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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 24, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00543
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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Inspector. Recommends Route for I
'Council Passes an Order Regulating '

_District Adjoining This City. ., The Use ''
of Autos and Bicycles '
Will Be Started Soon. I' ' ; r.: '
on Broadway.
:Kleaimm Will have Its tint rural ,.A, ',, '
: A greatly needed ordinance
mail route probably within a month was passed.
District Postal Inspector W. D-" Kahn, by the City Council! on Tuesday night'a -

whose headquarters are at Tampa, was. traffic ordinance'
in the city this week inspecting a proposed biles and blcyle Since the paving on't
route for which a petition in due Broadway ,was completed:, leaving a
curbed parkway down the middle of the .
form was previously presented, and his ,

report on the route ia'so favorable that s avenue the Importance.of some, law sregulating
g the traffic hag been
as soon as the necessary'preliminaries Imperatively

are completed the route will be in opera shown. The driveway on each v
s d.-of the
ation. parking adequate for a i
great deal of traffic! If it i I.
Route number one will cover Camp rightly han-. 4 "i
bell and the Shingle Creek districts and died, but when them is no regulation at'' ,
all, the Inconvf'nience'arid .., 4
distance danger ha '
the Ivey settlement.; The daily "
I to be covered is approximately teen very great. t l

By the term of the
z1126 miles. .rUWIItZ new ordinance t nan
This is an important step for a community autos must drive to the right on
which is encouragipg the rural Broadway and atop at the sidewalk ,':.< j'

and farm development that Kissimmee curb. No car will be allowed, 'to atop : A

II. No one thing tends to add ao muchto at the parkway curb no more than two a

the enjoyment of life on the farm as ir- car will be permitted to stand togetherat : '"

receiving the daily mall and Kissimmee : f- the sidewalk curb. Those who have ,
is to be congratulated on having made witnessed{ the auto convention. which .r

a start. r[have heretofore been held along'' the v

Another route is planned for Hilliard',. j parkway curb will understand the importance 4

Island and adjacent districts, and with of this rulo.

the number of people who are moving i, The regular rule of the road that all

into that} section it is a certainty that auto must turn to th. right when meeting e

before next spring two rural routes l another vehicle, is incorporated into

will be in operation out of this city. the ordinance. It I I. also provided that f

Mr. Kahn, while in the city also( auto must have light and horn. Bicycle

made an inspection of the streets with I are required to( carry.light and r
reference to the proposition to .stal>l1l1h A SUB-IRRIGATED FARM WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF KISSIMMEE. I bell. \ t

free. city delivery. lie stated that Kissimmee __nn -- The speed limit within the city la

is in line' for this, the postal fixed at eight miles per hour. If strictly a

receipts being adequate. He urged the WITHDRAWS SUITfire I MANY SIDEWALKS ORDERED.Sidewalks ENJOYEDJIERIRIPState enforced, this limit will make a material +.

numbering of the houses and the building I reduction in the speed at which a i

of sidewalks. Mr. Kahn stated that Engine Is Released from Attachment : Were ordered on nearly ten Bryan street between Stewart and C. [. Secretary Writes of Visitto number of machine have been In the ,
It would not be necessary to build as I habit of running.
miles of streets by the City Council at Randolph.
bo A. S. Nelson.The Kissimmee Convention.In I
many walks here as soma places, as
the meeting held Tuesday night of this Patrick street between A. C. L. R. R.
in the more sparsely settled residence attachment filed by Mr. A. S. I' week. This action, in its importance to and Randolph. i i the course of an interesting account Start Hog Ranch. ,, "

districts where there are good grass Nelson on the automobile fire engine the welfare of the city, is second onlyto Clyde avenue between Mabbette St. |I of her trip to the State C. E. Mr. Kenneth Butler and Mr. J. E.

walk., these might answer pending the lat weak has I been removed. The' the street paving work,which is be- and A C. L. R. R. Convention recently held In tail city Lupfer have bought a piece of land

construction of granolithic walks. He accident which resulted in the damage: ing done. Rose aienue between Mabbette street Miss Grace A. Townsend, of InWrlac- from Mr. J. W. Miller, north of hi*
stated, however, that these would only to the and to Mr. Nelson's Patrick ken. State Secretary of the C. E.::,
and street.
\ I As noted in another column, the postal ; place on the Mill Slough, and will start
be by the authorities as a
accepted auto wan the subject of discussion at ,Mabbette as follows:
Vernon avenue between st. i i speaks
the a hog ranch under the
makeshift and that the sooner walk. authorities are ready, as soon as title ,of The
the Council meeting but no action was I and A. C. L. R. R. { Two days were lived happily among Mill
are laid all over the city the sooner will year limit has expired to give this city Slough Hog: Ranch. Tb. gentlemen -
taken. old friends of Gotha.
Sumner a Preibyter
tree delivery of the mails, if the aide- Beaumont avenue -between have secured: a number of fine animal
it be
possible to secure city delivery.Still '
Mr. Mr. E. L. We'ndt; representing the walks are built. Th completion of the street and A. C. L. R. R. ian church has just been organized and and will go at the business in a
another matter suggested by '
La Franca Fire Co. o' Elmira Orlaado/ avenue between Sumner and its founder District President.Snyder : '
Engine manner.
Xahn was that of a government( build- work ordered, Tuesday night will prob- i' thorough If they succeed a* ,;l'
ing. He stated that this Is the time to N. N., han been in the city this week. ably insure free delivery, as it covers, Patrick streets.Stewart I hope for a live C. E. society at some well a some of the Western farmer ';''! 4

'? begin agitating the question. The citizens -I He ban found that the damage to the in one direction at least practically the : avenue between Bryan and i not distant day. The young people are we 'may expect to see them ridingaround . 4
fire ngine was not nearly *o serious as Mabbette streets. anxious for its organization.Guest in '
settled part of the city. ; auto, airship and Otherhighfalutin' ;:
should write to the congressional 4
was at first feared. A.S soon as some Church street between Stewart avenue ; of Miss Daisy Murry, Ocoee vehicle >
delegation early and'often, as the On the streets upon which sidewalks
process I
small parts are received from the and Main street the next stop. This is one of the villi-
of securing an appropriation is a have been ordered there are of course I
factory the machine will he I Broadway between Stewart avenue age places where Christian Endeavor
long one and the sooner it is started strated ai, d turned over to already considerable distances coveredby and Brack street. I pray rr-meet ings are! held every week, 9 91n
the sooner will the city have its build demon-J walks. ClerK Gilbert has begun the the round. El LOCAL OVERfLOW ] l {fir.
Mr. Nelson will probably ask Main street between Broadway and year ?
ing. It is necessary first to secure an to him for the loss on his work of preparing notices to the property On May 3rd; accompanied bp -Miss,
repay Vine -
appropriation for the site and then for holders, but it is impossible as yet street. Murry over the "Midland",. the jour "
the building. At the best it will probably machine. to tell just how much lineal distancewill Brack street betw'een Broadway and was made to Kissimmee, where durIng Mr. N. R. White (Yankee Ned) was '

take four year to secure'the'build In the statement with reference to be covered in the \i ork ordered, but Vine street.. ney the State convention the secetary in the city yesterday on the way to hi.) It" t,

i ing, and 'work had aa well begin now as the damageing, of the fire 'engine' pub- it is probable that between twelve and Dakin avenue between Ct.urch itreetand was entertained In the homes of Rev.S. home In St. Cloud from Crystal Spring. t .'
lished in the issue ot last week Fire fifteen will be laid the Mr. White stated to a representative ' 7
any time. miles of walk : A. C. L. R. R. S. Snyder and Mr. A. S. Nelson a ;
'. Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew gave Chief Porter was made to say that order including both aides of all the Posseill between Church st. ,, young-hearted' middle-aged Endeavorer of the Gazette that he had Joined, the ,
I Morrow, (the chauffeur) had come to avenue cooperative colony at Crystal Springs
the Gazette included.
Valley representative a streets lof
and A. C. L. R. R. the local Presbyterian church. Par-
I him with the statement that Council- I II and would move there in a abort time.
comparative statement of the receiptsof The time limit set for the completionof ticulars of this, our twenty-third convention ,
the office for April last, year and- the ma i Hansell I was going to let him take this work is August first. Ownerswill Darlington avenue) between Pleasant ,'I and its' delightful Christian This colony I II being promoted ..1 by the_ ._:
the car out. Through a misunderstanding street and Stewart avenue. Cooperative Homestead Co.. along communiatie .,
corresponding month of this year. In receive notice in the near future so told in other articlies. .
'{i fellowship, are news .
April of 1911 the receipts were $825.89 ; of the' reporter Mr. Porter that they may make their plans for do- Ruby avenue between Stewart avenue line, and Mr. White 1 I. enthusiastic -, .

in April. 1912, the receipts were$1183.21. 'wall misquoted in this statement. Mr. ing the work.'x N and A C. L. R. R.Jn I I The convention over, the secretary over th. prospect. '

This shows a gratifying increase in one Porter stated that Mr. Hansel came to Following are the streets where work line with the sidewalk proposition, I '
| was guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Messrs. Jenkins alt Wooc ham.' surveyor 'i ,
of 23 cent. No him and askefi! him to go out on the ordered in the ordinance and in order to the against
proof adopted secure city
year per stronger was W. L. Rewis, the former having been a ; *, are laying out In 6-acre) 'tracts
'.6f.the growth and development of the car with Morrow, himself and some Tuesday night : any possible brsRTin the matter of free'I district: secetary friend in put year of the 2,000-acre farm of the'Klsslmmee! r

i 'city can be given than this comparative other gentlemen, and that he, Porter, Emmett street between Stewart and : delivery, an ordinance relating to the service "for Christ and the Church." Farm Land, Bond* Loan and,Investment t > e ,
stated that he had no right to take the
i statement In order to maintain thereceipt Randolph. numbering of houses was adopted ,on 'One day was with Mrs.* J..-- W... Company. ThV: land Ilea about -
at the point necessary to secure machine out as fire chief until it had Mabbette street between Stewart and Tuesday night. This work will be done Miller, former State and dlstrictofficer five mile south of the city. Road are r
'.free there I II 'no need of been accepted by the city. At the request I under the direction elf special committee .
delivery any Randolph. ; > and of the Kissimmee i also
i ;yet president being laid out .and" ditches) established. \
: .
t the coming year, but there , of Mr Hansel), however, states Verona street between Stewart and "and fn accordance with the most ap Presbyterian society. Miss Emma Yow ) "

> to believe that the next twelvemonths Mr. Porter he consented to KO out. Randolph."SPEEEDY". I proved plans. I ell, a 'leader of the Christian Church'society .J' Mt
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Will show receipts of at least Mr. Porter made the same statement I was another hostess of that The Kalem company has just released, a
before th" Council Tuesday the. '"1he Dervishes
; 12000. film; Fighting of '
could have located the ball the score week. M i}
There is no reason why Kissimmee night. No action WAS taken however, STARS might: have been different. the Desert and Missionaries In Darkest ;,

',,should\ be more than a year behind toward fixing the rc-spoi.sibility, and However the game was interesting' fnjoyable'Reception.Those Africa."' This extraordinary production ' ...., I ,

Lakeland, a city of much greater popu- none will probably be necessary unless Win from Relics of .An there being enough hit, misplavs, who took part In the production was made in'Africa by the Kalem q a j
in free De the matter should come up in a court Regulars 1 i 'under the
lation securing delivery. queer baseball broken bats and band !! of "Hunker' Comer" for the company, personal direction ,

livery was Inaugurated there about a action. tiquity. music to keep the spectator .Itting.up I benefit of the Christian church a few of Sid Olcott from the'story',,by G.n. f ,
.'month ago, under a positive rule that 'I' weeki' Gautler. Three Kalem artists '
"Speedy" Alvey smeared himself all and taking notice.A alO were delightfully: entertained portraythe i
-there would be no delivery where there { Looks Like' a Plot. Monday night at the Chapter Reuse! leading' part" All.the, tribesmen '. ( ,

'were, not concrete or tile walks. This The members of the present City over 'with glory at the game Thursday Serious Mistake.. j j Mrs. S. It. Aultman and Mrs, II C. shown In this picture an native ot \1, ,t

wa done oh ccount of the heavy sand between.the Has-beens and the regulars Stanford entertaining. Africa. This, photoplay I is of special ." ,
Council have evidently entered intp>> a
in:Lakeland. Here, where the govern- by two sensational stunts that Fort' Myers I I. the best town In'i; During tho evening a pleasing? pro- Interest a* it ta' the first one J ever made

ment will likely give: a little leeway on in conspiracy the lead to keep the Klulmmee interior strictly Florida! would have been star playa in a big Florida barring none. She I. going gram was Driven.- Miss Ruby Ellis In the heart of Africa,;.and will be lOOn s .r

account'of the splendid grass in many\ i cities.! This among plot I. indicated by the league game. One of these was a running ahead at a rapid rate, building Im- .played a piano solo, Miss Mary, Gaines, shown,on the screen,at,the"'Pastime! I In J
one-handed stab of' a batted ball proving and in fact doing anything that | i". ",
of the reasonable :
pity, a amountof Kissimtnee '
parts I and ,Mr.. Earl Buzza sang a- vocal,
fact that the street committee has or- I d
attention to the building of that was on its way to the Everglades. { is a sign of a really good town.-Eort j duet Miss Lillian Harrl..prelented. ,

during*the next year will eidewalk'i. dered for the use of the city the auto-, The second was a successful dive after Myers Preee.We'llevrriook. '' reading, and Mis Lena Lord a piano Reporter1 Avery Powell of the J.onrVnsl '... r 3r 'a
matic and
delivery. Let u. g-t buss street sweeper sprinkler a ball' that looked as though It would be tlerror this time, solo. Refreshment were served and i I. 'looking for a family of hi*name-., i'sake.

previously noted and a grader for use I j impossible for a human being to cap- and will charitably aiMume. that the most charming tonal time wa enjoyed a He road' ,a purchase of some; ;; ,x "
**/ r the dirt streets. There few
For the flood Sufferers. I on are I' ture on the fly. Few of the spectators, editor of the press has not beenvin Kis by those present. fine trout Mondaymorning, ordering ; r i
towns of the size of KlsJimmee that
in fact thought AWey\ had it, until he simmee lately. If it happen 'again, them delivered' at?" bis residence but,

The express company wUl continue tosenCdree have anything like the number of up- came up with it in his glove after rolling however we ahall have to deal summarily Rushing Paving ,Work.The when be cat down to dinner, he war in., ; ,;,
of I charge, boxes to the flood to-date civic possessions that this city formed by the hostess that s
w a few yards.. Alvey, in addition to with our Fort Myers contempor- : no .bad
sufferers until June 10. Those who has. So long as the Council and Mayor'conspIre Alabama Paving Co., which ha '
been delivered' there he
these stellar plays, is credited with ary.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. ao to eat
tothis to give Kissimmee these de- > the paving contract in this city has '
wish to Contribute worthy cause .
pie and wish the who ;
hit and the party wafeastIng
the first first
making run
''leave'packages at the I sirable things they will be permitted to'' Now, Kuyky, don't go up in the air.We've completed the laying of brick on Emmett ,
can,. Chapter for the regulars. on :his purchase,, would choke to
their hearts' content been in Kisay not. so very long street to Clyde avenue. Men are '
House. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. plot to I! death on the fish bone
forward the contribution Incidentally, it should be stated that since and will admit that she I. about now at work on that thoroughfare.The ,
:WU1 be glad and ;>> -
to the district where they arfc so Icecream Social. the Crackers toyed with the antiquatedbunch the best interior village In Florida. curbing crew has also begun on Mr. Baynes:4 Of..< Champaign Ill, who' ',

much needed The magazine room of of used-to-be's, whose joints But Kuyky if you Yloul4( ) really like to Main street At the present rate of ha been .topping for 'some time in- '
:the"Chapter House will be left unlocked This afternoon and evening the Junior fairly creaked as they lumbered awk- know what Jiving ia come to Fort My progress the :work .will be completed Kissimmee ha latelymade a trip .'
C. E. Society is holding an icecream wardly around the diamond. The final ers-below the frost line-and we'll well within the time limit.Reorganization.. i
*o that all who desire to contribute through Manatee county and point on
social I the beautiful lawn of the
on score was 8-1. Doyle' Dandle allowing to hand time and --
Kurantee yon a good the '
them time I West Cant 'H
articles may leave at any nporta'improve
Presbyterian church. It Is for the benefit the granddaddies to make run to without doub show. you a city that will ment wher.verhevist.dan{ :
,..,11rsr Irene Saunders left Wednesday- of the Children's\ \ Home Society of1 I keep 'em playing. make ;you want to put ;your winter. clothe At a meeting of'the director of ''th. Florida fast becoming. ''populated can with ;

for a abort visit to friend in Plant City Florida of which Marcus C. Fagg Is' Kulp pitched for the regular and did tn moth balls and hotfoot'It fqr 'a Lodlam & MacDonough. Company Mr- people ',,from the! frozen North,, ; t 1 "

and Fort Myers, after which she will j I the able superintendent Come and en- not extend himself at any time, simply homestead in this vicinity.-Press. R. H. Ludlam wa elected president, However, there I I. no place that, look 1 ;, '

go to Calico Rock. Ark: to. spend the I, jay the cream >and. fudge. If there lobbing 'em over usually and letting Believe we'd. go. If it were not that in place of Mr. W. A. Smiths Mr.. a1 good to him a*'' Kissimmee'. and he ,I'

summer With.her parent, returning to I should be a shower, they will move antiquities pop out. Gilbert pitched we haye no winter clothe. or mothball Smith is not now connected with. the, will undoubtedly make' farther ,.investment -, b '

1 KUiimmee about September let._ I I i I "er1O the manse v iranda. good game for the relics, and if they ., *. company: in any way.: I here., a ""

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- -- ___ J -I 1 Inspector i iPartln and J., Wj Prenlis :l.l.Administrator'. Notice. "'.!

$ ----;; --- -. . - -I Proceedings of clerk of saril election.. I In Court'at County rfWwTck Judge Florid.. 1;

I In re ratate: of :\ M Chandler
: The supeiintendent was also instruct I reawsdOiMMfola County, ..' zi;
The Man'sDretim blank and ballots ] I Notion In hewliv if I yen. to nil whom It .
Young ed to provide.necessary ftI"
the School Board I ""11.11) that will. a SllO '
Khadwiek M. ChujjflP-r.
tor said election.Ml pHtuK-of deesaij,014.,
I Iho I Ikt day ol July A. 'ui. 1'1'1., .
ISII Alma Nicholson having resigned I I alterable "."". K. Parker. (Jo"btr: iofl. i
Kl limmee". Fla.. May 7. 1912. of Si hoot\ No. i Inr ...1 I<1 county at his omoe In K1iNIinmt.TI JUd.I 10 it
.' teacher
her position as ,lt\( .'. lo ,..lil ooiinly. at III o'nlock a. m
", The Hoard of Public Instruction neMlt4ir UK the matter can be heani or.for.
t I nuihorltr mil at Imblln or .private ..Ie'
his and; itave't regular session.there being present appointed to fill( out t1n4'remdifl(14)r of ,.ut,r.. liiterwitof. aid enioto to th. : iii.ij'
Is choice .
to marry. tlie girl of; W C, Baas, chairman;; E. E. 'Brown I ( l reel ".entalv I In wild "ou"". to IflJIowigSdeterihUl Wit h
f the .
term .
UIA MiiiitbwiiHt quarter of the '
j t ahozealtIiisoun: ; and W. W. Chandler. ; also W. J. Sears, Tho .rh1.llndent was instructed to. q..rt..r..r. fm lion :At, Townilhln M'IOUtb.tot"outh !,(
!.\\p! ot i
d::1 I I JailS the smith half ol
Kanitn .ot. the :
The first -be secured with theyirVsconsent. superintendent.: enclosing; UaiJaenger wouu. j
can get npce,nary wire for woNt, qlmrter( of thn xuilhwmt, quarter ,
. &
'Vj : .n. Minutes of the last regular session school property.The south. half of the NoiiihaMfit quarter if |'
"UUIW.t t4uleItCI'. oolUir lIe .cr"a Jnore
The with ( were read and approved. board. atrim -cldU. Hint notllich..r 'hats Wlilnli .p|>llo"llon will IHI ''''._
second is ?
j easy our. plan r ""r tJt; iho txiiiUun u"li silo now on flio in ui?
e iII ___ B. C. Miller, county treasurer, reported should be' emjilojMl. in till court 'utl'utl'Ih"

'VI We l loan inonefor "Home Building" and upon as follows : simnvK I lliKh I School in nny grade, -x- :I at:...d Mfl 1' "th) J!. D. 11112. j
\ w. W ;
such terms and conditions WE MAKEYOUR: CMANM.KR '
/ easy thakany To the Honorable Board of Public In. cept Oi h".tt. V. till, rtfil, not hull a Pirst 2" "" AdmlnlHtrator. ;
income will take/ care of /it/, well within the earning struction. and for Osceola) county : Grade '!"(.ad.'r.) ... C<-rtilii-au-, "--

DREAMS further basin\?**, the Notice of Election. '
ability of le-bodied> energetic man. Then' Wing no
: any I herewith tender my report as treagJUrer -

[, Cheaper] than paying "rent, and in the end the. HOME is COME I of Osceola county for the monthof Board adjourned till n.v\t r,.Kiil r in<:eting. inHfle I In comilmnoo mill 0\11..1.\ with It the I* hereby law Inllucho..... !

YOURS. -, a TRUE April, A. D.. 1912.O""ERAL i 11",1,I .!<.(.lur. ..'i\l Him an uliwtlnit will iiILOUne.4 be held f '
W. (C. BAX, tun r I &rk stillS h"".... ac-hool No. 7 Qweo!;; '

I By adopting our plan of lIom -gettin(} you simply pay each SCHOOL FUND Chairman.: 1 In."H.(Uouniy.!. for :ihi-HorItla.oii purpiimnl Mnnder l..|*rm
month u small payment) ? which adds proportionately to paid 10 lialajico from laos r"I|>orl. . Mi.68' 10' Attest : or not 1 tie following UMIM'rllii-il territory hii :'
!, your To .mt rec'il from Compt I mill ichool .l li'tlIflP. K "pn..loll| lax n hool Dlmrlol' vl. .

interest t in YOUR O\VN\ HOME. tax October redemption. ., ... :11 auTo W. J. SEARS. Hi'ul''"lirim Hi the mouth of the oan'.II"'dl.l ..
up ,. I
IT' 'in ha i ko Tohoimkallxa, to :.ako
.mt ..,,,'d Irani Tax Col tax. 60S.: :UI Superintendent lohoiw ''
loan interest balances. ,lOtIlZII( .t I. )known us Eiatport; tiai 'r
at Jr .
money; simple o yearly To amt f", H from Tax Col. poll* laio-ll Ml (00 ---- .t 1I0w '.1,1! euiii. to I'.a: .., Lake . .q
''he.r..l1"w 'b. ...iirgiu. Kiel I..kll Tobol"'c;,
Tabulated Illustration of a $1,000 Loan Made SlOW; II ,111)1)' ) to 11.. torSO bi'ufldary ha' Of ltlo0.1stnt (
on FOUNDATIONNothing ,
Br: paid, warranta M imnlHt . iiwi 4.1 FIRM eight 10ft. 10wooblp Tweiity-flTe 1:16): )
'uth nf I<..n,,.. Thirty (>11'1') Cast; tbeoe. I
Contracts that are from Six to Twelve Months Old By lialmnce. . . . 7HIU\ "iKCHiKII. -- n) rniiKt. li.... dlvldiim$ Kanvtf Twenty,nine we.12111') .'.
I BII.I I tiny( (lao/: II<-UP. miuth one +" 1) nSft ,
Purchase Price of each Contract $6.00 B-DIRT. NO. 1. Undermine It In Kisiim- ihetK. l 1'I Lake Tohnpekailn ; thenoe. foil '
S To balance from laot report, . . . 2,1 /s.1 Can Ion' the man.l<.rlni[. of Lake Tobopekallcaia'pitint

Amount deposited as dues .. . . . . . . $73.00 To amt rec'd from Tax Col tax M 20 mee. of (0.-gt.iatsi. Very l.renoeptfally.O. .1 1JI. '

Amount deducted for expenses . . . . 18.00 W. D.iiiiiwiii PAHTIM.; ;
::12M I ,
t 04 slow to
Amount of loan made by the Company . . . . $1,000.00 By paid warrant an per Hut 00 (III People are sometimes recognize CL.T PAUTIM, Kto.. '
< ",1 nl o to determine who aballorreaei : 'I

Amount of advance credit on loan . . . . . . 54.00 By balance. .., .. .. I :J6* <04 true mnt: and thy cannot lit .h..11 ru-ttfeit of Mid dlotriot for two Tea* ''_
next "fH'r the elerllon, and to MX the number ;
SCHOOL aUB-DIST. NO 2. blamed, for so many have been hum- nf inillv,' if MlHlrli-t School Tai to be levied and

Balance due Co. table . .t' [ .."Ii..le d a""".11/ for the mild two >'.araI 'I.
$ \ITo of
payable as per following 946.00 To bal Irom lant. report > hugged| In the past The experience I ht. |1.\1"1"11| I | were ... W..d.t.lei

I amt nc'd from lax Col tax \l. '.hMrpo. .ap\'ln.. \ rrlHT, LawrBMlrii
I I I hundreds of Kihoimmoe retud'-ntn.. ,'*- ,,,, HiMti.i.' : i. W Pnnu.. clerk "
!"a'are due on loan I Interest 5 per cent Proncp.1 yearly .t I Yearly total "rind- Monthly total prond- ]HIM I I' >n,' iiy irdi-r of the llonrd ..I fnbllo Ia. J.
Years etch year I on yearly balance' S8 30 per month I pal and ,n'.r..t : pal and ,nteret H) paid arrant an per lint I 16 'm pr..s"edpublicly through mwipaiicrfand '1 ri- ,, IIrl<1ii. this 7,11 :
I I .' ,,i'vio'ru'"1''Fi' : ]
I By balance Hi 51 other sources., places Uoan's! Kiil-! I I C." .1)) W. C. HASH

lOt I $,,4600 I $47 3" I S9960 I 146 90 .'t '4 foundation hr.r. 1,1 ; -
firm <
:L Pill,
H( HOOI it'H-DIIIT.tO. on a
.nd t'4t 40 I I.. 32 9960 14' 9 j ii S35rd ney \ \I j Jijun' . sitpt ant
.! s, I' 3754 I c,60 I 136.94 'I 4' TT bHl from, laM report . . 1'.1" !t6 Mrs RI.L. ';eaver, Vet; Portagestr..e I U
4th 30 36 6 I ' 95 ott5th I frVm Tax ('ol tux 1o. 91I
i To amt rcKil
: '
: : :; :: : Kia i think Notice
I 38 60 ij6 986th :, KisBimmue -says : of 'Incorporation -1'

U' 0 ', 40 I 9960 I ,31 no '017 I 1,11 9I just as highly of ))oan'.. Klllt", ,'}' 1'ills I .
7.h 3aLitt 1 U I 9960 I 117.0' 975S.h '(Ills'' ,i- in itii> Klvm that wo, the IIod_ ,'rIKII
HI So I I" 44 99 60 liz 04 9 54 H>' itnld nnrrn4tVflH t p'r I'1* today as I did when I puljlji'ly recommended '( ,I I. '.> ''II "" II". 'Tlh ,I., ..I Jut.. A 1(, 111"0\
; _.,h '.0:0" .6 o '1o7.o6 B01o "t'i'| t t... lh H.Hmriihli* Albert" W. (;llchrlitu it,
Mon"t '960 f : 48 496. ,>.oS 8 e8 I H) l...laiu, . . it:, so them some years II K" ..'MIII" ..I On M.lo of Florida for Letter S SI

. t I I .. II...... tt11.IIIIT. 510. 1. ache caused me a great
9' i ;01\\" .. I Total Int $248 90 Pr nc Sr.600 Si 194 90 Total Principal ard Tnt I TO '.al IruJn h 1 rtpnrt 91 iDg there-was soreness! through moins \ i viri I ,i,,. ..,( I tin' \Ic'". irt the Himc nf ,',
''I I , , I un i,1!,.i I nu I <'\ name ..r th, Kllllmm"4'
__ To II tIlt. rIc .1 11111 Tx Cot till ; : IITI I ; and this made it v<'ry (ilillicnlt( !Inr i
I I I I I'M r\ i 11I1'| mi I I" Tin' prupo.ed ..h.rl"ro.14, ,
NOT ':Hh lor\LS. ,I.; me to ftpop. I was aNo hotlnnd I l'> I i ,r]>"riti;'n J tinif) In ....rd. an.l flgurnn' ai fol ;\
: I -.t .1
.i rt1t&TIIPIy IH'' 1-'
anti rI. Nov
If your r-: : I:'nton a $ !.ooo.C'o 1 l'2fl were equated it won'M, be $10.48 per month. Ito, III B)) pir Il..t .. ,Ill the kidney seer*'lions and tin I -,!I-t t -o I I T.IV.H*W OIIVEH\UAK"ON: I'I
that when 1 morn
Vith o:; scvi': :.; of ;o cents a day yc ..: (rn rreet the contract requirements. ,J I I.RINII, .7 poorly got up N. 11. CAKM>N.AI ,
7 nl( I was all tir,'d out 1 Uuin' ,'' Khlncj'ills ..
With a g\'i in: < of ," "j cents a day you can pay back a S> i.ooooo loan. I B. C. MILLER
which 1 obtained at tin kit--MH-) '
1) 1 I 01 I INI
: 1(21.1I
) Why pay re 't ? \V'iy' pay a much hijh :r rate of interd(! t on note or mortgage elsewhere I Treasurer -
County Co. K''v' me r.I In,el from I -,
The 10 .
rray Warrants in the sum of $2843.41: :! t were these troubles und n'Htor. 'd I mi. I to' (J.I.l I Tin: i:)II: i'I linn I i i;oration\:: abut tw the :
f- "'he'11'N"t.; I I Ki- )lIJt5 l>Hir\ i IultiOtIY.| ami its pWnclpalii ,
examined and cancelled in open s..ssion. health I'-I" ..,. ..ii, ""I'I''IIeUt hlllll!to. 1 I", tin <'IIT ill' :Kit
\'re ",Ihw! 4 rer cent interest on the monthly advance dcnocits, after the third month. I . -inn, .. I i nit\) "r < M.,.,1.. -'.too"l Plorlla :.
and warrants issued for sale all dealerl'i, ,. Ml I(
i Bills were approved by I
'e h\1ry you I save your money. help' you make more out of your money than you can make 5r. oxriI .

'.! "elf. and loan vou. money at a lover rate and on bctter terms than you can get else- as follows: cents. Foster-Milburn Co., KulTalo I h,' .. I'I'I' rnl I it NOt'.I-.' ol the hiiHlneu to be '041I 4iHiikiii ;

I. U 1 8|..r,., Hillary Supt I 1KI) TOW ]New York sole agents for thin.< I mud :"I I 1""y 1 I vHUl" inriurailon khall 'Iw that of ,4IIIHI
wi-c. 17'e ere i "HOME" cor">anv an'! wi'l appreciate: your business. I 'ulm I lurliiH. bu>i inK a ii aullliifc: ..1.11 f dairy 1.*.<
MI I 11 I Ito)
C Hum, States.Remember. .
I |Ir.-twl'. nnil (Nrrvliiir on an I Itimduruuff" a :**
EIflrownMBIi! "'I U .
HI in'r. I itt rv iMislnehN, anil tie aiqulnpg.' tluvtnum
I : W. cliandUT, M I" PI 1 M (XI the name Doan) and dtHiiiiK. 'li-HalnK aid telling\ mooS "

Pro K M E,'aiiH. nal t'<-h'r",'h'l 1 No I I. 17J r" take no other. I t.rI'rIY, r''nl.mid: pcmonal. an may be ':7.i'Uar .
> II tliiI or < 0l VCfli'tI I fur carr>mK on fi
p THE GUARANTEE INVESTMENT & LOAN CO. I Mlm Alminal I iltn, <.r" ." NoMm I '". IJ1I '.iTdUIIIIIU, \ Its IHIMI, i-.h and Hhall have lb. IJ

A A Blininmil, Vo I 1.5 WMlH Summer School. right tn lIllY. own und He 1 i.liarea of caplu 11;
.. HUM .k ..1. th r coriMirHUonH. ti> borrow.nd. 4U
I INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAWS OF FLORIDA. I It .. Martlm KloK" .. "No I 'A Ol I .,ml tniMM'3, in I h. .nll".III" of It* bu.lnIIo/j i
,-- U Alblna Kind "No I '.:.011 Beginning Monday. July I 1"', and continuing and to do\ Htiy a.Jot nil I I titi II rm ncccMHary: to Uietr. ':1
Emma FULtli No I. '05 0')' THIIIII.. D: '
TAMPA FLORIDA I .. the High School building a Humm..rIIchool
I Cora laTl No I 1&', .. .. for the benefit of pupils. who Tin opltal, sIok! ol olil Mirporatlon (blllbe 'jli
Harriett Wilcox No I nuVI | ,.,IHMI., to I,.. ilivlitfd Into one hundred aoij I""
Ir )hUra .' .. No I (JOft. have work to make up and for those ixtj kliarthof the par value) of (1COUO tack tfI
,. ;. ( I lIttlI eliHrm vhall 1 bu Imuivi) and paid np ia M
"NoM 1. 00r
Louise Tliomanon who for do
wish to
.. .. ". any reason private ,full l II>' tbH oonvejante: lo the cor".t'ooJ" '14
--- C Hrjan No 1. >600 Tuition nil the ol evfrv kind and character c
t school work. rates furnished property
{ Effle 1"00" .. "No I 55 00 now o")nid Ijy WY.. Cavr; .on and T. 8. Oll.f, >
r on application. Address until July in, buiinrm auiler the Una 4
ooiariuern doing ft
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Yowell No I IX* OUKachael
C V 7 .. Emma .. .. .. Oxford Ga. R M. EVANS. namn nf the Klaolniniva Dairy Comtianjp.or 1t
No 1. 45 00 :: :
Two tnings which farmers raise, Lcake .. It-jul 5-12:! KlHHimracB, Oacvola ConbtT, Florida. Tb .-.f
t t TRAMMELL "It Mrs Jute Alwood" No 2. 49 COMr tune to Include all\ landa and peraonal. propel !
PARK says : either of which read backward indicates Jane LIDIcklniion eat 12. poD No 2. . SO 00 ly owned by aald oo.artn.r.bip', ; the ,aIe.of "'I
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the other. P..II O.teeu. '. No 13 8.D No 3 82 25 maid I pruiicrty,. no to be conveyed herelo..l.. /
; r :: shall be the aim and ( A Miratfuii by co-pertnenhlp, an
:' \ .. Mint Nettle IIoJiiw, >. ", <. f.l\ 15 YOU ARE A DEMOCRATYou lore (|UK'nlil and ..l fortb being (be ram or ; iIlii

: )0 !, : :. tt'i. to' render an Cora t Maine, No, tulMllat, 1., ,80 UO ;.I Mi. mull the Incorporatora of of tola oorporf Jurt!ftUuu
.. jllif .. ; hereby flx maid mum |1 .OOO ai a ._
: ."" .Jt"f; 'l't. / Prot.C N Carne '.'.,'/-1'. ".s'''/11.(!, W 00 valuu for a_id property |L;
t. t' "f loyal service Mbw A Arrowsmith, ... "- "' I. W 00 believe in a fair play and a FOURTH. 3

Miwi Fled Doollltle " 1. (.M 00 square deal.Florida .
the State. .. .. .. ,. t '.( 1 Llllh-tD.Je has declared for Underwoodfor NII>' ,iimebu Incrvaiied toa,, mum ii proTtdedb '
I "I shall labor and I J H Kteffen, No 28 S,D No 4 60 (XI President. the IMWII of the Mate of Florida.. ;t:f.;1.
MI.. \IleKile, La...""on No 2!! S,D No 4 4:. OOL.

_.t 1 things which will Jordan, imlary No in ((2 u OK) .. "o UO Delegates are yet to be elected KirrH.; j t

Mian Mary: \Florence HKlary) No :za 411 (JJ Don't you think it is just and fair to Thin rurjxiratlon ihall vxlit pcr|>f ttially. 1HIXTH

vance the welfare IToft' 1 1' \Heknap! No 46 .
send Underwood's friends as UeUijated
Miss A M"hoUun. salary No 19 I > I" "
0 Ii PEOPLE." "I 1 am .. .. ]l9).flNo4) ; "> 00 to the National Convention? <"'. 01 this corporation Ibal\\ be 0DC.bnled '
I.y a preuttliut, ieeretsr-7 and 1rtsUOV.mud ,'
S B C Miller. com, tree* 0$! 47 Below is a list of the Underwood a .Joird ot 0 t 10. thin tbree (3)) or ID-
who voted for me .. (aii) 1)) .. t; M I Ih..11. coven ((7)I dlr. c'or.' who .b.1I be elected 'JO
Democrats be
candidates- can depended i I .....u.lly on the pettond ' 10 Juo.1 '
w : ary and entertain C Li Bandy: com Ux col (nub J 1)) 11 SW upon to honestly and faithfully f-II"h year by the .wckbold of tbe corPora'!
B 0 Millur com trraa (,nun 21} :2 17 lI..n( The following "aincd 0 .ball Coa- -

r feeling' towards all C L. B_ndy. com tax cot Hiib 2)) 2 87 carry out the instructions of the peopleof du't the bUMu""a, or 1M ,'orp..r.tlou until ISCyfirTIi
null! their
allll".1 eleclllln. or iticCrOiIJ!
sub 8 ON this State as expressed in the recent
II C Miller com Iroan ( 3)) are elfr'iMlH

I crats regardjess of PORK-KKOP C L. Dandy com tax cot (nob 8)) 15 00B primary. < tauni. T. 1'. O'lTor' :i

--- I C Miller com treaa (aub S) H "7 . seCr.tar% all.11r"aouot. W. W. Caraoo" .c
voted for --- -_-- aScII be T 8. Oli.r.0w.
me or -- -- The of dlnn torn
tt UBandycom: lax cot i"nb 4).. . .. :.1 Ml How to Vote the Straight Underwood >V. I'arnon. ..,,'I N. Ii Cation.SargInril. ''f;
PARK If pleased you'd be with the W M Welch MIll Oo luppliua 24 7.) .

4 Qfloeola Lumber Co. lumber No 7 41 3ft Ticket '5.
Meat You buyTrade -
without opposition A E Donefran Co. Kuppllei No 16..2 S.r> The hlKhent amount of Indebtedrfeel or IUibllliy ,
[ t ? Find these names and mark an X be- : to U'. Slob thu corporation can at any IlIiuject *,
,., Valley aiaetlr. prinllng 16 2i ( ) (tech .hall not exceed twice the Cpl-|
%ballot, TUESDAY, J .L Dutton janitor acbool HI, aubnll I I 1': 0/J fore each on the oflical ballot. tat ,tek. J7.EWHTN. .
.p t For Beef to roast or Pork CUI
; : will be appreciated to fry- ichool No !. tI9.00. .. . - 71 SOOnceola For member of National Democratic The nate..,, and place. of realdence of tflj

;< vote will Hardwire Co. Bupplieii "school Executive Committee: HUi.nrrlblnn Imnnmratora and tbs Amount J
r you Trade Here 114.40: achool 7. f i.95. 17 3t Vote for O"H'K Hulmi'rlbed" by cat'h. are al followsT. \ *.Ttt
( one) .* <>Jt'erKi.immeo, Flord..6SRhCw ;
ballot : Otto W Ban, labor No 7 . m (!> 1.r'OIl i KlnMlmmtc.( Florlda-Woara\ > 'rN

,. .' Beef and Pork our leading crop; K M Evam account U! 10 E. S. MATTHEWSFor : II i 0'""". Klmunnnve, Flortdm, '> .b.' '...'. ..,''-

I .. In iint-HR wheieof the partita hereto bjje alien
A C L Ky Co freight 319
; You'll find us always on the hop; Delegates to National Democratic .unto. _i-t. their haudx !and meals on ton*." ,jj
No. 1 :SO MlA ) ""
FOR T R Mmlth, janitor School 1 Convention I .tlinyuf 1II.y. A. ( : .
'TllJ'i-OUyiRgeal| )) fW. '
Scrupulously clean-we use the petition having been filed by the ) Meshi-i)
State-at-Large: W. CAR OV (

t X: PARK mop- citizens of St. Cloud, asking that the (Vote for four) N.: II. CARSON (Seel) |'

t {1 ''I ".. I district named in said petition, as follows DR. E. S. CRIL.LFRANK -a .
t L'y
.i.: Trade Here 'IColIntyot
Stalool( ?
at the mouth of the
. 'C i... -Beginning HARRIS IJiiceola.; J vlltfore "

i canal leading from East Lake Tohope- EDWIN D. LAMBRIGHT me, the underlined: authority CaraMi Pg'> .
"aonaily: appeared T. 8. Oliver W_W.
to Lake Tohopekaliga at what
'4' RULL BASS kaliga B. S. WILLIAMS .nil N. H C..on. $0 me well known to : WJpernoui
known as East port; thence follow said described in. and wbo lined '
. _ _ _ Second Congressional District and execnied' the foregoing ArUole ' i"(Jporaiton.
MARKET canal to East Lake Tohopekaliga; : and who severally ."llno
thence follow the margin East Lake (Vote for two) their nlKiiaturea and the execution be of their tbs'frs"r*'
going article of Incorporation ba
Tohopekaliga to :the north boundaryline B. C. ABERNATHY act and: deed for the uaee and parpu.estbSTi"."41mentioned
and ,, I
i of Section Twenty-eight ((28), In wltneaw whereof I hare b.reuntOeMB4 i f

.. t tt Township- Twenty-five ((25)), .outh of 22-lt and OMWOU and affixed County my, Slate ofBotatl of*Florida._1. *n*"Ji7ice ,, '

Range Thirty (30)) east: thence south the fth day ol Jun, A. D. '9I-, '
I one ((1)) mile; thence west to Lake To Notice of Master's Sale. ) Notary Public State a' LTI.'l 1
,.": sapires\ Mar. ia.l>>JA.Executor's ..
21 \
M My oonnnu.loo
Z. BARAGER hopekaliga; thence follow the meanderIng Notlo IH hereby Klven thmt under end by vlr. : --
toe of flnnl deolbo of forecloftllre; IfMtunu -
f *, of Lake Tohopekaliga to the pointof oat .
of and uudrr the teal of tho Clrrnll; Court of !
: ) belinninll-be made a special tax the KoTeuth judli 11 circuit I of Iii stat.' ofFiortd& Notice. ,
la and for OtrcolB .rn
County: Chaneery -
/' . school district, and the board having itulug. la s certain oau.o therein pvndlnawberelu All persona indebted to the e.tatAl

I : WALL PAPER examined i said petition and finding the Ike Southern i>ruff M..nuf""lllrlllll. Mrs. Martha Pearce widow of "
Company li complainant and 1 K K |U o, |I. respoodeat.tbe Pearce, late of DeSoto County, are *"iil
required number of citizens as requiredby undernlgnad; ii tti I ociitl U Htir at
Paper Hanging and In chanoorr. will ."II.t public ouury durlnx quested to make nettlement. onCfol''
Decorating a Specialty law, directed the superintendent to the leKMl I bour o( Mle before the court honnS and all parties holding claims agar:1: :::
: .I : :
cell an election for said Center Park doom In the city of Kl8Himin In haid Oitt.I la the estate are likewise
Couolr, on Monday, the lei day: of July, \. 0 UIe
Window Shades within
etc. special tax school district No. 5, said IIIthe following deicrlbed, p".rional protiei present same, duly attested. "
' located la Osceola County and State of next twenty days. '.,
be held June 3
election to on Monday. ,
Barlow's Horse and
All the (furniture formerly In the 3t
A. D. 1912, for the purpose of deciding building In Admlnistrtor. '
the of Su 'ii
town Oiioeola
Cloud County. >rlda -
Cattle Powders and whether the description .. above should formerly: occupied by the SO. Uloild ttrva Bassenger, Fla., May 4. 191220(;
Company; : eoniiHtlng" ol lire (6) ......
district ( ) ilmw c. 0: e -
Food school
'. Poultry : : : be the special tax for, -UjJ\ crlpUon can, one ((1)) wrappIng counter

"i the purpose of electing the, trustees for one ((1)) iron aafe, two ((2j) pout card raolca, one tire Signals.' f'i.
f DROUGHTS BLDG. (hi) Ice cheat two (Sivcliou* of wall .brlrlna ,
: : the next two years, and to place the with base two ((2)) x.alon with weights. ono (I IV of cttTt
JEWJ5TORKAVE.St. water cooler, two U: ; paper CII'''''.. ope ((1)I) Ward No. 1. Central portion /tlr
A ;t I "",;" millage to be assessed for the next two one long blast of whistle. .;
i l t f' \: .
: ( Term. of sale\ caah. Ward No. 2. North Kl5siwlTlet .,
Cloud Fla. Dated lay :Jut A. D. "
I 1"a' *' : iisimmee. "
; _ _ I The board .thereupon appointed J. E. I Florida. long blasts of whistle.
) lit R a. JOHNsTON, Ward No. 3. South Kluimmee'J.htt
Sharpe, J. A. Barclay and Lawrence 22-48 dnealal. M..ter.I long blaits of whistle.
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+wd Enjoys like Excursion- ''" ,

No Doubt Now Remains in Part of the Time. o .
fifty people made the trip to

,' Posted on the Political launch and: Lorinda.return Sunday The afternoon lake wu ITS YOUR I

and owing/to little trou
Is the Winning the mixture of water and gas
the engine refused to work, al
the boat to drift and rock- for
from the .
half an hour. Consequently sev ,00
the passengers fed the fishes-r! .
the time away and make their
Lorinda is one of the prettiest / .
plying the lake and is owned
BY ANY CANDIDATE D. Latta and captained by J. D.
It draws about 12J Inches
ATE SUCH METHODS when loaded to capacity--fl5 ..
.; II fitted with a 26 h. p. en
the Ferro type, has nice roomy .
with upholstered seats,law We have the most complete line of farm and garden implements .

