Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 4, 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: VID00562
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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United and Determined Wofk will Build a City Dock Without Making a Sacrifice to Get It ., ,


body.But this ''was not the greatest delight .> i Mr. ,Woodbeck transferred the' two I *1

DEMOCRATS READY experienced by the: chairmaa of AtlanticCoast) Line.: Ry. I[[vacant lots',' coiner of New York and LOCAL PEAT SUPPLYSOURCE.

the Finance Committee. That supreme Tenth streets, St. Cloud to Mr, Done

' FOR Thursday.moment Off.that was day reserved a tent show until, Agrees ,To ,Build' Wharf gan It leas the intention of.' the.original. OF: WEALTH

GjUjAMPAIGNCOMMITTEE loaded on several wagons and drawn owner thestore property to .construct .
: ; by .several mules, arrived in Klssim- a one story .building, but Mr.;'
me. Of course the show wanted to I Woodbeck has decided to make it two -

LAYS ITS PUNS show but when it was discovered by Railroad Stipulated'That Darlington Avenue Should Be stories. The four stores being erects OPINION OF J. WILLSON JR.'
the .management that the license tax ed by II. Clay Stanford and B. C, ,
was $500 the order was given to Cloted...Objections Expressed By Many. I' Miller adjoining the Woodbeck build. 'I' .
,.:\ move on. Councilman Lee looked at I ing will also have an additional story,
PICNIC, BARBECUE AND FISH the departing procession in great Mayor Sign Article I the upper floor to be divided into living WHO A'ITENDED'ANNUAL.MEET.'

FRY TO BE GIVEN IN DIFFERENT (gLee.) It was he who had proposed apartments.. ING OF AMERICAN PEAT SOCIETY .
lie confessed Council I
this tax. at '

c, ELECTION meeting that he had prayed for this Kissimmee is boon to have a sub- ting this agrement into effect. I cannot I I WILL LECTURE ON AND GAINED VALUABLE -

DISTRICTS. privilege, being of the opinion that stantial structure in the form of a foretell what my action in regard j I INFORMATION.., f'"
such performances are demoralizing, wharf bqt not without paying a price to the ordinance will be, but in the
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\. without merit and take money out ofa that several leading citizens regard as ; event I should enter my veto I pre- I IMPROVEMENT .
'The campaign committee for the town without giving a quid pro quo unreasonable.The ; sume the ordinance would be passed I That the Kissimmee section 'possesses :..,
k County Democratic organization helda or words to that effect. demand for dockage facilitieshas over it. a mine unutilized wealth in I

meeting Wednesday afternoon and become so insistent that those in "I do not see that the city has mad !, SECRETARY OF CIVIC COMMIT- peat and that the early development'
decided on dates for speaking in the EXTRA POLICEMAN authority are eager to supply the such a bad trade as some are reported TEE OF JACKSONVILLE TO of the bogs will aid powerfully in tb. a'
different election districts of the need, and the proposition submittedby to regard Jt. I have thought that I growth of this city is an idea which ."
county. APPOINTED the Atlantic Coast Line railroad Darlington avenue should. be closed I I I. BE HERE::: TUESDAY. so impresses J. M. Willson,.Jr.,'that
The itinerary mapped out, with the TO BE company was acuepted by the City to allow the railroad this territory for I I he will take measures without delay
attendant events, is as follows; Council Tuesday evening; the agree- yard purposes. It is the only space to prove the certainty of his conclu-: ,
St. Cloud October IB, forenoon. ment was signed by Mayor N. C.I I I that the road has cars.I The Improvement Society has issued alone or their faliity. a
Kissimmee, October 15, evening. INCREASE OF FORCE FOR TilE Bryan, under resolution of Council, I I This arises from an unfortunate con- an invitation to the general pub Mr. Willson returned this 'weak
Bassenger October 17, basket picniC BUSY WINTER SEASON and the paper forwatded to railroad dition which the early builders of Kis lic to assemble at the Chapter House from New'York. He left Kissimmee ,
!. headquarters for the signature of the simmee did not foresee. The rail- Tuesday afternoon of next week to in June and the most'' of the time in-'
Whittier, October 18, barbecue. AT HAND. company officials The full text of road should not have.-been allowedto hear W. II. Pingree lecture on the from the date of his departure.tmtuihis ; -'*" ;
Edgewater, October 24, fish fry. the agreement is published elsewherein build its line between the lake subject of "Civic ImprovementWork. rturn he spent in and bout new'*' ?
The dates at St. Cloud and Kissim The police force is to be increasedby this paper. The provision which been and the city; it should have ." York City. .*rLrj,-.
mee were fixed to agree with the itinerary ,one or more men as the Mayor has provoked much discussion is that / made to go around on the other Mr. Pingree is secretary of the "I have every reason to think that '
made by the State Committee. may deem advisable. Darlington ave., from Pleasant eve., side of town, but the railroad is here Central Civic Committee of Jackson- Kissimmee is going to have the: ;
t The county committee has not yet received Mayor Bryan brought ,the need of to the lake be closed, thus giving the I and we can't change it now, and the ville and comes to Kissimmee upon greatest winter season in its history,"
information from' the State an increase in the force for the winter railroad free use of the area between I road must have some place to park the invitation of the Village Improve. said Mr. Willson. -The" people :are .
committee as to the identity of the season to the attention of Council Possiel and Ruby avenues for cars and perform its yard work. ment Society. The ladies are anticipating more interested in )Florida than, :.' t
speaker to be sent rte Kissimmee. Tuesday evening. When the visitors yard purposes. The railroad' "Aside from this reason, the build- an entertaining and instructive ever were and they've got more fait .
Chairman Roma Thomas has writtenF. begin to arrive in numbers there is company owns the land on each ing of a wharf will save the shippersof address, and the president of the so- in Its possibilities than ever in '..spit
J. Fearnside, chairman of the need for an--officer to be on duty at side of Darlington avenue from Pleas citrus fruit and naval stores the ciety Mrs. N. C. Bryan, has issued of the Everglades .controversy. , I
State committee: to know who will be the station, "to; direct strangers and ant to the lake, so that the city was excessive cost of drayage from the the following call to members: "I did some advertising In the New .
sent here. It is expected that the perform other duties that coma within asked to grant the street only. This lake to the railroad station. The sav- The members of the Village Improvement York papers While there and received1 ;
epeakef will arrive in time to make the province of a special officer. The I condition was agreed: to, and the railroad ing will amount to a considerable Society are reminded that a great number of inquiries; beside*
a the date at St. Cloud. The county present force is not large enough to I agrees for this consideration to figure, for the shipping amounts'to a Tuesday afternoon October 8th, is that, I. talked Florida wheneverthe,
4 nominees will be present at the other delegate a man for this special work build a wharf 300 feet beyond the end good sized volume."' the day for their regular meetingand opportunity offered, laying i the emphasis .
points i in the county, and the oratory and the need for one or more men of the present pier at the foot of In regard to the condition imposedby are urgently requested to be on the Kissimmee section, and
will be furnished by local talent. was so apparent to the members of Ruby avenue, providing walkwaynot the railroad company that there present as there is business of importance I found that many are coming here
Council that there was no hesitancyin less than six feet wide for the should be no vehicular traffic on the to come before the society during the- next 'few months and' a ..
giving the Mayor the authority to use of the public and to build at the wharf, Mayor Bryan said that there Mr. W. H. Pingree, secretary of the large proportion of them are seeking h
NEW GROCERY STORE make appointments to supply the end of the pier a wharf not less than would be little or no need for any Central Civic Committee, of Jackson- investment." .
need 25x50 feet. Under the terms of the such traffic, as all vessels could be unloaded ville, Fla., will be with us and has Mr. Willson is a member of the Y
.OPENS. TOMORROWIIRM The service of such an officer lastseaAon agreement the railroad is to keep in the future as they were at something of interest to all to say to American Peat Society and attendedthe
_wua_ found to be helpful to this structure in repair for a period present by driving teams into the the society.: Ladies, do not forget, at annual meeting of that body while "
visitors and satisfactory the city bnhirty ySTST 'th --city- -- maintain -- water te-tho-aide-.of-the-vessels.-.---- Chapter House, Tm day Aft JnNjsw\! York. He has...been inn.tigatlngthe !-
and the extra officer will be put on a basin depth of not less than The Mayor said, however, that the at 3:30 o'clock.SPECIAL subjectfor .ever'--years, -i--*
OF DANN & I DANN: NOW of at the wharf construction of and became
as ROOM as occasion demands. three feet water the proposed wharfby a member .of'the society
READY FOR BUSINESS front and wharfage rate sare to be the railroad company would not some two years ago. ,
made by the railroad, subject to regulation prevent the city from building a dock SESSION The society held a three days" session ..
j IN THE CITY. WHITES CONCEDE by the railroad commission. of its own on its own land if such a filled with lectures and papers e
There are to be no dockage charges, dock were needed in the future. The from practical men' interested in the
and the wharf is to t be otherwise free city owns the lake front abutting peat industry several of whom have
The Rotunuv. bas.:c" J, -'upied; ; until VICTORY TO BLUES for the use of the public, except for from the electric light and water LASTED JHREE DAYS traveled abroad for the purpose of' .
,. this week by the Osceola Journal, the wharfage charges on shipments plant. acquainting themselves with the
has' been the scene of much activity passing over the wharf. In short, Board of Trade May Take Action. methods and processes ofutilizing
all]| the week in the way of cleaning, there is to be no charge for the use The commotion caused by the actionof peat for commercial purposes. .

scouring, mopping, polishing of win- DINNER TO BE THE FORFEIT"BLUES" of the wharf by pleasure boats. Council may result in bringing the COST TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS Among those present was Robert .,
dow glass, putting in of shelving and Decided Complaint Heard. question formally before the Board of Ransom of St. Augustine, who has. a ,k
generally remodelling what was oncea When it was known that Council Trade for action to restrain the city peat plant near Jacksonville. .

print shop to the different. aspectof ALL CONTESTED had taken action acceding to the conditions from making the agreement effective. WORK LIMITED TO PASSAGEOF Mr. Willson brought home with him
a grocery store. ALLOW imposed by the railroad company That the city needs a dock is generally an auger to be used in testing:for '
The firm of Dann & Danri, the but BILLS GIVING JACKSON- peat deposits. He
: POINTS TO "WHITES" AND: decided opposition was expressed agreed whether such a was instructed
Danns being the brothers C. W. and by several prominent citizens. The : sacrifice, as some retard it, should be VILLE AUTHORITY TO AC- carefully in the use of this Instrumentand I
E. P., have installed a stock of fresh THEN HAVE A MARGIN made in order intends to forth)
closing of Darlington avenue l is regarded to secure a wharf go soon to ,find ',.1
groceries: and will open the doors of TO SPARE. as a serious hindrance to the which will not meet the demands is a QUIRE WATERFRONT.The peat. 'r.
the store tomorrow for business.E..P. future development of the lake front. : matter that may result in a different "There is enough peat within a i ,
Dann will be in charge of the So far as the present needs are concerned agreement or failure to consummatethat mile of the center of Kissimmee to
.store, and he and his clerks have been Another famous victory to be recorded there seems to be no emphatic I which has already been executed special session of the Legislature supply our electric light and water
working like Turks all the week to in the cause of public endeavorand objection but those who value the in part.The convened Tuesday by Governor plant with fuel for many years" said
4 have all in readiness to begin to civic righteousness, if you please, lake front as an asset for the future authority vested in Council for Albert Gilchrist for the purpose of Mr. Willson, and I believe the supply '
,r, serve the trade tomorrow. The only was that which was formally declared were outspoken in their opposition."I such action has been questioned. "If passing bills giving the city of Jack is so large as to be practically inex
obstacle to prevent it would be the Thursday afternoon when Referee. am very much opposed to the one Council has the right to close a sonville the needed authority to bond haustible. If I am correct in,this ear' ' .
non-arrival of some goods that were Andrew Johnson decided that the action taken by the Council to close street why hasn't the succeeding for $1,500,000 to acquire water front mise and we should put in s plant v
expected. Mr. Dann says he does nbt "Blu 8" had defeated the "Whites" in Darlington avenue," said J. M. Will. Council! the right to open it again? '" for city docks, adjourned Thursday here to supply cheap fuel for manufacturing -'.' "'
want .to open his store until he has the Board of Trade contest for new son. Jr. "I think by doing this the is a query suggested by one citizen afternoon.Hon. enterprises think what,an:V; .
all the goods that may be called for members. Council has sold a valuable conces- : who is opposed to the trade. "If Stephen Acree representative enticing advantage that would be' tol:- i
in his line, for he purposes to keep a Every point contested by the sion for a mere mess of pottage. I.. Council has the right to railroad a for Osceola county and R, D. Drigegers induce manufacturing' enterprises. ; to '
full stock from the beginning. "Whites was allowed by the "BIues"without. assistant left Kissimmee .
heard gentleman that he didn't proposition of this kind through with- 'Janitor, locate here. .
The location of the store is excel- protest and even then the lat see a serious objection say to it. This out submitting the question to the Sunday and returned this morn- The peat bogs of Florida have been '
lent; it may be said to fill a long felt ter side had a goodly margin to spare. gentleman any calculated that the improvements citizens, why hasn't the same Councilthe ing, having spent the interveningtime investigated by some' ex '
want. The principal grocery stores The Whites yielded to defeat as to be made by the rail- right to sell one of the public in Tallahassee renewing acquaintances tent. Mr. Ransom plant near'Jacksonville :
business graciously as the circumstances would road in building the wharf streets of the city or the school and performing their re- is probably the only plant of
; permit. The dinner, which was agreed and maintaining company it for thirty years grounds or court house grounds?" spective duties incumbent upon themas the kind in the State but if Mr. Will-
ter, and for this reason will be more upon as the forfeit to be'paid for by would amount to about six thousand The ownership of the public streetsof parts of the legislative machine. son's estimate of t quantity of the
convenient to a large number of customers the losing side, will be spread soon, dollars. Granting that this to be ture.I the city is not vested in the Council ,Mr. Acree said there was almost fuel to be found in Florida' is even in '
than any other. and a famous spread it will be. I contend that the land in the streetto but in the people. I am no law- complete unanimity among the mem- a broad sense accurate the mining ', '
Mr. Dann is an experienced grocery- Messrs. Andrew Johnson, C. A. the lake is worth more than six yer, but I'd like to see the point tested bers; they did not care to take up and manufacture of peat promises to
and thorough business man, Carson and P. A. Vans Agnew the other and will- become
man a dollars. But this is not the in the courts. legislation were quite an important industry withina
.' and he begins business in his new location committee in charge met this morn- thousand real question to be considered. Plane The people are now becoming ing to adjourn when they had finishedthe few years. ,
.. full of confidence that it will ing to agree upon the preliminary have been made and discussed between aroused on the public dock question work for which they were called Mr. Will son's study of the matter
1 be an instant and permanent success. arrangements for the dinner. Details I gentlemen representing the city and this may be taken as the best together.An has advanced far enough to give him
:.r : will be announced later. The follow and property owners along the lake omen yet manifested for the ultimate appropriation of' $10,000 was the assurance of certainty and this
ing menu was adopted as bearing out front looking to the construction ofa procurement of a municipal dock that made to pay the cost of the session. interview may be catalogued as a
TRIPLET IN DEMAND the color scheme which would be sea-wall and boulevard along lye will fully meet the demands. The members and attaches were allowed prophecy.
most : diem for three and
appropriate lake front, granting a certain part of Talk of An Injunction.B. per days

{ AS STUMP SPEAKER Menu Blue for Points Blue and on Half White, Shell Dinner., the made-land to the city of for park .who C. Miller i is another leading citizen ;- ten mileage cents, the a mile members and the at the attaches rate of at CHANGES ON STAff : "*
White Horse Radish purposes. closing Darlingtonavenue opposes the closing; of Darlington the rate of five cents a mile.
and making a railroad avenue. Mr. Miller thinks
Blue Label Sauce.
While the State bears the
yard of it will make .the realizationof action should be taken to prevent the expenseof Of OSCEOLA JOURNAL
ECEIVES REQUEST TO SPEAKIN : Diamond Back Terrapin, the session, a bill was passed authorizing -
in Ramekins. this scheme impossible. We can-, execution of the agreement, and a
? the State Treasurer to receive P7'
BEHALF OF CLAUDE White Rhenish Wine not estimate the value of this street.I .' meeting to consider rich a ste-) was
to reimburse the State for this
( 'L'ENULE. of am very sorry that the membersof scheduled to be held this afternoonat money AVERY POWELL" SUCCEEDEDBY.
(Vintage 76)) The extra session called
Council have taken such action. It the office of J. M. Willed, .r. expense.
White Rock Wat.erBreast mistake." upon the petition of the Jacksonville D. a POTTS, AS THE A'
I is in nrry/ opinion a great
of Native Fowl Board of Trade and that body agreedto .. .
Stonewall Jackson Triplstt, he of I (White Meat Only) Stanford Enters Protest."I CITY IS PAID EORCHEMICAL pay the cost of the session. Legal CITY EDITOR.
the intrepid countenance and unassailable I Saratoga Chips. opposed this proposition whenit authority was needed however, to allow "
Democracy and sonorous I Chilled Blue Ribbon was up for discussion On a pre- the State to receive money for The Osceola Journal has moved laW \.
I voice, in in demand as a campaign: I Neufchatel (white) with toasted vious occasion," said H. Clay Stan- ENGINE that purpose, and such a bill was its new building pn Stewart avenue i''
orator, and may be heard in thecause crackers. ford. "The sum total of the transaction passed.It this week and along with the"change
of the just if he can get his Demi-Tasse. is that the city gives the railroadthe was doubtless surprising to many in location announces a change on tne
consent to go out on the hustings. White Seal Cigars Cigarettes use of one of its streets and the CLERK AUTHORIZED TO !MAKE that the Legislature finished the work local staff, Avery ti. Powell being succeeded ;
Mr. Triplett has received a request I (Moet & Chandon's) railroad is to build a wharf of the in such short time, and that no at- by D. B. Potts in the position ,
from Claude L'Engle, nominee of thepe.rty kind that it wants for its own use. ,DRAFT ON LAFRANCE, tempt to take up other business was of city editor. r.tu ai
at to The kind of wharf that the railroad COMPANY.The was encouraged. Such an Mr. t
for Congressman Large, attemptwas Powell an experienced young
COUNCIL PROVED will build is not the kind of wharf
address the voters in his behalf at made, but was voted down. Mr. newspaper man, having worked on.
Kissimmee, Sanford and Orlando.In that the people of Kissimmee want. Acree was of the opinion that all will several publications in Florida. IHs'
making this request Mr. L'Engle fLINT HEARTED After Darlington avenue is closed, City is to receive pay for the be glad that nothing further than the is energetic and affable and has a a
said that he would be unable to go Kissimmee will have only one street old chemical engine which was replaced specific objects of the special session host of friends who will be glad to .
out in his own proper person on ac that opens on the lake proper and by the auto fire truck, recently 'were attempted. know that he will remain in K .ltn- >j i
copnt of ill I health.COUNCILMAN. NO REDUCTIONS MADE AT BEHEST that is Ruby avenue, and the city will purchased from the LeFrance Co. mee. He i* connected with the Dixie
OF SEVERAL COM- be very little better off so far as the Tuesday evening Council directed picture theater. j, t i ,
facilities"of thekind CHARGE AGAINST
PLAINANTS TUESDAY. possession of dockage Clerk filbert to make draft for $350on Mr. Potts got his newspapertrain-, 4v
If the
; LEE that are goes. the LaFrance Co., in payment for ire on the Toledo Blade, and for ,
city gets the right kind of a dock the engine. This was in accordancewith MARSHAL FILED months has been sending out bright
Though there were several'' prop- the city will have to build it. I fail the
made with
agreement the and spicy matter from' Kissimmee
CHUCKLES IN DELIGHTHAD erty owners to enter complaint to to see that the city is to receive any company when the auto truck was that has attracted much favorable .
Council Tuesday evening at the sort of adequate compensation in return -
purchased. The amount of $350 was ALLEGED THAT HE IS DERELICTIN criticism. He believes Kissimmee has .t,,'
amount of the assessments levied for the concession that it was
-- to be allowed when the city made its a great future and with thief belief
against them the executive body asked to make and has made. VARIOUS PARTICULARS.TO -
THE PLEASURE OF SEEING first payment of $1500 on the newajfparatus. is prepared to lend a hand in the commendable -
failed to take action in There
any reducingthe were numerous expressions .
BE INVESTIGATED. work of the section
SHOW TREK THROUGH levies. .f the same kind, among those who and its advantages be- '
A resolution was passed at the con- voiced l opposition being Hub Fleming. fore the continuously'
public. .
KISSIMMEE. clusion of the sitting setting forth Mr. Fleming regarded the trade as a WOODBECK BUYS A mild sensation was caused at the tf I ?
I and the the without meeting of Council it. , r
1 K briefly succinctly opinion bad one for city compensating Tuesday evening 'I. - ''''I't' "
Councilman John M. Lee is having that no sufficient cause had been advantages. when charges were preferred against' Sanford corrspondencV: .-" Tanipaa I .
.1 t' e" !his good time this week. To begin shown why the figures .. .. Mayor Bryan Defends Actions STORE IN ;KISSIMMEE: Marshal Pitman. Tribune: Mr. and Mr,.' D&Q1Wag."h; ;. b. 4,;r"
n.'with the Council adopted the proposi- by the Council at previous sessions "The proposition has all been .. The charges were made by W. B. ner and daughters AJUissee ;Maud, :;" ,[1']:; i!
Hion of the Atlantic Coast lAne; railway should be changed.The complainants threshed out" said Mayor Bryan in Johnson and Drew Alvey.' It was alleged Alice and Ada passed througi118a: k' ",
to build .wharf if the Council pocketed their grievances. and discussing the deal and the resultant A transaction in realty. recorded that the marshal was derelict ford Sunday, en route to KissimmeeI', .IJ
Pot', :,would-close Darlington; avenue.. Mr. disappeared. dissatisfaction.. "I acted In accord this week was the transfer of the in the performance of his duty, the their future .home. V'A large number*:j 1y J j ,
'Lee has''been'working, to have a I with the resolution passed by Council Ownership of j the store building in counts being somewhat'numerous.. of their friends were at the depot to 'ttl
wharf built for a long time, and he Mrs. R. O. Bowden and pretty little 1 and believed I was doing that which course of construction op Stewart Upon motion the list of particularswas spend the .short time between trains. 't' >
iexperienced a thrill of victory'when daughter Evelyn\, .Dads, City, are would be approved by a majority' of avenue next the office of the Osceola referred to a committee composed 1 with them and r express their'great. ,A "
tae proposed agreement was voted by: the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr CMner the citizens of Kissimmee. It remains Journal building from Arthur E. of C. W. Dana John M.: Iwo regret thatrSanf.rd-'was' no longer"their : -"ii
Mabbette be to J. D. Woodbeck. In turn : and A.. S. Gilbert for InYMti tion.. home. "" ,' F.a.1' .If.
; ,. the ,Council, to: be agreeable to that oa street yet for ordinance to passed put- Donegan /.' V'/"v'r ," .' ".,...... .';., i-: .,
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BOARD PUBLISHESTEXT improved methods. '. : Tested :and Proved .

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least to some extent.; At any rate Freshness.well. high grads; quality. !

-.J... ..;,. ._- ';--' ,NEXTWEEK: -- BOOK. CONTRACTS patrons-they were who interesting had -no--events direct concern to the : Buy ..your .: Call-. for GROCERY what you LINE want in the ,,"

1/ : at -- for the 'industry that they were Intended ,
; to promote. They showed
.. ..' SETS THOSE IN ERROR RIGHT --and were meant to show-in con-
z I :'SHOESfrom.
: ;: centrated.form. the. highest, capacity :
S. of the soil under the treatment It had ,
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received. They exhibited the progress -
: ,.' EXCHANGE PRICES WILL BE AL- in stock breeding and crop cultivation ,
Street North KUsimmc LOWED FOR FIFTEEN MONTHS from year to and the ,
lessons thus conveyed no doubt had

.. ,.. .DATING FROM EXPIRATION a wholesome influence upon thefarmingcommunities ., 1
OK COUNTY CONTRACTS.' .that.participated
: In the "show." i '1

I All Shoes Cattle and hogs, horses and poultry -
The State Text Book Commission are to be seen at the gatherings, Whidden
has issued a copy of the contract for but these nowadays are but second-
school books made' by the commission' ary considerations. It is less cattle
with the publisher providing fr the show and more fair. There is more
25 Per Cent exchange of old books for new and the machinery than live stock or mammoth -

mnditions governing exchange. MisrMderstanding corn, tomatoes or pumpkins.As & Co.
on the part of tilt people an educational stimulus the old
in regard to these provisions has fair has been outgrown. DIBBLE & SONDR.
called for this publicity of the con- When the agricultural colleges "on
offLi tract, and the following extract from wheels" carry;) their practical mes- :
the contract is published for that rea- sages to the farmers, the latter can and
son. The extract begins with Section learn more of fundamental value to
I G of the contract, and reads: the tilling of the soil in one week of WM. HARPER
"fiTNThe: party of the second part demonstration than they could at a : get a
further agrees to and with the partyof score of cattle fairs.
I '-.- -- I the first part that it will supply But this is not to be construed as guaranteewith
y I each and all of'the books and publications -. meaning that the mission of the old
embraced in this contract at the fashioned fair is ended. They have STECIALIST/ /
ii I exchange prices herein set forth, and merely conformed to the changing them. CHRONIC DISEASES
l .
S. S. BUZZA & SON will accept in exchange any and all needs and tastes. The present demand .
old books which have been in use In. is for a more varied entertain- CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE
this State under the county adoption I ment than there was a generation or ,
J plan at anytime within the past five two ago with its simpler times. The In the State KISSIMM E:. FLA
Cement and Concrete
years, and which are upon the same same class of farmers that in TUESDA VS. THU/fSOA YS.SA TUROA YS
subject as the books for which theyare days would have been shocked thOS.j Bank Bldg. OFFICE CENTRAL HOTEL
it Work of all Kinds offered in part payment. vaudeville show insist upon
In every exchange of books of the it now, or the fair is too .
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY same grade on the same subject, the them. And the trained dogs or bears PHONE 26fl ORLANDO, FLA.
pupil, patron or citizen of Florida nowadays are a better and larger at- We also do
1 R.sldencePhone68 Mabbette Street shall pay only the contract exchange traction than all the domestic ani- Neat Shoe

Office Phone 182 near Dillingham Ave.Illllllllillllt. price herein agreed to and which shall mals to be seen at a fair. Then the RepairingllulIIlSIIIlIIlIIIuiii ..........s.d... .<.dlaefkAu
,; be printed on the back of the new aeroplane, about which so much[ has
f' book introduced. been read, can be seen free. I I I ) r.M. TILLER *
:. "In every case of exchange of a book The present day fair is not withoutits I .
1'r' of lower grade, for one of higher social advantages. Old friends I
I 'iiiiiiistittisistitsit : to grade, on the same subject, the pupil, meet there, who perhaps do not see i Real Estate Agency.

