Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 26, 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: VID00539
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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': l(h. CTRltltVATOR"t, :! Board of Trade. Desires Improvement of the Lake, Front: SPLENDID{ INCREASE

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:: Mr. c., W. Dann Contracts for'Ma- ,.",' V On Postal Receipts City is Now 'Entitled .

+ chine of Very ,latest'TyP: ,, r '" '< ."'\i. ... ..... -, .51 r ', .'. I! ,to Free-Delivery.:. Side- : M *;,
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for His New Broadway ' .. : ,11., "''1"';. ,;;', ,, :Should be Built All
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Building.Mr. 'JP r'I ; \;. ..".; h ;;'f''!:I;''".',;,::,. Streets at Once.. 'r,
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C. W. Dann .let the contract on :, '!,',, t',': I.: ,rr' n 1 I! 'I It Is almost an axiom that a live tower

Thursday evening, with the Otis Ele- ", .. .", "S 2'lfrrf" '"I'.t' V,, ". has large postofflce receipts; On this 3
vator1' Company j for the Installation in . .. ', "i ; !r 't i iJ .ttj doctrine KIssimmee baa reason to congratulate *"
his Broadway i building of as' electric >, ; :,.' J t'.o't"' I";. herself. one of the Hvest-
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elevator of the latest type. In the : : '1>I" ''\\iIIt'" ., cities In .Florida., The report of Postmaster ..- r
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f .wising, of his building to,three stories H."d: \ '.. ,,.vr"" .!.. :"",.",. ' Vans Agnew for the year ending -* .
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f lrt; height, and the installation of the r \ ''' '! ,.. March 31st, 1912, shows receipts of
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Dann . . '" $10,26a67.
\ elevator, the first in the city, Mr. ...' rfM*'
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. \ :'"dr ; : \ 'The most Important Of this '+
t f '.has :'shown a spirit, of progressiveness ', altfC-: : phase" )
r'. 'that 1 is worthy of commendation,and of '.,. .f... .\ *. : matter is that If the receipts continue' a +'"

... imitation.. ., ,,\ ,IV:,;!:'." \.. ,. \ for another year at-or above $10,000
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|L The elevator, which Is to be in place '- \ .' "' ;" : ' .\'. KIssimmee. will automatically, be enti-

\/ and operating within'six weeks, is' the ..-*''ts '"..," .'!{. ,. /....,ijy.,...;,. tled to the free delivery of mail 'PRO' .

I .* finest; product of the Otis Co., who .: ,\ ) ', ,.' : VIDED THE CITY ,WILL BUILD:

stand, absolutely at the head of the I \1t :.\ .. SIDEWALKS OK ALL ITS STREETS'
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procession In the manufacture of ele ''' receipts
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vators. It will lift 2000 pounds, has a i4 '" will remain well above $10,000. It Ie

handsome steel cab, and is fitted with ,,' "..'JlP''' !V7.i.*{' .. therefore 'up to the city officials" to say

''all the safety devices, electrically operated -S __________ .,,", "..>..'.),:,, "; '. '1" .. to the property owners that' they must
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Including safety brake, which .... "'))1, ,. .". ,; C Ih." comply with' the law In the matter of
'... . .<.. I', sidewalk construction: These sidewalks +
acts, either.on an increase Or decrease I' ;' .iI> fo '
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'of csrrent. r "*s,4..I. r tn.;;art muss( be built: Tb. city has already i

''Mr. Dann states that he could have '' KfAi .' accomplished what much''' larger

gotten a}nuch cheaper elevator, but -Jl.-: #, cities of the state have but barely accomplished ' !

did not want to put [anything but the I :::0.111I'S {:>'.'%\ ,. > Lakeland, claiming much t
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best into his new building. This is the greater population, is just getting free

sort;of faith in KIssimmee that. is Scene on Par adit Itland. On* of Thouiandt of Similar Beauty Spoil in Joke Tonopkatiga. }?, ; '>; ,rf' delivery KIssimmee.toecause; : of the

helping to make it the finest inland ,I splendid postal business, can and must,

city in Florida.KISSIMMEC. have free delivery next year. : I ''
Mr.'Vans Agnew, In a statement1\ to' Er

PARKTwo" the Valley Gazette, states that for the .

year 1908 the receipts were only$18e0.2i j'

and the office was neither,.adequate ..
Gazette Men Enjoy Trip to size nor properly kept., .On July 1st the ,;
aid in securing a location for this enterprise. curing at least SOO active, paying mem- .
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office from Its old
Attractive Lakeside Colony. ASK fOR A NEW DOCK bers. SNAKE BITE FATAL adjoining was removed the KIssimmee Drug quarters Co.-' '

Through the kindness of Manager H. A CITY PARK. Mr. A. B. Jerrell presented bill for to the present location, which gave the-

1m. B. Houck of the Klssimrrfee Park Land Commercial Organization is Squarely The discussion of the lake fron"t mat materials furnished the Board some Mr. James.. Fields of Loughman local office probably the best quarter
Co:, who when the boat months to $18.00. He
amounting
happened along ago occupied by office of Its site In the
ter was followed by a discussion of the Succumbs to Bite of RaUier.I any
1 In which became Back of Important Move- showed most commendable spirit .
they were riding an .. I proposition to secure a suitable city a by states The'receipts began afVmce. to,
stranded, two members of the Valley menL Amusement Pavi- I park. This'was brought up by President asking for no money, but asking that I Tuesday morning, about ten o'clock, show a good gain Increasing 5645.33
Gazette staff taken to and over be be credited with his dues in the Mr. 'James J. Fields of
were Loughman; '
1911 the
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Stanford, who declared that it Is I year ,
the lands at KIssimmee Park, as well lion Included in Extensive I vitally1-important that the city bUJ.t Board for three years in advance. The while inspecting a piece of land several had Increased to'$9031.65,' ''This 'year' S

other, points\ of Interest upon the lake, Plan: once a tract of land upon which can be offer was accepted with thanks by unanimous miles north of that place, near the line shows the splendid Increase'.of more)', ..
e/krijr. this week. The. trip was a de- vote of the Board. of Orange, and Lake counties, fn searching than 1200.'
made baseball diamond
a city park, a a
lightful surprise. halfrmjle track for auto and horse races dne hundred dollars was allowed Mr. for a corner'marker among a heavy ;Mr. Van. Agnew la a great enthusiast
The Kissimmee Land Co. is doing at Kissimmee's greatest asset, Lake To- f links. He suggested two pos- W. B. Harris for: copies of the maga- growth of palmettoea. "ink struck by a over the future of Kissimmee and I*

'the Park what few colonization companles hopekaiiga, received the chief attention ei ." locations for the park, and made zine edition of the Valley' Gazette rattlesnake.a..'' very anxious' that the city shall rise to

: are. doing, but What Ought to be at the meeting of the Board of Tradel Ion that the Board of Trade urge which Mr. Harris had agreed: to furnish Mr. Hancock, who accompanied him, the occasion now.' -"Plank: the.walk or, ,

.a one' by all of them.. They are not on, on Monday night. The growing appreciation sty council to take steps Immedi- at; a very low1' price. Tnis 'gives the after rendering.first aid,drove to Loughman walk 'the, plank, in terms of cement r

ly aelllng the land, but are showing the of the great value of the lake to ately to secure ground.Cor the* park, to secretary advertising, matter to supplythe as soon'as he could, to secure the should be our war cry," he says, and t" awe

people what can be raised upon It, and the city was reflected in the enthusiasm plan its Improvement and begin'as m demand until the advertising com- services ot a'doctopland notify his urge the city council to grasp the "'

are' actually putting people on the land. Of the members, and the fact that this as possible to provide the improvementsneeded. mittee has completed the plans which I it I brother, S. R. Fields, wh9 immediately opportunity which Is offered to Kisslm, "'

All of the original tract has been sold; enthusiasm-Is not merely a momentary The motion was approved by now has under consideration, and secured i left for the scene, accompanied by thedoc"tor. mee now. We must have free delivery! .

comprising some 2,000 acres, and an display I is shown by the steps which the several and was carried.In the booklets and other material Butthe long delay I In. procuring next..y.aiand, we can have..it.If the,:" '
additional 800 acres has been platted Board is I taking: to utilize the lak; speakers which It expects to have printed. medical aid gave the poison a chanceto council and the property owners will do>

and Is upon the market. There are at At the previous meeting Mr. W. J. the discussion Mr. Donegan stated The matter of the Spawn canning: do,,"Ita, work. He war taken, to his their part.' The individual residents of .

present 28flne; flowing wells in the! Park, Sean was appointed chairman of a that Mr; Harry Hunter and others are factory was brought up and discussed home, where be died the same evening. KUsimmee have done their part, as i*

well)) scattered;'There are more than committee to take'up the matter of se now negotiating for some of the land at some length by various members. It Mfc Fields came to Loughman from proven by the large postal receipts. y

,thlrty:comfortable home., those on the curing pavilion upon! the lake front, mentioned by Mr. Stanford. He stated appeared that several who had subscribed west Florida, but was a native of Dooly I Lakeland would not have free dellverynow

lake front being particularly attract such as is found so popular in many that Mr. Hunter has become very enthusiastic toward this plant had not paidin county;'Georgia.. He leaves a wife and' If she had not built sidewalks ALL.

,I".. There is a prosperous general Florida cities which have not nearly so over Kissimmee and expectsto the entire amount promised, and that one.son who is two years old, and also OVER, THE.CITY. Kissimmee moat .
? store.; There are several very fine citi desirable and beautiful a lake. Mr. interest a number of his friends to the work was being''hampered, somewhat three brothers and two sister do it,. and must do it this year. : .l
i Then several hundred build fine homes here. He expects to this While the Board The interment
rat groves. are Sean gave a partial report slating on account. was at KIssimmee on.
', ,acres'oCas: fine vegetables. ever grew that he was endeavoring to secure plans lay out, golf links and Mr. ponegan ot Trade had 'promised anything In Wednesday afternoon, BASEBALLInterest 'S'' ',

out of doors. Potato planting was un- of,, the pavilion at Eustis, and of the expressed the belief that an arrangement connection with this industry; and had I
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J derCaken'on a large scale, by co-opera- method used there in erecting. the build could be made, by which the city not as a ,.body backed It, a motion was 1 1y
tive'methods'a few' weeks ''ago, and an ing. can secure its park and other improvements carried to appoint 'committee to stir EASTER ;SUNDAYPleasing J ( In the, Great ''SPort"" isk"

'"\ovw,, the park In a score) or more of built the In conjunction with Mr. Hunter. this matter' up and endeavor to see that:, ,N
The Eustis pavilion is over Growing.
which Rapidly
'neatly; fenced tractsthe. tubers are floor :\\'b.( confmittee ,will take this the full amount promised ,is paid, or If ', .
water:has an auditorium, dancing bvAre Held i. the '
; matter with the City Council. consists .. '
un "and baseball
showing a healthy and vigorous growth. outlook stations not paid by.the !original 'subscribers to Springtime go together .
cool drink
There -are'BOme 800 acres, all told, in etc.; facing booths on for the lake;and, underneath of Messrs:, :Sears.:; ,; C. Wt Griffin, endeavor ,to. _l secure' J it. from, others.;: i I.. Churches of, Klssimmee.Easter .;, as naturally as coffee'and cream, and it- ''

potatoesthose{ which were first planted has anchorage for boats and lockers Tor W. B. Harris, Harry*Hunter; 'Frank The committee consists of Messrs.. Nelson - !: -was observed In the Kissmmee is not surprising that In Kisslmraee
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being now ready for market the storage of boat equipments. The Vans Agnew, N. C. :Bryan" 'ud, A.- S. ; Jones and,Willson. churches on Sunday ,without elaborate terest in the national J sport has become)
'There sawmills the Nelson. ',, stated that he epidemic. Almost every
are.two at Park have Secretary Kuykendall acute .and .
cost of the building Is said to been display, but with pleasing special pro-
which serve the double purpose of supplying easily provided by local ':people and the OTHER'Bt1SINJI:88.: ; had been studying: the constitution and grams., .The'Methodist church Sunday person in the city .who has reached the
the lumber needed for bad found that'' the of accountability and fa not yet In .
building 'procedure ,
present, school held si age tvrV'
cost of caring for the amusement pa- concert In the evening at
and of the lands A communication was'read by Secre- the Board j in his Is Interested the doings of
helping to clear pine vilion is paid by rentals of the auditorium' of many cases Is not !in which the well drilled people dotage m !
,where the splendid citrus orchards are and of tary Kuykendai'reeemvol' In answer to accordance with: the' constitution, and made' fine young the diamond artists( especially of; our -
N for dances meetings, etc., written' showing. At the Presby-. -
a w'tt4r.! by him to the County home
being planted., : that In several) Instances the document team. uS
terianBaptutandChrbtlan
for boats. churches
y-Yhepopulation, of the Park Is grow the anchorage space Commissioners' Polk county, stating might"be considerably' improved."' He S The local team this *year trill 'nav*'.:' :

I I In(rapidly., Some time,''ago"the num The committee working on some that work /iitbe' improvement of the moved that a committee, be> appointedto the'special. services were held in,the schedule of games ,all through'the season -;
such plan as this for Kiarlmmre) and road & .\\Ie..n""Loughman. and Haines morning, with music by':the choirs ..andappropriate'Sermons'.by '
f' ber fastidious
\ ofjpeople required to secure a postCofficelwere bring' the constitution and bylawsup ; that will please the most .
[ : living,at the Park, and there: will have a complete report within avery City would bot commenced this week' to date, and suggest, such'changesas The day,was' ode of the moat the delightful pastors fan. Already two' good games have*'
'is' or'more: few weeks. It' Is confidently believed A. eumfl"nlcation\fom\Mr, : : J. with Sanford arid this afternoon s
[,, scarcely'a week that 'one might ,.be deemed advisable. The of the springfand been played :
the.congregations at
I.: families do I'IOt'mo"e upon their tracts that it will be possible this to secure: Hansen, who was in the city two weekssgo'wlth'relennCe'to committee was appointed" follows :'., the different :churches'were'very large; the"' .ame, team plays' her; ,'0"

I: ndXbegurthe making of a home.I ; the erection' of this pavilion done Lake 'f summer 'ohopekaliga *., rrmovinghis Messrs.; Knykendall. Sears and. ,'Judge r Some display'appropriate to the sea-, again. An effort. Is being made, by. b '
and when this is J'
: There is pleasant social life in.th ': aund-lime brick.,plt to IbIs city, was Kribbs..: "1' ion w.re made by th. stores of theeft1' Manager Kuykendall, to secure a regular :h
I community, and with"the convenience \will take Its rightful plan read by Scretary' Kuyke dall. The The Board 'adjourned'to. meet AprilENDORSESUGGESTION The riioa .series between four' nearby teaa.a.orgaaizll'lC' *
; striking windows ,
of t'lor- t .we r e1
the scenic beauty spots
I which are now available life in Kisslm among communication made much more'favorable a .sort of ,Informal league, i
'bo. of,the Stanford 'store and Mrs.,
I Park'i. : 'A motorboats IdL' ; ) proposition and the matter was for the . s
meA very agreeable, Farmer, who bad flocks of tiny chicks season. w r?
i of''average' speed Can make' the AH of the member,were v.rr.elthu- referred to the committee: i consistingof : I In their windows, and Mr., C. W ,Dann In order to make the season an entire "s'p
f.tripifrotn: Klssimmee Ins little' more siastic'''over''' the ,proposition. Strongspeeches A a N.t.Oil, W. B. Makinsoo. A. E.Donegan .. ,, success,'it will be necessary to secure .'
wlo had window adorned with
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I. than ,half an'hour, and a'goad. .country were made by K........., Sean' J. Ai. Lee and K. M. LudJam, ,I and flying suitable plant and negotiations un.'
tints, Mr. C. A., Cole, whose window -
1. road suns directlyto the Park.' F.'Vane Agnew Donegan., Kuykvndall; for further investigation and action.. V. I.'S. Believes, Tent Shows-Should.. was ai tractive,, with'", pretty eggs der way'DOW;.for 'a ,lease o.'property'' .''"'

[-. There is-every reason,'to believe, i it In Wilson and others.. Th.dbcuuioa developed ,The bill of the Otceola Lumber Company ,Be: heavlTy'TBxed.At '' .' I and bird.;, ," ", for the purpose of e Jt.-feae.w'
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view, of the tact-that 'Kissimmee Park also the very treat importanceof for material' for the"hangar',,at grandstand and bleachers.; Grounds for
LjsAioW about anew city dock; ef'improving'the the meeting of the V:- 1,:S:: on tine aeCured '
only 13 months old, that the aviation held, was,referred to the ': the season have been 'and are .
L. It will not be long before this will 'not lake) front by building: a sea wall, and of aviation committee; to be 'audited,:'.The 9th Inst., a resolution'was paused unanimously To be Congratulated.>,; .<, rapidly being put in shape.. The eree-r .

p.nly be the largest,, but the'most!, attractive ,, creating an interest in lake Vports that committee was instructed to collect the endorsing' ,th. suggestion of Valley Gazette ton of the) buildings will,' have to waie*\' ; I '"
,uburt''of The will result in the holding of: regattas l Mayor Bryan to; the council.: that the I u!, the outcome of the Jr.' r
Kjsslmmee' nMMM y'' subscribed for the;.erection of ]Kisslmraee, Fla.. lease proposiUon,|. 4'. ,
If:people of. the Park, In"fact, ire Mthrr ,, and races. at frequent;//interval* duringthe toe building, and pay it on the bill, and license feet:!for tt'nt..how.. should be Dear.Sirs: :-: I wish to extend i.-you but,.whatever may be done In thiarrj' fc

| inclined to the'otlnlon.' 'that Kissunmeewl11utImSt.ly season:' to endeavor to secure the balance) from. ': raised so high' ss .to greatly d.creu. my sincere.thanks forth twoeopie. of Raid the home gsms win be played at s'f.

i, ;: : 'bit, .the suburb.' :A nation was made and ulI.nlmou.lycllrntd the aviation4school.. I' the number of sucbrbos' which. ,would'' your. paper which you recently'sent. me llabbette. Bermuda'streete this sea. .

' t that:the Hoard 0 .' Trade,endorse 'Cbal'nnan'WiillOa of the membership come to town. ',: tfiae'the' to my,Kansas City I address. son.. S 5.Gpt.ir
I DurdiCkWoodZwrry.I a mo..ment'Juokltla'; to the secure I .The Society: ,isncrgestfd ':You are to": be eomplinorated'bn the 1 :Frank: Doyle has .gotten t .
committee made a showing th ( ,
report > 'used the shows''should beeieaneduplmmediateiy'
I lilt of new 4ity dock... The'lake front grounds by clesp .' : : grther..h.Cvelp tuneH ef yenfrwho 1<5-
A pretty.wedding was .solemnized' ,,at a some 128' member .bad been -urd I .rip-tmdatm.and,.very-se.syrhi jde
''the Baptist Saturdayj committee was.Jnstru2ted.to,take) thismatter WI'n : tjpoir.'th: removal ; tei eating paper publish, and the will I'o-ftotet credit upon the>city-einJ opv .
pastoijLn!! !!.. ...AppJiJ'wSenRnv : and riearly 1300 paid on don, llr; of tl.e -show, arid also kept ..labettir you .j';
f ; f.wu b J liuniirk led 'to up with the' city council and to turned In several; additional name. with I terrier Its citizens of (Kt iromee are to be. congratulated on rth.m.......... Jt1up. to the people' .
during continuance
I th} ;, altar' MM.| Nellie M. Woodbeny.who I the committee: were added the names of checks,'.and gameaon a list secured by h'a (quantity of Is blown from asRiif upon .having such progreu-. l lore 'o..y wh lh.r they:want Kieeint'n'"
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'. .,went made one by a beautiful; cvrm. Metirt. Frank'-Yu.'Agnew" and -Harry President Stanford at the-.moker,'and I there ali'over' town.'S'paper': " "M publUhers In their midst n.e oh,Ule, bs*.beII. mp.' "'!.W' "' ., r\: 4, II

emony by Dr. 'A. J., HoIcJmr Hunter, by Secretary Kuylr r dll.: : : 'If that"" brop. + s'\t c ''f ,.1\:\ti\'

Rey.. liurdlc. teaches and preaches. In connection: with this matter Mr. entire ,membership uj to bl'Ol1tbC'th.1: wit f' i" the: us.- of his grounds. ,' It"would sent, aJ o,.for,'any 'future i copies you only eight states that have no IawJ: .
I.In Orange tou"t)'. The bridal .party A. A. ,Tano stated that a friend of his the total money resdfvwf seem ihaftte' iould bot iep Nisiblw lortliUi mayforward,, ,: I am; with'. bst wishes fur a United States senator, we are in'r s
I ..consisting ofthabrid.( and groom Mr. j desired to bujld a bathing pavilion it he $300:;,. 'Tt .commltc- did not ve but in' any case. the bocktty wiah.s for your success." clined to let up on old man S t pten wu. '..! ,k t;,
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I 11.1 to suggest thrft the Chy.C.JUfliIt'thoO, -' "" ",-- : ,, It may have been worth 'lOl,!)**.) .e>>; ,1"' ::;: '
L.:: \Bunlidc'.net Alt....' location ,lake 'ft
; could lease front. "you'. troly.
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Genevieve ) nn_ full 'report,'and bat notcompl.tedhi; .
of
i I .. re.punslbillty nlwcinciliy. and aJ o the) keep a lawyer out ,the euata.Jfro_ ;
I;! Bgrdiek., \ .Ifd.w. Orlando on the-,afterI I The committee'was' instructed to take canvass of'the city. /Mr, Whiten expressed .' method ott it* en or .meul.. V- ,', .... 'tUOJlU F.BA7tlrrs: Wisconsin wjany.r.tats.-; \ t;'f 5'r.

I, ':.VJr noon*"train. ;' ,this matter" up. at once,' ...,'enJea' or.to. himMlf'as' being; hopeful.of we4' -' L ,By Ofderj. [JN'TBBV, T. S.; '+ Urbana, Illinois.A ; .Times" ,; //T" ;3v , .. ''

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Ufca ly. If be does not his soil Is I I for kaflettuce and $6 to $7 a bas ..,. .. i'. : "
i Michigan Man's Knocks worth much, and these.worn-out tor head lettuce. You in Michigan .1I Lt{ ,
, are the cause of the high price of couldn't get Vt for an acre of let- -, ,...tl
ing and 'the cause,of this "back to ., mutt ponder over this statement. I
Florida tire RefutedPresent farm" movement The soil of all of lettuce fields which netted :
on northern states has" become grower over 11,000 an acre. A FEW' CHOICEPROPOSITIONS

shed and unproductive, and in planted some seed corn on a Sunday ,
Ii Answers quence the boys and'girls,, are (In unfertilized soil, planted ,
Resident of This State Complaint of the farm 'for the cities- -do not kernel.- two inches and so on to }

Worried Over Exodus to spend a lifetime on the old place Inches deep, and 'on.. the. following
,Real Estate Dealer Who i js ,, '
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not have any more of the pl six days time, the corn wan .. .
to the Land of Sunshine. comforts' than pa or'ma has had. three Inches to half an inch above \
Now, we do not have to barks This is the poorT) Boil that

t q Florida. I havtr"1"aised.thethlr.d [ "' ,ut was not, honest llI
1 The following letter, republished! In I I have business men who advertise and of lettuce and radishes In my back to tell about. -- - -- ----or- . .)l. _

the Tampa Times from a Michigan paper business men who do not. The businessman this winter without one ounce of was shown today alfalfa two feet I ., .
i Ie a most Interesting refutation of I who, "fertilizes" makes a crop anda izer, but it takes a month for the which was raised on a prairie "and '
the knocks written by a Michigan real : succes*-the man who does not "fer ish to mature. The fellow who was the seventh cutting in a year. I'EGHOUN PROPERTY.-This property eonsUti'o'f' 278 acres .(
estate dealer. It covers the field so tilize" picks up the loose crumbs. Also es raises radishes in ten to seen seven cuttings of German excellent land, mostly being pine land with perhapa 40 acre of bypresa t
thoroughly and so accurately that It your wise Michigan farmer fertilizes. days. The fertilized radish has before it was left to go to seed land, well covered with cypress timber, valuable ,for telegraph and
;, should be read by everyone who is in- He spreads his manure over the right plant food and is brittle .then the stalks were four feet telephone poles and:fence pouts, some commercial >aw timber, a r
under and I h. deal of crops-tie timber a'greater part of this land ia excellent
I iterestrd in Florida: soil-he turns straw fodder fine to eat as an apple and this great ;
Tampa Fla., April 2, 1912. and many use commercial fertilizers, brings five cents a bunch ot six r. Blom talks about an artificial fer citrus.fruit (land, there now being 6 acres devoted to an orange grove ',
Herald-Leader, and you will note that every )prosperous es. The fertilized lettuce which : That is a new one on me. If about one-third of which are nice' thrifty bearing' trees, balance "
Editor Menominee, Mich. farmer'about Menominee farms scien in first this year,brought $4 to.$5 a I (Continued on page 11.) younger trees;6-room house, not In very good condition good'busl.ne .

Dear Sir: As a former citizen of Me- ----- ,s house located on the corner of the farm where a mercantile
nominee and representing a number of business wan established many year. ago; school house on the land,, ,
Ir others in this section !root your city, I about 100 yards from the buildings: a church a quarter mile, on a well, Ji r+
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: traveled road leading to the south part of the county, 1'1-4 mile ;\
,1 desire to enter protest against the article The Mattress that Makes Any Bed Your Friend
which appeared in your paper recently I from railway station, 2 miles from a town'of about 2600 people. This'
f beaded "Florida Land Graft." property can be purchased on most favorable terms of payment. A
and purported, to bean interview from The most beautiful bed is but a poor resting place fine property to cut into small farm and sell to homseekersv ;

one of your real estate men', A. M. Blom unless with clean comfortable mattress. / wvv*. '
equipped a WALTERS FARM AND GROVE.-This splendid little tract core I..,
and trust you will, in all fairness, give
Y as prominent space to this article as you The poorest bed of insignificant appearance is a true tams property 10 acres, convenient located to just school across, church the road and from railway the above facilities described; about' '
which I refer.
did The that text to of the article was bad friend if equipped with a Princess Sanitary Felt Mattress. one-fourth the tract has an excellent grove, the greater part of ,"
which is splendid budded grapefruit in bearing, several tangerinetrees ,
w enough without the scare head which

/, you placed over it, which is evidence of Because The Princess is a clean, comfortable mattress which supportsthe guava and bushes a number and some of orange peaches;trees the balance of excellent of the variety tract la, in several cultivation ,}

your endorsement of the story, and of body lines, it is restful, which enables you to prepare for tomorrowby fenced and cross fenced; 5 acres more of this tract is a super ,'
the head I shall first deal.
Tb..cond head says: "A. W. Blom sleeping tonight. The Princess is germ and moisture proof ior quality of orange land the balance splendid farming and trucking :;
t land; good .sheds stables, grain bin, 2 wells, 8-room house just across .;
returns with complete information re- and needs no other than occasional sunbath.PRINCESS
renovating an :
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Mr. the road from this property. Owner authorizes us to sell, which ,.
ganllng,much advertised land,
{ means a bargain price to the buver. ,
i Bionic information is not complete, I, "
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is it correct. On the contrary, it is
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land mile from
BROWN FARM.-40 acres of splendid a quarter l
a tissue of falsehood and misrepresentation school and church 4-room frame
railway station 200 yards from ;
fey.H provided he is quoted correctly. house with 2 fire places, 2 porches, house, surrounded by nice shad ". ,
"Acres are Found Worthless" Is the and ornamental 1 shrubbery; about 15 acres in cultivation fenced : 'J
third bead. The Inference here Is that MATTRESS: stables, etc. Cheap at $40 per acre, time on half if desired ,J
all the land'is worthless."Farmers '
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I are Compelled to Fertilize WE ALSO HAVE 70 acres of land in the same neighborhood, 100 'J
Before Every Clop; Cost is Found Enol'mou. is made of carefully sanitized cotton woven into layers of yards from station about 4 miles from Kissimmee. This is all good

." ,is the next startling headline.On felt that will never lump, pack down or become hard. The land about half of which Is in the artesian belt and is excellent fanning ,

this subject I shall deal later. ticking* is of durable quality and artistic design. The workmanship !j and trucking land, the other half extra fine for citrus fruits; 15 ', e
w "It Poor Place for Stock" follows, is by hand; only skill- ;, acres cleared, feinted and cross' fenced in a splendid state of cultivation '
r which is a misstatement The balanceof i ed experts of long experience in good condition for planting to grove; about 6 acres of bearing ,
.. the bead is not worth notice, being grove; 4 room house of. not much value. This property must be
words written to carry the newspaper's are employed. j sold, somebody is going to-buy a bargain. Don't hesitate, but come ,
atyle of beads. i I down. "
We sell The Princess un-
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The text begins with the statement / *****"* 1
that Blom Is a Michigan real estate der a 60 night's guarantee. 4( A SPLENDID PROPERTY containing 200 acres with railway

man, and he is interviewed for the express Ask your dealer. If he can't ti3 station on the land, 60 acres in cultivation, 10 acres of fine'young ,

;'i, purpose of holding the Michiganden supply you write us. J 4 i'i a7 grove just beginning to bear; large 8 room house with porches store \
'j n in, Michigan, so that he may get a : i building automobile garage, good barn and 80 tenant houses, railway "r
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t' .whack at them.* This .is commendable, Be sure to see The Princess. station on the land every acre splendid soil, most of which ia a superior ::
but in Florida we are not compelled to We guarantee it to 1 be the equalof I I quality of citrus fruit land. 'This property will be sold at a ,

aell land by "knocking" other commu- any, and the superior of bargain price and on favorable\II, terms of payment It is within two .,
nities. miles of a good thriving town of over 2,000 people. j
many mattresses sold for $15.00 or less,. Get Best for Less. 'fI
Blom "discovered" that no crop can .v%' -
'! be raised without fertilisation. Among NO.J G 620-acres of land located about half a mile from railway station -

i, Florida discoverer,he ranks with Christopher GholetinCunninghamSpringbed : and 2 1.2 miles from the city limits of Kissimmee. All good l land,
Columbus, DeSoto, Naraves and Co. good drainage, convenient to railway and good town. A nice little t
'j a few other gentlemen of history., *'" SANITARY FELT colonization proposition to cut into smaller farms and sell at a good
Now about this fertilizer I question ;j I Manufacturers, ATLANTA. GA. MATTRESSMILTON profit. This can be had on. favorable terms of payment.
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'let home .
us bring It( : .In'your city yovl
I FINE LITTLE HOME inside the city limits; 20 acres of'land inside ','

the city limits; on cross roads; property fronts the city, a beautiful
; little palace of a home containing 6 rooms; pretty front yard
with nice lawn and many beautiful flowers; all good land, fenced and ,
0N TAXATION ,cross fenced. A number of pectin tre considerable "citrus trees, '

some peaches; a large barn, good well 'with irrigation outfit, every-, :::,
thing in firstclass shape. Owned by a gentleman whose businesswill .
not permit of his giving this property attention. You will buy
this beautiful suburban home, if you will come and see Ill) :
LI ASKS PERTINENT QUESTIONS w.._ I

i* "< J____________, _____ __________ We have an opportunity to place a few' loans that are absolutely
safe, at very encouraging rates of interest.i

:To'the people pf Osoeola County: All kinds of Florida investments and excellent homes.