Toomer Latta toilet.will place two. more boats you ever looked at, and our prices are 'right.} Come in .and investigate . I.,r '

\ lake soon and make regular ex this claim. We, are sure we have just what you need.It I' .

I trips to different points of in won't pay you to get along without that particular thing any

.. longer L_ *, a
v$ %c7 f'-
7 7H
''Q i in a Recent Test Made ..

Grade of 58 1-3 Per Cent. {'

recent attempt at hill climbing, Osceola Hardware C 0. -
ascended an incline of 58 r {
cent at Forest Grove, Ore. In
the Cartercar has very fre
driven up a 50 per cent incline t! ;
I 1I1f : ; about 5 per cent steeper than
car can climb. '
Hull, representative of the k

Company on the Pacific Coast, _ ,
with some contractors to
incline at Forest Grove and
c having seen it, he took
$ from Portland out to show them Have You Seen those
Cartercar could really do in II
{ ,.. work.
his arrival, he was greatly as
to see that the contractor had i New Cossack Blouses ?
mistake and built the upright >l
of the wooden track 21 feet
than the blue prints called for. VJ
a 171 foot raise in 30 feet I A dainty little jacket, made of all-over net trimmed with '

made it a 58 1-3 per cent I cluny edging and embroidery Button '
'" -
Hull would not go back without I w Talking Facts---Not Chinning You :: j I"I "
after he had gone to so much

therefore proceeded to see I Q. a A dainty little creation just to put that finished appear b t -,
car would do on so steep a
To his pleasure and surprise of J" ance to your summer costumes ,
were with him, the car ;
the grade with little difficulty >
The campaign for Congressman G \
The who repeated attempts, went to top o The prettiest line of new embroidery dresses we ever 1.' _. ....__ s
is practically over. voters
in the machine. '
passengers and this coven a long period of looking. '
Congress for the ensuing term, have said on the coast that this is the saw '
and the. result no longer in doubt. incline any car has ever made.
is : c Cardinal Virtues Emphasized ,
-- --- ,
vations wherever I have been--and I 't'
u&v In Memoriam.
State'-and by letters received by me I It is the fit, style and comfort that are essential in the

Florida. nation's ship, so pride grand, so great a 0 C makk.up of a dress, and in each one of the new, embroidery .

My friends, while not resting on of the seas in every clime. dresses these ideas are emphasized. # +
dent and they assure me that mv great world so wide; .
is simply no questiohabout it. Asthe started, out with. your precious CREATIONS J :" ., 'J
GRAPH'said. editorially, in its issue bt, NEWEST' IDEAS AND ,NOW:,!READY! : l' ." .

primary/"If Toomer had entered of laughter and song, . Look them over that's all we ask.%2 I" ;;,.f'n';" V
and the small and ,' t"\1\I.I. v
poor, great '. : 1', ....
would have lead the race ,.for in that joyous throng. ,'" I"" '" t ;
Large.\ The four weeks since then
are you'now, most powerful :
the vote on the 28th will electjne bv H. C. STANFORD CO.
M atv
My opponent, Claude L'Engle. largest and the best," ,
honorable office solely upon his false happy crowd and your own I L (
private, business and professional crew i
out producing one word of proof, 1 tell me, where do they rest? ""
restless, ,
the murmuring sea n
such proof. He cannot t
manded creatures who live 'neath the
proof. With all his vaunted cunning ; _. I.r: { AA. k
any proof. And I now assert, as I alone can tell you where :,
are false, in toto. rest in their watery grave. Bed Time isP ) i

He has charged, without offering I give peace to their' souls ( .
sentative of the trusts when, in fact t, 13he400" r ; 4y
to me. As a matter of fact. I have the great and the lowly one; P .
us to say with the friends
Oovernment in the prosecution of '
mourn, .
while the attorney for the trust will, not mine-be done. Spring Time '
,:\t made speeches for and is actively those who to stay with- their > cJ j -
ones in death
paign.My campaign hs been made { gave up their lives Because The 400 is the best all wire spring made, t I;
place a rare gem In the diadem
t political vuestions that concern the faithful, loving wive. and supplies ease and elasticity that is restful and r "
have departed from suc _discussion MAUD L. SIEVER. ' '
who would be
do so by thefalse and malicious refreshing to the sleeper uncomfortable r ,

As against\ my honest declaration of School Library Open. on- the-same bed if it was -not equipped with j ; ,. ; s

nothing. If he has a platform, he has : Friday during the summer. The 400 Spring.
confidence by proclaiming, it. What to 6 o'clock p. m., the school ; :.
; makes him ashamed to publish it ? ; will be open. M... Simpson The 400 is made of the very best grade Premier wire. It : ;
i ,
In the first ot the ;.
charge part
throughout. It is as and someone else will later contains 88 oil tempered coils securely fastened by stiff, ,'4 S _a

"Conservative" as Democracy in no the work. It. M. EVANS. cross "TrET"' and .rigid frame wires so that the surface: :is I. it ' !
My friends have been active .
ida. To them and their efforts I 1 TrucK Farm for Sale. I smooth! ::-:J.1 even. The height of the coils are'sufficient to ; :.t

Shall, win next Tuesday. It will be 467-$3,000 secures a six-room support t'!""heaviest! person in perfect comfort;while the v/ire :
located on lot containing two '
;'tory"misrepresentation over misrepresentation in Congress.of my land, within three blocks of is at the s :'o time gently clastic to the'weight of a child. 1'1'.A'' '
( of the city. This Is a fine r r a
as active: They are not paid proposition, with two artesian The 400 is hand made by skilled workmen of long expert' : ;,

," p I have had but a the and if
> of my competitor property properly '
ence. There are no rough or uneven ends to tear mat n. .
I'; not, had 1 wished to do so, hire I crops should pay for the
I ,-"' been in the hands of my friends, and two years. A cash propo- tress tick. The spring is heavily coated with durable black

own moderate efforts, have made me I H. M. BREAKER &; Co. enamel l which makes it noiseless, rustless and, germ proof. ,;
the publication _
I fully expect - r- We sell The <00 under a five-year Ask
ter this is printed and when it is t The Kissimmee Library. your
sheet will be printed I dealer. lie should be able .supply you. u'not write us. I Iv
His own Kisiimmee Library offers to its 'i,") ,R
fifty thousand voters. In it'he will a list of over four hundred 't I M '

but he will offer not one word of,., > ; by the best authors, any or all of GhMinCunninghamSpringbed : "

He.had urged: yau to believe nothing you have the privilege of reading : **
him what he charges against I $2, which secures a single : ' ' IV!
or $G for a family mem Co.M
Isfied with the result ." Capt. Trench the librarian, .
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I4 I I' - Ush our.elvea.oo this bioad. foundation ,r that,thing In that same way. it I Is lui.r i I I skies 1'
A GOOD CHARACTER mount to its summit, round by
Valley And we ,
.,i The Kissimmee Gazette stone; The Conditions of Life do notaft'eet The third time we s.y or'tin that same ,
i round.
u*. If the conditions of life rGi thing in the same ,way it.'come! stilt

4 $ I Important Subject Discussed f by Dr. ally affected us, then all 'under similar" easier. Sj our habits are formed' until "I hold'this thing to be grandly true

r' W. B. HARRIS ,_ Editor and Proprietor conditions would similarly they become, as we Hy, "aeeoii'U: \ na !I I That a noble deed is a step toward God, '
Editor A. J. Holt at Commencement. The loss of ture" to the soul from this earthly clod
some us. Lifting
i KUYKENDAU. ,, ;. Associate property causes people I
'J. D. -
Week. its be brokh up I alt and a nobler view."VVu .
-- = (Continued from Last ) I to gird up their loins to greater endeavor Can To a purer;
r Do that salvation acid ; some sit down In despair and good burnt* bot form j'7 Mdst' Certainly ; that '
f' .. EVERY FRIDAY not imagine a other ,rise by the things are underfoot
PUBLISHED good character always go together ers to rebel at all mankind ; yet I th-y can. Then a* ,our l ptnistent -,1 ,- --* "
t OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDIKO j suicide. Why it that -habits form our character, it is
to was
.' OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA They should but do not Invariably lee commit all I By what we ,master of good or gain,
*.. ._ ,,' .',__ --. .... I company each other. Salvation U the Paul and Silas sang praise in the Phil-I necessary to a good character ,.I By the prido deposed or the passion
li I '' I if conditions of- undesirable habits shall b<* abandoned
gift of God through faith'in'the Lord lippian jail the slain, '
; SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Jesus Christ. A good character i.! not I fect us? Do even the conditions of and good habit be formed. 1 Ills that we hourly
\ '. $1.50 Or this vanquished : 'f
Ode copy, on. year .. - .' .:S the gilt of God. but the heroic pertinent death'cause grief and despair?. Thpn!, There are not a few persons wa. believe :II meet. I
One copy, six months effort of the individual. I! why was the face of Stephen radiant. that they are not responsible, for I \

1 One copy, three months .. ., '.. .40, You recall that the thief on tbe cross with joy as the hurtling stones crushedout their habits ot life. T'N frequently w" "We may hope and, aspire and resolve :.
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--- must be bad salvajon and' went at death into ; his life? Why did Ridley and LatlI : take refuge behind an imaginary help- I and pray.. "l..>
1 authorised respondents i
All communications, except from our cot ... work think that we mount the air on
the paradise of God He had a wretched I mer snout for joy amid the scorching lessne.s. when we should go to '

", signed by the writer. __ character: however, and according to flames of Smithfield ? Why was tjiogeries hero,c..lly to correct the evil. And we ',: wings, ;:I
than Alexander .. fond of 'JOtin, sir, p' Beyond the reach of sensual things, 1Concert
Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. his own confession wa executed justly happier in his tuu I are altogether t. q :
._ __-r- 1 for the crimes he had committed. on his throne? Why was Daniel hap- ,, ture to justify u r"eht.'hoible| LUJIM I While our feet still ding to the heavy r..:

y Entered at the Postoffice ,in, Kissimmee., Fla.. as second-class mail matter. Let proceed to discuss this pie' in the lions' den than Xebuchsdneuer 'I It i.a confession: of weakness fur UH to I''I clay. ; I,{

- ----- most important principle-A: Good Char in his palace who ate no pleas-
F'xiday. lay :2:: 4, ISO.2::: acter. I cordially commend to your ant bread and fasted the night through ? 1 J We establish our own limitation*. In men : ":uJ,'

careful study a booklet written by Ralf The answer to all this is plain. It i'l 1 l i every realm' accessible to human endeavor We may borrow the wings to find the i

Waldo Trine called "Character Building not the conditions of life that affect us, : : we set our own limitation 1 and 1 way "

M from which I freely quote in this ; but the spirit in which we receive these :, when these limitationsare, reached, improvement We may hope and aspire and resolve ;

discourse. This, then is a vital question I conditions that does affect us. This j: ceases to ,be a virtue. with and pray. v

J Is Sent Complimentary : Is it wholly within our power to spirit we may. control and thought is us. Idiocy i.i but arrested mental de' But our feet must rise or we fall again. it

build up ourselves a good character? .tillat. the helm. Vv ith Martin Tupper, ': velopment. ','.
Iv dreams is ,a ladder thrown .
I I reply unhesitatingly Yes. How may the poet laureate of England we may Should any one of you conclude\ that I, in

( Parties receiving thia paper, who are not this be done? By the power of thought.Thought sing : | this Commencement occasion completes From the weary world to the sapphire' ,:
t walls. .
think that it is force is the mightiest power ,: "My mind to me a kingdom is ; i instead of commences your educe inn '
regular subscribers must not But the dream departs and the vision i\\
t given by God to man. Thought force Lock me in a prison oj will make the mistake of yuur hI.!

the intention of the publishers to later demand has produced all the inventions, all the I Beneath some,dismal citadel ; j I read letter from a venerable'friend, falls,
I the awakes on his pillow
And sleeper
of them the subscription price as it U discoveries,' all the achievements of ', Strand me on some lonely shore last week in which he stated that he '
of ptone.
t mankind. Foot of man ne'er wandered o'ejr ; bad begun( to read l and study a new

mailed to them complimentary by our Board "As a man thinketh 'so is he,!.' is Nay, 'mid danger fierce and dark i i book in Greek. He was just 81 years' "Heaven is not gained at a single bound.

I of County Commissioners for the purpose the fiat of God. No good has ever been Float me on peril's frailest bark : '',old wiieri he begun. that new look I We build l the ladder by which we rise

done that was not the result of good My quenchless soul could sit and think People conclude that when they have I From the lowly earth to the vaulted .;.
acquainting them with the many advantage .
thinking. No evil has ever been committed And smile at danger's dizziest brink." 1 i reached the age of three score ami ten skies,

and opportunities) this town and county offer 1 that was not the result, of evil As the result of this proposition another that they ought to die, and they ){. And we mount to its summit round by

the bomeseeker. The paper will be mailed a 1 thinking. In the following formula is one is worthy of consideration i ally do. .n..r-I round" .

the science of life : Every consciousact Everyone is as Good as he Wants 'to be, But let us return to the elern.' -- -

I few week to any person whose name is givenus I is preceded bv a thought ; the act Now. how many of you have receded perfection and growth of human character .

and if they should desire to receive it regularly often repeated becomes a habit ; the from this proposition I do not blame Is there one among you but who Why He Stayed Away. "
four now, saM
sum total of the habits is the character to hold it in abeyance until demon- cheerful "It s been years
you would love to a sunny
thereafter' we would be glad to put possess tbe deserted woman, "since he 'left me
the persistent character becomes the strated Let us sift it and see if it be disposition. You know there are sonic
and hiM happy home 1 remember Justas
them on our subscription' list at] the regular destiny. Says Trine "It is a simple or chart The proposition is not rare characters who bless mankind. I well, aR .sterday-bow be stoodat

I psychological law that any type of that we are as good at all times as We ,, know one such. No one can be in hit the door holding It open UH six
rate i' thought, I if entertained. ; for a sufficient wish But 1 do affirm I ."
'. ,, sometimes we were company an hour wIthout feeling the files got In the bou -IndianapolisPr

: lengtn of time, will bj and by reach the that you are as good every moment result of his cheerfulness, It is li-<',

I motor track of the brain and finally as you ut that moment wish you meal and contagious I never saw him I -

4 -- ,- bunt forth into action were out of humor I never saw him sal! I At Your Psrll.

Here I it is necessary for us to consider Do you at this moment wish deeply have known him intimately for a qu'.r| An accident Insurance company hasplaced

t A National Conservation Expositionwill this important question : May. we con- that you were better than you are '' tor of a century Everjoniloves him In the elevators l of several ofBce -

be held in Knoxville. Tenn. in trol our thoughts Some say not and Deep down in your heart... do y ou wishto Everyone is glad to be in his companyand buildings: the following: notice:
"This rloMitor Is limited to fourteen .
l .
September and October of this >ear They SayJ contend that,.fc soouid not be held responsible be good honest, pure ? Then you is sorry when he is gone You maybe persons All over that number riding

A splendid program of addresses by for our thoughts ; that thought are such God can forgive the past. surprised! to know that this sweet on this. car do so at their own rUk."_

I leading conservation experts including I'' is spontaneous, and therefore may not \\'e cannot change that but He has friend of mine" is W, D. pshaw, the !New York Sun

Gifford Pinchot. has been arranged. be controlled If this position be correct given us the ability to control the pn>a ,brilliant.:!_ editor of The Golden Ag, who i

H, The exposition itself will be one of the I Some remarks made by Editorsof we return to tOe old effete idea. ent. So if I you do yearn for purity )'ou' it: a hopeless cripple who for twenty I Get Close to Nature.
and interesting ever held. the SUte rerardiaf: Kissim- baa this Rays a philosopher: Observe nature ,
moat unique "E'.erj tnat
1 that we are not responsible for our acts. are pure. one years had locomotor ataxia and was
1 t f nee and Kiubnmee's great toe then are adrift on the ocean of life, hope in him purifies himself, even as confined to an invalid's chair, and who I \\lien jou come to a barnyarsl ,'
In and the and fowls
see pigs
go :
4 Hon. W. B. Hams editor of tie paper Toe Valley Gazette. without chart or compass, helm or rudder He is pure. But we must so desire for forty years has been unable to walk and the rows. Climb a fence now and

Kissimmee Valley Gazette spent several dnfitmg with the tides hither we every moment. Tomorrow' ', under some ': without crutches, and who now wears (then and *n Into the fields and lookat

\ boors in the city yesterday. Mr. know not. The end ot such a voyage is impulse of passion. you may not desire constantly a steel jacket, which alone the crops or the cattle! i know of

k Hams is one of the prosperous newspaper i A Broadway scene in Kissimmee. inevitably a wreck. This accounts for to be as good noble and pure as you enables him to stand! erect. How did no lace wbere there Is more phlloe-
1 of the state and lately I Fla. does not suggest the great and desire to be today. So standardof I tban In You cab
men the numerous wrecks that strew the jour he come to have such a sunny disposition opbj a barnyard
1 r moved into a fine new bui'ding of his busy thoroughfare in the metropolis of sands of time. But i if we will we may moral excellency varies with your lie CREW it-very like we grow; learn much from animals Within
does he publish the the United States jet it is certianly I No than the their circle! they know much more
Not only thoughts. one is higher of
own. assume control of our craft and guide it ,orange trees in this delightsome land
In the state but his efforts interesting. A picture presented in the standard be has for himselr tbap we do"
't' best weekly whithersoever we will and by and by set ours. He planted cultivated! and I fertilized -

';' are appreciated by his community and Times-Union of Thundajt fif Kissim- enter a port of peace. Let us then establish HOW TO BE BEAUTIFUL. i ; he pruned and watched his disposition - -- ----

f be U duly fewarded for his labor-Sanford m_'. Broadway shows that it has every ourselves on this impregnablerock Now I am certain of the attention of until little by little, despite all
to the title of "board" and is a {
: Herald. right : W e can. and we should controlour every girl and woman in the audience.. unfavorable conditions, he developed
most pleasant and attractive "way.
f t thoughts. There are three ways in There was never a normal girl or womab such a wealth of character that he who P
THURSDAY CLOSING. f E The bandstand occupying the center which we can control our thoughts: i i, that did not desire to be beautiful It. possesses only sordid gold might grow .'\',
music and on one l
mi picture suggests 1. By direct will power. This is the .not a desire to be condemned, either. i iI green with envy at his superior riches. ..y,
are'DOte while
side beautiful homes < ,
}, The ,Tampa retail merchants 'have the substantial business and industrial heroic way. None but a superbly endowed ,'I I Neither is it a condition to'be despised. A poor !girl with such a disposition will ,
Thursday self-contained person'' can do' It is. wholly Is proper wish if we correctly be happy and popular though she may
close their stores -
agreed to on buildings are noted on the other in the
t f ; afternoons during the summer. .A this. ,The vast majority people can- : conceive what it is to be beauti- be poor and homely.
perspective.-Times Union.CAMPBELL .
:r: !I. large number of Jacksonville merchants not exercise this will power without ful. Many make the mistake however I .Here yu stand at the parting of the

have made the same agreement. Orlando long training: of themselves. that beauty consists in the physical ways : Choose wisely and well which

and Sanford close Thursday. NOTES When an undesirable, tbougnt enters form, the rosy cheek the lilywhite way you shall take. Do not worry do by

Looks .. if Kissimmee, might well do The death angel came and took bpme the blind put it out at once.Lake a complexion, or the lovely hair and ejes. : not fret, do not weep or repine Keep
Iighte blown out The speaker once wrote some lines to heart faith I BandAt
the same thing. the soul of one of the oldest settler in match freshly : my-M your young your strong Pryor's
this last week. airs. Malinda at once, bqt if touched to tinder may the I your hopes high, your soul stainless I
city other
our store or
conflagration son SHAM. At this.parting of the turn to the any
produce an alarming SHOW-WINDOW ways j
She left six children to i I hear
: MULBERRY ,HERALD. Yates. mourn time you want to it.
", t her loss. She was eighty-seven years undesirable thought may be put outat Your hair is soft anJ silken. right keep to the right and,I you will And you can hear it just as easyin
.-. once, when first suggested to the i Your eyes are glue and bright walk with God. Storms and shadows your own home.
of Four daughters and two ionssurvive
age. 1 l
.: We are in receipt of the first number her Mrs.. Gear of Campbell mind but if allowed to remain it will Your lanes long and- vely, may portend but a staunch ship will I Come in today and hear the
Victor Records by Fryer'sBandno |
enkindle desire which if allowed to cheeks quite outride the storm. newest
t of the Mulberry HertW. published Mr*. Thomas of Orlando Mrs. Sesser a i Yaur perfection ; obligation.

,in the Polk county town which baa been of Lcnghman. Mrs. Johnson of Tampa take root will certainly produce action. You pose for admiration The formation of a good character Is i
..i of several I Put it out. Put at out. I 'd love if I could '
w tbel .-graveyard newspaper Mr. Burt and Noah Yates of Finney you a matter of growth and development, ROYiN'SMUSIC
: 'venture.: The Herald is completely Point. The remains were laid to rest 2. The next method is by indirection. But your head is full of sawdust It is not to be attained in a day nor in a | R. DeWlTT

,equipped: with', presses, linotype machine in. Pleasant Hill Cemetary. I Switch off the undesirable thought. On And your body only wood. week in a month nor in a year It is1 I STORE

-i' : etc.. by a stock company fanned \ the principle that two objects; cannot Your garments are delightful.All grown little by little.

41c'p. by business) men of the city. It Is edited We are having nice rains and the'occupy the same space at the same made in perfect style: 'Beaven-nor a good character not I

I i;;1.; ( by Mr. K.,T. Byington, an experienced crop are growing nicely and the peopleare i time so two opposite thoughts cannot Your "make up" must have cost a lot. : gained at a single bound. I "'

f newspaper mane and Mr. E. 3.k rejoicing over tnem. occupy the mind at the same time. Your maker is worth while ; We build the ladder by which we rise VictorSPECIAL J'I'

: "* Fe erlidlt 'is. general 'manager. The Think of something else. Look at something What's on i* attractive. From the earth the .'
I. ,Mrs. J. E. :Kirkpatrick left for you lowly to vaulted ,'.
?h''%( first number is attractive both as to its Arkansas, where she will visit her 'else, iflitil th. thought will follow What's in you is no good "
,contents and as to the manner' In which -- - -
relatives and friends, and expects to the eyes. Sing a song, offer prayer. For your bead U full of sawdust '; '"
they are presented. If the manajrement and God will
I ; return in September help. And your body only wood.I .
J'can keep no the pace set fa the : 3. The third method is purely mechanicaL SPECIAL
wonder there others
>first Dl number 'the people of Mulberry We were dissapointed in our church : Martin Luther is said to have are MONDAY-TUESDAY

most be onappreciatlve Indeed if they this month as Rev. W.E.. Murphy was I hurled an inkstand at the devil that was With garments all so fine. GASH CASH ,,Itf
the We wish the With eyes as bright as stars of night:
do not
support paper. sick and failed to come. tempting bun. Wash face. Pull "
With smiles so sweet, "divine,
.life and
ll Herald_long ,prosperity., The people of the surrounding county your hair. Make yourself bave some Who all without are lovely.: s

are gathering many bla bernea. Theygo physical pain that will compel thought.In Who all within are dead LADIES' WHITE SHIRT WAISTS

1 I r Good Advice. in the Doming: and return in the one or another, or all of these way. Whose heart is but a hollow sham ,

afternoon with all their buckets filled. combined undesirable thoughts may be ,
{ Florida{ Grower?-:Folks who are interested I With sawdust in the head. IN ABUNDANCE
driven from the mind. If one may thus
I : in any particular part, of Florida ',Mrs Minnie Howard of Longhman. be able to drive out an undesirable: Now if your' idea of real beauty '

a should suacnbe for the local paper. is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. thought one moment, one can do so the that it consists in what is on, and not

It will give new that Is Impossible for Collins. in, then bow to be beautiful is easy.
and the
.. next moment, and the next, values
to&he. ... Then fine feathers do make fine birds $1.50 98c $2 values $1.69
:, We bad a nice show last week, next, and so keep it oat. By and by.
,, many attended and all enjoyed seeing such undesirable thought will become and all is gold that glitters. Then you i

; ;. Modem. Hone for Sale. the people act PANST discoursed and leave one altogether. need only study the dress maker's art

j r .'. 'No. 469-New modern ..:- booN But here we meet with an unsuper- and take lessons in painting. 100 LADIES' SKIRTS IN WHITEand
Heal beauty resides in character. Our
44 lbeatsd'an Emmett street' one block Choke Vacant Lot. able objection on the part of some people \
of court boose. Electric : They say they have-no manner of bodies are the crystalizatum of our
o west : lights
No. 470-This choice lot is located OYSTER
thought forces. Our bodies' are the COLOR
confidence in at alL It
bath,: toilet and lavatory. Lot U7x thought power .
one block west of the court noose on deposits. so to speak, of what flows
U fake. If there be in
147 feet::: Several )young orange andgrapefruit all a no power )t
trees m the yard. Thispropertyis Emmett street, in best resident sec. thought, why pales the cheek in fear; througn our minds. You cannot paint That retailed from $1.00
tion. Has frontage oftt feet on Emmett out a bad countenance. You cannot to $1.50 .
flushes it in flashes the
'i' located In the very best anger ; eye
t'' ,' resident, Wtton of the city, close tot street extending back 147} feeL in indignation, and why sparkles it in massage in a smile. A bad thought That will ,1-<

/court boose postoffice and business FeW orange and grapefruit trees on love? Why does sudden fright para. welcomed will make its mark at last go on Monday and .t;
? the lot. On sewer and water lines. A
on the countenance. Good thoughts are
section. Pnc* $3,700. :Tenneco part; lyse the body, sometimes stop the beating -
1.* ..ti* H. M. Breaker Co. bargain at fSfiO.OO./ of the heart? It is all the result of like good guests ; they only come to Tuesday for 79c :\
s 22-tf. o'22-tf IL M. Breaker &Co.Layman's those who invite them and remain no ,
.. .. thought force.
<' t ... i.--- . f
rv ; W. are met'with the objection that longer than tbeyare.welcomed.HABITS. '
,.' 1 ' 'Far Saicearpent r-* tool'cbnt Meeting. ;
$ all this seems very fine, and may apply '"
The ,DewInternational
aDd tools. *
r .f. Ij'" EncIyclopiBdia 17 volumes. The 'Our next meeting' will be held m the all right to some people, bat that it A habit is a way we have of continuously -

7 f i Century Dictlonery and Enclyelopedia Baptist church Sunday afternoon ,at cannot be mad. to alii; that doing or saying a certain thing in COMEKATZ'S' COME J
j :'f with stand. 10 volumesAlso: fine 8:90led by Bro.:: PermeU. A full attendance there are some conditions of life so extremely a certain manner. The first time we ,

$"f L.. i C. Smith In;the 12 old p gw State shotgun Bank,:. Call Wid'WID. at- of all men and boys is desired. unfavorable that they baftJe.all dt' or say anything, it is forced or EALRY EARLY ,

residence M. Lewis. U A. S. Nelson. Chairman. attempt at control. Here let us estao- strained. The second time we door say t SdMctidPapk'h
f ing.' ; ,J", .
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h r gin'' eP , ,,1 I .' [,f'

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rtie Klsslmmee Valley Gazette Smoke "Boone's'. Straight" and "0.- One more day to get that Piano at aargainpnce _
ceola." None better.. .Made in Kissimmee. b> sale at Brown's. Salapositively
,T.L.P"O NO. 11.. 10-tf closes Saturday night It '

.PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBT Mr.. Cruse Barnes, of Sanford, was The Sunday School of the Christian I Trying Your Sight . .J.

greeting his many Kissimmee friendson church enjoyed a picnic at Goblet's .

W. B. NARRIl9. our streets yesterday Cove, yesterday, leaving the city dockat

The Misses Marguerite and Metta 9a.m.

------J--I. .." Blackwell:of Ashton, returned from a. H. M. Breaker & Co. report the 'sale' I ,

visit to Jacksonville Friday. this week of the beautiful home of Mr. with a pair of ready-made. glasses is no test. :'1' t,

Weather.Report, Mr. Ackies, Bass, LynnDougherty, Amos Ferris, 'on Clyde avenue, to Mr. ) It ;
at all. The lenses in such glasses are exactly +
and Dr. Eulenthal, druggist, of St. F.' S. Con-ell. rare

Following are the daily tern- Cloud, were Tuotdav'vlaltors. Mis Agnes Rennmg, who has I been ,alike and not& one pair of eyes in,a thousand ', ,.

peratures and precipitation as Mr. R. W. Cobb: pharmacist, of the guest of the Aultmans for the past built that way. We examine each' eye'

reported by the Government Jacksonville,, has taken a position in five weeks, returned to- her home in separately and supply; glasses that will help
station at Kissimmee for the New York today. '
the J. Z. Roberson
ending May 23. 1912. pharmacy, both, organs of sight. Better.try 'our safe, way. ,
week Marshal Pittman assisted in the celebration For Sale.Lfirst-class() mach cow., i
guaranteed to give from two to three The other is dangerous to one eye at'least. ,, ,
MAX YIN lAIN of Emancipation day Monday-*
rations each, at thirty-five dollars each. J ,
Friday. ,.. . . 88 64 making several colored arrests. The five for one hundred and fifty, cash. I I,.
" I" Saturday. . , 85 66 , All kinds of Oils and Polishes kept in :22-tf KISSIMMEE DAIRY Co. ,

J Sunday. . . . 85 64" . stock by Kissimmee Auto Garage and Major J. J. Hall is now in his new .

f, 1 Monday . . . 80 68 66 Machine, Company; 15-tf home on the corner, .of Verona street i
Ii ,
i Tuesday ... .. 83 66 .73 Capt. J. K.!: M-oseley, of Gotha, .was and Orlando. avenue, formerly occupied \
-'.'! Wednesday . 88 68 . greeting his many Kisaimmee friends! by' Mr. E. S. Beeland. C A COLE Jeweler andOptometrist '0\ k'i

. 94 67 , '
3 on our streets Wednesday. Dr. J. W. Simpson goes to Atlantic ; :

T Mr. F. G. Rush, insurance agent, of Beach: next Wednesday, to attend the ,
-- - of the State Dental Association.
---- -- meeting
Orlando, was in the city Monday on
It wvwN vw wv business pertaining to his work. He will be gone unth.the follow 1'
t; --I ing Monday. .
Mr. S. D. Bailey and family, from
THE LOCAL FIELD. Sioux City, Iowa, have moved into the Full line of Dorothy Dodd white buck ,
1 high button shoes at C. W. Dann's. It
I --i Fouls house on North Broadway. ,"1. .: .. "

i % .%Ke%____ -vwvff ',Mr.H., R. May, manager of the Kis Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr.. will -
: leave some time next week on a trip to i
slmmee Lumber Company, made a business -
."t... trip to Ashton Wednesday. New York and other eastern points by GOOD re
, Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.21-tf Infants' white slippers at C. W. way of the Clyde steamship route. r

'.,; Dann's. It Mr. T. D. E. Scbraby is preparing to
Rub-My-Tiem will cure you. 21.18t build a cement block cottage on blspremillellon Is the main .question and should always be answered ;
The Kissimmee Electric Company is J
Judge G. F. Kribbs spent the day Orlando avenue, Jut northof "
figuring on the electrical work for the by a disinterested !authority. The ; r
f 1-
Tuesday at Narcoossee. the photo studio. :
. Sumter county court house and jail.
. Mr. C. F. Wolff of Lakeland, was a Miss Kate O'Berry left Wednesday TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY.will .f
State Auditor Henry Curtis, of Tallahassee I .
caller in the city Monday.Mr. was in Kissimmee Tuesday on for Gainesville to attend the commencement search and examine the title to the land which you are adout to purchase, In .r ,,t ,

B. C. Wilson, of Bartow was business pertaining to his profession. exercises of the Florida University Osceola County, or elsewhere in Florida, and if found to be good will guarantee .(
here on business Tuesday. from which her brother is to grad you against; loss by reason of mortgages liens unpaid taxes and adverse claims. ''D; J

of Mrs. C. M. Harris, who conducts a uate. It i3 our business to protect our,clients and patrons against investments in imperfect . \\1
Mrs. Hall and son Isaac, Peghorn
town. grocery and drug store at St. Cloud, A $326 Piano, STANDARD PRICE, for titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the Issue 1: '1'\\
Friday in
was a business visitor here yesterday. $225. Where ? At Brown's Music Store. of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of Title ,f. .'
Miss Corrie Miller was a visitor to Sale closes Saturday night. It
Orlando Wednesday.Mr. One more day sale to get Brown's.that Piano Sale at a The Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Easiness throughout the State of' Florida ",- t..
bargain-price at
Cobuin's, Greater Minstrels have ;..;r
positively closes Saturday night. It Abstracts to City and County Property made and delivered on short notice
E. Sotnax of Dade City, is : booked date for next season with the

spending the week here. .Assistant Slate Auditor H. P. Curtis ; managers; of the opera house. They h
had been spending the week in Kissimmee Kissimmee of Florida's .
as one Title
Mr. H. Alderman, of IlasBenger, was recognize Guaranty Comp
checking up the county officials.Mr. : best show towns.
in KiRsitnmee Wednesday. ,

Low quarter Edwin Clappg at C. W._ F. R. Meade, of St Cloud. I Mr. E. S. Pierce, of St. Cloud, was Capital Stock $100OOO.OO 1'
. Dann's.! It stopped over in Kinsimmee Wednesday looking about the city Friday with a It

Mr. C. C. Williams of Palatka, was a enroute to his former home in Dakota. view ot( purchasing a home here. He CARROLL D. JUDSON President EDWARD A. NASH. Secretary r

KUsimmee caller Wednesday.Mr. Messrs. S. S. Griffin and Jim Beggs, recently lived in St. Petersburg, and V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer TOOMER & REYNOLDS .Gen. Count] .

of Orlando, were in the city Wednesday moved<< from there to St. Cloud. Home Office Bisbee Branch Office ." .',
C. II. Allen, of Lakeland, was a Building ,
business caller here Saturday. having driven down fh Mr. Grif Large quantities of huckleberries are Jacksonville, Fla. Kissimmee Fla. .

fin's handsome, Pullman touring car. (;;' ngtirought; ; Ii\from vicinityjofShingle :| "
Mr. F. W. Hill of Narcoossee was LEWIS O'BRYAN Kissimmee Branch
1 John Bunny, the funny man of the Creek. They are ot excellent Manager -
in the Monday on
Vitagraph company, is getting to be }flavor and offgood sue. The pickers
,', Mr. Ralph Oscea, of Winter Haven, quite popular among the Pastime pat i inform -that =Rowing ;to the winter ---- t <

called upon friends here Monday.Mr. rons. rains the crop ill large.; qd

P. J. Kamper, of Orlando, was Mr. K. H. Crosby and Miss Bertha If choice, and you are particular, j
in Kissimmee on business Monday.Dr. 186 for and dispatch.
Lee Davis were married At the court Will phone call and make estimates from your SOLOMON B. AULTMAN, Pres. W. M. FERRELL. Vice Pres. & Mgr. G.:W. WATSON, Sec. & Treas.
II. E. Cute made a professional house Tuesday morning by R. G. Johnston own order. Ernest Green Sign Writer :

business trip to Lakeland Tuesday.C. N. P. and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 5-tl OSCEOLA LUMBER'COMPANY ; i

W. Dann has just received a new Prof. R. M. Evans and his family left for the in r
The improvements
line of Dorothy Dodd dancing pumps. It Monday tor Oxford, Ga.; where they the J. ZI tiling Roberson pharmacy has arrived Planing Mill and Novelty Works \ ? +

.\ Mr. Fowler, wife and sister, of Fow- will spend some weeks with relatives and the fixtures are expected in ,.

) ler Park, were in the city Saturday. and friends. the next few days, when work will begin B'ee \
Surveyors have begun; laying out the Hon. A. E. Donegan, J. J. Griffin placing the store in its new_dress. : !!: n, .... . ,

north and P. A. Vans Agnew made the trip Alice S. Hall left Tuesday for' : ; a'l"
grade for paving on Broadway.Mr. Mrs. ; ..' .
by auto to Fellsmere, over on the East '..
Decatur, 111., to spend the summer, .
J. E. Latham, of Crescent City. Coast !
Monday.Messrs. will return to Kisaimmee next fall. I t'B'
and Tuesday in the city. ... '
spent Monday A. W. Paynter, B. Gillispie,,, Her son, Mr. Isaac Hall, who is engaged a 2'1:1I jlS': f u

Born toMr. and Mrs. E. D. Hogan, J. J. Hall and Berdell caught about 21 in farming at Southport, will III k I ILfl.jg
""', on Saturday, May 18th, a daughter.; pounds of nice bass and trout early spend the summer here.

Messrs. H. M. Reeves and E. N. Hal- "Monday morning. Mr. F. Alexander and Mr.' J. N. / oijI. ii'R "

:i lenbaugh spent Wednesday in the city. Kisaimmee Auto Garage and Machine Harris, special agents for the Southeastern ;; .S'

Mr. E. L. Lesley and Mr. W. J. Company handles all kinds of auto supplies Underwriters' Association, of !. '
tubes ,, t
casings i
busi- Atlanta, arrived in Kissimmee Mondayand
Sears went to Orlando Monday on jacks, plugs, etc. 15-tf
t will spend the next week or so re- ,.,

ness.Mrs. Two new 16-inch oscillating fans have rating the insurance risks. ..
Geo. G. Bronson and ton went .
to Conoly Saturday for a few days' been placed in the' Pastime theater thii An exceptionally strong Feet-ure was -By dealing with us you will be able to get just what you want, and In a. specified time besides WE WILL SAVE' 't
visit. week adding; much to the comfort.of noticeable at the Pastime again Satur- SAVE YOU from 10 to 16 PER CENT. W. are located on. private switch: and load directly' .'into can.,,, ) j #, .+ si

Miss Elma Smith visited in St. Cloud, its many patrons. day night. Could the person who makes OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY fnn.Hiss.MMEE.ri.op.DA; I'' .
life miserable for other patrons be } .
Wednesday, the guest of Mrs. W. A. Mr. H. Finley and family, of Oklahoma ,
arrived in Kissimmee Tuesday, made Feet-ureless more desirable Feet- )

Barber. and have moved into the Steen cottageon urea would attend. ,. ,
and "Osceola". ."
"Boone'e Straight"
Best 6 cent cigars. Box trade solicited. Mabbette street. Special attention Is called to Ladies' Little Miss Edith McLean daughterof The Sunday morning service at the We are pleased to learn that Mrs.'M, oj ,

,.w O-tf The Maddock-Field players, who opena White Buck and in Canvas Men's Shoes.King Quality Mo.tuptodate.lltyles Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McLean enter Baptist church will be' a memorial occasion Katz, who has been quite Seriously' ill ''

has been confinedto three night engagement at the Opera Oxfords. Lawaon's Shoe Store. tamed a number of her little friends and Dr. Holt will preach an especial in the Woman's Hospital Baltimore,. is yd' ,_ 1i

Mr. Guy Gardner house Thursday, June 6, carry fifteen > last Saturday, in honor of her", eighth discourse appropriate to the oc now, improving, ,and Mr. Katz, alto,* is . W
the house the past week, with tonsil people and their own stage fittings.htTheinanBgement Lula, the 21-year-old daughter Mr birthday.. casion. The G. A. R.'. will attend in at. her bedside, hopes to be able to I, ,;j A,:.

trouble. ;: of the Pastime George Tyson, of St. Cloud, died Saturday Attention,.League members. There a body. The night service will be for move her to a private :sanatorium''in af"'' ."f .

Mrs. George Saunders is entertainingher theater will soon present the film, "A of malarial lever. The funeral I will be an important meeting of the ;young'men. Every young man in Kis-r few days.If! she continues to Improve- .ir
sister, Mrs. C. H.'Peplar, and son, Gay Time in Jacksonville" taken by was held Sunday and Interment at the American Woman's League next Monday simmee is especially invited to attend.A Mr. Katz expects to return home. hptt. i I
burial the Rull Bass
family ground near i week.
of Pomona the Lubin company at Jacksonville.Mr. May 27. for the,purpose of electing number of gentlemen from Winter t r Ny
The Kissimmee! Electric Companyhas place. local officers.for the coming year, '\ ,
in W. ,A. UtU, of St. Cloud, accompanied of Garden called: upon Mr. S. B. Aultman Mr. J. R. Copeland of,the; Alabama' '
installed a complete set of fans Mr. W. J. Sean, superintendent also to nominate a state. regent-secret
the Stein rink. his wife and children here public, instruction, attended the commencement Tuesday aft4-4iad a demonstration ,of Paving Co.,;spent a few daplD the city i
Friday, who wereenroute to Houston exercises at St Cloud Mon. tary.Mrs' the Cartercarnade, for their approval. this week looking after business '

The new fixtures for the J. Z. Rober-. Tex., on a visit to the lady's parents. day night. He reports the 'Soldier '. Melinda Vatea, aged 87 years, They expressed themselves as highly nected 'with ,his .compan-'. contraoti eon'A': ; ..,x. ;
son pharmacy have arrived and. will be died at her.home at' Campbell Station pleased with the showing made by the -- :Jo
here. Mr. ,.
The Maddock-Flefd, piayen who come town school in a flourishing Condition, Copeland was also. In Lake : : y
installed at once. and was burled at Pleasant-Hill ,cemetery disc chain drive consequently Mr.,,AnIt. land this week where her '
efficient secured
to KIssimmee June 6 for a. three days' under the direction. a very a contract a'
Mr. Pope lumber dealer. of St. engagement, gave excellent satisfaction corps of teachers.Mr. on Wednesday last, Mrs. Yates man liverfes.will undoubtedly make some de : for 60,000,yards of street,paving.', .! .
seat Tuesdayon was a widow and (leaves a large familyof over there in the near future.
at the county Palatka last week
Cloud, was at turning people late
G. G. Hundeby grown children. She was one of the '
legal business. away at every performance. of a regular army band, arrived inKissimmee county's pioneers. Rev. Reeves of. The editor of the Gazette is I indebtedto ,

Let us show you our line of Walk-I Mr. I. V. See, of Oklahoma City, Tuesday evening and will ficlated. Mr. Luther Mershon for an invitation

Over shoes for men. C. W. Dann. Itt Okla., left on Monday for him home remain here It ia to be _hoped, perma to be present at the graduating

Popular prices will prevail at the ,engagement after a prospecting visit in this city. nently. Mr. Hundeby Is a master of Any person interested in relics and exercises of the Florida State Universioy BIGRedUctlofl
': r ot the Maddock-Field players lie waa greatly pleased with Kissim Ills instrument and will be a valuable specimens-ancient and modern for- at Gainesville, which will be heldon
r. June 7, 7 and 8. mee and its surroundings. addition to our musical organizations. eign and Florida's product-can find a Tuesday morning, May 28. There .
:'c. variety at the offices of Willson andLeltn.t the N
for 6 doses 666 will break Mr. J. W.: brought in a are thirty-two names on 1912 class
A $825 Piano STANDARD PRICE, 6 or any case Thompson '
" 1250. Where ? At BROWN'S Music of Chills & Fever ; it acts on the liver basket of peaches from his farm Sat- insurance land real estate, roll, three of whom, at least, received aID.