I .. patron, or citizen of Florida, shall be one another the entire year. And it ..............................:. tf
r allowed on the purchase price of the enlivens the community where it is Metal Shingles
book sought to be bought an amount held, which is of material benefit to I 4 Realty bought and sold. r
equal to that which would be allowedwere its people. Life in most rural placesis $3. 50 and : Houses rented.
up. .
the old book offered in exchangefor serious. The farmers see none too
a new one of the same grade of much of the lighter side of it. There TIN AND IRON ROOFING 5 Taxes paid and Titles verified .

: KISSIMMEESALES the old book. fore the agricultural fair, which gives .M for non-residents. .
"In every case of an exchange of a them their chief enjoyment in a year PLUMBING SUPPLIES '2 Fire, Life and Accident In- .
book of higher grade for an adopted of hard work, should be encouraged- Write me before placing surance. ..
book of lower grade on the same sub- whether it be old fashioned. or mod- your order. .
4 Indemnity Bonds.
I ject, the pupil, patron, or citizen of ernized. P1
; --- STABLES Florida, shall be allowed on the purchase i We can't do much in a live stock K. R. LAU ."II'9"'U''V''U''r
t- y price of the book sought to be exhibition except chickens," but we; -
bought an amount equal to that which can make a showing of fruits and 162
J would be allowed were the old book vegetables, and we can have some TAMPA FLORIDAIf
offered in exchange for the same practical talks from practical men
; ri 1 -$ Iii } grade as the new book which is being from the State agricultural experi- !

... , purchased. ment station, and they can bring
\\t.o, >. "It is further agreed by the partyof along some things worth seeing. Letus r I t enne hp.ButIB
I have the above 1
is ".f purchased I the second part with the party of I start something soon. .
I 4 am prepared to sell some of the finest the first part that during the period I -- - --- --- If you want a .1

1 horses and mules brought to this market. allowed for exchange that the sam I ]
ever terms and conditions herein allowed BARGAIN BARBER'S J-fo.B"r
an r"
", At present I have on hand about thirty splendid upon the promotional exchange of old THINKS TED WILL

M; horses of which weigh 160O" Ibs. books heretofore used under the coun- ORANGE GROVE
some ,
ty plan of adoption, shall be allowed
7 : which 1 will sell at extremely low prices. and apply in a like manner to each BE THIRD IN RACE or land to grow Cold Drinks & Cigars
and all of the new books and publications L i

*r ] The livery portion of the stables is up- hereafter embraced used in in the this public contract schools to be in Oranges and Kissimmee, Fla.

'? < tod-ate in every particular, the teams and Florida, this applying to promotional FOLSOM BACK FROM NORTH
< Grapefruitaee
vehicles being the beat. exchange only.
I "It is mutually agreed and under-
stood .by the parties hereto that the BUCKLES
c -Yifi' =r exchange period for counties not now VISITED NEW YORK, BOSTON C
under a contract with publisher or AND WASHINGTON AND HE 1-
publishers for school books shall' be -u'y': ;; wish to bay as ,

? Heavy Hauling win be a Specialty for fifteen months from September, FINDS: LITTLE: FAVOR FOR
1911, and in any county or counties 3RD TERM CANDIDATE.
that cannot use the adopted books AutomobileOr
-.'r-ffilfi! until the expiration of existing county GRfl YSTONE TM S SHOP
: contracts, the exchange period shall i
be for fifteen months beginning on and From his observations made duringa *
next succeeding the date of the expiration sojourn of three weeks' in Boston, LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS hare you automobile -
W. MILLER and termination of such county New York and Washington, Capt. Made to Order
J. Proprietor contract. That during the exchange Moses Folsom, editor of the St/Cloud
.1 period herein fixed all the stipulationsand Tribune, is of the opinion that Roose- also
provisions herein made fixing velt will be third in the presidentialrace. Repaired

< the terms and conditions of exchange . Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done :
re and setting forth the exchange allowances : Capt. Folsom spent Monday nightin
& in mmim shall be fully honored and per- I Kissimmee, having arrived on the ". Go to
formed by the party of the second I I evening train from his visit to the "WHATEVER IS WORTH-
part. North. lie went to St. Cloud on the
"(i. It is further agreed by the morning train Tuesday. I GRIFFIN'S
party of the second part that where "The general opinion seems to be," DOING WELL"is
the books and publications embraced! I I I said Capt. Folsom, "that Roosevelt's I our motto first, last and all the
within this contract for State adop- following will amount to little in the I time. If your carriage, or wagon, I GARAGE
tion, are now being furnished and race. He has fallen in the estimationof is in our estimation not worth the
TURPENTINE BUSINESS used in any one or more counties of the Republicans of the country; 'cost of repairs, we'll tell you so I
-- -- -- -"- .. the State of Florida, under a county from the lofty station of expresi.dent ; frankly) ; if it is worth the expense
'I I contract which has not expired, that and leader of his party to the I we will guarantee both. Our esti-

FOR SALE on and after __ ___ __ days from the level of a common scold. lie's abus- mate of the cost costs you nothingyou -
date of this agreement the party of ing everybody, Taft and Wilson and need only ask.WAGONS Get the
the second part will furnish in such the entire outfit in both the old pag 4;, err.eaQ Habit

P. .t'\\'. _ county or counties the books and pub- ies, and this comes with poor grace SMOKEBoone's )
i '
from who has been honored
lications embraced herein at the price one as
: made for the State adoption Roosevelt has. lie will have a consid-
or prices Straighfr
15,000 Acre Land and Timber in fee simple and on after u____ days from date erable following; he has a hold on a

J: /. 3,000 Acres Round Timber, of this agreement will extend to all great many people; his spectacular Made in Kissimmee 1.
charactr would do that, if nothingelse
''t : such counties each and all of the ex- j
y.;. 79,000 One Year Boxes, change privileges and allowances but it is my candid belief that The Cigar with the Real Taste
'. he will be third in the race; the be-
-, 140,000 Two Year Boxes, herein stipulated the same as though Box trade solicited
lief is growing stronger with thoughtful -
there was no county contract exist-
85,000 Three Year Boxes Look far Union Label.
1 '. ing." people everywhere that I've seen
f 24,000 Four Year Boxes, that the contest will be between Taft
and Wilson, and that Roosevelt is
40,000 Fire Year Boxes.- really not to be counted in it."
ST.. CLOUD WANTS Capt. Folsom said that everything

50 Shanties pointed to a prosperous winter sea Sprigg Fleming-
4 Dwellings HARVEST FAIR son for Kissimmee and St. Cloud, and
he was glad to be back before the cold -
i" 25-Bbl. Still and Fixtures weather set in. It was cold enoughin +7 r I CLEANING 'L
: .i 1 Pomp and Bfciler) TRIBUNE MAKES SUGGESTIONFOR Boston before he left for an over- ,
,coat. "This is a mighty good place, BUILT TO ORDER. PRESSING
1 Cooper Shop and Tools AN EVENT OF SUCH A after all! ," said the captain comfort- DYEINGREPAIRING.""

J. .'\ 8 Mules ,' CHARACTER THIS FALL. ably, "and I'm glad to be back." BLACKSMITHING AND

l: I 3 Horse '
Close-In Resident Lots. HORSESHOEINGSatisfaction

../.. 3 Wagon and Harness >- ,p The St. Cloud Tribune is encpur- Two very desirable, close-in resi- Leave word my home and clothes|
; 3 Saddle and Bridle ) aging its people to hold a fair, say- dent lots, one of which is a corner will be celled lor and returned.
'>C ing: lot. These lots are on the water, or Money Refunded. -- .
2 Commissaries and Stock of Good September and October Tare the sewer and electric light lines. Located Satisfaction ...

2 months of the agricultural fairs- 'three and one half blocks from GuaranteeG <
Telephones and Fire Mile of Wire
: the "harvest home" time. These festivals Broadway, and two blocks from J. J. DANK . - v
,", are now in full blast in various Osceola High School. Just the place .
Good location oa the main line tl l the A. C. L. parts of the land, especially in the for a fine home. We are offering o I 'T lR,
North, not as many in Florida, and these Iota for a short time at a very ---- --- - -- - HERB IS A GUARANTEED
R. R. Healthy location and a food place to keep the South as should be. We have low price and on easy terms. Call Don't be dllflcnrad by an una'-bflF' CURB Got p

-t plenty oi laborer; plenty of labor now on the had talk about a fair at St. Cloud and we will show them to you. A GOOD and your emu neck chokln that will.?...!, k.... Iner.......1e .- 1
';. and it is hoped that we may get together 39tf H. M. BREAKER &: CO. EATA tams sooner* or .later* .:and other un"n t a <,(
: \I' on the subject and start some CHEAt> EAT "HALC'S. OINTMENT"Ooltr
l offer tki business for tie next ninety day thing. Our Agricultural Society and .. After C..hay... *to "tOY C....... '.,
r A..rtl. fa t. K11. G. you lried '
eYft7thlD& N.
I : .,t..;! for $10.00 per acre, including everything it this the Veteran's Association could get ..ft. alway brtmmm, rem+ltm. -' A QUICK EAT ".. beard 01.then you will appr..aka .r
; \ it started by making the effort. a oritofthlarem.dy. It '
K ::1' dedale. The i Is what you get at laeoC': ?
11 *... ... .-..= character of harvest home anyd.eomforbat.yer.-and ..Nsean'::1. :
week '
.'.1 /' and annual rural fair baa undergone one.lleattoD will fred.e. Mo.. Act
a marked change In recent Hatmaker's'Restaurant .It.than a_th a trwtnmt with __'
t GO 1'0WILDfR'S r.... '. Don" .
w 4 pars. Beginning: in the New Eng ......-.......apend say rnrs:saw for
,H. MT BREAKER & CO. county towns, their. purpose was STUDIOand Old Valley Gazette Building ate.t"Hi. .OI.t....... and It _
nad It the base
land. At least that wan the claim r4adyof. the klad thAt
.' educational''as' they .spread over the see what a tine photographyou also any kind of ,aver wIMeW aaa roar..many....the. W.empty"" ,to r
4..tI\\ made for them. Now it is can get they never rail to I that 1
'. quite dif ; ) ...karts.nsL.r a thou"of at.I
ferent. They ,were expected: to be I ,please you DRINKS to thdw 0 trial._t B.adH. .. or ;.

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""b/?>A.'CARSON, Prellde n., c"rav4N.IICOUT\!: RY Membership Contest. Pat( New, Life' f "

The Waters & Carson ): '* Into the Kissimmee', Board of ,Trade ,".-" ,'

,. ... .
Grove ;

: Benefit' to Follow the Canvass will be Greater than the .Mere, .'.. .. --. ,._..._....'. ,_......._ s a ._,,:+,- ----.- .--. '.......
Grocery : -- '
. CompanyWholesale -, .Addition of Members and Collection of Money; : : ", '
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That was a famous- contest, which Other efforts' 'failed, and not until r r' 0. p'.e' '
and Retail Dealers In- : : ;
was concluded Saturday night of lastweekTthe the evening ,before the trial did the -- ,- ,- "
committee in- charge of the affair exhaust -
i contest to, add new members :
their' hopes and resources in .
; GR'OCERIES. i to the .Kissimmee Board of getting out 'Of town lawyers. This For Sale
.. Trade: It was famous.In the senile feature of 'the entertainment could -i- : j-:
not be over-looked. The out of town .' '
\ . that it attracted wide notice throughout I \1It'W \, '.
the State and beyond the borders attorneys were necessary for advertising .
, .
i" WE \ of Florida, and because it was characterized -. and "drawing"' purposes When '- ''' 'f", -
SELL 'WE 'BUY by a fine spirit of rivalry and Friday noon arrived and the train .
was filled with unusual features, the from Tampa brought Senators Dun- M1 '
HAY most notable of which was the mock can U. Fletcher and Nathan P. Bryan 1 ; imita'
i HIDES trial participated in by Florida's re the problem was solved.- The com- I We have s acres of good land adjoining the corporate 1
mittee beseig the senators to take I
, GRAIN FURS presentatives Senate. For a in home-made the United.entertain States i part in the trial, and they consented. of a nice town of about 2,000 people.where they have good school '. A-

i FERTILIZERS ment-this was a star number. It was Senator Fletcher defended, and Senator and church privilege; this tract ha 17 acre of orange and grape

WOOL none of your set and rehearsed affairs' ; Bryan prosecuted. fruit just beginning to bear well, will more"valuable,
SHINGLES it was impromptu and spontaneous, : The Kissimmee Concert Band gave grove grow .
l AND the brand of wit exchanged was original its services and a >txarade, was formedat each and every year; it if a splendid property and a good loca.. ,
ORANGE BOXES the situations were self-created, the corner of Poisell and Broad- tion. ..
and the enjoyment of the affair ythe way and moved to the court house. -
ORANGE WRAPS .,. ALL audience was self evident. The band led the parade, followedby We also have a 60 acre farm in the same neighborhood that '
The result of the contest when the Whites; in the center of the
VEOETABLECRATES COUNTRY counted. in dollars shows the tresuryof line came the Senators in C. A. Car- all lies nicely every acre good fruit land and now has a'6ne bearing -' ,

the Board of Trade some six hun- son's shay and the Blues marched in orange and grapefruit grove, about half and half. nil grove !
CRATE NAILS PRODUCE than it the rear of the line. The contesting
dred dollars .better off was. brings
good returns each year can -be bought on terms u
sides headed each with a con
From a bankrupt( body it has come were
I. to be one with funds to pay off its veyance carrying illuminated signs.! of payment and will pay large dividends on the price each\ year. ... f'f'It '

I We sell field and garden seeds of alll kinds. which indebtedness to do some with a much balance needed left work.with The were legends such as chosen these: by"We've the won Whites this is owned by a non-resident who will for lei than it i* 4i.t rp

'"We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping Better than that, however, the missionary fight because we're White and right." worth. Located half a mile from a large lake that is 5 mile .

i parUes. 'work that was accomplishedwill "We'll hang their hides on the weep- wide and t 12 miles long where there it fine thing and boating '
result in a revived organization; ing willows, the Blue devils, they deserve ,
Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12. one that will be alive and alert to its it." The Blues had such com- The man who'secures this grove will be fortunate indeed as it will .

.i We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circula peculiar and important functions. plimentary references to the Whitesas pay a large income-and i is a delightful place to live, with ordinary I
and writhe
The town was thoroughly canvassed; these: "They wriggle
and prices on fertilizers. no one escaped and those who fails! 'neath the pruning scythe of the good buildings. -

w to join may be set down as hopeless Blue-so true." "The. White got 4he ,We also have in the same neighborhood the Thomas Grove ,
when it to taking in blight." There were others of the I
cases comes
those movements that look to the same tone and tenor. , and 60 acres of excellent land, joining a fine large lake, and this

general betterment.The Doll parasols and Japanese lanterns lake it connected with 6 others by artificial canal to that one can .J:

FIRE INSURANCE? Yes, the Best Companies midnight.contest The closed Blues were Saturday victoriousover at constituted the parade the and fantastic Judge decorationsof George F. I visit all these lakes by boat, furnishing a splendid place for a

the Whites. There was no for- Parker, as grand marshal, kept the pleasure resort. Nine acre of oranges tangerine and grapefruit, ra
mal count When the contest closed be- belligerents in line with a baseballbat. f
,cause of the absence of Capt. ArthurE. The prisoner-nearly forgot the nice large bearing trees in splendid condition. Ten acre more
Why. not use the same good judgment in buying Donegan: of the Blues; but there prisoner-walked in the parade under I of. land ready to plant. The owner of this land owns another ;4

Insurance that you do in buying goods for your was matioruaa an informal to the (standing exchange of the of infor-sides, heavy about guard him and, which maintained formed a its cordon vigi- grove and desires to sell.! this one. We want to show it to a prospective

store or clothes for your family? and this showed the Whites to be de lance all through the trial which fol I buyer, introduce him to Jhe owner and let him deal direct.It .

Our Motto i* prompt and courteous treatment. feated.noisy canvass The Whites that half had of made the sucha people lowed.due time The and court the house trial was begun.reachedin Col. J is. 2 1-2 miles from railway station and convenient to school .,

in town were White partisans and Andrew Johnson in the role of judgewas I Fine Colonization Property: We have 200 acres of good cit s
believed them to be the winners, but the huge and undeniable hit of
fruit land with station the
rus a railway on land. 2 miles from a
with all the
the Blues were steady workers and the evening. Presiding .
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCYD. made such a small fuss that they judicial gravity of an English woolsack i good town; splendid 2-story, 8-room house, store building large "

excited little attention. Like the gumshoe Judge Johnson fenced and par- I barn feed lots, garage and 10 acres' of splendid bearing orange .
ried with the lawyers and witnesses
G. WAGNER Manager politician, however, they were
there wheL.the__votea. wexc. caunledU _and_.didn't, scratch a iime. Upon the and grapefruit grove-with-qutte a number of budded peach tees; .. --
and won out hands down. opening of the trial and the calling 40 acres more land fenced and in cultivation ready to plant to
of the venire of jurymen Senator
Sham Libel Suit Caused Much Talk.
'.. The sham libel suit caused an endless Fletcher moved to quash the venire grove. This is a splendid proposition for locating a number of

lot of talk and criticism. There and summon a jury of suffragettesfrom neighbors in the same neighborhood and there are sufficient im- ;'
H who failed to catch the the audience to try the case.
Long Distance idea that many it was a farcical proceedingand Objection was made by the prosecu- provements to make it valuable and interesting. We want to show ,

Advertisingis Phone2J6 some of Mr. Donegan's friends tion on the ground that it was desir- you this property and introduce you to the owne'r. .
from afar were taking the liveliest able to finish the case some time, and ,
interest in the proceedings. Even he was sure that it wouldnever be I The reason we do not give prices on these grove i ia because ,

some of those living in the county concluded if women should undertakethe people frequently think they know all about it' and wait until they ,
... saying the right thing were on the verge of offering their trial. The defense ked
l assistance before they were apprisedor that half the jury be compose of come; but we want you to write and ask u* about these grove. '

i at the right timein "fell" to the fact that it was all women, but Judge Johnson overruledthis then we will go into detail, tell about all their condition surroundings . a
he did the other. lie
of motion as
in fun. This feature out
the right the publication of the White Wasp informed the attorney for the defense ; price etc. We have groves in prices ranging anywhere from If {

wayWe and the Blue Label, the official or- in short, that hs would proceed $2,500 to $50,000 each. Can suit any reasonable minded person
of the Whites and Blues, re without delay to the trial of the case;
gans would stand for who want a good Florida home or investment. Have fine truck .
make a specialty of planning. preparing spectively. These diminutive papers that the court no
literature and conducting campaigns for were issued for the purpose of keeping more of it. As was to be expected, farm, city property, etc. Correspondence solicited. I : r
Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities the public interest in the contest the haggling between the lawyers
1 and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN alive ,and an effort was made to continued, with the judge dipping in
make them waspish and libelous; they effectively' and the crowd being keptin "
succeeded very well for there was a an uproar the while.
ADVERTISERS demand for the mon the streets and Bogus Telegrams Created Merriment. 4
A feature of the trial was the reading
' the sales at five cents a copy were '' :
\ surprisingly large.. s of supposititious telegrams, NELSON REALTY; COMPANY
From the beginning it,was plannedto which seemed to arrive most oppor- ,. :;., ..r 1 :,< rOver
TAMPA FLORIDA wind up the ..contest 'with' some tunely. At the outset there was one > '4,?,\.L...' 'DU\j"'yWy." ,I,1\; ?y < ,-. ;-.1"( ,1'(* ,j'.j' 1\\\\ .,I.I i
novel and the from Governor Gilchrlst which ex- \
kind of entertainment \ >
-. mock trial .was evolved. But this presed the hope that Donegan wouldbe Citizen, ?k'zKlSSIMMEEt l;;: : : FLA44: : : ej': }, >. ,;
mock trial was. different from the convicted; "if he isn't," continuedthe ." " "''"" , "", ,
usual moot court. Governor "let me know and I will .' 011 IJ
Davis and Fish Sent Letters of ask the Supreme Court for an advisory -
OF IISSIMMEE Regret.An opinion concerning him. I am !
STATE BANK; ( effort was made to get out of quite sure that he l is doing businessas
town lawyers to prosecute and defendthe a senator without a license.." i
captain of the Blues, who was Another "hot-airgram" came just I

Oldest Bank in Osceola County of charged regret with came criminal from the libel.first Litters selections about the witness time Lewis, testified.O'Bryan This, came complaining .............. NNNNNO .

Depository for but both expressed, their desire from Gov. Cole L. Blease, of South EMIL MACH "
" "'... UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT STATE OK FLORIDA to be present as follows: Caroline, and informed the judge thatif Aat: !*'.d.rd OH Co., ERNEST MACH ,."
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA CITY op KISSIMMEE DeLand, Fla., Sept. 21, 1912 O'Bryan were cOQvicted that he
Hon. J. H.:' Reese, Kissimmee, Fla. (Blease) would pardon him Immedi- '
CAPITAL STOqK FULLY PAID $50.000008UltPLVS Dear Mr. Reese: Allow me to ately and would furthermore come to : MACH: EE.OS- .'
30.00000STO4KHOLDERM' thank- you for your favor of the 20th Florida und run for Governor. He
and I that if it would show the judge and the peopleof
instant, assure you
LIABILITY . [OOOO.OO were possible for me to be at Kis- Florida how to heap indignitiesupon : Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable :
DEPOSITORS' SECURITY Jo.oooToo simmee next Friday evening I shouldbe his constituents. '
delighted to handle 'the prosecu- Other telegrams or "hot-airgrams, + Agt. International Harvesting Co.Everything ,
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT :. tion against Captain Donegan, and as they were' termed, came from LouisC. +,
t '
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENTC. nothing would give me more pleasure Massey, Donegan's former political AI.I. XJN"CS: : :e:: :rBVY Ir C7I.IJYQ. '
than to do anything could to help antagonist, offering to supply any : .
Board of Trade.I evidence that might be needed to con- ,,"\ / ,
Jno. M. LeeVjcePres't M. KaUVicePrea't N. B. Carson your new and first class. We render prompt and : \
A. Carton I had the pleasure of being presentat vict Donegan, and another came from ,' '
t. Prea't 2d Caahier a large and enthusiastic meetingof Theodore Roosevelt putting S. J. Trip- satisfactory service day or night. t',
your Board of Trade dome time last lett, one of the prosecuting witnesses
spring, and I was very much pleased in the Ananias club. : ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT '.

to see the interest that was manifested Real telegrams came from W. B. Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 r t
-' by your business men along the Powell, secretary of the Tampa Boardof 7

I lines However of public, in as improvements much as I, will etc. be latka Trade Board; W.of B.Trade Royster, and, R.of C.the Mun-Pa- .................... ......

FAVORITE FERTILIZERS engaged in Marion County during the caster, of the Ocala Board of Trade.

!greater part of next week I fear thatit They expressed regret at not being . -- u _- __- --__
will be impossible for me to accept able to be present and hoped for the '
ARE THE RESULT PRODUCING KIND your kind invitation. conviction of the culprit.In I' '
With assurances of respect, to the. alleged libelous article !
They are aa good aa careful supervision and honest yourself, and best wishes for the sub- O'Bryan had been charged with being
methods can make them. Special formula for cess of-your Board of Trade, I beg from South Carolina, 'and this wasa $
CITRUS FRUITS, POTATOES TOMATOES, to be, point which brought out a line of
Yours very truly, testimony quite
TUCE CELERY and all truck cro .. CARY D. LANDIS. the stand Mr. O'Bryan testifiedto ABSTRACTSOF

WRIT FOB BOOKLKT Tampa, Fla., Sept. 25, 1912. a knowledge of what it was that '
INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY Hon. J. H. Reese, Care Kissimmee the Governor of South Carolina had
Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla. said to the Governor of North Caro-
JAQKM0NVILLE.FLORIDA Dear Sir: I have been away from lina. This was considered very dam- TITLE a.
VJ. M. LEE. Alrent: home for quite a while in attendanceupon aging evidence against the pro ecu-
the courts in the lower countiesand
did not return until a day or two tion.One of the best witnesses was A. S.
--, --. ,-- ago. My old friend Colonel Andrew Nelson. He was evidently eager to to t
Johnson, called to see me yesterdayand testify 'n defense of his chief, for
presented me the invitation, Nelson was a Blue, and probably hurt Lands in Osceola County
signed by you, to attend the mock the cause of the Blues by his eager
DANCING trial to be held in Kissimmee Friday ness. He said that he had known
] night, and to act as counsel for the Donegan since 1620. No effort was Furnished by
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING ATFmEMEN'S distinguished culprit who is evidentlyto made to impeach this remarkable
be convicted on that night. testimony; the only question asked by
MALL I am fond of amusement of this the prosecution being if Nelson was R.G.. JOHNSTO'NCLERK .
sort and would be glad indeed if it not a real estate agent. Being forced
M were so that I could attend It is, to admit that he was, it became evident -
however, quite impossible for me to : that the verdict of the audiencewas OF CIRCUIT COURT $faulu

do so on account of an engagement that his testimony should be ___ _. **v.
; George N. Saunders I have in Manatee County and which thoroughly discredited. It was this,
I explained to Colonel Johnson yes- probably more than any other one Prices of Abstracts are Governed by Statutes of :u
terday.Be thing that brought about the quick
BOAT BUILDER assured of my appreciation of decision of the jury and severe sentence - the State of Florida j '
the invitation and permit me to express which .wa. recommended. c :-<. ,
Agent'for UF.,..-0"*** "&.l."Frgieesad also my high personal regard Johnson Got Quick Action From Jury .,
rratl. imn..fill I.--- tor yourself.Very. The charge given by Judge John- 1 ,)II" Y.
sincerely yours, <- son was a masterpiece of rhetorical 1ti '. Yirn
JCJSSUUIEE FLORIDA ROBT. W. DAVIS. I I I ( Continued on Page Four.) .

