida the 11th of this month.
.a '. can "ready-mades," of course, but they're not on ;fay I record of growth made by the thrifty See 1i3:n$.and Ml Farm Seeds, SHIP ..uIT. AND.VKOKTABLia 4

made for you and they show It. Soring young city of St. Cloud has been unprecedented .
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f' Choose \ l leo, and, all things"con.ldered. regards -

;. .. Opening, of Panama Canal Will'MakeIt Florida a* unequalled' in the richness Charms ((1).of) Northern Slate' Set ,11

: One of Greatest States. and variety of its attractions for all forth in Poetry
EasterShoes :
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Notwithstanding the' unenviable notoriety MISCONCEPTIONS "CORRECTED.In .
HERE ,whlch.the Everglade exposures the city of Tampa alone nearly der now a contented Kistimmee boost.

may have upon,the immediate '(Development $20,000,000, worth of cigar are made a er, brought us'this week a copy of tile

of that part of the state, and the year. There are 15,000'Cuban and Matting, Mich., Banner' In which is

No Easter outfit would be uncertainty which seem. to hover over Spanish workmen employed,In this industry the following touching Oem. It tells'

..... the limits of the frost belt of Florida some of whom earn as high. its own story 1,

"complete without due regard the landowners, promoter and citizens $50 a week. While the average priceof Home of my youth, likewise old age

to the question of are entertaining great hopes based on cigars will run about $85 a thousand, Michigan, my Michigan ;,,

tne opening of the Panama canal. Such there are qualities manufactured: that Where storms and blizzards always rage. '
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,FOOTWEARAside hope especially center In the city and sell as high a* $950 thousand. Boardsof In Michigan, my Michigan:

es.a e region around about Tampa trade,and others who are trying to From O-Hl-0.to Saginaw trI

." It may be,noted that with the except set the 'claim*' of Florlda'before the From there farthest Ke.ewenaw, :

tion of a alight detour around the western nation a._a place of residence and business Such drifts-no mortal ever saw;, I I

end of Cuba the route from Tam- have ,some *embarrassing stories Except In dear old Michigan, d

from its GREATER significance pa to the Isthmus of Panama Is very to overcome on' the subject of Ecology. The mercury goes on the bum '

direct,,, coyer-ing 1,216"miles.. This is To a lady who once asked "What protection In Michigan, myMichigan, ,
: Gwendolyn-She I* not going U
386 miles nearer than Galveston 142 have against those terrible
you Twice ten below ..ome'.I '
(I'going 'atop at that resort any longer;
.-- Easter miles nearer than Mobile; 847 milles alligators a Floridian replied point In Michigan; my Michigan.The Genevleve-:-What .la I the reason, n'
Sunday nearer than Charleston and 686 miles ing to the. lady' alligator"skin' pocketbook ice man smiles while yoUJI ok blue, ,,men there ,

nearer than New York. While the distance "Madam you have more of an He knows he '11 I get a crack at you, Gwendolyn--Not that exactly. There

between Washington and 'New alligator In your hand than you wouldbe If survive and tough it throughTill is one lone man, who has proposed!
Is the chosen the you
exhibition of
day for Spring Orleans 1,118 miles it Is only 1,004 apt to ..t'8If you lived in Florida: summer comes in Michigan. to all of the' girl\ but her, and"sne

Styles.., It's the beginning of a New Season, 3$. miles from Washington to Tampa. This ten years." feel so,, out of place' when they are'
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A gives basis for the claim that by way One of the most noted museum curators The water pipes and cellars freeze holding ,fLU' experience, meeting. '}
change In Nature'.Habilimtmt. and In the I
I e .., ;JRaiment of Tampa conner tion will eventually be in the country 1 I. said to )have declared Michigan, my Michigan '

t worn by' Mortals p !.-:-..__. -:- -"" JJ established between the national capital that he spent two years in Flor- The people all begin tqsneet 'HARD TO BEAT.

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J - = "-= ;: and the zone.. ida and found but thirteen varieties of
I your EASTER Selections from our large } : snakes, while Missouri had (}hlrty.twoI There" Influenza and Lagrlppe

f t stock of Spring Styles -:- -:- -:- AREA AND PHOPUCTS. I kinds of snakes in reality-besides 'a The doctor gets you on the hip
Florida, ,with its 59.368 square miles 'few hundred in imagination. "As to 'Twill coat a V for every trip

.. and 37,931,620.acres of territory, is the I mosquitoes," candidly remarks the recently He makes for you in Michigan,

largest Southernstate except Texas. issued manual of the Tampa The faithful postman tries to pleaseIn i
The peninsula is about 400 miles long I Board of Trade 'we have them. What
Michigan mv Michigan, +
L. M. Whidden & Co. and its average width la 100 miles. Its country has not? We screen against Gets out his snow-shoes sled and skis, r a I
area is larger than Iowa or Wisconsin. "
them-they don't bother us. But as In Michigan, my Michigan.
soil in Flor-
is much waste
While there
if still a little bothered over the Insin- He tries to f keep the.postal laws,
I ida, the agricultural possibilities along uations of some Northern Inquirers, the He never fails without a cause, .y
, certain lines are great. Tha more than
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same authority says, "Space is too He much resembles Santa Claus, I
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19,000,000 acres swamp short to linger on this subject. If the While traveling in Mich gan.
I state may be largely reclaimed, but inquirer believes in the alligator and
!I' She has not the whole even without these the production of snake and mosquito stories, we don't Your friends who long to hear from you.

lumber, phosphate, fullers' eafth, citrus In Michigan, my Michigan,
want him to come here as a citizen.
j a earth to sell, but just choice fruits, garden vegetables, poultry, His order of intelligence would be too Await the mails that can't get throughThe

i bits of it located in eggs, tobacco, cotton, corn, oats, rye, low to mingle with our people!I" When blooming drifts In Michigan.The .
millet, rice-in fact about all the staples snow keeps piling on the track,
, the Panama canal is finished, Florida Is +., 4.w'wrw. .
The train went down butcan'tcome back '
except wheat, and all fruits except
destined to loom big.-Charles S. {
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FLORIDACHOICE apples-runs up into large figures. It's down the track stuck in a crack First -: '
Kay in the Springfield (Ohio) Sun. Hobo I told that woman I'
The call how for fruit growers Between two drifts in Michigan I
great is -- had beat my way around de world. :

: and truck farmers. The literature SANj( R'S SHOWS spring time comes things turn Second Hobo-Was she Interested

that is being put forth by land com- aboutIn First Hobo-Yes; she got out- rug ,

HOMES panies and boards of trade in Florida -.-- Michigan, my Michigan, and.told me I could' beat my'way; t*, .,

I SELECT FARMS warn newcomers not to expect to get Not Circus Fever, but a Laudable The rivers rise and drown you out de dinner table. ,/ ..