STORE.. ..Sale closes Saturday night. It better than Calomel,,and does not gripe urday. They are from the February i Darlington avenue, not to be excelledby a portion of their early training. in the .
.. or sicken. 25c.: 21-18t the Boston museum. Kissimmee public schools. :The other
/. Mr. and Mrs., Wilson, of Jacksonville, bloom and of the Jewel variety. Mr. I 0.111SUMMER
are guests of Capt. and Mrs. R. G. When you want anything in the automobile Thompson informs us that he has 71 Mr. C. H. Blanchalne, who has-'been graduates of local interest are Chas. '
line give Kissimmee Auto Ga- that he will be ready to marketIn M. Moon and Martin L. O'Berry.One .
Canova this week. rage and Machine Company a trial. spending the put several months here, MILLINERY \ 's3

Mr. A. G, Zipperer and wife and JulIan -i We will give you satisfaction, or try about two weeks. returned to Ossian, Iowa, this week. of the special agents of the, ,!, : .

Johnson, of Rosalie, passed the day i mighty hard. Our shop is. in charge 15-tf of.' Mrs. C. W. Barrett returned to Mr. Blanchaine has been improving his Southeastern Underwriters Association It, iJ
skilled mechanics. North Dakota Tues Kissimmee Park property and incident
Tower City on
in Kissimmee Saturday.Mrs. in conversation with Mayor N..C. Bryan .
We learn on good authority that G. day. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett have recently ally raised some of the finest Irish potatoes +
L. R. Lee and children went to this this week volunteered .the statement MISS DANDY'Sjcr. ,
M. Taylor baa sold his North Kissim built a nice home at the comer that were produced here ,
Plant City Saturday to visit a sister at He is with our section that (Clssimmee has made more substantial , , ; '
mee grocery to Mr. Howell Baas, who of 'Verona street and Clyde avenue, into season delighted .
that place over Sunday.All will endeavor to conduct the business which they moved last week. Mrs: B. and climate and .. pecta to return: progress in the past eighteen .:}DAYS :

work entrusted to KUsimmee Auto on the same principles of fair dealing las gone to look after their property In |tn September, when he will build a res- months than any city of similar 'Sixehe ) THIRTY t

Garage and Machine- Company--will that has made ktne: West itissimmee North Dakota during the summer and idencet and prepare to make his perruanent that lias visited lu a number uf

have prompt attention. Satisfctions Taylors so well known! will return in the fall. home among us. years.
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HON: w. A. MCRAE New Bungalow. '
1 St. Cloud THE VALUE OF
No. 461-New B-room. bungalow on I
lot 60x143 feet located within three
Y _. Thanks People of Florida for Their blocks of Broadway, the main business
SPECIAL SALE The exercise of St. street and in one block of Osceola
loyal 'Support. high' school. Price $1,400.: ()() H. M. ReliabilityI
Cloud Grammar school were held In the Brook & Co 16-tf
M. :church By'your' ballot in the recent Demo- :
f' $: Monday evening. There,
50 nine graduates, Dorothy Nichols Ma- cratic Primary;:you nominated me your the ; I
piftn. Ladies' Underwear tt ? Commlsioner, of Come to Salt Breezes.,
f'I I Pefcf bel Emery, Nina Dutton, Gladys Saun- Agriculture for the ,

1 dere, Alice Bailey Kathrine Marsh, next four years, thus permitting me to The Bay View Hotel, and The Shelter

, Merle' Clark, George Marsh, Dewey carryon the work'of the'office to Sanitorium, Hawks Park, Fla. Openall ; ,
which I was appointed by the Governor summer. Ten dollars a week for
Think of It! Your Anderson. A good was in attendanceand '
the upon the death of the late lamented B, well people'and twenty-five a Our Grocery Busfness is,
enjoyed following program: sick ones 20-8t
3 Complete selection of the best and daintiest gar Music was furnished by St. Cloud Or- H. McLin. managed on the principle of

I ments. This is your opportunity at' the .beginningof cheetra I. Cummings., consisting Robert of Mr.Doolittle and Mre., Miss J. before Entering the primary the campaign, a thorough only six personal weeks I Bargain in Twenty Acres. "Reliable Goods" at Lowest ,

} the season. Fowler and Mr. Harris; prayer by Rev. canvass of the State was a matter of!I Twenty acres of land, less than one Prices and Honest Quality,
impossibility. However, In effortto mile from postoffice. A good location
OF Hackitt salutatory'taddrees by class my
ITl ;
t c': TAKE ADVANTAGE president, Kathrine Marsh; solo by meet as many of you as I could and for a subdivision. Can be had for $65 every article carefully exam-

I Harriett Bartlett; recitation by Gladys to visit as many counties as possible, I per acre. R. D. Waring & Co. 19-tf ined, and guaranteed asi to
tj went into )
thirty-six out of fortyei&htcounllea
Saunders, "Flying Jim's Laot Leap; 1 condition and grade.If .
L CHILDREN'S CLOTHING essay on music, Dorothy Nichols; reci- of the .State. The result of Kissimmee. Auto Garage Machine \
tation, Alice Bailey; solo, Harriet Bartlett the election was most gratifying I Company will do anything in lathe or consumers want quality\
1 machine work for for automobiles,
have received you
a majority of approxi
t ; recitation, George Marsh; volun- boats and all other machinery. 15tfDon't and straight goods then we
PRICE mately ten thousand 'votes an r SPECIAL SALECUT teer organist, instrumental selection, - -
accorded the second largest vote of any will please them. If you can'tfind i
Dorothy Nichols recitation, Dewey
; I forget that the price of a want
", On a complete stock of Children's Clothing Anderson, Business Is Business; instrumental candidate sition. for State office with oppo- ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheap- quality and prices right t
selection Lillie Dann
by little est investment made.
you ever elsewhere call
To to who contributed to this up
say you
i yf First grade Mr. Sears gave a short
splendid success by your votes and support ._ ._
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address: piano solo by Dorothy Nichols. w
Diplomas presented by Mr. Sears, that you have my fullest appreciation t
; Mrs. E. L PearceI and last but were not least was the school would -but poorly express my feel- flORIDA REAL (ESTATE, FOR' SAlf

,t} I' yell; "Zig Zag, Zig Zag, Zig Zag; Zow, ings, nor am 1 content to assure those Beautiful winter home sites situatedin WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S !
who did not support me! that I have only
St. Cloud Grammar School; we are it the Lake Region of Florida.
I the kindest feelings for them. I can
now! Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor
)0. best show my appreciation by service!',
.'itr { # p . _ __ Miss :Fleda Doolittle left on Wednesday and in the office to which you have small tracts. .1

# c for Carbondale, O. Miss Doolittle elected me I shall at all times exert my CITY PROPERTY; A SPECIALTY ,

has been one of the popular young beat efforts to serve the whole people. List your property with me for quick
+ P..Id.Dt. VIce-Proldmt R..tar"! 1 ladies of the town and her many friends There I uhall at all times be found, do- salt e. I
f. wish her a safe journey and hope to ing my duty as I see it, regardless of Phone 250 Quick Delivery j
ti have her with them again this fall. fear or favor. H. M. Breaker & Co ,

LUMBER CO. I Dr. C. S. Barnes is here from Burr, The Department of Agriculture Is an Box 17S K ass..", ,,,, EI-: :. PLA.
office which deals
with many matters
Neb., and is very much pleased ;with .
our town. of' interest and importance to every -- ----r- '\

class of people, and in the performanceof
Y 1 Mr. Bay Dougherty director of the the arduous duties of the office 1 ask Tested and Proved Good \

Rough and DressedPINE c. South Side Play Grounds, of San your sympathy and help, with these I I C.W. GRIFFIN !
Freshness as well\ as high grade quality.
Francisco, Calif., who has been spend trust and believe we shall make the De- I
a week with his left last Call for what you want in the I
) ing parents partment of great good to our State. .
LUMBER I Friday for California. He was much' Gratefully yours, GROCERY LINE Staple and FancyGROCERIES

pleased with our wonder city. / W. A. McKAE. I

Mr. Ted Baker who has been on the Tallahassee, Fla., May 17 1912.

: B sick list for awhile, is able to be out hllamm11110mfg'
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ? again. I Tunsell-Regero.

1 p oJ iI II I. Miss Mary Regero surprised her
Free to all Partsof
Mrs Eulenfiekl and children left on. ; I
; friends here when'she quietly 1 ,
: ) () () (Y: QOtr000tiGtYSttC/YatYLI 1O cYJ ORYLYOC Friday for a visit with friends in I the City:
slipped away to Jacksonville last Saturday r I
Lakeland.On r I
and was married to Mr. Claude
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Sunday morning in the M E. Tun!ell of that city. The wedding r li -- - .

I Distance I Church Rev. W. F. Kenny, prstor of took place Sunday and the couple left !

AdvertisingLong o 296 the Christian church will preach to Monday for Atlanta, where Mr. Tun- ?

the G. A. R. Post, Womans Relief sell will engage in business.She .

Corps and Son of Veterans and in the was accompanied as far as San- The

is saying the right thing evening, Rev. J. B. Westcott will ford bv her sister, Rosa, who went to

speak on "Life a Continuous Additionand see the superintendent of public instruction ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY
r at the right time Subtraction." regarding the obtaining of a
first grade certificate to teach in Orange -
in the right -wayWe I Senator W. H. Lynn and Harold county.

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Porter of New York City, were in St. nn

make soecialty of planning preparing Cloud on Tuesday JOURNAL
literature and conducting campaigns for
r Land Companies Boards!! of Trade Municipalities The Veterans' Association met at G. ZSTOTTIOE: ,
and Individuals. '\ I A. R. hall Saturday at 2 p. m. Presi- I
I iL The Biggest Newspaper :
dent Scriber noL being present Dr.
Gibbs was' requested to take the chair. w in the South .
L : GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS The meeting was opened by singing In order to give the employees of the retail stores a ',.'

: : I "America." Prayear Comrade Cooley. half holiday during; the Summer Season The regular price of' The Atlanta 7i

:-, J*,.,.: ""'TAMPA' "Tenting on the' Old Camp Ground," Journal is 7ff
; FLORIDA Semi-Weekly :
t, 't. C .
,I ', I by choir and audience. The minutes of
t l' cents a year. If you will send us'. (
last meeting were read and'approved, I ,
close during the Summer Months your order you can get !
and business' +
after a brief session the

A Full and Complete Selection of following program was taken up: Song THURSDAY AFTERNOONS The Klsslmmee

by choir, "Home, Sweet Home;" ,music -
by orchestra whistling solo
? ; by Valley Gazette
Iffe GENTS' FURNISHINGS Comrade Perkins; violin and piano duet _______ __ ___________ ___n__ ___ ____
by Mrs Griffin and Comrade a.zxd the I
t,. recitation by Mrs. Ausbaugh, The To- : Small Tracts forSuburban
i N. K1661MMEEy bacco Chewers; duet by Mr. and Mrs. Atlanta SemiWeeklyJournal I

Depew; select reading by Mrs. Aus ;
". "
baugh, "The Veterans; remarks by

Dr. Gibbs. Adjourned to meet Satur- Homes. both
I on year
'I day, May 25th. . j ,

Frank Meade left on Wednesday for - FOR ONLY 1.75
Minnesota.S. .

i IBARGAINsl I H. Crill have moved his family We have, just a quarter mile from Here is an opportunity to get a very .

j f Jom Virginia avenue to Lake Alligator the city limits, on hard marl road, a valuable piece of land where one can Send in Your Subscription -

to Mr. B. F. Callenher's place, where beautifully lying tract of land containing make enough money to more than pay

Mr. Crill has been for the past few 10 acres, owned by a Michigan man. for it before it is all 'due. Right Away f

months. It is splendid land for citrus fruits, also I .
We have eight beautiful "
i c Goliath was much surprised when David hit him The Presbyterians held their picnic good for trucking and .farming ; good; lots in Eureka Addition, on Rolfe street, To this paper, not to the Atlanta .

y* I v with a stone. He said that such a thing had never Thursday on the lake front. All en- soil, lying practically level" not difficult: and I 5) acres adjoining the lots on the Semi*Weekly Journal. ,
to put in cultivation. r Would make a '
( : ,.i entered his head before. So you may be surprised joyed a good time. fine home. Price $600 cash. west The land is all in cultivation,

; 11" when you see the immense stock of Mr. A. E. Drought, who went to fenced and .cross-fenced ; good barn .
I Kissimmee last Friday, was taken quite We also have 5) acres of land in Pine- corn bins, chicken house, etc. An ideal

,: Furniture and Housefurnishings ill and went to Orlando to the hospital, dale that Is cleared, fenced and cross- place for a magnincrnt home, with

i but at last reports was improving.Mr. fenced, all in cultivation, just ready for school and church privileges, and an We Offer
+ I' .".''we have, and get our prices and see what easy terms planting out to orange grove and farm- excellent place to grow a fine grove.A ,

C, we will make you. So we invite you to call and inspect and Mrs. .Parker have gone to ing. Would make a fine home, where beautiful view of the town and lake At Wholesale "I I

,' our line. We have Office Furniture, Book Kissimmee to be gone three or four I you would have the advantages of free from this property. We want to introduce -
'." \ months as Mr. Parker is working over: school the the the following parcels!Orange,Vegetable '
county high good churches, purchaser to owner and ,
{ Cases. Porch Goods Bed Linens, and in fact almost there.
splendid''markets etc. This is high give you an opportunity to get a mag- and General Farming Land I
'y anything' needed in the home to render it attractive The ladies of the Baptist church heldan land, good drainage, exceedingly healthful nificent location. located! in. Orange county Florida. 'y

I 4 I and Comfortable., Best line of Stoves and Ranges. ice cream and cake social last Sat- beautiful location. We also havea PARK GARDEN : We have a fine Terms furnished: d '

.,,j'.; urday afternoon and evening, and a nacre tract, unimproved, adjoining tract of land In Park Garden that No. 1-1,440 Acres at $20 an acre. ",
r con-
4 nice sum was made for the benefit of this tract, that we can sell for $60 per tains 10< It is all No. 2-840 Acres at 914 per acre. r" ..; ,
acres. cleared and in
No. 8-1,254 Acres at $14 '
an acre.
CASH OR INSTALLMENTS the church. acre, if one wanted "
a larger tract.
cultivation, fenced with hog wire fence; No. 4-512 Acres at $16 an acre. "
'. No. 21.;" We have, just threefourthsof near the lake. This is a moat excellent No. 5-810 Acres: at S15 an acre.- l-

Very Desirable 10-Acre Farmat a mile from the city limits, a fine piece of property: ready for business. No.No. 6-760 7-960 Acres Acres at at$15$12.75 an acre.acre. ;:

: f }:T.T.t KISSIMMEE( FURNITURE CO. a Great Bargain tract of land containing 30 acres, in Will sell for small cash payment, giving No. 71-640 Acres at H12.50 per an acre. "

Improved Farm. Located on beet Pinedale, about one-third of which is one to ten years on the balance No. 8-1,120 Acres at$12.75 an acre. -., '

t t t I, ;: J. E. RUSH, Manager. road in Osceola County, 1} miles from good citrus fruit land and the balance with 6 per cent interest on deferred No.No. 9-600 10-480 Acres Acres at at$20$20 an an acre.acre. . .
i rr'I. k OPERA HOUSE NEAR NEW DEPOT depot. 10 acres that is fenced and hight is splendid rich muck land, covered with payments. This is excellent land and No. 12600 Acres at $12 per acre. .. .;
V ., l ate of cultivation, and la the beet cypress timber. We believe there is not of the ordinary kind. Will guar- No. 18-560 Acres at $15 an acre.
antee flowing well. We want to talkto No. 14-510 Acres at $14 an acre.
" trucking land in this section. Has more than twice enough timber on this .
Sif No. 16-640 Acres at $12.76 an acre. .
:' '"'. : good well, 3-room cottage, stable, wa- cypress land to pay for the land, and you about this. No. 17-600 Acres at $11 an acre. -;.
;;i; I ,',.1\'r..1i .". -" gon-shed and poultry house; all ready after it is cleared it is rich muck soil, We have several city properties rang- No. 18-800 Acres at $12.76 an acre 't

;:i:' , '. 'for purchaser to begin work withoutany the beet of farming and trucking land. ing in price from $750 to $2500, and can No 19-1.040 Acres at 112.75 an acre. '

; .'' ART NOVELTIES delay or expense of clearing land Can be had for $60 per acre on terms of suit any reasonable minded person who No., 20-920 Acres at $12.76 an acre. I ITITL"

". and waiting to ,, improve before being $250 per year for 6 years, with 6 per desires to locate In the best part of the BOND AND GUARANTEE 1'I
able to produce crops. This land is cent interest on deferred payments. State of Florida. COMPANY J ,

': fr/'GIFTS AND SOUVENIRS adapted to growing all kinds of citrus ANPORO 111..- PLO'..IOA I

fruits; grove can be started to good

advantage while land i ia being; farmed. t I .

'-- .Come quick if want beat NELSON 'r 100' A qes. ,, .
you bargainIn ,
Next Door to . REALTY-COMPANY _. .
' jtyf r CSSFTSTORE. Postoffic this County '.- 1 1.00'aer;-a portion or-which Is in the- ,,1'1-.,.....\

;iW'-i: ,e 13tf H..M,_BREA KER,& CO., Orer ati&emaDk r KISSIMMEE: : FLA city limit; at $50 per acre and on' ."1'I. I ; payments. .R.,D.;Warin* &.Co.., $9- f. .rr ,
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; County 'c Commissioners In"the recent primary th.t,ballot was 4 Livery Eeedand&1etabrS, +

110 long that a large dumber"'of voters 4 .

I expressed their preference M to only a 4 i
I Grocery CompanyWholesale of the ALL KINDS OF' HEAVY' HAULING
Klssimmee. Fla.. May 0, 'Itl!. position to b.! filled. 4 '
The Board of County Commissioners One position which seems to'hare been A SPECIALTYNew '

pretty generally Ignored Is that ,of ,.
and Retail Dealers InGROC'ERIE.S- in and for the county of Osceola, State member of the National Democratic I supply of for the .
of Florida, met In regular session on i Runabout Rubber-tire Queen \
d Executive, .Committee. The: combined I ' .' City Buggies: and! i" ,
the above date there Buggies -' J
being. present E. vote for all three of the candidate for Carriages ,
t L. Lesley, chairman; E. L. D. Over- '
Phone Pkosj .
this position was only 38,175, while the +
street, A. F. Bass B. A. MciADOOAgent s'YAF
> O. R. Bass and W< 199 /
... S. vote for governor reached a total of L 'J
Pearce commissioners; W. B. Crawford .I-' 199J1
62.164. Thus we see' that 23,979 men +9 'V1 W' _- F' _._i 1-? -. '-
1 attorney for the Board and R. G. "
who voted for
/ .WE ELL WE, BUY : Johnston, clerk. position bf national governor Democratic, ignored'com.mitteeman. this* .. Q 'N4ITii'l.1i

Minute. of last, meeting. were read '*
HAY : and approved., This ia an important position and it
GRAIN f." The following bills wee examined, it important that It. be filled by the I I bi-iiiiI 0 4
approved and warrants ordered drawn: HE
FURS KLLslsyoo.mlrloner.,1..5 right man. It ia a position that puta REHEDY .
j 4 00
FERTILIZERS, Its occupant I in closer touch than >any +
WOOL B L D Ovsntreet,commix and mileage 6 00
: A f &..., .. oo other with the presidential candidateand
W 6....Ne .. *T 20 00 with the president if the Demo-. .
ORANGE BOXES' I .AND. V...Ague *Crawford,lnl eerrloee 20 B4E. crate should win.HiTobvious IS THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER ; x

: 0, JohiutOD,cUrk\ and odllor ... A7\ eo '
'- ORANGE'WRAPS ALL JEB.u,Jtnltor..............,..:.... . 40W that Meridians should I AND TONIC LN" THE WORLD.I i L
o r Park.r, a.I-.II.. / Judge ... 87 60 vote to place on the national committee .

VE COUNTRYPRODUCE O P Prevail,o.r.Ia11...,...,..;.,.,.." ... 12 MKlMtmmee one who ia a supporter of Florida's It I."a:..,'.own remedy'madeYronTthefniee;; ; ; ,): ,I'' ;
L ETABLECRATES .. ol Ir..*.SjreSej, h....found .
.. Oo rsnl of phone..... ISO candidate for president.- Florida ha hatalav tbo T.r Rlvn t. North Carolln.DMtb. bank of r '
CRATE) NAILS C L Bandy,com ii Hut collector ........ 24460 declared Oscar W. Underwood-to be POSITIVE! CURB FOR KHKUMATMM-, I
l .. ... \ ECZEMA. INDIGESTION. / .
Klulmmc Lumber Co. lumber! .. S 28 NXRVOUSNXSl It
V r P Fswmsa.lumber...... ... ..........".. It 90G her candidate for President, and should v wood and .nM>M*.a.'"*I"tawuieer. ,, .poisoned..' , ".'
1 W Athlon. payroll.. ....... ..... ...".'' Ml COOccwolaHdv put an Underwood man on the national y--I ECZPiA CURia
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. Co.hardware ........... A1A Democratic committee.In al-; ..c:. '
i r We to and Waters-Cs.reon are Oo. mule feed..... IW M the Mesa J01J NUON-f.... 00.7"Kltmll. ? 'I r ,
give special attention fitting out hunting camping recent primary no one was C. i i'Dew 1
W B Makliuon Oo,merehundUe. ....,... M\ 70 ..... rhl. them ""t..
y parties. J W Dann, repairs. .................... . 975Dun4Daan. elected: to this position, and J. T. G. ,1J.Cw.t, ,...I n..b,..,...M erreie aittrta ol irmmmt t ' _
'Fr.e delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. toed .'......... ......... .. 1.81.. Crawford and Eugene S. Matthews are tniWMl"hick wevU. 4 dots Iwo. lee iM4lel.en.,*l......wklck..... I.we....i 4 lsd ,
J W Miller, difference mules ...... 100 00 candidates for it In the second primary.Mr. ".'ot a":."... bas it w..M l alw.T mra,a a4= /
We are county agents for good fertilizars. Ask us for circular Oaxwola.Journal eabeorlptloni...... .. 17 00 tklet 111.41. M.....1 e M. I took .....lee h.m'0 Keexr'
Matthewa is.the Underwood candidate 1 lot 1..>. ..., ..... ...
Valley Gazette. 0000Kim el.celm. .
and fertilizers. taklnilta.4lkaTeMre>b.4 saTattKliiUee.aa4iv ,
prices on Kleo Co.Ittbtl for jail............ 14 40 and should receive the full Under scaeial WnJUk.le euell.aL'' ,1
', H A W B Drew Co,supplier .. ...:....... 7 S3 wood vote. More than that he should SAIL J. N. wnjcnifcMrs. \ r
I A W C......,'.rapt. (arm.oare panpers.. MM receive the support of every man who .Joe .......'. Keinedr I. s....r..t. / 9
K:E Fairbanks,mdu poor farm........ 1 |0 accepts Florida's decision for Under National Purl Pood ond Drul Le_ to be aabwyluahpratblt t 1'
R C Stanford Co, " .. . 1 SOW UeoldatalldrusetaceelaSLOObottlee. Sl.bottles for SlA..r. I
wood aa binding on the Democrats of II bottle for S10M Bur a bottle of this wonderful blood t
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Q Campbell, registration officer M 00 J
purlner to-dar and take It. Yon will Had It will evr. ,
National League r w am, .. 21 ooJH the state. ye a.'Writ. ta 0s for teetlmonleU and rtooord. of the .. 1
of Commission .. wondornil euroe made with' Mre.Jo*F raon'e Reroedr. .
MAKE NO MISTAKE Merchants of the Walker ,. SO 00 Mr. Matthews has always been a consistent Cormpondenee eollelted and all.vttere held atrletl? r N .
A B Baaa, .... 20 OH enHdentlal. Start .
States Democrat and. he ia a man of earlnr roareeH d.r-1" eoet ..
United .
,I Young Tlndall. .. .. SO 00 I.---ate at sf cry tu.wr wa1. I I /.
\ Southern Shipper W W lT.,. ... .. 2000 the very highest character. He I. also )
, SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Number GO A B Drought. "* ...... 12 00 a man of more than usual ability. No Mrs. Joe Person's
Florida Time*.Union,eonrlct ad......, 936 man.more worthy of the' confidence of Remedy., II
..... .... "it"it1tIT'TRELL. "
C"Pre"t.coUMGo.l.. ... 21 7O the people of Florida running in NORTH CAROLINA
........... .. 71 was ; o '
Q P Parker I
S. H. & lolls i'
i E. H. FROST the primary for any position, and we Red anal Kldavy Wile a..Li.... 1 m.
Uaitle Oaa.", 40 are....B.... *S.._.... "mpI.F.... .
Ben Bronaon, ......... .... ... I 40 can say this without the slightest tear
COMMISSION MERCHANTS Peter WUllatni. .. ................. 140 of contradiction; In the long list on the I
Owen William. .. .... ...... ... I ..0MU. ballot there not the of a .
was name
ESTABLISHED 1866 .. William .. ...... .. .. .. I 40
Sterling> Henry .. .... ..... .. 1 40 man who has more of the respect and
W L:Yet.., .. ...... .. 1.0 confidence of those who know him tnan '

Ron Drive*, merchandise... .. ...... 8216E Eugene Matthews receives from all ANNUALEXTCUfiSLflNTO
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES : L Lesley ttokat for pauper..... . 80 80 who know his character.
J N Smith,road work ....... . .. .. 15 OOII
C Stanford, merchandise . . M 00 Aside from the fact that he represents -

) B C Miller com a. treasurer .. . 217 7< the presidential -choice of the -

C F pr."&1,. aerYlca* ..... . .. .. SO W Democrats ot Florida Mr. Matthews
R L Bn.... road. work .... ... .. .. 11776 la the best for the position but
319 Washinstpn St. Cor. Jay St. New York
W U Tel Co meatacee by sheriff' ..... 184 South Georgia and West Florida ..f
Pint National Bank latest ... . 18 SI the fact that Florida voted for Under- ;
Meferencost-Aetna Nat'l Bank, Mercantile Ageaciea .. .. .. .. ... ... 2SMUaoeral wood should be sufficient of itself to ,

----- ----- Rereone tranifer .. . 1000 00 decide the voters to put an Underwoodman -! -VIAATLANTIC '
Road Fund, .. .. . 2000 00 on the national committee.-Times-
DO LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT= Roll or...... merchandise .. ...... . 2 25, '
Barney Johnaon. road work...... . 11160 .Union. ltpd COAST LINE 1;; 4:
O W Athlon Baaaeniei payroll..l H 78
R I 1IAIw J W Johnson! road work... ... 16 BOB Splendid Investment '

wort.Netu... ... ... M No. 466.-It certainly ia exasperatingto MONDAY MAY '27; 1912 r
8 H Bullock coelelu.U... Court. .... 1 65 ,
O P ........". .. ,. .. .... .. . 9 10 see an opportunity of making big, Tickets on sale May 87th. limited to June 3d, 1912 .
Y ., boarding priaonera.. 71 eoloe.l.u quick money and then not be able to .] ?" ". H '

: _A Reldel,voting booth 4 00 take hold of it. We can't buy all the ROUND TRIP FROM KISSIMMEE TO' .w- _
W 8 Holton care Rick prisoner,..... 18 00 good things we see, and we are willingto Valdosta Oa. $5.50 Moiitlcello Fla. $5.5O '
Paid warranta were ordered cancelled 'pass them along to our friends. :.},
from the various funds in the following Thomasvlllc. Ga. 5.50 Balnbrldgt'Qa f'" 6.50
Cement and Concrete Here's a sure one-113 acres all plattedand ., ; ;
amounts : ready for sale In five and ten acre f
Boston Go. 5.50 River Jet. Fla. .6.50
Revenue . . . . . .. . .-. .. .*. 6688 69 tracts, located within IX miles of our .
Work of all Kinds TICKETS '-
Road .. . . . . . . . . . 3176 85 passenger depot, on and in close prox- GOOD ON ALL:TRAINS ;

SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY Fine and forfeiture, . . . . . 805 07 imity to the best hard road in Osceola For tickets orreservation'call on .. '."i .
. nearest A.; C. L.tTicket, Agent, or' .' 'vtY.R.
Tax Collector filed statement of.poll: county. We are ofer'ing'the' tract.Jn a ** !
Residence Phone 5? Mabbette Street taxes collected. $$31.00. I body at a very attractive price.,, No Traveling Passenger Agent. Div. Passenger Agent I \ .

I Office Phone 132 near pillingham Ave Tax Collector's'license report showed I II further .expense necessary to' place it . Tampa. Fla. C, .,'.. ''h,',' ..".

i I amount collected for the county $20.75. on the market in small tracts See us. I v., .
18 tt H. M. BREAKER & Co. I ':'
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Tax Collector and Treasurer filed .......:..... . "" " I .'

George N. Saunders. their in the reports various showing funds.amounts collected Nice Home Close to Lake. CENTRAL l .L- HOTCt I UNDKR W. P. Tuttle NKW and MANAQgMSNT Thos.'Fonts'i "

Revenue .. .. . . . . .. . .$ 259ft 81 No. 460-A new 5-room cottage, two Proprietorsj\ e
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j AT; BOAT'BUILDER Fine and forfeiture. . .. . . . 4424 28 large lots 50x164 feet each splendid ,
well of artesian water fifteen bearing;
School fund . . . . . . . . 7816 !9g orange trees. Call and see this propo .RATES: $1.604.00()( and $2.5o1PER.DAY-AMERICAJjTPLAN; ; *:!

Agent for"FeTro"aid "Eagle"Engine I Road fund. . . . . . . . . . 6032 63 sition. Price $1,200. H. M. Breaker1" '

-ee< DIEM liMllee. Fin FdkpbMrTHINO.wv"ArwA.r.atoA.AaA.A Special fund . . .. . .. .. . . 71.06 &; Co. 16-tf Hot and Cold Baths Electric. '. Lighted, 1 . ",Homelike.:-and, .'.Cheer/.u le.w ui, '% ..
KISSIMMEE FLORIDAThe Convict lease . .. . ... . .. 600 60 Modern ,
M S. S. D.. No.1.. . . .. . '.' . 268 04 Up to Date Home.No. .._......___.._. _....__..,.._ .Hff i iW .'

S. S. D.No. 2 .. .... .. .. _. 11861 464-$3,600.-New, modem six WHAT,'IT" 'ME-ANS I ; J "eJ*. ),.Atf '' [ +.

B. S. D. Nag.. .. ...... .. 168590 room. cottage, bath, lavatory, hot and tt

RULL BASS MARKET B. 8. O. No.4i<< ....... .. .. .. . 67467 cold water. electric lights,.,,beautiful twosshank MuJ'peepld.,"4"."not 18 01'bo.w..a8 so oapJ&aI.....o.e ar.wI&Io a.Nsl a"I.the.. dlldrwe N-' '" \. ,

Pension application of Wesley F. expensive mantels, new furniture, nice .A BA3 '$ CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.....- .t1.I' ., .'' s.: '

Bailey was examined and approved.. rugs.. House furnished complete, ready Is the road last pro4 eU thedeposttora from loss,tkereler the.lager. ail tot .(
for occupancy. Large lot, 83x147 feet, .......r pI'O&ead, the dspo.ltora......, This beak...a. - ;tOnpttalef.
Bearden ck: fro Depot Pistol bond of John R.. Woodall was. '...;........._:/.._.................160001.0! . ... mW'/ i
examined and approved. on,which" are. twenty full, bearing or? .. Hnrplu foodetookboldeirs' } .... 4. ...._....,......I. OO 110... .,..y ,
: Fresh BuildingMEATS of all klnils. J. R. Donegan presented 'application ange :trees.: Located; ,in three ,anda, 114111{ ,,.................,..J...,. fl,._UP "" 1 1..1 -

of Peter Raulerson be half blcwks of,tho postoffice, on beau- . A'total Of..l'............thuJ/llJe.00 ,/*> .,,. rThl.
to cattle .
-;. and .J& ,.J& for the"elstnct from the Orange tiful Verona,, street. In the very best esm.. ,Tltla.Ie.._tI..t we mast roe YOU 100e.'121IOOO.00. Wore_o. Mpaltorl..-at. ...."< .t._.... ." '
neighborhood. Call and let us. show '.. .
\ ""9r fie :rh w
line to Whittier.
county Upon motion '
POULTRY.. EGGS. FRESH FISH duly seconded; Mr. RanUrsori was you this beautiful home. Term. on ... STATErBANKOF, ?. KISSIMMEE A/A,4/yr; tire, ,; ."JI '

ap- part of purchase.price* if desired. .-ey'i\ >',. .t ..j I .... ... r
pointed to this position.No -. : ,
.Special. Attention to Phone,Orders and Free 18-tf H. M. BREAKER &; Co. !__ f>> ID 'J'.., 1" .nl ( ; '

,Delivery any, part o.ll1le City. Phone.189. bids for' the leasing of,the con O. A. CARSON Joni? M! Lia' *.. s. OAB80H ..... a.,+a ." ,
vlcts having been received! upon motion and Truck land President :" Vloe-PreaMDl .
.. duly seconded E. L.''Lesley.A. Fruit -..............................., ... ll.'I.a4TT...... w.H..,.. ......... -

. . F. bass and R.'O.. Johnston'. were appointed ,We have five and ten acre tracts in . ." ) .

M a committee to' look into the' Liberty Park the most de.lrabl..u- .. '. . . .

, i Y DOZIEB :. LEI IEH'S' r; :. Ii D QKGE ...Ruml matter the next of'Of meeting leasing the county of them the to'board.-and the report best advantage at- we burban at prices are offering property that are for on attractive.the your market consideration,We'which,'will!,IN.N.' NNNNNNNN.Nyy. '" ;

The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency In Osceola County :, ,- The question of a shorter route to be pleased to show these prospective EMIL MACH ERNEST. . ..MACH... .. 11' :
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LIFE' 'ACCIDENT \ purchaser'at time. Do not "te.4r4. f :
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>,'J .g connect: with the Florida East Coast
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PHONB U8 3x52 :tf fail to see this property before purchasing
was brought up before the board and,, Z MACH'BROB' 4 '
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>., .. .. as It has the advantages off being ;: .
motion duly seconded committee
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< ,-- close In and on the best paved :
r .-- tic ': 3 *, consisting of G. W. Asbton'A.'FBoa '
road In the county convenient to the J Livery Feed andAgt.luterttatsonalHaryestiiiff'
and J. R. Donegan was appointed ; Salet4ble, '
city, school and churches. Five acre
to' confer with the Brerard County tracts $250. and $300. H. M. Breaker t Coil.. j '
CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE Commissioners, and with them 'select A,Co.After. : .\ '. . &i ,
select the nearest and most suitable O .A."I""I" = a ",> .lh.'VY"..... ...: ,;t ".
Organiaed'April 2d.
.. son discussion the board Instructed ..
F- DEPOSITS James M. Johnston appeared before the clerk to'get the Information Everything new and first class. 'We. render' bro, .rid. ?. (

April 2.d. 1910; S2 1.800.00 the board behalf of Mr Kagey, and needed and advertise for bids for : satisfactory or night:; '"_ /1 ::. .' I. \

: Dec. 3l.t, 1910.$120344.43D.c.31st.191 ; cellatlon asked the board to recommend the can putting tat a new roof. ONE;: HALF BLOQK FROM' PASSENQER DEP OI:[.';. ': k
of tax certificates against
$,$172,260.29To The question of steel
putting a bridge
Lots 1, 2 and 8 of block 69 and Lot 8 of over Canoe creek was discussed and : Kissitnmee' FID,. Phone113. . ./, '. .:,' ;
business .L
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entrust your means thit'you will receive: block 70. town of Runnymede for the - -
I. consistent the board ordered the clerk to get the .
consideration with food sound conservative N.. '
bankingA. ; NNNNNNNNNNNrWe
every sum of 110. to which the board agreed.Mr. necessary Information and advertisefor ,- . .

E. UONEOAN.' President MT. A. S MITH. Cashier:: R. L. Starling appeared before bids 'for said steel bridge. it of I"" .,

the board and stated that he had examined Upon motion duly seconded, the t I
Directors: A. E. Donegan Pres.., II. M. Pfsnn. let V. P.:. '. '
Dsnn 2nd V. P. A. W Wlnn. the Court House, roof and that he Board adjourned. to meet again in'reg "
a W. 4H' Cohoon. F. W. Hall
(. D. Carroll.I. .' would recommend that a new roof be ular lesion.. -. <' Can Do Yourprmtii t.

put on, as the patching of the:lane on R. G. JOHNSTON

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+44S* 'Final! Meeting, of'Creditor t WSrCUSSBJUfffiAGl: OGARfTTEUW. I PROFESSIONAL B. DICKERSON,;

la tb* Dtatrtct Court of tb* .' tsml -
j s for the ootborsi Dtetrlct., Horde -' CARDS Artificial Stone Wefts

,& RRAYSTONE la. R. Rorml. *. ,Wiley,.Buknp4-IB. Bankropier. -" ,Prominent Hocida Woman Wrifes State OrdIwlla Wffl Be Enforced la WNOCRSALU AND RUTAiIuGfT, v v: 'I
< .. __ '1'0.... Creditor of Royal A. Wiley. BeakrnptMotto : 1 Suffrage.De This Gty Hereafter.A II. RIVERS M. D Lime Patent ,
Coooerninc Cement Fire Plaster
Pans Clay
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; It ....b'> sir**) tbatslnal metln| ,
., .... ALL 11I iW ol tb. bore named bankrap Building
of the creditor a number of local people have Inter Hair .:
the women of Florida really want PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
will bo tb*ofBo* th* nnderatfneiivfer
I < I K.60 to 9-60 per day. ** ! tb* :,5th day of to vote? This is a question that is put ested themselves in the matter of the Piers.Common Chimney ,
May, 19IX at 10 o'clock B, at which Urn. the bmoe Oeoeola Pharmacy i Jj
t i, Special by week'or month:. trit.*'. final aooovnt will b* aonaldrd I to many of the leading; thinkers,among enforcement of the state cigarette law over S in. Tile.,4 in. BlOCkat1' '
anal dividend declared, and the ea** clowd up relating to the sale of cigarettes ,and PBOHE81 t t RellcJeooe 63 eta Cypress
; L .. TimU. rts*. L L MTU| .| ; Tamp. Florida. Wa1WNNHIJNvta: the women of today The answers are r OfUoe,148 ,
varied and cigarette materials to Jnlnora. They; M/ _.. "..a"'k" '_
independent Daring one
f 4 ** ** M I.I'H *+ bit Uffere*!* UeAkraptcr." ; rood week and mad.......It.. <:*ui and swtprtoea.
i asked that the law published
have \ ...
of the club meetings of Florida, where rnrthlns-: u rafrt aatlafao.torr .

I First Meeting of Creditors, some very prominent women were taking so that dealers may understand what is W.L. .WINNPHYSICIAN 'a war. and or wane Midland. refunded.. R. M.. Phone Warfca 11 ej broad* .....-.

h : la ii.. Dtatrirt Court of tb. United State In part, the suffrage question was expected of them. We.present' It herewith ,
W. L 8 DDZOB sod for the Houlbern Dletriot of Florida uppermost.Mrs. :

YDJ) la Notice B*> I&. herrbr Mror,.akrap1-I.tbal R I.Baakraptry........"" of Minnie )Moore-Wilson of KIs- AN ACT to prohibit the sale barter or RBBTDBMCB ....ON. 3ft KIMHIIIBB.Ornca .

,. 8t. Cloud,OwsolaLrwety.04. liven dlatrU* afore, simmee, Fla. who Is regarded always giving away of cigarettes or cigarette Proxa W. .. FMHUDA.T .......etrafts'.aciash

,i .aid Notln.I.akrupL.* U b.rebygIveo theme tb.loth dr of as the voice of the Seminoles of Florida material this State and prescribing rLM. TILLER '.

May lull: tb. laidTL l U Meroer waa duly" adJsdaesd was silted to give her views penalties for the violation thereof. |>i G. THOMASON .

I ; -of nil a creditor bankrupt will, and b* that held the at aret the .Court rnfMrtIns when she immediately led her hearers Be it enacted by the Legislature of I .

l lion.** In KiMlmine.. rlertila. on the fib 1\l right into Seminole history. Mrs. Wilson !-
/ M41 WiA at :M oVIork a m al whichtime PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Estate : to* .red: ,Mora mar attend, prop thHrclaim : said that "as examples of suffragist SECTION 1. That it shall hereafter 4 eseaaNaaaaaNeaNNeesaasaeem
\ Real ., appoint a trun e. cxamln tb. bank- !
3 be unlawful In the State of Florida for =
hoiber bnalnaa n Florida has the most ideal in her
rapt, and IranMart out mat Office Phone. 74 and 8. Residence 126 4 Realty bought and sold
a properly coma before tb* aald inecUnK. Seminole''' and that the suffrage any corporation, company/firm or'per
'1 Tampa, YWrld.N iLT IAMIR LINTER, son to sell barter.furnish or give away; Houses rented. ,-
i movement in America dates 160 years B. D. WIENENGA
\ 23.It "K.lpre.. In Hankruotrv DR Taxes paid,and Titles verified
jack, when the Seminoles a nation In directly or indirectly to any minor any for non-residents. i

: KISS1MMEE. FLORIDA Order of Publication. |760. The Seminoles squaws may lay cigarette cigarette wrapper or any substitute VETERINARIAN Fire. Life and Accident In-

: In Circuit Court. MercDth Judicial Circuit. OCfwla claim without fear of dispute to being for either ; or to procure for or STOCK TREATED FOR surance.H .
:! COUDt,. Hut* of -'orlo1.-1D' chencorr.Jamri the first American suffragettes. to persuade advise counsel or compelany --
E. Darin, fomplalnant, vs Charles Joy child under said age to smoke any Oar Phone t6rNlahtPha.182 | Indemnity Bonds. }
of authority
not this -
They are cognizant
J. Uharlo; Oalleghnr, and All Pcrnon. (lilin- ORLANDO. FEA. f . .. ....
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ri Ins( an Intercut lu the Property In Ihll llill but have Rained it through their cigarette.SEC. *rifwv&STOKES ,
'S:1.BIJLLOCK Ue.nrlbed. Defendant-R II to Remove Cloud
; from Title entire fitness for it. : 2. Any such corporation company DR. N. L. BRYAN

a To All whom It May OoacernIt : I "Theirs I. a code to follow. They do firm or person violating any of

appranng. filed In this from.U.the'", thai sworn then bill are of pomplaint. per| not know they are such strong powers the provisions of this act shall for the DENTIST *

eSTATE Ooue'ale..IcI1ID the property" Involved In this first offense, upon a conviction thereof
REAL In their tribal life neither do the braves.
; j unit/ ether than the known aefn --- saaN.MNH that the naroea of snob parlous, ... lalr.I.d.l They have not made their men effetni- be fined In any sum not more' than New York Avenue')
: ',- are unknown to the complainant l.llfof : and that r**> neither have the lost their $50.00 nor less than $10.00 ; and for a 'a.
'; INSURANCE llcf la prayed In add complaint agalnit I nate squaws ST. CLOUD FLORIDA .