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i o r+ .", EUCALYPTUS. TREES I meantime the Board of Trade t
'j.. profited by the door! receipt
'a' t rriLE Complimentary
,' ; safs frees all- th. deadly germs .f f t
sleeping under sONLY LEE HAS 'TREES AND AN IDEA In Referee Court Osceola County, .a must not think; that i it is, tr

- -_ I StaUot Florida ... : _: _. regular subscribe! : ,..! .. . later de .
II I The. Court will now instruct "on you ] the intention of the publishers to J, ,
WOULD SUPPLY"' 'CITY WITH|. THE I < the law' applicable in this case as it is
This is 'mminat.Jibel in the subscription price,
TREES AT COST IP SUCH AN a brought mand of them
this Court by Lewis O'Bryan charging Board
by our
INVESTMENT"WERE\ DECIDER -. the-'defendant, Arthur E. Done- mailed to them "+

fI UI'ON.! gan, with the crime of. criminal libel Commissioners for the purpose
of County ,
occasioned by the publication of a
w certain article in a newspaper of general acquainting them'with the many advantage I

What la that Kissimmee circulation., known as "The Blue offer .
needs Label" and opportunities this town and county

most? The jury are instructed that the I will be mailed a
-That isa hardquestion,, and" it defendant Is=presumed to be innocent ; the home.eeker.The paper

would be difficult to reach an agreement of the crime charged\ until proven i few weeks to any person whose name is given -i

if any considerable number were guilty upon competent testimony to it
your satisfaction, beyond reasonable and if they should desire to receive regularly '
to answer, but all will agree that Kis- doubt. us,

t V ,I' -- nimrnee needs shade trees much. You are"Instructed that I if you be- thereafter, we would be glad to put '\i

What ia being done by the city to lieve, from the evidence, that the subscription list at,the regular ;
supply this need ? crime charged was committed in the them on our

County of Osceola, State of Florida, ,
WESTBROOK BABY PROTECTOR Nothing. within two years from the date of rates.Osceola

Is it impossible for Klssimmee to the indictment, and you so believe the ,,
!! 1" I have shade trees? defendant guilty, from the evidence, {w1t.
', \ a?
b it will be duty to find the de-
I' Oh, no; it is one of the easiest your .
\; .,: $1.50 and $.200. Can be used any. place thins in the world. fendant formation.guilty, as charged in the in-. f

1 ;.'V'' ;: Call and see them at things to is do it? one of the easiest. Libel is defined, as far as applicableto (
this the malicious defam-
case as \
Because the
Honorable John M.
ry : Lee has saved the city the preliminary ation of a person made public: by any Inc.
I KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. work by doing it himself, and is printing or writing, tending to pro- Lumber
voke him wrath him ,
j prepared to supply the city with the to or expose to
best of shade trees, the eucalyptus. hatred, contempt or ridicule.
t j .;.i" Councilman Lee i is! not, so much a Now, gentlemen, about the' first

tP, .'."' ,,..' calyptus philanthropist trees experimenting as for Jw the is k past tree with two question this solve article is this you complained: will what be impression called of upon reader would to PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY WORKS '

three years, and he has several well convey to the mind of the ,

P I Low Round Trip' Rates grown simmee specimens and his place at his at home South in port.Kis- The alleged rule to that libelous, where is susceptibleof an article* Rough and Dressed LumberSash

He brought the seed from California, two meanings, it is for the juryto
: VIA and he paid for the seed at the rate say, after an investigation of the
of one cent for each seed. The seed article, what would naturally be understood -
t ATLANTIC COAST LINE were planted and nurtured and Mr. therefrom by the ordinary Doors, Brick, Lime, Cement
Lee now has a of
nursery eucalyptustrees
Laths >
that delight the He has You are therefore instructed that .t Plaster, Shingles, !
three varieties of the eye. if yout>elieve from the evidence that
eucalyptus in
:.1 .,.f FROM KISSIMMEE his nursery, but there is one kind, and the defendant wrote all that he pos- GENERAL BUILDING 'MATERIAL
sibly could, within the imaginarymind
$41.65Mew York and Philadelphia. Sold daily limit Oct. 31st. only one, that appears to be specially of a newspaper of
.. adaptable for use on the streets and
: S $87.65 Baltimore and Washington. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st. public grounds in this section. Mr. and concerning the plaintiff, and that Kissimmee, Florida
the same is true, will find the L
'r $50.l5-Chicai'0, Ill. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st. Lee has forgotten the botanicalname defendant not guilty.
but that doesn't make dif
;YM 65.25 Denver, Colo. Sold daily, limit Oct. 31st. ference. If all the botanical namesin The jury are instructed that the
; the world were forgotten it wouldbe prosecuting witness O'Bryan has !!I
$96.15-California points. Sold daily'limit Oct. 31st.
made proffer of himself before the
for the
a good thing layman, who
neither remember jury, that is to say you gentlemen
can nor

J.r Excursion Rates to Various Points Furnished on Application them.Mr. Lee The dotes kind on of is eucalyptus the pronounce spreading that up have; and had the an court opportunity instructs to you size thatit him Fruit and V egetablePackers' -

STOP OVERS ALLOWED branch kind. This tree affords a is the providence of the jury to
). r beautiful shade after a few of pass upon his general make _up and
': s' Fast Trains, Steel Pullmans Dining Cars growth. It has a leaf-gloss years that is appearance", and give as much weightto

refreshing and restful to the eye, 'andit your determination therefrom as Supplies
; to any other evidence in the case,
) grows rapidly. Moreover, it
For reservations call nearest Atlantic
or information on
flourishes in this soil. and if you agree in your diagnosiswith
I r-- Coast Line Ticket Agent, or Councilman Lee is anxious to see the defendant, you will find the

,( Y. R. BEAZLEY. J. G. KIRKLAND. the eucalyptus propagated in this defendant not guilty. ',. J''Th. largest and best stork 'in the State. Promptness -
Traveling' Passenger Agent Div. Passenger Agent section, and he wants to see trees You are further instructed, if upon ( of delivery consistency in price and honesty I Iin
: t Tampa. Fla. I growing on the strets of Kissimmeeand the other hand however, the defendant i
r '
could have said of, and throughout
more quality
a about the school houses and the '
_ churches. The about the plaintiff, and he did not so
eucalyptus is the tree '
y LADDERS with hickory rounds! any
utter and publish further utter- SPRUCB
for the section. Besides its beauty a
.1.1I < | .
then will find the defendant
I 'It this tree is known to have qualitiesand ances, you length. 3
characteristics guilty for not having done so.
that are most
beneficial. Now don't say that trees You are further Instructed that, PEARSON'S CEMENT COATED NAILS 3* }.
FALL CITRUS BOOK do not possess such attributes. Treesto as to the defense of justification you and 4d and needle pointed specials, for hooplessboxes
1 find the defendant has not fully
i the forester are as individual' as .
; i people. The eucalyptus is a great justified, after having had the countyat IN4'1"UJtAL
? entitled
large to draw witnesses from, you
t I transpirer. People perspire trees
will find him guilty. ,
I For Value Received I [.transpire.been Known One to drain eucalyptus a whole tree swamp.has You are further instructed that you ORANGE WRAPS BIRCH BOX HOOP8.. ,

: The water Ls absorbed by the roots are not to take into considerationthe CYPRESS FIELD CRATES, GALVANIZED: :

1' and thrown off through the leaves. high standing and political .posi- IRON STRAPPING for field crates. Strips for .
tion occupied by the defendant.The
Sent This
on Request. transpiration cleansesthe
Pji process instructs that loading etc.
court you beinga
!f' atmosphere and is an antidote for "
State Senator-elect, is no reason
ji ? malarial miasma. Kissimmee wouldbe why he not be guilty, aa charged, Ask for spsoisl prices on crate material! in carload
gives healthier if it
I' This book the reasons for Fall ferti1' with a eucalyptus place trees. It were would filled be or of several other offenses not lots, delhrersd to any point in the State.

r ; lizing description of formulas to'be used and hard to find a healthier place than charged. Yet you are not justifiedin

: amount, time, and mode of application. Kissimmee ia at present, but there is finding the defendant guilty aim
1' condition ply''' because you may consider him W. R. FULLER
that it
no so good couldn'tbe
a ;i'' '" Ideal Method have made the Banner better and the setting 'of the eu* capable of doing"any amount of ,

', Groves. calyptus is .the one thing needed to irregularities and you may think him
d. Hendry Knight's Terminals Foot of Franklin &
I make Kissimmee a perfectly healthy without character. The court chargesyou .. 1-
I that must be governed by the
,, place. evidence you the TAMPA Phones! ao7 and 690 FLORIDA
in case.
r I< r ;. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. eucalyptus Mr. Lee chiefly started for out his to own grow pleasure the- The court instructs you that it is

| 1V ' i I but his interest and enthusiasmon your duty to pass on the evidenceand
Mauufacturers of
I decide thereon, together with the
the subject have grown as he has
r law in the case, as given you by the
IDEAL FERTILIZERS watched the trees grow and he is -
;; ,, I now in the attitude to become a public court, without fear of public: clamoror k,2 \
.y JACKSONVILLE, FLA. benefactor' He has demonstratedthat sectional prejudice.The k\
court informs you that you will % (
the tree can be grown here with- ,
Local Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I out any trouble, and he has a suf- be fully protected from any sort of

.. ficient number of healthy trees ready intimidation on the. part of the gen
,,d for setting to cause a transformationin eral public.
While the fact of his having been
the appearance of the public
elected State Senator is conclusive
grounds of Kissimmee in the course \ A
evidence that he is violate \V
willing to
of a few years. He has a fine lot of
camphor trees at Southport. The every command of the decalogue,
admixture of the camphor trees with every law, human and divine, it does
the would make not necessarily follow that he is
eucalyptus a splendid
guilty of this particular crime.
R.S.FLOYD combination for street use. Particu-
larly about the school house -should The court instructs you further
there be some shade trees. Mr. Lee that, if you 'find from the evidence r ,l /
intends to this that the prosecuting witness Lewis
bring question to the
J? 1i attention of the City Council and the O'Bryan was, when a resident of the ;
1 Improvement Society. He feels cer- State of South Carolina, closely c' -

t, tain that the importance of the mat- identified with what is known, in the ; I I,
Grocer ter will challenge instant and studi- Commonwealth of that section, as the
: ;' ous attention. Blease Faction, you will then be justified
in rejecting his evidence in toto,
A except where the same may be cor- .
r.., I roborated by other' evidence worthyof Warm Baby's Food

Get our prices on MEMBERSHIP CONTESTContinued at least some slight credence.
The court further instructs you

I that, you are not justified in neglect- ,
HAY GRAIN FEED ( from Page Three.) ing altogether the evidence in this By Electricity I
of the of dis- I
:; ,, case by reason presence ,
balderdash and illogical sequence. It tinguished counsel. '
which we make a specialty was delivered in the most profoundand The court will be able to determine the switch, wait four minutes and the. .

impressive manner and produceda from the result of your deliberationshow TURN is -for N
solemn effect upon all present. much regard has been paid to ready-- of course you prepared

Judge Johnson dismissed the jury the evidence, and the court warns you it in a Westinghouse Electric Milk Warmer'
,, ", with the admonition' that they bring 1 to beware of neglect in this particular. -
.", ..' in a verdict within five minutes; if before retiring? How much better, how much
not they to remain locked
were up
L for The verdict easier than going to the stove and lighting the fire!
C A. CARSON. J. A. CKANFORD. 8. L. LUPPER.PN.Nsat. seven days. was Fruit and Truck Land.
," ;'1" Vies-Pnsid.nt... 8eereta forthcoming within the five minute I
": period, and was unanimous. Done- We have five and ten acre tracts in It doesn't take a Westinghouse Milk
\ ; gan was found guilty and sentencedto Liberty Park, the most desirable suburban Warmer long to win favor with mothers.
I' , South Carolina. As the in the market, whichwe
report property on No flame no soot, no odor, nothing but
.F the Tampa Tribune had it, "this was are offering for your considerationat heat and that is all on the inside. An ab
? : KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. too much for poor Arthur, and he prices that are attractive. We will solutely safe utensil for you to use at the
I swooned away.' The jury was discharged he pleased to show these tracts to prospective 2 bedside. Good for many other .
just as W. J. Sears, who assisted purchaser at any time. Do not Will, boil a pint of water in six purposes.mJimUsv.
in the defense, made a motion fail to see this property before purchasing Very convenient when need hotter
e }: '.,,, \ !If { Rough and Dressed .. for a new trial. Judge Johnson prom aa it has the advantages of beingclose water than yon can get from the faucet
> in and the best
ised to hear the motion on October on very paved
road in he county, convenient to the "
g 4th.The trial afforded! a rare and un- city, school and churches. Five acre Westinghouse Electric Ware '
< PINE LUMBER usual diversion and was thoroughly tracts $250 and $300. -

enjoyed. There wen many who helped I 24-tf H. M. Breaker &: Co. is economical, sanitary, convenient, safe, clean and durable. Tea' ', ,
r, '. < 'J.
.. : "" to make'it a success. The court Samovars, Coffee Percolators, Chafing; Dishes,
'J ... was organized with John M. Le 'aa Splendid Residence Lot. Toastefr-Stoves.. ,. t,',
Milk Warmers, Irons and.other devices for ;*" I,
I I : daily
!It. -r_ .. .- -- clerk, D. R. Blenls.! Jr., sheriff H. No 463-Fine; 'large, vacant corner ,, use. ;
; ': HOUSE SPECIALTY Clay Stanford bailiff and there wen lot 80x147 feet, close to lake. Splendid -; -- ,;
; ':: ;J' .. ,. numerous jurors and witnesea. location, good neighborhood. Wean "
.. .. ; : ? \ Altogether the event'' was one of ,offering! this large lot at the very Electrical C..trsct.r V. R. ELLIS *Mmm'f; '" vI

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$ % .
;.; APPLIES TO HIS'.NEXT -. : : .
t try tI : indirtdnal desiring$. cervices of( i bankinf itutitatioa. ., -. j ,
: generally exact at lead tire reqaSremcnta 1 1Fi
Capt. R. E. Rose,' State Chemist, : .

was.. in Kissimrnee Saturday evening: ; .
ill' for ..while7eturninrfrom inspection t--SECU ITY"AND 'PROTECTION :
fj. "1 .'.. through the citrus belt in the : :
'' ,'<':. interest of the immature fruit law Second.' .RETURNS ON DEPOSITED '
.l<: : FUNDS
r: > Several arrests were made as a result ..
, < ;' of Capt. Roae'a1 activity, and the : Third.....THE SCOPE OF GENERA BANKING FACILITIES '
' ..'l 9. ..flf trial and outcome of the cases will be K, *
', ; uvy '; i I watched with interest by all growers. .' . y\
; Capt. Rose.1s of the opinion that ,
there will be many niolations of the 1\117 17
.,' ,j ,: I law,, that will never be heard of be- .
'1., t( cause of the lack of co-operation on .
[. ,., .ti-" >' ::1j..;{ ;. the part of the growers in enforcing: : . After the stability of the'Bank'bat been ascertained: and a'contcrratiTe :
< '
" .R-f',., I]the law. M dare Say, said he, '"that '
t. there will be five hundred cars of : and wise financial policy assured the
depositor he bU
.'. I fruit, to leave Florida during the coming gmt attention to the if l'

week. The inevitable result will : investment possibilities if a savings accoaat ii intended the
; .
.> new customer : f''
.. :: ... !be to reduce the price of the fruit \; ,
', .' '.' and give Florida fruit a black eye in : wants as liberal a rate of interest a* is compatible with a sound basking ys- : ;
the market at the opening of the season .
,, /ft: :" :.'X and there will be no recovery : tern; then he investigates the facilities of the bank in ,eaeraL_ Naturally cad : j
.." from this first shock. The great
:'" > t...,.;, 't ,,.>.'.'.'',', .' '1> I I trouble that I find in preparing for : necessarily the experienced banker, whose constaat"business is to investigate 1
V "' .
< ? ;;" t. '" the enforcement of the law against : I.
chipping immature fruit is that every : should be possessed of a technical knowledge bearing on all financial pia. '
thinks the law is
I grower mighty goodone
.MISS GRACE LaLUE for the other fellow. None of them : The bank should have at the disposal of customers such-data and information ' ,
JI Who Maddocka-Field eeems to think that the law is intended fie' = +
I appears. the Player at the for him as well as for his neighbor." as is requir tf by the investor.
Opera House, Oct. 101112. Capt. Rose is an applicant for the : I"" ).
position of Chief Drainage Engineerto ', .
succeed O. Wright, who recently I. .
LIQUOR MONEY NOW. as well as affording amusement for held that position. lie confessed that :
GOES TO MOVIES. the entire population, and since the he was unable to say what the Trus- .
I board of censors pass on all pictures tees of the Internal ImjrovementFund :
Editor The Gazette, City. shown, one can rest assured that his would. do in regard to his ap claim to your confidence rests on the fulfillment of the above requirement> : .\
. Dear Sir: The following clipping boy or girl can attend any of the plication."I :
from a recent daily coming to my picture shows now given without any believe that all of this campaign .: Citizen Bank of Kittimmee it safe, found, conservative and yet liberal. : f'
table brings to light what the moving wrongful influences being brought to that has been made against the Ever- : Your confidence and patronage i. invited regardless of the amount of fundt.
picture show really does for a com- bear on the tender mind. glades has been for the purpose of your
munity in affording an innocent pas- I Aside from ordinary amusement the forcing the lands on the market and : -- -- ,' 'c; I.f I.
time for young and old: picture shows of today J present at allowing some syndicate to gobble up '
"Pottsville, Pa.-Court officials of times many historic facts in picture the lands at a nominal figure with all f BANK-
Schuykill county have been surprised I that offers suggestions to the young the work that the State has done to CITIZENS '
at the falling off in the number of folks that often help them in their I reclaim them thrown i uxfor good ,
liquor licenses, and the judges orderedan I, daily studies in the public school. measure.. .*
investigation. The report shows Now that this new phase from amoral "Whether I get the position of
some of the most interesting facts standpoint as referred to in the Drainage Engmctr or not," said Capt. : OF KIS.S.IM.M-EE--
. about the liquor traffic that have I above-dipping-has been -developed it Rose .t.he.people will hear from -- - --
I ever been made public in this State. ill hoped that the moving picture will Rose."
I "It is shown that of the 120 saloons be appreciated as occupying a placeall No man has a more intimate knowledge .
, in Schuy kill only 30 per cent of them its own for the good of a com- of the entire drainage problem j I --
i r are making money. The others are munity. as applied to the Everglades than ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President W. A. SMITH, Cashier r! '
If seriously thinking of giving up the A READER. Capt. Rose. He received strong endorsement .
business. Of those who are trying for the position of chief Director: ,
'. to get out, 40 cent. blame the decline 100 Acres. Engineer
per -
I{ on the moving picture shows. I ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.,- President H. M. Plans, 1st Vice President '
i They that where the 100 acres, a portion of which is in the .
say average C. W. DANN, 2nd Vice President '
'. workingman used to patronize the bar city limits, at $50 per acre and on easy New Houses.We .
I he now takes his nickel and goes payments. R. D. Waring & Co. 19-tf I have several desirable new houses I A. W. WINN L. H. COHOON F. W. HILL C. D. CARROLL
! along with his family to the movies. under construction which we are offer-
The erection of more motionpicturehouses ing for sale. All of these houses are Van Agnew &: Crawford, Attorneys 'r r'
indicates that the saloon business Bargain in Twenty Acre I in desirable locations. Secure one Of
1 in these regions will be even less Twenty acres of land, less than one. them for next winter at a lower pric ethan I
remunerative." mile from < stolflce. A good location : will be asked for them later in tt e
! Thus you will note that the picture for a subdivision.p? Can be had for season. M I I 11 I I I I 11 I I I I I I 11 I H 11 I I'11 I 111 11 I I 11 I I I I I I 11111111 I I I linn I iiiiiiiii i n:

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M KlsstamValley: y Gazette I"r CONTRASTS ABOUND., r
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.,.., r *" .' LIKES GAZETTE Two Exhibitions-Wild West and Far -(" ., .
W.::''ft. HARRISPublUher.,: The.i recently enacted I law .requiring itewspapcr to publish 'twice. 'a year 4 ''4 East,-"The Gretest "Double ,The Old Joke,About "Somelhiiif; jwt .
f*. Va. 28 + a.Good" Doesn't Apply to.
J. H. REES .' Editor. + Cochranton, Sept. Bill" on Earth.
information concerning their ownership i i. receiving'much attention., It is required 1012-Editor Gazette I have 4 '"Buffalo Bill--the old scout himself _, This Drug Store.

i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ,that each. newspaper:. shall t tell who ,owns the. stock, Jf.i it is. owned by a ._;.been receiving your paper for .* -and "Pawnee Bill"-"The Two heard'dozens ofV: '
: *_ sometime. and I have.'it .< Bill V,....will both..bepresentJn You haveprobably ',....
Offlc in.ValleyGaxette BuildingKISSIMMEE "ffidal.l dm store'
.Ltock'company, the names 01.the 'editor:and business'manager: the' to my neighbors-and ,* various capacities and superintendthe times the old story that a .*

OSCEOLA COUNTY. rf the company must be enumerated and if a mortgage is held on the plantthe sending it by mall, and* make 4 details so necessary'to good performances * .was a"place to "get Is ,at something least one,just druggist as...
FLORIDA. 4 ing it do all the good I could. 4 ., good. There ,
j holder 'of the mortgage -mu.t be made'known.A ,, 4 1 am sending you a list of ,* After nearly one-third of a century In the world' that you can't..say.

;a, '" SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. newspaper is a public institution and the law requiring. the publication 4 people, interested in Florida. 4 ; as distinct attractions, recognized this about. inferior article
e" One copy ,one year u__, _____.$1.55 ii generally regarded good law. But believe 1 thought you might like to from their worth to be able to It is certain substituted an for a arrnteed
such we 1
of information as a will never be TJ :
One copy' six ranoths.75 send them the paper. stand alone, the Wild West and Far ,I -
.,I On copy three months u- .40 that the view taken by the.New York World will be 'more generally approved.The .W. If. MARLEY. East, combined, make )exceptional-- one by The Take Kissimmee for instance DrugGo. a
A drug
World recognizes the wholesome intent of the law but objects to placing 0 Jy interesting, even 'extraordinary j for constipationand
All communications, except from OHIO MAN ADMIRES double-decker of an exhibition, which I safe, reliable remedy
our authorized correspondents, must this inqujsitorial power in' the hands of the. postoffice department. The ob- VALLEY GAZETTE. .4 Is to be given in Orlando, October 22, liver trouble like Dodson's liquid LiverTone.
be signed by the writer. jection is based on the ground that it i r. another! step in the direction of centralized /?: Youngstown, 0., Sept. 28'' 4 with something new on every visit, I-has proved. This so harmless satisfactory as a liver
4 1912-Editor Gazette: I am and the visits not too often has been
Rejected matter will not be returned that with' each ingle encroachment the rights of stimulant and reliever of biliousness
power endangers a great admirer of your high4 the custom with these two astute
lIed of calo-
unle -cal] for.t take the place
and to entirely
the States. One eminent attorney engaged to study the law and give art *. ly esteemed paper and always managers I mel without danger or restriction \
t any
EnteMftat the Postofflce in Kisimmee 4* impatiently) await Its arrival. -> Scenery, piled mountain high even
Fla., as second-class mail opinion pronounces it unconstitutional. The constitution guarantees the freedom f. I have only one fault to find *. the tops 6f the great tents paintedto of habits or diet, that there are
<. that is, it doesn't reach <. distant hill and the ens of preparations springing up 'I(
matter. of the press The Postmaster General himself regards the law as drastic, me represent tops, I with imitations of its claims.
always. arena arranged to give the broadest
FRIDAY hut says he has no choice and will enforce it rigidly. H. F. WITKOWSKY. scope of vision and effect, are a few But Dodson's Liver Tone is guaranteed -
OCTOBER 4 1912 for
that is claimed it.
>Il\\ 4 4 of the ntfvel features offered this to do all
The corporation owned papers have undoubtedly been hard put to it sen- I and if you are not satisfied with it.
444444444444444444 son. The whole exhibition snaps with I handyour
W EVERY MAN WHO VOTED IN THE I during the past week to get their ownership straightened out so as not to look renewed vigor, and coherently tells of I I the Kissimmee back Drug with Any

The stock probably transferred to dummy stockholders the Conquest of a Continent. New I mony a
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES IS Lad on paper. was KISSIMMEE AND HER PEOPLE. attractions have been added, and J person going to this store for a bottleof J
".\\\f'\"_ PLEDGED TO VOTE THIS and will be so held for convenience. If the postoffice department! attempts nearly all the historic incidents Dodson's Liver Tone will be sure \
:!: it that will have time for Useful and Active treated in a new Pioneer days of getting a l large bottle of this genuine -
TICKET AT THE GENERAL to enforce the law rigidly as promises department Lake City correspondence to the will be vividly recalled way. and remedy in exchange for his half

', ELECTION IN NOVEMBER.. I nothing else. There are one hundred and twenty thousand publications to Times-Union: Oriental novelties presented.An many dollar.

