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 18, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00564
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ON PROPOSAL TO ,
CITY'S ASSUMPTION OF I
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BUILD ELECTRIC ,
.CONTRACT FOR WJORK.
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Predictions that .
property owners 'The made by Braxton
proposal
would be saved
a large sum author Beacham, of Orlando, to give five A!
in the
aggregate by city thousand dollars toward the construetion '
ties assuming the responsibility and ,.. of an electric line between Of-' .
letting the sidewalk work in a single '>.'i II.
I ( lando, Sanford and Kiseimme.'provided
contract verified
were Tuesday evening ',,>: :..h'.t''L"' he could find nine other men ,:
when bids the work :'
on were ": _. to do the thing, has been
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opened by City Council .\o..r:.... ,: .. "";"ta'.r. amended. 6
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The successful bidder was the II. S. ,1 ;.':.: .... '.""" 11! .. The Valley Gazette printed Mr. i;
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Jaudon Engineering Co., of Savannah :. " ,.:. .: .' I Beacham's letter in its last issue !
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/repreBented by R. H. Brown. The ..' .. ... ...,., ';. i' ....... 'After that was put in type but before

figure was $1.09 per square yard. .J( ...' !. ........... .. . the paper was issued.Mr..Beachim 1
The total contract will amount to Mo.Jj k '
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JWS ft ", "i" tribution. lie was so much encouraged 11'
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DeLand, was the only other bidder. *" 4 '
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His bid was $1.11. The walks are to SJ"" :.. scheme received, that 4
be four feet wide except on Emmett C-:> I '-J' was
he decided to the entire $50,000
and Main streets, where they are to 1 himself. give l'

be five feet in width. In spite of the mole h 1.1.N.II.aea *"". THE STREET IN CONTROVERSY, Mr. Beacham wants to pet capital "
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fact deferred the
Council
lettingof
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interested in the project from Kis-
bids for week the
and reduced
a
simmee and Sanford as well as Or- '
amount of the certified check to $500 Darlington Avenue to the Lake. The Proposal from the Atlantic Coast Line which the lando, and discussion of the subject )

from allowing.$1,600 local with contractors the evident to purposeof enter I I City Council favorably Entertained, wag to Close the Avenue from that Point will which tend he desires.to develop His the plan,prospect Is out-, I

bids, there was no bid from a Kis- I Marked by the Lad Telegraph Pod on the Right to the Water. lined in the Orlando Reporter-Star a*
simmee contractor. The controlling I follows:

price for sidewalk work put downy I The proposal of Mr. B. Beacham to


per local square as contractors high yard.when This has it price is been considered is not$1.26 regarded -I BULL MOOSERS TO Talk of Trade Day RevivedBy NAMES PLACED ON build Orlando an, Sanford electric and railroad Kisslmmee connecting, has 1

met with such favor in this community -
that the work was done in small pieces

their and contractors-suppliesnd were regulate forced -to hU'order employment ; BE HERE TOMORROW; the Board of Trade BALLOT BY--PETITION. "wiThnrTdur"3ay having-about been twenty subscribed'T-='thousand((Menra to the-Watk dollar fund r- -

of labor accordingly The ; Brothers having signified their inten-
advantage of having the work done --- tion to sublcribe-the plan has gained -

by a smjl Inn i in extent large I ADVERTISED COMMITTEE ASKED TO REPORT AS TIME FOR UNUSUAL PRECAUTION TAKEN such momentum, that Mr. Beacham '
THREE SPEAKERS
enough to warrant the purchase; of has come out today with a considerable
materials in large quantitien is no apparent PROPOSED DISPLAY IS DRAWING NEAR addition to the original scheme.

that it may be wondered why I -- lie made a statement to the Repor ,
COMMISSIONERS TO
this course was not adopted Home time I WITHOUT ANY PREPARATIONS TAKE NO ter-Star this morning in which he .

ago. 'PASS PROSPERITY ALONG. IS i CHANCE AND PASS ORDER offered personally to put up fifty

The Jaudon wore inering Co., which THEIR SLOGAN AND THEYWILL HAVING BEEN MADE.If CONFORMING WITH REQUEST thousand dollars to_build the road u
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i. to do the will be requiredto the merchants along the line would

make bond of $3,000 as a guaranty.The PROBABLY MAKE OF COMMITTEE. subscribe a like figure.
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"* city! is to pay for the work by THE WELKIN RING. I II Kissmmee is to have a Trade Day : W. J. Sears, was adopted which requests His plan is this: to solicit subscriptions ,

issuing certificates of indebtedness I I, celebration this year it is time that that the Trade Day committee Acting Clerk of th County Commissioners from everymerchant in ,the
against the property affected, and the preparations were being made. 'report progress at the next meetingof Arthur E. Donegan received territory affected by the road. No

contractors will negotiate these certi- This is the view of the matter as the Board. In offering his resolution and filed matter how small the sum they" may"
ficates. They will bear eight percent Oratory of the real type and tenor taken by the Board of Trade Monday Mr. Sears stated that the Board than Tuesday five hundred a petition electors signed by subscribe, such subscription ''Will carrywith "

interest. It is obviously to the wil) be loosed in Kissimmee tomor- evening Some time ago a committeewas had previously decided to hold a celebration mere that the of the Demo-requesting it the loyalty to the road of that

advantage of the property owners to row some time, for it is advertised on appointed to sound the senti- and he thought it to be the cratic nominees for names State officers merchant .
pay cash for the work and it is like- three sheet posters that the representatives -, ment of the business men and reportto i sense of the Board that steps be taken presidential electora and "And," said he ,"lt.is only throughthe P

ly that this will be done in a large of the Bull Moose party are the Board. This committee reported i to make the event success., tatives in Congress be placed representa-on the loyalty of the business men in the by

number of cases to be here. that the business men were in I It is not improbabl mat there will ballot to be voted in various communities that the venturecan
Mr. Brown, under whose supervision "Pass prosperity along," is their favor of the proposed celebration, but jbe i a postponement until a later date at the on election.Osceola be supported."
the work la to be done, stated to slogan. Placards bearing that legend county general Mr. Beacham estimates that the'
were not in'favor of holding the cele- i than December, however, as the affair The Commissioners in
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the Valley Gazette that it was his along with the announcement of the bration at the time that had been I i is to be held largely for the benefit County 'received the session merchants of Orlando alone would 'r

intention to begin operations'as: soon speakers have been posted in conspicuous -:: suggested, namely some time in Oc I of the visitors who will be,in Kis passed Wednesday an order in accordancewith petitionand subscribe twenty-five thousand dollarsto
as possible; it would be two or three places, and it may be predictedthat I tober. simmee during the winter. the ,venture. In that event, only
weeks he thought, before it wouldbe there will be a crowd to hear, the request. The action was would remain
i thousand to
the contract.:. All will agree that now that the Trade Day will have some of 'the taken' because of the protest filed by I twenty-five C
to Bull Moosers and their .
possible commence the be collected from the other
propa- October date would have been too features of fair and it is Herbert adjacent.towns.
would be to collect the I a county I* Anderson, campaign manager .
It necessary ganda. ; The further discussed that it would be rather difficult '
sand and early. question was recognized for, the Roosevelt party in
materials stone who billed to ,
The orator.
necessary are appearare and it decided to have the to collect display of Florida "I propose that the money subscribed
a productsat the ballot
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cement-x-from various points. candidate for Con- .
E. R.
Gunby, be actually put into'the' bank?
:Trade time in December this season or little later. \
Day some even a as certified.
will be I i
mixer will be erected which W. C. Hodges, '
gressman-at-large; and said Mr.' Beacham. "When the: stun
considerableforce preferably between the fifteenth Moreover the winter season is not at Mr. Anderson alleged that the nominees -
and a candidate for Governor and HerbertL.
operated by has thousand
power aggregated a hundred
ewentieth. Until the matter wad at its height until after Christmas, should have been certified to the
of hands will be employed. The I Anderson, national committeemanfor dollars stock will then be issued and
to the attention of the Boardof and for the enterprise to the ,
here brought score Secretary of State by the chairman of
workmen will be brought Florida of the Bull Moose
his
expert party. each subscriber will get pro rata
Trade Monday evening nothing greatest possible success it is deemed the old State Democratic executive
but the laborer. will be employed in All the are talented men I II "
speakers; further had been said about it. best to suit the date to the period committee and the canvassing board shares
Kissimmee if possible. He expectsto and well poised orators. They are I it will -
It is estimated that take
when there will be the
Trade has been
Day not forgotten, largest num- that canvassed the returns of the
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of walk a make it entertaining :
260 yards day to as
thousand dollars
lay square equipped four hundred to
however and resolution offered ber of visitors to it.
a by view spring primaries. As a matter of fact '1.
and will have the contract finished in well as instructive, and while their build the road. "With a hundred .
the course of three months, probably movement will receive little sympathyin the certification was made by FrankJ. thousand dollars actually)) paid in, I :
this county tHey-will given ,an Fearnside, the chairman of"the new there will be difficulty in i
sooner. SLIGh ARRESTED IN CITRUS SEMINAR no Borrowing r ,\
committee elected in the primaries. -
same
Co.
The-Jaudon Engineering has attentive hearing beyond doubt. the rest of the money." said Mr. y ,
This is the chief
done work in Live Oak, Palatka and The Bull Moosers,'or Plogressivfes, Irregularity Beacham.Mr. .j
Wauchula, in Florida, and is workingon have been making a campaign of con- ORLANDO MONDAYWELl. GREAT SUCCESSCAPT. complained of, and brought about'conliderable a Beacham said further: "I am '

a big engineering contract for the siderable thoroughness through the difference of opinion anxious to see this road built. It .
installation of additional sewerage in State. They have aroused interest in among those most interested.Mr. would create the greatest wave of '
Savannah. Mr. Brown ia authority their cause and have attracted good I Donegan, acting in the capacity prosperity ever known here. I have
of County Clerk in the absence of '
tor the statement that the price at crowds as a rule.COUNCIL KNOWN MAN CH XR'iED; W. J. DRISCOLL SAYS LECTURES proposed this plan, as being the best -
Clerk R. G. Johnston, received
which! the Kissimmee contract will be conflicting that I can offer. But I am not so
WITII ILLEGAL SHIPPING: WERE EDUCATIONALAND telegram. Tuesday, acquainting
performed is the lowest figure at wedded to it that I would not Join
him of the action taken Mr.
which! sidewalk work has ever been OF .tfURE FRIjIT. INSTRUCTIVE. by heartily with anyone who has a better ,
work is to be Anderson in Jacksonville. A com- "
The '
done in Florida. SELECTS one to offer. :
had been filed Mr. Anderson .
done under the supervision of the City plaint by Mr. J. B. Walker, who offered to I
with the Board of
Monday
according to specifications : County loin in the this said ::1
Engineer the submission BOND TRUSTEES S. J. Sligh, the well known commission -I Capt. W. J. Dnscoll, representative Commissioners of Duval county and a plan morning :
Aimlshed previous to "It would be the making of this entirecommunity.
: man who has scores of acquaintances : of the Armour Fertilizer Co was in similar protest was filed in each of 'i
CtMf bids.WHITES. It would link the
the in Kissimmee, was arrested in Kissimmee between trains Tuesday the several counties of the State. up I
Orlando Monday charged with violat- morning, renewing acquaintances with John T. G. Crawford, member of towns along the route in a way to "1"
MEN CHOSEN TO SUPER- values. I favor \
BLUES 1HREE ing. the immature fruit law. old friends and making new ones. the National Democratic Executive create entirely new
AND invitation to the boards
VISE EXPENDITURE The Orlando Reporter-Star says the Capt.: Driscoll was on his return Committee from Florida, wired _Mr. extending an
of trade of the other towns to meet
warrant was sworn out by A. B. John- from attending the Citrus Seminar' Donegan that in the opinion of lead- ,'
MONEY.The : with here thresh the matter out
TO MAKE REPORT son of the Citrus Exchange. Mr. held at Gainesville, and was filled witha ing lawyers of Jacksonville the us to
The is the particular
Sligh was alleged to be preparing fivd I conservative type of enthusiasm Democratic nominees would be jeop- plan one bright
in the firmament of this
star com-
. car loads of Parson Brown orangesfor over the fine program which was given ardized if their names were placed on "
BOARD REQUESTS TIlE CAPTAINS recently authorized issue of shipment. Samples of the fruit by the lecturers and growers for the the ballot without resort to the munity.
$60,000 in notes by the City called for were procured for analysis and following good of the industry. method of petition. He advised that \

V TO APPEAR BE- the appointment of bond trustees, this the arrest was made. Mr "The Seminar was a.great success," such steps be taken at once. and for- LEFT OUT IN ERRORNO

FORE IT. and Council selected Tuesday evening Sligh declared his intention of proceeding said Capt. Driscoll, "and was fairly warded the petition which was filed

three men to act in that capacity with the shipment regardlors I well attended, but it was not attended with the County Cimmissioners .
namely E. L. Lesley, N. B. Carson andw. of his arrest. i as it should have been. Every grower On the contrary Chairman Fearn- ..

Neither of the titular commanders C. Bass. "in the State should have been there side wired that he had been advisedby

of the recent Blue contest Mr. Lesley is chairman of the and heard the lectures that were the Attorney General that all legal I SLIGHT OF CANDIDATE FOR.

for bringing Whit.members to the Kis- Board of County Commissioners; Mr. given. There were a number of equirement had been complied with TAX ASSESSOR WAS :
tdmrnee Board of Trade appeared at Carson is cashier of the State Bank, WILL ADVERTISE FORBIDS scientific experts present who talkedon and there was no cause for alarm.

the meeting Monday evening. It was and Mr. Bass is chairman of the I subjects of the greatest interest The Commissioners took the view of INTENDED.

learned that both gentlemen were out Board of Public Instruction. ON BIG DITCHWILL to the growers. the_.__ matter f.h.t_.__ there was nn need In -
of town, and for that reason their absence The selections made by Council will "For example there was a lectureon ake chances and acted on the petitIon The gallery of handsome photographs "

was excused; otherwise it likely meet general approval. All are I melanose, a disease of the trees as above set forth. Putting the on page 9 of this Issue does
have fared badly for them. business men of acknowledged ability ; which very few growers would know most serious aspect on the matter the not include the likeness of Hon. W. '

might; The members of the Board expected and honorable distinction.KUYIENDALL NOT BE LONG BEFORE if they saw it.. If they don't know :ileged failure to comply with the law 1. Barber, Democratic: candidate for ". 'l I jj

report on the recent membership the!) disease it is useless to try to com- fs a technical failure, and it is not Tax Assessor. The omission was not .1,,
a
contest, but nothing definite was ::1 i DIGGING OPERATIONS j ji II bat it; that goes without saying.If likely that the election of the regular intentional, and it was not discovered j;,
forthcoming because the aforesaid i WILL BEGIN. al Ithe growers had heard that nominees would be questioned, even that there had been an omission until .:
captains were absent { TO EDIT lecture, which was one of the most If the Commissioners had refused to the list of nominees was checked over ,i"

Wherefore it became necessary in instructive that I ever listened to, act as they did. against the number of cuts--then, and

the ) Board as expressedin AFTERNOON PAPER I-I'I they would have no trouble in boating The Roosevelt partisans deserve the not until then was it apparent that rJ.
apresolution that the captains be The City Council passed a resolu- the disease and getting rid of it. credit, however of discovering the Mr. Barber's photograph had been t

summoned to. appear before the bar tion Tuesday evening calling for bids i The growers should make an effort technical violation of the law and left Out. Being too late to remedy" t
oftbe Board'at the next regular meet- for the opening of the drainage canal to attend the Citrus Seminar. It causing the Democrats to remedy the omission the best that can be doneIs }

nd make their reports in detail It is announced from Gainesvillethat from Section 16 along the western is more than worth the money and the their mistake. It.. understood that to make this statement, with as- .
laS the* information of the Board andThe J. D. Kuykendall form.rly ansociate boundary of the city to the lake. I effort expended in doing so." similar action was taken in all the !sur4nces to the candidate and his \

the editor of the Valley Gazette, Estimates and profiles furnished by Capt. Driscoll was in the race for counties of the State, or in a sufficient friends that the Valley Gazette regrets i l jI

JlUbUc.contest was officially",decided will start an afternoon paper .in the City Engineer with specificationsfor Adjutant General in the recent primaries number of them to insure the the occurrence, and hopes that (, ;;;

:!. favor of the Blues by" the referee, Gainesville. the guidance of bidders will be ac but was unsuccessful. He had election of the ticket. it will not have the slightest effect on i
fit the funds and the number of roemMra Mr. Kuykendall left Kissimmee td cessible. It is assumed that the con- Just returned from a visit to NewYork the majority" which be is certain to I a ,h
''t secured remains undisclosed of- become connected with the Pensa- tract will be let as soon as the necessary and never looked better in his The Ladies' Aid Society: of the First pile up on election'day.Lay.aa' :. .

". ". cola Journal and some of his friends preliminaries can be arranged. life. He is the picture of health and Baptist church of Kissimmee will .

.AeiaJlJ", a cue from Kissimmee. and here had lost sight of him. H. Is to. The opening of the canal is one of I radiates good cheer. His visit to Kis hold market at Osceola Hardware Meetlag. }} ,

ang dues that haie.:waged avceess.fol be the editor of the new paper in the the projects which will mean much simmee was a source of genuine Co.'s store during the winter months f .'
ether membership contests the Orlando University" and I. receiving for the improvement of the lands pleasure to Ms friends. each Saturday", between the hours often Sunday J p. m. Peferteria -.h j'! : .z.. :: t

of Traded waking up and is many good wishes for 'his success. bordering the entire western side of ." a. m.. and lght p.; 'ra. You' will church Bro. F. {V. Pltman.l-i;.i1'" .. ., "' .''e! .
'&:'It'iDr'I ud to':start : i-,:contest, and'thottam There is another dally paper in K1ut ul1",. and property" owners of II! find in this market hone mad. bread, Subject "Time. II 'Chronicle,,"'',"*rt.' j;* ,:, 1

thing baa been put afoot inlakeland. Gainesville .The Sun, edited by" State that section are looking, forward to Born on October 6th. to Mr. and cake, pies, etc. They: will appreciate Everybody Invited. - v _,;*/\, "oQ.. ,

; ''Senator-B. H. Idcf nary: its completion with great interest lira 3. W. Oliver. a son. your patronageI CEO. F. PARKER.!: PriL'a.. "fj' ,'.
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!, SPELLBINDERS ,DIDNOTJEEP neck Ananias issue like hang club a his net, I past.full will in of life a dead around subsequent things his:. EXHIBIT AT L LAND l Tested d. and Proved d. Goo Ob'jI l :)'';


. and prove that the reason Vain Freshness as well. high grade quality*

; A.S. :GILBERT: DATES.. I I classic Wayne shades doesn't Welt-Florida-to-live come up here to' the L- SNOWjV0G00r1AYS D I -Call- _for GROCERY,what you LINE want.in the _

p ----. A 'isprimarily-becaus e insects can live.: -.
"" down at Plant City all thej y4!

J / I It ..._ i ''"MAIN;;STRERT--. :--..-. --."--.--s sue:-- ",,.- NO WORD FROM SPEAKERS :'round.'c. To be:exact, the -account- of the creation : A. ,c. L LAND AGENT

of the world, little Harry, is told I "
i ,Carries as large. and well assorted stock ,of in 472 words, and the creation of man I ... .
FRA 1 K CLARK AND HERBERT and Sabbath in 394 words but no!I HAS MADE STUDY"OF"QUESTION
doubt the force of such brevity i is I AND
DPY GOODS NOTIONS PHILLIPS FAILED TO. SHOW lost on a chickadee who requires several | SPEAKS WITH AUTHOn-

A : UP IN KISSIMMEE TO 0 volumes to relate his experiencein i ITY-TAKES ISSUE WITH.
the Florida Legislature.As ; VALLEY
! MAKE SPEECHES.If to the past, dear Harry, trot i it GAZETTE.Theeditorot.the'Valley .

h SHOES HATS out, but remember this, if you get too -+-
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gay wewill j>ri nt.'out.pictu re byway i is
._ l of rebuttal, even though Uncle Sam Gazette
the Democratic in
spell-binders sent receipt of the following interesting
and Useful Household Articles out by the State committee to preachthe takes our mailing privileges away for letter from the Industrial Agent of
party doctrine elsewhere kept circulating tabooed matter.Ocala the Atlantic Coast Line, Mr. Wilbur
their dates in the ,same manner that Banner. McCoy: "
': as can be found in the city, and sells them Frank Clark and Herbert Phillips Atlantic Coast. Line Railroad Co., Fi l 4g'

kept theirs at Kissimmee the people Are Drinks l'roIH'rt Church 7 I I! Traffic Department,

CHEAPER THAN are wonderfully enlightened by this Boston clergymen are somewhat divided Jacksonville, Fla. Oct. 16, '12. DIBBLE & SON
time and are no doubt redeliveringthe as to whether lemonade or any Mr. J. II. Reese, Editor Kissimmee

I words of Democratic eloquence othe refreshment! served at a church Valley Gazette, Kissimmee! Fla., -- -_.. --- .----- -
ANY OTHER HOUSE committed to them with facility and service, is a legitimate method of increasing 1 Dear Sir: I have before me your
t understanding. I church attendance in the paper of September 20th and In the
o , It is recorded in the local prints of heated season. They admit that it editorial column, I notice an- article DR. W M. HARPER '
" I those towns that the speakers failedto creates a form of sociability but sev headed, "Will the Transportation
I' i appear at Sanford and Orlando, eral express a doubt as to whetherthe Companies Help?" It is an article OSTEOPATH (1 J
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1\\" I and there t'an be no question about benefit is of a lasting nature. which states the request had been
I av, .'i their failure to appear in Kissimmee.Not "If lemonade is really a great aid made on the Atlantic Coast Line to -
only did the honorable gentlemenfail in the increasing of a church attend- contribute to a fund for an exhibitat STECIALIST IN
to show up, but they forgot their ance in the summer months what can the Chicago Land Show, and nothing CHRONIC DISEASES
i S. S. BUZZA & SON manners and didn't\ notify anybodythat be served as a substitute to keep increasing had been heard from them. .
they wouldn't be here as adver- I the attendance in the winter .' I do not know if any further information CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE
!I : tised. Nobody has heard from them, months?" is the question asked by has been received by you
r'r Cement and Concrete far as the Valley Gazette has been one of Boston's clergymen. ''or not, but I would like to state that KISSIMMEE'.FLA./
t : I 1"0 ,' and no excuse! or reason has The experiment however of serving the writer has had several years experience -' TUESOA VS,THURSD Y8 SA TUROA Y3
,! forthcoming for their unseemly lemonade with this end in view, in the business, and I desire Office CENTRAL HOTEL
i Work of all Kinds i remissness.! recently practiced by the Rev. Charles to state /we have declined in the past
I Speaking had been advertised to L. Goodrich, of the Congregation 1 to make any exhibits ourselves at PHONE yea .
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY take place at St. Cloud at 2:30: o'clockof al church of Plainfield N. J., is in any of the land shows, and have de- ORLANDO FLA.rrfakAAdhdk
i the afternoon of Tuesday and at reality no new feature in Boston. clined to contribute to any such exhibits > ,
'f ,j Residence Phone 58 M abbe tie Street Kissimmee at 7:30:: o'clock of the same Such a thing has been done right made by anyone else. In the ----- -- -
day. here but for the of increasing first place we receive from
not requests
purpose .
Dillingham Ave.fc
1 Office Phone 132 near Ajllr dfcj *jifcd
'I \\ I II. Clay Stanford, candidate for the midweek attendance almost every civic board in the coun- L1
Representative in the Legislature and was the case in New Jersey. In the try, that is, through the territory that M
'I, \ W. J. Sears candidate for County local instance the beverage was servedto our line passes, in six different States,
-- -- School Superintendent, filled the dateat members of the Dudley Street Baptist Virginia, North Carolina, South Caroline Real :
St. Cloud. They addressed a goodly church Sunday school at the close o Georgia Florida and Alabama, Estate Agency.

audience. !'t. the<<;..G.; A.R._ hall_! being of their noonday session. I and as we cannot consistently con- ................................. .
miroQuceu oy major i. in. Murphy, I The Rev. Charles' A. "Fulton D. D., | tribute to all, we decline to contribute I
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candidate for County Judge. pastor of the Dudley street church i to any. t Realty bought and sold. >
Tuesday evening a party left Kis- defends the practice and declares it a !i 1 visited the Pittsburg Land Show I t Houses rented. >
simmee in J. M. Hansell's boat for "grand good thing if carried out in I two years ago, spent nearly two weeks jr
'i t Bassenge'r! to be present at the poli- the proper way." Doctor Fulton says there, watched carefully the exhibit, l f Taxes paid and Titles verified k
KISSIMMEE tical rally and basket picnic which that such a practice was conducted the character of the people attending ''t for non-residents. *
was held there Thursday. The party two years ago at the close of the noon ';same, and was satisfied no results Fire Life and Accident InT
was composed of J. L. Overstn'et, session of the Sunday schol. "It not could J be obtained in the way of im- d surance. .*.
nominee for County Clerk; W. J. only refreshed the members of the 1 migration by an exhibit there. frW'W'j
I Sears nominee for School Superintendent Sunday school," said he, "but it also I also attended the Chicago Land | L Indemnity Bonds.
fc c'' i H! 1 SALES STABLES 1WHitfi ; II. C. Stanford, nominee for created a home-like atmosphere Show last December) for the same purpose - 'vir'-rnF j|
I )Representative in the Legislature J. which I consider is one of the ef.ential There were 1 only three railrwtHjH .
c't W Miller and ._ ____, _Mintedfhf --- ------ -- --
L.1 M..Wiudden ]-Uiinfoy -M> 4.mJ.hnJ+ ('-up--of n-- ft--amf nrt rourrty t
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Hi- -- -- I Another, party composed of candidates I strong", church. Last year the practice or municipalities' were exhibiting, F
t I I raid their friends [left this was discontinued, owing I to the except three or four land! companies. Bring that baby to
morning I to be present at the political alterations which ale \being'" made! in I have talked i with representatives
Ihurhecue i 1 to be held at Whittier- the church "...lIldilll!. \Vhile at Syracuse (of the three railroads who exhibited WILDER'S' STUDIO !
day I I allowed the serving of )li-nvin there last year, and only one of them I i
I have purchased the above -business A fish fry at F.dgewaler Thursdayof ado atthe close of the Sunday ghoulsession may have an exhibit there this year', | and see what a pretty photograph., Z
I next week will conclude th- the other two will not. you I'anCf't/ of it. Hours from J
and am prepared to sell some of the finest speaking i although I have never triedit They stated t M a. in. to j m. V
campaign) in (Osceola) ) county. The as a means of building up the attendance they I received no ,results from; it. p.
horses and mules ever brought to this market. will ,, There three t OO .
activity continue until the day of my mid-week<-''\ rrc were or four land companies 444tOO.OO. OO.. .
At present I have on hand about thirty splendid of election, and even until the closing, Boston I'ost. from Florida represented in a 'j --- -----
rrh of UKpolls.. ,covy hole and no exhibit, simply distributing I _
i I horses, some of which weigh 1600 Ibs., It has been more than twenty years -- literature.I | -

which I will sell at extremely low prices. since there were two county ticketsin REV. S. S. SNYDER'S I The character of the people attending -
the field in this county. The times! ,. he show were not such as would I If you wish to buy sn
were more tense then than they are lead anyone to l believe that any results -
The livery portion of the stables is up- FATHER MEETS DEATM
now and the campaign was waged : could be obtained by an exhibit
tod-ate in every particular, the teams and with greater fury and bitterness. there ahd I think Kissimmee! would AutomobileOr
vehicles the beat. Some of the older citizens recall t waste her money in making an exhibit -
being hose days with interest. Mr. C. A. II i at that point, unless it would be
'I Carson in speaking a few days ago of I WAS KILLED BY MOVING TRAIN ,(i a very large exhibit, an exhibit which
the last race made by Republican ) would probably cost $1500.00 have aatoasebile
-fifi! PITTSBURG/ (FRIDAY/ or $2000.00 ,- your
', county candidates said that the late including space.
Joseph Stripling came to Kissimmeeto i OF LAST WEEK. There are no farmers or country
will be speak for the ticket. lie addresseda people to visit this show, it is simplya
: Heavy Hauling a Specialty meeting during the day, and Judge I I lounging place, a place to spend an RepairedGo

:Mershon, who was in his prime at I Rev. S. S. Snyder, pastor of the Kis hour or two for city people. They
that time and a powerful had an elegant band fine concerts
campaign simmee Presbyterian church receiveda ,
,
-!Ifs !fi-. orator, went around to Mr. Strip- telegram Saturday morning and a fine place.
ling's hotel after the speech and served him of the tragic death of his telling father I have just returned today from a
notice on the visitor that he (Mer- at Pittsburg trip through the North attending
MILLER 1imiiiimiiiitmm shon) would make reply in the even- came from Friday his night.sister at The Colum-message State fairs. The Atlantic Coast Line GRIFFIN'S
: I. J.' w.. Proprietor Ing, inviting Stripling to hear him. biana, O. had quite an exhibit and had at least
The event was heralded through* tht I The elder Mr. Snyder had an 125,000 people, the majority of them
and the orange farmers visit GARAGE
town ladies gathered a grove near St. Petersburg, Fla., our exhibit. We had a
wagon load of flowers with which to which he sold and had left Florida j!1 baggage car of our own and at an ex-
h decorate the platform. The house was the Monday previous to close the |pence of about $2,500.00 made the
I crowded that evening and :Mr. Stripling transaction and get the up trip. We think this is the character
receive the necessary 'of exhibits, that will
was present to mo.t executed. He bad written the bring results and
papers
i I sl'athingnitici"m of himself and hisparty R-v. Mr. Snyder of Kissimmee from sic' willing to s)>f'tdour money for I
: that he ever hadUie misfortuneto 'unit we are not willing to spend
Tarnpa. The next news the son hail any
t J I I I hear.I.EGISI..A'I'IVE. was the telegram telling of his niiiiey on land shows anywhere Our I Sprig J! Fleming
I i l
belief
| 'is, the only people! who "receivelesuns
dl.ath.1 r. Snyder left Klssimmt-e. .! - -
/; AND) NE\VSP\J'EK on the one o'clock train" Saturday far [ iroin Sun rand snows are lnepromoters I

| PLEAS.NTIM.; Columbiana, where the funeral) vas 'i of it. CLEANING
TURPENTINE BUSINESS to 1>1' held.! The following news disatches I )liofn, further that you state theltluntic PRESSING
I
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(('oast Line
; receives' an annual
-
The which appeared in the Sunday .
j following tilt between lion .4
DYEING
-- -- - revenue from the Kissimmee ...tat I
,papers are of 'Interest:
Harry Floyd the legislative i poet lau- tion t' of $400,000.00.()( ( ( ( I think one tenth
reatv, and Mr. Wayne Thomas, editorof 1'ittsburg, I'a., Oct 12: A S. REPAIRINGLeave
FOR SALE of that would
j sum come much
; very
I the Plant City (Courier will relieve Snyder aged seventy-live jeara I'I ,
nearer the
representing ofI
earnings --- -
fruit of St ,
the grower Petersburg Fla.
monotony of a rather, tame
campaign
the Atlantic
was run down and instantly killed I Coast!! Line on business!! word pt my house and clothe
:
jai und out of Kissimmee. You must will beer bed lor and returned. .
here last night by train at the Union
C. II. H. Floyd (called "Colonel liarry" a ,
Station. I t t|"" TTr-nT75d\ the fact that we collect -. -
'J 1 15,000 Acres Land and Timber in fee simple for the same reason, ue suppose Mr. Snyder I the charges! for all other lines on in- I
that other noted dwarfs are denomi- was en route to C'olumliiana i Satisfaction 'Guarantee"WHATEVER
srl
i and
bou1
freight, the total collect-
Ohio, to visit his wife and I \)
3,000 Acres Round Timber, nated "General "Prince etc.) who daughter and have his wife 'ions at Kissimmee would) not be over ..
sign
70,000 One Year Boxes, fires a popgun sunset salute each an about ;25 per cent, of that on business
agreement transferring $22,000 worth
evening from the !southeast corner of at Kissimmee.. IS WORTH '
; Two Year Boxes the of his property at St. Petersburg to
140,000 1'ensacola
Evening News, I
grows J. II. Cashwell. However, I will be in Kissimmee! as DOING IS WORTH J
85,000 Three Year Boxes peevish'under an indictment from soon as possible and will make
the editor of the Courier on the harsh His daughter, Zillah Snyder, is a a DOING WELl ,
thorough examination of the affair and
A 24,000 Four Year Boxes, and unmerciful riding of his ( Floyd's) school teacher at Columbiana. I set you straight on this. is our motto first, last and all. the .

40,000 Fire Year Boxes. Pegasus. Yours truly, time. If your carriage, or wagon, I
It all started because of Floyd's Orange Grower of St. Petersburg.St. WILBUR) McCOY is in our estimation not worth tIM

50 Shanties ravings about that atrophied portion l Agri. & Immi. Agent. A. C. L. Ry. I cost of refairll we'll tell YOII... ..
of Florida known as Jackson county, i Petersburg, Fla., Oct. 12-News frankly; i is worth the expense
4 Dwellings which excels the other counties! we of the accidental death near Pittsburg we will guarantee both. Our estimate
25-BbL Still and Fixtures will'admit, in the production of mas- I|' today of A. S. Snyder of this city was Inevitable Result."I of the'cost costs you nothingyou -
received
ter early this morning. need ask.WAGONS .
politicians but which in other respects I only
.. 1 Pump and Boiler is shown by census reports to i t Mr. Snyder, who owned a large blelgh am has surprised broken down to hear" said that Stubbs.Dub- i iI
the Ninth I
on street
orange
be afflicted grove
with the dry rot. But
1 Cooper Shop and Tools life is short, and argument with a cultured I road, near the city, left a few days "He used to have a splendid constitution. !- I

!* 8 Males chimpanzee unprofitable, so ago for Pittsburg, where he usually ." "Yes" said Wiggletrope, "but ,'
3 Horses away with this lawyer and his fan- i!] markets his fruit crop. He was to he began amending it."-Harper's i
I
tastic brief, before the answer to his j have gone on from there to Colum- Weekly.:
'. 3 Wagons and Harness chattering encroaches upon the straw-
: 3 Saddles and Bridles berry report. |'I I of The his daughters unfortunate reside. about The Domestic Bourbon
One wild however man was
statement let
s 2 Commmariet and Stock of( Goods I us correct. Hear Floyd: I seventy years old. He was well known Some men's Idea of keeping abreast

I "Notice, in limine, that Vain Wayne lere. He lived quietly at his grove, of the times Is to stay home and read
2 Telephones and Five Miles
of Wire.
says that the account of the creation and was considered quite wealthy. lie the stories In the magazines when It
1 of the world is told in only 600 words, is survived by his widow one unmar- rains on Sunday afternoons, and there
r Good location on the main line of the A. C. L. I and there are only seven words of ried and a married daughter, of Co- Isn't any: ball gam .-Ohio State. Jour
more than two syllables in the whole lumbiana, Ohio, and a son, Rev. S S. nal.
r R. R: Healthy location and a good place to keep story. Snyder, pastor of a church at KM-

plenty of laborers; plenty of labor now on the This statement in goose-cackle, if simmee, Fla. I
Vain Wayne refers to Chapter I and Trouble Helrotea Have.
place. the first two verses of Chapter II of Rev. Mr. Snyder and his family "We heiresses have many: rivals for
:' We offer this> business for the. next ninety days the Book of Genesis in the Bible. Any will have the heartfelt sympathy of our bands." "Yes," replied Miss

r a for $10.00 per acre, including .everything it this. will half tell idiotic him Sunday that school boy, even I, their bereavement.Kissimmee The friends pastor in thin and great his Cayenne: "you must fee! as If the BUILT TO ORDER:
the
account of the pathway: of life were Oiled with pocketbook -
w sckedile. creation of the world is told in 804 family spent a month during the summer autcb ,.." BLACKSMITH! AND
sl words, and that the following eleven at St. Petersburg. ,

words of two syllables are repeated, HORSESHOEINGSatisfaction
so as to total 27 words of two syllables Fined for Coquetry.A Two Hostile Empires.l l / ,

: H. M. BREAKER & CO. via: 1, beginning; 2, created; young woman applying: for a mar Everywhere: the'human oul stands
oJ , 8, divided; 4.: evening; ....,. '. "' 6, together; 7, g gathering's; 8, abund- subtracted three :years from her ace of darkness; on-the confines of T
''f, antly replenish.; .9, multiply; 10, dominion_ ; 11, and was fined f s on the charge of two everlasting; hostile empires, tsoessity >

} ,.. '' Now,having put Vain Wayne in the "eoquetry. : and rreewl\1-CarI7e.! .J. J. DANA t1i' ,

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1912., THE X'IS'SIMMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE' _, PAGE 3..,
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Will You' Stand ,' .
A. DEPOSITORS1
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Woodrow Wilson a Vastly different order of man than you find ; ( --- ,
.. practical political life. ' ,., =. --- .'t1REQUREMEfiTS1' ''':' .
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Woodrow Wilson is not among the great majority bf politicians '
characters, who believe that the end justifies the means, who are honest .
" ,.', The candidate of the progressive voters of the Country not ( I: '
'anything to wln''but he insists on plain old fashioned honesty in every .
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Woodrow.Wilson proposes to win on the merits of( his candidacy .- ",.,. ''- -- : .
, "Clean bands or no fight" is Wilson's ultimatum! to his supporters /aa individual desiring the services of a banking Institutiongenerally .

