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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 19, 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: VID00538
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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,MEMBERS HAS. DISAPPEARED' CITY* ELECTION T NEW: SUBSCRIPTION
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DrJis es Great' Work .for Feared That E. M..Oliver Is ,Victimof ,Passes Off Quietly. Chief Interest ,

Trade. R coni-' foul. "Play.". Is In Marshalship., County Commissioners'Make. It Possible .

Oneliks Ala., April li-JB.; M;Oliver The city election on Saturday passed for Valley, Gazette to "\
Attendance at, a prominent and wealthY/resident of off quietly, and without any unpleasant Contlnde Its Splendid
sting'and' Im- ,v this county has been missing from'fats) t Incident. Considering" the fact that
home since March 22, and nothing'' has b'- there were so few contests a large vote Pubtidty Work..

m' int' Meet.. been''learned of his whereabouts since was cast, the chief, Interest, apparently -
xt March, whep. he was .seen on" the I being in th. election of marshal for In recognition. of the splendid work
T ard I of Trade meeting streets of Birmingham by Dan MeCall, which office there were seven candi Lwhtch this paper Is doing for Osceola
on pght 'wu attended by their brother of M. M. MeCall of Opelika. dates., > county the Board of County Commie. ..,
of members who have It is thought by"members"of the Oliver .Mr. N;C. Bryan for mayor was un. sloners 'at the meeting this week renewed
er (sent at a meeting of the : family and his friends and" relatives opposed. He received 207 votes. Mr. the.subscription for 800 copies!
b', > WM not nearly enough i that Mr. Oliver has met with foul play. Bryan Is a member of'th.Arm of Wa of the Valley Gazette to be Hot to
seats and quite a number stood I Detectives have been employed to workon ..., ten & Canon Co.:: a capable businessman bomeseeiters In various parts 61 the
durisy entire,, meeting. No such the case, and pictures of the missing whose1 reputation In the city In United States. This action on the part
gena.l busiasm has ever been not. man: will shortly appear in all of every way is unspotted. He''' is thoroughly of the Board --insures a continuance for .
led in1M ry of the board and It is the larger state papers. Nq stone will ".. . familiar with the needs of Kis another six months of the unique plan r
confsY, believed that the present be'left unturned In an- effort to locate , LJ simmee through I i'lon& residence her, lof publicity adopted about Urea years
yea' {the most prosperous .and him. '..-- JJ.v. and will undoubtedly give clean-cut ago by our farsighted Commissioners, *
C succMrifuJ the'life of this important It is reported that Mr. Oliver always .' < business' administration. plan which has been very successful .In .t ,}I
r I carried on his >person a large sum of For councilmen the rote was as ,Sol- attracting attention to the best county
|sl purpose of the meeting money.. The day previous to his departure lows two to ,be elected? A. Gilbert, In Florida. The plan has been so sue
wu Mr. F. J. Hansen, of Flts- \to Birmingham he drew $2,000 In 198; J., M. Lee 133; A. E Thomas,. 95; cessful in fact, that I It has been copied .
11yG who Is seeking a new loi currency from a local bank. It Is known i,. J. F.'Clarkson 88. Messrs. Lee and by several Other,/'sections of the country 4
for a i sand-lime f brick factory that he, was In possession of this money t m Gilbert, who were elected! stem very two' counties California, "ea.
J.L Seati' h, been operating at a small when be reached Birmingham. The high. on the roll of Klsslmmee's high- having adopted It. Imitation''Is said to
Georgia. H..outlined his prop- fact.that he had the money with ,him minded and capable business men. Mr. be the sincerest ,,form of flattery and*
('ositk, aixf\ the entire matter was reJferrel while in Birmingham is advanced u Lee is .-president of the State bank on this theory the Osceola County Come y ytmlssloners ;I
-* : to a'committee composed as fol- Tan indication that foul play is the solution manager of the Lee-Parsons Cattle Co. 1 are to be congratulated' }
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'\JowsiX.84, Nelson. A. B. Mskinson, of his disappearance.Sam and has numerous other business con,I having originated an advertising plan
1 jA.EjDooefran?i J. M.'Lee and a member H. Oliver of the LafayetteSun nections. 'H. has served,the.city before :which f is considered worthy of imitation e.
,. 1 .! \be:firm of Ludlam & MacDon- was In Birmingham Sunday for. u councilman and will give to :In so many places.
'tiough:4Tlds; committee after canvassing the purpoee of investigating the disappearance I affairs of the municipality the th'l I Inthis particular the present'(board,

the mater thoroughly, decided that of his relative. This morning -- --- -'----' careful attention that he does to his has but acted in accordance with its ''
/ considering the alas of the payroll the M. M. MeCall, a nephew of Mrs. Oliver -n------c.; ,'. .. own business. I I well established ..reputation for C
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; gentleman wanted too large an invest- and president of the Opelika cotton L------------HON., N.I &:: BRYAN-. .Mr. Gilbert conducts a large and successful !venxs. No movement looking to' .

ment byihs people of the city and not mills, left foY Birmingham for the, purpose MAYOa or KUSIMMEE mercantile business In North the welfare of the 'county haV;>ver,>
'to follow the matter up, feeling that of carrying the investigsoion be Kissimmee., He Is wideawake,. careful been turned down by 'the members.
the nooty can be better invested inBother gun Sunday further. and conscientious and has a very'real :: Osceola county It fortunate in having,
Industries I I Mayor Makes Many Good Suggestions interest In Kissimmee and Its future' on the Board five men who ban been
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r Dr. Wins of the membership committee I The foregoing dispatch relates to a He may be expected to make a splendid 'successful in their own, business,'and, 'a '
1" ,. ....e a splendid report of his brother of Mr. J. W. Oliver of Oliver's --r- name for himself on the Council, j I who are devoting to the public business ,
i work sines the Board of Trade smoker Island the two brothers each owning i The city council field its first meetingof soon befa large l city without any parksexcept Mr. J. Z. Roberson was re-elected the same abilities and faithfulness that
'on Tuesday night. He turned in a listef an interest in the island. Mr. J. W. the new fiscal year Tuesday night the small ones in the center ofBroadway. treasurer by a Vote of. 230, and Mr. J. they have given to their own. The at*.
.% fifty-time, new member., and se..eompulolt Oliver went to Birmingham the early inducting Hon John M. Lee and-Hon.: Land. increasing In value R. Gilbert clerk by a vote of 234. No1 fairs'of the.,.county are safe'in the'
.. with checks for dues to .part of this week to aid in the March A. S. Gilbert the newly elected mem every month and the longer this matter more faithful and conscientious gentlemen hands of these.. men., ,
i the amount of 1163.60. The persons on for' hi. brother.'. At the time of this bers into offlc/ The occasion was delayed the greater the expense than these ever served the public, 1T Valley" : Gazette' wiU continue to
. 'the list were elected to membership writing no word had been received In without ceremony but felicitous expressions which will have to be incurred to secure and their re-election without opposition. give all i Its strength..te be-promotlon l .
i-and, a rlaiof vote of thanks was tenm'ed this city from him and k Is thought; were given and the council a suitable site for this purchase Is pleasing to .very citizen of KIs- of the best Interests of.the*county, and''
Dr. Winn for his faithful work. that the missing mai. has not yet been. got right down to bu.in.... The The Village Improvement Society .Imm_. t'to set forth In the fullest, possible way
The' treasurer was allowed $10 for found. council is composed of business men of has been of great help in beautifying The vote for marshal was as follows: the advantages.and attractions of this
'office expanses, and the secretary $6.00 LATER-Mr. J, W. Oliver returned recognized ability and a continuance of our streets and to them in.,auJargeineeisttw F. W. Pittman 100; W. W. King, 1f6; in.!"section of Florida 011.behalf .f .

for. postage. last night from Alabama, accompaniedby the pu'-proRre..I". conduct of the .j. dee, the present, attractiveappearance Arnold Bass, 62; Geo, E Jflsber.jgiP' ..,the.-JIIOtI I..If-41a. aewity: "wr,<.ssirtar. "
'Kuykendall gave notice Mss E. M. Oliver who I.' now 'atthe city affairs may: WrVJtected.The of Broadw.,. .1)[ recommend U. White 15; O. E.' Dung, 9; W. R. ,' thank the Commissioners tot making It r

:? that at the regular meeting be would home of Dr.: F. G. Thomason In main feature of the evening, was I ; therefore, that you cooperate Henderson., 8. Total vote 297. Mr. possible tor us to continue- sending to-
o propose an amendment to the, constitution this'city. Mrs. Oliver received a letter i the reading of a messsge. from Mr. N. with them in every way poe.lble..and Pittman has been acting for some timeas thefour; corners'of the country the
?. creating a board of governors.. from her husband a few days ago datedat C. Bryan the newly ele ted mayor.In encourage them to greater effort! looking marshal and has made snot excellent good news that.here'we havMhe love-' 4
Plant City, I in which he stated that the message, Mr. Bryan .shows' a 'to the building of'a City Beautiful. official. llest'spot that the sun shines upon.
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.if' "Mr.'A. Donegan chairman ant he Was very ill and that he was lookingfor clear understanding of the needs of the We need-more trees and palms. Every

ce4 th. appointment of the follow- her.. From this it is inferred that city. The message follow.: tree and shtubv planted adds',to ,the IMPORTANT MEETING
members' of the advertising com- his mind is temporarily derVnged J. April 2/1912. attractiveness of the city and enhances 1-DENIES REQUISniqNk l : ittee J. M. Wlllson. Jr., A., 8. Nel- -
W. Oliver continued his journey toPlant'City To the .Honofable. ; City Council of the value of property. The V; I. S. ,
C.: W.GrUlln.. Lewis O'Bryan. Board of Trade will Consider Several .
last night; in the Aope that Kissimmee, should be aided financially, and in,every Governor Gflchrist Refuses Request /
vote of thanks ;was given to Gentlemen: other way. .''" Matters '
he might find some trace of his missing Monday Night '' of 'illinois Executive. '
Ludlam & MacDonough fort brother Mrs. Oliver is deeply wroughtup :Having commenced a new year There are several ordinances andregulations y. ,,
.offer! LaJot at Cape Breeze for -"over: the disappearance of her husband as members of the City Council ,as which seem to me to ..beneee.&rJ The Board of Trade will hold Its regular Attorney W. B.. Crawford of this dt1".t*!* i'j.'
lion of a Board of Trade build-! and any Information concerninghis Mayor: I wish to make some euggesbons : for the general welfare of meeting next Monday night.,*The has received the following.I.tter. which a, '
Board la preparing now to plan Its advertising ',
l. and recommendations is self-explanatory
whereabouts will! be appreciated.RUSHIOWE to your community. t
::1rIrJ W. J. Sears spoke at some length Honorable Body and ask for them your On account of our growing popu- campaign for this year, and State of Florida:; Executive Departm't,' ..
., rft ardIng the,-value to the city of the patience and consideration.I lation and constant Increase In, traffic; needs the earnest co-operation of every Tallahassee April 2. 1912. ,.
'I} ;front ''and, 'suggested that' some first wish to congratulate the cityon on the business streets which at times member.' Several important mattersare Honorable. H.'P. Bays,
'N'. \,*huld be provided for the erection ... having a board of earnest businessmen becomes badly congested it 'seems tome on I the calendar' for next'' Monday Tampa Florida. '
'* pavilion", 'on i the! lake, such as I Is Well Known Young People Are to handle her finances make her that .n' frdinance'p.emlne, the night,..Including aDd a proposed constitutional .My Dear Sir:-I have carefully examined ; ?- >3,
'dI so attractive a' gathering 'place Wedded.Mr. laws; and help as you no doubt will in movements of, '' teams >,vehicles''' and change the Matter of lakefront the protest.filed by Mr; W. B. at-&
.let tI.1"i''people of a'number of other Quietly pushing forward the Improvements already automobiles has''become 'necessity. improvement. Let every member Crawford, of Kissimmee,' against the '
lOn motion: :the following com- J. Emory Rush and Miss Frances commenced and work for the up-, Unless such'"ordinance Js passed and attend this important meeting., granting of a requisition received by "
Nate. was.appointed' to take this mat- Lowe were married on last Saturday building of.every part.,of it, at the enforced th..l. a strong probability With the earnest operation of the me from the'Governor of,Illinois, for'
? terup, '' .** : evening at o'clock; at the home of Mr. same time using business'judgement in of some of our citizens being, killed .or people Kissimmee,!, the population 'extradition' of Solomon B. Anltman.
.r.w J": ,a.an. ,W. B. Harris.- N. C. C. Buckles,<.Rev.: H. T.,Galnet, of the managing her finances,' in order to keepup injured by .neck.ess driving; J ''recom- and this.wealth of the city can be doubled to the.,/State of Illinois; for trial"upon,
t :SO'-n.'A..S..N.llOn., C.'W. Griffin. ' Methodist cHurch. officiating. The wed- the march of Improvement and keep mend to your consideration the passing by time next year, new industriescan an" indictment' charging the said Aolf

-,Tap meeting' adjourned; : ''to Monday'I' ding was quiet,. only a fejsv friends of the millage, down .to,I a reasonable of such an ordinance at an' early date. be secured our farm lands settledup min"with the crime of larceny as bailee,
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and the whole country may be informed '
.prlt 8. - ,- > the contracting parties 'being in attendance figure. Th..leel.latur. of 1909 passed a etc. I have also''carefully examined 'fyour
;. ',' .'' .* ,.., ,I b'-ve.been greatly pleased with the special act giving the City,Council of of the .'advantages of this favored answer to Mr.: Crawford'1 protestand
'.' Both the bride and groom while they class of improvements made in the I last Kissimmee; power to fix and collect 'a I section. This work should be your letter accompanying such an-. "r
tx.: 5-3: have not long been residents of the city, six months and am sure there. Is .no special license fruit circuses and 'street started .Immediately in order to swer., % f
,- have -cqurred, a large circle"of friendsin citizen of Kissimmee who is not'pleased carnivals and shows. It seems to' m. Carry,. It on the Board of Trade needs 1 It appears to m*that the controversy
Sanford 'Gets I fie Luck and Takes a this vicinity;, Miss Lowe"" Is the ,head and proud of Broadway with Its parks that for the past', two winters these the aid of everyone. The dues will not between Miss' Elizabeth Bickerdlk and
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-, of the music of the Osceola heavily,on any person but If-400 to Mr.'Aultmsn relate '
nepartment brick streets ''and its general appearance I. shows have been always with'. us, and to certain money.
dose Game. 600
High SchooL,, She has showed herself denoting thrift, and enterprise.Our there'nothing connected with' ,them paying. members could be secured transactions which might bet) adjusted
The: KUsimmee"baseball, team' was. a thoroughly capable, musician,, having city Is growing very fast, and I that Is conducive' to god :morale or It :,would mean wonderful things for and settled in civil, ,suits.. It appears (j''
[out-lucked at Sanford Thursday": ,after: !Ion numerous, occasions demonstrated suggest. that, you use all reasonable that will benefit,humanity:I', They "are Kisslhuneel: .The meeting next Monday that civil"'salts are now 'pending,which,
P ?n to thetune of'5-3.. The teams'not'oniy'beown, skill u' a pianist'but' effort to extend the sidewalks on the also a financial drain to any community: night la the trat'regular meeting since I may.result In 'adjustment and set-
["; .re well'tnatched, 'and on merit the I 1 her ability ass teacher. Not only that, streets that "are' now without them I suggest that you, i when the ;' time the member rehabilitation of the Board and every tiement'of such contrpversy.. It also

[gameshould.'' have gone'to the Kiasirn-j f| but she has, been a, distinct! acquisition I whenever-it can be done arid r work no 'comes to fix' the amount;ot thin license 'should' be present'Mr. ...t appears that the Illinois Indictment will
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I mee":boys;If the Celery,To pa' had not t to ''the social'> ';life of; the community, hardships to owners" 'of 'the property. for another ;year make the amount so James L, Inc., who was for sev continue to run and' that no injustice
-'. ,r< had this'.foresight Jo1 provide themselves baYtr.go,by her charming personality become This will add .very much to the ,valueof large as to prevent their'coming eral" months connected with the*A.:C: would be don if the extradition of M .
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.witbplentiful\ supply of: horseshoes .*> .... the to ,; 'Aultmau Is refused pending the terminI
very poptrtar. property well u to the convenience our citv. .n f Cole store in this city but was recently ,i
and rabbit feet., JKlasimmee''got, an i I The ,groom is,a young business man, and beauty of"the. streets. I also wish to recommend the pas transferred to lakeland spent, the tion of the civil' suits If proper andnecessary
.' early lead of two runs.'and'Bus a .was j t manager of the KUsimmee. Furniture another'requisition'for: his
.i _1 wish also to'call your' attention' to .age of an ordinance to regulate the sale week end with'friends here: r,
J putting them over in fine style when !j|I Co,' He has been here about six months the'great need for a'i:substantial dock and purchase. of &IOlin.. It sometimes : extradition Illinois could be submitted
|Sanford ,shoved two runs across ,to ank has already attained a well established where our clt-dOck is 'now 'sitnsted. bappens'that gasoline Is sent. Into Mr. J. W'Harris! of the' "Whtdden here after sucn salts are decided
' ) r : reputation for business stability.He The rapld'settleraenl"of the*ink.' 'r shore homes l initeatfof kerosene; and there shoe store; is Inrrecelpt'of a ;communication ; this I le 'required. In the' interest' of jo.tice. .-'
timeby f has entered heartily into the life ofthe from his brother. Carl, In'.which ,
property and the immense j amount of I. probability,of great damage being ,
; city and is counted one of our.most farm produce that will,soon' be brought ,done, Quite recently In a neighboringcity 'he states that he has been advised by In the'circumstances, I have decided .t f
;battery upset; thing 'for Kissimmee.. substantial citizens..' his physician'to take his wife to, Florida that the interests of Justice will be best a
: across the I aka for shipment from'' this gasoline was used to. kindle a fire, .
The team made s splendid rally' in tie Mr M4' Mrs. Raab j Will ,board until 'dock which Is now 5t:times ,very badly, by a lady who thought kite was, using for the benefit of her; health, and he M"ed.tOl"the:' present declining' to. ;
t I pintb/; and put'one run'across, but war the..High School closes, and will then.' over-taxed with the 'oran&"' and -turpentine kerosene. She was 'horribly burned has decided to come to'.Kissimmee'andwill honor the said requisition for Mr, Ault-. ..a '
| unableto'complete the'good, work. The make:; their home In 'a very handsome shipments will demand better and lost her life. An ordinance compelling probably locate here. He has been man' t..turn, to Illinois, sad.have so
i.was follow living ,In Portsmouth,' 0., .where ::1w ordered. b
meup as residence which Mr; Rush has just builton shipping facilities and we must provide gasolioejo-tor-sold In a red can : d
Doyle 8b, 'Alvey If, Kulp ib, E. Busp. Mabbette street them If we wish to keep,this. business or in a can with the woM "Casollrie" holds a' responsible' ;'position lea shoe I am'sending a copy of, this comma;: E;I
Duke ef. Bass rf, utton-Carr.: .'The 'Valley Gazette..wishes for the coming to us, as it naturally should. printed onJt .In large :Centers,, would factory., .__ ;I"J J u'tew .n'ication to Mr. W B. Crawford;: Kissimmee.

.ssl.Von Bampus GvBuzza:. \ e. D.wly'wedded_ couple) a long life- of hap. 1 also wish to call your' 'atte'tJolt'; .. minimise the danger from' getting the law and Have ,tound\ it,\to 'be ,ofgr.at..rvtre FIorid.'attome for Mr. Anlt a
'.'HIe umpire was only qualified, to ([of- piness. the which drains the 'western. two fluids mlxod. '. ., 'man, and..anothrrcopy to_the Secretary
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.. .. '.. bigjliteji ; :_ u ,-!-reeom mend-sucbnuaordinance of State of Illinois,'from whom the said
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e'over m game of dominoea' --an' portion of-Tie cltj-Ti: should'' bedeepened' .1 1 noticed years that a for your Consideration. >' received. lVery
y"e 4edMs. home.' HH ;:rank decisions doubtless receive the eariaupport, ,[ , of. and". '' tended to the lk |, number of 'young children are allowedto :As'Mayor I wish to work with ,.OQ'In I I requisition' wa truly ;, .
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yours' ,
,.' i impartially distributed however.:' the' people of KisSlmmee.; through the' Donegan ..laDd,- 'so 'that- be on the streets until late at night anything that pertains to the' good of ; (Signed) : ..
:\T6e player 'demonstrated,;thatthey1:: :Grounds 'have,,,beai. leased on Mabbettestreetstidaciay )) residents in that''section ,will be protected -' when they should be' 'a{ .home 'with our city, and beg' now, to offe," my ALsaTW.GILCaalsT Governor., t

ave( the material for a'fineteam,' and ;; : diamond will when we'have::excessive. rains. ] their parents. This gives young boys services at any tiJU"tha& yoq may 'desire ':, .., .
1th'*little snore' practice will be ably] be; ?made next'' week.! Grandstand, I suggest that" you,give,, this 1 prompt and.girls an* opportunity to get1 into them.,. i :. The Pythian Sisters'';will 'give'thehr.nv. :'x" JIi; .y
> bea the.best that, may"'comaV.oW.way. bleacher and fence will be"erectedat attention-: ; !<-:, .tr ..... j bad company'and to develop bad habits Thanking yon for your consideration. Annual Reception for .the' Knight. on \'C ,,:t. :..
[ ._'They 'are thoroughly game, ahcf: once, and the'dub will have a scheduleof I also suggest that you begin'now to that will be a' hindrance to them >.. I am,- Toora. truly, ,* Thursday-evening.?''April llth.: All! :r .rrti w: ,"
. L I were fightingHo the |Jut second of play game. this Mason that will satisfy' ;Idn'attention. to the matter of a recreation -.;; they grow into manhood, and''woman- i, N. c.',Basis.A Knights, their wtves, mothers sisters' : '
'i lititrr'I .*.-The.. team'deserv/s and win.nAb the;wildest fan./ i ii | .park for/'the dtyv, ,We'. wilt,'//hood.i, Some towns have,.passed a cur: .I ( 'Mayor;. and daupteracordlan. ly. invited 7y .re.
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S ,, This is Ideal Florida weather: orange' "'

4'p .. War TiWILL very trees best and vegetables How softly ale the looking zephyrs their of A FEW CHOIC,

p, I old Tohopekaliga fan us, and'the
sweat, plaintive notes of the whippoorwill -
I in the, woodland eventide remind PROPOSITION
\ us that 'Summer is near.. '

," 1 New settlers ana fast coming to ,our
fair land Mr. Munn and family, from
'PREVAIL Alabama, ara, making' some fine improvements $
on their land, once known
: ,,the Hart I 1 t
as place, near the Bogs:;
creek bridge. They haye built a new I'KGMORN PROPERTY.--This property consists of 278 ; "
t house and will set out a large orange excellent land, mostly being pine land with perhaps 40 acres,of j>
PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST grove soon. land well con'n'd'i' th cypress timber 'valuable for telegra

f 1'I!i,," The Baptists around here are whirs telephone poles| and fence posts, some commercial saW tilt r
,, pering loudly something about a new great deal of cross-tie timber; "greater part of this land ,Is e;'
church. The prospect is very flatter- citrus fruit land, there now being I 5 acres devoted ttfan ,orangey
ing. Liberal donations have been of- about one-third of which are nice thrifty bearing trees, .
: ,, } Merciless Corporations fered, and some without the asking, younger trees; (i-room house, hot in very good condition Rood
which we certainly appreciate.! ness house local'odon the corner of the farm where a me
Miss Edna Harvey two business was established many years ago; school house on thjl
spent days
the LuiklingH! a church a quarter mile,oqs\
with G. B. Lawson's family last week. about 100 yards from .
: : traveled! road leading to, the south part of the county; 1 Wi, 7'
II : Misses Bess and Elenore Moseleyand from railway station, 2 miles from a town of about 2500 peopl\1:;\
!, : : i BY PAYING CASH "BY PAYING 'their cousin, Miss Minnie Belle property can be purchased on most favorable terms of paY l "
Moseley, were the guests of Miss Irene
iLl I fine property to cut into small (alms and sell to homseekers. 1 i'I'1 I I
,\o' Hilliard from Friday evening until ,vw%"". S I
j\\ ,; Monday. WALTERS KAltM AND GROVE.-This; splendid little tract tot
..- tains 10 located just !: the road from the above de rib
Carl Milliard will soon begin work on acres across\ ,
his large fine launch. property, convenient to school church and railway facilities; {I'
. !fl 12 l-2e WHITE SALT MEAT 121-2e one-t ourth the tract has an excellent grove, the greater part( .
Rev. Father Fox paid Mr. E. F. Masters : which in splendid<\ budded, grllp"fl uit in bearing, several tange'trees
;''f a pleasant visit a few days since. and a number of orange trees excellent variety, pave:
Mr. George Hay has a fine tomato guava bushes and some peaches; the balance of the tract is |III coll '
prospect this spring vation, fenced and cross fenced; I 5) acres more of this tract is a,up
; t ior quality of land the balance splendid!) farming and truck
Smoked Bacon .15 9 Ibs. Meal The L. U. A. S. met at the home of 1.st"l"I.. orange, .. Inn, 2 wells, 3-room house jus '
F .25 Mrs. Jeff Barber last Thursday.Most land; good \ grain ac
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"" the road from this property.' Owner authorizes us to sell V'II
7: 1 oJ' of our neighboring people took means a bargain price to the buyer. r .1
Lard. .10 9 Grits
; r) Compound .25 I in the best of carnival week in Kwaim- KHri- '
f BROWN FA KM. ,-40 acres. of splendid land a quarter mite f

} : ': t .: , 10 Ib. Pail Cottolene 1.25 1 lb. Rumford mee.Mr.. Smith and son. who recently purchased railway station, 200 :yards. from school and church; 4-room f riffle ,
: the Lavis house with 2 fire places> 12 )porches, house surrounded; by nice shade j
i l, 4 lb. pail Cottolene .50 Baking Powder .25 good work clearing pine property and, palmetto are doing, and ornamental III'uhtl'rYi1)out5, ; ) ] acres in cultivation, fenced I sy .
I I and getting' their land in tine shape for stables, etc. Cheap! at $40 per acre. time on half if desired IP'WE ,; '1

At' 4 lb. pail Snowdrift .50 1 lb. Buck Coffee .18 I vegetables.A . ALSO HAVK: 70 acres-of-land"" in the same neighborhood,:,''100 I i

t I view of Mr. T. A. Hughey's peach yards from station, about 4 miles from! Kmsimmee. This is all'good
S Pure Lard 12 1-2 24 lb. sack Flour .85 I orchard, which is heavily laden with land about half of which is in the artesian belt and is excellent firm J
( i I fruit, proves to us that peaches can be ing and trucking land, the other half extra fine for citrus fruit; 15 '
12" grown successfully here. Mr. Hughey acres ell'art.f.'ne.t\ and cross fenced\ in a splendid! state of Cultivation "
2 cans Chip Beef .25 .45 I must have a rabbit foot. in good condition for )planting to grove; about I 5 acres of bear-

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Milliard had avery ing grove; 4 rom house of not muth value. This property (just be 1
1 lb. Corned Beef .15 Aunt Jamima'sPancake: I enjoyable; ride Sunday afternoon sold, somebody in going: to buy a bargain. Don't hesitate, bit e Come
with Mr. and Mrs. McAdoo in their auto down. 'E '
'' i 1 lb. Roast Beef .15 Flour .10 ,I to their beautiful hammock property ,%%,.
A SPLENDID PROPERTY"containing() 200 acres with i1"'s '
in Goblets Cove.A .
. ;, Heckers Pancake Flour .10 I station on the land. Lo acres in cultivation, 10 acres of fine])''Joung t 1
Best Butter : .40 party was given Saturday evening I grove jubt beginning to bear; large 8 room house with porches!, sl rebuilding
at the home of-Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Milliard automobile /Karate: good barn and SO tenant houses,'nllwsy'
i a Irish Potatoes pk. .40 2 pkg. Seeded Raisins .25 for the young folks of the community station on the land, every acre splendid toil, most of which 1 to a superior ,
a few older ones being present quality of citrus fruit land. This property will be sold at I
numbering about thirty-five in all. bargain price' and on. favorable' > terms of payment. It is withliu two
Cracker Boy Coffee .32 6 Uneeda Biscuits .25 sic from piano and phonograph MU-// miles of a good thriving town of over 2,000 people.
& rendered, games played and vvvtw f 4 .
t:5: ; Hero Coffee .25 6 Toilet Paper .25 ments served consisting of fruit 520 acres of land located about half a mile fromlwafm !: I !;: .. t
,! and cake. A real social time was enjoyed I and 2 ].2 miles fitm the! city limits of Kifsin me e. All good land,
6 cakes-Toilet .25 and the party dispersed at a very I good drainage!, convenient to railway and good town. A nice little ','
', Good Vinegar, gal. .20 Soap late hour, proving that the time had ,colonization proposition to cut into smaller f aims and sell at a good
been pleasantly spent. profit. This can be had on favorable terms of payment. .