1 such It, li unknown Therefore delendanta Ordered: That all parties emmmity, nor gotten to the harem second and any subsequent offense, such "

s' claiming an Interest In and to the followingdeacrltxid skirt stage. Their absolute control corporation company firm or person Qlt. J. W. SIMPSON BBaaBB-BBBBWaB-mW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB-l
Examination of Titles properly, situate I In She .1 Ostrola, l and Put or Florida\ tow It: over their children, the absolute obedience shall upon conviction thereof be finedIn Money-maldn.r strains
The north half of the northeast quarter ol not than $100.00 nor DENTIST. for
In of the children to the parents any sum more market growers
if{ the aonthfBMt quarter of ictlnn Hlxtt m
Specialty. Townihlp Twenty eve aolllh of Range T..enrnlne their counsel on questionable subjects es* than $10.00. and to which may be 1 Upstairs in Kits Building.ninrtnie ......' "B-BT Brt Earl," T--. .
east, do herein; the coint>lalnatit'aKill added imprisonment in the county jailor A winD<< wherever .-... FmtnallT 1
of oompbmlnt, I on or be.form4hliitdar in the camp life, their authority over a. m. to 12 m. *
t. 1:I,, Correspondence Solicited. be taken of m July.oouleenedAnd A. U. lliu. :!, else thin ..!.! bill Kill their own possessions-their beads any period not":exceeding sixty : HOUR. |r y.;30 to 0:30p: m. 1 adapted, to iKe. Souir 3.75. Pk I lOqi) or. 40q.

It la Further Ordered That this order. money or produce; and then) the quiet days Telephone No. 76 Jun 6.Ivr.. KStek.' Special Glee T-a..
... be published weeks In once the Valley a week lamlle for 'twelve, a newiipaperlUbllHhcd coneeonthe deference paid the squaws' by the men SEC. 3. It 'is hereby made the dutyof | The fiat Ie the. world.

In said County; ol tOsr' a Ia. Slate ol of the camp show that the St'mlnoesuUraJre. sheriffs constables, their deputies or ID R. W. W. CARSON SfKialSlraiMo4Boel.aidumrMK.Miuk.. ,-
Florida and ol general cln tilatloti In said
meta .
coalll,. know It Is rather any police officer to enforce the provisions Watcrmeloo etc
as we Ideal DENTIST
FLORISTCut Willi.... the Honorable Jamia W pcrklunJililg __ Seed roe your lut of reed want and III
of saldcemct, and my name aa
thereof and the official seal! of said Circuit' who have have had Office over Cole's Jewelry Store
or BMfkel
: knitted any minor may gardeacn. Al
Floral Designs (onn Ihla the lltbdar. ;of April', A. U. lol'L I our grandmothers' day as they \ any rapt write j
Flowers and It. n. .1.......,..... by the big log fire and grandfather In his possession any cigarettes or cigar- Office Hours: 8-15 1-6 ':t'my iislnsM. matrat4ctaUf
I for all occasions. W. J. Heara, Holloltor for Cmnplalnaot 1'.12& listened and heeded as he sat in his tte material and compel him to testify Residence"
Potted Plants and Roses a before the' county judge or justice 23 Walter P. Stoke. Seedsman
-- -- -- -- well cushioned armchair. any

specialty. Notice of Executor tor Final Continuing, Mrs. Wilson said: of the place! as to where and of whomhe DERBYSHIRE M. D.. Dept. 67 PkiUd.IphU
Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELLJ. Discharge.In "How can our American women demand obtained such cigarettes or cigarette E.

Court or Ibn Slate ol Florida material. .- --
County Judge .. suffrage in its extreme form
In reeatalflol Martha A. Tlirllnglond : decee. Special attention given to the
e (...."" 1. county. 'after the heroism aud protection givento SEC. 4. That all laws or parts of laws treatment of Women and +
- Notice hereby given. to all whom It ma) the In conflict with the provisions of this
women on the Titanic' when
concern. that on the loth day til May A. D Children.
W. THOMPSON 912:!. I shall ..1'1'10 the llonorablo fieo, K.barker noble men gave life' itself for the weaker act are hereby repealed.
r j late for, Jut. :foal. discharge IDICout.: aa. an executor Judge of of Pro-the sex? Peasant as well as peeress received SEC r. That this act shall take effect Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 enneth p. Butler I

matt of Martha A. Turlington.:: flnceajM and its and 24-Smoipd
that at tb* eame time I will preaeat. my end. this tribute, and yet, not a millionaire immediately upon passage approval l .
account an executor of aald Mitat. and auk for them but what would by the Governor.
their approral. among P. A. VANS AONCW W. B. CKAWrOBD
''f FUNERAL DIRECTOR Dated November lab A. D. IVI I. have given up his millions for a teat in Approved May 22, 1907.
46-1 mofmo Executor, a lifeboat but when the place was de-

x and -- - aired for somebody's wife mother, or lilburn to the Peopleof

Notice to Non-Residents. a helpless child with folded arms these
Cold Drinks &
t ? LICENSED EMBALMEROppwlte Is Circuit Court, Hrentb Judicial I Ircult.: On noble American men calmy faced death. Office: 3-4 V4. Cltlune lank DalMInfLissimmee Cigars\
cools Conn'y, BUI* of Florida-In Chancery.James Osceola County. Florida I
I f.: Darin. Complainant, r. ('barl... Joy "Cannot our American women trust Kissimmec Fla.Sprigg .
J, CnarlM OallaRbcr: and.All Other foraoiuClaimlnc the nation to such men, aa we know -- ,
an Internal In the Property In This '. ... S
,, Courthouse Bill OMorlbfld Delandanla.It . there are millions of them In this land HOOK H. D OSIOBB1
This is the last gun of the campaign
appearing by trndaTlt appended to the bill of the free and the brave.
filed' in th* above *tatd canne that Charlea You go into the primary of next Tues- MOON &; GEIGERATTORNEYSATLAW - -- -
7 and J. .,,
Joy Ch.rI.U..b. the' -
LlaailMRp w FLORIDA named,an non realdenta ol the state I day. May 38, to choose a representa-
: ol Florida. and whoa* rvaldena la unknown, Heard Interesting Address.I In Congress from this district. For the
and that they are over 1b.age of 21 rear: It li t
( 1 therefore ordered that' pail non-realdent defendant About fifty i-' people interested in the put five months I have been activelyat Office State Bank(Building Fleming
b* and they are hereby required to
\ appear to the bill ol complaint filed in said growing ot citrus fruits attended the work presenting the issues of the Kla immee. Florida (
$1 $2 per Acre Month case on or before Monday, the 3d day of Jose from the and
: or per A. U. 1911. otberwla the allocation of said meeting held at the bandstand Broadway campaign stump through F. KRIBBS CLEANING

bill will be taken aa confuted by said defendant Saturday morning and listened toan the newspapers. 1 have done my utmost G PRESSING

,; r h ..w.lI"" ... ..., .,..... PI..I.. ..... It*.l Is further ordered that IhU order be pub. able addles given by Hon. W L. to present these issues fairly. I ATTORNEY AT LAW K.I8SIMMBE, FLA. "dREPAIRING
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5 fI_....1.gegood..__L_..cll.trfct., 'labd the Val ono*a y week 0.....for..,eight a newspaper coneoutl. publlahodB weekia Palmer of Orlando. After which an have refrained from using harsh language .. : "

,._...Ist.r..t. Oar. ..t.r.......1 sad n.etr..t.11. tr.esporta.110. di This laid, April County llth and, IV12.Wat*. hour was spent in discussions pertain. ; against my competitor; I have Examination of Titles a Special :: ";' el;

'f Cw.N t** ; Yu TItIpN.dYY./reeh. 's.el I) R. O. JonnanH.; Ing to fruit growing. Aa a whole it indulged in no abuse and*I shall come Notification sand payment of taxes of "','",(A_1',

_'('" liN.O. Clerk circuit our" was a profitable meeting Mr. Palmer out of the campaign with clean hands non-residents given careful word at my house and clothes
I 1 W.I. Baari.Solicitor\ for Uomplalnant, Ifr* attention.* ,,"
ly waa here in the interest of the Florida and a clear conscience:' My competitor will be called nor and returned., r .,
;' for Sale !
Citrus Fruit Exchange. hargea that he hat been misrepresented
t No. 801-An. ttractive home In Pine- Republican County -- - -- villified and maltreated. I refer Satisfaction Guaranteed '

a dale. This property is just outside of Convention and Precinct GIVE YOUR LsYEH" any of you to my utterances, which ale .
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City on high ground. ls record. charges immense ATTORNEY AT

y. two-etory and contains eight rooms,, all I Meetings A FAIR CHANCE urns of money have been employed to L.. CC LLJSrr

l" plastered and hard oil finish, !'twoporches encompass his defeat. I have borneall KISSINGER. FLORIDA
tw a fine well and large barn. Thia Th* Republican prcelnet meetings will be JCloslirxmee's7ell
hell In th. elf hi preolnet ol Oaoeula County ...:...- the expense of my campaign and
d boos I Is located on a five-acre tract Se May 14.1012.: to elect delegate U th. Conn' bat I it of public record. He ha. attempted IMVa O. MASSY T. MCTOH W A BLOW :3Drlllerla '
with beautiful view of the city and .7 ConTenUon. Kaoh precinct la entitled to Stop Draffi It Witk Calomel; DodMB'S Lat Counsel for Judge of tb*
)1 r is to citrus ,fruits one delegate for each tn Bapabllcaa voters to curry favor by posing as a Florida R. R. Comm Criminal CostMASSEY to drillARTESIAN
,\ Liver-Tone prepared
who will a
anted This trucking. property can be Republican tlckat I nominee IB the November martyr. His only accuser Is his own &: WARLUWATTORNEYS
f bad for $3,30" on very favorable terms. Bait election Praolnct nor sending Liquid Medicine Work record. I have done nothing more than WELLS
p' b Will introduce .customer, to ownstInd repreaentatlrea, one;delent* will be appoint. : '
r 4 brtb*Chairman of th: let them deal direct. H. M. Breaks } Preelnot meetlnfi will alaoebooaan
Co. JS-tf *> m*-brtfo County Committee sad on voters I also have a public record AT In any section of Florida 1.t 1.\
additional member for each 100 quallfylss a.hIsaa Practice In all the Court of the Stat and of
f # t voters I.the.,.,...0..... PrecIao" Dot your liver atop working it la a Which belongs to the people. I am the United State also before the riorld Rail ';1 11'en
he mistake to to it Into :'action road. Ooaun...... and tb Intantat "IMIIIMIII :
J a.e4lng meaba.owe ylU appointed by the try whip neither afraid nor ashamed of It; Ido, i' .
", o' County Esemtlve OOIIImltlee. CueID....... years ot successful Well ,
., .For,. Sale Then will be .014 at k Oloud. Florida a with doses of calomel. not object to a public scrutiny, of It, 1-M CaABLSWOal BUM. ORLANDO. FLA. Drilling la a Guarantee of my ,; '.;

Nc.429-l.arge lot'on which Is located tepubUcan til.t*_iaa.Covaty.a OOBDU ConvenUon ticket on salt sly'''Dna lath, It's so much simpler. and safer to care1 yet that;record has-lR been assailed{ M1.TNDREW Ability to produce the beetresults. \

.uoh other builiwvi a* may com before Lb. your hver troubles -lhe''plea.ant If It had been vulnerable I am sure (:
i one f seven-room and one three-room _.....Ioa. JOHNSON .
t W. U Via Ptnoa tasting liquid Dodson's Liver-Tone: that you would have heard of It. In A '

bou'e.areIIouM. U lighted with 'Chairman OoeJlty Joss.._L.11...Committee. You can get'a large bottle at 'Klsslm- my canvass of the district I have found ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW TWO AND FOUR INCH .

.' r'r'a electricity, baa toilet and kitchen sink Keoretarr. Coney KxeoutlT.PHBBIOO.Oommlttv mee Drag Co..** store for 50 -cent* and Teat dissatisfaction among the people; Will Practice in all Courts WELLS A SPECIALTYP J

I 'aaoail house also has sln. and toilet 1 ws tf every member of the family can 'use It! a i m.jont1'of them desire change'! In State and Federal ...1.,

: wUI bell this aa a whole or separately, Dodson's Liver-Tone Is an alt vegetableliver the representative from this district Office adjoining Broadway ,.O. Box 844' .' .

r Tha| property !I. well located, will pay { 'Trudand (,RrUIIr lit ,Land. medicine that starts the liver'' tact The[ 't'Ote'ln the first primary proves Citizens Bank Kissimmee f'es*.yy>%nee, Fioridob 1 't

10 per-cent, en Investment If rented No.,462-Seven and one-half acre. of within a few hours''and has no toad this. 'There are eighteen counties m ,

,. 'g. Price of both houses. $2,000. H. M. the best truck and fruit land in Kisalmmee after-effects.. No restriction of ;your ih_*district., In five only did Mr. Clark p. ./BNKIMS a. .. WOODBAM '- ,:

Breaker. 4k Co.. Park. This land I. In proximity habits or dle necessary.: v- receive.-majorities; thirteen counties ; ,

.? ;to the lake. Call on us and we wil. Klssimmee' Drag Co. guarantees it to gave majorities against him. By pop JENKINS & WOODHAM r-- '

for Sale put yon In touch with the owner; yon be a perfect substitute for calomel and ilar majority and, by county unit the I The Florida Grower 1I \
r.r ; SURVEYORS I, "
can deal direct with him. Thia. prop' will give you your money back If you people declared against Mr. Clark. The ,

No. 229-A very desirable 4-room erty U offeredat a great reduction are not pleased with the medicine.Get opposition to him waa divided between Kisaimmee Florida FortreekereandfrultrewerL'Toefolk. I

cottage (ocated within one block of from' what land In,, this 'locality I. eelno a bottle Instead of calomel .next lr. Burr and myself, and this made a who. want to know about rtnrtIda. \
'J .., Oaceola county court boIIN.In best residence Weekly *! It)pee Tarj'nODth'
for. U.;M.:Breaker & Co. 16tf time. second Semi
: primary necessary. Ijr. tf5e lIXi for alee tree (rialaubeoriptlun. I
"\ aectloft of city' 1 House la n.w. .- -.-. From received from .; a......,.. Be4gM.0...
assurances both .....
' 1/I. 1 ceiled throughout; city water; lot 78x For.Sale Big Bargain In a Home. Burr and Clark supporters I am confident The 'Uome'Bakery THB FLORIDA- OROWER
I Let show
: Price 1260.
147 f..t. us
'Na'$00-trine Splendid new six room house, Just inside that 1 shall be declared the nominee ' BOO Florida A...... Ta*>.... Pisa.)
thia _tap. H. U. Breaker ft Co. garden and poultry
** IS-tf ropositlon.> Thia' place contains two city limits fine deep well lot con- I wish to thank my many friends ,

: i tains two acres of ground good new who gave me such a in Mandesires / ,
ac. ., new 6-room house with porches
barn and "' and all 1 The first primary and to . ...
buat .heda. urarthem
)I "f Iii front and one aide; fine artesian welt wagon go - -- -- '''' t!

: .Good News with pump on porch. Choice location: under good new fence. Fine locationfor out and vote Tuesday and get others to to thank the citi- ;r

, \'We have secured a''few 8 and 10 acre 'or'small truck or poultry farm. The small truck garden or poultry aanch. do likewise. If they do we shall win a aena and -visitors for their I G-OIOEE. ,

. j{ tracta of the finest fruit and truck This is a fine proposition where you great victory for straight Democracy; patience during the rush for > HBB IS A OOAalANTBBD- CURB f' ;,
land If subdivided Into lots I. worth the '
{ a land.within bait a mile, of the city will have the freedom of the and good government. In this last Bread. In future we will Don't b*dUilnrd br an .aata-hUr Ooltr* price asked without Improvements. country appeal have roar neck that will rarely keep Incrmaine In ala* .
,4 limit, which w. can offer at the very any a larger variety of goodson
., , yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages I want to warn the people against and ese**choklnB and oUter aDD_& Bmp-
, J 'low price, of $60.00 per acre. Kia- W. are offering this property for of the city such u splendid high hand. louse..or.ere later."HALL'S.
jnHDee .. expanding so rapidy these 1,660; terms on part If desired. The school best markets churches, etc. he eleventh hour campaign circular. Hot Rolls. Cream Biscuit OINTMCNT"
; .
J Car Ooltr to Stay Card
almost in and
ffw/t* trill be town competitor resorted to this
i' soon the town Is crowing In this direction and Price 1600. H. M. BREAKER &: Co. iy method and Bread (white and brown) After you here tried .verythIns elee you have -
: win. be worth many time prices 48-tf of influencing the voters the day of the ever board ot then you will appreciate the realmerit
1: f f. 'aaked today Do not KO milea' Into the property will enhance in value very for Breakfast of this-....". It U perfectly barmleea.uaniauUnt .
: ; country for email tract at any price, rapidly. H. M. Breaker oV Co. 13-tf first primary. He may do so again. I Cream Puffs, Monday and t*nee, des not color the skid or sent '
or New Houses.We friends be any dleemfort whaUrer. and OT* vuarante)that
. to the
,asrhile can ret such. these at this warn my on lookout.
you Thursday and oftener site application will produce Moro ActMal R*-
pprl..., .. there ,_lll be no such'opportunlUea Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine have several deslrablejnew houses The opposition is desperate and will resort ..Ittt than a month.treatment with any other
. if called for. for"Worth
Ik I aa thia. aa all nearby tejntdy.Don't *
.j The Company has accepted the agency for under construction which wl reoffer- to desperate measures. remeritae" .l:1dS-:; *for. PCh- . 1
quantity c
/ lands wW gathered up. Also of Cakea
a variety ease.EahAOLetm.ut."alit yea> do not i-
... limited and 'will 'soon 'be tak.... the Carterear ene of the moat wonder- Ing for sale All of these houses are Yours very truly. hand all and It the boat remedy. of the kind that yon have r '

it ' Other lands, a.little nearer In.! but no rut cars of the age, and will In a few In desirable locations.' Secure one of It S. J. H1LBURN. on times. at eve will....rafnnd... lee can return the W..pee..llrl..ile empty: package and .1/. i Idwe
solo your moner. y
x. ':' ..betterhava recently at one lays have a shipment of these ear on them for next winter at a lower price the.1 avins Lone Goitre of LOSE Staajdlns:
'*' .andr cl doI "'ff acre and some. have FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat, ALFRED t.arr, *. the remedy. a trial. Send aUrer or P.O.,
' : .. band which they will take pleasure In i than will be asked for them laterln the with all city conveniences. Apply to SMITH Order* wMali'
7k a bid. pce _
.r -t1 a+1 ..c aBAEER'6'OO.. I IJ It' showing alL- 15-tf season H..M. Breaker &: Co. l -tf .WV,B. Harris Gazette officer -tf-- -- - -- -- - te.edr.Bea..Mssfl.ldeki o f-w1; ,=:<

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I4rrjiiL Man That "SELLS HOMES"' -

Secretary Powell lias Something to V. I. S. Calls Attention to Laws .

; 'H.M. Say About New York Grouch.The Relating to City Cleanliness. 'MICHELINRedlnner '

I. BREAKER following letter, issued a few The 'V. I. 'S. desires, through the .. .
-1[ days ago by Secretary Powell.of the press.,'to call the attention of property

Tampa Board of Trade'ts'' self explcn owners in Kissimmee to two. ordinance j '
atory. ,The man bout whom it is written relating to the, cleanliness and good '

probably visited one small section looks of the city.I 'The first'of these Tubes

,of th state because of some inconvenience he wasteland, the second, to the removalof - -

suffered.' Any fairmlnded man who weeds. We present the two sec I

t b takes time enough to investigate: Florida tions here: 1

will never write ,so far from the "173. No person shall deposit on any

truth as that which aroused Mr.'' Pow of the streets or sidewalks or lots with-

ell's wrath. The' letter is given the business portion of the town, or
fix l with: on any public square, any sweepings of .
+" :' ?4 I Tampa, Fla., May 17, 19111. any stores, dwellings, offices, shops or '

To the Editor: booths, or any paper,hair, chips, bones, H

The April issue of{Green's fruit Grower peelings, slops, straw, trash, rubbish, + ,

published at Rochester, N. Y., a or wastings of any kind whatsoever; I I r
paper with a wide circulation and carryIng but be is hereby required to put any accumulations tI .
Vr t with it considerable influence,"has as above specified in a box .

I attacked Florida most brutally :and or'suitable receptacle, .and place the

without.a grain of truth. This article same out at the edge of the sidewalkin .

I a is carried under subhead, "Charles A. the street In front of the premises
Green's Walks and Talks With Read- him each and
occupied by everyday by .
I Iy ers,"and follows the head, so as to giveit .
8/ 'clock A. M., at which hour such accumulations Their '
the greatest publicity.Mr. shall be removed by scav superiority : .

Green carries with the head the e Ifer carts; and any persoa violatinghe e' is recognized all e. k

following thought by Napoleon, "Think- provisions of this section shall, up- ,

nothing done while ought remains to on conviction, be fined not exceeding $5 over the World
do," and jle has applied this thought for each oft:ense."
with venom to this fair state of ours. "183. It shall be the duty of the mar S

: The article Is as follows : shal or policeman, whenever an excess .
ive growth of weeds or other noxious IN STOCK BY
f '
plants may be found upon any Iota within -
Land Anywhere Without First SeeingIt.I the business portion of the city,
am spending several weeks InFlorida whether such lots be occupied or vacant W. B. MAKINSON CO.
The climate la all be
I that can to notify the owner; or agent of .
II desired In February and March whichare I
such owner, or occupant, to clear away
the n.ost desirable months for tourIsts -
and remove the same within such reasonable :
Invalids from the .
I and north. .
I time as the marshal may direct; "i
"I have never seen any good fertile I and any person failing to comply with
II soil in Florida. The soil is composed of< such notification shall be fined not ex-
Having implicit faith in the ,future ot Kissimrnee. we have
white sand washed up from the ocean. ceedidg $50, and shall the costs of
made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel pay : ,
It will not bear any crop unless heavily such clearing and removal :.s June WeddingsMagnificent
away ; pro- .
I proud and trust by honest fair dealings to merit a continuanceof :
enriched. From one-half ton to a ton vided that should
no owner, or agentof
a large portion of the real estate business in this section. If '--
desire per acre of good farm phosphate isnecessary owner, or occupant be found, the II ir-'tF; Chests of SterlVing >, f'
I you a home in the most favored section of Florida for the -
each year in order to securea marshal, under the direction of the
smallest price that property can be secured for. we invite you to '
j I I call on us. "r p. I council, shall have the work done." ? : Silver from 18 to 48

We offer Vacant Resident "I am told that there is more fertile .,
Property Improved City Property ,
I Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at soil in reclaimed swamp lands, but even I Splendid Residence Lot. \\ pieces. Prices consistent.

lowest prices to be obtained. here the fertility is soon exhausted. A r
No 463-Fine, large, vacant comer
large: part of Florida in under water
lot feet close to lake. Splendid
80x147} -
No.. 415- Very clo ir-able vacant lot this place. .If you desire a home in (swamp) and cannot be drained. This STERLING SILVER Tea Sets Sandwich Plates, Bowls, ;Sherbet Seta, Cofleer
containing 1111"\acres, just outside Florida write or rail on us quick as this is of no value, but is often! exchangedfor location, good neighborhood. We Sets, Fine Goblet, and many other useful and attractive articles. ;+ t
city limit. in ',\>st KissfroiiioP, good property will not been the market longat fertile eastern farms, the owners of are offering this large lot at the very AND Dlin'T KORUBT the Engagement and Wedding!! Ring.. Here you wilF ,
place W start poultry farm or truck the price named. This property we low price of $400 cash. II. M. Breaker find the finest assortment.
garden. Clone to churches and school.A are offering for a short time for 12500. which have not seen what they bargainfor. & Co. 16-tf
bargain at $17.1. ua show you Will sell as a whole or divided into two ." : W. H. BECKWITH JEWELRY CO.a,
this lot. if desired.No. .
parts This man Green Is a large nurseryman copy, showing that you resent his attack STREETTHE HOUSE OF QUALITY
No.' 601-An attractive' homo in Pine- and prints his Fruit Grower as a on the state. 410 FRANKLIN TAMPA FLA.

dale.limits This properly high In ground.. just outside Houseis of 402-Fine 20-acre orange grove located vehicle to exploit his wares, taking sufficient Stand up for Florida, with its 4,942 }, ,,

city two-story on and contains{ eight rooms, inside city limits, close to school I other 1vertisipg: to evade the miles of railroad, 1,803.000 acres of land ,
all plastered and hard oil finish, two and churches This property consists postal laws regarding: second class mat- under cultivation, bringing the grower ,
of of land, of I
porches, fine well and large barn. forty acres twenty acres ter. His catalogue is a work of art, $117,623,000 value 4
which is in bearing orange and grape- $50,000,000 a year; 1 r
This house Is located on a five-acre fruit trees, ten acres additional cleared and he undoubtedly has patrons in Flor in farm lands; shipping a billion feet of
tract, with beautiful view of the city
and in cultivation; good five-room cottage I lumber in 1910 with assessed valuationof
and lake. Land is adapted to citrus ida.I ; I ,.
two deep wells. This is
an excellent -
fruits and This' can ; dthat of hie intelligence $198,000,000 estimated
trucking. property location, wl.ere you will have am surprise a man real estate ; rPardon
be had for t33UO on very favorable the freedom of country life with city with reference books at his total wealth $600,000,000 ; the greatest: t
Will introduce customer to
terms owner and let them deal direct. advantages. Possession can be securedon command would print such an attackon increase in population of any state east d theShoe Ft
short notice. See this proposition this state. of the Mississippi, and whose bank deposits -
before purchasing. Price, $9,500 terms
No. 463- $4,000.-A beautiful six- on part. ; In the same issue on the editorial in 1911 were 24180049.
room cottage, new and up to date as- the Grower states: "Good Flori- Stand up for Florida,' the state with
bath bestos room roof,,toilet all modern, two lavatories conveniences, hot No. 437-We are offering some very da vegetables: are'bringing: : fancy pricesIn the ,climate, the health, the progress I I 'Man ,.. .

and cold water, cabinet electric desirable resident Iota, located three the northern markets." They, cert, and prosperity-and If any half-bake I .
lights. House furnished complete, including blocks from Court House, on nice high tainly were, and you can answer this nonentity 'starts to kickln' our hound: ,
piano. Nice flowers and shrub- elevation, for$300.' Alley in rear of all aroun' swat him on the solar plexus., ',h \,, (+''? ,t des
bery in yard. Large lot, fronting 1471& these lots.. Cash, or short time Letus attack of his by quoting prices the veg- \ :' ; r
feet on Verona street, extending back show vou these lots. etables brought to your growers, and Respectfully! 4
117 feet deep. A splendid home, delightful send Mr. Chas. A. Green Editor Fruit W. B. POWELl, ,

location. Terms can be arranged Grower, Rochester, N. Y., a marked Secretary Board of Trade. ,' ti'Nvs
No. 303-Small farm inside of city
on half of purchase price. limits. Tnis property consists of a five- You should pardon the shoe .
Property must be seen to be appreciated. acre tract within a quarter of a mile of ,
Let us show it to you. Osceola High School. Small house, fine I man if he steals a sly glance at 'ft ??
four-inch flowing: well, land all in culti- GARDNER 8c ELLISELECTRICAL
-No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house, vation. City is building very fast In 1
Jut Inside city limits, fine deep well this direction; lots will won command CONTRACTORS your footwear, and smiles a smile 1 r rof
good price if owner should desire at
lot contains two acres of ground, good any
new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, all time to Subdivide and sell It for residence recognition as he, spies well:
Price $1,600.
Vine location purposes.
under good new fence. -
We Guarantee our House-wiring to M
for small truck garden or poultry ranch. shoes sold his own"
Pass all Insurance fitting
where will Inspection. / over
this fine
is' a proposition you FIVE: city lots on which is located a .
freedom of thecountry,
will have the
all the ad- nice new cottage, fine viewof .FIxTi1REUwoRRlt LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
yet close enough to enjoy the lake, cool breezes. This prop- counter. ,
vantage of the city, such as splendid erty is located close to the proposed SPECIALTY -rIt's -- .
high school, beet markets, churches electric line, on high level lots. A '
etc. Price f 1600. bargain at $1600. Let' us show you this : only a smile 'of ,pleasure _

abort No. .34-Flne distance beyond tract of city 40 acres limita, just on property.No. due to the knowledge that' :the N: f

Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid 443-Ten acres located in Park ,
high school, churches and market. Price Garden, all under good new fence, land Kissimmee Boat Building Co. wearer is ,deriving'' satisfaction: in : '.
if desired
$30.00 per acre. Terma' on part plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to >

get on and start a crop without any de- HENRY O'NEAL MANAGER 'wearing his good shoes. '>
lay. We can offer this ten acres with > : +

No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on the above improvements for the same BOATS BUILT TO ORDER *m t.-1;
marl road, two miles from depot on price that unimproved land is being sold
has food for in this tract. Our price $1000.00. :. .
St. Cloud road Property (

house bearing.and This three-acre grove orange will yield grove from In Terms on Dart if desired. Any Size Any Style L. M. WHIDDEN &, OCX( 'f ..;

1000 to 1200> boxes of- oranges each Repairing and '
Painting .1 /
year. Sufficient land cleared and In No. 452-Twenty acres located In Park : '* "
cultivation to Increase grove to twelveor Gardens; five acres in cultivation, ten .. ,t tIf.
fifteen acres, and at same time can acres fenced, fine 2-inch flowing well. Agency for -
be yielding any garden truck desired. This is conceded to be the beat tract in GIBBS MARINE MICHIGAN WHEEL CO.'S :
If in search property that will\ bring Park Gardens, owned by a nonresidentweo .1:'
results this fall,.and at all times while desires to sell We will furnish ENGINES FIXTURES ,: .' ,
extending new grove, investigate this. you with owner's address and you can YARDS SOUTH NF JOHNSON'S DOCKP. JJj,
This property is to town, deal directly with him. The price is at- O. BOX 141 20ft : '
has marled road on onside one end. tractive and terms can be secured on SUMMER :
Price ",200. part of purchase pried if desired. ". :

No. 458-Ten- acres adjoining city No. 465.-$775 will purchase a good *" J i '
limits, on the Orlando hard road. Land new five-room cottage in Carson Addi Size Qualify Early Maturity { : .i'ln, ;
la cleared, fenced and ready for the .
tion. House is located on two lots 50x I
plow. The elevation is high, suitablefor Send for our latest free book
and trucking. This 164 feet each, close to the lake, where I \
citrus fruits
property will soon be available for res- you will enjoy the cool breeze from the' White Bronze MonumentsMADE THE PAYING GROVE f.&" S7

ident purposes as the city is expanding lake constantly. This Is one of the very .

rapidly. A bargain at 120000. best bargains we have on our list, worth It tells the HOWS and WHYS interesting to a citrus '. i) ,

considerably more money than we are grower at this season. It also gives, full description of i'

ORANGE GROVENo. asking for it. We will be1"pleased to IN ANY DESIGN our fine line of t

383-Twentyfive-acre orange show you this property.No. Fruit and Vine FormjIns.
grove, all under good fence. Railroad Always look well. Indestructible.
459 Five acres inside city, clear-
runs through grove; station adjoining Ideal Fertilizers
and Ideal made'i
property; good school and church within ed, fenced and plowed, ready for culti Prices Right Methods have ,
quarter mile of property. All crops vation. This tract is near the Aultman the banner crops of the State. a
that can be grown in Florida do well on farm, on high ground $1000.00 takes It.


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;; r'lOOMfR l FOR CONGRESS. I Baseba.lllop I ,VEGETABLE Plant Semi-Arid Value Without KINGDOM Which Region' Thrive.Particular,ODDITYQueer In Economic Classified Advertisements-j I ? ;

,, (From Tallahassee True Democrat) An arrangement that will Insure Advertisements are inserted under this head at the rate of S Coats

; HURLING DEFIANCE- AT DEMAGOGUES PEANUT Kissimmee at least two games of balla Houston, Tex.':One' of the'' oddities per line each Insertion '

a> week,during the season wai made 'of the vegetable kingdom I Is the

i POLITICIANS AND MUCK RAKERS COL. this week, when Mr. Gray Ruth, of the Samuela or Sierra Blanca yucca, of I .
.: Texas The Samuela Is FOR TIMBER
southwestern ESTIMATORS-We
Ii, Orlando team, arran'icld for alternatinggames SALE are exclusive -

. W. M. TOOMER OF JACKSONVILLE THE weekly with the local The related botanically, to the arborescent SALE and timber estimators if you
I' t yucca, or Joshua tree. of the Mojave FOR -15 acretfof good truck are buying or selling timber, you can
; same arrangement with Sanford makes fruit land; 10 acres fenced hog-tight do so at better advantage on
dessert, and to the Spanish bayonet an es
; If. PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESSMAN- practically three team league, and that thrives throughout the. semi-arid 4 acres In cultivation; good 3-room. tlmate furnished only to parties employing .
f house and outbuilding. .This is ."bargain us._ Nail &: Nail
AT-LARGE DELIVERED A 'RINGING AD- puU' baseball on a more satisfactory region of the southwest. However',- In ;;l"mlla from town. Price $800; Fla. Kissimmee.
t. r -.: : basis than It has been in the past. appearance It resemble neither. $500: cash, balance $7.60 a month, no 22-2tpd

A REPRESENTATIVE Both Sanford and* Orlando will have It grows to a height of from 10 to interest ,Address Box 60, Orange A 'GENTLEMAN wants room,or room

: "' DRESS BEFORE strong teams, and Kissmmee has beenin 20 feet, usually In straight, columnar Center, Fla. Itpd and board, In private family, where Is
: -- - -- ---- electric lights and
: l"'i 1 AUDIENCE IN THE COURT HOUSE WEDNESDAY the field with a clever bunch of ball .FOR SALC-E.!: M, F. Touring Car, 1912 be reasonable. State price Price and mutt loca-

'' ' tossers for some time Local fans may model, good as new, Will sell, or exchange tion. Answer at once. Address T.
I \' NIGHT. expect some interesting games this tor good real estate; or will F. B. care of Valley Gazette. It-pd

, seaapn. On oft days games will be sell my 40 h. p. Pullman car. S. S,

I ; --f scheduled with the lias Beens, who on Griffin__ __, Orlnndo, Fla. 22-tf I HAVE for FOR SALE, or would trade
R1 Colonel Toomer was in fighting trim and fired broadside after u good young Jersey milk cows, one
t Thursday, by holding the regulars to a FOR SALE-Three Orange groves and extra good young saddle horse, one
broadside into the ranks of those who are doing their best to tear down 3-1 score demonstrated that they are several, hundred acres of land at a nearly new rubber tired runabout,

and destroy He stated that he believed in the future of Florida; in not to be sneezed at. bargain. Located in La section' of Orange county, near Gotha. to/me/ extra nice five-acre tracts just
i : the fair minded citizenship of the State, that he trusted the men behind FAT VS. LEAN.A Practically all lake front. J. D, outside the city limits. This stuff Ii

j, the ballot to go to the polls next Tuesday and do their duty. ,He declared number of the graceful, gazelle-like Brggs, Orlando., Fla. 22-tf all first class, and must have good h_

before them slender men of the city have been endeavoring FOR SALE-White Twyandott7Durtlnram I stuff in return. Downing;! Realtr
that he wanted the people to consider the issues Company.
to persuade their elephantineand ( one year old pullets, 1.00 each. 18-tf

j and to make no mistake in their choice of Congres'smanatLarge.i awkward tat friends to enter a Pint-dale Chicken. .. Farm.. 22-4t-pd.. I ---- ( .
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The work which the coming Congress will have to do said the I baseball contest in the near future, and FOIL SALE-Uy owner, Z. W. Baas, FOR RENT

soe&ker. "will tax the ability of real men. With big problems to so'lve I if the pudgy gentlemen do not suffer 1IYtNl 3 lots, Q0xl.i3, making 150x133, 3-

i the nation needs statesmen. 'and citizens who will think and vote in the heart failure at the thought( of the work room cottage, for: $500, $225 cash and I DWELLINGS for rent,,apply toM. Til-
I $1,2 per' month until paid for. If you ler.FOR.
interest. of all the people. The Sixty-third Congress will be no place involved in lugging their-overgrowncar I wish to see the property phone No.
casses around the diamond it is likely I 73, Kissimmoe, Fla. Property la RENT-Desk room In new brick'
for demagogues that the game will be held. When it I about one mile southwest from depot. building on Darlington avenue. J,
"I am a firm believer in the regulation of the so-called trusts I Island 'I comes off the city of Kissimmee will + I 't' I Also have other houses and lots, and M. Willson, Jr.
< : il/J! four tracts of 40 acres each, cheap, -
for the rigid enforcement of the' anti-trust laws. when it is shown : nee the most sensat+onal-rtt' mon
that they have been violated but I do not believe in the insane attacks of all ages.( , -'- : house for you. 19-tf
I The fats have been endeavoring/ I FOR I -To-story'-IQ--; ;resititMice ;: ..h _____ __ _____
business. Demagogues and men like Claude L'Engle are striving with 2 double
upon I The Samuea| , large porches, 2 HANDSOME
avoid flat for
every way possible to entering new rent, with
to stir trouble: to ruin business: to array the people into classes and I hull, city water bath, toilet and.It'ctric all modern conveniences.
up Apply at
the Ram*. They tried ridicule, without form, without biaiuhes At the top lea lights, also well on back
the Gazette
,, to gain control of the government for their own selfish en'ds. It has avail, calling the slender men toothpicks crest number of smooth dark.KTIH.n !'ordltCI) ; > feet deep; /good barn and office. JS-tf

been charged that 1 am not a progressive I am not a progressive in skinnier, bean poles attenuated and leaves earn of which tapers to H point I several fruit trees; corner lot, 75x FOR RENT-A large house and five
: elongated atoms of long drawn out ut the dud As nets leaves developthe U2 A feet; within 300 yards depot and acres of ground inside the city limits,
the sense that the term is used with reference to Claude 1 stand for t.choolhou'ie Price, $3,000.0\1( ) cash about one mile from the
old ones die, nhrl\el! and turn I postoffice.
and other
Democracy, for a government of the people I want to go to Congress nothingness epithets., Secure in equally their knowledge opprqbious \ -- : back along the trunk which Is thus Owner Write or call on George A. Gilbert 19-tf I Nelson Realty Co. l'J-tf

to do what 1 to make this State greater: to increase the sheathed In a thatch-like cohering of I
1 I:, of their own graceful build, the FOR RUNT-bar) property, consisting
i Is without
measure of her people's prosperity to help enact laws which will really lenders have been undaunted, and if recurved leaves The plant 1 HAVE FOR SALE:, or would trade I of 20 acres of ground H miles from
I particular economic value. althoughthe for good Jersey milk the limits also
young cows, city ; 15 ac'eg inside
benefit all the people, to meet and fight every corrupting influence, to the game is not held it will be the fault I fibrous leaves are utilized by (he one extra good young saddle horse, the city limits. Nelson Realty Co.

\. try and bring the government closer to the people and to do my part !I'lof the faint-hearted fat men. The I Indians in basket-making. mat-wear one nearly new rubber tired! runabout 12-tf
lightweights have agreed; in order, to ing and for similar purposes Home good town lots close in,
toward securing the passage of the legislation which will build up. If I and extra nice five-acre tracts
[ persuade their corpulent opponents to : FOR RENT-Two modern flats, with
go to Congress, and I think I shall I will fight graft and grafters: fakes play the game, t"> provide a number of I Laughs at Show Till He Dies. just outside the city limits. This all city conveniences. Apply at the
etuir all first and must have
1 is< class Gazette office
i and fakers; freaks and freak legislation large drays, for the purpose of haulingthe I South Weymouth Masa.Literaliysplitting /good stuff in return. Donning Realty I 20-tf
his sides with laughter
t "My friends, the tariff is the one big issue of the day and it is no fatties to the hospital as rapidly 8K comic while Company. 18-tf FOR RENT-Front room, with bath -
witnessing a In
opera a Boston -
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they succumb- the strenuosity of the porches less than 2 from
. more than right that you should know my position on this question. I theater Thomas M Ryan of this R. 1) WARING & CO.; will rent youa I business part of town. Inquire of

stand for a DOWNWARD revision of schedules and for the carrying contest. place reptured a blood vessel near house. 19-tf Kev. Snyder, at Manre. 22-lt.
The local dealers baseball
in supplies the heart and died I -- --
I out of the platform promises made the people by the Democratic Par- have ordered quantities of stuff to fit A TWO-ROOM house with 5 acres o* I FOR RENT-The Presbyterian church _

y : ty. The Ways and Means Committee of the House of Represantatives the needs of the peculiarly shaped players ReChisholm will preach Sunday at fruit and vegetable land for $8OO( R. I cottage. Inquire of A. S. Nelson or
D. Waring( & Co. 19-tf Rev. S. S. Snyder. 22-tf.
i where our party is in overwhelming majority is dealing with the tariff who will take part in the game the Christian church on "The Higher .
Fred Baas the official ump, is< busy Claim" in the morning, and "A and 10-acre farms the FOR RENT-A
all 5-room
today. I hope that the question will be settled soon and for time. in city Cottage.
making a suit of armor plate for him- Reason for Hope" at night. 1 limits at IWO per acre on easy payments 2i-tf. GUICE & BRATTON.
I It has been charged that I am a friend of the 'interests' and act as attorney R. M. Waring & Co. 19-tf

for so-called trusts. Both these accusations, are false. I have selfThe organization of the two teams lion S. J. Hnburn, candidate for I FOR RENT-Three room house
congressman from this district, spoke stable, chicken house, and
.5 been counsel for the people in prosecutions where alleged trusts faced has pot been definitely arranged, but it from the bandstanti in the interest of FOR Bass dressed Market, poultry No. 189., phone the 19-tf Rull land just outside city W. H.

: + the court and I fought them to a finish. There is one matter to which I will be something like this : his candidacy last Friday evening. lie Jones. .at ice. plant. 1

wish to call your attention and that is my plank relating to immigration Lightweights Thomason, president was introduced by Senator C. A. MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, the FOR- RENT-A- - -- ----

rt and health laws. If you send me to Congress, I shall fight to secure ; J. M. Willson, Jr., secretary; Carson, who paid a brief tribute to his Rull Baas Market, phone Ig9. 19-tf Inquire at Summers'5 room. cottage.t Pdt

II j the creation of another executive department; one will have charge of, Judge Parker, head coach ; W. B. Crawford ability and sterling worth as a state WE-Have listed some of the most desirable -
and tiealth With the opening of the Panama Canal, thou- leader of rooters; G. L. Sawyerand t
t f. immigration legislator, and stated that this district property on the market, both
I I san J (foreiiners.will come this way and our people will be exposed F. A. Key, bearers of the stretchers would make no mistake in sending him city and county, which we offer at I. 0. 0. F. News

; i f to cholera and other diseases unless these people are properly handled. ; players will be Conrad Bryan Walter to congress Mr. Hilburn made a the lowest pnces to be obtained. i Osceola Lodge No. 74, met in regular

tlw I This is only one of the big issues which will come before congress. If Nelson, Hub Fleming, L. H Ingram, strong presentation of his side of the There is no of padding property of sold prices at by exact us, session pn the evening of Friday, the

I to Washington I shall do what I can to have this new department Jim Gilbert, C. C. Wolff, A. W. Parker, every piece 10th, 7:30 The
; go case, and his friends here are sanguine price placed on it by the owner. : p. m. regular work
+ in operation within a short time." Lewis, O'Bryan, F. W. Stalker, J. D.. that his vote will be much larger in Write us your requirements and we : was accomplished. The report on by-

f The above gives some of my platform principles: I favor all that Kuykendall. the second primary,than it was in the will do our best to please you by' laws deferred to tuture consideration.The .

",'; Democracy favors, and oppose what Democracy opposes. Heavyweights T. Butler; custodian first. -' desire showing II.just M.the Breaker kind of&property Co. 24-tf you I regalia having" arrived and put in ',Ji.!

t I ,f% i'i 'It you have not received a Copy of my platform in full; send for it of funds ;' C. Bucitles, custodian of use the brothers looked gay' in the ;

at once"' I want you to know what 1 stand for and what \ will vote for the custodian of funds ;; John Hansel!, Attorney W..,B. Crawford and wife COOK'S STRAIN, thoroughbred Buff colors. pertaining to their several "'i;;

'1 ; in_Congress. , '" official ambulance' attendant ; H.: N. are visiting in Tallahassee and West Orpington, eggs, $1.50 for 16. G. offices. It was decided to send six expectant ,!

W. M.; TOOMER. Bratton, official water boy; A. E. Don- Florida points this week. Gilbert. 8-tf A'I candidates over to St. Cloud "

egan, official attraction for the ladies ; Clyde, a young son of S. S. Buzza, Lodge No. 66, for them to receive the
C. W. Griffin, official jester ; players met with a painful accident Wednesday Eureka addition, $600; one in Lilly's1 I second and third degrees.