No Tainted Money For exacts at least tfcree requirements: :

4 Not dollar of questionable money will be spent to elect ,. .
The Democratic National Committee is heart and soul in accord First..SECURlTY AND PROTECTION FOR DEPOSITS : I
And the corrupting influences, with no political faith, casting .'
ment with bribes of ill-gotten gains, have despaired of reaching Wilson Second...RETURNS ON FUNDS DEPOSITED ;.

They have gone to the enemy, whoever that enemy may be. It Third--.THE SCOPE OF GENERAL BANKING FACILITIESAfter .
the "Interests" are using all their political funds to defeat Wilson. '
This makes it your fightWhat ,
the American People

The people have constantly made the mistake of believing that this' .
Such is only the case insofar as the People fail to get= together and .
1 representatives they by mistake, elect to office. the stability of the Bank kas West ascertaiaed aad! a coa..natln' ,
The actual money power of the People is still greater than that of
and wise financial policy assured the depositor, ke sites kit attention to tile '
if
The Progressive People of the country they get= together can I .

and destroy their financial power. vestment'possibilities; ;' if a savings account is intended, tke new customer ' : ..
So Woodrow Wilson and his managers= believe that not only is
JnCticalcnethod for the Progressive People of, the country supply the wants as liberal a rate of interest as compatible with a aonnd bankinf system .

The People to Fight With ; then he investigates the facilities of the bank in general. Naturally and
This year a popular president is to be elected with the People's .
The Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund is to be collected from the by"T necessarily the experienced banker, whose constant business .is to investigate, .

of the country. should be possessed of a technical knowledge bearing oa all financial topics. : l
The bills onf the Democratic National Committee are to be paid, r
but with the Individual dollars of the earnest, eager voters who desire The bank should hue at the disposal of its customers suck, data and. information ..
willing to help Wilson u he wants to be helped. "
Money thus needed .is not spent in Improper ways or in any manner u is required by the .investor.
Interests are disbursed I I
But we have to tell the voters of the country about Woodrow Wilson ,
We have to tell them what he stands for. We hare to point out to them the I 1
means that to hold up our end we will be obliged to spend as much money as
This means that every man or woman who believes in Wilson should be I
Let the supporters ol Wilson help us to spread the Wilson gospel to the ,
Let the Progressive Voters battle. this year with their pocketbooks as I '
Our claim to your confidence rests on the Fulfillment of the above requirementt.
We Solicit Popular Subscriptions-Can Citizens Bank ofKitMunmee if safe;sound conservative and yet liberal. '
Of course, you can-and you are glad to support the cause In this way. 1
Your confidence and is invited of the
Practically every voter can afford to give 91 to aid the Wilson patronage regardless amount of your funds.
many can give*5. And there are lots and lots of progressive voters who will -,-. .. -._-- e .
These are the kind of contributions we want. I
And we will be proud to receive from thousands,who can only afford tl, 1
bolO every man who has a dollar to give. CITIZENS BANK
This year the man with the dollar must defeat the government traducer

Get Club Subscriptions -- p-- --- -
If you know many Wilson men, iTy ou work among many Wilson me i
del the others to join you with their subscriptions. x I KISSIMMEE \ ,
Then send your list with the money to C. R. Crane. Vice Chairman, I
Committee,900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. :
No loyal Wilson man can do more than this to assure Wilson's victory at .

How to Contribute to the Wilson I
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President W. A. SMITH, Cashier ;
Fund
Campaign I .
T. C. "ll. Directors: .
Bite the Coupon oppoalM and Bit In the amount Ton rive ile O.mt.rar OUW.yie N.S..N : I
eM..D Than *Mob Tour on the mopes Coupon.la to. Ibis Coupon and mall today H the dId....,.y.lIoU.0'Woodrow....le w.,_.. I I ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President H. M. Pfann, 1st Vice ,President "

V 4. ajU addraaa all uaitriUxlaaia ... .. .
OT cIoacb.er** ra xar tak" offlo' I C. W. DANN, 2nd Vice President
,to C.R.Crmm*. va. ClIo- Fl>__ C -, Daaaoaraba ., ,
of<
:,C..YI...eoo=...,,_=..ILL paopla fea eoantrr. ..
toward tha aip Ba of A. W. WINN' L. H. COHOON F. W. HILL C. D. CARROLL I ,

Then and writ inline a I.&e.0 your lhl.......paper...D. why ttvln')o5 four bell.nun... Woodrow a.a contributor Name. ......... Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorneys '
Wilaoo should be elected President of the United BMtee. In thusway I .
you Kill be listed M. ab'lleoalllOOn"blbU\O'I' A Souvenir Be.eelpt. Address.......... : '
.handsomely I ..... D.,will be went to
yea Your letter will belplD tbe ngbt b enoouraclnc rour frlendi. RF.D. .., . .. :
Do everytblnst you.....to bold np Wilson's bandi,Inhla clean l.j I I I I I I I I I 1 I 11 I I I I I I M I 11''I I I H I I I I I I I 111 11 I I 11 I I I 11111111111111111111111!
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FACE '4. THE K1SSIMMEE *VALLEY GAZETTl' '\1, *' FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18 3,. 1112 ,

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The Kisslmmee Valley Gazette A, WHOLESOME LESSON. sense and condition 01. exclusiveness' that have neither' place t.." .'t
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; V ... the institutions, and traditions -of this government: We sometimes:wonder ORANGE CENTER. *

- HARRIS "II" "It"Publisher.. '_ The managers Lihe Roosevelt'party_ in. Florida; .caused some. ....!trouble in where_ 's._editorial High Browi.getJtheirJdea;_ whaLl bd oLpeoniu>iUIdo_ *'
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v :j.'Q. REESE '. -,' ... Editor. the Democratic camp this week by showing that the certification; ; of the nominees : they .burn;, hat.i.. is the character of the Oriental posture ,that they are.ac I.\ +. *'a4aaa444444..4Mr. -

l y of the' party to 'Uie Secretary t State had been.irregular The leader customed.. assume> I .' and Mrs W-Fliltey: and famJily ..

"' 'PUBLISHED>> EVERY' FRIDAY' of(:the RoostveTt )' j.t7hii, Stat iirirn TntervTcw i af.ted''that the Ucu\ocrali - Let all thank; that \ considerable weight. Let i have returned to Orange Center
,' I us our stars they ave no to remain after having spent the summer
'. : Office in Valley Gazette'Building were '"asleep" at the switch" us be the more thankful that the custom forced Taft on the stump and caused in Kissimmee. .
r KISSIMMEE. ; OSCEOLA COUNTY.. old that lull sleeo. The' Democratic Mrs. Jack Keen visited} Monday and 1I .
It is alt adage security to partyin .
"- | him to declare: his unswerving fidelity the interests let' also be '
;re: FLORIDA. to protected ; us. Tuesday of last week with her daugh...
; j ---- most of the Southern States is so certain of ..i'Jcceu'that the letter- of the thankful that Wilson bal been forced to sidestep the Democratic platform I ter, Mrs L. Tyner at Kissimmee.

i Tt; SUBSCRIPTION RATES. election law is undoubtedly transgressed over and over a;aiiu Th chairmanof on the tariff, and to translate its unmistakable language into a meaning of 'i.1 .Mr. and Mrs. George.to Babcock Center of

On copy ,one. year __________.$1.60 Democratic committee asserts that the law wu: complied with 'fully his Zantee have come Orange
One copy six mnoths ___.______ .75 own. The people'have a right'to hear the candidates for President andit Ito| ( locate.
One copy three, months ______. .40 but in spite of this assertion there was evidently a erlludiilent from this is a right .which will. never" be surrendered.Oadaaaaaaa 'I Mr. Babcock Pine Is building street. a five-room
residence
------ for time lost in filing petition for the nominert" lo be on
I! All communications except from opinion, no was putonthe -I Mr. Leitner and Mr. N. C. Bryan "
i 1, our authorized correspondents must ballot in this manner for fear that the contention of the Roosevelt party of Kissimmee, transacted business in
t 0.40..4 How She Earned Her Way.
be signed by the writer. might be sustained in the event of contest.At a o I Orange Center Tuesday
r I 5 To any girl who thinks she can i Mr. Chas. Demick is erecting a cptI ',.
Rejected matter will not be reEntered the risk of being adjudged disloyal the Gazette asserts that the 0 a SCHOOL NOTES. 4 earn her way through college I would I! tage on Orchard street.I .

turned unless called for. shake in their bees il in the O say, "Take account of stock, physical, I Mrs. Henry Bronson spent Tuesdayin
f. hitch which gave the nominees a momentary 1010810000 0 000000 + nervous, and mental." You will needto Kissimmee. '

.. at the Postofflce in Kis- nature of a good thing' Not only are our own people inclined to be too care- Our school is alive and wide awake.: be in good physical condition, not I Mr. G. W. Stokes shipped a car load

.immee, Fla, as second-class mail less about important matters of public concern-it is a common human failing The boys have organized an athletic subject to headaches, indigestion ,, of grape fruit last week. H
catarrh other chronic illness. Your
or
f matter. association and Mr. Crosby went to Kissimmee
t. .. --- -- - ---- We see it exemplified on all sides nearly all the time. It is not necessaryto tice in basket ball are, high doing jumping good prac-and nerves must be in good condition, so Tuesday.
i. \ discussion of whether the chairman of the Democratic' 1 pole Wkhave also that you do not "fly to pieces" when Mr. Johnson, of North Wilkelsboro.N. ,
KHIUlt. OI'IOIII'II: IS. "":1. enter into a com- vaulting. organis study and financial clash.
9' ed a High School orchestra and have problems C., spent Saturday and Sunday In .
."f mittee is right, or whether the Roosevelt protestan\s are right; opvgtpj) employed Mr. Brown instructor And you must be what is known as an Orange Center. '

I. t t EVERY. MAN WHO VOTED IN THE is divided and that fact alone is sufficient to make it clear that the gentlemen The school has been as divided into I alert student, a quick study; for the"grind" Mrs. James Fields, of McClain L I
will not have the time to earn made business to Center
two literary societies the a trip Orange( --(1
Utopian
sk DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES IS who were honored with the authority to act for the party were rot atpunctilious' I and the Stenalakee, and all the pupilsare money. She will need every moment Monday morning.

PLEDGED TO VOTE THIS '' in the performance of their duties as they should have been. I showing much interest in their I for lectures, recitations an study Mr. T. J. Stewart Is shipping egg 1
\ must be resourceful and '
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respective societies. Finally you plant. He ha ssome very tine ones
t TICKET AT THE GENERAL At this time, when Democratic victory over the country seems imminent The president of the Utopian so- able to think out schemes! of one egg plant measuring 22V4 inchesin
have exercised the possible that the letter ciety called money-earning for yourself and to circumference.
t they should greatest care in. seeing a meeting Friday after- fill
ELECTION IN NOVEMBER; noon for the of position tactfully when it is sup-
of the legal requirements were complied, with. the need of a purpose high school discussing paper. plied by some member of the facultyor Donegan For Governor.

i! 1 The effect of the Bull Moose activity in Florida will be beneficial to the. This paper will.be read at the Utopiansociety's students.the c6rrfmiU.ee on employment for i I. The next primaries are four years '

i Democratic Ticket Democratic party and for this we should feel 'gratejul, .. yet, be published.meetings but By' will motion not,this as Earning your way through college away, and yet four years is not a long i"
involves time in the of
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V. p. no humiliation; rather it figuring age young
plan
was adopted. It was also ,de-
.. commands Speaking about the candidates
man.
-- cided that there respect, even waiting on ;
LAST LAP OF THE CAMPAIGN.The with a staff of.four be an editor-in-chief, 1 I other girls in the college lunchroom. I I for Governor for 1916 the name of '*'
F.r Prralarat of the I .ltd fi...eai from the four) different assistants elected i I But, just the same, the supersensitive..' lion. A. E. Donegan, of Kissimmee i If
high school
classes. girl who is always anticipating al- is receiving mention and in this respect -
d WOODROW WILSON. country is on the last lap of the political campaign. What is true Alys Johnston was elected editor- I''most inviting, snubs, had best not un- the Herald will lend a willing ":
dertake it. hand any time that the Jionorahla. *
of the country at large is true also of the county.: twelfth in-chief; Bessie Whidden, from the The methods which I chose for earn- Arthur makes the race. In that time :r
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.'... ... ..... grade; Edward Newton, from he will have served his full time
'I.P. ITHO8 Osceola county has the undisputed distinction of being the only countyin the eleventh grade; Edna.Schweikert, I I ing money do not exhaust the fieldsof as
Senator and his will
State mind. be
.R. MARViAI.I! Florida which has a full list of Republican candidates to contest the from the tenth grade and Rose O'- 1 I means.opportunities by any manner of stored with facts political': he will
Berry from the ninth
honors of office with the nominees of the Democratic primaries.It elected assistants. grade were I Presswork-This is reporting col- have a greater grasp on affairs in general -
lege news for outside his mind already well trained for'I '.
I The daily papers.
F. Prvla>a Friday
JEFFERSON B. BROWN. attendant evil; that each disadvantage has its compensating advantage. ber 25. I paper and the position n-secured! by : business will be most, finely! drawn and, \ I
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This. coming the St' .._il._L-AA competition, a number of girls sub-I ready to cope with the larger range ".':
J. FRED DE BERRY. Regarded in this philosophical light we are merely paying for the blessed society- will hold Friday its first- An< > I hitting accounts of the same college I of matters and he would make the '

CHARLES K JONES privilege that we enjoy of entertaining among us a colony of Grand Army meeting. Utopians keep your regular 'I event-. State a most excellent chief execu- .
eyes tive. '
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WILLIAM CHIPLEY JONES ,veterans also a distinction and pleasure that are enjoyed only by Osceola open.The athletic association- is |' members of the faculty college, and officials for out, Keep your eye on lion A. E. Done-

LELAND J. HENDERSON county. Our efforts at benevolent assimilation have signally failed thus far to in the future preparing side parties-trustees! and their gan, of Osceola and Orange counties
give near I
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friends often send and the State of Florida for he will
i H. C. SPARKMAN There time when the Republican brethren from Iowa and Michi- comedy, "Breach of Promise of Mar typewriting workto
come a
may the loom in the
college, giving the girls this lurgly public eye in theacct
xiage.. in the form ol mock trial.
- -- -.. -' gan and illinoIs and New York, whom 'we have with us will Be roclr.-r b1>ed a REPORTER. pportnmtyfor earning money four -years-Sanford.Harald.

C...r..a._... "..... mt ........ Democrats, participating regularly and with good conscience in the Demo- This Athletic appeals coaching to the athletic and refen-cing girl, and I
f5 'fr1LE Sunday Services. ('hr l.tian hurrh 1 Delicacies For Sunday Dinner.
CLAUDE L E the
work is
cratic primaries and supporting the [Democratic nominees as they are pledged found among piuate I|
"The Simplicity of the (Gospel; in schools. I The ladies of the Episcopal church ,
to dobut don't think so. In fact we entertain no such blissful hope. the '
we "Is There :
morning; Hell at Settlement work This
I a I is done after I will haw a sale of home cooking at
c........_... "......d l)ln'rlrt. It is not denying our brethren 'from other States the privileges of local self- I night. Rev. A. M. Chisholm, pastor, college hours or during vacatIOns. Dunn & )Dunn's) grocery store each
I extends an invitation to all. and is secured through f sociologicaland Saturday afternoon the first sale being
FRANK CLARK government to insist that they shall support the nominees of the Demoratic -- ---- : -
C philanthropic leaders who give held tomorrow the 19th! at 2 p.
party if they take'part in the Democratic nominations. It is requiring nothingmore Nobody Works harder than fatherto the preference to college: girls -Woman m. The articles offered for sale willb

wI '. Cor.ensn.. of them than is required of every other voter native, or alien who takes death.pretend he doesn't, work himselfto 's Home! Companion. specially prepare IJ by the ladies, <.,
and everything will be first class. A
.' PARK TRAMMEL part in the party nominations.: They have the right of free born Americansto i The successful business man always )- committee of ladies will be in attendance j
Kindness soon sours unless kept finds time to give his less for- The sale is for the benefit of ..
but
haven'tthe
put a ticket of their own in the field and support that ticket they in circulation. tunate brother a lift. the church.

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I H CLAY CRAWFORD. With all respect for the good purposes of the few who have disclaimed the

\ purpose of voting for other than the Democratic nominees in the election Will The REAL FREEMEN !

,. .... (..__1..1.... of Agrleult.rer we cannot believe for a moment that this creditable determination is possessed ,,

W A. McRAE by any considerable number ; if such were the case there would be

absolutely no object in putting out a' Republican ticket. While no fei of
Wilson's Hands? !
f K.r Stale' Tr*>......, defeat is entertained by the Democratic nominees our Republican friends I' Uphold

J. C LUNINQ have forced them to make a second campaigh. The game of politic is a' ,
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or --:- queer one, and if the regular nominees had remained idle there is no doubt Woodrow Wilson :has refused emphatically to accept contributions to> :

) I r, Far At<.ra7 G........ that many defections would have been the result. We hope our Republican his Campaign Fund from the Interests from corrupting influences from
o I THOMAS F. WEST, 1
; themselves. With base the of
I friends feel proud of no ground to hope victory questionable
any sources.
'" ,,-. upon they have made it troublesome and, expensive"' (for the Democratic t
He has given us,. Democratic National) Committee to understand
Fr Stat CaaitrallerfW candidates. We respectfully submit to them that such'action does nut! ,

t" V KNOTTi strengthen neighborly feeling nor conduce cultivation of the amenities that he will go into the White House with clean hands or not at all. r,

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Who Is Getting The Money only Rive one dollar We believe in this kind of loyalty-....
'F.r Stale Se11.rl.te.de.1 of I'ublle ROOSEVELT.It .
it's the kind that wins ;
L.t r.ell..t' of The Trusts ? :
A Let yery one contribute to the Woodrow Wilson Campaign !
W. N.
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is hoped that the bull?! fired by a crazy man at Milwaukee Monday .So sure has been Wi'son's'! standso well known his incorruptible : by the first mail Let's have as big a fund as the corporations

;;l i night into the body of Theodore Roosevelt will prove to be of no consequence purpose that no private interests have dared to can supply the other parties. For the people are .

County Democratic Ticket approach either our candidate or his committee.. mightier ...n in mower than tha Combination, .- ....tjyy'
i it beyond that temporary disability which of necessity must be suffered by the f
at totather.
We have not been offered a penny by the trusts and a :

wounded man. we certainly have not solicited a penny from them. The

".... Nraator.; The most vivid personality of contemporary times. Roosevelt holds a money( of the Interests ii being spent against WiUon. No A Call To Those Who Will ClubContributions

ti ARTHUR E. DONEOAN. place in the history of the world that will remain notable for ages Such matter for whom-we need not discuss that here-it is now :

common gossip that the money power of the nation is being
eminence will be granted him ungrudgingly without regard to pol-tlcal creed.
F, Rryme.e.t.ll..t. used in an attempt to defeat Woodrow Wilson. .
The consummation that will stand most notably to his credit will be his successful No live progressive voter Can do more Wilson's cans
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t. endeavors in bringing about peace between Japan and Russia. His What Is a "People's Campaign?" than 10 bead a .list with his own contribution and then to
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and friends swell the total .withtheir
(... ........ militarism is misunderstood and if people could or would arrive at his view- .
1 air We are addressing ourselves to tha real) f..._ of names and money.

T. M MURPHY. point, which cannot be in the circumstances other than that of practical obser America the upright. Progressive Voters, of the country I II'.you work in an office or factory, mill warehouse, on a

\ ation and sudious maturity of judgment there would be little disagreementwith who are doing the work of the nation and not the work of railroad ranch or farm, start the ball rolling. Line up the .}

.._....laB At" orwers. this view. It should not be forgotten that he was awarded the prize trust and bosses. Wilson men. Sign up as many contribution. as you ""It.
';. I H D. GEIOERShrrlSTt We realize that the salvation of every: righteous cause And mail to us. .
world which
or..havmg achieved the greatest work for peace was immediately rests with you.

I. -. donated by him for the furtherance of the cause-the sum as we rememberit Often this cry of a People's. Party or a People's President How To Contribute To'The WilsonCampaign .,

1 being $25.000 The amount of the prize is of little consequence but the is raised by the very forces we seek to defeat and whom we
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I fact that it was awarded to Roosevelt is significant. must and will defeat But look to our standard and our Fund '

I. Passing over the things that he has done in the course of a long periodof standard bearer and decide yourself as to which is the. _
I lreull'lark i People's Campaign and must, therelore, be fought with the Sign. the Coupon in this corner and fill In the amount .., "
;', J. 1 OVERSTREET. service in public life it cannot be gainsaid that his part in the present People's money*. you give. Then attach your money to this Coupon and

..' ti I campaign' will be of great public benefit. His political antagonists charge mail today to the address given on the Coupon

Tax tollrvton\ selfishness, vain-glory and other sordid motives. Those who are nearest Woodrow Wilson Has Clean Hands f..... all chocks, money. orders and addreas aH oontrfW.HOB .

i 1 4i4" C. U BANDY .. C. R. c....., Vic. Chairman Fusses c........ I
' the man and whose claim on our respect must be considered have another Woodrow Wilson is the cleanest martin national politics .
/ Democratic National) Conunlttae, 9OO .
Michigan A .
version He came of illustrious forefathersWQO laid by blood and -
t . Chicago ilL
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Tax .... .,. heredity the foundation of a future President
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It of discuss the motives of his gen
.I I' is no profit to any man-- own testimonyon Then write letter to this
eration after paper giving your name '
W. I. BARBER generation of upright record. as acontnbutor
such a point is invalid, and nobody knows except the man himself. )If I Wilson is I to be elected I 1 it must he by clean money and and stating your reasons why you believe

1 ., Leaving this as irrelevant there can be nothing but regret at the murderous there is only one source of such money-Mrom the voters of Woodrow Wilson should be elected President of the United'
11.F.dntede.t Pabllv In..p..,...... States. In this will
f'W.' J. SEAR attack made upon him with the hope accompanying that he will recover. the country who realize the importance of having a government way you be listed .Illah Wilson contri 'I I
b u to r, A Souvenir I Receipt I handsomely I l
and uninfluenced by the almighty dollar. oar.pbed11Wilaon'l
speedily completely.
hands are clan worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will help the

TronanroriL. 1 Will I you uphold them? fight by encouraging your friends.

S. LUPFER. AND WHY NOT, PRAY?

) 11.7..0j '- --1- How Much Money Will You Give? Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund

r. R. H. LUDLAM. Now and again it is observed that some of our newspapers raise their How Much Can You Raise? LOYALTY' COUPON I ..

---.... \ metaphorical fingers in deprecation of the practice of candidates for Presi- T.C. tZ Da SLOSAMg_ V11Tka -.,... ?-'...
COUNTY COMMISSIONBHSl dent There are big campaign expenses to be met if we are to Lmrmmw....iii...n.. rtiKml O'm'ra"* * A--'t..
before the and them what stand for.
going
voters telling they Theyare
District No. 1-B. L. UBSLBT. win on Election Day In November. We must tell the voters As k b.U...... In tbs prosTMalr Idaato of .. .. .
., 'V District No. RAYMOND LAMER of the opinion that stump speaking is beneath the dignity of the office; of the country about Wilson, what he Is, what he has done aratad In tha candidacy of Woodrow WlUon: for sovarnmant Praaldaat of.1M- > :
District No. '.-A. 11'. BASS. that the We show them his United BtaUa. ,and to tba and that ha may take th. ..
candidate should be so much above the rabble as not to deign such must record. We must show them his ofttoa fraa. &
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District No. ..-O. R. BAss. .ded. ............Ied.and obllsatad to none bat the ; ;
paopla of die
1 Dlstrlet No. .-FRANK WAiJKBlR.OOIJHTT exposition. platform. We must point out to' them the features of his oonntry. I wish to oontrlbnta thronsli yon th.sum of I.:........... :,
platform which mean so much to this nation. This great toward the .. *....of Oov. WOaovl. oampalsn.Name .
.. t-2- ----- The Gazette disagrees with this view entirely. There is no office in the will .1
work ef
'b cost a lot money. We must meet theasuaI
I "' SCHOOL BOAHDiDistrict land above the people there is succession divine in this .. ... ... . ... .. .
right .
; 't& r No. l.-w. C. BASS. ; no by. country. heavy toll necessary to present a platform and a can4idate "" """ """ """" ...

.' ,;,' Dtstret, NO. *OBOROB W. OVER and no inheritance of primogeniture.To to a hundred million. Address . ... ..... . . ... .. .. . ... .. ..............
"' vl11t>01lsT, segregate'tbs. office of President and the of the filling Your dollar your $5, your tlO, your $20 is needed. And 'if
I .. person man don't mistake-we want the man who can only afford the R.F. D.. . . . .. . . . . . . Stste. . . . . I ",''\
r .; aitriit; t No,,'',-W. W. CHANDLER that office from the people is to surround that office and the man with a '
?I one dollar. We need him. We need the woman who }
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It calls for prompt actionp.rt
: 1 Democratic .M e of COTtgress aad the Democratic '

.. party pledges itaetf U> the eoactmesit Kissimmee furniture Go's.
.... f' | of legtslatioa leading to that.
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'.': ADOPTED AT BALTIMORE CONVENTION. IM2k'v r Uait.ed.States and tie, respective I I

,\ I' ,' .. .1'' I I I State} in plans'for the comprehensive
?; treatment of aQ waterways, with a'i 1 SALE! il

f, i T: . We, u.er *at Uve off the, -. .ify l y indirectlor ttee pov of -eYpnsa of Del view tf coordinating plan for cbaa-.j BIG REMOVAL
iapreresnexit with plans for drainage t
< Darted the Federal government" nulljofts of I)
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'r. -' State*. 11ft naUOfiaT c wr-vettltcrr arsets-; W. ieswt typos -u..,fWi raeseas .L. of rwatap and overflowed lands 1 j
N tied. reaffirm: ->or t1'otxA. t. ti *, all the power. of the. gweran!: > t.State both by the 1 tar tiaf. seed-.re favor the appro1priatioa 1
i d pnncxpJe vi Iwrroocratx, gvteromeitfcrmttUi and uobai. to protect the people House.. of: P by the Federal government ;
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b **:! T)w> r- .. ./ !!?e.-ar/n and'enf : from injoxtK at the hands of atton of a of sEofftcieat fords t* make swrvejr*
; .. .- -,. UK.. who Mk the 'erae. wl .. of each' lands. to develop plans! for
.rc J ', i*>t r a.-v: = saline U ma.jte gorrr > : r
d t'', of' I r..rvx-rat.: ..' P'r t' meet a privatefct in bujntxejifThere -laial p draining the same aDd to supervise 19 TO NOV. 23 If
\ it no nlirt.t woe bttw1 -rad : !. : the work: of cu*>*tr ct on. OCT.
,r Tariff lU-ferss. tj* nation and the. State ... miuca xpifjsting party that We favor the adoption of sr liberal

I We. *e-af, it Vprinciple be a !raarryr. .at icterrt:: Q<. take refuge enforced t and comprefaesuar plaa: .. for the des "
1'rrm volt for vdopment aDd improvement: of oar inland '
c/ the Ixmxx-r< party sponsor" : '
It the waterways I economy: and efftdeacy fi+h01i'i+-
that tr*< Federalthe rvT4rnefun".tr! > a.t oerejLury that Federal unoe & I'
ihaJJ >.., tutK nJ so as to permit their nariga-
C arUUttor) r-t r> r.gut \ ..11 1!. anff reverted to it, bat we toast that Federal aictain i tion by vessels of rtandard draft. which i* k I
,1' power to .r''' T We expect soon to move into our new quarter, uc
Ii f chou_. tx"tJA for: tie p ryou of -. reraedte for the 5trguiaU of n- portioned Pot Read will those. wise need . ,
Milt for door and fiVe
next South we any.u
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vi for the Arrtncan
t.tn.utc.omme"" a
r I. 'I treLt and we na.na that: ust rn- s < prever.Uor We favor national: aid to State and ;
1.- : teetwn of .mH tax-- .h., .. r.-- : n.lud of, pnr t a nxr'Kipoly! shaft be zen and local authorities', the construction i .thug the. liae of
t .I to tit r.etJy :eesitsee ",,1 gosrr.ment Mr- added to ar.d. rv>*. t.rt.t..t..d. for Statereardra of the n.aU< i and maintenance of port roads. A
I ; uA eoowoinually adrsrQSterad.: '" _
The high R -paUietan,!f .e .. Rights .f tabor.
pnrxipcause\ : of the. ,req.al ,h', is>cBie Tai and Pepoiar. Electi.. of We drx> We. repeat our ddarat: of the Furniture orHousefurnishings
fribnttcf. of: wealth; it .. a .y.-U-iv. oc Mtaat_.. of the mo platform of 1MH as foUuw. : _
tajcatiof which make* the r>'k riser We! congratulate Use country' upon by The court jf justice are the bulwark
and the poor poorer; under i*_e opctar _be- tnamph of two important reform lavish of our liberties and we yield to
lion the American farmer< and L awrk demanded, in th* last national platforms lican co .g none in oar purpose to maintain their
ir.g man are the. chief jfferr>; 1C namely, the .mr> raises the: curt of the nc*" ane*! of Federal: CocrutotJon aathonung an ing power. beach a long liar of distinguished justice ,
r ids U them, but does <.ot protect th ir income tax and the amendment providing mand a who have' added to the respect ,: :'/

t.. product or 'ages The:. farmer neiU; for tht popular election of, Senator economy confidence in which this depart- "' r >.yaMc feast a* a great many things will 'o at cast, wad.] ill t
; largely in free maret. aril buys almost *. and we call upon the people! ofall government must be jealously maintained :
entirely .r. the protected market I the State to rally to the supportof number of i We resent the. attempt. of the Repvb-j I : o.e iutaace below coil to UI. We will ell. dung I this sale.ab..t'i t"

t I *. In the: most highly<< proVected the periling proposition and free-are of .which party to raise a false. respecting j
industries roth a* cotton: and wool. their ratification. people. the. judiciary It i* an unjust I
.tl and iron the wage of the laborer We note ..graUficaUor. the un- 1 i are the lowest paid IB any of, our aJ.JDOQa _nun> r.t in favor of publicity Kailroa44 : '!: zens to assume that they lack re- I. $10,000.00 Worth
a u>cknn_. We. denourx the Repwb- before. the election I of campaign Telegraph :j ji ':' for the. courts. :
T lHan pr' enae.on that sub>ect and assert contnbotiona-e measure demanded |i We favor :' "It is tbe function of the court to
that American. wage are established in our national platform of 1&O4 and and rate ; the law s which the people I.Iterpnt I. ami it will net nay you to miss it, at you will be able I* bay at this
by competitive conditions aril) at that time opposed by tie Republican press and if the laws appear to work: : .
' not by the. tariff party-and we commend the. ['phone fines I i nomic", social or political Uw price fee yo.r future needs a* well at for you present itqaiie"Tiesrti. .