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'H 'DO'YOU KNOW that you now DO YOU KNOW that the production DO YOU KNOW that we-have

; pay for state and county taxes 27j of sugar cane is very profitable 1,600 convicts? x
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'mills ?' Besides special l School ? DO YOU KNOW that MILTON'S

Dis. and Drainage taxes. REALTY COMPANY
trY DO, YOU KNOW who Doctor practical proposition for NELSON

DOYOU.KNOW, { that those of Wiley is? Of course you do. He wo rking the convicts on farms and

''you who own cltv; property pay an is the greatest living expert on food .building good roads with the profits .. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ;
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,Additional city tax.*, products, and says sugar is the has won friends throughout the u'..n.
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the defensive? They will attack
with convict labor costs more'than DO YOU KNOW that he has .. '. . 'y
t-they may misrepresent It-but -. ..'
building roads with free labor? ': said of the Everglades: they cannot produce the figures to = .

If, cot; :'consider the ,figures on '"It is'not nece"ssary to dwell upon disprove it. Neither can they pro- -

ri: \ ::10P9'cCpvlctaf'? ; M1T E E4k ,the fact that with .cane produced at duce figures in support of their -

t Lou. of teveane'H" derived such'a.cost even'the island oj( Cuba ,"

from Uaw:*/ .?'. .'$281,600 00 could riot compete with Florida in plan.MILTON was born in the west- '-
i "'Cost', .fateiaice; the production of !sugar. There Is
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and
: ern part of Florida has lived ,
.. probabfy no other body pf land in there all his life. Stoves and Ranges I

.Z50,00000 the world which presents such remarkable '
I !l 'the MILTON has made a success of .
., possibilities as, muck -... "
his business and will make '
the southern shores own a 1I
lands bordering.
,:. Udwtatber-..60day ,, ' 'of business.
DO YOU KNOW that if some success
of Laue Okeechobee. With, a Jour
f .Sandals .., V 52 days "
.'SkWss 5 perc't 18 days i plan is. not' put. into.... operation which depth of soil averaging. perhaps, 8 MILTON has always been prom- We wish to call the attention of those'needing' '
LcaTiag'', actual,working will make'the'convicts----,yield -a-re- -v---, feet," and- an six ant of nearly half inently identified with the fight a Stove or Range, now'or at 'any,time soon,: t see"'\i,

.: days 235 pe.)'t.S31,6OO 00 enu 'an increase in taxation (Is ,inevitable 'a million acres. ,. with a. surface almost against special privilege; he is seasoned first our line of Princess Ranges. as we: think ''they ;

'WJ.icL'Jet.u Gaspar.. i absolutely l level, it affords both in politics and business; are the best-all our customers 'are'Satisfied that; "
witr free !abort; ? there Is nothing better. Also the Comet 'Stoves:".:
which .
'x > ADO promise of development' no man can say that he'ever straddled <<

r 1,000, ,, $1.50 wen per for23Sday day,... .:";. ,352,50000. YOU,KNOW that Trammel" reaches beyond the limits of proph the fence on any question; he we Guarantee them fully, and after a trial of SO days,: '

:it''L ' -1 Gibbons. and Watson are all\ advocating ecy." has fought for the people when he if not satisfactory, we will refund your money.
(,I::.*-'"chbcl: >ea per.,'tka.conykt was not running for office, and he Prices range from $1T.OO'up.' We'also)have
working the convicts on the DO YOU KNOW that the stateof
labor by' $179,10000>
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r., \ : will ,fight for their interests whenin other cheaper stoves. Step in and see them. 1\
roads Louisiana is successfully operating -
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KNOW to"iibolish . office while Trammel has FA- ,
DO> YOU, that with her ;
\ a large sugar farm "
< \'thep" 9 jnyiot\)lease;end pay: for the DO YOU KNOW that the rea- convicts. . VORED. Milton has FOUGHT. CASH OR, INSTALLMENTS ,

4 ,: 'maintenance of the Convicts would .son Florida cannot do; what,-Georgia The MILTON sentiment is
;- increase' r-l 74rl i ( Tf 'doing" la that a one'mill - DO ,YbU- KNOW of any reason *
axes mills? Mjr.Walson assessment' -.. based :on' practical; substantial, KISSIMM I: FURNITURE:, 'CO;
e i 'says' P rnills. See page, : In Georgia will build's'much why Florida cannot do likewise? constructive ideas; it is therefore a

,1422, 'House-Journal 1911.' ) : road as a three mill assess- DO YOU KNOW that one con growing stronger and will contique J.- E. RUSH.,. ..,....Manager..... ' ..
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ment 'in Florida, and that Florida NCif "
' DO vict can cultivate 10 acres of sugarcane to .
+ yOU 1 NOW that to work'thdconylote'oqroadswtU grow.
Is as.large as Qeoi'etat" OPBRA itoua.. hTfA R.N_ W-DKPOT-J';-
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1 ; \ ; render. Read MILTON'S Platform. In : Vj:

;necessary: ';'furtherIncrease; Inyorar.taxes DOfYpU KNOW; .that, ..Floridaownatrnorethan JpO.jYOU: KNOW that 10 acres. it he !gives details about his G00D \ a

1e; ... for''!material J,;machinery,,'. a million aores;of."''.of.,.sugarcane. ';-will--' yield.. $810- net- ROADS,'CONVICTS"and', TAXA-. ,
1 + : :.muies,_enalneers'eto..? l land iri the..Everglades'? ''profit? 'j' *'TION ideas;:, - -
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r THE :K1S8L81MEE VALLEY GAZETTE:' \ .April 12.. _: "

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(' been carefully and thoroughly f organ I1 meI Suburban Home
VYateen Is
Confident., EXISTENCE OFTHE bed oa the most sclentlflo and businesslike

!;,' JW- Watson candidate for the, principles. In Its handling of 23J' acres of land adjoining city limits

1 w; :; >Crtlc nomination for governor} the citrus fruit\ of the state It has of Klsslmmee, drive right of hard road C1assifiedAdyertementj

sent Its.agents throughout the entire onto the property. About 225 bearing

\: .from, an extended trip covering CITRUS EXCHANGEIS country. and, dally\ reports are receive* orange trees, some Japaneese Persimmons I? '
; Orange
Lake, Marion and on 'the market conditions at all points.In Peaches'and all kinds "shade
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Advertisements are a .eated under this head the
at
counties Saturday and Is rate of 8 Ue> t.
this manner-the Exchange Is enabled
enthusiastic over the reception he to determine'' where the beat and ornamental bbery, flowers anda per line each .insertion
delightful home: Six room house ._ \ .
AT STAKETIME -
given NOW market, for the citrus fruit of the state a

do not think there Is any question may be bad In this way It avoids the large tables porches for bonus; 8-room cow.servant house, FOR SALE FOR 'SALE-Forty acres high .rollior'I

ft'X' I will be high man In the p'ri- '-r--' great trouble that Individual shippers and large land near station on main line of nit..

said Mr.. Watson this after- HERE WHEN IT ,IS UP., TO experience when, they all ship tp the chicken yards'and henhouse. Very de- road! twelve' mules! from Kissimmee.
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Not only the business element CITRUS GROWERS OF STATE same point In the belief that the'market alrable-h m. with city advantage'' and FOR SALE-Four mule,.. aud 14-tf two Small part deep muckrTor gardening,.
rest finest
citrus
TO conditions there, are betterthan yet enjoy the freedom of country life.Price fruit land; no palm'ettocs. .
the.farmers are lining be- DECLARE THEMSELVES. Will Mil all at $30
up somewhere elie., with the. result) that M.600.. Time $2,000 if desired per acre
on
..-.Tb4t-ptppl.waakl.u politics FOR SALE a few stands of Bees in on easy terms or will divide. S. S,
the market- .$oo< .. Phone 260. '
business in the affairs of MEETING t'-n w-patened 'hive ,- good condition L ._ .8-tt
ON 18 Frequently
gov . APRIL, drops out of the'price.. N.\A.Clay. Box 667. 14tf1SIXROOM .,
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and"that'is what- I will' give. under such conditions shipper' will Orange Grove. ? COOK'S STRAIN, thoroughbred Buff

s ,a Convention 'at Tampa Will Decide not make .the"expense of picking and Located half mile from Railway Station Cottage, large lot. locatedin Orpington eggs $L60 for IS. G. A.
\ Watson that fruit and the'freight block and a half of postoffice; nice Gilbert. '
stated further he Whether the Florida Citrus Exchange packing his and one mile from town of 2,500 8-tf
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( citrus
fruit
electric
t : charges let alone profits., This featureof young trees
he 'would Is to'.Continue.Tbat -
get as
many
80
people acres splendid land with and bath.
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votes in '-' the' Exchange Is''one of the most lights Price $2,850. 'IL FOR SALE-Three rep Idehnr.. .One In
Leon county as any of the d about 15 acres fine grove nearly all in M. Breaker &; Co. 8-tf. Eureka addition $600: one In Lllly'aattdlUon. ) 1
: other candidate the time bas come'when H I* Important of Us organization, and by t
to citrus fruit the shipping at the right time and to theright bearing:, about one third of grove In fine $1.600; one in Bass' addl-r
"I up .the growers of FOR SALE-By : ?. W. Bass tion '..Waters
2600.
am glad to note said be. "that Grape Fruit, also some. Tangerines owner &;. Carson Grocery -
.\, the borne late to determine whether or not the place the prices have been Itep.t' 8 lots. 60x133 making 150x133, 8room Company. 51-tf
people are uniting for me, Florida at'a where Exchange Peaches and other fruits besides excellent -
; Citrus Exchange hall continue figure every cottage for $500, $225 cash and
{ .', and furthermore, that the people over in exlstenqjand shall continue shipper has come out on top. shade; and the entire tract is $12 per month until paid for. If you PYRENE tire extinguisher for gasoline .

'the state realize that the East Coast In its work for the general ,,improvement The Florida Citrus Exchange and splendid property: as much as 40 acres wish to see the property-'phone No. fires. Get one for your launch" auto

has never had a governor or a United of the citrus fruit Industry of Mr. Temple have been severely critlclsed good fruit land; _balance good farming 73, Kissimmee Fla. Property la or garage and be safe. Sold by Geo.
N. ,
I \ 'f States. len.tor. and to this' state the opening better on the attitude taken last fall land house about one mile southwest from depot Saunders agent Kiaslmmee.. 37 .
|, ate going help up .of one: two-story and a ti-nanl v Also have other house and lota and

't us out this time." and broader market facilities and the on the green fruit situation' and the house, packing house, stable, good well four tracts of 40 acres each cheap, '1' '

1 Mr. Watson Intends leafing very eatabUshment ,of the Industry on a energetic campaign waged'' by' the exchange and ect. This property n be had'for six miles ont 2-tf MISCELLANEOUS

\ .' soon for" another This time he solid footing where It will fear nb against the shipping' of Imma- $10,000 of cash
I trip. on payments $2,600 and WANTED
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\ : competition from any other section of ture fruit out of .the state. In this WE-Have listed some of the most desirable buy to 20-acre( orange
} will travel over the West Coast, speak' and his asoclates $1,000 per annum with <6J<> Interest on property on the market, both and grapefruit grove, with some raw I
the state, -I I. the statement of R. P. action' Mr Temple land
: Ins In the deferred This and 'which offer additional.' 'Addreul..lrivlnK'lowest
important city at
M-; centers there. payments. splendid grove county we -
Burton sales of the Florida In the Exchange felt that they were
manager
I price, Lock Box 656
This he will deferred'p the lowest prices to be obtained. Birmingham,
trip estimates will take about all and .
4 of the pay support
Citrus .exchange speaking !In behalfof w rJdnlJ-for) ; the.bests Interests There Is no padding of prices by us, Ala. > 13-4t-p
'. three weeks. On his return he will General Manager W. C. Temple I Citrus fruit Industry of Florida arguIng a family besides, an'easy, way to every piece of property sold at exact ,

speak in Jacksonville and Pen8acolat :- who has temporarily if not permanently : that fruit that had not matured step into a large dividend paying prop- price placed on ,it by the owner. PENfcELL-agent for Sayman Soap

I t i '; Miami Metropolis. withdrawn from the active fully and ripened could not be as erty and fine home with good markets. Write us your requirements and we and remedies; Ordway ,Plasters.

( management of the Exchange and is sweet and as palatable, as that which Schools and churches handy with but will do our best to please you by

i At the Pastime Theater. now at his residence In Winter Park had'come' 'to Its full maturity and small outlay of cash. showing just the kind of property' you GET HI: N. BRATTON. to arive your,
desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. :24-tf -
"Alabama Grove.'* therefore the consumer would not find Nelson Realty artesian wells. .43-tf

'i L Under the recent change of management In an interview granted The Times the Florida product t as Satisfactory as __ _Company FOUR-acre orange and 'grapefruit ---- "

l the Pastime theater has been 'Mr. Burton outlined {the situation very .U should be and that the rival Interests Don't Read This. Often. grove, with 260 bearing trees, WADE the tuner. Orlando, .''

&: made one of the beat moving picture briefly by stating that there has beena of the California citrus fruit shippers "Hi!, mister." called the driver' of a five acres muck and ten acres pine I-'

] I. show houses to be found anywhere.The growing feeling among the officersof would have the bulge on the 10pal ,. huge dray "wUl)) you kindly' hold my land in cultivation, thirty and one- AlTED-.fbe sweetest thing out for

( picture machine Is of the beat the Exchange that the growers of producers by sending their fruitsto boas' head for ins while I get down?" half acres unimproved! land fiveroombox your Rirl-Fulle'r. Greeme Candy-

and the state have not been granting the 'markets In the pink of condition. The pedeajrlaat' hesitated. house land good barn and. welL The fresh from factory Kissimmee Drug
type at licensed films
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present only improved all under fence.
good
Company.
Citrus will be "Well. I'll do best be < 83-tf
observed .
the my
Florida 'Exchange amountof All these features however t
of the This the north side of
k'4 very finest companies are used. property on
f support that is necessary for' its thoroughly discussed at the convention approaching gingerly "though I. don't I East Lake four miles from Narcoos- FOR nice
hot
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The from or cold lunch visit
change the
f\ pictures' formerly continuance and that the growers to be held in the Tampa Bay Ca- know much about horses. Er-which see, nine miles from Kissimmee. next to Postofflce. Lunches room ,

used Is' most striking generally have permitted the Ex. sino April 18th and It will be then one shall I hold?" Price $4,500 2.600 cash balance one phone calla. Phone 164, sent.,.U en'

l' On Monday, Tuesday and ednesday change to go ahead with Its work that the citrus fruit. 'growers of the "The off! 'un." replied the driver. vear. H. M. Breaker.;& Co. .,

nlghta of this week there' was given and build 'up the1 -market and boost state of Florida will be'asked to determine "Dear me! Poor thing! exclaimed AGENCY FOR LUNCH ROOM-The place tor a nice

f as an added\! attraction a series of three the prices while they have remained whether or not they shall act in- the pedestrian "Do you mean this reasons for selling.SALE-Good Penrfell.pay.. Agent.good hot or cold lunch short order meal

4, lectures bv Mr. Scott Leshe. The lecturer outside and reaped the benefits there dependently or through the Exchange sad looking one?" 8-tf or oysters any style, visit the lunch

t had splendid views and his talks from without selling through the Ex whether each man shall ship his fruit "No. I don't!I" cried the driver. "! room next to Postoffice. Phone orders

said the off 'un. didn't I r' KELLERSTRASS White promptly delivered, Phone 164.. .
were short and most change. Without the financial' sup wherever fancy dictates! or whereverhe Orpington .
( interesting. port of the growers of the state the thinks the market conditions will "Yea I know you did," replied the Eggs $2 for UiL; cockerels $2 each; 9-tf ,.1
Every effort is made by the also White Wvandottes
management Dustin
continue to exist of whether the pedestrian testily, "but as I wasn't at
l Exchange cannot be the best, regardless FOR fresh .
to add to the comfort of the patrons his parents'' funeral how the dickensam train, eggs $1 I for 16, K per 100. fish phone .the Roll Base .. 4
and the time has come when the Issue other fellow Is shipping to the same Pinedale Chicken Farm Box Market, No..th9. 19-tf "
.4 t:, and that the new order of things must be squarely faced and settle point; or whether through cooperation I to guess which Is the orphan?"- Phone Izl-6 rings. l -4tpd 43. 0\

S; i U highly appreciated is shown by the *!. If the Exchange 1s to continueIn and organization the Florida London Answers. WOOD per strand, $1.2Si;; five strands

r fact that the theater Is crowded at Its work it must have the supportof fruits will be scattered abroad over To Escape Appendicitis.A FOR SALE Thoroughbred Pointer I .75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. \29-tf :

I i 1 every performance the citrus fruit growers of the the country 'In a systematic and scientific simple way to prevent appendicitis Pup entitled to registry. Price $15 MEET me at Kissimmee ,
Drug Co.. and
T. L. Harney Orange Center Fla. It e
"., state If It baa not that support, it la manner where the best results was recently described by a well we will get a drink of the best soda

!' The Talent Tea. doomed to financial failure and dissolution. may be attained and the best prices known physician. Every night and You'll never regret if you subscribefor water made. 81-tf .

obtained. On the Action of the convention morning he advf.edgo on your knees, the Gazette.

Mrs. A. B. Jarrell and Mrs. R. M. Speaking on this matter Mr. Bur. of Florida citrus fruit growers bend backward until you alt on your FOR dressed poultry, phone, the Rail .

Evans heels, and at the same time bend the SHIP produce to G. W. Judy A Bass Market .No. 89.
entertained the Talent Tes Society ton said: "The past three years that will depend the fate of the Exchange your ltf
of the existence upper part of your body forward as Co.. Tampa Fla. Write themfor : .1 I
the
Methodist church at the Exchange has been In whether it '''is to continue as an ..
far as possible.' Do this six to ten stencil 49-tf MUTTON fresh fat and' fl"..' at the ,
M home pf the former last Friday after have demonstrated Its efficiency 'In agency representing all the citrus Rull Bass Market }_
phone 189.'
noon. The feature of the afternooni handling the citrus situation In Flor. fruit interests of the state, or whetherIt times. You may vary the exercise by 119-tf/' ,
For
i a musical contest ]Mrs. Evans ida. In the face of the net results. is to be' discontinued and the trained standing with' heels together and toes Member School Board BLUE RIBBON, Ice Cream, best In
1 am a candidate for election
aa member
polnUng straight forward and then town. Kissimmee '
playing snatches of music and the however It appears to have been corps of experts scattered to other of the School Board from tbe Third flj.tr '" Drug Co. 31-tf
more of a success In the marketing of fields of endeavor or possibly Into the looping Into a sitting posture until and aollolt the support of the voters in ab.
guests writing down the names of the the knees touch the cheat Do this Ucmooratlo primary. Havingaarvad eight AN Intelligent person ma 9100'monthly ,.
fruit and less of success In getting rival producers of Cali ...
a ranks of the. : In this ospacitr I r..1 that I am analided for '
airs: The prize went to Mrs. W. T. growers Into the association. Also fornla.-Tampa Times. also six or eight times slowly. The for the po..I_. W. W.CHANULKH. No corresponding newspa ,
pen. canvassing Send for
Crawford. effect! Is to stir the par.1icuinl
up Intestines In
there seem to be a feeling on the Notice. $ Frees Syndicate B 2SS45.
\ Refreshments were served and of the the neighborhood of the vermiform Lockport N.Y. -
very part of the majority growers
SUICIDAL WAYAn
: ;t\ pleasant social afternoon was enjoyed in the state that the Exchange Is an BACK TO OLD appendix and to keep It free from the Sealed bids will be reeelved by the Board of .

,. besides adding to the funds of the missionary organization composed of a small obstruction which Is the primary cause their County sect CotnntlMlooara regular meeting of Onooola May Sib County 11112, low at ANYONE anywhere can start a'mail

. number of ml'D with plenty of capital Interesting. Letter From the Es- of appendicitis.-London Answers. the hire or ceunly _"Iota. All bid. lo be order business at home.' No canvass
:;.. society. peranza Fruit Company. mailed to R G. Johnston Clerk Circuit Court ing. Be your own boss Send for free' "
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.. their time and .
,. who have given .moneyto KlHfllmmer. Fiorkla.The booklet.
sue. Tells
I ' of the Exchangefor Palatka Fla.-To the Florida roninlmilonHrs nerve the right to ra- how Ueacock A 2144, U
Commission for the building' up Lockport N. Y
Tampa. jeot ant and all bina
Grower While I appreciate to some .,
j the general benefit of the grow.rs.and : Datid April UC.JHRJttst

Jt: Tampa, by a vote of 1,575 to 675 that-tB growers _are not under degree how desirable It would be to ANNOUNCEMENTTO ft.0.JosaarowClerk.
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1 ,' adopted the commission form of KOVernntent any obligation to sustain It by putting get the large growers .Into the Exchange THE PUBLICI Notice to Non-Residents. ,FOR RENT
.. M" -what a gain it would be to '
at the election on Tueiday. their fruit Into It. There seems to

h '. Mayor D, B. McKay was re-elected, have been feeling that the Exchange control a larger percentage of the o
r'. with Is a philanthropic enterprise fosteredby crop I never for an instant conceived antes. E. Dsve.'ompialnsnl.veebare) .. her -
clear lay
a majority over both his-op- hereby announce to the public .
that such a calamity to the citrus .. Charles ,
these and that It Is only necessary Gallagher and All[ Other Persona
men
Itl ponents. He had fought the cornmls. the themselves to industry of Florida could occur as I that I am located in Kissimmee Clslmlnn an Interest In the Property. In Tula FOR RENT-A-, modern 8-room ,, flat,
for growers Fla. I am a first-class mechanicin Bill Described Defendants.
'' with all
z>,' lion form ,of government! through his wish It well and avail themselves of the dissolution of the Exchange. all kinds of construction work. It appearing by sflldaTlt' appended to the bill' W. B. Harris city conveniences Gazette office.: Apply- tf to

:, paper but declared that If it was the market conditions brought about What does Itall, mean anyway This I can build any kind buildings lied in the above staled reuse that Charts

1 adopted be would,do his best to put it by the Exchange In disposing of their season we have been adding to our you may need large or small; or JOT and Darned J. Chula am Gallagher non residents the of defendaotathureln the (Hate FOR ,RENT-Slx-room house partly

Into. successful operation. fruit to the outside operators. acreage on the strength of the Ex. any kind of repair work cabinet of Florida, and whose realdenoe unknown, furnished and a'arden.l in S. Kissinvmee -
pa
j' have advised of work porch swings or 'In fact end that they are over the an of 21 rear: It Utherefore near sawmill.' John
." "With this view of the case the men change I some my ordered that aald non-recldent. defendants ,- I Whitney

who put their heart, soul and purse neighbors to do the same, and they anything. be and they are hereby required loappeer ,,1 -2tpd $
Under New Management ,
: to be bill of complaint filed rlu said f I
( Into the' fight are getting 8Om.what'w. are planning to plant additional treeson .Drawings furnished ordinary cause on or before Monday, the sd day of June FOR RKNT:=A Isrgetf-room: and F
. of what the Exchange buildings. A. D. 10U otherwise allegations of said house
The Kisslmmee Lumber assurance .
Co. mill ... of this spirit and somewhat Inclined my
beautiful
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bill will be taken._, ..eeS by.said defend spacious prounds on Main
i a, after having been shut down for two to feel that the Exchange hall means With the Exchange Estimates cheerfully given on ants. street, in North Kissimmee. Price.
I we'eka marketing1 fruit but out of business consider a depreciation all lines of work It Is farther ordered that IhU order 'be'pub "925 month. Nelson
j .f-I'j, for repairs,i a. commenced( to been a'.ueee.a: In lished ones a week. for eight conaerattve weeks per, Realty; Co. we.
:. cut lumber again and is !in better shape' has been a failure'. In convincing the In value of our grove-property I Penna.for) lived In Pitts In the Vsl ."' Uaaetta newspaper. publlahad(. ... 12-tt '
the Exchange ,that It of 25 per cenk- very, moderate burg,, the past 12 In said tunuly 'and Mate, < - N
outside .
than ever.to fill orders for all kinds of rowers eaUmate the Jo../ years, and am thoroughly competent' 1 hi. Ai>illlllb, 1811.. L. FOR RENT-A large ..house and. five'
Ia good enough for them to market .at (8".1)) R. n. Jonxrnn 1
material. It is also under newmanage." to do any ,line of work. Clerk,Circuit acres of ground inside the city limits,
t ment and I solicit orders for house bills through- While I do notknow what I have had my feelings toward the Can give A No. 1 references as to W.- '. ..... ., Solicitor for Complainant.I ouPetition 16-84 about one mile from the postoffiee.
Temple If going to do, I do know that "outsid4" growers; who so thoroughly ability and moral standing in all Nelson Realty,Co. 11-tf .

and all kinds of l lumber., Will give you be has participated In this feeling and appreciate the advantage of the Exchange 1 my former places of abode. A for Sub-School District. I.

prompt and efficient service, and willguarantee that the convention that has been called to them a* well as to.the Ex man that will deal with you strlcly CWrotfi County Fla. April 1. 112.' FOR RENT-Earl property consisting' ',

: satisfaction.' .' I for the 18th of April Is to give the change members but a* &om. of the honest ,and Ightforward in To the nomimbi.. Board or Pnblla 'Instruction of 20 acres of ground 14 miles .from sy 'Ii

"' j tf. R.: May, Supt.. 16-lt. growers of Florida the' opportunttytodet outsiders! are most excellent and respected every respect,,' ,t.Glnllamcl.-'te.. and fur Uarenl.She'ounly underatgned, Florida i qualified'wlor the city limits; also 15 acres : r' ',

rmine'whether the Florida Citrus friend of mine I"have felt JOHN H. DASH .' that I'.T M ear .*n real or perenuaj proprrty 'the" city limits.' Nelson Realty; Co.w , ,

.' A Chinese Exchange is Justified !Jn Its existence more confusion than resentment. Why .nd. ,ai** po..h ..ita l.lha follow dearfbedubnv.Ms / 12-tf.
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Party P.O.1Box144; Kissimmee Fla. of Ih. rrtMMjr. to-witi Beg"Innlngraal
and/ If so.' whether or not they propose in the name of common sense we do stlr. much..f. I........ lewll ne; from Lake WE WANT, to sell 'em cheap ,Ten J