Ft' 55 ---_-_ ------__-'h. will be E. A. Neimeyer, captain, Sam He was helping his father put rollers addition, $1,500; Bass' addi- i On the evening of May 14th a jolly

Lupfer, W. B. Makinson, H. E. Cole, under a barn they were moving and accidentally tion, $2,500 Waters &"Carson Grocery lot of Odd Fellows, who fully occupiedfour

<: Ben Miller, H. B. Houck, Edgar; Katz, his foot was caught underone Company. 61-tf--I'II large autos, drove to St. Cloud

t VOTE FORH.OLLOWAY S. B. Aultman, Dr. Hicks. of them and severely bruised. FOR SALE-A splendid home and j and visited No. 66, when the work of

Special rules are being promulgatedfor Miss Alma Turner, a St. Augustine small farm in healthlst and best fruit conferring the second and third degrees -
the game. All fines will go to the growing section of Florida. For de-! was demonstrated in a fine
lady, has accepted the position of manager -
and address P. O. Box
scription price
Widows and Orphans' fund, or some manner. Before the third degree was
: of the Western Union Telegraphoffice 15.1, Winter Park Fla. 21-Stpd I
other charity. Watch the papers.TO uptown and began her duties finally accomplished some of the candidates
ROLL DIAMOND. I HAVE for sale: or 'would trade for thought they had been "changed

Monday. good, young, Jersey. milk cows, one transfigured," and that they were in
The contract was let Saturday toaa..d Miss Hortense Brack and Miss Em- extra good young saddle horse, one .'
the heavens, but after it was
and roll the baseball diamond. and nearly new rubber tired runabout,
ma Tyson came up from Tampa last some good town lot close in, and all over-md the call came from the
level l the outfield.
Manager Doyle is Saturday and went out to Narcoossee some extra nice five-acre tracts just Rebecka sisters for supper the looks on

Strong appeal made for the renom- sparing no pains to make the Klasim- on a visit to their parents.' Miss Tyson outside the city limit This stuff is the candidates faces simmered down to t'

r. t mee ball park one of the finest in the has been attending school at St. all first class, and must have good one of expectancy, and the way they _..:,
In Downing Realty
stuff return.
state, and why not begin now to form
l a Petersburg for the past eight months Company. 18-tf tucked Into that supper one would ;,
of Hollows Editor A. M.
ination by league for next winter between Kis-
Y. and Miss Brack, daughter of the lamented judge it still required something more ',!
S'r v;, WU simmee., Orlando, Sanford, Winter .
Capt. Brack, has just completed substantial to sustain them than angela Kg

t C. Russell, Jr., son of the lamented Hon. Park, Lakeland and Bartow. It sure at stenographic course at the Tampa MISCELLANEOUSGET \ food. Viands nicely cooked and served > ,w4
ly would be a paying with
proposition and received her
all the visitors here to help swell the Business College H. N. BRATTON to )arive ;your by sweet ladies are certainly condu-

1s S A. 'M. C. Russell Candidate for StateSuperintendent attendance. The natlonnl game is one diploma. She will return to Tampa In artesian wells. 43-tf cive to promoting( a good appetite. 'p-I '

: of the very best and most extensively a short time to take a position.A ---- - - - -- No. 60, as usual, acquitted them- ?'"
patronized attractions, and a good ball WADE, the tuner, Orlando. selves
very creditably by explaining ,
,. in the first team, with grounds properly fitted and
: primary. Five-Acre farm.A
t the work in solemn
a realistic manner, ,;
so well located as we are so fortunateto WANTED-The sweetest thing out for "
have, places us up to a league prop- A farm in Pinedale, with good your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy- I' thereby impressing the candidates in a ;t," ,7
osition. fence and cleared, for $600 with easy fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug great measur9 with what Odd io'ellew'I'( ,i t

-- ---- payment. R, D. Waring & Co. 16-tf Company. 33-tf ship truly means. There were some ,

.. i'' Editorial Published in the Palmetto News, Friday, May 17, 1912. StatementM ANNOUNCEMENT. very old Odd Fellows, visiting members .'
+t .r Milder Section 82. Chapter KM Law of FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass in attendance. Some 'of themg.
The returns from the first primary. indicate that W. M Holloway, pres- Florid Hhowfns the Amount of taxes Market No. 189. 19-tf
had been In
charred tn the Tax Collector of Ocoaol -- -- --- the order over forty years. y1
j ,ent incumbent, and W. N. Sheats will have to contest in the second primary County, Flotilla.. to nJthI for the To the People of Osceola County: Brother H. E. Swabey the daddy V i
$1.25: was
I WOOD -strand, five strands
current It'll apportionmentof ; ,
:year per
g' for nomination for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Believing that the acme to the several fund for whlobtaxe I appreciate very much the handsome S5.75. Kissimmee I Lumber Co. 29-tf !of the Osceola 74 delegation, S "
t..;". ''the.former it the better of the two men for the place, we will have to support hate been levied.APPORTIONMENT vote I received In the first of prim ry. 1 __ joined the order in the Centennial .
lacked three votes defeating
only "
htm; OF COUNTY FUNDS. ANYONE anywhere can start a mail' -
in 1 .
and winning out lear.
both opponents,
1 my
! 4 The News does not care to support a man who will stoop so low as to May 1912.ReTrmie tha first primary. If I hold the vote order business at home. No ranvessIng. It albeit the '
is a pleasure, rightful
\lie Broadcast the State when he knows the statement To amount.wipae4Amount . '. 17704 01 which I received in the first primary, { Be your own bons. Send for free '
,publish a over absolutely collected ... .... 11904 19 that I should and booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, j I dues of No. 66 for No. 74, to again :
-IB untrue, just for the purpose of defeating one of his opponents. We Bdliinoe to .be collated 47W 84H2 which Is only natural Lockport N Y. thank them for the d9'
conferring ,
General Hohonl Fund secure three-more votes, I will be nom- I[ degrees'upon .
1 1 5 p: refer to th..tatement, published before the last primary, that there were 22 To unount a..s...ed.. ... . .. 2 an{ Kl' inated.If - the six candidates belonging to ,->
school houses in Hernando There hasn't been school house Amount collected .... .. 17068 8020O44 I will be BLUE'RIBBON Ice Cream, best In ,
log', county. a log Bal...... to be collectedCounty ". ', 81 niy friends stay with me, town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 31-tf Osceola lodge.; Also for the right :!
4 In that county for some 16 years. As far as we can see, Mr. Shears has been Road nominated aa the next Tax Assessor, handshake ,.,',
r . ., . they extended to the visiting
To .aaselad. A3I42H4
amount will
,* :.'i t the only candidate for this place whp has slung mud. We do not believe that amount collected ...... " \OHWW1 \ and. I assure you, you .never regretit. MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and brothers on the evening of Tuesday :..
: .. ,
"' Balance to be collected 675 84
such a man should be,elected to direct the interests of the school children of (onnty SpecialTo Thanking) you again for the handsomevote we will get a drink of the best soda May 12th. On Monday, the 19th I

this State and for that reason and because we believe Mr. Holloway is fully Amount amount collected aH.*iied. . ,.'." 47606.< fiO') I received, I am, yours very truly, water made. 31-tf the degree team of 74 met for practice i

qualified to hold this position, we will vote for the latter. Balance &0.... collected" ,, 1910 OS 20-3t WILLIAM I. BARBER All brothers are requested to meet
I for i
; Mr. Sheats, with all his braggadocio, held this position for twelve years, Hub-School_Di .t. Mo., 1-. . PENNELL-agent Sayman Soap
; er, To amount .4 1A01 S2 and remedies Ordwav Plasters. Zeig- Saturday, May 26th, at 7.30 to further 1-
be succeeded Mr. Holloway. who has beep in twelve Amount collected' . HOI 40 Small Farm for Sale.
t .. and was by now nearly ler's Nonalcoholic Flavorings, Darling -
Balance to b.. nollnnted .... 109 U2M organize degree team and for
' !', L. ,,.eara. The schools of the State have made splendid progress under Mr. Hoi.loway Hub-School Dirt. No t- No. 408-Ten acre farm, located three OH. 19-tf i practi e, ,i
I j'' Fk; and we.believe he should be reelected over Mr. Sheats. We expect to To Amount amount collectedbalanoe aaneiieed. ,.." . 241 It1S1 0710M miles from postoffice, under new hog- I Osceola lodge is now strong in young. 'l'
28th for Mr. and the of the voter. to be collectedHnbachool 72 AN intelligent person may earn $100 .
: :vote on May Holloway, we hope majority Dial No. 5-"" proof wire fence, two-room cottage for Odd Fellows, and we have no doubt
I :: ,of the State will do likewise and thus forever consign Mr. Sfaeats to the shades To aiiMwred 97 artesian well of water, 230 feet monthly corresponding newspa I ,
fine 'No-i that will be zealous -
Send for work.
: canvassing. they good
,' Amount collectedUalanoe ..,. .... .:::: 1000 00 pers. par-
'of oblivion and put the stamp of disapproval upon mud-slinging, ellpecl'ally'J" as to be collected ,.... 811 47 deep, between five and six acres cleared ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245 S X.

r :;;}!:' i far'as'the school Interests of our fair State are concerned.. ; y Hnb-Hohnol DIM. No.4Toamouatioe..4. ........ .. 881174 75 head of poultry and furniture in Lockport. N.Y. '

p Amount collected .. TOT 19 the house goes with the place; all for Don't forget that the price of a want ,
Balance to be ,. . H titi.irkCtre WANTED-At.once, to buy horse, wagon -
k 'J" \i.OTE {'F08HOLt.OWAY 1Coar40.e collected.R ots'Omety lortda. $ 00;_terms on,part of purehaae..prlceJ. and harness... Nelson Realty ad In the Valley Gazette lathe cheap: .

(teeaq: ) By James M. Johutoa.. D.O. if desired. H, M. Breaker & Co. 22-tf I Company. _- eat investment you ever made
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CONTRQtOF: THRIPS turbed'' they at once come"out and''at fast. Tohopckagga.MYRTUD ; :

:,Personal History .and Political platformof tempt to get ,away.' It, Is' this habit, '--- 'f; '* '* ,.-
.- which enables the grower to reach a

,. If. Some Suggestions on Timely! Sub large proportion of them with the spray. HIIXIARO- LJOHTSSY. dAs

', t In spraying, therefore, cUe most betaken
Tomato Growers.., I sit In door .
I. jed to to thrroufrhly: cover the blossoms my cottage ,_ c' ,,
r (By J. R. WATSON.), or buds so that the thrips. 'cannot get Mf pen in hand I take 4. j

There is 'now over most of the State out without being wetted by ,the! solu To try to give a short description

WM. M. TOOMER .an outbreak of thrips. Complaints tion., By pausing and letting the pray Of our East" Tohopekallgs Lake. I

came'first from the lower East Coast play for a second or two on, each cluster It is,about six mild s across f '

early I In )March and they are coming/ or "hand,", one'lot\ ,, only' ensures And is very near. round; I '

now, from sections farther' north. Although the thoroughness of the \spraying! ,, but With the aid o(,selns'sincr: hooks a

', '",k' thrips have been common this also gives the insect time te crawl out ,Many fi.hel"haTe. been) found. ...; ,,. ; .' .
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,1 ; such plants. roses and !where the hit them. FOB the *
,' ''t"-, I year.on : guayas spray This surely: la. an ideal place
t:I y.: ", the .serious damage has been done same reason" one should' use as much For the water-lovers to go

:::1., in,thai! tomato fields and citrus groves..THH I prea.u possible, for the double For.It has a solid.sand bottom .

,_, I \ INSECT purpose of driving the liquid into the ,And there's no' treacherous under I
blossoms and frightening out the in '
,, ., The thrips (Euthrips teticl.) called sects. tow.. i ,

the Grain Thrips because it was first Two smaller lakes make part pf it. 1 '
On wheat In New York is The different tobacco decoctions, of
noticed a Into it flows pretty Boggy Creek
minute Insect, only one twenty-fifth, of which there''are many on the market, Whose banks are steep, for Florida,

an inch long. It is soft-bodied with an vary much -in the amount of nicotine And many go there, fish to seek. .
orange-colored head and ,thorax and present, and consequently in the proportions
in which they should be dilute On the distant shore we can see
f fI ft yellow' abdomen. The adults fly readilyfor
considerable distances. When dis- ed. Black. Leaf "40" should be used in Fell's Point, Runnymede and Sty.

I they about the proportion one part to from Cloud, '
urbed, can spring' two or three
active 1000'to 1800 of water. The weaker solutions The Wonder City of old soldiers .
They are creatures and
gc : crawl about good deal.. The youngor such as Black Leaf (two and Who beat their drums so loud ,'" I'

t ( nymphs) are nearly like the adult*,' one-third per cent nicotine), should be The Sleeping Tiger I is oft awakened ,
e but lack wings. used at about one part to 100 of water, By the "pitter-patter" of the rain, i

The life cycle of the thrips is short, ; while one part,of hom.- lde tobacco Or the "pop" of some motorboat ; '. ,

j' a generation occurring every two or: extract needs about ten j>.arts of water. Gliding swiftly. 'o'er her: main. ,
It is of advantage to put into the solution '
weeks under favorable conditions.The '
three "
grand ''I
The sunrise bere.11 really
something to give it better stick
,are laid just beneath the skin .
eggs old '
in ing qualities. The writer used the fol. And does not grow' ; > : q
of the plant a shallow slit.
For eack morning the rising sun I
lowing on tomatoes during April, 1912. '
DAMAGE Has new'beauties to unfold.' I. .
I and killed about 75 per cent j pf the ,
The young:, upon hatching, at once at-' thrips present. (This solution was pre- Then there are the moonlight nights.; ,'

tack the tenderest part of the blossomor viously found effective against the orange So perfectly mirrored on the lak e; l.f }
bud. The stamens seem to suffer . .
thrips in California): To know the beauty you must see It, .w r"
first, but as there is always much more
Commercial lime-sulphur two and Then a boatride you could take. ;
pollen produced than is needed, no par- .. i
one-third quarts; Black Leaf 40, We've no ships like the Titanic
ticular harm is done here. If there _
three and one-half fluid ounces ; Water, And there's no Icebergs [here to j i
are a few of the insects present say ,
one or two to each blossom they usually fifty gallons.If float; .,.
find enough food )in the stamens one wishes at trie same time to kill So you need not be afraid to ride '''

and do no further harm to the'crop. It the tomato worms or other leaf-eating In a good, safe motorboat. ""::1
insects, lead arsenate or zinc arsenite '
is even possible that they may be of !
should be used in place of lime-sul Cr '
I service in cross-pollinating: the blooms. Surveying fW. :
But where there are a dozen of themIn Mr. R. B.Woodham, surveyor with; A i ia

a single bloom (the writer has counted gang of six men, went to Narcooasee, ,
Extensive Repairs.Mr. .
as many as twenty) they attack Monday, to begin laying out the Nar- .
V>ther parts including the pistil. This H. R. May, manager of the Kis- I coossee Farm and Townsite Co."s lands- ,

Congressman-at-Large from the State of Florida turns back and shrivels up. Soon afterwards simmee Lumber Co., is making extensive into five and ten-acre tracts and town .t,t i" .

the whole flower turns yellowand repairs at the saw mill. The old I' Iota. The company owns seven thousand '

falls off. If this repeated' for all log run is being taken out and replacedby acres, and will begin the land and .1+;

.. the blossoms on the first three or four one of larger timbers, a new carriage lot sale' as soon as the: surveyors are !

PERSONAL HISTORY POLITICAL PRINCIPLES hands(as was often the case this year,) put in, and other needed repairs through. .' :
Carolina, Sept. lie favors : The immediate co-operation by the United the is ruinously shortened.TREATMENT made. T. L. Curry has charge of the )
South crop '
He was born in Charleston States Government with the States in establishing and $
construction work. Mr. May is work
14th, 1866. His parents died when he was an infant and maintaining a system of national highways, which shall Honda Maps. t, }>
farmer, and bear mail and interstate from ing thirty-five, hands about the mill 'and Y
the wife of a ; parcels-posts commerce
his aunt "
he adopted by decoctions effective
was the ports into and Detween the States and interior coun- Tobacco are very yards and is kept busy full time, tryingto Upon receipt of 26 cents at the Valley
pent his boyhood in farm work and attending a country ties. lie is the author of the first published statementin against these insects. The only difficulty keep up with the demand for their Gazette office pocket map of Florida 4.
Florida arguing in favor of the constitutional right of is in reaching them with the spray will be mailed to any' address in the
school.With a scholarship gotten for him by a cousin Rev. the geueral Government to aid in this work. as they are under the stamens and pro- product. United States. We can also furnishmaps -- ,
educated first at the Porter lie favors : The platform and policy of the Democratic of Osceola county at tl each; and. r,.
A. Toomer Porter, he was party 1n immediately revising the tariff DOWNWARD tected by them. But they are active You'll never regret if you subscribeor will be glad to estimate OB sectional mapr > _
Military Adademy, and then at college. After graduationat and especially( does he endorse the "farmers' free list" creatures and when the blossom is dii- the Gazette. of anv kind. I

college, he spent one year at work as. a teacher and and the schedules now being advocated by the Democratic -
then upon a civil service examination was appointed a majority in the National Congress including the re- J "". a
moval of the from and from those manufactured .
clerk In the Customs service of the Government where duty sugar
articles which can be made here shipped to foreign I Id
.he worked for eighteen months.He countries, stand the foreign freights; and be sold abroadfor n
theft moved to Waycross, Georgia, where his only less than the domestic price. The Democratic party The Young Man 4
sister lived, and went to work as a seal clerk in the rail- is committed to a reasonable tariff levied for the pur- 1 4b'

then as billing clerk In a warehouse of that poses of raisjng, the Government's revenues, but thereare .
way yards, incidental benefits which flow
certainly to our peopleeven
service he '
months in this ,
company. After about seven from tariff for revenue only ; and he favors a fair Dream
.was appointed official court reporter of the Brunswick distribution of these reciprocal benefits so that manufacturing ; !

Judicial Circuit which position he held for five years, during may be done as profitably in Florida. in Massa- '
which time he was frequently called to Floriaa to re- chusetts. Is to marry the girl of His choice and have .'
., ta'I ,
He favors : A capable and vigorous enforcement of '' I'' ' ; G'h
port important cases. the anti-trust laws, and demonstrated his position upon a home all his own; ?:,1./../{ ," ,ft '!\' '

The second year after his appointment .. court, reporter this question in the representation of the Government in The .first can be secured with thegirl's!; '. ': .

he married at Brunswick, Georgia, and,. four months the successful prosecution of what was perhaps the lead- consent., '*". ''-' 1
N .
A few later ing case under the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. Since the .
admitted to the years '
thereafter was Attorney decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in The seccmdvs easy with our plan.. N'rb"T-. f v'
Prosecuting -
Solicitor-General, or
he was appointed the Standard Oil and American Tobacco Government
--- i
for the nine counties composing the Brunswick Jndi- Case., defining the restraint prohibited by the Act as We loan money for "Home Building" and upon f ,

cial Circuit, and the duties of this office he discharged "undue" or "unreasonable" restraint, the public and the such easy terms and conditions that any ordinary WE MAKE '
of the country unite in the statement that the
with distinction. Sherman press Anti-Trust law needs amendment or further leg- income will take care of it, well within, the earning YOUR ,

Ir\ 1890 he was elected to the Georgia Legislature and islative definition. While this is true, he has been the I ability of able-bodied energetic man. DREAMS
served two years in that capacity, as a member of the only one in the public prints to point out the specific any COME
Committee on Judiciary Ways and Means, and a numberof amendments required, which are these : first the strikingout Cheaper than paying rent, and in the end the HOME is h A
of the present punishment prescribed by the Act, '
committees, including the Steering YOURS. TRUE'r ,
other Importaut
which is merely as for a misdemeanor and substitute
Committee of seven, which regulated the order of business therefor punishment by imprisonment up to tan years in By adopting our plan of Home-getting you simply pay each "

for the Legislature.He the penitentiary; leeond.'an amendment to the ..evesalprovisions month small which proportionately to paidup
of the Act which shall in that a payment your
made a vigorous fight for the reform of the assessment terms, provide
the "undue" and'"unreasonable" restraints prohibited by interest in YOUR OWN HOME. 4
law. of Georgia; was conspicuous -
and tax-gathering that Act are those restraints which accomplish destruct "'
& in his opposition to freak legislation of all kinds; tion of competition and the establishment of monopoliesby We loan money at 5% simple interest, on yearly balances. ' r. '

and was the author of a number of bills of general effect means which violate other Jaws or which violate settled ,
which are on the statute books of that State and have principles of business morals, and which are in themselves Tabulated Illustration of a $1,000 Loan Made on.// .: _;'. ., 'y. I,;

| never been amended or repealed. flagrantly favors dishonest.He : A progressive. !: and aggressive policy and r Contracts that are from Six to Twelve Months: Old ..' 'i I '

'. hi 1896 he formed a law partnership with Mr. J. C. party but ,opposed to ill-considered, experimental legislation Contract $6.00'.1".1"N S t'.;'
Purchase Price of
I Reynolds, and the firm of Toomer & Reynolds has continued which Is revolutionary and incapable of being harmonized _. each' } .: .Q
[ until the present. with our established form of National and State Amount'deposited as, dues $79.00 I ; .
Government. Amount deducted for . . . 18.00 r
He moved his home and business to Jacksonville, expenses r. : ': j
He believes that It is the public duty of every citizen Amount of loan made by the Company . .$1,000.00 '-
I became identified with ; i
Florida, in 1906, and Immediately to register and vote and to take not only an interest in "
(her business Interests; with the development of Florida; the selection of the officers who shall decide what the Amount of advance credit on loan . 54.00 ,. .' : "
law is and of the officers who shall execute the laws, but t
land the'practise: of law, with a limited general chentage ; i ri
special Interest in the selection of those men who participate due Co. table $ '
Balance following
of the payable as
ot so- per
Krhlch did not Include the representation any in the making of the law itself. He maintainsthat '

," called special interests, but did] include the representation great caution should be exercised law-making. I I . .
/. of farmer, merchants, manutauturers and some of the and particularly in the exercise of the Government B.I.o" due 0" loin Interest. a per .ot Principal yearly .t Yearly total princiMaethty, total itrloclY..n 4
right to tax. I each "..r 00 ...rJ" bnlaaa '..3o per moatll pal sad 'Interest pal and (ntsr..t' '
business interests of this city and State. I'"
modest '
He favors : The administration of those national health I
His family, of which: he is very proud, consists of a laws like the national quarantine act, by a Department of lOt '946.00 ..,.'0 19660 .S.o ......
ifs and eight children three girls and five boys. the government having at its head a Cabinet Officer with and "1.:0: .'.11 99.60 .41.'. '7413 ,' ,' '.
. He.'is the owner of a good farm in Duval County. final authority and Jurisdiction coordinate: with other departments :rd '617.50: :U3 :n: is6.9 1/1.95: + is.13.00: i t346od '
? of the National Government. 45h, .,.,1 ,,110 1aaN 3.11. "- t '
He is a member of the Protestant Episcopal Churchud He favors : The inauguration of an active movement 6th .4'.00 ...40 11.60 '11._ 3.177th .,
has done a great deal of active work in the building to save the millions of invested '....0 "'.4. .,.60 11.0. ,.,. .. .
money in machinery now Ith .....0 10,4. 55.60 i1.e. 'i ;
of churches and Young Men's Christian Associations. He digging the Panama Canal and utilizing it to cut a ship ,rh .9-0 '.4' 66.N 10'." 1.14 g;I'' t n, ,
a a member of the' Elks the Odd Fellows, and the canal across the peninsula of Florida. He has demonstrated o Month. 49po .05 .,.60 .... ...61'i., i. # ;
nights'of Pythias. ,that this is a change which must ultimately be 5 N <
H. has twice been' selected by the United State. made in the map of the world, and which, upon the com- II1 ".an Total lot. "4.0 Prlae. $911.eo ' Total Prl.eips 1 q..d lot
-vernment to act as Assistant Attorney General in the pletion of. the Panama Canal would save approximately .t.'I
lal of important cases; first In the preparation and one-third the commerce ot the world a haul of eight I r
ial of the case against th.. naval stores trust, and again: hundred miles, and enable it to avoid passing through the NOTE THE TOTALS. ." -J

i the trial of a ease Instituted by the Government against marine grave yard which lies to the south of the peninsula If your payments on a 1000.00 loan were equated It would be $10.48 per month.. I; .
of Florida.
ie,''Merchants' & Miners' Transportation Company (a With saving of 20 cents a day can meet the contract requirements. .
[teamship company)) and two railroads and a firm of He favors : The administration of our National lawsas a you "
, Brain' shippers in Philadelphia. The Government won applied to Florida by FLORIDIANS WHOSE VIEW- With a saving of 35 cents a day you can pay back a $1,000.00 loan. ;,

es. 1:..... POINT AND TRAINING ARE IN HARMONY WITH Why pay rent? Why pay a much higher rate of interest on note or mortgage elsewhere? "

, unt He has of means acquired and a is comfortable in every sense home an and AVERAGE a modest OUR LOCAL favors : CONDITIONS.He The absolute disqualification. from participating The loan with accrued interest may be paid in full or in part at any time, thus stopping i

an i with some legal and business training ;' no alignjts in Democratic primaries of those candidates who ether interest. __ .
'I r with large corporations and thoroughly in touch base their claim to membership In the National Congress vfe allow 4 per cent interest on the monthly advance deposits, after the third month. ,

i d I In sympathy with the great. middle classes and- mass- upon abuse is opposed and defamation to demagoguery of their in competitors.He or out of V'e help you save your money help you make more out of your money than you can make t .1

of While people.his name' was mentioned by some of the press Congress yourself, and loan you money at a lower rate and on better terms'than you ran get else- _ r"

the State in connection with the Governorship of this where. We are a "HOME" comnany and will appreciate your business. 'e.

ate four years ago. yet, until he sought membership In WRITE FOR FULL DETAILED INFORMATION.
.i United States Congress, he has never asked nor held '
jjblic office in Florida. He is in no sense an office seek-

|r, but has the equipment, health, energy, and experience THE GUARANTEE INVESTMENT & LOAN CO.
b make a capable representative of this State In the ,, \, : .
inited States Congress, .' ;"


!.'n",Me presents) his candidacy' to all the people, of Florida upon his private business. aadthe; views TAMPA F" ,L. O RID I A tn t-

I eta entertain! .* sjnd baa expressed upon questions of real public Interest to the peepie. ..*""". "91-1* fl '
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,t' Circuit Court, Seventh ,Judicial Circuit, OsOftolt WRITES OlFJISSIMMEERev. I Milliard Island | PROFESSIONALCARDS I B. DICKBRSON l

.i I $ County. 'l4Iot Florida-In CbauoeryJanieiE I Artificial :Stone Works

., .. .' Chailei ,
1> ,1. Complainant, v Joy
1CRAYSTONd .S: J. lharlea UalUghnr,and All Peraona! (:latin- ., J. Pike Powers Describes Visit _
I* ; log an lutereat lu Ibe Pr. fxirty In this HillDvaarluod There hasn't been much news to 9usv&&stirK.)
I 81..od.utA-lJlIl to R"mo".l.lou.s: to : M. RIVERS M. D. I :1
This City ,
V 4-f from Title. speak of lately so we have kept quiet .ryi fir! Clay;? :
Building' iffi
I fJ 4. Ii IiI To.'All whom It Hay Concern The following .ln resting letter was for* spell ,but occasionally ,we want PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Blocks .
$ 2.60 It from the bill of complaint Piers Chimney :
; j to 3.60 per day. appearing worn Blocks! Sidewalk
filed In ,bI.;,au.., that there are written to the Baptist World, pub folks to know that we islanders are Tile. Common Brick. 'lre '
+ Special by week or month. Poll Interested In the proiwri/ Involved In tnlrf Office over Onceola. Pharmacy} Brlck,,:
In ,
null, ether thHii the known aefcndanta.; and lished In Louisville, Ky., byj 3r. J. Pike still the land of. the livinjr. Residence l .' I 3 in. Tile 4 In.'Tile..Drain Yock.

; :1 r ; ; LW.nURIIU.rrM. ..D. fOlirU. that the namo.of such pi-raoua, ao interealed,. Powers, of Knoxville, Ky., whose" recent Oranges, are few and far between PHONICS.: 'fomcel48 1 I ets. Cypress Lath. ,
are unknown to Ibe complainant j and that r > ,
. .. . . .. : aald bill of I pleasant visit to Kissimmea will Wr'nwttolaqulok salas and ....In..""" ..' ,
.J'.3'' .. .'. t. ++++ + list la unknown prayed In defendanta: complaint against'such this year, but we should I be thankfulfor 1I IIOOd work and good quality. CiP.i1........ !t''

; It li Therefor Ordered. That all parties be pleaaantly recalled by a great many even a'little when we read of so I pr\cM. Lverythlng Wursnt.ed .ttat_ :!J
tory or refunded
claiming lutereat In and to the following of our people. Dr. Powers preached one. W'.L. WINN Works...BaooIId.. '"
unfortunate elsewhere. I'bo... Iu. '
of many !
doatrllmd oiluat In the foiinty )
Oaceola ,",1'1'0..1'1 Floilda, to-wit: twice in the Baptist church while here '

W. L.YIIN DUZOR the The aoulbfUMt.north half quarter of the of northeast Hnrtlon: Sixteen quarter Inlownihlp of delighting his audiences with his earn I .Carl Hilliard's launch 'is about half > PHYSICIAN, -..

T Twenty.five south of Range Twen est messages. completed so the builder Mr.-Porter- REWRBNCB: PHONE: S3 Kjasm.i... -i

ty-nine of complaint east' do appear, herein in filed I the on complalnaofabill or before the The letter follows: vent says. It will be a beauty when I, OFFICB ProNE V.., "' FUOMDA.Cp s-.......... '

lot d..T of July, A. 1) 1UU ela.. the laid bill will finished and Carl's smiles are broad r'M. ',
I' be taktn. ounfeaaed.And This la a city of 8.500 souls on Lake TILLER .:
this orderbe when showing it o1Yto the many visitors :
I It la Further Ordered, That Tohopekallga: which is the head of G. THOMASONPHYSICIAN ,
published once a week lor twelye oon"eou- .
II"" who'come to view it. The launch
Live unika In the Valley Oacetu. a newspaper. navigation for the Gulf and about thir- Real Estate :
published lu said County of(Onceola' Hlate of resembles the Titanic in appearance i Agency f
Florida, and of general circulation) In said teen miles lopg and eight miles wide- .and SURGEON
Estate only some smaller. .......... \
If :: Real county.Witness the. Honorable James W. pork Inn, dotted here and there with beautiful m.%m.mmm..m%%.mmm.mi

of ald court, and name aa <;Inrk Miss Bessie Lawson is spending the f. .
Judxe and
I "", ; thereof, and the official my anal of said Circuit productive islands. It is about the Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence J28J Realty bought and. sold.
I' t, r- Court: IhU the llth: day of April I, A. l>. imi. size of the Sea of Galilee. Kiselmmee summer with her parents Mr. and Mrs.G. .. Houses rented.

Pr R. O JoiiNdToN.R . : is seventy-five miles east of Tampa, B. Lawson.A R. B. D. WIENENGA Taxes paid
( "'al) (jerk l Circuit Conrt.W. ) of and Titles ver.

J. PestS, Rolloltor for Complainant. 111.12( $ on the Atlantic Coast Line. Two crowd of workmen are still busyon VETERINARIAN 1 ified for non-residents.

KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA branch roads also come in here making Mr. Ira Wetherbee's concrete houseon : Fire Life and Accident Ineurance. .
this quite a commercial center of the .
the lake shore. .
1\\ -- u "- lo All Whom It MayOnrern-: citrus fruit belt, and hundreds of cars Indemnity Bonds.
lhatou the ard day or Juno A. D. l 1912. I will .
Mr. J. K. Hilliard and family were 4Sr
: apply to the Honorable .m... W. Pcrklnijudiceof of oranges pineapples and grapefruit: i.rbI1poh''n. : i82 ORLANDO. FEA. ...
S. II. BULLOCK the weyenth Judicial Circuit at Do- well all sorts of pleased to entertain their oldtime island ---............... _-
Ijino. or uhcrevtr tbt court may be. for authprlty as vegetables, are
to adopt Mary Kllla, about three years annually shipped from here. friends Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cohoon R. N. L. BRYAN -
H -, of ane parent unknown. for a few days a short time since. D)
The ground is covered with white

1 I ":'t. REAL ESTATE O, Uoig.'r.3ot1citor. 17-46 sand and surprising to one'from Mr. E. F. Masters from the island DENTIST STOKES *

; ....................... Notice.To Central Kentucky that anything should was in town the other day greetingsome '. Squires Building

grow out of it, yet the fruits are luscious of his old friends.Mr. New York Avenue! "
INSURANCE All Whom It May Concern:
I -I 1 Ihaton the:ard day of June. A. D. 1'JU. I will and the vegetables fine. They H. C. Lightsey raised on his ST. CLOUD FLORIDA .S
apply to tha Honorable Jamea W. Perkins.Juliie ,
: of lheHe\eulh Judicial I Circuits; at DeLHIK tell me that with proper cultivation muck land some of the finest Irish potatoes fK. J. W. SIMPSON:
Examination of Titles !. or w herevwr the court be for .
may uIliorlty they raise four crops on the same landIn .
to adopt Ixilllu Mllcbell ''''>01 six years that went to market this spring.
I I of all" iiarfnui unknown. a year. The timber is principally Also he hall some unusually fine valen- DENTIST.Upstairs Monemakinlftrains

: Specialty. II. Del er Solicitor GEO E. "'ISII 17-lt KR. pine and live oak, some of immense tine beans growing without one bit' of C for market growers

. - --- -- ----- size, all draped in gray moss, which fertilizer. In Katz Uulldlnjr.IkKirnc r St.....' "..-, I..t Earl i I7" r--..
\* a. m. to 12 m. I A winner whereve
Corresoondence Solicited.FLORIST the breeze and feeds HOURS.- t grows Eperi.i,
Notice ot Executor tor Final sways upon upon J the
Prof. Fred Harvey is a pleasant visitor l:3otoS:30p.: : m. adapted 10 Soulh. Pb. 10e oz. 4Qc
Discharge.In the air. I measured a limb of .a live Telephone No. 76 -JuP 6. ITT )" Ib. $1.00: Ib. $3.75.

Court' of the County "Judirn MUfcto: of Klorl la, oak-the other day which grew near the I m-our neighborhood at present. Slo...... Sisadarj Speda) CJ.k, TThe --..

ed In rec.tsteof Oareola Martha.. A. Turlington dvceaa ground. and from the trunk to the tip I Mr. George McDonough from ,Miami JJR.) W. W. CARSON 'DOltin Ib' WMId.

t Notice; il hereby county; :: (rlvi-n. to all whom It m"lc..rll. it was sixty-five feet long. It stood in a nephew of Mr. J. K. Milliard was a Special ShW.of Bert: C&.cwn'Muol' :. ]'
\ that on he I llith : :nil.; !. I shall appl.)ltnolI. 1 Honorable Oco. F. the midst of a splendid orange grove welcome guest in their home for a few I' Send ma your hat of) seed want and m
I'arl.-r. JudRe of an Judge of" Pro
I whose owner very kindly gave us permission days. Cole's quote you my apecial wholetale ,
balc/fnr a Hnal diiirliarKtt ai exnnntor the over Jewelry Store prim (I. ..(
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs :.ststeof Martha A. Turlington, doc ed.f; and to walk through and help ourselves Office Hours 8-15 1-6 I .1 I market gardenrn. AI..., main. wn.. j \
k ;' that at te HBtue time I will prenttnt my nna, Miss Irene Hilliard is spending a few : I today(for my atadiaax-lllaatratej
: for all occasions I
arrouuUi. an executor of sail, eHtate and ask forth to as many oranges as we could Office phone 158 i 1 free. caUkl '
-. Potted Plants and Roses a Ir approval.Dated :. find. The had been picked but days in Kissimmee visiting friends.A Residence 23: I ,
ovtiuber loth A. D. 11111. crop PIONEER. Walter P. Stokes, Seaman f'co ';
specialty. K 0 MCKK, we soon found under the trees as manyas
4';*lmo Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL -- --- ---- - - - -- we could carry away. Land variesin E. aG: \,I.
Dks In New York.
Notice to Non-Residents. price according to location from $10<) _

lu Circil: "Ollrl., Here 1th Judicial I ('lr"IIO., to $10(1() per acre. The surface is flat, Many of the early residents of Orlando Special attention given to the u
t. cola Couu'y, Htulf. of f Floridalii 'l.a'.cery. treatment of Women and !
and below this city there is good pasturage will recall Mr. S. R. Basseit. an
James K DaviH. ComjilHlnant\ \a harliM. Joy Children.
I J. W. THOMPSON J. Cbarl-a liflllaKher Mn Claiming I IlIft.r\'HIIII I the I'ro .erl>' InTliiHBUI '
I<..||. rtbfl 1.I\\'lId.nta.( | upon it. The water is artesian. with a Reporter who luter on went to Kis- Office over Citizens Bank. PhONE 184 I ennebh BntIe

It apiearliiR' I by affidavit afipbnded. to the: hi i il 1 strong trace of sulphur and is very Rimmee and ,conducted a paper the 24-3moapd p.
filed in tliu shove atatm) cause that Charles: }
good indeed. The public - -
rr' Joy and J Charles. allaaher the dcfendantitherein departments Kissimmee Leader, there for several I. -

named. are non residents' of the Htattf utility are up-to-date, and the hotelsare years then went to Live Qak. wherehe A. VANS AONCW W B. CRAWFOIDV7"ANS
whose la .
; FUNERAL DIRECTOR of Florida and residence unknown.and "
that Jlhey are over the ape of 21 l cars: it In large and commodious. Three or engaged in the' same-t>umesB-and :' AGNEW< & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW BARBER SHOP ':
therefore ordered that said uon-rttnidcnl defendanta .
and four thousand tourists are here in the"winter. well known with the news-
be and they are hereby required to was quite I
appear to the bill of complaint) filed III said I have met Bro. J. W. Wilder fraternity of the state. I
cause on or before Monday, the 8d dayot, June.A. paper
I: LICENSED EMBALMER I). 1UU otherwise the ellegatlona of said and family, who were members at A letter from Mrs. Bassett a day or I 3-4.ft-S Cltliena flank Building Cold Drinks & DinarsKissimmee j
bill will be taken
aa confessed by said defend
Owenton when 1 there, Kissimmee
Ky. was pastor Florida I
:, anta. two ago advised of the death of Mr.
,. ,\ It I. further ordered that this order be put. and also Mr. H. C. Lilly. who used to !
Bassett 'which occurred in New York ---- -
llnhed once a week for eightconnecative wtttki Fla.
: F' Oppoiit CourthouseS !In the Val ey Uaoette a.newspaper" published live at Stanton Powell county. and early in the month. The family had J. L_ MOON H. D GXIO1B
; aid and i4lIe.Ibis '
n County I
practice law in that section. Dr. A. J.
I 'II : .
; April llth. 1912. resided in New York several years.
(Seal) K '.. JOIINRTIN! Holt is pastor of the Baptist church MOON & GEIGER .
Clprk ( Ircult Court. Mr. Bassett was a good newspaper man -- "
; 1t18811111U FLORIDA \\ J. Beam, Solicitor for(Complainant 16-Bt with 427 members and the leading ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW e
and a first-class. citizen. -Orlando Re ,\
f bankers physicians, real estate men *

: j Homestead Notice. and the mayor and councilmen are his porter-Star. Qffice State Bank IBuilding Sprigg FlemingCLEANING !

Department the Interior, ) church is Kissimmee. Florida
members. The building large
U 8. Land Office at G.llln..I1."lbrl.I...!
; $1 lor $2 per Acre per Month April. 8, 1111"-" ) and well located. The Sunday school is Box for Children.The -- ----- -- -- --- -

Notice la hereby "given' that Joseph II.OralnBer U.F.
I of V>bitti..r. Florida, oho. on July Id. lIIO.! well organized: and is constantly grow- Junior C. E. Society expects to
: Bay Savford celery '.ras. Flowing; ar. Heria) No. 171611. fur Bro. Holt has PRESSING
ing. already won his
I : t.&.. well (iiaraateed. Bub-irritation Lot 2.0r Nt!rttIt7.'l'; 31 aoiith. end a box of clothing. toys children's ATTORNEY FLA. 1 1R13pAIRING
,',' ;.. 1v1 ".. aralare,stood.._n.........*district, Kauie 84 eam Tillabaanee. meridian baa fll"mnotlceof way to the hearts of the people thoughhe books etc., to the' Children's Home DYEING "d
.. '.o latereat, weter sad rell traaaportattoa. intention make Final Commutation .
..1[, .' Our liberal contract allow alxyear Proof to establIsh claim to the land above has been here only a few months. Society of Florida. Have you some Examination of Titles a Specialy.
'y, ',((11 to oNt Title Bond a) OaaiaajteeCo. described' before the Judie KlaBim- I
p Day rounty at have, heard nothing but expressionsof Notification and payment of taxes of .
i" ,.; .' ..It t' ., Saaford.. Ha 43-lyr ins,,, Florida, OB the I 15th day of May,.1UIJ.' thing to contribute? Bring it to the non-residents given careful '
.,. Claimant llneaaea the highest appreciation of his work.
name aa w : Leave
the ice word
Presbyterian manse. attention. at my house and clothes]
IIHam at
Moore Whtttler Florida. .
$ for Sale Banner U, Our of Whittier. Florida. It has been my pleasure to board in his cream'social given in the churchyardon ----------.-- .- will be called, lor and returned I
W. U. McLelland of Whittier, Florida, family with Miss
daughter Fannie
p. John H. Baladen of Wblltler. HorlclallKitar my Friday May 24. It Is by the Juniors ROBERT G. JOHNSTON
: No. 301-An attractive home in Pine- H. CHUBB for the past week or so, and the time to aid this cause. Come. Satisfaction Guaranteed

,- dale. This property is just outside of Ices itogister. has been delightfully spent. Dr. and .l

rr city limits on high ground. House is Notice Mrs. Holt are refined and cultivated. ATTORNEY AT LAWK1SSIMEEE
to NonResidents.In .
p two-story and contains eight rooms all His ministerial experience has been For Sale .

'" 'plastered and hard oil finish two Judicial Circuit Circuit.Court Oaceola Htate of (olluly-III Jo'lorl.t.-I"lh Chau wide and varied. He has studied long No. 309-Fine garden and poultry FLORIDA J:.,.. C.4h.I.sI.jI5'I.E''8:, : : : .