We" favor the immediate downward lJfJDOCra c Home of Reoresentatives ,, commen. *. i* oar duty to change Ij1a.rtice./1/ This i* aa opportunity that will act likely present tttctf,
for extending. the doctrine of publicity the .. ; inI I I':
revision of the existing high and. in !! The only basis upon which the
f I many cases, prohibitive tariff. duties. to recommendations>> .verbal and written I I companies I I II i of our courts can stand is that I._ agate t. the bay in f public of Kiiummee aid .earby ,.....

insisting that material reduce oa- be. upon which presidential appointments {I lines, by the. ,, unswerving justice and protection'j:
speedily made upon the necessaries> of are made to the ownership and mission. I 1 life personal liberty and property. I I.
life. Articles entering into competition control of newspaper* and to the eipenditurei judicial processes may be abused j j'
with trust controlled: products made by and in behalf of property should guard them. against abuse. : We Will Pay Freight
I and articles of American: manufacture. those: who aspire to presidential non- reproduction || Experience has proved the neces ,
which are sold abroad more cheaply naOon. and a point for additional value that I! of a modification of the present
+ __ than at home, should be. put upon the: lustif '-atwr, for thi Ygulation to the fair and relating to injunction and we : ..! W town order. *-CASH ONLY AT SALE PRICES. Can udaspect
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free rift enormous tiptr-3tu. of morel rn We favor l the pledges of our platform' .
k We recognize that our fjctem off t...-).alf .,f :.r.. 1'"-'.<..Ier.a ,d hi* pre- ''effectually! f5'Xr and 1i M "fft favor of-a meal .: the line and if you do not wish to buy we wiO I be glad t.skew *

f tariff taxation i* intimately/ connected de'es-sr. in the tnt enter for thekepitdecan press. t-4. 1 which passed the United State yon taro (n anyway at you wilt likely want U My ianittisme, -

., with the bunnes of the country' and norrar-ation for Prc rid.-ntI'rcnidewlisl panies from in ]Ki*} relating to contempt and if do not have friend. 'wh
you you may a neighbor or a wiD.
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we favor the ultimate attainment of hih Federal Courts and J providing for
the principle& we. advocate by I legislation F'ri.antt with tdie+f_. : by jury +in cases of ,indirecton-
that will not injure or destroy The rrx>vfmrit toward more popular! I''legislation I 1 ..
legitimate industryWe IfOYerr.mer.t should be promoted }jof I I stock '' "Question of judicial practice have .
1 ': -:-:"-:-:-Hi v: iKISSIMM j
denount.tM action of President, through 1 legiMalioft' ir. each State :' roads n. especially in connection ..sthndurtnaJ
Taft in vetoing the bills to reduce th* which will) permit the expre jrx>n of and disputesWe believe. that
r" tariff. in cotton woolen, metal*. and the preference of the elector for na- ,, which will parties to all judicial: proceeding
chemical schedules and the farmers' Uonal caLd.datel> at Pre id rr.tuil I pnm ''' tn.rdf'<' be. treated with rigid impartial .
free lit bill 1 all of which were designed ants 1! permit care and that injunctions should not be : [[ FURNITURE CO. I IJ. ;
to give immediate relief to'tb.ma.a. We direct that the national j comrnittee j|duction that if no industrial dispute. were in .i
.- from the exaction of the incorporate in the call for the tion of &' .. .. I 1:
trusts next nominating convention a requirement i vice or do The expanding organization of in-j/. EMORY RUSH .
The Republican party while promising that all expressions of preference vest menu. us try makes it essential that there .il

i i tariff revision, has shown by IU for presidential Candida jthall +[ ... be no abridgement of the right : We have useful. Kitchen for if l
tariff legislation. that such revision is be given and the election of delej the wage earner and producers to a Novelty you J&I.. j
I ifi not to be in the. people's interest and gates and alternate made through a j' We oppose for the protection of wages .I ready fat one, ask for it. :
bavin*} beers' faithless to its pledges. of primary election conducted by the or the tbe improvement of labor condi I'
1908. it should no longer enjoy the party organization in each State and we beli ., to the. end that such labor or
confidence of the nation. We appealto where such expression and electionare try will be "v"r and their members should j

the American people to support us not State law. and business 'j'I' be regarded a* illegal combina .Ml I I I Ml I I I I I I I I I I I I I IMr I I M+ >00- -00.< 060000400 00 .
in our demand for a tariff for revenue Committeemen who are hereafter td in restraint of trade. ,
., only. constitute: the membership of the tematic will -We pledge the Democratic party to
Democratic national committee and as enactment of a law creating a deI I
t "' High Coat eJviag.. calities i
,4' whose election is not provided for by of labor represented sepa
Iii 1 'r" ':i.::,. The high cost of living U a serious law shall be chosen. in each State at with ] in the President's cabinet in I .
.- "1, problem in every American: borne. The such primary election and the service nation by. department shall.be included
J i ". 'I'+ . il{''Republican party in it* platform attempt and, authority of Committeemen trust. : subject of mine and mining." Osceola Lumber Co. Inc /
'--4 to escape from responsibility however chosen, shall begin immediateljr of Bank the We pledge the Democratic party so I I
:, for present condition by denying that. upon the ,receipt of their credentials public 'u the Federal jurisdiction ez-
dlI they are doe to a protective tariff. respectively. of business. : .. .,. te an ......J.....&' compensation
them this subject of ; I{ for !! -
We take issue with or providing adequate indemnity i
subject and charge that excessive Campaign Con I ri but ions. should of these have : ': to body or .loss of lifeI PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY WORKS
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prices result in a large measure from We pledge the Democratic party to i .
e the high tariff laws enacted and maintained the enactment of a law prohibitingany of of absolute I I Conservation.We I

l, by Republican party and corporation from contributing to complete believe in the conservation and
from trust and commercial. conspiracies a campaign fund and any individual I use those of who the: development for the use of all the Rough and Dressed Lumber {
3 fostered and encouraged. bysuch from contributing any amount alva We of the natural resource of the ;
law and we assert that no substantial reasonable maximum.: I Otfr forests our sources of - _: 'r- J
relief can be. secured for the depositing -.' supply, our arable and our minI -
7 people until. import duties. on thenecessaries Term of President.We ,! controlled favored: | lands our navigable streams and Sash Doors Brick L'imc' Cement }fj t
of life are matrially reduced favor a single! Presidential term the other. material resources, with
and these criminal consipracie and to that end urge the adoption fan for political I our country has been so lavmh- ,> Plaster Shingles Laths era .r
broken up. amendment! to the fonntitution: party to ,! endowed constitute foundation "
I ; making the President of the United posit by (
our national wealth.! S..C'hAdd I-i II GENERAL BUILDING
t .__ .Anti-Trust Law. States ineligible for re-election, and banking legislation as may be necessary, i MATERIAL iI i
t A private monopoly is indefensibleand we pledge the candidate of this contention national and : prevent their being wasted or ab- I
I therefore favor to this principle. crimination j I inter- I Kissimmee Florida
i intolerable. We by special or privileged
t proved !
i the vigorous enforcement of the i the ., j should be enacted and the policy L j
Democratic Con by i
< criminal as well as the civil: law their conservation should be rigidly
against trust and trust official, and At thin time when the Republican. I to. j jI 'I
demand the enactment. of such additional i party, after a generation of unlimited (jf equal I I The public domain should be admin- I' r
legislation as may be necessaryto power in its control of the Federal lion of ( : I and disposed of with due re- j t i
make it impossible for a private government, is rent into factions, it I tion of rural : to the general welfare. Reser.
,' r monopoly to exist in the United States i* opportune to point to the record of finance. Th & should be limited to the pur, 4
We favor the declaration by law of accomplishments, of the Democratic: I that an I which they purport to serve and r,
,d I the conditions: upon which corporations House of Representative in the Sixty- credit : extended to include land wholly i| I-
1 shall be permitted to engage! in second Congress. We indorse its action made so I therefor. The unnecessary l i
interstate trade jncluding, among and we challenge comparison of whether a from sale and settlement.
others the prevention of holding companies eta record with that of any Congress may be + enormous tracts of public land upon I 9
of directorates ofstock which has been controlled! existed 'and
interlocking by our opponent in the United tree growth never
i J watering, of discrimination in *. vor I ; : be promoted tends only to re- FOR t't'.t
_ I' price and the control by any one corporation We call the attention of the patriotic banks to lend development create: discontent SALE '
of so large a proportion ofany citizens of our country: to its record of their bring reproach upon the policy:
I industry as to make it a menace of 'efficient economy and con- We recog-n conservation. )
f I to competitive, conditions.We utructive legislation.It education and The public land laws should be ad ,
condemn the action of the Republican .- has, among other achievements, tions for .:: in a spirit of the broadest Livery Stable that is Up-to-
{ r administration in compromising retia d the rule of the House of Representative teaching in beraJ ty toward the settler exhibiting
I' with the Standard Oil. Company so a* to give to the representatives with the I bona tide purpose to comply there-
1 the Tobacco Trust and its failure of the American people to the end that the invitation of Date. iri all its appointments. \
I: i to invoke the criminal provisionsof freedom of speech and of action in advocating government to the landless should

the. anti-trust law against the officers proposing and perfecting We renew as attractive as possible., and the
of those corporation after the remedial legislation. platform provisions of the forest reserve i
court had declared that from the undisputed It has passed bills for the relief of of our permitting homestead entries to be J. W. MILLER
facts in the record they had I| the people and the development of our velopment of I! within the national forests "
a violated the criminal provisions country; it has endeavored, to revise present '' not be nullified by administra- ,
.. i I the law. I the tariff taxes downward in the interest sissippi I', ve regulations which amount to a Kissimmee a
(, We regret'that the Sherman antitrust of the consuming masses and thus ment for the I I I ; of great areas of the same Fla.
law has received a judicial construction t te reduce the high cost of living.It by additional I Ilion I settlement
';. oJ depriving it of much of its has proposed an amendment to below I I Immediate action should be taken c
't I efficacy, and we favor the enactment the Federal Constitution providing for control of Congress to make available the
7 " of legislation which will restore to the election of United States Senators their utiliza and valuable coal deposits of
d the statute the strength of which it I by the direct vote of the people.It in the .. under conditions that will be
r baa been deprived by such interpre has secured: the admission of Arizona lands and perfect guaranty against their fall-

e I" tation.. and New. Mexico as two sever- power instead I into the hands of monopolizing ,
I Right of the Stales eign/ States. to continue: : associations or interests. .
I It hat required the publicity of campaign destruction I, We rejoice in the inheritance .of ,
t We believe in the preservation and : expenses, both before and after We hold resources unequaled in extent
maintenance in their full strength and I election and Axed' a .limit upon the sissippi river or value, and i... the develop ..L.
branches integrity of the three co-ordinate (I election expense: of United State. The of a mining industry unequaled Nice. Home pose to Lake. ,
\ of the Federal government f Senator and Representatives. water for th it* magnitude and importance. We
'c .b. axecotiT, u.. legislative and the It baa also Get
passed a bill to prevent the building the men who in their hazardous No. 460-A new 6-room the Habit
li< Judicial I-each keeping within it* ownbound p i the abuse of the writ of injunction.. Integrity of underground! daily risk their lire lam lota. 6Oxl64 feet cottage two f.
and not encroaching the each, splendid SMOKEBoone's
;' upon i It... passed law establishing an vention of extracting and preparing for oar well of artesian "
fast powers of either of the others.BelioTtnc eight-boar day for workmen on all and its the product of the mine, to es trees.' Call water and fifteen bearing
orange ;
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that the efficient
most Straight
national) propo-
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public work. ing in to the Industries, the com sition. Price $1.200. j
: ..olt under oar system of governmentar It has
1 '. passed a resolution which merce the and tbo-comfort of the people 24tf H. M. Breaker t
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,> ,, to be-attained by the fall exercise forced the President to take i Imme vice and the this country. And wo pledge oarl'V. Co. Made In Klaalmine*
.by. the State of their reserved sor'oraigM diate steps to. abrogate the Russian property .* to the extension of the work Tke 41
*, wo denounce a* osuraUott Clfar with tkc Reel Taste
'J' I "I'I power treaty. alone 'can be the bureau of mine in every way ,;.
-J. .. the effort of.oar opponnt to And it has passed thc greet nppl eraL..... for national legislation A want ad. in the Valley Gazette Box'trade solicited ,.'ewe '?
iI doprtro the State of t any of the right bills which J lessen waste and extravagance To riew'of aafefuardinr the live baa never yet failed to Look Won l .
produce ter
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ilf FRIDAY,, OCTOBER IS, 1912. ',, THE. KISSIMMEE VALLEY'' GAZE1 TE.t'' J PACE "
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name given the' Miami .rive-Rio dos :
Defeat of Tilden Maamas. Later the name. was sim- CITRUS CROP WILL --- ,- .. .
plified to Miami. '"':" '1'': '

,Colonel'Ewan.has 'a fund, _of.' ..i.interesting A.
'Daae Vote of the early days BRING
By -County's. history MILLIONS
and anecdotes of pioneers stowed ., .

'-;, -p-----, away-In his head,-and it-is-the.- epe 1 Orange,; Grove j-f:
of The Metropolis to give its readers :;

Oh, kerosene how 'many'' crimes told him he must 'be crazy., if bethought some of these interesting accounts in AGREEMENT WORKING WELL "

have been committed In .thy name I I I would vote..for'a Republican -; the ,near .future.-Miami Metropolis .

The over-turning of a lantern in President. However, I was 444444400444004041', . ,: ,.
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October,- 1871,'caused the burning of sworn together with several other Property' .
the city of Chicago, entailing a mone- Democrats but, it made no difference, 4.. SPEAKING KISSIMMEE 'I' UNDERSTANDING REACHED AT :

tary lOll of. $192,000,000, and,the for the return made to the capital 'GAINESVILLE, STIPULATED_ . _ "
over-turning of a l lamp in the city of showed that seven. votes'. had been 0404404440,000404004The L : :
Miami (or Maama, .If it was then cast in Dade county',and that all ,of NO/ORANGES. TO BE SHIPPED .', 'i ., "

called) In Dade county; Florida, in them were cast for Rutherford B. Blue -and White War i PRIOR TO.NOV. 5. : .Fof"'Sal :

November, 1876 caused the defeat bf Hayes for President and William..M,., Ft.: Press That Blue and i 4--
'Samuel J. 'Tilden'for the presidencyof Gleason for the State Legislature. Myers Kissimmee r
White scramble at for
the United States. In both instances Democrats Were in Majority. The. following dispatch is taken .
Board of Trade members to -- -
". the product of John D. Rockefeller "I -foreot how many votes were have come to a ,close with appears the honorsin from the Jacksonville correspondence! : '
caused dire calamity though cast in that election in Dade county, favor of the Blues and the Whites of the New York Packer: ,
historians have been unable to decide I I though the records ought to show have been called to the for. "The citrus fruit crop of Floridafor
which, occurence was the most horrible and I am positive that the Demo- upon pay this season should run between
feit which was in the form of We have 50 of land the corporate limit
paying acres good adjoining ,
the over-turning of Mrs. crats were far in the majority. for. nice The Gazette 6,000,000 and 7,000,000 boxes. Some A
O'Leary's lantern in the Chicago Everyone was talking: Tilden in the a menu spread.which will- be of .the large distributing and trans- of a nice town of about 2,000 people where they have good school
table on that early October morning those days and I know that the Demo- prints prepared portation companies declare it will
which, while it starts off with 'and church privileges this has 17 of and '
; tract acres grapefruit
in 1871, or the over-turning of the I cratic nominee received a (good vote the next thing is white reach the latter figure and may run orange
lamp in the polling place in' Miamiin here though of x-ourse we cast a small blue horse points radish and so It, alternate all more. The Packers' estimate last grove, just beginning to bear well will grow more valuable
the early' evening of the election I vote year was 5,000,000 boxes and the shipments
down the line. Wonder they haUn'trubbed each and it is-a splendid and good loin
every year; property a
day in November five years later. "But Mr Gleason reported that totaled 4,700,000. The citrus
it in the Whites and not
on
When Mrs. O'Leary's' cow kicked I the ballots had all been obliterated fruit crop now on the trees is the tion. .
durned thing to
allowed white
aver the lantern Chicago became I by the kerosene and that he was able onthe a card. Probably figuredIt appear largest since the freeze of 1895. The We also have a 60 acre farm in' the same neighborhood: that
famous the world around; and when only to-find seven votes in Dade crop for that year was estimated at
white wine
that and
.the lamp fell off the table in Miamion county and that these seven all voted white out though meat the good 8,000,000 boxes. Last season the all lies nicely, every acre good fruit land and now has & fine bearing

that fateful election day Dad.e I II for Hayes. The oth>!r votes :were put things. Yes. ado among; grapefruit crop was only 50'per cent. orange and grapefruit about half and half. This
county rose to fame people in every I down as worthless, the officials being\ -4-- of normal and this season the crop grove grove
civilized country on the globe asking sure only about these seven. Ahl! The Beauties.- will undoubtedly be twice as much as brings good returns each year can be bought on favorable term,

: "Where is Dade county, Flor- I I "On the strength of the seven Kissimmee Journal: Kissimmeee last year, it being estimated that of payment and will pay large dividends on the price each year.It .
Ida?" I| votes Mr. Gleason tried to get into claims the honor of being the city there will be more than 2,000,000 '
And all because of that little old {,, the Legislature and did demand his of pretty girls. The peach blossom I boxes this season. There is a splendid is owned by a non-resident who will tell it for less than.. it is

kerosene lamp in the house then I f seat, but he was later thrown out and complexions noticed on every hand crop now on the trees and many I worth. Located half a mile from a large lake that it 5 miles
known as the residence of Michael the Democrat was seated. are' not artificial, but made naturally new groves are bearing for the first
Zaris Rutherford B. Hayes was I I I "The old timers all remember by the everlasting sunshine of the, time this year. Shipments began wide and 12 miles long where there is fine fishing and boating. I
foisted the American about the time when .Mr. Gleason October 1 and the fruit is now mov-
on people as Marvel city. The man who secures this grove will be fortunate indeed as it will
their President, and Samuel J. Til ,I was Lieutenant-Governor and of his It is probable that Editor Reese, of ing at the rate of 400 to 500 cars per
l" den, the Democratic candidate, who trying to get to be Governor when the Kissimmee Gazette, smiled over week. Reports from different mar pay a large income and is a delightful place to live with ordinary

was rightfully elected and should Harrison Reed, who was in the chair, this paragraph. lie feels a sympathyfor kets !are that the fruit is well colored good buildings. ti

i have been seated, was relegated to I was under impeachment. Mr. Glea- an author so guileless, for be it and giving satisfaction. also
of the records Between and We have in the same neighborhood the' Thomas Grove
\\I oblivion. I son. !got possession known that Joe Hugh Reese is an 4,000,000 5,000,000
t! Dade County Defeated Tilden. and the State seal and all he neededwas authority on beauty for has he not boxes of oranges and tangerines are and 60 acres of excellent land, Joining a fine large lake and this '

It has been given to but one county I the keys, so one day he calledon lived among the flowers and beautiful on the trees and heavy shipmentswill ; lake is connected with 6 other artificial canals that I II
. in the entire history America to the Governor and demanded the women of Leon ? ApalachicolaTimes. begin in November. Some anxie- I by so one can
,; decide the election of a President of keys, but on a gesture the curtains in ty is felt by some of the large distributors visit all these lakes by boat furnishing a splendid place for a
thf United States, and this one county the executive, office parted and Mr. --4- because of excessive rains ,I pleasure Nine of and
I is Dade in the State of Florida. Old Gleason found himself looking down Road From Melbourne to Kissimmee. which have continued for some weeks resort. acres oranges, tangerine grapefruit

+ timers-pioneers-remember the incident I the shining barrels of six muskets, Titusville Advocate: A petitionwas and they claim that if such weather nice large bearing trees in splendid condition. Ten acres more i

,1\\ : all too well, but newer comersto But that's another story. circulated in Titusville, Tuesday,, continues through November, it will I of land ready to plant. The of this land another i
Gleason' and I the establishment of soften the fruitso owner owns ,
this section of the State are, for Personally, Mr. looking to a good have a tendency to '
the most part, ignorant of the im- were the best of friends," said Col- hard surface road from Melbourne, it will deteriorate rapidly and carry grove and desires to sell this one. We want to show it to a prospective

: portant place Miami and Dade countyat onel Ewan, "though we were opposed in Brevard county, to Kissimmee, in. poorly. The fruit now looks well anda I buyer, introduce him to the owner and let him deal direct.
\ one time played in the National politically. Mr. Gleanon was one Osceola county. The petition was few cool nights will color and
political game. For had not that of the greatest men who ever livedIn generally signed by the people of sweeten the crop wonderfully. The It is 2 1-2 miles from railway station and convenient to school. 1

lamp fallen off the table and had the Florida and few men did more TitusviHe, realizing that this road will fruit is much cleaner than last season Fine-Colonization Property: We have 200 acre of good: cit--
entire vote of Dade county been count for the State in the carpet bag days bs of great benefit to the people of and will run to a larger percentage I
ed as cast the history of the American than he He went to England and Melbourne and vicinity of brights. The size will be rus fruit land with a railway station!! on_ the'l IeodL2 Uro- ___

people would have been different and studied orange. growing, and the somewhat! ..smaller: an -always the good town ; splendid 2-story, 8-room house afore building, large
_ -school-children of today would {,rte-State ha,.Tvcr -pro'fit'ed-hy what the case when trees are heavily loaded. f
| I FLOIUU.mLH; AT nHE .\I''. barn, feed lots and 10 of splendid
: studying of the prosperous strides learned while abroad Oranges will run largely in the 200 garage acres bearing orange

made by these United States during The Whole World in SuNpenHe. sizes while grapefruit will be about I and grapefruit grove with quite a number of budded peach tree; '
the administration of President Til "WniU-] waiting to get,; the vote Prominent Part They Are Taking in as usual as to size, but of cleaner appearance r ,
and skin of finer texture. 40 acres more Und fenced and in cultivation ready to plant to y
; den in 1877-81, instead of reading of from Dade county the whole world Attains of the Georgia; Conservatory a
'. the inane administration of President I was in suspense, not just the United Gainesville.The The Florida Citrus Exchange will grove. This is v splendid proposition for locating a number of
ll Hayes-the mistake in national poli- : States but Europe as well. For on al ; probably handle 20 to 25 per cent of
I Chase & Co. will neighbors, in the same neighborhood and there are sufficient improvements -
the while prob-
tics. Dade county rested the fate of the Tampa Tribune has .a correspondent crop
,' The vote that year-1876-was 'nation and the fate of the two aspirants at Krenau, the Georgia conservatory ably handle 10 to 15 per cent. The to make it valuable and interesting. We want to show
l close throughout the nation and the for the presidency-Hayes and of music at Gainesville. remainder of the crop will be ship- this and introduce the
I! vote of Florida was required to de- Tilden. Sunday's Tribune contained a hatch ped by independent growers and shippers you property you to owner. ;

I ode the struggle; and the vote in "We didn't have railroad trains of news fom the' Georgia college to the large northern distributing The reason we do not give prices on these grove i i. because '

t .,Florida that year was close and the 'and automobiles in those days, it which will be of interest in "'Ioridageneraily firms who alwas handle a large people frequently think they know all about it and wait until they I :
'S'ete of Dade county was required was impossible to cross the Everglades and of particular interestto percentage of the fruit, reaching
to decide the contest at home. But and as there was no telegraphline the towns from which the "'Ioridajtirls markets in every' State of the Union. come; but we want you to write and ask us about these groves, #

fl that little old lamp fell off the table, and no telephones, means of hail who are achieving distinction The agitation regarding the ship then we will go into detail tell about, all their condition, surroundings '
1 the ballots were obliterated by the communication were retarted, it taking in their college work. ping of green fruit was brought toa
,I kerosene, the Tilden votes could not a month to get a letter from The following items are culled from head this year when lion, W. A. price eta We have grove in prices ranging anywhere from

be counted-and Dade county was Miami to New York and get an answer the letter of the Brenau correspondent McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture $2,500 to $50,000 each. Can suit any reasonable minded person
recorded as having. gone Republican.This back. Everything had to be in the Tribune: and R. E. Rose, State f'hnmist, and
made the State of Florida Republican done by steamer and that was slow. Among the first of the literary others connected with the Agricultural who wants a good Florida home or investment. Have fine truck-

and this resulted in the Finally the returns were certified classes to organize for the year 1911- Department of Florida, submittedto farm, city property? etc. Correspondence solicited.
election of Hayes by one vote. showing Dade county to have gone 1912 was the Juniors. They electedas the growers a standard for imma-
How It All Happened. Republican, this in the minds of their president Miss Virginia ture citrus fruit and advised its adop-
Colonel J. W. Ewan, who has lived some, showed that Florida went Republican Makinson, of Kissimmee, Fla.; vice- tion. A meeting was held in Gainesville -
in Miami for the last thirty-eight the electoral commission president, Miss Cynthia Stevens; August-, and was largely at-
'seated the electors from Miss tended by the exchange and independent ++
years voted on that fateful election Republican secretary and treasurer Mary ,
day casting his ballot for Tilden- this State and along in February Blanton of Griffin Ga.; class editor growers and after ,considerable -

"never voted for a Republican President 1887, over three months after that for the Brenau Journal,. Miss Louise discussion the following resolutions NELSON REALTY COMPANY :,;

in my life, sir" he says-and he lamp 'fell off the table Irt Michael Liddon Marjanna, Fla. were passed unanimously) .. .., ,! .
".. i / ji "** i i .
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has a ,vivid recollection of the occur- Zsris' house, Rutherford B. Hayes The Orpheum Club,, the musical' association "Resolved That it is the sense of L' ','.. .t"'", ''
;4, Republican was ,declared elected of Brenau, was reorganized this convention that the report of
re"The polling place j that fall of President of the United States-all Monday night and is arranging for the" Commission be adopted and shall Over Citizens' Bank" KISSIMMEE FLA.

1876 was in the house known in on account of the vote of Dade coun- many pleasant musical entertainments obtain until the 5th day of November -
those days as the esjdence of Michael ty cast in the polling place in Mi- during the seatlon. The officers elect- in each year and every year.
,f Zais," said 'Colonel Ewan, "I ami." ed were Miss Lucy Ferguson, of Provided, that after the 5th day of

I 3 do not remember for sure, but I believe Tells How It Happened.Hon. Beaumont, Tex.president; Miss Louise November in each and every year the
': that was the ,only polling place] Jefferson B. Browne, now a Boyd of Palatka, Fla., secretary and standard shall be that if any orangeis
I li in the county that year, though it isi4 resident of Miami, but who for years treasurer. two-thirds of its area yellow, it ,--.---. --
.i4,! possible the rolls may have been I lived in Key West and who has been The conservatory seniors have shall be considered as mature "and Tit t

.{ open remember at Eliot it now s key., opened The polls at, as the I Ih one cratic of party the wheelhorses during many of campaigns the Demo-, formed ficers Miss their!! Lucy class Ferguson and elected of as Beaumont of-- for following shipment resolution and consumption.was also adopted The- .....................4...t

in the but instead how the final Tex. Miss lona Peterman, of : .
usual hour morning, explains act was accomplished ; EMIL MACH ERNE T
i of closing at sun down as is Colonel Ewan disclaiming Dothan, Ala., vice president; Miss "Resolved, That no variety of oranges $ MACH
f..dar4 on ,
sat CO. '
'i now the rule they did not close un- intimate/ knowledge with national Opal Overheck, secretary ; Miss Ethel or grapefruit be allowed to be .
til after dusk. We of course, did I politics during that period. Haycroft, of Ocala, Fla., treasurer, shipped before October 1st that" has
Johns of Balloc, S. bloomed in that calendar year. : :MACH: :: :BR.OS
r not have electric lights in those days, "When the returns were certifiedto I and Miss Gladys i
\ kerosene C. class editor for the Brenau Journal Since the adoption of the above
and the room was, lighted by a the capital it was finally decidedto ,
lamp. send Republican Presidential elec- !- resolutions several arrests have been '
i "Just as the polls were closed and tors and to neat Democratic State of- made for shipping grapefruit under : Livery, Feed and Sale Stable .
enactedby 1
i the judges were about ready to count ficers," said Mr. Browne "but two the immature fruit law ns
GROWING; SWEET J POTATOES.;
r the vote, the lamp and the ballot I sets of electors went to Washington the I Legislature of the State on Agt. International Harvesting Co.Everything {
floor and there Democrats for Tilden and June 6, 1911. Up to the present time
box fell on the was pledged A few farmers planted *
years ago
confusion, naturally. What Republicans pledged for Hayes. This the shippers have secured legal ad- .A..LL :ECi 2
great sweet potatoes because there was their 2Sa6; I A4Y :E3.A."tTJLW'G..
'i caused the over-turning of the lamp was also the case with South Caro- better to the land, vice, given bonds and replevied t
J'do not know, but I have never been lina and Louisiana. The constitution nothing occupy fruit and shipped same and it is understood .
1 I and as it took only a IImail' quantity that one case will he carried new and first class. We render prompt and 4
Ale to get it out of my head but says that the electoral college the table the
surplus, or
to supply .
n of the satisfactory service day .
Court night.
to Supreme as many or
J' that Governor Gleason, as we called shall certify the returns to..the Presi- bulk of the was ( to..he. hogs.
crop *
\, he Governor -'dent of the Senate, and that 'they growers claim the law is unconstitutional. .
him (even though was never cattle and horses. Occasionally a load
will be watched ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT
The outcome :
do with it shall then be counted. But whomare
.; ) had something to by could be sold in the neighboring towns
for he put forth every effort toY they to be counted? The Democrats for twenty-five cents to as high as with much feel interest.there should The majorityof be some Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 Z.N
profit by the occurrence. maintained by the House of sixty cents a bushel. If sweet pota- growers .

. t 1" Gleason"Mr. William Was County II. Gleason Officialdom.ws then Representatives.long story short,However the electoral] to makea commission toes was were considered spoken of a joke as a or money ignoranceon cropit law immature to prohibit fruit. shipping green Gainesville and .......... ........ N.... :i

t clerk of the Circuit Court, ex-officio was appointed to canvass the the part of the speaker. The .resolutions passed at -
was understanding -
Clerk, County Treasurer, returns. a gentleman's ,
County --
have ---- -- --
conditions -
But changed.The - - -- --
.F} '... Tax Assessor "This commission among the shippers that there I
County Assessor, County was composed.of has
demand for sweet potatoes grownto
and a Notary Public, butt live Senators, five members of the the extent that they seldom sell forms would be no shipments made of II I
though he held these several offices (House of Congress and five SupremeCourt r than $1.00 per bushel, and in the grapefruit before October 1, or oranges -
before November 5, and: it is
1 he could not be said to be self-serv- judges. The Senate appointed market the demand is always greater
understood that it is being carriedout
ing, but always looking out for what thre-i Republican Senators and two ,than the supply.
best for Florida. He was also a Democrats, the House appointed two as only a very -few boxes of oranges -
was I The land in this section, as well as w
The
candidate for the legislature from Republicans and three Democrats and have been shipped. crop
all parts of Florida, is well adapted
ABSTRACTS
oh the trees is in excellent conditionand
; Dade county, running on the Republican the Supreme Court named two Republicans to the cultivation of sweet potatoes.A ,;
if weather is favorable] and the
r been and two Democrats. Of the
ticket. Before this he had few days ago, while in conversationwith -
entire is marketed, it should
"' Lieutenant-Governor of Florida. fourteen there were seven Republicans two experienced farmers, the following crop
,:' "Well, Mr. Gleason naturally and seven Democrats, and it was information in regard to the bring into this State from $12,000,000to t
I wanted Dade county's vote recorded plainly to be seen that the result cost of the production and market 14000000. I OF TITLE ,
side rot much would lie with the fifteenth man.
on the Republican so ing an acre of potatoes, was gleaned.
,; on account of President Hayes as on "It was proposed to appoint. Judge Planting, seven days, labor; $1.50 tire Signals:
his own account. So when the, lamp Davis, a Republican, but a very fair per day, $10.50.Cultivation to
tipped over and the ballots were man, but when this was learned and marketing, seven Ward No. 1. Central portion of city I
1 spilled on the floor out of the home- Judge Davis was appointed to a vacancy teen days, $25.50.Fertilizer one long blast of whistle. ,
made wooden ballot boxes, and in the Senate and Judge Brad- $20.00. Ward No. 2. North lCisa lr'mee. two Lands in Osceola County
everything was mixed up in the ley was named. As expected, all the Total cost of, production and marketing loner blasts of whistle.
kerosene, it gave Mr. Gleason an excellent votes were eight and seven, and the $56.00.A Ward No. 3. South Kissimmee, three Furnished
.' chance to say that the returns Republican electors were seated in fair estimate of the yield was long blasts of whistle. 8-tf by .

,,' were mixed and that it was every instance and Hayes was de- 250 bushels per acre, and an average -
impossible to say for a certainty how clared elected late in February, 1877." price of 85 cents per bushel, which'is R.
. many votes were cast and for whom Some Early History a low estimate, the grower will Quid alt futurum era, faire. qiifr<'re, et G. JOHNSTONCLERK
Quom Fore dl rum debit lucrnAdpone
\
. they were cast. Colonel Ewan says that Miamiis realize $156.50 net-profit from his ; neo duke.I amnrpMBperne ; ,. 1
"After considerable time Was lost fifty years old, possibly older. He acre of sweet potatoes, or about $6.50 : puer, neque tu chorea. OF CIRCUIT COURT
F in chasing back and forth between has in his possession commissions appointing per day for his labor. .
the capital and Miami Mr. Gleason-- him The above estimates considered
postmaster at Miami are An expert cabinet maker man takea I
,,,' .' was instructed to investigate and ob. and at Maama in the early seventies conservative by several farmers new piece of furniture and make it -. 1i
; ton as nearly as possible a correct these commissions being among the to whom they were shown. Over four look as if it was two hundred years Prices of Abstracts arc Governed by Statutes of .
.
,1 w statement as to the vote of Dade few valuable papers saved from the hundred bushels of sweet potatoes per old-and so 'can the average smallboy. the State of Florida ...
r. county. He came down and swore fire. According to the colonel the acre have been grown on cow pen .
,. tat several voters though care was exeIMd original name of' the town was land. ..
V ' f In swearing. in Hayes men, I Msnmn (prononaeed aa though there Most peopl. are anxious to ,
member of his asking me ifs would were a 1 yphen between the letter FOR RENT. aiffM for .*!. at thin from the noise when a'man petaway begins '. ...: "

t 'r. wear that,I voted for Hayes, but I "a"), named from the old Spanish ,office 10 cents see!,. to blow his own haln.L I .,,' tat t;(

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!kT i I I 4 I JC1S3IMMEE. VALLEY'; GAZETTE. OCTOBER tA 'IS If 12i

i? I PAGE< ;11. .u' ._ ----=-- u, THE FRIDAY, ,
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IA J LORIDA"GROWfRS" .. 4 '\
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t SHOULD'KEEPCAULE .. .. .+ .. 1
I ', ,; : +. ACTIVE CHRISTIAN . :Frail ,and: Vegetable.Packers' ; :
Kbrrecf Slrape < + .ENDEAVORING., 4 + .
4 4 .
: IT SHOyLD BE A PART OF ALL 0--4 . .. + 4 4 +. 4. 'T

V ,. REGULAR FARMING 0 : 4 Supplies
j, f Ob4000004004404400 :
OPERATIONS.I ,. :. ;,
i! I '
J Instead of a news letter this weekwe .

:k ," t eR s Y X I 1 I Cattle give a atropg;; rich look to t I readers will,the share mimeograph with our letter newspaper being w'. I": ne1aut and best stock! in the State. Promptness t' 'i:,

rye IMI !r aN ,e wt r t ti any country. Herds give a stable sent over the State-by. the Christian of, delivery consistence in price and honestyin ..1
look to the agriculture of a section, Endeavor Union, and which was) writ quality throughout. ;
I .
{ M'r doing away with that "hand-to- i
ten by the
11 r' caw ,,,. l mouth that so often attends secretary. .
I'i : appearance % SPRUCE LADDERS with hickory round, any --- ; '; -
/ I the agriculture of strictly A Business Letter. length/: '
I cropping sections. There i is a feeling Dear Endeavorers: The third quar-

when cattle are present on the farm ter of the State Union year com- PEARSON. $ CEMENT COATED NAILS. 3d< t
that there will be something for tomorrow
menced October 1st. The
officers and
r I;l ( dr + as well as for today, and superintendents are proving faithful, and 4d and needle pointed specials for liooples ,
the history of the world proves that each trying to make this a good year. boxes.
this feeling iy i well founded. It would 4 4 4
be very hard indeed to cite an m1 NATURAL ORANGE WRAPS, WHITB
-, 1 where the agriculture of a Many societies kept up all summer
ri' stance ORANGE BOX HOOPS
BIRCH
and the WRAPS
has retrograded with cattle I rest were mostly to begin .
country
again the first Sunday in October.We CYPRESS FIELD CRATES GALVANIZEDIRON
I and feed as a regular part
l I' growing to be with full
expect running for
of the farming operations. On the STRAPPING for field crates. Strips I
1't' forces very soon, all over the Union.
) i other hand unnumbered instances are
't '., Our AdIH 4 0 loading etc.
/, known to every man at all acquainted !
ii' ,: 1Of! with farming conditions, the country -j I Please see that in each society both Ask for special prices "on crate material in carload ,I
)1 where the introduction of I Y. P. and Junior, some one is chosen "
'
I over lots delivered to any point in the State. \.
'i This Paper 'the cattle business has fairly revolutionized -I to officially serve as press superintendent -
'; farming conditions; where I sending me items of local
1 wealth of the soil has come to give news at least once a month. Most
4 } ', . Because we want all the men in wealth to the dwellers of the soil. I societies have grown very negligentin W. R. FULLER .
.: 1. town to know about KOKHECT They Benefit the Land. this way.