!{ JV At the, >.eme of Mrs. H.; M. Pfann to let It live or die. If they propose not control T3 per cent,. of the fruit I __ i>Oit what K..t U't..h..t"known a .E'-'l f.,
,' ?' Monday, /April, 16, at 8 p.''m., for the to let It live they will.manifest, Uby do not,understand. The commissionmen oral to Mat L.t.y'du.ksilg.ilbene.fol-' . P/airy/ Company.-' 18-tf.
used to ship to I h.>w br atotftt EaoS lk* Toli'.... knllaa; lo the
tl.e M. vE. their fruit. I were honest '
church., '
.t :ifceneflt/of/ .Erery'Iwdy signing up ni.rth' h..r. arv'Ins tM VM-'MHI Tw.sly.tight FOR RENT-Two room' with bath
I" cordially Invited to come',and help "It la a case where the grower must folly believe; and without I the' Ex.ch.nce uta.Tnw..hlpTw.sy-dv-iet's.. v:..n "('Rai>'Ka> either famished or unfurnished.

at < cast his lot one way or the other and I would go back to them.'andas ; Tulay (:nte..t}.thence art, lo.. r..llnedlv.du.gbaua + Ck In. Price <
) rats and lice. Admksion fee. lOc.Ccme Tamilwin.. J9l i''I'Ud.iy (:.1o)! >ee< reasonable 8. J.
I I Com.alL '" upon his decision will depend the fu. I to that trouble 1 have do kick.' but ''I..h 10...(,if ioit..: tbut a..ws.ttal..ka. 'bonders, Mabbette street. 'It ?n
: onel )Pure Louisiana 'Ibnopr... .. Ih.... hi L.w tla tn ,
\ comparison between the old a! ? >sudriinge
as to I
\ tare success 'or, failure of. the citrus 1 any : lolHHwk.Kga fat IK 1's'4 erg,.. '
industry of the state. (The enterprise haphazard unbusinesslike and suicidal 1.:1 r iM,ifallltlo.I: ., rear L., FOR RENT-Modems-room'hoes' *) In'
.' ne Sicnals. 'main etonj. lo eel .a.l...* **" to.4.4.rm..i center of town; 9SS.60 per month., -
baa carried out to a successfullsue. way of doing our marketing and the . .' .
'I '\. ,i. been Molasses"l wbnlier IIM ...... M-r>Ut autidivklim. P O.Box 431. -
No .' Tb. record -will be :presentedat Exchanges-well: I. though'We bad ,.... ....'1..y abed "-.DOr. .1.1 h. ........., ; 16ti'Order
'Cet
Ward :\.l., tral"portion l of city, 'V d.itat Mu the...,......nevy 1. r and enl re'. '
,' ,-on long blase of w "tI*. this coDveutolu showing sftccesa- reached the Mecea'torwhlch: we bad /KB a "ilMrl.H M* lurih. ..>-<.iMlv. .. .....i .( ..Ys Of',Publication..
Waru No. 2.. North Kicsimmee,' two ful operation of the Exchange and The been hoping for ao many years. If we pubis fir .ebuutsw-ihIu.aetdl'. Slut, !.Circuit' Oo.irt', BoventhJndJdal' tlreeB11e' , b

lono ttlssu *>if wliMtlw." J man..ment'wUl haTe BO apologies to .bave to jult* there ,I wlll l> be I;[ enough aepeelis rile a hrh we- wtU seer- r.i.1.: % eeola CoaD',.Btaue ot Florida.la ",ai.'.fMryJames *r

h '., Ward NM. 8.\ South Kissimmee, three make in. ottering this'.record. "It will "fond renet....l when 'It U too late'lying Jams :and JolliesDibble""Sori, Wit..... .....M J M *>uarp> E.D."... Complainant.TS Chsilva) Jov,, '
t. Charles; V.IIa&ber..ll4 All
Pfcrwe fUltnIns -,
-' C.; Penn .
sung: bleats ot whistle,,,' t g-tf: be so clear and convincing that everygrower ; _around_ loose' .toi. buyhalt? the, .f '-rrV- Jol.n p-isle. lkcrsnb,. I, an Interest In tbe Pr"p. ..rtT In raw Hut
who'win .listen' to the record groves tn Florid. (' IVP.rH.1 JAH i Dnaorlbed PeA du".SIB to Kowovs O, .skl.irrosnTltla Ii
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Niceticme I Closeto'lake., and Had the statements It contain Last season the Esperanza Brand J. Olmmnno .'> l>.rl'tUiM, TO All Whom It May Ooooara]' . q
may arrive at a rational conclusion. gained .28 cents per box over any past II O Panty : . v II appenrlBs; teem, the sworn bill of mm..
No. 460-A 'two rn,"A with' 1110..... e*.. DbU. tnatraotlon la plaint. Ik la eausa, that ......>
yew -room cottage .It Is ease of "Dsh cat:bait or record tor prices; this season we will '.. .. .apee''
a go aniwr OMriwlk"""It" i' a;2nd day of April. sons intereeled. Aba property la "W. l la Ut,. 4'11
f large'lof>. 60x164> feet e eb, splendid ashore. better this by some29./ cents. With ISIS.! W. /. BB.aa suit, t-tha than tha known o..lrari.nt.| ... hS,,
l"" : ...-....... $ : that tha nameaof nab ,.
prrnuna r.seres.ds
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1 the extinction of the Exchange a
well of artesian water" fifteen' bearing To men'whi- her followed the operations we will ,Broadway I are unknown too. cuui..li.H'II'. suits.a rlial .
,, orange trees. Call and see this proposition ' of the Flr>r'rt' Citrus Excbtnire look for a slump,of at least 50 centsto .. ," la prayed in said... ..> vuutJab'S ...alB.aueh ..

.' Price 1200. H.' M. Breaker : durtnx:! the' three years of Itoexlet.r.i. ) $loO per lor: -well. It I* gimpy Inconceivable. . Notke.. It Is unknown Tbrrrfo-v dc'viiiaM1 ir-ivol.*: "T bat .ll .irnl.. a-)

v' 'at Co. < 16.t !", there!lajhnt rne solution of That I la lust how we feel Notice is hereby given,that\the Tax elomMga.IntelmdIn ana. tw ibe'tW".wnq ,eI

he'..''tratl"tv aril ;Ibat<<. "'* the nnquea- i atout 'It.. We thought we bad found Homestead Notice. Books of. Oseeola will close OIH.i.ceuMs.OIriu/'r deai-rlbwJ p O.H.ITitu.u.*.e.10 :| > .
- -, to' county on ... ..................... .
Ann frornd ender our feet Thw 'h Masher pserlMet
a'l the
Honed '''>'T e't )growers ft lbert 'il .
>> Hurst7 1' m".t nf 1'* tt>'Hnr.. May 1st. C. L. .. ..
PIne' Home. thn tlt ) nM their' In on'p"ton! with j If we harp-to, ro tuck; to the ,old u. *. I...... Ouumsit. (i.....''''!11''', .....01<18.I l -3t BANDT; 6k.IW lo. ...10,,arsat> 'r..*..u t.r.r MHiiu"S P...,o.t.l>Mia Mfaleen T
Very, pretty .horns) of large rooms! : fce.rr'rrf\ In ,hn."!ii"; ffe Cirrus blessed 4f1) way/we wfcl l at least have ]tprU.,1.12.' Tax Collector.' t..nina t.-l do' .....Ca a./.. '''_1''.'''.''''' -
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< thai
>T Jnan.K II Oralaj- nTr-s-asif-| | [-]- --.j It'I ue'.epMlti..M rein .1.. a.... _,....
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in ,..f n"orid'" eeQ pnttn'1! yon petipiein) ; ,thinVfdr Improverncn.t : ..'-,. .., WlUlor.' irt.... ... .... MAll .. '
.1 nestling preityjoung pine trees;vast roH Industry m July i III. 11110. M a>. ttt dui>.A. 1 III.* .lIMo. .>i b "front Hudson ''Street It OUlald.E' .I
on just .
; It+ '. a., T. .n.Mp SI soatn. .. \ .;'li"iriun:r od....I;, That tbJ. / F... ,
.. i' sty limits cverloolilng The ."-"''!ion' "Ir fnto" them, It I lint MS U, where, we can n least de Ka..a. M V.Hl.n..b_a+lartidian hs.nled dog Ilcrnres.wete- due' March lit Irrnl.w.duse"CMk l"j ,......". -It'! '-
city; P..tt7vl.w
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n..in*..f inlra-KHi !.. >..ktf Final 'Commute.13n ., ...... ....
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the l h
f't1'eDJrth" !Ie *TirT'Jr I'li \ of,lak+klele> Jtu can ri j< y delightbla'lakan1Tr : 1 ''' I ,..". ...-.... ah claim to the)land ..DotsomMnedl.ful.th.CnuotyJadIi.alx and I am now i-oiteviira' tame.: All i iulu-bi. In _lot Q.iy wl,iie.oMaj, thw""M'! "! "f hCv.,, 'ir'r. eqd the It you''As any m.II"l'I who wl'Irhoiif ,..- dogs must LeUl'al'd., and. any fouioi<< .. aa.J- u/gw..ral.IvalstWs. to 'sa"' ,
', .terr' PI 'uay.IJI'fo..m.J1 "'t'tI""ri."n: ) of v.r.,....... y.sc"q 't"tr"JI' 'more heartily find honestly for *:*-. K or Ida. o. tbo ISth day of May.1913.1 running larK. wiiliout livvn: ..e I...... : '

frrevahitk' .n,'j*t Us,;*nd_ trucking; f f jJuw .""' rvtrf tbij!"*i.rrew f i lh. ,F1orda Cl"u. .Exrtisn! "jhan our ,.>Claimant" lam Moon names,of aa Whlttler wllneeaea, nOl'id"1: 'Will /w taken, up/ arid 'If unr u .c-I I.I'''''Mueee'lba.... ..'4.".Ilom.reLle.... suet. so 01.W", ...._ ps'klsc.. .kt kif"a

Fina healthy Iccaticn ia good. nelcbbor< ,.frt.l *>rV e?: 'rt \ OS'nPyeff'.pndG fi:**.II.- reivewe. ,wlll''"bll' nfeatM to I meet'h4M' te.McGl.edofWhistles: rlorida7 within 24 houia wtll "la- .t..t. u4toft ip."l. ..Ni 4a)..-..|!ut--l -.-.t er.e.' Ctxaii'\, "
J' : ; ,. w : : rUM, f.. $I.W far irM/.a" snd $2 tO Jut iwmale. vwirt I':.. U4.liUi Good.Pnc.1,360. I'M ahtI.hind
,, ';erd'eee o( thectberJfello ( < Sincerely, --JobnH.Balsden.of WbltlerfLenin. ,, I' K.-'w 010"0". .
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Slgncd I S. G. Warner Treaa. :
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;April\'12,1912+ THE'K18SMMEE YIILLEYj'QAZ1' :: ... {
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Pa it
,>lre '..&
!l; Knock: are Refuted. per' 1,000 while the average for cities '\.

", above t 6,000 is 21 per 1000. r - ,
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J 'lot. '" "
Blom frantic "the '1" " ' '< ''11'' ,
,(Continued; from page two) Mr. gets over mosquitoes BENEFIT I.
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of monstrous size which are ,
F 'be will cOme back and place an artificial 1;
all in his imagination. I, have seen ,>>
fertilizer the market that will do i4
,e on I. more mosquitoes In Michigan than 1 ev- 1.
I f the, work, his fortune is made. He CONCERTAll .N),.
here and saw
ell.a&w never a monstrousmos9uito ,,
,
f (, probably meant commercial fertilizer :
,, in Florida-In fact most of iv' :,\
I' 5 but a man who'hlUt made such a thorough them are little >salt marsh mosquitoesso ..' >"
',, fn..Ug.don'ugbt to know what small thai the wire netting In Florida mouths open and sing"Of' v I t.
>,i' he is talking about." ,-
4 sjftner than in any other section of the
Sit' Mn Blorn found that it cost more,to ..
j United States the hardware
-so men
'"j fertilize an acre any one year than it where did you get ":,'
If 'the
I tell me; mosquitoes were no J
tycost; to clear the from a Michyf
stumpage i monstrous," there would be no need Jj
Your last week's
Igan-'farm. I know of a firm that grub
of this fine netting. r,
'spends a million dollar 'a year for ad- Mr. Blom says hat a northerner does And save a $ or 2 ? S ,
*i vertUlng. I know of a man who draws ."
more work in one day in the north than
f :$100,000 a year salary. But the firm !
he do here in a week. I am just r
can; ,
L. the I it down
_jgt returns to justify advertising quoting him as you have quoted him to got at the w {
-f .....tfie".alarlcd man is worth the salary.
show that his liver'waen't working right ',.
/ Why is not M'j,. Blom honest and tell of Poor man's store
when he was Interviewed. The hun of I
,' 'the return from the fertilized fields ? 4
dreds of thousands of northerners in Where the rich are tradin' .'
rain not going to burden your readers
Florida must certainly get busytheyare -
with figures but ask them to look, over I'
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losing six days out of each week. too. t
; the files of any paper printing market
: Gads if they did get busy'and do si$ 1J
'report and note the prices of Florida I
times more than' they are doing, we J
products foC the past four months.
would have all of Michigan here insideof We always want new customers. l'
< Mr. Blom found the entire absence ofT
, I1't f lockraising, and yet it was only two a year. Groceries We have no trouble holding our old ones, because treat them, : "
"The cold and
nights are damp and
,
; months ago that.stock one firm paid over often frosty" says Mr. Blom. And 'right," and the goods we sell to them are of such good quality
$600,000 for the business of'one
company located in south Florida, and yet one-half of the people sleep on open They are all coming that they are sure to come back for more. r I* .
porches, and the other half always have /
this state ships solid boat loads of stock \
their windows Really it is a satisfaction to ,I
open. now
*Cv to Cuba{and South America. He did "
to know that the nights I
ATA .not say that all It cost to raise a native i are s
cold.\ That's knocking Florida from a x .
.
steer J Is twenty-five cents and that is WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S
different than usual."One
angle
for the brand at rounding-up season.
And that twenty-five-cent steer brings frost and the entire orange crop

"' :tie stockman from $15 to $22 on the Is completely blotted out" says this Osceola Hardware Co.

,{ hoof,in 1,000 lots. wiseacre. We had probably twenty
frosts this winter and had
LMr. never an or-
Blom in his thorough investigation -
,
f learned that one could raise moregra.u ange frozen. Phone 250
Quick
Delivery
lot "The roads are nearly Impassable.
on a city in Menominee than
And yet there are some 5,000 northern
on a forty-acre Florida farm. Yet he
motorists down here this winter travel- 3r
.did not state that we raise thirty tons
the roads from Jacksoville to Miami
ing
1 Japanese; cane to an acre and it I Is + *+ M"H I+++.I .| I I I I ''I ***++
L worth *SO a.ton; that w. raise velvet and to Tampa, and to Tallahassee and

,7 bean,beggarweed cassava, para grass, they are still moving about. Yesterdaythere rHli P R ;STONE
left for Springfield Ohio, a young
3Q toy beans, cowpeas, and other forage
f*" crop which are richer! protein and lady driving a touring car, and she ar-

< carbonhydrate than alfalfa. Take the. rived at Jacksonville, 265 miles distant, OPEN U.I HE TUI LEFT-OVER SUITSAT ) !
I have rid- .
in two days' easy traveling. I
velvet bean-It will grow on any .oil, ---
and will make a patch so thick that eattie ; den hundreds.of miles over these 9m.passable" 2.50 to 3.60 per sky. -n
roads, and the autos make Special by week or month.
have to begin eating on the edge, '
; like into a haystack. The velvet bean from fifteen to forty'miles an hour over .. W. THURHAN. mp. N.B. rOHTH. agi.We ::1: YOUR OWN PRICE -

; .will grow to the top of a pine tree before them. +-n-++++ i"HH"H-+.i' i ..M.++++:4.:
it stops. After the cattle have As an example of fine writing and an
\ are asinine investigation, Mr. ___ _._.U" __ _ _______ ONE-THIRD OFF
bad their fill, hogs turned into the example

patch and they eat everything, even Blom says : "When they arrive in Flor-

the roots and vines. Then the man ida and see for what they have spent L. YON} DOlOR$ ;

with a plow comes along and be turns their money they find themselves abso- l, We have a few Men's Suits that
the residue under the soil, and it has so lutely without funds." I should !Judge

; ''enriched the soil with nitrogen and humus by that that the land jumps up in their were left over and we are goingto

that no other fertilizer I. needed. faces knocks them down and robs them sell them at actual cost.

And I desire to reverse Mr. Blom's and eats. the! money they brought with I

statement-that there can be raised on them. Real Estate Look at ,these prices:

n* acre of Florida land enough velvet There !is in that paragraph the whole .
c' bean to vine front $12.50 Suit $ 8.34
put a on every porch thing in a nutshell. A halt-baked nobody

, in Menominee through which the sun starts down here with enough 10.00 Suit
6.70
$ cannot penetrate and the department money to pay his railroad fare, and

r. 'agriculture'at Washington'will bear when he lands In Florida he has about KISSIMMEE. FLORIDAC.W.GRIFFIN IS.OOSuit 10.00

roe'out In this assertion. twenty-three cents capital lie then

Dairy products. ,he says, are astonishingly expects the brass band to meet him at .
high. We get our milk delivered the depot escort him to an orange grove These Suits were left over from "

w from dairies' for ten and twelve cents a and+tel] him that he has been presentedwith the past season and are mostly

quart; we get our,butter at Elgin 111.; the prpperty that there Is placed

prices, and Ice cream .cost ten cents a $10.000 I to his credit"in the bank and ,_ light weight suits.

plate. We are selling worked-over trust that he will have a pleasant time. .',,,;;J'\':il ,:''. I;",;' ,,\ .:.. ,'

butter' today at thirty-five cents per After a few ,more, "welcome-to-our-r Staple_ and FancyGROCERIES " ::'.' "' :I''P.; "( ?;; ; '' ', .' ,'i '".",..'b ;Iri\i; \, ,

pound (and best'creamery for forty city:*, stunts the crowd goes back to ''''\ _ltrIII"'j'' 'i'(" ", ,, ,'" , '' '. \'(:." it. :
w 4' '
tg .. cent What are your price in Menom- the depot to wait fore the next tramp. 'I : '; :\" ',"'\ I':"','j"'nr'Jli't&.,\\h.\:: ;; ; : '
l 1 in..f, wakes "
i Then the half-baked nobody up

.a Mr.' Blom states that many who have and finds it all a dream and he hikes H.
C. STANFORD
y bought 'farm find them from forty to back by the ties to wife's folks and CO.
: sixty mile ,from the nearest railroad spends the rest of the winter telling the Free Delivery to all Parts

3 terminal; As our railroad terminals gaping multitudes of the horrors and of tbe City:

.are Jacksonville' High Springs and misrepresentations of Florida.
!' Tampa. this ''.la possible, but many will Mr. Blom is fearful that Florida Is to

'read it;"from nearest railroad.",and have a reverse. 1 would advise, him to I
_,_ .. ,.
'. there,are no farms ,being sold forty toT save his tears. It has managed to get -- .. -- .. .

,.alxty mile from a railroad. along fairly well ever since 1528 without -

I* Mr.,Blom says that raid road lines are any of his sympathy and will wiggle : i Solo so., B. A.I,_.. P.... w. M. F.rr.ll Vic.-Pr.-.. .',.d Men c. ,W. w.,_. $_. ...<1 T......
*,1' ,.tewin,the state which i Is not borne out through the present crisis. The ;

in>the railroad" map. He also found He states that the northerners are OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY (/he.) i

\ ,one'orange grower who Deceived no now leaving faster than they are comingIn ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY ,

' $ money for', his earl of oranges, but-had which' Is the'only truthful or intelligent Planing Mill and Novelty Works

', to pay the railroad,, freight charge In thing he uttered, if he was quoted
i 'excess of the amount the fruit brought right In his entire diatribe. We have

In.the market., This is very: possible, nearly 600,000 tourists in Florida, and ( ;
but>> he should also ban quoted i '" *' J i .1
some fifteen by April 10 most of them will have returned JOURNALThe j [
thousand other orange growers. It to their northern homes. Don't ".4 1f '

I._,)desired: ,to be ''fair.' He should have worry. They will be back next winter ...

' {"" ';quOted C.S., Blood of ,Manatee who and come 600,000 strong- Biggest Newspaperin oC fj ,/ +j'I', 'H f It&'r 1{
received;$5,000 for the fruit in his ten- And they will continue to come so longa 1 : & '

'acre ''grove--and didn't have to pick or the Lord i I. so kind to this part of the /SouthThe 1 '1 [l1 '"

pack an orange.. ,He should have quoted the United States, and the grower will l& ..
1 the Florida Citrus Exchange.; whichahp prosper so long as the north hi frozenup regular price of The Atlanta .1-41:1': !

( ed a large .per' cent of the entire ,for .five months In the year, and Semi-Weekly Journal I is 75' J ::S' ::, I I: f' ,

t' crop, of, eltrus. fruit,;,and netted the that will probably be for a' year or so cents a year. If you will send us ''; -1-1 .'
'1 grower$2.25 a box for,' oranges and your order you can get l it Rpiaro I

$3.5A.aboxtor'grapefrult. He'should yet.Mr, Blom should feel ashamed of him- I ; .9.., V II I.
I .
f. have talked with hundred who realized self. He ought to go off In dark alley the Klsstmmee :k"l J 'to 'F"" \' r

1 r'1,." $5.00, a box.-tor1.01'&llgfll' and '.- .,' , .. fti
$7.00 a and ask for forgiveness. No man, not A.4..r.t, 'I ,/ .10.- ' wr. ' ,
< & box for grapefruit all through this sea even Ananias, ,ever told so many untruths Valley Gazette /hi" with H ,. : rf' ,
wiR elite JUI
' -y. set 111"i.. and a ..,;';;.. .pm'.d an,.. b..ldu : ;
r .i
son. i \ In such abort WILL
: . a spacs.Respectfully and t3a.e SAVE yOU FROM 10 TO III PER CENT. w. -- 0. ,.It '
priMIte..w 'Aa' _
tit' so eons ,.
,|Ur.' lom"teU"about, a few instance l/aJpp r_ loo4 dinca" .--. ; "'-I"', "

'i :In t Everglades': district where land G. F. PROWTNSKY Atlanta l) m1-Weekly OSCEOLA LUMBER, COMPANY ; I ,_ I
4. f was sole before it was drained, and the'' 113 S. Delaware ave.,Tampa, Fla. ;: Inc., JORIJEE'

b Everglades," .. ''wDl represent less than one-fifth of the

.+ ,(, entire acreage of.the state. He didn't Truck at Kissimmee Park. both oxxo -jreevr: .

,i ten, that this land was a* drainable aa Mr. E. S. Ktmbcr, of the firm of Bargains for the Buyer. "Hunker's Corners." New Bungalow.:, ;

r Abe entire, Mississippi valley and that Kimber &; Barnd of Kissimmee Park FOR ONLY $1.75Send The play "Hunker's Corners" which No. 461.New' 5 r>:
; 'the.c1n.1nace'WOlt 674 acres of land located midway between room bungalow on
the,,:; is still In progress to have
I was an appreciated caller at the Gazette was been given on Friday of tot 60x142
feet
located within
) and will, be Completed in a few years. I office on Thursday. This firm has about *Kissim'mee and St. Cloud on Fish this week has been postponed one weekon blocks of Broadway the three

.He; did not tell of the hundred thousand I thirty acre of land at the Park on In Your. Subscription -' Lake affording many beautiful beach account of the political meeting street and in one block1 main' buiinesa +
' new families that have come into Florida sites for cottages. Less than half mile of. Osceola -
1 which they have been experimenting which la to take high
ti place tonight: The school. Price 1400.;
It within two?;year* and are satisfied.He1 with various crops this spring. Mr.Klmber from Flag Station 2 miles from Rail- Ureoker H., M. ..
& Co.
Right :
Away young people who are to take
I part in 16-tf '
j.I stoply,quoted a few ne'er-do-wells, state that he find that all way Junction: and 4 miles from good

'f i were failure in the north and are fall- kinds of crops will?grow splendidly To ibis taper, not to the Atlanta County Seat Town. Marl road most of this amusing comedy are ,all capableand -

a :sires here, and".would be failure 'In Par- there even better,than they expected of..the way between.Kissimmee and St. are practicing faithfully. The pro Truck and
bi' Fad; !...> when the 'experiment pegan. They Semi.WeekJT Journal., : Cl Q& 'There is highhammock,- high duction of this play promises to be one Citrus fruit land.No. .

!"i i Be then t k..up the fever question have onions lettuce radishes, cabbage pine..flat pine rich muck'and beautiful ofhe most interesting entertainments 462:'Seven and one-half acres- f'M:

and does not Investigate In this instance Irish potatoes beans; peas, and in fact prairie )landon, this tract, so 'any one the beat truck and fruit, land in Sir'.
'-J'mON than ,he, investigated other nearly all varieties' of truck. They .. fire Siigials. can be suited. This tract can be sold of. the season,'and there will, doubtless immee Park.;, ,This land i I. In proximJ-; l
s.4; ,conditions.: 'He should get the solid l divided 'into liDaller be a large attendance. The i Is ty,to the Jake:, Call
United have. four acres,.of 'eueumbera which Ward No. 1. 'Central portion of city, aa A body; or comedy .on us and we will
..States'mortality:statistic and discover are-doing splendidly from which. they one long blast of whistle. '. :/"L .-_- tract as desired Price of entire tract full of laughs, and anyone who is ,so put you In'touch-: with the ,owner;,you

that: 'tH'ct.aU.l'ateln Florida ;Is lees will begin shipping next week; Messrs.Kimber Ward No. 2.' North'Klsalvmee two Part .'\ Favorable-tarsus of payment. grouchy that he cannot enjoy it need can,deal direct I ,with,JITbll"prop;
,'V !faan',.Its/many, ot.berltat.ea: including & Ward No. 8.: play win be
SOOthKlnlmm./th. acre., f ven at the '
; ;and, that !in Tampa it la.8.6 place Bay view:,Gardens., long:bleats of ,,-hl tJ. 8-tf, < -.Nelson- )*/Realty'Company house from what land Jli"thll locality I* ..<
era Friday night.April :
: 19., ing: for. HM, Breaker & Co. '
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April !'.:. "f2:. .., "THE."X1 i M }:' VALIU'.QAZ; ii I; i.-. w. 1f !" *..<. f \

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I *",* For Tax Assesson 4 t" .. .

Ibavedsolded to pl....car aam. before thevoter :: r' -',,'
*of OaneCla County for Ue affloe of TaxAaeaaaor. .-
i.afl ahonld be your choice la the prl 1' ,
anary I( endeavor to all the office faithfully 1l'
'and lo the. beat of-ray .blm,.. Your support 'VOTE'.FOR

wiUbaPPr'!'.Ud. W11J.1A111.Repeotfull ,URDU i 4i i 1S!

t tt '
;Id Treasurer
:For County .
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BeUevloc tb.tI have folded tb..ruot of thapeople
of Oeoeola aoanty and have aatlafaotor.ilv DONEGALFOR ;
performed the dutiee of the Uoa, 1 now
solicit your aupport! for reelection.For : r
.. B. 0. )11.....&. y .

'f''
Sheriff.. / .
1 thereby announce myself a oaoAlldata 'for
Ut.olft"" 01 Mherlff of Oaoeola, oounty ., the -
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3 coming primary If elected again I promise todoraydntv .r
:
i iI opDortu oliclted.fearlewly. and. impartially.O., r:. t''VA'I"r.Your, '

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ri i Sheriff. StateSenatQr ,, .:
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\ 'Ihn-by anaonnce myself a candidate for .
the offlc of Sheriff I of Oaceola County,enbjectlo . .{
the. aotlon or the Democratio primary. II .
tooted 1 pledge altbtul dlacnarge. of the du. ,
&1 lea ol the om.... U I .'JeGIiA N. ,-

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For County Commissioner e I a ,, ,
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yT4a At the aolloltatloa\ of mr friend I hereby 1 ', r vy
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BBOunae that I am a candidate for county com' I ) i
iaslnuer from the 4ih district . I cobs,. If chosen &<>all the office t promise .. (.( .
10 lo mr duty to the bait of my ai.llUv, without
miner faro, favor froui any source
Respectfully. R. &. WlLLlS. ,
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'<'M..i: A, I

For ,
County Commissioner ,," : y. .
t hnr by announce myself a candidate for
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c onnty (lommlaalonrr :from: the Fourth die.rlct <"
i of Oaceola" county. I wish to thank the l J
MOI'1*for thelr.klnduejis'lu the past and soltuttheir ,
support In the future It elected pie faithful ......... and personal attention tobednttoa I
of the omo.*. O. K. BA... .}

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For Treasurer l 5'd .1
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I hereby announce layer.11.candidate for the l '. i ,
r e om...of Count Treasurer, and will appreciate 6 t 1 t
'h.support of the democratic voter. .. the : 1
pproaobloa prl.." S. L. LUPFER. ..
GARY D. LAND15 ,,' a r <

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Tax Collector ;:
Candidate for State Attorney ,f'a r
During my term of office aa Tax: Collector 1 I I (
ban given the work my peraenal attention' andtervvf yry, .
Seventh Judicial Circuit the people of Oioeole oountv to .the beat ,
$ y e Tir of my I will be a aaiKltdat for releouon ;' '
?and if my work In the offloe baa met \; I ; :
with your approval I wl'l very much ..pprec.I. .
ate your...ppo.... Very r'eMoofuBANUY.. 'k

CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNORCOL. t

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For Member Board of Public in- "

struction.At "
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'h..requ..t of my friend I take Ihl 1I
method of announcing myself m candidate for .6
he office of member of the School Board for
.>_. JlatrlctNo a, Oaceola county and reapec'ful
<:- 1 I, ask the support of the voter of my district
< aa.the. oomio prima y election.
JOHN U. BAIBDEN. S
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For Me-nber Board of Public In. I. '.,
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struction. ,
a t tr t .. ,. fA
for M.
hereby announce myself a candidate ::
k reelection I aa a member of the achool: Board Y
from this the rirsl dl.trlot. subject to the ....
lion of tb. Democratic. prim..,. He:'is of the and knows their '
WALTER C. BASS. one common people legislative need ': 3 {

"'II!. He'is: a large tax payer. and will work for tax reform. I Iw .