Octagon .25Challenge Gulf Shrimp .10 Mrs. G. Boo Lawson, Mrs.,, Milliard '0 ., ._
Soap" .
't; FINE LITTLE HOME inside the city l limits; 20'acres of land inside -
,Y' } ... and Miss Irene few drove
to
a days ago .
the crossroads, f/onts the beau
city limits on property city, a
;, ? ,:'" : 'Milk$' ;&:,,;' ':1 /' , .10, 3 cans, Soup ,' ... .25' west the home of Kissmmee"tQ of! Mr. ''and see'Mrs.',the, Fansler little, ,tiful little palace' of a home containing: G,_ rooms; pretty front yard; "t.. ,J
; with nice lawn: end many beautiful flowers; all good land, fencedand
2 Maine" corn .25 Miss Fansler who}; recently took up'her cross fenced. A number of pecan 'trees, considerable citrus tree '
Eagle Milk; .15 pack abode in their family. The Fantlers .
some peaches; a large barn good well with irrigation Outfit, evRj:
were once "IsJanders, .but have '
gone thing in lirHtclass 1 shape. Owned by a gentleman whose buatneettwill / ]
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Sweet Peas .25 to seek their fortune in the '
Good Pr.unes. 12 1-2 2 Shingle not permit of his giving this property attention. You will :
i creek soil. A PIONEER, j burr,
.i this beautiful suburban home, if you will come and see it.1

2 Moro Molasses .25 i BfSTIN I 1MM1K
Evaporated .15
r. Apples STATE We have an ortunity I to place a few loans that are absolutely

; ;,: ::1.'A 2 cans Quaker' Oats .25. ,1 ," Karo' Syrup .10 Minnesota Men Buy in Prairie After safe. at very kinds encouraging of Florida. investments rates! of interest.and excellent;. homes. '' N'J.f )"i'"i'All :


.t s it$<' Mothers Oats . .10 2 Alaga Syrup ..25Don't Messrs.Extensive Paul Prospecting Krinke and Tour.Lewellen :i

I ..:."i' --- -- Bartlett Lake City, Minn., and Chas. -
nr Parkins, of Good hue, Minn., who cameto '
> : tr'+ 1 1t this city some week. ago with the NELSON REALTY COMPANY'' { :
Hunter Land Company excursion, returned '
tr here the first of this week froman ;: ,
Pills"I
"Slowkins' '
( FLORIDA 1
Pay KISSIMMEE
t. extensive prospecting trip. Upon : : I

/ their return they closed deal for
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tracts of Kissimmee prairie.land, declaring .. 'j .',
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that, they found nothing. goodon
their visit to other' parts of the
state. The gentlemen visited, among '. , '.,
other places Lakeland, Tampa, Bar- ,
DIG UP THE CASH tow, Fort Myers, and several points lyIng ;I,-.. i '
between those cities. I \
Mr. Krinke stated that he was glad Is Complimentary: '

:AND SPEND A PLEASANT SUMMER he had' made the trip, because it had
assured him ttikt the Klssimmee Prairie
:. .. '"" ,' "' land waa superior to that advertised Parties receiving: this paper, who are not', '

. extensively-'by other ae tlons'of the regular subscribers,. must not think,that .it is. '
state, and he felt the Utmost confidencethat .
the mtention of the publishers to later d.. ,
he was making a correct choice.
:..?; } ,i" ( Pay the Delivery Man: or he will Surely'1 \ The gentlemen' are all prominent citizens and oFlhem the subscription price, as it is, > '

,''\1" Return the Goods to the Store... / opinion oft will' their be worth home much towns, and their mailed to them complimentary, by our'Boar I,

tIi- " .. ", \'. : They are also very well pleased with of County Commissioners' for the purpose of :

:; ..." .. ._, 0. ,, : .. Kissimmee. They stated that while with'the iu
tf'4' .J. --,, , r'J acquainting them many'advantages.a,
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had visited
they several very pretty \
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: .:;', ' '. towns, noneseemed so proDressive, so and opportunities this town and county offer a
.. ', t '.; Lff' Ii', I f- full of business, and so very evidently the ho eseeker.- The paper will be mailed a .. \

; : ;"" '?iV'V: \ :(( T est KisslmmePHONE ; destined city. to They become expect a large to spend and important next- few weeks to any person whose name is given :f \ I

s winter here. us, and if they should desire to receive it regularly ' ,
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... .;. lartercar Agency.The thereafter, we would be glad' to put, 1..c1:1. : )
I' '< them subscription list at the .,.. ,,. I
Kissimmee Auto Garage and on our regular r ,;
I', n Machine Company, of this city, has rates' ;:
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taken the agency for Osceola Orange ... ]i.i

< ? A Y L 0 R'S and' Vplusia counties a,for the Cartercar- ; +''i -
fine ::
ti' A carload l of these machines will ,;
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- be received at the local garage withina ,. , .
.e Ii I very short time. I
Board Trade next
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( ft. ,,,1912') THE K1S8IMMEE: VALLEY :GAZETTE' .' I lip I ,.. PsRr

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w For TilX ''Xssessor. .
?r - ..J : :.
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I decided to>> p1.0. my name before the
voter of'Oa .iir.. 1 f I ehnald. be your eholoa In the pii i
mary 1.ball endeavor 1111 tbe office faithfully
and lo tbe heat of my ability. Your euppowtllbeapprralated. i VOTE FORDN1G'1
.. ,R.I"l1y,
i'; W U.LIAat Lt, BARBEa: .
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1 I I For,, County Treasurer,. '

r r DeU."lulf that I have fulfled the t"'"tof toe
iJ havesaisfaotorely .
'- people of O.oeolaoounlyan '
c |M>rformol *be dunes of the office 1 no" K

;a7s olioit your support for ...-.Ioctl;:*" :'MILha.

; '

r ,For Sheriff. '

r I hereby. annotinne mrnolf a eindldate for) FOR:
r the oftlco of sheriff of Onoeula, oounty at the
oomlutf pHnmry.' If eliX'Unl a aln I liromlKl F :ft rle ily end imiwrtlally.. Your
unuorl U aollcited. C. F, Fa IVATT. ?

I State Senator ; -

ForSheriff.. :

I hereby announce mraelf'' a candidate for '
theolltoeof Sheriff of Onoeola County.mibjertte l. .'
tile action of the DemocraUo primary. If
elated I plndxe. a .faithful dlnonarga of the 1u--
tie.of ibuofUua. 1". U. INOKAM. ,
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: For County Commissioner II .

; It At 11.8 aollclutlou ..Iny frlcu'U I lierebyaitnnu "
Una Hint I am a enndidnte for county oomnilMloner : 'I"
from the lib' cll..lot..f OaneoUoiiitity.
If ohoKeii toflll the elite. I proralHO.\ .. $ '.", ,
0'I!:, HIT duty to the, bestof my aiillliy wlllioiiv T m ; : 'I,
u uuherfearorfsvorfromany HOIMXW.. .
{I 11..I....! f.'y.| K. M. ILLIS. AVt l 1

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For County Commissioner. "I
I Pr 1 4 .

1 County r linreby: t.ommlaetJn'r nnioiinoe: myxolf;from: a the pnn-1lUte Fourth: dim for:

; ft1 Irlct or O..IR county I wlah to think the d,1; y ,
pool le for their Vluduton tbo |>..t and ...!tolL
th "lrmimM>rtln tuu future If eievMd' I pie .
r my faKhftHncrTlce and .uernonal .t'.entlon. to .'
the.dutlan of tba ortlo O. K. JJ/i. tI.
-M,1 4))

For Treasurer. .

T hereby announce inywlf apatidldate for the
office of t'AUnty'1'reaahrer, and will appreciatethamipnortof .
the democratic voter at the
appn>aublnv primary." e. L. Ll1l' IUt.
CARY D. LANDIS


-Candidate for State Attorney Tax Collector .

> DurlnK\ my term of office aa Tax Oollwtor, Jhavu
den the work my personal. eltetitlon and
, Seventh, Judicial Circuit tarred,l the (Hxiplnof O-tceoU noiintY ti> the bunt
ha t of any ability. I vrlll ba a candtdato (lor re1 "
.I. oton. and ,It my work' lu the offloo .baa met -
slthyourapproval.Iw1'I very much appruc.late t
your upurtVery| | re.toctfnhy.' )
I'. 1.. BANDY
. CANDIDATE' FOR GOVERNOR -- ,

For Member Board of Public In- h 1f

struction.At .

tho rcciuem of my'Jrionds t take this
incthiMlof ann unriiiK myself aandldmo for I
l
:Ihuoffloiiof iiieiobcr: of the I :Hcbuol Hoard mrDlHtrlct f ti
No X, Mceola ..ou..I,. aud 'OtII'I'| fully .
net the support of Urn inters of my dUtrlcl
.. the coming prima y elertlnu.., N1 fl

-JOIN II BAIIDEN! f fI

For Member: Board of Public In-

'struction.
I
V Yt t I hereby minouuce mynclr\ a eatididnln, ' for
i tie rm>l..clliin .>. it ...invmbur( the school Boanlfrom
thin the first dlHlrlct. subject to lure .c- '
.luuof the Dem..H.r.L.0. prhnuy.WAI.I'KR C. BJ89., He is one of the common people and know their legislative need ,:'

He is a large tax payer and will work for tax reform. y .

__ ,' For County Commissioner I Osceola County is entitled to name the senator this time and DONEGAN,is Oi- .\
tit
a a : yhy 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for reHlcclloti ceola's candidate.
,'.. M to the shim' 0 itt t'uuiitv CoinmihaioltT a. Ij t\
"r 1 1 f . .m from IJIntrlft N<>. ">. and reipvin fully nullclt tho
.ui>|",Tt ol the voter 'In thai dtatrc't, ft
U\Y. S. I'EA ItCE:

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,rC Pr11 *
. For County Judge. ,
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I To the Democratic Voter1. of tmueola Coiiutv. t I

Florida : CIIURCII DIRECTORYI
I hereby ."""ulII..I111 em a catidldHtv for I
rw election. ... H. Couutr J.IIl"( ot I cfolrt County, I
r > r subject to Urn eel, loll of 'the Im iinocrrttut' I'ttm ry I _
15115 1 .. rely llinnk you for' your MM."ort in .1..- l9-
prisi.und will vary much ibir' | ciatwoiir eat p- I
Pi1t pert HKIilD. lir.O. I'. PARICEItFor I I /

I r '"A. J. Holt, D. D., pastor. 33. _- + ;:;A

Senator 19th District.To r rrf ;: Sunday- .' l

the Dcmouratlc vnti-ri of 0..01. count: I Bible School 9.45! a. m. "= 4jjH.
< hereby announce ibHt I urn N oHiidldHte forreflectinn
HM Hfiiator from the luth DliflTlo',. : Preaching 11 4. m. and 7.151p. m.
Iho ,'ttou of th. Democratlo
ubiect to a primary
n/' '
B. Y. B. U. 6:45, p. _j t
zi 1 thank ruo iiiiifierely for your.ui |MMt lu theitiuil : '
ai.d It you api.rovo my legislative rcw..r"'. Communion Sunday.:!, J=::
1 reuiwctfally madly _... ""
ItyouWtllutrain. ItY'.- Monday-after( 3rd Sunday w

Woman's Miss. Unlon-j Deva !.!>,* .1

For State AttorneyTo Wednesday-(af tor 1st SundayZWorn. ] i" 1

the Democratic.Voter of the. 7th, Judicial r Miss. Unlon-&caal, 3 to 6 pro
( Florida '
Circuit o
i hereby. anuouuue thou I am a candidate lorroitppoiiitme'it Thuradav- r
ea Stale Attorney for limeSevonh rKy i
7:00
Prayer meeting : m.
Judicial Clruutl of Florida, subject/ lo a p
the action of the Di-mocrailo primaries la Visitor always welcome.
tuna Itfli.: Yoo have honored me with thliofltco
i and I have endeavored to deserve )onrrotifldeme
lu ai<> by doing my duty lo the beat PRESBYTERIAN.S. f
of my .hllll,.. .
If reappolnted 1 Ipledire I you to do all In my S. Snyder
power lo uphold: t law and order in our GMroim, pastor. r
COL. CROMWELL GIBBONS with prejudice to acne and with (airnen to all- Sunday School S .45 a. m.-A.. S.
Thanking for pant klndneta.I I respectfully "
you
uk your lupuorl attain. JOHH O. "Jos: Nelson superintendent 'D. ,GEIG R\
8..... Attorney ,
Church Service 11 m. m. and 7.00 p.m.

f Christian: Endeavor 6.15 p. m. Candidate forProsecutingAttorney I .

ANNOUNCEMENTSFor Member of School BoardAt # Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.00 ;
I' '
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the olteltatlmi" of my friend and Totem R p.m.
1 ("* |*- I am anandldetafor: member of School' ikmrdIn :Visitors mOllt.rdlally.lnvlted to'all Otceola 'County ., .11I k

( Clerk Circuit Court. all the In my Ar.t power district.to relnnute If elected tree I promise aehool to book.do W., A. McRAE oervlces. <.' K-, ')*' .

At' the urgent aolldtatlon of ray.: friends In thla ouua T. F BAM K B. OOjULIEK. '

throughout the county. I hereby announce my COMMISSIONER ,-
elf a candidate f.:r oink of the Circuit Court Or'AGRICULTURE METHODIST. FOR II' "
VOTE
In and for Oecrola .........., a: the....mlDIi pH- Member of School Board H. T. Galn pastor, ,
'10.... I wlMh to think the ]...ple for theirkuid ,
enpViirt' In tbe I-*, and noliclt their ion- I Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.-J. L.
f : I hereby annoimcemreelf .candidate" for ,.
sr1rys portln the tutnre. If tlvcled, 1 pledge my
faithful ..-."1.... aid pvrnonal attentlou to th.dntfee election lo the office of member the 'School Overitreet superintendent.
Board for the ._net district, Oeceole couu" .
of lb.office k
e J LWUV&K8aItET.I' : I pledge lu the future the aame faithful' atteo' Preaching services. a. m.,. and 7:30 d7t
Ion lo the liiiereil ol the"echoet of the comity A candidate to succeed himself
that I have .ende vore.l to atve" In he peat. p. m. J
t I Keapfetlfnllr. K. B. BKOWN Campbell. .. Junior League 2 p. m; j :
: For Tax Assessor.
Senior Leag'U.Wed7:30 p. rru I :

b'-rebf..nnoiiooi" mf self a candidate for tnentHttf For Prosecuting AttorneyI A native Floridian Gen. prayer seryice Thurs. 7:30 p. m. I _
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fif Tax A.......' of Oafeola oonnly, and
,..........fully pollplt the support of the votem In hereby announce myself; a candlnSite for Holy-communion ever 1st Sunday.. !
approaebluv Ix-mouratui primary the oflloe of fraeeoutini Attorney ..f Ooeola '
Yon are cordiallyinvited to 'each of
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T. Bon. }
R. county. L. D.OICIOER.
f A business man who will give a these service.
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>I 1 1CRRIBTIAN.
For Tax For County Commissioner. business administration 'I

At the ro'lrliailon. of my'friend* I hereby. an ..
,: *fcp ; I hereby announce myself, a candidate for oonnoe that I am at rintildnte: for County Coromluloner .
from the Flint Dlntrkrt O.oataCimntr ; A. M. Chisholm, pastor.
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the MBa of lax Aiwa or of O ce laronnty,
: <, and aollrit Democratic th. eupport prlnmry.K.of the votpr.l. the'ap.uronohtug ., duty at.all If tlmea.elected, I will J. ".t.1irL'i.> do'my. He will APPRECIATE your:.: Preaching at 11 a. nu. and 7:00: p. m.

A.; MKHErcB. BiBle School 9.45 a. m.-C. E! Yowell' ,," f
'.' .... support in the coming superintendent; J. H. Harris assistant' .
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_' For County Commissioner.
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T.F.WEST
superintendent
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At the noltollallon of many friend and rob primary p
Endeavor
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For Tax Assessor.r1ltembr.aaobnbemyself .... I have decided. to become a candidate for Christian every Sunday a t "r
dilate For Attorney GeneralS : County Commluloner from the _lid DieMtct. '
evening at 60 IiS
a eandldate for theoffloeof If elected I ..II do my full d> ty. p. m. "
v Tax ixiiruorof Oare .
jert to the will 0.110. Demnoratlo voter at Ib ,
| l i native of the state, has coming primary and If elected I promlie to For Sale Thursday at 7.15 p.'m. t
fivemy pereoDeJ attention "."1')' d..II..D. ......
L of :
i'Jn"theactive"practice they For Supervisor of Registration. -
ueotedwiih the office. o. nUCKKL.8 S
No. 301-An attractive home In Pine- !
y!;for ten vears. has served in I I hereby announce njrftr-lf a eandldate for CTISCOPAL.Kev. : .
., of dale. This property.Is jast outside of
I re election to the office Bupervlaor of KeirU David D. Kldd rector J

louse, of Representatives.andSenate For Supenniendent of Public I "frieuda..lIon...d wUlappreoale. C.the W.support O Kir FIN of my city limits on high ground. House is Services every second and fourth Sunday

-_ two-story and contains eight rooms, all s
t and. is in accord with Instruction. at 11:00 i. m. x is
Commissioner. hard oil finlvh. two
.For County plastered and Communion 2nd Sunday at
brogressive spirit of the times. T hereby annnnnee. mTpelf e>narn. This morning
I am a rindldale for re-eleetlon aa County .
;. offlo--of (...ol-. r.uJM'lnl..d..nt..of., lo Publto the will Inatrortloa of the Com iMloner. ammo DI"Ilc.io., \ I, and will appreciate house I. located on a fivacr tract lemces. JOHN CRAWFORD): '
Democratic rodent 1&. ....mln. primary.and Ihe tnpcurtof the voter of thla db.Hint. with beautifnl view of the city and Guild meeting every first Tuesday. ..1
'* If elected I will evrute my entire time to the If ,_Itet..... 1 will.In the future .a in lake. Land is adapted to citrus fruits _
JN! duties. of the oftl_ R. D. (OUlOfc I tbe pait. twe my. beeeffort.. to keep Oaceola
In th. front ..D..t the prorraaalveeonntlva and trucking. This property can lie Florida Maps. FOR '
.or2 Acre Month 1 of Florida. K. L LB8LEY.: I had terms.
per per j -- I I Will introducecuetometfo owner and Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley NATiONALCOMMITTEEMAN ti'

For Member sot ihe.Le&i8ia.ture.J let them deal directr I'M... Breske Gazette office a pocket'map of- Florida
P Beeford celery fem. Plowl.a are. ,, -Por-Executive Committeeman; Y
.: e 18-U will be mailed to aqy address- the
well. I berehy annxnae my wvlf ai a eandldate tot &: Co. -+rv" y. .
arelwie n ,prodab.oll.proveedfatrlct. I the office of HrprMrnUttl,"e from lhle county I. I r Jam candidate for Democratic KxeentlveConmiltteeman United States. We can also furnish ,;; ,
-;' tenets water. mmd rail ....._..... the Florida valalitnni.iHibjtr. to tbe ..11101 trod Precinct. No. I, and re maps' of Osceola county at *1 each, and A progressive Desr crat. '
t Oar liberal contract allows ..1.to. the lM>moeinile votes at the oomlnr primary. 1 apeeUully solicit tke anpportof' the voter* of You'll never regret If you subscribefor will be glad l estimate onsectionalmap. young .
way .... 'Title Bond It O.are.tee and ask tba.upport of ell the while Totere of this preelnt. la the comln, primary experience V
I .ml erd.. "., **.ln .4he county. B..LAY BT*MFORD,. I!l BOMA 11HOMA8.P the Gazette. of an v kind. -4: fs' Qualified by ,,

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T:1: j 's i1..BULLOCK' LEGAL If. M. Pf.no T. Filer and Paul.George Def.ndantlIIIYenth T Blnreltary.. Complainant JUdldcl .- Gall for Democratic Primary PROFESSIONALCARDS c JJl' who buying are, ''contr la .

Circuit, Osoaola. County) -.-In ( hanoerr.It & tile, tat

ADVERTISEMENTS appearing by affidavit appended to the Mil Elections. have added a machine to >

filed. In the abovMtaUNl cau.. that; Peter Paul I mess for making drain tile
the defendant therein named la nonresident of t;
a
I . Notice of Application for Letters the ..*la of Florida and unreeldent of Berlin. In M. RIVERS M. D. I ca' ; bettrtI* <
REAL ESTATE the state of Ceorcia. and la over the acre of tw.n. T. you can buy

\: .. ***.*.%.%%%m.*.****%*..* : Patent and .1ncorpo tion. tr-une years it f'.J :rfid"h:1.: hereby that saidnonresident The County txmoprttlo., In be KxtouUv dale, of Committee Florida, her'bycalln oJOaoeola PHYSICIAN and SURGEON deal leas money. -
re
: f Notice hereby given that the underala-ned quired to appear lo the bill of complaint filed In end provides lor Hie holding) of a l.enm Cal and see my tile and i
1 ;t t. INSURANCE will apply to the irovernor of the, statS of Florida saW, cause on or before Monday the .th day of rratla. Primarv Election I to be held In compliance I lIce) titer. OtlC'.I&. Phlll'l1Iac1lJu before buying: it gt' J Jyou.
} : on the IMUi day of April.' A. 1). IV12. for letters May ll"2.l otherwise the allegations of said billwill with ."Inwa ol Ibo state of Florida., stall ,, ., make 3 4
"1)3) and
patent lnoorm.r.tlnBKlaalmmee.. Naroooaaee and : be taken aa confessed by aaid defendant I rlniary to be "O bold In paid ounty of IMoeoU l l U..tlldencl'. .: /i .Q I IB in.
Jti F' kaat; Coaat Hallway Company: :under the follow. It U further ordered that Ihla order be pub in the ktala ol F orlila at the legal. polllUK plane : ()'H'S': f UIIII'e Utj -
il : : Examination/ of Titles a lime) proposed charter and artlcl-a' of Incorporation llahecl ono m web for four consecutiveweeks In In each elcctlou. district lu said oui'ly. dll..1I1C, I .... DICKERSON 'I
a copy of which haa been filed In the office the Kiaalmmoe Valley Gazette m newspaper pub. the hours llie'l bv law fur the holding of cleo ,
of the secretary of .ta&. of the auite of *'lo..da.C. 1I. county and state. units, on lueaday,.tliettuib davof April A Broadway and Midland I
. rff. Specialty. ). W. W am, hi'.Irc": BOtn., 1VU, If ID. for the nomination. of a,,1. Democratic _D'j a R
( C A.Ca..n,. Seal) R O. JOHNSTON. dtdaUw fur 011I. ., nutlonul Stat and \VLWINN.
John M. Lee. lark Circuit; Court.By to be voted for by Ihe l Lx-mocmllo elct'tora ii-
( K. L.. l...aley.. Elisabeth Johnaon. the general olccllon. to be held. Novunlxr. Wh, PHYS10IANR -
::1'< Correspondence Solicited. 'r i W. ]]. Mahlnaon I'ompany, Deputy Clerk V>\\J, aud to bo appointed by th. DemocraticKoveruor
if. .. - - H O Stanford. Q. F. Xrlb.... Solicitor Complainant; 18-41 of tli" state for the ensuing two A"
., __ _ __ KIBIIIMMEII. "
W. A. McCool. yesra.Provided. . P"ONIII3 . J..A
Ft oIUiA.ni
: : Arthur K.; DoneraniH Notice Executor.:: .BOfIJUt iRlIf ART. (WFICIII'.NIIII11 '
leminir. 4 M. TILLER
(; Hunter land Company In Court of the County judge State of Florida" that a second pilnmrv. when.n..1 -k
: : FLORIST William H Lynn In re Estate*of Temple A. Minx\ Uou'd 0...... eaaarr under the provlaliMiai of said laws, G. '
.-: It.rry1'. Thurman. ola 4 Ii M. Ka of.< . Notice In hereby glveii. to Ml whom it may to chooae betwvtn Iho highest candidates, 1. S ,Agency!
Mal.ull"ulI'h& McCrory. concern that ou the let day of March, A. 1>. where nominations ahall uot base be u made
l :\ ,' Cut Flowers and Floral Designs I 1UU: I shall apply 10 the Honorable Ceo. f' ParknrJudgeofsallCourt by a majority vole In the luau' primary eie.m.._..% ....
of Incorporation and Propoecd harteo '
Artlclea
and at the second olet'lion only anon
Probate rimary
.1 P:;;. for all occasions. of the) Kuialmmee. Narcooaaee and Eaat Coaat fore final discharge ..s, Adrolnlatrator aa Judge of of tbeestate electors aa were qualified 'o vote at tile first i 4 Realty bought and .

t"' :, Potted Plants and Roses a Railway Company of Temple A. Minx deceased; and that at primary claM lion aliall be permitted to voleIhe Residence 126DR sold.
-. The undersigned hereby aaaoclate themselves. he mm lime I will '.........01 my final aovountseUnili. Lwiaucratio KsecutlteComwiitoe calling Office Phones 74 and a. __ I Houses rented.
.t 1\ l\\' specialty. together for the purpose of beoomlnK incorporated sa .. trator of aid estate. ., and ak for said primary elacllon lu compliance with said ------- ----- ---- ------ -- Taxes and
under the .laws el Inrlda. and under the their approval. lawa hereby declares the ttrina and conditions. paid Titles vera

.1 1.! !l Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL following; _pOll<"d charter: Dated Annual lat A. D 1011. of mch legal electors offerlun to become randlilalea . B. D.-WIENENGA ified for \ '
. \ C. A. MINX or to vote at am h .nUctlon are to baregarded non.resldent. 11
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,, It1.:'' Article L ae-lmo 6 mo Administrator and taken aa proper'<< members ol the VETERINARIAN Fire In" I

: _ _ _ _ The. name of thla corporation ahall be Klaalm.mee Democratic party and therefore entitled to "
\ ------ --- ----- ----- surance. '
Narcooaaee and East Coaat Kailway tornpany participate. and be candidates. for, and vote at STOCK TREATED FOI!

: 1 : Ita principal K7 r.h.I.8: of :business Notice ot Executor for Final such vluclloLH.QUAUnCATIONS. ALL, DHEASES 4 Indemnity Bonds.
r.: PASSENGER ; shall I be In the city of ., coun ,
; "KISSIMMEE" ty. In the atate of lorida. and branch office Discharge.In or ELECTORS: Day FEA.