\ SHAPE Shoes. We feel: sure I This is true of the South as of I 444 Hendry Knight's Terminals, Foot of Franklin St.
I Miss Lela Brightwell, West Tampa, -
I that beside being the most | other sections. During the writer's I '
travels over the most of the Southern is trying to serve as introduction su TAMPA Phones 207 and 690 FLORIDA
; and the best fitting
stylish t States the truth of.the assertion perintendent. Keep her informed
w'' KOIIRECT SHAPE Shoes that cattle bring fatness to the land when members leave you for several

;l'' ? are the longest wearing has been verified many times. The weeks or a longer period. Do not !'!!
I t'; p shoes that can be bought South is bound to be a cattle country forget to tell her about the students
II' / | some day; the indications are going away from home at this time of
for the money.
too strong to misinterpreted.. Man year. $3.65 to LAKE CITYAND
'
t .
+
1 LET US PROVE all over our land are awakening to
;' IT! our advantages for cattle growing Miss Ruth Wyandt, R. F. D. No. 1,
I .. I and our needs for the rejuvenating Tampa, would like to know of open
: \ effects that cattle bring to the land. ings to start Junior societies that she RETURN ---
t tt The proof is so ample that cattle may get in touch with such places. -FROM-
K Kl4 i, may be handled successfully in al- She is doing good work and deserves r
most every section of our country our support.
that the business can no longer be + + + ::.KISSIIMIIMIIEIEVIA:
.. I placed in the questionable class, and "No "
money coming in at all, has
J : all that is needed is. just men who just written State Treasurer S. Z. .
J. L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. | will give enough study to the sub- Douglas, of.DeUand. lIe meant the -
i ject to. learn how to handle animalsas silver! quarters which each member of .
I they need to be handled under our the Young People's societies are expected -
.1 conditions to make the business profitable I to pay for State Union expenses '- ATLANTIC COAST LINE
--- "
I Men are needed who will in the year. Not hardly a
s study how to grow the large crops |, dozen societies have yet paid up The
of tattle feed at low cost, because Juniors can also. help. if they wish .- .-.- --
of "economical"meTfiocTs( of handling, but their assesrrent is but half as
who will kill the scrub bull on sight, much as for grown up Endeavorcrs( ACCOUNT REUNION FLORIDA DIVISION U. C. V. .
and rely upon sires of tried blood to 444
sire animals that will bring a reason-
Three
district conventions are coming
able price when ready for market. and plans being set exact, for Tickets on sale Oct. 21st: and :2'Jnii, with final limit Oct. :>.? 'lh
Men, too, who will give; strict attention -,,I] Southwestern, Central and Orange
to the little details connected
I i and Osceola. Others expect to follow"I
a. .@ !: with the daily care of good cattle !I j in getting down to business For tickets, information etc., call on nearest Atlantic
much of depends
which w> success
upon
<00 *
Coast Line Ticket Agent, or

I' Will Prove Money Makers.In President Coffin wishes each soI Y. R. BEAZLEY, J. (1.! KIRKLAND
I Ii I ciety of Seniors to remember that ifa
** Four times as much in first cost i South all I do my not acquaintance recall one over instanceof the fund for field work is raised the Traveling Passenger Agent. Div. Passenger Agent

t f failure with cattle where ordinary workers will have to remember the decision Tampa. Fla.

-and five times as much in after I common-sense methods have been made in Kissimmee convention" - -" .- . --- .. ._ .,..
I, used, and attention given to the details "Five dollars during the year, from
cost-you are asked to pay for I of the {business-that are takenas each society Send the money to Mr.
d Douglas. If you cannot give as much
J matter-of-course informed
{. a by every i
cars no more"comfortable -give less and "if the Lord hath
sure or cattle man. The cattle farmer -
not-and will not- prospered" your society, give more.
may probably FALL, CITRUS BOOK
:t speedy than the Vanadium-built for a few years take quite as much At present we are behind almost all
other State Unions in field work,
cash off his farm will the
as man
r Ford. A rather expensive tribute who mines his land and puts every- which also means growth in number of entitled
?
I '. to >false pride, isn't it ? thing state. on But the keep market close watch in the.for raw ten societies and members.444:
+
f' years and not the condition of the The State. Prohibition party has Fer-Yalue ReceivedSent
Runabout $525 two farms at the end of that period: chosen our State president, Francis
ir I also take a look at each man's bank- F. Coffin, for its candidate for Con- F"-
I Touring Car 600 book'and see what is shown there. gressmanatlarge.. If wishing more on Request.
Looked at from any point of view particulars about this temperance arm }
.. Town Car -800 the truth of a great shortage of beef of politics write him, addressing
these' i cattle in the United States will be EuBtis. Please do not forget that This book gives the reasons for Fall fertilizing :;

new prices' f. o. b. Detroit, with manifested, and if the common peopleof Christian Endeavor .stands for Chris- ; description of formulas to be used, and :: < :'ct
our.country'are to continue to eat tian citizenship.
: all equipment. An early order will mean beef; the supply of cattle must be 444 amount time, and mode of application.:

an early delivery. Get particulars from enlarged. The South is the logical I am expecting to leave Interlachenthis I Ideal Methods have made the Banner
s: W. Downing agent Kissimmee Fla. ground from which this greater sup- week for attendance at the three
"i n+- ply should come because of the need conventions mentioned above; to visit I Groves.
of our soils for the rejuvenating ef- some other Endeavor centers and ,
I II I fects that attend the production of probably some church conferences. I
r; cattle; because of our genial climate, would like the prayerful good wishes 'i WILSON C TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. .
.. making the cheapest handling of cat- I of-.the so-workers that my traveling/
I tle because of the Mauufacturers of1'
possible; large -behalf of our organization be of
,- number of the best cattle-feed crops good to the cause?"tot Christ and the
t,. for which our soils are especially I church." IDEAL FERTILIZERS

", adapted, and because of the low valuation GRACE A. TOWNSEND. JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
at which our lands in the I Interlachen, Oct. 9, 1912. .
J: \ Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty i main-are held. I I Local Agent Waters <& Carson Grocery Co. .
1 My fellow farmer of the South, 'I
don't 'hear "opportunity knocking
11' I I I'P1: Ill: ()N/ l: at you your door?" I do, and you : THE THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION
.. will if listen I
understandingly.- ,
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i ,'.I roost enduring monument A. L. French 1 in the Progressive.

: : made. Will not get moss-grown, Farmer, Raleigh, N. C. NEW YORK WORLD

4 r, crack or crumble. Is more artistic

and less expensive. OSCEOLA COUNTYREPUBLICAN I R. S. FLOYDGrocer
I . I TICKET. I Practically a Daily at Price of Weekly J
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Write me and I will cll.
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JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O.It j For Member of the House of Representatives No Other Newspaper In the World
Mil (siren no Much at so Low a Price
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CAPT. CLAY JOHNSON Ku.immee.
r The great Presidential campaign will
County Treasurer
: and will want the "
soon begin you news

t ., we use Riviaio aconOMr oooi c...-...00.- .... "...C..TOC"' M. II PORTER. - Kissimmee. accurately and promptly. The World .,

f I' ,,' AN HONORABLE RECORD FOR OVER 20 YEARS County Judge: long since established a record for impartiality Get our prices on

(, G. G. MoCLINTOCK O. J. TOMLINSON, - St. Cloud. and anybody can afford its
I ,II Thrice-a-Week edition, which comes
3 gal: ) Wholesale Produce Commission Merchant Sheriff HAY GRAIN FEED.
: every other day hi the week except .
p, p I I 318 "North' FroatStraat Philadelphia, Po. WARREN KING. - Killimmee.I Sunday. It will be of particular valueto ,
-!SPECIALTIES--
+ '! ALL CITRUS FRUIT SOUTHERN VEGETABLES PINEAPPLES Clerk of the County Court: you now. The Thrice-a-Week World which we make a specialty100000tI000O0O0ltOtttigOttouOg000O000t
I .I also abounds in other strong features,
IN'" CAR LOTS OH LESS'
M. ANDERSON 'f
J. St. Cloud.
4 '1 serial stories, hi mor, market., cartons
When yoU start shipping Citrus fruit mail
,. me the Dill of lading and
t I will advance you money On it. Write for shipping stencil if you have Assessor of Taxes: !: In fact, everything; that is to be

+. ,:. '1 none. Kcfnrenccs!! : All Commercial Agencies and the trade in general. FRANK B. MUNSELL. St. Cloud. found in a first-class daily.
Yours respecttullyA' '. THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S <

41.13-pd G. G. McCLINTOCK. Tax Collector: regular subscription'price is oily $1.00 C. A. .CARSON. }. A. CRANFORD. 8. ... LUPPER.President. .

.. A. M. DOUGHTY -: St. Cloud. per year, and this pays for- 166 papers. Vlea-Pnaidf-nt. BaentarrKISSIMMEE .

__ _- Superintendent of Schools: We offer this unequalled newspaper and
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the Kissimmee Valley together
DR. C. S. COOPER. St. Cloud.
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lUll 11I11 IlillllffMIIH-
for one,year for $1.75.
County Commissioner: The regular subscription price..of the ; LUMBER CO..

OUR FALL CATALOG J. F. BULLARD. -' .- St. Cloud. two Advertisement.CloseIn papers is 260.,

.(- I. 'y IS School District No. 3: .

k ',; t SEND FO wYOUR COPY J. O. McNEW. - St. Cloud. Resident Lota. oCt Rough and Dressed ..

Justice of thePeace. ,. : ,' Two Iota very, one desirable of which close-In is a corner resident

,.' Maas 13rothersS1rg (( B. F. RAILS -.. St. Cloud. lot. These Iota are on the water, PINE LUMBER
; sewer and electric light lines. Local .
j'- Ceutable: ed three and one half blocks from

L pu qffCentm-of.J'HI/1Wor'f C V. KENNEY.St Cloud. Broadway, and two blocks from
; Oiceola High School. Just the place: ,

Advertisement, 424tjapagasSjiaaMMMSMaj for a fine home.. We are offering HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ..
:Z'. 1 TThmpa..Florida- naMSSBSSBSBBSBaiaSSBasaaai, these Iota for a abort.time at a'v.rjr
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FRIDAY.. OCTOBER 'IS,1112. :THE :KISS1MMEE VALLET GAZETTE If PA'GE 11. I;

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1. Supt Sean. was instructed: to ,have -
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Proceedings of I lame recorded. EUCALYPTUS TREE . = ..,

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Chairman Bass and Supt. Sean re- -- -- I

" the School Board ported,thatthe St. Cloud School had The Application an Demand for.Florida Land Bed'
t been completed as per contract,, and Cannot
Supt. Sears was instructed to draw SUPPLYJOUNTIFUL Appreciated -You..Until'Y'u; 6
I" warrant for-f 1,000 in favor of N. F.' ; Have Vuited OU"Be ,rltihI.CifJ/ mTHE :n

MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD Bass, same being the amount of balnoe .. . I . ," .
... MEETING.Kisdnlme.Oct.. due on said contract. ,HIXON HAS FINE""URSERY' .. .. '- < .
Salary of teacher of School No. 9 ": :r.

.> 8, 1012.. was placed at 5.00 for,balance of '- ;; c ,. _

t The,, Board of Public Instruction term, the monthly report of teacherfor FIRST TREES WERE GROWN ON .." .

.1''' met in regular session, there being said school showing an enrollmentof ' '
.' ,present W. C. Bass, Chairman, E. E. of pupils. KISSIMMEE PRAIRIE -THOSE ) ; < \l : i

'l Brown and" W. W, Chandler, Also, There Seine' no' further business, ABOUT. SCHOOL. HOUSE ;. 't :i. . : ,
J. Sears Supt., the Board adjourned,. to meet again MeKAYREALTY: \ '4"\. ,,.' . .
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..' Minutes of the last meeting. were on: Monday. Nov. 11; 1912. ....FROM HIS S. I ;: _. : -'": {, iLL :-
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read and ; approved.0 WrC.TBASS, a 1 .,j '
B. C. Miller, County Treasurer, reported Attest, W. J. SEARS, Sup; .1 ,: ;" ,
follows The Valley Gazette's recent article .
as
To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction on the planting: of eucalyptus tree-- : 0
444444.4404 444044404 rather the desirabhlity of planting >
in and for Osceola
County: 4 4 eucalyptus, haa brought forth good j' CO. ,, :.
4 COUNTRY LIFE. 4 /
I herewith tender my report as ruit. Since that time a number of .
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of Osceola County for the trees have been planted out on the ,
Treasurer
Month of September, A. D. 1912. 4444444444 444404444 public school grounds, and the Ga-I r ,, *. M. >.a.', ei .;;;

Ueaeral ehl Fm... zette; has two letters on the subject. I 1The Wholesalers asd Retailers ofTimber ; tw: .
To balance from last report 308 21 A good many city folks have an first letter, that from Mr. Nixon, : k
To amount received from Idea that country life is dull. The Is slightly in error in saying that s ff
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loan Cltl.ena Hank. ? 11,900 who his his .
man studies gardens '
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amount received from the Valley Gazette had given John i "
To Contpt May redempt._. 7 11 groves, his trees, his flowers, his M.. Lee credit for the trees set about I! and : .
.To amount received fromTax crops, their fertilizer needs, the season the school building.: The Valley Gazette '! J

'\$1.00\ ; Col.11111. poll$..00_tax_-___110.___, 8 00 weather conditions; who fights : merely suggested that such !' ; T. '
,- weed, insects, rodents and other various trees should be set out and that Mr. :; \:
._ 111.118.11pV pests; who studies the mating Lee had supply. Mr. Hixon's let- : '
warrant a* per list __tll.OIH>> 01 of different strains of horses, came, ter is the first Information coming: :; Timber Lands. ,;

By balance _....-.- 111 *? sheep, hogs, poultry, pets, bees, for to this paper, and this is the first. j
.....-. ._! IMetHet Me. .* the production of the most desirable King printed concerning the trees ,'. '
To balance from last report 44 qualities In' their offspring; who that were set. The editor is pleasedto I .. .
-. |. studies feeding methods; ,who takes If .," t
fay balance _--, 44 know that Mr. Hixon has taken I I-
SBBehel Ul.trlet N.. S. part in local politics; interests himself such an interest in the propagation I! ,.
To balance from la.t re- in lodges, church, roads, of> the plant! and is certain that he .. .:., :'. ., {
port ____.________-_.--- 1.100 00 schooisl .
by paid warrant a> per bridge. 1 neighborhood doings is -a public benefator. The letters in ': '
hat _____00________________ 111 25By will have all the excitement" that question follow: t : ,r .
balance ____hUu___ 1ln 01 healthy minded man needs and f .
Bab-Hebe IM.trlrt N.. 4. any then Kissimme, Fla. Oct. 81912. !
balance from last re- some.
To Editor Gazette In-an
port __ __ 4 t1 82 Then, down here in Florida, the : article published -
To amount received from with and I by your paper last week con- E also have desirable and
skies seem nearer, moon some
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com pi. May r.d..mpt.n s_II' stars almost within reach. The book cerning "Eucalyptus Trees For Public ,I W : ; ;
Grounds the idea is carried out "
481 S8 of nature is always open. The leavesare I : .
warrants a. per The cloudsgroup throughout the entire article that J.,
By paid
.list. _______.______________ 11 91 the themselves passing days.every day into John M. Lee raised the eucalyptus I well improved Orange Groves near to Rail . ',i
now being placed around the
By balance 411 17 paintings more wonderful than any campusof ..1 .
....-...-_1 Dl.trtrt N.. 1. from the human brush. The flowers your High School, and that he has ,
To balance from last report J7 :J more of the same, of field planting 4'
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balance ;ti have their procession each monthin Road Church and Scho t: We ''most '4 Jrll
Ul B.-C. Miller, Co. Treas.Warrants Florida, showing different varie- size, ready for distribution. Unfortunately + own :
the writer
of the article ,
ties.Through the the artists and I. mistaken and a word of correction I
in the sum of $11,224.21 ages would not be out of place. The trees of the
were examined and cancelled in open thinkers been and trying poets to tell and us the preachershave truths) In question were propagated and property. we are offering for sale,. ""

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session. brought to size the Kissimme I ,
and warrants written in this wonderful book, planting on ;,
Bills were approved they have not exhausted the meanEvery prairie, six miles north of', '
issued as follows: Bassenger. When I left the prairie and balance we hold options able to '
w. J. Sear., .alary. Supt. __ 10' 00 ing. on so we are ...'
W. c. II.... M. H I'. 1.__ 4 .II'' day you may if you will, I brought the trees, about 250 in I ,
H B I. M P L 2000 find meanings all own, for ev- number, with me and potted themwhere
eeehwandteer lour
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- W.:C.W Miller Co. -Trca __-__- 221 fOB ery eye sees -for li eIrandevery; -f- waslivingthe "Reddllt 'I give you the besfof Terrris.T: '
on Hughey street. Later
J. R. Smllh Janitor School mind perceives according to its own property ,
No. I ____ -_-_ 30 00 gifts and limitations. I set them out in Mrs. George Maw-

K M. Evan.. salary_ _ teacher_ ___ 176 ')U Have you followed the processionof son's young grove, just across the
MI.School. A. I.-UII.T No. 1 u salary- tiacr-no the flowers ? Have you watchedfor street from where I lived where the If you have any property that you wish to exchangefor
..r. Sih.M.I N.. I 0000. 80 00 the coming of the birds and en- remaining trees are still standing. H.

Mm A. ..V School. slmpNon No... I Biliaryteachtr _ 70 00 joyed their seasons of song? Have C. Stanford._and Mr. Lee have been
.. teacher 00 noticed the glorious sunsets, kind in helping me to introduce themto
M. King nalury. you
School, No. 1-------------- eo 00 have you steeped your soul in the the residents of Kissimmee. Beinga a home in one of the best States in the Union y

Mln, A. Smith. salary. teacherSchool 0 00 glory of the moonlight nights? Have stranger here, I appreciate their .
No. Ln..u
Mice E. Futch .alary, teacher you welcomed the coming of the kindness. Mr. Lee has bought about I

School No. 1 __-_ _-____ 00 0" planets to our sky, and studied the 20 of me, some of which he has at call phone write what have and ,
Miss teacher C. WooldrldKe School No, 1 salary.- 80 00 procession of the starry hosts, until Southport, where'I set the trees out I or us you we can ,

.. H. Wilcox celery, teacher your soul has realized its infinite myself. Several property owners
School NQ 1 _- 60m 00 and immortal birthright? here have also bought a few each, as

.a K School Butler No.celery l-i teacher - 60 00 Let us try every day to get out I sold them at a ridiculously low find for you what you want. . :'
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the to introduce them here. I have
.. U Thoma.on. salary into the open and forgetting price
teacher. School No 1- 60 00 cares of money-making and money- heard Mr. Lee say that he intends .- 4

Miss N. Hart salary teacher_ 60 00MI. spending, read awhile in the "Open raising some for himself, but he did

School.. M.No.C. 1-Bryan, salary- Book," that we may discover new not raise these that are being set out .,
teacher School No, 1______ 60 00 beauties in the world around us, and in various parts of your little city. "
Ml*. M. ChLholm. 1 salary 60 00 revitalize our bodies and souls in I dislike to take any of the glory. I| ,

Miss teacher C. Stole School salary No., teacher- God's sun and air. away from Mr. Lee, seeing that he is'' -

School No. 1 --- 60 00Ml. Don't say that country life is dull. a friend of mine, but the facts re- ( .
.. K Towell. .alary, teach- Read Burroughs and Thoreau, and main the same. I ._- ..
er, School: No. 1__-_____ 65 00
.. M. Russell. .alary. say with Henry Van Dyke: Very respectfully,
teacher school No. 1 -___ 45 00 "Who seeks for heaven alone to save HUGH W. HIXON,
.. M. David salary, teach-
his soul
School No. a __ 40 00 Kissimmee, Fla., Dillingham Ave.,
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Mra. Florrle y; :i'tN.ali May keep the path, but will not Near Mabbette street Glasses for Young or Old Folks '
ary, teacher. reach the goall; :'. .
(I month.) _.-_-* 80 00< While he who walks in love may _. !I ..
Slefee, salary,
)lr. J. H.
j., teacher, School No ..- 41 00 wander far, North LaBelle,,Fla., Oct. 11, 1912.
),(1.. Janle Stroud salary.teacher Yet.God will' brie him where the Editor Gazette: In your issue of.1 < l
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School No. Tr--- '
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u__ Rhoda L ucae. solar y. blessed are. Kissimmee Valley Gazette, dated ,/ should be' selected ,,with equal care. The : .
.'T -te.cn.rr School No. 10-___. 40 00 Oct. 4th, we note with pleasure the I
I* U Jordan, salary, teacher. article on eucalyptus trees for the sight of either may be ruiued by the use of i
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School 'No *0 _________ 00 40 00 THE HOUSE BY THE t
streets of Kissimmee
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sUggestd
as by
M. E., School Jamison N6 salary 20___,__teacher _____- 35 00 SIDE OF THE ROAD. Mr. John M. Lee. glasses not accurately adjusted to the needs of

Juanlta teacher.Thomp.on School No., 20.alary.______ 30 00 We gather from Mr. Lee's description -, the eyes. There's only one safe way to buy
of the tree he wishes to .
.. Florence, salary, plant, II
Mary Author Unknown.)
teacher. School No. 23_____ 40 00 ( that it is the E. Robusta or Swamp glasses. Hare your eyes examined by expert r/
salary, There hermit souls that live with-
MI. Lenle Hays are Mahogany. A strong, upright grower
teacher, School No 29.___ 40 00 drawn t optometrists like and thus make of obtaining .
Mr.. Kellle Welherber. teacher. broad wiry leaves stands temper I us sure ._
School No. 35 ._ _u____ 40 IHI. In the peace of their self-content; ature of 24F., bit not lower. How- '
Mellta Johnson .alar>'. Teacher There are souls, like stars, that dwell ever grows rapidly from stump i if just what the most delicate organs of ,
School No 40---------( 8(1( 00 I
.___ apart, frozen down. the -
W. J. Sears I Inc 3 moil 6U flO body require.
Valley Uasetle, prlntlnu-_ __ O In a fellowless firmament; We are planting this kind for street i i
Ike Hronnon, labor School There are pioneer souls that blaze and yard decoration in North La- c
Nn. 2 it _u_ _ __ _ _._ 6 SU their paths Belle. I,
labor HthoolNo
J. L. Uulton
J8 __ *? Where highways! never ran;- Trees planted in the street should I I
C. F. I're-ait, tables-__u_ _- 12 !1ft hut let me live by the side of the road be well boxed to prevent cattle from. 4

S. No D. Kllpatrlck.16 ._ __ _labor_ u_ school___-__ 9 2a And be a friend to man. rubbing them ddwn. I
Steel' Furniture u. Co. desks. We would recommend the planting'I

VKr. ?... Vch-oo-l_ "1_..' "S. ft Let me live in a house by. the side of small treea any time after March j C. A. COLE I Jeweler and
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K Uonenan. In..N8c 1 of the road 1st. In one year they should be ati i -
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jjo. ] u .. n_00 _-_ 30 00 Where the race of men go by- least 12 feet high.
Boiler Liflner, I".. School The men who are good, the men who We are enclosing our booklet. If I Optometrist
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No.. A lTt m.l labor -School are bad, we can serve you in any. way the .

*No. 10 .__ __u__ .. _-000. sooMl As good and as bad as I. pleasure will be ours.Sincerely. ,
*. Albina Smith grad fom I 110< I would not sit in the scorner's seat, yours,
MI.. M C. lIr)an, Krad com 1 00 Or hurl the cynic's ban- WEAVER & PARRISH. I
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R. M I<:van. grad.
Uk Co. bookc. School I Let me live-In a house by the side of .

Tampa No. 1 0. __ _ __ _ _ -_-_ __ 228 I the road - -.- - - -

T.No.1 W. lolls, ___ un labor_ _ _-School__n.- 6 7BMia. And be a friend to man.I ,
Katherine Shadoan. ..alary. -
teacher School No. 49, 40 00 see from my house by the side of
4 American SeKlln. Co. .up. 20 00 the road Paint Paint
Paint Paint
.. Urave Supplies, School Paint Paint Paint PaintI
No. 20 ______u_ _____ __._ 6 90 By the side of the highway of life, '
a W. O. HankliiB. Supplies. That men who press with the 'ardor I .. ,
School No. 1 and 18 84 00
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.... Hans. bal due 8t Cloud of hope, .l I
N.School No 16 ___________ 1.000 00 The men who are faint with the "'
Mr. M. F. Nears, rent room 10 00 strife. '

O.oeola Hdw No. IS Co. _Supplies'School __ _. *4 20 But I turn not away from their smiles
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O.c..ola Hdw. Co. Supplies. nor i
School. Nos 1 and 211 .___ 4I 6B Both parts of an infinite pianist 0-.
Miss Ro.a UoKero. ..alarteacher. >', me live in my house by the side of
State. School Hk No.Lakeland 4.-- -_ 46 00 the road ; "The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"

Amer.loan. .0 days .u________-- *.00 00 And be a friend to man.I .
State Bk, Lakeland
Amer.let eo days ___00_________ 40 00 I -
B. A" McAdoo. labor School know there are brook-gladdened
No. J| "_ ___._?__--__ II* 2G t tQ meadows ahead

-' ' W BaVs"ani labor._ __Schools I" ISWarlnK And mountains of wearisome BUY
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Nos. 81 ---
TradingCo. Supplies I height. S. W. P. Paint Kyanizs Varnishes
: ** the .tool
School No II -: The road passes on through long
n U Starling. labor. School__ 70 afternoon E; THE For Floors, Interior Woodwork b
No. 1 Known the World Over
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W. I). Scmmon.r'laboV. Sch..1No. And stretches away to the night. -CiS and Furniture: 2!
7 ________ & 00 But still I rejoice when the travelers BEST
C. E:. AdamV."labor. School rejoice, Q.6 cs.

BNH. Step'hVni'jabor.I "schoolN.0tm1m'(8rbr3)Co"iumb.r 10 00 And weep with the strangers that 6 IT IS ECONOMY ,.

8a 68 moan, 8
Nor live in house by the side of ;..
School No. 18 (Sub. S)____ II <6 my
Baled"n, labor School the road I Mission
John H. Stains
Nq. 18 tSub. I' _.------_. III 00 Like a man. who dwells alone. AT Alabastine Wall Coating
1f. 1", B.... labor, School No. .
.1. ..______---------- jf II the side The Stain with a reputation It is the BestROSS
Let me live in my house by
Supt. Sean was instructed to secure of the road '

a deed from the Hunter Land Where the races of men go by- ,

Cdmpany for'; an acre of land, as per They are good they are bad;they are I
&TMment for Greeley School, No. 18. weak, they are strong, GRAVES '

Mr. Reeves having resigned as Wise, foolish-so am I. ;_
Supervisor of School No. 29, the Then why should 1 sit in the scorner's '4 un. /II.N that AWN"' .r. TnIIIe" .,... i'" ". '
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Board appointed Mr. Ike Bronson as seat "

,, Buperrisor.of, said schooL Or hurl the cynic's ban. "
\\ r. Patrons of Alrer School filed a deed Let me live house by .the side Paint. Paint Paint '1' ';,' .
rosy Paint : .
Paint
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. > ;1fotanaers.of.hmd.for, school pur.. of the Paint Paint

,I poses,'..nd the same was accepted.' And be a friend to man. I' ,

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I of House shall fee neoess.rr to pas vory bill ;r'Jol. RIVERS M. D." 1
Inconsistencies in Rates Notice (lection.A ..*reaolutlon. All biOs. or Joint resolutions M. ,:
so1't'Aed shall be signed by the. .presiding offlxwr '
. \.' r.\, of th.i respective* houses and by the "Hecreary .- PHYSICIAN md SURGEON,
. of, the Senate\ld-tbe-Cl""hl Ui. Mouse .
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AC.WR1FEIN t 'D --WflKRIttj4fbegI5Iatflret1OI1ud3411"' of : : -- ( "':" -
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: "unarge oy' orne'rapers did t>.*. lhn0 Joint KonolutlDtmmandmonUf propo.1n5 The yotea..a..t In compliance wIth; said proposed

1 - t -.- ,- I L .. 1 -.-"", . . ,' ._.."......_.. . ,; "" .-_. tQ the rpiUftUulloi) of thetste or, amendment; and t-he <.anvadooUr$ *. ....--P HONES. t r .ldeDO -53 -, -
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- : f -r Staple'-ancS' Fancy I Florida, mod the amo wem .11.1 tq.tjJ'e vote and return Ih.r til"balt be Hubjeclrd to : r Ollles 148
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of three fifth. of all the memier.eIee.ted" to : the same regulsllons mud restriction am are "t" ;' -

: I Last week'" issue of the Starke : '; I Ili' earhltounv lutlona wore) thatthovoUttt entered. upon ou- miM.Iolnl helr reMpecttvJournaU Reso'' .btate provldiid of Florida by law for. .general" uluntiou. In tho WINN .
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r H : GROCRIS Telegraph contained the followinKeditorial \ + + + + 000. .;. C. + 0. c' + + 4' 4. with the ayttvaud, pays. thereon. and IN TESTIMONY; WHKRBOF.!: I have be.... Wo .
., : ., th.y did dotonuliie. and direct. that .the Mid unto let hiv hand and artled the Oremt Seal of ,
; j ;: I : Joint Uowoluttloni be mibwfHMHl. to the elector, Ihe State of Florida at Tallshaiaee, 'Ihe Capital', PHYSICIAN
'z''f.". : +,+ : : I of lbS Html .t the Ucmnal E.wtlon, in No vein, 'hi. the tweoty-nfth d.y of July A l> 1 I2.H.Cl.AYClUWrCRU.
: "The Telegraph! : has. no .comp1ain\' bor, IVIJL' X (Seal) ,
.- NOW. TlIKRKKpKK. I. .II. OI-AY CRAWXORlKHocrflary.of 882:11: % Secretary of Htate. RESIDENCE PHONB Bit KiaaiMHSis,
$ + *
!)
against crlticUiti or. the law that
t : Fre Delivery to all Parts or I State of the\ Biatoof FJorl OrncE ProNB 1)7) Fix>st>A.TR. .
authorizes the postal .dopart.ment"1.O' + 4 da,do hereby t o noitoe theta J
,
: i"' 0'' the City: eend the local postmaster into our office li'-li't. . J,NERL ELECTION In Court of ,County Judge, State of

4. will be h )dfl In*.wh Tmwrt y In FJorM on Tn0: Florida DEWITT T. LJGHTSEY'OSTEOPATH :
I .. on the' first day of April and + + .. day nexf aiiocoodliiR the Cost Monday In No County of Osceola.In .
t i voinbef, A .D. J'HJ. the said lueaday bumS Ui.
October of each year with U demand / ra-ontata. Henry T. lltanro..t.oo . 1C PHYSICIAN
Notice I
I is .
FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, hereby given.- to all I whom It may
. 'O' 4 .
that wt furnish him a sworn Btate- O.t: the ratlflcaltun or rejection of the said thston tho lath.: 1 , ; , , . ment of the most intimate nature I loint Reoolulo.- proponing ..me"dme"to! lulHj shall apply. to the Honorable tico. Y, Office Phone 98

concei'ning our private buHineRR af- j' By II E. Stevens. / Iho oiiHtitutlon ot th* Stato: of Florida, via t tA .rarker, or his auccewor lu offl<'e, Judue, of said
: Court, .
I' an Jndgo of Hrobate. for a llnal dl. Rooms 3 and 4 '.i
fans We are in the day of such lejr- I Melanose is a disease of citrus\ JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing Amend charge as Administrator of the oauite of Henry
J. G. HOWARD in mcnt to rtlole V of the CouHtltutlon of the T. Stanford deceased State Bank Bld'g Kissimmee, Fla.
lation and this paper ill not going fruits that has long been known ; and t b"t.t the same
I Hit to of Florida Relative to the Judiciary* I>e- time I shall present to the said Court final. i(;
kicJ if the Florida. It attacks succulent my ---- -
I to up a rumpus even post- I young partmentBe accounts ss Admlnixtralor of said. Relate and
; niastei' comes around and demands to growth and fruits of the citrus tree, It Ronolvod by. the !Lcjzliilature of tho State' i ask for thulr approval R.--D. WIENENGA
"I D)
: Paper Hanger and Painter : know uhuh we had for breakfast, causing raised brown or scabs. Florida ; W J "SKA' UK.
Sf.ot.s Thai the .
following amendment to Article V
.___.;._______.__ o ham Or bacon The thing is as food The spots may be and of the tionalitutlon of the Stale of Florida relatlvn Dated July. g-;a. A I). 1912. AdminUtrator.HI I.am'6m ,VETERINARIAN
o as a 10-cent side show and we are scattered or irregulat and running to the Judiciary Department to be nura .* --1i

: Work Guaranteed : rather enjoying the fun. together to form circular markings, bored Section 42 of Maid Article V. be and the ]Notice of Administrator STOCK TREATED FOil
.hIl 1
la ALL
: name bore-by agreed to and he submittod DISEASFSj .
o "Hut we .share the opinion of the irregular flakes] streaks or bands. to ihe electors of tin SUte. at the federal

t If thinking of having any done, Ki8simmee Gazette as expressed in Sometimes the entire surface of the election to be held. oh the first Tuesday. after in Court of the County J ud"o, State of 'Florida. Day 1'hono-ZS;
; ORLANDO. FEA.JTR. /1
NhtPhnJH2 \
IbM fires Monday In November A. D. UHS. forraUlloatioii Oncaola Lounly !
: editorial elsewhere in fruit i covered with these
an published is spots, giving In 1. : .
please notify me through the P. O. or rejection to wit : re estate of K. Oliver deceased: - -- -- /
j4 this number of the Telojrraph The it a luxfietcd! appearance. The Hec. 42 Tbere .hall I bo another Judge of the Neil... I Ie hrebyp1y.n.. to all whom It mar oon

: Gazette appears to think that if a : greatest l loss to the grower results Circuit Court of LHival Comity in addition to cern that on the 27th day of January A. I). I'M.: N. L. BRYAN
J. G. HOWARD tb? Circuit Judge of the circuit In whit aaid I .hall apply to.h... Honorable Ueo F. Pmrkec. )
of the Is aimed at from this russeting and marking of
purification press Judge of said :
1 i 42.41 IHIfi county U situated Sunh additional CirooltJudge Court, aa Judge of Probate, for a :1
our law-makers would do better to the fruits The disease is wide-spread, shall I be appointed Governor and final dlachanre aa administrator' of the estate of DENTIST .
ri; , pay more attention to the manage- and is found more or less abundantly < ou firmed by the Henate..blotb hold office J.... K. Oliver deceased: and that ..t.h... same !}
. tor nix (filyenra. and ahall receive tbe name time I will present my Anal accounts .. adminis ..
Squires Building
ment of. the papers than to the ownership [ in all citrus-growing' localities in salary and allowautea for expnnMCH aa other. trator of said estate, and ask for their approvaL .
+ It calls attention to the glaring the State. Under favorable conditions Circuit Judge, but the name shall be paid by WO.LIAM C;. CASTER. |INew York Avenue
inconsistencies in the rates it ill spreading; rapidly and the loss the:; County of l.>u*a] btit: of the general revenueof HI Dated Imo JuyHh.(limo, ,\ A. 1). 1912. Ad llnllltrator, ST. CLOUD Io'WRIDA'Oft.
aaid H. shall have all tbe
charged| by some paper!\ for commercial from damaged fruit is increasing perform county all the dutin' that are or may powersand he ,;- --- -

l lI advertising; and the rats charged yearly provided or prescribed by the CRAYSTONEj b> the same papers for politic Preventive Measures. by Statute for Circuit Judge, and all atatuteiromnrntuir
I Circuit JudwH ahallapply to him Notice Is
: advertising, and hints that this ill a From the scientific data at hand it 1h., dlatribution.: of the hUHlnem: of: the ( irruit and by virtue hereby of a final given decree that of under foreclosure DKNTIST.: \\J

species of graft which is true The' would seem that neither Melanose nor Court ol nival County between the two Circuit Issued out of and under the ,
: OPEN ALL TIE YEU :I: the Rot could Judges and the allotment or aaMlftnment. of Heal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh 1
: present editor of the Gazette was Stem-End occur in a groveif matter, and Upstairs in Katz HuildiDjr
to be decided
- caatw heard or- Judicial Circuit
l ) 2.1>1) lo 3.60 per day. :I: manager of Hon S. J Hilburn candidate all of the dead wood were eliminated dered tr"M1. decreed adjudged Hhall be oou ida In and for of Osceola the State County of Flor In OFFICE! HOURS : l} ? fx ln' to 12 m' !;

for ('ongl"'R" in the last campaign It is, however, almost impossible trolled or made when necessary" by the Judge. a certain: cause wherein S W Young Iscomplainant ( 1 :,<0 Lo5:30p.: ro:
I monlh.H. of .aid who ,
week Court .h.UIu thu older "
: Special by or i: and it is safe to assume that ] to prune out every bit of dead In force at the time SuohaddlUtmal qoinminNlon Clru"t : ISIIas, his wife and, Henry Silas and Ida Telephone No. 7 6 Jun 5, 1 yr. .