For CommissionerI I Osceola County. is entitled the this '
County to name senator time and DONEGAN is O" !

hereby to the aonnnnc ofllre :net Commissioner for reelection ceola's candidate. ;

.. From District No 5,and reipentfnlly solicit tho .
support of the voter. In that district. ,
W. s. PEARCE
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For County Judge.To ,

the Democratic Voter of Oaoeola CounlT,

Florida I hereby: annoance th.t lama candidate for .CHURCH DIRECTORY 4%:
.,I reelection ma Comet Judge of O-eola County
r9 Subject to the actloo o' the Demoeretto Prams ry
/ hkr I .11101'.1 thank you for your support la Lb.pe.L -
sad wIU very much shpry'tste your uP- -
port again OW. F. PARKER BAPTIST.A. .

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;:: J. Holt D. D.
pastor.
For Senator, 19th District. 4r
Sunday 2
To the Democratic voter*of Osoeola conntv: tt-4 ". Bible
I hereby announce that I am a candidate for School '9.45, A. m. fifSr
re-election a* Senator' from the luth IJUtrict, Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15p.| m.
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u Meet to the action of the Democratic primary.I
thank vou sincerely for your support I.. the B. Y B. U. 6:45 p.; t ;f." j- .
past,and If yon approve my leglnlatiTa. record,
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Communion .
1 respeotf ally.solicit. your' ..' aintln. Sunday.! ftw1 ,
., -Louis.O. MASSEY; trr Monday-(after 3rd Sunday).. .'

Woman's Miss. Union=Devo.,3p. m.

For State AttorneyTo Wednesday--(after tit Sunday);

the Democratic Voter of the 7th Judicial Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3 to5pm
..,. Circuit of Florida :
hereby announua that t am a candidate forrttappointmeut Thursday- r.
aa state Attorney for She h }
Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida subject a t' Prayer meeting 7:00 p. m. ,
the action of the Democratic primaries l ln ; Visitors always welcome; /
Audi 1917! Yon have honored me with this
offlce and I have endeavored lo deserve. rourconfldenre K
In me by doing my duty to the beat '
of my ability.If PRESBYTERIAN.
rvappolnted, I pledg you to do all. In my
CROMWELL power lo uphold law and order in our'Cirouit, : 7l S. S. Snyder, pastor. '.
GIBBONS with prejudice for to mute and with falrnes* to aliThankloff Sunday School 9.45 a,, m.-A. S. '1 i
: you put kiada..J.. 1 reapeotfnll/' .
.. ,.. ask your' support again JOHH v. JoM_, Nelson, superintendent. 'a GEIGERCandidat.
D. *
r -" I Elate AttorneyMember Church Service U a.:m.and 7.00 p.nu" !tf

ANNOUNCEMENTSFor ..9.k'tg Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m.' for '
pool ,
of Board :Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.00

p A.roaecutirtg4ttorne; .
m
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At the aollcltaUon of my friend and voter 'I Adof
Clerk Circuit Court.At I sin a candidate for member of School Bard Visitors most cordially' 'tnTlted,t .al1
In the drat district. If elected t promise to do W. Ai McRAE . . .. . : Osc.olarCoanfy' ;
the urgent solicitation of my* friend* all In my power. to reinstate" free school book ..,nle,,, ? "'.. .L
throughout_county,I hereby announce my In tbl*oouot,. F RAM K 1:. COLLIE I' -, I r lasso
self a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court -, OFT' J
taand for Osceola I'OIIn&.t tbeoomuis pri COMMISSIONED METHODIST, -For d-e
mar 1 wtnb to thank the people oriholr : J +
klnii support In the ,I...'..and solicit.'...Ir vnp.port Member of School\ Board H. T. Gatnes.; pastor;. ,"' *rb" ''; aunty :*>>,?
AGRICULTURE
la the future. If ilected, I ol. TOT .
r Sunday, School at 9:45 m.-J.1..
faithful. aervlee. and pi tonal attention iu the I hereby announce tnraolf a candidate for reelection .. ,

,duties of the office.. hwprrtfully-J. L. OVgR.TRhET.!; Board for to the the second offloe of district member Oaceola the county school. .' Over,treat, 'superintendent ,; 5......,: .-__.*_ ,..._;_ J, ,

ipldgeluthefuturethe aama faithful atten. Preaching at
11 wiand
services : 7:30
Slog to he luienat of the schools of the county A candidate' succeed him ,, ; ;
. I that I have endeavored to itlve la the ....... to lf p. m.

, For Tax Assessor Respectfully, It:,E,BROWN Campbell ... -- Junior League i p. m;, .. 'I G

.. I hereby announce myself can'M date for IB* -' Senior,League Wed. 7130 p. m.Gett. ., */
r--mtfe of Tax Assessor Oereol nnnniy, and For Prosecuting Attorney A native Floridian: .
I *e*|...otfnlly solicit Ihe anpport o the voter la prayer ..uTleebu.:30 p.'m.
, tlieapproachlog Ix-raocratio primsry: thereby announce'tnyaelf' a candidate for V
Holy eoimnonion 1st
He T. I U'U"..... the offloe of Froeecutlng Attorney of Omeola ever Sunday, ,"
county, .H.D. QEIQEB. You are cbrdrally' Invited UJ each of
-, 'A business ,
who will C
man : give a these services.-; "" '

For Tax Assessor.I .- For County Commissioner. business administration _. i.tT'J k1f'

hereby .:;souses myself a candidate hat :A*the rollrltalton of my friend I hereby an-
3 the office of Tax Assessor of Onooola "county flounce that I am a ttMI County Commlailoner CHRISTIANv\ ayI V
4 and solicit tha support of th..aer.In ths ape from the" of Oaeeoia A.. M. CbUbplm. pastor. ,
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ptyaohtB.Demar.Usprim.ry 1 f County If elected?I will endeavor to do mj .', ',_ I
; itf' K. A.? NlBMSVta.For duty. at all time J. K. UI UARD. He will ,APPRECIATE, your. Preaching at 11 a. in.:,and 7.-00 p.; Ire : ,., 1

Bible School 9.45. m.:':-C..' Eo'Yo.aU : fc

: ..iv.T;WEST. ; For, County Commissioner. : support in the coming I superintendent: J.' IL. Harrls,'assistant i ,

.' 'Tax Assessor, At the solicitation of many friend and voter ,primaryfor I superintendent:.
i 'Caac'ikte'I'craAttoraerGeneral: Dl hereby ; I have decided to become candidate for .., Christian Endeavor I
annonnoa .
myaelfacandidate '' -tb. every Sunday;
County Commissioner
from
the Heeond Ula.irlct. I I ,
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th "Jl': pffioeof Tax Aueasorof ateo.I"u"1.. tub. If elected.I will do"' r full d"ty. evening !at CKWJp. m. -,
J act to Ut..11I of the Democrarle .. _
voters
.. l, '' '.native of the'state has eonAng Ihe RAYMOND v. ... tI&t.:
H. a ; primary and It olectrd I promise to p Grayer meeting and ehoirpraetie..y.STY .
rive ray personal .......out to tv,,ry ".....11 row ,t/
beret.t in tile active practice of the'law Sale Thursday at 7.15 .
,. uected with the office V. r. CItEL8 p. tn,,
.? For Supervisor of Registration '
for ten years, has served in I No. SOlr-An attractive home In Pine iIEPISCOPAL.
I t
hereby anonac mjself a eaadidete forr.
election to the cabs of Bupervloor of Regie dale. This property Jast talde of .
I' the House of Representatives and ( *
For Superintendent of Public ,tratton and will appreciate the support of my Kev. David D. Kldd, rector. 4
friend.. city limits on high ground House is
C. W. GKJrnJl,
StaU' Senate* and is In accord with Instruction. ,-' two-story and contain eight rooms, all Services every.second and fourth Sun-' J5 t

the progressive spirit!: of the times. t hereby annonaoa nvaelf aeamiirfate. orthe For County Commissioner.I plastered and bard Ml{, finish two dIrT at 11:O0 .. m. y-- ,. -,-, ,
offloe of Bnperlnleadent of .. tine well and Communion 2nd Sunday at
blio InMroctlon candidate for reUleetloa porches, large barn. This morning ,
.. . ea County (
; t I II I I of Omaoaeouusy.uh"""*lo tha will of the ComlDl..loDerUOllt DIMrlct X'o. 1.and will ap house I. located on a five-acre tract semces. yT \ .
_. Democratic voter at thif coming primary,aod preciate the mpiiortof the voter of thy dl.- with beautifol .'i1. SlURPHiJv. '
view
.' of the
: \., if alooud will devote.mv' eoilra time tn the trios Jf re-elected. I "'I\1I.la lb. future a* la city and Guild meetings ivery first Tuesday. ,. <<,
datiee of the offloe. QQOUICr.. the past nut my best effort to -Oaeeoia lake,. Land is adapted to citroa traits '

:., $ lor( $2' perACra. r per Ho nth$ ofriorkla In the front. rank o. the progressive, &., L Lkd1 aunties-,EY.: and'had 'for trucking.$3.800"on-This very7avoraM':t?ropetty -canr.t terms., ,0. Honda" Maps, M; v. .for.theo! '!'oJ' j'.I_ : ; t rr''

.,':., Will iDtroduea customer to owner and TJpen receipt of 25 at'the ;
, cents cOUNTY
..'Bay a Saatord celery ....... Ptowtaia arteala For1 Member of ,the .Lea'l laturt. For Executive Committeeman. let them ,deal 'direct. H, M. Break Gaaett. office a Valley : jupcTETt! ,
of FlorMaw
; well aaaraateed. B.k.irrjRsib., 1 hereby .1I110. .,... aa e eaudii'atalor & Co. pocket map
.u.. ........ I jj.n be mailed to address of. Osceola l County t .
fla enlnawseed.abslL..v.rdbtHct, ofnra of Hrprvm frwn ihl* 1 am a eaadldata for Democratic;; any in the
; .a.. ......... w......... rail- Ira........* the FlorMa. LfeMloinra, a..bwt lo'tb.wL1of Commltleemaa from Precinct No. Executive 1. Unite $tates. We. can also furnish I :. "i ..1:
ti.np x Oari,liberal aatre>ct ...'-..1.I tha Dean cralte vn coral the nomlnr: primary J admit the and repwoUnlly SHIP your produce to U. W. Judy 4 ef Oaceola Subject; to.Demo eritie, Pricilrryi.of .
aapportof the at
4t,', M..rO--,ay *vt TlUa *..4. A........... and ask tbs nppo I .-f all the while voters oj. this pmriai la the oomlnt prima voter el C6..- Tampa. Fla. Writ them -for win maps be rlad to county t1 each.And .i' !':I,'
Via. 4&i4 lk.ooustr, B. CLAY r"---).. estimate on sectional Apr oth.rrrr )
BOM BOIU& stencil map .
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7p THE JUSSIM.MJE: 'VALLE} .

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Circuit Court Slat of Florida., .. .B..DICKI1tSO. '
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I I.. 0.. 0. f. II; M. pfann and George T.8lne! >altory.Complain.aata Gall lt''for Democratic ] PROFESSIONAL J I
LEGAl4.ADNIRT1SEM1TS
y .. Primary
for charter members for Os- Circuit.vs Peter Osoeola Paul Defendant County.-lo beventh Chanoery.It .JndUeial T CARDST Irilftclll.ItIII"WMs '7.

rlaLodg, ,JSIo., 74. 1O.. O.. FM closes ; ; appearing by affidavit.appended to the bill Elections WMOI..SAi.a AND a'att..
Sr filed In the above-stated cause that Peter Paul. e..t' '
,fon April IS, 1912. the defendant therein named, la a nonresident of Pans Cement. Pir ; r' ,
Letters of Florida. and .. resident of Berlin In RIVERS, M. D. Clay teri
'' 4-3t 'A. J. M cDoN01JQ Sec. Notice of Application for the aisle M .
t the stele of Georgia and .. over the are of twen Hair Building Blocks! Ho M
Patent and Incorporation it la therefore ordered that aaldDonrealdent The Democratlo Executive Committee of O* SURGEON ", Piers Chimney
ty-one
yearef and ,
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't For Sale defendant .be and he !. hereby r*> eeola County in the. elate of Florida, her .by PHYSICIAN Common Blok Sidewa
Nolle la hereby, given that the undersigned qui..... to appear to the bill of complaint filed In calls 'and provide toy the holding tit a I.me.cratlo Tile, '
VIrdealrabt.. 4-.roomeottag. will applr to the covernor of th* utate of Floridaon aid cause on 01' before Monday. the nth day of Primary Election, to be held In compli.anoe'with Office CJ w..r "11 sC'1'l I Is t'b IIII)1KC7I 3 In.'Tile, 4 in., Tile,.. Dram '
1: t No 229-A' thef"th day of April, A. l>. 1911 for Utter May, If IS. otherwise the allegation of said bill ; the laws. of the atst of Florid. acid i-keldtttice, 11i3lHoNNs eta cypress .AoCk'
located ,within on* block of patent Incorporatlne; KlMlmmee. Nareooeeee and will ... taken .. oenfeesed by said defendant.It t rlmary to b* *o held In said county of OaoeoiaIn : I Lath
.....t Coaat Hallway C'ornDany. under the follow* I* further ordered that this. order the >tot*ol Florida at the legal polling placeIn : : { OI.Ut'1H. !! Xr motto Is .and small pronbi
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vOs.eola county court house, in beet residence Inc propoead charter and article' of Inoorpora llshed one a wk for four oonaecutiv. : ; each election district In saId couuiv durluK good work and wood Qult. Call and "
died In the ofrto 0-. ..... the hour fixed b* law for th. holding of flea aatiafaol ,
House I la tfon. a copy of which baa been the Kiftsimmo Valley & a newspaper. published K".thl.n' .F
section of city. new t lortlaC .. lions, on 1udav, the 80th day of April A. D. ?
ot the aeeretary of auto of the awta of, In said .... .. 10. or, '
"ceiled t.hrouaboutcity;' water; lot 73x W. V..r41..A.f.raon.. This March XUth, :-r"ld. < IHIX for the nomination of ai'| Democratic can : 'WINN way and Midland R. K. Phone 'Ul.r .I.,
8eal) R. O. 'ORNI mIf' dldatea. for office nutlonul stole and couut7.to W11L. ,
J47l feet. Price. $1,250. Let ua show ,*> John M. Lee.E. .' clerk Circuit tourt. be voted for by the Democratic elector'
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the general. election to'be held November. ,
L. Leiley, e 13 y Elisabeth Johnson PHYSICIAN ,
this cottage. H. M.. Breaker' &; Co. W, B Maklnwa Company. Deputy Clerk. 1HI2 and to be appointed by the DemO<'ralin ''j' "
13-tf H C SUnford O. F. Kribba. Solicitor for Complainant. J8t governor. of tbs slat! for the uuiulng two. I KIsaIMMELRiaibstelc -
McCooU r..... PIIONI, .... .
W. A. .oKIDA.Ornolli
: 4. aiiLa sijatanv *kaflaa r:' ;
Arthur K. Doneffan. Notice of Executor.In *ao>>KD PBIMABV.Provided PpONS II,. ... ',

H.Hunter Flemlnc.loOnd Company, Court of the County J ttdge State of Florida' that'n aeoondpilmarv. when nec- "M. TILLER tj ;

: BULLOCK( William H Lynn. In r. Estate of Tempi A. Minx. Dead. 0"" .. easer under the provlslona of Raid ,laus.. shall THOM SON : .
S. Harry w, Thurman ola ('ou..I. ,.. b* beldon' Tuesdny, the XNih day oOJI..s':' 19i2. FaG.
M. Kala.Motulluuch' Notice Is hereby iclven, to all whom U may to choose between the hlvhnsl ( ,; j Real [Stat&4ency. I If .
where nomination ahull not have been msdeby
& McCrory concern, that on the let day of IIarch A: 1>. 'J'
WI:.!. I shall apply to the Honorable Oeo F.' Parker ,majorIty vole In the fIrs primary ......UUIl. : and SURGEoN: t'
PHYSICIAN
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Article ot Ineorporatlon and Propoerid harteq ,Judge of ..Id Court at Judge of Probate and at the _find prlmwry election only' such UMnMMMWMMMmMMMVSWM |
ESTATE ..f the Klulmmee, >areooew* and Seat Gout for a final dlFchsrg Administrator of the elector a* were qualified 10 vole, the flrrtprimary
\trk. REAL Railway Company eatntoof Ming deceased, at election shell bo permitted' to vote . ; Residence 126 4 Realty bought and sold. ,! ',
: 1i :1.w rD..u Tb. Democratic calling 74 and 3. .
themietveaUnrether KxerutlveVomiptttee Office Phones
*m.**...*%%.mmm %% %* Th underlined hereby auoclate the anmx present toyfoal '
for the purpoee of becomlna Incorporated sa admit trator of said eatace, and aak for aid primary election lu compliance with aid -'- 4 Houses rented. : ;

INSURANCEExamination under the lawa ol lorlda.. and under the-their approval.Oated laws hereby declares the terms and condition ltD. D.: WIEtfENGA Taxes >aid and Titleever..' "
following proposed charterlArtkl August lit. A. D J.I1. of such legal elector offerlog to become candidate D j '
C. A, MINX. or towroto at such elertlon. are to be 4! ified for nonresidents.Fire ,
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tTh regarded and members ot Lb.Democratic VETERINARIANSTOCK ..
ft Admlol lrator.
6-lmo mo
of Titles a name of thl corporation ahall be KUalnt- :: a.rJ"sr: entitled to Life and Accident In. .
and Eaat Coast Hallway Com participate and be candidate for, and vote at TREATED Loft :
meg, Narcooaiee< surance. .
pany. It* principal office and place of builneiahall fiotico't ExeputQr tor Final such election ALL PISBASK8Mttnt .'
of Klaalmmee, Oaceula county 4 Indemnity Bonds. "
be In the city
Specialty. Discharge.In QllAUiP1CATlO 0. &LEcTOIIIL.-_
: In the atat of Florida and branch offlcea Day Phone $17 ORLANDO. FEA.
may be eatabiished-. elaewher aa may be dealsnated Court of the County Judge, State of Floriila, ,hose. and only those, persons shall! be permlttod < phono is2 ._ ____ .. .
by th. board of director. In re estate of Martha A Turtlugion deoeaaed. to vow. st or pnrtlclnite lu the mans Koraent .Y IIAF

CorresDondence Solicited.FLORIST OacoolaOOUDI)'. of aaidprlmary: election who are white _.
4' . . Article II. Notlfeli hereby given, to aM whom U mat Uemooratlo: Vfector", who declare their adherence B. N. L. BRYAN
Th general nature of th. *** to be trana- concern that ou the I0th day of ..a"J.A. I> to the principle and organlaation of Ihe ID
acted. by aald corporation ahall b* the onatruo- 1912. I shall apply to the Honorable "''eo. F.' Democratic party, national, state and county.
lion malittenane and operation. of a railroad for Parker, Jude of .said Court, aa Judge of Probe'e who are by the law of tbe state lawful electors DENTIST I
the transportation of naaaenirera and freight for a flnsl discharge aa executor of the In the district In which .&h..1'f.r to vote. .
from /.........- In aald county of Oneeola.through . estate of Martha A. Turlington.deoessed; and who have paid their poll taxea legally due Squires Building II Tne "Qme'Baker
aatd Oeceola county to a point to be designated t bat alt he aame time I win present. my tins" within th* time required. by the law of the New York Avenue
by the board pf directors ..... Valley extonalon of the Florida but: Coast their spiiroval.Dated :. shall, when challenged by any elector, make ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs Railroad either In mid Oaeeola county or In the : .November 10th A. D. ID11.H. lo writing his oath before an inap.oiorthat be .
neighborine; county of Orange a dlatano of O 1I.1t1t. did not votf agaInst the nomliuei of the Ian i Man'
for all occasions: about fifteen ..Ilea. -- 40-lmoOmo Kxecutor Democratic pitmarlrs for the national Hate 01(. J. XV. SIMPSONDKNIIV1 :';

Potted Plants and Roses a TTtsTB I Article III.The and county onirera.

caplia'itock of mid' corporation ahall be Call for Democratic Congressional LIlT OP. orricn TO CC ra-uto ft DEMOCRATICmiMABY l : thank the I dti-1\
specialty. On Hundred: Thousand Dollar
;of On Thousand ttharea of the par value Primary.To Each elector In said "Kul"I\ .! patience during the rush for
MISS CALDWELLJ. to vote in
county 1.--u
Phone 83 JEAN tlOO UO).
of On Hundred Dollar tb. Democratic Vnter of the Second Con 1U.lll1ed
all of aald capital stock may bepayable Florida In said primary election shall right ", '" "" tl' : ... Biead. In future' we will
or
Any part either Hn caah or in property; labor Inoorporatoee. or. Ihe KTeseional Campaign:: District Committee of ot the DemocraticCommittee to One v.te candidate In acid primaries for ('resident for: of the UnitedStales. Or-riLr mTeleul 'I ",- ;I i :.it'.. .I..j u.i."j'; ?. have a larger variety of goods .
valuation. to b fixed by the '
services, ala Just of the Hemnd OonHrewiional, Di- .. No '1\ Inn ft, Ivr"pR. on hand.
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or by the board of director. at a trial( the State of Florida hereby..... notice candidate for
and th* judr* One representative to oougre.sfrom
called for auch purpose *
qeetlnsr as follows Hot Rolls Biscuit
director.a to the the stale at tar*;*. Cam
W. THOMPSON' mont of aRId Incorporatora or hall "be. First A primary election for Ihe nomiustlonof One ceudtdt for congress from the Second W. W. CARSON
value of auch. property labor or service a Democratic andtrlst for Congress from eoDfcreasloDal dhlrt,. ) and Bread and brown) '
conclusive upon the stockholder and all parties maid district to the BlxtT-lhlrd C"ongrens of the Oue Candida. for national cot mlltecmaniie . for
dealing with aald corporation. United States will be held on the 80th day Of candIdate for governor of the stale of DENTIST Breakf.t
ArtlclolV. April A, D 1 12rjecoud. Florida. I Cream Monday and

-This oorrxiratlon ahall Kiat In perpetuity, ucla election .for should the nomination there be a of failure a Democratic In the court.One candidate for justice of the supreme Office over Cole's Jewelry Store Thursday and oftener

,r : FUNERAI4DIRECTOR sooner dlsaolved according la law, 10 candidate the .Hlitj.ihlrd lor Congress Co from ogreM the of said the district United Our candidate candidate for for attorney aecretary, of state.One I Office hours: 8-15', 1-5 I if called for.

,' Article V. States a second primary will be held ou the tidldau generalOne Office phone 168!!
for of Cakes.
and The bualneaa of the mid corporation shall be ZBth day of May. A. D. 1JM2fhlnl. One candidate for comptroller.state' treasurer. Residence 21DERBYSHIRE. : Also a varet1
..... ....$- election, of Democratic
conducted by a prealdent. on.or more An a new One candidate for slate uperlntcndttbt of on
,1 dent*. a aecretary and treasurer and a board of Congressional Commute' for said district. will Putllc instructionOtic al
< LICENSED. EMBALMER direetora of not 1 leea than five nor more than nine be held on the :Xllh ilay of April A. D.. 1912 to candidate for commIssioner of agrlcti!. Mpcial D. times.
f j '. members. the number. of director to be fixed by be cnmtiosetl' of one member. Iron esi rt countyIn lure. E-1
the stockholder. aald I dlntilrt I to be rhuaf by thu DemocratIc One candidate. railroad oomnusHlonc-r. ALFRED SMITH
1'h. following named persona shall be the cfflcera voleis of each county reapoetlvebrFourth. Oue candidate for adjutant ..,ueral.
to conduct the business of the corporation 'I I he rtilos Kovernlug the slate. primary One candidate for stale. PI'-init. I attention (given to the

[Oppoilt Courthouse until the offlorra who ahall be elected at the first vlcitiou. as 'promulgated: : : by the Deinocrslic One caudi for aaslHtant slate auditor eatmt'nt of Women and
shall became shall control in the ,
election of officer. of the corporation bln'tv Committee One candidate for state senator from the Children

1. qualified-. ,W. ,.."nr.'j.n\c: \: .J.!'L( H: J.rlm.r7..lertion of a nominex for. .Con .e... Nineteenth. senatorial district.One 1 -
: with 1
-IcCuliough.; Cost will're applicable aud not ivoonslsu.ul candldsto for member of the home o frcprenentatlveM. I
; f aecond "le..p..Id.nt: M. K.I.. tro..u..r' H.I .,pt'rifle rt-qulrements' of thin ronnnittee Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184
;1188IMIIU: FLORIDA Clay Stanford.'a.costrY: and the following. d\n\ = Fifth Any white Democrat iionsesiilDfr.: the One candidate for county judge 24-3mosp l -
W. Ward. J. H. Mccullough. John M. : ncc.u..ary legal, qu.ilillciti'r.s. for rrl.rcsentaIri sheriff !
bra: C. (>n<* csndlleta for .
< Lee.: M: Ka'u:. H. Clay 'stanlfmi f H. %%. Thurman In the Congress of the United Hlatcfl from One candidate for elerk o( the circuit court.

'Un.i K. I... L.eI.y. I aid district may bvt'onio candidate, for the One candidate for county asfieiiHOr of taxetttJiiu \ P. A. VANS AGNKW W CRAWroaD I enne th !
The annual mretlnir of the stockholders shall nomination in said primary tliiillon. !10. fling callillilste for tax assessor.One Bute
For Sale be held on the first Wednesday. of February. of i with the chairman of this ('nntmlttue..Is.,: candidate for county superlnUndout of I AGNEW & CRAWrORDATTORNEYSAT'LAW ,
each year. !beginning with the year 1'IM. at which I linn U L llaltau, at Frroaadina Florlds on public Instruction VANS
be elected and the or licfoin the lot day of A. l>. WJ. a
shall ;
No. 809-Fine garden and poultry meeting the direetora Man'ht One caiidlilflte for county sur\e>or. I
officers of the corporation shall be elected by the I Idl..l..ra ttrlluui Ktstemcut. a* : by law. ol his One candidate for county IreaMnrer '
r proposition. This place contains two as soon .. practicable after the annual vurposcto be suc'b rsnilidstc. which alatemem one osn'ililnte for BuinrtUor of reKlhtrstlonMX BERBER SHOP
.'-khold....* meeting I shall signed by him and thall be act cnudldAtee for from the
6-room house with doleg-ates state I ... .
acres, new porchesIn '(iui|'anlnd with Ihrco Hundrofl an'1 hevcntyflve of Florida at large to HieNnllQt/ .al Deniocraticconvention. OHl" .1.I .1 CillZI'lIM IfHItk IIUlltltllK ,
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front and side fine artesian well Article VI DolUrs a..n Hssmminent to aid In defray KisRimmee Florida

,with pump op one porch.; Choice location Said corporation shall adopt an appropriate. |ir.g,expenses. CandldateH of holdlojl for said membrrrthlD primary I election.blxth on tbeCongreeileual ond Tuo cnndMstes Hlunal. district for dolegates the from the ....0. ] I >
anal and shall ad..pt by-lama for the governmentof COUKTI to atlouitl Dem I Cold Drinks
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Committee h ll not rvqnlreil I Itopsy ,
J. I. MOON II. n orioi
ofIncorporation ot'ratlc oou""oLlon
'for small truck or poultry farm. The its affaire not Inconsistent with ita articles' any .SKHensmeut and hall) make ,ihulr ; 1 1I
and the awe of the state of t lorlon. Mix caudldates for presidential' electors.One 41FarJ
land if subdivided into lots is worththeprice which' by-laws may be amended t or;repealedby .1.plll".llo"aI.tctIvecotinly for commltti place on caSevLnih .the. ballot to the re- euth candidate for state attorney for tbe 11ev. Y l OON & GEIGER

asked without any improvements.We the board of directors, as may be provided in This ouminlttee. "111 csnvasH the judtc'itLctrcuitOie candidate. for prosecuting attorney of 1
aaid by-law returns, of such eUotlivn and, declare the rt-milt the court ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW I
are offering this property fcr county
slid
Artlel.11. anti uill In duBMCSsou Issue instructions
Each elector' In ci ch justice district toultNo : !
1,550; term. on part if desired. The The hla-hast amount of lndebtrdnas or liability promulgate rules thereto .. 2. 8, 4 and 6, shall' lint.* the right to vole
to which the corporation can at any time ."b' Ordered and done under aud by virtue of I for one candidate for constable. aud one candidate -I Office State Bank Building I
town 'is growing in this direction and sect Itself shall be On Hundred Thousand Dollar the power given us under the law and rules of for justice. of tlm penuu in theIr respeutivejustice Kissimmee: : Florida
(IOU.vwi) the commlttte Ibis 2Atb city of Janusry, 1912. i J of the peace dfotricu.OnecamlldHto -- --- -
c property will enhance In value very o BALTZBI.UChairman
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for member of the f-tate Democratic
1 Article VIII. Cnml.al'D l Commltte of l>emocratlcCong KRIBBS Sprigg Fleming
rapidly. H. M. Breaker & Co. 13-tf ooiDmltlee -
GF.
the aubscrlblnirmcorporatora. of
Th name and residencra of Cnm Mini ODK PIlOt Florida One candidate for member the Coi'Rres-
together with the number of Attcit: JxtwB UUBTI, tjecretsry 6.1.Tt OR .
atonal Kxecutlve oominittm of the Second .
tougresslonal ,
;? ..: share of the authorized capital stock subscribed district I ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMLE FLA.