-. look after The Gazette predicts that. the law will speedily become a dead Dr. Montague next presented lion. old-time fox hunt-hounds and
C. A. Carson president of the Boardof I Kisnlminee Way.
horses over hurdles ditch and fence, They Like'The
," Democratic Ticket letter or that it will be repealed. Trustee, by saying that he had
; with International Horse Show prize- Secretary Board of Trade, Kissimmee -
The question is one (for State regulation. There is need for it in Florida. never known a more useful and active winning jumpers, is a further extension Fla:

The public is not interested so much in the) identity of the ownership of a trustee. Senator Carson stated. that in horse interest, to which an- Dear Sir: We are endeavoring to
he had fourteen
.... President of the. l:.l...d Nt./e.t' years' continual service other attractive featur4 will be the reorganize our Board of Trade andas
WOODROW. WILSON. newspaper as it is in the status of that paper and the manner in! which it is on boards here but chat this was six-horse team of dapple gray draft temporary secretary I have been
a the largest and enthusiastic
V F. liceYre.lde.hTHOS. conducted. If we ate to have a newspaper inquisition let's go about it in a he had horses-real blue ribboners. 1 instructed to write to you for a copy
opening witnessed.
ever These are but a few of the novelties of constitution and by-laws, and
sensible and business-like way. It is admitted that a newspaper is a public made a strong appeal to the studentsto added to the world-famed gem for your other information concerningthe

JEFFERSON For Presidential B. BROWN Klrvtorat enterprise. It would more properly qualify for place under the head of quasi- make them use and of the to improve opportunities themslves offered numbers identified: with the Cody and any organization of such a body
Lillie .
alliance. of
of the goodness your
J. FRED DFT BERRY which out
A asks for valuable franchise the public mentally, morally and
CHARLES K. JUNES public concerns. hewspaper no at physically. heart you may feel disposed to give
LELAND WILLIAM J.CUIPLKT HENDERSON.JONES. expense ; it does not engage the public dependence and reliance in the same THIRD ANNUAl. :SEMINAK.University ] ; .
-. A Worthy Distinction. us.We have heard glowing reports of
..c........__., SM.t. mt J..rget sense that railroads' and street cars and telephone and telegraph systems do. Jackson Leader: of Florida. Experiment the success of your organization and
..' .. CLAUDE L'KNQLR A newspaper stands or falls upon its own merits. It prospers as it serves its To Kissimmee and to Columbia Station, October 7 to II. extend congratulations. We like the

1, ......,........ 8..d D/.trlrl. patronage; it offers the use of its columns at a certain figure, and the publicmay College at of Lake sending City by belongs the former the distinction and- Reception Monday in October Epworth 7, 7:30 Hall. p. m.- "Kissimmee Way.Yours" truly,

,Y FRANK CL.AUK.Uoveraori use it or reject it. It is this very feature of newspaper service which receiving by the latter of an entire Tuesday October 8.-Chapel and Arcadia Fla. .---
# carload of students from one town to announcements; Grove Sanitation P.
needs regulation. The public is interested in this department of its servicein
PARK TRAMMEL H. Rolfs Whitefly E. W.
/0 one college. A carload of students ; Berger; Judge Whitney of OeSutocr.unly! ,
e: !f Fur HrrrrtmrT. of Hlstri much the same sense that the public is interested in freight rates. There from Kissimmee left that city Tues- lunch; Fertilizer Experiments S. E. has declared the green fruit law un
JI H. CLAY CHAWFORD. be day for the Lake City college in a Collison; How the Trees Grow B. 1"'. constitutional. It in well that the
such self established standards
i is standard
1 ;''i K.r t..wmtmll....... at Aarlrullurei absolutely no except as may- handsomely decorated special car. Floyd; Melanost, H. E. Stephens; Supreme Court will have an oppor-
W. A. MrKAK.Kor somewhat generally adopted, to control the rates of newspapers. It is no Popular Lectures and Round Table. tunity to PUSH on th.* law. !There ii

State '.',.....ur.... unusual thing for a newspaper to charge one advertiser twice as much for Each Contributor Will Get Receipt. B.Wednesday F. J Floyd; ,What October Are Fungi 9.-Dieback, OwenF. great opposition to it among growers. -
While the of the> l law Is
J C. LUNINO. the same service as another is required to pay. There is no classification Hank Cashier has N.'received B. Carson of letter the State from Burger; Citrus Grove, Maj. }1.oydlunch ; I'! rp ran tip 710 doubt shout the -
-- '-' a
Fer Att0r > flemrrmll and (Other Citrus Insects
e there is of railroads but there should be. It is infrequent Democratic ; Thrips possibility of rreut I injustice in stk.mE
THOMAS K WEST. newspapers as ; no headquarters acknowledging J. R. Watson ; Withertip, I' II.
to enforce it
i For 8t1lC. Controller thing for newspapers lo double their rates to political candidate Some receipt of the list of Rolfs; Plant Breeding, John Belling, ; .
contributions to the I ;>
'campaign fund
Popular Lectures, Round Tabl
newspapers exercise the same principle.that all railroads do and assess ratesas that were collected and acknowledged Thursday, October 10.Fertiliz..rLost It is time for the l'enRal'olaewR] ;
F. N.... Muprrlalrndral. of PublicT high as the traffic will bear. by the Valley Gazette as follows: in Leaching S. E. Collison; I to begin, paying Harry Floyd for his.
.1' New York Sept. 26, 1912. Citrus Diseases II. E. contributions. Harry writes one
,t \ N 81 IK:ATS Here is a suggestion worth while if some of our, would-be statesmen are Mr. N. B. Carson Cashier State Bankof Nursery Inspection E.:: W.Stephens Berger;; every day. The News is interferingwith

For Htmtt ChrmUll. looking for work to do. Let the law fix a scale of rates with regard to the Kissimmee Kissimmee Fla. lunch; Frenchinff and Yellow Spot. Harry's law practice. This may
R ":. HOSE.Kor Dear Sir: Your communication under B. 1 F. Chemical Determination pot !I.<. a serious offense to the public
rtyle and class ot the publication let the circulation be sworn to end made ting Floyd; I We Call for
i Adjn<..t t.rmrrmll.1.I ; date of Sept. 23, 1912 received of Maturity in Citrus Fruits butit may Into Harry
t (I J. CLIFFORD R FOSTER. public and be accessible'to the public at all times ; have the charade1 of the enclosing draft for $24.00 contributionto R. E. Rose State Chemist; Grove a conference.
\ circulation stated, how divided and how much of it is bona fide. When we the Democratic campaign fund as Management, Win. Edwards; Popular 4Kissimmee
? accompanying list. A receipt will Machine
i" Democratic per Lectures Round Table. Auto Garage and
County Ticket (pet regulation of this kind it will be worth something to the patrons ol a be forwarded to 'each contributor in Company has accepted the agency for
due course. Kisimmee Auto Garage andob: the Carlercar, one of the most wonderful -
paper. We thank you. of the and) will in few
I ; chine Company will do anything in cars age a
t Ni.te Xrmftort 0 Very truly have shipment of these car on
yours lathe or machine work for you for days a
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. ROLLA WELLS hand which they will take pleasure in
automobiles boats and all other ma-
Rrpre.e.t.llret Treasurer. chinery. 16 tf showing to all. I 15-tf
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s. T.1'ou4 M. III MURPHY.Jrdget must be apparent to all that Kissimmee would be a more beautiful ic _ic. _ic- _tc. _ic- -ic- -ic- -ic-xxx: : _n-ife. _. _t,KH._;. _w. _y;. _y;. _y;. _y;. _y;. _lit;. 4C_- *_c. _MEIE:-_. _u:- -tf. _y;-_*;. _y;. _y;. _y;. _y;. _IK. _*. _us- !w. ic_. uc
....mtl.a- Attorney town if there were more shade trees on its walks and drives and public Yi
H. D. GEIGER. ifiW
i grounds. '

1 .:. r'H. H.BbrrifflL. .INGRAM. A piece of land if selected for home building is more valuable .if thereare

Clrealt <::1..... shade trees growing! on it. The people are just beginning to l.become y1x It
L. OVERSTREET. is a Big IBusy
" ,'$t':' " i' T.a'' aware of the value of trees. The conservation movement inaugurated by ififfi !

( f.":. CU BANDY. Mr. Roosevelt has become nation-wide of appreciation and application. The '
i.I ffiK
,..i'*:/,!!;' : ,(, r"T.. A__.,.. lumber and turpentine interests succeeded in killing the conservation bill $ .

i, 1 ." ;\"I't, :)'';" '. .e, / 'w"r. BARBER. presented at the last session of the Florida Legislature, but .it is to be" hoped ifi J ,
f i i'' of Pablle InstroetloMtW.
J. SEARS. that another will be offered at the next session and that it will be put through. Ifi

S.t .. T,.....,.... This phase of the subject is a side issue at this time however. The subjectfor i Season
I S. L.
LUPFER. consideration is the planting of shade trees in Kissimmee.
}' Murveyari ,
+ ; R H. LUDLAM. With all the opportunity that we have it is a shame that there is pot a

[ y 1 .. COUNTY CUMMIHSIONKR9I! tS single shade tree on the campus of the 'Osceola High School. Surely this S .--. .. !

rM.r District No. 1-E I. LESLEY. condition should be improved and speedily. The school board and. the !Improvement 4js People are demanding; a better grade of a'i!:

tk : r' District District, No.No. RAYMOND 3.-A. K. BA8R LANIER. ,. Society and the City Council one or all could change the ap- ; merchandise than ever before. Hi1C;
District No. 4.--0. II HASH. ; y;
l District No. B.-FRANK WALKER. pearance of the school grounds in a short time by planting trees on the

.r'.,Ir, '. campus that are adapted to the soil of that locality. In this issue the sfiSfi xIi
: COUN'rV 8CI100I. 804.HI. We in Position to
District No. 1.-W. C. BARS. Gazette tells of the interest taken by one of Kissimmee's foremost citizens in are

STREET.- ni.trct No. OIOOROK W. OVER- the propagation of the eucalyptus tree in this county. Hon. John M. Lee is ,

District No. S.-W. W. CHANDLER the person referred to. Mr. Lee stands ready to lend his assistance in beautifying w Meet those Demamds !
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the public grounds of Kissimmee by planting trees. He has a nursery
.t The inadequacy of popular Y; W
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campaign :
.} contributions has'even at this embracing several varieties of the eucalyptus that show every evidence of ,
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stage of the proceedings been proved prosperity in this climate. His experience is valuable and his assistance is !x
r just the Gazette predicted. ; See SILK DRESS PATTERNS No rx
( Morgrenthau as the chairman of Henry the much to be desired. The Gazette hopes to see the authorities, take decisive our pretty ---
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/ f finance committee has made a call steps in adopting a well regulated system of tree planting. It should be done two alike.Ladies' xx
for three-quarters of a million dol ; !:
lars; which he says will be needed systematically and not in a haphazard manner or by intermittent efforts.

\ i to amount finish the of campaign.contributions The totals The city of Savannah' is the most beautifully "parked"city in the South.It and Misses ONE-PIECE DRESSES in ai

received is not so because it happened so, but because that city has had a park and

f, amount of a million to little, and more nearly than all a of quarter that tree commission for many years the head of which is a man who.has made SILK. CORDUROY, SERGE and PERCALE. j xLADIES'

1 has been spent. A contribution from the study of trees and shrubs his especial business. It is also his peculiar
Samuel Untermeyer, the corporation Aa
lawyer, for ten thousand dollars has delight. UNDERWEAR---You will have to see

S. > j just been; received and acknowledged.Not Kissimmee is in its growth it is, in fact in its infancy. The Afi
yet young ;
; a single one of the presidential i< ; this line of goods to appreciate it. !Ii
.a. candidates can bay that corporation town would do well to follow the example of other cities that are famous
.. ,t, The money simple isn't being truth used is that in his it has for the beauty of their streets and parks and create a board or commissionto NECKWEAR SCARFS ALL-OVER EMBROIDERY

,,t u come from somewhere; the people !give attention to the beautification of its public places. x -

', don't give up, and no one of the 4 and NET selected from the
largest lace
candidates is free of its taint. Suppose s
.1 we put on the soft pedal.when CORRECTING THE BRETHREN.The .

e "'i b? it tomes to .campaign 4 contributions. x concerns in New York and Baltimore. jjj

The Punta Gordo Herald bemoans Florida Grower makes the statement that there isn't a silo in Florida.

"I.1 the fact that Paragrapher Mack of This is a grievous error for the Florida Grower to make. The State is pretty !x The prettiest line of HAND BAGS ever shown: jjj
1 the Pensacola Journal has quit his
t .!, Job and gone back to hamtientijr a well dotted with silos. They are numerous in Leon county and Marion We buttons for

; linotype>> machine. It is much better county and Osceola county has at least one of the most modern construction Ifiifi can. now cover you. jjj

o for have Mack done, doubt Mack can or he make wouldn't more built of reinforced concrete. It is probable that the structures may be ;' *
t, ... money in coven hours on a linotype found in other counties. x; IT IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO SHOW OUR GOODS yj ,

than he can in sixteen writing para "Dixie"states that the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund solda
t graphs. Such is the inequality of Ififi
., compensation. for newspaper work. mango swamp to Joe Jennings. This will be news to Joe Jennings A !

.. ..Clarence 0 mango swamp would be a real curiosity. "Dixie" intended to say "man- Sfi I
1 Woods has taken hold of
't'1' the Eustlf Lake .Region and the first grove." There is not much difference in the sound of the words, but there ifiSfi STANFORD CO. Ix

.' issue under his editorship( shows what a vast difference in the trees. The fruit of the mango improved so that the
i ... lie is capable of doing with that
'. newspaper. It is full of interestingnews fiber has been eliminated is the most'delicate'and luscious known to snap

: r ,, matter and well written editorial and the few that are grown in Florida command fabulous prices. The man- KISSIMMEE FLORIDAffifififilfilifififilWWWKWWWWfil5yiiyyWW x
*. Eustia Is to be congratulated .
i' ., I I' ''on its.,, newspaper for such an one grove is a swamp growth with many root It is a land builder and take Y; !Ii

11 bound to be of great benefit to the up the work where the coral insect: leaves off. The root is utilized for the $

j ? .J ,. "' '' 'town publication whose possible.patronage .makes its : production of tannic acid. ! ! ! ! ! ; ;! ; ;! !Ii !Ii!Ii!Ii !Ii!Ii!Ii!IiIi,! !Ii Yi =

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TUB Klsslmnee Valleu Gazette Rub-My-Tl: will cure'you. 21-181 I Everything.; that is', .e.r, will.only', CHANGE. IN:'LOCAL, One- white porcelain' tea cup., * '
be shown at Kan's opening. I'I" EXPRESS OFFICE. GRffK RESPONDS of 1 I
TBLKPHONK: NO. 11. The time Is not far off.' Watch. tile '" --....- One 25 cc. pipette.
data Katz s upening.. ., J&. Brown, of El Reno, Okla., Agent Fields Goes to Jacksonville' One quart bottle .of standard alka ,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 'I"reached the ,city Friday and is the . Manage Grocery Baal..... line solution (equivalent ,1.25, per TO COUNTRY' :'CALL:
The best bargain'in town is an Broom guest \lof his friend. N. B. Fowler at Changes in local transportation cent solution of citric add.) b1.AWILL

-ayw. house, grounds comprising orlen Point. Mr. Brown is on a prospecting circle seem to be the. order just Cost approximately\ '..:;0"

S. NArlset0. I. three lots partly on paved street. -trip and from.the manner in now; A change in the agency at the : Method.. I _SELL! ..HIS. UI STAND, IN1 t
' ,' 11,600. McKay Realty Co.. ,38-tf which he expresses: himself regarding Atlantic Coast Line freight office was JPeel five oranges,. cut across plugs >
. .... . --- I KISSIMMEE AND' MARCH;
. '"' - Ussimmee and surrounding terri- announced last week. This-week see squeeze and strain through the cheesecloth ,
By reference to the advertising columns tory, it is more than probable he will a change in the agency of the Southern into granite cup, throw away AGAINST TURK.
in be thatJ.
this issue it will
. ,Weather'ReportJ seen become a permanent resident., Express Co. G.. cheese cloth and pulp. -
: W. Miller'' has purchased the livery a Fields, who has Do ""'"--' ,
held not attempt to use cheesecloth -
and sales stables of B. A. McAdoo. the agency leaves'to go to Jack- King Greece has' issued ;
.. The ladies of the. Baptist church sonville and become twice.. I 'Georfjof '
social afternoon at the manager for the a call subjects to rally 4:
enjoyed a Rinse with alkalt'solution
Following the daily temperatures E. G. 'Vane Agnew has >returned Vinvant Grocery Co., C. G. Fields, and All .
are home of Mrs. H: M.> Breaker Wed- pipette to mark 25 with alkali ground the flag and help trounce the .
brother.of the cc, solution -
from visit W. J. S. Carr at agent who has been
to ,
and precipitation as a nesday. The time was spent in ..oclal'exch.nge and place contents in wicked Turks. The call to arms has
In tea
Coronado Beach, ,where he.enjoyed.a charge of the delivery for the express cup. 1tmaress
reported by the Government and there'were some special Carefully rin.'pipette with been heard. Kissimmee and M.Cala-,
delightful outing of several weeks 'company also accepts a position orange town'a.
: of entertainment in the familiarly known about
features juice then fill
I station at Kissimmee for the in Jacksonville pipette with orange
form of readings and recitations by going with the "Mike" who conducts a.fruit stand .A t!. I
juice to marke 24
Gaines and Travis and add to alka
Miss Atlantic civ
week ending Oct: 3 1912.AX Mary Cosst Line.,_ W.. IL Clapp
the membersof the at the northern end of Broadway, will
Oakland younger party. line solution. in tea
Gaines," left Saturday for formerly route agent succeeds Mr. cup. Mix by -revolving 4
rte CAIN Miss., in company with their kinsman, Refreshments consisting of fruit Fields in the Kissimmee 'agency. cup. Drop,.ev.ral drops of pack up his belongings, sell his stock 4>
B. D.' Coulter, who lives at Oakland.Mrs. punch and wafers were served. "indicator" into the mixture. If the and depart for the mother country, "

Friday . ., . 91 73 . It will be a pleasure to have acid be less than 1.26 per cent! a where he will shoulder a Mauser1' and v
Rev. J. Lawton Moon of the ,
pastor you follow the ,
Saturday. . . 93 72 .22 S. J- Lightsey of. Bartow who visit our store on the daf-> of theopell'llIlr. change of color will)) occur, orange to flag. 0' ;
returned from visit to Atlanta Methodist church of Ft. Meade and "Mike" was born and reared at.. rl
. . . 93 73 . recently a at Katz' pink; if the acid be greater than r.25
Sunday I was in Kissimmee Tuesday to son of Rev. J. L. Moon who lived in per cent there will be in Agena, Greece just twelve miles 'out.
I Monday . . . 92 72 1 10 visit her son, Dr. T. DeWitt Lightsey, ICissimmee for several years, spent The color. no change of the famed city of Athens.,. Seven
Tuesday.87 72 .38 Wednesday and Thursday In the city. Freight Rate Burden. Caution. years ago he had a yearning for the
A lot on a paved street with p.v- Mr. Moon says that Kissimmee is (Tampa Tribune.) free and promising land of America:
Wednesday . 85 72 25 of the airs than Ft. The Kissimmee Gazette makes M The alkaline solution must be of exact )
is city
ing bill paid for $300 one putting on more and this longing was not satisfied un-
Thursday . 87 71 1 95 cheapest propositions in Kissimmee Meade but the latter place is growing striking showing of the freight bur volume strength of citric to neutralize solution an equal til he viewed the shore lights off:
Co. has it for rapidly and is a delightful placein den which the people of Florida haveto containing
McKay Realty 1.25 cent of citric acid.The Sandy Hook and gazed in awe at the
sale. 88tf which to live. Mr. Moon was the bear in its figures on the street per beaming flicker of the Statue of Lib-
. ., . .. 25 .
cc. pipettes t
paving contract which
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jarrell has been carried pre- arty He landed in New York and
v %% < vw %wv% %%% harvest cantata are requested to meet The Gazette shows that of the total tablets can be purchased! of the lure(
enticed this State the of
at the Chapter House at 7 o'clock "Mammoth" fittingly describes the cost of the paving, $78,000. nearly Groover-Stewart Drug Co.. if your
I THE LOCAL FIELD f fWV i tonight. General rehearsal next Tues- Denver Handicap or "Rocky headliners Moun- 23,000 went for freight charges on local dealer cannot furnish you. great Springs wealth lie-sponge followed diving this at trade Tarpon J I
day night. tain Sboot"--one of the the material brought from Alton At the Gainesville Convention the ,
among the trap-shooting events of the Ala.-in an adjoining State .nind following resolution offered by Mr. for about I four years and later came ;i'
Hon. C. S. Acree returned this year. R. H. Bruns, a twenty-one- you-to Kissimmee. L. B. Skipper was unanimously to Kissimmee where he engaged in
*' VW/W 'WV **/ %I morning from Tallahassee where he year-old "Hoosier," was the star of In other words nearly one-third adopted: the trade of selling fruit, peanut, '
represented this county in the session the: great "mile high" meet. Mr. of the total cost of the improvement "Resolved That it is the sense of etc., as others of his countrymen are '
- -- ----------- in various cities of America. i
of Legislature which adjourned Bruns broke 200 straight the first was paid the railroads for this convention that the report of doing
Rub-My-Tism will cure you. 21-18t yesterday afternoon.We day; won high amateur average, 494 the brick and curbing. hauling the commission shall be adopted and Last .week he picked up a copy of his '[
x500; made the phenomenal long run Comment shall obtain till the 6th day of No- home paper and noticed in flaring
Raincoats and umbrellas, at F. H.Ijjwson's. call special attention to thereadytowenr of the handicap, 283 straight; and is. unnecetsary. vember in each and every year: Greek headletter an account of the t

1tI..adies' department at Kstz'ropening broke 683x700, including handicap targets FURNISHED ROOMS for rent cards Provided that after the 5th day of pending trouble between his countryand

muslin underwear at F. H.Lawson's. . in all events shooting Reming- for sale at the Gazette office. November, in each and every year the Turkey. In another part of the
: ton-UMC steel lined shells. Another standard shall be that if each orangeis I .. a call to arms of all loyalsubjects
It and
wife daughter, -
J. M. Dickinson,
; weeken brilliant score was that of William two-thirds of its total area colored I of King George' whether in ,
N. F. Bass visited Jacksonville on passed through home the city at Narcoossee, Ridley who made 96 at 50 pairs of NOTICE.To yellow it shall be considered as ma- America or any other foreign country
Wednesday.W. route to their with doubles-a new world's record for ture and fit for shipment" The more "Mike" pondered the matter -
after a delightful summer spent this event--shooting the same ammunition All Whom it May Concern: "That no variety of orange or grapefruit the more he decided that has services -
Brokaw with Griffing Brothers relatives in England.The used- by. Mr. Bruns and several I, the undersigned, B. A. McAdoo shall be allowed to be shipped were needed to defend the land

.. the tree people. 40tf.H. Ladies' Missionary Auxiliaryof other winners on the big program.J. having sold out my livery, feed andsale before October 1st of each year that of his birth and he waa not long in ',
the Christian church will meetat M. Dixon, of Whittier, is in Kis stable business take this meansof has bloomed during that calendar making up his mind to makes, all haste
Fleming this week.was a visitor to Tampaone th ehome ob Mrs. B. C. Miller this simmee, having come In to "prove up" notifying my former patrons, who year.-C. S. Bushnell in DeSoto to be of assisfciixce on the firing line.
day afternoon at 3:30, and all membersare his title to a tract of 80 acres which are indebted to me in any sum, to County News He will leave for Greece just as
You will see the newest things In requested to be present. he homesteaded several years ago. please call at the office of Andrew soon as he can dispose of his place of
Silks,' at Kals's opening. Mr. Dixon says his section is pros-- Johnson, attorney and settle the Sheffield which has greatly extended business and he states that it will
Frank H. Lawson has returned pering and the people are indulging same. He is authorized to receiptin its boundaries in recent years, give him the greatest of satisfaction
Poplin and pongees, black white from a visit of a month at Hot great prospects on account of the full. B. A. McADOO. 41-2p now exceeds Leeds in population and to lug a Mauser over the plains bor-
and colors at F. H. Lawson's. It Springs, Ark. lie was accompanied building of the railroad through that is the fifth largest city in Englandand dering the Bosphorus in search. of the

home by his SOP, Walter, who has section.: The brat yet. Charmeuae in all the Wales; Bradford is ninth upon hated Turk.
M. D. Tindall, of Ashton was a been absent for some time. colors. Katz's upconinlt'Vltt'h for the list and Hull tenth, Huddersfield'which
business visitor to Kissimmee on Saturday 1911.ahow.da
DoneganJohnston.A dale.
the. of
by census ---
--- Mf'It. Chas. L. Dunne and.four children happy event In which all of decline now has a substantial in- Modern Home forSaler ': .

A. E. Drought, of St. Cloud was arrived Friday from 'Hempstead, Osceola county and Kissimmec particularly - IMMATURE ORANGES.The crease. No. 469-New modern 6-room house, -
it visitor to the city a couple of days Long Island, and will remain until will be interested i it the an- writer has been asked several located on Emmett street one block
this week. late spring. Mr. Dunne will join his nouncement of the marrittgj of Miss times in the last week about appa- Consul Isaac A. Manning reports west of court bouse. Electric lights
family here about the fifteenth. Adelene Donegan and Mr. R. G. Johnston ratus and method of testing oranges. from Barranquilla that the Columbian bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 147Jx147i t

State Chemist R. E. Rose spent Sat- which took place in Asheville, By writing W. A. McRae Commis- government has ordered the reopening feet. Several young orange and

urday here, |he guest of Capt. Clay Sanford Miss correspondence Ruth Butler, of Tampa KIs- N. C., Monday noon. sioner of Agriculture, Tallahassee I of the government. mint at grapefruit trees in .the yard. ,This ;
Johnson. Tribune: and Miss Donegan is a sister of Mr. you can get a full reportof the Medelin for.the coinage of gold.. It property is located in the very best
simmee, arrived Saturday openedthe will Arthur E. i/onpgan, and has. l been Gainesville Convention. is presumed this will materially affect resident section of the city, close to
W. J. Phillips, a ral estate man of kindergarten Monday. She spending thejurnmer at Black the export of gold dust and bars court house poetofflce and business
Jacksonville, spent a few days here be assisted by Miss Irene Brady. Mountain, N. C., in company with her 1-quart graniteware from Columbia. section. Price 3700. Terms on part. f '
this week. cup. \ 24tf H.. M. Breaker& Co.
John F. Burkham of Philadelphia, sister, Miss Elizabeth Donegan.The One lemon squeezer.