W. THURIIAN. Pr.P. R. O. !'ORTER. III' I he knows wh'at he is talking about wood from a bearing tree We have < Jude** shall TV Hide in Uuval County: undersigned aa are Special respondents Master the In ;i

: It is a pity, therefore that he did not.go proven by laboratory experiments that A JOIN I RKHOLUTION PrmtoatDB an Amniid Chancery will aell at public outcry JJR.) W. W. CARSON
r +++++++++++++++++++++++++ more into particulars and enlightenus dead sprigs only four inches long will mend to Article 12 of the
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ r Sisteof. Flu Ida, Keliitiveto BXlucatloii.. be the Court House door. In ,the City of
of the in DENTIST ;
Which infections. There-
ax to newspapers produce repeated known. Section 17 ot "Maid Articln; 1'ro\'Iding KlHslmmre, In said Osceela County on
the Second Congressional Distrut "('x- fore the most successful method for lor the Xtifiiiauin ot Boutin by "Bp' Lfal Tai Monda. the 4th day of November A.
: ercise the same principle that all controlling these diseases is to Hi tiool DiMrUtM, for thp Uxcluiive; \ X'.. of 1) 1912 the following described prop- Office over Cole's J..welryStorf': :J
:
: prune Puhllcme School A lib In HU('h School' Dlatrict arty, situate i lying and being In the
\ \; W. L. YAK DUZOR railroads/ do, and assess rates as high; out and burn all dead wood from the and Authorizing the Lt'v.f"' Tax to County of Osceola State of ;Florida; Office Hours: 8-- \\i.: 1 -5 ;

as the tariff will bcai" trees Small twigs should] be removedas tnu luterurit aua KtHlemiitlon i of "'uoh ItoiidH corner of SW fc of 8W of Section
"The writer recently heard of some well SLK large branches, for the for- % Resilience 23 '
It Itcnolved the of II. Tp. 26 South 29
Be! hy J-cnislRtiire the "Slide Range E.
advertising{ charges that seem to mer are known to harbor the fungus. of Florida: thence! West 110 yds. thence North (;aiiniiinstcrcd for extraction of teeth

emphasize the (Gaz<>''lle'.. contention Pruning can best be done during the ThHl the following amonrltntnt tnArtttlcl'! 440 ) dH thence East 110 yOu thence -- ---- ---- ;

that there i is need for a classificationof dormant .season, and should] be done of the Constitution the Ht'''te of Flo Ida. tobe South 440 yds to beginning contalll-
and a fixing of I luteswhere before the trees bloom. k iivii a "' ",lion I 17 of ,nnid A rt.iiie.\ be, nol inn to HC'r<'R more or less'l'ims I ) I R. (;. E. I'AKKKK ;
newspapers of Hale
t i cash.
tht* Mttm> IN ..*.el\y KKrMM to and shell I be itiilinutted
Estate the of (the Roideaux! mixture and ammamucal Dntid. h.1 l october A. I) 912
Real : exigencies care in- to "tin "lecton of the ,,"'te.t t tbctuxt I Igcnrrs DI.NTIS11"I'l
'ito' abuxo .mil nxtmtimi. Appr.henl_ solution of inpppr carbanat1LMa1L4oJ1- cicci iou' of Ret'ri'n it,'a:i yes. I.. I... h.ld 1 S II UUL.IOC
_ _ _ _
'
' ,, .
Mirtr I
-
1rl1is59aiIi t'vj' !. for rutitlt, siioiTor rrjcrtion Chmtiieiry.ii ICI'': ) ': .:'. :
uvSstso'i.:4iI'IfRIAI'y-- -
-
\ ing t that Kditoi, J Kccs may wish toUiti' tiol :?MelanoHc) ; but in using either of I Ii (JEIOItt. -

1 ) t the I .iih.p| ,.t fuithcr, up gi\c,' these sprays the !glower must be prepared f-w.. 1 1. Th.* LeKi"lHt urc II1B) )"rovl.I l<. lot omplalnnnta, Solicitor 40 Bt Oflu.. Hours, ; hOii:( to 12:00 Noon

I: !hIm this i i mfoimation, i I i in ord,'r. I that IK to combat the scale] insects that petlfti IHX .H. )hiK l IM-tnct, 1<. IHU<' txindh, for ---- -- ---- I '((5)) (10 5;00 P. M

I ma\ niaki (,Ol11paJ'l-OI1! and draw nib are likely to come afterwards Two tll4. XcllISM, us.. Of I 111). ,llf* f Ht. H llOltlh, \t it hi nso < hti-1)lliilt"4: 1111.1.I .
KISSIMM13IE3 FLORIDA 'h ,, 'iMl i lux III .
) MM "Hp 'h'.J] iHtrict u h<'uiv
detiuclion'" as -i-cn- to him meet and and the second three weeks to one of Ihe 'd ol..torH i
niHJorlty < thereof
''I I piopi' 'i A candidate for a State of- thorough sprayings should] be made; u r.ho art tr.n.Ioldur l |1".IIII HlMll I>r\rnlh> rl4.rl.liI.Ii.it'"lM.I.N . If .1 PRR.KYSIMRK> ; ;. M nSpcciHl . \

; I (ice told us that the I lorida< Times- the first just after the bloom drops the iKHiiaiu. '. of 'H'h bondK.Wht . I 'I'I HAM! 'I'H'I:I!
nex er any HIH'n .pnd,1 Tax hchtHJl.Did
I Union chaiged him for advertising month later. tri<-t haft totted III fworcif ihe iNhuameof' ttnch -----

: : S. U. BULLOCK 1 his candidacy 70() cents per inch ; the ('a UNe. bond,,. H tax not lo vxctod. lIve mflU ..", the dollar '. 4 ItlaenM',\ HnriKltiK, llaink.. Ciirnrtt KlMHltnmrr.IS tun. V"l"rl..lii. I tn-almont Hltcntion jfivi'M to the
ofVom..n
Jacksonville Metropolis charged him The exact cause of Melanose] was I In ui'>' on*) year on the taxable I"ol'rl" impl.inii and .
w Hhin the i1ii.tr.totliifcf for the laHueol bondMHhitll Children.
5/(; cents per inch for the same service unknown until quite recently The disease I beli vied: I In nctoruain,:, ..1 with I law prnvirt I' a. i

/ and "Dixie" charged him $3 per was first described in 1896), but : lug for the I levying "f (ax..H. to bt umt a (fund z. S. tllllrr andurn.. II tllllrr. hIs .. lf-. Office
.
k for i he pa) maul of the I iutcrtut(" and, ICd'mp.lIoo lti.pdt.de.5 over CitIzens Hank I'HONE 1M
I" REAL ESTATE inch for like service. no specific cause was assigned Me- I of such bondHI'ropoMlng 24-3mospd

"Further than to that the lanose also thought to be due to II appearing l h afTidavit of ,'otiiu..l. ,
say was ; AmenilmenUt beftloun f One <1 1Slxleu \ ,
? ....................... I i : to rIWTIa. for Times Union and Metropolis/are reputed some physiological cause, or to certain (Hi;) and Heventeeii (17)) of I,, ttiiuthat ,
re** ((3)) of the Toimtitution of I he State of 7 S Stiller and Y.nrn II Mill,'?'. tliH P. A. VANS AGNEW w. B. ClAWrOBD -
t INSURANCE to he the most widely circulated conditions in the soil. B. F. Floyd .
: Florida. K"I.tI"'totbe Legislative Authority, <*H|>nnd<'HIM I 111I'r..l" nantcd a r.' nnnrpHldcntH !
papers in Florida; and that We have made a study of the disease along this of the Mate. of FloridaBeifcRfMolved of thi. State of Florida and VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATAW

i.; t I been told that the rates here mentioned line and his results led him to conclude by tbe [giHUturt of the btat. are rcsldcnlH of I.tnolr, In I h.. Stat. ctf I
,
Sorth Carolina, and that th -
fxamlnation of Titles a are their regular advertising rates, ] that the disease was due to an of Florida the age: of tv ..nty-ont' Y"BrH.< \ arc It over I.I IH .!.

we have no comment We leave the organism Thai 'he following Ami-mlmeutN to !Portion h.r..ror. f>r d<'rt'd hal Hand non : .
case with EditorReese who doubtlesshas ", The writer undertook study of the On,. U). "Section' Sixteen (ibauitl) section Seventeen roe Id"-nt R'm,pi,nil">ntH I IIP and IIw" art' : Otitre .1.1 i .>J 4, ealrrim haul BuildIng "
1 SpecialtY. U7)) ns amended, of ArtIcle Threw ((3)i) oj hprpby r. Hppc.u.r to the Hill ,
a rich fund of information on disease to determine if possible the the onatitntlnn of the State, of Florida be a0dthey of rvimplalnt J : i1..J''t In nald raUHt'. nn or Kissimmee Florida

the subject about which he has writ- exact cau e, and has found that Me- are hereby agreed to. and .b.IIIH' proponed pfnrp l Monday' thc 2nd day of I>ti...ni-

Corresoond Solicited. ten so interestingly in the editorial" lanose is produced by the fungus Pho- Stale for and approval submitted::: nr rejection to the: electors at the: next of geu this lions her A.'
reproduced today in the Telegraph. mopsis citri Fawcett, the same fungus oral I election hereafter that in to nay HRpd lt\ Raid HpHiitindfiitH
-+- that causes Stem-End Rot of citrus traction' One ((1)I) nt said ArticleThree ((3)) shall It IB furthpi' Ordered thai his txdti, : I
The Telegraph has opened a sub- be amended HO aa to rend .. follow: l h,' publinhpd oncea wok ftip fur
: up fruits. Numerous laboratory experiments dPctiou 1. (1)) The Legtiilative authority of . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Ii
ronHecutlvevppks In thp KiHHlmmValley .
i ) J. W THOMPSON\ which admits of broad discussionand <
ject .proved that this fungus was thintttate hil be vetted In Legislature. couiHtinir Uaxette a puhllxhtd
1 i different views.Commenting present in dead twigs and branches of a senate. and Home of Representttvea.aud .*. In Raid County and newsiiap'r Btatp Office State Bank Building

,.. ,. # on the last paragraphsof taken from'melanoseinfected trees, TUKE OF shall'HUB be STAUtOFFLOItIDAbutther.eopie designated THE LKUI-tLA; This October 11th, A. I>. 1912. Kissimmee. Florida
.- "Jol'' l"l"1. ,) ,/ \ the editorial will Ii. U. JOHNSTON. .. .
Telegraph's' we and melanose infection -was readily reserve to thernHelves I .power to propone Clerk Circuit Court -" -- -- ------ I
) ; ; !.trt. FUNERAL DIRECTOR that the rates charged by the lawn and amendment to the Constitution. of 1F. ,KRIBBljATTORNEY
.
say obtained from this dead wood. From Hy KLIZAHETH: JOHNSTON. ; ::! .
and reject snob lawa
tbe to enact
State or and
4 (Ii\1.; !'lJIi.f.\ , andLICENSED Times-Union and the Metropolis during 43-41 Deputy Clerk. I \f' .
!1' ,) ".1 pure cultures of this fungus, melanose amendment at the polls independent of theLugiMature. .
i1 : the last campaign were cast upon infection was readily produced, and auto reserve at Uieir own op- AT LAW- KISSIMMEE, FLA.
EMBALMER scales Both tion the power to approve or reject j at the pollaany .
I approximating equality. and both Melanose and Stem-End Rot act. Item. or section of any act or resolutlon. Modern Up to Date Home. Examination- -- t;'

papers charged $1 an inch for all mat were produced from the same pure of the Legislature, of Titles a Specialy. \

I Opposite Courthouse ter inserted without contract for culture A detailed account of these tb'\2)) The first 'power reaerved by the people .ft No. $3.500.New, modern six- Notification and payment of taxes of ,
than the immediate advertisement Initiative I and twenty ((4))) per centum of room cottage, bath lavatory, hot and non-residents
?
more space will later. given careful
experiments appear the legal. voter. ahall have the right to propone cold water electric lights beautiful
,
,
RlsaiMMEB ,FLORIDA inserted. Habits of the Fungus. any legislative meaaure and twenty... *' (.0)) attention "
: Shortly before the first primary the The exists in the (terteninm shall have the rlpht to propos expensive mantelx new furniture, nice .
funtfUs chiefly
amnndmenta, to the < o' by petition. ruga. House furnished complete ready :
Times-Union made a special rate for dead twigs and branches of the trees. and every such petition :. Wt\I\: : the ,lulltex : G.; JOHNSTON ,
: for.occupancy. Large lot H.U1471 feet, lOIU'HT
the three issuen next preceding the of
the proponed
measure
;
Under favorable conditions countless
date of the primary. of 70 cents an *UI) The second power reserved in ttte Refer on which :are twenty full bearing orange i
$1 lor $ Acre Month numbers) of fruiting bodies ( pycnidia') .
.2 ,
per per e ml urn and it may be ordered exoe>f>t BM toUa trees. Located in three and a ,
inch. The Metropolis made a rate of : .
containing spores, are produced. When utH.eHHary; for the immediate j>ren rai.on half blocks of the r>postofTice on beautiful ATTORNEY) AT .
56 cents an inch when a contract was sufficient moisture ill these of public peace health and iiafcty. either t b. LAWKISSIMfcKK
I : present, petition BiRued; by twenty (to: ) per onntum of Verona street in the very best
Bly n Ssmfford cslsry fartsi FlowlHK sraslssi made for ;500 inches, or more. These
w ll UsrsMteod. Knlilrrlcstlosiflmsi : spores escape, and they are then th* legal. voter, or by the IxtglHlature.44f . neighborhood Call and let us show -
j dral: .. &oodenb.:o$*. provssi district: rates wcie for insertion in the regular washed down by rain or dew on to ( The percentage of legal voters herclnbe. you this beautiful home. Terms on : :, FLORIDA .
i 80 isit.r.i.t. water and rail transport daily editions of the papers The fruits In four more days fore Mtated .hall be buned upon| 'the total nura
I or of if desired
young / purchase price.
part touts
c. .
tlo.. Our liberal contract allows olystars &* bar of votea caatatihe last general election MAIUKY T novas WA.UOW
for the
to pay out Title Bosld. 6j O..r..... rate advertising in regular the characteristic brown melanose for the State, officer receiving the nighettt number 24-tf H. M. BRHAKLK & Co. Late Counnal'for Judge of th*
Co. Sasiford Ha. 4Ulrr editions of "Oixie" was 75 cents anJ spots may appear. of vote cast at inch e ection.ft Florid. R R. C omin. Criminal Court
inch. In the course of the campaignthe ( ) All p titlonii submitted tinder the power
that dead
j Spores lodge on twigs or known "Initiativepetitions.
be &
of the InllUtlve ahall aa MASSEY WAULOW
-- Times-Union issued a special 1 political branches give rise to new fruiting ." and ah ail. be filed with thitsetrelary No. 466 It certainly is exasperatingto \

.. edition, purporting to cover a bodies which produce other new of Stale not lean than four ((4)): months procxi see an opportunity of making big, ATTORNEYS
I list voters in excess ceding' the date of the ..Icedon.t which the and then be able : AND GOUNSELLOB '
registered largely spores Thus the fungus is kept in measures HO proposed are to be voted upon I quick money, not to
of the regular mailing list, and the groves from one season to the and all petition* submitted under' the pouter of take hold of It. We can't buy all the .

The space in this edition was chargedfor next hy propagating in the dead wood. the Referendum" shall be 'known bu filed aa *'Kferen.with good things we sec, and we are willingto .uP7cl'ce.il. lite.< a".....the. also Courta bafore of the the Horidt lUtE
dum Petitions, and shall the
at the rate of $2 an inch. "Dixie"iSllued them along to our friends.Here's rued )
Coanmiasmon
Later in the season, after the fruitsare "Secretary' of state not more than sixty f one or more such editions dur- well matured after the final adjournment of the session ol a surelone: 113 acres all platted
pretty spores may \
ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY ing the campaign and the rate charged again be washed down, come in contact the LeKllatUre' which aball .have passed the and ready for sale in five and ten acre 11-11\ CHARI.EHTOH Bi.IHJ. ORLANDO. FLA. }'
measure to which the referendum IB applied I located within \ miles of ;xii ,,
tracts \V _
such _
for space in was $2.50 an with : our .
the stem ends of the fruit, the filing of a Referendum petition ag-alust
inch. The number of copies issued and, if the conditions are favorable, any item or section ol any act or resolution.: passenger depot, on and in close proxImity A NDREVV JOHNSON
by each paper in such special editions cause Stem-End Rot. It is readilyseen shall I not prevent the remainder of such measure to the best hard road in Osceola i

was represented to be about 40,000. that this fungus is a troublesomeone ((6))from Any becoming measure. I effective or amendment; to the ConStitution ounty. We are offering the tract in a ATTORNEY AND COUNSELIOR AT LAW \
The Times Union charged Hilburn under the Initiative and body at a very attractive price. No
and should be removed from the proposed Will Practice ;
'I in all Courts ,
JOURNAL $24 for one "interview" He didn't any measure to which the Referendum is applied further expense necessary to place it
at. once. .. vote of tbe quad State and Federal
grove .h.1be referral to a the market small tracts. See : i
on in us. .
have but one interview in the Times-
fled electors of the State and ahall become a
$ Union. The Metropolis, on the other : law when approved by a majority) of tbe votearaat 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Office adjoining Broadway '
FOR SALE. thereon, and ui, .n proclamation of the Citizens Bank Kissimmee
t : :- The Biggest Newspaper contrary, treated his candidacy with fovernor. and not otherwise. Big Bargain In a Home. ___!. -- "i
the same measure of fairness that The veto. of the Governor shall
(7)) power
in the South was accorded other candidates Buy a Good Farm or a Timber Tract not extend to Initiative or Keferendu meaa- Splendid new six room house, just inside F. II. JENKiNS: R. B. WOODMAN ""

; : "Dixie" has an grouch in South Georgia. urea approved, bv a majority of the qualified city limits fine deep well, lot contains -
especial Write for booklet of "one electors; of ground & WOOUHAM
today
my two acres good, new JENKINS
the and of the
against Metropolis, charges (H) Tb. reservation of the power
hundred Farms and Timber Tracts for Initiative and Referendum in this Article barn, wagon and buggy sheds, and all
The' regular of The Atlanta repeatedly that its news and editorial
price columns sale." in the banner counties of ahall not deprive the Lefclalature of the rightto under good, new fence. Fine location .,
Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 are for sale. That may be. repeal any law propone or pans any measure SURVEYORS
Thomas and truck
Brooks, Grady, Decatur for smajl' garden or poultry ranch.
C I have never tried to buy them, butI which I may be consistent I wIth toe Cotitltutlon i
.. cents a year. If you will end us do know that the Metropolis never Mitchell. Large tracts, small tracts of the State and of the United 8tal_; This[ la a fine proposition, where you Kissimmee Florida

\, your order, you can get attempted to demand for improved or unimproved,. fine level <9))n:1'r Legislature; shall make 'suitable pro will have the freedom of the country.
payment
vl carrying Into effect the previafoua .
sandy loam and red pebbly land with yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages -
reading notices about Hilburn and 01 this Section I
red clay subsoil, labor abundant, beat That Section Sixteen' ((16)) of said Article of the city, such as splendid high -
I the Times-Union did.
; The KIsslmmBE roads in Georgia, best cotton land in Three (3)) ab.IIM amended. so aa to read .. fo. school best markets churches, etc.
There few that MONEYBROKER J
were
newspapers Iowa:
Price .
.! charged their usual advertisingrates the South, good neighborhoods, Section 16. Each law .enacted whether by $1,500.24tf
Valley Gazette during the campaign.It schools and churches, pure free stone the legislature or by. the people under the In- II. M. Breaker &Co. New York Syndicate will Finance

and artesian water, plenty hog and tiatlve, ahall embrace but one subject and - -- -- Kallraads. Water Flectric. Mining TlmtferiM.lrrifmtlt" .

..nd th. newspapers is my of belief the that District few charged of the. I hominy, saw mill timber, turpentine aubiect matter properly ahall be briefly connected expreaaed the.with in. the which title Farm for Sale. OOOOp.nJup. S0"1". ;!.., 'YHOMACON.Stocks. c, $100: ..-

locations, cut over lands, colonization and no law shall be amended revised\ to huttithe Bout Representative ..
KIM. ...... .
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candidate as little as their usual ad- Located on good road
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onequartermile
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I only ; but In such case the act. as revised.
lands fine stock section
Atlanta Semi-Weekly< vertising rates. The honor roll is raising city or section, aa amended shall' be re-euacled and from city limits, good five-room

; brief. The Starke Telegraph stands : property paying 10 per cent and published: at length.: celled house, large new barn, thirty .\
That Section $ .no ((17)) of said Article .
; Journal with those that assessed an honest over.Write what wan'tand I will Three ((3)) shall be amended so as to read aa follows acres land twelve of which is in culti- I'a ,

and reasonable rate. Some of the me you vation, sixty young orange and grape. j
answer by early mail describing the Section 17 Every bill parsed hx the LepUlature -
fruit trees seventy-five peach trees
tricks ,
> both on. ?O.rt' papers resorted to to hold up 'property which want. shall Nt read by lu: title ou Its Sod
the candidates that cannot be con- you reading either Houae unless one-third of some plum and pear trees, one good S. KIMBERExpert
; Yours to serve, members aeaire U read by seotions. family horse buggy one
doned in the ethics of con- tbe present one wagon,
newspaper
FOR ONLY I 40-3t W. E. CRAJGMILES, Every bill shall. be read on three several two sets harness, fifty chickens ten I
$1.75 duct. There
were two newspapers Thomasville. days, unless .. .f the members present Expert Kcvslrcr of
\\.w- head cattle and all tools
to
that inserted HUhurn's announcement when ., may b* pending shall deem necessary

-- which was furnished in plate, severaltimes Advertisement. It expedient to d-apeuM with this rale. Kvery cultivate place A bargain at $2,500.
: bill fcha.il be read by Us. aeottons on its second Write us for term Clocks !
I ,' during the campaign and demanded Irish shipyards turned out .24 vessels reading and on Its final unless on Ita BREAKER, e ,
feih' 86-tf H. M. & Co.
Send in Your Subscrlp- payment for each insertionat second reading two-thirds members
last 657
*; Scotch yards vessels
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year present In the BOOM where such bill may be
inflated rate when had
an they and English yards 897. pending shall deem U expedient to dispense.with Jewelry Etc.

: 'J: '.. : :'fetlon Right Away been authorized to insert the announcement Ukis rule. The vote on the ahall final .pa. sea Reo For Sale. ,,,15
; but once. Sir Robert Ball calculates that inearly ( every bill or Joint resolution Ukeainon .
t': by ya and Da"a. 10 be entered on the looraal9I. team of 5 and 6 CITIZENS BANK BLD'CGROUND
Sock as thla and the vast inequalityof Splendid mares,
'" . time tides six That general rovi.ton -
d.L' our were over each Eon.a; Provided. any "'
I. paicrr4ttItk.A'Iiflhfi' ratee and other things that might I, hundred feet high.. of the sLur. lawI .mbodied in soy bbs years old, well broke kind ahd, gentle; FLOOR f.
: ,' be enumerated, call for newspaper shall not be requIred to be read b" seclioms also -wagon and double harness. En- ..

: .t y. $-eal-.tkI7" regulation for the protection of legitimate I FOR RENT sign for sale. at this wholly Its dispensed Seal .--with* and by Ita a *reading wo-$hlrds may vote.be) Silre of Nelson Realty Company, John KISSIMMEE. FLORJDA '

'c. J"r publications and the.public. office, 10 cents each. I,I A majority of the rnemVen present |a each .; 26-tf ,
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)DEMOCRATIC) vice should be honestly and rigidly( enforced equality''of air of' our' citizens, Irrespective DANGEROUS -

PLATFORMContinued to the end that merit and abil- of race or creed and which CALQMEL ;.

{ *1 ltyshall.b.-the.atandard-of-appoin - does -Dot..expreaaly__guarantee.. the,I
from" page 10)__ went and pp motion rather than service fundamental right of expatriation.The GOING OUT OF USE
-- -- ,rendered to a political: party; constitutional rights of.Ameri ,
'of the"m nen.'lessening-the'waste-of and -we,.favor a-reorganization'of the' can citizens should protect: ..them..on '] .
essential resources and promoting the civil service, with adequate' compensation our borders and go with them throughout ""* *jr .

economic development of mining, commensurate the class of j i the1 world and every American citizen A Safer, .J More Reliable Remedy' Has to

which, along with agriculture, must work performed..:for all officer and. residing or having property in any Taken Its Place In the Drug...
in the future, even more than in the employes; we als favor the extension foreign country is entitled to and must -
past serve as the very foundation of to all classes of civil service em be given the full' protection" of the Store and In the Home.A .

our national prosperity and welfare. ployes,,,, of the benefits',the provisions United States government, both for .. -
and our international commerce. of the employers' liability law:' himself and his property., .
M
Agriculture. We also recognize the right of direct few years ago men, women and

We believe in. encouraging the development petition to Congress by employea.-for Parcels Post and Rural Delivery children took calomel for a sluggish iMETALLIC

of a modern system of agriculture the redress of grienvancea, We' favor the establishment of a liver and for constipation. They took
and parcels post or pos..)'express and,,also risks when they did so, for calomel
a systematic effort to improve Law Reform. TRUDGES ,'"
the. conditions of trade in farm the extension of the' rural delivery is a dangerous drug. Your family doc
We recognize the urgent need of reform systemas rapidly as practicable. tor will be the first'to tell you this if . ,
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products so as to benefit both the '
and con- in the administration of civil he discovers you dosing yourself with ..... ... .., Shoot to Hit "i
suinVra producers. And as an ef- and criminal law in the United States Panama Canal Exposition calomel. aI.. c:
ficient means to this end we favor the and we recommenud the of But the an. N a r.N.xlq..e..4 '
enactment We inter.
hereby our deep drug trade has found
express {
a
enactment of l More Their .. G.. the Life
by Congress U
legislation, such legislation and the promotion of est in the great. Panama canal exposition safer, more pleasant remedy than raots -
that will suppress the pernicious prac such will rid I the Continued Accuracy of your Ana.of '
measures as the present 'to be held -in San Franciscoin calomel in Dodson's Liver Tone. oW
tice'of gambling in agricultural prod- legal system of the delays, expense 1915 and favor such,encouragementas The Kiasimmee Drug Co. tell us ge'-.r.': gua-meklog year of eertridgeiraklafhave i f
ucts by organized exchanges or others. and uncertainties incident to the sys- can be properly given. . that their drug store sells Dodson's taught UITo 'I . ,

Merchant Marine tem as,now administered. Liver Tone in practically: every case mike cartridges noted lor straight* .
of
Protection National Uniform
We believe in fostering by constitutional The i of biliousness and liver trouble where ...OGliD.-b.rcl.bittla..lire. To attain
regulation of commerce, the Philippines. We commend to the several States calomel used to be taken. .mmmmM.n mttmnty without impairing fmm me
growth 'of a merchant marine, which.shall We reaffirm the position thrice an- i the adoption of a law'making it an Dodson's Liver Tone is a vegetable rarer. To make lor each kind of ana the
develop and strengthen the commercial nounced by the Democracy in national offense for the proprietors of places of liver tonic that is absolutely harmless cartridge it require to sweet its knl-*ad to

\ ties which bind us to our sister convention assembled against a policyof public amusement and entertainmentto for children and grown people. It keep *...Ii.' Its .,.,. ;
republics of the South, but with imperialism and colonial exploitation discriminate against the uniform of sells for 60 cents a bottle and is guar- There is a KtminfttmUMC cartridge specially mad*
out imposing additional, burdens upon in the Philippines or elsewhere.We the United States similar to the law anteed to be entirely satisfactory by lor per ri8c-yntr piatol. Every RfirtinftnffVMC
. the people and without bounties or condemn the experiment in impo- passed by Congress applicable to the the Kisslmmee Drug Co., who will re- cartridge ii'tested ia th. arm for which It i* mad.
subsidies from the public treasury.We rialism as an inexcusable blunder, District of Columbia and the territories fund your money with a smile if it Our Guaraotc i*behind tha* cartridge.-and babied f.
urge upon Congress the speedy which has involved us in enormous in 1911. does not give quick, gentle relief with- any standard arm, to the full .extent of the _k.r'*
enactment of laws for the greater security expense, brought us weakness insteadof Pensions.We out any of calomel' unpleasant after- own ........ **, when the. cartridges .r*' o ed.
of life and at and strength, and laid our nation open effects. Shoot the cartridge that hoot tntight. Shoot th* ;
property sea, renew the declaration of ,
our
we favor the appeal of all laws and to the charge of abandonment of the last Advertisement. cartridge that keep your gun(booting straight.- Sboot
platform to
relating
much fundamental doctrine of selfgovernment. a generous R.",...,, _-UMC cartridge. f'
the abrogation of so of our trea pension policy.
ties with other nations as provide for We favor the immediate declaration Fruit and Truck Land. Beminjtoo Arm! 4aion] Metallic CsHridle Co. !

the arrest and imprisonment of sea- I of the nation's to Rule of the People. 1a1........ ,-, &", ltlli-CIII Jtf ---.... a.e t.a cty .
recognizethe .
men charged with desertion or with purpose We call attention to the fact that We have five and ten acre tracts in {: !>
violation of their contract of service independence of the Philippine I the Democratic party's demand for a Liberty Park, the most desirable suburban ,
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Such laws and treaties are unAmerican islands as soon as a stable govern- return to the rule of the people ex- property: on the market whichwe
I ment can be established such independence -! in the national are offering for considerationat
and violate the spirit, if not the : pressed platform four your ---
letter, of the Constitution of the j to be guaranteed by us until years ago has now become the accepted prices that are attractive. We will
United States. | the neutralization of the islandscan doctrine of a large majorityof he pleased to show these tract to prospective I
We favor the exemption from tolls be secured by treaty with other the electors. We again remind the purchaser at any time. Do not

of American ships engaged in coast- powers.of the In recognizing the independence country that only by a larger exercise fail to see this property before purchasing CRINER & SIEVER l
Philippines our it has the
govern as advantages of being
wise trading passing through the of the reserved power of the peoplecan
Panama canal. ment should retain such land as may they protect themselves from the close in and on the very belt paved
be necessary for coaling stations and misuse road in the county convenient to the REALTY COMPANY
We also favor legislation forbiddingthe naval bases. of delegated power and the I
city school and churches. Five
acre ,
use of the Panama canal by ships usurpation of governmental instru-
owned or controlled by railroad car- Arizona and New Mexico. mentality by special interest. For tracts 24-tf! $260 and $300.H. M. Breaker & Co. /

riers engaged in transportation com We welcome Arizona and New Mex- this reason the national convention Prairie Land, Orange Grove*, High Hammock Lands ,
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with the canal. insisted on the overthrow of Cannon-
petitive ico to the sisterhood of States and
Pure Food and Public Health. heartily congratulate them upon the ism and the inauguration of a systemby Modern Home for Sale. Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on.Easy Terms: .

We reaffirm our previous declarations auspicious beginning of great and which United States Senators No. 469-New modern 6-room house I .
could be elected by direct vote. The l
advocating the union and glorious careers Democratic party offers itself to the located on mmett street, one block 2,000 acres Stock Raack, will exchange: LaU value .
of the various west of court house. Electric lights: ,
strengthening govern- Alaska.We .
country as an agency through which (for other real .
mental bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 147Jx estate -:- -:- : >:-
agencies relating to pure demand for the people of Alaska the complete overthrow and extirpation ,
feet. -
.. 1474 Several and
-foodj.quarantine, vital statistics and the full of the and of corruption, fraud and machine3a.inAmerrra1poljti's young orange
homan health.111us united"and administered enjoyment rights grapefruit trees in the yard. This SO-acre Orange Grove, will trade for hail value
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prIVileges of a territorial fuini uf government can_ be ef- .
I Is located in the bes.resident
property very for other real balance
without partiality to or estate, easy payment -:-
and we believe that the officials -, fected. '
section of the uluse to-
discrimination against any school of city .._ -
appointed to administer the - -----
Conclusion. court house, postofflce and business
medicine or system of healing, they
of all territories and
would constitute a single health service the government district of Columbia our should be Our platform is one of principles, section. Price 3700. Terms on part. I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA t
24tf H. M. Breaker & Co.
which we believe to be essential to our
not subordinated to any commercial qualified by previous bona fide resi i vU'OlIEB'LEITHEB'S
national welfare. Our pledges
or financial interests, but devoted dence. are
exclusively to thd conservation i made to be kept when in office as wellas
of human life and efficiency. I The Russian Treaty.We relied upon during the campaignand Truck and Citrus Fruit Land. ,

Moreover, this health service should j commend the patriotism of the we invite the co-operation of all No. 462-Seven and one-naif acres'61
co-operate with the health agencies of i Democratic members of the Senate citizens, regardless of party, who be- the best truck and fruit land in Kis-
our various States and cities without I and House of Representative who lieve in maintaining unimpaired the simmee Park. This land is in proximi
interference with their prerogatives or compelled the termination of the Russian institutions and traditions of our ty to the lake. Call on us and we will INSDBOJICE$ JlBEHCY N'ma I I'j
with the freedom of individuals to em- I treaty of 1832 and we pledge our- country. : put you in touch with the owner; you
ploy such medical or hygenic aid as selves anew to preserve the sacred I can deal direct with him. This prop- ,
they may see fit. rights of American citizenship at About the first thing a child learns erty ie offered at a great reduction Okie and LartMt liuurane '..neJ'' in OKO) County' .
home and abroad. No treaty should after it begins to sit up and take from what land in this locality Is FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

Civil Service Law. receive the sanction of our govern- notice is that mother's people are far ing for. sell-I I .....C>NK .1. -
The law pertaining to the civil ser- I ment which does not recognize, that superior to father's 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & j


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Will You-Spend.ONEDOLLAR-

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. toE1ctWilson President? ; < Grocery.Company j

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How deep is your conviction that this government ought to be in new hands' in -Whol!.sale and Retail CalrdnGROCERIES- ,

,15 Ib Granulated Sugar. ...."1.00 clean hands ) < <; { .'