/ porches tine well and large barn. This "' 1'7. ,traveled much in Europe and the Far proposition. This place contains two : ::
i house is located on a five-acre tractt II. E. Hedtlck. Comp'alnant VK George V\. LIt-
c with beautifnl view of the city and tleton and Sarah M. C. LliUetou Defendants East and widely through our own acres, new 6-room house with porches I! Late iouia Counsel C CAlMlY for T. PICTON Judn of WARLOW the Well ODrllleris i

.' lake. Land is adapted to citrus fruits Ilanpearlng by affidavit appended to the bill country; has written much for publication in front and one side; fine artesian well Florid R R. t-omm. Criminal Court
filed In the above-iiated caune that prepared to '.
and tracking. This property can be Littleton and Sarah 1&.C. I Ittleton. the defend- and as pastor and secretary of with pump on pocph.: Choice locationfor & WARLOWATTORNEYS
I had for $3,800 on very favorable terms. Bnta therein uained. are nonreeidenti of the. MASSEY ,
state missions! Texas and Tennessee small truck or poultry farm. The
Ktateof Florida and reaidvnls
Will introduce customer to owner and are of llp ocer. WELLSin
.' let them deal direct. H. M. Breske State of New York over tbe age. of twenty one has preached to hundreds of churches land if subdivided Into' lots is worth the AND COUNSELLOS
years: It 'la therefore ordered that said Bonreal- I AT LAW
.&: Co. 13-tf dent.i defendant be and are hereby required toappear He seems to have lost none of his price asked without any improvements.We section of Florida,
I the Practice In all the Court of the Ktate and of any
to bill of complaint filed in sePt ,
;i '. ), .uaeonorbefore Monday), the third day of youthful vigor and power. I have ; are offering: this property for the United Statca. also "before the Florida Railroad 1 -

June A. D 19(2 otherwise: the allmratlnna : heard him here in two sermons which $1,660; terms on part if desired. The : Commiaaion.. and the Intentate Commerce 1
; t 3J j: for Sale said bill will be taken aa ooufeaaed by said d" i Commission.ilit Ten ot successful Well I
pti 'Tend anta A were exceptionally strong. They held i town Is growing in this direction and CIIABI.BBTOK BLDO- ORLANDO. FLA. years
; Drilling Is a Guarantee of
:; I No.429' -Large lot on which located llahed Iti.furberordered once a week for tbstthls four ooniecutlve order be week pub- the audiences in rapt attention. I predict property will enhance in value very __ M1T* Ability to produce the beat my

one seven-mom end one three-room In published the Kuwimmee. In said county Valley. and
This lard day of ApriL A. O 11412 inently successful. Mrs. Holt has .
house. Large house II with
i lighted R O.:JOHNSTON, charge of a large class of Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine ATTORNEY ANB COUNSELLOR LAW TWO
'. Clerk Circuit Court.! young, people -I AT AND, FOUR INCH
has toilet and kitchen
sink By Ellaabeth Johnston which she is training and developing Company has accepted the agency for Will Practice in all Courts WELLS A SPECIALTY'

., : : mall house also has sine: and tollet.) w. Andrew Johnson Solicitor for DepulTClerk.Complainant into active Christian workers tha Cartercar one of the most wonderful State and Federal -

. : .. will sell this as a whole or separately. 18-It Blessings be upon them in their advancing cars of the age and will in a few Office adjoining Broadway P. O. Box 344

'. This property is well located will pay days have a shipment of these cars on Citizens Bank Kissimmee

; r 10 per-cent on investment if rented. Gallfor Republican County yean.DR. hand which they will take pleasure in :ZEClealxxixxiee.: : : Florldal

? : ,Price of both houses $2,000. H. M. showing to all. 15-tf r H. JKNKINS R. B. WOODHAM

I- Breaker Co. Convention and Precinct LIVINGSTON'S MEDICINE ,

I' Big Bargain In a Home. JENKINS & WOODHAM

; For Sale I Meetings. SHOW IS DRAWING Splendid new six room house just inside SURVEYORS I r-I: ;

i. The Republican precinct meeting. will >xj limits fine deep well. Jot The fIOid3 !
.. No. 229-A very desirable 4-room held In the fight\ ptrvlnot. ol Ooeola Conntr city contains Kissimmee
,. on May I 14. IttU, to sleet delegates to the ( onu- -LARGE CROWDS two acres of ground good new Florida -
cottag*,"")located within one block of tr Ciinronliou. Each precinct In entitled to _____. -- - - For;:trurkera;' dtrult- ...n.Fl"rI
.. 'Osceob..eounty court house in best residence one delegate for each tea Republican ""Ier.pre.ent barn wagon and buggy sheds and all I folks who want to know/ bout
: s ho will pledge thetneolTe la aupport Kissimmee people are certainly enjoying under good new fence. Fine location Ida. Weekly f I.OO per; monthly
j,' c : b section of city. House is new, the Republican\ ticket or nominee In the Norcmber !tV Kvud iiic for.ten Inane trial
, v next eleotlon PnwIncM' not sending Dr. Livingston's big Free ShoW for small truck garden or poultry aanch. aubucrlptton" OssaTHEFLORIDAUUOWE .
celled throughout city water lot 73* representatives, doh..le11 I Snappy Bright
; 2 ; ; olle \ be appointed
. byhecbsirni. .of the County Executive every night on the vacant lot next to This Is a fine proposition, where you Tne Home
147} feet. Price 1250. Let us show :
,' Committee fr>clnct mating Kill alnochouse the Pastime theater. He -I I
is having a will have the freedom of the
this cottage. H. M. Breaker &; Co. one member for County ( ommlttee. and on. country ; 8OO Florida. Av...., Taaipa>a, Fuv
.. additional member" for each Itt qualifying Kepnblloan large demand for his famous Root and yet close enough to enjoy all the advantage
13-tf voteca In the prHClut Prerlni. not of the city such as splendid high
: m x tending niBinbxr.. one n 111 be appointed by the Herb Remedies and is receiving numerous school best markets, churches etc. Bakery Man
ChaPman 01 COuntjr Kxecutltv) CommltUm
There will be held ., ft. cloud Florida a testimonials from people who Price 1500. H. M. BREAKER & Co. ,
: GoodNewsf Rvpuhllcan < ountjr Convention on July lath were afflicted with stomach troubles 48-tf desires to thank the citizens < 'I

j We have secured a few 5 and 10 acre soil other nominate-a business county. mj ticket come.0"before transect the rheumatism kidney and bladder trouble / and visitors for their G-OITRE: ):

tracts of the finest fruit and truck oouTentlon. and have only. used one fifty cent Fruit and Truck Land. patience during the rush for .
W. L. VAX DIIZORChairman Bread. In future HERB IS A GUARANTEED CURB: "., .
within half mile'of the will
lands a
4 limits which we can offer at the very city I County JOHN Execuiss L FiiBRion.8er Committee.. package. These famous remedies are We have five and ten acre tracts in have a larger variety of goodson Don't .be diifiKurad by an unsightly GolWi I" ."I..V
neck .
your that will surely keep Inereaalnr
all three
sale at of the
: J : low price of $50.00 per acre. Kist I 'relar, County Executive Uommlltee.1st on drug stores Liberty Park the most desirable suburban hand. and cause ehoklnv and other unpUaaaat. *,*,.Ji

Y4 Bimme is expanding so rapidy these and it Is said that they are selling Iota property on the market whichwe Hot Rolls Cream Biscuit toma sooner or later. ,

\ lands will soon be almost in town and I of them. Try one package and be con- and Bread (white "HALL'S: Ooltr OINTMBNT"Cure to Stay Cured. >
' ri: . will be worth many times the prices Truck and Citrus Fruit Land.No. vinC d. 21-It are offering for your considerationat brown) A'.au have tried averythlnselae. you have
4 :i' asked today. Do not go; miles into the I prices that are attractive. We will for Breakfast ever heard of then you will appreciate the I*** am.rit

)4 ; for small tracts at price 462-Seven and one-half of show these Cream Puffs of this remedy., It U perfectly" barm1'4.
' country any I acres be pleased to tracts to pros- Monday and convenient to nae. d.... not color) the akin or eaoat "
New Houses.
'I J; while you can get such as these at this the best truck and fruit land jn Kisslmmee pective purchaser at any time. Do not Thursday and oftenerif any discomfort whatayer. and we guarantee that...*,;
3 Soon there \ ill be no such\ one application will produce More Actualsalts
" J .. opportunities price as this as* all Park. This land Is in proximity Wa have several deairable'Jnew houses fail to see this property before purchasing called for. than. a month a treatment with any OIremedy. '.
i wortJto
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L. l d.wiIlbegatheredup. The quantity to the lake. Call on us and we wil under construction which weJareoffer-: < as it has the advantages off being Also a variety of Cake .less remediea.Don't. but. Seed.any more SO Camta:money for for S P.o...

" is limited and will soon be taken. put you in touch with the owner; you ing for sale. All of these houses are close In and on the very best paved on hand at all ace of "Hali-KOIataieat.- If you do.S&'
: find It the 'beat of kind that you
remedy the
" q', Other lands a little nearer in. but rib I can deal direct with him. This In desirable locations. Secure of *"It
, sold prop one road in the county convenient to the times. ever need, you can return the empty peekaa*

I 1 : "-bondred better have dollars recently per acre and some at have one erty is offered at a great reduction them for next winter at a lower price city school and churches. Five acre ALFRED we. will having refund Large your money.Ooltr of Wa LoM especiallY*..Inrtboae '..

'1 prohibitive price. from what land In this locality Is sel- than will be asked for them later in the tracts $250. and $300. H. M. Breaker SMITH to viva this remedv a trial. Bend silver or f..
I Order .
remedy wllba malt .
;: 8-U H. M. BREAKER & CO. ing for. H. M. Breaker & Co. 11Stf I season. H. M. Breaker & Co. 16-tf & <:. - - -- -tl.I.-, : R....., H.aant aa.,by Ma.afleM,Of

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The Man That "SELLS HOMES'' -, '- ;

OJ BAPTIST. M( Farmer Makes Suggestion Regarding : ,Only A

H. M. =A. J. Holt, D,' D., pastor. Handling of Gasoline. ----f ,
BREAKER Sunday-* Mr. H. M. Farmer dropped by the

I' Bible School 9.46 a., m..; office the other day to how u* a fancy Any Ladies Shoe OxfordS "
4{ .I Preaching 11 a. m., and 7.115Ip. m., gasoline can which he had just prepared or

B. Y. B. U. 6:45 p. m. ft l Is painted a. brilliant red, fI'

,t' Communion' Sunday. and Mr. Farmer Informs us' that I In the es 1, ,1 1-2, 2, 21-2 ,
1" Monday-(after 3rd Sunday). city from which he came ho merchant '

Woman's Miss. Union-Devo.-3 p. m. Is permitted to fill a can with gasoline, ,AT ONE-HALF PRICE' 11
Wednesday-(after lat Sunday) > unless It is painted this cooK) ;' 'The 11t

: Worn., Miss. Union-Social!, 3 to5pm ides.aeeme a mighty Rood one, :and we t
I .
t k Kr Thursday suggest that 'Ithe- City Council pass

r Prayer meeting:00> p. m. some such ordinance here. The red L. M. WHIDDEN &, CO.

Visitors! always welcome. can universally used for holding gasp ..
1I line would prevent many serious acci- "

There are\in this city, especially dur-

.S. S. SnydeJvpHtor. ing the winter! months, a great: many
Sunday School 9.45 a. m'-: A. S people who use gasoline stoves for She has ;not, the whole
: Nelson superintendent cooking, and such w
t- some precautionary '
r .i ; Church Service a. m. and 7.00 am. measure as that suggested by Mr. m earth to,sell, but just choice;

1 Christian Endeavor, 6.15 p. m. I Farmer will be necessary here to pre- caud'In'e', '4 4r
,bits of it I
.r Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.00
r ry vent a possible tragedy.A ,
!t p.m. r

I Visitors most cordially invited to all! Record. FLORIDA: '

Cervices. .
\ y 1 It is said that three of the stingiest -
i men in the state were In town yester-
I7 METHODIST: day. One of them will not drink as et One of the necessaries I lif'e,worth,
,\'I H. T. Gaines, pastor. much water as he wants unless it be :-*. .' f ' .
\ Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.-J. L. a buyingA
from another man's well. The secqnd SELECT '
T Jverstreet, superintendent forbids any of his family from writing HOME,

!t Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30p. : anything but a "small hand" as it is a A CHOICE FARM, .
.' t7' l m. waste ot ink to make large letters. VACANT'LOT, ( a
r Junior League 2 p. m. The third stops his clock at night in or- OR ACltJiAGE'
Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. der to save wear and tear on the ma-

'. .' Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30 p. m. chinery. All of them decline to take Ask'

SHaving Holy communion ever let Sunday. their county paper on the ground thatit '
You are cordially invited to each of is a terrible strain on their spectaclesto MRS.

these services.. read newspapers, even in the day- COTTAGE near, cor ',..
-. time,-Eau Calhe Record Clyde Ave, and Penfield, South Kls- -

I CHRISTIAN.A. slmmee. (Clyde, 2nd;ave. west, of
A MEDICINE AS GOOD Court House; leading south. -
I M. C isholm, pastor. "
implicit faith in the future of Kissinrvnee, we have
made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. AS YOUR MONEY
Bible School 9.45 C. E. Yowell
a. m.-
pr6ud, and trust by honest fair dealings to merit a continuanceof
superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant
a large portion of the real estate business in this section. If '
you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the superintendent. Money Promptly Refunded If Godson's ,June WeddingsMagnificent .
Christian Endeavor
every Sundayevening ,
smallest price that property can be secured for; we invite you to Liver-Tone Fail* to Take '
call on us. at 6:00 p. m. Place of Calomel Chests of Sterling .
Prayer meeting and choir practice every -
We offer Vacant Resident Property Improved City Prop- 5
erty Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at Thursday at 7.15 p. m. The Kissimmee Drug Company sells t -Ifji: Silver from 18 to 48i i. ,'

lowest prices to be obtained.No. EPISCOPAL.Kev. Dodson's Liver-Tone as a perfect sub t'\" pieces.. Prices consistent.: a
stitute for calomel. try one
415-Very desirable vacant lot. this place. If you desire a home in David D. Kidd, rector. Y/ .. : y
bottle and find that it is not just as sure
containing throe acres, lust outside Florida write or call on us quick as this Services every second and fourth Sun-
city limits In 'Nest KUsiminen, good property will not be on the market long in its action as calomel and at the same STBRLINO SILVER Tea Sets, Sandwich Plates. Bowls Sherbet'Sets, Coflee,
place to start poultry farm or truck at the price named. This property we dav at 11:00: a. m. gentler and without the bad aftereffects Seta; Fine Goblets, and many other useful and Attractive articles. iV ",t
garden. Close to churches and school. are offering for a short time for $12,600. Communion 2nd Sunday at morning of calomel, please call and get AND DON'T PORUET the Engagement and Wedding Ring. Her :you will
A bargain at $175. Let us show you Will sell as a whole or divided into two services. find the finest assortment -
your money back. It will be given you
f this lot. parts if desired. Guild meeting, Avery first Tuesday. promptly. Dodson's Liver-Tone is a W. H. BECKWITH JEWELRY 'CO.

No. 601-An attractive home in Pine- vegetable liquid with a pleasant taste,
, Is outside of Very Desirable 10-Acre Farmat HOUSE OF ,
dale. This
property just No. 402-Fine 20-acre orange; grove located that livens up the liver, mildly but 410 FRANKLIN STREETTHE QUALITYTAMPA, FLA.'
city limits, on hlan ground. House ; :
is two-story and contains eight[ rooms, inside city limits, close to school a Great Bargain surely, Jnstead of whipping it into ac-
and churches This consists
all plastered and hard oil finish, two of forty acres of land,property twenty acres of Jmproved Farm. Located on best ,tion as the strong chemical calomel
J porches, fine well and large barn. which is an bearing orange and grape-I road in Osceola County, It miles from does. It is used by both children and
This house Is located on a five-acre "
tract, with beautiful view of the city fruit trees ten acre.. additional cleared depot. 10 acres that is fenced and hight grown-ups for constipation and inactive .
and ake, Land is adapted to citrus and in cultivation; good five-room cot- ate of cultivation, and Is the best liver. t.t
two deep wells. This Is an "
fruits and trucking This property can tage; location, wi ere you will have excellent trucking land in this section. Has That Is why the Kissimmee Drug Co. 1:0: o. '-<'
r be had for .J300: on very favorable the'freedom country life with city good well, 8-room cottage stable, wa- is willing to guarantee it absolutely,

r owner terms and Will let them introduce deal direct.customer to advantages.. Possession can be securedon gon-shed and poultry house; all ready not with another bottle, but with your
short notice. See this proposition for purchaser to begin work withoutany money back. Isn't a medicine with a

a'.p No..304-Improved farm, located On before part.purchasing.. Price- $9,600; termson delay or expense of clearing ,land guarantee, like. this worth.a trial
beat road In Oaceola county U miles and waiting to improve before being .j
from depot. 10 acres fenced and in A Five-Acre farm.A
a high\ state of cultivation; best trucking. No. 437-We are offering some very able to produce crops. This land is
,i..;' land in this section lias good well desirable resident lots, located three adapted to growing all kind. of citrus C-acre farm In' Pinedale, with good
3-room cottage stable, wagon shed andpoult.rv blocks from Court House, on nice high fruits; grove can be started to good fence and cleared for S600. with easy " MICHELIN '
house. All ready for purchaser elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of all advantage while land is being farmed. payment. R. D. Waring & Co. 16-tf \ < .
to begin without any delay or these lots. Cash, or short time. Let -
expense of clearing land and waiting us show you these lota. Come quick if you want best bargainin FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat,
to Improve before being able to pro- this\County------. with all city conveniences. Apply to w i
duce any crops. This land is adapted 13tf H. M.B.EAKE&dt CO. W. B. Harris, Gazette office. tf
to growing all kinds of citrus fruits; No. 803-Small farm Inside of city
limits. Tnis property consists i of a five-
rode can be started to good advantage .
while land Is being farmed Price acre tract within a quarter of a mile of --- --- ,
If desired. Osceola High School. Small house, fine -- "
$1450. Terms on part .
four-inch flowing well, land all in cultivation GARDNER & ELLIS "

No. 809. Splendid new 6-room house, City is building very fast in '
limits fine deep well. this direction; lots will soon command a a
just inside city ,
lot contains two acres of ground, good good price if owner should desire at any ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS r
new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, all time to sub-divide and sell It for residence LOOK FOR THIS SIGN. ON.LEADING: ,'GARAGES r
fence. Fine location purposes. Price $1.600. 1- -
under good new
We Guarantee House-wiring to

for this small is a fine truck proposition garden or where poultry you ranch.will. FIVE!: city Iota on which Is located a ., Pass all Insurance Inspection. The 'superiority of Michelin" Tires. i
will have the freedom of the country,
yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages of nice the new lake five-room, cool breezes.: cottage,This fine prop-view FIXTURE I9 ouR WORK LET' US FIGURE WITH YOU is recognized all over ''the World ,

of the city, such as splendid erty is located close to the proposed SPECIALTY .' '
high school, best markets, churches, electric line, on high level lots. A I : '

etc Price $1500. bargain at $1600. Let us show you this- You, cannot know what a''

short No. 434-Fine distance beyond tract of city 40 acres limits, just on property. i e& good tire is 'until i yon trY-a 't." '

y Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid. No. 443-Ten acres located i in. Park Michelin inflated
high school churches and market. Price Garden, all under good new fence, land Kissimmee Boat t Building Co. properly ,
$30.00 per acre. Terms on part. if de- plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to .
sired. get on and start a crop without any de- HENRY,O'NEAL MANAGER STOCK
lay. We can offer this ten acres with BY

I 381-A 20-acre tract located on the above improvements for the same
marl road two miles from depot on price that unimproved land is being sold
St. Cloud road Property has good[ for in this tract. Our price. $1000.00. W. B. MAKINSON CO. '
Terms if dee red. +
In on part ,
house and three acre orange (Trove toUy Size Any Style ,
bearing This grove will yield from I,

\'.\ 1000 to 1200 Sufficient boxes land of cleared oranges and each in No. 452 Twenty acres located in Park Repairing and fainting , 1110
J i year. Increase Irrove to twelve Gardena; five acres in cultivation, ten
,, cultivation to and at same lima can acres fenced, fine 8-inch flowing well. Agency for
t or fifteen acres, desired. This is conceded to be the best taact in t
of property that will bring Park Gardens, owned_by a nonresidentweo s
all times while desires to sell. We will furnish FIXTURES
results this fall, .
.. \ extending new grove convenient, investigate to town this.., deal you with directly owner'a with address him. The and price you Is can at- YARDS SOUTH NF JOHNSON'S DOCK ... ..-ilI. "

This property is side one end. tractive and terms can be secured on P. O. BOX 141 20ft SUMMER ; \ t
has Price marled 94,200.()( road on one part of purchase price'if desired. FERTILIZING :

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"''. 'No. 458-Ten acres sdjo nlng city No. 457-Here f of the moat desirable Size Quality Early Maturity: '
hard road. LandIs homes to 9e found In.ool'"eity.House I
J the Orlando
limits, on
cleared, fenced and ready for the contains five rooms, two porches, .,. Send for our latest free book'e
The elevation l is high, suitable two wells, city:water and electric\lighta tIt
Plow.for citrus fruits and truck ing. This New Barn and feed room. Lot a47Jx Monuments THE PAYING GROVE :
White Bronze
3 will soon be available for res- 1471 feet, covered with bearing grapefruit ,
expanding tangerine, guava and
fdentpurpoae., as the city is orange
: A bargain at 120000. peach trees, fine shrubbery raid flowers. tells the HOWS and WHYS interesting Co a citrus
'4 , rapidly. Located in one block of court house in grower at this season. It also gives full description of- ;
f. the very best residence section. This '
fine line of
: ORANGE GROVE property Is offered for the very low MADE IN ANY DESIGN our '
Y price of $2750. Fruit and Vine Formulas. ; r' '

i No 383Twenty.five-acre te ce. Railroad orange Always look well. Indestructible.
grove, all under gOod station adjoining No. 459-Five acres inside city, Ideal Fertilizers and Ideal Methods have made

.t! runa thrqughgrove goodhoolandchurch: within! ed; fenced and plowed ready for cult Prices Right the banner crops of the State... I i i
: ; property; All _tion. This tract ia near the Aultman #( ;
quarter m Ie off proI>!rty. crops takes it. .
farm high ground. $1000.00 .
do on v
Florida '
: that can be grown 1D WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILIZER t .CO. 'f "

JOHN H. PAYN I Manufacturers of r 1' >;

::. Jtt. BREAKER :& CO- / 10 Tears eiperience. IDEAL Ja kony\llo..FJ FERTILIZERS\ .. i .

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. , Milk: should not i stand in the stable. .
\ -" There Is Very Little Danger. of Qt- '
: .. They SaySome ] A dustless mllklnrJToom feTdesln; ', '
.. I'I'J.r.i:- New ,
Young Negro Interrupted While Attempting ting Too Much Water on '
1wr W- B. HARRIS Editor and Proprietor -" Lands for First Two Seasons. able. a
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'I", to Rob. The milker should be a neat, tidy
J. D. KUYKENDALL '. Associate Editor .- r
r ; A..Dung'olored boy, known as Nook On new lands there is little ,danger pertno. "
't ;:-''= .- .;;:r,,,;::;-_:_ - :::= Keep the milk as cold as possible.
remark Editors .
made by for the first
", , Rlv.ers, was found on Tuesday night; la using too )much water cooled. '
Y f., : 'r; ;, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY -of the State regarding KUun: hiding Under a the home of Mr. two seasons after reclamation begins. wben The once sooner .the milk .Is cooled after i'

.' .r.. OFFICE IN V A.LJ\Y\: GAZETTE BVIUHNOKISSIMMEE mee \land KU imme '. treat R. T, Butler and a few minutes 'later Many of our western soils have never milking the better. .

',, 1 ) ,/ ,' OSCEOLA COUNTY,, FLORIDA_ ____!. was captured and removed to the coun- been wet to a depth of two' feet, at Feeding and bedding unless monist
; P ,.,-.- .. paper, The Valley' Gazette. least since the : climate began to be be done after milking., 1
ty jail. arid, and most of our soil*,have probably -, should 7.. .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Mr. and Mr. Butler had been attend The milker's hand and clothes
of fire-ti/thtini been formed since that time. Be-
Writing the l
/ apparatus
/ I One copy, one'tear -' $1.60 that has just been received for use ing the moving picture show, and on fore these soil' can: be put In the best jl should be clean whll/milking ,1
.75 If milk II aerated It should be done
t One: copy, six months the KiBsimmee fire the their return noticed the furniture (in producing condition they need to be ". ,1j'
f .40 by department, before cooling and Id pure air..
One copy, three months the house lightly disarranged. Looking so thoroughly saturated with moisture '
.. Valley Gazette says that it "more than / Use milk palls, cans, etc., for no
under,her bed Mrs. Butler discovered that the subsoil Is well saturated or
t; be to expectation It wouldbe other but to hold milk
,. All, communications, except from our authorized correspondents, must measures up the called her husband. there Is a union of the free water near j' purpose for ",
negro'and better feed
There Is dairy
hard to think of doo-dad which no
signed by the writer.. any the surface with that which:! constI-
,, .{ sY ought to be on a fire engine that Is not While he was looking for his revolverthe I tutes subsurface drainage. cows than alfalfa either green or 'il

1 Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. on this one. Self-starter, I self-lighting negro broke through a screen door i This movement I Is what Is known as cured. 1j,
and from the house but Keep the cows clean, and do notcompel
escaped waspur.ued
system, double cylinder chemical engine I film moisture downward Into the soil*
I Entered the Postoffice in Kisslmmee, Fla., a* second-class mail matter. or allow them to wade and
1 at lanterns, searchlight, ladders. by Mr. Butler and captured a occupied by plant roots and Into the j live In filth. I ,
moment later. The had evidently does thing which Improve
negro drainage
hose, siren horn that
. Brush down the cobwebs and keep
F'ri8ay.: IMIeiy IT". 3.12u ::: entered tile home with the intention its cropping capacity.: If the
4 sounds like the wail of a lost soul- the barn free from accumulation of
of robbing it, and had been Interrupted moisture increase downward, the I 4 '
these are a few of the trimmings on duet and trash.
roots of the plants are Induced to I
the machine." The people of Kissim- before he had completed his work. Heis The best market for dairy butter Is 1
soil and establish
in jail' under of entering grow deeply Into the : market that Is
\" mee will admire the new apparatusvery a charge the Individual worked
permanent and Important feeding systems.
much at first and later when service with intent to commit a felony. An affair The Importance of deep rootIng I up by the dairyman himself.

I ti ; 7s Sent Complimentary! is required, and it meets the demands of this kind is very rare in this especially with perennial plants, I The milker should be free from die.I .
I and not come in
sfcouid contact
and it created deal of .
&\ as no doubt it will they will be city a great ex can hardly be underestimated, and with any communicable disease. .

; *vt proud of it for more than its looks.- citement. where the subsoil remain dry deep When farm-made butter is put on 'J

1'N,; i '4 :'d 4'.i'. Parties receiving this paper, who are not Timea-Union.. --'---'--'--- rooting will not occur. the regular market It Is sore to suffer '.,
The The first irrigation, therefore,
Birthday Party !
1 think that it I.G' is In companion with the creamery prod- }1 y
regular subscribers, must not should be abundant and continued fora
PLEASANT AFFAIR Preparations are being made to en- long enough time to soak deeply In- uct.'i\
of the publishers to later demand demand for stock
the intention The dairy continue -
tertain number of at
) a large persona to the subsoil. Of course, much I-
' of them the subscription price, as it is the Birthday Party which will be given depend on the character of the soil greater than the supply. The ,{
? fji Music Store and Electrical prospects are that prices will range
I t Supply and If Is :
next Wednesday night at the home of Its depth porosity a crop
by Board higher than at this time. ,.f
mailed to them complimentary our l even
:. which will not stand the
Mrs. H. M. Pfann Emmett grown
Store Open Their Doors. on street. The scarcity of feed makee It all r-t y
1 ., e of County Commissioners for the purpose This is to be given for the benefit of flooding of a sufficient length/ of time; the more Important that the poor cows i
; A ItoWItt Brown's'Music House and the Irrigation should be done by running -
the building fund of the new church. be weeded out The teeter and the '
them with the advantagesand !
4 ., ; acquainting many I' the Kissimmee Electric Co. opened their : water through furrows- corrugations -
t Everyone is invited to attend, the ad- scales are the means to be used.
doors the Saturday their One of the apparent reasons '
this and to public at :
? opportunities town county When one skims with the cream
::1- mission fee being a penny for each year for beginners falling to get maximum
W The will be mailed new location in the Willson building, of the and Is hoped I(I separator he may have thick or of
i, ', the home seeker. paper a person's age, it crops on new soils Is that they do not
t.'. Darlington avenue, with a concert pro thin cream as he wishes. This I I. not 1
, that there will not be developed too understand the necessity of filling the
i few weeks to any person whose name is given gram by the Brownies Orchestra and the case when hand skimming Is depended r
great a tendency to youthfulness Ev subsoil with moisture, which both

? us, and if they should desire to receive it regularly Victrola. A choice program was renrendered :i ery effort will be made to assure the supplies the roots of the plants and upon ,
by this popular orchestra, and
the land
to bring
guests a pleasant and it is an- does many things
would be glad to put / evening
we Found Hoard.
many pleasing selections from the pop. Into proper condition of tilth Granny's J
'f-, them subscription list at] the regular ular operas were listened from the new ticipated that this will be one of the After the soil has once become wetIt There Is a certain class of persons
on our most enjoyable events of the season.
who will trust their little fortunes
Victor Victrolas lately installed by Mr. will absorb water much more readily !- i never
rates. Brown. I Come out and have a good time, and and as there la a partial) supply to banks-the old blue teapotor

ncidentally help a good causeLaymen's of moisture stored In the subsoil I the woolen sock seems safer to-.
Punch was served by Mesdames Stanford
: much less water will be required to their minds. And then, perhaps there
t Bullock and Wolfe to the many Is streak In their
___ __ ______ 1 visitors who called during th-- afternoonand Meeting.Our secure what we may call a thorough I i a miserly make-up-
- '---- which them to keep their
'. = encourages
,' := = -' jl irrigation It Is after the land has
next meeting will be held at the at hand where they actually
i I evening. been Irrigated a few Reasons that the I, money can
native who knocks his own community ber contains fifty of splen-
The one pages The gentlemen who conduct the Mu Methodist church Sunday afternoon at danger of o\er.Irrigation Is greatest ''I see It when they so desire. And

to an inquiring stranger is in a didly selected and arranged matter, well sic and Electric business are to be congratulated :330: o'clock, led by Brother Sam Lup- | Over.Irrigation; Is much more apt to I often circumstances are such that

i r deplorable state of mind and probably written and readable, with reference to for the' excellent treat they I fer. We had an excellent meeting last cause (trouble on heavy soils, or those tbeee private hoards are lost and

J, needs a tonic.-Lake City Index. good roads and automobiles. The con-, so happily arranged for the occasion, Sunday. Everyone present took partin without good: drainage. Here t the I money that might do good to needy ,

;: tents are not only of a high order, but and we bespeak for them unbounded I the subject) under discussion. A full water stands for a long: time" on tie( I relatives and friends never comes to '

Two Orlando ministers preached on I are put forth with a most attractive success in their lines of the I I attendance is earnestly desired.A. surface, partially or wholly drowning light. Granny Krag of Fort Plain' N.
"Hell" last Sunday. We knew it was typographical attire. In this regard it serving the crop and destroying useful bacteria Y., loved her son Henry land hi* children -
public. They have one of the most : S. NELSON Chairman.
'ti ,
rather tough to have to live in Orlando is easily the peer of the best magazines, or preventing: them from accomplishing She always had been of a saving -
it that bad. convenient, up-to-date, best lighted and _. 'work because of tbe lack of disposition, but when she died suddenly
:" C' but were not aware was and it is distinctly a cause for pride that
ventilated rooms in Kissimmee which is air on February :25 last relatives \
from cover to cover it is a Florida prod- '
surely a credit to our city, and will car- AN INTELLIGENT ELEPHANTIncident had no Idea what she had don. with
We are glad that the primary uct. We wish the Advocate long life.
ber savIng.. On March 18 the house
ry a complete line of musical instruments Lit Match In Powder Mill.
w, is over, if for no other reason, because shows It has a fine mission to perform in this and merchandise, electric fix- Which Helps to Solve the. Kansas City, Mo.-Llgbtlng a match cat chased a mouse under an old footstool
the Orlando Reporter-Star again state. Discussed ProblemDd that had often
Much been
tures, fans and all equipments pertain- after he had crawled Into a shed to
signs of being edited and has become Animals Thlnkf"LondonRecentJ Granny UB she sewed carpet ,
ing to the music and electric trade. sleep Harry Sutton was killed In an rags
once more one of our most readable exchanges. Tbe cat didn't catch Mr. but
explosion of tons of powder. The Mouse;
t I
I I Boost, Brother Boost! I IEvery I ) an Indian elephant place be had Intended to Inspect was In reaching Into a bole In the lining,
l Big Contract baa covered considerable territory the wareroom of the Excelsior Pow the cat drew out a $20 bill Further

I ...PROTECTION. Me. II. R. Overstreet one of Kissim- toward the solution of the much der mills, near this city search brought to light 8870allgranny'
citizen in a town should be interested mee's most popular fruit and vegetable discussed problem, "Do animals little hoard.

in its pro perity. One of the brokers, baa secured the contract: to blnkT" Ordered to drag a tree which "

+ The Jacksonville;Kissimmee and other best ways to help a town is to speak handle the .enormous peach crop of the proved too. heavy urged and excited'to
Florida papers seem to be right in continue her efforts, the line for real Protection by advocating: well of it. It is true patriotism to Southern Orchard Planting Co., of Kansas which the beast was fastened finallybroke

a the home ouylng of home-made goods. stand bv your own town, and interests City, Mo., and will leave to take and she made a dash for the _

' r Insert the words "United Staten in that effect the town should effect everycitizen charge with 100 hands about July let jungle .250'F .1!
and "Kissim-
place of "Jacksonville" 150
mee," and the Times-Union and Valley I .Times. The orchard comprises 4,000 acres and It was supposed she would mix R
';.' Gazette have struck the key note of ; will yield about 500 carloads of peaches with the wild elephants and be seen i

y Republicanism-"home trade and home The prosperity of a town is not this season, the variety being the Al- no more, but In an hour back she Colgate's '

manufacturing.: "-St. Cloud Tribune. guarded by the wealth of its inhabitants bertas, famous for canning purposes.Mr. came bringing with her two other I I II .,

t The Tribune's logic is a little lame, but by the uniformity with which .
,l8 Overstreet is to be congratulatedon I Cashmere Boquet Talc Powders '
but If buying at home means protection they pull together when any important securing this large contract

'I 't we ',re for it., undertaking i la to be accomplished. A fold everywhere For 25c, a regular ti

$ t man with a thousand dollars at his W. N. SHEATS: THANKS OSCEOLA size package for -

s A SERIOUS MISTAKE.: command and a love for his town in his .

heart can do more for the upbuildingand ; ,,COUNTY' fRIENDS.: 15c''

,, Fort Myers Is th.*beet town'in 1'loriL improving of it than the million- ."

v s'at' ; barring building''Improvmg'end; aire who locks up his capital" and snaps To My Osceola County Friends: Elephants Unite Their Strength. Our*Lone of Colgate's Toilet Articles i is Full and Complete 1,: :
L rapid rate, his fingers home'progress. Besides The offical count of the votes cast in

,' 5 in fact doing anything that Is a sign of every merchant in town should attend the primary of April 30th shows that elephants, and by their united strength COLD CREAM TOILET SOAP ; '
a really good town.-Fort Myers Press '' '
,, the Board of Trade meetings.-Titus- 21,016 loyal friends throughout Florida the tree wa easily moved. After the DENTAL CREAM PERFUMES
+ : We '11 overlook'the this time,
,t ; error ",
finished the two anl-
ville Advocate. approve my candidacy. My opponent in job was .
1j ,' my and will charitably assume that the editor \ ----:- this second primary received ,19,917 Imals" disappeared, but the one For that. trip take Colgate' W. k-End Package t .
.4 of the,Press has not been in Kls- faithfully remained to go forward with .
{ Always have a good word \to say tor vote in the first I am truly gratefulto Y
p aimmee lately. If it happens again, her higher education.
t'; ? bow.ver'we;' shall, 'have to deal summarily your home town. Do not go out of my friends, and if you will continue Say "Colgate's" at
real to be active will be ,
your way to falsely decry estate we victorious on
with.our Fort, Myers contemporary.,. values because has May 28th. Wasps Enjoy Church Service.
))0 just your neighbor CHAS. '
\ Germantown N. T.-Because he al- W. DANN
'1i an offer for his property. Get busy on I see that Mr. Holloway is seeking; '
NUISANCES. lowed a swarm of wasps to build a ,
;i. ,,.5 .NOISY helping plan some much needed reforms through! his advertisements to create nest in the church. Sherman Likely,

i 1, 'h'' ...... . in city government and do not be afraidto denominational prejudice against me by sexton of the Dutch Reformed church. -

,; .We, move that an anti-noise crusade voice your opinion.-St..Augustine publishing an article written by a Me- Is In danger of losing his position.

t ".Jt; < be started (III Kissimme by some kindhearted Record. thodist Minister in which my name f is The wasps nearly broke .up the services 1 1e

I G, r; Individual. Bicyclist and auto- not mentioned, but because I am a and now a committee Is investi I
.I, t ; iota seemtobe vieing with each other The professional man profits directlyby member of the Methodist Church he gating. The swarm made Its home la

t (l( to see which can secure the most rancu the growth of the city. With the would have the people of Florida be- 'the church during two weeks the

,t s fir/ n.erve racking warning signahCand average professional man, as with the lieve I am a party to such an appeal. church was closed Sunday, and when the fires

then vieing with each: other to see which average merchant and manufacturer: I knew nothing of any such an article, were started the worshipers.the wasp. descended

M t '. 'can shatter' the 'atmosphere in' the his clients increase as the city: grows. and would not appeal to any voter. upon upon THE LAST DAY

greatest.numher of places.. There i I. The lawyer finds more business, the denominational grounds. Our public CHECKLESS

i' r really". no.''necessity'"for' the use of a doctor: more patients, the minister school system is, open to any denomination .

+; + i, 'screeching born on a street upon which larger congregations or at least a wider and Mr. ,Holloway is simply ,

;,(, ',the'' 'user of the horn I I. the only living field. Many of the professional men appealing to prejudice when be resorts SATURDAY MAY 18 VT

ai. :l ;.human being;nor is there any use, even are enlisted in enterprise outside of to any such methods. \,t"is ";

y...: ,upon a moderately busy street, for the their profession; they have investments I rely upon upon the people of Floridato the last day of the

,'It ., :.continuous jingle of a 'bell. In New and the value of their investments - go deeper than denominational affiliation ,

:j, ,, ,York City's"most crowded thorough* depends to a considerable extent m passing upon the qualifications sale of 4"

i ,, ; I I fares the noise nuisance would not be on the growth of the city. The commercial of the two candidates: now before you ij

+' t ;, ., 'Permitted to operate;.. be does In Kistsimmee. club is the organized booster for the Important office. of State Super

.t, .. 1. It i* .neither a'sign of-Intelligence pint of the city. It advertises the intendent of Schools. Silk Stripe Voiles 4'

\ ", ., nor of,carefulness to make oneself city; it Is on the lookout for new factories Yours verly truly A

S' an unmitigated nuisance: in the In. ; it encourages the'growth of the 21-1t W. N. SHEATS. ....

k I ''c; ) discriminate of a warning horn or city. A live commercial club is a most 1 25c values 19c

,; belL valuable asset, and It is a powerful influence Card of Thanks.We Y now

j\\\:, ., in increasing the city's population wish to thank those' who kindly 35c values 26c'-f.-' '
Y ; ;GOOD'ROADS' ADVOCATE. and prestige. A commercial club H- ,
.; assisted us during the illness and deathof
can be of the best service when It has 50c values
\ our dear wife and child. now 30c t '
the greatest possible encouragement on
J t We received a'copy of the Automobile G. J. LEWIS; ,
the of the citizen And the
'' ; T :and Good Roads Advocate a couple of I ,part encouragement MRS. ,E. L. MILLER, BETTER
must from GET (
: come everyone IT NOW!
b : /weeks ago but being at the time afflicted who IS I benefited in any way by the Orange Center, Fla. I .

'Y : >If" with a serious ease of pnmarelec- club*. activities.: Cedar Rapids (Ia.) Cadillac. Reginald-Tou may try to hold me i:>.b

,' -' '"tionitis did not comment on this newest Gazette. In like you did last year, but I win i iJ

)4 'f _Child in' the Journalistic, family' of:Florida !, : Automobile, 3Q) h. p., fully equipped, j see ,thatJ go through my vacation KATZ'S ,

/' '':We' desire'to'sajTnow, however, The management of the Pastime Theater top,' with cover, speedometer, windshield this summer unchecked.

3 i"l that'the,,Advocate/which: Is published has had a request for a date for and everything needed. Tires His Father That's. what you will. j
t t ;- ,(f<., :at,.1 ekeon.-lU."bJ'*p. .;Kelly Roberta," the vaudeville company of which Beulah almost new. Car is in first'elass eondltlon -. Ill see that checks to you are out out ., ,-.. ' '

;t ; a "ii )der _the editorship of William Henry I Binford ot' the Beatie/ murder. trial I.i a c Will sell' cheap.'"C/ WAYNII altogether .j .. .. t ;' '0"/.1'<) " ,
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(f The Klsslmmee'Val1eUjaz6tt6,( I Rub My-Tisro, will cure you., 2M8t About,twenty-five'couples tripped the ...w t. .. ., \ ,

,t; TELEPHONE. NO.. u.J' L. E.: Minx has opened a wholesalefish light fantastic toe at the new Band hall, ., .' .

I bouse in the Makinson warehouse over D. K. Blenis's grocery, last even. '

PUBLISHED .EYERY'' FRJDAY ing.; .The, Misses Ford .and Watts and '
M. Katz is in Baltimore, where Mrs.. We Must Turn Them LooseOnefourth "I
, ,,1.' w. 8.-1-IARIi16.. --BY-" Kate ia being treated In a hospiiaV of-town Mr.. Doolittle guests., of' St. Clou, 'were out- l:

,f l Judge Parker spent 'a portion of the Mr. R. De'Witt Brownie celebratinghis ., I

, _n- week on' his orange 'grove at Daven removal to the new Willson' build- off all :'I
port. ,on ,
: Ing on Darlington avenil. with a big

s sS : ..Wea l1e.r.Report A street, sprinkler and sweeper<< has ten days reduction piano sale. Read Ladies9 Hand Bags' and-Purses (.

1 been ordered by the Council.}} Another .his adV in this issue of the Guette. ,

. ". Following are the daily tem Improvement for bur cl.ty. The ladies of' tie V., L S. will have I Until June! lit. '

; perature and precipitation as .. Mrs. Melklejon served a Ice cream and,. cake on sale at the Chat- y
dainty noon
; reported by the Government luncheon at her home on Paradise ter House Wednesday afternoon,.May \ We'have a big line of them in Alligator Black '

,: station at Klsslmmee for the Island Tuesday to Mrs Stanford Mrs. 22.Library.beginning 8:30: o'clock. Benefit and Colors, also Bead and Metal.. '. <' "4j;. ;
week ending May 16, 1912. Bullock and Mrs Canning; I I Ita up to you not! to let the other.fellow "get '
M D. Kelly, who has been clerkingfor
: MAX Mllf. RAnt The new bread food Sweet Potato the Osceola Hardware Co. for the first choice, for. they will sure .move at these

I Friday .. .. 94 6T' . package.Flour. Send A. F.lOc Spawn in' stamps, Kissimroee for trial, past several months, left Monday for '%r/ij\\\/ ,\ prices. Let us show them
Saturday . . 86 72 . Fla. n-tf Plttaburg to resume his position with jo

Sunday.. ... . 84 71 .67 ( the Pennsylvania R. R. Co. Mrs.-Kelly

Monday . , . 93 69 . Miss Ruth Patrick left Wednesday will remain in Kissimmee for the pres-

Tuesday. ... .. 95 72 .. for Shingle Creek, after spending some ent. '
in this city with her sister Mrs. John
Wednesday . 88 71 . Overstreet. Mr. Abbott of Michigan, Chas purchased Jeweler and

Thursday ". . 84 77 ..53'I a lot-from Mrs. E. O. Tatman, C. A. COLE .

The meeting of the Board of Trade 'corner Lake and Aderhold streets and ,

was omitted on Monday night, on account has begun the erection) of a handsome Optometrist .N

of the Commencement exercises.The concrete bungalow which be. will \

regular meeting will be held on residence.. -
occupy as a

THE LOCAL FIELD j the 27th. We are pleased to note that Dr. C. I r,

'I Mr. C. S., Emerson, of'tbe St. L. Hyatt Is fast regaining -flesh and .' .._.ta "

i Petersburg Daily Times, was in the strength and .will-,soon be himself

-..w..w. %%.%% Hx city yesterday visiting his son Clyde, again. The doctor has"been spendingthe :

who is day clerk at the Graystone past few weeks at McLean's turpentine r }

Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.2ltf Hotel. camps inhaling the Health IS THE TITLE GOOD : ,, F

Mr. Slater Reed left last Saturdayfor giving ozone of the pines. 11

Swat the bicycle Bell nusiance. Cowesett, R. I., to spend several Mrs. Koehnir and daughter Almo of

weeks vacation. He will bo joined by Gotha, were visitor at the home of Is the main question and should always be uU.8wered' "
Mr. Thomas L. Waring of Lakeland, Mrs. Reed, who has been in New York Mrs. (;.'W. Griffin Wednesday. Mrs. ,!-
disinterested The
was in the city Tuesday. by a authority. ,
for some time. Koehnir was one of the first settlers in *! ;,
Miss Almena Leitner went to Bartow All work entrusted to Kissimmee Au- her home town., TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY( ;
Tuesday for a few days visit. to Garage and Machine Company will
have prompt attention. Satisfaction Mr. Chas.: Bass has purchased a bot- will search and examine' the title to the land which you are adout to purchase, in ,
J. B. Crum, of Bartow was in the guaranteed. 15-tf outfit which he is installing in -.
tling Osceola County, elsewhere in Florida, and if found to be good will guarantee

city Sunday.Mr. Messrs. Joel M. Yates and Henry T. the old Valley Gazette building. He you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid taxes and'adverse claims. r, 9 '

II. L. Gibba, of Ocala, pent Bags have purchased the Walter Bass expects to begin operations in the next It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against im- ..'