W. G. King, of St. Cloud, was has rented the Gottwalles cottage in Ashevile) Citizen of the issue Cheese cloth strainer 18 inches FOR RENT signs for sale at this AbwWag. tae 10"' __' Ga- '1
North Kissimmee for the season. Mr. of October 1 gives the following account I office 10 cents each .. ... .
among the business visitors to this square. always .. ....!*.. I't
of the marriage:
Burkam is a sportsman
city Tuesday.A. spend considerable time at hdnting. "A quiet wedding occurred Mondayat

W. Gustus has returned from an noon at the parsonage of the Chris- I'
extended visit to Chicago and other Mrs. Edward Canning is visiting tian church the principals being visitors .
Western points.If relatives in Denver, Col. She left to Asheville from Florida. The
Kissimmee last week and writes Mr. contracting parties were, Miss Ade- I
you want a lot on a paved street Canning that cold weather has already lene Donegan of Kissimmee, Fla., and ,
with pavement paid for at $300 see seized that section and everything is Mr. R. G. Johnston of the same city.

McKay Realty Co. 38tf frozen up. Mr. Johnston holds the position of
clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola '
Carlton Stevens, of Arcadia, spenta A. R. Wrenn, local manager for the county, Florida. Miss Donegan is DANN&DANN :
his Mrs. F. McKoy Land Co., reached Kisslromee: ; E. ;
day or two with aunt the sister of Hon. Arthur Donegun ,
G. Tnomason. this week.Z. this weeks and Is living at the Gray- of the State Senate of Florida, who is i t .
stone. His company will have offices also president of several financial institutions -

Barager of St. Cloud, was in in the building occupied by the. hunter of that State. Miss Done. ,..

the city Wednesday and paid this office Land Co. gan and her sister have been spending "

a most pleasant calL . Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. Willson Jr., the summer at Black Mountain announce, t their f
returned Monday night from a visit and came to this city Friday and have ',
Mrs. I. S. Shell 'and family have of than three months to New since been guests at the Langren.
'moved into the Beamon cottage, cor- York Ohio and Kentucky. The greater Her brother lion. A. E. Donegan ar-
ner Brack and Oak streets. :portion of the time was spent in rived from Florida Sunday to be present 'QPENINC"
at the wedding returning to his GRAND
the Citizen's New York City.
Paul K. Weaver home last evening. Mr. Johnston arrived :
Bank spent last Saturday and Sunday You must stop and realize that the Thursday from Florida. M.'.

with friends in Sanford. season will open in Hi iflory, when and Mrs. Johnston will spend their .

O. C. McLean, the Narcoossee turpentine Katz has his op>'ninrf./ honeymoon in North Carolina, visit-
his ing the principal points of interest.
was greeting
operator James Peyer and wife, Regina read
The by
services were
many friends in this city Tuesday.Mrs. 1 Dessel and Philip Meyer arrived Friday the pastor of the Christian church, of'the best stock of
of last week from Ossian, Iowa, "
C. A. .Carson returned Wed Rev. P. H. Meare.
nesday from bnfce-tW-y: where she at- and will remain throughout the win- Mr. Donegan, returned to Kissimmee .rr +
tended the opening Cokimbia col ter and perhaps permanently. They Tuesday afternoon and brought
lege. are located at the Central hotel. the information that the Mr. and Mrs.
Johnston will remain in North Caro-
On .accou t of the bad weather Councilman A. S. Gilbert requestsus lina until the latter part of the month, Fancy Groceries (
Tuesday night, all home scenes will to !state that it was due in a large when they will return and be at homein
work of Rev.' S. J. .
Pastime to- measure to the
be given again at his residence on Emmett street, % f'
of the A. M. E. church
Johnson pastor
night.J. where they will remain until
that electric lights were installed in
home which build-
of Ft. Meade, was of North Kissimmee. own they purpose r
A. Newsom, the negro section ing, is completed. The news of the G
in Kissimmee; Saturday. He came to .
visit his old friend. Dr. H. C. Thom- marriage was a complete surprise in sale in Kissimmee .
put on
Criner A Siever report the sale this Kissimmee, the efforts of the young

ason. week of the Mosely orange grove at people to keep their plans from the .
Ernest McCarthy, representing J. Shingle Creek to George Bascom, of public having been entirely success-
r C. Christopher Co., of Jacksonville, Mellville Hill, N. C., also the Over- ful. As soon as it was known in Kis-

was a business visitor to the city yes- street grove and forty acres at Shingle simmee, however, the wires were kept TOMORROW MORNING

terday.An Creek to George. A. Long of Al warm with messages of felicitation. "
berta. Canada.
8-room house ahd three lots, PenickConard.The .
one lot on paved street, can be bought B. A. McAdoo has sold his livery friends of Miss Luella Penick,
from McKay Realty Co., for $1,500. stable to J. W. Miller and will move who visited Kissimmee last winter October 5th '
to his farm and grove across the and was a guest at the Osceola hotel !. :
38tf.Rev. lake. Mr. McAdoo came to this section during that time, will read with pleasure -
S. S. Snyder filled the pulpitof about two years ago from Kan- of her marriage, which took placeat s
the Presbyterian church at St. sas, and says he returns thanks every the home of her parents at high ,"
Cloud on Sunday, returning to this night for doing so. noon, September 12. She was mar- In Rotundo Building
city Monday. ried to Mr. George Conard, of Utica,
W. D. Allen, of Orlando, M. M. Par- O. A clipping from a local paper .
5 or 6 does of C66 will break any rish and A. D. Cheney, of Jackson- sent to the Gazette describes the mar-
case of Chills & Fever; and if taken ville, spent Wednesday in Kissimmee. follows
riage ceremony, as : Corner Broadway and Darlington Avenue
will net re
then as a tonic the Fever They all represent in various The bride was the embodiment of
turn. Price 25 cents. capacities the Citizens National Life grace and loveliness, dressed 'in a

has purchasedthe Insurance Co., of Kentucky. Mr. cream silk gown with white roses in .
Geo. J. Overstreet
Allen is the general agent. her hair.
Fisher cottage on Mabbette street,

and moved his family in this week McGruder Joiner, of Alachua has As the Wedding beautiful March strains floated of Mendelssolin's out- A SPECIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED THE LADIESOF
from Shingle Creek. taken a position with the Kissimmee
under the skillful touch of Miss Verna
Drug Co., as soda dispenser. Mr. KISSIMMEE TO VISIT OUR STORE AND '
sell\1 a the bride and marched
McKay Realty Co., can you is in his business andis Campbell groom -
lot on paved street paving bill paid Joiner moreover an expert a gentleman of pleasant into the room filled with relativesand MAKE AN INSPECTION OF OUR ,
It is of the best a few intimate friends while the
for $300. one
bargains and is already making
in the city. address, for Rev. C. F. Ramsbottom of West La- GOODS AND_ !RICES --- -
and -
friends building patronage --
up 0. in few choice words
fayette, a pro--
Henry Lightsey and family moved his employers.Mrs. nounced the ceremony that made them .

into the city this week from Hilliard'sbl.nd. D. G. Wagner and three man and wife.
and are occupying the residence daughters arrived last Sunday after- After, congratulations and a sumptuous -
with Mr. Bogue. noon from Tennessee, where they repast in four courses the bride I

of the best spent the summer and are now at and groom left amidst a shower of i DANN & DANN
who wants one
man paved home in Williams cottage, on Main rice and much merriment to take the '
in the city on a
building Mc- street. Mr. Wagner 'met them at C. A. & C. train at Mt. Vernon.
street, for $300, had better. lee 38-tf Jacksonville and returned home with They expect to spend their hone a
Kay Realty Co., at once them. moon taking in the sights at Cleve Y.y
J. P. Jolly of Quitman, Ga., arrived land, Niagara' and Canada.. after., - - -GROCERS. -- ---.-- : '
lit will belt
this morning for-avlslt wmr his -flCovthgtwabaeTr: ; which-they home to their
brother-in-law, W. M. Ferrill presi- at the Graystone'for the past two friends at the Phillips homestead now
dent of the Osceola Lumber Co. weeks left Thursday for Minnesota owned by Mr. Penick.
I where he will consult a specialist. Mr. Their presents consisted of many ,r
W. I. Barber Osceola county's next t Covington's illness was sudden and beautiful and useful articles including ,
tax assessor came over from bt. I severe. His friends trust that the table linen, chinaware silverware \ '

Cloud Wednesday to get in closer trip will his complete reIcovefy. cut glass, handsome chiffonier family ,
touch:'with" the pollticaT situation- I .' .* Bible and other useful things. .,
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A93. .VALLEY i1 E T T E..

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: when it can for the whole State, and ; . 'Pp4440414444 4 .... '.... _-, ._ --' -- ------- 1",
WEATHER" SIGNS it is bound to reap its reward for so I. 0 7 '

\ doing.; ++ + + + + + + ++ + + + + 4

xNSED ,Up to the present time,' after over ;* '+. The Application and Demand for'Florida Lands Cannot Be'' ,

.: < ATJJOBBTOWfc three. years trial, I am pleased to say 4 PROTECTING CORN + Beautiful City
: that' Florida' has 'a' stronger hold'on''14 1 + + 4 ', ppieciat d By.:,You Until You Have Visited Our

me than ever, and,I am still predict 4 + FROM WEEVILS. + 4 .

\ ing great things: in the future for 4 + -,+ 0 , --- ,- ," - ,-,, -- .- ..r __ -
l Florida. I can see no reason why a + +,+, ,+ +. + + + + +_.+. + + + = =
SAID : -
BE _
TO youngVhah'-'ehouldlive"in'thip"State _ __"' ...afii-jj.-' .*,!. '..''. ''*J_ -' '' _

and be 'homeless, ,when. there are so 4444 4444 444 + 4444 '
I ...;..., .' "
.. :. : :
j 1' waiting with --- : : .
4. many' opportunities .' : ,: ,:. "f.I : .
THi PATRIARCH LAYS DOWN outstretched, hands for him to embrace *| (By C, K. McQuarrie.) ", .. ,
if he only has judgment enoughto The destruction of grain by weevils T7"''''1. I'!'_\\i. 1 ,.,.J6t.q1"q; "
A { ' '/AgJ-L --
,FEW SIMPLE RULES FOR know an opportunity and recognizeit causes an annual loss to the corn ,

PROGNOSTICATION WHICH when he meets. it in the road, with I growers of Florida of from 15 to 25 THE MeKAYREALTY : .
cent, of the total The value
the name w &ten on it. per crop. .
,CANT BE BEAT., \- SJ Kindly yours. of last year's corn crop was estimatedat .

N.: R. WHITE' about $8,000,000, and the loss to I

thefarmers from weevils must have .

'camp The 443444+4 ++44++p44 P 4 been more than $1,500,000. 1 I :
; 0- 4 This large loss can be. Checked by n. :
Cobb CO.
the wonderful hammock and speculating on be 4 + +'+ + + + + + + '% + + + + 4 building a better kind of crib than ;
crops that are to ,
4 4 + 4. that in ordinary use en the Florida
ipt produced when it is prepared for cultivation.
farms and the stored ,
by fumigating
+ ,
Their mind's
can see
eye with carbon bisulphide. In har-
+ ears ,
.- in the distant; 'future carload after * COMMENT. + < vesting the corn, we should also Wholesalers and Relaters ofTimber .
of products journeying toward + shuck it clean, so that there will be r
.some distant port and the returns
thereof + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 nothing on the ears for the weevilsto '
; creating: a home treasury 4 4 hide under, To get good results and

which will provide all the additional 444444444444444444 from fumigation we must have tight .

comforts. .this transitory! life calls! for. cribs or granaries. The ordinary cribis
.' The Patriarch contends that industry ,
and seed For Change is Emphatic. too open. Any of the existing cribs
perseverance will produce more can be made tight; providing that the
Palatka News: '
'Ii wealth from beneath the ground than
framework is substantial
by lining /
; be Nothing could more clearly empha- TimberLands
can secured from under the surface
size the need of a change in our State with matched lumber, and makingtightfitting -
of the waters of our lakes and
doors and windows.: A I
rivers. primary law than the recent action of .
j Our Prophet and old Probabilitieshad the citizens of St. Cloud, the old soldier crib that will hold 400 bushels of I
colony in Osccola county, where clean-shucked corn in the ear will
a sharp, closely contested game 12 by 12 by 6 feet. Eight -- --- -- ------ ,;
measure -' -
of over 250 voters recently ,met and or- ::' ;: = = '-- = --=-: -
prephecies concerning weather hundred and ,sixty feet of matched
' , ganized a Republican club. These
conditions, the score covering period
+' all or nearly all Federal lumber will line and ceil it com-
of nine follows Old piQtcrs' 1
days, was as :
With lumber
pletely. ordinary ,
pensioners who have come to Floridato
Proverb, 2; Prophet, 1. The Prophet
i'- and labor, the cost need not exceed
prolong their days. or nearlyall
scoring on old Proverb calling for '
$20. Second-grade lumber, if free
of them have heretofore partici- ,1
rain or snow. Prophet, clear. Annexed -
, '. pated in our I Democratic primaries from knot-holes, will answer the pur-
6'' area few of the signs used during they did that last spring, and in so; pose. The cost of thus fixing up anyof E also have some desirable and very
; the content: If a rat rubbed her the cribs will be very
doing made tacit agreement to sup; ordinary more W }
onoof the
nose against posts that
than returned in in the :
f the nominees of that one season
port primary;
,, supported the roof over the veranda
value of the saved from the
will corn .
before her face of the new club means that 'they RailRoad i
washing a morn- that In weevils. well improved Orange Groves near to :
now repudiate agreement. .
ing:; fair. If she caught a rabbit on
Level off the corn in the crib and
outlining the work of the new club,
,: a the south-east corner of the kitchen
I l i., President Frost said: "This organization lay saucers or deep plates about 4 --
f,.' and carried it into the cook room. to marks a new era in the political feet apart over the surface of the Church and School. We own most !
eat be If
* tire; old a squall hen with might biddies expected.caught a huttory" of Osceola county, and IK the corn. Into the saucers pour enoughf ..... ,
the carbon bisulphide. A gallon of
beginning of straight politics There I '
: grasshopper and ran with it,
t I away the will from 500 to
liquid fumigate
: r I ,L; fair. If she gobbled it down like an has hitherto been no alternative for sale
' has been farceso i)0( bushels of corn. Then close of the offering for
the voter. Election
: a property we are 'I
..l" f': ox her drinking J.o death water, wind and and if did rain hot mightbe choke far a.s State and county were concerned ventilators.tightly all the Cracks windows round, doors these, and can I

The Jrd the
1\\ If the primary was I
expected. dog scratched his
d I, ear with his left hindfoot, rain; if real content, and then only as be- be batteued up hours.with sacking.The Leave of and balance hold are able to
t the foot used the tween two of the same faith, senti- closed for 48 fumes we options on, so we 'w
right was rain on
carbon heavier than .
bisulphide are air
, East coast. If the fisherman returned ment, and the same ring. We do not
will into crevice
charge dishonesty 01 corruption, but and penetrate every
with a fine mess of fish, warm and '
and kill the weevils. But of .
do claim there should be twoparties many
But if he failed we give the best of terms.
pleasant. to get a ," etc. Here virtual the eggs of the weevils will not he you
nibble Notre Dame IN a acknowledgement -
bite stormy; and
killed. After two weeks repeat the
these have
when the old cow got choked and fumigation, so as to kill all thevmevtisthat
4 ; WOuTdff1'leni8 help tier, we'd -wr-rr; voted_ in the Democratic paimaries.It 4] hatched l from the wish
will be business of ive If have that to exchange
that she would cofferdam old head an Important : you any property you
the next Legislating to M> amend the
off. Now I eggs.When
you are up to our signs,
small of
quantities corn are
primary law that they will!| not do it
them and if of

i .try come, true once any in one nin"e days them.don't again.these colonists There was could noel not a have time! joined when to barrels he fumigated with the corn, fill, lay large a saucer air-tight orsoupplate for a home in one of the best States in the Union, 4 5

.' '>' charge it up to the Prophet of Cobb- with the good colored people of Osce- on t the top, pour in two
lown and he'll treat to ice cream anytime *
of the and
ola and carried their work of "re- tablespoonfuls liquid
6r this next winter that he happns form outside on the Democratic cover up for two days. A good call have and J{.
.I'' to be in town. pri method of making an air-tight cov- phone or write us what you we can : ,
; ; Our launch is to be a patriotic combination mary.
i -*-- ering is to put n heavy coat of axle-
.I of red, white and blue, paint-
vaseline the rim, and '
.., grease or on .
s- ) ed red on the outside, blue inside and (;unbltBin. L'Kngle. -
j Ocala Star: then apply a sheet of thick piper 1 find for what want.
you you
> with the white man sailing it the
with sacking .to keep it in place.
Rumors going! around the State
f combination is complete. are to the effect that Mr. ,E. R. Gun- The expense of fumigation is small -
d. It"", Captain Johnson's boat passed up Bull Moose candidate for Con- compared( with the resulting gain.
P.. the river Friday night exhibiting a by I
'rf" Carbon bisulphide can be bought re. :
f" greasmanatlarge, stands! a show to I
? ; variety of lights, and as they flashed defeat Claude L'Engle.Mr. tail for about 3D cents a pound. In
Tt>y our landing, almost reminding us -- -- --- -, -
Gunby's ability and popularityare handling it, much care should be exercised -
of Christmas fireworks.W .
to keep it from fire. No
of course admitted; and these away ,
Our Democratic rooster still livuxin
should be allowed the
rumors have it that to the large Republican smoking near
the of his fino .
; glorious reality
cribs barrels the will
or as vapor
t .i plantation, fat and saucy. TherV.notelling and personal vote he can poll will
ignite or explode with a spark. Care-
be added enoughote.s! of I Democratswho
what his note book will
lessness in this lead to
respect might!
t dislike Claude to elect the Dull
bring forth.

t Our island is again on the penin- Mooxe. serious accidents. THE FINISHING TOUCHto
When last year's crop is all used
No doubt a good many of a certain up.
aula. there has been
Q Fortunately no '
the crib should be swept out, and
kind of Democrats would dearly loveto
rain for about week. The weather
whitewashed. A pint of crude car
'' Claude ,,
see defeated-by anybodyfor -
+ conditions are warm but not oppres- bolic acid should be added to
o ' those who hate Claude hate him every
two gallons of the whitewash, which '
cordially and no, blame
very one can
Anna Simmons was in Kis-

7" '. ,''::> 'week almmee a few .days during the pasta ocrat them. in But Florida there than is no Claude more\ real L'Engle Dem; should, applied Or crude in every carbolic nook acidor and II a woman's toilet is the jewel he fasten

n i .,(That'one' lone Whittler,' article was! he won the nomination in a straightout times( carbolineum asmu ch water). mixed, may with be applied three I I to her bosom. We pay particular attention to
\ true. Democrat
; campaign, no can
splendid one. Come Ho
a Matthew, try'your hand again.and pencil;, vote against him, and his'walk-over is by a sprinkling can to the walls and this branch of our jewelry business and our
floor. This will kill the insects and
certain. As to these rumors, in j k
-we>know you'will.. Don't be so' selfish many their and will also act wood display of brooches chatelaines lockets
-( ;; let the people know what you tro instances the wish is father to the preservative.eggs, as a pins, ,

i j doing. Just look at Alger; an interesting thought.-St. Petersburg Times. etc., is especially large and unusually attract
,j ; item every week, and you Mr. Gunby is a might fine man; the

i don't say a word. Why, letters from Star thinks he deserves the full sup ive and novel. See it by all means. It contains
port of the Progrssives and that tne
there declare that
t your town i iM on
regular Republicans will show wisdom LOUIS many splendid gift suggestions.
a boom; new buildings, new stores, A. SEARSON I
' 7 dAt railroads and all that vori of thingand' and principle in voting for'him.As .
for Mr. L'Engle, no more able
; !/ you would tell the Gazette PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
I and devoted champion of all the people
--Hibout it using the same words you .
;' 4 do In writing to Rex, you'd sure make has ever announced or ran fororf ice j AUDITOR ,
J in this State. He was nominated in
people open their eyes to the fact
I, ' ,,that 'your town was in the race with the Democratic prim.ry, he needs Commercial and Municipal Accounting
Cloud and Kissimmee. only Democratic votes to elect him
St. and man who voted in the primary Jeweler andOptometrist
': Our postoffice Rosalie is a quaint any Incorporated Accountant of the C. A. COLE
and then votes against L'Englewill
r t little town but it labors under the ,
-, misfortune of being over in Polk commit a breach of faith that will International Accountants
know. inexcusable from a personal as well Society, Detroit.
4 -county: you
atf! a political standpoint. .
t Rex has only hearsay evidence of -
: I- Ita ', existence and prosperity, never r. 0. In 377 Hill Office: :

having; been there, but when our red, Putting II Straight.. (ISSIMHEE. FLA. AU.EKDUE, S. C. "

f i ," white and blue launch is again in Ocala Banner: .
In reading a lesson to those who
y i sailing order, John propose to carry f \

fk 'us down there. voted in the recent Democratic primaries _. n_ ,_ ._ .... .
in Osceola county, says the
"Oar admirable housekeeper, Mrs.
.: '. St. Augustine Meteor, but who now
ti Cobb, spent a few minutes on the
; 1 propose to link up with other candi -
k 'Jake flihing during the week and re-

at t., -turned to with be the what whale a first that swallowed sight appeared dates Reese than,of the the Valley nominees Gazette Editor, says J. H.: Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint I Paint Paint Paint

I II .
'What, then, is the pledge that ---
:: Jonah. or at least our bob-tailed yellow -
binds T' It is participation in the
4. I
9 dog, which was missing, but as
.__on cleaning; the monster neither mary mary.with the enter tacit the proclamation Democratic thatyou're pri- ...., .....
Jonah nor the dog came forth we = 1 w
'COpcluded that it was only a Democrat and a gentleman.
Rah after all. Seven of us ate a Being an organization Democrat, you ROSS GRAVES 5.
are honor bound to stand by the nomi- 1
beamy from it, and there still
, supper a
otherwise. what
nees, is the organization rt
1 a goodly portion. Heard
.- *' :no complaint from the others, but worth! What can it stand for "The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"
p If all colors of political faith may par-
Jonahs. and yellow bob-tailed dogs
In Democratic and
ticipate a primary
,f 'Were' mixed in dreams that
'. "' then stab its nominees, what profitis
I .
>ff t ,- night""Since writing the above our Democratic there to come "from having a Demo-

S ai "' = rooster's note book has cratic primary!
i again I BUY ,
t1 '1 {' been changed. He shouts, "Hurrah and That before is our another contention national precisely. S. W. P. Paint Kyanizs Varnishes

for' Harris and Triplett," and then convention ....,
I_ otrats around and shakes his body as is held we shall refer what Editors E; THE For Floors, Interior Woodwork .
Reese and ZIm to Mr. Wil-
much as to say, "reckon I run the liam say -ca I Known the World Over and Furniture.
r, whole) thing; this time." Ring off!!! Jennings Bryan. BEST

r AU right, the rest, will be handed in c.. .
} s. ___ -next...week.. Laymen's Meeting.At IT IS ECONOMY rt
our last Laymen's meeting,
Lv; Sunday afternoon, we had some delightful -
''\:' music by good friends, who
were glad to lend their assistance. Mission Stains AT Alabastine Wall Coating

..St. Cloud, Fla., Sept. 26, 1912. Our next meeting will be held at the

y .Editor Gazette: Christian church, Sunday afternoon, II The Stains with a reputation It is the Best

\ %A*' know a good thing; when I see at fc:00 o'clock, will be led by Rev. +

' it )and I also know something of Gaines, and a full attendance is desired ....,

.v ,, Florida and.its possibilities, and I as the subject under discussionwill

ICMW what the Gazette has helped be-ot general interest to every- ROSS GRAVES

., -to' "d.-f or--eountyr-and-i-am-. onf In orour city. AH men and' .J boysmost . .

5 satisfied it will take. an important eordi UytdSome, speci&lmusic Is "Th Store that AppreciateYoar Trad*" .