( for by each are aa ollowa: .a' Kich elector In each voting district within CLEANING
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? : An .Ordinance
I \ : . '* MceoryOfafldO. Florida. 60 : . the shall Lave the to .
McCullouBh county riiihl vote for oue
t :V : For Sale I .ha..... -.An Ordinance to Amend flection 7M of the' member ot tho county Demoi.ratio Executive j_ Examination of Titles Specialy. PRESSING
_4"L ,, : , ;:: John M. Lee. Klsslmmee. Florida.'19 shared, General (Opdlmiuous the City of Klailmmee. omiulttae from the voting tllBtilct In which Notification and payment 'of' taxes of .

.429karge lot on which located W. B. Makinaon Company. Kisslmmee. Florida.. Florida relative to the speed" aDd Use ofBlctclns such elector resides.. _ Ki-non-residents given careful DYEING
.\. <"-[5' *" lT'f-a , ,.. 16 aharea. : : ',' / "f '
th C. Klaalmmee. J'lorld..l.ha.... HE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL 6F TIMB POll dtfAunriNa i' "V tt/.5F,\ .: att..ntion..1 -, REPAIRING
1 one: aevenmom.and. one e..room w. Ward. : >* ,,:. .
C. A. Carson. Klealmniee.ForidL 1 ahara.E. TUB CITY OK KIS"IMMBW.: FLORIDA.dec'lon. Each person desiring to have' bis name printed ; ': ,--' '. \ ,
house., Large .house it 1 lighted with : I.. Lesley Klasimmee.. Florida I share 1. That Bectlon :ft:* of the General on the prlmaiy cIte tton ballot aa a randl.; .
H. G. Stanford. ......Imm_. Florida 1 shsre.W Ordinance of the City of Klsslmmee Florid. date for any Unduly (,III.-.. shall file with ihesecretary ROBERT G.ATTORNEY. JOHNSTON clolhts1l
Vine
.electricity baa toilet and kitchen sink. A. WcCool. Beaver Falls. Pennsylvania.' 1 be .m.n"tId.o... to read a. follow.1'111. .:- of committee( on or before the word at my house and

and share.. It shall be nnlswful any person or .'6th clay of March A. I>. his notice ofcandidacy l ,HI h cnllp 1 tor and returned
house also has sine toilet.
Florida 1 :
small WA Klasimmee. Jv;
H
Arthur Donegan. the .pppllnatJou!
per oua lo ride a bloxole on any of : or and to his nsiiiu soprluted I
. ..-wfl1.se11.thLs: as a_whole, or separately. hare cement hldewalkn :wlthl the '. ": etlr.I: : upuu a blank, toInrnl.hed. by thesaid I AT LAW -
1I I :
shsre.
th.... Oeore-la.
H. Flerolnn. .
of Ktnalmmie, Florid Any person or persona aeere'try. cud cMimpHuiiMl by the Satisfaction (Guaranteed
This property is well located will pay Hunter and. C<'mpany. Minneapolis. Mlnn convicted I of vlolutlfm of () .. *- amolluiof Sis, aMMWuaiic nt, au siMLllltd: bfluu. I

10 investment if rented. aota 1 ..*. flood lu a.nm hot to esored $10. or by Imprlsonmeut aud no name ol any' hui.ll csuaiclttte uhsil bo I KISS1MFFE. MORIDA i
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per-cent on \\. 111 Trinity Building. New Y.rk.
H. Lynn. bard
I In the tniabooaeat labor for not printed upon, or counted or returned It printed -
-Price 'o'f both''bouaea $2,000 H. M. share.w. more than than ten days, or by both tucb flue upon any such .ballut 'links' (hi. provuiioii
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I H. Tburman. KUslmmee. Florida. share. and Impriaourneiit." shah have been complied uitli. LOUHC. MASRFY. T PirTON, WARI.OW I
Hreaker &,,Co. M. Hat. Kisslmmes Florida, I share.St.ati . section. 2. 1 hat ill Ordinance or parts of Lat Counsel. for Judire. uf the L. cC
,.'; :, Aw--' Ordinances In .conflict with, the provisions FoaM OP BALLOTS. Florida R K. i.omm. Criminal Court I '

:t hereto contained be and the '..m.are herebyrepealea Ctimmee'oWefl .
of Florida.County of Oaceola-oa. The rotiuglu setI| primary election shall bob TV & :
WARLOW
ballot lu accordance with the of : JASSEY[
In the Clreoit oUt ofta. Seventh Judicial Be It known that before me. the undersigned Faased In open aenalon of Council this 8th provisions ODrlller
I \\ tbe ala e primary laws a. enacted In luuu. Haul
< appeared C. W. ard,
Circuit of Florid In aud for Otceola Coaut7 notary p..bU.nalb day of .M arol1 A. D. 1111:.!.
bslloto thai be printed and dlstrlbutea under
-In Chanonrv I,. A. Carson,John M. U*. E L. &-1.." H. 0. W. B MAKIN ON. Prealdent ATTORNEYS AND CoUNSELLOS
i the directions of ibis committee, and said
W McCool. Arthur B. Dotw..... H nn is prepared to -
"Rtonford A.
(S.*,.) Attest J. U. OILBKK1'.; AT LAW
,la re petition of Ira N. RMrn (Mr,R.er.)4| ) Fleming. W. H. I.ynn. H. W. 1 hurman and M. Clerk City of Kla. .lmmee.Approved ballot shall be printed only tbe name ol such drlARTESIAN
a Married W oms.. to take chart;. of and late. to ma well known and known to me to b* this 7th day of March A. I91S. caudidato for slate and uatlonal office as mar Practice In all the Courts of the hate. and of
.. ... Her Estate. eto. I the individuals described and who subscribed H. CLAY BTAZ4POLII), 'Ii Mayor.: be certified by the cbslrrosu t>f the Stale Ex the United States also befor the Florida Railroad WELLS
,. J'bIae.u..eomIogo to be heard; and Arthur their name to the foreseeing proposed charter. 114 eoutfve committee, and the chairman of the Commlailon. and the Interstate Commerce .
E, Dou...., tq: *luter la Tbanoery. towhoa and severally acknowledged. that they executedthe State Congressional committee, arranged In Commits
paid Was referred having m.ds for tberelaecpree.ed. alphabetical order; and next In order shall be in Florida
cant* same the purpose 11-H CHAItl.raTON BI.IKJ ORLANDO FLA. any section
report lath* Court and It aiptaring to thaMUtfamloa I Witness my hand and official seal at K Issimmea; Notice priuteo the name of ttte county candidates, -
I I and In such order. be the _ _ _ _ :jfj I
ot t.b. Cofait that Ih* petitioner, in the county and taM aforesaid this 27th day of may prescribed by yr >.*
lb. Mlil tin V. Rttrro Mary ) lamarried a January A- D.,ll1 U- < -, notice la hereby given that the iBeclalrallonbook respective oouptycouumiteee, NDREW JOHNSON .
and the wife, .l.Ch .. ia: ViHaAQHEW. of be at 1 \ WeDrllng
woman (Seal) Oaeeola County will open m CAMVABB Or BBTVBMS.This Ten years ot successful
II.......and 1b.t'ah. h. proper cap.clty and Notary Public, State at Lara office In Kltislmmee. Florida from March loth I ,
Qualifications, to take eb.... ot and an'j.b My oommtaskm' expire Deorabn 14, 1UU.StaUOf 1U1J to April 16th IU11, both days Inclusive, ex.eept i committee abajl meet at noon on th* 8th ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Is a Guarantee of my
.r own wlate and properly, and to bcoon a Dnndaya, between th. noun of S a. m. and I flay of 11..0. sooner If all the returns are In. to produce the best
.... dealer In e..". ...--. It la therefore or- 19 m-. and ) p. nt andlp.ln. SAnd at the county court hnuie, and publicly canvass Will Practice in all Courts results.
dated that the said report ot SII,Master be and Florida.-County of OaeeoU-a. the books for the various; district will the. returns, and declare what candfdatsahave State and Federal _ *
the..... la hereby approve and ...Dllrm.... lie It known that before me.\the undersigned b*open ID each. precincifor at Leaat-twosday. been nominated. by a majority vole for Office e
It la further ordered adjudged and doc reed notary public, penonally appeared J. H. MeCuloaxh during each week of this period., Tim. and each oonuty oo election\ aud lo what case the aeo- adjoining Broadway A&D '
that a lie.....rw and the same I. hereby (rant. ( member o( the firm o< afcCullough place will be posted by each Depot Rcglatra cod primary will have to be held, and Citizens Bank Kismmmeejr. TWO FOUR INCH'.
,*d to the petitioner lb. aid Mrs. N. BrferoMary MeCrory.: to ... well known pad known to me to Ion Officer. O. W. UBIFFBN.Fupervlaor the chairman aLd secretary of tbl. commlitee.wlifaln WELLS A '
( li*g.io). to take chart of and manager be the Individual described In and who subscribedth of Be Utratlon two day thereafter" shall certify to thechairman SPECIALTY
ow. ....1.end property!, and to become a *name el said firm to the forearoinapropoeed March S. 191?. U 4 t ad the Stale Executive committeeIhe H. JENKINS .. .. WOODHAH -
I ,... dealer.Done '. charter and acknowledged that ha executed the < _ ....u.. of laid primary election ID saId
and ordered Petand t..lIl1Mb the county showing the result of each Pft<'tDct, P.O.Box'844C.Qimmee.I'1orida.
st day of in behalf of aaid firm for purpose ,
March: ,,.A.P.IV12. ". name therein*xpread .' . Very Desirable 1N\cre'( Farm and shall also certify to the chairman of the JENKINS & WOODHAM I
t' .....W.Perklne.Judfe Vk Itnees my band and offldal seal at Ktaalnrme Conireaaioual committee suih result a* to the
w Circuit Court karenlh Judicial Dlatrktof ; *. .this 18thda. at a Great Bargain candidate tor member of congress from the ,:
nr7Dr.frae.J& aid coutreaalODal distrltrt.AaUMMBMTB..
,1 rkI.. ,v .of SURVEYORS
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I Seal) -.. II:. O. Vana Ao.._. Improved 'arm. Located on best .
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'. Notary Pnblle. State at Lars Kissimmee
-' Statement > );I, eommleaiOB expire* Deeembw 14.. 114. road In Oaeeola County It miles from For the purpose of defraying* expenaea.. of Florida
: tb* two primary election, Including the -
payment
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'Made ndef Section IZ Chapter else Law of depot. 10 acres that is fenced and high of Inspectors and clerks printing etc., Big Bargain In 'Home. I
Florida t showing the mount of taxeirhargad 8tate of Flo laa.CouBtyof Osoaote-.aa. state of I cultivation, and ia .the .best the following assessments ate levied against a White Leghorns
to she Tax Colleetor of Oaeeola Before me. the undersurned officer, personally pruspeetlve oaod. >dal"* for the vsrious county Splendid new SIX room house
County Florida,, to be colleeted for the appeared O, W. Ward. J. H McH;ulkugb, John .trucking' land, in thU, section. Haa office just inside -
entreat year lull and th. apportionment M. W. B- BMaklneon... Kala. Harry W. 8t... senator ..... .,...... .. .. ... .. .. ...(IS 00 city limits fine deep well. lot con'I HATCHING
oJ in*anma to the aereral.road for which Thurman. .Arthur II. Donetaa H C.; Stanford Rood well; 8-room cottage stable wa BepreaentaUve In the 1eglUlure . . . .. 16 UO talna two acres of ground good new EGG
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taxes bate ..... 1nt.'PI'O&TlOlQlBNT .... and U. Fleming to an* wall known. who being gon-shed and poultry house all ready t.lsrk oircuitouurl-------------------------" do 00Ireasnrer barn. and I at $5.00 per
duly swora, each for himself apon oath says that ; ... ....... .. ... . .. ........ ... ... 6u ooSoperintendeatof wagon buggy sheds and all ,: .
OF COOXTT.nTKDS. be \Is one of Ih* subscribers to the fomotn, chartor. .. Jor purchaser to begin ,work withoutany publlo Inalrnotieu.... 40 IJO under good new fence. Fine location Must close out 200 choice Breeding.

,March 1. lilt.,. and that It I la Intended In gued faith to eon..truct. land Cou..ty judge .,..,.... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .....00 ooTaxau for small truck garden or poultry aanch. Hens at .
Beenne- . .....wJa and operate the railroad' therein delay,or,expense!: of clearing saor.... . ... .. .. .... .. ...... .. no 00 This I. fine oce .
To amount assailed .4.4A.1e7Ot 01. ', mec- "i- and waiting to' Improve before being; Tax collector .. .. ., .. .. ...... .. .. . .. 6(100 p J proposition where you See or write for
'Anouet eoUeelod .... .?},..,..* 44 0* ; ; -t Sheriff. ... ...' ........... .. WHOSupervisor \ will have the freedom of the country us a b.rgn.
Ba.._ to ... collected...., . 11857 (7 ,c.wwaedough., able produce crops! This land'' it of. registration .-.;-...,:;...... ... -6 uo yet close enough: to enjoy all theadvaniPi0
.j Oeneral School rumdToknonatnMd..4..flv-.- 30bll M. '-. Proeecutlng lUarney. county court.. .. ... 25 00 the city such Wilson Bros:
*.WSM ClAsaonol W B. llak adapted to growing all dnda of citrus Member school board.. .... .. .. ..... '... 8 00 > splendid high ,
_ '0 collected\ .*.,f.i.,..,... 7X44 MfinUuMte ".;.!Cab. fruits can be started to good County comrotaaloner. .... .. .:. . . S 00 beat marketl.cburchel. etc.
to be ooUected. ; f.. 16M7 1. Harry W Thurman, ; grove Justice of the .......... .. .. . . . . .. .. . uoConatabl Price 1600. H. M. BREAKER! &'Co. Egg
;' County Koad'T : .? Arthur K. Doaegao' vantage while land la being farmed. *... . ..... .... .. .... .. .. .. .. 1 00uuractoM. 48-tf I Fa' "
T.amount .med... .. 10044 81Aaaoun 'I -. Btantord
> ,1 H.t. best P. O. '
Come quick if want bargainIn Box 447
J eolleoted ..i.u.w oats. 4Bateae H. PIeeaing. you t#
to ... eolieeted .,,.1'. 1t2211 M and subscribed'. before mcthia 18th this County. For Sale
County Bpeclal 4tfTLsb. A. "It(3eJ The following Inspector and clerk are 4 t
.To amount -..... MMW. ; east Co . ( ) II:. O. VANS AOKKW.Notary 13tf H. M. BREAKER&; CO. hereby dealfrnaled: lo conduct the said primary We are offering some very denrable I "
Amount eolieeted .'../" ,..f .111M q Public. State at Lam.My . election In the dwtricto named: resident lots located three Blocks :._
Valance to be eoUerted .-......, 4743 IBSmbSchoolDta oommlaaiOB expire December U. i>tC J8-4 FNelCet )(. - It 4 *. No.1- W Stalker Inapeotora; W A Nelson clerk. on high: elevatIon -l
: J :To amount aMUd ".....-. .ItOltt: rppllcation. For ,Sale. Precinct No. U-W L Moo.lo,. B Oventreet, for $300 for inside and .360 for cor- :
.AOUDeolleonec! 4'; '*.,, '...' 4$8 tU' W W Ivor, Inspector: ; F H Tin or. olrk,, ner lots. Alley in rear of all these
'Jrti.nontob.eoiLeet.,4 '....... 812 110 for Final Discharge.In too.:: <28-Small orange and grapefruit Premot >40, a'Z T Rile Raymond Lamer. Cash or short. time. Let lots
Sob-school DR$. No Iro -. Courier the Count Judge.. Btstoo* Florida.; Aaron. aea..ID.pecIO..1 D Y Johnson clerk. us show you orosvce14J
,' amount aeet J:48" Osoeola OoUDI,. la re E.laleof L. H. "Ul.. groye eonllaU.g'of 3) acres 875 bearing Precinct No. -A. K Dronghs, W H Mann JCL these lots. H. M.! Breaker &; Co. The

oolleoted .'.r.TAmount ....,....," ,7S JJ. i.m..d.s.-------. -.1.-. ",,- . .. ." e.-..yell- wm house, good barnand ........r. inspectoral. T N Farr .elerk. jl 1or1da ;
'be Precinct NoJ a-1> W-K-Nettl .. .. ._. .
Balance t* collected ;.t., 164 CtSnbBehool Notice. hereby given to all whom U may oneg n": s, 4 : __ __
D4.$.No.ITo -: concern that on the 2nih day of April A. 6.ini well 298 feet 'deep. Located inside of N B Blouut. Inspectoral.O Davis. c".1" <. '
amonnt aanamd ....,...? KM '7AmonotCollected :, I ahall apply to the Honorable the F. beautiful Precinct Mo- o-W B Godwin R Baia,John Prospect Park 'I fortrnrkcraandfralt troircr. ref I.
..,.i.,.>'.... .4U4 4Itataneetobeoollectod Parker lad,. of said Court, as Judge of Pro- city limits in' fine section,. Baladen Inspector.; W O MeOlelland.,clerk. Lots. who Want to know, .b.FlorVV I

J..i 84'UMttrOrhnol bet.. tars Dual dlaoharn aa administrator view of lake, excellent' breeze from <1lt,1-Jam** Under W* have two of the Ida. ) isly.HClOrer; '
S'udineloraleolasueirlal
. ? \ moat desirable
No. Wlfllama bill. Alderman
Dl eTo the .ta. of L. H deceased and iuspabhma..A O 1.
*i.i<>rnt mK..'a, d ,.\ .; ,Nl1 TtkH thai at he same lim. I will p....., my final off the'churches In fact you can nave Wright Jr.Clcrk.Precinct and best located lots in Prospect Park | .ubaorIptiot, anapyr. Blt. Clssn.,
.. <....Hinl-ollort .:/...,. .. HI W. ., "' ...Jt1ib 01.4'<1. ...," it A.'I.j: vk1.r ihrtr "PI'I'q..al.v..t. all advantages! of the city enjoy Inspector. ) M llndsll clerk. faring for a short we THE FLORIDA

t'/101t; : -;C.nr.eoil- 'YTt'O"I '.raiiI'tnv.k :<1"\f.. '.u'hI"'l-'" -:-" ..:''( ....5*,-.A b.A,4vl lJ>UOUG ll."T." J.L Adm1nlooi i.'! rric !"' not .L.ingcroweCalI:. ! 09--1I..M.. . ,.d ......... w. L. CAIiIBEU.ofl ? ,. _,.din.n. Call on UB if you want time a for CTe.t$ barS: I .800 Plo'd A,.._*. T._ > '
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\ :: : Tha I' HOMES"J 1 ,..s'0'>a- U-l.-O'tl' r"'" WRITESTOjpRIENOSMr. --. I .

: Man That "SELLS '
.1' ......,-, .A. H. McCornuc Sends Message v,

Dr. Bryan, who has been'In the Semnole Through Valley Gazette' '';1 I

I BREAKERr' ir I ,,Pharmacy for: some time, has sold I. from' Kansas. ,
out and moved to Lakeland. Ark'ansa
City Kant., April I!. ,
I IIf Ii The Easter services held (in the M. E. Mr. Hurl. .' ( ri

burch were largely attended. The of Kissimmee Valley.Gazette.
church 'decorated with ,
was beautifully Dear. Sir:-I' write. you instead of
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white Batter lilies and green foliage.
writing our many friends a In Kissimmee J -
Th. pulpit filled-with-Totes and
was '
the reason'wh7 we are not able to move
flowers. Re..W 411I t cot t
beautiful \ '. 1 .
to beautiful and
: your city sunny dim
preached an excellent serman frorp the
this spring:, as we have expected to forth
text "Death I. swallowed .up irt vic.
put four or Ave'montha.. I have '
tory" written ,you' about-my,wife's 'sever* .W'hat is :

i The Woman'' .. Celief Corps gave a spell of sickness ''through January and :

dinner onTuesday In the G.. A.'R,. ban February. Will)) say the bat partly' recovered ,
1.
Th. ladies had prepared a';bounUful but not to the extent-that ahe r ,
r'' It dinner, and ;weref rewarded by a large; could stand the trip now. So '1 have I
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'a attendance, and everyone enjoyed their concluded, not to ruth her out of this '

r dinner cold spring' ; weather Into your summer .. .th.eQbj; ect j
climate fearing it would: be too great a
V(, G.;: King who has been having: ,
1 rheumatisM. is somewhat better at this change for both of us.. It was a great
writing. straggle for ut to make this sacrifice in :
our plans but we agreed to hold ourselves '
1 Mr. Miller the painter has been 'on in readiness to move. there the TO DEFEAT '. '
1t t 0 ,t h.':sick: list for a'fe w iIaVI. last of next August;

Mr., Fred Bell who has spent the I thai take my wife next week to the i .

winter in St... Cloud, left on Wednesday great h.altl1.prlnp,or wells, at Cleare I'

for his northern home, but expects to mar Oklahoma, and,see what that will
j r return in the falL, do for her.I !
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'Among; those stopping at the hotel on'I will further say we laid to rest a W ,I .

I Tuesday were C. W. Smith Atlanta, 'week ago today, one of my wife's sitters / \ I I1

Ga., R. E. Ferris, Tampa, J. S. Mc.i who died of dropsy of the heart' "11 )
Caulr, Orlando H. E. Culbertson. Harisburir and this had a great deaf to do'wfth my ,

Pa. wife's backset. So 1 believe you will ..,., 1
agree with us that:we eta for the
doing .
Mrs. Wilson and Mrs, Combs who best. I I
have spent the put two months in St. ,
Cloud left on Thursday for their home Yes we get the belt paper printed In

o In Chicago, III. Florida the Valley Gazette every week '.. ,
and every copy makes us wish more and '
I Mr. Rothrock has had bis building on'ennsylvanla more we were there. But w4 have to FOR

avenue freshened up by a ,
forego that pleasure till August-then
coat of paint which Is a great improve it will be more like jumping; out of the
Hating implicit faith in the future -of ijKissimmee. we have '
ment. '
Are Into the frying pan than out of the
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;.made it.our home.. We, have built up a business of.which we feel .
. continuance Hon. H. C. Stanford of Klssimmee frying pan into the flre. It pleases us REELECTION:
proud and. trust by honest, fair dealings to'merjt a :
to read of the
paid our town a flying visit on Tuesday.! wnd.rtullmproyem.nta
of a large portion of the.real estate.business in.this.section. If that are being mad. in sun-kissed lovely !
you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the Most of th. business houses on Pennsylvania I Kissimmee.Hope y

smallest price that property can be secured for, we invite you to avenue are going to be painted -
you will,all continue to behave <\ .
call on us. which will be a great improvementto
We offer Vacant Resident Property. Improved City Prop- the street. yourselves as well as you have be.n doing '

erty, Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at I especially my old frienk A. S. Nel He'' Has'Made a Good Treasurer {
lowest prices to be obtained.No. New Houses. son. (I may have to straighten him out :
a little when I get there.) --'";- ::- r-
415-Very desirable vacant lot If you desire a home in w. have several desirable new houses With our very best wishes to sill .
containing three acres, just outside Flora write or call on us quick as this under construction which we are offering friends and the welfare of KUsimmee Who says so?
city limits In West Klaslmme, rood property will not be on the market long for s.le. All of these houses are in ," '. j 'J
start or truck at the price named. This property we general, we areYoura
place garden.to Close to churches and school. are offering for a short time for $12,500. In desirable location. Secure one of in F.. C. & L.. The State Auditor in his r p'ortlto
A bargain at $175. Let us show you Win sell as a whole or divided into two them for next winter at a lower price ;:, ,. :.
this lot. parts If desired. than will be asked for them later In the NANNA J. & A. H. MCCORMAC. < ,jf I '

season. H. M. Breaker & Co. 16-tf 419 N. Summit St.,Arkansas City Ks. the Governor.. .
r....". 501-An attractive home In Pine- \ t ;
... dale. This Is just outside of ,
.. property No.402-Fine 20-acre orange grov.lacat.ed '
city limits, on high ground. Houses inside' city limits, close to school The County Auditor. t
( two-story and contains eight rooms, and churches This property consists
all plastered and hard oil nnlsh, .two of forty acres of land, twenty acres of ,
porches, fine well and large barn. which is in bearing orange and The various Grand' Juries acting 11
This house Is located OR'a five-acre fruit trees, ten acres additional cared Is Sent ComplimentaryParties ,;
tract, with beautiful view of the city and in cultivation; good five-room cottage '
and lake. Land Is adapted to citrus ; two deep wells. This ia an excellent I since he has been in office. .1!
fruits and trucking. This property can location wr.ere :you will have 1- .
be bad for 3300 on very favorable the freedom of country life with cityadvanujt.s. receiving this paper, who are not
terms Will introduce customer- Possession can be secured Since his. election; ehas"" given ;
up
owner and let them deal direct. on abort notice. See this proposition regular subscribers mutt not think that it is ; ;;

No. 304-Improved farm, located on on before part.purchasing.eNa'437We ; "Price (9,600; terms the intention'''of the publisher to later demand all .other business and/attended. :strictly

best road In OiKseol county It miles -of them the subscription: price, as it Is. .
d' '
from depot. '10 acre's! fenced and In to the duties of his'offi '
. M:! 'high state of cultivation; best trucking ire offering soMe very mailed to them complimentary by our Board, .
land In this section Has food( well, desirable resident Iota, located three i
; : stable-wagon shed and blocks from Court House, on nice high of County Commissioners for the purpose of : '
3-room '
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.,. i"'!;;'" '. poultry to begin bouse.e.work All without ready an for v purchaser delay or elevation the. lots.for,Cash$300., or Alley short in time.rear of Let all .. :acquainting them with the many advantages f .. :,' fie. is, a good business',. .'man., ,'and 101" ha. *.. .L ;

expense of clearing land and waitingto us show YOU these lot. opportunities this town and county: offer made a success in the business world. !
Improve before being able to pro-
This land Is adapted the homeseeker. The will be mailed *
duce any crops. No. 303-Small, farm Inside of city paper a
to growing all kinds of citrus fruits; limits. Tnis property consist of a five- His is.'i in his ,own' f.
a"1'ove'can be started to good advantage few, weeks to any person whose name is given property : name.
tract within of mile of
a a
acre quarter .
wbfle land is being farmed. Price. .- Oaceola Small house, fine tu and if they should desire to receive it *T 4::
if desired. regularly :
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$1450. Terms.on pan four-inch towing well,' land all in cult property ) '''; .
and his pondsmen'and.c'
No. 809. Splendid new 6-room house vation. City is building very fast In thereafter, we would be glad to put ,His : :
this lots wilt command
/ just inside city limits fine deep well, direction; soon H them on our subscription list at the regular
of good good price if owner should desire at anytime his past, successful business'career: is.t
contains ground
lot two acres to subdivide and sell it for residence .