VACANT LOTS rich on a little money and no labor. Desire to be Instructed as Wellas In Michigan, my Michigan.To t tII. ts tt

AND ACREAGEA Farming in Florida is a business open- live, if you have any right. THE ANNUAL PROCEEDINGSDobblus

ed every morning at 6 o'clock and closing Amused.No For an existence you must fight, -

FEW CHOICE BITS at 5 in the evening. No man can tented amusement enterprise on And stand on guard both day and night.

Three new modern cottages-ask work a"farm incidentally while he is earth has met with such continuous In Michigan, my Michigan.

doing business ten hours a day in town.It praise and applause as has Sanger's 0. B. Garrett Doster, Mich."

MRS. SUMMERSabout is a question of intensive rather than I I Greater European Shows. An ovation

them. extensive farming. In the one of eggs greets thin clean and beautiful organization -
FREE LOVE SEEN
IN DECREE
.- LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. it i is related that Tampa could use 2- at every.point in ita annual tour. .
000,000 more than local producers can From the, genesis of the show until
Clyde Ave, and Penfield South Kis- Decision Handed Down by Justice
furnish. So in equal ration with poul Its present colossal,perfection there has
simmee. (Clyde 2nd ave. west of Ford In New York Supreme Court
Court House, leading BOUt try. Much of the poultry yard output not been a solitary season in which it Finds No Favor. .
ot other states goes through Tampa to has not led its fellows in the multiplicity -

Cuba. and general excellence of Us attractions Cleveland OHIO.-Th decision Of
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frotn.the cultivation of lettuce, dwarfs all other tented exhibitions into court divorce case In New York city

The Graystone TailorSUITS celery, beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, comparative insignificance, and this sea 'In "which he advanced the opinion

eggplants, cabbage, potatoes, etc., on son It presents such an opulence of sterling that any' woman. wanting a divorce
the West Coast of Florida. and meritorious attractions as to should be given It by her husband
TO ORDER $15 AND UP finds no favor with the Judges of
_The Panama canal will still further entitle it to be designated as a vast
PANTS $5 AND UP stimulate the,output of these vegeta Amusement Golconda whose wondrous Cleveland courts.
Instead of accepting Justice Ford'sopinion II.
bles. Oranges grapefruit amt pineapples wealth of entertainment is unlimited ,
as advancing the divorce
CLEANING PRESSING All Work Done
continue to hold a prominent placein and immeasurable, Sanger's, Greater problem the judicial! opinion here* Is

,. REPAIRING'on Premises the markets'supplied with these European Show are prolific In leading that It amounts' to a harmful doctrine -: -".Pretty I busy,, at ,ou/'

,OVER OVAYSTOKB OARAQB commodities, but there is a tendency to and sensational features, and fully dangerous to' the country's ,' ' ",""

-- .branch out into other and less precarious equipped'witii i the finest stable of horses home life and approaching advocacy Wobbine-Ye, my wife ls preparIng .+;

( lines. While the summer heat in and.the most skillful and finished bare. ; of' '"free love. S to, go away; to .get tired, for the .
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ti it is not debilitat- in "If woman wants a 'divorce,so summer.
Florida is protracted, back riders, gymnasts and acrobats
'['A Spring Normal SchoolFOR ing. The peninsula locatlen of the the profession. The show has a large, badly that she will. "swear falsely
against her husband. said Justice
SPIRELL7A land makes it susceptible to the sea well-ordered and well-selected menag-
Ford, "It Ja his place to. keep stlU NECESSARY:
FLORIDA TEACHERSat moistened and cooled air from both di- erie, containing living, vigorous specimens and let her go ahead." '

The Comet with a guarantee. rections. of all _that is strange rare and "The divorce Is a problem of law- ,

Never rusts, never breaks and is COMFORTS. TRANSPORTATION.An curious within the range of natural not one' to be lectured on 'as proper/ .

r washable. Amade-to-ordercorset. JOHN STETSON UNIVERSITY. axiom uttered by the agricultural history and this Royal Roman Hippodrome said Justice Estep. Such an opinion
,,". Call at the Chapter House every' .is a realistic: reproduction of as Justice Ford Is quoted with i

Friday. MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK f March 27 Ur May '28,1912The department,conditions at of Washington profitable agriculture regardingthe that of the day of'the Imperial Cae la a doctrine close to free love.
"Divorce should not made
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easy; matter. There.are too man7'ofthem
the I may be said; however, that to these F rl
"Productlon and not acreage is
bere'and *
books used those ordered and desirable attract every other place in
are by always prominent
--- ... .. State Superintendent Holloway. measure of profit and moisture at the the country: In Ohio one of the most i
tions have been added, for the current
,' For the nine weeks free tuition will right time and the right temperatureall common causes tor' divorce\iis gross -
t Fruit and Truck Land.- be given, also free room rent and a re- the time is the measure of produc- season many feature so stupendous in neglect of duty,,a blanket( charge that
duced rata for board for all who room tion... The vegetables that are raisedin magnitude,, .overpowering in unprecedented makes divorce easy.; -*< I think=-It
'We have five and ten acre, tracts in in the Dormitory. Tuition will be Florida come into the market when grandeur,and'Impressiveness should be changed and' believe that
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, Liberty Park, the moat desirable suburban charged Dormitory for those This special not rooming rate will in applyto the the Northern,states, are not preparedto and ao enormous"in.the expense necesary.ctO' the legislature should make; ,someprovision

property on the mark et, which all who are preparing to teach in furnish them and theprices'are this production that' the features ,'to' Investigate th.' trouble

we are offering for your consideration Florida schools Orthography, ReadIng correspondinglyhigher. ,It may truth- mentioned' grand and 'wonderful which 'lure' .husband' .and wife Into

at price that are attractive. We will Geography, Arithmetic \ ()>mposPhysiology- fully be said that the life of well- ,as they are, can at best c play.but'a secondary court'''Inat.ad'of'/ l .
\ be pleased to ahow these tracts to prt>'- itiony English; Grammar, part.Don't' helping, people- to separate
located farmer Florida is particularly -
\ HiatoryAgriculture, Physical Geoaraphy. the date Kissimmee the i court should have some
pectin purchaser at any time Do not ,, ,Civil Government, Algebra and favorable for comfort and success. forget means,-of measuring 'Just" how 'great