Sunday in Kissimmee. market, and took charge Monday morning : few days. perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issue a

last. The style of the new firm of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of Title. '
Mr. J. B. Corlett, of Cleveland, 0.. Wanted-10O milk cus-

has been in the city this week. will be Yates & Bass. tomers. Phone 235 Kis- The Title Guarantee Company does a General 1 Abstract Business throughout the State of Florida a t,

Mr. P. J. Kemper, of Orlando, transacted The dray horse belonging to Mr. Sessions Abstracts to City and County Property made and delivered on. short notice "x* rl'

business here Monday.Mr. was frightened Wednesday while simmee Dairy Co. City

near the sawmill and ran away, demolishing .
J. H. Halley, of Loughman, wasa the wagon. Delivery. l5-lt Title Guaranty Cotnp'y ;

business caller Monday.Mr. Three auto loads of Odd Fellows from AI
Mr. J. W. Squires cashier of the ,
this attended initiation by the '
and Mrs. M. B. Fowler made a First National Bank and Mr. Scriber, city an Capital Stock $tOOOOO.OO \ .j
St. Cloud lodge on Tuesday night.
l business> trip to Peghorn Monday. real estate dealer of St. Cloud, were ,
There were six cundidatea!. Sor degrees CARROLL JUDSON President EDWARD A. NASH Secretary i .;
here on business Wednesday.If ,
Mrs. W. W. Smith, of Palatka, is from this city.
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. S. Gilbert. V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer TOOMER &: REYNOLDS, Gea. Counsel -
I choice, anal you are particular, Mr. Edward Canning has rented the \ \ "

The grocery store of M. Bailey, at phone 186 for accuracy and dispatch.Will Meiklejon residence on Paradise Island Home Office, Bisbee Building Branch Office, t', t_.'
call and make estimates from your .
Fla. Kissimmee. Fla.
St. Cloud, was closed last week. own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer for the summer and moved his familyover

C. has been the and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 6-tf on Wednesday. Mr. Canning and : t tI
J. Clayton spending LEWIS O'BRYAN Manager Kissimmee Branch t; 'I ;
family have been stopping at the Gray- 1
week in Orlando.Mr. The Nail Brothers, of Hattiesburg I '

Prentis went to St. Cloud Wed- Miss., have located Kissiinmee. They stone for the,past several weeks. _- --, J .

nesday on business. are timber estimators and will open an The girl's or the boy's graduationthe .....
office here. June wedding-these are happy ; .
Mrs. Chase of St. Cloud: spend Mon- events which mark epochs in the lives --- '

day night in KI.. mmee. Dr. L. B. Warren, financial secre- of the youpg people. Surely such important 'S
tary ofCblumbia college, at Lake City, events are worth a picture. SOLOMON B. AULTMAN, Pre. W. M. FfcRREu., Vice Pies &Mgr. G. W. WATSON, See. & Tress. II '
Mr. Nlc Uarco, capitalist of Crystal inter- You can get them at Wilder's Studio.
was in.the city this week in'the .
River, was Kissimmee visitor Wednesday Make the appointment today. It "
a eot of the institution OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY ,

F. H. Jenkins surveyor with assistant
Mrs. Miller, from Orlando, and her .
Mr. Dozier Leitner began the erection sister,. Mrs.' Brown, from_ Nebraska, J.' A. Davis, left for the Whitman Planing. Mill and Novelty Works .
of house Verona street tract, on west lhore'of Lake: Tohope- ,
a new on have been visiting at the home of Mrs.E. '
this week.It A. Blenis. kaliga, Monday morning. The entire ,ii Br(,
tract will be laid out in five-acre lots] __ p
snowed in Maryland Monday., It Ei .
Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine and placed upon the market P is
was not'notlceable in Kissimmee, how- |: r :
Company handles all kinds of auto sup tWt'ABB' lr.,1, i'f i'< .i'. f .
ever. casings, inner tubes, pumps F. W. Stalker, editor of the Journal, ::

jacks, plugs, etc. 15-tf and wife left Saturday for St. Peters- I '
Mr. T, L. Curry has four houses to E 1 1Q
will be about two
burg. They gone
overhaul for the Kissimmee Lumber The Maddock.-Field players, present- l5'
weeks, Eidtor Stalker taking a much
ing a repertoire of high class comedies g
Company. needed rest. Mr. Powell has chargeof .! ,t'S'
and dramas, come to the Pastime June
Mrs. G. F. Kribbs and Mrs. Caldwell the during Mr. Stalker's ab- .
6th, for a three days' engagement.Mr. paper 1ia f!. (
went to Narcooasee Monday on a visit nce. ::; ,...
for a few days. J. M. Willson. Jr., and Mr. Dozier 1111 1:! S'
Mr. S. D. Bailey arid daughters. Hazel : &" i
Leitner will their offices this
The united effort of the ministers of move and Irene, arrived from Sioux City, l'
week into the new Willson block: on !
the city Is being made to secure a chau- V Iowa, Sunday, and registered at the '
tauqua here next winter. Darlington avenue. New Central hoteL They are lookingfor 2.:3: cQ: P.r:'_ .

You will miss a great treat if you The ladies of the V. I. S. will have a location in or near Kissimmee. and n ?'afrl

W. H. Troutman sins; ice cream and cake on sale at the Chapter expect to remain. By.dealing with us you will be able to get Just what you want, and in a specified time, be.lde..WE WILL SAVE'SAVE .
fail to hear Mr. House Wednesday afternoon May .YOU from.10 to 16 PER CENT. 'We are located.on private switch and load directly Into. ara.-,,_ .
at the Pastime theater tonight. 22, o'clock. Benefit : When you want anything in the auto-
I mobile Kissimmee' Auto Garage LUMBER COMPANY Inc.
Library. line'give OSCEOLA K19ii1MM8t.PLORIDA.
Messrs..A. Aspland and J. 1 E. Beigerof ; I, I and Machine Company a trial. \
Winona, Minn., arrived here Monday Mrs. G, F. Kribbs and Miss Rodgers We will rive you satisfaction or try 1

and will, settle on the prairie. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick- mighty hard. Our shop i I. in charge of
enson at Narcoossee a few days the skilled mechanics 15-tf \ ;J a
of under the direction >- : ).fn. S. B, Aultman, who is In chargeof
large men
, .... Have you seen our white put week. Prof. and Mrs. R. M. Evans Master A crew '
hats They're "right smart"felt and only of Local Superintendent Berdell, the work of. gathering supplies for Union
I Center
$1.60. Lawson' Cash Store. Miss Elms Smith entertained a Fred Evans and MisS" Laura Thomaswill of the Alabama Paving Company, be I. the flood sufferers, asksthat all who r '
of eight ladies and gentlemen at leave Monday tor Oxford, Georgla,
In- party ) work' laying brick on Emmett contribute anything to the boxes shall ;,
L. II. gan
Mr. S. L. Lupfer and Mr. extended visit to Mrs. Evans'sparents.
her home on Orlando avenue Wednesday on an ts in their uPon the in 'These ,re'busy'days "
Cloud street on Tuesday. The"curbing place names packages for oUr :pros4j.
gram; made a business trip to and The professor will return in
evening. were played place on this street from Stewart ave- order that credit may be given and the parcel and hsppy people in this vicinity i
Wednesday. time to his school, for
begin summer !
served. .
refreshments nue to Clyde avenue, and the brickwork reports be properly made. Mrs. Ault And you can see the smile beginto., '
the middle of ,
"BooAa's Straight" and "Osceola"solicited. The dang of the h ammer can be pupils July. will be completed in a few days. man states that six boxes of splendid broaden as the d&7for' ,the luselouawatermelon.

Best 5 cent: cigars.; Box trade lo-tf heard in every Direction, in fact you At the Chapter House, Monday, May clothing, etc., were sent last week to to ripen draws J near ",

34th Ladies' Aid of the Christian Ellsworth and the sufferers, and that prob- '
can scarcely go on a street or, avenuein Mr. J. H. secretary Mississippi Mrs. John hash came to Lake Breec
Mr. T. J: Nethery of Thomas, Okla., Kissimmee but what there Is a'new church will entertain those who so treasurer of the Kissimmee Farm ably an equal number of boxes will be last week and will remain '

was In this city last, week on a prospecting building going up. 'kindly took part .in the little comedy, Land, Bond Loan tit Investment' Company I sent this week to Louisiana.Mr. I with her husband who is completing: this weeK the,, "', 'y ; i

: trip; Qunker's Corners and the 'orchestra arrived in the city this'week and Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon left .' ''
Mr. G. W. Pruyn and Miss Margerett carpenter work on Mr. Ira.Wetbeiw ;1'
.whose music helped make the evening from his home in Washington, D.'C.- Wednesday evening for their ,;.
Mr Chu. Page tonsorial artist at Lynn, !of St. Cloud, took out a license summer bee's house. *
a success Mrs. Stanford and Mrs. and will remain in Kissimmee indefi y !I-
borne at Calgary Canada. From there
the City barber shop, spent Tuesday and were married Thursday last by the i Miss Lessie Hay. who was one of the ..
,ree eiving. I nitely. He sees many Improvements they will to Vancouver B. c. be-
Hsskett of the St. Cloud Presyterian :
graduates of
night in St. Cloud. Re'( Kisaiamee was home
visit and is
I ksinee his last
in the
city fore Kissimmee
> church. Mr., T. 'JI' Mahoney director of exhibits returning to in the falL over Sunday with her parents.Mr. \
Mesdantes F. A. Key and J. D. of the Chicago Land Show, was Well pleased. The surveyors are now Mr. ant': Mrs. Meiklejon have a beautiful -
W L. Wetherbe'e
Wednesday in St. The large sign'of Vf.: L. Van flexor in on the company's; holdingssooth home Paradise Island and wife .and .
Woodbeck .spent In the city on Wednesday. Be met a camp on are >children the '
real estate let loose one end of its fastening of the city cutting up their lands Kissimmee's most enthusiastic were guests of Mr.: and'
Cloud I of leading business of this among ,
party men ,
Mrs Ira. H. Wetberbee ;
Sunday It t
afterroon and. ..truck'thewalk roads and wasthe
Monday into five-acre locating
Mr. and Mrs. Meiklejoh left city at the office of the Nelson Realty first trip for the little "? "
Wednea-I' with a crash. Fortunately no one ditches. preparatory to the early sale daughter- ri"JI.
Co.. and explained the show. The.matter "
for Canada where they "Lillian. ;v : ;
day ,
at the time. of the a t'
ahd property.Mr.
was passing development
the summer. of securing an', exhibit for this coun- A Summer School.for (,tt' ) '
For Sale:-1 carpenter's tool chest ty will be taken up by the'Board of Church services are being well. attended ' ', '
the benefit of the pupils of the
entertained. and. Mrs. J. T. Tucker, who
The Little Helpers were and tools. The new International Trade. and a Young People's Christian
owning. volume. The recently came to this city from Castaway public school Who have work to makeup '
Wednesday by Miss Lucile ? : Victionery Endeavor has been. organized with ,
Cake and cream was served. Century and Enclyclopedia 6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case W. Vs.. have purchased cottagein during the summer Prof. R. M. about twenty members.. They i' ,
with stand 1O-volumes. Also my fine of Chills & Fever; it acts on the liver north Kissiinmee from clerk of the Evans has decided to teach a summer gavetheir '4 f;
Smoke "Boone' Straight" and "Os I... C.. Smith; 12 gage shotgun. Call at better than Calomel, and does not gripe; school, beginning about July 16th and first social last Saturday 'night aV;
ceola." None better. Made In Kis residence in the old State Bank build or sicken. 25c. 21-18t court R. G. Johnson and .will make the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. $. Funk ."i i iat ii
10-tf Wm. M. Lewis. their borne here in the future. Both lasting six weeks.
simmee ing. Lakeside Villa. A, pleasant. tIme
Mr.C. V.,, Norfleet { Kansas City, g. '
with and
delighted our city en- '
of Jacksonville, S. S. Souders left Tuesday 'for are Large was had by all present. The Sunday '
!III'. Chas. Heidt Mr. klo., manager,of \b&$ uthem Orchard deavor to persuade some of their West FOR D-room bouse and
School la also
and called he to represent the being well attended, with'geod
topped over between trains Ohio, where goes Planting Co., was in the city Jut Virginia friends to come down and beautiful, spacious grounds on Main f,
upon his brother-In-law Mr. C. W. Peninsula Highland Co., of Loughman.He week to see Mr. H. R: Overstreet on them. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker became street, in North Kia immee. Price Interns

Griffin Wednesday.All expects ,to be away,, about six !Business connected with the packingand join interested in this section through $25 per, month. Nelson Realty Co. The Union Center Sunday School wilt'

'kinds of Oils and Polishes kept I layand months. shipping of 'the large, peach crop reading the Gazette 12-tt haves picnic under the "o k." between ', 1 ?
Mr. Wetberbee's and Mr. Funk's *.-
stock by Klssimmee Auto Garage The associate editor was the guest on which his company will market, this FOR RENT-A 6-room Cottage. on May 25th. A table will be provided' it i: r,

Machine Company U..t' *. Monday' of;Mr..and Mrs. R.: 'W. Meikle season. Mr Norfleet states that the We'want to sell them 2i-tf. GUICK & BBATTON. large enough to accommodate all. It la., .

'Mr/.WB.Makinson: laying the jon on Paradise Island and wllK within Southem'Orchard Planting Co; 'haseooo'acres 'cheap. Ten milk. the desire of the School: that all eat.;: "*.:'*?.., "
: some'sccount of of "Elberta' peach'etI'In cows, FOR RENT-Three room bouse ables be placed on this table.: Everybody -* t
water the street,, tq, his a week or two present stable chicken house garden'and with y I
across Kissimmee come well filled A
pipes $25 to $50. a basket.,
island which lies so near Arkansas and ",600.acre.. of pecans 1 InLouiaisns. , jost limits ... ,
before this attractive: I land. outside city W. H.
vacant lots on north: Broadway. ',, I Co. pronamJ. being.prepared for part ,.oC: ", I
... this city-: / .i- 'tI : : Dairy. ,16-tf Jones at ice plant. ' .
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; ; Pcnsacola Journal Says He BARAGER

fa AnnouncementSPECIAL Does It Is Human .

Ii' t: The Valley Gazette has,from PAPER ir

j time called attention to the .,
of tree planting In this city. Haaalng sad

Ii lowing pleasing editorial on this Decorating; Specialty

: ta from the Pensacola Journal: Shades etc.
; : } ,. There Is, a fine' patience and -
J .. charity In'' the man who plants Barlow's Horse.and
.. : :, , No one action better typifies.> Cattle Powde/s'' and
purpose of'bur living A
Poultry Food : :
lie who plants a tree may

joy its shade or gaze upon DROUGHTS BLDG
SA'LE'1 grown splendor, but l he Is: NEW YORK AVE.

4f he can to make the world> 3
f V \\1 and 'happier dwelling place : Cloud, Fla.

; ===== OFAN who come after him. tits
The tree is thing of
I ,
!' terest and beauty at any season

1 1J spring when its buds and 'j'jI

h opening, in the summer when It REAL[ [ESTATE FOR SAIL I,

,\\J canopy of glorious green ,,.

!; I" \ pose, in the autumn when it winter home sites situated!
t OS flings forth its brilliant colors, Lake Region Florida.
< ': '" the winter when Its bare brancl and Farming Lands In large
' ;' I like etchings against a sky of tracts. ,

I 1 "I .'I From the first it has PROPERTY A SPECIALTY!

.' with shelter,and fuel. Under your property with me for quick %
dome the greatest charter of

rights has been signed; the "
greatest treaties have there been M.. Breaker & Co
: t t't
J. BEGINNING TODAY AND LASTING ten; and the surrender of great

has been concluded there. But KISSiMMEfe. PL:\. 't

tree human history would be a
soon told.Beneath. Administrator's Notice. ", ,

the tree the i of 8t.Ut of ,
( .TEN'DAYS rested and found strength and ; .OtiCeola of hhsdwfck County. M. Chandler Florid De- I

J'r there lovers have trysted I In hereby given, to all whom It may
Dull will M dmlalntriior
love first illumined the world of the
: 8badwlok M Chandler dace..Red.on
Adam and Eve were tempted day, ion of July r". Farkor.A. D., IU12 County apply Judge to the In
f paradise; there children have old l count, at his office In Klmilmmee
ji" and restored it; to the soothing ', Hald...'lu,county r .. the matter at 10 oolix ran be a.heard m.,ores for I
g man ever has turned with his : ; to mill' at public or prtveI..eie' the
.e M of naiu ematn In the I
,'" and found calm and peace. real enlaua lu ...''d county, to following wit:

; rest He, love who, plants hope, a tree, plants for I :of east\hxMtloil. ,.Inim'' Ihu quarter Jn,iioiilh lownshfp of hall the of**>the aouthwent:Mouth"aouth-of
peace )

I\\ : \ $25 TO $$50 REDUCTION[ ON ALL PIANOS ones gone leave who Is will it not come a noble his way when ...*half."li quarter lor application of of the the nucli being nouiheaftt ftoiithunet talo/will IAJ now: be quarter.quarter.ou....baited..file more In of,upon laid and the or

There IP nothing in which God I May 9th. A. D It'll\
so little of us and gives so much W. W. CHANDLER Ailmlniiitrator.

'' It is desire make music that Kissimmee be the planting of a tree. )He ..
to store
a justly
my may soil, the seed, the moisture, Notice. of Election.

t'4i' ;i of. I do this with When shine, the air-aye, and the I .... .with.
proud can only your support. you buy a piano pulse to do our own little part .. ,provided It the In law In announced MUflh eases
... here
: Kissimmee standard planting comes from Him, too. nrhool that an tioiifte el""(' ttc'hool No be 7,held at.
l from in priced instrument o.-n.
me your money stays you get a . Klurfala.ou Monday.June'SdV: :

ft1 1 and one that I am willing to risk my reputation as a musician. and FAKEAGENTSMesmerizing I the HixH'iai following, purpose' :Tax1 territory nlng: : vie whether.I ahall

-} t r't. Is :: at the mouth of the canal leading
Tohopekallga( to :aka
;, dealer on. Hucksters of what canal known haul hake an E.Tuhonekallira"lport! Utenoe; .. .

k When buy from someone out of town out of Useless Wares Are Abroad. tho north the margin' boundary East" Lake Itn, or Tohoeka Heotlon
: you your money goes ,
\ ")\ Townnhlp' )
; Range; + : \ :theoaews o. \:
: town with him and if there is kick kick With the opening of ,- Hue:dividing. I..u.( ).east Twenty: .nine 12:!III) .fr.fL
; any coming you can yourself. of all descriptions, representing (.10)), thence south one (1)) mile;
I' thing from shoestrings to :: " Lake.TohopekaiIn of Lake Totiopekeligato; thence fol-

-1 : Please don't be fooled by people 'who are here, one day and are gone infesting the country side. Some beginning.: Very 8.reepw O. PaBTUT Ifnlly,. 4

; ': ; the next; who may tell you they are cutting the price on their pianos--- but be all usually right and they their have goods a cheap all 'ty1'Z.... to determine W.who O.perils HIMMOIMLC'LIT shell _, KtO.ry...

which they seek to sell at 150 N of meld dlitrlct for two yean
\ per
but do know ? the election and to fix the number
you they are profit by means of a rich, ; District School Tax to be levied and
annually for the aald

' 1 ,1,' Now, when I offer"'you.$25 to $50 reduction, it, is on makes that I have oily that, is flowof annoying speech to the and busy,an : J', K. Hharpe"were) )_ W,i.appointed:O Pronll"Haralav, two:,to clerk I year,act Lawrence,..old

,\ The agent realizes that if he once order of the Hoard or rublld In-
r ' ;R Been) handling here in the past, pn which a majority of'.the. people know his spiel under headway he has a .Oaavola A. D. lUll"ouat,., F'orida. tbla 7th

,... chance of giving it to the end ( ) W. C. BASS
the prices and which I shall handle at their standard after Chairman.
( original prices .
: hook: or crook, influencing a sale., : W i 8u... Supt. SMI

I this sale. .. To get this start the agent, as _ __ '_h____
as the door is opened, thrusts a Kissimmee Library.

I also have a new line of Victor Victrolas and records which I shall be that across it the is exceedingly threshold hard with for the the Library offers to Its .i.iI.iy

1', pleased to demonstrate. of the house to get rid of the a list of over four hundred
the best authors
It will be their own fault if any or all of

L Come in and let's better acquainted. these pestiferous agents before have the privilege of reading
ti get $2, which secures a single
? is over go limping from a banged
1 or $6 for I
family memo
,. to a doctor's office to have the
Capt. Trench the
(ion of a few toes completed. librarian
you a membership card for
Later on, too, will come the
amount. Library in State
: stranger desiring to sell to the 8-tf
R. DE.WIrT BROWNKISSIMMEE some fencing or machinery, etc.,
low price-a little money in fire Signals. .'

and a note or two signed clinches
No. I. Central portion of city
bargain and in a few days or ,
: blast of whistle.
: J\\ signer realizes how badly he has No. 2. North Kissimmee.---- two-. -
r l; ; j -- Stung. of whistle. ,
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S.South Kissimmee, three 1"
T D 'If you buy of agents see that of whistle. 8-tf
,' are representing home firms, firms
*' n; : flORIDA'S SUMMERTIME I we raise forage crops, such as corn, Credit Due to fagg. vou know are putting up Ic
I /- sugar cane, beggar weed, velvet beans, FIRM FOUNDATIONNothing the materials they sell. They are Home on Verona Street.
: etc. The citrus season will be over The following editorial from the Jacksonville here for once only and to cheat $4,000.A beautiful six-
P Heated Months Best Time for Prospecting and all houses closed. Thetourl.ta Metropolis will be of interestto ;
I IL packing the many who met Mr. Can Undermine It In Kistim- they are here to sell to you tear new and up to date, as
) In This State. will have all left and the big year and their aim is to give all modern conveniences,
( during his recent visit to
t hotels will be closed. It will be quiet, Kissimmee, mee. goods at honest prices combined toilet, two lavatories, hot'
Persons interested In Florida or who but the best time for Inspection. and who became interested in the People are sometimes slow to recog- good service. water, cabinet, electric
''t' intend to buy land here, should 'come in Lakeland News. 1 splendid work he I.I doing in Florida: nize '
true merit and they cannot be- Then you buy your furniture, furnished complete, in-.
a'the, summertime: We very strongly Great credit is due to
M. blamed/for have hardware, Nice flowersand shrub
v recommend this., Splendid Investment Fagg, so many been hum- your groceries, your
superintendent of the
i b r In the'summer you tee the land at IUvery No. 466.-It; certainly is exasperatingto I Hpme Society of Florida, for Children's the bugged in the past. The experience of ments, your fencing,your lumber, .Large lot, fronting 1471
excellent -
clothing, etc., of reliable home street, extending back
wont. If there Is ever: chance see an opportunity of making big, work he has accomplished in hundreds of Kissimmee residents expressed -
who are of! the deep. A splendid homed de
t, of water standing on land it .will show quick money, and' then not be able to the city and state. publicly through agents big
newspapersand that location. Terms be
millions Invested can ar
' ,Jn the summertimei.This Is, the period I take hold of it. We can't buy all the I It is. with pleasure that his friends other turning half fk
sources, places Doan's Kid- goods that are to the of purchase price.
up highest
1 & ,of,rain. It rains quite' heavily almost good things we see, and we are willingto learn that he has been elected state Pills firm
ney on a foundation here. ty and backed by guarantee.- must be seen to be appreciat-
? 3 'evel'J' afternoon from,June to October. pass them along to our friends. secretary for the 'National Probation Mrs. R. 1.. Seaver, West Portage ville Sun. us show it to you. :
_,This is, of course the hottest period.. Here's a sure one-113 acres all platted : Officers' Association. He is well fitted street:, Kissimmee Fia.
H. M.
+ says: "I think BREAKER &; Co. .'
1. .Come ,down and ,be convinced that and ready for sale In five and ten acre for the work in which he is engaged, just as highly of Doan's Kidney Pills '4
o- 9 t Florida in the summer is not'near'as tracts, located within lj miles of our and is deeply interested in the promo- today as I did when I publicly recom- Small Home at a Sacrifice.' I '

'warm as in your Northern cities during passenger depot, on and in close prox. tion of juvenile courts throughout the mended them some years ago. Backache No. 466.-$776 will purchase a : Residence Lot.
i bested spells. We ,,have continued !imity to the best hard road in Osceola | country.Mr. caused new five-room cottage in Carson !
me a great deal of suffering Fine, large, vacant corner
'warm 'Weather, day after day, built county. We are offering the tract in a Fagg has been honored becauseof and there was soreness through my ; tion. House is located on two lots ; feet, close to lake. Splen
:clever gets hot in the sense that you body at a'very attractive price. No his recognized worth and his broad loins and this made it very difficult for 164 feet each, close to the lake, good neighborhood. We

)' know it at times in the North.>, Thevenlngi further expense necessary to place it interest in the work for children, and me to stoop. I was also bothered by you will enjoy the cool breeze from this large lot at the
t1i always cool. on the market in small tracts. See Iske constantly. This is of the very
are comfortably us. Jacksonville and the entire state of the kidney secretions and I slept so one of $400 cash. H. M. Break-
s If._there' are any mosquitoes, they are 18-tf \ H. M. BREAKER & Co.: Florida has cause for pride. poorly that when 1 got up in the morn best bargains we have bn our list, ; 16-t(

p rri'present in., the, summertime.! Plan to Mr. Fajrg is never found wanting in ing I was all tired out Doan's Kidney considerably more money than we rS,1
g { p f'' '- make your inspection between June Executor's Notice. I interest in movements looking'toward Pills, which I obtained at the Kissim- asking for it. We will be pleased Farm for Sale.
"'}':'Rind .October., All persons indebted to the estate of improved social conditions and has mee Drug Co., gave me relief from show you this property.
""" Yea, ,will not find the farmers very Mrs Martha Pearce, widow of Jno. M. frequently written valuable articles these troubles and restored me to good 18-tf ,H..M. BREAKER & Co.Nice -: % secure. a six-room
Pearce late of DeSoto County, --on-lot-eontaining--
busy during that period Florida raisesVegetables are reque.ted which have helped in setting before the health."
to make settlement
r. at once, Home Close land within three blocks of
to Lake.
rv {; when you of, the North are and all parties holding claims against people the importance of the ,work in For sale by all dealers Price 60 of the city. This la. fine
)' ? not producing: ( em. She could not i the estate are likewise requested to .which he Is engaged. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, No. 460-A new broom cottage, with two'artesian f

+ compete with,your home-grown vegetables present next twenty same days., duly .tteated.1tb1n the Florida is fortunate in having secured New York, sole age3G. the United largHots. 60x164 feet each, property, and if properly" l
f 'Jn1" W. Mr. Fagff as .superintendent well of artesian
summer. only raise KOBT. L. PEARCE of the States. water, fifteen crops' should for' the '
j qocgh for.'local consumption during j Administrtor.Bassenger Children a Home Society, and the best Remember orange.trees.. Call and see_this.. pay "
two '
to It is the naueDoaneandtake years.A cash .
way propo-
} y.,, '','",.",,,, the,.heated. spelt, During the summer Fla.; May, 4, 1912. 20-2t prove in his efforts to assist for good.the superintendent -' no ,other.? } sition. Price $1,200.. H. M. Dr ./ ' ;
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The' Waters' &. CarsonGrocery ', Writes Entertainingly-, of" Well Man Will-. Distribute'.; l Kis. ry).Feed and 'Sale Sables Fl:.

t Known Manufacturer. simmee Cucumbers to Neighbors. :
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A. f. Spawn, resident of Ki's8Immee"pure The following letter, received by Mr. j KINDS, OF HEAVY HAULING ,e
CompanyWholesale food apoitie and maker of many L. H. Ingram Is a compliment alike to A SPECIALTY' I

food products with odd sounding name. the Valley Gazette and to the fertile;

such as dasheen, sweet potato and cai- soil of Osceola county. Mr. Ingram ... New .apply bl' Agent for the
and Retail Dealer In- says flour, dried b nanas,' marmaladesof inform the,, Valley Gazette that he i .:\ Rubber-tiro' i'

orange, grapefruit and shaddock would send the writer a handsome I

QROCERIE'S' rinds, and many other tood products' assortment of Kissimmee'; truck farm Ph9one Phone
which ,serai-tropical'.produce can be products; and doubtless before the end B. A. McADOO

turned w. In Tampa yesterday. of next week. Norfolk, Neb., will con. L. .J ,

.. ,;, Mr Spawn' had a grievance, and It Is ,taro several Kissimmee' enthusiasts. wwirififww ir-vi"u vlv

WEI'SELL WE BUY little wonder' that' tie ,felt aggrieved .The letter follows; I i !!!!

ie has been trying to sell some of his Mr. L. H.-Ingram, :

shredded cocoanut to local dealers. Kissimmee, Fla.

HAY HIDES '. Vlth one exception they bed, : turned Dear Sir:
',GRAIN FURS.- him down. I am a subscriber to the Kissimmee g

1 "CHEAP COCOA NO fcOOD." Gazette and see by that paper that you r"'
FERTILIZERS "Why should we buy yours at twen- have about 10 acres of fine cucumbers.
:SHINGLES: ,, y-five cents a pound, when we can I[ am inclosing you $2.00 for which 't11 is Great &Bl00d :r\

AND. get plenty of it at ten cents. t" they please pack and ship: me a, basket or

ORANGE BOXES ... a ked.'- crate full. Would like about a Medicine, .,
ALL "The stuff they get at ten cents is bushel basket full and if the Inclosed '"

ORANGE WRAPS made in Ceylon" said Spawn. ''It l is amount is not enough; I will remit yell Known,to .the

VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE made from what la left after the cscoa- the balance. Toe express on a bushel World

nut oil is pressed out and used for other will be about 2.80 from Kisiimmee to

CRATE NAILS products. Norfolk: which I will pay at this end
I' To-Day. .
and it takes from fourto, six days to V
"Not a particle of the oil, the most r ,

t We sell field nutritious part of the nut is left. If come. I am very much interested inFlorida"and / '.'Varwdy 41Net' orlsfe loads from. N,,
hi and garden seeds of all l kinds. n 1. of Indian
U g : it were, they could not,sell the stuff at expect to come to Kis ......or*** horba found.....tba banka of....Tar ,
,\;\' We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping ten cents a pound. What Is left, l i. l simmee this fall and make my home 2 'l/ the RI.Juloa.. in axtraetad North Carolina whila the Th.plant plant la In ara froah...b.and..a-raan. and .' 'S ,

"part.les. ** worth about as much for, food as shredded there for good. ,,I merely want the .no million oplata of, In thl.w.kind.DO"iodide the"' potaah or other kapt.ontnaral Na narcotic......., t" ,

'. \ I f Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. sawdust, but they load It down with cucumbers to give to my ,friends here .It I.N......'.any own _..". ads to-day. aaaotly like It wee forty d' s
t"' vie and flour and sell it. Its small as'I want to show them what I raised _" N
1 are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask U> for circular glucose TH CA4TOHIA CTVTTOW' UFO. CO., Y,
value may be judged by the fact that in Florida Can you put me up a nice GAl CONI"-. *. C.Dma '

) and prices on fertilizers. they bring It from Ceylon and sell it assortment of other vegetables or ''1 '. MU. rBKSONl ..... .... ,
fruits? If so let me know and I will About two raan ace I vu rest M"T bad wok*t. ''
here for that sum. aa traauaaat I trial doM.d .."tvllal. I war aSona I. air' anaa '-aaek aa4 '
1\' send you some more money for same.I alfataat pan al.. tile boar. I*u aot abla to walk it all..1 tile.....was -. .
I r "That there is no oil in It may be f Altar' laalat tba aocMVa traatawat did m*aa rooi.I triaa Mia. Ice fanaa't aaaaadr w
want something nice to show to my U4 altar taklac. II battlM wai partaolr*aU again. I"U a waaaarlal awaldaa aa< I I IMeaot
known by the fact that jft does not friends: and to advertise Florida. 1 am woo-oced ll MO.alattr.. .. a. W. C AT.
National League spoil. If it were not stripped of oil, it I
. not in the real estate business nor own PURE BLOOD MEANS GOOD HEALTH
of CommissionMerchants would turn rancid like butter in the hot 1
MAKE NO MISTAKE of the I any land there but want to buy some. Without .... blood, good health I.Impoaalbla. If ro\hava 1 Inpnra Mood
'I climate. I, know what it is, for 1 have .
United States Thanking I remain, la your .".t.... you ara llabla to._".0'oontaitoua_. You can
seen it made and know just how it is you tone. w your aratam and !put good, twraWooa In roar .otna by vainc ,
... : .
Southern Shipper Respectfully \JoaParaon'a With pun blood' tbra your bodydlaaaaa It
Number 60 done. What's more. I saw a shipment cannot let a bold upon ,_. P.._'._fas0A. said curessU /
SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE. W. C. Ahlman atoroa In ei.00 bottl_ Sl.> bottlaa If.00 or 11 bottlaa It ill
of it seized! at Sydney Australia once Norfolk Auto Works. dlaaaaaa. eauaad by impure blood. It..,... all raqulraoaanta of the Pen rood and
1 and burned as being* in violation of the Proprietor. Drug JUnwa, for oftaatJmonlalaandoUiarTaluablaliitormatlon.addroaa." ; 1'
S. H. & E. H. FROST pure food law, Norfolk, Nebraska. MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY CO, XlTTRELL, N.'C.

"PURE FOOD LAW A FAKE." KaJ ladlaa Btma CUor Mill aa4 Was Mill ara tile ac tMca S... ........ taawl Fiaa. ' '

., COMMISSION MERCHANTS "This country ought to have a pure I INSPECT CANNERY

food l law like that, instead ot the fakeit .

-c Hs ESTABLISHED 1865 has !got." Brook ville People Pleased WitbSpawn's

Mr. Spawn went on to point out that / .
with competition like that it is a hard Factory. ,ANNUAL EXCURSIONTO

t FRUITS AND VEGETABLES thing for a manufacturer who makes Brooksville, May 8.:-L. Mayer and E. 1

honest roods to get along. He has C. Ddolittle who have purchased the

been trying to Introduce his cocoanutand local canning factory returned from
dome of his many other products, Kissimmee .on Tuesday, where they

St. .New York but has found it rather an uphill struggle went to observe the factory recently
St. Cor.
319 Washington ,
though; he makes some remarkable installed by A. F. Spawn. The Kissimmee South Georgia and West Florida

I References!-Aetna Mat'l Bank, Mercantile Agencies; showings of fact with his various pro- plant embraces machinery for

ducts. evaporating certain vegetables and \ VIAATLANTIC .
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AND EXPERIENCE COUNT' He is at the head of the Kissimmee making flour of some of them and the
Fruit and Vegetable Evaporating Can- Brookaville men became interested. COAST

a-l-tt: ning and Preserving Works and is putting After making a thorough irlspection' LINE.E .

out a number of products made of of the Spawn factory Messrs. Mayer

Florida fruits and vegetables found at and Doolittle became convinced that MONDAY, MAY 27, 1912 I '

our very doors. Among the products the Kissimmee man has some valuable
Tickets on sale May 87th limited to June 3d, 1912
being made by the factory are dasheen processes which they will want jto

flour made from the Taro root, a nativeof adopt and it is more than likely thatas ROUND TRIP FROM KISSIMMEE: TQ?
I &. S. BUZZ.SON the Sandwich Islands which will soon as they get their cannery in ,
Valdosta Ga. Monticello Flu.
$5.5O $5.5O
grow; luxuriantly in this state ; cassava good running: order they will arrange ,

1 and Concrete flour, from the cassava root, which is to install some of Mr. Spawn's ma- Thomasville. Ga., '5.50 B i' bridge, Oa:, 6.50

Cement extensively used abroad for human fond, chinery. .
Boston, Ga. 5.50 River Jet., Fla.. 6.5O y
: but which is generally used here as a Brooks villa people have been favc red ;
Kind'sSlDEW ,
stock food ; banana flour; sweet potato with several packages of Mr. Spawn's ,
I A SPECIALTY flour; evaporated cocoanut; evaporated: evaporated products and his flour, e., For tickets or reservations, oall on ,
ALKS pumpkin ; kumquat marmalade;.orange; the dasheen flour the material nearest A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or .
raw -
pecially ,,
Y. R. BEAZLEY.. .' J. O KIRKLAND: ,.., I IDiv. .1'"
Re ldence Phone 58' Mabbette Street marmalade, and banana coffee. Ma- of which is produced in Brooks- Traveling. Passenger Agent. .' Passenger Agent *"

i i Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave.: chinery for an up to' date canning plant ville, and they will welcome the announcement . Tampa. Fla.. ,1", .a '
is on the ground at Kissimmee and will that this place is scheduled 'I'

be put In. place as soon as Mr. Spawncan to become the home of a plant similarto .l

: get to It. the one at Kissimmee.
I' N. Saunders ?
I George i e already has one of his inventions, Modem Up to Date Home.No. CENTRAL HOTEL 1 ,W. P. Tattle and Thos. Fouts

BOAT BUILDER an evaporator In his plant, and is able 464-13,500.-New, modern six- i ProprietorsRATES t

to use this in his experiments. Mr. room cottage bath, lavatory, hot and : \t
'f for.uF.rJ'o..cI..E Spawn expects build a brush and cold water, electric lights beautiful' : $1.50, $!.OO and $2.60 PER DAY-AMERICAN PLAN

_I Agent-. fTltll ......1..File EIt.iIMr-. gl., Engine.H broom factory on the grounds .also, the expensive mantels, new furniture, nice Hot and Cold Baths Electric Lighted Homelike and Cheerful
I FLORIDA products of the palmeto being; used in ruga. House furnished complete, ready

net gNO .t* .r...rptoreen.n. KISSIMMEE. the latter, the same workmen to man. for occupancy. Large lot 83x1471 feet, -., ,
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all three'plants.. on which are twenty full bearing orange \\\ : \ \\\\\ \ .'

Mr. Spawn recently received a letter trees Located in three and a s WHAT IT MEANS! .

from J. W. Wiles of Morgan town, W. half blocks of the postofflce, on beau- .1
M auT people do not know what a Bank's CapHal to for.or the dies.see; ...-
The ROLL BASS MARKET Va., in which the wish is expressed that tiful Verona street, in the_very best '. twaau a book ot little. or no capital and ooa wlii a larga oapltaJ. --t- .
: Morgantown produced the raw materials neighborhood Call and let us show ,. A BANK'B CAPITAL" AND $ORFUJ ''NI .

with which to supply such a factory as you .this beautiful home. Terms on .the fund that protects the dapoaltora from loa.. Iheratora the larcar It la thnranter . '
Block from promotion tba depo.iton b.... Ihla bask has a , ,
One Depot ,
Burden Building Mr. Spawn has in Kissimmee. part of .purchase, price, If desired. Capital\ ........,....?..,...,...,.,,,......,...150,000 M *"-,'I 111 '
1 1I That Mr. Wiles Is whose 18-tf H. M. BREAKER,& Co. Bnrplnafnnd of. ; ,......,....,.,...X7JWW UO . .
of all kinds. a man opinion &&oeUold...' liabiiitq'I..a, .....,.......... uouc 110 _
Fresh Florida is of value is lit the /"'
;, MEATS demonstrated Administrator's Notice. ..4.totaOf..i.\ ..................,...?,...1127,600 M ''f'" .
I ," ? and Western f .* .* fact that he is one of Morgantown'sleadillg This........Lbaw.......,tOM.1211,000.011 Adore. cur 4..110. MI1I4 .... a ,
I business men. He is presidentof In County Judge' Court, Oaoeola County, agL I'll'. ,_$loa YOU" ,
POULTRY. EGGS.__ FRESH FISH the Morgantown & Southern Railroad In Florid the Matter of the Estate of.C.A Cummings\ STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE ,I {
\ company the Globe Realty com- Itereaaad. / ;
..' : Special Allenlion to Phone Ortlers and Free pany, and the Star Glass company, Is Suggestion of InaolTenrjr>tr.ator.. : C.F Fravatt, Admlnl K..IMMI&I&. mop-. f.1..0..10., .... Y1\ 1 :' !

Thane 189DflZlffi..LEITJIEB'S.IllSllBBJIIlE.jBEIKiY of the Morgantown Bridge & Notice I*hereby given that C F. Prevail adv. ."
the City. manager ;
j i.\ delivery 10 any part uj rninlstr' _tor of aalrt estate has filed hit writtori U. ,A. C.A aWN .JOHX M. Lag p. B. CARSON f
and Union ,,i PreoideoVNoVrr.o.tit'. .
Improvement company the notice of InaolTenoy.: Ca hJarA I'.1 '

Realty &; Development company and a claima'Notice agalnnt la hereby laid given aatate to all to pereoni appear and baring filethaaama S........-\.\........\...............,.\...\....\...-..-..-\-..\,-\...-...._\...\.... r '
\ -' director in several financial institutions within the time required by law,to -
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iivWeat Virginia. O 1,UM .
; Itll..o my hand. and seat of said court atlMilmnKf : tfi,
D I B E ( Mr. Spawn was for many years in the KI fiHceolK <'onntr. Florida,this, 'ha

employ the Australian governmentin \alb( dey)of day A. D. IWU.Hrnl OK.) F PINKER: .......................$

the pure food department and also in go am"* oMi:ly Judge. t?
Insuran e Agency in Osceola County '
The Oldest and Largest interesting people to settle on the wastelands EMIL. MACH ERNEST ,MACH.:

FIRE LIFE PHONB ACCIDENT 1111 HEALTH 3tf there and cultivate them. Whilein creased 22 per cent, the supply has only O Ad 9adard Olt Co..t '
Australia he maintained an office in Increased 4 per cent. + -rrr&: : ,.-.:=') \ ,
--- London. Mr. Spawn baa won three prizes frcm: o. : A".A., C..11.: ; OS_ 'i ..

foreign expositions; for exhibitions of ti
his food stuffs and his various flours: : Livery Feed and Sale Stable : '
He l Is a native of New York and has ,,1 ,

'1 : CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE made a life study of pure food,-end marmalades Besides having and ccffles.been In Australia Mr. Agt. International Harvesting Co. "
therefore proficient; in such matters. ',.
Spawn also lived In Mexico where' he .

Organized: April.2d, 1910 He the has average compiled Florida statistics soil produces to show that 250 had a good plant. The Mexicans stole 4 _=.T J xxas I3Fr1'avY : x.avxirc. ,.

they_ could their hands
everything get
DEPOSITS bushels of sweet potatoes to the acre. Everything new and first class. We render prompt andsatisfactory
however and when stole
.1 on there they
April 2.J. 1910, .2ISOO.OO From these 250 bushels can be made service day or night I k
the scales off ot his platform, he decided -
;, Dec: 31et,1910..110,344.43q 4,000 pounds of flour while only 800
1911 H72.J60.28 that it was "moving time" 'o re : ONE HALF BLOCK FROM
Doc: 31st. pounds of wheat flour can be made froman PASSENGER DEPOT..

j To entrust tour banking businegs tons means thatyou will receive acre of wheat Of course, the potato "pulled. He freight"seems to and have"hiked"struck the to .Florida. right- S Kissimmee, Fla. Phone ..13' i +'
sound conservative banking flour is little
with good a more ,
every consideration consistent but it will go a great deal l farther than place this time and will probably make ..............N..N+.N.. =
W. A. SMITH Cashier Kissimmee his home for the future.
A. E. UOHEGAN.' President the wheat, and is said to be more di
The people of Kissimmee are very en .
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2nd V. P., A. vv. Winn 1. H' Cohoon, F. W. Hall, The demand for breadstuff ha increased
C. W. Dann, tourists and others who have Been the
C. D. Carroll. We Can Do Your Printingr -
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e', yean, and while the demand has inV his Time .
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the /same machine made up of many parts. The CarU-rcar has, and always has had, the least number of parts of any gasoline automobile in existence. .