',,-t under new barn good wagon new fence.and buggy Fine: sheds location all purposes. Price 1600. # rates.CENTRAL. what he 'offers ''for'iprotection of :public, t a:

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. for small truck garden or poultry ranch ..' '
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!. this is a fine proposition where you will ".F1VK!: city lots on.which Is located a . funds.. ;
/. will have the freedom of the country", nice new five-room cottage, fine view A r.fHe , $
close enough to enjoy all 'the ad . \
This
o i I. yet of the lake cool breeies property
: ,I' ; vantages of the city such as splendid is located close to the proposed UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT the..
't t r A'. high school, best markets, churches., electric line, on ,hip level .lots.. A nO'T'f'L assures,, : ..public :that; ,at, .no '.6.;.
ij. :. '. etc' Price $1500. bargain at $1600., Let. us show you this : l'' W. P.JTnttle pidT Fonts
,'.'. property. time will be use "thepublib': funds in' private .
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No. 484:-Fine1 trad of'40 acres, just (
**' short distance beyond city limits on RATES: 160. $2.00 and $2.60,.PERDA: DAY-AMERICAN PLAN '. 'yI
....r'", "'i Shingle Creek road- .-splendid No.443-Ten acres located In Park business, '

! .. l f 530-00 per acre. Terms on.part if de-. 'plowed, ready to
well.ithout (Ain
,r' ', sired. get on and stern a any de ..............s w*.. wiese4i.. . ........... ....wi ssssewisis4wwwi4se. .. +NSei Various Treasurers. have' defaulted :
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; lay. We can offer this ten acres with . << -- - ". ,
. ", the above improvements for the same i i ii :
1'1] No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on pace that unimproved land i.being sold FOR GOOD PICTURES GO TO the :State ':from this cause.. / :
;r/. ,,: ' marl road two miles from. depot on for in this tract._ Our price $1000.00. '" i *:
i. , i St. Cloud road Property has good, Terms if desired.: THE GEM STUDIO
on part i i ii '
I} orlrill. Inbearing. and has j
,' \ "houee nod three-acre grove . Honesty .'efficiency' ; eharacI': : :
4'f yield from .
Tblllllro.e will

P.,Jf': :'.,. .,. year 1000 to 1200 Sufficient boxes land, of cleared oranges' ,and each In Gardens No. 459;-five Twenty seres acres in cultivation located In Park ten i >. HALL A PAYNTER: .PRoraisiOTnflkatic . .. i ii terized. the administration' of': .B. 'C." MILLER ',,, "

lt. cultivation to I no"a"f grove to twelve, acres fenced, fine 2-Inch flowing well. i
><, or fifteen1. acres, and-"t" same time can' This Is conceded to be the best taact In i i 'as County Treasurer.: : I t:
";' be yielding any garden truck de.Ired. Park Gardens pwned by a nonresidentweo ?, i Ansco,, Cameras and Films,;,also Cyko Paper. [ I

1'7 i,'," .' results If In searchof. this fall p-operty and at that all times 11'11brlnlr..while you with desires owner's to sell.address;We and will you furnish can : Work dope for, amateur* promptly.' Florida i views of all' $ Then again :ask. yourselves; / vhythis C:'

'l I .extending new grove, Investigate this. deal directly with him. The price is attractive : kinds. Prices: 'reasonable., All work.guaranteed ".iar 2 ; ; :
&,.V; This property Is convenient town, and terms can be secured on, .

$*':,':, has Price marled$4,200 road on one side one' end. part of purchase price if desired. +L..............*.HM ........seea.ase****.*u.e**.*** :desire:'among: .a few, WHOSE'. SIN( = /, ,

'x" TEREST: IS APPARENT to :'get''rid' of l i
.''"' No. 458-Ten acres adjoining city No. 45'l-Here Is one of the most desirable -i-
W* - 1iIi1lt11.-on the Orlando hard road. Land. homes to be found in our city.Jlouae "r .- ...... him .. and" :'it' at (the. Polls by 'yptiing :
answer :
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folia; : cleared fenced and ready for the contains five rooms, two porches, . :: .
''t' .' plow. The elevation ia high.. suitable two".11.. City water and electric lightsNew WHIDDEN'S' OF r"
S COURSE '
'*: for and This'' Barn and feed room Lot 147Jx: : 'f or ,, 'h
available
i.; property will soon be for res- 1471 feet,'covered with bearing grape.fruit I '
W" dent purposes, as the city te expanding; orange tangerine guava and. I The Boyden Shoe 'N :
rapidly. A bargain at $1 M.00. peach trees, fine shrubbery" and ftow.... ; ; i '
I. j))0" Located in on. block o'f court house In for men who know" '
7. L section. B.C. MILLCOUNTY \ : t :t
; the very best residence ;This 'E'.R" '
': / ORANGE: GROVE property Is offered for the very low One price-$6 I ,,J1::
:': of$2750 "
f No. Twenty.five.acre acre orangegrove ; price 4 I : '- t
Railroad Just received this week a brand new line of Oxford' ::
all under good; fence.
'., runs through grove; station'' adjoining No. 469-Five acres inside city,clear in all the latest cub and sixes. Children's size especially' TREASURER.
t within ed, fenced and plowed,' for cult! FOR .
I fir! ; property; good school and church ready In white black and tan. '
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AU rvtion. This tract ia near the Aultman .
mile of trope .
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4 W. C.'T.mpl* Issues Invitation All

\\y/., B. HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor WHEREIN LATE CORNELIUS !BLISS Grower to Attend Netting In

.. J.D., KUYKENDALL .. '- f. Associate, Editor 'WAS GREAT PARTY LEADER. Tampa, April 18.
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Voter Will Recollect CampaignsWhen a member of the ''Ex-
Florid Citrus
BUILDING -
VALLEY-GAZETTE o
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KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA ,.
."),. .' : .. ... ,, '' . Poured Out Like Water,' and neighbors'who are'not members of the
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X Its Source Well Known. Exchange, especially ones who are BAKIN6POWDEAbsolutely
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
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producers of -1,000 boxes or' over, of
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One fruits
copy, one year We flnd In several Republican newspapers and urge personally and
months '4. .. > .75 strongly
One copy six references like the followingto Bald outside grower to at-
.One copy three months .i *; '- .40. a recent item of news: tend the great convention of Citrus Pure<

1 "The death of Cornelius Newton Growers to be held in the Tampa Bay

i AH communications, except from our authorized correspondents' must be 'Bliss removes from the political field Casino at 9 o'clock tn'the morning of

signed by the writer. of this country another of the coterieof Thursday, April 18th.
Republican leaders'wbo have beenIn We ]aye secured special rate from '

Rejected. matter will not be returned unless c.ned"for, the forefront of the party's affairs all the transportation companies In HAKES HOME BAKING ,EASY
the tate of Florida, except the C. H. c ,
He was :
for a generation or more. ,
second-class. mail matter.
1" Postoffice in Kissfnnmee Fla., as
.i Entered at the
i. treasurer of the Republican national & N. railway which rate will prob--

a 1. committee from 1892 to 108, and previous ably be, for the round trip, a single

1.I .}" .... F'rid.a9": April .2.: :! :1A12: :! to that had been chairman of fare, plus 28 cents. Definite Information i light Biscuit

: 4. the New York state Republican com- concerning this will be given you
later.
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f"r f"" AN. AMENDMENT.This ', . Orange Center News. mittee.Except that he was always an ex- At this meeting the entire condition Delicious Cake ,
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r Another general store In town, and treme protectionist, advocating the of the affair of the Exchange will bev

ft. 1. the time for the Northern still another nearing completion.. taxation of K very body for the benefit laid freely and frankly before the convention Pastries
.. < tourist to com to Florida. ,Now the of SomebodY Mr. Bliss was "in the ; everybody will have a voice; Dainty ,
J, trees are greenest: ,sweeteflowers prettiest Messrs. Taylor & Zimmerman have forefront of the party's affairs for a and it 1 I. extremely. important that
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the birds sing the fish quite a large crew of,me!, working to generation or more" In only oneS *- every citrus grower In the state of Puddings
other,
Fine
than at .
) in Florida any
)1 bite better
get their sawmill ready. They expect Florida should be personally invitedto
j time. In the North there is nothing paclty. He was the party treasure?
jt :but cold winds, snow and slush followed I to begin operating about the 15th. first in New York state and afterwards be present at this meeting, so that
.t, ::by bad colds and laRrippe. Spend the; for many' years In the United they may see what is done and have a flaky Crusts
Born, to the wife of Mr. J. W. Edwards
,'months of March and April in Florida I States. voice as to whether the Citrus Exchange

,0' \by all means.-Sanford Herald i on the 8d inst. a 9J-16. girl. To perceive at a glance exactly' why shall be continued.. or dlscon-"

"' We agree with the motion, but move 1 Mother and babe doing nicely. a man who merely receive and disburses tinued.

I.I' i to amend-in order to give our North-I' Leave your order with George; Ogdenif the money of a political partycan It is therefore of great importancethat TUc only Babfag Iwdwi!! IY if
of
the associations call
\ ern friends the greatest possible pleas- best stand In the forefront of its affairs a meeting
want the and cleanest
you paper their members and read the bulletin "111 11
ureby" inserting the word "Kissim- printed in the state, the Klssimmee for generation we have only to to them and member from Royal Grape j t\ consider the fact that Mr. Bliss treasurersblp urge upon every
before the word "Florida,
tQ' mee" just Valley Gazette. Subscription prices covered the period of colossal the necessity of not only being present I
In lines two, five and nine. made known on'application. himself at this convention, but of
campaign fund. and shameless car
Q't I securing the attendance of all the outside I
,, Roosevelt won his first victory on Hey I You people in the North : Have ruption-in their collection and use. growers In your vicinity. Now is
( primary -: you any wild berried ripe yeti Lots of, Mr: Bliss handled the money which ,
In the preferential
Tuesday when the time for the growers who are the
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1 was fried Uke fat out of the manufacturers ___ ,
them in Florida -
in Illinois he swept the state. who are protected by the extortionate member of this organization to get j- | | T r

He claims that he bas gotten a start I Mr. Cyrus Payne of Sand Lake is tariff. He handled the together and do the work that should

t that will land him in the White House I having large new house erected, and money which those manufacturers paid have been done in the past three

... f again. :We can only conclude that along also-. barn. on Mark Hanna'a promise that they years by them, and which they have MICHELINTIRE i

with his other attainments T. R. is the, should have additional favors in the neglected; and we trust that no grow.
Mrs. who Is member of this organization
T. L. Harney and Miss Jennie er a
laws. handled
champion optimist of the century. tariff He the moneywhich
will neglect this duty so that he
Richardson called on Mrs. Geo. Ogden was stolen from the great life ,
Y of this week. may have cause in after years to feel PRICESReduced
on Tuesday insurance companies in one of which
A LARGE IDEA. that he Is responsible for "what
he was a director. He bandied the
Fishing seems to be good this week. might have been"
money which Harriman raised and
'W. read here and there in the press Several. nice catches have been report Standard 011 and Beef contributedwith Very truly yours,

'of the ntat.'of' boards of trades making ed.- the understanding that they FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE,
\ at and the like. W. C. Temple Secretary.
Mow'merry there is no banquets doubt that the localboarcl Did you attend the Easter picnic at: were to be let alone. He handledthe .

of trade has had a winter of the Cypress Creek school house? Well, money given dishonestly by the .
officers of a thousand corporations and AN ORANGE EDITORIALWhat .'
work Why not have an evening's if you didn't you missed lot of enjoy-
ply. A board of trade banquet, with ment. financial Institutions who hoped to EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY I9tk. 1912 ,
Highland lake water to make merry profit personally or politically by Republican ..

over, sound good to us.-Orlando Re-, The Ladies Reading Club held a very success the Leavenworth (Kane) Times MICHELIN first "At Utaal"to '

porterStar.From enjoyable meeting at the home of Mrs. If laws now In forte and everywhere Has to Say Anent Florida. A'IDtJ war

the experience of the Kissim J. R Keen on the 10th inst. The next recognised u necessary bad been In Oranges.Oranges give tire users the benefit of reduced price ::

mee Board of Trade we can commendthis meeting will be with Miss Minnie Hanson existence in 1896, for example, Mr.

suggestion of the ReporterStar.If the last Wednesday of this month. Bliss and his associates would have -a good thing to start a COMPARISONS SHOWING SAVINGSIZE

:your Highland lake water will not committed penitentiary' offenses everyday. breakfast with and a nice thing to eatjust
ENVELOPES INNER TUBES
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* It was the crimes of these men .
we'll be.
aDduce merriment ---- before retiring, according to the FORMER NFWPIUSES ,
I at the forefront of I
a great party's NEWPPMICF3
I I.w of very habits of people. Because doctors PRICtS :A
Clad to send a few kegs- pure, sparkling CREOSOTE TAINTS HIS CAKE many -
affairs which made these laws necessary.
i { water from Kissbnmee'sjurtesian. The moral sense of the people say sell they them are cheap healthy, because, becausegrocers the 32 x 3 $25.85 $24.50 $ 6.25 $ 5.75 f ,ti,
welL \ Paris Pastry Cook Recovers Damage itself with reference to
has expressed .
housewives have little trouble working 34x4 39.10 35.75 8.60 8.00 "
From City Because Street Work
th. offenses of these great party" leaders them into I
kind of
extra
Ruins His Confections. penal servitude for any an 36x4
by prescribing course and because everybody likes 52.90 47.25 12.20 11.00
all who them.-Bt. Louis Re
Paris.-Orange cream perfumedwith public.At repeat them, the orange Is one of the bestsellers 37x5 66.10 58.75 12.20 11.00
fruit the local
They Say creosote and tarts saturated with among on mar-

naphthalene were the cause of a suit ket.It -
.. which a pastry cook has Just won Livingston.! Mont., pas presidentsaid probably never has occurred to THE SUPERIORITY OF MICHELIN TIRES _

,..,. against the city. of Paris. he was "a moderate protection- many people who eat oranges everyday IS RECOGNIZED ALL OVER THE WORLD .

a t : ;, s..* remarks made by Editors When the work: was begun of layIng ist." At Washington' last summer that there are'more than one variety -
when the Republicans and Democrat of oranges or that they do not

,w 4f;: ." of tat State regarding Kisua- his, shop wood was paving situated.in the M.ttreet Charabot.where In congress presented three moderate all come from Florida. While It ,1s IN STOCK BY .

Lee and Kiuimnee's treat the cook resigned 'himself to the Inconvenience protection_iUs he vetoed them. true' that. most of the oranges sold by

L Tie Valley Gazette.' ,until one customer after the"crocera here do come from California -
paper, it is also fact that Florida
another returned to the shop with a W. B. MAKINSON co.
delicacies which they declared uneat- Democratic Opportunity.There furnishes the middle West, whenever
The Board of Trade of Kissimmeejrave'the able. Dr. Metchntkoff, the savant, Is as much need now as ever we can get her to do so. The state

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portunity of'seeing the city last week sir', I asked for orange cream but you will not be easilyTightened from the the Eastern markets and it Is only oo-

by giving a twoday'carnival ,and big have sent me creosote cream" championship of popular "rights. Let casionajly', as DOW'when the Califoreta

meeting 1'be; Commercial Club of this Expert advice showed that Charabot's them' characterise men and thing u crop is not 'up to par.' that the
wares they .are. If fashion and conventionality markets here get Florida to' "come
city ought''to' a big candld.tel I I I were all tainted from the
meet here before arrange the tourists leave the tames of the wood paving outside of and i privilege wince let them through" with .some of her*fruit, the GARDNER 8 ELLIS ;
repeat" the prescription, for no better best grownin the states.
his shop, and he has been awarded
-, Gate Our city could be advertised. by. 350 by. way,of'damage..: proof that it:Is needed can be had. Oranges from Florida are Just like ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS: Ii'
,arch an event.:.,:Sanford, Herald." A, Democrat who surprises or shook vegetables from there, far better than

:44J different kateh.d mug respectability 1* probably a true those from California. For instance, ,
Many thing at Klaaimmee are Late Chick, .
and better than one can find else- Chicken hatched off In .late'sum- Democrat: There"will,be many such i there 1* the Russet, an orange whichIs We Guarantee our House-wiring to ''
II | next year. "' heavy.with Juice. The akin Is Pall all Insurance
verytbln Inspection
where., A notable .novelty: there.is alive mer or.very early' falI lan coming tobe I' sOn 'I ,
: and Uttle ,1* lost In peeling. '
I real'estate .who'adver recognised a* being about u profitable I FIXTURB WbRK
lady agent, other, the.Defensive. / Some of the Many Varietee.r.Herman' ,. IS OUR LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
a* any perhaps more so. ) ;
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i ,tisea on an 'extensive scale,;; and it is for the reason.that a greater per cent, la a 'speech'.in .which he said;the . Witt,' the. grocer, told of SPBCIALTYGentlemen

aid that she.has built up an"extensive, of them, are raised to' maturity', than course of,the'.Progressives If the salvation a i I'few of ''the many varieties of oranges .

bul I8II..-Tlmes-Unlonv are. those which are handled during of the country OovernorWood- which are supplied the household
rtoW Wilson Incidentally' observed that here: j' : :
s The County Commissioners bt Osceo- "wanner'period of summer., .
c President'Tan was now going about From,California there are four varieties -
la county are wideawake' they are in orders-navels from
the country defending reactionary policies. coming ,
.adding materially in the development of Cow* In Australia. : ., ' '. Southern and Northern Californiaboth
Australia to
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cow
:: the county by subscribing for 800 copies each maD woman and child la the That point out precisely the .weak those from the former the high-
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''of the' K1eaimmee'.Vatl., Gazette to I Island, continent three apiece,' while ness of")fr..Toft's position. Whoever: lands, being the' finest} then there 1*

t be, mailed :reeklyjto homeseekers' the -.Argentine .can' even .do better. peaks for the reacttopoUet... has the'seedling'which comes later; then Keep Cool!

A. throughout the United State. [TheValley There; are' five .cattle to each Inbabpantofthe'bigSouth to defend them. ADd when >policies .Mediterranean Sweet which grows ,
Gazette lea splendid :American'. get In 'an apologetic attitude before near the river and the last crop/'the
newspaperand ., the' American people the text for theday'.Is Late Valencia which,has a seed, but in a Wash Suit of the new" ...
;, it out-talks a land .ntp-J'lme.* public .j '
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MTnlon.ft .
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it c ----.- . there is no time of the year .when ClothThey
there Is not either blossom or fruit:
; I on the tree the fruit extending from are "Correct"and

;,,. FOLKS?( Wovember through July.. .
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THE LARGEST DISPLAY from Florida are their two best pro-

S '..... .. I 'i'Hon.',, John W. Watson;:,of 'Miami, .. ducts. Both have seeds,. are heavywltp Soft Madras Shirt '

1f 1fs ,U'one of the '' r'1{ .. /, Juice and deliciously sweet We '
.. most prominent' of,the' five >j *.0Einbroideries were fortunate In getting the Florida with detachable collar ,I t
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1ft candidates for governor, spent 'several ''this for the first timb'
products year
,... Nobby
., 'days in the cityfthts Week;and.is mak- and .
.. . Laces' In years past.- ':This"was. becan.eofthe - y '
,Ing'acanvaasrofWe.tFloridi..Mr.4Watao: ; ; . '. unusually.,poor quality of the ''California ; Straw Hats
has'been coming to Tallahaseee fruits. The best grapefruitalso
Ever Kuuimmee Store
s long Carried.bY"a from Florida I think, although in plain and
i so as a representative that he < .. comes split straws
almost seems one of us, and bis friends we get a little from California.\

..*;.bare..would like to.see him occupy the Dainty SWIM AILoreavof:& ,'Irish and Eyelet California;'however, supplies us with ,

,.Jw'.j..! .lDu.Ioa"O&';four years. He is a gen- Embroideries:. Corset' Cover Embroidery. In. the tangerines,. the with smaller the sized: orange We are right in step with fashion-
and this kumquat.
< year
IJl: jf' tleman of unquestaned'abluty:and of not a tick of the dock
behind
I ', section of Eyelet and French Embroidery.' Beau the very small sized member of the .
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highest Integrity,-Tallahasseei
t ; ful All-orer Lace. from"25c to $7.72 Per yard. orange family. This is eaten, skin .
.. ;'rp.i Democrat: : ' and all. In fact, the skin Is the best
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Commencement: Sun on. 'FOil WHAT.J'OU WANT IN :; preserved the kumquat.

'DrA: :..'T..'1ToIt;:thi elogaeiit,audpop= ---.lust' .-c.. -PI.IIOIQVUUANDLAc.L.JUS. 'f _.Call' .The-reason_for.-the_almostunlnteri . -- Kat z's

inlay pastor of. the Baptist church, t will .. ..." rupted good crop. in Florida' Mr. Witt! .
We give what want thinks,, Is because of the sandy soli
f preach the sermon this year I in ,connection can: you you '
; being very productive, and added to
with the commencement;exercises .
,,' this, the warmth .which' comes to 'it
A. ", of the High .chool.! : The'',..f'Iee. win sIf
from the Gulf Stream.' Florida, Mr.
N ,be>held on Sunday,.May.J2;In the High ,tea": DA1: Y: Witt, said may be In position to h
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,iIlj chool .auditorium., 1AJ, U.,tb* custom j -- ''i supply' ',the .whole United States \with

,r 'j,.: .r i*' c;tftfae1 ether churcbe and towW cooperate ".1 fruit some day. when the land Is prop- It's

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., 11Itl'; Kissimo i jC6VaI16U GaiettaTVLPMONB Mir.'J.. R Donegan of the Veer Park 'The Kissimmee. 'Lumber Company's "
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Stock,,Farm, was in the city Tuesday lulu! ,whl:h has been 'closed 'doWn for -
;: I ii0.tl. '' two weeks started the first J
operations
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9.pt
.' it : ; Johnson left Monday on a I
.. of, the\ week. During the Interim anew
PtlBLlSHItD EVERY FRIDAY ness trip to Jacksonville, returning: to .
60-horsepower boiler was. installed,
-BYw. the city the following day. I Lake
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and the plant was completely over ,
.. HA..e.. r rv'
: The Mrs. W. B. :
many friend ,of hauled.
...,' <' Crawford will > leam that aheis' .. '
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regret Received of M Tiller, agent of the ;;
ortFollowing seriously,, ill at.her home! In.this"\.city. Fidelity and Casualty Comprny of New .. ,' ,

: Weather The new bread food Sweet'Potato York, $76 In full settlement of my j
Flour.: Send lOc in stamps for trial claim for Injury to my hand. This lethe : ; :
'" ) I package. A. F. Spawn,. Klssimmee,. second claim this accident company . ': ::Ask\ <
has paid and both claims were paidimmedl.tely ,,, : '
me
: an the dMtytemperatures FIL ." 11-tf ; t !
. and for every cent asked /", . '
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and precipitatici! ss Mrs. Frank 'Limbeck left Thursdayfor for. M. J.; HICKS. M. D. It )kyl, 'I list'- \, .A I ,
reported by .the Government J '' ',.!. "' v .. I ;
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Iowa. wh.re she expects to spend a Mr. J. L. Lewiston! , ,, ,I.-/, I : 1 {
,station at Klaelmmfle for the Breckenndge, .'' ,. .1. ,; , 1 ;,
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week ending Alr. 11. 1912. part of the' summer on a.visit to her ILL, whoha.l!, been prospecting In this .J.,tr\;:' ..,"'V'V '. ). ". I' ,
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mother' ....
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!t. r.1: .1If.' ''UIII' .. Mr.R.'G.Johnston was in Tallahassee This Is the way he puts tl: "If there : :, ,

Friday ,..I., ,.' '19 8' ,. this week on behalf of John Thompson are any better places than this I they ,..',''.''.. ,'; .,. '',"I' ,o, \ '
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who i term for larceny must be mighty good-too good for human >: ,
.. '81 615 If serving a .
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Sundays...... 86 69 ... Thompson was granted a conditional. Inltfo" itJyq'' ,'\ r ,'1\\; "...." \.1..'" I I

Monday.... . 83 69Tuesday. h' pardon. The Kissimmee second nine, known ''r" ( ",.,"J'"id; } ', ,.1.lil.( ....',. f""" '. ; ;1 : I' + ( '

....... 81" ,.. lived to ray n 'FYI(v'\:1.I.! , ; "
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Any work done at the Cash Store u i the Osceola Bearcats, op . ".. I.i"h \ j "WI"j ,
Wedne .1., 87 66 . Jewelry Shop, next door to postofflce their name.on Saturday by defeatingthe " ..,,' ':" 1.. ', ... .. \ '

,Thursday' ....,, ,90'64' .. If fully guaranteed. P. G. White. 2t.tNex Orlando second team to the tune of f i '!' ( '

I 1. Su day'* discourses at the 15/ to 3. Jim Stafford and T. Gaines \ . t'
I Christian church will be on the sub- were the battery The same teams '

"' """ '" ect*' "Is Christian Growth Essential!" wilt play here Saturday. .

: j in the mornings and "The Good. I 'Con.'easion" . Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Friable, who ,are Lake G : ; i _

111E LOCAL FIELD.errWs in the, evening.A numbered among our most appreciated . '

,, J big Easter ball at the New. St. winter residents, left Tuesday for their J. E. MA < '
Cloud hotel last Monday night drew aummer home at Aurelia, Iowa. They

%%% W.a%% quite number of our young people to will atop on their way at St. Augus

that thriving city. 'All reported a,very tine. Jacksonville and Birmingham.

Registration book..close next Tues enjoyable time. Attorney H. D. Geiger received. '"

If in need of a corset investigatethe telegram Tuesday morning announcingthe I t i ;

day.John H. Balsden, of Whittier was in tee;Spirella never rusts, the corset or breaks.with aguaran-Made to death of his sister, Mrs. R. L. .. ,' .

the city this w ek.Ladies' order. Call on Bertha Twitchell Cor- Lovell at Homerville, Ga., after a '
setierre, for measurements. 16-4tp brief Illness with pneumonia. Mr. and
White Linen Skirts, 98 cents.
Lawson Cash Store. 'Mrs. Geiger went up to Apopka to attend
It The fence was removed this week
the funeral which was held at
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Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Gilbert, :I from around the, courthouse square. that place on Wedneed.y.Klilimmee YOUR :1.
on Tuesday;'April 9. a daughter. The change makes a great Improvementin
the appearance of the grounds. Auto Garage and Machine
Mr. Mose Tindal of Runnymede was Company has accepted the agency forth I .,
a visitor in Kisiimmee Saturday !"Boone's Straight" and "Osceola". Cartercar, one of the most wonderful r.
Best 6 cent cigars. Box trade solicited. can of the age, and will in a few I .t 1 .!
Vote for Geo. F. Parker, re-election 10-tf days have a shipment of these can on ;
for County Judge. 14-6t hand which they will take pleasure in
, Mrs. C. A. Hough, of Dandridge, showing to all. 15-tf/ EYc k kI
' Mr. W. J. Sears was In Palatka this Tenn., who has been spending' the winter "l I \
,
week attending Watson meeting. ,in Tampa, stopped over on her way Capt. II. M. Breaker received postcard ; .
with her this week from Mr. W. W. Youngof
home and spent several days
'j Parasols and Piques for the Summer :
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Girl at Katx'. 13-tf, friend Miss Jessie Cornell. Liberty Center, Ohio, showing an i
i ice-gorge at the Maumee river bridge, ,
:; Mr. John P. Jones, of St. Cloud was Vote for a lawyer for County Judl8" and a notation stating that the bridgeIs "" i''.
1 In the city last Monday on business. G. F. Parker is the only candidate 16-4t who 18 feet high and the ice is 16 feet : \ r
I.
\' Dr. J. A. Simmons, of Arcadia, I.'I I. above the bridge. This picture was .1 '
'I visiting his sister, Mrs. L. A. Ingalls. All work entrusted to Kissimmee Au- taken on March 20. The maximumtemperature asses I '
/ to Garage: and Machine Company will for that date in Kissimmee rj .
:Vote for Geo. F. Parker, re-election have prompt attention. Satisfaction :
;1 for County Judge. 14-5t guaranteed 15-tf was 87 degrees: and the minimum 61. '" ?