fan-to see this property before purchasing Theory*and Practice! will all be taught The roads In' Florida' are good all the Tuesday 'April 2d. ,or: how* small theirs troubles are. It w ,
as it has the advantages off being from the book ordered by State SuperIntendent "
;year round. Every item of modern certainly work,,harm ;when'marriage '
close in and the best : '
on very paved Holloway. SPELLS De ''QuJ"Wb1
doe Dlckson 4,
BILIOUS put
road In the county, i convenient to, the Students may enter at any time. For convenience the church the school lies are ,lightly regarded In high ; 4'
'" powerful headlight on both front-a
city, school and churches. Five acre nine weeks $39.Oco'Veratheenbre) University the telephone are ,accessible. Florida places."I'believ."Justice, a4
tracts $250. and.$300.; 'II.-'.M,'.; Breaker charge, Those who have first is settled by a fine -das of people. I NO' LONGERDANGEROUS'Dodsoas ;: Ford was.Ulklngas ,tack De of Whl hi.*-machine Because T his ear moves w
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sit Co. grade certificates will be permitted to a'man and i not.as a 'Judge said
elect advanced studies in the College of They will not be slow to utilize the ad- ,- i, Judge Harvey, R.,Keeler,' "To'spread lowly'you can't teU whether,It' I* .*"
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Liberal Arts. All the-splendid resources 'Vantalt a.whlcb the Panama canal will ; Laer-Tone u a Safe Medicine a' loose '"doctrine ,In .connection'WIth, ,lnc"or: oomine. '
of Stetson will be placed at the service offer them for expanded markets and divorce strikes .
at
to Take the Place ci f Too case the heart of
pf the young men and young women ;
more revenue. the borne "
and If
who wish to take advantage of this unrivaled dangerous.' THE-IDEA
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opportunity., From: 1900 to 1919 the railway facilities 1 Powerful: Calomel "Speaking from'.'a' personal standpoint ,.. _!

Send for'.booklet ;(describing the of the slate increased 40 per cent. I, think Justice Ford 1* right" 1
courses toPRESIDENT The 'Atlantic; ;Okeechobee: and' Gulf I) In the days when calomel' was the said Judge Martin ,A.'Foran.: "I don't ;.

ll-6t 'DeLand.LINCOLN HOLLEY Florida.; railroad will soon be' opened and will only liver remedy 'a torpid liver or a think'any self-respecting family'would
: go Into 'the divorce 'court.:
bring into an accessible"condition\i por- spell of biliousness* a serious! thing.
:"I. wouldn't. contest.A'divorce: except ;
'Money-maJdna-.' i tion of.the state .large a* Maryland.It Calomel i I. a powerful mineral! substance ,
If a' charge of cruelty ,
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) for market growers.ll.k. -, Good News will nioreo..r. make it possible to that compel the liver no matter'how made which would'oompelm' i to were defend : i: .

...1.'l..y ....' Earl7'" :Tt.. We have secured a few 6 and 10 acre reach the East Coast from the west at weak it ie, to do its. work but does my,, character.., '. .; _;: .* , '

.A. .to win C aM'.s-J wber eftr grown Pkt. 10e Erp.d.uy.as oa. 40qj lands tracts!' within of the'half finest a mile fruit of and the truck city an important southerly latitude which nothing to strengthen jt, and a large "Feeling, this way about it., however _

(Ib. $1,00, Ib. '3.7,1 limit, which we can offer at the very has been retarded in development ow- dose-sometimes the usual dose-may I* a matter' for Indlvldualsnd 1
I...... lt..dard Special G1b. T-.a.. low price of $50.00 per acre. KIs-- ing to the long detour necessary on the cause salivation., Dodson's Liver-Tone not for holding up to people the Idea

'TLe fart &h. _Id. simmee is expanding: so rapidy these trip.. This will form an additional pointof f la a builder that. ,rengthena the' liver that/divorce U easy1. I believe there d.
SpocUl.Strabw of(Beet.Cucumber Mwk- landswill, soon be almost In town and advantage in reaching the Panama while making 11 do Its work. It )1. en should ,be no divorce. F $:
......, W..I; etc. will be worth many' times the prices
SeDd me your Iitt of seed wants end IHt asked today. Do not go miles into the ''canal and will further encourage large tirely' vegetable,, pleasant to take has
quote fOIl .y .peuat t wholes..! price far country for small tracts at any price land operations. no bad aftereffectand Is, perfectly

Una (noci. At toy'tale, wnt while you can get such as these at this The possibilities of the vast' fishing suited(for children aa well a* grown The' I'n' s '
uppermost
today for my kudtMM fflutnU4. caUbf price. ,Soon, there yIll' be no such interest of Florida be known to a people. You' don't have to be careful' Idea advertlalng -
opportunities this. as all near-by may . . I is getting closer.jthlng*,,.
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frwWalt. P.Stokes, S-<] maji larjdsjriU.bjeLga.tb.ered.. Tbequantity .few-who hayf beenon-the -ground -but' what yon>at. ;as they actually'are;;.not a* they
_-....+..."," " .......15eP6 87Pk:< : .a.lp1J: is limited and will soon be taken. it may be noted that it was the state W.KiBsimmee Drug Co. will sell you are' assumed to be_. Printer**

Other lands, a little nearer in. but no ment ot Barton W, Everman the Ichthyologist bottle and guarantee It to give you per- Ink. ,., ';, rfcjCjSt a--._.__.
better, have..recently sold at one of the United States fish J ct satisfaction. If it doesn't you .
Don't torget 'that tbep'f: ;; a want hundred dollar per acre and some havea by ,Peggy-Dldn't'the lawyer know yon
ad in the ,Valley Gazette is the! cheap*, prohibitive price I commission, that he had fished in every can get your money back simply :, ,-, " ,. -_'_ ,\ "I' .- 'were an'actress' t'

est.. In'Veatmeoyou; ever made.. .' 8'U.: H. M. BREAKER. ... ilk: CO., state and territory in the. Union but asking for it. >'I...*, our prices on job. !printing.rr ., ''Kitty-Qraelou*. not He offered t*>.
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March' 29,1912. \, ,THE KISSIMMEE YALLElT GAZETTE' .,
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( PretIdeal 'NC.,BBYAN,.SECRETAJU BRAINS AND BRAWNTwo
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, The Waters & Carson Things,,'Essential to Success on r'T

the Small Farm.

Intensive farming not only mean ,

: Grocery Company greater individual prosperity, but II
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,'I '..' the nation. The balance of the trade

,I \\UI"-; ,- Wholesale and ,Retail Dealers Ini which the United States maintains with w
Europe would be.wiped out were It not

i < .. GROC'ERIE.S' for the large cotton crops. It would be
possible greatly to Increase the balance
'!k"l" ,.,..'', of'trade if we' produced more, wheat
". i fruit, lire stock, batter and cheese. \ s
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.. Prices are on a profitable basis for aU
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\ WE these articles[ and such products should
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come scope every ,
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(, : HAY' HIDES farm, with the exception of wheat. .

< 'GRAIN Fruit ought; to be a prominent featureon I intiflllllfflhl
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' ) FERTILIZERS to be shipped \..considerable distance, .' '
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WOOL Apples and grapes are transported from "
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((1.: SHINGLES one end of this country to the other,
,'", ,. ORANOEBOXES- AND' and even to the old world. For moneymaking aWe
f I" ALL there are few products that surpass always want new customers.

ORANGE WRAps the apple. It l is the Safest.fruit to We have no trouble holding our old ones, because treat, them

her: .. VEGETABLE CR4TES -'-> ., COUNTRY . handle others., being Its export less perishable value serves than to many keepup "right," and the goods we sell to them are of suc h good quality

a bRAT NAILS PRODUCE, the price.It that they are sure, to come back for more. '
\ is also true of pork and beef that I
prices are maintained largely by the ,
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. foreign demand. When a farm amountsto '!i' .