3 caL Kerosene Oil ....,...- 66r How much are you in favor of a clean slate from Wilson and Marshall clear down: .
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: 10 PJ pail Cottolene .$1 25 the line .to the very smallest offices in your locality? j ,_

". Uneeda Blscuit25 The Democratic National Committee has every:. reason to' believe that every progressive ' - I "

't' 6 pa. voter is willing to spend a dollar to elect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket. '

6 cans Baby Pet Milk___ ft 25 And that thousands are anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in l WE SELL WE BUY'u, _- \

a r+\ 6 cans Potted Ham .-'-- 25c amounts of $2 $5, $10 and $20. ; .t

r T't: > Ii 3 cans Vienna Sausage. 25 To such we make our appeal. To such we must look for victory. [. I-lAY HIQES'

1 bottle Prepared Mus- GRAIN' FURS

it, ard _'- 5-. Time An Important FactorThis Head a List For the FundIf I .
af" I fERTILIZERS WOOL
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1 bottle Salad Dressing--
is another cue where time is money. you know several Wilson voters, or work in a place SHINGLES "

1 !bottle Little Dandy The enemy have their funds-supplied instantly by where there are Wilson voters, take up a subscription from AND

j' Pickles l 5 the Interest I all of them. I ORANGE BOXES .
We have only a few days and contributions to be effec- Place your name and the amount of your subscription at : ALL .i '
,i 1 Ifo Evaporated Apples 15 tive mutt be received at once. the top of the list and get the others to join you. ORANGE WRAPS .

t There is i no question of the money of the People being Mention the name of this pager on your list. COUNTRY
(' I,; 1 Jlj Evaporated Apricots 20 able to defeat the money of the Trusts. Then mall the lilt and contributions to C. R. Crane Vice i VEGETABLECRATES .

:', 2 II) Fey Seeded Raisins25 Because it i il greater even in volume and will be used in Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Committee I CRATE NAILS PRODUCE
... straightforward telling ways. 000 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III.
1 1 tli Clovrbloom Butt!r__ 40 But to be effective( it must be received and used within This is the most helpful work you, as an individual, can I I
the next lew days. do for clean government next to casting your ballot (for
.I" At I Quick action is absolutely necessary. Let us have your Wilson and Marshall on November 5th. We sell field and garden seeds of.all kinds.

,I, contribution or the list you make up from your friends and We give special attention to fitting out hunting and ca.mpine'parties.

/ :. WEST KISSIMMEE I coworkers today if possible tomorrow >ur.. How to Contribute to the Wilson .

I II How Your Money Will Be Spent Campaign Fund Frte delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.

t W9 are county agents for good fertilizsrs. Ask us for circular _
TAYLOR'SPhone Woodrow Wilson; our standard hearer has never had Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amount
"t'r: the time or disposition to talk about himself.He you give. Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail and priceson fertilizers.

has never used spectacular methods. to place himself today to the address given on the Coupon. - - .
in the spotlight. Issue all checks money orders and address all contributions
His work has been done without 6stcntation to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance .
l greatest Committee Democratic:: National Committee,900 Michigan
250
Quick Delivery
the most expeditious dignified manner. ACCIDENT
J1i Avenue, Chicago, III. FIRE LIFE
The !great mass of voters do not know what a really
man Wilson is. They do not know all he has done. Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your nameas
< I Whey do not understand all the features of his platform.We a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe INSURANCE Yes. Best CompaniesWhy
\ I must tell them. Woodrow Wilson should be elected President of the United
; States. In this way you will he listed as a Wilson con .
To educate thH nation of voters, especially the -
great -- -
,
tributor. A Souvenir Receipt handsomely lithographed

t ': t'' Get the Habit clear Progressives thinking who! Indep choose ndent their Democrats leader on his Republicans merits means and well help worth the fight framing by encouraging, will be sent your to(friends.Do you. Your letter will not use the same good judgment in buying I

the expenditure of a vast amount of money. Insurance that do in buying goods for i
}i r OF SMOKING A everything! you can to hold up Wilson's hands in his you your
REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" We propose to use your dollars in just this way clean campaign for the. people who do the work and fighting store or clothes f.or-your family ? I
frittered for
without -
and an unnecessary
jiidiciouslyy a penny away
of the country. .
: : I II item. !
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\\'.. know you h.., c confidence we will do this thing_and

I d ., successfully eo Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund ARTHUR E. DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY

---- Sold-.t-al ll stores/who-want' - --- -' __ .._ _
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Ke Dollar--Counb LOYALTY COUPON"-
Why
the best for their
customers D. G. WAGNER, ManagerAdvertising
1 \ Look for Union Label. In this campaign( the issues lie between the forces of To C. R. CRANE, Vic Ch.irm.n Finanro Committee, .
I I l Representative' iovrrnment. and Popular Government Th. Democratic National) Committee 900 Michigan Avenue.Chicaio. .
Illmoia.
J, In Representative, Go, ernment only a part of( the people
--- have influence those with no political faith who spend A.a believer In the DrotrtKHive' MftAln of government represented -
fur in the candidacy of W vw1r*>w Wn w n for t'tenidrnt of the
fortunes in any direction where their own ends arc
United States and to the end thai hn+ay take Hie .lice( free
thered f for
money.In handed unlr ,mm.rl Ml and ..bh".t.o 1 n..ni. hut the people of the
Popular Government all the people have influence, country. 1 wish t..e..ntnt".hro."h von .he, *nm of. f. 'Long Distance
: The New because their executives and legislators do not dare to
.
,
I thwart the expressed will of the people toward the expense of Oov.. WilBon H rampancn.Address ,I'honc 2lM

; Representative Government, as ever, this year is being .Name... . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . ... . . .. .. .
; Home supported by the money of the Interests. It is being spent

iJ BakeryDARLINGTON lavishly to give the voters a wrong Impression of Wilson. . .. .. . . . . . . . . . .... .... is saying the right thingat
Popular! Government, this year to win,must depend on the

,; \ AVENUE and truth platform being told broadcast about Wilson.so that no We one must can publish controvert his record it. I< F. D. . . . State. . . . ... . the right timein

Your 11 I; your 42. your $5:>, your $10 or 120 will count and the
.r j: ount to wm if spent in this wutk.I Endorsed by right way
Makes as good --- .

t We make a six-cialty of planning/ preparing
BREAD he grew up. lie runs a department dependence can be placed upon the literature and conducting campaigns/ for
CANADIAN PAPER !. in his sheet called "Gold and Dross," I average subdivider and his wares. Land Companies, Hoards of Trade, Municipalities -
and it is to this department that a The writer is well acquainted with and Individuals.
PIES I IAMUSJNG' I. corrspondent addresses his letter, the Tampa Bay district, having spenta \
KNOCKS FLORIDA which is reproduced below with the summer in that section some years
: Canadian editor's ago. And he is fully aware that the
answer:
ij it ;;1' CAKES I '
i '" Editor, Gold and Dross: average, acreage, sandy soil' as it is, -ADVERTISERS.[
:j, I f- I valued is absolutely valueless without a vast .
Florida. your for fertilizers.
Bakery' expenditure acre
\ t any..' '", . AT THIS DISTANCE paper, I have noted with interest per is FLORIDA ..
r :. I Furthermore, the country by no TAMPA ,,{{
:. .' your replies to inquiries.in "Gold and means a desirable place for a North-
-_ Dross" columns and it has been espe- erner to reside. As for pasturage
J. H. REED, Proprietor I ciklly gratifying to me to note your there is practically none, while the
AN EDITOR TELLS HIS CORRESPONDENT I'
remarks in respect to the many sub climate is such that the average

THINGS ABOl'TSTATE I divisions, hat I am personally famif-- white man cannot work with any degree -
f \liar with in our Western towns and
I of comfort in the fields nor can
THAT FLORIDIANS cities. Two weeks ago you replied I he do so as a matter of fact without
DO NOT KNOW. I I to an inquirer from Gamsboro Sask., losing caste with his white neighbors. STATE BAND OF kiSSIMMEE; | E
Tc Florida Lands, and again in the I While in Florida I was time and ,
I. What is the difference between a issue of August 10, you reply to W.J. again offerd tracts of land, as good
I :M., Gainosboro.; Now I respect I Oldest Bank in Osceola County
of wild' land the
and steak ? The malls some tunes bring funny as the average in
I Is good steak a poor. things to the desk of the editor. Not these guarded replies, and to theparty : neighborhood of Tampa, for a dollar

.. 'infrequently during the past three who has not seen Florida land per acre. A hundred acres or ten Depository for
e years have the editors of Florida and cannot rely absolutely on the I thousand acres as I wished. Whena !UNITKU STATES GOVERNMENT STATE OK FLORIDA
'Ik. been aroused l agent who has seen the property andis I Northern to the Florida
papers to indignation by man moves
selling why, he is wise jn CoyNTY OF OSCEOLA CITY OF KISHIMMEK
same I his Northern
the misrepresentations handed out to hinterland he must leave ,
honest the columnsof thoughtfully considering your re- behind him. He must treat
inquirers through
4'F &v ways CAPITAL STOCK: FULLY PAID $150.00000
it' I marks. However, lest your readersin
fe
the Northern papers. There is no the negro as the black man accustomed -
V accounting for it except a determined Gajnesboro should misinterpret to be treated in the far SURPLUSSTOCKHOLDERS' 3O.OOO.OOKO.OOO.OO
your reply, 1 beg to say that I have lie LIABILITY .
though depraved effort to prevent south; and this is not our way.
1 such people from finding homes in just returned from Tampa City I must put up with a blazing sun and DEPOSITORS' SECURITY $i3ooo6766
this State. Since wide publicity has Hillsboro county, Florida, and Mr. C. soaking rains, for two or three months
I made it known to Florida that Canada F. Riebe, merchant, of Gainesboro each year. lie must be content to INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
I
} and California are particularly jealous and Mr. J. K. Buelly, of Oxbow, accompanied -, live with fleas and bugs and all sorts
of her success in attracting im me. We were induced to of vermin. He, unless unusually SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENTC.
migration. The motive un lying all take this trip by friends in Chicago, I lucky, must be able to live on salt
4 \ I, of these venal tales about Floridais who had been at Tampa and the lands meats and condensed milk, while the A. Carson Jno. M. LeeVicePres't M. Katz N. B. Carson
of the North Land Co.
too apparent to cause any great Tampa we vegetables which he so dearly lovedin Pres't 2d Vice-Pres't Cashier
,.,' anger or ill feeling. They undoubtedly were advised to inspect. Before I the North he will find either very
-. do the State a lot of hurt, but leaving home several townspeople requested expensive or wholly unobtainable.

i :- A mistake Florida is growing placidly in spiteof us to select land for them investment I Taken all together Florida is not the .- _. .
i i them, and it may be that the peo- providing we thought it a good I country for the average Northerner, .. - >-
.i ple of this section are indebted to the and believing it to be such and we would again warn people I
\U WE MAKE NO MISTAKES slanderers after all; otherwise Florida we purchased ten and twenty-acre I against leaving Canada to reside '
.r tracts at $35 per acre, and from ten
would grow so fast that the popula- there.
; lit* We ire always t bn> the tion would increase out of all propor- to sixteen miles from Tampa City ] fAVORITE fCRTILIZERS
; 3 from the above company. Now as
tion to the transportation, hotel and
right side of the To the Voters of Osceola County:
:: you are possibly aware July and
j\;j\ school latest facilities.The specimen of this especial August are two of the rainy monthsin We would like to say to the votersof ARE THE RESULT PRODUCING KIND

: t : 1 STEAK QUESTION kind of rot which has come to the be Florida, and, is any under land water that during tendsto candidate Osceola for county Superintendent that the Republican of Pub- They are as Rood as careful supervision and honest
notice of the Gazette editor swampy methods
appearsin lic Instruction is not a stranger to can make them. Special formulas for
land
We couldn't afford to fall the Toronto Saturday Night. A this season. In selecting our who we school work. He has been a memberof CITRUS FRUITS, POTATOES, TOMATOES
had with
us
0 friend who is acquainted with the a county surveyor Florida a school board for a number of MELONS BEANS STRAWBERRIES, LETTUCE .
I in for it is has lived in this county of CELERY and all truck -
down our reputation publication says that a "largely and was president of the board crops.
j read and very unreliable semi-society, twenty-eight years, and in every case years New WRITE FOR BOOKLET '
for before leaving
: Good Steaks Town Topics sort of rag," that it we. picked choice, high, dry, citrus two years
)1 has a sister publication called the fruit land, and not "undramed" Further and York.He greatly enjoys that class of work INDEPENDENT fERTILIZER COMPANY
God-forsaken stuff.
generally -
4
I Winnipeg Saturday Night, and that and has given each winter several en- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAJ.
I might say that I know Mr. '
of
Tbat's guaranty attackFlorida.
.' your both papers systematically Riebe, of Gainesboro, and I considerhis tertainments along historic lines for M. LEE. Agent:
"' of satisfaction in They have been very instru- integrity unquestionable, and his the benefit of the schools with which
; mental in backing a good many rotten
I trust he has been connected. For more
: TRADING WITH US! cobalt, silver and porcupine" gold that honesty you'beyond continue reproach.to retain the columns than forty years he has been a stud- -. -

- mining'securities.our friend, "you"Perhaps might,care concludes to- of "Gold and Dross" for theyare ent of history, ancient and modern.Euro- II I I I III I I II I II III I II I III I II II unit
lIe has traveled through several
a splendid safeguard to the un-
hand the editor one. '' countries making his longest .
:: 1EtJiiiTAiiT Certainly there Is nothing to do at this suspecting space fublic. ,Thanking yours very you truly for, pean stay in Rome,, as his favorite sub- DANCING !
such a distance but CUM him, and we
and
i JOHN T. McCAY.Editor's ., jects have been American, Roman
MARKET I deubt the efficacy of that. There is Jewish history. Should the voters of EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT
} but one attitude for the people of [ : Note.-Saturday Nighthas
) Osceola County see fit to elect him as
,.., .ti: Florida to take in regard to this con had occasion now and again to superintendent of public instruction, FIREMEN'S HALL
and malicious warn Canadians against taking too
. atant misrepresentation he will forth a strenuous effort 41
stock in the seller of Florida put *n i in niiiiiiiiini 11 im .
#- of conditions, and that is to insist much I to comply with the requirements of
that the lands. If all would do as Mr. McCay :
as strongly as they can I law.
prospector come and see for himselfor has done, inspect these lands for I the CENTRAL COMMITTEE. j
.
g GRTSTOE'!E'T ILORSnOp send.. some one in. whom he has themselves, all well and good. Mr. I Advertisement, 42-3t-p.
confidence. Here is a shark, this McCay is the best judge, after an I '
editor, wbo claim to have been in inspection, as to whether he considers }
'4' / ND, G NTS' SUITS. Florida and to'hare gained knowledge it a desirable country to invest .I A book on plum culture and plum Gazette,13Jl
ii i :;p511: ailetA;" Qrder, at -first hand that fives him warrant his money in and pouibly'reside in. picking has ust been issued by the -aF
; ., to' speak with.pos vie he lies However the great majority of people ,,.Department of Agriculture. Probably
t _.....:, r, t" "..." I'' out of hand with such facility that one are6nying Florida lands -on the It Is not for circulation among the
i ',. : (' .' t ..{ ,,.,..... I U led to suspect that he was born at say-so of the land seller, and we friends of the administration.-ClevelIT -

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER: 18, I.t%. ., THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY, GAZETTE. \. PAGE ,5.gttrc ii,

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Klsslmmee Yalieu GazetteTKtKPHONS. Rub-My-Tisrn wiil cure you.. 2118tLadies' J. J. Griffin DeWitt Alderman, S. had been able In the rush: of thing SPEAK RI Of NOTE: AT
S. GrIin, Arthur E. Donegan and W. FALL OPENINGSIN demanding her attention since her : .
\ 'KO.\ 11., UUored-to-measure material suits( B. Harris went to Orlando Monday trip to the. North to trim but a few '

skirt, coats. Select your evening in Mr. Alderman' touringcar of the more expensive model, but METHODIST CHURCH ,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY from, .our..sample-bookf-= Fr-H.-.Law- SHOPS .
to attend the Democraticspeaking LOCAL these few gave evidence of her skill .
-BT- son. 43-lt scheduled; for that city that and good judgment
., w. B. H.t.twiem. D. T. Usher,'' ,representing .Linder* They report a most enjoyable time so fewcomparatively, attempt with SPECIAL. .SERVICES' OF. UNUSUAL. J"."
= .. even though the speaking failed'to success. It was possible,, however, to '"
:: k Co.. York
New .commission merchants HELD
e INTEREST TO BE
'
+ I.I in the city for an indefinite materialise.. PROSPECTS. GOOD FOR SEASON. show the latest in color1 combinations h', ..

," ' Sheriff,, Prevatt' arrived in the' cityyesterday .. and correct head coverings.' ; the > TONIGHT. 'i, ,
stayW. shape ,are not so extreme a* they ".
, WeatherReport : morning with Ben Batta, have' been and not *. ...
AND consequently
"Scott salesman NEW FABRICS FANCIES a*
<7. of
1 traveling legro, who he arrested the day previous .. severe in their demands. Miss Bandy's 'Rev. John S.: Jenkins, an able and,. '
the Richmond .Paper Co. wa among In Pasco county on the charge: of. DISPLAYED BY HOME MER- hop Was decorated with- pot plant, eloquent speaker will speak at the '
ire the temperatures the prominent men who visited our obtaining under false pretensesin Methodist church thia evening on' the ,
Following daily money CHANTS AFTER VISITING and delicious ice were served during .
precipitation a* city Wednesday this county. Batts. was tried, the course of the afternoon. subject of missions..- Mr.,Jenkins.ha.,: w i

Government 'Col. Andrew Johnson returned Tuesday found guilty, and sentenced to the METROPOLITAN MARKETS., :, been making a tour of the State, and ,
reported by the from Tavares where he' chain: gang before the day wa over. has aroused new interest in the subject -

station at Kissimmee for the went night mission' connected, with his WILL.QRGANIZE TAXPAYERS' handled ,by.him.rThe..reason.h*', ,_.. .
week ending Oct. 17, 1912. law practice.on Rev. H. T. Gaines, pastor of tho This is the season of openings; the j has been able to do this 1* because he
Methodist church, report a prosperous time when the merchants., just home LEAGUECALL present* the subject in a' new light.

sex NIL CAIN F. C. Whitthome, traveling representative summer fork his charge. Every from New York and Philadelphia and Mr. Jenkins spoke at the Methodist \

i''ridaS'r' -70" . of the Times-Union, was in department of the church work has Baltimore and through with, the initiatory church last evening., and made deep
the city yesterday in the interest of been kept through the summer to thewinte' rush of opening many goods impression upon' his audience. If*,
Sa urday. . . 88 71 ,30 that ;publication. mark. The Sunday School, boxes and storing the- good. away to ; ISSUED FOR ALL TAX PAY .take the position that missionary l' y

Sunday. . . . 91 74 .55 Ladles' Missionary Society, the Ep- bring'! them out again and put themon ERS TO JOIN THE NEWORGANIZATION. work pay in a purely material ..n.ep ,
I Monday. . . . 92 73 . Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew returned worth Leaguers, senior and junior and display for the enlightennfent and divesting the work of the. Christian

Tuesday . . . 90 71 Friday of last week from a prayer meetings. The congregationsat delight of their friends and patrons. obligation and the spiritual returns. .
few weeks' stay with E. Nelson Fell, morning and evening services have Dann's Ladies' Department. The work of tho foreign missionaries
i Wednesday 83 73' 28 I at Warrenton, Va. been good, preacher's salary paid to Dann's Department Store was the number of precedes the advance of foreign trade
A citizens the
Thursday 85 69 . date and half of the Conference collections first to begin the series and devotedtwo met at with our country. He Supports. his
office of J. M. Willson Jr. Thurs-
,
Jss. R. Thornton representing theS. assured. ,
days to the formal beginning of position with statistics, and make a
.tt..O..t..OOO.OO P. Richards Paper Co., of Atlanta, the fall season. Saturday of last day afternoon to take preliminarysteps most convincing address. The work
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Wareham to organize a tax players' league:
Ga., was here yesterday looking after week and Monday of the current week undertaken by Mr. Jenkins i I. in the .
will ,
Kissimmee The of the be
of 111. arrived in object organization
business for his firm. Freeport, ,
at this store to. the nature of special missionary *
1.yyN11NNNNNNNNNs I were given ex- a en
discuss local in.
last and will remain here for to matters of public
night hibition of the in ladies' deavor. He from and
the
5 or 6 doe of 666 will break any several days. They have been read. goods terest, to advise with the official comes Georgia,
s case of Chill & Fever; and if taken. ers of the Gazette for some time and departmnt of the big store. There boards in the city and county con t.i considered one of the ablest men
THE: LOCAL flLD.L. was a tastefully arranged of in the North Georgia Conference. ..H.II .-
J JRubMyTUm array
\ then a* tonic the. Fever will not re were induced to come to Kissimmee cerning the expenditure of public
tf coat suits, millinery, wraps. embroidery funds and interest being assisted by Presiding Elder
turn. Price 25 cents. through the regular perusal of the to create a greater
and art blanket that af- D. W. Cason and brother Rev. Mr.
1 rugs in a ,
the administration
much pleased with among-the people -
paper. They are forded interest for time in mak- Jenkins of Lakeland. It i I. that
St. hoped
A. E. Draught brought the some of ,
.. the first sight of the town and are public affairs. A resolution wa '
NKNNNN- NN
Kissimmee ing the inspection. A pleasing feature the service tonight will be well at-
Cloud registration roll to '
sure that they will like it better yet passed calling for a meeting of citi-
'- .- Monday, which roll bears the names and-a new departure at the Dann establishment tended. The meetings, which were begun
-- - as their acquaintance grows. For the zens at the office of Mr. Willsin at
will cure you. 21-18t of 550 qualified electors. time they are located at Mrs. Thoma-' were the ready-made hate. 7 o'clock-Monday evening to perfect last night and continued today at
son's. They were all pattern hats and there the organization. An invitation j 13. o'clock of the afternoon and again
-
A. 'B. Jarrell spent Wednesday in Mrs. Leota Gibson, of Hammond, were no two alike. In addition to the proposed is extended to all who r tonight, will have completed a aeries

Tampa.M. Ind., arrived in the city Wednesday Capt. R. C. Partin was in Kissimmee staple articles of wear there were interested in the movement to maybe attend of more than ordinary. I importance.
afternoon for an indefinite stay with today and paid the Gazette office a numerous novelties that proved at- this meeting and take part in the
D. TindalU. f Ashton, spent Saturday her mother, Mrs. Mary Summers. pleasant call. Capt. Partin will be tractive and will undoubtedly add'to organization.

in the city. C. E. Denig and wife will move to- among those who will attend the reunion the popularity at Dann's.Katz's .of the ladies department J. M. WILLSON, JR., I REDUCED EXPRESS
of Confederate veterans to be
Grifflng Brothers Co., nurserymen. morrow to Narcoossee and until their Lake from to Pretty Opening, Chairman, RATES--LOOKATTHIS!
Lake Hen- held at City Wednesday J. H'REESE, $eeretary.CUMMISSIONERS .
W. H: .Brokaw, salesman. 43-11 home can be completed on Hotel A/ next week. Pant--r-. -T. M..-. Wednesday afternoon and evening -
don. will take up quarters at Gardner the dress b'f M.Katz's .
good
H. with Brothers is another of the "boys" who department
W. Brokaw Grilling -
Runnymede. never misses a reunion. The un- store assumed the appearance MET
the tree peopl. 40tf. Raymond Lanier, Democratic nominee veiling of the Olustee monument. near of a reception. The ladies were out, The Valley Gazette recorded in its
/ Lake will added interest to In force and the Various dress fataros 1. last week's issue the shipment of 37
Row W. A.' B.Uar Methodist pastor for member of Board of County City give ; TO JSTRIKE NAMES
at Oeoee, spent yesterday, in the city. Commissioners for the Campbell district the reuniojn this year, and it will bea in the new shades, tints, and, COIn P4' crates of eggplant to New York by
and Tuesday in notable event. Senator Duncan U. lions had been effectively arrangedso ....... J. F. O'Berry. The vegetable were q,
spent Monday ----'
W. S. Crawford;one of Loughman'. this city. Fletcher will deliver the memorial as to lend a decidedly artistic ; unusually fine and took the class of
live wires, spent yesterday in this address. touch to the salesroom. In additionto The County Commissioners met "fancy." Mr. O'Berry ha receivedhis
city. W. H. Brokaw salesman for Grif- the numerous 'materials calculatedto Wednesday and Thursday to revise sales account from the commissionmen.
j flng Bros. Co., nurserymen, is in Kis- The regular dance at the Fire delight the eye of women there the registration lists as presented by It reads like this: Ten crates .
Mrs. Alex Thompson, of Micco's Bimmee this week and can be foundat man's hall was well attended last were the necessary accessories in all.. the Supervisor of Registration, C. W. $22.50; 27 crates, $54; express charges
Bluff, is spending a few. weeks in the his office in State Bank building. night. The dances are of weekly occurrence needful variety to meet the demands' Griffin, The total registration was $50.32; commission $7.65; balance

Phone No. 19. 43-It and are proving a popular of approved taste; one piece !gowns in 1660. Upwards of a hundred name.* $18.53.Mr.. O'Berry gets the balance
city.F. diversion for the young people. The delicate shades for evening wear; were stricken, the reason in the greater which is about one-fourth of the totalamount
H. Lawson and daughter Effie, Kisimmee Auto Garage and Machine floor has been vastly improved sinceth kimonos of the latest pattern, coats number of cases being removal received .for his shipment;

were visitors to Lakeland on Tuesday Company will do anything in hall was first opened and is get- and wraps of the most recent cuthangings from "the county Opposite ...name h'L.' express!! company got two-thirds _
.. - -- ._ attic ormaclrine'wurkfaryoaf .nrtJl'tter! -the-white The mrmr and cozy corner outfits, and'many the reason "Convicted of felony." of the amount, charging $1.34 per e

' B. Potts the Kis- automobiles, boats, and all other ma- ber of dancers will soon be augmented pleasing things that cannot be The Commissioners will sit again on crate against 87 cents charged last
11. was among
aimmeeltes who visited Tampa on Sat- chinery. 15 tf by the graduates from Mrs. J. D. enumerated. During the hours of the October 24 to hear complaints, if there season. The newspapers have recently
Wood heck dancing school. She is 1 opening fruit punch was served to all are any, against the striking of the contained a good deal about
urday. C. E. Denig has about completedthe instructing a class of twenty whichis i visitors and each bore away a souve- names. reduced express rates. Mr. O'Berry

O. C. McLean, the Narcoossee turpentine laying of cement sidewalk along making rapid strides-"strides" is nir in the form of a carnation. A The Commissioners appointed inspectors would; like to be informed in what
king, visited Kissimmee on the property of C. E. Franklin on good in this connection, as will be vase of chrysanthemums was noticed and clerks to manage the particular manner he has been bene-
Monday.For Vernon avenue, and the Deen prop- readily apparent. among the decorations.Miss election of November 5. The registration fited by the alleged reduction. ft
erty on Clyde avenue. Band,'. Millinery Display. list, the names stricken and the looks like the Republican revision of
big dividends, a want ad in Clifford Bruns, president of the Miss Mattie Bandy's millinery store list of Inspectors and clerks appear the tariff; upward rather than downward i
Narcoossee,
the Valley Gazette holds the first Mrs. F. W. Hill, the of coming Narcoossee Farm and Townsite Co., was the center of attraction the after- elsewhere in this issue of the Gazette. ; I
spent Wednesday in city, arrivd in the city Wednesday from .
of when she
premium. noon Wednesday, pre-
"* here for the purpose of attending of milli-the Cincinnati, and left yesterday morning sented a beautiful line of hats and Honesty of thought need no watch- Sorrow make all the world of men
H. C. Miller, representing the Jacksonville autumn opening of some our for Narcoossee and will make millinery 'trimmings. Miss Bandy man. I brother; also the common joy.The .
in Kissimmee and goods stores. .
Metropolis, was nery dry his headquarters at Runnymedehotel -- - ----
for the next three months. Mr. ----- --
Thursday.
and Mrs. W. S. Glore,
Mr.
Born, to
Bruns stated that the Runnymedehotel
W. H. Brokaw, representing Grif- of Toledo, Ohio, 'On Wednesday, Oct. would be formally opened with

fing Bros., nurseries, is in the city 16, a son. Mrs. Glore was formerly and banquet on November 21st, .
of Mr.
Miss Lois Jones, daughter which
this week. would be attended by a large
Mrs. W. H. 'Jones, of this city.
be had number of people from cities in the
Good board and rooms can
nomineefor middle West as well as prominent men
of Brack Walker Democratic
of Ida M. Smith, at corner Frank ,
from Kissimmee and St. Cloud.R. .
of
and Park Sts. 43-ltpd member of the Board County
from the Bassenger
Commissioners A. Bartow, the Valley Gazette's ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Key spent Sun- precinct, was transacting business valued correspondent at Cobbtown, '

day and Monday in Tampa, and saw here a couple of days this week. who writes over the familiar non de ..: /, . ..

the.big circa The young ladies, of the Catholic plume "Rex," was in Kis.immee'Mon- .\Acme 0 Style ;\./., '\',>>,''.'"J 01>',..,.,j .1' ,\ "',,"; ".,'\\1'
euchre at day and Tuesday. Mr. Bartow is a ' ." "
of Orlando, general Social Club will give a party ''I' : ( ''c. "J" '
W.'D. E. Allen Hall Friday, October dyed-in-the-wool Democrat and is ; ,>, I'', \JJ.I nl, ,. ';.. ."1
was the Firemen' .. \ .
insurance company I
gent for an \ ( \ 'j,1\'Ih,
18th, from 8 p. m. to 12 p. m. Admission working like a beaver for the success ,.fl'i4(4! ' (,>4y > > ', V'fee\ |it \.
in Kissimmee Monday.H. 26 cent Everybody invited. of the ticket. The only dangr that he ;, / :> ,: : \( ,. and !: ; \

B. Houck, sales agent of lots in sees is bver confidence, which will Perfectionhat ..
Aultman Garden, was a business visi- Beginning November lat, an -experienced operate to keep many from voting because -
to Orlando this week. manicurist, hairdresser and they will not deem it necessaryfo
massagist will be connected with my rthe election of the ticket for been reached in the

JoeHarding.! ". one of St. Cloud's millinery parlors, and her serviceswill them to cast their ballots. Where- .
prominent citizens, was a visitor to be at the disposal of. the public at ever he goes he is arousing Democrats .

our city Wednesday.M. reasonable rates. MISS BANDY. It to a proper sense of their duty.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT '

W. Simmons of St. Cloud, is G. W. Hardaway, of Longwpod, was Mike Calamaras, the Greek who has
in the city this week in attendanceupon in Kissimmee this week, and paid the been keeping a fruit stand on upper

the County Court. Valley Gazette an appreciated call. Broadway, has sold his business so "" .--
Mr. Hardaway is representing the that he might enlist as a soldier in O.Dann's f.
Mrs. W. .M. Moseley and daughter, American Bible Society. in this sec the cause of his native country againstthe
this
in
Belle are guests of relativs tion. Turks. Mike left Wednesday for

city for a few weeks. Jacksonville, where he expects to joina
S. C. Oliver and daughtr, Mrs. John company which is being formed to Department Store
of Tracey-
John Tracey, the sage 'attend Pink s ton and her children, of leave goon for Greece. Mike was born ,

villo, was here this week in Wsverly, Ala., are expected to arrivein near Athens, and his blood runs .
ance upon County Court. a few days to spend the winter withJ. strong with patriotism. He promisedto ..t t

Ferrill and family have'taken W. Oliver and family, on Oliver's let his friends of Kissimmee know

'Jm.M.for th winter with Dr. May Island. how he was faring by writing the Val- !IiliYi! ; y,

Smith, on Mabbette street. Mrs. Drucilla M. Cook arrived in ley Gazette after he shall have been
enrolled in the defence of his
duly
from Louis
the city yesterday county,
.A. E. Thomas spent a couple ofdays Missouri, and will spend the next week country.The .
week the guest of O. C. in While on his recent trip North our Mr. Dann spent :
the past ten day looking over property show at the Pastime has
baby
Lean, at his home near Narcoossee.S. this section with a view to permanently proved a great attraction this week.A much time studying the latest styles, with the result that -

R. Field, one of Loughman's live locating.W. number of subjects have been en: he purchased a complete line of Millinery the like of

wire real estate men, was transacting A. McCool arrived in the city I' tered to compete for the prizes, whichare which ha never before been placed on exhibition in ,
valuable and not to be despised.The
business in the city Wednesday.S. yesterday from Beaver Falls, Pa. Mr. .
.r'- McCool has made Kissimmee his win- feature is one that never fails to Kissimrnee. These good are now on exhibition in our
S. Buzza & Son are engaged in and attract and evokes a greater demon- .
home for owns a
of ter many years
4 laying sidewalk along the property residence stration of interest than any other.
on
handsome two-story
Judge Parker, on Beaumont street. Emmett street. The Pastime has an exceptionaly fine MILLINERY DEPARTMENTSecond .
program tonight. "The Burial of the
>. Miss Elizabeth Carson has weeks returned to Mr. Walter Lawson, who has been Maine" will be shown on the screen. ( Floor) ,
from a visit of several visiting his father and sister for the The sinking of the hull of the de-
towns.Ladies'
friends in Lake City and other past two weeks, left today for Birmingham stroyed battleship to its last resting

high buttoned shoes metal in wand I position Ala., where as manager he holds for a responsible a- place victims and taken the burial from procession the ruins'when of the and Range in Price from 48c to $15.00A

tan
gun
buck canvas,
,
F. H. Law- taxicab company. they were raised recently are a partof
patent.
fabric, topped -.U-6_ this picture.

son. Theo. Paris, wife and son will arrive _ __ ___ ____ _u_- .
Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker visited in the city tomorrow from Pitts- ---T !fi !Ii
their grove near Loughman burg, Pa., to remain permanently.Mr. *044044440000440400
last week orange, and found it in perfect con- Paris owns considerable property 0
dition. near the city, which he will at once REAL HAIR 0

member of the begin to improve. -FROM 0 A most cordial invitation i* extended the ladies of this .. I
Miss Nora Hart, a CUT 4
faculty of the Osceola High School O. R. Bass, member of the Boardof 0 HEADS OF 0 city and surrounding country to visit department and
in Lakeland over County Commissioners from Whit- 0 LIVING PERSONS. 4 .
her
visited parents
it
give thorough inspection
Democratic a i
Sunday. tier, and who received the : 0 0
nomination to succeed himself, was 0 0
"feeWitt Alderman and James in the city Wednesday to attend an 0 I\Here just received and have '.