LAUNCH may be ratalillahrd elsewhere aa may be deaiK- CoOn of the County JndK8lat. ol Florida.' Thoae Had only __
3 : nated the board of directora.Article 1 1 -
by
re eaiale of Martha A. rurllngiou, deceased to vote at; or participate IlIlh. management
1 S : . Osreola of aald --- l
f LEAVES FORKissimmee II. countyNotlre primary election who are wliituUemociatlo -"
: la hereby given to all wbom It mat tloclor, who declare their adherence R. N. L. BRYAN . -----1
The general nature of the business to be trana- concern that on ihe lothdny ol May A. UI01J. to the principles. and organlBation. of ihe D
acted by aaid rJIn. shall :ba-tbe: conatruction : I shall apj.>ly to the llonniabiD, Gco..t F. Democratic party, national at.tv and county DENTIST
.f F i / Park maintenance: .. of a ranlroad for I'arkrr Judge of said. Court a> Judge of P.....- who are by Ibe laws of the piato. lawful eko-
the transportation of paaaenrera and freight' bale for a final discharge .. exooulor' of the lore In the district lu which they after to vole, Tnc Home ",
from Narcooaaee In said county of Oaceola. estate of Martha A. TurlliliiUm. deceased. { end who have paid their poll taxea legally duo Squires Iluilding
.. / through said Oaoeola county to a point to be deaiKnated lhatal the same time I will present ray fins* within the time required by the ."wor the New York Avenue ,
1 ',. Daily at 8.-00 :A. M. and 2.00 P. M. by the board of directors on the klaalm- awmiuta as executor of asld estate, and ask for state regulating primary elections, and who
'I m_ Valley extension. of the Florida raat CoantRailroad the Ir approval.' ball I when c-halletiifud: by any elector.: maKu ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
Returning leaves for either in ask) Oecei'la county or In the- Dated November 10th, A. D. 1911. In writing his oath before an InarMxiior. that ha Man
neighboring county of orange a distance of R. O Mug: did not vote aitainKt bite uomlneea of tIm. lest
; KISSIMMEE 9:30A. M. and,3.30: P. M. about fifteen mil.... .lm"Omo> Executor, Democratic pilmarlra for the national. state. Q R. J. -W. S II:01 Baker

ArticleIII.. ----------- ---- --- ---- and county otlicera.UBT .
thank
the
The capital Block of aald corporation shall be Call for Democratic Congressional OF OFFICES.TO as FII.I,KD BY DEMOCRATIC: lEN) I [:1 visitors for cuj'
: [ '-.- FARE 25c Zl.
One Hundred Thousand Oollara ((f U-0.X>. eon- PRIMARY KLKCT10N.
elating i : of One Thousand Hharea of the par valueof Primary. patience during the rush for
One Hundred Dollara (.100 XI( '). : Each elector In sail counly qualified to vote 1\1.lrl. in Kutr MuilJInifi Bread. In future we
Any part or all of said capital Block may be the Dem..r.llo.lc'r. of the Second Con lu call primary election shell have tIe riant i l lo 12 m. have will
4 JOHN DAVIS. CAPTAIN payable. either In ca.h or in property labor or 1':0 ::_ Dlxtru of Florida to v. te in Sail' primariea for: )KH-1CI' HOURS : [{ I., ;j ) ,1.5:31):; () |nIVIephonc a larger variety of goods
lie ?
_rYlc_ eta just valuation to be fixed by the in- lampnign Cominltltw I ot the DrmocrnMcCoinmlitcn tub.. candidate. for I'realdent of the United I\: on hand.
of the Htconil Ulatrlrl Ivr .
-- -- -- by the board of director- Conprufuonal 8taiea. No II Jun !
i corporatora. or a iif the t>tate of Klorlila ht-ruby gives no.Ii" Ono candidate f, : Hot Rolls Cream Biscuit *
meeting c.lled for such purpose and the judgment .. ir representatIve to coiifrrtaa -
I ; J. W. THOMPSONFUNERAL of said incorporatora or directora aa to the I aA follows: from the ...I.... at la ran. and Bread ,
: Flrnt. A primary elei'tlon forlhtf nomination (white and
value of such property labor or aervieea shall bn tteca.duiete. foroougrcia from the becondvotigreanlonal ] W. W. CARSON browns)
or DR.
1)emoeratic lalulldiitii .
a for from
contluaive upon the stockholders and all partiea Congress dl..tilt IOne for Breakfast )
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dealing with said corporation. HHld dl tilt't to the Hixty-ihlrti' onKrenn of the andldaUf. for national' con, mlltuemanne . j
I nllcd "States 11bot\ the. IIHh ol UKMISTOflice
o hultl on day laudldatto for Ko\ernor of the state of I Cream Puffs Monday and
Articlo IV April A D Ml2h : FloililaOne .
>...."11'1. ShouM there be a 'failure In the I Thursday and oftener
This corporation shell saint perpetuity un- cacdfdHle for 'justice of the atipreinc Cole'H Store '
I .. over Jewelry
; t .t.llo. for the nomination' '' of a l l..moe.lIc court I
less sooner dissolved according to l law. if called for. .
:
DIRECTORand
: atiill'laUt for Congre.w., from the nalfl djbtritto One candidate for aecretary of talc, Office : S-IP, 1 1 ;
Article V. the "Ixlyihlr.l. C iiKren of the UolludKUtef. One andliiate,' for attorney gincralOne lout ibM Also of
a Hwomt primary wll, bu huld on the oinidlilala for .phon. a variety Cakes
The bunineaa of the said corporation shall be oomptrolier' ,
t', ..... .' conducted by a preaident. one or more vicc.preaidenla. 2Mb ".) of 1018\. A. D. 1'Ha\ One candidate. for slate. treaaurerOne HeHilt.n"e, 2: on hand at all ;k
Thlnl. An tlituon of a new Democratictonrcsal.nal
a secretary and treaaurer. and a board jf: candidate for mate. (.ul'erlul"'I..lorrulllc times. ,
< onimlitie' far t.alii 1 dlftrirt will
: LICENSED EMBALMER directors of not lees than live nor more than nine ill.I"lon. MD.I
I DCRHYSI11RK.
membera. the number directors to be fixed by be helilon the :. 1UI2.: to title cundlf'ate' for commissioner of .lI'rl.I-., E. .
be ioinMhti1 of 01 e 1".mbNlrnm I each county lure ALFRED
I ,, SMITH
the Htuckholileta.I In nail 4 let....t to IH. hoaeti. b>- the DiinocrHtloMiltrnof One canilldato. for railroad .
'I I he following named persona shall be the c.fflcera .. comntiatiloner. ,
to conduct the buaineaa of the t" <-hco.int) r.spocthcly: : One andfilale' ,fer adjutant, .general.Jne the ..
corporation I attention given tci
I.curl h. I he rnlt H KovcrnliiK i the vial' 0 prl < '..t.l Ill a tO fu.'h..h. ml'l- Special
until the officers who shall be elected at the first
Opposite Courthouse mary clef'tn" >u. HN proiiiulifHtHil by I Ibo IH'tno-, treatment of Women
. One' landidate fAr aatifatant ,
election of ofHeera of the corporation shall l I. . Mate auditor lnt ,
.1 0i) ",intL < utninitt tlmll.. control I In theprimary
come qualified: I'. W. Ward. prmident: J. H < r t' One candidate. for mute. .senator fixiu the Children. ] -
election ol a ttoiiiiifor cotiKreHnt Nineteenth' natorUI diHtrlotHie .
McCullough. first vice preifiilenl: John M. I.-. .
t "lu're api.llcaliU.. a"el not I ho..I.t| *Itb i
( teiidfdau for ..
second vice-preaident M. Kata. treasurer; H. .|>| .i Kit .lulro'n."U I of thlM t-ii,nut t< .. .. niLmber of tliu houae .frchureseItalIveu. Office over Citizens Hank. riKiNh: 1H4

KlSSIaltlEB FLORIDA Clay this: hUn'ord.C. W. Ward.aecretary J. 11. and McCollough the following John dirt MLe 'c-. I !Fifth :Any" 1I:1 hOP'::: HUM. ;rat iK>"MiciwltiK: thentcio.sry (Inc andldalo for county judge SmoHpd

M. Kali II. Clay Stanford. Hi Ihurman ( Htio a lur r< | retutativi I It,.. nanillilntH, for sin.rilf, .
I In I he < onuri .. of I Ihe (5 flIt tI hintea fnnnhahl i EnnEth
One candidate for ,
- --- --- and E. L. Lealey.The elrk of the i'lr<'ult 'ourtOnu 'I p.
dlHtrift. bpi' .militate for 'the .
onut a c'
atockhoklera niHy andldate for enuety aiKeitaor of taxest W B < ...AWFO.DTANS
annual' mietinir of the Hhallbo r. A. VANS AGNEW
BUtEPJ
I nomination' 'in Haul, cl ,Hon.I l fit '
< ( y ng
For Sale pllllinry ine i amliilate for tax
held on the fleet W.dn..y. of February. of ulth I the 'hairm, : .,n of thin. f ;oininltUer; : ::I :\ One candidate for a..a.or. _
II each year beginning with the year 1.1' which I lion U 1.. RnltXHil.. at rnanilillM. Klontla on IliHtrlKtlon couut> rui.eliztt| > ndout of \ AGNEW & CIAWl'OHVATTOHNIOYSATLAW !
No. 309-Fine garden and poultry meeting the directors shall be elected; end the I'libllc
1.1-full' I .
or the let lay of M it.- I) \\t\l\ \ aurllteti Otto anilldato for
otlicera of the corporation shall be elected. bV the : : dhyAI"( county sttrveyorInc '
This hlatement an req ) n, ol nIHlutM ( candfdnte for
.s" proposition. place contains two directora aa soon aa practicable after the annual be Huth county ireaHitrerOne BARBER SHO
| >Ke to canilulate.thich Htatemetit '
canillilato for of"
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: ; 6-room house with stock holders meeting. aliall, I lie signed 'by him and, fhuil I be ac- : 1: aiilnr\lkor n glf.tratfonSix
: ,. acre new porches I : ; \ : candliltitua for di-legatea from I the Stilt.l ; ,. i ,
'. loiuItfttiol l with Three llundreil an.l Ke\cnty- Ofllcc-rt .H..r c. it 7-i I llali|I. llullillliC I t |
Article VI. of' r loiliaal the .
large lo NaUoual I)<.iuo In front and side fine
4 one ; artesian well five Dollars no aKM-nnnient to al ,,:: with Choice location Said corporation shall adopt an appropriate !. I t.g expeiiHeH < r" holdiUK' aald pri fiery elei I tlnnbixth Iiiiaiidlulatos, for. delegates front. the Htnonil
i on porch. Cold Drinks
; pump seal and shall adopt by.lass fur the governmentof t'aiiillflati'M for Tiiembi I ratilp I on the Clgarsl
ita affaira fnconfiiatent with its articles of coi KTI Mulonal cllalrict" the :o..l'uo..llJcl'' "-
,' ", for amall truck or poultry farm. The incorporation and the laws of the state of r ionOs. C..II".II..II.mmlitee. hall not be requiredlo OL ratio con,'nt fun t. I.M'H'N H. ..C.KIU1M I I /
an.I Khali make theirai.llii'.tlott
:':'... land if subdivided into lots is worth the which by-lawa may be amended or repealedby , | pay\ any aHieniimelt.for place) on the ballot) to tho re- I Mix, candidate for' pre.I.I'nll.1 .I..tor. '
the board of directura aa may be provided in I ..<.tlve milt OnotandldaU. ) for state' attorney (for the HcvHlilll VIOON & (1IGERATTRNEYS.ATi.A( Kissimmee, Fla.Sprigg l
n >
| oinity coin cc.9evttlh. ,
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4 : price asked without any Improvements. said by-lawa 'itlilluisI) circuit -
Thin commlttev 111 the
lanvaaa ,
I one laiulldatu for of
4. .' We are offering this property fcr Article VII ret urn K of am h il I. clion tlnil. fl i"t tare.the reault. the ......OlY f-i.ultrai pro''lItlol attorney ) : W II I
The highest amount of IndebUdn'aa' liability situ will 111 due Heafton lM.iie inhtriK tlona and 'h eiector. in eh II -
-t l $1,550 terms on part if desired. The or e justice ; to which the corporation can at any time Hub I pronmlKate rule 'theretoOrdtred Noa 2. a. 4 and P. shall have the rlKhl to vi>le II -
: 1'-.. ". town is growing in this direction and Joel itself. chat' be One Hundred. Thouaand Dollars and duos under and by virtue of for one (.aiullilatH for conatablo and om canillilaU -I Office State Hank Building |
(|ltIOfl4M'( '. ). the irnwi Riven ua unili the 1 law and rule of for jiiHtice of the "ien,'o In their reapectivejuntlcuof KiHsiminee Florida
t\.. property will enhance in value very Article VIII. tliu comiintue. tblH but day. of Jniinar. r.'UL. ihe |Hacw di..tricbt. I
Ii. BAI.TITI. One canillflate for ""'lIIbc..r (fetato Demo FlemlnjCLEANING
the -
_. rapidly. H. M. Breaker Co. 13-tf The names and residences of the aubacribingIncorporatora. Chairman C.ml>aln Commllte, of Democratic <'ratic committee.One / F'. KRIliltS
'. together with the number of t OUK <'om, 0.1\ OUR DIet of Florida candxlato for member og Iho ConKrca.atonal i
t shares of the authorized capital stock subscribed /tttnl: JKHdit litiitTZ oirelary-. 0.111An : hxci utlveooininiittH of the 3tcoud .,
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ATTORNEY I LAW KISSIMMI-K '.
't ., for by each are aa followa: greHNional diatrfct. ; AT :, FLA. :

For Sale McCullough & McCrory, Orlando. Florida 60 ..OrdinanceAn h.ch elector In each voting district within .
ftharee.John. the. oouuty shall have hue rlifUl to vote for one Examination of PRESSING
qt: M. Lee, Xlaaimmee Florida IS .h...... : Ordinance i lo Amend Section 2:18-: of the member ot tho donnly Democratic Bxtt: ilive Titles a Specialy.
|No.429-lara-e lot on which ia located W. B. Makinaon Company. Klaalmmee. Florida. General Ordinencea ot lh".City of I.almm"'l committee from the votingUlaliltt in which Notification and payment of taxes of DYEING "4.
Iii .h...... Florida, relatives to the Dpeud; .I aoc'b elector resides. non-residenU .
[one! seven-room and one three-room C. W. Ward Ktaatmmee, Florida 1 .h...... lilc\ clea, I given' careful.attention j, REPAIRINGLea
C. A. Caraon Klaalmmee Florida. I ahare.K . liE IT ORDAINED BY TUB COUNCIL OF TIME roii qUALIPYINg. I,' .:"j". ; ;
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I .i..i-Aft.il.lJ. .... ..
) fhouseLarge?| ; house ',a' lighted''with L. Lealey. Kiaaimmee Florida. 1 ahare.H . THHi CITY UK KISiirMMEK. ':, FIOIUUA.Section desiring I 'to have' his name print' ,, "; t .j. -- ,
L C. Stanford Klaalmmee. rlorida 1 shaMs 1. That Deetlou U2K of the UencralOrdinances "lro: prlma.y I tloi;i tion ballot aa a r-andl.;: jri 'j I m
_electricity? has toilet and kitchen sink. W. A. MoCouL Beaver ..U.. Pennaylvanla.' 1 of the City of Klmlmmee. Florida data for any county. L fnou> ball tile with ikoaecretarv ROBIRT G.j'JOINSTO :) v! : word at ray house and i. ._

.' mall house also has sinK and toilet. Wfll ahare.Arthur. G. be amended NO.. to r..d.. follow.2'1. .:- of this commit""" '''. on or before the will b called lor and returntwLlHf.J
Donegan. Kiaalmmee. Florida. 1 .. It Hhall be unlawful for any. person or -Kith day of March A. I p. 1'Jli: his notice of
L t will sell this aa a whole or separately. ahareH person 'lo ride bicycle. ortauv of Iho tIled orcmenl CHiillr.aty and pl>llcallon to liar hla ,i.ainn HOlirlnteil '
Fleml_. Athena Goorirla 1 ahareHunter i' fcldewalka. w/tlil/ : the corporate limlta upon a blank to be furnihhud by tttesaid ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEI4E. Satisfaction QuaraiitcODxlller
L; ; This property is well located will pay land Company Alinneapolia. Minne- of KiHHlmmi c, Florida' AnT pemouaonvltle ae<'n.tary. anil. act'oinpsmoil, hv the i I Iuinoniii
10 per-cent on Investment if rented. .1.. I ahare..H < ,; \s. Lynn. 111 Trinity Building. New York I.h.r. : : :
lu a auto uot to cxeecil $lo. or by ImpriNon.meiit a ,lliolianio ol au> SUu CHMilulB.li ahail i t l lie i> I :. rl.ORIDA
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Price of both houses 2000. H. M. In the .
t abuoaA' at hard labor for not prlnttcl upon or tonnted orrtluruecl If print -
W. H. Thurman. Kiaalmmee. Florida. 1 .h.... more than than ten ,daB, or bv both such rti en oil uuott any $huh ballot unltim this .provutionahali I -
Breaker
.. c' & Co. M. Katz Kiaalmmee Florida, I ahare.State and Imprlaoumeiit" have been cornplutl: ::: :: u IthrOKat '.OUIII C MASKCY T IMC'TON WAKI.OW I... CC..I.iI.aIGT.E2'CiBQimeo'

_ _ _ hc tloii 2. Jhatall OrdiiiAtictM or parts ofOrdln.uc. Late e.un..1 for Jurlue .f the : .
.. lu conflict with the provisions or BALMJTH. Florida R: .
of Florida. County of Oaceola... I Crhl"allourC
r Be It known that before the herein contained be aud tbe same are hereby The voting In reid primarclwtlon shell be {
ttb. Circuit! Court ofthe Seventh Judicial me underaignednotary I repealed TVT ASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS
, Circuit ol Florida In aud for Oaceola County public personally peered C.: W. viard. Paaned In open session of Council this 6th by ballot lu aecordauce with the provision. of / '
tbe state' primary: laws' as enacted In 1UUU. Hald
John KL.
-la Chancery.In f. A. Carson M. Ue. Lesley. H. J. day of March A. D. 191.1.:
Stanford W. A. McCool.: Arthur B. Donegan H. ballots I sha 1 be printed; soil distributed under AND COUNSELLOS is
of Mrs. N. W. B MAKINHON President. : prepared to drillARTESIAN
petition Rfwero (Mary Briere
). Fleming II. 'l the directions of ibis I committee, and on said i I
W. H. Lynn. W. hurman and M.
Harried Woman of (SEAL) Attest .. ft. 1Ml C totskevhsrg. and ballots shall be printed only the uamoa. of such '
Kata known and known
to me well to to be
sfanaf Her Estate eto. the individuals described 1 and who subscribed me Clerk City of Kl i TbI.c.u..oomlngon to be heard, and Arthur their names to the foregoing proposed charter Approved- thla 7th day of March A,. D ivit.II. : be certified by the chairman of tile "Mtate' rxeoutlve the United States. .Cur blo. the FlorIda Rail WELLS I
E. Doneean,J aq Master in Chancery, to and severally acknowledged. that they executedthe CLAY bTANFORU Mayor. committee, and tile chairman of the road (Commlaalun. and l'ome. ,
wbom aald ranse waa referred barlns mad same for the purpoae therein expreaeedWttneea I 11-S btate CouiresHlonal: committee arranged in Commlaalon. In lection of J I!
: w-t report to the Court, and It pear-loir to tb* my hand and official' seal at Klaalmmea. alphabetical order; and next'' In order shall be QiAaLEBTON BLDO. ORLANDO. FLA. any
', .' esliafarllon of tbe Coo it that the petitioner, In the county and state this 27th day of printed the flames of the county candidates 1-1
,--. n ;. '( Ihe said Mrs. M. Kegero (Mary K>(ero), Is a January, A. D. 1 < NoticeNotice and in such Orderss. may be prescribed tjy the _.----- --- -- -___! '

_ married* woman and tbe wife' of NicholasBeirero ISeal) .I2o E. O VANI Ao..w. la hereby given thai the ftegiitrttlon respective oouatyfbommltteoe.OANVAsa I WILLIAM SAN ORN Ten ot successful Well 1
and that a).. baa and JJU. Tear
proper cap.clly
Notary Public. State at Large. boob of Oareola County will be open at my 6r KIJG
411111"00'. to lake charge ot and manage My _.....n axpirea I>December, IIII 14.. mcetn Klaalmmee.. Florida from March Kith, BXTURMO.This Drilling is a Guarantee of my j f
7I b.r own ..c.M..d property, end to become a 1111:1\ : to April 16tb IIII!. both daye IncloalTa' ex.eept rommlttee shall meet at noon on the Sib OCULIST Ability produce the best j
free dealer' In every respect. "I.b.'ore or.I Sunday, between the bounof 11..10. and day of May, or sooner If all the return..re' In. t
Wi dered that the eald report of the Master be and State of Florida. County of OieBe -.., Urn.) and 2p. m anilSp.m. at the county coot honaa. and publicly canvass Associated with Dr. Christ r.ault f

I the same Is hereby approved and confirmed. It known that before me. the underlined And.lbe book for the varioua districts will the returna and declare what candidateshat's -, .
'. U Is further ordered adjudged' and decreed notary public, personally appeared. J. H. McCullouarh ; be open In each. preolnct for at least two days been nominated ky a majority vole for Cheney Block, Orlando Fla, .
thai a license he and tb. same is hereby sjrant a member of the Arm of MeCuUough eV during each week of this period. Time and each county ooe, and In what f'aaes the second TWO AND FOUR I
I i,., ed to th. petitioner. Ihe said II.... N. RetaroMary McCrory.: to meveil known and known to me te will be posted by each Deputy '.Lalr... primary election will have to be held, and OFFICE HOUR: 9-11 A. M., 1-3 P. M.
( Begero), to take
1 her own ....Ie..d ,property, sad to_become. the name of said Arm. to -foregolnc proposed of Heclatratloa two data "'x"xU.- to thechairman ---- ------- -- .
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free dealer. of toe &laie committee4he ----- -- -
charter, and acknowledged. that he executed the March 9. 1912. 11 4t
\ ; Eton and ordered at DeLand this. 2Mb. day of same In behalf of said Arm for the purpose result of. said primary election In said A NDRE\JOHNSON P. O.; Box ;
KanJI A.,P, ma.,e therein ............... .. county, snowing lb. result. of each precinct, 8
I" c -. J... W. Perkins Wltfeeca my hand and official Beat at Klaalmmee. Very Desirable 10-Acre Farmat end shall also. certify to the chairman of the 1ss1ee. '1e
-- I ,& J.di.clrenhoours Dersntb. Judicial, District .in the county and state aforeaald. this. 18th Congreaeloual oommluee snub result aa to the ATTOREY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .

'..1. : of{ Florid day of"lIanJI. ... 1) 'lH. .. a Great Bargain candidates tor members of congress from tbs Will Practice in all Courts ,
.. w.: ;,, Seal) E.: G. YAMS AOMBW. said, conircsslonau district.th .
l- Notary Public State at Large. Improved Farm. Located on belt State and Federal

Statement, If, oomtnlaalon expire Deeember 14. lvl ABBBaSalKMTB.$. 1 Office adjoining
road in OsceoU County 1J miles from Broadway "
For the of defraying\ the txpenae of
it ; purpose Citizens Bank
t Mad. under Section H. Chapter: Mel taw of I Kismmmee
depot. 10 that U fenced and ic two primary elections. Including the paylent -
high
A, Florida shewing the amount of taxes' State of Florida. Couaty of Oaceola aa. acres .. of inspectors! and 01....., printingetc.., WhiteLeghorHATCHINGEGCS
4 .. ,charted to the Tax Collector. of Osoeola, Before me. the undersigned officer personally. state of cultivation, and is the best the followingssaeasmenu ate levied axalnslpmspectlre r. H. 1."Ka ,.
1 4 County riorlda. to b* collected for th., appeared (X W. Ward. J. H. Ue<;ullough. John candidates for the varioua county. WOODBAM '
''current year 1911, and the apportionment MT. Lee W. Makinaon. If. Kata, Harry W. trucking land in this ""section. Has emcee:

,of tb. earn to the several. funds for wblcb Thurman, ;.At.. K. Donegan. H. L.. Stanford, S-room Btate senator .. ..... '15 00BepreaenUUve & I"
Rood well WOODHAM
I stable '
r : taxes, bar been levied and 1L Fleming to me well knowwho being cottage; wa In tb.i..i ::::::::: 16 DO: JENKINS at$5,00per.100 >$

I . ..POaTIONK&NT OJ' COUNTY' dubewera.. sac1.for himself upon oath says that gon-shed and poultry house; all ready Clerk elrcniloonrt. . . .. . . .. .. .. .. . .. .. to 00
.. - WND he la one of Ihe subscribers to the foretnalntt char Treasurer ............ .... .. ........ .... . MOO Must close out J 0 choice.Br,. _
I }.'d March 111110 tar, and that it la Intended In good faith te eonatra for purchaser to .begin .work withoutany Superintendent of public> Instruction.. . 40 DO SURVEYORS liens once. ,

th r ."'DU_. e t>mal t'ln and operate the railroad therein delay or of clearing land County 'Judge . .. .. ... . .. .- . ... 60 00 at .
'I'o..ouat.- ......k.. 11170I 01 mentioned. expense Tax, _....r... .. .. .. .. . . .. . .. ". .. . . 6000 Klsslmmee Florida See or writ* us for "barpbt 1
: Amount 001l1ad ........... 414.. ot, C. W. W..... and waiting to improve before being Tax, collector.. . .. . .. ." . .. .. . . . DO 00 "
BaIe_ to be eo1i.cted... ,,11Mf .7. J. IL McCnllough. able Sheriff..... ...t.-. .... ..... ... .. . . . . .. to W) -
: '" General school J'ua4- . John;M. LaeT to produce crops. This land is Supervisor registration .. . ... .. . . .- 0 Doprosecuting Big Bargain In a Home. WilsonEgg'Farm Bros. .
1 .or..IDOUDt.eeI.t2RI01.I. -. W B. .....1.Jtata. ..-. .- adapted to growing all kinds of citrus attorney county: court.... .? 23 00 .
I ( Amoont collected ....... ....; 7ta4 0 ".' Member school board..... . . .. . .. . . 8 00 Splendid new six-room house, t In. '
: &knos to be ca1seied.4.... ttSS7 a Harry W. Thurman fruits; grove can be started to good County: commissioner... .. . .. . .. 6 00 side fine } :;'
. Co42n17 RoadTo Arthur K. Dnnaaan.: Justice ol the peso .. .. . . .. . V 00 ctylmlt. deep well con
amount ..semed...;\. .k... IIOOU 82 H. fl. Stanford. advantage while land is being'farmed.Come Constable. . .. .. . .... . . .. .. . . .. 1 00 tains of ground new .
Au.ounl eollected ..."...... 6IIU 24 '. H. FlemingSworn quick if want best : barn, wagon and a. P. O. Box 447 1
bargainin all
I ,Bala1o be eolJ&e4 I. ... lU211 8 to and subscribed before me thla 18th you EMsrncTona. under bugg
t County peClI".To.o'Mld.' day of March A. D. 1,USeal this County. The following. : Inspectors and clerks are g.new Fine location
., .. .!. seal eo ( ) B. O. VAN AOMCW. hereby designated lo conduct the said for gardenorpoultryaanch.
jt F Amonut 001........ ...... .. 1911I U Notary Public. State at Large. 13tf H. BREAKER & CO. election In the districts! named: primary This is a fine proPf.itln.) where .
Ial.noa to be eo1IeMed .. . 4745 111 M* commission explrea Deeember 14. 1UH. .8- Preciecs' "0. 1-0 W Aahton. C B Yowell, F will have the of the you - --
4, $0&11001 DI." No. 1- W Stalker, W country.
Inspectors; A Nelson clerk
.. To amount amassed . . .,,.,. 11101 tJ For Sale. Precinct No. :2-Vf L Moaeley.' R LOverstreet yet close enough to enjoy all the
Amounloo'l.oimd' ... ... .. . . see /13.B.la for Final W W Ivey, Inspectors: F II Tiuer. clerk. tages of the city, such as avan4
.r a... to 1oOI collleHd .. ... \ .12 00 Application Discharge.In No. 428--Small orange and grapefruitgrove Frecinol No. t-ZT Riles, Raymond Lanler school best markets
l( ... SubSebool DIaL No, ITo Court of the County Judge, state of florida Aaron Heaves, Inaipeutors; I) Y Johnson, olerk.: . etc.
amount ame.ed . . . . 243', "9 Oaoeola Oonniy, Ju ... Haute L. II. Will. consisting'of Si acres 275 bearing Precinct No. -A K Drought W II Mann R Price $1.6. H. M. BREAKER & Co. The f lorida Growe

A..oao'eollacled ...... . .. ",1:1J9 : lame, dvceaaed trees, seven-room house good barn and L Mercer. Inspector: T N .'...r. clerk 48tf
I Italano. 10 be collected . .. leg d1 Notice ia hereby given to all whom ltmayconcern rreclnol No. 6 J B Donegan W K Nettles. -
? --- $nbbthOol Dial. $o .::. tIM on the 201 h daof April A. I). well 298 feet deep. Located inside of N a Biount. Inspectors; CJ D for Sate For
To amount seSsSdL .. . :. lC18 97l 11117 I ahall apply: to lbs Honorable dee F.' limits Precinct: : No.-<(-W H ( .. P..vI.lc."L:. ,John trn.le.. and frail irrowefj.r
AmounI coll..ted.... ... . .. 401 46 Parker, Judge of eelS Cuurt.es Jnilge of Pro- clty- in fine section, beautiful Baladeu. inspectors; W Ii McClelland! clerk. We are offering sonuTvery I Ida. t
;
Weekly monj
: baleD. to be collected .... see 11 bale bra final. discharge aa .dzninfairstoyoIlb. ; ; view of lake excellent breezes from Precinct No James Dnrrauce, W f Under realdentlota desirable ly. Ha need, tl.Opr ten.sn iii&o.1I
I '- Sub-School DLaI. No.f- estate of L. Wiliisi. ... deceaavd; and bill, DeWllton Alderman,' inspectors; A U I loat three blocks from
-., .To..moua'-.cI.... .... .; 888 71 that at the same IIi time! I will present my Anal off the churches 'In fact you can hake Wright jr Clerk the Court Hou. nice high elevation .abrptla. 8.. B..

t. - ,.'. Amoqni.coflccied ...1.._..... 'J'I 911B"ce "'(1011 ala a. administrator pi ,aid ...estate aud the Precinct No. It-Rob t L Bvansr F W 11111. J W for $300 for inside and $350
all of for
and OROW
+ advantages city. enjoynot cor. THE FLORIDA
10 b. colleute4 .. . 597" ask for their approval. TIIIOO.I inspectors' D llndall clerk
K. O. JOHH8TOH Dated Oct. .A A. U. 1911. 'on :. L. CAMl'-BtLL ner lots. Alley in rear ofvall these lots Florida .
being crowded.-Call H. 800 A v...., T p > fj
.- Clerk Circuit, Court. Oaceola County, Florida. :A. fc. CKOUGI1T. Admlnl.tretor. Acting (halrmsn. Cash or short time. Let Us show

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a make the lad homesick,.and glad when ;

I' : A NO. 1 VISITS T"EA. E. i'A No..1" purchases ticket sending T

him home to his parents.If "

World's Most famous Tramp Passes' the boy is already a confirmed wan- ONS.A'I.-E
'I\ derer, "A No. 1" teaches him his own FLORIDA
Through Kissimmee. motto i "Never associate with anyone t

tol'Sod;' "Ofn'nJtl' Ar "you"' the cdi- injwhose company you would"be ashamed
In broad open daylight to' .pass your .

but''No.know'I'm only who the you' associate are.'I YoU editor are ANa mother's He entertained home." the office. for an hour The Big Sale of Land Now ,Going On with Great Rapidity

'
J,_an'-h. Jut tlro 1I! I taw you waa and a half with his instructive storiesof
,town among the.gold mines of the ,the' road,' and the solution 'of' the

Sierra." Nevada' mountain in California tramp problem. If want'large want to We 'have it by the'millo p
"About 850,000 minors run away from you acreage,. you see us. se
This conversation preceded a visit last home annually," said "A No. 1." "Of ','

\ Valley week upon Gazette the of associate A No. editor 1, the of most the this hoboes number, 7,000 35,000 are crippled become, 3,600 confirmed are BELOW IS A FEW OF THE:: LARGE TRACTS WE.ARE OFFERING 'FROM OUR BARGAIN COUNTER- 4

famous and' most Interesting tramp in killed, and the rest can only stand the 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland,' in a solid body, on 10,000 acres in Sumter County near town of Leesburff, a
the world. The flips of fate are passing hardships of tramp life about ten years the railroad. This.is. good, heavy) rich land, well adapted to the rapidly growing winter and summer resort on' railroad,, lands i
strange, and when the a. e. saw until they are in the poor house. So !growing of the highest grade of gardening products. Flowing adapted to growing of citrus fruits and gardening products, 1

this little chunky, neatly dressed, properly many mothers, If they only knew it, wells can be obtained., Price $10 per acre. Lease on all except 2,000 acre's of this tract. This .is an excellent .: 1
toiletted hobo step into the door, the of men living '
are cause many young; bargain.Price $5.00 per acre.
whom he had met only a few years be- If
the hobo life, a regular grownup
.. 36,000 acres, on F. E. C. Rwy., in practically a solid body,
fore at the other side of the continent, to the house and asks fora .
tramp comes free.of leases. About 30 to 40 per cent of this tract Is virgin e '
he began to wonder for him
whether, ,
; and tells '
: him
too, the wanderlust had become an un- meal, she turns away timber, the balance good muck and prairie lands.' Price $9.00per 9876 acres in Levy County, Florida. These lands are cut-.
\:0-': controllable him to go to work for it, but when the acre. over pine lands,, with productive loam soil, and will grow all of h
passion.
) young fellow comes along just starting the Southern staple crops sudh as sea island cotton, corn, cane, +
The It always
meeting interesting. to be she takes him in and .
put a tramp
etc., and In additipn are suited for fruit growing and winter truck
is with this bright; tramp. Mr. J. 50,000 in Hamilton County, fairly well '
feeds him on the best she has, 'not realizing acres together, farming. There are numerous good farms in the locality and
J. Griffin had sent him around to the : that within a few short years 28,000 acres tree of leases now, 15,000 acres to be deliveredJan. wherever has ,
.. trucking been attempted the results have been
sanctum, he, too, having met A No. 1 the Barrio youngster will be an exact 1st, 1912. These are good lands. well adapted to general
very successful. This tract is of convenient size to. handle for j
before-eighteen years ago, on the East prototype; of the burly tramp she had agricultural purposes such as cotton corn, cane and potatoes. subdivision purposes; and those interested in proposition'' of
Coast. just turned away. The tract as a whole at.$4.75 per acre, or will sell in tracts of this kind should
investigate immediately. Price $5.00
A No. 1 has an intensely interesting "Now if she would only get his name from 5,000 acres up.at $5.00 per acre. I per'acre.

story to tell, and because he has a mis- from him, and his address, and talk to ------,- '
t s' don in life and is accomplishing that his home and 18.000 in Saint Johns ; solid
acres
him in a nice way about 21,795 acres of virgin pine timbered lands in Polk County County practically body,
mission splendidly, we are reproducing mother, and explain to him the foolish within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from F. E. C.
in solid estimated
a body, near railroad to cut 45 million feet of
from another paper the following storyof in his fu- Rwy., bordering inland waterway 7,500 free of+ t.'
ness of his act trying to spoil pine, 65 crops of turpentine boxes and 15 million feet of ; acres now
the habits and doings of this famous ture and perchance his limbs and even Price $8.00 acre in fee simple. cy leases, balance 5,000 acres annually beginning Jan. let, 1912, V r
little man, who has been the subject of life, in becoming a homeless and restless press. per until all is delivered. Price'$8.00 per acre.