I, We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping forty acres or more it can sustain a
; good sized dairy or raise a dozen to
parties. .
. twenty-five fir t-clasl beef animals as
Free delivery in city limit Phone No. 12. '
well as fifty good hogs each season.
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular Live) stock raising is a line of farm-I'' Osceola Hardware. Co.

and prices on fertilizers. ing which the amateur is pretty F
succeed at. It Involves less Jabot than

dairying, and it is well understood that ,
hogs and cattle grow Into money faster
than many other products, with no more
National'League than ordinary risk. Live stock breeding ,
MISTAKE of Commission is associated with western -
MAKE NO Merchants of the usually ranges
United_StatesSouthern but it has its place just as well on .
S Shipper the little farm. ,
SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Number 60 We will suppose that a man has forty
acres and desires to engage in live stock Only Seven Shopping DaysWe
raising as extensively as such a place
S. H. & E. H. FROST will permit. Thirty to fifty hogs re-
tiro most
showing
arc now complete ,
quire a lot of about five acres sown to

COMMISSION MERCHANTS rape for forage. Then a patch of carrots and attractive display of ;
and another of artichokes would t
ESTABLISHED 1865 afford a little wholesome variety. Lit-

tle grain is necessary until corn is ripe; EASTER FASHIONS
but if skimmed milk or whey is obtain- 'i
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ablethrough the summer it ought; to be ,

supplied. Otherwise a mess of shortsIs i r

a good; thing. When fattening time NEW AnnlVA S TnlS WEEK;
comes corn is to be fed twice a day, and
319 Washinston St., Cor. Jay St., New York it l is well to continue the shorts. Women's dainty lingerie dresses rmtn models of
To turn out adozen heed of fat 3-year- fashionable new cloth, that make such 'Iovely summer.
References!-Aetna INnfl Bank, Mercantile Agencies; old cattle every fall about ten acres will I dresses. ,
have to be given up to pasture. The ass\rtment to'
Beautiful of materials for pretty slips, f
place will have to maintain a considerable -
-.Y DO LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT herd of young stock. There can wear under Robes Lin: Brie Dresses. etc.; fine soft Nain- 4

De a five-acre field of'rye and clover for sook, soft clinging silksle shimmering silk that will be
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early spring feeding. This 'j is cut' by particularly effecti..e under elaborate lingerie,, owns. ',;

May 1st and a crop of millet or corn Bordered lawn 40 in, wide at I5c,a yard '
may then be raised on the same piece.It .
la also feasible to raise beets or -

S. S BUZZA & SON early potatoes crop'of on the carrots patch and from cabbage which has an THE IDEA BEHIND STANFORD'S \

been t taken. Five acres of alsike makes It is the idea behind Stanford' that has made them the leading house'in KUsimmee 'J,t

, .''' Cement and Concrete could a good; be part five of acres such a devoted scheme.to There early That idea is: Reliability, Honest Dealings, Full Values,. ", ,, ;' t'tvY : +IJ\r\ :

'. I Work, of all Kinds vegetables; and as these would be out '. f Generous l Treatment, a Square Deal. .,., :
of the way by June 1st,' crop could be ' .j
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:.": SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY raised there also. By rotating these .. \: '.,' ,<, ,., .. ;. ,'.' .. \ It, .
crops and plowing in manure once a ,', ",,) I ( ; .1\
;' ;:.' Residence Phone 58 M abbe tie Street year, the soil would be kept up in fertility -
Office Phone 132 near Dillingham'Ave. and all,the fodder required wouldbe H.. CLAY STANFORD r

grown on the place. This program --- -_ - 1
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does not use all of the forty acres,

\ but leaves some room for fruit and ,.
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George N. Saunders poultry
The earning; power of land varies ..- _-_ --- --. ,
greatly, but after all, results dependmore '
BOAT BUILDER .
the and of the
on intelligence
energy Solomon B. A.lt......, ,...... W. M. Fer..". Vic.-Pr.m"Mr. C. W. W.I.M JM...",*r> ...
the owner than on the quality of the
Agent for"Ferro""Eagle" Engine soil. 1 can cite instances within
-..< fTHEKE Cnollm rite Eill i..'ltti.r-- the range of my own many experience or'ob- OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY _,(Inc.) A

KISSIMMEeFLORIDA .
THC e aNt THAT MA.T.R[.NAo.RA servation where a skillful farmer has
I made his land return $100 or $200 an Planing Mill andjNpvelty Works ,
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acre in-"a single season. This is more "

J than the average cost of unimproved .. '
to
.. :' farms.C. C. Bow field. in Atlanta T
The ROLL BASS.MARKET Constitution.A iJ ft' ,

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Bearden Building Block from Depot STARCH FACTORY !

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Fresh Florida of all kinds. ]Mr.. Hahman Suggests Advisability ofa
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arid Western, .}It ..}>It .}It New Industry for Kissimmee. fIjI i .. !t- :

The following letter from Mr. W. :
POULTRY* EGGS.MBMSMS SBSBBSBSMS* FRESH FISH Habman, president of the New Eden "i 1 ... 'If : ," y.
Orders Plantation, contains a suggestion. that "I I
Special Attention to Phone and Free 1.m .
might well be investigated by the Boardof &
Delivery to any part of the City. Phone 189 Trade or other interested persona: .! r ",'"', '
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-- Altoona. Pa.,March 19, 1912. ... .'
Editor Valley Gazette, Kl slmmee. Fla. '
Dear Sir:-I see in the March 16th By dialing with ..yon W/&. okl la ,..Just what you taaitt.. and In m detain i1i:J,,;..,6.*&/.a'WE WILL
SA VE YOU FROM: 10 TO 18 PER CENT. W. a,. located right M privmt .JrtcA ... that a. 'ime is loa,bs.
lathe of the Valley Gazette article
an *fapplng"Uf load dir cUy Into c..... r\
,'DOZlE8..l LEWS.'S I SUB taken from one of your exchanges on "
: K BGE : 06EJICYThe
the subject.Cassava Growing. In Its OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY Inc., f.15J1R'o1}