Daughtrey, prominent Bassenger adjourned session of the Board. 0 parlors a number of three and 4
merchants, were in the. city Monday 4 four strand hair switches, as 4 !Sfi: !SfiDann's : !Ii
Ab. Wright, a prominent Baasenger
and Tuesday. fruit 0 well as switches made from 0
raiser
stock and grower, wa
Beginning November 1st, an experienced here a few days the past week.J. 0 combing.. These switches are 4.
manicurist, hairdresser and S. Coles general agent of the by far the best ever offered .
massagist will be connected with my Equitable ute Insuranc. 'Co., with 0 on this market, being cut from 0 Store
millinery parlors, and her .ervice. headquarters at Jacksonville, spent 0 the head of living persona and 0 Department

,h'' will be at the disposal of the public at Wednesday and Thursday here.J. 4 range In price from $1 to $8 .1
MISS BANDY. It 0 each. All of the strand swltche. -
-reasonable rate. I
H. Halley, one of the biggest and e. carry a guarantee. I also 4O i
\ Tampa Tribune: J.. C. Moore, of best hustlers living at Loughman, carry in stock a full line of 0
'Kissimmee came down from the pent the day here Thursday. Mr. 0 Hate for little children. 44t.
rowing Osceola county seat yesterday Halley recently returned from a trip 0
to spend a day on business in through the North and West and 0
Tampa. Mr. Moore Is a typical Ktssimmee says there are millions looking to- 0 MRS. W. H. FARMER. 0
booster, and never tire telling ward Florida for a place of residence 0 0 .

w. fast the. town i. growing. as well as the investment of capital. 0000000400 0000000.0 of!

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1912WiiSIlilifififiynrWrifiHifi .,
1; ;.: PAGE >BSE VALLEY GAZETTE. v' 11''"

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!Ii' $ FLORIDA., .4.940.4444444 tIassifiedAdvertisefflents
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c' This v'la the spot where storms of .el'IIe.l. are l._rt.. user this "1'.1....*.. rate .t Five'

'eLadles Coat Suits: oceans . . ,'., Ceats Per Lice For Eaeh .._"' 1..", l'
Washed a sand bar far ashore, ,
Where 'before man's first adventure
All was* wilderness, all was',,stillness; '' : FOR SALE J S FOR RENT
x Save the Ocean and its roar- ,I

Latest Novelties] hl 131110 and, Black: Serge Save.-the savage here before. FOR SALE-'-Pair mares, weight 2600. FOR RENT-Eight 'room furnished
3 -tf house, two blocks from Broadway.. u
", x and Diagonal'Mixtures. Uorne anelHoevhat Where the Seabreeze fans to coolness- J, W. Miller. I Immediate possession. Box 437.

Summers torrid blazing' sun FOR SALE OR RENT;New housein COy. 4Hf
winter is all mildness
Where the
x have for x 'Twere hard'to tell there had been one Lily's addition; also nine-room
we house on Mabbette street. Enquirelock FOUR NICE ROOMS for rent. All
.' Save that voices of the' wildgoose box 623, Kissimmee. 42.3tp modern conveniences. Address 'J. s
Signal they are southward bound T. B. P. O. box $76. Kissimm 41tt

I $12. 50 $15.00 $20.00 $25.00 xx j' Save that in the lakes'like crystal FOR good SALE-Central paying business Fish for'small'investment Market-; DWELLINGS for rent applyt, (M.Til-,

swim
I Trout longer languid ,
no
sickness of owner reason ler.FOR.
$ ;
But the and alligator
!xh perch Satfnders
Jno.
for selling.] Enquire 1
Pass the view with a vim
eye Kissimmee. 41 tf RENT-Five-room cottage, sab
!Ii And the trout like lordly master
$ \! ject to sale. Ask Mrs. Summa
Cheers the pride you have for him. FOR SALE-$3500 will buy a valuable 41 tf.

Nrc1Hi]' Vi'( j lit- received a lot of This i is the spot where bear and wild property, now paying in the about heart 14 of per Kissimmee cent.-II

deer FOR RENT-Two modem: flats, with
!95 95BEAUTIFUL on the above amount. Enhancingin all .city conveniences. Apply at the 4. ,
Roam unslain across the plains, value day. H. M. Breaker
every
3" KIMONOS x Where the pine tree draped in mosses & Co. 39tf Gazette office. -tfJ
Tune the breeze to soft refrains i
And the huntsman traveling homeward FOR SALE-Seventy-five acres high FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story store
building on Brack street, North Kis-.
8i land. Ten dollars
class pine per
, x These are 5trictl 1 y }high class.1, but ve have 95! Boast of the wild game he ,has slain. acre. Adjoining land, inferior, now immee. H. C. Stanford. 29-tf

selling at twenty per acre. 1%
= Here's the spot where winds frost miles from railroad. No agents. FOR RENT-A modern: 3-room flat-
from
lov ranging
x 11larked thetuat a \ e'y IJrice laden Box 431, 'Ki sunmee, Fla. 41-tf with all city conveniences. Apply to
x Dare not bound a southward way, W. B. Harris Gazette office\ tf
.
;. x $ ') ") h. to @ (), But ripen enough golden of iceberg orange flavorTo take they, FOR per SALE-Fine crate.: R. G.large Haskins guavas, Winter$1.00 FOR RENT-About\ 8 acres of ground

.- ...;. } JD"J !Ii And with mildness fan the lake lands Haven, Fla. 38-7tpd and a 5-room house, convenient
!Ii And with mildness list the bay.: for trucking, raising chickens and

y1 FOR SALE-480 acres of splendid j .handy to school and church. W.
T This the spot that's blushing waitingFor land within 2H miles of the city also have some splendid truckingland
'the sturdy sons of Toil limits, convenient to another rail for rent that have no house
$ !Ii To dig down, and bring up freedom way station and marl road. This with them. Nelson Realty Co., Kitsi -

!Ii From its warm pulsating soil, property is excedingly cht-ap, good mmee, FlatFURNISHED |
$ And an Eden build around_them pine landand will be lisposed of I
Free from crowded strife's turmoil! favorable terms of payment. ROOMS for rent cards
LARGEST STOCK OF SHOES x on
THE
x WE CARRY Nelson Realty Co., Kissimmee, Fla. for sale at the Gazette office.

. This is the spot for you to hie to, --. -, - -, . .-- -
s.7 When the North wind racks amain FOR RENT-Several small tracts of
w : x IN TOWN--SHOES OF RECOGNIZED QUALITY xt When the frigid cold of winter BOARD-I the winter have season opened, and my am house,ready for to excellent trucking land, some with

Sends ten below again- splendid flowing wells, can be had
take hoarders either transient or
} x Florida then is like a graden on shares of or cash rent as
x We sell shoes from 35c to $8.00 a pair Every dale with flowers strewn/ regular. Splendid accommodations.for desired. NELS6N REALTY CO.
special rates -
-A. N. Howell.IT $1.50 a day; regular
i
!95 boarders. Mrs. C. V. Bearden
!Ii.
\ Court House. 41 tf MISCELLANEOUS
!Ii !Iif :NEVER WAS A THIRD PARTY. Opposite
'I -
-- '

!Ii 95y In calling the roll of some of the : FOIi SALEAI a liai train; :'Ji; reinforced WADE the tuner Orlando.
.
'' !515 minor parties of the past two-third ofa 1'l'lIwnl1'<- posts and :-.r>O - -

x Yours truly century, the Minneapolis Journal cypress fence po.it, A I IL! .Jal nlI. MEET mo' aOLissunmee Drug_Co. -and.
very: that. ll fUwmoav have-- At-Kr,cimmrc drugt'n.- -- -we gill get a drink of the best soda
.JL _, aaj'S. j J> one, ___, __ __ ___, __ _
_
n had a short career and then have dis- waterrnade.( _, _ 31-tf
!Ii !Ii appeared, and adds, "The Republican : FOIL SALE (One] J-c-\: hnilci. :20-h.! p, OIN CO-OPERATIVE COLO-
organization, which nominated Fremont marine ('IlK"'''. wi-ijjht' _'7'; lh- (;
NY, located near JTampa on S" 4 L
for President in 1K5< and which K: ::1lnttock-, l.'Hf:
"
Railway. Members) get land at a
: elected Abraham Lincoln in 18>0, is .
: '' Traction 'of the usual cost. Largenumber
: the ; I--; :
H.C.STANFORD CO.'KISSIMMEE one brilliant exception. I FOR SAI.K- At I Iu 'bargain', Ten II ai'< c of allottmens taken, and
There mistake in '
the intima-
is a ,
.. farm 11t'Ihl'l'f'Ioom lira UDI'. hlrk- new town building. For information -
tion that the Republican was 'ever a en house, all new fenced with hOI 'i address N R. White, St. Cloud
minor party. It was born because of I
wire :31lt acres in cultivation, one Fla. 409p4ORDER
FLORIDA xy the repeal of the Missouri antislavery I mile from Orange (Center, (ten miles

compromise in 1820, the repeal from Kissimmee; two lots in Orange YOUR trees at once from

t x 95I being brought about by the Douglas Center, two block's from postoffice, I Griffing Bros., W. II. Brokaw, salee

j I !95 Kansas-Nebraska territorial organization all\ for $500, $:i.r)0) cash est easy man, room No. 1, State Bank Build-
r !95 bill, which President Pierce terms. Owner Box St! KMhlmmee, ing. 40tf

c i yl yt y1 y1 y1 yl y1 yt t1 y1 y1 Y1 y1 y'1' yl Y11$ !IiIi! Yt y1 y1 Yt 1 y1 1 y1 y1 y1! yl y1 y1 y1! $' $y1 y'I y1 y1 ure signed gave in May slavery, 1854.an As equal this chance mea -Kla_ 42-tf -pdlt.

with freedom in territory from which FOR SALE-17 acres of land ad-
slavery had been excluded by the Missouri FarmsFOR
u joining the city limits, splendid 5- j I Improved
ing out the city of Tallahassee and Worn at a Wedding.At interdict, it sent a wave of indignation acre bearing orange grove, all good I
+ SUPREME COURT providing in such survey the various I one of the recent fashionable and alarm through all the orange land but about 5-acre3

squares or parks evidently intended weddings in Paris two smartly gown- free States, and it compelled all the which l is lower ground( very rich SALE BY
that such parks should be used for I ed Frenchwomen were seated, watching friends of freedom for the Territories and productive, fine for tanking
'I BUILDING UNDERWAY public or State buildings. But that the arrival of the guests. One in all the parties to get together. and farming. This property can I

only one of these parks had so far said, "There are a great many Americans This forced the great majority of the be had at n l bargain price and on
been used-the one where the pres- I here." Northern Whigs, all the Abolitionists\ favorable terms! jf payment. We Mrs. Summers
ent capitol now stands. He further "How' can you tell?" inquired the and the Free Soilers, most of the have many other desirable.proposi

.. said that the Governor's mansion, in- other. Naturally, the hearers waited Northern Know-Nothings and the tions that we would like to how
GOVERNOR LAYS CORNERSTONE stead of being built out irr the woods, breathlessly for the reply, and were more pronounced element of the antislavery to parties, who :art looking for an --
I' and clear out of town, should have gratified indeed when it came. Democrats into the coalition, excellent location where they can
t I " been erected on one of the beautiful "One can always tell the Americansby which soon'' adopted the Republicanname. grow fine citrus fruits!, vegetables Twenty acres, two miles from Kianinimee -

squares, or parks, which would .)have their smart,costumes, voila tout." and have advantage of high school six acres in cultivation; a
':" :', A special from Tallahassee eays: And yet Americans run over to Born in the spring and summer of
I' added much to the -looks. ,and im- and good churches. Nelson Kealty few bearing fruit trees and a varietyof
The cornerstone of the Supreme provement of the town. Paris every year to select their moatcherished 1854, the Republican party, which fora Co., Over Citizen Slats Bank, Kis small trees; good well; four-room
Court and Railroad Commission building The contract provides that the frocks! few months was vaguely called simmee, Fla. house; some stock and farming implements -
now' under course of construction, building be completed by January, A J great deal of black and white "the anti-Nebraska men/ carried the -- ; nice chicken park, with
was laid Friday afternoon by the Masonic was worn at this wedding, the ma- House of Representatives in November
1913. But from progress shown at I FOR SALE-Lot 1in\ block 24, con. coops, only $2,500Ten
ceremonies, Gov. Albert W. Gil- this time, it is hardly possible thatit terials being of the most fragile and of that year, electing 108 mem- sisting of 5 acres as shown in Kis- acres fenced with hog proof
Christ, grand master of Florida, offic- dainty kind-chiffon and lace over bers of that branch, as compared with
will be completed before April or ,I Kimmee Valley Land Co., Plat of wire; four planted in sweet potatoes;
iating. At 4:15: o'clock the Masonic satin,' lace over chiffon, chiffon over 83 Democrats, Thus Pierce, who car-
May. However, a great deal of work KisKtmmee Park. Price $250. two-room house; good well; near city.
a .. order of this city marched down in a has been done, such as concrete work, lace. with j just enough underdness of ried all the States in 1852, except four Terms to purchaser. J. A. Wrigley, Price, $1,200.
j ,, body-Jrom their lodge room, there be- which is necessarily slow and cajinot satin to make the gown wearable. which went to Scbtt, the,Whig candi- Bay and Newnan streets, Jackson- Five acres; three in cultivation;
.ing about forty members in line of Long narrow trains were a good date, and who won a large majority
be appreciated by the laymen. Too, ville, Fla. 42-4t. 'five-room house; beautiful yard; good
march, and in uniform. Excellent a great deal of bad weather has been deal seen, and the silhouette was slender in the House, received a setback from I well; $1,200.
music Vas furnished by two members experienced which necessarily delayed although draped models pre- a new party two years later and had FOR SALE-Good ten-room house;; Ten acres, all cleared and fenced;
of the Capital City theater orchestra. the work. vailed. A little Englishwoman the popular branch of Congress suitable for boarding, or rooming; six-room house, stable and out-buiM-
Concluding the ceremonies was an addrese Carved on the cornerstone of the I"thanked her stars" that this Was the against him during the second half bath and toilet, good barn; lot, 66 ings; about 2V4 acres bearing ,
by Governor Gilchrist, who re- building is the following; "A. L. 5812 case fur, as she expressed it, she was of his term. There were sufficient x50 feet; five minutes from depot. mostly orange; about one-half grove mile
cited the incidents leading up to the -Albert W. Gilchrist, G. M. F. & A. most awfully tired, don't you know, "Americans," or "Know Nothings," Two new cottages, city water and from railroad station. Price, $2,000.
s. r construction of this building He said M., Florida." On another side of the of looking like an animated umbrella, elected to the House in 1854 to give sewerage; vacant lot on paved Ten acres fine land; three miles
that he had made such a recommen- tightly wrapped. them the balance of between street, 66x150 feet. Four acre
stone the following: "Erected A. D. power I from postoffice; hog-proof fence;
dation in his message to the Legislature 1912, State Building Commission, Al- Brilliant notes of color lifted the the two great parties, but nearly all orange grove, 200 large, bearing good well; two-room house, five acres
and that Senator Flournoy had bert W. Gilchrist, Governor; WilliamV. black and white gowns to a high key, the Northern section of the Ameri- trees, 4 miles from town. Also 500 cleared, one plowed; two dozen Chickens -
a taken it up in the Senate, introducing Knott, Comptroller; R. F. Taylor, and very lovely were the costumesof cans soon joined the Republican acres of fruit and truck land one to and $75 worth of new furniture;

a bill for such an appropriation, W. B. Young, D. A. Finlayson, George creamy lace an delaborately em- party. Thus, right at the outset in three miles from town. Call on or 1V4 miles from city limits; only $500
t k And pushing it to conclusion. He said Lewis, A. I.. Wilson, P.' Thornton broidered net and batiste, with colored its career, the Republican became a address. H. N. Bratton, Owner.41tf cash. X,
i that the park where the building is Architect A. satin girdles and small corsage bou- great party. Five courtT
Mnrye, ; George Clayton, acres, two miles from
t .being erected l is the proper place for Contracting Builder." quote of small flowers. The Whig party, which made the FOR SALE-2! h, p. International house; hog-proof fence; a garden of
It, and by the city giving a quitclaim.deed'to" \ After its summer vacation, the Supreme Taffeta frocks were chiefly in the fight against the Democrats in 1852 Harvester 'gasoline engine, in good and sweet potatoes !four-room
this park or square, $15,000) Court will meet again next lighter shades shot with another tone. before the Republican party was running order. Will sell at a sac peas house; 1 mule and ;, farm implements
wagon -
.>f the appropriation had been saved, week, October 10. Although the An absence of dark blue was especially heard of, was not the opponent of rifice if taken at once. Apply at household furniture; $700
which otherwise would have been members of the court have not beenin noticeable. Wedgewood blue and the Democracy in 1854. That function Gazette office., 37tf
; pent for a building site, and the saving nottier cash.Thirtyfive
blue shot with silver or that taken the
session for few months was by Republican
now a they acres, six miles from
\ of which amount had enabled the pale water green were in evidence, which thrust the FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story '
all have not been away and idle. party, immediately Kissimmee; five acres bearing ; \iI'
grove
building commission to provide a fire- I and blue-and-white stripes, touched Democracy into the minority in the house with porcAes and 14 rooms. twelve acres in cultivation '
proof building, the only one the State' I I lightly with cherry or amber, were House of Representatives. The min- 67% feet of ground by 147%. Excellent house barn ; six-room'
wilt have. He said the United States FOR RENT signs for sale at this combined in two very chic costumes. ute fraction of the old Whigs who place for a first class room- Nine, cheap hundred ; $3,500. 4-

.:' government when surveying and lay- office, 10 cents each. I Rose color stood out splendidly on clung to that name in the congressional ing and boarding house. Come, let fine eight-acre grove acres, on sixteen which is s

one or two very pretty wtfhien. These campaign of 1854 were too few us show you this property: we old, bearing .orange and fruit years
-'- - -- -- grape ;
-- ----- frocks were made up with a good deal to be reckoned with by the Democrats will introduce you to the owner real land only $8u
f { of lace on the corsage, and both had or the Republicans. with whom you can deal direct. Forty orange acres ;fifteen per acre.

touches of tulle and mousseline de. sole Many newspapers, in addition to Nelson Realty Co., Kicsunmee, Fla. orange, grape; fruit, acre tangerines grove,,
i incorporated in the trimming. the Minneapolis Joprnal, have saidor
peach, peach, lime, lemon
pear
Flat hats trimmed with aigrettes intimated that the Republican
; Is Sent Complimentary WANTED loquat, guavas, blackberries anJgrapes
were very much to the fore; but the party at the outset was only a minor ; ask the price.
hats worn by the debutantes and their political sect, like the Greenback Five one-half
acres, mile from
younger sisters wer trimmed with party of 1876-84 or the Populist WANTED--Boarders and roomers at court-house; modern eight -

Parties receiving this paper, who are not flowers.A party of 1892. They are mistaken.In the Tremont House on Broadway. house, large barn; $3,300, one-half room
word about the' bridesmaids'gowns. the first year of its life the Re- Everything nice and clean.) Applyto cash.
regular subscribe, must not think that it is They were of rose-pink shot publican party carried the House of Mrs. J. M. Rouse. 43-lt Seventeen acres five
taffeta, looped up in pannier fashion, Representatives! When only two ; acre bearing
? ,, the intention of the publishers to later de- with cream net fichus. Narrow tucks years old, the party, under the lead- WANTED-At an incubator 60 grove; eight-room house, barn, chicken -
once park, flowing well; balance of land

mand of them the subscription price, as it is and which insets were of scarcely lace trimmed more the than skirts two ership for the of presidency Fremont, made which a gave canvass the I I good to 250 condition eggs capacity and at, must a low be cash in can be ask cultivated the price.or cut in city Iota'just ;

r e mailed to them complimentary by our Board yards three wide flat, but pleats looked set in wider on each becauseof side campaign.Democracy a fight throughout the I price. Box 678, Kissimmee, 89tf Twenty-ftve? acres, partly cleared,

: of County Commissioners for the purpose ten inches up from the hem. The experience of the Republican LOST-One jeweled Phi Delta Pheta $1,200.Have also Three 820 miles out.
These only could be seen when Che in becoming a great organization acres in Geary
t acquainting them with the advantages This is in party fraternity fill. If returned suitable county, Kansas; eight miles from the
many wearers walked. a note at its birth will not be repeatedby reward paid. C. A. Carson.
"' shirt-making that will, no doubt, be I county seat; 100 acres in cultivation;
the National Progressive party
40 tf.
": and opportunities this town and offer balance
.., '\ county accepted with gratitude by the majority launched by Roosevelt at Chicago. pasture and hay land; seven-
\ of women. Their wide hats of FOR for sale room house, barn, etc; an excellent
H': ;' the homeseeker. The paper will be mailed a RENT signs at this stock farm
at $40
lace were encircled with garlands of office 10 cent each. per acre. #
i t >-.0... : In the Natural Course. Have ten acres, all cleared N
? : few weeks to.any person whose.name given pale pink !rosebuds., .,, in cultivation partly
r" ' unfolding from within, ; about 100 bearing
Life Is ever
e ; us, and if they should desire to receive it reg- and revealing Itself to the light, and orange trees; six-room house, barn,

Splendid Residence Lot in the heart at The M... Vote sheds, chicken yard, etc.; to exchange let'
''rliuIarIy thereafter, we would be glad to put thoughts engendered: rn for Kissimmee residence.. r !
'f.' f'L. .. last reveal themselves In words, ac- "The voice what is cryln' In the wilderness
'''.* list No 463-Fine, large, vacant corner iti; ) .
-f.: ,! them on our subscription at j the regular lot 80x1471 feet, close to lake. Splendid Nona and things. accomplished.James this day an' time Is alvertls- '

rates.. location good neighborhood W* AUea. Ing real esUU-->takln' off mansions "
n are offering this Urge lot at th..ery! on earth; an' If the voice is only loud Mrs. Mary Summers r

!* ',>i. , low price of |400' essn.-- H.'"-M.r- "; Break'er4C I When a man boasts of his affairs, enough its sure to catch the crowd." .: -t.t" ,MLUkeblt
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dv From The Note ;BookOf '"I Baby Make a 'Distance"Record.. Wlndso avenue. .The Journey from Ing 'George speared at his own back ."
want to see my papa. the Reis home made In "
With ,thi childish was Dr. Reis' ,.rate. Dragging his tricycle la thai. '.'.
explanation motor car, and the tricycle was taken he
yard, .climbed the stairs and knocked
Gorge Rela, Jr., 8 yeanold, told how along for George to amuse himself I at the kitchen door. 1 .

a Newspaper Reporter he had Beach ridden his tricycle from Wilson with while the older members of the "Where is papa Tft' he asked ot hi.
to his home at 3247 Armi-
family were enjoying the .bathing at grandmother who appeared to answer ',
tage avenue, a distance of, ten miles, Wilson Beach '_ : the "
knocks (want ; and something -
papa
incidentally setting fte- long distance Another use- for TiU machine "
NUMBER III- By J. H. REESE-: was to eat. .
._._ ..,. record for iinfantatyclists. found by the boy No sooner had Dr. made
- .. .. George is the son of Dr. George Reis started on his return home than Just how the child the long

illy'r Driacoll\ was. in Kis- 'dog."' Turning to the villagers he Reis, and since hit baby day has George( asked! '"Where Is my'papa?" trip" from Wilson Beach is not known.
and "I to the town been the inseparable companion of his "Ohr he'll be home 1 think he must have taken the ti
"Tuesday, as chubby rosy said: am going place in a minute. He'is name !
school boy. You wouldn't think r under'military law at once. Those of father. Plans of his knottier to change coming now," was". the response of "route as we went'. in the ma- *
Capt. Billy over that he was a you who live outside the town will this state of affairs did not meet with mother.Late. chine, said Dr. Reis. "We have often ';:

rra commander of the true go at once to yojir homes add remain approval. Hence the long distance in the afternoon all except made the trip along the boulevard to "

but he'a rot the stuff in-him there; those of'you who live inside thetown ride over the North Side Boulevardsand George went to Wilson each With Mrs. Remus' house, and" he must hv. J

which successful military Com- will do likewise. If anybody is through Lincoln"park. no one to answer questions as to his remembered the way. -
are made. I saw the Cap found on the streets after half an The other afternoon Mrs. Role, her father's whereabouts, the three-year- "I came up nice streets; and Iaitj> '. '"

tried out once and the expert* hour ha will be placed ,under arrest daughter, .Edith,".and .George,,.Jr.,.be- old boy started H>n a tour of personal eJ until the cars got put/ said Geo. '
r:.BETTER.k." It the"Th.n bril.Mother cakes is one that will never be obliter Furthermore there is Gatling gun gan what was to have been a week's investi(ration. Jr.: 'I was not,scared.; "-Chicago'; Re=! r,. .
-.'.from from the memory of'those who in that car which fires twelve hun- visit with Mrs. George Remus! at 801 Shortly after 8 o'clock in the even- (! cord-Herald. : M .;.

RITE CLOVER : in It dred shots a minute. If those men l.. d;

j Mcau.e H i* oner DrUcoll is fashioned much who have committed these outrages '1I

/could h* poMibly, the same physical pattern typi have not surrendered by eight o'clock .....
(d.6 jimr.errfert Perfect condition sraie. m./ in the being of General Fred Fun- tomorrow morning, that Gatling gun V. .
.lover. PRRI-tCT The -one and only time that I will be turned loose in these woods '

evert. We dtal.r su.r>ni 10*.refund ii. and the. General Funston he Was on hH about here and not a living thing I .6. is the main question and should always be ,;;; ....,..-r.r.

I >rlc 10 snpoae not / to Cuba to help Secretary Taft will escape-not even a bird or a rab- IS THE T.ITL'E OO.-D.--? answered by a disinterested authority. .
Tbe Best Governor Magoon straighten out bit will be left living in them." ; i tIThe +

>' of the numerous rebellions that The outlaws were said to be hidingin TITLE GUARANTY CO.
'YOIR GROCER arisen since the American oc the woods about the town, and this ,
of the island. surmise must have been correct, for will search and examine the title to the )land which you are adout to purchase, In .

had interviewed" Secretary Taft twenty men came in the next morningand Osceola County, or elsewhere rn Florida and if found to be good will guarantee .,.

way to Cuba but a short time surrendered, and they came before you against toss by reason of mortgages, liens unpaid taxes and adverse claims.

ly. He was being accom* eight o'clock. It is business to and in im-
I quoted Capt. Dri coll's languagein our protect our clients patrons against investments ,-

@ Robert by Assistant Bacon. Mr.Secretary Bacon is of a my story of the affair. lie was, perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search: of the records and the issueof

type of the political and social severely criticised by some newspapers our TITLE POLICY pr Guaranteed Certificate of Title.

Brow. When I inquired for but his prompt and correct sizing

Taft of, he lifted pronunciation his brow of in and up brought of the an situation era of saved peace the to Baxter day-, The Title Guarantee Company Bees a General Abstract BMIMM tkr Bbont tie'State of Florida . ,er

f name of Taft my It is not every that had not been known for a --Abstract to City and County Property made and delivered on short notice :.

who can lift his brow If long while. If the legal battery that ___ L_.___ . C
Pi prosecuted the men had taken hold of '
did can Mr.lift your Robert brow Bacon in deprecation, then you, the case with the same determination TITLE I C3LJARAIMT C IVI F= A N'Y'

in a fair way of becoming a High there would have been several convic- -- Capital Stock AIOOOOOOO-
tions, but as I recall it there was nota
I called the Secretary of War
crowd who CARROL JUDSON President EDWARD A. NASH V. R. JUDSON Treasurer
Taft. Mr. Bacon corrected man In the was con Secretary ,
victed, and they were all confessedly TOOMEB &; REYNOLDS, General) Counsel
He said, "I suppose you mean
Tawft. I satisfied him guilty. Home Office, Bi.bee'Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Branch Office, Klsslmmee, Fla."

that he had guessed It is not often that a military man LEWIS O'BRYAN, Manager Klssimmee Branch
A GOOD EATA After passing another travel- in this State has occasion to show the
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stuff that's in him, and we may all -
companion of the Secre
CHEAP corpulent this is the case.It l is
be glad that
of War who also let me know
I didn't know how to' impossible to say what might have
A QUICK pronounce of the visitto
I In- been the result military's
gentleman's name, emerged
outlaws had been
if the not
Is what get oleaginous I found Baxter
you presence.
Taft and unaf intimidated at the very outset. They
unassuming
an
had been engaged in deadly work for
He I
Hatmaker's man. was looking idly
some time and were armed and or-
the window of his car, and
The little had suffered
village
ganized. -
which he
his
nose glasses
Old Valley Gazette veritable of terror at
a reign
in his hand against the bridge

also any kind of nose. A popular novel which their next day hands.to gather I remained up the through loose ends the t
been reading lay on his
SOFT L> open of the story, and took dinner at the rsi A :

train was*.several hours late home of the man who had been the I
center of the feud. He had buried one
there was some doubt that he
make his with the of his sons and another was confined j jLa l --- ,
connection
..at 1' mpa.Mm- ft-Wtt8-tm- lied..swathed .m bandaK"...-- 'rom, at}i I ) -
cutting scrape incident to the war
and a less placid 1
LOUIS A. have been chafing under person the that had been waged with their' neighborg | 1u

I )'. 1 remarked this to him. lie and the old man himself carrIed I
his left arm in a sling from a pistol
PUBLIC blandly and commented that if
shot. The house was stocked with I
couldn't keep his temper over
AUDITOR arms and ammunition ready for instant I
thing like a late train that
better quit business. At that use. The big family Bible

CofflBitrclal and Municipal Mr. Taft had never had to deal which reposed on the center table was
such things as Schedule K and surmounted with a large revolver,
Yet and from the number of shot guns
of
insurgent Republicans
Incorporated all these has about it seemed there was one for
International of vexations, it .
been discovered that the Pre every corner.
Society, Detroit. i is irritable. His great good The night vigil kept by the soldiers
in that little town recalled scenes
his I have
is saving quality.
P. 0. ... 377USSIMHEE. : the satisfaction of seeing my from history and fireside narration r
that had been enacted when war enveloped -
FUL impression of him borne out

I him testimony intimately.of those who have us who our were country present and some gave slight thoseof you want to lookout: or buy the cheapest Farm Implements In town

idea of what fathers and mothers 1
,1'L I of to say that I gained from noth-Mr. suffered during our that fearful period for the money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Com
any great importance
If want a The silence accentuated bv the measured -
you concerning the situation in ; "tread f of 'sentries-was made the pany.. Good goods., big values square dealings. l '
which that time
was at regard-
BARGAIN more emphatic and omnious by the
in serious. General Funston
an re
presence of five figures standing about
me when I passed a leading the of the dead deputythewife
ORANGE to him, that the Government corpse i r
and four little daughters, whose
hardly publish in the newspa too Beep for tears and
grief :was .
or land to grow any information of real Import- .
whose found expression onlyin -
that the .situation was delicate sorrow .. ..
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the dumb lead depicted their ,,", ; "
e upon ,
Oranges and would have to be handled as shrunken faces. . (I '. ,\ ,.:..t>!i .;' .' oj I .
,it demanded. Funston is ' ,_ ', '..'J '''''' ,).\' ,'1A't:''' ., .'.' \

of, stature but broad of girth '

Grapefruit- *. looked prosperous! and contented. 00404000444004440'p Osceola Hardware Co.
impressed one as being smart and
and his'career proves that he 0 ALGER NEWS. 0

grit and initiative in abundance. 000 000 .

) these respects Capt. Driscoll is 4444444x4444044444The I

(General Funston. Some
years H Hle
M I Florida East (ouht railway
the fall of 1904, the Wilson bat-
seems to be the topic of the day now.
and of riflemen of
a company The weather has set in very nil'e and .
Election Night received orders from the --- -- --- - ---
to proceed to Baxter in pleasant now and OW Splinter is very I L -
FIREMEN'S H county to suppress'a lawless glad to see the fall and winter corning =, i..

Full and that had resulted in the on.
Walter A. Beebe is in town this
NATIONAL, STATE and of four men.
week his ft lends.
visiting many
ELECTION military left Jacksonville in the
J. B. Qwen) and family are in {town
-by- on a special train, and I was I.
their homestead.
of the When the once more on J
SPECIAL WESTERN party. Mr and Mrs. G. W. Teitic, of Win- es.
arrived at Baxter the villagers
direct to Hall. gathered about the station in ter Haven, passed through; this cityon .
Cigars, Pipes and their way to Mrs. Fertic's mothers,
The had l been
community
Refreshments @ Mrs John JVlcLaughlm. '
the
by a band of night riders Depends largely on mattress ..
MUSIC AND Mrs. J. E. Youn left here for
some time. These men would last week relatives.Mr. :1 l buy. The mattress ,rut be of -
Tickets 1.00 into the town after night fall ney visiting 01-1 i I : .I J you: ,
and Mrs. L. L. Fertic and
-/ g\\\ tp .M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I shoot up the place. The origin dren returned yesterday from Mulberry I f fI I 11 uniform thickness, gently elastic to
found
of petty outlawry disputes was between in a a large num where they spent a few weeks j'' conform to the body lines, at the '
Mr. J. M. Dixon and Mr. R. K
who lived in the town and L
of the natives. They began Willis have just returned from Kis- It same time supporting the sleeper ,

about land lines, then about simmee on a business trip. without I.
DANCING. ownership of cattle and hogs and I Mrs. M L. Willis and son, and 1Hi $ pressure.
under direction Miss Carrie Padgett took a flying tripto
the quarrels led to personal;
f MRS. J. D. and the altercations led Whittier. ( "
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in Sun-
town
T Mr. John Padgett was
at and knife work which had re- The Princess Mattress .
'y 1 FIREMEN'S in the killing of a son of the day Visiting his relative, !Mrs O K i

two of the natives and a Padgett.
Well I guess the mail will start up JJI

Monday Thursday Evening" -- -. :: was sheriff.present The in the most dead'recent body out-of on the 16th, three times a week, and I is made of cotton woven by our specially designed

LESSONS FIFTY CENTS deputy sheriff who had been called every R. E.citizen Padgett will has be glad left for Canoe 'y .1 I machinery into 1 layers of light fluffy full one laycrplan..u
his home the night before and
Private instructions if upon without warning. The of creek to spend the winter. = rr 1 upon the other to insure uniformity of! I

special rates. had gone to the door with his SPLINTER. 1 ; .' thickness. ]\\c-ighs full 50 pounds, and is encased '

in hand, and when he was saluted 4
t in artistic in
a volley he fired both barrels in- 440444444.4444444404 : ticking design---plain stripe or

crowd without and had killed 0 4 ;1'7r::' ) fancy-of durable quality.
(0 SHINGLE CnEJo K. 4 I ?
NOTICK FOR man. with his own expiring 4 0 Ours is the oldest, largest and best equipped .