150 full page writeups in metropolitandailies tramp, shunned by everybody. '
not to mention thousands of "Should the boy show signs of weakening 21,000 acres in Wakulla County, practically solid body ; on
columns in smaller papers : she should I notify the police to the railroad, 25 miles south of Quincy, the famous tobacco town. 1760 acres, of cut over pine land in Orange County,Florida, c

Have you ever seen a queer cabalisticsign take charge of him and see that his 6.840 acres free of timber, 3,000 acres more to be delivered five miles northwest of Orlando, between the A. O. L. and Sea- ;
painted on depots, fences and are communicated with. each year beginning Jan. 1st, 1912, until entire tract is deli_ board Air Line R. R. Sple ndid for citrus fruits ahd truck farm

barn'along the railroad rights; of way parents"Should this woman's own boy disappear ered. This tract is adapted. to general agricultural purp:>s s. ing. Price $10 per acre.' Terms one-half cash, balance. one v

I or carved artistically into shanties, wa- she would pray that some one Price $4.25 per acre. and two years. t;

ter tanks, etc., "A No. 1," with the : would her son, but how b .
stop runaway
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date and arrow beneath it T I women are there who would do a 65,000 acres, all virgin, will cut 15O million feet pine and 2,200 acres cypress and phosphate, will cut 10 million feet t

If you have ",ever seen it, watch for like many charitable service for some other 8 million feet of cypress. Good soil, adapted to citrus fruits and ot cypress, also vast quantities of hard wood, entire tract'Under- '
it and you will be surprised to notice wayward boy's broken-hearted mother trucking. Price $6.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance one and two laid with phosphate. A great bargain at $20OOO '

for how many years some of these ?" years.
,
marks have been decorating these "A No. 1" \makes his transient ex- 1600 acres in Levy County, Florida. These are cut over 6345 acres in Osceola county, adj&i i ning the corporate limits '
places. It ia a queer sign, and it means penses by the sale of two books. The pine lands, aith productive soil and will grow all of the staple and in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE.
that "A No. 1," the world's most fam- first, "Life and Adventurer of A No. .'
crops, as well as being suitable for fruit growing and winter truck ,
ous tramp, baa passed through and has 1," tells of his travels Amon r. trampsall farming. Price $4.25 acre. Kissimmee is the county seat of Osceola county. Has a'
left his mark showing the date and di over the world, and the second per population of 4,000. and is one of the most progressive towns in' h;

rection' that he waa journeying. This "Hobo Camp Fire Tales" is a true Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga and' on the'
man, whose only known name is this story of the pitiful hardships of the 370O acres choice land in DeSoto County. Mostly high- main line of the Atlantic' Coast Line Railway and,terminus of

f sobriquet, "A No. 1," given some very road. Both show the dark side of class prairie, balance cut over pine land. C. H. & N. R. R. runs the Florida Midland Railway, and the St. Cloud and Sugar Belt

interesting; experiences. of his roving tramp life so that any restless boy will through this property. First-class colonization proposition. Price Ry. Climate most equable winter and summer and unsurpassedby .h

I get a good idea of its disgusting fea- $9.00 per acre. any place on the globe. Purest and best artesian water ob-

life.He has hoboed since 1883 497,700miles tures. They can be purchased in any tained in this section in unlimited quantities at 75 to 26O feet.
and has spent only $7.61 on railroad bookstore and on every train for 25 14000 acres pine timbered land located in Orange County, Healthiest town in the United States. Death rate 'less than 5

ef fares. cents, and are worth every cent of it in Florida. This tract is being turpentined. A large portion of the I to the 1,000. Is in the center of the trucking industry of Florida '' r'

He has been around, the world three keeping boys at home. tract being high pine, suitable for citrus fruit and truck farming. and home of the orange, grapefruit, 'pecans, peaches and

times. He is a linguist, speaks and "A No. 1" has proofs in the shape of: Price $10.00 per acre. fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on application. ;;

writes four languages. He has pre- of and numerous -
vented more than twenty wrecks, wearsa many newspaper letters clippings gratitude mentioningnames We have orange groves, .truck lands, city property-anything from a $100 lot to a 107,000 acre\ract. Tell us your require' ,

S40 suit of clothes and a gold watch of men in all walks of life whomhe ments and we will fill them at prices that arelattractive.

keeps his name a secret, does not chew, has sent home in the pasts He devotes x
amoke, drink or gamble. A tramp gave nearly every cent of his revenueIn '

... -him-- ; hla -name in 1883: declared sending boys back to their homes and H. M. BREAKER & .COMPANYKISSIMMEE.
all
right
"Kid. you are future usefulness.He -

the older one at the end of a particularly was askad why he had not writtenhis Over Osceola: Pharmacy JjlJ Q R J J:)A.
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hard journey, "you are A No.1. books sooner, as they are illustrated -, 1\ ., ,
The title haa stuck and the wanderer and highly interesting stories, and he ".
has m>re than lived up to it, for it ever stated that lately, after twenty-nine I
a hobo's life could be said to be a success years of roving, he had come to theconclusion' ; ,
is that of this man. He travels "
it
that the dangerous; senseless
in overalls and jumper, but after and pitiful life he has led all these FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN t

arriving in a town divests himself of years has been wasted, and that perhaps '
these and appears in a neat suit; is always by telling his own pitiful experiences 15,000 ACRES To Be Given Free

clean shaved and !has very prosperous he might possibly prevent others

appearance.He from following his footsteps He said Finest Land In the Klsnininiec Valley For A beautiful piece of China, will be given ''g.
has a memorandum book full of that to force a boy to stay at home after ,
cards and letters given him by railroad I he haa once started to wander ia almost COLONIZATION free with every cash purchase of $1. ,1, ':i; t'T' '
officials. Many of these state that he "once This china has just ''.been i(received-:- _;h /
a.the a
maxim
impossible, This tract comprises most of TowtuLip 29, Range 31, aDd lies along the '
haa prevented the possible loss of.human tramp, always a tramp,"has been many EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEE in all the new, pretty designs; f;, I .' j
life and property by telling train to him actual experience -
times proven by This large body of water affords tie water protection frost that ;i '
against
operators, when beating his way, of as he haa met many a boy of 'CHILDREN'S( "
is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY {. the successful. prodactioi of citnu "
broken car wheels or other disarrangements fine family and home, who never knew : .
and thus has prevented serious and fruits and early vegetables. Every person familiar with Florida knows this. ,r ., ),,tf". a
of the filth, misery dangers a tramp "' I
wrecks and disasters He baa been in with The situation is ideal, being only two hours by automobile from, Klssj- :l'.i6"'
in contact yet
comes constantly "mmee, and also directly on the water route between Kissimmee and the 1 ar'
five wrecks, but luckily has never been cannot resist the call to wander. Re m-
Kissimmee River and lower Osceola. County, where lands are rapidly dytw : i'
'burl In 1894 he received 11.000 cash and a being sold at three times what I ask for this. ;,

He also haa an. \ autograph letter from beautiful medal from the Police Gazettefor Call on or write to V: 1 Special line.of.Children's finely-made ,4'; si

,Jack London, the 'author,. telling of tramping from New York to San C. W. WARD. OWNER, i, Gingham; Madras and Percale ''dte sea\r',:Y'\ ".* '' '
their: companionship on the road together Francisco in eleven days and six hours, Graystone Hotel, Klesimm.e.'Florida '
in 1894; : and with $750 of this prize he bought a ,.. and Galatea- : rompers.,, '. '.',\'.,.:v-r.' ': 'I

'-" f During his travels "A No.I'" has tomb I In a cemetery In Cambridge ; :
learned four langualfel--Enellsb": ,.German Springs, Pa. The epitaph will be'a silent :.Ladies' Dresses ./' ..2 :" 1

.'French'and Spanish. HI. parents warning to others who Teem'afflicted \ ., t fI.'II<' ,,.t. .

were ..C.the, French and German nationalities with this strange longing,to roam, |fn pretty,designs, in Olna'ham'Mad" :r. ' \'

but he was born. in San very aptly called "wanderlust," and is .. : I I .
I and Percale. "
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"i'I .Francisco." simply:, \ 'i ; .'., '.' '.. ..
;His toilet is tomplete; though it takes A.No.1 I to .,. ,,'::" '"( ',a i r
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little room..to carry It.' ,It.consists,of a Tbe'Rambler .

..toothbrush necessities.;.soap Blackening, comb, and and, a few shining otht i ir At Rest, at Last' Be Not One.of : Mrs.: E. L.t Eearee

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MEDAL CONTESTS '
raga occupy a part of his pockets, also, ,
tj
edition of Webster's"diction- the
a pocket :Negligent ,
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a rather strange book'for a tramp '
ary Tryout;: for Commencement Events .. .
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to There carry.Is something- about the man, Are Held at High School. The, old Moorish Kings of Spain had engravedon ; II ,, . '
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.aside from the distinction that which his remarkable -. The tryouts for places on the com their palace walls the motto: "Be: not one of the"negligent. -t,7.: : : .I!
stranget
+4 career carries, .
\ mencement"medal contests have been ." 5ome : negligent.l .NN..w.ANNNNNa.S;
;; personsare notoriously
It is perhaps the humanity
1" I ly appealing. ,,
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held at the high school, the following '
of 'the min, or the pathos that lies They miss a great deal. We Know there are homesin = .... . '
makeshim winning the privilege of entering the Act PUadurd Oil C..;T: I!" '
mutely concealed ii) his life, that final contest: Girls -- Misses Edna Kissimmee that are not completely furnished and f '

so strangely: attractive. Endowed Scbweikart, Lena McAdoo, Dwayne have neglected to visit our store and see the immense. 2 1VLACH aROS: .' ':
the qualities for success '
with all necessary
Fisher, Mildred Winn, Lela McAdoo, stock of well selectedFURNITURE
in life, he is yet homeless element, friendless in his- and Rose O'Berry. Boys-Harold Buz- t livery Feed and Sale' Stable :; 1
,, nameless, by an zs, Edward Newton, Harry Williams, AND I .
which has gained mastery over Z'
makeup John Gaines, Sam Lupfer, and Jerome '
'..110. air other impulses"and motives, namely, Massee. HOUSE FURNISHINGS : Agt. International Harvesting Co. : :

II' the Gripped"wanderlust.in its subtle power, impressed entered Twenty-six the preliminary girls and twenty last week-mx boys andl'themmade' I and' get our prices.: We have all the seasonable .AT.T, ?- I J>T''T1*s I _lr T A""V"2" xavs twc+. ':' ;i

IlI.resi.tI.....-inftl&eneerh".ia forced goods and,plenty-ot time. to show through,.and .. :nci
by' all amoat' excellent t "- . you Everything new and first'clut. We render. : prompt ,ri
,* to lead,a life the barrenness of which'he showing. The final contest will b.for : make you i>.rces.! Call! and see us. Either cash or satisfactory service day or I ght. '/
to roam
realizes and Is condemned; the Carson medal for girls.and the Nelson installment prices will suit you. .' .
? 'ceaselessly all over the world, withouta medal for boys.. j ONE".HALF BLOCK PROM PASSENGER DEPOT, "

a destination in view-1 be a nomad of Commencement in the High school ,: Klssimmee' Fla. Photie 113 2'; Jr
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Heknows the yearnings "
civilization.. will take/place May_13. Plans for this ; i '" i' r.. V"
-Ii KISSIMMEE
I: FURNITURE: CO. '
of other. men for,home'and friends; but occasion "are being' made and will be NNNN.. ,..N. NNNN.NNN. :,'. ,
of all Is to move '
master' "
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yeern/ng .
the; announced shortly. Special interestwill :. ,
'' I J, E. RUSH Manager.
wnt this ]tamustb.governed., .
and by
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1 Whenever''"A No. 1" meets a runs: large attendance during the,term., the 1 OPKRA HOUCB. NEAR NEW, PKPOTy I IIf \, < '
TAO, 4'' 'way, ppod buf journeys,he gives l'J him total enrollment having'reached/, practically , ? .,ItVNfors, )t'.atJi; ? Valley I : ti7t1.'
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. fcu ?. i4 ''J'ago G THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY. GAZETTE April,:'1tIJ.d. .


': Death of Mr, Isaac Men. 'j TAX IB PAID .BY CONSUMERS ".. ,.... P; ": .
Kissimmee Gazette "
j wp The Valley
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: /; Mr. Isaac Aten, one' of Orange coun- !! No Amount of. Sophistical "Tariff Are

, + ty's oldest and most highly respected | guments" Can Altar the Fundaments

f :' B. HARRIS ..' .. .. Editor and Proprietor citizens, died at'his home in Finecastle J Fact.,

n' :. ;;j. D, KUYKENDAU- .. '., .. .. Associate Editor at 3 o'clock this morning' (I The ; "
\1' ':. Deceased had been in very poor health word "tariff, when used In J
f '. ,I toe some .time, and his death'was no connection With what la commonly:
,t 0' : called "the }'
: : tariff question. always
: .'T PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY surprise to his many friends. He had 4. r
i mean a Hat of taxes Imposed Imported .
on
OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING attained the age of about 65 years.

, : KISSIMMEE:, .OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA The funeral will be held tomorrow I I The: commodities. .
; .. .. f Importers pay these taxes. Out
-- --- =: --.- -- -- morning at.10 o'clock under the auspices t
they add them, and something more
', SUBSCRIPTION. RATESt of the Odd Fellows and Masons, as Interest on the money advanced, ACPOWDE

'I'"; ,One copy, one year $1.60 with interment at the Orlando ceme- .to their selling prices. Thus the.

One copy, six months .75 : taxes are passed on until they finally ,
A't: .. .40 tery.Many come out of the of '
: 4, ; iI' One copy, three months are the friends and acquaintances pockets consumers Absolutely Pur
.
; of deceased who join immediate :
;
'. from authorized correspondents, must be Home producers of competing goods
; 'i Alt communications, except our relatives in mourning the taking away '
iM J, ':' } signed by the writer. ' of a man whom ajl recognized as a pay no such taxes, but add Just as
:> I much to their prices If they can; and
r M. \\.I. trusty friend!!, a kind neighbor and a
,'. Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. they can unless competition among
'I Makes
Home
", good citizen.Orlando Sentinel themselves prevents. Bo they combine Baking Easy

? '\I'r),,,:, Entered at the Postoflice in Kissimmee Fla., as eecond-dass mail matter. I to strangle competition and control ,
i ,
'f : Mr. Aten was an uncle of the Griffin I prices-to create monopolies

': '' Frida.y. April 6. :3-Q :::2tK : broth.rlof this city, all three of whom which we call trusts, crush those who housewife (.
No other aid to the
..t. attended the funeral.RUNOVER. 1 will not Join, or whom they choose to '
1/,[:, I blackball, and bleed consumers to the is so great no other agent so
''i "An kiss -means nothing, 1
v ,, ordinary limit.
; & says a Chicago girl. But the brown- I To this end they get rate preferences useful and certain in making -.8
LOCALS
: '' f eyed beauties' kisses are not ordinary They SayJ I I from the railroads It possible delicious, wholesome foods

;''*'' ones-Pensacola Journal. We're from Formerly they succeeded, destroyed

,' "/' Missouri, Brother' Mack. Everyone between the ages of 18 and ,, opposition and created a fine lot of
M, '- SO, who is morally and physically eligible '' monopolies, Including most of the pro Ir
.: Brother Holley, of t.he' Sanford Herald is invited to join the 'Fraternal tected Industries. The only Baking Powder 1
. I' has lust put in a new monotype ma. 1 Some remarks made by Editors Union of America. It I Mayor clamor of New York seems ',
The Her- to think they still succeed In this. Be made from .
chine and other equipment. I of the State regarding Kitsim- The editor of the Gazette is pleasedto

,, .. aid is one of the best papers in Florida, and Kissimmee's acknowledge an Invitation to Easter I that a* it may, rate favors for the A
great an
f mee most Cream of Tartar ,,
4 and deserves all that is coming to it. part merely aid In the work of Royal Grape :(
paper, The Valley Gazette. reception and dance to be held at : monopoly building. Excessive tariff ,

, Pensacola has flies the New St.: Cloud hotel, St. Cloud, on protection lies at the root of the evil. 'k
''r + The only reason the evening of April 8. ; It supplies the motive to the creation
Down in Kissimmee they are going /
is that the people want
and
q mosquitoes
I of monopolies. Railroad favors greatly No Alum No Unto Phoaphato i
to have the Dasheen, which is a new V
iJ; z' tbem.-Pensacola Journal. We always I Mr. I. S. Ropp returned this week to help the work but nothing more.

did think there waa something queer : kind of Irish potato or sweet potato his home at Tremont, 111. Mr. Ropp This Is a fact that Mr. Taft seems *..

about people who could eat gopher Ve don't khow which. It is said to be spent the winter here. He stated to not to have grasped. He is so Infatuated

gumbos some pumpkins of a tater and some the Valley' Gazette that he is planning''. with protection that he falls to yJ,

y: more. Kissimmee js going to have an to return next fall, arid will be prepared see how our monstrous tariff rates ,__u _. -, ----- .,
Being worried with the burden of aviation or flying school and a flying to the have enmeshed us In strangling me-
ren.ain during summer. Fool the dots on curtains, aprons, caps, etc.
April Party. ,
moving we failed to note last week the machine factory.-Lake Butler Star. He has,heard favorable things nopolies.
so many I which caused no little amusement. The \
fact that the ForiMyers Press has For their next: president the people A very amusing "April Fools Party"
about the climate of this i
summer sec- for the
attained its first birthday, that auspicious The Kissimmee Valley Gazette has want a man of less prejudice and was given by the Young People's Sun- prize given nearest 'correct
tion that he believes it will
prove superior count nice red stick of ,OJ"
was a candy in
ti noticed that itinerant preachers for clearer vision.
March 14. The day School Class of the Presbyterian
event occuring on
to his home town and he is going ribbon and bells, and was won by Mr.
Press ia one of the neatiest and niftiest I some reason strike Florida during the I Think asking church at the home of Mrs. E. A. Russell -
to give it a trial. Follette men to Nelson Russell. The other prize, a rib 1
winter season when everything in the
little dailies have seen, always on last Mon-lay night.
we ever be more deliberate aDd less tempestuous bon-bedecked potato, was given to Rev.
alert to news of its own city and of the way of climate and general attractiveness Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ruch left Monday -i! and fancy Theodore Roosevelt On arriving, the guests were met at Snyder. .,

world, and always boosting for Forty is at its height and wonders just for their Northern home, Petoskey, himself making such a request. Nothing the door and ushered in by two little Delicious( ) chocolate creams were ;\'

Myers. We wish the Press a long I why it seems best to conduct soul-sav Mich., stopping at points en route. gives a tempestuous politician sucha clowns Miss Edith McLean and MasterR. passed, but when tasted they were

succession of happy birthdays. I ing campaigns during the tourist sea- These people have been coming to FlorIda headache as 'bis own base drum D. Thomas, gay in fools' caps and with found chocolate to be little, and balls when of rice finally coated the "I.

son-or something to that effect. The for the past seven years, and have when somebody_ else Is beating. It. polka dots, big and little. real refreshments peach cream and 1

{ AMEN Gazette is on the right track, all right visited many places in the state. Hav The color scheme red and white was cake, were served the guests could not

Miami Metropolis. Ing purchased a lot and being so favor- OPEN[ CONTRACT STORE very effectively carried out in hall, living be induced to partake until the hostess,
as in ancient times, proved its merit
by
If there's a chance to boom business, A couple of.years ago the KIssimmeecity ably i mpressed with our enterprisingand room and dining room. The punch tasting the contents. ,

4e boom it. Don't put on a long face and council wa, ridiculed all oven'the progressive little city, they spent Speaks Well for Kissimmee and the table was beautifully festooned with I The viig this social was "

t'., look as though you had the stomach- staee for passing an "ordinance the entire season here and expect to red ribbon and tiny bells, and around Misses Bees Mosey, Kathryn Wilcox,
regu- County Generally. I '
return again. Mr. Ruch Is of the the punch bowl banked red Polf>lora Russell, Jean Thomas, and Mr.
head smile and one were Hybiscus. j
? ache. Hold ,
up your lating the speed of air shipsT" At that I I Wadley Parker the plan of the class
look for better things. Hide your little leading decorators in Northern Michigan Owing to the continued success in The guests were entertained by four
: time no airship had invaded Florida. I being that socials I be given during
hammer, and try to speak well of However, the Kissimmee solons ; and had the contract for painting I| the sales of their sewing machines in amusing games and jokes suitable to I the year, each by one-fourth of the

; others, no matter how small you may wrought better than they knew, for and decorating the hire Waring bungalow this county through their local agents, the day several contests being held. |I class. We are anxiously awaiting thenext.
Among them was a "dot .
;* know yourself to be-Palm Beach now the town has not only an aviation now owned by Mr. Harry Hunter, Messrs. Prentis & Brown the Company counting"-of | .....
ft, < Newt.r . designed by the Ludlam & MacDon- I has decided to open a Contract store I in _. - -- . '..1
school, but is to ha.ve a factory for
ro ough Co., with whom Mr. Ruch was this city and place this in charge Mr.J. .
STRAINING: A POINT i making flying machines. The ordinancemay Identified. W. Prentis, which will require his
1 yet be 'of service.-Starke Telegraph -
undivided attention, and in consequenceof

a Editor Holley, of the Sanford Herald, Pine Hurst Home. this change the firm of Prentis & AS A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT

remarking upon the ordinance recently Kissimmee thinks it is doing mighty Brown Is necessarily dissolved, the dissolution ,

i ,- passed by the'K simmee' council; prohibiting fine, and we think so, too. Barring Very pretty home of 4'I large rooms, dating from April IlL .

,'iv', cows from running at large in I I:Lakeland, we do not know a better, or nestling in pretty young pine trees; east Messrs Prentis & Brown ha.ve both DURING 'EASTER2c

\ ,,;the city, says it waa doubtless inspired more 'progressive little city'In the front on Hudson Street:just outside received liberal patronage during their, .

!1 bythe fear that the cows would slip on south._Lakeland pews. city limits overlooking city; pretty view co-partnership and'we bespeak a con '

|the( 'newly' paved streets and sprain of lake where you; can enjoy delightful tinuance of this for each, house in the : '
l : "A. G. Hamlltora will build during lake reees. Plenty room for small c'v. ( off 2coff' ;
,.c' their ankles:;"We beleive the fear--was : tu ture. J 15-11 ; : ,
that the animals would slip and strain.the coming, summer a- three or tour- grove,.._chicken..yards .and.. .trucking,.. \ 6 : "' \'\
their, milk.-Orlando Reporter Star. I story hotel, of brick or concrete, on a Fine healthy location in good neighbor B :ga ns-forthe-Bl ye. ,

lot recently purchased by him at Verona hood. Price $1,350. 674 acres of land located midway between ------..

and Orlando avenues," remarks the Nelson Realty; Company Kissimmee and St. Cloud on Fish

Kissimmee Valley Gazette. The new .--- r Lalte, affording many -beautiful beach We have the exclusive sale of F. 'r

y J IOSCEOLA' FOLKS 1[ hotel, according to the Gazette, will ty miles an hour. This equipment site for cottages. Less than half mile A. Ferris' New York Hams and

1 , be operated on the European plan and ought to give Kissimmee low insurance I from Flag Station, 2 miles from Railway Bacon-the beat in the world. The ,
will be modernly finished and equipped.This rates.-Times-Union. Junction and 4 miles from good
From all reports Arthur E. Uonegsn
.. hams are a little higher in price ,
looks Mr. liamilnon ,
aa though
; Seat Town. Marl road most of
County
*rill'feave, a walk-away in his campaign Kissimmee is beginning to put on but ,
who Is the lessee of the central -
now of the between Kiaaimmee and St. ,
1 for the office of State i Senator' from way
t , airs. Among the latest things she has -
Jo;
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this"district.';';'St. Cloud Ttibune.M ., hotel, h ad, great confidence in the done Cloud There is high hammock, high As a special inducement for our
off ia
to show the purchasing of
'; :f I I future growth and prosperity of Kiasimmee. pine, flat pine, rich muck and beautiful customers to try these delicious ',
;\ '., :Hon. John W. ..Watson who reached .-Times Union. an automobile chemical and hose ma-
a :1 '' : chine for the of fire prairie land on this tract, so anyone meats we will make a Special Discount
: Ocala on Saturday, remained over until purpose fighting ;
;' be auited. This be soldas
Kissimmee's board ot trade is making which will arrive. Well it is can tract can of 2 ,
':J.11[ ,) >,y.sterdayrwbenbeleft for Gainesville.If soon a a solid body or divided, into smaller cents per pound during :
,I' iI.I. ,A' fae.jnakes .the. same', impression In a strong,campaign j for' new industrial good; thing to have, and Kissimmee had Easter.

M 'other:' places ,that be 'did in Ocala, he enterprises. The business,men of that experience -some time ago that she $23,590.tracts aa desired.Favorable Price terms of of entire payment tract We are confident if once used .
beautiful aud progressive city and section would not care to and this you
a will certainly have to-be reckoned with repeat, ma -
'Ii t; '' Part of this can be old tor $100.00 per will have other.
;: "'n ,the second primary.-Ocala ,Banner.. 'are not content to depend upon the chine may prove more than an ounce of acre. I> no

climate, and soil for future develop prev en tion.-Fort Myers Prt-ss. Nelson Realty Company ,
"DeSotols the banner-cattle of "
county .
I, ment but
are offering to
I 'prospectors .
...r '" a ',Florida. :The, cattlemen's, best friend the fullest encouragement for the establishment -*-- T' - - D. R. LENIS ,CO. "the Grocers"PHONE -

::u.i1>S" in Tallahassee for'' years \,was one of of a arid-lime bnck manufacturing .
,
,r ,'I ' 1 ", them. Bon. John W., ;w.taon.'tonnerlT plant and a fertilizer plant.' GARDNER? & ELLIS 92 .