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Don't forget to register if you want Mr. Clarence Alderman and two sisters Mr. H.rrtW. Thurman Is erecting ,

II to participate In the primary. Books of Bassenger, returned to their handsome residence in the maple grove ,
close Tuesday. home on the steamer Oscnola Tuesday Between the Cray stone and the lake. ,
from DeLand where they have been The building will be two stories and of [ C. A. i I
. Vote for Geo. F. Parker, election
for County Judge. 14-5t attending Stetson University.Kissimmee aeashell stucco work. It will be occupied -
Mr. 'and Mrs Thurman u a
Auto Garage and Machine i by ;
y
Mr. C. N. Doop of St. Cloud, was Company will do anything: in lathe or residence. Mr. Thurman is enthusiastic -

a business visitor here Monday. machine work for you for automobiles, over the possibilities of our lakelake \
I
Crochet, Pique and Moire Handbagsat boats, and all other machinery 15tf front, and I. ready to join the'' 'i
KaU'. 13-tF in building a seawall 5m'J
other property owners ,
Mr. L. A. Murphy and family returned -
that section of the ,
Mr. W. G. McClelland, of Whittier to Omaha. lit, this week, after and beautifying

was a business visitor in the city last spending the winter in their cottage city.The JA'

Monday.Mr. .. here. His son Norvin will follow them entertainment next Tuesday ;
.'" after the High School commencement. night at the Chapter House will be in '
B. F. Rawls, of St. cloud spent '
of Mother Goose party. IS THE ,
the nature a
the day in this city. Monday on a business When you want anything in the automobile ,
line give Kisiimmee Auto Garage The ancient dame herself will'be on ,
trip.
and Machine Company tn.!. band, in her regulation costume, and : ": "
J :Mr. G. W, Best has moved to his new We ,will give you satisfaction, or try several of her nursery compatriots will.ccomp.ny Is the main qu ., : 'f'\'j." :: 'J' ', 'j; :;..
hard. Our H in of ( \\ *" "" ./> .
ahop charge
home on the corner of Verona street skilled mechanics. 15tfThe her, Including Little Boy by a d; :; ; ",.% ,
and Row avenue. Blue, Little Miss Muffitt, and others. ,
Vote for lawyer for County Judge. City Council met Tuesday night Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Boice will be the TITLE G : I

G. F. Parker is the only candidate who with all the members present. A communication hostesses and everyone is cordially Invited ,
.
is, 15-4t was presented by President to attend will search and examine the .I +

John M. Hansell containing several Osceola County, or ;, '
tMiss Mae Cbiiholm, of Orlando'vis of the V. I. S. against loss by reason ? '
suggestions.. Some. routine business At the last meeting you ,
In the
ited her brother Rev. Chisholm, ,
transacted. Mayor Bryan was accorded a unanimousvote It la our business to .
\ was
11 city this week. of thanks for his kindly appreciation perfect titles. We ,

Mra.'W.'' W Glidewell of Augusta, Vote,,'for T. Murphy of the society, as expressed In his of our,TITLE POLICY or ,, r

Ga., Is In the city visiting her father,' for County Judge: first message to Council. The society The :Tide Guarantee Coolpaay :
Mr. A. G.Hamilton. hopes to still further\ merit the good
The Pythian Sisters! most delightfully Abstracts U City aad !:.. -
thing said of,It, and.can do so mole I ... .' '
F"H.' Lawson"can 'give{. you MoneySaving entertained the members the K. of effectively when Its membership la In , ;'" "

Prices on Men's* Suits.- CUb P. lodge Thursday right at the hall.\ creased. By order of the V. L S. ', "
It Title 0 "
Store.. Delightful refreshments were served, : ;r\ ..."i'.'
'TheXbenefit show al the Pastime for, and a short, pleading program was Mr. E. J. Hayes, chief accountant oi

the orchestra'' last Friday night was given. The attendance was,very I large the Larkin Manufacturing Company of I C '' t; .
'.uc e..fuJ. 'The. hour'was crowded; all and the Sfsters proved themselves most Buffalo, N.Y.was,, In the city a few,' ... .t : : ," .
evening. charming hostesses. days this week. While here he purchased CARROLL. JUDSON; I,': \ '. +

twenty ..acres of pins,land in .
'
.Unless your. name is on the, registration Messrs. S. S. Griffin and W. E. Shin. Kissimmee Park. This was Mr. Hayea' n ", ;V, R.: JUDSON. .... i ,

.. ?...I'. books', you\'can't;vote in the pri and Mrs. J.. H. Vick and her daughter, first visit to thl''/" aection, and he bebame Home. Office, Bi bee Building; r(.
See Griffin at his Ezzard of Oklahoma,spent Wednesday ," :
;[mary. Supervisor Mrs; very enthusiastic over the advantagesof Jacksonville. . ,',
store. not later. ,than April.. 16. in the city' They 'cam downIn the Park;{as'well as of,Kissimmee. "" '"

Mr. Griffin's auto,. LEWIS
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Kissimmee. Garage and Machine .J.
Auto Dr,'R. R. Boat, of Youngstown. O.,
Company handles all kinds of auto sup- If choice, and you' are particular, who iased' considerable land In ,,, "
!o': casings. Inner tube., pumps, phone) 186 for,accuracy and dispatch. pur '
;Jacks, plugs, etc 'l5-tf Will call and make estimates from your Kissimmee. Park several months ago, "
,
own order. Ernest Green Sign Writer baa been engaged UM put week: in \ I
,Vote for Geo' F.' Parker; re-election and Interior Decorator. Box 139., 5-tf moving to his property He will at s
for County Judge. 14-5t I V', *i
Freel! A pair of 25-cent hose :with once begin work on*his new home and <

Vote for T. M. Murphyfor every balr of shoes worth $3 to $5, or a I will get hie Jand in shape promptly.Dr < '
all shoes under
10 or 15-cent pair with Root la an enthusiastic booster tot
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County Judge. S3. Thla offer is good for taen'a wom-
.. en's and children's shoes. Lawaon's this ..ectlon'of Florida. ,:

"* '\ Rev. David D."Kldd will hold services Cash Store next door to PoetoflBce. IStfProf. A most enjoyable social' was' helc ;

In 'the Kpiscopal: church on tund.y'neit R, M. Evans left today for Tuesday night at the Chapter House, "

,Morning Prayer, sermon and ,G.lne.vllle'where he 'will attend the MrJ. Wlilson ,and Mrs. Bullock'being "

Holy Communion" at'J0>/30 a. m. annual meeting of the High School hostesses. Music was given by"Messrs. "

'. \,'Mr.:, Paul 'Gibson and IOn, of'Fort II principals of the state. The meeting Earl and Glenn Buna, 'Miss ,Lord sad 1 : : J..

;t.; :MyerswerelIn;; ,city,Monday. and continues two,days, Friday and Satur Miss'. ,Ell..... ..Features of.tha evening
", p"went down to Baasenger on the' steamer were a verse making contest In which ;;. .. \

Lillie to vislf rel tlve... ;. day.Mr.. F. H. Jenkins left for' Birmingham Mrs. DowningjCaptnred the. prise, and '
'nut cracking" contest: consistingef '
a
F. H.. ,Lawson baa Just received a on Tuesday of this week: to select
\1 nice new' line of Boy. Suite, from 8 to the brick which will be used in the second the solving of a number of enigmas,, TOOTH' PASTE : ; ; .
16. Cash,Store. It contract of paring.' The curbingon Mrs., Johnson taking first prize and ;
Mrs. Farmer the consolation prixe.The
WANTED-To rent for summer fnrnisned this contract will begin about. the TOOTH '
large fern which was offered was secured ,
or partly furnished house;, close 16th of. this month.Wanted100. '
in. Not too large. Must have convene by Mr. A. S. Hearn. Announce ; i -,, .
iencea. and be reasonable. L. K. D., milk cus ment was made that only two more ... I

care of! Valley Gasette. t socials will be held this season, the '
tomers. Phone 235 Kissiiutfliee.pairy EX
Smoke' "Boone'a. Straight" and series closing In two weeks with a lawn loco

Osceola.<" ,None better. Made in Co. ,City: psrty-" _-.'.- - " ..... .... "
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All kinds of Oila'snd Polishes kept In Splendid Residence Lot.No THE +
Kissimmee Auto Garage and' methods in business '" I DON'T, FORGET. ., : ;
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stock by .
463 Fine vacant ,
Machine Company.one 15-tf with judicious advertising, pays, ia evidenced - ,.,large,_ cornerlot. ; i r )
.' by the fact' that "West Kisaimmee 80x1471 fee. alas to lake. Splen- J
of aerop'.ne. st the aviation' Taylors" have bought a lot, did location, good 'neighborhood. We ,OSCEOA a'
,, !school',collided ,with bow last ,Satur corner Brack: and Vine;''In North Kia- are' offerinc,thla large Jot at the'Verylow -_. k t
where will conduct ,
aimmeer they a grocery
5.t ,day. The machine was badly damaged'. on the same system as that used price of- .$400 cash"'',H, "M.' Breaker ; rep !

rand. the) bovine' .' was- considerably' anrprised. *- ,la ,their, .popular West end place., ,It. '. '&Col.:. < 16-tf
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'-Pag e' 8 TUB .KISSIMMEE. VALLEY I GAZETTE :April ,.12il912Tt ;

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,'- SOW DIMES-REAJ? DOLLARS I MR. OLIVER IS fOUND HUNKERS[ CORNERS AVIA

4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST ,

Man Sought by Relatives, Is Locatedat Play. to be Given Soon Promises :

Bright :Golden Colored Fruit Lakeland. Fine:, Entertainment I -

.1lt The 'toJlowln'e dispatch relating to The rehearsals for the play "Hunk
C Commands 25 to 60 cents per box morethan' fruit. DISCOLORED BY the story In the Valley Gazette last er'i Corner," which is to be given on

t f'r 1 i RUST MITE. week with reference to the disappearance Friday.night, April 19th, at the Opera ATLANTIC ,COAST LINE
cents have BRIGHT
box
} At a cost of SEVEN to TEN per you can
for
benefit the Christian
: of
the
House
r I: I FANCY FRUIT If will begin 'now and Spray your trees with"SISLPHOCtTKOL.1' of Mr. E. M;Oliver4ys taken from ,
the nw LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION which the Tampa Times of Saturday church seating; fund are going 'very
,f' I quickly and surely destroys all forms of RUST-MITE. KlKsimmee, Fla.,April 6-(Special.) 'moothly, and the performance prom. 5 "
"Dixie
. A RECORD BREAKING CROP OF CITRUS FRUITS Mentally deranged and imbued with the ices to be one of the most entertaining Flyer" "Seminole, Limited""South .

IS INDICATED FOR 1912 r idea that h.-wif was in Florida and, ever given in the city. Every memberof

'(. : I" This,:' means that the market will be overloaded with poor un- that he must seek her, E. M. Oliver,'a the long" cast is working hard to.. Atlantic'' Limited"i. i i '
,, sightly fruit, for which there is little sate, but it does not mean thatithe prominent and wealthy resident of Lafayette make It a success.. The cast of characters .
7 I' ,\f ' market will be overstocked with the better BTadesof bright.fruit., Ala., who' disappeared from I is as follows : "Montgomery. Route"Through
,l''' r GROWN ON TREES SPRAYED WITH "SULPHO-CITROL" his home there rather mysteriously I, Bill Hunkers, store keeper, . . . _
a Raise the quality and hence the price of your fruit by spraying ., . . Mr. Earl Lupfer
\ his J.
9 22 found by brother
March was I ' '
RIGHT. NOW I Pallm* Can from Chicago, Stl\Louis, Cinciuutti, UJkaapoIis, CranJ,
with"SULPHOCTROL" afternoon 'Torn Washington Scott, colored as-
W. Oliver, at Lakeland yesterday !
\ t and last night was brought to sistant . . . . .Dr. Simpson Rapid, Cleveland,Loa TiDe, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmbxhajs. to Jacksonville.i "
l' and won't have to look I
I '.j,. you THE; MARKET WILL7LOOK FOR YOU. this city' where his,wife had precededhim :Kathy, fresh from the "ould sod," DINING OAR SERVICE 0 _,<.
: For full information regarding SULPHO-CITROL and FREE in the hope that she might find . . . . . . . . . Mrs. Bullock '
copy of our beautiful 1912 Almanac, containing much valuable information I' him here. ; Rail'Jackson, chronic complainer, . 1 For further information wi on Or write to
a f. regarding beet methods of cultivation for various crops, address For some reason Mr. Oliver expressed I . . . . . . .Mr. Harold Buzza W. C. Gilbert Ticket Agent, Kissimmee. Fla.,

r an aversion to coming to Kissimmee Jimmy Drake, a flip kid.- . J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent .,: "i.. .
t' E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. even after he had been met by his I . . . . . '. .Mr. Albert Bearden Tampa Florida. j:

: JACKSONVILLE Room uso nub. EM..FLORIDA I brother, but by getting off the train at Sarah Jane Johnson, slick as a

. . . . . Linn .
the watering tank and coming into the whistle Miss ,
f I
f.T.{ : city by another route he was taken to Caroline Pry, who has a mind of .

,..- the home of Dr. F. G. Thomason with her.own. . . . '. Mrs. Stanford j '
.f : ,, . C. A. CABSON. J A, CRANFORD. 8. U LUPraR.Pn.M.nt. .
'1't out difficulty. There he found his wife Mrs. Oliva Greenwood, so \
J whom he immediately recognized. He '. . . . . . . .shyMrs.. Carr Vtoa-PraakUnl BaoraUij 'r'

c. I I'I'c. seemed rational enough but could give Sally Greenwood, shyer yet. . . ,
,,1 IfI" f ft but little explanation of his travels or Mrs. Rhea PherigoMrs.

reasons for wandering through Florida Featherweight, one of the KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .
t f (r except that he was hunting for his wife elite. . Miss Saunders .
'i ,I BEST CHEAPEST whom he believed to be in this state. 'I Dulciana featherweight, a bride-

'. He stated that he was on his way to elect Miss Huddleston
Kissimroep) having started for this city Jake Stearns, he can't help it. Rough and Dressed ..

FERTILIZERS I at the time when his mind had appar- . . . . . . . Mr. Albert Parker .'
II IDEAL ently become clear and when he real- Belinda, of few words. . . . . 1

ized that he would probably find Mrs. .Miss Flora Harris PINE LUMBER _
Oliver at his brother's home, but that Mamie and Flossie, Maxwell twins
after he had boarded the train and got Mieses Wilder and Ellis

4' As Good as the Name ten as far as Lakeland, his mind seemedto Nathan Kingsbury, farmer. .
: I I have left him again and he was . . .Mr. Earl Buzza HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY J''

seized with an aversion to going to Munal Mason, a city boarder. . .
Kissimmee and left the train for the Miss Mary Gaines .
1 \ : Local Agt Waters &. Carson Grocery Co.
I' purpose of purchasing another tic'ketand Edna Dean, a schemer Miss Wackier X3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOQOOOOOQQC
traveling the opposite direction.It I Robert Sinclair, in love with Murial
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. was' there that he was found by Dr. Carson

I his brother who having received word I Postman, always late Mr. Joe Butler iiI.-------- .

,} Jacksonville. Fla.GILBERT'S that he bad mysteriously left home Tramp, a holy terror Mr. Guy Gardner i WHAT IT MEANS I .

d j went to, Lafayette, Ala., returningwith Franz, the Fiddler, lost from the"lit
Many people do not know what Ronk'i Capital U for.or the dllfaraM between -
/M Mrs. E. M. Oliver, who remainedIn tie Caerman band" Mr. Brown a bank of little or no capital' and on* with ltracapital..
this city. Mr. J. W. Oliver went to Judy and Jemimy. red head twins A BANK'S CAPITAL: AND SURPLUS
Plant City, from which point a letter . . .Miss Harris and Miss Greves la the rand thai pnxvcta the depositor from lou, therefor. the I...... It I. tae
had been mailed by the missing man. Martha and Buddy Perkins. . . grater'protection Capital'b.of d-'Io.000 bate. TbU bank baa a 00

jl Not finding him there he went to Lake ,Miss Pfann and Clarence Griffin Bnrpltu fund of ... ..... ... .............. 91500 00Stockbolder.'liability
: ...... .,... ......., 60,000 00
.
. land. It was while watching the trains AUTO PARTY :
at that point that J. W. Oliver saw his! Chauffeur Clarence Johnson A total of----------------------- 11270000
THE PLACE . . . . Thla tnaaai that wa moat Inae 1125,000.00' baton eur depositor ooM .Ua* a
brother alight from a northbound train. Mrs. Downer. Mrs. Cole _" Thi protection U for YOU. .

t t'l y Gents' Furnishings, Dry Goods, a Complete Line of Shoes "I am looking for my wife," Mr,. Oliver Jack Downer. . . Harris Downing
j" is quoted as having said to his Pauline . . . . . . .Miss Lord STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE
t Nice line of Embroidery Flouncing Best line of Dress Ginghams -or-- A,
a 76e to $L26 at 10 cents brother, and when informed that Mrs. Helen. . Miss Maud Thomason KI..IMMtt.. ..L. ...D.....
II F.axons: at 15 to 25o yd. Calico at 5c yd. Oliver was even then at Kissimmee, Mr. Kuyk ,ndall. Director. -
U. A. CARSON JOHN II. LEE N. B, CARSON
I
A. 8. GILBERT. NORTH KISSIMMEE havin&'reached this city Thursday nighthe President Vlo.-Prw.Menl Cafhlar _

1P, a., J. readily consented to accompany his For Convention Delegates. ..........._.._............\\\\\\N\\NN\\\NN......_.............\...1

I \ .v. .. ... .... .. ." , .. .. . ",' : brother to this place, later, however, Following are the candidates for delegates
,,1. objecting to getting off at the station.
-. to the National Democratic Con-
: - Last night Mr. Oliver slept well, and vention, with their presidential preferences -
: this morning seemed quite rational.It Distance
:
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THINK THIS OVER is not thought that his mind has been FOB WOODROW WILSON. AdvertisingLo Phone 296

.l I, .. seriously affected, and that with a lit State at Large:
A cordial invitation! U extended to those t't tle rest be will recover. Accordingly, 'J. E. Alexander UeLand.

people who want to save money in buying '. accompanied' by" Mrs. Oliver he was A. J. Angle, Tampa. ., is saying the right thing' '
his :
I taken to Orlando-y} brother, and Julian W.. Spear Jacksonville. I,

Furniture .Mattresses Beds will be there for a Capt.,T. C.' Darby, Jacksonville.Dr. . -- -_._. ... __. -1 at th e-ng eo h Ltime.._ '. ..2 _
short time to allow him to have com Lincoln Hulley, DeLand. -
i ; Tables, Curtains, Bed Linens plete rest and pro per medical attention.Mr. E. Z. Jones, Jacksonville. in the right wayWe
Oliver has been in ill-health for the
Jno. S. Keane, Jacksonville.
r everything for the home.
past few years and it is thought that Hayes Lewis, Mariaqna make a soecialty of planning, preparing
1 THE' this has caused his present mental con- Geo. G. Mathews Fort Lauderdale. literature and conducting campaigns for
dition. Land Companies, Boards.of Trade, Municipalities -
Montcalm Broward, Jacksonville.
.
and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN
NEW' FURNITURE STORE Mr. Oliver is a lawyer of some prom.
FOR HARMON UNDERWOOD, ETC.
inence in Lafayette and is looked uponas
T. J. Appleyard. Tallahassee.
of the most substantial membersof '. '
one Frank E. Chase, Jacksonville.A. .
WE BUY FOR'CASH WE SELL F CASH the Alabama bar. He is a man of W. Gilchrist, Punta Gorda.E. ADVERTISERS
.
!4 wide education and of broad intellect.
v : We, can furnish your home, at a price that will S. C ill, Palatka.
:ustonisii'you. A'cash store;that's why.: He has never dabbled in politics to any Hunt Hams, Key West. TAMPA FLORIDACARSON
extent but has always been prominentin
\ :.. t ,EVERYTHING NEW, Frank Harris, Ocala.
legal affairs., From financial pointof
been mo.t :successful Ed Lamb'right, Tampa.B. u .. .. _' __ .___ __. .
lij.y7t: ; 6:n" fefD'odwiri-s, ,; his view carter he, but has his ill health during;the Second. S. District Williams: Pensacola. .

last few years has necessitated his retirement -
r DICKERSON ;BUILDING W ,. from active business affairs., E. W. Bond-Lake Helen. Wilson.J & BASS Z. BARAGER-
\, f .Mr. Oliver left his home in Lafayette : E. T.: Bowden, Jacksonville. WilJon.
m
rather mysteriously March 22,.without Practical
E. D Dodge Jacksonville. Under Painting
,
of where he
. giving any indication was
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going other than he would go to Birmingham wood. All Work Guaranteed WALL PAPER };
taking with him $2,200 which Minor S. Jones Titusville. Wilson .,J
Paper Hashing' and
ftr \ he drew from the bank. He was last Meeting of Presbytery. Wall Papering, DecoratingSign Decorating' a Specialty % .
> in Birmingham March 23,'and since '..
: seen Writing
i' To -Be G venfFr'ee' then no trace of him had been found, "The annual meetiag< of the Florida Window Shades, etc.- "', '

except the letter fronts Plant City, until Presbytery will be held in the FirstPresbyterian PllIsaat! Klsslmmee Fla.

\ ','? ,A beautiful piece of China will I be'given he was seen by his brother at Lakeland church beginning on AlBBUB ,- Barlow's Horse and
yesterday., It was feared that he mighthave Tuesday April 16, at 7 p. m. The IU Cattle Powders and
a, : free with every' cash purchase of $1. met with foul play by hi. friend opening sermon will be by Rev. W. A. Poultry Food i t'a

'.This.: china has ,just been received and relatives. Provine of Nashville, Tenn. There I IWood's .
',4. +''y ', : all.the. new, pretty design will be business sessions all day Wednesday DROUGHTS BLDG.
Mr. J. W. Oliver returned Sundayafternoon and a popular meeting In the NEW, YORK AVE.

ft ;i 104 4. .dHILDREN'SReaflytowear:I .,:' .. .., from Orlando.:' He reports evening. You are most cordially invited -

Y that his brother is rapidly recovering to attend. SeedsFor St. Cloud, Fla. :

4 Ir from his experience., Nice New Home Cheap. 1912. 'rltt. . ,
'
: Wear It Out We offer, for a quick sale, a new 8- "
. room house, with hall and two porches Our New Descriptive Catalog '
; : Mr. Geo.: Dean, of'this city receiveda located in the*west part' of 'the city. is fully up-to-date and tell. all flORIDARLAL ESTATE fOR ySAIL;,

''I. ;I: 'Special line of Children's finely-made letter' this wee*' from his son, to Fine well of water on back porch, 200 about the bestGarden Beautiful winter home sites situated 1 4:;1

4-; Cingham) Madras and Percale, dresses whom the Valley Gazette goes each feet deep, good barn and outbuildings. and In UM Lake Region Florida. .
1 and Galatea'rompers. 0 week. He stated that the paper i Is Also a small 8-room cottage on the rear Trucking and Farming Lands In largeor
,,' r, read with the most eager interest from end of the lot, suitable for rental purposes. -. :Farm Seeds. small tracts.
'. Ladies' Dre'ssesin cover: to cover, ,by the family; that It Young shade trees set In frontof i
'. : is then sent out to neighbors who have lot. This Is a great bargain for Every farmer and gardener CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY i
S 1.r become Interested in Florida and Is $1,600 cash. If are looking for a should have a copy of this catsv List your property with me for quick '
you
-' pretty designs, in Ginghams, Madras read and re-read until it is worn out by home, don't fail to see this proposition.4tf hog which has I long been recog- .alt.'

c. f ; and Percale. much handling. This, we have reasonto H. M. BREAKER &; Co. nized as a standard authority, H: M. Breaker & Co.Box
..", believe, is a very common experience for the full and correct information < .

"t' ".-...., . -..- .. of.the.copies of the'Valley Gazette, so The Kissinunee a Library.: which it gives. 17S KISSIMMEE. FLA.
eager are th"kpopl.-of lie North"and We are headquarters for

; :: Mrs. .E. L.Pearce" the.West to learn !through this. paper The Kissimmee Library offers to its Griss and Clover Seeds; Seed Notice of Dissolution.
subscribers a-llsi uft> four hundred
J : the good news of Florida. m P'''*T< Sled Oats\ ; Cow Peas Notice I. hereby given that the arm berate. .
.. books by the best authors any or all of fore .laua and doing I>u.II_ .uoderthe
4' Sala sans and edl Farm Seeds.Wood' firm !
; name 0 Prentls. Uro..a. .
I.thin
h I., \ '. which you have the privilege of reading IIOI-nd bJ'marvel eon..ntMra. day dla
.-': ,. I ... . ) Notice. for only Po'which secures :.a single 's Descriptive! Catalog mall C1- -- DeWitt Brown will earry o. the 'boalJ J
.. n.a. the .
. same locate. ....
and
will
" '.. I \ in"All.and eeeapt_lee e.al I*h.llot r.br ciraa M ware that due mil.October........ membership" or, $5,for family membership free'..on... reclueet.Write- .for it. money.a.. dN- the late Arm.paring aU no.ladebM4aa "1-
f1 ara pall on or b.lbre ",. tha..daralvnadwUlflUlafora :: CapC Trench"the,librarian,: Tbe r..oa of I this
dissolution
(._"," I atk.aged -.TWWOOD 1e'tv.iJT gives
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FOR+:SALE' "' AT' A '''B4RGAIiN \ ,.- AN CO I Bl .t .. .. ,\ ,,_ '* .. 1tavAx, ItxtaarrAllt._ ,
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I, b 15000 AGEES: :*' '; /., Florida Has the Best That the MK 'aterriR ten Says It;;Costs!' t. The Waters" &. parsdii: \ 'a

Creator'I .Made. M II to Come to J Kfesmmee, t$$ **- 1* f *' A

;.. Finest' Land in'' the' KisRlmnieo\ Valley For Writes a Florida correspondent to the Mr. D./R. Harrington returned to his

r COLONIZ'ATION" Chicago Record-Herald I home in,Maine last week,'after, spend Grocery Cdmjpan

"t '. Florida' climate T Now, you've. said ing'the winter 'in Kiisimmee. Before
Tbu tract comprise* most of Township 29, Rang 31, and lies along thee something leaving Mr.; Harrington bought twq additional ,

EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEE Take away portion of Florida's lot adjoining; ; hit property on -Wholesale and Retail.:DeaJers'ln-. -. r, : IT z zGROCERIES'

This larft boav of water-affords the water frost tint glorious climate and you remove! the Mabbette street and will return. here -
is ABSOLUTELY production- magnet that has drawn millions of next fail +
NECESSARY to'' the racccssfnl: .of citrus people I ,
fruits and early vegetables. Every person familiar with Florida knows this. aa well.dollars, within its borders Mrl: Hemngton stated to the'-Valley ,. *

The'situation I. ideal, being only two hours by automobile from Kis.i- during the last few ;years The climate Gazette that entirely 'apart from..the ,\00
mmee and also directly on the water route between Kissimroee and the I' Its chief asset delights of living in Kisslmmee 'duringthe I i 1
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Kissimmee River and lower Osceola County,.where lands are rapidly When the Creator laid out.,this strip winter season* he considered that i
being, sold at three. times what I ask for this., of land 420 miles north and south sixty his trip here from Maine coat nothing. WE! SELL .

Call on or write to I/ miles east and west and nearly surrounded ,.!-"The coal bill which I would have to .

C. 'W. WARD, 'OWNER It with salt water, He provided I pay there it I atayed during the winter HAY ," ;

.Grays,. tone. Hotel, Kissimmee; Florida.' for a climate that will grow tropical and i will pay our fare to Klsslmmee and re- GRAIN ,

semitropical plants twelve months In'' turn., It; therefore costs us nothing: to .. ;

the year. come here, and, costs no more to live FERTILIZERS; ;

..........O.............. ;'- Ponce de Leon the French' explorer here than it would in Maine.' Northern In the SHINGLES .. '' PRObUCB"i i Ii :;
i :covered( it and was so impressed by summer we can return to our
EMIU'" (MACH ERNEST MACH tile. profusion of plant life or flora that home which. Is located on one of the ORANGE'BOXESORANGE: ,c. !I

Act '''..4ard.OH Co./ he.named'It Florida. But the explorer beautiful lakes of'Maine. In this way ... -
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and those who came after Aim did not we enjoy e year round;and it doesn't WRAPSVEQET'ABLE "

s MACH:: : B'.OS_ realize: that in the twentieth century coat us 'any more'than if we froze in CRATES' '.J ; It.

there would be ninety million people in Maine all winter." .

r :- Livery, Feed and Sale Stable : the United States alone to, be suppliedwith CRATE NAILS :J' ; 1f aWe ;

fre.hly'arown fruit and Harden, The Mayor's Address. i i t r ".- :
,.' Agt. International Harvesting Co. produce. They did not realise that the -
': Creator had provided posterity with Editor Valley Gazette:. sell field and arden seeds of a.1ll:inda.:1:: ::;: a;i f>._ t 1.