the statement that cassava has Its
*" Oldest and Insuran Osceola
Largest e Agency in County
profit In starch commercially ,
greatest .
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...FIRE' LIFE: ACCIDENT_ HEALTH peaking. Would It not be a good Idea .. Ra7NN ,
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to canvasa the farmers around Kissimmee Nice New Home Cheap.We .. NNNNNNNNN..I' ,... "
I on the subject of raising cassava
offer, for a quick sale, a new 8- -"
for the purpose of making starch, and If EMIL MACH ERNEST M4CH"j j
room house, with hall and two porches, .,,' .
sufficient assurance can be obtained ofa Act ta 4ard Oil c: .
+ I located in the west part of the city. .: y i
supply of the product, to go ahead .
CITIZENS BANK OF Fine well of water on back porch 200
KI&&JMMEE and establish a starch factory. feet deep good barn and'outbuildings.Also . MACH: ARCS.ry ryt Wtl'f|
believe the
I sandy land around Kis
Organized April 2d, 1910 < I simmee is very well adapted to the a small 3-room cottage on the rear t Feed "' '
and
Livery Sale
Stable 4
for rental
growing of cassava. end of the lot, suitable pur- .
DEPOSITS Young shade trees set in frontof 4n
April 2nd. 19 1O, Ml,BOO,OOD The New Eden Plantation Co. has poae lot. This is a great bargain for : Agt. International Harvesting Co.) :'
planted out a small of cassava .
C. 31st, i to.ar2o.a44.43 acreage "' -'
cash. If are looking! for a
D.o.3Ut. 1911,ai72.36O.28 canes on their farm at Lake Center, home 1,600 don't fail to you see this proposition A ." T..TT: soawas: IZ r-HA.'vr-y :I3AVxSx4.. 4 "
east of Nareoo see -as an experiment 4-tf! H. M. BREAKER & Co. T \ i'."
To entrust your banking business to us means i that-yoU'will receive in the production 0/'cheap hog feed. if .X verythirtg new and first class. We render prompt and ..' :' .\t
very consideration consistent with good sound conservative banking. it is more profitable to make starch of "
Prospect Park Lots. J satisfactory service day or nfght t"r
the cassava than to feed the roots to __..._ ,
A. E. UONEGAN. President W. A. SMITH,\Cashier. bogs, the New Eden Plantation Co. We have two of the most desirable T ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT: \ :':*. )J; .
would no doubt be able to furnish some and best located Iota In Prospect Park. t
: Directors: A. EX Donegan, Pres., H. M. Pfann, lit V. P.. of the raw material provided the crop size 60x136: feet each, which we are offering X Kissimmee Fla. Phone ,113 ,TT ..
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c;. D. Carroll. for, it. Your WM.truly HAnMAri.r' Call 47-tf onus if you IL want M..a BREAKER great bargain.& Co.. .......... ., .I. '.. ..... .]' ,

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If you. contribute $100 to commercialwork CELEBRATION A SUCCESS
t. Secretary Powell's at
; Address, and that money in judiciously expended
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: the Board of Trade Smoker than $100 benefit in return. the Good Roads Rally was dispensed

: J { / t. ,f / Cities of today are what the people I with, allowing the full time to the office _______ *, "

; --'- living In them make them. Desire foi seekers. The distance and th%' warmth 1 Advertisements are inset ted under this bead at the'rat* of 5 Ce.ts
f : .1 { Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentle gy will carry their town on to a sue Improved conditions arises from devel- of the day interfered somewhat with per line each Insertion

; / men; 1 am happy to be with you on this ees.fulillue tor years to come. ment of the community spirit.Till I the attendance, but It la certain that

I \ ';, auspicious occasion, a pleasure )have You cannot do it. You have to keep community spirit is nothing more nor there were from one to two thousand BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting

\ anticipated for some time, but thought II up a steady pressure, everlastingly less than a composite expression pf the people on the picnic grounds. FOR SALEFOR of a half block, located in the best

would have to be abandoned as I had And when you outgrow your old boilers spirit of the people, that comprise, the POLITICAL TALK-FEST. ,neighborhood in the city. Will sell

',: ,' .h worn my.voice out telling tourists and I add more-but keep up the steam community. The'smaller the city, ,the The politicians absorbed most of the SALE-Four good mules aud two only to party with who,will Improve it tocorre.pond .
,
; prospectors of the beauties and possibilities pressure; No engine ever turned. less,diverse tBe interests'that make up, Interest on the..second day of the celebration horses cheap., J, W. Miller. 14-tf erty.. Full particulars surrounding, and Price prop-to

i' i. ( of Florida I heard once of a wheel today on the Steam which passed the community and the more uniformthe During the,'morning there was FOR SALE-a few stands of Bees in Interested party* H. M. Breaker r

J 'brakeman,a passenger train which through the cylinders yesterday, desires and beliefs' of its peeple. continuous speaking until the automobile new patened hives, good condition &; Co. 31.tf

I j e+ ran. through the Rockies., He was assigned It is better to have fifty pounds olive For the same reason, the more easy to', parade started at 11:30.: N,. A; Clay Box..567. 14-tf WE have just platted a block contain '

I 9i a position at the rear of the steam working every day than 800 appeal to the community spirit; the Practically .all of the county' candidates ing six of the most desirable Lake
FOR SALE-One fresh Jer
h' h' train, and naturally those in the obI pounds working for one day. The only; more quickly, .aroused the composite spoke from the band stand during gey. I, H. Wetherbee.cow, part ll-4t-p Front Lots in this city, located in the

acrvation car plied him with questions. 'place where a streak of lean and a community conscience.The the morning;and were followed by state best resident section Prices range

One lady in particular on a certain day streak of fat amounts to anything is on candidates. A great. deal of interestwas SIX-ROOM Cottage large lot. locatedin ,from _$650 to $1,500. according to fo-'
salvation of.anycjtyJa its com- half cation. If
block and of nice you a home in the
had bacon and with bacon at 85 a postoffice;
She pumped a hog-
Inquisitive of the addresses but
was quite taken all best
in
mercial body. The commercial organization young citrus fruit trees, electric very portion of our city, call and
1'' the brakeman dry, as he had exhaustedhis cents' a pound the hog dies young. speaks for the entire community; the talk by Congressman Frank Clark lights and bath. Price, 2850. H.. we will take pleasure in showing

i his fund bf information, but the lady The next trouble with communities is it is the glass through which the world was awaited with special interest. Mr., M. Breaker & Co. 8-tf these lots. H. M. Braker &; Co.8tf

was obdurate and began a line of fire the lack of earnest cooperation. Too looks and forms Its opinions as to the Clark spoke at 'the pTcnic grounds and TEN ACRES Choice-land In Garden ----___
!5 entirely foreign to the.scenic grandeur many sit back and let the other fellowdo his address was chiefly devoted to an NEW Modern
))1I character of the community in question.If all under good woven wire fence six.room Concrete bun
I and legendary lore. Noticing that the the work and they take most of the the commercial organization is to attack upon Gov. Gilchnst growing out good flowing well, and has been galow close to postoffica and busi I