:. f'.Kissimmee, but now.of .Miami.< He It; ia welt to look ahead and the. board

I I' ::'ought' to gets rousing vote in DeSoto, Is doing,splendid work--Times Union. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
; and? we believe be will., He,would make
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.'i=' ,the .tate'an Ideal business. governor. The Kissimmee, Narcooesee and Eaat ,
't" We Guarantee our House-wiring to -
r .' ', ,Arcadia Enterprise Coast railway ia a new transportationline .. Pass all Insurance Inspection. :
'" .' soon to be"constructed'connecting I' ,
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'! Narcoossee with the new Kissimmee PIXTf ORKEC/A4T. LET US FIGURE 'WITH' YOU I

"Li:; MovingDfiyT1 : Valley extension of Florida Eaat Coast v

(I i'' railway, 'now under construction. These Gentlemen

/ 11" """-"- t> new lines pill.open, up ,a rich timber Keep Cool! '
farm land will undoubtedly % ,
r .. > 'Tb"Kissimmee Gazette removed the eountrywhieh
Sr whole outfiit Into .DeW'' quarters 5 last attract settlers In In large numbers in a Wash Suit of the new :

, week and' never lost a thin spaced, .The ;-''Times Union.'' : ,
"' Raime .
'I';:i".. ; Gaxettee. now has one of the handaom- The Kissimmee, Narcoossee''and East A Thing of Beauty Cloth ;

f '1 ''if>;":'est office buildings'in the. state......:;Well Coast-raUwa,.-''is a new,transportationline : : They'are' '"Correct" '

,t,, ,;, deserved. prosperity.-Sanford Herald., soon to be constructed connecting ____ _' _

\.':', / 'Keeping uPwlth, the progress' of the Narcoossee with the new Kissimmee A JEyforSiirn'mer and with the Arrow Brand '

( V town; the, Itluimal.. .ValJe) Guette Valley extension of the Florida East! Soft y4

4': ;; ,baa moved into a handsome ,oew home Coast. railway, now under construction Madras Shirt ,

+ t!,:- and is now equipped to get out a 1 lfA'J81' These new lines Will open up a rich PARASOLSReal I with detachable collars '

': :(' and better,paper. Times Union. timber and farm land country, which -
"ii" will undoubtedly attract settlers in Nobby .
i'r' ; The Kissimmee.'Valley' Gazette has large numbers.-Tltusville Star. Beautys, for the old the young, the I''

"" 'moved into Its capacious and beautiful kids, well-the whole family. Straw, Hats
.Jccellf
,t ''new borne ,wbere with enlarged and Alfalfa has been 1I1Y grown CAN WE'SHOW YOU? WE CAN SHOW YOU!IIf in plain and -v .
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split
straws
(''. Improved facaltieslt, will labor harder, on the Kissimmee prairie l land, where

-- -andjmore: effectively;:than.av.r..for..the ILgJ'9w'_. _r..pdJ! !..thet tt! en eiperl:_ .. you are Dot a real beauty you can at least carry a real .
--
,. .' advancement of Its clyr"and/ ''count)'. m.ntal'crop there seven cuttings were beauty; one latest creations;ia,the Parasol World, mail '- :'---- '
: i TVYe; are right i in"steR with .:; :: . ,
t fashion ; --'t" """'
,. The Gazette and the aty of Klsslromte.seem made In one season, equalling seven, the latest colors and shape We can suit yen, the whole, :

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I ,:t'I brand of proeFe t7.Tampa..TllDe in one. es*.-Times-Union. .
: THE LARGEST DISPLAY OF PARASOLS EVER

fa; i'''''" The Kiasimmee Gazette bas.moved That Kissimmee'Is already in the big ,SHOWH tN KISSIMMEECAN -
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,1 il", .. ..into Its new borne and.accomplished city; class Is evidenced by the fact thatit WS' .......; .''V _.' /i f','

A ;'., ,difficult> job of transferring; the, plant has just purchased for Its.fire departmenk WE SHOW. YOU? Aatzsar r--'''I'a"**'; ',- :-- ,

''rl "'without missing an Issue.- This Guette a c combination chemical engine t ,'" 1''.'

" t' 'F ,lshow'.quipped'to"pmducea', better ,land i bow/motor'-,car with a'...eyJfnd"} .0. "V\7 DANN ..", ''.u I

., ,1'T "paper than yver' ,,and it will continue: ".to engine which develops 75 horsepower.The ; .. I
boOlter -In the machlne- f-the latest model and 'f'n. I S
be one-of the;' greatest t t t,
; 3 ,. iat1'X'.mpa j ,Tribune 'Is capable 'of.moving' 1st the rate'of.I.I1 8: ,.. I Ioo
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%Th6'Ki sJmm66'VaIl6U Gazette ,Vote forGeo, F. Parker, ,re-election Little Athalia ''Griffin, daughter of

".L&PHO.'NO.1t. 1 tor County Judge.: j, .14-Ct Mr. and Mrs J, J, Griffin, while playIng 1

Mrt Wi J. Spear gave';: an' Illustrated 'with some other children last'Tuesday

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY: lecture at the Pas lme theater Monday morning: had the misfortune Jo :

-BY- IIlebt"'OKl ,;the subject: of'Plorlda.'- The fall and break the small byne in, her '

w. .. NAgRI. ictures were superior,to the lecture. leg Dr. Rivers' set the injured member Lake Gem Villa : '1

,, and the little patient la i now rapidly : .
enrewWeather- :_ Dr: Holt will, flU the pulpit of the recovering.S. ,
i Baptist church Sunday morning. This p .
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Report : will be the regular quarterly season for S.,, Buzza & Son, the cement work. }-: ',," ,, ' ,

; he observance of the Lord'. Supper er.,.have been engaged this week lay. ,. . . .'1\1\ ,',,;._. :'. , I
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Ing.a new cement sidewalk: In front ofRoberson' ". ,
I Parasol and Pique. tor the Summer .. .,. .. /,,p' I ",
'Following are the dally tern, 'Girl at Katz'.' 13-tf pharmacy and the Citizen .. '' f .
and .. : bank on Broadway and along the north ,,r t .
precipitation
'perature. ;; ,h r rI
: Mrs. J. IA Moon d'Mis.* Eloise have 'I' .. ," ."
side of the bank 'I'I' " ,
reported 'by the Government building on Darlingtonavenue. "
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. gonetoO' Fort M eado.to.'visit relatives ... 'u; ; "
.- '- '' -' '' S"T- "
.tatlon-.t Klulmm."for"'th. ;; : "
before leaving for their hew home, Atlanta ; : : ,: :
;week" ending Apr. 4. 1912- ; '}fr. W. y.", Chandler,;;member of the .'" "",'.I'l"'i"" Ij' 'I" ,,'.i" '.',' '" I. .. '. ',. ,,;,. f '
School Board from the Third district,. ,' ""' ",1',1" t. ." ,
: :" \if": "j"t ,
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sAX nit area 'r. 1.'f ' ',
AboutLake "
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and ., -
Rev. J. Pike Powers ,
daughter, ,
FrIday. . .. .. 88 73' . Miss Frances Powers, are the guests of went out to St. Cloud last. Monday.to '',,((4" SS'.t ",/4 I ,;1" "' ','r'I'-: :' ,,', .; l n.".I; 'r ,
; p
Consult tna.teea' ,
the St. !
with the 5'I'd "
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Saturday. ... .. 89 61 , Dr, and Mrs. A. J. Holt. .". ,,;!. ',' ", ." .. : /1' ',..; , i)
Cloud school In reference to '
Sunday..... .', 88 60 .. public come ( :, : ,:. 'i:, \ :ft' 'A "i:"I"'t '
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lawyer for contemplated in the ." ,1 :
Monday.. . .. 61 61 Vote for a County Judge improvements ,. /' ; j ;1.1I -
.
I G. F. Parker is the only candidate who school at that plat "
Tueeday...,... 88 66 .. is. 16-4t ,. ,. .. I' "
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milk : ,, ; : ,;
Wednelday , 83 64 .23 Wanted--100 cus- :
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark left Wed.
...
.... Thursday . 71 53i .
esday night for Winnipeg, Canada, tomers. Phone 235, Kis- ,: ., .' ,f.

where they will spend the summer, returning simmee Dairy Co. City
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i r' ----- '
: to Kisiimmee early in the fall.

Mr. W.' E. Eshelman- president of Delivery. Ie-Is '; Gem Land : .

r;; the Peninsula Highland Co., of Loughman Mr. T. M. Taylor has in this Issue of ., Compamy, i ;
LOCAL FIELD.
was called north last week on the Gaeette,probably one of the largest .

$ account of the illness of his son. display ads of a grocery house ever J. E.. MATTOCKS, Pres. &Manager' c
,
$ Vote'for'a carried in Kissimmee. It is well that
""""1 -"'%'''''''''''''''''N" "K 1tiK" $ Wwyer for County Judge.G. should read these Ices. Mr. '
F. Parker is line only candidate who you pi KISSIMMEE FLA. r
II. -iwt Taylor has modern methods as agrocerymarT : .r

Register now. and is a thorough believer, .. :
Mr. H. E. Swabey has moved the of ,,
|in the possibilities that are held In the
Vote for Geo. F. Parker, re-election 4
flee o( the Pioneer Plumbing Shop from '
of advertising 16-11
for County Judge. 14-5t proper> use .pace. 0
the Wilson building on lower Broadwayto

Mr. M. Rate I I. visiting: relative at his building on Orlando avenhe. Mr. Herman WItkowsky, of Youngs- ,
Fort Myers, town, 0., in vending in his renewal of
Initiation fee to Join the Fraternal subscription to' the Gazette, adds the
Mr. and Mr*. C. D. Carroll ..pentWednesday Union of America reduced to less than comment "I "
half. Join now-you will never regret following apreclated :
in Tampa. j it. It don't want to miss one copy of your The Watch Looms BigAsk '
'
Watch for Mr. A. .B. Dickero/'. All work entrusted to Kissimmee Au- highly interesting paper. The Valley ;

change of ad next week. 16-11 to Garage.nd: Machine Company will .Gazette is certainly A Nrf 1 a* a news

have prompt attention. Satisfaction paper for prospective homeseekers especially .. ,
Rev. J.'Pike Power and daughter, guaranteed. 152EHan. as it doesn't tire its reader

Miss Frances, visited Orlando Thursday "
R. G. Johnston, clerk circuit with politic ain

Mrs. Bert Bryan and Mrs. Nat Carson court left Tuesday night for Tallahassee Vote for Geo."F. Parker, reelectionfor importance in the running; of a railroad. Absolute >> '

were shoppers at Orlando Thurs on business with the Pardoning County Judge. 14-6t
accuracy is the only safe .standard. We '
Board which met at that place Thurs State Treasurer J. C. Luning, who I* ..

day.Mr.. E. D. Hogan: of Loughman, a candidate for re-election i Is mingling make a specialty. of railroadwatch inspection and r g

spent Sunday with his family in ihi day.The Fraternal Union of America has among: the voter in Rissimmee today.A regulating If your. time piece varies ever so little''

city. ford splendid Lakeland local and lodges B.rtow-In at Orlando.fact San-all most enjoyable- Leap Year Ball bring it in and have it adjusted Prompt'action ;

CircuifCourt has been postponed to over the state. Why not have local was given at the rink Monday night bya prevent serious accident ,

June 18th, on account of the primary : lodge: at KIIslmmee1' It number of the young ladies of the may a '\ 1

I, city to the youngmen.State .
election. If choice, and you are particular, , .
Mr. J. M. Hansell has been elected phone 186 for accuracy and dispatch. Organizer N. I. Gottlieb of
Will call and make estimates from your the Fraternal Union of America i is in t
president of the city council for the own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer our city, installing a local lodge of this i rC.
ensuing term. and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 5-tf splendid order. It

Mr. C. W. Ward returned to the city Crochet, Pique and Moire' Handbagsat Dr. K.! Derbyshire has moved his Jeweler and

Wednesday night from a brief visit to RaU'. 13-tf office to rooms over Coles Jewelry A COLE ,

Havana and other points in Cuba. Free I A pair of 26-cenfhose with store, and is much more comfortably .

Kissimmee Auto Garage/: and Machine every pair of shoes worth $3 to $5 or a situated than he waa before. Optometristl.I .
10 or 15-cent pair with all shoes under
will do in lathe or
Company anything
Mr. Ulrich Schneider and wife left
machine work for for automobiles, >3. This offer is good: for men's wom- I
boats, and all other you machinery. 15tf en's and children's shoes. Lawson's this week for their home in St. Joseph
Cash Store, next door to Postoffice. 13tf Mo. Mr. Schneider has been in charge

Mr. L. W. Holliday was intthe city of the Munger Land C?. office in this 1 ,
from Orlando Wednesday, !looking Mr. J. S. Floyd of the local office of city, which will be closed.
the Title Guaranty Co., returned Sunday -
around with a view to locating here.
I 'from a trip to Jacksonville. He i Sangers circus was in town Tuesdayand ---.--

Any work done at the Cash Store left the early part-of the week for De- | drew quite a crowd., The circus .

Jewelry Shop, next door to postofficeif Soto county on business for the company folks did their best toentertain,[ the :
fully guaranteed f. G. White.,2-tf of
'' people.,, The large herd.-, one
> -:' "'" I
j"" '* $i< i . i* i 1 , ,1., ' iii')"' 1? elephant,-was very well trained. ,' '
''' tV'.i'Mr.' .,T.; Lewis of St. Cloud and Mis .
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1. ; ?I ,
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returned "
E. C. from
Mr. Dusenbury
Ida M. Lewis of Oklahoma were At the' Chapter House social'next '
Tampa on Friday. Much to the delight
married Judge Parker last Sunday. Mrs. Willson and Mrs. Is "
by of his many friends the operation Tuesday evening the Title Good: ?
Bullock will be the hostesses. They
Master Frank Bryan had the misfor- which he underwent, it is believed by
will have some nuts for the guests to
tune to break his arm this week. He the specialist, will prove entirely suc-
I crack, and will give away a large fern.
.. doing nicely. cess ful. .
When want: in the auto- S"
you anything
Vote for Geo. F. Parker reelectionfor
y
Ross Graves "The Store that County Judge. 14-6t mobile and line Machine give Kissimmee Company Auto a trial.Gasrage Is .the main question and should always be answered : ,

appreciate your trade" haa' very We will give satisfaction, or try" : ,
you .
Auto Garage and Machine disinterested
attractive ad in this lIB ue on Ryanize. Rissimmee the for mighty hard Our shop i. in charge of by a authority! The .,.
has
Company accepted agency skilled mechanic l -tf, ..... "
.
tha Cartercsr, one of the most wonderful "
bread food Sweet Potato of the and will in few f '
The new cars age a
Flour. Send lOc in stamps for trial lays have a shipment of these cars of Miss Mary Gaines, daughter of R.v. Title "
package. A. F. Spawn, Kissimmee, hand, which they will take pleasure in H. T. Gaines, II i in Fort Meade this Guaranty T :

Fla. i "." howmg to all. 16-tf week, acting a* organist for Mia ,Tucker 1 Y ,
'
a-well known singing evangelist, /
Rev. J. Pike Powers, of Knoxville, Mr." W. C. Rogue, formerly of Chi.' who ie i conducting meeting, . .' /

Tenn., will fill the pulpit of the Baptist sago, but more recently of Marion will search and examine tlietitleo'the: / land whlch
: ,. .
church Sunday night, county, this tate, has taken, charge of Mrs.H. E. Willis and little son Lynn : ".:

J. D. Clark & Co.'* real estate office came- UP' from Bradentown to spend aeouple'of , you'are;'aboutjfo ,,in'Otceola County oi :else-/- ',: ;

.All kinds of Oils and Polishes\ kept in for the summer, Mr., Clark having gone days with her, parents, Mr. '..: '
'
'Machine stock by,Company Rissimmee,Auto Garage 16-ti and North to look after other business.Mr. and Mrs.- "Nebraska* Johnston., They .,-' wherein, Florida,.and iffound to be good vii\\lGitaran\ . :,

representing N. E. returned home'Sunday: ; ; .tee'fyou against. .loss by 'reasonof: mortgages, 'liens '.
Mr. P.'' F. Wilson, Goltieb. Itateorg.nl&erol : :'

j' Claude) L/Engle's Dixie,,spent Mondayin the Fraternal Union of America, I II in Jacksonville Mr. Wayne,to Ward meet left his wife.on 'Sunday Mr. and for :,./ ';: .fnpaidtaxes, andadyerseclaims'.'. "I t'
in interest order here.
the the
the city, city an :
Ar. Gotlieb,, comes highly recommendedand Mrs. Ward and their, young son return' It Is. our business, to protect our ,clients and patrons
and hl.lllter ,
Mr: Dozier Leitner '
ed on Tuesday'.and will spend the sum .
,-
Mis*'.Almena Leitner.. spent the weekend ha organized several flourishing' : mer' here.Mr. 01 against, investments. jn' Imperfecftitles.lWe'o.ccomplis ,
.
lodges throughout the state ,
I /: : .. ,
with relative In Bartow.
I, and Mrs Ira Baas' /1 ave been this by:a ,thorough search 'of' the-'records :fand jX '. I .
The Easter Sunday Presbyterian church. ;
next regular meeting of the, W.
; entertaining: a number their relative a -

'C, T.,, U.'occurs Friday, April, 12 at 8 All are moat cordially Invited to our this week,,there being In ,'the party, .. .. the 'issue" -' of.. our' '"TITLE. : .POLICY, 'of, ? Guaranteed. CertifiV .'' : i
t.
p. m., ...A'full. attendance. Is, regpestedThe Easter Sunday services. They will include Mr. A. T. Johnson, Mrs.'Gus; Bolton. care of Title..('. '": 1- ct.t. "*
special'music the of .
Fraternal Union of America provides members and the celebration',, reception Mr., Bill Bolton, all of Georgia;, and \. ". ; I .' -
the
death disability, old age and accident Communion., Mr. Dock'Bolton of Kansas City, Mo. 'Tfce Title' C.araatee.1C.a Joei a General Abstract Batitci*' *.ghvtthe Stalt of Florida''' ,
Holy
.
benefits. at. lowest:, cost. itS They have all'gone' out to St., Cloud ; Abttntctt to City iiid. Coanty Property ..d. ud. delivered ',,' .- : 'r '
n short Botic \;
i A lady'writing to her husband in Chi- where they will visit their sister, Mrs. .. .
S Mrs. L. J. Griffin, of New Smyrna '. ;- ',v ., e. .
.
"f, ?'I find Mrs.,. Aten; ot lnectle, spentSunday cago' told of, having her ankle.sunburned M. L. Outlaw. 'a'r" 't : :

last with. relatives in, this city while enjoying: the sunshine In Mr, and"Mrs. D. B. Herrington; will f f'r'
St. Petersburg. In his reply he aid: ;
leave to-morrow for their summer borne '
!Mr. J hD'VDownofth.Appomattox
\ "Trunlrand;;Bgr Co.; of Petersburg:, "You haven't anything onus with your at Chlna*Me., 'and expect to return to "

. > Va., was in the /city this week. unborn; we hare.are"Sanford just glorying Herald.: in ._chilblains KUsimmee about November'lIt.. Theyare [

RJMimmee Auto Garage and Macblne"Company up highly: : ; pleaaedwith'our city and climate T.TL'. : [ .U RANTY CO. '

handle all kind: of auto up- The D. R. Blenls Co. always ready: and Mr. Herrington ha just added "i

plies-casings, inner tubes; pump, to get the belt for their customers, t? his local holding by the purchaseof ,

Jack,*, plug, etc. 16-tf have secured the exclusive'sale of F. A. two Iota adjoining his residence! '- .... ;'t ietw
.. Ferris' New York ham and bacons and I
Smoke ..'Boone'. Straight" and Miss Mattie Miller, the popular Manager .;. .
"Oaceol:" None better. Made .in In this issue, gives an inducement for Capital Stock 100000.00 \
... of the Western Union telegraph --- : ,
Kissimmee. 10-" to try them. Blot .
you .
office at this has her I -
place, resigned position 1 '\
\ For particular to join the FraternalUnion Special Easter ,services 'at the and will leave next Monday for D.: JUDSON PresUeBtJES EDWARD"A. NASH' Secretary yK r
of America lee State OrganizerGottlieb : : Christian Church Sunday.\ An Easterprogram her home.in-Ohio., She I Is succeeded by 4'.f: G!;

'J, at- the. Central. Hotel.It will be rendered at the Bible Mrs. Blossom Sigler, of Winter.Park ._,..-..__. _. -" .V.: R.- JUDSON- ,'Trea.urerCARROLL +- ....!. ''''_7 ."; .TOOMER.. : 4.: REYNOLDS_, .. :,Cui. c.-:....,.:..e* .. -," 1-
11" < 4 ;C e--- sYS"
SchootTiour. arrived
: Eoone'a BtraTghl 'and-T'OMeola"; 'An EasleVsennph",at who baa'already and"ls being ,

Bt- 6 cent' cigars.-Box trade solicited 11 o'cloCk.:; Subject for the, eveningdiscourse : checked In.Luther '.' .. ,
<|f'< S 10-tf will be 'The Conversion of \ '
Home Office
Blsbee
.
Buildlpg..Ji1cksonvUJe.
Wade :
Fla.
'* and his mother Charity ,' ,, ;
,The''ViUage: Improvement Society the Philipian J Jailor. ..... .
Wade, negroes, were-probably fatally AJj '
1 ;will..bold 'an important meeting at theo Mr. H.' N. Bratton baa just finisheddriving wounded by Johnson WIlliam., another Branch Office:;: 'Kissimmee .Fla, : ,.' +' ., jt '

Chapter: ROUM next Tuesday. ft.rnoon&t5330. well forMr H. at CarroU'a last '. r.-- ,. h ,
'\ ,. a ; Fleming on negro, .still Sunday.191U1am '" 1 ? -d.i
'. : '. Ilia place on Oliver's Island, which u a made his escape,, and has not t.

'.Miu Ruth Ba*., who iii.'; been 'Visit gusher' The pipe is'only two, inches, yet been apprehended. Deputy SheriffPrcyatt ,LEWIS O'BRYAN' :- Manager: Kisslmmce 1 ( 'Branch i SV '''

ing her'sister, Mrs; John Wooda.Il,: left and the water comes with considerable Monday arreated Jack; BronsoW' 7 vi- ;
.
Tuesday on the steamer ,for; her force,flowing'at the Vat of, fifty gallons for shouting:' ,,Nonman, Contch?}in'. 'the'foot. .. I ; ,,,
.
:home>,.,.near-- Baasenger.. ',rw" a Inute. y; .. Both parties are negroes. ;, '/.1

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: Page 8 TIIE K1SSIM3IEE VALLEY GAZETTE April.5. ,1918 .Vk1 ;

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;, k .. NBW MA NAQKMBN1. FLORIDA ADVANTAGESA :' FLORIDA\ CLIMATE 1

; "I':: rFN'TRAL''HOTFLuNDR.. Tuttle and ThoS. FoutaProprietor -, 4 TRAINS FROM THE_ WES : 4

i J : State of Fine Climate Fertile Land Is Ideal, Both in the Winter .and

it 4 ;: MATES: $1.502.00, and $2.60 PER' DAY-AMERICAN PLAN and Cultivated People. the Summer. _-VIA-

E: Hot and'Cold Baths Electric Lighted: Homelike and Cheerful 1 (Extracts from a circular letter from Florida fs properly called_the Sunny

4 B'. F, Johnson of Richmond Va., publisher ' Southland. She has but one season, as

V JAY,". of Makers of America) the term applies la the north, and thatI ATLAN'TICeOAST', LINE

The story needs no application. I I summer; but she has two as the term
SOW DIMES REA1? ])OLLA] S
4''
traveled through Florida for a good applies in the south, a rainy and! a dry

r many months and I found delightfuland season. "Seminole Limited"
4 "Dixie
Flyer"
Colored l FruitCommands I courteous people on every hand ; The rainy season usually begins between .
"- Bright Golden people who are making'' and building the middle and last of June, and

beautiful homes, who are causing their lasts until about the middle of August ; "South Atlantic Limited" .

25 to 60 cents per box more than fruit DISCOLORED BY respective communities to bloom with then from August till June the dry sea
"
I. RUST MITE. I health and prosperity. )Jj J ere and thereI son. This docs not mean that it rains "Montgomery Route"
: -At a coat of SEVEN to TEN cents per box you can have BRIGHT ran across ai man who was not only from June till August and then stops
i FANCY FRUIT, if will begin/ now and Spray your trees with I
,t "5OLP110-ClTROL,you' the new LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION which I lean and lank in person and purse, but raining till June again, as many be Through Pullman Cars from Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati, Indianapolis Grand

t quickly and surely destroys all forms of RUST-JUTE. I I narrow in mind as well, and he would lieve. Rapids, Cleveland, Louisville Nashville Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville:

;' 1>,,1 "A RECORD BREAKING CROP OF CITRUS FRUITS : say to me,"I came to Florida to squeeze During the rainy season there are

; t' IS INDICATED FOR 1912 I the juice out of it. I came hero to get many days of bright sunshine ; in fact, DINING CAR SERVICE V '
dollars and cent I'm not interestedin there l is only a shower during the day,
This means that the market will be overloaded with poor un- For further information call on or write toW
sightly fruit, for which there is little sale, but it does not mean that Florida'books or anything else printed usually in the'forenoon, and the remainder C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fla?
., the market will be overstocked with the better grades bright fruit about Florida, and I wouldn't give I of the day is i usually without rain.
:4 GROWN ON TREES STRAYED WITH "SULPHO-CITKOL" I an eternal darn for all the books you And during the dry season we have J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent f
{ Raise the qiiality and hence the price of your fruit by spraying intervals of Tampa, Florida .
will ever get out on the state. Well, I rain, but the rains are at
RIGHT NOW with
t in the first I right to ten days.
place never approached
: 'SULPHO-CITROL' : ,I _. . .
that sort of a man if I had a chance to The opinion of many that the heat i is - ----- ----7-- -- - -
and won't have to look for a market I .
_ you a
THE MARKET WILL LOOK FOR YOU: size him up before I got there, and j oppressive and disagreeable in Florida >pc>oooloooeoooooooot>oooc>cx>ooooo<>oc>o<)oc>ooooo<>o lit For full information SULPII-CITIWL and FREE when sentiments similar to those were is also] an error. The thermometer seldom **
regarding i C. A. CARSON. JA.. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFER.
copy of our beautiful 1912 Almanac containing much valuable infor- expressed his conference and mine was registers above 90 degrees and Ji President, Vlec-PrMldrat. Secretary
mation regarding best methods of cultivation for various crops, address very quickly ended. I anyone who has spent summers in the 8

But 1 want to say this very decidedly: states of the middle west and in Florida -

E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. That Florida does possess some peculiar I will tell you that they prefer the
,
'J_ JACKSONVILLE Koomii3oni.iHH.Did,,. FLORIDA I I advantages that cannot be duplicated! I Florida summers. KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
anywhere else in the United States"", and The climatic conditions are ideal ; th..ynr .