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on the street must be seen, for it cannot be heard; and once seen, its beautiful proportions and graceful: outlines will always attract enforced ath"THE
tion, and will lead to a desire to become better acquainted with this wonderful product of the Cartercar factory. There are many things which con-
tribute to the noisless performance of the 1912 Cartercar. The Cartercar patented friction transmission is absolutely noisless in its operation at all
speeds, whether running in high or at any intermediate speed rate. The patented chain oil drive is also silent, and in order to complete the effect the
engine has been so designed that in it the noise is! almost entirely eliminated. One of the important factors which contributes to this is the encased
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over the country. There is no limit to its use'; no service too exacting: no trip too long. It is always ready to go anywhere. cf
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: ,Advertisement are Inset Ud under this head"at the rate of 8 Cents. toed Woman lighthouse.Keeper -
\ 'per line each insertion. Dies on Duty.,

FOK SALE 4 PENNELL-agent for Sayman Soap I ,ry,
'1, and remedies, Ordway Plasters Ztsla- Grace Darling"' of Am.rlcThe I ..,,
FOB SALE,.-A,number of beehives at I'I'a ler's Nonalcoholic. Flavorings, Darling Commit- ;
oft Oil.. Only Woman to Hold a -
Apply at the corner ; ; 19-tf
Main and Orange streets. Phone'30, Ion From' the Government
C. S. Buell 19-tf I HAVE FOR SALE, or would trade !In ,,Her 'Work., ,aNew

,FOR for good young Jersey milk cows one -, -
: SALE-A good pair of mules and ,
See the extra good young saddle horse,' one York.-In the closing of the
G. J. at
wagon. Downing:
foot of Stuart avenue. 20tfFOB nearly new tubber tired rupabout. career of Ida ,M.:Lewis, for 60 year'i4 #'
some good town lots close in, and keeper of the ,Lime Rock'' Light In :

SA'LE-By owner Z. ,W. Bass some extra nice five-acre tracts just Narraganaett bay, one .0(, the moat
3 lot. 0x133, making 160x183. 8- outside the city limits. This stuff i I. .ot!
famous the world
,room cottage, for $600. $225: cash and all first class, and must have good 'passesfrom
,$12 per month until paid for., It youwish I stuff in return.-: Downing; Realtr the stage of American: bll Ory.
to see the property phone No. Company.; 18-tf Since early girlhood she watched the
73, Klssimmee, Fla. Property I II tumbling water of -the Narraganaett
about one mile southwest from depot. WANTED-At once to buy horse wagon from her little whit house on the / ,
Also have other houses and lots, and and harness. Nelson Realty rock and through the long years her S
four tract of 40 acre each,.cheap, Company light never failed to guide mariner ,..

six miles ont. 2-tf to a safe port through storm and : i

FOR SALE-Two-story. 10()-room restt FOR KENT .heavy mists. We iri
Hence, with 2 large double porches 2 Sixty Tear.ago, when but a atrtppllng always want new customers. *" ,;
hall, city water bath, toilet, and of a girl her father the keeperof We have
DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til no trouble holding our old because ;
electric lights, afro well on back Lime Rock Light, waa stricken ones, treat them ;
porch 160 feet sleep; good barn and ler.FOR., : suddenly. ill. She took his place and aright," and the goods we sell to them are of such goodquality: i'
several ? fruit trees; corner lot, 75x for week, ;while the old man lay ,
feet within andy RENT-FIve unfurnished room: that they are sure to come back 'I'
1421) ; 800 yards depot for '
if''(I Price $3,000.00 cash. reception, .dining, kitchen. and two dying; he tended the light. When more. 1,
bedroom also furnished be died she was appointed keeper la
Write or call on George A. Gilbert,, ; two rooms.
,Owner. 19-tf Third door from Gazette office, South his place and since that time her
Mabbette street Miss. Dalma Gra deed have kept her before, the worldIn ,
,I HAVE FOR SALE, or would trade ham. 19-Stpd a remarkable way. Her record of t,

for good young.Jersey milk cows, rescues I* 18 'live. Bight times she . zI
FOR RENT-Desk room In new brick
one extra good young saddle horse has ventured onto an almost Importethic I
rubber tired runabout building on' Darlington avenue. J. r s
one nearly new
I some good town lots close in, M. Wilton, Jr. from ea the and water.taken struggling humans Osceola Hardware Co. 1
and some extra nice five-acre tracts '
just outside the" city limits. This R. D. WARING & CO. will rent' your The rescue that mad Ida Lewis -
stuff is all first class, and must have house for you. 19-tf the moat famoua heroine of America
good stuff In return. Downing Real- occurred on a stormy. morning In n'r
18-tf HANDSOME new flat for rent, with .
ty Company. March of 1869. It waa hardly I dawn '
all modern conveniences. Apply at
'' and Ida's mother was the first to
R. WARING. & CO. will rent you the Gazette office. 18-tf
.. "a house. 19-tf awaken. From her window she saw ,'.
FOR RENT-A large house and five two men out In the raging sea, cling. ...
A TWO-ROOM house with /5 acres of acres.of ground inside the city limits, ing to a boat that bad turned turtle. -'V w .
fruit and vegetable land for $ROO. R about one mile from the postoffice. Her scream awoke her daughter : 4--
D. Warinl & Co. 19-tf _Nelson Realty Co. l' -lf t- :

FIVE and ID-acre farms in the city
FOR RENT-Karl property, consisting '
limits at t60 per acre on easy pay- of 20 acres of ground 14. miles from 1A
ments R..M. Waring & Co. 19-tf the city limits; also 15) ac'es inside Have You Seen thoseNew.

FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rill the city limits. Nelson Realty 12-tf Co. e av : .

Baas Market. No. 189. ltf

MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the FOR RENT-Two modern flats with a.. Cossack Blouses ? ;'
Rull Baas Market phone 181)) 19-tf all city conveniences. Apply at the '

Gazette office. 20tfANNOUNCEMENT. .
WE-Have listed some of the most desirable -
property on the market both
city and county, which we offer at A dainty little jaeket, made of all-over, net trimmed wilft ,
the lowest prices to be obtained. '
cluny and
edging embroidery Buttons.
There is no padding of prices by us, 8 ..
every piece of property sold at exact To the People of Oaceola County: '

Write placed on it by the owner. I appreciate very much the handsome y Talking Facts---Not Chinning You ; .
us your requirements and we vote I received in the first prim. ry. 1 ,
will do our best to please you, by lacked only three votes of defeating
showing just the kind of property youdjeslre. both my epponenU, and winning out in A dainty little creation jut to put that finished appearance

11. M. Breaker & Co. _24-tf the first primary. If I hold the vote a to your summer costume. '
which I received in the first primary
COOK'S STRAIN, thoroughbred Buff which i I. only natural that I should and .A O
Girt eggs, $1.50 for 15. G. A. secure three more votes, Lwill be nom- f
U-tf inated.If a r ,
my lends stay with me, I will be u a The prettiest line of new embroidery dresses 'we ever '
FOR SALE-Three residences. One inEureka nominated as the next Tax Assessor, '*
GOO in Lilly's taw, and this covers a long period of looking.
addition, $ ;; one and 1 assure you you will never regret
addition, $1,500''i one in Bass' addi- it. Ida Lewis and Lighthouse.who '4c
tion, 2600. Waters &; Carson Grocery Thanking you again for the handsomevote Cardinal Virtues Emphasized
; j Company 61-tf. I received, I am, yours very truly. stopped not for shoes nor hat

-FOR -SALE-A- - --splendid- - -- home- ---and 20-St WILLIAM I. BARBER but, clad only. In a thin dress, dashed It is the fit, style and comfort that are essential in the r "

in healthlst and best- out of the house Into the cold driving
mall '
growing section of Florida. For description Come to the Salt Breezes. wind and faced the snow and sleet a o a makk-up of a dress, and in'each one of the new embroidery -' "

and price address P. O. Box It took Ida fifteen minute to launch i dresses these ideas are emphasized. : : '''' ; ;: '
The Bay View Hotel and The Shelter ,: :'-: "Il 1w r"
: 16S, Winter Park. Fla. 21- tpd1i Sanitorium Hawk Park Fla. Openall her dory In the dangerously' high? . ,,' \
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surf. At last she beyond' the 'lfIP", '
pushed ;
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1i( BEAUTIFUL Colored Florida ViewPostcards.o20 summer. Ten dollar a week for ; : I,
well people and twenty-five a week for inshore breaker; and then she rowed \ -" NEWEST IDEAS AND CREATIONS'NOWaREADY; '
: for 25c; 45 for 50c; 100 : i 't.t
$1.00. 'Sent all different; postpaid. sick one*. 20-8t for dear life. When the nearly exhausted ,
Remit stamps, coin or M. O. R. B. men saw Ida one of them Look them over" that's all we sale.t 1
Addison, Loughman. Fla. It-pd Bargain in Twenty Acres. cried: "If only a girl!" Whereupon
he let go his bold of the capsized boat
FOR. SALE-15 acres of good truck Twenty acre of land, less than one and sank. A moment later when he
and jrult land 10 acres fenced hog- mile from postofflce. A good location reappeared, she seised: him by. the
tight, 4 acres in cultivation; good 3- H STANFORD
room house and outbuilding. This i.r is for a subdivision. Can be had for $65 hair and with abnormal strength C. CO.

: a bargain; 1 mile from town. Price pas acre. R. D. Waring &; Co,, 19-tf dragged him Into the boat. The second ,
$800; "MO cash, balance $7.50 a man shouted that he was so '
I/I month, no interest. Address Box 60, frosen that he could not help him. "
The Klssimmee;Band has advertised
Orange Center, Fla. Itpd self and so a .second time.. Ida pulleda
I for clarinet players and has letters from half dead man out of the free tDS ,

... SHIP your produce to G. W. Judy &; two or three whom they would be glad water and into her little dory. \ ''
Co., Tampa Fla. Write them for to locate here One Is a f first-class For all of her wonderful _rescues CbULDNT) BE CONVERTED RACE SOTCmr AND, LIQUOR ."The.Deafrabkaty. z' ,+ ,,,
stencil. book-keeper.U1d! another baa no par- Ida Lewis received fitting recognition. .Goodhue Minn. w
Conf.esee May 8, 1S12. '
His Inabll. Degradation Seen Not Only In The.Who' : (
trade for Congress honored her with medal pastor of Church .* '
would '
sale trade
; I HAVE for or ticular and would accept any kind Editor Gazette! t'\
.liver. Drink but ft I I. ,. ;
to Pass a Counterfeit Blight en
good ; Jersey milk cows, one She wa a pensioned member of the Ity .
young of a position. These men are very valuable k Gentlemen-Please send r
.extra good young saddle horse, one Carnegie Hero Fund and the Masiachuaett Dollar. Children Following.The ,to my address
, -' 'nearly new rubber tired runabout and almost indispensable to the Humane society rewarded -- the Gazette a. aual. My' subscription +( .

a ,' 'some good town lots close In, and organization and it will be greatly ap- her with, a token of Its esteem. The minister, walked solemnly to curse of liquor I* seen not only runs out the 12th' and I'don't/ ",

", some extra nice five-acre tracts just preciated by the member of the BandIf For year the home). of Ida Lewi the front of the platform and after In the degradation of' those who Indulge want to miss a single eo 7. Check en-1': '

;outside the city limits. This stuff is our business men and citizens will on Lime Rock wa the Mecca of the gazing Intently at the, congregationfor In It, but I It I* especially a blight closed. Have land on Klaslmmee pre -, '

., stuff all first In class return., and must Downing have Realty good assist in finding employment for at world' greatest men and women. some moments be cleared his on the children who follow them This tie that cannot be excelled and think Are

"; Company.l 18-tf least two men.' With the addition of They felt themselves honored to 'be throat and spoke. fact should arouse all who have any Kluimmee truly "The Desirable?
.' .,. i these instruments, Kissimmee will have able to ,call on her President>>' Grant t "I am sorry to have to announce" regard for the weak and helpless. Yours City.7
and General Sherman were 'among he said slowly, "that some member of Speaking of drink and Infanticide, a c truly,
,,1:1: :MISCELLANEOUSGET one of the best bands in the state a factor her moat noted visitor this congregation on Sunday last puta note In the Lutheran Standard says:, <," THOB.',MALXY.. : .

well worthy your support; Boardof Her latest recorded fescue was ota counterfeit silver dollar ,in the contribution "Eighty years ago when the Norwegian r

r H. I*. BRATTON" to arive your Trade and fellow citizens, get busy woman five year ago when she wa box, What. his motive wasI were a drinking people, (00 of ,:USftg'; Surplus Potatoes.. *
13 tfm and help this organization locate these know not. He' have,assumed 1,000 children born'died before '
: ,artesian well Ixty-seren year old. There are a may every An o"erProduction. of'"potatoes ,fi '
' .' ----J- men. number of brave deeds to that for,the heathen a spurious dollar they reached their first birthday ann""reraa. Germany *Y 4s'i i
. :y( '. WADE the tuner, Orlando. that have, never, been made known.' was as good as a real one*,but It ..,. Now since they are ,a sober in ree.nt years hp led the I e
Kissimmee Garage Machine should not be understood' that: the people, the ratio Is 80 and 90 per'1,000. Industrial community of' that :country
' WAlTED-The sweetest thing out for Company will do anything in lathe or actual mon'., we. take. In here doe In Bavaria where the drink evil still to make great effort to :devise mean "}',
1. ;your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy- machine work for for automobiles PRINTH PAPER WITH A LITHP. 'to and'I:.,hope of utilizing the '/I.' a ,
from factory. Kissimmee Drug you not ,go directly them exists, of every 1,000 born. 100 do not surplus of the,crop,,
i&, Afresh,Company.. 33-tf boats, and all other machinery., 15tf that the, Individual who gave the survive a year. Of the 117,000 born Thw problem JI being solved successfully

Thomebody Thol. All Etheth to Thop- spurious coin will be good enough to last year 11,600' ItJU.born.an4.; In two ways: First, by stimulating

LUNCH ROOM-The place tor a nice Don't lorget that the price of a want .. Ithue Of the Thawte redeem. It I am sorry to have to (9.000, died within a year." This is ,the: use of potato spirits,as:a fuel Wand
shot or cold lunch short order meal ad in the. Valley Gazette I* the cheapest Thentlnet. make,the request, but,the fact is that race suicide and nation suicide ?rIn huninant I and .
Sot oysters, any style,.visit the lunch investment yon ever made. I have tried three times to pass the such horrible proportions a* to blanch second by a great:
.''rOOm next to Phone or- Los Angeles, Cat.-The oddest newspaper dollar .In question oft myself and 1m the cheek and appal the heart of all extension of tbe, various processes ,ot

p; ';-.tlers: ,promptly delivered. Phone 154.fresh ever printed In southern California every case unsuccessfully wherefore who are not dead to all that I I.) good.Dangerous .. drying potatoes, for use both as a food,
k 9-tt SAFE GROCERIESto I* this week' Issue of the Saw. I consider that It Is up to the donor and In the arts.! A good many million (' <& r

telle Sentinel which maker Its appearance to make good. bushels were turned Into flour last yeast',
: pei ,' the Rull 19-tf Bass buy; Safe groceries to eat; Satisfactory without the letter "a" except 'T am the guilty\ party. parson" Is Companion.Intemperance a dangerous! com This I II along the line A. F. Sawn;of o

1--v.-1darket. groceries to for.DIBBLE In the advertisements and a few said little red-headed Individual sitting aTnbane
pay a panion. It throw people off their Klsimmee, I* working.'; St Clod, z
I; WOOD, per strand $1.25; five strands leading. articles. ,Henry Schults,. In,the third row of pews, rising guard betray th.m'to a great 'many p
statistician and editor and :
county publisher and taking: a genuine dollar ont of
15.'15. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf Indecencies, to ruinous passion, to .
;;, : of the paper, make the following his pocket "I had hoped sir. thata disadvantages In fortune; makes I. Aft Attractive: Bungalow f;
; ANYONE anywhere can start'a mail explanation: man of your strong powers of exhortation : them discover secret, drive foolish .' n
',01\.\ order business at home. No eanvasstnor. "At the time the Thentlnel wath who has made a good man bargains, engage In gambling, and 'I A beautiful home Is the Pecan Grow

\ 't Be your own boss. Send for free about half that an evU-dlphpothed out of such unpromising material as often stagger from the tavern to the place, just being completed by Mr..T., 4
booklet. Tell how. eaccock, A 2144, thief entered thlth office and carried myself, would be able to convert that stew..-Colton. .- L. Curry the builder for Mr. R. D..
Loekport. N. Y. away all .our etheth and for thlthreathon dollar- ?
Waring at the corner of Pillingham r''

., BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream bet in. I T have to do our the very thurbthcrtberth betht they,can will In .Mr.""You Sklnnerton.will plop" said resume the clergyman.your teat avenue and Emmett street 'The JJoa.e.- ,... '
: town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 81-tf coven 68x100 feet of ground and
reading thome of the artlcleth which net
vI The treasurer will negotiate the exchange i
' : 'FOR a nice hot or cold lunch visit room I are thpelled the manner which they at the conclusion of the servIce Attractive te Men.. of the most convenient bouse In southern ; -

,i',#. ''n.xt to Po tDfllce. Lunches. sent on I w may have noticed In Ihlth- announce The ushers will now proceed No woman ha been heard to rave Florida. Two large coitaervatoriest

.f.". '" calls. Phone 154. -tf ment. with the collection and while. they. are over the beauties of millinery, but men add to the beauty of the dwelling.
. ':1'--1- about It please let me say that a* be- -must have found something alluring In Large and'spacious well arranged roomy, .......
, MEET na at Kissimmee Drug Co. and Cuesee Cost 'Qne ,Cent Each.Brtdgepott. tween counterfeit money and suspender the ahap>* and color., especially those tiled bath and lavatory room., and.widerporches '
, 4 ,we will l get a drink' of' the best sod Ohio.-An AntiSwaringsociety button for the collection plate I ample that are displayed In One go to make It fittings com'
plete. Sixty-eight thousand
,. '", water made. 81tfaNis has been organized here with most' unquestionably prefer;the latter. Hundred anti Twenty-fifth street shops, were required to cover the roof.shingles'. The>, 7.-' ,"
ligentperson' earn '$100 twenty 'members, and they expect to The suspender button can be made for ou. mil 'ner on that thoroughfare ; ground' comprise awhole block. A.
,-:; monthly corresponding may for newspa- treble that number.' Each member useful but. spurious money 1. not only hi*' consld ed It expedient to decor .servants house, chicken house pigeon ,I a

, ra.-//N...canvassing-=Send for par. t,. .' Ja I fined one_cent_for"_e!eryoath_.used, nselea*, bat Involve.. the clerical,con .lttp.!her .dowwlt& this sign| ;_:"Men house and a two-story up to date banx. ,,, .
t 'lieul ,Press. Syndicate.: ,B ,2245, & SON' all, being put on 'their honor, to, tell. silence In too great ,ti strain, consider- alre requested not to; budge against,I,,86Jr.40:are the additional convenience;!' .,, j
Lock n.N.Y. .. .'? r: -- ., The money will 'be' spent In banquets. tug ,,the ;/size ,of the average minis'terlal these wtndowa.7-New; ,;York Time: ; and .. a whole the Pecan Grove ulaceI -' ;f

'. ;. '. ,.', t' ", ,. .."I',} . : '. '" I ,I and ,lunches during_the.winter.. ,: salary Harper* ,Weekly. 4// t la I a credit to Beautiful XJIIllI'3m.) r ',((4
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in Real Estate r "Ivey-Keen. OFFICIAL RET RHs.GiVE: ';, f'f a;

?w :: ,Bargains St. CloudJohn A very pretty home wedding was I'' ,,

solemnleed Wednesday nlgh May 15,
at 7:90 'o'clock, at the horn' of the
d 4-- '. woald yon like to have a'borne in the best put of the best State M. Anderson and Geo. J.' Clark bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. J, .1,. Underwood 7

. 'in the Union Look over the following list, pick out what yon i went berry picking; ? one day last week. Keen of Orange Center, when Mr; ,86,1'Majorify

like, and then take the first Florida bound train and let ni how They had fine flick in getting a nice lot William E. Ivey and Miss Ruby E. :

.you what a food selection you made .. '. a' of berries, and also a fine lot of jigger. Keen were united) in marriage, Rev, -.w. ', .
John Haslam who for over a year has Gaines, of the Kissimmee Methodist '

,r .z? ., ,.. . __ been one of our Indu.trlouseltl&en.., church, mclatJn<<. :,,After the ceremony ONLY 4 DELEGATES HAVE BEEN ELECTED 1J
r : y, 4 No.'7-A (- cr. farm in Pinedale, all l c al. grove '''and make good money by : left on Tuesday for BuIwelU Nottingham a nice supper was served to the ,
r cleared, fenced and cross fenced and in, .trucking and farming Price, $109 per ,England. Mr. ,Haalam's friends numerous. guests., ... -. I i
w' f p cultivation, a fine place for growing a' acre, favorable terms of payment.No. .. wl.h'blm\\ safe journey, and hope to The groom is' the son of Mrs Gwo.

,1 } drove. and having a nice suburban see him with, 'ua again next,year., Ivey while the bride II ,the' ,youngest Other 8 to be Chosen Next''
22-Peghorn Farm:.This 'farm is ; Primary
w . borne.. Price $600.' his. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Keen.
located 8 miles from Kissimmee, .the Mr.: Milar has moved store to the Mr, and Mrs. Ivey will make their :

4 No. 13-A email, high-grade first- county seat of Osceola county, Fla., U- Meade building opposite the hew: post- home Shingle Creek. We wish for "

.' class colonization proposition containing ' miles from railway station and about 2 office. them a prosperous journey' throughlife.

: 4 480 acres; located about 2 miles miles from a good town of 2,000 population Sam'l! J. White, the evangelist, whomall Important that t. Friends of Undenvood be :Sent' to:
from the city limits of Kissimmee and ; situated on. a main traveled know will be hereon WednesdayMay .
'li t half a mile from railway station on the thoroughfare in a good section of the 29th and will preach In the even, Improvement Contemplated

,, main line of the Atlantic Coast Line country; land lies nearly. level, there Ing at the Christian church and will also The, owners of the Opera House, are Baltimore to Carry Out State's'' Instructions(

railroad convenient to hard marl road being perhaps 40 acres of cypress land deliver the address on Decoration contemplating remodeling the theater, ,

.' eadfnff Into town. This land lies nearly well covered: with a good growth of cypress Day. Rev. W. F. Kenney, will preachthe taking in the lot north of the building "
; It level, there being a small portion of timber that ia valuable for telegraph Memorial Sunday sermon.
and moving the stage to the rear of the
kq;; i; the'land lower than the balance. This and telephone poles and fence be The complete tabulated returns of the State Executive Committee
house where loft of 30 feet'can '
St. Cloud has started a new baseball a
A ; -, low land it covered with cypress tim- poster We think there is enough timber made for the Presidential preference, shows that Oscar W Underwood of
team. They have a new diamond! between to accommodate the larger companies ; 'J
Vin'' bee that Is valuable for telegraph and on each acre of this cypress land to Indiana and Illinois and in getting up 'their scenery. A Alabama received a majority of 7,861 votes over Qov,' 'Woo"drow' Wit-
'.<<'+, ? telephone poles and fence posts. We pay twice the price of the land; when 12th seal 13th streets The players are meeting will soon be held and plans son, of New Jersey. This is a most flattering testimonial to this. Great .
: believe that tHe Umber these cleared and drained this is the best of ,
i on cypress E. M. Goodrich G. H. Clark, Roy Howard drawn, so that the work may begin at Chieftain of Democracy who has been acclaimed north and south
lands will pay more than the price of farming land, rich muck soil; the bal- .a*, .-
Ted Ba land. The land is valuable of the land i. for Congress the Democratic 'Party: has *
r ; exceedingly ance pine land good will ,eve *-, /
accommodate from
ley Johnson, Doris Harris, Snive Shov- capacity 1,000to .
4' for trucking and farming when citrus fruits and farming; nearly 240 er, Robert Doolittle and Ralph Prodfe. 1.600. had. Especially Is this true when it is taken into consideration. ':that:!
t cleared and drained and as there is a'' acres fended fence needs somejrepairs The friends of Mr. Wilson of New Jersey have been active and 'aggressive' !
team preparing to play agains\ ',
nice stream running across the land, it in places; therefore about 6 acres of : Dr. Sermon. in Florida for the past While
any team that wishes to play with Holt'. year. Mr. Underwood' has only been 'a, ,
give. good drainage. This land is dark grove, one-third of which is nice' bear- '
them. (Continued from ) candidate for President: few short months and his ; .'
page one campaign In Florida .
gray ash soil with rich, chocolate sub ing trees, balance younger trees coming .-
.; soil. Some .spots of prairie land, well on; there are 5 or 6 acres of other The last estimate of post cards sent tions. Let us disabuse our minds of was only inaugurated about a month before the first primary. Never: >.:

:' covered with a good growth of grass; land that is very rich for farming and out on the first of May was about 2,000. this mistake at once. We are the architects before in the history of the State has such a wonderful. victory been 7

considerable pine timber, some of it trucking, cleared and in cultivation; a They were different views of our Wonder I of our own fortunes, and of our won for any candidote. l?7

J3 Ii commercial saw timber, a great deal:of greater part of this land can easily be City and views throughout the misfortunes as well. The Allwise Following closely upon the result in Florida the
of \
', r crosstia timber and the balance valuable put in cultivation, not expensive to state, and some went to every. state in Creator was pleased to "make men fn people Georgia '
_ ""': ',;\. for fuel, being located so convenient clear; some commercial saw timer, a I the Union, and Canada and other for- His own image. This does not referto spoke through their primary and gave Underwood a majority of ove? f1

.jI't 10 to town. This would be' a splendid great deal of tie timber and the balance eign countries as well. the physical shape of man or God 13,000 over Mr. Wilson, adding twenty-eight votes to his column} : I

r? yl property to cut Into small farms 'of fives food for fuel; being located so Mr. and Mrs. Darst left on Tuesdayto for God has no physical shape, not being About a week ago Mississippi held a primary and Underwood defeated ...:: .

','t,?tl c . acres each and sell out to homeseekers near to rrilroad and good towns givesall spend the summer in the north. a physical personage at all. So we Wilson there by a vote of 3 to 1 1. adding 20 more. Alabama had already 1...' -; "
who desire a good location close to the timber commercial value. Thereis bear His spiritual image, one feature .,.
.} 1 Mr. Hanscom, on Columbia avenue, is spoken giving twenty-four votes. Verily the Smith... i il'' u..> unr..n.. ;. .. ;,
'" good roads, good town with school and a good .store building on the corner of which is that we have the power of # ---- --- "- --- -.. .
,'. ill. she decided that she had a candidate of her
J church privileges rather than to go into of the farm and a C-room residence; a quite contrary choice. Every appeal, warn- own who is eminent,.wor' 1
i 1r'a pioneering; district. Lands nearby quarter mile from church and 100() yards The regular meeting of the New York ing, precept and example in the Scrip thy and distinguished enough to offer to this United Country as :her )

w t J : y air Belling for $60 per acre. This tract from schoolhouse. Lands of the same Veterans was held at the home of Com- tures is addressed to our freedom ot choice for the greatest office in the whole world. Other Southern ,

"- I ( can be had for half the price and on character nearby sell for $56 per acre rade Knapp on May 7th. Two new choice. Hence, while you stand todayat States-Virginia, Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina-some of '

favorable terms of payment. We de- in 5.acre tracts without any improve- members were taken in. Henry M. Mm- the Parting of the Ways, it js for these whose delegates will be uninstructed, will
I undoubtedly add to hls
t. sir to show this farm and explain its ment whatever. Kansas party interested gay, 69th New York, and George Maineas you to select the way you shall take. ., '": \
fA fir' f strength and before the National '
advantages to prospective purchasers. in this farm, will sell for $30 per an honorary member. Mrs. Davies At the risk of shocking your moral assembles in Baltimore. ,
'\ It might be sold out in forty-acre tracts on favorable tern.s of payment. The had charge of the literary program. I sensibilities I affirm that it IB not more on June 25th, Underwood will have at least 150 to 175 delegates. "

t if desired. lands are good end the tract will soon Song, "Red, White and Blue," by Prof. religion that you need. The world has The State Committee in canvassing returns for Delegates to the "

be worth a great deal more money. Lynch and audience ; selection by Drum far too much of religion as it la, but it National Convention found that in the 3rd Congressional) District Mr- ;. .
Ho. 17-Farm and Grove
: This place
Corps ; reading: by Comrade Francher ; does sadly need more of a better brand. Frank
% Mayes of Pensacola and Mr. J,
(' contains 71 acres of land is located 100 F. C. Cnggs of Apalachicola 1
No. 43 Pinedele, the
logical place Capt. Scriber gave: a few interesting general opinion prevails that all that
: I. jraida from a railway station 5 miles tor suburban property adjoins the city remarks on the canal for barges being is needed to make the world better 'is were elected delegates from that district. These gentlemen while ex'J

from Klssimmee, quarter-mile from limits on the west, lies high and sightly built in New York City ; song, "Uncle more religion. The wickedest and vilestof pressing their personal preference for Mr. Woodrow Wilson have come )
achool and church; about 5 acres of fine good: land, cut into 6-acre tracts and Ned ;" recitation by 'Mrs. Francher, earth have an abundance of religion. out like men and declared that as Florida had expressed her preference ..f

k;v1;: few thrifty grapefruit bearing considerable orange trees with land a will be sold 5 acrea or more if desired "On the Banks of the Tennessee ;" 'selection Mohammedans are excessively religious.Yet for Underwood they would stand by him in the Convention. The com
; more by tbe purchaser It is good product. by the Drum Corps ; reading by they lie, steal, swear, kill, and do mittee found that
: only two of the
cleared and ready to plant to many candidates for Dele.ateii.l
i'' grove. ive soil, well adapted to citrus fruits Miss Teneyck ; song by Comrade Purely all manner of evil. Mormons have an ; ;
Buildings of not great value but the and trucking, where we have the advantage ; duet by Mr. and Mrs. Depew ; duet excess of religion. Far more religiouszeal Large received sufficient votes to win in the first Primary. 'These

..splendid location'and convenience toshipping of free county high school, by Messrs. Depew and Burbank.: Adjourned than the Gentiles whom they are were Gov. A. W. Gilchrist and Frank E. Chase. These two candidates :

facilities makes this a very good churches, splendid markets and to meet the first Tuesday in seeking/ convert. Yet there is not a had declared themselves openly and above, board in favor of Underwood'
valuable proposition. Going with this yet enjoy the freedom of the country. June Comrade Lunch will more morally the V .
the at Knapp's. corrupt people on and they will go to the Convention as enthusiastic and earnest .
same 10 of land supporters -
L1 party owns
Prices range from $50 to $66 per acre, be served. face of the earth than these same Mor- of Florida's .- -
In the suburb of Kissimmee that would choice. ,
according to location. This property is mons. It is Jesus Christ that you need. $r..
f' fine Mrs. J. Woodbeck and Mrs. Key from None of the other candidates received
] ynake a suburban The two owned by an Illinois gentleman who Instead of "seeking religion" which a majority, the eight highesti'
)k % 'f 'properties can be had for $5,000, time will sell on favorable terms of payment Kissimmee, were St. Cloud. visitors on term is vague and mystifying seek will.have to run again in the next primary . :< "

q+ on half if desired. The farm has a Wednesday.Mr. Christ In the First Congressional bistrict there being so many candidates ',".//1

r v, great prospective value just the place and Mrs. Scott/Mrs. Rodgers and Thanks to the prevailing conditionsof for Delegates no one was elected therefore the four highest will have .
to grow a magnificent commercial Not 48-Large Business Lot: This lot ;
little and
son Joseph Mrs. Pope left on our civilization: and our enlightenment to y
two of whom
run again, to be
are elected. ",
grove aud'BOOUt,half or more of the is on Broadway, in the best part of Wednesday for theirhomes in Kent, the influences of our churches ;
.' 1' laud llea lower in the artesian belt, well town fronts 60 feet on the main business ) Ohio. Dr.'Pope accompanied them as Sunday, schools, day schools; and the In the Second Congressional District the same condition exists, /'.

r f c ,,. '. ,J adapted to the growing of high priced street, running back to an angling far, aa Kissimmee.. family circle, it is the exception for; a the four. highest must run with' two of them to win. .

: I ". ,'.(.I;Jvegetables r 7y , and for' farming., : street double behind front., giving This is the a superior advantage loca-ofa Mr. and Mrs.. Younger have ,moved young 'woman especially to arrive at It so happens, and fortunately too-that in each 'of.these Congressional ,'. '\

';,;No. 18-Slade Farm:,This property Is tion, very valuable and about the only from'Mrs. Jaques'a house on Massachusetts womanhood in this delightsome land Districts two' of these gentlemen who were candidates are buf- 'e'l

located J| miles from the above farm, vacant business site' in this part of, avenue to the Rails house on New without having her heart changed with ; spoken ahd avowed supporthrs of Underwood. For the State-at-Larga. f
+ .And'these places would be nice for town Price $4,260. This property is York avenue. Mr. Younger is employed the power of the GospeL The boys I there are four candidates who. are Wilson men and four candidates: who ':
.friends from the neighborhood to in the office of the St. Cloud Tribune. alas, are not so generally saved. The '
:; same / growing in value and will soon be worth I are strong supporters of Underwood. : I
unfortunate double standard of morality _
locate The Slade farm contain. 80 a
", on. double the price now quoted.No. Miss Helen who .
has been
/ Chase goIng The people will therefore have
which prevails allowing in a boy an opportunity of completing Florida's \
w 'ti' ,acrei of land l lying nearly level. rich to school in Kissimmee is at ; .. 4(
iT.u. iv ,.dark soil with. ,..chocolate subsoil; about 50-Pinehurst HomiTTKis: \ ia one the home of her mother, the,New now England what would be disgraceful: a girl, and Delegation to the National Convention in the next Primary by ..,'
t,; ';390 acres" cleared, fenced and cross of the best locations about our town, house on Penn'a avenue. the examples of the fathers are so far carefully selecting those candidates for Delegates who are in sympathy' "

J1r ':teneed;, 5 acres"; of 'grove. more thanAnelsrgethrifty' just outside( the city limits on high inferior the examples of the mothers with and earnest advocates of the man for whom the same people have ,
hall .' trees the Next Sunday 19th Rev. Hack that our boys, alas are not so generally "
bearing ground, overlooking lake from 'May expressed so decided a preference in the last primary r
i ,balance,.younger'trees coming on; box' which you get good breezes Can sit ett, pastor of the Presbyterian church Christian as our girls.
bou.e'of 4 large rooms, t large porches, on' the veranda and have a beautiful win preach in the morning on "Our Sav But It Is not the way of salvation to It would be a marked Coincidence and entirely unnatural and.u't of''r: '

;c good stables with large corn bin., wagon view of Kissimmee, can .fee!" the cars iour's Prayer for His Church," and in which your attention is especially directed line with the sentiment of the state if Florida should send Delegates'to '

,' sheds and'haymow., Considerable. running for 2 miles or more; beautiful the evening his subject will be 'The today however important that Baltimore who are'not supporters of Underwood. ,' .

..oak timber on this place and some"very young pine trees growing nicely alnng- Glory of.God ''aa Seen in Jesus Christ certainly Is. But it la a matter all too It can thus be-seen that great care needs be taken by the"voter4 ',' ..

w, fine'hammock; land. Price$50 per acre, aide of the house, a moat delightful and the Glory of Christ aa Seen In the frequently disregarded but of the most : when he marks his ticket .28th .
on May to carefully select 'and vote for'.
dealred.'f.1' : transcendent importance to you-to us
terms if place; nearly 800 feet of east front on Church. '
. Hudson 'avenue; boner baa 2 large< all-.:that claims our attention today. those candidates who can be depended upon to remain true to Florida's. '4.;'i'
No. 19-L It.. ew'' Farm and Grove: rooms below and 2 above, nice porch in Little Norman'Bark, who has been It I la the question of Chara y.r. Standard Bearer .t ',
h ..a 'This splendid property"contains} 127 the rear, porch and veranda In front, quite ill is a little_bettor now. 'You may have abundant health, but In looking over the tickets as they will be handed the electors! ,'"In t.
'aei-.. Of land haa lake front of Mar- On Tuesday without character it is to t
a 6' closets house well built, in good :evening, May 14th, the only menace First Congressional,,District, Mr. W Hunt of }
s. ly'naif a mile' ; and extends from Lake ,,neighborhood. Get the* breezes from St. Cloud lodge I. O. O. F., No. 66; con- happiness.. You might possess aboundIng Harris, MCnro6.andl"? .' t'w
1 ,, Tobopekallga on the. the'county I It off the lake through these pine trees ferred. Abe second and third degrees on wealth; but without a good character Mt. A. P. 'Jordan, of Desoto are the two Underwood men.. 'j- ,..,.

:t road on the,west.. The greater: part of Where 'a sick person could scarcely help the following members of, Osceola that wealth 'would only prove to be In the 2nd Congretsional District, Mr. B. C. Abernathy* of Orange, ,,- J..

-.4 >thla land .('very !foe hammock,. ''excel getting well. A fine place for a nice Lodge,, No. 74 s W. A. Smith, Sam G. en.narlnlt.and. delusive to happiness. and Mr. Robert E.,,Davis, of Alachua, are the two Underwood. .' Can '

f'w lent for growing a good grove and the young grove, chicken ranch ,,and ''sufficient Ragsdale,,,C..,D.,Cain,' J. M. .Crafton, and to usefulness. You might,in time didates. ,
"finest of tracking land., This is one of garden for family. use. Price R. Pherigo; and C. C: Wolfe. Quite become associated with a companion of ,For the. State-at-Large. br. E. S. Cnll, of Putnam' i. ._ :'! :
a c 'the few places on which' an orange $1.860 terms If desired a number were ',out from KI..immee.aDd pure and exalted character,. 'aims and Mr.franlctt"
j..y 'grove'"ia located with,'a>"fine flowing "' .w after the business part was, con. ambitions, but without a good character Harris,. of Marion. Mr..< Edwin=: 'D.. Lambright, of Hlllsboro!! ,. and Mr..'B."S '

t' well;there being-8 flowing wells on the No. 65-Rolfe Land: 57)) acres of eluded .'some members-of the Rebekah yourself there f would be that lack Williams of ,Escambia, are .on' the Underwood' ticket.. All"" of-these;; !

: premises-at the present time e;' about 10 land 4 miles from Kissimmee and three lodge Including) Mrs, Bower,'Mrs. Parker of; congeniality that would certainly be gentlemen voted in"the last primary for Underwood for President,"and >.r
'acres' ;,of .ro..emo: than 'half fine, fourths of a mile from railway station, Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. Button and Mrs. productive of' misery' and unhappiness worked for him in their respective sections --of the State, Their. opponents '' '
,:thrifty, ,bearing! trees,., balance young school and church: About 17) 'acres.of Giffin, '!served them with 'sandwiches, in the- end. You' might live in 'the worked and voted for Wilson., 'if 'tIt '

f treeai: not yet (bearing* &:room house I this tract Is good orange and citrus cakescoffee. .and 'cigars.. Elysian field of luxury: but thai would cannot be possible{ that'the'peopl of Florida will reverse'them ,
t, Vlth' 2,"pbrcbe., beautiful yiew of the fruit land 6 or e acres fenced and in .only: add to.your tmhappineaaj.: bad selves on May 28th and give' their votes for the avowed supporters';
1i ''lakei;and :town; good;,stables, grain, cultivation ODd ready to plant to grove. Mrs.' base and daughter' Margaret. 'character were gnawing at.your ritals.Baf . the defeated candidate in Florida, Goy Wilson of New' Jersey;' :hem; '
1 ,.v ;bins,'haymow,'., wagon 'and' tool' abed.'This A few'large bearing trees and about were! at Kissimmee on Monday, attendIng with peace with God and a good they have previously' recorded themselves,'by so 'overwhelmln ly elect .'
Is a superior quality of land :andthe half an acre of voung grove coming onnicely the commencement ,xercines. j character all .the above blessings may Ing the National Lefder'of our party: today, Oscar W, UnderwoodfdfY,

"'4/I( r kind that sells for $100-per.> acre unimproved. ;; balance 'of the land I. good The:'Republican county district con. I be .lacking and yet there.Is the Abiding Alabama.: Yet,, it' can be readily understood .that 'this ,condltiQn"mayl"' '
( _, .. :! ia about three miles from farming and trucking land; good 4- van t loo met In' St. Cloud at 2:00: o'clock j t r joy that the'. world cannot give, nor takeaway I result unless great care is taken in marking.the ballots. '''; ,

7 the city( 1I'mIt.'ot.,Kisifmm. ,'can aro to 'roorn:, house, nice porch and outbuild p.:In. on Tuesday May.14th, 1912, and ,. Give Underwood a square deal [In this matter., 'Florldaha.said"ihe, .
'', the farm with boat'or :by,/wagon. An. ings. Can. sell this tract for $40 per organized: by electing ft F.'H. Pope aa I (The publication of this sermon will ; waa,for him: let Florida send his friends to Baltimore to help him-,not t.

-q 3 ''excellent' .: .. _'place to, .grow'_' _a'One1,A") oommer-. acre on ,favorable. terms of payment. chairman and Lynn Daugherty a* sea concluded In next week's Issue of the 'his enemies' not those who'worked against him when he won on. April; ,
3oth the of
as opponents the above mentioned' candidates did.
\ retary. The call was read by the secretary Valley Gazzette.) Don'tsend :; i
,- \' and the necessary preliminary action L unfriendly hands and unsympathetic hearts to work against ;him.!} J 'J
r4'" :.I ,. M j 1W:1Vave ap J lhach .f Farm sad Grove .Laad fa large aDd amah bodies, was taken by the discussion of the lowing, list of delegates; Capt. L.' D. Vote 'for the true and tried Underwood 'men. Don't regard the per*" ''; :'

'. .. u well .t !aiming' d'Trackia, Lads, Stock Ranger Town Prop. situation 'aa It now stands before the Frost, J. O. McNew, F. B. Munsell. R. sonel, of candidates for Delegate, regardless pf 'any, .good qualities-;:* "' 1.
.. : political ( of the Baas D:'H. Gill the, Wilson candidates for Delegate. may possess ; ,,
air; imprond or"cUt. ,'In'position t.-place bans at good rates ofiatereah'ean parties country. Some Lynn Daugherty A. ConsIder ,"Is he for President"" r'
Underwood for
odd members of the M, F. F H. \ ,only Let's see that. '
seventy party were Doughty. Pope, G. Hardin; w
fvaiaIa'a1t is .f Homer Lvistmeats .
aI way or trey delegate from Florida Baltimore is-a:
whom 't
every man Underwood
hand to record'thelr action '
on and resolved G.W; Garner; .Z. Barager. T. H..,Lad-
r4 .aired.;;. ',C ,n-.deDC..MIic.iled' ; beat of references, fanWLeci .' . to, act':without .reference to the. ner,John H, Degraw; Elmer Baa,,Joel' can rely on, and not .end people there 'who would carry 'out' your in.. : .,

-, opposition, but, to record-;their'vote as Tyson J. H., Hoffer. Jr:I. Cummings, instructions'and perhaps vote for Uriderw6od aT, few times and then"1 Ji
members of the Republican party should J.' gimmons,. Mr.1'Roland. M.. E.Lowe, I leave him at the first opportunity when,:they'\ thought there might be ;ag.
I -. do.A committee of five waa appointedby FrCTKent: ;, Dr'CoopeJobe' M. Anderson some chance for their"choice;:whoj' :'Js'not .Florida's choice. 'Send'as ',

4 q ..NELSON 'REALTY COMPANY the".Chairman to nominate a'. set of ,'.P. C.'M rgan.IIr.'Btlllngsley, Delegates rpen'wh6 will upookL the honor'of Florida and :who-will 'un' :;;/

;, : .. : '..' : delegates to the 'county! ; ; convention;as Mr.. Washburn,, Claud Kenney; Fred.ICenoey teasingly and Mabamaior: success,, of Florida's( cboice1fJ.; .
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