1 ,di"1 index finger i of his right hand was missIng praise. Reminds me of when 1 I. was a be the embodiment of the community of the disputes over the Everglades plowed. Price, 85000. Downing ness section. Price $3.000 terms on \
; ''I> v\: she inquired: "How did you lose] good Sunday school scholar and used to matter. Realty Company. l0-1f half of purchase puce if desired. H.
spirit. It should aim to typify the. best M. Breaker & Co.
; "Madam he replied hear the superintendent praise the infant SM-AL'L' FAR-M.just-o tid; ; 8-tf
d' <.f' your finger? community spirit. And just in propor- The candidates from out of the county city limits, FOlTSALE
It.\., "I didn't.lose it; I just simply wore Iti' class because it always contributed tion to the :appreciation and supoort of who were pre.enwere A. M. Williamson good five-room house good deep well land station-Forty acres high roll; gJrv'l
I l ;,', off pointing out the scenery to Inquisitive the most 'money for the heathens, t: of Jacksonville Geo. C. Martin and new hog-tight fence around partof road near on main line of rail
the entire community-to its organizationdoes twelve miles from Kissimmee.
It. A :
at $50 per acre. Downing {.
I',: females." and there was a boy in that class that Brooksville and Braxton Beacham snap Small part deep muck for
that community rise in the world's l of :. : Realty Company. 10-tf gardening,
r As I stated I had anticipated the got all the credit.: I gave my hard- estimation. of Orlando, candidates for Congressman rest finest citrus fruit land; no palm-

} 44 I'' pleasure of this visit, and as I wasn't earned nickle for the good of the cause I Frank Clark candidate forj FOR SALE-Good two-.tory, 7-room ettoes. Will sell all at $30 per acre ,
;s+::. Every man and woman shouldbe at Large ; on terms
every house on one of the main streets of easy or will divide. S. S.
I did but the little
Interfere with and others so, boy,
'r going to let anything my j Second district; W. R. Souders. Phone (.
.'. a champion of his or her town and Congressman the town, lot 80x160: several nice 260. 8-tf
I coming:, I stopped talking Tampa a whose parents were wealthy took his squelch the knocker and keep in mind I Dorman of Suwanee county, candidatefor bearing orange trees outbuildings ::'i

'r.i '-, week ago, and saved my voice for this quarter ot a dollar and held it out from that recent classic: Commissioner of Agriculture-'; CaryD. etc. This is one of the biggest bar- COOK'S STRAIN thoroughbred Buff

day and this affair. You kirew-you- contribution box and spent it on I Landis of DeLand, candidate for Brice now being offered in the city. Orpington eggs., $1.50 for J5. O. A.
Ev'ry time 1 come to town,
Vt $1,250 cash, or $1,400 on terms. Gilbert.
but h all the for the g-tf
S
j have to take heroic measures sometimes candy- < got credit Seventh Circuit Jos.
State Attorney, ;
The boys keep kickin' my dawg a-roun'; Downing Realty Co. 12-tf
' '' to get the fullest pleasure out of banner class, because people thoughthis for his brother FOR
I SALE
: Makes no dif'rence if he Is a houn'. H. Jones, appearing -Seven and one-half acre
t. an occasion. A woman was .on her papa was so wealthy that he was kickin' John C. Jones candidate for State Attorney TEN ACRES choice land in Pinedale, grove about four miles from town,
his heaven. You find They got-a quit my dawgaroun' I close to new canning factory, easily right on railroad and
close
deathbed, and she called her husband buying way into j Seventh Circuit ; and Louis C. to station
cleared and productive. This is
her aide and pleadwith him, "John in most communities wealthy citizen. I very and shipping_ point; good: close neighbors
to candidate for State the
outside
of Orlando just city limits. This
Massey
Stand up for your town, join its commercial j good gasoline: engine: and splen
ju' I want you to promise nie that when I who are holding out when the hat is organization get out of the II I Senator. would make an ideal chicken ranch did well. Well furnishes abundant

I my body is being taken to the cemetery passed for the good of the community, toadstool and puffball class and be a Without exception the addresses made and truck farm. Price $100 per acre water for irrigating purposes Someof '
that you will ride In the same carnage but they assume the credit becausethe these gentlemen were marked by easy terms. Downing Realty Company the trees in this grove are very
,, real booster a live member, a willing by 10-tf large and heavy bearers
This Is
with mother" John studied bard, but stranger within the gates cannot a
and most favorable impression
worker and a generous giver.I courtesy, a snap at $1,500. Downing Realty Co.iatf .
said nothing. "John, oh. John-you connect the progress of the community created in instance. TWO Beautiful five-acre tracts about
shall now conclude asking all to was every
half-mile outside city limits. on hard .
cannot refuse dying requestpromise : with a bunch of live ones who are sacrificing '
my ---
i rise to the toast marl road, splendid neighbors. .Price
: FOR SALE Three
will not?" At last John I time and money to put their' ORGANIZESKuykendall residences One In
me, you Kissimmee: TEAM[ (75 per acre. Downing Realty Com Eureka addition'$600; one in Lilly's
replied "Yes, I promise, but it will town on the map, and assumes that Mr. pany. 10-tf addition
i Take your hate off to the past; $1,500 j one in Bass' addition -
spoil the day for me." Wealth is the power behind the throne. $2,500. Waters & Carson Gro-

So I am here and I am not going to You must have cooperation to build Your coats off to the future. and Doyle Elected Base- TWO Carson very addition desirable, each resident 50x164 lots feet.in cery Company. 51-tf

any funeral either. I am in the live up a community-cooperation financially HON. JOUN C. JONESFor ball Manager and Captain.An There are 16 bearing orange trees on 11,000 ACRES, about eight thousand of
liest little city in Florida made possible and morally-every man give of his I II these lots, under good new fence, which is fine prairie muck ready for
k- +J'! by a live commercial body and I money and his time according to his enthusiastic meeting of the base located close to the lake. $350 cash the plow; no better trucking or general
the takes the two. See H. M. Breaker farming land in the South close -
held last night at
But the is the rule- ball players was
understand insisted means. contrary
'r really cannot why you I State Attorney. Strongly Endorsed & Co. 31-tf to railroad. Price $8.00 per acre.'
on my coming to advise you how they give of their time and money according office of Ludlam & MacDonough for the __ ------ -- Downing Realty Company. 10-tf

to run your town when you run it sot to their meannes.-the meaner at Home. forming of a permanent organization.: I HAVE For sale anything In the way PYRENE fire

y well and what I say this evening must he is, or they are, the less money and South Florida Sentinel, Orlando Fla. After talking the matter over thoroughly of Florida real estate that one could fires. Get one extinguisher for launch for gasoline auto .
; the less time.I Hon. John C. Jones i before the Mr. J. D. Kuykendall was elected wish, and can assure you the best or and be your' ,
'o, { not apply to you or your townspeopleyou is ,, terms and lowest prices Downing garage safe. Sold by Geo.
f know that there is an old and liberal have enumerated two of the toad- voters of the Seventh Judicial Circuit'for as manager for the season, and Mr. Realty Company. 10-tf N. Saunders agent. Kissimmee. 37

I ; i','t f rule that present company is always stools and puff-balls-there are many nomination to the office of State Frank Doyle as captain. Mr. Kuykendall -

t excepted. others-the man who has chronic paralysis Attorney, which he has filled with Announced the appointment of Mr. MARRY In haste and repent at leisureis MISCELLANEOUSWANTED _

t '1', I am not talking about Kissimmee or of the pocket book, the man who marked ability for several years. Wayne Ward as assistant manager. an old saying.:. Buy land way off
been made from nowhere and you will be equallysure To buy 10 to 20-acre
i' : its people, but about the other towns will not serve on committees the man The arduous and ofttimes thankless Arrangements have already to repent. Buy better land closeto and grapefruit grove, with some orange raw

!fl. and their P"'Ople-you don't need to be who can see no need of improvements, duties of his office have been well dis- for the lease of grounds and plans drawn a good town and tor less money. land additional Address, giving low

Ij r'" told a blessed thing except you ought the pessimist, the knocker and many charged by Mr. Jones, and in their discharge for a grandstand to accommodate 350 You can do it if you will, and if you est price Lock Box 655. Birmingham, tt-r.