I'..?t I believe few places in the world. 1 better adapted to the! health, comfort -

. . haven't been all over the world but I I and prosperity' of man than any
-
have traveled over most of it, and I other locality in the wprld. There* i is 4t Rough and Dressed ..

have been a close observer of the con- i the lowest death rate of any State in

1 ditions of men and things, and my feeling I the Union. It seems strange, indeed,

i is that a man can get about as much that.men of means and intelligence will PINE LUMBERHOUSE

satisfaction and pleasure not only that remain in the cold northern states, especially -

but make as much money -in Floridaas in the winter time, when a few '

"+,' BEST CHEAPEST any state or'any country I have ever dollars invested here would furnish them '
traveled in. The men, though who are with an ideal winter home. -Tampa BILLS A SPECIALTYXtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

doing these things, and whose chi'ldrenwill I Time

do them in thejttture, are the men :

IDEAL FERTILIZERS I who take an honest pride in the State WINTER CROPSA

and endeavor to do what they can to I

advance its interests in an educationaland
material way. As we read and Suggestion to Farmers from the ...................................................\....\....\......................-......\...-.....--....-/

study about the State of Florida its Northern States. j WHAT IT MEANS !
As Good the Name .
as
advantages and what the most active -
People from the North and West are ". : pl.do not know whet a Bmnk'i Capital |n for. or the dlfrsr4BO betwcen -
I I and energetic people are doing there wan of little or no capital aDd one with a 'Urea capital ;
astonished to learn when they visit .
l.. we are stimulated and encouraged and j A DANK'8 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
F j Local Agt. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. we are able to accomplish greater results Florida that celery fields produce a yieldas i I. the fund that protect the depoallora from loan, therefore the larger it It tbs
I II I high as $1,500 tin acre and that the greater protection Ilia depo Uora b..a. Ibis bank baa a
in a business way. "
s Capital |' .000 00
Florida has been fortunate in crop in the well known celery districts, larph'a04 of . "'.1\0000 0
very
'; WILSON & TOOMER.FERTILIZER, CO. I of i is one that l is practically sure. Stockholder liability 6O.OUO DOA
being enriched by men and women
These visitors then learn that celeryis i total 1127.,O(1 00
Fla. 'culture from other states. Some of
i t Jacksonville but one of three or four crops that i This mean that we must lone 112 .ooo.OO before our de poet ton oould leae 1 a J
them only live there a few months in = Bent ThU rotaotion la lor YOU. T
can be grown on the same piece of landin
the others make their i '
year; permanenthome "
there. Before I traveled in Florida the course of a year, and the majority i i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE _
of these are in the = -.-
I used to think that all of the live crops grown .....
I II winter season, when the Northern = I'r..iM Met.. ..L.C>ecsO .
f. business men of the state came from
farmer i is unable to do anything what- E U. A. CARSON JOHN'" M. LEE N. .. CARSON
other sections of the country, but it President Vtm-PrtMtdenl Carbler

: was not long before I had my eyfes ever on his farm. ---..........-....\.......-........\....................-....-..........................\............
Now, those farmers who would like
I opened and I realized that among the
tu cultivate their Northern farms dur
natives of Florida there was just as
GILBERT THE PLACE ing their regular farming season, and
good timber as has ever been cut out
I Gents' Furnishings, Dry Goods; a Complete Line of Shoes of the woods. In other words, I found still would like to come to Florida and Distance
make a crop or two during/ the winter =
1 Nice. line of Embroidery Flouncing'' Best line of Dress Ginghams. among many of the natives there energetic months are increasing in number. AdvertisingLong 296
alert, active men who were do-
76c to $1.25 at 10 cent. Quite a number have tried it, and found
F.axona at 15 to 25c yd. Calico at 5c yd. Ing things, and who were important
that the works .
A. S. GILBERT.. NORTH KISSIMMEE factors In advancing: the interests of plan successfully.The
w. 1- their respective communities. farmer In the North is through is saying the right thingat

;c.yat. The State of Florida is capable of 'with all of his farming operations by the right timein
F supporting a population twenty-five the end of October or the middle of

times as large as it has at present, and November, so that he can get away the right
and the land known the way
come to as
owing to the peculiar advantages which
Winter-Garden of America. If he has
at.. THINK THIS OVER I could not undertake to enumerate We make a cialty of planning. preparing
taken the to
buy
already precaution a '
here the state ia growing arid will grow literature and conducting campaigns for
more rapidly in prosperity than any piece of land and have the same cleared Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities
//A cordial invitation! U extended to those he can begin at once getting ths ground and Individuals.
: other state in the Union. What we I _
l people. who want to save money in buying ,, ready for his winter and early vegetable
I need to do is to hold ourselves in an at-

: Furniture Mattresses Beds titude of progress to co-operate with crops.
cultivation of these GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERSTAMPA ,:
'' Intelligent crop
l : .ii every reasonable movement that I is cal
1 will enable him to raise two and sometimes -
.,: Tables .Curtains Bed Linens culated to advance and improve the ,
t three crops before it is time for
and the in
State particularly locality
FLORIDA
; r '. ..everything for the home. which we live. him to go North again to begin operations .
,t, " on his farm that baa been covered
> THE 1 begin to talk as a Floridian. I bought '
1. I
with all winter
.
'J' property in Florida I expect to spend snow I .-- ,
: part ot:the year in the state and I can Lettuce U one of the quick growing 1
i'i.NEW'FUnNITU E STORE
winter crop in Florida and there ia
:
; didly confess I had not the most remote
big money in it. In some sections where CARSON' & BASS
dream of doing such a thing when I ,Z. BARAGER.WALL .
a specialty is made of this it is
aI I :>, 'WEBUY!' ,FOR;CASH" WE: SELL FOR CASH first came into the State. noticed that while lettuce i la being crop marketed ,

,We can furnish home at a price that I Practical Painting )
your w.$ from one part of a field nearby;
Baseball and Church.
J JIf. { ; l astonish you: A cash store that's why. >> there U a patch almost ready for market PAPER
EVERYTHING NEW Recently the baseball editor of a met- still another in perhaps two weeks All Work Guaranteed

J ,./ f.. ropolitan paper was sent to report the I Ipter. and a fourth patch that has just Paper Ha.Klug: : and
sermon of a new minister as the religious Wall Papering, Decorating Decorating a Specialty
,
from the seed bed.Then .
been
transplanted
\\y?$?; :Glaytpn: & Godwin editor waa ilL This U the copy another seed bed will be seen containing Sign, Writing Window Shades, etc.
I ki'V': '" he turned in :

i r i :.. ;-DIckfiRSON! __ _ ___ BUILDING "Quite a bunch the was present Sunday transplanting plants still which later.are intended.for Pleasant Kissimmee, Flat Barlow's I Horse and, I -
at church to AiBIHI
1t evening owing
Naturally, the visitor asks why i is it (uWood's Cattle Powders and
:J.:':'m' of and the ,
'. > '. the presence a new star the of
t !; that grower hare Isttuce so
'" 0 of boosters war anxious for line Poultry Food iI'' t
'q111' V_ box a ,
many age* .Her.la the reply given by I
,
.. /;, "' on his work. Rev. is certainly one of these growers: DROUGHTSBLDG.

;';' 1- there with the goods and performed to "It is so that the crop will mature at NEW YORK AVE, .

{ ; the satisfaction of all present. Owing regular intervals for we have found --- .y
\ ; CUSTOM TAILORING fact that this his first SeedsFor
to the war ap that It Is not best to have all the lettuce St. Cloud Fla.
; the local be ,
pearance on grounds was ''
i. mature at once, or any other 'veg
.(t' v i.'f* that i is absolutely.right in style, fit, and price. You a little nervous the first inning. 'En etable for that matter. This i I. so, 1912.Our flit

can buy "ready-mades" of course, but they're not couraged by the coschera in the 'Amen first, because we would hardly be ableto New > 'at.
'.: made for you and they show it. Soring samples now corner,' he let himself loose and had handle all Descriptive Catalog
maturing at onetime
thecrop
w:'i 1';'" , arriving.; : Come in and see them the game well in hand from then ort; and then the market in the North. about is fully the up-to-date beatGarden and tells all flORIDA REAL[ [ESTATE fOR ,SALE,,
: ;?',{', t His New Jerusalem slow" ball Is a peach cities overloaded'with
I ,< P. W. TRTJMPELERWUlson's ern rnigh be
:, , and when he turned loose on eternal stuff just at the time our was marketed and Beautiful winter home sites situated "'

';''kk, ;. : WUlson's Real Estate Office Building: punishment his speed was terrific. As and we would suffer loss." in ttw Lake Region of Florida.

,.(A. \'f this was his first workout it is too ear.- This rule also applies to tomatoes, Farm Seeds.Every 'i'mcklng and Farming Lands! in large '

I ( 'I ly to try to predict a future for him, cucumber and other crops raised in farmer and gardener or small tracts _'.

:!ff' iewtks.awl..sews.ael.w...iaaa..aseertta. . ..lsasa, ....... started but If lie with can it's keep him up for the the gait big league he has I Florida in the winter time.Metropolis.!' should have a copy of thU cata: i CITY PROPERTY: A SPECIALTY f.

+ n .. Jog which ha long been recog.
next se, On.* Vegetables at Kissimmee.Kissimmee. List your property with me for qufck .
+ 'f.t.ir'7"' FOR GOOD ,PICTURES GO TO i j nixed as a standard authority,,' sake ; .
FIL'March: for the full and correct information

":. ;'..> : r f; j?:: THE GEM STUDIO i The Kissimmee Library. Clay; has a half, acre ot lettuce 22.'ready N.-A to. which it gives. H.. ,M.. Breaker( &,Co:'

The Kissimmee Library ojjersto! its ship at once, and in about two or three We are headquarters for I -

!r >' : .S;: : HALL A PAYNTBR. PiiOPi"I.ToT"a subscribers a list !of ov rfoujMiCmdred 'weeks his three acre of cabbage;,' ,will Cnsrs end Clover Seeds Seed I Box 178 KISSlMMEB, ,...FLA.i .:J v/< 7ySH'IP'VCQC

j (i-W'i, : t It. >6oks, by the best authors any or all of he_ready to.move He aays there! I Is V*. .s, SM, 0.'ts, Cow Peas ,.4'. !l

,:, :f r I : Which you have the privilege of readingfor probably forty to sixty acres* of cabbage . t.'..j* .":;3 cui>t:

''t 'jo"J. +. . ''j' _' '' only $2 which 'secures! a single here, some moving now,, blot the :"" I 'i A:AND'..
,
: 'Dealers' FfTras "
in An&p Cameras .and also Cyko.Paper I w'i: 8 Inscriptive: (,! 'q
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not before l : of weefcc. I T th oM r.llaal.
nembership, or $G for a famlly'memiership. a couple taalmailed _,I,f
yr' ': 'Work,;done'for aUurs promptly Florida views; of all : There ftee on : c:. ta lo MmVINZANTSCOI3'' '::0
i : ; J : a> ) .\ Cap?'TrencETine.;;librarian,' will also be.quite slot of'"',Irish i jueat.. l :

i y !i kinds;:.. Prte 'reasonableiiVAIIiwork'gtiaranteed{ ;.' ; ; .* .I j I *I IJ u. :|3 will Issue you a'\ membership card for potatoes raised here, bat on accbant of T:- &: WOOD: &: ONS. ' ; :' Ii r ,;
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the \abcn amount. Library in State .. JACKSONVILLE: ,
': r .. : . the 'wet'weather: they will be late.. e'r
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'/" I IrUfV[ 'DONT :KNOW ARC GOOD()[ ,STICKERS( f p. A.-CARSON- , President. K..C-.BRTAW. HBCRVTAKT


-l 'Choose: ..II.IEasterShoes --' .I''People in Cold'-Climote Ignorant of. People Who Come:--- .' 0' Kissimmee' The 'Waters &'. Carson


What Real living Is. <, Section: Usually Stay, i

'.- ., y The following l interesting letter is In an interview last week,announcing

HERE I from' a Chicago man who came to FlorIda that the winter schedule would be con- Grocery CompanyWholesale ;

and observed for bimaelf. The tinned this summer: on the A. C L.,

writer speaks with authority i Mr.,W. J. Craig P. T.-A., said;

No Easter outfit would be CHICAGO March. 25th 1912.. :"This*'will give Florida three train., ,and Retail Dealers In-

Editor Valley Gazette, two of which are limited, with Pullman

complete without due -regard -, Klssimmee Fla. and dining cars, during the entire summerj GROCERIES.WEB.

to the question of Dear Sir :Enclosed please find M. O. and each'one: will carry from threeto .

for subscription for'' the Gu tte... I four' Pullman sleepers;. all of which

FOOTWEARAside have, been a reader of your paper and will be'of the best steel type'and elec- .

aN e a It contains so much valuable information trically lighted.; ,
i : that I do not wait to be without it "This is 'an experiment'4 ." said* Mr. SELL. WE BUY .

; in my home.. I am also Interested In Craig, "but the Atlantic Coastline believes ". w

Florida',*fourteen miles from your town, that the traffic between New HAY 4 HIDES

Being In Davenport, Fla., two years York and Florida demands It, and therefore I -: --
from its GREATER ;
significance ago, I purchased 20 acres of land and we are putting on.this service or ORt-IN. FURS

expect' to be living there In the near rather continuing our winter'' trains. FE Tl IZERS, :

future. Train No. 86 takes the place of the .. .. 'WOO. ;;

Easter SundayIt People who live in A cold climate do Florida Special, which is discontinuedon SHINGLES, AND,

not know' what living is. Anyone in the 8th. ORANGE BOXES
doubt. to Florida's good qualities, I Asked as to the outlook of'immigration -
ALL
the chosen Jay for the exhibition of Spring would be pleased to tell what I observed in Florida"and the possibilities of ORANGE WRAPS ,:

Styles. It' the beginning of a New Season while looking over different parts of the Westerners coming here Mr.Craig said: VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY''' ,
state;. it certainly suits me to perfection "When the lands of Oklahoma and Wy-
A in Nature'a'Habiliments and in the
change
too i CRATE NAILS PRODUCE
and 1 cannot praise it highly oming were thrown open for settlementby .

1 Raiment. worn by Mortals -:- -:- -:- Hoping to receive your paper every the government there was,about 10 (

week I beg to remain per cent of the settlers who stuck but
Make EASTER from large We sell field and seeds of all kinds.:
your Selections our Yours very truly those who have come to Florida have a garden 9

stock of Spring Styles -:- -:- -i- M. O'CONNOR. still greater percentage of staying qualities We give special attention .to fitting out., hunting. ,and camping

; parties.

GeigerRussell.The i "Speaking from the experience of the Free delivery' city limits. Phone No. 12v

following ,interesting account of: Atlantic Coast Line I can say those
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for Circular
the recent Geiger-Russell wedding II who have settled about Taft Kissimmee

L. M. Whidden & Co.She taken from the Orange County Citizen: St. Cloud;Pinellas Park and other and prices on fertilizers.. .

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hopkins' points which I cannot now recall have
'
home In Yankee corner oh March 20th been great stickers. {

was the scene of a quiet but beautiful "Florida has a great future before it,. .

home wedding, when Miss Sarah Fran- and I believe It is the one State In the ,

ces Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. whole United States that is now attracting League
of Commission
has not the whole Russell of Greenfield N. H., was unitedin attention. It has great possibilities MAKE NO MISTAKE Merchants of the

the holy bonds matrimony to Mr. and I believe that everything shouldbe United States ,

earth to sell, but just choice Hardie De Witt Geiger of Kissimmee.The done to bring her forward," Southern Shipper
4 parlors and dining room'of the This statement Is made by a man who SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Number

bits of it located in home were beautiflly decorated in south knows whereof he speaks. It isj

ern smilax and spring flower Promptly striking tribute to this section. Peoplewill ''
S. H. & E. H. FROST'
FLORIDACHOICE at the hour of five the wedding party not stay in an undesirable country,

entered the parlor. They were preceded and the fact that they "stick" better \ .;

by little Miss Martha Brokow. nieceof here than elsewhere in the state goesto COMMISSION ,MERCHANTSNational '

the groom, who scattered rose petals prove contention that Kissimmet
ESTABLISHED 1866
HOMES before the bride. Mrs. W. H. Brokaw, is located in the most desirable part of:

as matron of honor, and J. Roy Geiger, Florida.
SELECT FARMS ----------
best man, preceded the bride and groom
VACANT LOTS and took their places under the arch of ROLL OP HONORThe FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ,

AND ACREAGE flowers. Rev. Bunyan Stephens, pastorof
following pupils of the Klillm--
the First Baptist church of Plant 4
mee Public School have not been absent
A FEW CHOICE BITS City, performed the ceremony, using '
Three new modern cottages-ask the ring service. The bride wore a or tardy during the month ending March 319 Washington St., Cor. Jay St., New York
18, 1912, having made an average of 90
dainty girlish costume of white silk, s
MRS. SUMMERSabout cent or more in their studies, with .
and carrying a boquet of orange blossoms per Ao'ereaoo.-Aotaa Matt Ba k, Mercantile Ageacies fy 'i
not lens than 85per, cent in subject s
any
them.:
: looked as all brides should, the
and not !less than 95 In deportment :
LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. queen of the hour. The groom was Prevatt DO LOCATION' AND' \EXPERIENCE, COURT' -1 19.trt
FIRST GRADE-A.Div.-Dora .
Clyde Ave, and Penfield South Kis handsome in the..conventional black.
simmee. (Clyde, 2nd ave. west of After the ceremony, the guests and Cora Rutherford, Pansy Outlaw Ja- ;
Prescott Eva Sessions, Ruth
nette ,
.. Court House, leading south. bridal party repaired to the dining
Brown Vera Gilbert, Elizabeth Parker, -
room, where an elegant luncheon was
Naomi Starling. Gaile LaLonde. Ruth
: nerved. At 8 o'clock, the bride in a -
.. Davis, Bessie Miller, Alipio Santiago, i
traveling costume of blue, and the .

The Graystone TailorSUITS groom for Homerville, left on, the Ga north, where bound they train will\ James Getz, Leonard Deitz, Kenneth Rush, Hollie Bronson Link Frank Clyde S. S. BUZZA &. SON

Heriington, Moses Hyman.
visit the groom's sister, Mrs. Robert ...... .
B DlV.-Combs Young, Uly Chapman '
... TO ORDER $15 AND UP Lovell before going to their home in Stanley Farris, Lesley Williams Avery Cement and. Concrete.
Kissimmee. The bride Miss Russel'
.
as
'. PANTS $5 AND UP has spent five winters in Apopka. and, Brass James Caskey, Johnnie Bronson I : ., Work; of an.Kinds' ..r';
Anita Powers; Olive Rutherford Zelma ": ,1 .... , .
"All
besides has \
CLEANING PRESSING Work Done winning a life-long partner .I"r'
Bronson Isabel Tiner '
Kizzie Simmons ,
:
made many friends who admire her :"i' i.li& a SIDEWALKS ., A SPECIAL TV. <,
REPAIRING PremisesOVER
on Bell Hansel Louise EfeiflTer, ,'
Carrie ,
girlish and amiable character, Mr. Geiger 'oJ\\ 1 .1. I1"\:' "- '. '
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OHAYSTOKB OAHAOBSPIREIICS MinnieMiller.: Catherine McKay Christine Residence Phone 68 Mabbette Street
-' was reared in Apopka a son of *
Mrs. L. D. Geiger, and is. junlor'mem. Williams, Eddie Williams, Eula Office Phone 132 .near,Dillingham Are..
.. Bowen, Virginia Dann Martelle Locke
.
:
the
--- ber of firm of Moon &
-- ---- -'''"7'" Geiger at .
Esther Heaving, Louise Regero. .
.
at law He is .
torneys KisBimmee. an
SECOND GRADE.Norma Dukes, Nor-
A Spring Normal SchoolFOR ,
N honorable, upright young roan, with
ma Reaves Thelma Sutton, Margie
promise of a bright future in his pro. N. 'Saunders
Wheeler, Ella Gardiner, Dorothy Miller Gedrge ,
FLORIDA TEACHERSat fession. The popularity of the couplewas
The Corset with a guarantee. attested by the number of handsome Myrtle Barber Gladys Griffin Leah BOAT' BUILDER
Never rusts, never breaks and is presents they received. Wilcox Edna Bass Temple Bass Zel :
washable. A made-to-orderconet. ma'Hudson, Catherine Armstrong, Joseph
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
Call at the Chapter House every] Sears Frank Reed Charles Dann Agent for"F.rro"'ud"E 6W' Eagi.esM ,

Friday. MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK, I March 27 to May 28, 1912 AGE NO BAR Edward Getz Tony Rotundo Millard\ rrani ...... rm. htl.pbatr.-i" ;

13-41 ,CORSETIERB. Rutherford Horace Dann Edward Mat ;rut (NOINC THAT MrWHCO WAOK*' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
tocks, Charles Gordon.
1
The books used are those ordered by Everybody. In KiMimmee ,Is Eligible.Old THIRD GRADE.*Maud Tlner, Thelma .
-,- ,--- State Gilbert Thelma'WoodalJ.t Lillian Harris
------ - Superintendent Holloway.For -
the nine.weeks free tuition will people stooped with suffering Elizabeth Linn, Edith'' Miller. yeIena .-
be given also free room rent and a reduced Middle age courageously fighting .
Fruit and Track Land. Tonts, Mildred Bass, ,LoIs Over- The :RULE BASS MARKETgeardVn
,
: rat for board for all who room Youth protesting Impatiently; ,
We have five and ten acre tracts in in the Dormitory. Tuition will\ be Children\ unable to explain; street, Irene.Pitman Leona LaMartin; .
for those not in the ; Nellie Bowen Elmo Griffin Roy Young
Park the most desirable suburban charged rooming ,
Liberty Ain misery from their kidneys. One Block from
.special will Building Depot,
Dormitory. rate
property on the market whichwe apply Harry Arnold, Earnest Hyde. Carl Eel-
little backache first.
Only
a
to all who are preparing to teach in
are offering for your consideration schools. Read- Comes when catch cold del, George Delta Bryan Simpson, '
Florida
Orthography you a Fresh' Florida ot all> kinds.
'' Frankie Woodall Clmton Bass. ,, i ,
at prices that are 'attractive. We will ing, Geography,' Arithmetic, Composition Or when you strain the back. MEATS
be pleased to show these tracts to prospective English Grammar, Physiology, Many complications follow, FOURTH GRADE-A Div.-Jessie Bow; and Western' *. JI' '.'JI'
at time. Do not History, Agriculture: Physical Geography en, Nellie Cain Lucille Downing,'Car-

: I fail to see purchaser this property any before 'purchM- Theory, Civil and Practice Government will all Algebra be taught and Urinary. disorders causing. Bright'sdisease. ne Goodwin Grace, Eleanor: Graves,. Pq LTRVi; .:EGGS. RE'SH FISHSpecial.ltfention

sing as it bas the advantages off I from the books ordered by State Super- Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick kid Nettle Heaving Margaret Lee Jo Mak
ctosein and on th..ry, best pave I Intendent Holloway.. -, Inson, Elizabeth Gaines,Dorothy Wells, to Phone Orders and( free '
road In the county convenient to the Students enter at any time. For -' .
may Elmer .
1 Hinckley.B ,
city school and.churches. Five acre nine weeks $39.00 covers the entire University i Are endorsed bv thousands. DlV., ...;.Ellen: Gordon Miriam" 'Delivery: to any part, of the:City Thone 189 )
tracts $250 and. $300.' H. M. Breaker. charge Tboee who have first Mrs Sarah E. Rexford. Kissimmee! !, 1&uu- .
Co. grade certificates will be permitted to 1'1a.. says: "Our little daughter suffered get, Harriet Rogers. , 0Doi '
elect advanced studies In the College of FIFTH GRADE.-Frank Bryan,,'John "
__ from a kidney weakness for four
./-;- Liberal Arts. All the splendid resources Edgar Bryan Saddle Bryan,.Blanche
,... .. of Stetson will be placed at the her"vice years. She seemed to have no control
of the young men and young women over the kidney accretions ,and this Davis Theresa Delta Ruby Dukes,

I who wish opportunity.to take advantage of this, unrivaled night.weakness We was consulted especially doctors bothersome at ,,Grace Santiago Gilbert, Mary Norma Singletary Griffin. Stratton Joseph ./.; 'lEITJEB'S..l., IISUIJDE( : ::. .BI'EJDI, cw


courses Send toPRESIDENT for booklet ;describing. the her case and tried many remedies regarding, but Story. Nettie Hjgdon Allie May Cum- The Oldest and Largest Insuran. Agency In Oaceola County
mins Mabel Bowen, Gordon B... FIRE LIFE!!: ACCIDENT -
LINCOLN HUIXKT nothing brought satisfactory results. HEALTH + ,
SIXTH GRADE.: -Chris teen Ivey Enna ; '
11.6t DeLand. Florida PHONE US --- 3tf
Recently we learned of. Doan'a Kidney '
Moneymaking. strains, Pills and procured a box from the Kis Holt, Catherine Jackson, Nonie Drig- "
Elsie Deitz, Margaret Stanford
,
for market simmee Drug Co. I them the gers
,, growers Good NewsWe gave to Willie Gets Beulah McKenzie.
JtM, "1.i,lest Ld1" T--. child as directed and they gave her the
have secured a few I 5 and 10 acre SEVENTH GRADE.-Edna Calkins, Ly-
Awiseee wherever gfowa Eep.cia11 of the finest fruit and truck relief for which we had songhtcso long
.... tracts nette Hogan, Eddie Campbell)) Charlie CITIZENS BANK :.OF., KISSIMMEE
adapted to S-la.' P1t. IOq'OL 40qg lands within half 'mile of the city Our daughter has now no trouble from ,
'" Ib. .l.ooa; Ib.$).75.. limits, which we can offer at the very 'her kidneys whatever. We Jessup, Paul Rogers, Robert Jackson '. .>.. "
T--. are very
M.&.s' 31..1sr1 S-W CJ.M
low price of $50.00 per acre. Kis George.Carter. I Organized April 2471910 0
grateful for the benefit Doan's ,
6aeoI ia die Kidney
Th. simmee is expanding so rapidy these EIGHTH GRADE.JHelen. Bass, Susie .
0.M..
EprW SInIu of lLR. Pills have '
brought. -
almost
in town and
lands will soon be DEPOSITS
?t sa.loa. W.-1oa. etc. will be worth times the prices For sale by all dealers. Price Bell. Abbie Harris, Laura Thomas. Celeste I ,+
many 60 ... .
of -J I'll9E ) April 2 19 1 0,.2 I oo.oo
Seal wanta Mattie Belle
,0IIII1iot sad Moseley.; Harris
m. '
ls asked today. Do not go miles into the cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, D.C.3Ut, 1910..I>0.244.4J: .
.... Lessie Marie
.y ipedsiA p t14 for small tracts at price Have, Boyd Hugh Bush t
ww country any
New York sole for Dew 3Ut.,,1911,'17 .260.ae
811' Isle. S while can get such as these at this agents the United Fred Snyder. Ralph Bearden. '
you '
'I i lode,K. .,...-- Ia .scat.kg price."'Soon therex ill. beno, such States.Remember', the, nani.-Ioan's=and HIGH SCHOOL; ,- I -',:To entrust your banking business.'to-tie means-'that you will'rectivevery

opportunities this, as all near-by NINTH GRADE.-Bertha'Bryan, Edna, consideration consistent with good sound conservative banking.OOHEOAN. a
.
WalterP.Stoba.'Seed-, take other.
lands will be gathered up. The quantity no Schweikart, Orpha Rose .
. D.p*. 67 PhiIad.lphia is limited and will soon be taken. ; TENTH GRADE.-Edward New ton.Nel i- E., President W.'A. .SMITH, Cashier
>. y Other,lands, a little nearer in but no, After parties'i leaving deeds lie Calkins. Helen McKenzie. i
.
,: .", better! ,have recently sold at one at this office to be recorded must pay ELEVENTH GRADE. Cecelia Over-. .. Directors A. E. Donegsn/Prea.! H."M. Pian. fat V. 'P.. ..."'.
: .. Don't forget that the price of a want hundred dollars per acre and some have for same before they are recorded.R. street Lacy Johnson Jean Thom. , Wi Dana, 2nd V., P., A.'W. Winn. L.'.H'.Cohoon, F..W. Hall
k. u ',;' ad In'the.Valley) Gazette Is the cheap. a prohibitive price. G. Johnston TWELFTH GRADE._Inez Carson Elon _- _!. ...' fJJ-.. ., ,C...D..Carro5L. : '' ,'" '
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MILTON'SMESSAGE Proceedings 'of POULTRY-RAISING' T 71 {


the School Board An, Industry f Which Has Made Great What ArnO.'d---'

in Florida. ,
"' TO THE Progress ,
Klssimmee, Fla., March 5, 1912. '
An industry which lies made
more
,.1 The Hoard of Public' Instruction,met 4< A Clark Everglades'Inves '
!progress in Florida In recent years than
in session there. being present
PEOPLE regular ,
all l others is that of poultry raising.
1. . W C. Bass chairman E. 12. Brown %
y ; : Quite a number"of poultry1 farms on gation Witness ;

1 it and W. \V. Chandler; also.W. ;J. Sears, quite an extensive scale have been established -, . ,

I f . superintendent. and all are doing: a profitable About Mr. Clark : >\1
Minutes of the last regular 8e sion'were Says
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'
4r '' More Facts and' Figures About business There Is yet room for many 'I
read and approved
morel for the poultry' farms have not: ,,
' t'l' S .GOOD ROADS, CONVICTS AND B. C. Miller, county -treasurer, reported yet been able to supply the local demandfor ?i

( as follows : chickens and eggs. Hundreds of Joseph.. Arnold Editof In
TAXATION To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction ,
, in and for Ot>r<.ola county : cases of Tennessee eggs and coops of Chief of the Division :of Publica
chickens are shipped into Jacksonvilleevery
,r'j, ft/,4? 1 herewith tenderlny report as treasurer day, and we suppose a like condition b tions of the Department of Agriculture '
i t of Onci'olu county fur the month "'s
+ at witness in "4k
l I exists in-ell the other Florida cit Congressman
"Good are the of Florida and the of Kebuary) A. 1J/1912.] i
" roads essential to upbuilding ies. Florida poultry raisers should supply 1 Clark's Everglades investigation '

F t proper development of our resources. I But tho method. of their construction UKNKHAl.. HCIIOUI. PUIVOlo all of the home demand and bo able -'M-',; whose statements were t

t r is a matter of grave concern to the people Of ;this State..'* IpnlHiirc/ rnvm last, report . Isle\ 7U Co ship surplus stock to neighboringstates. 'tsA made upon oath and as a part of .,
I' Txamtrcr'l Tioin" Conipt" I null Bchoolfx :Some: of the largest poultry i ''
i Y 4'. MILTON.. .Hrp'Mubc-r, rcMlempuon" | : . 4-ttt h5Tn farms are devoting their entire G that! Investigation, says that' Mr. ,
ntut rt',cM trout Tux 'oIIlI'< I, ,
'' "1 favor good roads al'l over the State made by conv cts.WATSON. .". 1'.. nun! r.i'M, (roni" Tux ,'..I. .polls. IoU: -Il ;IHO nIty > (to raising fancy stock and .nergy'l ri.. Clark declaredlthat If the Ever- "".. '

vt + aJUI'.N, for hatching. I tie true they get glades report was very favorable
I
.!, ; pub,,) Warrente'; Ht porllHt; 10'9By K'> prices and make more money {perhaps "it would hurt SOME OF HIS .t
. "I 1 favor discontinuing the lease system and using convicts inroad than they could by supplying the food i rA' ..* '
' t (lii'uiK'l' lOil144\: CONSTITUENTS who owned )> ,:
;; ," building:"--TR A M M ELL. demand, but that must be supplied and I "r1 '
HI III'4'I|1. IW II''>IHT. NO. I. ; Florida land outside of the Everglades .
'" would be far better for the I ,:
producers il
To ImlniX'flfrom' lust' n ,port, . 4:0\1 l IHI l .
1. "Florida needs roads and I believe best be secured a "
,1. more they can \ : home that was just as good 1 as .
'I'onml r oM l (,am'i'ss Col tax . 4't lib nt to supply it thai to force the I ,

t by working our convicts thereon."...GIBBONS. I":.'c.. 71 dealers to order from other Hlates. We the Everglades.= ''<

<;00 lly imttl\ warnuiU' mi pier liBt. 17ii .". would be pluasu,1. to see several hun I vo I":
e
_
I "Back of all refprm lies the means of getting-it. How shall t't ; Let us have a Congressman .
I It- l>iilntu: the convict lease system be abolished and roads be built without '
r our good BCIIOO1. NIMI-IUHr. NO. 'A Florida, for we know it is a profitable who will represent ALL OF HIS .'