: ..a.LL = NCS IFr1l.VY II. XJI G. Z the peninsula state aa a partial solution Dear of Sir-There recommendations can he but one of"our opinion We 'hive' special attention to, fitting,; out hunting .and.*,camping r

of the question of a winter. food the ", parties.' t ,t ,, ,
, Everything new and first class. We render prompt and mayor, and that is, that they are just ,1.Yf% '
satisfactory service day..or night. supply.Florida haa an average temperatureof right It Is to be hoped that they will Free! delfvtrv'inct} limits. Phone No, 12. '*v\:!:||I( 4; t is

be carried out to their fullest extent. we are county agents for good fertilizars. Ask us ''for/ciiculai h
70 degrees the round, consequently
: ONE HALF BLOCK FROM. PASSENGER. DEPOT : the fruitgrower year and truck farmer Two things wish to refer to. partic and prices. fertilizer: *., 'f -; '
Klsslmmee Phone 113 j i it
Fla. i need not worry about the weather. ularly. One Is the curfew law. We }
should have a curfew bell, and any
....NN. ...O..NN. INNN. he 3e be may an intelligent plant and!,harvest farmer some every crop.monthin If child found on the streets after It rings, .

unless accompanied by' their ''llarenta
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and farm or guardians should be arrested. National League' r ; '
No expensive. implements
The other is !in to automobiles.Seine of Commission
regard
She has not the whole machinery are required in cultivating 'young persons who are entrusted MAKE NO MISTAKESHIP -,,.Merchants of the I .
the central] and southern Florida land. : United States ,.
earth to sell, but just choice It baa been only within the last year with the management of ,these vehicles ;Southern Shipper

that the railroads bare really lent their seem to think that the streets belong to TO, THE'OLD, RELIABLE. Number : -
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bits of it located in aid In colonizing the state. Their mainlines them and that everybody must get out I ,, 4
r.; of their! and that without

y FLORIDACHOICE aa are are those not bordered of many other by fruit fruit groves pro- hall recognized turn.way This rule; should,as to be which fixed aide by law.any one S. H. & E. ,a,. 'FROST' .,: '

ducing states. Experimental farms .
And there should be limit. n
along the rights of way have not been a speed COMMISSION MERCHANTS t.
established, although such farms woulddo These suggestions are particularly: '
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necessary as we are to have a new ve- ESTABLISHED 1865 ,
HOMES'SELECT much toward influencing travelers to s ,
hicle on our streets in a few days a
FARMS remain. The roads run very close '
however. to some of the best of farm tricycle, operated by an old man whose tt
VACANT LOTS is and who doesn't hear well. I
sight poor FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
and orchard, land, and within the past
AND ACREAGE If he U not allowed to use the sidewalks -
year branch lines have been constructed. ,
*, several he will certainly be in danger, ,
farming
to cpmmunitles.
A FEW CHOICE BITS AGRICULTURAL FLORIDA.To unless there are definite rules on these .. f

Three new modern cottages-ask aee agricultural Florida, the trav- points and they are properly ob erved. 319 Wash in stem St.,. Cor. Jay St., New-York1
It is the custom for vehicles, as well t,
MRS. SUMMERSabout eler"must journey along floweryhedgedroads
to turn to the right '
as pedestrians '
and look behind tile miles of Refereucess-Aetap MatM Back Mercantile AK.*Clea: f
them. when meeting each other; but custom .
stately _long-leaf yellow pine groves, I'
LAKEVIEW COTTAGE, near cor. bas not definitely Axed.a rule as to ; '
where Is hidden. Notwithstanding '
Clyde Ave and Penfield, South Kissimmee. opportunity which side should be taken by a faster DO LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT:; ? : ,
this drawback, the homeseek- -. '
2nd of vehicle from behind. I : J'
(Clyde, ave. west er has learned thet!' truth about the going coming up 'ii
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Court House leading south. Let this be announced along with the "'Rt' ,
state. Today you could net keep hjm! .
other rules. A CITIZEN. \.
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away: from the fertile fields of Floridaif t\,

you tried. Flourishing Muni pality. V.

The Graystone TailorSUITS there Of the are.35,000,000 many millions acrea of of acres Florida that In reproducing a picture of the Tampa I I S.: S.BUZZA & SON'I 'f. ;

cannot 'today be considered goqdaRri- Times auto which was in use here : ,

cultural lands by any means. Every during the recent celebration. the ..
TO ORDER $15 AND UP community should be interested in sellIng Times of Monday says; Cement arid Concrete ;

7 PANTS $5 AND UP to the'prospective purchaser the With L. A. Steffey, traveling representative .

best land that can be had, and as the of the Daily,Times in chargeof Work of all Kinds.. r "
CLEANING, PRESSING, All Work Done. years roll by continue to offer the best the paper's welfare at Kissimmee '

I": REPAIRING on. Premises for that.:'time. It.. will not be many during the.big celebration last week, :' .. SIDEWALKS .A .SPECIALTY ., ''i: "

',.:' OVER ORAYSTOftB' OARAOB! years ,before even that which is now the paper was well'cared for and there ;"(, ,' , .. ';

-.- considered poor land will be considered were many'comments on its enterprise Residence .Phone .i.{.;.. ';';" ,";,r'.; :.JJ '. (, Habbette Street'L ,,a

valuable land.Florida i The -cut shows a picture of the car Office .Phone.W, 'I' y:':;,'\,'>1, ,,,..ti..., .'\ ,kft. .',},.,J;."f.. .' *near Dilllngham Ave.. ,t
can offer you a greater number I with Mr. Steffey and friends displaying

A Spring Normal SchoolFOR of sunshiny days than can any other the Times' banner, The picture was
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SPIRELLA state in the Union ; Florida can offer taken on one of the principal streets I

you as hospitable a people for neighbors of the thriving Osceola county city and George N. Saunders 'I'' !

FLORIDA TEACHERS can be found the face of shows the of .
The Corset with a guarantee. as on thqglobe style new buildings goingup ,.. ----
and in humble judgment after in that flourishing municipality with '
Never rusts never breaks and isWashable. ; my BOAT BUILDER m
:- AmadetoordercoreetCall STETSON a careful inspection by travel over the odd name. I
JOHN B UNIVERSITY
the surface of and Investigating t
Florida -
; at the Chapter.House every i Agent for"Ferro"ud, "Eagl.'Enjiaer : '
J. VAN BUSKIRK f to 28 1912 It-the lands climate health-giving: .. "+
Friday, MRS. I March 27 May mOI..fn rieguYbufwnmwTWAMW - : :
13-4t CORSETIERE. atmospheric conditions and locality-after AGE NO BAR KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
rnoww.aa :. '
enjoying'the health-giving breezes. ,
i sunshine atmosphere perfumed by,the ..
The books used are those ordered by
------,-' ._--.---- --- State Superintendent Holloway.For ,odor.of flowers and tropical plants and Everybody In KUsimmee Is .ElitJ"ble. "
'\t the nine weeks free tuition will orange blossoms,while the rest of:the Old people stooped with suffering,'

Fruit and Truck Land. be given also free room rent and a reduced I country,la locked In the arms of,winter Middle age, courageously fighting, ROLL MARKEII'w
rata for board for aU] who room I The, BASS w
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all will that with
agree Youtb"proteltlng
impatiently,
any person any
';:', We have, five and ten acre tracts In In, the ,Dormitory. Tuition will be
,.\' . Liberty Park;' the'''Wst desirable suburban charged for those not rooming in the degree;;of Intelligence..who does not ,Children'unable to explain;r k
," \ property on the market>which Dormitory. This special rate will apply feel grateful to the Creator all things All in misery from their kidneys.. Beardcn Boildteg One Block from Depot ', .
'' to. all who are. preparing to teach in for this pleee'of,His handiwork cannot Only a little backache first' .: .

('f';.1(' at we'prlcea'that are offering are'attractive for your consideration; ,We,will Florida, Geography schools*' ArithmeticCompos'Orthography ,Reading .claim_ shy higher'place in the-scale of Comes when ;you catch a cold Fresh ;Florida of?:a11,1 kinds.: ,
animated beings than can the brute that Or when strain the back. MEATS
these tracts ition, English Grammar Physiology :you '
be pleased to'show to prospective and WesternPOULTRY. It"
not HI'toQ'1 Agriculture: Physical Geogra with unconscious gaze wanders among J Many complications f lIow. '' ,.; J1I J1I
purchaser at ; Dp
...- any time 1 vii Gove nmentr" Algebra and the,work of nature. ." .Urinary "disorders'tcaueingBright'adisease
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I:. fall; to see this property before purchasing Theory and all be taught : EGA FISH
FRESH
. aa it has the advantages off from the books ordered by State Super- PURCHASING FLORIDA LANDS.' t .
\ ,close in and on the, very best pave intendent Hollowsy. : The early settler 'of the state was a Doan'a Kidney Pills are for, sick\ kid-; ''
road In the county convenient i to the Students may enter at any time; For comparatively poor man, and thousands neys.' Spiciest.flentior'to Phone Orders and Free, ,,
'cjty', school and churches f Five acre nine weeks $39.00 covers the entire University of,homeseekers ,bave"purchased'small ,endorsed. bY d s.'I.Are :Delivery fo.any.par! of the City. 1? one 189DOflEB. '' >t> .1 '
250. and $300. M. Breaker
tracts $ H. charge, Those who have first '
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,ACo grade certificates will be permitted to tracts on uy payment plans during the Mrs. Sarah E. Rexford, .Kisaimmee; .
.. elect advanced studies the College of last five'yearsbut: ; today the 'man of Fla., says:."Our"litti. daughter suffered -
Liberal Arts. All the splendid retources means'and'sound business judgment la from a kidney weakness for four ., ,
of Stetson will be placed at the service -buying: Florida'frult land for cash'and i- an.:? She seemed to have no control

who of wish the to young take men advantage and young ofTthls women unrivaled developing It'in large groves- as a divi- over the '-kidney aeere tans..aixj .this D ? LOTS.L :. bsruJEJI.l'" ;

.. opportunity. dend-paying Investment weakness was especially bothersome at .- ,
, , Send for .-boo l.t;; ,describing the Florida, according to the government night. We consulted doctor regarding '
L1 courses toPRE.iDENT .. survey, contains nearly 85,000,000 acres her case and tried''' many' remedies,but .The Oldest'and" Largest Insuran Agency la o.e oJa'CoIlnt1. i ''
LINCOLN HULL to
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' 11-6t. Del and,. Florida.Y, of land of which 18,000,000 acres are nothing brought satisfactory 'results. FIRE'' LIFE' .' 'ACCIDENT HEALTH. . ,!'" ",
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/. B BB SS SSSSS SSBS SB BSBBB BBJBJBBBBSBS " wet and subject,,to drafnage.wouldbe Recently we learned: of Doan'a'Kidney .-f ---; PHONB f IS 3d J,

.,) Joney-maklng strains.-. exercising sound business sense,'and Pills and prucurtdbox) from the Kisaimmee - '. ,- .r : I
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for market grow reiwinner : Good News '. I would so advise every homeseeVer, to Drug Co...-,I !gave them-to'-the . -_ .

at.a.'B1 But JaIl"+Tie. We have secured a'few 6 and 10 acre Invest Igate-'the. land. offered, no matter: child as directed and they'!gave her the '; ., 'IIi;
A .- wb__. grown. Especially 1 tracts of the finest fruit ,and truck how reliable the.''colonisation company. relief for which we had sought so long. CITIZENS: I BANK ,KISSIMMEE: \ 1
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to the South: Pkt.. lOcj 4OcjXlb7l. *
daptad'. '. ox. lands, within half a. mile of the city negotiating before purchasing.: Our daughter has'now no*trouble-from :
*, .dui limits which we can offer at the very Florida has been spokengf.the Italy her kidneys whatever. 'We"are ',
SIe... St Special. CUke Teeule.Tr very c
low price of $50.00 Kis '
per acre. of'the new world. The is benefit Doan' Organized April 24,:1910 t
> fined la the world. simmee la expanding so rapid these ,comparison grateful forth., Kidney .' -
spew States of Beet.Cucumber,Miuk- lands will soon be almost.in town and striking. Each la known for its warm Pills have brought. 'DEPOSITS ., "

..loa, Watermelon, etc. .. will be worth many times the prices climate, Its fruits and flowers. -Florida; For, sale. by all, dealers] Price CO ..rlI2.....1910. Ml JHMMM .j I.
Send me your livt ei.Id waotfaotj i III asked today. Do not RO miles into the occupies the same' .position geographic cents., Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo/ De9. 31t 1910,.130,2<<.43,
wboliwla fqr
special price
quote JOG my country for small tracts at any price Dee.3l.t, 1911,.172.
160.28
At wriwi ally -and bears; the same relation to New iTCork. sole for \be United <
,, market g rm any: rmhi, while you'can get such as these at this agents -
i 1 today lot my bad e.i mutntM catalog price. Soon there._v /111. be.no such America as.Italy does to Euro.M1. States. -' 'name-Uoan' To entrust your banking business" to aa means" that yon will,receive
-v..JWalter opportunities as this as all ,near-by Florida with its marvelously,, lofty Remember, the .-and consideration consistent with : '
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every sound conservative :
... good banking.;:
P. Stoke. Seed__ lands will be gathered' np'-JThe quantity pines*draped .wlth..gracefuLtmoaavJts: .take. ,.no_ other. .,_:j/! ......"_ ,-..Vr-..,,....,.;:_ __._ ' _. .: \ .
Oept. 67 PbOadelpU. is limited .and 'will Boonn be .taken. beautiful clear lakes, its abundant and -A. !:b0l'4EO.Arf.P' .:. i.14i.4. - - w::A,-9MITN;-ca.'b'i' : "
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Other lands a little nearer in, but no rich flowers and 'its 'wide spreading After April let parties l leaving deedaat '' .- .' '- ,
better nave -recently -sold at one groves of oranges and grapefruit,lacks this office to be recorded must>,pay Directors: A. E. Donegan, Pee..,H. .M. P ann. let V..'P.: L'' "
Don't torget that the price of a wan hundred dollars per acre and some havea development; to make It a veritable for same before they are recorded.,* t c..hW. Dana, 2ndVr P.,.A.-W.; Wlnn, U H* Cobooa F.'W. Rail] ? x':
'ad In the Valley Gazette is the cheapest prohibitive price.1* -, garden spot and the delight of all tray. R. G. Johnston .- '.- Cfctp Carrou.' I .tviarf'fls-' , "
i, investment you ever_ made.. 8-tfa, H. M.; BREAKER.* CO. e''.....' .. Clerk .Circuit, ,Court' 14-2t '" ... .. . ,,'''''.''
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. STATE CANDIDAteSList -, .L.Albert E. Dorier.,W. Gilcfariat, A Confession Guilt.:

.- '! Frank Harris,
of Those Who Have' Qualified N,, H. Monk Harrison, """ '

/ M. TOOMER for the Primary Section. Lincoln Hullcy, , "' ***
... John S. Keane."Ii" /, The public has l learned to look with suspicion upon "any man who 1 1. ,
For President of the. United State Edwin D. Lambriglit, eternally protesting innocence. > '
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS (vote for one) Hayes Lewis, .
Oscar W. ? Congressman Clark has done to the
Underwood George G. Mathews, more damage material welfare i

FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA Woodrow Wilson. Ed Senior, of Florida, and her people.than can be repaired by 'any dozen of: our

.. For Presidential Electors'vpte for six); Julian W, Spear, most capable'men in a term of years' -'
Jefferson B. Browne, B. S. Williams.
i .AT LARGE. Jesse' 'E. Burtz. For Delegates to National, Convention, He has created suspicion'and doubt in the minds of people of other,

J, Fred DeBerry, First Congressional District (vote States as to our integrity and honor. .

Leland J. Henderson, for two). To be voted for
..' .n q t Charles E. Jones, ,icountles composing First Congres only in He has made unsubstantiated charges on the floor of Congress as

William Chipley Jones, sloual District: a representative' of Florida, 'which reflect upon the state administration

, F. R. Loomis. P. W. Butler, and> the citizens of this State., The general public has no personal

A. M. McMillan E. D. Hobbs, knowledge of conditions in Florida. It is bound to assume that a

I I II I Walter J. Singletary, W. Hunt Harris, of Florida.,, holding a seat in the National House of Representatives representative
-H. C. Sparkman.For Adrian P. Jordan I
is to be believed.
Member National Democratic Executive i Wayne Thomas,

/ Committee (vote for one) : W. K. Zewadskl. And now Mr. Clark comes back to the J people. of Florida, asking;

s John T. G. Crawford, For Delegate.to National Convention, that they again elect him as their representative, so that the",false impressions

William Rocker, Second Congressional District (vote and slanders which he has given rise to may go unchallenged
Eugene S. Matthew for two). To be voted for only in .
In the National House of }Representatives Mr. Clark is
,, loud-mouthed
For Congress, State of Florida at counties composing the Second Congressional ,
Large (vote for one) : District: and apparently courageous in attacking and insulting the memory of''

Braxton Ueacham' B. C. Abernathy, Florida's dead and living representatives. He refers to Governor Gil-:

Claude L'Engle, E. W. Bond, christ as a "pin -head" and he insults the memory of the late revered

{ ,; I George C. Martin J. E. T. Bowden Governor Broward. Now he comes back to ...Florida, meek And
,tL J. Ed O'Brien, Robert E: Davis, lowly;
begging the people of the Second Congressional District to
W. M. Toomer, T. S. Davie believe. that'.,
J Eugene D. he loves Florida and is a friendof the people.
L ., ., ?if ; Albert M. Williamson.For Dodge.Charles .
Ire
Governor of State of Florida F. Highsmith, Mr. Clark must be crazy to assume that the people of this districtare
EX F. Holmes,
(vote for one) : so dense that cannot understand
j Cromwell-Gibbons Minor S. Jones, they infamy and treason when

William II. Milton,, Robert MeNam_. they they see it. Or does he believe that the Florida East Coast Rail

Edward M. Semple, For Delegates t6 National Convention, way is strong enough to elect him. without regard to the wishes of the

Park Trammell, Third Congressional District (vote people of this district?
John W. Watson. for one). To be voted for only in
counties compoeingthe Third Congressional Mr. Clark's settlement day has arrived. He owed a debt to the
M For Justice Supreme Court (vote for
District. : people of this district and he has betrayed their trust. They have decided -
one) :
J. B. Whitfield. J, F. C. Griggs, if the signs of the times are read aright, that they will extend, to
Frank L. Mayes him no further credit.Representative .
For Attorney General (vote for one) : Frank G. Renshaw,

I ITO Thomas F. West. .Milton A. Smith. Clark has painted in ''Washington the blackest pic-

For State Comptroller (vote for one) : Certificates as to state senators and ture his imagination could portray of the'Florida Everglades reclama

THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE I W. V. Knott. representatives will be made direct to tion project. In his effort to blacken and besmirch the reclamationplan
For Secretary of Statevote for one) : the respective-counties: ,, separate from
STATE OF FLORIDA: H. Clay Crawford. above and foregoing. he has not hesitated to insinuate that State officials who have l lent

r rOENTLEMItN WILL H. PRICE, their; energy and effort to the Reclamation Project have been actuated
For State Treasurer vote for
( one) :
--1 have announced and candi- Chairmen Florida State Democratic Executive by motives not
qualified as a J. S. Griner Committee. entirely honorable. He has, by inference, at least

date for Congressman at Large from the State of Florida in J. Hampton Jones, Attest G. W. FISHER, Secretary. tried to blacken the good names of our two National Senators, Messrs.

y the approaching Democratic Primary, and. respectfully ask J. C. Luning.For Alkahest Lyceum Course. Fletcher and Bryan. Whatever Mr. Clark might say against these two

,\ your approval:: of this candidacy. The vie MB which I entertain State Superintendent of Public instruction illustrious representatives of this State would not affect their high

and will express in writing and in public speech are. I If. (vote for one) : RECEIPTS. standing at home. But we who believe in them haove a duty to perform.If .
Rev.i' Bunyan Stephens. . $25200
sincerely hope, in keeping with conservatsm and sound William: M. C.M.Russell Holloway.A. At door (Ralph Bingham) . 12 00 Frank Clark were to be sent back to Congress, it would be a practical -

f., business sense. My fellow citizens and business acquaintances ; W. N. Sheats. .. (The Gales) . 18 00 admission on! our part that.all of his outrageous slanders were true.

have encouraged me in this race. and I feel: that they (Mrs. Chilton) 760
For Commissioner of
Agriculture (vote Mr. Clark has
jot will testify that I am in no sense an extremest but upon the for one) ; (DeKoven Quartette) : 21 75 even now stopped the steadily increasing of immigration -

contrary disapprove of demagogery and purely experimental W. R. Dorman, PISBURSEMEN-IS. to Florida. He -has apparently accomplished one of the

,legislation, whether masquerading in the guise of "progress- W. A. McRae. Ralph Bingham; . f '75 00 things most desired by railroad interests owning land in other sections
The Gales . . 60 00 and who had already felt the loss
\ lve eSl" under less .. For Railroad Comnuaeioner (vote for resulting from the wide publicity ;,..
, allurinaname. If : I will .,
or any elected .
. .
I Mrs. Chilton . . .. . WOO given the Everglades; Reclamation project. '
devote my very best efforts to the faithful and constant ser- one) : DeKoven Male Quartette . . 50 00
> vice, not of any special class, but: of all the people. John Royal L.C. Dunn, A. W. L. (com. on tickets sold! ) 7 10 Was Mr. Clark serving: the interests of FIorida.in this scandalous

I Yours very truiy; Neef#ey. Gazette dating bills and cards.. 7 00 report which has been printed in the newspapers of everState in the
For State Chemist (vote for one) : Union? "

1,. 16.1t W. M. TOOMER.t' R. J!:. Rose. $239 10

\ --_ For Adjutant General (vote for one) : Turned in School Library Fund. 72 15 Mr. Clark says that he was trying to protect the people of the

W. J. Driscoll.J. United States from the land sharks of Florida. If he was really trying

J.. Clifford Stuart Lewis.R. Foster,. R. M. EVANS,$311 25 to protect the people from land sharks why did he hot name the."sharks" f. '
t
State Local Manaorer. instead of leaving the impreasion that every person offering afoot .
For Assistant Auditor. vote for
\ ( .of land for sale was to be included in this. analysis? if he was 1
one): t1(
{ Senator Louis C. Massey Henry Curtis. ., Surprise MarriageThe I honest in his statement, why did he not set the., machiney, of the Post it

For Congress, First Congressional District ' marriage of Miss Eunice Anderson Office department at.work and have dishonest.land: sellers indicted for, .: ::
' and Mr, Louis ,Tucker, both of :'
fraud? 1::1' ,
(vote for ore) "
Plant; City, was announced Monday\ b.e- ; .
Candidates not certified to state com
mittee. Ing a great surprise, and having taken I submit that only cowardly blackguards and guerillas attack from

l place a month previously. The couple ambush. The people of Florida have stood for Mr. Clark's campaigns
For Congress, Second CongressionalDistrict I
had been secretly married at Lakeland, *
(vote for one). To be voted and as the bride was to have graduated of bluster and buncombe in .the past but they are now fully aroused,

t 7s for only in Second Congressional District soon from the Plant City High school and they are asking Mr. Clark to play his cards where they can see

: she intended to keep the marriage quiet them. He.has fooled the people with pro'mlses be/ore. Now they want.to .

R. Hudson Bur: until after her graduation But the know what he. has done. They do not care what he has done for ,
Frank Clark
I S. J. Hilburn., secret war whispered Monday and the Mr. Fla 1er. They did not send him to Congress to represent. 'the, .';
announcement followed. The
bride I I.
a i: _ For Congress, Third Coogreeional District one of the most charming and pretty Florida East Coast Railroad. The want to:know what he has, done

c (vote for one}. To be voted for young women ot the county, and has for the people of: the State of Flori a.

only in Third Congressional District( : admiring friends. Mr. and Mrs. .
many The
answer is written in big letters-NOTHING. ,I
row W. W. Flournoy Tucker will be at home to. their friendsat
yr DanniVte IL May. the residence the latter'. mother, The TRUTH about Florida is GOOD ENOUGH. ;

Emmett Wilson. Mr*. L. M.. Anderson Plant City. ''t
The.TRUTH about Mr. Clark is
State Attorney, First Judicial Circuit I Tampa Tribune- BAD'ENOUGH.A , I!
(vote fQr one). To be voted for only R. HUDSON BURR .\
17.Ef' .
L in First Judicial Circuit: The above notice will be of interestto :

C. Moreno Jones, many.in! Kiashnmee, the bnde having Candidate foe Congress, Second Di ricL. t

i John P. Stoke. spent her girlhood days here. She ts a :\r1

''kr State Attorney. {Second Judicial Circuit daughter of the 1st*J. A. Anderson
(vote, for one). To be voted for.only who 19.... tor a number, of year engaged ,Endorsement Hon. R: Hudson, Burr. ' ;

,, in counties composing the Second Judicial In the turpentine business in this : j'' ' ...
,
c Circuit: county.. by Montcalm Broward. :!' /':

John W. Henderson,
George W Walker: ONE-ATTACK .J

State Attorney! Third.Judicial Circuit Jacksonville Fla., April 8, 1912. 'I
FOLLOWS ANOTHER Hon. R. Hudson Burr, '
(vote for one). To be voted for only ,
r in counties, composing the Third Judicial Tallahassee. Fla. : .' :
( circuit: Has That Been Tour Experience Taking t .\
Dear Sir--I
am writing this to assure of
: Stafford you roy) support"'ofyour1candidacy ,
i Jim B. Hodges Caldwell,' Calomel for Con fipation? Try for the office of congressman from this district:,.' In doing'so. : ,

J- W. M KlI1non. Dodsoa't Linr-ToDeNut Time > I am actuated by these motives ; (

State Attorney Fourth Judicial( Circuit First..! know you to be a" man possessed of the hara teristrc 'and

.' (vote for one). To be voted J for only Many people take calomel to cure the necessary ability to fill the office to the best interests of'the people''
-' in counties :Ju- constipation, and it does cure it for would
r composing the Fourth one you represent "You have been courageous and able in the past:
l ,Candidate for Re nomination .dicial Circuit: day, but two or three days later they and 1.believe you, will display the ,.qualities :
f Wm. A. Hallowees. are sicker than ever. That I.1 one of : .same In. any' position' ,to:
the after-effects of calomel. which you may be elected.
,
State Attorney Seventh Judicial
u fr" (vote for one). .To be voted for Circuit only This is the reason why Kuairamee Second, I cannot forget how you fought shoulder, to shoulder with

*#* I in counties composing the Seventh. Drug Co. will hot guarantee calomel my brother Governor Broward, for the people ; not only when he was,,

+t 'e ,, ,. Sunday School 'Institute.c -*' '"JudlcJal Circuit: Dodson'be harmless.But Liver-Tone we to, do be guarantee a perfect a candidate for office, but in the fight he made, against such great'oddsF;

John C. Jones, eublltlt te'for when he was, endeavoring to bring to perfection his plans for the drainage '
calomel.
: Dodson's
There be Liv .
will
a Sunday Scnool Institute Cary D. Landis.
gg"St4 er-Tone will cure 'constipation and bilious of the Everglades. It required moral courage of a high- 'order,to.
at the Presbyterian church on For Delegates to the National .
$ Convention. attack and keep them stand up as did In these
you
cured, by contests and I believe are entitled to'the
Tuesday the 16th, sessions at 10 p. m. State at Large (vote for six you :
): -
-
and
... and 3 p. m. The program will Include J. F. Akp.nderrA. stimulating toning-up the liver to support of. Democrats throughout the district. k

dree$1.00. .penetUn, $5.OOperhun-, 'addresses by Rev W. A. Provlne. J. Angle do liquid its with best a work.pleasant. It I I.taste a vegetable I I In. conclusion.{ I .want to say that I hope the'people will recall. these.
and I.
'" ; "Rb d.-Ilf.tr/f KM.--Swekve. f' Pierce, Green C'.o.S'prlnp/ :..Rev.. G. Mon Itcalm grown
i, Broward, I shall not
only for
people. It livens the vote 'you but'shall try to"aet > friends'
to
liver m
n From eleet pen of blue Ribbon V., Atbertson. Candler, and Mr Alex. W. J. Bryan, 'up by natural : vote'for
I etoe.t."HI&Ta. fercntof} fertility.; Linn method, doe not act. so strongly you also You have-my permission.to use this'lette' :> '
State C. E. president; : pf St Frank K! Chase, ____ v
a* to weaken the
FLINT, BROS. ,_ Petersburg., lr.E. S.Thomas Crnl --. body, but I b safe and Wishing you ,success,' [ am p'
.. :Thl66 ,UCl&aJmm.', Fla..' Ji' Interested in Sunday school work A. *tare just the same. Yon can buy' a f''Yours .
t' ',- .. .".r rI" Derby \ bottle today from Kissimmee Drug Co. .. I sincerely,
and Bible. study are most cor Jially In* Charles E. Da vb. .. I ,
I- .,.. . .. .,. ,' ltd to attend both' esluu.v -'- ', with the assurance of your money. back _. Signed ';MONTCM.M :BROWARD .
e :n: .. "CP w:; .. ,Herbert.. 1. ;d'''Dodd' .,.' if 1 It fail In your oue:.. A lft-lt- '" ). ..:

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