'_'y to have some one sent over the country others who do not voluntarily join the he has united eminent skill and people. Work will be commenced on it are wise you will do it. Downing 10-tf Ala. 13.4t-p '
Realty Company.
ro t and educate the people on the pronun- commercial organization. Say I: do thorough knowledge of the criminal within a few dafs. The boys are greatly PENNELL-agent for Sayman Soap

ciation of Kissimmee. You lose a lot hate a man who has to be pulled and laws of the state. What has distin- pleased with their victory over San- FOR SALE-By. owner, Z. W. Bass, and remedies, Ordway Plasters.

+ t i :. tourists and prospective settlers by jerked into the commercial organization guished his administration of the office, ford and are encouraged 'to believe that 3 lots. 50x133. making 150x133, 3- GET H, N. BRATTON to orive
room for $500 $225 cash and your
1 1. .... that name. I know of 'fellow who -he is about as much good to the however, and sustained the confidenceof Kitsimmee can and will put out a win- $12 per cottage month until paid, for: If you artesian wells 43-tf '--

s bad $10.000 to invest in "ten acres and organization as the fellow who has to the people of the circuit in him. has ning team this year. A return game wish to see the property phone No. -- --

Independence" and he approached the be pulled and jerked into a church-he been his absolutely upright: and fearless will be played at Sanford next Thursday 73, Kissimmee F ., Property Is WADE- the---tuner--Orlando.

4 ticket agent at the union station in generally plucks the wings out of the discharge of his duty and the reliance and a regular schedule will be ar- about one mile southwest from depot. WANTED-The sweetest
thing out for
Also have other houses and lots, and
in much fear and and sells them to always had his of ranged soon. The team needs and deserves -
Richardson's town angels a millinery to be on integrity. four tracts of 40 acres. each, cheap your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy- .
trepidation'because ,he wanted to go to store. character.He the support of everyone, in Kis- six miles ont. 2-tf fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug .

Kissimmee and didn't know how to But;:.about-the.real .article-the edible is well known over the entire simmee and will doubtless receive it., Company.. 33-tf '\ ; :

#' make a noise like the town was pro ", mushroom You know him.' He state and sustains an unblemished reputation All players are requested to give In FOU with SALE five miles-8,750 of acres lake.timber A first lands class i FOR a nice hot.or cold iunch visit: room -. '_{

9 V nounced.' neglect. his family and his, Saturday for personal and profassional their names to Manager Kuykendall or colony proposition. Also some of the' next to Po toffice. Lunches sent on ,; '

-' "Please, sir" he timidly asked, "II night bath in hustling: for "our town." Integrity. This combined with earnest Captain Doyle at once. best paying orange groves in this phone calls.' Phone, 154. 9-tf. ..

r t ," want a ticket to Kiss-l-mee.". He is on the job every minute.. He and brainy advocacy, makes the' interests part of the state,' farm lands and I

I "Where bawled back the agent. generally doesn't own an automobile of the state entirely safe in his LEASE CENTRAL HOTEL city property. C. Buckela. 2-tt I LUNCH hot or cold ROOM-The lunch, short place order tor a meal nice, .C r

"Kies-hlm.for-me." because he spends all his money for the hands. Although a vigorous prosecutorhe WE-Have listed some of the most desirable or oysters, any style visit the lunch

i "Whe-r-r-e?" hissed that polite deal good of the town so the other fellowscan is recognized as being absolutelyfair property on the market, both room next to Postoffice. Phone orders
Handsome Dakin Avenue HostelryIs city and county, which we offer at promptly delivered. Phone
er in pasteboards.. own automobiles. His Is a thankless to the accused, and persons charged the lowest pnces to be obtained. 154.
9-tf
"Klss-1-mee-mee." job and the wonder to me is that with crime are always given such consideration Under New Control. There Is no padding of prices by us,

"Where in John Rodgers do you want such a man was ever created and be- as may be proper under the every piece of property sold at exact FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass
7 r't, to go: ?"' ing created and being human I wonderif law. He seeks to take no undue or The Central hotel is in new hands. price placed on it by the owner. Market No. 189. 19-tf
Messrs. W. P. Tuttle of Colorado and Write us your requirements and we --
"Plant City," the 'investor meekly the Lord didn't work overtimeon Improper advantage, but strictly administers will do our best to please 1
Thomas Fonts of Michigan, have leased you by WOOD per strand $1.25; five strands .
,replied-and he landed in Plant City the job and endow him with a spirit the law with fairness as wellas week showing just the kind of property you 15.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf
i L I and was happy ever: afterward. that would resist the acid testIle firmness.In the building and took charge this desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf --
Mr. A. 'Hamilton having retired to MEET at Kissimmee '
{ advice this for makes forlorn blossom if his he relies his me Drug Co. and
Take, .my on point a hope as a candidacy upon FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit
build a new hotel. The new. proprie- we will get a drink of the best soda ,
'what It is worth. I.would. hate to see rose; he mixes a dollar aid a half with record which has been an open book ho- grove, with 250 bearing .trees, water made. 81-tf ,.
tors-of the Centra) are experienced
'"' yougo' broke on your name simply for some printed matter and a brass band knowq and read of all men, and his five acres muck and ten acres pine '(
1 tel men, and propose to conduct the land In cultivation thirty and one- FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull
"I > of and red fire It In the friends and satisfied
want the proper pronunciation. and whoops up feeling gratified Central as a first class hostelry. half acres unimproved land fiveroombox Bass'Market. No. 189. 19-tf.
to Now I am going to talk about the town for a full day and falh the coffers with his past administration of the ot- house good barn and well. The ------ - ,,f
'other place of the merchants with real money... fice assure him of his nomination.; It There is plenty of room in Klssim- improved sand all under good fence. MUTTON. fresh, fat and flneTaTtne .'
,. I r for all the good hotels that can be RulLBass Market
mee
This on the north side of phone 189. 19-tf :
v + You know there' are some seventy he takes an envelope and a postage property .
. The +Young: People's Bible Class of run, and we feel certain that Messrs. East Lake, four miles from Narcoos- '
BLUE
k'a varieties of fungi ,belonging to theM stamp and a. lette sheet and fills the the Presbyterian church will give an Tuttle and" r'outs will be successfulhere. see nine miles from Kissimmee. RIBBON Ice Cream, belt (n ,

I 7, 'mushroom family, and only one of the town with prospectors-be buys some "April Fool" party at the home of Mrs have taken Price $4.500. $2.600 cash, balance one town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 81-tf ,7S,".