; i placing an additional burden on the taxpayer? This is a time to To I Eel trout lii_i it purl I. 11 77 iJ1luitry.-Tirnes-Union.: \

+ r 'Tc unit rrrM. friMil. 'I'ns Put. tux ."., 7't I ; CONSTITUENTSfairlywhethr;
consider, and not for the hasty adoption of.policies. .
.I' 41 rotl Hilliard's Island. 331-, I er they own lands in or out of .
Let us consider the plan of my opponents. Suppose we work By |inlil, unrrniilH HK per lint }
Ihg the Everglades, or whether they
BY MYRTLE
1,000 convicts on the public roads. The cost of the labor alone will fly ImlHtirc I H 'ni' i HILUAKDUGHTSKY.My r >'t 1

41! : be follows HC*.<0<*.. hUH-IHHT. ,.o. It.Toluil father brought; his very young: bride own lands at all or not. ;.
as :
f\\ ,' \ from, 1..". ri-iuni, . IIM'II" I To this lonely but beautiful Isle ; 1
Loss of derived lease To mill rtxiM", fmm'rnx" .'01 .t4x 1H/ h7Ull
revenue now tram $2XI.filJQ( OO Tho't they would start a grove The TRUTH about Florida it GOOD ENOUGH.The .
i Cost of maintenance (housing, guarding etc) :!&(OOOU (00() ul And only stay a short while ;;

Total cost of laqor alone . . 31.600-- (00-() Iii) imi
x ( f ','"' Time lost from bad l weather per annum . (60; days I fly 1sllauee . .. .. !17't-;NIIN111001. ;;; They are on the "island" still R. HUDSON BURR, "

w,{t' Sundays. . . 6'J: . I ,. H'H-II''T.' !
k "e/,;;: Sickness, allowing 5 per cent . _1H IMI| f rom litnt report o 10 All his life on the same 'old hill. Candidate for Congress, Second District. ?

i1. "4''r To unit re-'d l from. Tux, Col tax 2 :t.' 15-lt .
Total Time lost per annum 130 days --- -:: They have stayed thro', good fortune

. . i 11 I I. and ,... ,;'
Actual working. days 235 By paid wuranta art per lint reverse. ---- '-

At a yearly cost ot. . $5n.600! :)] 00 Both have done their part ;
1 In .'
Hy IB iicu H 4
7- Four children came into their home
Which let us compare with the cost of free labor: B. C. MILLER,
) 1,000 men hired at $1 5n) a day for 235 days $3r>2r,!>oo oo( County. Treasurer. And we hope into their heart ; Senator Louis C.

1,000: convicts worked 235 days out of the year $531,000: 00 "So our family you can "plainly see, Massey.
Warrants in the of '
sum $1HG0.2H were
Was! just a set of !six! : ,
Or $179,1OO.OO a year more than the roads would cost if built by free examined and cancelled in open session.! There '
;
was Carl Irene Jim and me. ;
labor. I ..
) Bills were approved and warrants issued i And we in trouble didn't often mix. '.'
'
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But we not yet included the cost of material ] as follows! : Of all ,
have building engineers the mothers in the land, kJ't
'
i W J "","r''. "HIHrY Nnpt II 1'/0' no Our mother : t ,
bridges mules and machinery, which will average severalk' i is the best, 'l
..
i
11' ,
C II" M I II 1'1 I 4 leHHIlrown '
thousand dollars for every mile of road. MaI'1 I :. .Illw' , For in the many years gone by .ij

1v'' CIIHulI'r. M II I' I Lu t1UIf Our little troubles broke her rest. i/f ..

Where do Messrs. Trammell!, Watson and Gibbons propose to \11II'r.. rum' Irvnta. ::11,41, She had many wonderful' talents, T ,

raise this MILLION J H Nnlttb. jHIIUor 8<'1..1. No. I Ao'x'Yntf. '' I! In music, literature and art '
to than ;
money, amounting more a DOLLARS a ;
,, .. ,
Ii )I EV ""lI'"h'rH"h'IOo:; I. Ir lx'tllxa I
4'a year, except by greatly increasing taxes? Altttla'Ilue." .. ::0.... I ,x", laMN : Of this many may not know-

A A II"J'N''I '. :Su; I '"5.5Mse She sacrificed for the home of her ,

'y They'pol'nt to Georgia as an illustration of building roads with 'I.rllll' K''I' ( " No I '.T 45I heart. f ., I.:
I .I... \\ ....I Irtd. u :Nn; I :r,.5sAlbNx , :
convicts. But Georgia has THREE times the population and property .. ,nttlt .. N" I I. G5 1)1'' Of all the changes they have made ''i:

k it valuation of Florida, while Florida is as large in area It costs as much .... nuen lrullh j .", .,. NO' I I. iih"t I haven't time nor space to tell, '

if to build road for the Luna 1'01.,1 No I 6.. 'll But a splendid outfit of waterworks 1
a a use of 300 people as it does for 3,000. But .. IIarrlo,1t \\1100" " No I '.11X', ' I .1ra 1

it costs the SOO taxpayers TEN times as much. EI'.x. MI'.o' h No I ?. ,IxtIOub.c I Has replaced "the bucket the well; I
I .. j
Thumarun Su:; I ,1"' ) Instead of one horse there are three ; II
.. .. .. I ,
M1: IIr.II Also much
No I 'SI Uo a larger barn
CONSIDER 1 MY PLAN. ... .. ... ;
t.m" 1.5WIOn No I. rr ("N
.. .. Lost more hammock has been cleared,, IMP '
Emma Yow..II" No L IA;) 00 .
I''t'h t t.nske ,,; ,','.', ," NO 1. t i Osai A larger grove and more to farm/ :
4;.I1 I have formulated aplan: for employing convicts that, will;'pfoi e"'o'" 11",11 ; ,r.Y fo,' .." ;;No'.." ,4't 440w.1 This picturesque place.. ceased,to bean t P+ ,r""' a

.v.de a Hood roads fund of several hundred thousand dollars a year with' '.'n,4 bestir' Ilodtw :tW"it':: ; (' It'k 1'10' lpth1i,401; ;; 110II'.lIhnlla ;t. ", Island .. ,> *' ' :

out raising a dollar by taxes: '> lf isl'to' place,the? convicts:?,on \tj prison'' : :'! LUeaa. ealxry' t..ober No 10.() 4uMriJAau 00 hTwenty'years j.J more. a'dI t tI

"' ,, .-r; farms; one farm devoted to raising supplies for those engaged on a.n.! L'. 1Jh'kI0.0Il"'. ., ,gip"o: 1 f NO 1I.: :r.116 00 or ago, ",
.,: ee112It'DN"2 15IX I When the canal was opened up
other farm which I propose shall be located on State lands in the Ev- fora r. "...hif' '' .. No 16 (1,1 nO) And the water allowed
to flow.
.a t.Ierglade, devoted to the raising of sugar cane and the making of sugar. I'rof C ,'.r",',x .. ., So ,lo.. III/ .."
... .. .. Now thero are houses!! barns and farms '
'II't NA Aroo" ",h. No :n 401($ I

.My plan is practical. It is no experiment. if it is a dream as N.tx.. e1'GIa II""llItlo. .... :Nu; hi 401))" li: Where the water used to stand

..i, , Mr. Watson says, or an experiment, as Mr. Trammell! says why do the .. Lilli" Intl" "N.. 16 III NI I And if you'll investigate'thoroughly, lp
,1 J
.
lirA L 1ia0te Nu 111. .0h.d..1 ; '
I. Iii NPrul i You'll find fertile land. ;
some ; rtl
Huyler Candy people go into the. sugar industry in the everglades in- t' I croon h" I 10 I Ixlti I I I <, J

; tead of,In Louisiana .n A A"o""llIh, .. '. I. 10') O'I! Several families have bought land
..
\ M'is" I'.la: l'o"llltle u. f 10 UO And have to
I IIj' come stay
.. .. ., ;
:: As to whether there Llllle n..h "
> are lands 11'the. Everglades that will grow I In'trodIlervey '110 Some from hard worn have retired
1I'eugat;: cane successfully it is sufficient! No le.) : 81' ()j
:' to quote Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, Fred llarvnr. No III , '1Il.dht II 111 00Mh. Some have moved away. 1''t' l

k ; ,ex-Chief of the U. S. Bureau of Chen, istry. In his report on the muck ... ,A'M'h"l.olI..al..rr. : No 19 !e Jr:, .a. The live oaks so beautifully draped
,'hands ,of the Everglades he says: N 1U14-DNo4 6 uo
.-. MINI \I",.,. Flo'e..".. No 211 . . .. .. 40 00 with moss,
r . ::7. \ "" "It I. not necessary to dwell upon the fact that with cane L 1irankIi No 20. .. . 40 00 'Neath which the Seminoles used to
rroSmTiM'JM -
'
x': \.' a.I0J2en the island 1 of Cuba could not compete L A Youug No 20 . .. . aft 00 roam,
,t ,I,'1'\' in production PoarLJof.u'.u. No 20 . 80
of sugar. There is probably no other uo Many have been cut down and burned .
;p .body of land an the world which present such remarkable Mar, l'a.'d' No &'I. :. ". . 40 00 To make
possibil the
trees
home.
orange a Candidate' for
Itl.s.. the muck lands bordering the, southern shores of Lake OKee- / LJo..u. .. N..40. . . au IILLJtmlan : Reno1J1ination'u

4Ihobee.\ With m depth of sol) averaging, perhaps, 8 feet, and an .. N0408DNol: 600"rol In our family twenty-seven years
'extent of nearly bait a million acre, with surface almost absoluU- H I' Belkn.p No 16. . ., . .. 40 IXProCPSnikn.p I passed by ar

itiiTkrt affords pro ?ile' of development' which reaches beyond I I .". No.6... . 40MnLulsAtwood ''q With death or marriage not _u_____ __u___ _u____ __ __ ___ __ __ _
.rs; of prophecy. (See Senate Document No. 89. page 79.) No :I. . .. . 4S 00 a one,,
.
;.. ' Prof I A o.u No 18 . .. 65 00 But one August evening I brokelthe
k .. But .' Mlae Nslle Hodges No 18.. .... "
Trammel Bays we would have to. levy taxes to buy the 4000 "set, For CountyJudge

1, ,i;';,- equipment for; this farm.' We'can do what Louisiana did buy, on credit ProfJdOaweJ lIe.tl" Hodges, No"1:1: &DNoB.. 15Mlae 6 OIl IJO11111I1 When 1 married another good moth- .

' and pay for It out of the profits. .. : er's son. Eggs a.'. '"
,,j) : : 0\ 0NlcholllOo. No 19 . .. 37,04 ,,-' ,
..
We stayed at home
f \ NoIOIi.DN04 600II my just one year,
4 4 ':r..Sr ), j In my published? platform I have figured the net profits' at $81 ra J' II tltetroe t' No 28.. 50 00 Then moved down on East Tohopeka-

'tir J an acre, which MrTrammell\ is too MnJMatertee 'No :2Aa.DNoNI1 no
Lake
says hIgh, and Capt. Rose and other ipso ,
. $1.00 setting. $5.00per hun
Mlae lel.awlOo'1 per
/t
; el No 211. 4000Mia.
Aki.;: expert sugar Then say is toplow.; I have a letter from a prominent Ueaaln Lt.WIlOU" No 2118.D No 4 5Mtge 00 Henry named our home "Promised dred.R. "

a' r "'t farmer' in Jackson Qbynty In which he states over his signature that he K 8bad".u No/U . .. 3' (jo'' Land," C. Brown Leghorhs, R. C. i

' 1 made: net profit of,'Wer $100 per acre on 40 acres of sugar cane w J 4eerk; dlayagn. book. . . .. 'Z 00Cha. So we'll try our fortune here to make. Rhode Island Iteds, 'Buckeyel. "

i' ; ?vi ; raised on pin '' lands,4which he manufactured into But ashram. lugw ... . . . . .. . I' 76Ii From select pens of Blue Ribbon "
: syrup. allowina.i II: Flek, wUQd ""boollll, .bodll. I We'are happy In our new home, stock. High per cent of fertility.
.
...i, i.. $81 profit to the acre:and 10 acres to ,the man. one convictwould .. A :2 rJ()
I <<_ X B.iraKtir, II..r. 16 1 With sweet little Mildred to cheer
make us FLINT BROS.TeL .
$810a
tF a'pr9fit'of year Under the Present lease the State oJ.. I
: > re L Daultbt, dray .. i w) I to .he'll be
hope us a pleasure
{ ,''' ceives but $281.6O per convict. Ede Kljr.: labor" .. ..4(100( 256 Klssimmee, Flo.

l' Ii r J L Uutlun' Janl"( j Iii J wW As we care for her ;year after year.
\ alter. ld.., . We all love the dear old homestead .1
Al11 I uk the people to do 1 Is' to Investigate "ood' 2 2A 1.? Ip 1 ,
l ' bullding'good) my proposed plan for G T Cbelldl..,. labor icbool, iub.dll 4 2 00 And the ones who did tor us care, tl
.\Y*; : roads 'which at the same time prevents an increase of J -h-.ndl.M-, .. 28 .. 4. 10 o* May their years on this earth be many, '- Oi 'it.
ti' :\" :",'J J ''taxation in abolishing the I lease system and W w Chur, And may they in Heaven have a share. ';_ \.
they will find it entirely( haulingpnplla No 18-4 1J I IH) +'I'' Fi! +*I'' '+ H M *1"ti 1 A\
,' 'pT, CUC&L M II Canon, wood aobool . .. 17 fio I 'M
"
.{ : L H IiiKiam labor '.> . . 4100Oweo Prospect ; ""(
.. a Hardware Oo aupplleii. No. 1-2R i' STONE '" '.. ....
16 1 id 1
We have two of the most desirable : .
In '
CRAY
: \ his in '
speecn
Jacksonville 21sC W
'" on March ; Mr. Trammel opposes (Ii Howard, wood bool20 4(8Daughljr and best located lots in Prospect Park i

t' the establishment; a convict sugar farm; and thus he clearly) .A Walker lupp 28 . . 10 00 size 50x135 feet each which we are offering .... ...,.,: fi
'f t: ''..-, ';, deflne the only issue that has been raised in the present gubernatorial I R L P. slue, labor 28. 4 HO for a short time for $110 each. era *u ni TIM II .y
.. "oampaiffn., For lot Uuller. nurv7lng 7.vt, e oo Call on us if want + r.
': ,' on no other question has there been you a great bargain.
;
'' any controversy 1 B Jobna;Inbor 18. .-<18 t OJ *' :::
w 47- H. M. BREAKER &; Co. 2.60 to 8.60 per'day.Special 3n
'I
\;.', Yr)!" am' informed: that Mr.: Watson i Is ridiculing the proposition and calling I H C Mtaoford, order J Baladen. 14, IdS SO 01Clllaeoa ; 1.

.. t ,{; .,,it : a dream," and still insists that we work our convicts on the roads, Ban.. loan 90 d.,. ., . elm 0 by week or month. : .
11.. i' :even though it does increase lot warr No 71O-8O(! days 40 00 salary of the jaintor of said schoo was :I: ,C
." ( ",, taxes and even though free labor I is a If. nURMU. Prep a a roam, lar. ;

''#a ,.. ,', .cheaper.. Chairman W. C. Bass and W. J, raised from $12.00 to $16.00 per month. ::1: .. " ,1-1" + .. .. ..... .. +::1: .4

i : '. I Sears reported that they had looked into Supt. Sears was directed to draw .. . ,.
: : : warrant in the of .
r: sum $2,000.00 in -- -- - - -- -- - "
, As to the adoption or rejection of.my solution of this problem is the natter of moving school house favor of the Citizens bank for I "
borrowed -
the bnly copcrete question which will be decided in your choice of a No. 7 ant;: that they found it' would be money. Said warrant to be made BoardingHouse. .for bale.. T. M.MURPIiY'I
's I I'ask: of the tax in to the best interest of the school and
; ti governor payer, all candor, if he afford :
can to re- payable in ninety days. Boarding house of nine rooms, inciud- I i i'
(' : /Y. "n plan that the patrons desired to have
'To' ,feet my and-adopt that of my opponents. And to those who have same There further log bath-room. Hot and cold water 1 ; .
being no business, the Candidate for the office of .
: ,1' ?M' agffered from the false Impression spread moved. The report of the committee I ; I
:, ", ; i by our enemies that these Board adjourned till next regular meet- bath, toilet and, sink; electric lights.; .
."< Florida.land8 are worthless and that the State wea accepted and Chairman Bass was COUNTY'' JUDGE
has been '
House furnished
a party: to a ing. complete .and filled .
;; .,: ''';great swindle,! } I ask,if your rejection of this plan will not be equivalent Instructed to have the building tifoved W. C. BASS, with boarder at this time.: Large, lot j of O 5ola County r
\ ) pleadlni to the location and also c :
: h Ito IlUllty-t the charges which Involve not pew to have a
only ,
"" .. the< fertility 130x160. Can' be purchasedon '
Chairman.
very '
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a::t. : :/ ".f f f.one lands but the, good name i .Florida., wen driven on the pew site. Attest } .- reasonable terms.*)-For+ particular*'call Subject to, Dettsoraatic'P'tuniglg j ,:

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', : : \t"H' (d/ W H. Upon retwmmeodaUoo of the trust W. J.'SEARS, : on or 'write 'ua.i"H.. ," ,' H.,?:.BRKAKKK [, ,,. ... of'April 30th.. ' '
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.;} ;. ," , of -, -} MILT0N.. tee !10'and for Sub-Distric0. No. 1 the '1U. '' 'Superintendent., J'Jj .I Co.' ,17-. tffd ." .14tt. Joo1 .-
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61912, ,THE K1SSMMEE: iJV; ALEY'' GAZE'r1'L.1'-' "" )1\ .1 .ptypli 11

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'I f Jdr,, B .cham?|'.1*)ocat.man..! .bom "

,i ;1;Richardson.* Lauds:Kissimmee man. 'who In Osceola ha for county yearn',beeu.Klsslmroee a !argtaxpayer 'V ,

>. '
'!.!* S.JMIII mmf\\ -'"-"_ (Ml, and the people of Osceola,will give him d.<

; Secretary of',Jacksonville Board of Trade :: Civet Out, a Its1 unanimous vote. Kltsltnlmee' can t'F
congratulate itself oh 'the ,ucc. slol
i! Most Interesting Interview Upon Him Return from its celebration. r

I The dinner served by the Hon. John .
I, the.Big Celebration Here. Other Celebration Talk. M. Lee inn. regular,, barbecue style on 1.I'

--.--- .-' the grounds was 0 corker.both in qual-,

As a result of'the btvic Celebration- pleted two, machines.( ; The, wide pral.rle. itjr and quantity., The baseball gamy / .... -'_' -.. _. .: ,

{ of tbe past two days, held 'at Kissimi .'Jl\ve: an excellent opportunity for between Sanford and Kissimme resulted ,' -
i .,;under the auspices of the ,Board aviation, and a field has been laid out In a victory r;the' Kissimin.** .
of,Trade of'that city, a movement has with a view to making Kissimihee the club- the score being 5 I to 4 jp I tneirfavor.

the for such sports in the future .-Taft. Messenger. p.
been formally.launched for organization center I J
of a State Commercial Club or, "Kissimrnee and St: Cloud have '

' |Board ,of Trade, to be competed of,the wiped out all feelings of Jealousy and,I Mit

[various. organization. of Florida. the two places are working hand' InI'I CAMPBELL, ITEMS,
Such Is the information Imparted by band for general prosperity' and prog
ill. II. Richardson, secretary of the
ress.
MI'II4
M,, Gardner left a week ago '
I Jacksonville Board of Trade, who re- ,
BONDS! :WILL BE ISSUED. will 1'
fo"Columbia 0., where she spend
[turned this morning from Kissimmee, "Getting back to the work to be done the summer.,
I where he addressed a large audience on by the Board of Trade of Klssim'jedI td
(the benefits of organized efforts for believe the movement for Issuance of Mrs. R. W. Jones spent afew days

[upbuilding a city. The speech of Mr. bonds will 'be successful apd'that the Jacksonville, last week. "

Richardson carried great weight with money necessary to erecflhe Board of 'Mr. and Mrs.: Josh Reaves spent last We always want new customers.We I II

[the Kissimmee business men, who at Trade building will b..easily obtained. Sunday with Mr. and, Mrs. E. E.
have no trouble holding our old because treat them
ones, ,, ''
the close of the meeting adopted a resolution Witt this organization working in away Brown. ,
commending the Jacksonville consistent with th* enthusiasm 'rJRht,'' and the, goods we sail to thom ,are of such good quality. ;, o
Many'of the Campbellites went to
I Board ot Trade for sending1 Mr. Rlch1 ( celebration, and with ,.
the
exhibited
1 Kissimmee the 26th and 27th ult., to that they are sure to catue hack for more*
ardson Kissimmee and other ,
( pointstand the natural advantages of Kissimmee, e''
requesting the Jacksonville ornani-/: see the aeroplanes (1)) fly. !
the
there is a bright future in store for "
'zatlon' to take up the matter of a State city and its resldenta.-MetropoliJl' PANSY.
Board of Trade .
The sense of the Kissimmee orjranit'zatlon /: GAlOMEL MUST
A Real
City.
II'that a convention should be
[called, with delegates from all cities, Mr. Braxton Beacham went down to HURT YOUR LIVER
land that such convention should be the Kissimmee yesterday to be present at 1 Osceola Hardware 'Cb.Qjjly

foundation of the larger organization the celebration incident to Kissimmee .
[as proposed. Further than that, Kis- assuming station as a brick-paved city, Every Time You Take This Powerful

[simmee .will Invite the convention to 'and incidentally to take part in the political Drug You Are In Dancer. TakeDodson' I,
hat place and will provide for the reception \ program. -
Liver Tone Instead.
and entertainment of delegates. Fronr his' account we judge that the

(Should the local Board of Trade endorse Osceola capital was a mecca for the --
['the plan, communication will be opened gentlemen who are making the politicalrace Calomel is made from mercury and f 1I 4 4a
Ith each Board of Trade in the state, amongst those present being while mercury has many uses, it is a I __ .' ,...,,, ,,
thing tAj swallow. If calo
coking to the final accomplishment of Frank Clark, candidate for Commissioner dangerous
mel in the long it
stays system
[the ideas as outlined. of Agriculture Dorman, and various very
salivates. Even when it works naturally
ROUSING ENTHUSIASM. county candidates. ONE ,
its after-effects are often bad. Shopping Day
Speaking of his Visit to Kissimmee, Mr. Beacham described the celebra- Kissimmee Drug Co. has a liver medicine ; V
jMr. Richardson said: tion as the initiation of KisBimmfe into called Dodson's Liver Tone which
Wo showinglho
enthusiasm The candidate arc now most complete
"I have never seen greater a progressive city. III positively guaranteed to take the
exhibited in any city I have visit- viewed an automobile parade some of place of calomel. It stimulates theliver.just and attractive display of

Fed, and the general public seems to be the cars being beautifully decorated; enough to start it working "#

{imbued with the spirit of boosting that the town was blooming with buntingand and does not make you sicker than ever r
t {,thriving section of the state. The lively with martial tunes.-Re -as calomel often does. Dodson's EASTER FASHIONS'r, r
of the Board of Trade of Kis- porter-Star.
president Liver Tone won't force you to stop eating -
islmmee II. C. Stanford, is a live wire or working after taking. It is It'
[and is ably seconded in his work by J. To Boom Town. as beneficial for children as for adults. '
[D. Kuykendall, who is also editor of NEW ARRIVALS TIllS WEEKWomen's
Kissimmee held a big improvement Try a bottle today under Kissimmee ,
the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. These Co.'s You know this ,
and Drug guarantee.
celebration\ Tuesday Wednesday.The "
dainty lingerie dresses charming models of"
gentlemen are always ready to do any- is ,
object of such a celebration was to store reliable. I
(thing to help their town, and the suc- boom the town and to persuade new- fashionable new cloth" that make such lovely. sumner ',
icess of the recent celebration was due : dresses.
Pierce
comers to locate there.-Fort ,
[largely; to their untiring efforts. Tribune. Beautiful aS8\rtment'of' materials for to
pretty slip
,
,"The celebration was planned mainly
ito celebrate the civic improvement of Enterprise. w. i m[ win wear under Robes Lingerie Dressess. etc.; fine soft Nain e

[work in Kissimmee such as paving and Spirit i- sook, soft clinging silksthe: shimmering silk that will be' I

[ completing a park boulevard system. Kissimmee Is preparing to hold markedachievements a car- particularly effective under ela orate lingerie !towns. ,
celebration of its
nival in
( Other contracts for the future snow townbuilding. Bordered lawn 40 in. wide, at 16c yard. : .
successful
[that the work has only started. An in
The carnival will be held March
attendance was secured -
[exceptionally good
I, 'at the celebration people coming 26 and 27, and no doubt will be every Real Estate

from miles around., ? way worthy1" that spirit of enterprise THE IDEA BEHIND STANFORD'S tfi
wlt.h'better staying which in every'way. characterizes .this
"I'never'law people flourishing capital Osceo.a.. county. ', .."It i ia the idea behind Stanford's that has made them the leading house in Kissimrnee. ,', .
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[ qualities' The meeting; ot Tuesday 'e."*- .' ," That idea is Dealings'Ful Values ..."-.. >". ?'*'.
t the of fin-; True Democrat, 'fi r- : ReliabilityHonest, : ., .. ". "
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display ,
evening following '
FLORIDA "
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I works on'the lake began at 8:30: o'clock'; "' ,' ., ','.--:.- I' KISSIMMEB... .. ' "" .,.J I if.,! ""Its I l\"I' .\\' ., iy'(,:i ;' .'r''','\:<",'"?'. ,,) ,' .'.,GeneroUs, Treatment.,. .. ,, a Square. Deal... ,,'1 , .". ,,, -,,,, '".'"'(.. / '.'
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and the speechmaking continued until A' Good Movement.At I ." :. .. .,..;'.""1 ,,,? "i."i,-, , "" 1'" " "",j" ,',\.- '.'''' ',"" "" ,,. ., ,r ''1(1j.,'' .. IJdfi. \ : .J/I'; f.'I' '\
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with 'celebration' 'hl'f. ?% .\ ; v.
1 o'clock in the morning. rip _perceptible the Kijsimmee a few I <,. '' "*. ':
I decrease of the audience. Refreshment days ago tHe nTOVement for a State '

were served during the Board of Trade was again started, with : '
'? progress of the meeting. bright prospects that this time some- C. GRIFFIN H. CLAY STANFORDSoon.o. :

"Naturally, my address was confined thing will be accomplished in that di '.
f tq urge a better and stronger Board of rection. The plan is to hold a conven- Staple and Fancy

call for tion at an early day with delegates _._ ,
I Trade, and as a result a new ----- -------- ----- -
f members immediately after drew Uiiri I from all the boards of trade in the GROCERIESFree.DeHvery : :

i ty-flve names to the list.I also urged. state to complete the organization.This .. .' ,
1 the Board of Trade to erect its"'own is a good movement and it shouldbe
n
[borne, and I Immediately the firm of Lud- encouraged., Times-Union. .e.; A.It.al,. h... ,' W. M. F.rr.11, V'Iee-Pre.. ...fllllp. 'C. W,'W.'_.'$es, ....ir-iaI': '
to all Partsof
f lain, &; MacDonough offered donate a :

K;'>reclaiming|! on.the lake land front by' filling where in they behind are a Kissimmee An Annual was so well Event.pleased\ with l the City OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY '((/nc. ).

retaining wall ''I know that the en- its recent celebration that it is now x and '
Mill Novelty Works
Planing I Ii'fd
huslasm.. exhibited is of the lasting proposed to make it an annual event. :: ,
Ind ;and will be the forerunner of a that
This Is wile move Anything
greater: 'era of prosperity for Kissim will attract visitor to a city is good ': fa+ [d.r ,T.. Y rl; '.U

..me"Other. speakers at the .meeting. were' for that city.-Times-Union. The k !;; .,' [ ;
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W.'B,,Powell; secretary of, the 'Tampa .J i ;
.Board"of Trade;: J. D. Rooneyj, Industrial Watch Us Grow., ATLANTASEM'iWEEKLY : > I _
agent of the- Seaboard Air' Line Kl lmmee'. improvement celebration ] '

'rai1w.y;;HarryHun.r. ,and'S..'J.'Triptl and festival was a real function; 1 ftBy r

tt,each. 'of..whom made, interesting It was a meeting of selfcongratulationand [
communion and it and far 4 .
planted
t lka., iii' Ej11
GREATpEva"LOrMENT.: : tilized tbe spirit enterprise. and push JOURNAL i! ,A : I :
'>'n re'baa'' been a wonderful development In the mind of every citizen of the r.

in and around;.Kissimmee during brisk and growing little city.. When f
the pat,two.years' ,' and especiallyatfiCCloudthetownfounded the next census is taken It's dollars to -The Biggest NewspaperIn .
: G. doughnuts that Klssimmee leads the
by
t the,South
A: R.,::>*terans. To show ;what this list in percentage of growth. in wealth lJ f' &

?1 'place.. Is' 'doing and the extent of lt.growthtltmayhe and population.. -Tampa Times. N. .
; '' mentioned that In The regular price of The',Atlanta JmaKitg tall A'- MM-soil!B. .&/. to gttjatl Llwt you vmt,'anj IK!m ecrfote .,..il.J 'municipal elections'.181' week Two Gala Day Sell1l.WeeklY"30IU'Pal; is 76, SAVE YOU FROM,I0.TO 18 ffJt.,CENT.; ,W mw* locate right *m 'prtoat. twUeh .to, that no lim.; U loft" 6s'.
to "
eenU year. If will end a* .Nppiag..ia load directly Int. cart.
;,850 !votes were 'polled''in'' $t. Cloud. and' a you
I Tuesday Wednesday were gala .
r Many pew'homes',,'have been erected days in Kissimmee and everybody Uvihg 'your order,,you can get OSCEOLA LUMBER'COMPAN,,, .Inc" .FioRMA "_'
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and, asi4rltofL) general prosperity fa the' surrounding country and The Ktsslmmee .