, IIU't' 'tin the County and State affairs has been arranged. rtPaint

"ia {the future,.and' I am pleased to. A. S. NELSON,.Chm. -
: that the Gazette ia running: on. --

.,f 'thai broad gang line ia broad enough A want ad. in the Valley Gazette Paint Paint'Paint' Paint Paint Paint
ia lt4-xiawa.iOt.remcA.oat beyond iU, has never yet failed. to produce result

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;" vai FRIDAY., OCTOBER, 'II. iH.E -

STRONG' sible way with both the general committee SAYS ',THEY, : WILL 'STICK here I Peter 'keep plugging along. .
APPEAL'FORSCHOOUMENDMENT and the sub-committees, and -, -' BY',PRIMARY PLEDGE. Peter has paid for the (I
acceptance of one or two members own. ,Peter is clear out ordebtl.; I
as there has been a little delay In the St. Cloud, Fla. Sept 28th 1912 down in the bank he has two hundred ,
organisation of the committee appointed Editor, Valley Gasette: bones-.why should he worry or
_by Pest. Edwards, it seems ,I notice an item takenfrom the stand on the street, :making more j
----., well to bring this matter before you Palatka News where it refers to an noise than a gong Peter keeps hustling : ,ti I I VM'' '
and the members of the board of public article in your paper' of some two on rubber-tired feet-Peter | / A
COMMITTEE 'WANTS ACTION instruction of your county in time for weeks ago aa, "reading a. lesson to keeps' plugging along. Peter won't ,
-..- .-.. ,:: their next'.gain the Federal pensioners the item look congressional -aid. platforms
time that could not be made up 'it closes by, saying that "these men, don't bother his soul; working away I,
the matter is to'await action of the 'tis said, entered the primary not as in .the sun and the shade, he Is ac-1,
LETTER. ISSUED TO ,COUNTY general committee appointed by Democrats and gentlemen, but as quiring a roll. Saving a:wad for the ,
.. President Edwards.,'' .. heroes and pensioners.".. ._ ._ 'soD-of stress.while. he4, rugged /I
SCHOOL BOARDS AND' COMMERCIAL As this amendment is of great in. Now, Mr. Editor, I feel that such and strong Peter has Sense with a, ,i
BODIES TO PASS. terest to the children of each county articles in one of our county's best capital S-Peter. is plug'clngalong.- ;
and to the business interests thereof, and largest circulated papers, is doingan Walt, Mason: J'
RESOLUTIONS! FAVORING I .believe a resolution favoring it may injustice. to number of as good . . .:
ADOPTION. well be adopted by every, county citizens aa you will find in Osceola 00oooooaoo.oooooooootO
board of public'instruction at its next county. And while am not a Fed .
------r'. meeting by every board, of school trustees eral soldier I am the aon-of aFederaL ,' A GENTLEMAN, -+! PUMP UN, ; .
The Florida Educational Association and by every 1kmrd of Trade soldier, and think I am in a positionto O OP000000000040000A4. .
by its executive chairman, B. B. and published as often AS may seem know as much about what they ..I T Solid-Breech Hamrrierless. Safe.
Lane, has issued an open Jetter to the desirable in the local 'papers. I believe who took part in the Democratic primaries i : 4a 4
people of Florida and too, that some sort of campaignby in St. Cloud 'will do at the' "A man that's clean inside and out; I, Bottom = .
especially to shell
I .. Ejection- thrown downwud'and
election St.I who neither looks to the rich empty *are
the County School Boards and Boards speaking, or otherwise, may well general as any man in up nor I
of Trade, asking that they exercise be\" made in every county and in every Cloud, and I feel safe in saying that down to the poor; who can lose with- gate must go the same way |oo-insuring tamtezng. ted
diligence in having the voters to election district, and that in this they will support the Democratic out squealing; who can win without sight-rapid pointing always.
adopt at the forthcoming election the movement' the business men generally ticket to a man as strong in November brag inT; who is considerate ot women ,Solid Breech-Hammeriewperfectly,LaIaDced-a: straight I
amendment which ; as well as those connected with aa they did at the primaries. children and old people, who is strong of beauty from stock
proposes authority sweep muzzle.
for special tax school district to issue the schools, should take!: a leading Now, Mr. Editor: please do not ,allow too brave. to lie, too generous to Three to r
bonds for school The part; the more prominent the parttaken some office seeker to.spur you ,, cheat, and who takes his snare of the Safety Devke-accidental discharge imposstb. ''',
ter Is dated from purposes.Starke, and let-: by business men the wider will on by argument, to condemn men and I world and lets other people have Simple Take-Down-a quarter turn of the barrel doe*;it-
At its last session the Legislature says be the support of the measure-at t.he.. make ungentlemanly remarks about I t.heirs-Is a gentleman. carrying. cleaning intend: ange' of ,barrels wide 'eaty ,your .
proposed an amendment to the State polls. A committee of business .men I citizens of our' county until they have I And it may be added that there is finger* are your'only tool*. c' 'i
Constitution, to be known in each school and election district proven false, or at least more evidence : "no such animal." "
17 of Article 12, providing as for Section the issuance appointed by the various boards oil II thanf 'tis said." I ,IW tn, .. 11M I wM IWIW .lasts./ ..Mel ,.-....
of bonds by Special Tax School- publicJnstruction, has been suggested I have talked with numerous men *>alw: be:.... ..... U .....toJ.rRemin -
Districts whenever a majority of the as a very good means of carrying on whom I know to have voted in the fOUNDATION/ ( *
qualified voters, who are freeholders, this campaign. If on election day primaries, and I have my first one to I tpn Arms.UalonMetallic
shall vote in favor of such bonds. there could be placed in the\hands of find but what says he will vote the j Cartrtdde Co.CR1NER .
This proposed amendment is now beIng each voter, before he went to the same way in the general election that y.,Itro $e..Jwa .8 i new T.rh cw "
published in in the polls, a folder containing a brief statement he voted in the primaries.And NOTHING CAN UNDERMINE IT
State. Under its every provisions county school of the purposes of the amendment it is my opinion that such IN KISSIMMEE. t
houses may be erected wherever they and showing that it puts no newspaper articles as I have referredto --- i,
be needed whether tax on any community in the State will'have more tenure to drive
may in small .
towns, country districts except by a later vote of the freeholders away votes from the Democratic People are sometimes slow to recognize .
wherever a special tax or school largecities of that community, do you party than it will toward making true merit, and they cannot be 11
district may be organized and bonds not think the amendment would receive Democratic votes, and there are some blamed for so many have been humbugged
voted. wider and more enthusiastic who are willing to create strife and in the past. The experience : .
hard if it is to their & SIEVERREALTY a
support T feelings, interest
You know
as well as I the necessity of hundreds of Kissimmee residents,
for such This amendment will give a much but they are not the class who votedin
an for under
decisions of the Supreme Court recent , needed opportunity to the school the Democratic primaries. expressed publicly through newspapers .
there is scarcely plan whereby children of Florida. I trust. it will re- Very respectfully yours, and other sources, places Dean's 'COMPANYPrairie :
any : ceive the active of L. W. FARRIS. '
buildings of a cost approaching even support every Kidney Pills on a firm foundation -
three or four thousand dollars can be I business man in the State; of every [Editors Note.-Our correspondent here. .
Board of Public Instruction: of win be advised that the article he reofers Land Groves +
erected. As it is now several towns : and every Mrs. R. L. Seaver, West PortageSt. Orange High Hammock Land r
that have voted bonds in the past are, County Superintendent. of every statement to was made written in the in reply St. Cloud to a ., Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I think Timber Lands. Lands at 'all'Prices and on Easy Terms.v"
I am informed on !good legal authority newspaper.Will just as highly of Dean's Kidney Pills ,
Tribune by Frank B. Munsell that
kindly acknowledge re- ,
in danger of being forced you .
by legal today as I did when I publicly recommended -
ceipt of this letter and advise me the voters that precinct wouM
proceedings to stop payment on buildings what you think can be done in your exercise their discretion in selectingthe them some years ago. 2,000 acres Stock Ruck, will ticking: half .....

the urgency already of constructed.such a situation Realizing and section in the way suggested? candidate to support in the elec- Backache and caused there me a great deal ofaull'ering for other real estateI.:- -:. ..: ..:-
was soreness
With I .
great respect, am. tion.]
that there is a possibility that througha through my loins and this made it >
Sincerely 50-acre Grove 'will trade for
misunderstanding of its yours, difficult for Orange Half ..Ia.e
provisions very me to stoop. I was
and through a lack of publicity among Chrm. Exec. Com. Fla. Edu. Assoc., I PLUGGING ALONG. also bothered by the kidney secretions for other real estate balance easy payments .:. .
the voters at large, the measure may I and I slept so poorly that whenI
not receive a majority of the votes oft I Down on the corner some soreheaded got up in the morning I was all >
ad '
) use qualified to vote for its adopt- Truck Citrus Fruit Land. men stand as the hours gal- tired out. Dean's Kidney Pills, which KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.,
- ion; and be therefore rejected at the No. 46 -Seven a cIOi1haJrBcres.o i jlop byv kicking and_ carping .lI.nd.4 obtainedatthe Kiapmman Drug 1.
polls, the Florid.a' Educational Association iltr i- the best trucK and fruit land in Kis- roasting again everything under the |, Co., gave me relief from these troubles -
through its executive committee simmee Park. This land is in proximity sky. While they are showing that and restored me to good health."
at a meeting held during the sum- to the lake. Call on us and we will life is a fake, proving that everything's For; sale by all dealers. Price 60
mer, authorized) its president to appoint put you in touch with the owner; you wrong, Peter the potter has cents) Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
\\i;: a committee of business men to can deal direct with him. This prop- no roar to make-Peter keeps plug- : New York, sole agents for the UnitedStates. :
:?, take charge of the general state campaign erty is offered at a great reduction ging along. Many are idle; the bak- i DOllED LEITHEB'S INSURIINGEflBENOY '
for the passage of the amendment from what land in this locality is.sell- er, the clerk laborers, too, by the ,i; Remember the name-Doan's-and
and to Bee that a campaign by ing for. score; bitter their cry that they can- take no other. .
,.'- is organized in BREAKER not get work-nothing but grief is 41 2t .
sub-committees every 24-tf H. M. & CO. The OM t and LBrcMt-ln arMM Arne! OeoU County i '
countjr in the State. It is the wish .. .- in store! Peter is laboring year aft-I I FIRE LIFE ;j
of the executive committee of the As- FOR RENT signs for sale at this er year, humming a satisfied song; FURNISHED ROOMS for rent cards rHONer ACCIDENT:... HEALTH: I
.. sociation to co-operate in every pos, office, 10 cents each. everything's gay on his old planet : for sale at the Gazette office. I 110 -- .

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D OPENED the Pinella. bill : Election. House; t* oecoanary to pea; every bill or M.. R'IVERS. M. D .1'
_ COLUMBIA Likewise the Wailei claim T Notice of joint resolution. All biUa or joln'relfO\.Uon., T rIIr
: ao iiamed shaH be signed by the praiildlng officer .i...Pt
; ; t: W. GRIFFIN How many days can We' legallyaw of th" reapwitlv. .* Houaet. and by the P400(5.I.ry PHYSICIAN ,and SURGEON :. i iOlUett
our per ? WnBRI.AII..: Tim LeI.latur..of 1011, tlllderI of neuite and the. Clerk of the House
Have the boarding house'of Talla I\oo'lt"Uou' of IMHb, of tb. State of Florida., KepraaentaUvn. oyer Oeoeola Pharmacy..
---- did Remlutlonii 1 he vote out In with said -
hassee improved ram Lt.we< Joint propoalnim.nitmoni oompManc propoatMl .fnealdeD08 ,
: Staple and FancyGROCERIES ,. :* to tho :ronntltutlou of tb.SUM o) amaodmentit And the ,'.n".'a declaratlona -
CARSON: REFERRED: TO AS.MOST. .Is it morally right for us to accept Hortd, mid th. .m. were .11....... to by a vote. and return thi-.f. shell be .,subjected. PBONESomoo14j3; } I

'TRUSTEES money from Jacksonville T of three. II run of sit the mcmbere .Iee"'" to tb.ajaranregulatlona' : : and rewlrlctlon I 55 are ], .
: USEFUL OF BY If. not 'where in thunder each koan<(i that the voim on mid Joint Resolution provldod, hy law :for fcunral. ,Oloclio..U| : lu the

4 : ,PRESIDENT MONTAGUELAKElCITV" going to get: our: pay? _are .we were, with entered ihu.eyes upon suet lhorauarand rwip.ottvJourunU state. IN TEHTlMONV-WHKUBOPr.of:Florida. .4,:h.-b..r. W'. WIN_ ..T - ;7 ; i, _. ...-:: ,

I : : < :-' ," Docsnt""Tampa want 'anything""ihlstime 1 they rijd d..u>rmlne end dlrt t that the .Id unto art my hand and attired the Great Heal of ,
COLLEGE ? .. Joint KWolutloni\ be mibmliwd to the elector. the Slalaol" Florida, at TallahaMeil, Ih. Capital PHYSICIAN '
of the ..t.I..t the Uoiuual Klwtlon in November this the twenty-fifth dav of July A I>. 1012.C .
----- Isn't a session of the legislaturedull Hill. C al) ||. CL.AY CBAWFORI) ,
t? Free Delivery to all Parts Kissimmee sent Pullman car -unprofitable without a school NOW.; ""IIKRRFORK.11: CLAY CRAWFORD nain-: .SPoretary of HMto.In RBMDBNCK PHO'NB\ - hCle.mlwse.. j

a' book fight t Keervurjr 8110 of the $tsteerflo,1- "1o =- ..:. ==......-:......:...:.- Orrics PpossV7. - rOA. ;
:: 'of' filled with students lorColuznbIaCollege "Or a race-track'ght hereby II.e notice that nJ
at Lake City and by the same How many of us can get. postoffices. ENERAL ELECTIONwill Court of County Judge State of

token Kissimmee is interested in the when Wilson goes inT be h.l I great opening at that institution last Who's going to be the political boss day next miecepdlnii th* drat Monday la No County. Osceola. .,:

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week. The Lake City Index gives of the State under the Democratic vombor. D. IVI'J Mid Tuetday being l the in r..e.hte. Henry T. Hlanford. PHYSICIAN ; 'j
administration ? FIFTH DAY PK NOVEMBER Notice, i I. hereby given to all I horn U may, '
; *- I'' I the following account: for 'lie ratification, that on the 2Mb day of January. A. D. Residence Phone 274 'I j ,
I I + H'l I I I4.+4.++ didn't nominate Governor or 'rejection of the Held
Why they .
While Sunshine our 15111 I '
a radiant permeated Joint Resolution.) proposing amendmratt to .ihall. apply to th. Honorable. tIco. l"". Office Phone 98 -" ,;
through the. stately pines and oaks and for Vice-President. at Balti- Ibo Couttitutlon of the Stale of florid I YUMA Parker or hla aiioceuor In office. Judge of said "
Court an Judge Mf Probate, for final dla- Rooms3and4
TWhat a
reflected the wonderful beauty with more JOINT RESOLUTION ProponlD( an Amend. charge aa Administrator the of
of onlat Henry fla.TR.
: CRAYSTONE1 i; which nature has endowed the campus does Jacksonville want any- tncnt to ."$Iole V of the Conetltijllon of theitste T. Htanfonl deceased' ; and that at tile same State Bank Bld'g Kissimmee .

I. at Columbia College a large audience how? of Florida Kelallvo. to th. Judiciary. Department time I shall. present. to the saId Court my Anal -- - -_. ---
I.I. aooonnu an Administrator Mid Estate. and
What called here
I. gathered in the college auditorium I were we for and JJe It ReeOlvod by. th. Legislature of the State asS for their approval B. D. WIE ENGA.VETERINARIAN ,.
.. Irrl ALL ni mi : Wednesday morning to witness the why should we do it? "of Florida : W. J BEARS .

opening exercises for the fifth annual If the special session can settle'1 all Thilthe:: following amendment Article! Adminiatrator. V. ,
2.5Oto&5Operday. these in of UieOonntilutlon of the Slat. of Florida relative Dated July t'. A D. 1812. XI l-am 6m ,
: I: session. After a week of inclement vexed questions three days all to tho Judiciary\ Itepartment.. to be num ,
Special by week or month. weather Old Sol got back on duty well arid good. But some of these bored Section 42 of said Article V. be and thesumei.borebyslreed Notice .
aball of AdmJllistr lor. ALL DISEASES]
and the day ideal for such subjects will require a whole week to and beeilbmlt-
was an
J a. w. ram*, rrt*. i. o. KRTU up.t .p.: occasion. A large number of stranger for proper discussion. It will be : clnctlon led to Ibe to elector be held of on the tb.stale"first Tueaday' the general after in Court of the County! Judo State. of Florida. Da,. I.ho.... 110I'lftbt \.

merely a mater of the survival of the Mist Monday In November A. D. 1V1S.: for Oaoeola County Pbon.. 182 ORLANDO. FEA. .
i 14-141-4-LI-I ++++. !) were present to witness the exer- .
: ratification In r* fwtat of 1. ,. _.
the fittest.-Tampa Tribune. I or rejection to wit : : Oliver deeeaaed: - - -
.. cises and lend encouragement to the I 'Hec. 42. There shall bo another Judge of the Notice I Ia hereby riven, to all whom it may concern. .
institution which is doing so much for Circuit Court of iival I County In addition to that on the :irfVh day of January A D. I lIti I::4). H. N. L. BRYAN .. : ;
; the people of the State under 1.h..1.11.ul& Judge: of the circuit which ald I shall apply to the Honorable Go. F. Parker D) 4
1 young Modern to Date Home.No. 'county. l I. oUuuted. such additional circuit Judir of saId Court, aa Judn of Probate for a
:; YllNUllU I the able management of the Baptists Judge ahall I be appointed by. the Oovernor and final: discharge: aa administrator of th* estate of DENTIST

w. L I of Florida. The enrollment for this 464-$3.600.-New, modern six- firmed by tb. h.nsksod ahall. hold office .*"... K. O'1' *" '.-deeeaaed; and thatat the same
h I exceeds two hundred and the for alx! (A) yaar. and shall. receive the aam.alary time 1 will preaant my. final account aa admlnia- Squires BuildingNew
I year room cottage bath. lavatory hot and and allowauce for expensea as oilier a trator of said estate. and aak for their approval." ,
number is expected to reach three cold water. electric lights beautiful Circuit Judge, but the name shall be paid' by WILLIAM U. CAStER. ; York Avenue .

hundred withinthe next two weeks. expensive mantels. new furniture. nice the County of Uuval oat of the general revenueof Illlmolimo Dated.I July, ,11tH, ,. X. l. 1912.- Admlnl.t..r. ST. CLOUD FLOUDAQK.
aald county II. shall bare all tb.
'I The college opens with the largest rugs. Iiouae.fu rnished complete. ready and perform all the dnllv that are or may power be --- --

enrollment in its histovy -and a most for occupancy. Large lot, 83x147) feet, provided or prescribed by the Constitution or J. W. SIMPSON
successful year is assured.Dr. on which :are twenty full bearing by 1I.t.... for Circuit Jndsea, and all ....,,,...* AN ORDINANCE.Oro'lMBivo .

A. P. Montague the newly sage trees. Located in three and a The oonoernlnp distribution circuit of Jadgrt the builnea I shall* of apply the to Circuit him. 'An Pro
: ;, Real Estate elected president presided at the half blocks of the postoftlce on beau Court of Uuval County between the two Circuit ft the.Interest. on ... Ucsieral DENTIST.Upstairs .
and no< a, IV... .... Respectively froaa
Jndgea lbs allotment .
exercises Wednesday morning and tiful Verona street in the very best matter and c..... to be bard or aanlgnment deoldea,ordered of. 0.. to sisSy 1..1.. ..... ... for the In Katz Iluilding.OFFICE :.
welcomed the students on behalf of neighborhood.; Call and let us show tried. decreed or adjudged "shall. be controlled Roo>..Uo. of ..1. Notes sod Ala* I \\I a. m. to 12 m.
\ this beautiful home. Terms or made when E****!!.* *.* Ibo HOURS.' J
of the
the college. Rev. M. A. Wood you on necessary by the Judge .... A.r..t..I..f i:30to6:30p.: : m.
I of said Court who shall have the older oommfalon r.e-: and
led in and the part of purchase price. if desirefl. -
Baptist church prayer lu fnrcv at the time. Such.additional: Telephone No. 76 Jun o. lv,.
audience then joined in singing the 24-tf. II. M. BREAKER!: & Co. uit Jtidffe bhall n Hide In Dn val (;onut.... BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL

, ; KIS IMMEE. FLORIDA I hymn "How Firm a Foundation" A JOINT RESOLUTION: Pronoaing an Amend- OK SOCtlOII THE 1.CITY It shall OK the. duty} of 1) R. W. W. CARSON

after which Rev. S. Mathis of Jasper uiend to Article 1'j of the ConfiUtullon of the the Council to provide
annually for
read from the scripture. Dr. A. J. P. No. 472 -Truck farm. This property Miste of Flo Id., Relative Education, to .be the payment of The :Interest on the DENTIST
-- Known. Hcclion 17 ot Haul I'rovld-
adjoins the city limits just outside ; sixty 'promissory notes styled ""Gen
Julian Mayor of Lake City was then lug for (he iBkuanre or Bends by Special: Tax eral : ,--
where you will. not have to pay city "H"<,no,,l Dl'trlcU. for tb. Exclusive I'mT'of.. Notes. numbered respectively
called and he welcomed the students from One to Sixty. Office Cole's
upon Inclusive; and for over JewclrylStor:
H. taxes. contains 64 acres fine flowingwell. Public Krn 8<,bool.. Althla Iuch:! School' Dla- the creation of
BULLOCK in hill usual eloquent manner. a sinking fund for the
splendid soil and in high: state of trict. and AntborlwlnK the Levy Iff. Tax to redemption of said notes.. Office Hours: 8-12,1-5
Mrs.\ Annette Romberger instructorin Ovate a Sinking Fund for the Payment of
Immediately Office I 15-!
cultivation. Can be at bargain 'upon the Issuance phone
bought a tOe I ulere.' ana KiKiemptluu of Much Honda, c.ol.t .
mu.sic then favored the audience h said "General Notes" tho Residence 23
with a delightful piano solo after price including present growing'crop Be It. Keaolvcd by the Leglalalure of the State: Council shall I appoint 1 by resolution to
on easy terms of pnvment. We of Florida. be recorded In the Minutes i a Commit: 1 Gas administered for extraction of teethfR.
REAL ESTATE which short addresses! of welcomewere will introduce you to the owner and you That the following amvndmunt t<> Art Idol; tee of throe persons who shall be fred

....................... made by Rev. A. E. Spencer and can deal direct with him. This of the Constitution of the Htaw of Flo Ida. U'iv holders of the City and be styled
pro.erty ; kn Trustees of the General Notes." r.. PARKER:
Rev. W. T. Cavell on behalf of the wn I. Section| 17 of Raid article be. and who I
I is desirably located. splendid) soil anda the Mime m hereby sgreoi to. airid'ah'all, be liubmttted shall each give bond running; to the
INSURANCE churches of Lake City. Mrs. Lucille money maker. to the'ctor of the state at the nextKcniTm Mayor of the City with sufllclentsumtlos.

: t- Hogan, who has charge of the stringed 21-tf II. M. BREAKKK: & Co. cIrcle, fif ("acres tratlven. to tie tit-Id.. In.he sum of two thousand DENTISTOKKICK :
instruments rendered a delightful ,In lh. ). Cr A. 0. f'l 12, for ratlllcMtion or rrjL dollars. rondHlonal that the SaId : oVER OSCROI.A "THARMACYOffice

of Titles a violin solo. Prof. J. II. Fulks prin- Ii ion. toes trust shall cunfldcd faithfully to them discharge and to tru"-I I Hours-
I. cipal of the Lake City school, madea I Choice Vacant tot. '-"",'I,,' IHX St h..ol l 1 IHstru'lu. I.. l.Mir I IxtudM for ovfiand duly account firr all .. l.OOto5-OO) ) p. M.E .
short address on the subject of I 1)14XrlllNlrf) i .Uwe Of I llbllC ire. .! sclls WlthlllHny hands money that shtiU! comA into their', . \.

Specialty. "Education." Ri-v. F. C. Kdward.s of N\. .17nh This. choice lot i ill located Much.NHclal majority l. | the THY ...hnol. IJl. 'rit't. u hon, SM3 hy reason All funds of such collected) trust to pay i:
M 11".11110.1 .Iee.t"r.lh.'r.
Starke spoke in behalf of the Baptists ono block west of the court house. on ho nn 'frfNttiohlrrH|. HhMll vole III favor or- mild Interest and for said sinking I IIEltHY lIlln:. Mil.I ,_ _
Solicited. of the State. Rev. llyman of Emmett utreet in best resident sec ",,,,.,,,*e Of Hllfll 'tOd. Hint shah'-Tax-be Collector"paid over t'.L': the Mar - - - -- -- ,

: :.. ._ The said
Jasper, spoke--' beha1f of the B.: Y: tion. Has frontagnr7r( i : TeelTm F.m' It'ene.'ny-.IT..pAI'TU''l'-X hHM \..teot III I favor of the InHuanre..hoofli'-of' Trustees and the said Trustees shall .-

I P. U., and the audience then joinedin mett streat, extending buck 147''. feet. I.v.r I 1.. M tux not Ki exceed nvt* mill. ttu, .the do nay. out of the monies so received the Special! attention I xiven to I heir '
IA'S. Few and lit ....., on the 'taxable interest on the said. "Oeneral Notes." .-uim-rjt of Women and '
singing the hymn "All Hail the I orange; grapefruit trees on anyone y. property and shall. Invest the residue In .\
; Power of Jesus' Name" after which the lot. On sewer and water lines.' A t I belt-vied' thedmlrfrt l III aceordancaith%otliiur 'for the lnHiicot lau :provld bond securities to be held as an accumula. Children.Office .

fLORISTCut Dr. Montague introduced the principal !- I bargain; at f(SWUM( for the levying: of ""._, to become. bud tive fund for the redemption of said

: speaker of the day Senator C. A. 241! f 4 H. M. Breaker & Co. .4jf"such itmniHiit' boo,)i".( the lutervat and rednmption . notes.Sec. 4 In case of removal for cause over Citizens Itank. I'HoNt; 18424.3mospti

Carson of Kissimmee, whom Dr. I or I death of any
"V'rnpnMliiKAnMfiidinenM. Section fine I : nihoo'o Ig
Flowers and Floral Designs to ((1) said Trustees. shall nil
Montague designated as the most use- Klxl4en (116/ and Hvventeeil. ((17)) of Article vacancy.Sec. .
In Nome.
: 4 .. for all occasions. ful college trustee he has known in I Big Bargain a Thi.w* ((3)) of the Constitution of the Ria' ul C. All Ordinances or parts r. A. VANS AUhfKW w. .. caawroao.

Potted Plants and Roses a his many years of college work in Splendid new six room house, just inside Florida. K l'tinir to the 1''III..Uv"| Aulbontyof thereof. In conflict herewith, be and
the nOun of l Morlda the same are, VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
South Carolina and city limits fine deep well lot contains hereby repealed
Washington. Un It Resolved. J. M.
: specialty. I tiy the LfcfjlHlalurv of the State. HANSELL.
Birmingham. Senator Carson who is two acres of ground good new of Florida President of Council.

Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL president of the Board o( Trustees of barn wagon and buggy sheds, and all That Lbs following Amendment to Section Attest:- (Seal).

the college said that "he had sat under good new fence. Fine locationfor One<11)). Section sixteen (1i>)and Section Meventt J. R. GILBERT. Omi'es :t.i-.e
upon Clerk :
I City o.f Kissimmee. Citl7.en (lank
small truck garden or poultry ranch. rntl'lail amendml of Article' Three ((3)) 01
the same platform in this auditoriumfor Approved this Jth day of September Kissimmee .
Ihe Constitution: of the Slate of Florida be, end
: .. the past fourteen years as a mem- This. is a fine proposition, where you tlMy are heroby agreed 1.0. and shall I IMi.n>. A. D. 1912.
ber of the Board for the Florida will have the freedom of the country posed and submitted t<. the elector of Ihla. N. C. BRYAN.
yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages -I !tale for approval" or rejection the next geueral S7-6t Mayor City of Kissimmee. J-J D. GEIGER.ATTORNEYATLAW.
Agricultural College the State Uni- . -
election bwreafter. that I. to nay :
W. THOMPSON of the such
ersity and Columbia College and this city as splendid high r-eelion One (I) ol said AtvieThreO. ((3)) abal -- : .
school, best markets churches. etc. be amendi Ad'.. to'read ai follow:: !%OTirK III' MASTKIf' !tAl.":.
the best of all. He
: f was year urged Price $1.500.IMtf ; Snilioii. ((1) 7 he LegIslative authority of
the students make the best of their Notice .Is hereby given
to ; thin State .b..11 be vented Legislature\ con. that under
FUNERAL opportunities and not disappoint the II. M. Breaker &Co. Mntlnii of a /Sonata and a House of Reprenenlatlve . and hy virtue of a final decree of foreclosure Office State Bank Building
I DIRECTORvLICENSED ,.. and nhall "he designated! THE Llfti4LATUHE Issued out of and under tho
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parents at home who were probably ; : UK IIIK: STAIILOFFLORIDA, but Ibei.eopie seal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Kissimmee. Flonda

'4- and / in many cases making sacrifices of Registration Books. V reserve to tbemltelvea power to propose Judicial Circuit of the State 'of Flor- .. - - .
: nature that the eva and amendmenia to tb* Constitution of ida, In and for Osceola County. In -
( a personal so boy or F.
the Htate, aud to enact or reject such laws stud a certain cause wherein S. V.'. Iscomplainant G KRIBBS %
; . !/ EMBALMER B'rl might attend Columbia College. The Registration<< Books of this coun- amendment at lbs pails independent of Lbs and Henry Silas Orln'iJ: '

':" told of additional preparations be ty'will be open on the first Monday in LtffrlMatnre, and .1..... "' ...rv..t their own oi. Silas, his wife' are respondent.: theundersigned ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEB FLA.
v for lion th. power to approve or reject at the polls as Special Master In ,
\ ing made the care of the studentsas
." ? .Dppoelt.* Courthouse August, and will close the second Sat any. act Item. or section of any actor resoititionoftbe Chancery will sell at public outcry Examination
,J W '' the boys' dormitory was already The books will be Legtalaturo; duringthe legal hours of sale before of Titles a Special/
.) .' filled and he invited all visitors .at. urday in October. ii)y Th: flrat: power reserved by the people ti. the Court House doors In the City ot Notification and
the who from kept at the office of the Registrar on lbs Initiative I and twenty (2U) per centum of Klsslrrmiee. In said Osceela County. on payment: taxes of
tending exercises
: KiuufafU FLORIDA came the legal voter ahallhave" \ the right to propose Monday. the 4th day of November A. non-residents given; careful
out of town to dine with the studentsso Main street. any letfMlatlve meaauro and twenty-tlve ((25): )) II.. 191 2. the following described property attention.

that they could see how well they 81 tf C. W. GRIFFIN Registrar. nor centum shall) have the right to pronoun situate lying and being In the
amendment to the Constitution by petition County of
UHceola.' State of Florida I I ;
were fed. Senator Carson is a fluent aud such petition shall include the lulltea' Beginning :
every 220 yule West of the BE O.
J and interesting talker and hilt address of the measure .mi proposed : corner of SW ((4" of SW <4 of Section ROBERT
; $1or$2per 1 Acre per Month was very well received. Rev. IS. J. fire 'Signals. ((3)) The second power reserved !Is; the Refereuilum i iI. 11, Tp. 25 South Range 211 K.
and It may be erdernd, except aa to thence W..*t 110 yds.," thence North
Gates of the Methodist church then .
: lasts necessary fpr the Immediate, preaervat 44i'"> yds., thence East 110 yds. thence
; .: pronounced the benediction after Ward No. 1. Central portion.of city of public ponce health and Rafoty. either bv'lietitlon South 440 yd.. to hcfrlnnlnir containIng ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE. .
.. ..Bay: Saafbrd calory fsr. Flowing: arl Jinned;. by. ((2O: oantiini of
twenty )
blast of whistle. per 1" acres less.
which the exercises closed. one long more or
". _lai ..ll .. HaiblrHcatloa.tlM .
the legul. votet or by the LeKinlaluriVi '
> ._1....goad.._11. p......*district. President Montague. informed the Ward No. "2. North Kissirrmee. two (4j) The percentage of legal voters hereinbefore : I Imtcd Terms. let of October sale cash.. A. I) 1912.S FLOWDA

.. I..t. water ..4 rail tra.rl.1. .- Index Thursday morning that the en- long blasts of whistle. stated fcbatl be bunted upon 'she t t.l"um'ro H. BULLOCK. I

JI.. .. Oar liberal contract allows six rollment for the day would Ward No. 3. South Kissimmee, three : of vote east at the last ventral election Special. Master In Chancery OUia C. MASHCYl T. FIM'ON WABXO1Tof
v ara to pay oat Tltl Bond tt Oaarasite* .
the State officer receiving the blghottt num- t Counsel for .
11. 1 IX GilIGJR.Coo".I"anl. !: J. ....
t.hoo '
." to.. atantord, Ha. 4alrrf probably exceed previous opening long blasts of whistle. 8-tf tier- of vnuta caHt at atinh e fiction: .. .. Solicitor 40 5t Florida R. R. Comm. Criminal Court
50 anil, the I (A) All petition submitted .under the powerof
( days by per cent college 1
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.n u. - -- tbe Initiative Khali be known aa "Initiative ASSEY& WARLOW
: : I authorities were highly gratified by petition" and ahall be filed with the 'secretary NOTK K: roilNotice 1111)5. -M

; 't this good showing. farm for Sale. of Slate not lean: than four ((4)> niontbn precexi t tAT
Columbia College* i is no l longer an ceding! the date of the election at which the ATTORNEYS:! AND OOUNSELLOS
Fed llldM For I'oaatructlea
I , meanurea ao propoaed are to be voted ofildew.uite
f experiment but is in.-.v a firmly established Located on good road onequartermile sod all petition' unbrnlued 'under the power upon of I. city of Klaalnaa**. Kla.Nollii LAW f''
: I The institution of learning, headed from city limits. good five-room the Kefereudnm shall l>o known an "Kefpreii- Practice IH all/ the Courts of the RlaU and at
:: able and conMi.ntiouli ceiled house large new barr. thirty dam Petitioni, and shall bu filed with the 'hereby given that In purnuance the united State' also before the .'Ioricia IlaO. :
by an faculty, .. of a resolutionAdopted by the road Commlaalon. and the ( . "
of Secretary of ritate not more than sixty 64IJ') day lntamta.. c.m-
twelve which is cultivation
; from president down and is I eeei'.eiegwell acres land. in after the final adjournment of th. session of Council of the h.Clm2 Klssimmee CommlaelOJL J
f j. ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY merited recognition throughout sixty young orange and !grapefruit the Leiriclature which shall have paned the Council of 11-H CHAH.MTON: BLDO. ORLANDO. J
\ trees seventy-five peach trees. m".ollrelo which the referendum U applied, said. City will receive bids for the construction FLA.
.. the state as well as in neighboringstates. the SlIng 01 a Referendum Petition agaluiitany of sidewalks .as stated be. Ml_- yr.. ,
Equipped with the finest set some plum and pear trees, OJ1 good item. UT sectIon 01 any act or revolution, low at the Clerk's office In the City NDRE\\ JOHNSON ;

;r ': of college ..>uicliiiK! in the State of family horse one buggy: : one wagon, nhall not prev.nt the remainder of kuch mnaHure Hall at Klsslmmee .Florida at 7:30: A 4: ,
from m.1 Tuesday, thc 8th day of Octo-
< two sets harness fifty chickens ten becoming effective; K.
'.. r Florida and io-tod on a campus rkh head cattle and all tools to ((6)) Any meaaure-or amendment to the Con- er". .\. I> 1912. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
in natural I Ixiuuty, Columbia College necessary tltnllon nropoaed uuder the Initiative and, On flydfl Avenue 1460 feet t
JOURNAL is sure to stand well to the forefront cultivate place. A bargain at $2,500.()() any meaaum which the Referendum I I. applied On Ho..,' Avenue lilt feet. Will Practice in all Courta
.. Write us for terms. "shall be referred to a vote of the quail- On Vernon Avenue. 1350 feet State and Federal
I t>.'. ng the South'*' educational insti- H6-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. lied electom of the State" and shall. become a On I lieaumont Avenue. 2300 feet. Office I
ti ons and LaKe City is prou,1 of it. law when approved by a inajortty. of the voles. On Orlando. Avenue. 2220 feet. adjoining Broadway .
Th caM thereon and uo..n proclamation of tbeLiovernor. 4>n Oarllngton Avenue 70 feet. Citizens Bank Kisairnmee.
p : Biggest Newspaper l aad not otberwbie: On Htewart Avenue 570 feet _n ,__ _, _-'- ___ _
Truck Farm for Sale. ((7)) The of the Uovernor shall. On Verona Street. 1500 feet. ,
Ii in the South AT TilE SPECIAL SESSION. not extend Inl.r.the: or Referendum m"...- On Emmett Street. 1125 feet. r. H. JENKINS ,c H. .. WOOKUAM
No. 467.-$3,000 secures a six-room I urea approved bv a majority of tbe qualifiedelectors On Bryan Htreet. 3150 feet.

?1 From the latest information collected cottage located on lot containing two ; .. On Main Street, 2580 feet. JENKINS & WOODHAM
(N) The reaervatlon of the power of the On Mabbette Htreet. 1990 feet.
,fk k The regular price of The Atlanta from the State press and from acres of land within three blocks of Initiative and Referendum in this Article On Patrick Street. 2660 feet.
politicians of diverse distinctions, the the center of the city. This is a fine ball not deprive the Legislature. of the rightto On Church Street 1360 feet.
r Semi-Weekly Journal i. 75 repeal any law mean On Broadway Street. 70 feet. SURVEYORS
Tribune has compiled a list of the garden proposition with two artesian beP't:: Pib.
ure. which may toe Con- On l>akln Avenue, 300 feet.
1 cents year. If you will send us I weighty matters of legislation and and wells on the property if properly ititntlon of th. State and of the United Slat.; On Posfllcl. Avenue 760 feet Kissimmee FloridaMONEYBROKER

.4 :your 6rder you can get : public policy that will be discussed at cultivated crops should pay for the (U) The Legislature; shall make suitable provisions On Sproul Avenue 144 feet.
within A cash for carrying Into effect the prevlalou On Brack Street 3460 feet.
the special session of the place two years., propo
k Legislature of this 8.otlon On Iluhy Avenue. 560 feet.
: The Klsslmmee soon to meet for the exclusive pur- sition. That evction Sixteen ((16) ot said Article Total Krontage 29,299 feet.
of giving Jacksonville 18-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. ; Three ((3)) .b.U| be amended *o aa to read as fol- Deductions will hn mad. from' the
pose an oppor- _. ;
--- .ow.- above frontage. for any, sidewalks
tunity to grow. SectIon 16. Each law enaetad. whether by constructed
Gazette by property owner pendnfr -
5 ,Valley Among the subjects which Will en- No. 466.-It certainly is exasperating the Legtalaturo by the people under the In- the publication of this I notice. New York Syndicate will Finance

gage the attention of the lawmakers to see an opportunity of making big, I tlatlve. shall. embrace but one aubject andm.AOr Said sidewalks to he constructed ofcement n.lltoIIdy, W.Ur. Electric Minin. 'ftnoher. \
\ !. 1h. quick and then not be able to properly connected. 1.1141..1. whichsubieci according to the specificationsmade 1rn4l\n&\ .. Stock : .
&Doc during their "three days' session"will money ahall I be In the title, : go"1 e. 'IOO. ,
1.D'f by City EnKlneer aa approv OOO.OO.nd F.
take hold of We can't all : up. Q.
be the It. buy the and no I law shall I b. or revived to Its ed' by the Council and filed THOMAeON '
In the Sou.
following: Rprenttive.............. .
good things and title I only; bat In such case the act. aa review office Fu .
I Atlanta 8eml- How we see, we are willing : of the City Clerk.
Weekly members of the sod
many Legisla- to pass them along to our friends.Here'a or aection. aa amended shall be re-enacted Payment to be made In. Certificates
ture are entitled to occupy their seats published at length.' of Indebtedness Issued under Chapter .
\ at this session! I a surelone: -113 acres all plattedand That Heotion Seventeen ((17) of said Attiul.Three 8881. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1911 at - -- '.'
; ;. Journal Is Mr. of ready for sale in five and ten acre ((3)) abajl, be amended IM read a* tot- par value drawing eight per cent annual -- /
Polk-HUlsborough, tracts located within 13 mile of lows' interest. ,
in his seat, and if, so, should he be i our Section 17 Every bill panned by. the. Leg la.latore Certified check for fifteen hundred
b oth C year' .
; and in close
; out! passenger depot on prox- "shalL be read by lu title on it. drat dollars payable to the City Treasurer ,
., put imity to the best hard road In Osceola reading In eIther HOOM., unless ona-thlrd of shall accompany each bid. E. S. KIMBER
If to be put out who shall be appointed county. We are offering.: thw tract in a the member* present 43ealr It read by *eotloni. All bids to be addressed to "Coun l
b : l FOR 'ONLY $1.75 on the committee to attend to at No RYan bill shall. be read on three several cil of the City of Klsslmmee. care of ,
body a attractive [
the job? very price. days, unless two-third of the mem ben prea- J. R. Gilbert. City Clerk. Klsslmmee Expert Repairer of
. further expense necessary to place it ent when such bill may b* pending shaM deem Florida." ..
; !' :> - Was the Wright in the expedient to dlypana with this rule. Every
;L ---- man wrong on the market in small tracts. See us. By order of Council. I
Everglades muddle? bill ahall be read by in aeotlo,.. on lu aooondrvadlng Dated Watches Clocks
- September I4tb. 1912.
24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co.
and it Anal unless luwxmd
on paaaage on
Send, Ii& Your SubscripT Is the I. I. ,Board really twoeyedor reading two-third of the mmbanipreaent 40-2t Clerk of the City J. R.of GILBERT.Kiaalmmee.forSale. .'
i 'only la House wh.ra curb bill be
oneyed the may
.Ii Is it good policy to have bachelor Nice Home Close to Lake.No. pending shall doom U expedient to dispense Jewelry Etc. .
4. ..: RIghtAway: : a with this rnle.I Th. vase on th. flnal paiaag. ,
.tton' :' Governor 460-A new 5-room cottage two of .very bill or Joint revolution shall ... tak.n CITIZEN8.5ANlttgr1s'oGROU2&PLfrJR

Why Is Harry Floyd! larKS lot*. 60x164: : feet each, splendid by yeas and nave, to b. entered That on the Journalof Splendid team of mare's. 5 and 6
'tIIe' ach HOUMProvided.. any general re-
m i* I!* ,patMT. .m* (. Atlutaf What should be done with the convicts well of artesian watsr fifteen bearing vision ot th* eutlre, law embodied In any. bill year old well broke kind and gentle;

"" J-- ? trees. Call and this hall not b* required to be road by. aeotlon also and -
u.s : SeiaJ.we lJi "....... orange see propo-. wagon double harness. En- -, '
:"" : r, Why aren't there more convicts? sition. Price $1,900. upon woolly lu dispensed final pea*-r'bu:by lu a two-Uurda reading may vote.b* quire of Nelson Realty Company John KISSIMMEE FLORIDA: ...

What ha become of our old friend >84tf> h LIFSkV&.CO.; . J .;,A majority. o( lbS m_*ere pneant W. each B.-.Pa7L 25-tf .- -

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1 .FRIDAY; .OCTOBER:' 4, '1112.. THE KISS1MMEE ==-
GAZ'ar.TE. "'t 'A 11i.-' s
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NO CHANCE TORANGLE'S the Circuit, Courts\ He will be given FOR SALE. lands, fine,.stock raising "
I sectioncity Tp Mark SoldlerV Grave
.preliminary bearing on Friday of' --:-- cent
property paying 10 and
i ,If you: eat PET Bill i next week, the charge-being; a penal Buy a Good Farm or a Timber Tract over. per The members of Will Bryan taps
offense. in South. Georgia. Write me what you want and I will ter,-Ur'D.- C.,. are preparing to ee..r --'
-- State Chemist Rosa ordered the Write today for my booklet of "one answer by early mail describing the markers on the grave of. Confederate .. ,
fruit attached and it; was placed in hundred Farms and Timber Tracts for property whichyou wanU .. soldiers. Some of the graves of .
. HENRY- M'KENZIE MAKES IT the custody of the vherinV Mr.Willi'ord .al.." in- the banner counties of Yours to serve, those who wore the' gray; are unmarked " -

lbuy; CLEAR THAT EXTRA SESSION forthwith replevied it, including Thomas, Brook, Grady, Decatur and 40-3t W. E. CRAIGM1LES, <*. and any information a* Jt. '
a box that had been sent to the ex. Mitchell. Large tracts, small tracts, .. Thomssville.. the location of such graves will to, '. "
CANNOT TAKE'UP ANTI-. press office under direction, of Mr. Improved or unimproved, fine level appreciated by the committee having 4,
: Rose, to be shipped to Tallahassee for sandy loam and red pebbly land with _. ,.the'matter' in charge r
F 'I6tb Granulated LEASE MEASURE:NOW.
Sugar.._.$1.00" ; examination.'' Mr. Rose'did not test red clay subsoil,-labor abundant best New.Bungalow. 'MRS. A. B. JARRELL. .
Xe the fruit and when asked how he roads in Georgia, best cotton-land I I' It RS..C. W.DANN, ,' '"
t 5 tL "De.OU ........ 65 he in No, 461-New S-room bungalow on
Writing in the Putnam Thnes-Her-: could tell it was immature, answer the South, good neighborhoods lot 60x142 MRS. ROSS,GRAVES,
feet, located within three
10 *lb paU'Cottolen.. --...|1. 2fc aId, Henry McKenzie representativefrom ed When"by the looks of it." schools and churches, 'pure free stone blocks of Broadway.the main business 10 2t ' Committee.)
25 Putnam county,Ma .very time seen by'a'' representative of and artesian water, plenty hog and street and in one block of Osceola,
6 pa Uneeda, Biscuit..__ ly article showing that it will be impossible his paper at his packing house today hominy, saw mill timber, turpentine high school.. Price $1,400.. . :Famished Rooms For Rent eCard- ..
1"1 6 cans Baby' I'et'Milk25 to take up the Angle' anti- Mr. Williford was proceeding with locations, cut over lands, colonization 24tf H. M. .Breaker & Co. for sale at the Gazette,office." - -'
i convict lease bill at the extra session.He the work of packing fruit. He inti-

6 cans Potted. Ham ........ 25c says: i mated that he was a law-abiding citiZen J -,-- I ) '/1'1
1 law
I In the 'discussion relative to the ; and believed in enforcement,
8 cans .Vienna Sausage 25 probable work of the s'pecial I sessionof but did not feel that 'he was subjectto .. ':' -
I \ the Legislature soon to convene, punishment for violating agree-
.. 1 bottle Prepared Mus- many of the best Informed editors as ments made by the convention of be
main should always
is! the question and
ard 5. well as several of the most influential growers at Gainesville. He claimed IS THE T'ITLE ,
tle- legislators of the State are certainly that his fruit was "delicious, whole ? answered by a disinterested authority. .

,\ 1 Salad Dressing.. 5 laboring under a wrong impression some, and refreshing that the buy- The TITLE UARANTY CO. f,
: when they contend that the anti-con ers wanted it at. a fancy price, and
1 bottle Little Dandy 'vict lease system bill, passed at the that as long as the public or any individual will search'and examine the title to the land which you ari- adout to purchase, in .
Pickles ________ I 5 1911 session, and vetoed by the Gov- was not injured by the trans- Osceola .
County elsewhere in Florida and 1f found
or to be good will guarantee.
action he he
saw no reason why
ernor, must be considered, provided
.J' ) 1 lb Evaporated Apples. 15 'bat general legislation is taken un should not let the buyers have it: He you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid taxes and adverse claims. ., y

: "' 1 Ib 20 der advisement. further intimated thatif the authori- It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments in imperfect 1
Evaporated Apricots This matter is. of sufficient importance ties should decide that his fruit was titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issue '. ..
2 lb Fey Seeded Raisins. 25 to consider carefully and Intelli- unwholesome and injurious to the of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of Tille.I ,
gently, but any one conversant with public health and its sale in -violation i
1 lb Clovrbloom Butter_ 40 the history of the Angle bill should of the pure food laws, he might havein ,
remember that it was vetoed, and the the same boat with him a numberof Tie Title Guarantee Company docs a General Abstract Business throughout tie State of Florida.
At House failed to it over the said our citizens who,have been placingon .
pass to City and County Property made and delivered on short notice !
veto. In order to refreshen the mem- the local market and selling to our ;
ory of those who have seemingly forgotten own people fruit less mature than his.
WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S we will quote, briefly, from We have been unable to secure for TITLEGUAR.ANTV I COMPANYCodtal
the "House Journal, 1911," and thus publication this week an interviewwith '
give in part the official record of this the members of the local Exchange --- Stock 5100,00000r-

now famous measure. who are conducting the prose- CARROL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary V, R. JUDSON, Treasurer
Page 233: "By Mr. Angle of Polk cution. Suffice it is to say that the TOOMER&; REYNOLDS, General Counsel

-House Bill No. 141. A bill to be case will be strenuously fought out Home Office.Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. ... Branch Office, KisslmmM, Fla. ' ,,, I
_. entitled, An Act to abolish the present in the courts and the outcome awaited -
with interest by all LEWIS O'BRY AN. Manager Klssimmee BranchA&
convict lease system, to providefor our people.
the maintenance of the State and Treadwell & Treadwell have been -
Phone 250 QulckDellrery'Narcoossee county convicts,' and providing for retained to represent Mr. Williford, i
the working of the said State and while Col.! John W. Burton will act; as
county convicts upon the public roads. counsel for the prosecution.-Arcadia
"Which was read the first time by Enterprise. -
--- its title and referred to the Committee -
on Public Roads and Highways." ,
Democrats On page 1033 we find that the Joint A TELLTALE CLUE ,
Committee on Public Roads and Highways -
A meeting for organization of a Dem-
to whom the bill was later referred S
ocratic Club will bet held the school
recommended that it "do
However careful a criminal may be
house at Narcoossee Saturday, August pass." The chairmen of this committee in planning his crime and laying, in

17, 1912, at 2 o'clock in the,afternoon. were, Jas. W. Perkins, Senate, advance, his schemes to divert suspicion -
All Democrats of the precinct are and W. A. MacWilliams, House.On from himself, it usually hap-
page 1410 we find under the that he makes leaves
some ,
urged to be present and sign the roll.
head of "Special Orders" that Mr. some unguarded clue, which, discovered
M. I). TINDALL-! MacWilliams "moved that the House by shrewd detectives, leads to ._. h
.. _
I jjowconaider Jiouse Bill_ Rio 141-- his-arrestr and "conviction. ) -
i which was agreed to." The bill was This has been again strikingly dem-
I then read a second time in full. Mr. onstrated in the case of Willie Bell,
Jennings, of Escambia, offered an the nineteen-year-old Pensacola bank
Get the Habit I amendment, which 'failed of passageby clerk, who substituted a fake pack-
. vote of 42 to 20-see 1422.
a page
age made up of magazine and news-
,. OF SMOKING A Several minor amendments being
I. paper cuttings, for a package containing 4T
HEAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" offered, were defeated; then Mr. $55,000 in banknotes.Of "
Angle moved that "the bill be reada course, Bell confessed his crime
third time in full and put upon its before the hand of the law had been
passage, which was agreed to by a laid upon him; but it now developsthat
.. I two-thirds vote." Upon call of the his guilt had been practically established -
Sold at all stores who want roll on the passage of the bill the vote and that his arrest and accusation -

.the belt for their customer was, yeas 47, nays 18. The bill was would have followed in a few a
I Look for Union Label. then immediately certified to the Sen- hours. .
ate. It soon passed that body) and The Burns detectives who were
1 was accordingly legally enrolledseepage working on the case under employ- -
1900. ment by the Association of American -
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So far, so good; but now we must Bankers, had already found evidence you want to look'at or buy the cheapest Farm Implements In town {
come to that part wherein the Gov- which pointed conclusively to the
erno, plated his strong and winning young man as the thief. The man- for the-money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Com r
The Home hand. On page 1976 we see that the ner in which this discovery was madeis
House took up the veto message of interesting and reads like a chap- pany. Good goods big values square dealings.;
the Governor who gave numerous ter from Anna Katherine Green or
reasons for his refusal to sign the Conan Doyle.Young .
Bakery bill. We cite from page 1980: "Uponthe Bell made up the dummy .. ,..
question, shall the bill pass, the package at his home. He used a :: ." 1..

veto of the Governor to the contrary number of pages clipped from current ,.' ,", .. ;", ';'fI
,+ notwithstanding, the vote was: yeas magazines, and, to fill out the packageto I>t'v., '.. I t l'+'f".'\' l' 'J'C,VY

is being thoroughly overhauled, 43, nays 22. >s the requisite size, he cut a numberof '' ; '.' r; '
"So the bill failed W not having ." . "' .t s4"y'. I ,. .
pass from of .
a 'IJ'
slips a copy a newspaper, 1 ,,, ,' \ .
renovated and more' modernly the necessary' two-thirds vote. the Philadelphia Press. '. ' r"" .1' tr'""" : "V equipped to meet the growing The .bill thus lacked only one vote of: When the detective went to workon '
passing over the veto. the first ) Osceola Hardware Co.Guaranteed :
ease, they carefully examined -
bf -
demand the public for it
Now my contention is that this last the dummy package which had ,
i vote was final, and that if any anti- I been delivered to the railroad paymaster -
lease system legislation is enacted in lieu of the money package. .
j c BREAD, PIES"CAKESWe i i at the coming special session, it must They found the slips from the Philadelphia I .
come up as a new bill. I repeat, that I paper. On one of them, appeared v

especially invite the patronage it must be formally introduced as any : a part of a "story," which had .,
other bill and take the usual been
new marked with a blue pencil. From '" '-
of the ladies of Kissimmee
prescribed for such. This I
course the fragment of the "story" appearingon __ "i I Id
knowing they will be more than would probably require more time the clipping, they found that it --
pleased with our goods.J. than the legnth of the session would I told of a prize awarded to an art 'l
'permit. But the advocates of the old student named Bell by a Philadelphia .
H. HEED, Proprietor. | Angle bill are in the big majority, ,I art club. {,
and it is possible that they could Further inquiry revealed that the I
muster sufficient strength to waive I Bell thus honored was a brother of I
the rules all the way through and Willie Bell of the bank. The marked
i then pass the perfected new measure copy of the paper had been sent by I
over the Governor's veto-for I presume the artist to his family at Pensacolaand ;
. that any measure to abolish picked up by Willie Bell, had been Jdti. t R
1, Where would you be most likely to .J the present lease system must en- used in making up the package, the / -
", counter the veto. young man overlooking the fact that
meet a friend or acquaintance IT I supported the Angle bill from the the marked "story" appeared on one r. I

19 {I very outset, and even voted to passit of the slips.It r t
r : over the Governor's vdto. 1 am was further found that only one 1 The Only
1, still of the belief that _the present copy of that particular paper camu to Pure, Long Staple I". Bonded Mattress
lease system of trafficking in human Pensacola and this one was accounted Cotton Felt I I" ly1 ''FfT'P1\ ''I Dealers Offer i
1 ,
t flesh is entirely wrong, and would for. No additional testimony was ( I :
: gladly aid in any movement lookingto needed to convince the detectives that
its abolishment. But I fail to see young Bell had stolen the money. His!
t how we can hope to secure any anti- confession forestalled his arrest by a The Gholslin Sanitary Felt Mattress'
lease legislation other than by the few hours. The officers, of course:intending '
| introduction of a new bill. Failure making an effort to recover!
j I to pass the original bill over the Gov- the money before they took the thief Is guaranteed to be the best mattress possible to produce at any price. :

ernor's veto there denoted final action into custody. It is made of purest long staple cotton woven into layers of indestructible s
if relief is it must crime ,
I ; so to come Stories of are full of '1uch incidents
i be through the' medium of a new, in which trifling clues of this sanitized fejt. Each layer is placed with exactness one upon the other --;

J I' though identical, or to all purposes sort lead to the discovery of criminals. so that perfect uniformity is secured. This felt is encased in the best .
similar, bill. The culprit, in planning or in at-
I write this article so that the tempting to his act, nearly ticking-plain stripe or fancy.
legislators{ and others interested may always leaves behind some such telltale
At our meat shop, of course stop and reflect and then devise ways bits of evidence. It is the good We agree to forfeit $100 to any purchaser who can find other r

I; and: means to bring about a change fortune of "law-abiding society that than staple cotton felt In The GholstinJSanitary Felt Mattress.
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the best
J devoutly desired by people these things occur and that tho male- .