; o,, :_ 'species fit for food., In most communities planes and a mattress stuffed with Russell on Monday evening April 1st. hold.there From is every the way reason they to believeth year. H. M. Breaker &; Co. AN intelligent person may 'earn $100 i._ '*,

: : you will find some seventy..varle- Florida moss, and be orders a stock of FOR SALE-Five monthly, corresponding for newspa-t, Tfo...
Postponed: t they thoroughly understand their good paying orange
} i :'-; r'4 'ties'of boosters; and only. one of the souvenir post cards' and fills the town business. We wish them succezs. grove. and a 20-acre truck farm 3 pers.ticulars.No canvassing. Send for par .1'

;r ,'; real article.:' The rest are toadstools with tourists-and for all this he Is Owing to unavoidable circumstances, acres irrigated with Skinner system. Lock N.Y.Press Syndicate B 2246, .

and puff balls. generally called a crazy fool and has the play, "Down In North Caralina" Owing to other entertainments there Also complete sawmill, capacity 10,000 port, :

You wjil:find tbe crowd that gets about as much backing as a jackrabbit has been postponed indefinitely. This will be no chapter house social next feet per day log -carts wagons and SJIIP your produce to G. W. Judy & .
five good mules. Will sell at
real busy after a banquet or ag.tt when he asks for help in his enterprises.He was to have been given tonight for the Tuesday.socials will The be resumed following with week Mrs.the prices Investigate. C. Buckets bargain, Kissimmee Co.stencil., Tampa Fla. Write them 49-tf.for

t .; '' together convention popping off enough is the first at public meetings and benefit of the Presbyterian church. Bullock and Mra. Willson as hostesses. Fla. 40-tf ,;

steam to start the whole works moving. the last to leave. He will tack up road ANYONE anywhere can start a mail ,=.
fn the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jollrlal order ..
business
f; t .They.remind me of a new fireman In a I signs all day and .it up with a sick Clrrnlt of Florid In end for Onceola County (ing. Be at home. No canvass' ...
-In Chancery.In your own boss. Send for free
Y brewery I beard about. He was instructed brother all night booklet. "
r.petition of Mrs N. Rtwrera(Mar"? Revere), Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, .
s + 'to keep 210 pounds of steam, The only trouble there Is not more 1 a M arrt.d 1 Woman, to take chart of and Lockport N. Y.FOR. :

4 r p;' and the engineer marked on the gauge I of him. I M.nas Her Estate, etc '
I' nil c.nM coming on to be heard, and Anthur '
v : s-% ; :-where, ,the pointer should stand at all Most of us only have the habit Very E.Donenn. Knq Muter. In 'hanoerj..to RENTDWELLINGaforrent.iapplytoU.Til; J ; .

;,y! ; ,; times to get the best results out of the much like the drummer who was waiting :. report whom to Mid the yew Court waa, and referred It apprarln having to marie the '

rot ;engine-where the full energy of the around the depot when the train BEST CHEAPEST aatlafartkm of the Court that the petitioner, '
the said Mn N. Rtiero (Marv lie .ro). U a ler. .H,,r
4 ''jf .cylinders would be realized, where the was. He asked the agent for the makings married woman, and tbe wife of NtrholanRevero .

cost of steam would be most economical i of a cigarette, then asked for the and that. to oa.lake. has charge, proper ot cap..aU, and FOR RENT-A modern 8room'ftat,

with insisted the lemon e tate and -. eb.ooma so with all city convenlences._ Apply to .:...
t and the power steadiest And 1 paper, then Upon agentrolling a *v
IDEAL FERTILIZERS Ins dealer' In every ....S.an4 therefore or W. B. Harris, Gazette office. tf X
r + 4'' these l Instructions the engineer left the I the cigarette, and finally asked d.red that the aid ,,, .....1'be and :,

pew,' fireman'' at1 his task.( In a abort for'a match: "Say, Bo," exclaimed : he It la urns fnrtber Is hereby ordered. appeared adjudged mud and eoDflnned.. decreed TO RENT-After May 1, furnished '. '

I ""t 'time the engine began to wheeze andBnort I the agent "the only thing you have !Is # that a license be and the same la hereby xrtnted house, 9 rooms, bath, electric light,. *4
'to the petitioner. tbe aald Mrs N. ReneroMary hot and cold water; piano, etc; 6 or, ,V
} and -wabble In its strokes. The I the habit. ( Regero( ),to take chance of and manage more boarders assured "'
y'' en&'ineet'rushed Into the boiler room We must have the Makings, the As Good as the Name her free own dl.r.estate and' property" and to become a Addrens Box 143. alsumm.r.IOU'., 'IJ?

t : and'confronted the fireman smoking 1 1JI enow-how and the energy in publicity Don cud ordered at DeLand thus 46th. day of
March, A, D. 112.: FUR RENT-A large 9-room bou e.d
:y
pt '"1 'gauge.stood at 150 pounds. "Didn't I j ji taancial aid, and then advice in spendIng Jodie Florida.Circuit Court BeTrnth Ja-llcl Dlatrlctof street, in spacious North Kissimmee.grounds _on Price Main "

I" 'J i tell you+1 to .keep the gauge up to 210 t the money, and when we can accomplish Local AgL Waters & Carson Grocery Co. //1 I $25 per month. Nelson Realty Co. s

4j: : pounds?" ,"Sure." "And why haven't results with our' own efforts, Is U. S. Depository.Cashier 12-tl ;.
.
i i 'you done' 'M I 'told you?." "Oh I ,get out and do things. You have to WILSON ,& TOQMER FERTILIZER CO. N. B. Carson, of the State FOR. RENT-A large house and fire "
_
make You do it when it di ., __... + Bank of Kissimmee .has beennotified acres of
sacrifices. inside
t : i ,thought would. let you use up what I ground the cltyJlmlw---; :
4 u Jacksonville by the United States postoffice department about one mile from the
Fla. -
would I rectly, concerns you-i-why, not when it postoffi ,.1
; 'l- teani, we had :and. then, I give that a postal sayings bank will Nelson Realty,Co. la-tf -
t I indirectly concerns and profits A
you. the local
be. opened at postoffice on
,Rk.. you some more" \
You par a special tax for a sidewalkor April }, amkthat the State bank has FOR-KENT-Earl property, consisting
s jH )+ I That'.I the greatest trouble with paving In front of your property- been designated a United States deposItory of 20 acres of ground It miles from

y ?+ { 'moal ,communities.. :They think they he property vain' increases CO percent to handle the funds of the I postal the city limits; also 15 aces Inside (0'
bank. The State bank is now a na the limits
city
NelsoirflemUy Co. .
: and : more than the tax has cost yon.' : .I
:caD_pop-off!; f ateam today' tEe enert al. state and county depository. ';12-tf c,

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