,noticed on every band"Fruit : many from adistance', journeyed to .

gtowera estimating next; ,sea- Kissimmee to have a good time and Gazette ; }' . /
Valley '
who will the ,subjects 'Be= '' ,
speak
Benefit Show at Pastime. on ; Meetin
son's: crop of oranges declare that; It enjoy' its'well known hospitality' "' : laymen's .;
I hind the Bars. "The Turco-JtalUn
'will baths heaviest in many years,' the interesting program: was arranged for sad tha; ,A benefit for the Klssimmee orchestra War," and "Dante's Inferno.- Eachof ; Tot next'meettogVm; i beheld at tbChristian .
trees being laden with blossoms. The both day., including excursions on the will be given at the Pastime theater, '
the lecture 'I church .Sunday :'af
gem1-We will be illustrated with > ternootuCommittees
farmers are also prosperous'and Rood lake, boat, races? automobile. parade; Atlanta ,KJ1 ; tonight. Three shows will be given special views. Bunday'
grope, have been taken from the and baseball game, eta Journal the first beginning at 7 o'clock, with ;f appointed last ,,
w
'during .theVpast; several months, while ''Thtf many candidates were on band music by the orchestra, followed by i I i should, come "at 2:30 o'clock:. to report;

j the. summer4 and fall will also give great I to'present their views on public affairs, both: 'ene ::5re&& pictures. It should be stated also that'I Nice.New Home Cheap.We services will begin at 8. A full" attend., '
returns'K'ssimmee,- and* to under the direction Messrs. Key &: ance is earnestly' desired
they
[ were, given an opportunity offer, fora, quick sale, a Broom
new '
..".";' is also experiencing *x* tell the' dear people how.much they' FOR ONLY $t75 Woodbeck the Pastime is ranking with house, with hall and two porches, A. NELSON.: ("halrm. (n'I :,\ t

:iceptional prosperity, and is going aheadby I w were:loved. The Hon. Frank --Clark, -- ...,.- the very beat moving picture theaters. ) located in the west part of the city. I ,f

leaps and bounds... The new canning'' congressman from the Second districtof ---- Films by'the very best licensed companies ! Fne! -wll 'ot'water-back;perch.200 Io4Sale ,.. "r _,

and vegetable >preserving factory to be Florida. and a candidate for r..elec- Send llr Your are being used the same. "ap-; fet deep good barn and outbuilding No., 229-A' very desirable 4-room \

.1 operated by A. F. Spawn, who was in tion,,was listened to with.great, attention ( Subscription pear In the best houses In she larger ,Also a small 3-room cottage on the rear cottage, located within one'.block of, ,

'r',this city semi years ago endeavoring to by his many friends! In this section. Right cities.Oo.. end of the lot, suitable for rental" pur Osceola cOUDty'cou .house,*in beat''reatdence -

locate a:factory here,:will be in opera. Clark has always something to. say AwayTo :Monday, Tuesday and Wedneadsy) pose. Young,.shade trees set fa'front section of ty.louae.I.. { .rwrV({ i
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'> ,tlon In a'short time, and ,promises' worth heating" The ''Hon.- Braxton thi.paper'aot to'the,Atlaata of next;week a special feature will be :.of lot. Thisils: 'a great bargain for celled throughout;'city"water;! ktt.7tr, ,';,
be a good and profitable enterprise. Beacham, of ,.Orlando, candidate for introduced In the;shape of-abort lectures r$1,600'eash.<... If'you arefloolclng; forahomejJon't 147) fe.t.i; Price $1. 50./:Let,081'!'shown !'<
"There Is also aeroplane.1factol7' congressman-at-large. :addressed the Semi-weeklJouieaL. : : Mr. '"Scott Leslie '/'of the this >>
; J' I a by one fail ta see proposition. this,cottage. IL JI. Breaker.A Co. I.A'.

,at.Klsslmmee. , which. has, already' com-, reople'... on: Wednesday. morning,'and a* I, .. . .. .beet., 'known. lecturers. .' .,In' the., "country, ,::4.tt, ,- H.lIor!Bat'nraad,, .4' jJ w ,?- *;-"'* --*- >- , ' '
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-i 'Face 12' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE :April' 11'St. .|,-_ .

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'' SUCCESSES SURE DANIEL, ''I P. FLEMING. I :: !

Cloud .* -....:. I CAMPBELL ITEMSA I Classified Advertisements

i Mr. Riggan is Enthusiastic Over Kis- Dies at the Home of His Daughter
i ,- -,---, ;
'to ,
te'KM in This crowd of young people went
Gty.
Park
simmee Possibilities.
Judge Parker was In St. Cloud onFriday Orlando last week. Advertisement are In.elted under this head at the rate of 5 C**t.'
t 1 it Kisslmmee Park Daniel F. Fleming died at the; homeof' Insertion.
last his friends. ,. D. H. Riggan of per line each
calling on many Miss Ida Roberta returned home
waa a visitor at the Valley Gazette of. hisdaughter Mrs. Lou A. Minx in .

The W. C.:T. U. district, convention flee on Monday of this week. Mr, Rig. North K .lmmee..Friday, March 29th last Thursday. She had been visitingher BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting

' .. 'wasbeldintb.M.E.churchlaitTbur.daj'ind .- Is-very-enthusiaatU-ovef-th possibilities at.' P.JJU-: ..Mr..Fleming .bad lived trf a sister!'Mrs.'.Mattle Tyson.- :FOR: .SALE of a half block..located la the best ''l'neighborhood -
[ tan
in the
-- city. Will sell
7rid. ; Thursday, i'. of the Park as a trucking sec ripe old age, having been born In New only to party who will Improve It'to.

;: 'was opened !by singing When; Christians tion.; He speaks from an extensive: York City in.1822. He Had lived an Tire Signals. FOR SALE-Four good mules and two correspond with ,

, .! : l Shall Vote as They Pray" and experience In the trucking: industry; active life in and around Athena, Ohio Ward No. 1. Central portion of city horses cheap. J. W. Miller. 14-tf erty. Full -'particulars! and prim

./ "Save the Fallen.'* Song, Where! is Mr. Riggan came.to Kisslmmee Park being engaged In the wool business for one long blast of whistle.Ward ." interested, party;: H. M. Breaker. n.

i My Wandering Boy Tonight."' by Mn. many yean, and accumulated large No..2.' North Kissimmee two FORSALE-a few stands of Bees in & Co.. \ 8i.tf,
.
I" -September. H. has planted eight I long blasts of whistle. new patened hives, good condition.N.
: 't t I t' I" Potter.. Address of Welcome from acres in Irish potatoes beans, tomatoes fortune. For several years h. baa Ward No. 8. South Kisslmmee three A, Clay Box 667. 11-tf WE have just platted a block contain'

i Churches, Rev. E. T. Potter. Address I cabbage and Bermuda onions. pent his winters with his daughter long blasts of whistle 8tiDon't ing six of the most desirable Lake
, r Schools A. H. SIX-ROOM Cottage large lot. locatedin Front Lots in this city located In the
r f k,'of Welcome from Public !All ot these, he states, are unusuallyfine Kisslnmneev 'He came here lait November block and a half of postoffice; nice best resident section. Prices '
Kinney St, Cloud. Address of Welcome accompanied by a son and granddaughter forget that the price of a want electric range
, and are maturing splendidly. He ad In the Valley Gazette is the cheapest young citrus fruit trees from $650 to $1.500. according to lo''
.. :a, from Ladles Improvement Club 'will begin shipping next week I Mrs. H;, II. Shaw who U a Investment you ever made.' lights and bath. Price 2850. H. cation. If you < desire. a home in the

,, :," \ :Mr.: Squl"" .. Response by Mrs. E. J. Mr. Riggan stated to the Valley Gazette trained nurse. Mr. Fleming?has been M. Breaker & Co. 8-tf very. best portion of our city, call and

.' 1' .' t"' S'Young'' Bartow. Song', ."White.as that he Is .satisfied from what he quite feeble most of the winter, but his TEN ACRES Choice land in Park Garden we these will lots.take H. M.pleasure Breaker In showing

*\, t .Snow," Messrs. Daugherty Gessford knows of truck farming and from what family entertained hope that be wouldbe ATMimejligater all under good woven wire fence Co.8tf

, \ t I and Brown. Address Miss Minnie E. he has observed at Kissimmee Park able to return to hla northern home COMING good flowing well, and has been __ .

"1;'>) t, ,Keal, Jacksonville. Song by Mrs. Pot that with a reasonable amount of ener- where the rest. of his children reside plowed. Price $850.00. Downing 10-tf NEW Modern six.room concrete bun.
Realty Company.
,,4. 1 t ter. Benediction by. Rev.. E. T.. Potter gy and intelligence and knowledge of and his son came on to take him home. galow, close to postoffiee and business !

., business make better But ,the candle of life was too nearly SMALL FARM just outside city limits, section. Price $3.000, terms on s
the
a man can a well half of purchase price If desired. H." '
deep \
five-room good
good house
f B. C. Miller of Kfsslmmee was in St. eu !cess in raising truck at Kisslmmee burned out and be 'died as stated above. and new hog-tight fence around part M. Breaker alt Co. 8-tf.

t 'f Cloud on Monday calling on his numerous Park than In any other place' he has-ever He has five living children'and severalgrand.cblldren. MON.., TUES.. WED. of it. A snap at $50 per acre. Downing FOR SALE-1<'orty acres high',. olling .,r

friends.. seen In his rather extensive experience His wife preceded himto APRIL 8. 9. 10 Realty Company. 10-tf' land near station on main line of rail
I in this work. the other shore some years since. road. twelve miles from Kisslmmee.
Judge Peckham Is improving his storeroom FOR SALE-Good two-story, 7-room Small muck for
; a1 part deep '
After brief service at the Minx gardening
All of the there he who house of the main streets of
growers says, , on one
finest citrus fruit I land
New York oceupied by Scott Leslle.s'ILLUSTR rest no palm-
en avenue.- L;
prepared and fertilized their home conducted by Rev. Sutherlin of the town lot 80x150; several nice
properly ettoes. Will sell all at $30
acreon
f Dann & Dann by repainting it. The the M. E. church, his remains were bearing orange trees outbuildings per
soil have This Is terms or will divide. S. S.
splendid prospects. easy
TED LECTURES
E Judge Is also remodeling and enlarging taken'to etc. This is one of the biggest bargains Souders. Phone
Athens Ohio accompanied by 260. 8UCOOK'S
the opinion of a man who knows whereof now being offered in the city.
his building on the corner of New York ;
he speaks and hence has special his son from Ohio his 'grand-daughter "BEHIND THE BARS" Price $1,250 cash or $1,400 on terms.
4 avenue and..Tenth street. STRAIN thoroughbred .Buff
Mrs. H. II. Shaw and his daughter Downing Realty Co. 12-tf
value. Actual scenes in world's greatest penal Orpington, eggs $1.60 for 15., G. A.,
Mr. and Mrs. Burdlck, who have spent Mr*. L. .A. Minx of this place., institutions painful moral lesson. TEN ACRES choice land in Pinedale, Gilbert. .8-tf

1 } the winter in St. Cloud returned to STRAWBERRY STUNT The Gre.tuITAUANTURKISH close to new canning factory easily ;

,'.a their home in Providence R. I., onMonday Postal Savings Depository.A WAR" cleared and very productive. This is FOR SALE-Seven and one-half acre'
. just outside the city limits. This grove about four miles from town.
Actual scenes from Tripoli, where..thewar
Plants Successfully TransplantedWhile distinct compliment to the stabilityof is now in would make an ideal chicken ranch right on railroad and close to station
progress.And
Miss Donegan of Kisslmmee spent the State Bank of Kissimmee is and truck farm. Price $100 per acre, and shipping point; good close neigh

last Saturday In St. Cloud. In Bearing.Prof. given in the designation of this bank as the easy terms. Downing Realty Company bors, good gasoline engine; and aplen-. t,
sensation of the amusement world 10-tf did welL Well furnishes abundant-
Mr. George A. Bucklin returned toMs R. M. Evans recently "got Postal Savings Depository No. 6238, "DANTE'S INFERNO"a water for irrigating purposes. Someof

home on Tuesday of this week at away" with a somewhat unusual stunt I beginning April 1. The bank is enti vision of Hell with lectures describingeach TWO Beautiful five-acre tracts about the trees in this grove are. -.very

Medicine Kansas. He served in when he transplanted a lot of strawberry tied to receive 100 per cent of the postal and every scene. half-mile outside city limits on hard large and heavy: bearers. This Is a '
Lodge, marl road splendid neighbors. Price snap at 1500. Downing Realty Co.
i the army as 2d Lieut. Co.' H, 9th R. I. plants while they were bloomingand savings fund to be deposited in this All this In addition to our regular pro- $75 per acre. Downing Realty Com- 15-tf

VoL Co L. 50th Vol.. 3d Brigade 4th bearing. The plants not only lived city, and in addition $200 to be placedto gram of latest Motion Pictures, at popular pany. 10-tf '
but bore better fruit. prices. FOR SALE-Three residences. One In
and thrived the official credit of the postmaster.The .
16th Mr. BuckI -
Division Army Corps. ALL CHAIRS ARE 8 & 10 CENTS TWO desirable resident lots in Eureka addition $600: one in Lilly'
after very 1
stated
Prof. Evans they were removed appointment of the State bank as ,
in here for his health. He is Iii
came KEY aV WOODBECK. Manajrara.ANNOUNCEMENT. I Carson addition, each 60x164 feet. addition $1.500; one Bass' addition h
much Improved and will return in the than they did betore. a the depoeitory was made by Hon. T. F. There are 16 bearing orange trees on $2,500.'utere &.Carson lirecery -

'fan. Prof. Evans is quite a ..tr.wberryenthul..t. Weed director of the Postal Savings these lots, under good new fence Company._61-tf

A i; .f, ; He believes that if the Systems. It located close to the lake. $350 cash 11,000 ACRES about eight thousand of 4
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feathers and people of Kissimmee would undertakethe takes the two. See H. M. 'Breaker which is fine prairie muck ready for

son Raymond; left on Tuesday to spend raising and marketing of this deli- Grove. &: Co. 31-tf the plow; no better truckfngorg.ngeral

t, :"I '-;?.' ,the summer in Nobles county Minn. cious fruit in the same way that Lake- Fine Orange TO THE PUBLIC 1 HAVE For sale anything in the way farming land in the South, doss> .?
: Located half mile from Railway Station to railroad. Price $8.00 acre.
will in the fall. of Florida real could per
that
return estate
They one
." . land and Plant City are doing It that Downing Realty Company. lO-tf
'4" and one mile from town of 2,500 J wish and can assure you the best
Aid of the we can rival these towns in a short
The Ladies Presbyteriant
80 land with announce terms and lowest prices. Downing
people; acres splendid PYRENE fire extinguisher for
gasoline
'church gave a social and Chinese tea..Tuesday time. Anyone who has eaten Klssim- I hereby to the public'that Realty Company. 10-tf
about fine I fires. Get for
15 acres grove nearly all in one your launch autoor
-
I located in
strawberries knows that tor size i am Kissimmee
In the mee
afternoon and evening, and be
bearing about one third of grove in fine I Fla. I am a first-class mechanicin MARRY In haste and repent leisure garage aafe. Sold by Geo.
:Westway building. They had fancy articles and flavor they cannot be surpassed also N. Blunders agent Kissimmee. 87
Fruit
Grape some Tangarines j all kinds of construction work. is an old saying. Buy land way off
for'eala and made quite Rice and there would seem to be no good Peaches and other fruits besides I can build any kind of buildings from nowhere and you will be equallysure

-', suns i for the benefit of the society. reason why this should not become one cellent shade; and the entire tract you may need large or small; or to repent Buy bettef.land close MISCELLANEOUS
ot our big profitable industries. eX-I any kind of repair work cabinetwork to a good town and tor less money. "
IIr.and Mrs. Mallott and daughter splendidlprpperty: as much as 40 porch swings or in fact You can do it It you will and if you WANTED To buy, 10 to 20-acre orange-tb

''f. :'Edith,who-..... spent the wintol in St. good fruit land, balance good anything. are wise you will do it. Downing and grapefruit grove with some raw-

; ,Cloud returned to their northern home Hamd Suburban Home. land, one two-story house, and a tenant I Drawings furnished for ordinary Realty Company. 10-tf land additional. Address low-.

on Tuesday: 231 acres of land adjoining city limits house, packing heuse, stable, good well buildings. est price Lock Box 655. Birmingham,
FOR SALE-By Z. W. Ala.
of Kisslramee, drive right of hard road and ect. This property can be had for Estimates cheerfully given on 3 owner Bass -4t-p
lots 60x133. making 160x133. 8-
Mrs. Dick C. 'Bowers was a Kissimmee onto the property. About 225 bearing $10,000 on payments of $2,500 cash and all lines of work. room cottage, for $500, $225 cash and PENNELL-agent for Sayman Soap

I ) visitor on Tuesday.Mrs. orange trees some Japaneese Persimmons 1,000 per annum with 63 interest on I have formerlyvlived in Pitts- $12 per month until paid for. If you and remedies/ Ordway Piasters..

Marsh, who ha.been on the sick Peaches and all kinds of 'shade deferred payments. This splendid grove burg. Penna., for the past 12 wish to see the property phone No.

list the past two'weeks', is feeling better and ornamental' shrubbery flowers anda will pay'all deferred paymentaand support years petent, and to do am any' line .ofcowork..- 73 about, Kissimmee one mile southwest Fla. Property from depot.Is GET H. N. BRATTON to orive your'

again. delightful ome. Six room house a family besides, an easy way to Can give A No. 1 references. u to Also have other. houses and lots, and artesian wells.' 43-tf

several large porches, 3 room servant house step into a large dividend paying property ability and moral !standing in ,all four tracts! of 40 acres each, cheap "
H. O. Baum, who has spent former of abode. A six miles ont. 2-tf WADE, the Orlando! '
t( stables, for bonus, cows and largechicken' and fine home with good markets. my. places tuner, ;
"- ',4''U;;;nxmths with his friend T. C..Roberta man that will deal with you strictly
\ l yards and henhouse. Very desirable School. and churches handy with but WE-Have listed some of the most desirable
; iiiin# 1Clou* turned on Wednesday to2X honest and Ightforward In WANTED-The sweetest .
'
'iy thing out for
home with city advantages and small outlay of cash. on the market, both
every respect property
k : jJKUu home In South Longhorn, Pa. He your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy-
r '
and
'" 5 yet enjoy the freedom of country life.Pnce Nelson Realty Company city county, which we offer at fresh from factory. Kissimmee
'X expects to return in the fall JOHN H. DASH the lowest prices to be obtained Drug
Time $2,000 if desired. Company. '
4500. on P. 6. Box 144 Kissimmee Fla. There is no padding of prices by us, 83-tf
The recital given in the G. A. R. hall Nelson.. Realty Companyand Pictures at the Pastime. every piece of property sold at exact FOR nice ,
hot cold
'' 'on Tuesday, evening by Mrs. Jeanette l"-"t" price placed on it by the owner. or lunch visit room
next to Postoffice.
approved. Mr. 'Martin and two TONIGHT. Lunches sent en
Write us requirements and we
Jewell was thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated' your phone calls. Phone
,
154.
the Association. will do best to please 9-tf
and others joined Readingby "Leaves of a. Romance. "Daddy's our you by
,by. everyone, present, Mrs. .S. C. Smith. Selection by G. showing just the kind of property you
and and
Boy Mammy a war story a LUNCH ROOM-The
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I for
there place
a
those" !who" were not certainly desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf
missed a treat such save -do not often S. Smith. As the secretary Mr. Robinson split comedy reel, "Thim Tiny Babies"and hot or cold lunch, short order meal Q

was going away for the summer :T). Bettor to Have Loved and FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit or oysters, any: style visit the lunchroom
have here In St. Cloud. Mrs.- Francher was elected secretarypro Lost.. Pure Louisiana grove with 250 bearing trees, next to Postofflce. Phone or-' i
five acres muck and ten acres pine den promptly deIlY red. 154.
Tbe' Ladles Improvement Club had
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torn while he is away. Adjournedto SATURDAY NIGHT. Phone
land in cultivation thirty and ti
v? \I"\ 1*, their ,first ,meeting'' their new club have th. next meeting at the Shaker "The Express Envelope! "The Mplasses half acres unimproved landV fiveroombox one- _

f, loom, over ,the Bank They had a so Colony the first Tuesday May. Squ.w' Love," a fine Indian picture. house good barn and well. The FOR fresh fish phone the Rull Baas
w cia time and .a literary program. ;The improved land all under good fence. Market No. t. 19-tf
.
""' "'Mr. and his wife and and "Fifi or the JealousWife., ". This
ladies took their husbands ana broth.n Hugh/Rummel property on the north side of
f. . two children from Columbia City Ind., East Lake four miles from Narcoos- WOOD per strand, W.25.flve; strands
stud friends, and everyone'' had a pleas"ant arrived' In St. Cloud last week and ex Notice of Dissolution., Jams, and Jellies see, nine miles from Kisslmmee. 575. Kisslmmee Lumber Co.'*> 9-tf di

M-- evening.; Notle U .hereby (Ivan that Ihe arm herato- Price $4.500, $2,500 cash, balance one.. '}
pect, to. make. .. this their home. for* "" and doing. ..,..10_ under the year. H. M. Breaker & Co. MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and
'"" :The ,New.York'Asssclatlon met In 'the arm name off Pr.Dtln A Brows U tula day dlaaolred we will get a drink of the best soda
''Mr. and wife leave Monday next mntnal content. -
Doop bjr
r' .X O.,A. R "hall on .Tuesday, ,April '2d. in Mr B. Dett'itt; Brown will carry on the bal.a.r.ethesam.kw.tfooandwilt AGENCY FOR SALE-Goodpay. good water made: 81-tf-,'
to spend -the summer. the state of noeire all reasons for selling.(i Pennell. Agent.
>\11ta president being absent, the meet- FOR dressed phone
money dna the late arm, paying all Indebtediimaae DibbleSon P the Rail
Washington 8-tf>
big wasp/( called toOrder', by Comrade f ...... . < Bass Market..No. 189. ,. 19-U,

i , .", Mohr.: Opening song' America' ;" Mrs., Grant Kendall, of St. Cloud."is The ana'her reason column.of thl.dissolution" U "lollyB na, KELLERSTRASS White Orpington MUTTON fresh fat
Or .April I, 1811: Broadwayp'Sft" Eggs, $2 for 15: cockerels $2 each ; and (fine, at the) 0 a
prayer; song."Old Uncle Ned. Mini spending, a' few days" this week in jr W. PaairnF also White Wvandottes. Dustin; Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf X
i rates of last meeting read secretary lando. B., DaWirr BROW*. ,[ J .
R ny ,
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i .' strain egirs. $2 for 15, (5 per 100. BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream; best In 'I

K .. r Pinedate Chicken Farm. Box 43. town. Kissimmee Drug Co.- 81-tf
i4i Phone 181 6 rings. 15-4tpd

AN Intelligent person 'may'earn' $100 +
FOR SALE
Thoroughbred Pointer
monthly.eorreapondg\ :
for'newspaNO -, .
Pup entitled to registry.Price
$15
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.. WATERb ,, r t IbuVesafeifyou USE ,KYANIZE4y T.. L.Harney., Orange Center Fla.,, It '?tlcul.?**; ..... Press nvassing.- Syndicate: . Send, B for 2245 par, ; :"

-:. : ,DOES'NOT: -- ' ,FOR ALL FLOORS' You'll never regret If you subscribe Lockport NY, ::1

I \ use, for the Gazette. SHIP your produce to O. 'W. Judy'* )
'
) AFFECTKYANIZE ' : AND INTERIOR
; I ,. 'a. ; y ... Co., Tampa, Fla., Write them for
I' .' ''', '' .\, ", For Member School BoardI '
P: ; stencil. 49-tf
: ,, WOODWORK'f -w. !
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; '!' .' ..' .1 am a candidate for reflection aa memberof
' _.j(': "; : 'J ,. c. -.."": ...' " ," 'j ,' '. the gflbool Board from the Third oUtrlct I ANYONE anywhere" can'start a mail ;
\t '> -+ :. '. ,,' ,, and aollrtt the aonport of ibo voters la the
;; ., .... I order business '
I, ,. t,1 ,' "t', \ II , .. ,. 1. ' Democratic primary flaringerred. eight at home' -No canvass
''iI''' 1 i ....."t-! .,, I, '\ ..',;., :(.,c }.' pacit I f-el. 111.11 am gni.HH.xl ing. Be :your own boss.'Send for free ,J
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f f iorthepn.ltlon
: .." :..'!. , .f' W. W.CHANDLEB. I booklet. Tells how;, Heacock A 2144.; .
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\, ',' N '. Lockport. N.,Y. ""l'' ...

tv, I . ..;' ".' -'of-lf" ; It'l Petition for( Sub-School District. . '.

\ I , c.', .. ... ,. .',... ,.". ._...*" J .. .Y.-v.--3; u' ''_ To the Honorable OaoeoU Board County.., ,ria.Wbite, ,April'nnuiictloa l.- lot?. FOR RENT ":


; ?al ost 'any" Varnish:,Gooks yaniZGi f. Ask':your ,Painter olontora Gentlemen In and thai for Oaroola resideal.lu-We. the County..undentKned realnr Florida.personal:qualified prop- DWELLINGS ler.' ' for 't.1i";' to' M.' 'Til i iFOR

evil and are the fuljt'wla..lbotd / .

{: ;, t! ""1. ;;, ,,' ;good In the can,-.-; : "" about. at subdivision the mouth or of the the canal county feadlnr to-wit' from Beginning l.lii! RENT A' modem 8-room flat, ",

For Floors Bait Tohopekallga to Late Tohopeksilgs ciwhat with all City'conveniences.'. '' to' 1
t U known ,. .:
aa then
):,: :' if!" r U Kyanize J looks good: onm. Kyanize anal te Eu' Lake EOtport. 'ybhopekailg.l follow the,,...rid r"l. W. B. Harris Gazette office"tf_ ;
/ I InterlorW00ayork low the m.rIrID Bast Lat. Tohopekallga. to the
: '; I north boundary tinsel ertloo Tw..t'.el< FOR REN'l'-SIx.room' house, 'partly
..' "J'r. ,the wood HE, KNOWS (219. tOWDabtp T..nty-an U6lsoueb or Badge furnished and in S Rissinn "...
garden
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and Furniture . Thirty (:t01) !; thence ..l to range line dl.teoow.B'oooa :John .4
." ,.' r .' ., .. '. .oo. I molt'thensw e ( mac, near sawmill. Whitney.: ., ,
!;;: : ( : : ;" \ ( )) 'en J.ske y
J , .. .. . then... loliow ____ .2tpd.
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, Lake
J toe
.. ; wlth'adurabl0 .Id ntoot begin
bard gloss. '
I H' Dries Toho..U'
;..b4r. %;<* '; ,1,1 e. "<: '. " ning do mat petit RENT-A large 9-room house endbe.utifuleptciourgrounds :.:;;;...
i.'/' Were 1 er than other 80 _.... .. hon.ombiapody.4o.a.tt..1ecy..tedesermme' - on'Main"street i'1iFOR' I
a.lJ:. ._ .
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: 4v fs. i ....," " \ ,' jo the noon drltMd .ubdl"I.lon In North Klsaimtneefi, Price
.ff'r.: t' lab. Money; back !?'Kyaaiao. the county ....11 become a........1 Ma school $25 per month.:' Nelson Realty Co.
; dlalti tar 'he __
pu"-ol
... levylns aDd eoll
I
t' doesn't do all .WQ claim., tug a district! tea' for the exclusive neepnfello ot the l&tt _
free eohoola within rid district, '
f1l CHEMICAL''' ,. : .USE KYANIZE For whloh. -we will ever pray <:.. FOR RENT-A large house and ,five
SCPartln .
;: 'ForlSalcBySF' LEParUn acres of ground inside the city limits
w D Simmons ,
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REALIZE Mb.rp "
'i JJ ANALYSIS. ' AND Gay Partin B O Parun . ;about one mile from the ,poatoffice. '.1!

ji it. {(PROVES' '' ROSS": : '< 'A'.VES' ', ,w .. ;THE FLOOR' John J H PrentH V Farms partln ,MD j H A M Barclay Par Blood' h': NeleonRealtyCo., "...... 'l-tf _'' ;.!), i

'. .. i SURPRISE' Andrew J Blmmone' David Baaa FOR RENT-Earl i.dnof .
KYANIZE '
'.. ;( u..la. or. that appreciateyoar: trade' I t' H O Partlt- W 20 acres of property.g'from .
,. ein1 :
.. : I ;
. t ... lied with R/Mrd of ruble UeirWtoifl inside j ry
-- -'" 'i the Umlte { ,; .
city. .
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: this aDd day of 4pri\ .. p .
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,, .' ",.j I III..2..,.; .. UZ' ,Wt 1.lIu: I.the city...' limitsV! .Nelson.. '-' .Realty. ,.12 Co.- alt.. I '
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