9, IT IS MEET j 1 of Florida.HENRY S. McKENZIE, factor some slight frequently omission condemns or commission himself! by Ours is the oldest, largest and best equipped mattress factory in the '

Representative from Putnam which, developed to its logical conclusion south. We permit none but skilled] employees to make The Gholstin, ;"

That.You Should Have I County. on' the, lands gallows.him in the penitentiary or because it is built by hand and requires expert knowledge. t

WILLIFORD ARRESTED ON We do not renovate or make over mattresses. We have no way of
\j "GREEN aooooooaaoooooooaoa knowing to What contagious disease an old mattress may have been exposed -

..j' A. B. Williford, a prominent citrus 0 NOTICE. o 0 We advise you to be sure that the factory which makes j ,

I]1 Meet us at our counter fruit this grower city and yesterday packer afternoon was arrestedin on 0 0 your mattress is sanitary. In addition to supplying our .r

the charge of packing immature fruit. 0 Notice is hereby given that_. customers the best mattress possible to make we safeguardtheir b
0 all
State and licenses 0
t and it will be meted County
The arrest was made by Sheriff A. C. 0 health. ;
expire on September 30th. Af 0
Freeman warrant sworn by
on a
t out to you! C. S. Bushnell, president of the. local 0 0 conducts ter this date a business any person for which who O 0 No' .5 The Ghoh tin will never lump, pack down or JfC

Citrus arrest Exchange was made organization.The at Mr. Willi- 0 such license J.Is required Is O G1l0LS become hard. Given an occasional sun bath

t. You'll meet your friend here too; ford's packing packing carload,house? while of grapefruitwas the workof 0 0 liable tion' by to the arrest CountAttorney.and prosecu0. O j{ it will last a generation.Ask Y;

:;., the friend of your appetite! in.progress. It had been rumor-: 0 0 C. L.Tax BANDY. 4-0 :your dealer. .He should be able t
.f'.s .1 ed for several days that Mr. Williford 40 2t. e DV to supply you. If not write us. ,. \
was preparing to ship'car of fruit 000000000000000000 .. '
I: \ RULL BASS- and State Chemist Rose had been Ghohtin-CunninghamSpringbed Co. -
summoned and was on the ground' directing .. *Hf
affaire at the time the arrest lliorraeeoen e ?. .v>, :
MARKET Deep thought is beter sank in a tADITAHTV FELT ATLANTA. GA. '
"4 was made.' Mr.: Wflliford was placed well than spread with the hope thatit @ Tj
!: t under. a 93,000 bond to appear. before will reach those who need It most. MATTRESS .

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t ;-. i, _,_ ', ..._._: __._ .. ., <' Moderate salary ac- /
i -4'' t j ?: -- JL;* .o. ," -- FOR SALE-Pair mares,.weight 2600..
: ; : ::: :=:...; ceptable. Address, !"Office Man, SALEFOR '
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SALE Pen of thoroughbredprizewinning
FOR SALE-A splendid 'forty-acre
\ : WANTED nce 6,000! live; baby Brahmas, four hens
." close to town school and
alligators nine to fourteen inches 04 farm, ,
.rooster. Price $10. S. W.
one church. About half Is cleared and
long price boxed for ship- ,
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? in of cultivation
b ... ment. Box. 1125, West Palm Beach good state and
fenced with hog wire fencing.
... < = -- ,1_- j..,__..M_ _._. . .__ 3. _, " Fla 39-8t FOR SALE-.Central, Fish Market; Good, bran new new eight-room house. t
good business for 'small Investment -
*. ,- WANTED-At once, an incubator, 60 paying Splendid well; about seventyfivenice
sickness of
owner reason
i to 250 eggs capacity, must be in ; large, full bearing orange
for Belling. Enquire Jno. Saunders
condition and at low cash trees. This is one of the bent combination -
good a
In all the Latest shapes and Shades for I price. Box 573, Kissimmee, 39tf Kissimmee. 41 trFOR farms, for both citrus

ti I \ .sALE-$3500 will buy a valua- fruits and vegetables in the coun-
I JOIN OUR CO-OPERATIVE COLONY ble property in the heart of Kissim- try. If interested, write for b&t

| located near Tampa on S. A. L. mee, now paying about 14 per cent. price and terms. Downing Realty
We carry the Largest Stock of Men's Headwear in Os- I Railway. Members get land at a on the above amount. Enhancingin Co., 41tf

I ceola County and can satisfy the Taste of the most careful' number fraction of of the allottmens usual cost.taken Large, andrew & value Co. every day. 'H. M. Breaker 39tf FOR SALE-A SNAP, consisting of

I town building. For Information seven and one-half acre orange

Dresser. address N. R. White, St. Cloud" FOR SALE-Seventy-five acres high grove with pump and irrigating
f" Fla. 40-9pd outfit. is located close
class pine land. Ten dollars per school f'to
railroad, house and church
acre. Adjoining land, inferior, now
ORDER YOUR trees at once from and on extra good citrus fruit land.
Don't wait until cold weather sets in before you order Ii i; Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw, sales- selling miles from at twenty railroad.per acre.No agents.1 'nt Many of the trees in this grove are

man, room No. 1, State Bank Build- extra large and with care
New Fall Suit. Box 431, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf proper
your ing. 40tf can be made to bear as much as

s FOR SALE-Fine large guavas $1.00 twenty-five boxes of fruit per year.
LOST-One jeweled Phi Delta Pheta per crate. R. G. Masking, Winter Will easily pay for itself In two or
fraternity pin. If returned suitable three .if cared
years, properly for.
Haven Fla.
Ed. V. Price Tailor Made Clothing is Recognized as the reward will be paid. C. A. Carson. ___ '_ 38-7tpd.I It will pay you to investigate this

i' Standard in Made to Measure Clothes and we. Guarantee to 40 tf.Keep. FOR SALE-4SO acres of splendid bargain. Downing Realty Co. 41tf
land within miles of the
2H city
, Fit You in every Detail. limits, convenient to another rail- WELL! WELL; !! WELL!! !-Who'd
Your Eye on "Pinecresi"Watch way station and marl road. This have "thunk it?" Notwithstanding

the sale of lots in this new property i is excedmgly cheap, good; the fact that the Ford Motor Co.,

.,, resident sub-division, "PINECREST," pine land and will be lisposcd of were already putting out the best
We invite fo Inspect our Fall Hats & Clothing. which has only been on the market a on favorable terms of payment. car in the world for the money, and
you also that they can't build them at
few days with the record of SIXTEEN Nelson Realty Co., Kissimmee, Fla.
. v lots sold! the first TWO days. ___ ___ __hh_ __ the old price anything like as fastas
t These lots are on a high elevation, WE HAVE; article that holds. rupturein they can sell them, Mill they )
' 1 affording a splendid view of the city,_ place. Cures!! permanently.Soft have decided to reduce the .price

'f, t H.I'i{ and are offered for the next thirty daysat cool, delightful When worn the still first further, and now, taking effect
prices ranging; from $70 to *100, on never know you are ruptured day of October, I can sell
very easy terms of payment. Nothing like it. Guaranteed. Write you a five passenger: touring car,
? M. KATZ Secure one or two ot these desir ble for information Don't hesitate. fully equipped with top, wind
t lots before the price is advanced, build Price 75c. Jos Tmdall Macon, 'I shield, speedometer and electric
I you a home and stop paying{ rent. Seeus Ga. 41-ltp : lights; placed Osceola your door
N' regarding/ price and terms.i6tf ._ anywhere in county for
--- --- ---
|I $675.; A bea'utiful .
fore-door. Torpedo
l :](; H. M. BREAKER & Co. FOR SAI.I--At a bargain Ten acres Roadster
similarly equipped
-. __.n_' I farm, new three-room house, chicken ]I for $1\00.\ The Ford car are not I
house, all new fenced with hog; only the hest in
cars the world at
Correct Dress For Men wire", :{I'--4' acres' in cultivation, one I the price, but they are undoubtedly, !
FarmsFOR mile from Orange, Center, ten miles the best at
Improved I cars any price, for this
a from Kissimim-e; two lots in Orange,
country. Being; light, and built ot .
+ ( <'Illl'I'. t two blockS I from postofficc1, the very finest material, and with
---- n ._ __ . all Jtcir $500, -&J&Q( < easy : a powerful" four-cylinder --engine,
j term
Flu 41 Up with perfect ease where the heavier
---- --
Iff --- -- ---- earn will stick.If you don't believe
'r ---- Mrs. Summers FOR SALE; -I I am going! to close out it ask Home one who has driven the

r portions of the roads lust, filling in my entire store and stock at a low I Fords and also the heavy cars.
.1 Agreement Between City and the connecting{ links. of the fimt'l\' to figure, consenting of $50 in showcases Then too, the upkeep expense of a
"' he l continuous roads us soon tlvicMftcr $40 refrigerator, $25 peanut I Ford is less than half what it l is ona
t: .Atlantic Coast Line Ry. Co. as practicable roaster $40 cash register, $200 heavy, car. If you are thinkingof
worth of fresh stock all to for'
| No one person can have exactlywhat Twenty acres"' two miles from Kissimmec go; buying a car, better place your
f' .1 For Construction of Wharf he would like in any public im- six acres in cultivation; a $250, including; counters, shelving, I order for a Ford TODAY. .Thet.,
provement. We must conform to the I few bearing; fruit trees and a variety etc Call and look it over. M. are hard to get, as the Ford factory
I wishes and interests of the people of ''of small trees; good; well; four-room Calamaras, North end Broadway It is way behind with their orders,
---- I
ryfi the county aa. a whole, putting aside house; some stock and farming im- i but you will always regre .'ft tf you
This Agreement, made and 'entered 'shall terminate 'at the end of thirty any personal interests t that may conflict I plemcnts; nice chicken park, with BOARD I have opened my house for buy any other 'kind. Get a demon-
into this 3rd day of October, A. D., (30)( ) yearn!! from date hereof therewith Our county IH tone { coops, only $2,500. the winter season, and am ready to stration from the local agent/ S.
1912, by and between, the City of Kis- 10. This agreement shall he binding and narrow, and a good, hard read; ] Ten acres fenced with hog proof take boarders either transient or W. (Downing, Kissimmee, Fla. 41tf
simmee, a municipal corporation : upon the successor and assigns from Kissimmee and St Cloud to wire; four planted In sweet potatoes; regular Splendid accommodations.
i created and under the laws 'of the Whittier to be extended $1.50 day special rates for
existing Company. now, as con- two-room house; good well ; near city. a ; regu- FOR KENT
4 of the State of Florida, hereinafter 11. This agreement shall not become ditions warrant, would put the whole Price, $1,200. lar boarders. Mrs. C. V. Bearden,
called the "City," and the Atlantic operative until the passage of a county within .easy reach of the Five acres; three in cultivation; Opposite Court House. 41 tf I I
Coast Line Railroad Company, a railroad resolution by the City Council closing county seat and the outside world in five-room house; beautiful yard; good II I I, FOR RENT-Eight room furnished
corporation created and existing and discontinuing the above described I general.A well; $1,200. FOR SALE-Nice new four room 'I house two blocks from Broadway.

,ti under the laws of the State of Virginia part of Darlington avenue, hereinafter called the "Corna street.) to Tampa l is inevitable in the six-room house, stable and outbuildings very bw streets, in splendid neigh I City. 4ltf
.. ," witnesseth Witness behalf of the City the immediate future. If want that
pany : on we ; about 2H acres bearing grove, borhood. Large lot, 45x200 feet.
; Whereas, the City desires a new signature of its Mayor and Clerk, and road to come our way we must fall mostly orange; about one-half mile Electric lights and water. A bargain FOUR NICE ROOMS for rent.. All
public wharf to take the seal of said City and in line with other counties in interest I modern ,conveniences. Address J.
)l., s on Ruby avenue municipal I from railroad' station. Price, $2,000. at 1250. Easy terms. Down
,/, ,'' '';\ ''the place of the present public: wharf on behalf of the said Company the. and do our share to make it. Other Ten acres fine land; three miles 1 Realty Co. 41tf T. B. P. O. box 276 Kissimmee. 41tf
/i ': on said ,avenue:' signature of .its ---- wise it will be built on the. other from pos toff Ice; hog-proof fence;
:'is, 'And, whereas, the Company has and its -corporate: seal,. in duplicate, route. { good well, ; two-room house, five acres FOR SALE-Good ten-room house DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.TiI-
? petitioned the Council of said City to the day and year first above written. The automobile has long since cleared, one plowed; two dozen chickens I suitable for boarding, or rooming;; ler.
close and discontinue as a public paused! the experimental stageithas "and $75 worth of new furniture
) ; I bath and toilet, good barn; lot,, 66
y street all that part of Darlington come to stay. It is the accepted < 1V4 miles from city limits; only $500 x150 feet; five minutes from depot. R. D. WARING & CO. will rent your
avenue, (sometimes named "Halsey means of transportation between house for you. 19-tf
HALF MILLION BOND I j Two new cottages, city water and
street, ) extending from Pleasant not and cash.Five
points directly on a railway, acres, two miles from court sewerage; vacant lot on paved
J avenue to Lake Tohopekaliga; ; said furthermore it has come to be a for- house; hog-proof fence; a garden of street, 66x150 feet. Four acre FOR RENT-Five-room cottage, sub- I
Company being the owner in fee of ,I midable rival of the, railways m pas- I' peas ,and sweet potatoes; four-room orange grove, 200 large, bearing feet' to sale. Ask- Mrs. Summer
all the land on both sides of said part ISSUE MUCH for short distances 41 tf.
:, NQTJOO senger transportation house; 1 mule and wagon, farm implements trees, 4 miles from town. Also 500
.t of Darlington avenue (or Halsey along the railroad lines. In household furniture; $700 acres of fruit and truck land one to -

I street: the North and Northwest where the cash. three miles from town. Call on or I FOR RENT-Two modern n>t>.-With
And, whereas, the Coffncil of said winter weather Is very severe th2I Thirty-five acres, six miles from address. II. N. Bratton, Owner.41tf all city conveniences. Apply at the
City is willing to close and discontinue WARD MAKES POSITION CLEAR I automobile is not practicabl at certain Kissimmee; five acres bearing grove, Gazet.t.-.offi..e. 20-tf

tti t; said part of Darlington avenue, I times, but here in Florida it attains twelve acres in cultivation; six-room FOR SALE-2 h. p. International ....--

(or Halsey street), subject to the its maximum efficiency. With house, cheap barn; $3,500. Harvester gasoline engine, in good FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story store
proviso hereinafter stated, and pro- THOSE INTERESTED: IN WELFARE good roads, it is not only a practicable Nine hundred acres on which is a running order. Will sell at a sac- building on Brack street. North Kis-
Y ; i i Tided the Company wit) in consideration but a pleasrurable means of getting fine eight-acre grove, sixteen years rifice if taken at once. Apply at i I simmee. H. C. Stanford. 29-tf
thereof construct a wharf or OF COUNTS SHOULD about the country every day of old, bearing orange and grape fruit, ; Gazette office. 37tfR. |I _
dock as hereinafter set forth: the real land; only $30 acre. r l
orange per i
| 3-room
Now, therefore, the premises considered i is very much in the public Forty acres fifteen acre modern flat,
; grove D. WARING & CO. will rent I with. all city conveniences.
; i: it- is hereby mutually agreed ISSl'E OF BONDS.!' eye at the present time. A great I orange, grape fruit, tangerines, a house. 19-tf yeu W. B. Harris Gazette office.Apply tf to

i between the City and the Company: I many people are coming here to live peach, peach, pear, lime, lemon, ,
1. The Company shall immediately and to invest money. They' are goingto loquat, guavas blackberries and FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story I FOR RENT-About 3
suitable Kissimmee Oct., 1 I. 1912. make their homes and investments acres
of material ,
p a combined grapes; ask the price. house with porches and 11 rooms. and a 5-room house, convenient
railroad and public wharf three Editor Valley-Gazette: Will you where the local. conditions please Five acres, one-half mile from
/ 7V4 feet of ground by 147%. Ex- for trucking raisingcN
I keJ's
p' hundred ((300)) feet in length beyond kindly allow me space in your valued them, and where the prospects are court-house; modern eight: room cellent, place for a first class room- handy to school and church. .yid
'j the present wharf, according to the columns for a few words on good best for obtaining substantial returnson house, large barn; $3,300, one-half ing and boarding house. Come, let also have some splendid We
; plan shown upon the attached blue roads, and to make my position clearon their invstments. We have here cash. show this truckingland
us for rent
i property, we that have
you ;
print, the railroad way to be located that important subject.In exceptional natural advantages; but Seventeen acres; five acre bearing will introduce to the owner with them. Nelson no house
11' ti, on the Company's land abutting on your last issue I was quoted as unless we provide highways that will grove; eight-room house, barn, chicken with whom you you can deal direct. simmee, Fla.FURNISHED Realty Co., Kis-
the Northeast side of Ruby avenuo, expressing the opinion that a $500- make it possible to bring the lands park, flowing well; balance of land Nelson Realty Co., Kirsiinmee, Fla.
and the public way adjoining the rail- 000 bond issue for good roads. was under the eye of prospective purchasers can be cultivated or cut In city lots; ROOMS
road way on said avenue; the public too much: to attempt at one time, etc and that without unreason- just ask the price.Twent.yflve for sale at the for rent cards
i way to be not less than six ((6)) feet The thought that I meant to con- able hardships and delays, we will acres, partly cleared, WE-Have listed some of the most desirable Gaaette office.

.wide. vey was that $500,000 was not too disgust those who do come, and dis- 1200. Three miles out.; property on the market, both FOR RENT Several
Ct 2., The Company shall also build much, but that we must be carefulto courage colonizers who are doing all Have also 320 acres in Geary city' and county, which we offer at excellent: trucking- land small tracts of
t+; at the end of the wharf on the South- I, apply the money judiciously witha they can to populate our vacant ter county, Kansas; eight miles from the the lowest prices to be obtained. splendid ftewinr wells some with
side thereof not less to roads There is no padding prices by us, can be hadon
west a platform view making permanent ritory.I county seat; 100 acres in cultivation
I Io ; shares of .
than twenty-five by fifty ((26x50)) feet first in the particularly bad spots to am firmly of the opinion that if balance pasture and hay land; seven- every piece of property sold at exact desired. NELSON crej, or cash rent aa

? I in size and equip same with not less serve the present very pressing need, we are to keep on as a progressive room house, barn, .etc; an excellent price placed on it by the owner. REALTY CO.
than two landings with ramps said and then in making them continuous. community, we must greatly improveour stock farm at $40 per acre. Write us your best requirements and we
l platform to be covered by a suitable' Conditions affecting our roads have principal highways. We can do Have ten acres, all cleared, partlyin will do our the kind to of please you, by I MISCELLANEOUSWADE

roof. changed radically in the last two or it only by issuing bonds for the pur- cultivation; about ]100 bearing desire.showing H.just M. Breaker &property Co. 24-tf you

3. The Company shall build, main- three years. Formerly, the roads pose. The roads will soon pay for orange trees; slx-rdOm house, barn,
tain and keep in proper repair said were to a great extent trails follow- I themselves jn new business; there is sheds, chicken yard, etc.; to exchangefor the tuner, Orlando.
'. ; wharf and covered platform at its ing good ground, and avoiding ponds; not particle of doubt of it. I sin- Kissimmee residence. FOR SALE-One twenty-acre farm, I I
own expense: and shall also operate but recently we have been laying out cerely hope that all will unite in this close to town, good (()U, room LOST-Pair of no-frsme eyeglasses,
its railroad way as a common carrier direct routes between principal points, effort to'put Osceola in the front house, good; barn, chicken and I with chain, in black case bearing
during the term of this agreement. following section lines or other rank, where she really belongs. pigeon houses, about five acres name of C. A. Cole the )Jeweler,
4. No charge shall be made fort straight lines, and this has made it Yours very truly, Mrs. Summers cleared and in cultivation, all of somewhere in business section. Re-
( dockage upon said wharf, but the necessary to build through a great C. W. WARD. Mary it an extra good quality of trucking turn to Lloyd L. Harvey at this

1 1 Company may make a reasonable many spots that would be avoided FOR RENT aienf -sale at this land. This is a snap at the price, office Reward.
wharfage charge for all freight under the old way. This more than office, 10 cents,each. Ukiviiw Cottage PeifieU, Near Clyde $1,500. Downing Realty Co. 41 tf
else has been the of you want good board
i handled by it, and shall publish a' anything cause
p tariff of such charges. making our roads difficult to negotiate FOR SALE-17! acres of land adjoining with good cooking and plenty of
6. The City shall prohibit all vehicular I during wet periods, and it is the city limits, splendid 5- it; Where everything I is new and
traffic on the public way. these bad spots that demand immediate ... us "'.vi..o eoOHOwv CODS oaeie AODMsa' "M.OLIHTOOK" acre bearing, orange grove: all good clean; large rooms well lighted and

6. The City hall, at al (times have I attention.A AN HONORABLK RECORD IOR OVER 2O VBARS orange land but about 5-acrea, ventilated; with running water,
the said public war and platform I II bond issue of $500,000 would enable which is lower ground, very rich (hot and cold) ; with bath; good
I . properly lighted with electricity at Its us to build a continuous brick G. G. McCLINTOCK and productive, fine for trucking view of lake; convenient to post-

,' own 'expense. I road from the Orange county line to Wholesale Produce Commission Merchant and farming. This property can office and business of town !

.r 7. The City shall maintain, at its Polk county line by connecting with ala Nrth Peat Street. PhH.4.lpfcU. Pa, be had at a bargain price and on rates $6.00 and |7.00Pper week: apply I
'own -expense, a channel to a depth the brick pavements already built in --srecuLTICe-- ,. favorable terms ;)f payment. We to Mrs. L. R. Fanner, first '.
\ of three feet at the end of the wharf. I Kissimmee, and from Kissimmee via VEGETABLES PINEAPPLESIN have many other desirable propositions ) block on Mabette street. the brick
1 '8.. .This agreement hall not be so St. Cloud to within a few miles of FRUIT that we would like to show house. 88tf 'I
I' CAB LOn Cm l3,, .
construed as to interfere in any way I Whittier, ,leaving the ordinary road to parties who are- looking for an
,with the CHy'e right at any time, to fund to be used for extensions and When you start shipping Citrus fruit mall me the bill of lading andI excellent location where they can BLUE RIBBON Ice Cre Ibe\ '
) enlarge at Au own expense, the publicway I work on other road wt1II1dY&llMrora: morley on it." Write for shipping atencll if :you have grow fine citrus fruits, vegetables town. Kiuimmee Drug Co. tf- I
and platform by, addition or ex- In Order to make our main line none. Ref.nnaal,All .Co-tmerdal; Agencies .cad the trade in general. and have advantage of high school !t
a' ;. teut na thereto, for any purpose. 'I I of road immediately passable under Yours.respectfully l and good ahurches. Nelson Realty MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co.'" I'II' .
7 '9. This agreement, and all rights, any and all weather condition' the 41-lS-pd, .. 'G,..G. l McCLINTOCK. Co., Over Citizens' State Bank Iris ZiZSL'St a drink of the bUt,bodsei ;

pfhrf.geasad: franchises' thereunder; brick 'road;* should be, "built. in the bad, simmee, Fla. at ', ., ..
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