NOTICE Is hereby; given may be imagined that things 040404404404004440I. 4' factory in the south for the manufacture of mattresses -

Council Florida. of will the receive City bids of rather tense at Baxter about the H I'uyn spent Saturday night and THE PRINCESS is our specialty. We
that the arrived from
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structlon at the Clerk's of a public office ditch In the i A military company from Live Sunday with his daughter, Mrs Will .. sell]) it under a 60 night's trial promising refund
of SAld City at 7:10 p. m. Winters, and friends across the creek
tbe 6th day of November. had reached the place a short says the interest in the Sunday school ] 1n 3O I your money if ;you are not satisfied.Vo are !safe
Said ditch to fee before and were guarding six '
tile north boundary of the wllo had been taken into and night meeting of the church is Snu I in doing this because we employ none but expert

limit of said City south increasing., yInamma. workmen of long experience who make ,
THE 'r
easterly to Lake :: Mr. Farnell, late of Illinois, who recently -
log to the plans and ; Dnscoll lined his men up on "
PRINCESS hand in
the City Engineer station platform, and called them bought the Stokes place, movedhis by a large. well lighted ,
Council and on file In said The terrified natives family there on Monday. thoroughly -ventilated factory.
\o No.4
has built big
Will Winters a good
Aloe.s.rtTAN about in wide eyed curiosity,
ehsek,for "
for the creekto .
wait
Can't
boat. longer
Dollars, payable to the Capt. Driscoll delivered the dealer. He should be able '.
down. Ask to If not ,
i City shall accompany effective that I run your supply you. ,
same ; ever
I to be forfeited by the i speech Mr. Geo. Weimer sold his farm RiNCESS write direct to us. Be sure you are informed before you buy. :
(bidder incase of failure
and Mrs. Weimer went to
, with the term of said he said, "we are here repre-- recently .
\f. ,,_ Reasonable bond will be the State and the law in their their new home at Lakeland'Monday. Gho1stin.-Cu.n.nlngh l
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contractor. Geo. Overstreet is not regaininghis .
right I I. reserved to and majesty. It is expected of / '
I* .and all bids. man that he will do his duty. health. Si:r igbed Co. .
iu Address all bids to the
fa and
time for wavering no
}; -the City of Klsslmmee." : no Characteristic generosity is a thing
., .. be rendered for failure. I
Gilbert.>> Clerk Klselmmee. can MarihfactwrerH ATLANTA. GAI e t
of habitJustice
.; 4-Dated October expect every man to follow ord- SANITARY MATTRESSG"II
litb. A. D.
: R. to the letter. If any man falls I i is not only blind but lame
: /.a.jp ClerkJ. of shoot him down ai I would aJar these days. .
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Murphy.. 'T. M. Holer..) A M..I.. R.Uon.' 8. 14. Nitthfl E.. Williams, Ime'. Walker. Andrew NOTICE.*
( K, T., H.ttoTh4' L. WRiter, Worden. ., WIlliams. F-. R.' WARING APPEALS.
MlnX, C -A';.' etinarlvtary. ', 01. 10.
L'lST Of QUALIFIEI Mack. Km.II. .' Simpson. J*. A.*,, 1 Harber. Co . Wll, .. J.i Woodard." A.1-V I-
: : Marsh. I M.Hmlth.. J. N.. *. Ha. Ack I.,. Journl..n R. 1'Ha. \. Wa ton. F. 1*. Wentworth.- F. 'P., October IT, UI. 1'1'TO
_ : Minx,.U.*10.. .Hulllvan. A. B ..Rihard. John/on. h. '1.. Washburn. N. H.. Wells. Nathan.W11..m. Nqtlcn I I. hereby (given that '

; Mark ICnrnest.! Mwab..)'. H.I.! .. HI..kw.U. -. 8. q.Harb..r. ., Ruasel H., 'Webber B. H.. suance of Section 200 of the n.n..r l SUPREME
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..- ., Moore J. }.. Stephens, L. H.. I I" M" lohtlatnn. J. L Woo. O.Y.., ; ? Statute of the State of. Florif..hoHo..rd ,
Moob:;J.,'tf. : Stalker, .... %V.:. Barber, A J. .on... John P.. hl .., John Yeaicer, Hk'41., of County COURT

L EI..torl of QaceolaCoantyt: ;.Flo. Minx. K. K>.". Story.A., M.. . Jon... 4eorge.W.. "WalshJwM- __} ." I_., _lnih,rCourt.Housw on -i> tob.r..J 6thtoe '
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: ',--""" ;:."" , .___._.' Mast. era.. K. 11'.. Knyder. Rodney; t..u Judad.n. John.ttaNis ; the purpose of revising regis.tration
; for the General Election Mack William, Saunders. U. N.. .. .rran John.u. lulbert.1 Wrlarht H. ., Zimmerman. It D.. books of Osceoln County and{ LOSING OUT'ON FIRST ROUNDCONTRACTOR'S .,.

; ,t'wi' ida .- Morrow, Savage P. P.. I.... . a..,,.. H..orje Wa.r., Clias.j erhslnir therefrom the names of al ,
',' Meyer P. .j..W. Hnyder Hr H.. .. John C.. (' .. UIM''II' >4>:ILPlount who have dl"d or moved from I1' .' ''1

: r, ..: November,. 1912. MAtl ck..J. K: .story.. A. I>.. itan.. Pitrny C. Jn'... Elinore ..i.ltnbis. .. N. .Nettles.Yl 'It.Crosbyb4j. . county or from one district to another. : : " _''4
-t *7 4' -- .Mason. W. H.. /Smith. II. I'.. J. C.. .IIYira.. 1'homa.. J. In thjp .ame count)', jor who are other.wise -

: ... --'" O. .. MsoDonouirtt.fi. M,, Smith. 'W. D. .. .ohn. Kit'ti. A. M.. Raul.r.on. D. K,. dlaquallflpd to Vote, as shown by CASE AGAINST
: : I"pUStr xraxiDonoutrh. A. J.. Ballet ts. J.oC... Uarb..r. .. Klnutrr. MlchII.Haat..r. Crosby. A..Ii.. Raulerson.1). P lh" followinjr list:,,
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&: .AIve"' C. I... I 1"I,,)4I. It. j.C..AlmftR. . May, H. H.. Hmlth. J. H.. I J. E.. Kinney. A. H. Crosby, J. l\Jr.. )Itaulerson Yulea, IMIKI'IM'T. NO. I. TiE COMMISSIONERS OF
j ,. "%'IIIi.. I'ruIl. c. I... Sullivan. 'LawrrjiedMcPhatter. I 'h.rk hart. C)',rita. K I p1 iii*Pr. A. P.. Crosby K. H., Hooth. A. J., Moved from countyHurKestliier. .
nd..r.on J..hn. "'Ii'inhig. t41.rlljtut. John. Sylvester J..D.. I ar..r. Z. K .I..t. t1ruI'gt.llutla.n. ''Simmons 'M.. J. V., Moved from count SUMTER COUNTY CONTINUES :

4Nhton. d. '\'.. "unk. I C. It. McCutchoon Peter Smith I>. A.. X. K.. Knll.I', (I.. I Doneajan. J. H. Story J. S.. It. 0.. Moved from county.
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Av. ..)'. n. M.. I.'r..nd.$ i I'al' 0. McLaxiBThlln W.F., Hmlth W. 1C.. Huriank. (1. II U. D.. story, s. H.. Colt..r. K. Moved from county IN .
. lit. :I 'I :: Kilpatriek Da'I. COURTS
.AImain (I4'U'gt.. 1..rr..II. McCallTater, D.. Smith.: J. M.. ilrfrker.I I. 1J.ltnllcy. ; C. H. 1.
nets, Jos. Moved from county
\' ...I.. .d. II N.. '... .. '. M.. Starln. .
\\ J.
Anthon. Jull". McCnlllster. I... Sessions. C. A.. ) Kerna. Kuban ks, V\\ AKubanks. U Harwell. W. H.. Dead,
ihi>h :, Alhrton. W. F.. Vut. '1' C..AuIInn. . McCulcheon, I.. M.. Hhsrp. J. M... : i4ukl.V ), I.. Kn"1.", +'r..ncll(L.Itluod. *S. .I... .tory. Jones W. Moved from county.

1B. 1.'IIn..h.r. 1-01.. I. 111('I..an. 4) f Handera, H. J.. C. I>.. hiiin'y.. I. ... Kubanks, ..:nln... Tracey, J. '" '.. Johnston 1.. R.. ( from county Attorney Andrew Johnson vent to
\rn..ld. W." )-1.. 1'"ul" 'rllnk.' lIt..I..od. M O.W .Hesslons. W A. I I.rlnllan. J.'h. K. lb. N. .\.. Tlndall Younk.Tlndall Jackson. C. K.. Moyed from county "
Au..lln. M.. .. F"rll" V. 11.A..lln. M..K..nal. F. /Htall. F. A. ,'. c'I ,'.I'l:. Farmer H. c.. John. Kelly M.. Moved from county Tiyvares this week to arge before
*. Mv I.. (' I'I'II\I"N". t" w. McNiat.V ,K. 'Wlule C. \\'.. i Itairil. K..iinv. 'A Lrenkford. R. M.. Moved from countyLindsay Judge Bulloch the case R.JX Vfur-

.AIvi y. "ri.I :IIsI.:: r. i iM Nit 7jJfl4 IMrKpc. ...... Hh'"". Ii. M.. 14..Ii l..tt. ". Nls.' Vhoman.Ftl..cie. Hancock H J. . L. K.. Moved from county.Moselcy. ing the Kissimmee
? V flflCU. I. I K lug. \\'. IIj'luuetti't contractr.against ,
I .uatin. l I. C. I Sylv isti r, 1' I. ) .. UINTIIICT>. 41.
Dead
J..hi I II : ; //I...,..... __ A. M. the Commissioners
Anderson., II: \\ .. 1..I. %hlll. M..ul&hlill.. \\' A.' Simmons. I D.Nt I U I Moved from : Sumtr
Ad.m. I J.. ,.'I..h. "r. .1. I 1'1. .Z.IeKii. IJ A Smith. Kerblc.. Ilitsa. J. I K.. ,i.nng. I. 1 Arnold, Albertle.I Montsdoca. J. M Meek, H.. IX. Moved county.Mitchell. county, for the recovery of a
J T. frQm county.McIermntt.
-. Aultm..11 o. Iarol. I I. \I McCnll' I S K: /Smith. D. K. I J F .1. .. Arnold c. l.. cerife
Wy- .. . 1..r. 1..1. I" F. Moved from county check which the contractor
"\ .. fl. U I' ; Sfiiver I '('iinsN..I4)iI I rr. H. I 1.,1. r. I I.. M.. h'CI.land. W. 41.. r-

; H..n..". .1 I. i I Henry T Mi undela. John I 111.1.11. ,P it.. 1.1. C.harl.... Bass. A. K. Norton.Norrls.V.W.. .H.,.,. Moved from county quired to deposit some time

., 7 '. u.RNN. N JI' ;1111..1. H. !| Nlmttts. : Joe.Nlenieyci : Saunders. W. %\'.. I Ituir John I. I.amb. I. I'alsden.: John.. Nkk..llon. Alford.4rHerry. Prescott W. F. Moved from county.D.ad. when he made a bid for building ag
H..... U. W. 11I..ln'r.. J M. 1C: A SmithV A. Itit rdweli. A 1..I..I..r. C.. Bn" LP.Irown .
I ICI Andrew. Moved court house and erected in
from
OIllh'rl. .\ N.Hn'an. J. A.. I'hllllps nunly. jail
Hut icr. R. T. \;'exton.. 4' 41.Ncal. Hwope. c' 1C: "nl..r. .rt I.vl I. M. M I. t b
e', N. 1.' i ,J KV.... .1. It. .1.1'aJt..r I i L.e.N.'lsiill. Spawn A F.Sallette. I It e. I.uC. (2iarlce.ItrIle. ." O. R.. Port.r..1 E. Moved from county that county.

), "..... \\ C.. i'Iff4n., . W. N.'" I..... I' c' T U. Chiiriin A I.. nox. Virgil C.B..lnr" B..... Urnnt.Hnss. p..d..t. John. Paxton R.S C. Moved Moved from from county. After being the contraict
01111"1'1. I' I.:. I Quln n. ": . Hob.r.ol. A. county8harpe. aware
.. Hull. J C. I..ndl. lad..t.
II. 1 Snllette.\
XX A
e7 : .1 ) 1. J. L P. from Mr. the
. 11 I A Hans, Nat. Chas. H.. Mpx'ed county Waring gave up reatn
I
itlh.'
1".11. ""%'UIi*( W.. rl. N. I ". A ,S I Smith. A ,S. I I I I I..mh. I''I. 'adfC.t. .
H Kfart3f. no I Ilhr'k.11" ... UlR-elow. I). F. H'I."t.r. J. p.. l>.ati. that he unable to make the bond
14tt.I..r. W. J. IIr..hlll1l. N.. I.ii... J .1 l Snffocd. It F 1..1..111.'. .1'""' was
: .. .1. ;..I. ... II P .... .1 I' J.'hlrd.. C. "ua.r. Thos.. PeartWilliams.
Ii :Not; I'I... \\' M :41. (II .ad.n..h. required of him. Then followed the
N.. < :,,id ii,,'r. 1-1 i". It I" Drawdy. I. H.. .
1.11'11 I on. II : l KOKI. I SullivbtiiN.atIiaI AdenStokes. I blINK. li1" I' l.ot. .
% Ion.' . certified
XVIIlls. collect the
from .ounlv1.IU"C.'c. to checkof
Urnwn. MorllIn. n'ITI..1' 4 .I.VlKOII I. I Martin.Silas. 14'w,',. I I I.) nell. \\' I I' Drawdy. J. T.. Nt.rlng.) c. :8. MI"'d. attempt
-l' "
n I I.
)1..11. A H.. ";iitIIi.j I': \\.1 1 \ L S. n""I..r. 1.ittIii,1 T Drawdy. I. .lI .. %I. : $2,400 which he had His
\: ; I. dep.lt.
; H..II.jluekIi T... .T t'. ., ;"III"t tiki.....U..1 11..1.It'I./.,,I' I ::0.0h.; ......' N II 1'1..1.' M S.oijuliiii. ..I.Sliupe. I. I "",'1"1\. .J.rl.\Illa I Lou.lol (' \\' I 'ixii. Jery I. Stephens.. Noah.. Lent.Hmlth Tin.Hronson..... (Dock.O W .I Dead Head first step was.to file -an

hll"d)'. ChatsePs. I. nllh.'I.I \\' rt . H' .1. Stale I *:, tleo.lOvvlslreet i "" hll"k. .1". T. 1.\",a. J 'A' Fertlc... ,8. H. Klmona. H\. TI....,.. L. H.. Moved from countyIvy. alternative writ of mandamus which
II........ Ch.rl. iiFtIIII, '10'" I J .1 M. S. h"I.I.III. M I. 1 'oil. T t.U"r'"r. . .rl' H. H.. Hmlth. J. !I.. I 1C I. I I..d. was argued before Judge Hobles' in

lilillo..k. ,S H.. Hlh..rl. t- /S..4c . !, ox--i. mi..on.. John. I. ,I )"arll.t.' J.I K .t. MI.h.) n..... \ L. L.. SSVSBH. HFertie. . IItF'IT M :t. Tampa, and granted. The hearing before -

'. 1arela) J. A.. : :::uI.li..n., : IIt'nrt.' !: overall. I ....1. II It. Tho............ J \Vii Jur..I.. 1.. ,Ft 111,.. n. H. O. W.. Smith. A.. XV H.Stefihens. M. BrlKhl. M. L. 1..0 Judge Bulloch, in whose circuit
A.. idti. r. 4' IIIntea. '
J4aIL IavId i I U.II"IX. .1 I F. Tlson. U XV I . II ," \\n Brown I. M. Moved from .
I 3aNL Z W. ,...I'. n \V ollxer. .1 \\' Tlndall.\ J T TXV I I-I.HI1l'r lItlln. J '1'.. C'.odwln. W. R.. ', I.IU'C'I"C"I' NO. 4.Harvey. it properly blongl. came up on a demurrer -
IliinIy. Th.o oIl1r"'II. n .P.. . I STiller. Blo.a. ) K. MILIiII. A W. Uodwln. F. J and
I.1., ..1'.1 I II I Todd.' H John ' 'nf..ur: Avant from t alternativewrit.
flMIIu. H. H.. n..llma.. J. \\ ,, 1 Kerry' I" .\ 111. I ibari.n. J' ,1 ri".I' '"I11".h'lt. .. iloodwln. O. XX' AI I bolts. Hlr..m. 10v'd. c..n\. Judge Bulloch sustained
: k' Jorden the
Tlner
B. I I
u", .... .vld.. mrdier., J 1 1I4iu I' . ,i..I. X I P Tu'k.J .K. lbIiik I ,.. i. J I lux. 1.
ox i si ((111,1,.. It I D.. J. T.Crnlng.'r. Hlailer. Philip. Moved from countyBlaster. demurrer
.. I4owclI I ;" vII.. . -' ,i ox .',IeI"ri..1..1 J IIOlllas Thompson.. Haiti.'XThomas. ... 11.. ir. MUI""II., J""lnk" I Tumbln. H. H. Moved from countyHryan. and Attorney Johnson will
Ha.... 0 JI'. 'al1.; .." . 1lilllh'r. 11: Komn.Tatman. Hiram Mt.ri.t..ii. "P. I J I. to the Supreme Court with
, AlIk'UMl. Il.rhart.. WllllaniH. J f N. I.,.. Moved from county go an
, .I S.\ .' .
K I' .1I'u' '''' 1\1. ..rr. ... Mor".1 11
.. rt I I I ii"in. outlaw .1 II . liaise)'. J A WllllH. K Fl. ampbell J. K. Moved from countyCooke. appeal
.
I
XV It.Tanner. .1..i. II. Madl..on. Calvin 'i .
'hA \\t I. T 1 S. Tlner. C. A.. l ealKunsfleld.
: ; Ollxel. 11,1. .
: .
f..itn ,i . Harvey. J J. Tom.Whaley. in his
kiWc lutu$, fl.i\ Lexx 'IHOx W I. .lhfi', \\" Milk r. J \V \V.t..r. Judge rendering decision
aft Luilwln from
Rn.... lIii i .jet. .i'hII I'dwill. n Marehali It Hall. W .\ A KYOUIIK. MI"'d countyFallouKh. the
Hi.v Tlson. r F b on demurrer the several
I .
i-l till.t Hrl"k"rhufr : 1. A. l head l lFolley.
Hr.n. I<' "' i n'I.. J..h" A.B..la"d. Tltidal.J H.Tlner. i' .I.. ..i I.l'lark Mall. J 1. Pat XV I dist'lose
I DeadHyer. features of the and
1 ,4 I :i'Iffl". J .1..1.I WTlncV. I. A. Hartli. .J L. It."dol..Iuhl. petiton. stt

I II...... tv'r..lJr... I ".111..1, A, |I PHI i I'HI: : tin:till::: S ItPi.ll.l. (<: : 4-J ((1Tlson batirll. t' i' 'M.nl.. .\ I. . .. ...... I r S Ii.. YateM YateH.. H..rr.l..I..h. Sherman.. Wm. \\' Moved Moved from from .cuuntvHasKell.iJr Hail. C. C.. i 110" 'r. I.t'.I" I :bi ... II. l No.h. the that the
i M I II A i' "r..m. A I H lk. I 8' F Moved from coiiiiuHlnew. I petition County Commis.sioners -
(' .P. licliiei. II ., .l'iirk.-i l.eo I Kl.'ark.i 'r........ I S.'lhTlnel. .unt".... Juh" .1' '. "h. ..h., 13.. .VfitLuson.( HarIP"XV. J] c Movt'd from count \ had not complied with the
.1
.liyntiHim.
Hronson. C ,I. li.-K-hi-ll.' i 10: I' XV CIiano. .. Mrrlll.' I ,
I I. II Ihnrl. I t. Hanscon. Alvin A I l4 'adIesI.r.
Hunn. Jerry li.OtKtThlMIIH; I'h" I lit'' .In.' I. Thurmnn. II I \\ i iiI..11". 1h." .,' .t".h",. 1Iio. i I': IIMT.I"I' 'U. 7. C.M"v'd, Trom counlMums. ) statutes in giving the required notice
p I'ow..n.J 1 Ullli.,M I I K .\ iLiil4tt.' II..r.q s Tlson. J K; I I ,.. M..I".... J KC I .\.1""", XX'm .1 l pd> ck..1 K 41ordon. 111.v..d from cnunivMills. I of their determination to erect a courthouse
Haas, Ord.Heelmaa. ilroHs.-. \\ H. ,S. JTwinhell. .. A. I J I T. .
"rllll. I. l 1C.Purlin : Triplet MI'.1..nll \ K J. 1'.0 1 I but inasmuch as the Contractor
,i H A 'I irons.A F..p. I I K I I .
"
I P i iI K.Tlson. 'ahl" II. '
. Hass. Fred M. I'I';i ......... 4 'Illlt, I.lilllllK I. ... I I'm tin I H II I XI M Klo.xdTaj'1. I I ii S Wil'i I .i" I i..lh.1 I I .1i \ .\.rm'.J\. I I.I I','.re...1..1.1.rma'l I. Newell.McAndree.<5 XK.II Moved Mo\ed: from fromoUnl:county: ::IS I IN..I. Wurine stated that he was unable t
.
B...... Henry. T.. ' .It! KHelk'nap. I Tan II. II I MI'r.xalt I ... ." A 1 I'' .11 ,I..i. \\ m ,'It I I.:.." r..... ,Il \II; rl..ll. l J. I'eari'e. XX' H. II A Moxed from' (''11'' gIve, -the bond he would sustain
jJ HoKUe. At' II II I. t S .1" .. T. i I J i K. I HimiParcell that
.1'i K : the Cimmlssioners
County
111 1
11M. 111111.11 II "i' I 1..1\ .,.less.PhllltpK. .. ''' ,i'i Ui II. :I.:::::1 I:: :.i.:: t;ii I I ,"I""Iii Alilet-nian.' I 1) \\ . Katll.'l-Hon" I" ItHaul.I A XX' Moved i f t mil ri.unuSchneider. dellurn'r. -

.e IIIi.nI.. I 1. Mi II In ill .1. 1 K. \ M Thunipm..ii. 'hi 1. iiI 4 'o,(. t' I., ii. S .1 .\ i 1..1,1. JCHHIHi'iinett. Bun., XX' : :: J .1 Mo\ed:: from :ii.lllltsThompson. :::: :: I were not in d.rault. and were

HIenis. II H. HOKHII., < 'lin'I It.- "iiiiiIit'M lOiiK.'H.I'nittti. : i &tflnri.. XX K "',iIkiia., C IIilt2Ii. n.il.i-rtn.. K XX', .1. Mov.il rr..iii ii.iinuXVood. ready to let him the contract under a
1 B". T A Jr. I Hill J ,I.lIa. I Haul.-lHi.li, .li' .
i ,. i ThomaKon." F b n. T.\ ..t.l. i I': I. Nonli.Hox I Ni. XVm II. In H.I I ti'-iiilvertisi'meiit.I
c ... J T. I 1I.th'\ Sam.Hn \I'. mi.' II .1 I Tiner. S A.. t'"h I. I \\ :.. Is.... .1..111.. \ I I i Alfred Hi.I.-rlii. U I XX'HStw Simon I I.HiidXVrlKht '
Hnss. Clarencf.Hryan. In I 1 1..1 I Ji' : X A : ; I I'ull. I ., ,, The" r'a"taled the petition
I Trupel. l M. Mox.il I fit uiilvrni '
I. .
I
II* KHfirnca. :III.Hani's.:: 'ks' M .1 !:I.II.r::,"' : v < i I'l :P.n lor I Il! HIaIiiI. "url I I I, 'I 1 "uI.O b I I II I'lian.ll.I i XX \\ SlmlUnian., 1 1.l I 1 II I -:< i\, -I' 'II. n.MorriHon .,, u.to why Waling could not give the
...
4 AII.LBB XV II. i: I ',1.1" I. I: "1" I I II : I 'hllII. i I1 I C I SI. ,.1.1.I... lu.iul that .
I J K SiHresker. : I IIII'w'II.'I"", I I ,lol.-ihlll i l' \ I I I U I ISs lb I" 'hi.n.II."i I '1 Smith .1 < ,lam.s Moxeil lit.ni ..iin\| \a. surety companies
\\ II 0
l I' M. HiiKll. 't. T 1 A 1'.1'.1, i F .'JI.n .\\1.1.1,1. "'Uhi.ss., r ; 4 I 'iii. pid' I..' .1 I I. !>nK 4 j>i"i-' III, It. -55.uulJ ito).. g4)'",. t h.b.me

Best. 4)eo W I HM-I JulttiK.r.rynii .. i 1'.1, -Aa** I'A.. I -t L .. I' lo' -. ; I h TIllllllpNI.il > I.i" I. Uoiiilwin( iV; XA ..l I."..I d,01, i..inilli.hns \ t lluwarrants, I issued
__ .......-W.1e Nn.1t. 1 tt -t. 4- 4' \.. ..< 'hu", 'tln. Ti .h.p .onltruction
-- .. , ; \ K N It .1 I -.i.l1hIi,1n'r '
--- I.co I
I I'ol ? gIfls* ) ,"i i "' l" 1..1 I'oulci not di.-posed of, because
t. i .
J II. I''. n..1.| t'l*...n XV II "I'0.I -" K ''I: I .hl. I ,,; .. I 4 '":11.I \ ". i .1.1S '1'1..1 I 1 | .1 H i'nn\ t I. .1, lot, r.liin\ thy
U....... Arnold. I I hint.-II' .1.1t M " ,I .1-I XX :,. I .111.\ InbrI, I 11 .1. '. Tin.null', It I II I': I'HK4: IMI- \n.7.Hi.ltn.'K. ould not legally !lit' issued, and inal'

t Hrscken. "'$IIiain. Harreln.Mi' I K XXHrsker. I't.-nllx \\ '. H Sand\ .... I 1".1.1 ] ..1"1..1 ., I I'ii'' I ii n.XX UI 1C I I 11. ci) much UN he had to have valid1". warniiits .

I. 4M. )tlnimell. H !M.Barrett. 1. 1'1'11. \I .I.Prix I. \\ 'I..1.... .1 M .ll, ..., .1..... 41,145 1...,l.r.on .."". I I..i Iitii.-. ..Ini. KI I'll.I. i hill XX ,I- I Mnnii:: i : XX I'I".I i rioin, "I,.unitTh. and sell or dispose of them forah
C W.. Ililllutil i- i K "Ci Uoodnll li: I! 4' I i I': I I I 1'1'11"I I"I I laitu lit I .1 """ s 1'.I'rhll.I ,
alt I .111" \ Hoard .f Cniintv 'OIMMIIHHIOII.will ,'
H < ) H : in to the cons:
Bscot. Tom.Hr IIrIp.' N .. I I" i1' I : carry on
"Ii 010..1
L Wl'lhlTlMM-I I. I' \\ I II: .1 hil ,1.1.
.1 '1 1PltdKiM .11. 1'11,11 I.J "o. i I I Ih. I HI.UHIin th.
t Ci.illl
1'1'1. at I I
*ker. C W Mopklnn. I. I'mli't MI'nil.rhlll. :. : ; : : aructioii ilul not feel like
1 "ii. ::
.1Woodall. \
llairlson. ilnwHnl. Josh.llHties. "t.. Klnw' ''I i \\'oud.II"\ 4 .111'I .1.u. I I ."ii l' .\ ..nrh (Clerk of Ih.' Circuit 4'i.lnlat I I" asking
: Hrauifhton.. Alex.Howard. Parker.: 1. K; : .1. ,'I.rk. K It. l'ah.1.* t'harl.eI II ""1'.1 K M. llctohi'l the 24th. I 11+12. : Ins fr'I..I to go upon a l bond where
I :
; . 4 Iilleii.- l'I XXiux.
f. I'm I tin T ..1Porter \VhIdleii. I. M I1 r.in. I .on. I."hun" for I the coniiilalntNof I i cviiii'iit
\ it he
. could
purposi' of .
J <1. h..rln. not
8.
t Hoyd. J H I i \\'I..n..I M, SiWlnn. I I' ,i' IIi.411. 'h..0. $ : J I I! 'Ik.- JohnXX'alk. whose have bi-en wal .rr on
imtiies
Kd. persons
Harrell. I the
Butler Joe.llrock. woik without .
A \\ "k \\ I'; I It. .Tas.-.l, I receiving cornpenatlon
II. J'aIo' 1..1
R H. 11'n W.II..rh..r. 1'10..1. J II. \Vard. f WWflherlii'i' 4 ..I T I i Nt', t W4 'I' ,,1..1"I "-.. U I I' I r .1 IIxxTalkei. "ro"lful. ) 01 .rr..1 .I ). during construction.

I ClaiKl.Haas. llansell. W T. 1.1\. ." \\ I I.h., 4 'h.l.. .\ t I 1'11'..1.' ... 'A ,,, C XV I XXWalker I I .I 1C I. Ii I Colonel Johnson
J Ii. \h. F ,11..n. then excepted and
/ O. F. tmiiami i; Wlnn. lr. \\ ('...Ikl".0"i: \ i.. JR. liar, IH.-f.. XX'lll'Ui.' < OIHWrHFtT.1
p, Burckhalter. J. T. Howard. XV S.Breaker. I Mn lie> \\ I. C'ohl... lk.. \\.Ik'r. Ji'iemlahXV \.tlnl Ch..lrm..1 I ifuve notice of appeal to the SupremeTourt
.I..r..n. .
William A. 1I..h. i'. ItIt \\.av..r. I I I. T .1 hldI. ". .1 J. \..
Ullrllr. I
II. A ,S lirer. J \ ( where that branch
U: of the
7.Iteaxes.
J H JOHNSTON.
\\ Hilolec. i Hol.r"" Woodal. 1,1. .. : case
C' 4- .ItWalkei
lironaun J. II.iidtIi'fl. .. . XVrlKht. A : : !
I W 01. .1 I. .. JackWhaley. I I..' I: 41I ; XV II 43. It Clerk 11..11 Cmnt. will l he thrashed out and the opinionof
( \ 11 'IlaIikIn.. .. .It .I.lllvers. I. A i KWoodall. : I P." I 1 Phi to. I I ,\ KII""I.k" I'" H
... J T. A I.d I. H.b..r. I. \ XVortti. I I'' .L. the Court
1 u. Ilayi a T MReed. J KWoodall. ibbis In. J"hl 1'1'1.\ \\ I .f. J.hl. I II Supreme had on the law
.. .
Uua. L. 1. . It."ard. I I''n. ..
B lrkirin. ItC
;
.\ SKoKcro T J. I ii'al"'" I I NOTICE. i".ue.
Urow R. I> 111<11. t: Ii.Ua. II W Yati K. X.-eilhani
Hln"u I ) 'V I', rk ... lbLaikla. M"I. I
NickKeddltt. I. In the
WIII.m" meantime and out of abund-
... V..rnl. 1I"Ir) I' I. Ynt.Mllllal.l
J M \ It 1..1.. t' I
lI.aa. J E: Jr II..nHlla'k. II I J.IIron..n. Rex ford.. J n I.. \Varlnn. R I.I .. John F. la"'I.t Til I.l'anl.I. McCI. II,mil.. M. YateH. KlYHtCB h. K 1..1111., '. l 1:1.: "i t I 17 I 111! 2 ince of precaution a suit in replevin
T. Ii H. .1 "C
It II "on. L Uitobrrts. % olte. O C Iuttafl. J .I. I..n.. Nld") 'Alcgraw. NiiiiciIs, In r.-l;> Klvi-ii that the tax will be immediately brought and the \
HuirneR. J. IC.: IlRri I H. Huh'ron. Whlddrn. J J II I ) (I.. Not man J .1 I. li.Kiks .r t"$...- iNiunty will for
; Kd C 1'.1' < .11 1"1 crtified check replevied when in
U..rn. J. H Ilarwi.1I.\ J Wl1uab I ). L. ,lroprr. DanI,1.. ItlNTItllT >0. s.Alman. I .. I .. on fist. I am all
Ii
Heed. J N..v"h'r
)'. J w.. I lI11n. J 1': WIIam.VII l..u.h..rt J iil4ob.'rNOfl. .1..11. probability, the Commissioners willereplevin
t 1. Rush. J KRlneHart. : Pau.hl A lit Ph.'lia. Cyrun. I l >. Itoberson "" > lo I ..nl.h tax .
11<0 lIartow. A.. Ii..".... -d. I' Wallacr. J C. lu..bl Joh. ..rl n. W. 'A" .1'.1 KrtclKxans. A dlscounl if 2 per ... .1..1..1\." and give a good and suf-

: K..Uln..r. Alb..rt. 14rr. J W.nuaa. Itledel. Koli.'lt I. Whitman. J K I 'I..hl. A K l ,'t'rson. I. J. . Uuh..rl Itoberson. Oar..1 ..d on all taxes paid durlnK I h. month t icient bond for the at the end
.. 8 8. 'A A.Hnnctt money
Iiughcy
H H (llann. John.Ii's.aI ... Haulerson. l of NiivtmhetIn wtlilnK, about taxi'sa.lwa
>
H. Is. XV I. Ward. 1" 1'.d".t. I..r 101'1
Frank. C K. "\1. of all the
Ho..n. Rhodes. T I' 1 I' *. I "rai. Fra..I. W.l.aui&h'rty. ) s ru.IIh .-....111.1.1| of \ ourprop litigation over the matter.
IIoon O.' n.: lI.rrla. .3. Ii Ray. XV 1-1. W..I.on.l..u. W .1 leo \. ..... Vlter C' Hill. K XV.Hill. Storr\ I I ,-rt\ < -- -
1'1. K.. J )0: .
Ii Buu. I4udiun. '. .
Itandale. Jim. Walker. I S. l4ls. II. \\ lad.I. Jolly.Iafln. J".oh.Hii. t 1 I. HANDY.J"t
.... U. O. H.n.\\ .F. 1\1. ARMAGEDDON-ITS
Bu. James C. MEANING.
M. E. I'. Uriah. Tax Coll ctorMake
S 41 Williams.
'. ) Bro..n. E. J.. 14a1ey. n. ":.. Hal.dal. I 1).on.\!. M. !>.. .
Chaa. K. Woolen. L.Rlggan. Iavtdaofl. Toung. H..v. Henry) M. M.. -
Hamilton' A.: t: I). H.. Warren." 1.. p.. tavte.. F. 8.. Hothrock. P.. Itearn. W. H.. Tlson. John W.. .
I c.'araon. C. IA.. JItinubty. W A. Itnkle John.ipew. Tlndall.' U Grover.Johnson. the Users Pay.According We have the ;
4. .c.'1.. .;, C'obl>. fl. F.. H..I\. a.I Huberts. 'J. K.. Wallacn Walker, T.J. L.A. Ioughty.. Edw. JL: Hobin 'o W: it.. W.J.. 'Tlndall. M. U.Tlson. .' to figure submitted bya or the ben a.ke mUDina
'.. .er.on: N: !J.. H.y. M.. I J. Np.nc.r.Lmon. Ara&edon"
.. Stanford H. O.. Wllcos, H. W.Walsh. ." noolll.. Robert .R.I..hn..ld.r. Board of Trade committee the ,',
O..or. .Fr4.dt.L It '
H..I. means,1
: J-. definl-
I ... K. Triplet
Chandl.ri.. H.. .... Minions. Alonao. W. K.. I..ood n. A. M. 'accri" t
&
\ : HarlJroY.. W.L' ,
.,' >,1': .J. M.. Wllhlte. W. K.. Ale, Roberta. K. 14. Nathan.' roads we now have in this ion of Analyus -.
MarCIn. 8.VU. pave Hitebc'
Ael.
.I\\:.:\ I oan.r. Hn.eL h.rp Walter K. Lavl..9. S.. Rowland. Sol.:: I amon. .. M.V'ltt.d.. v cost of $8,000 of "
an over
', '4."l.m..nt. S.. .lIumphrl.. E. J.. J. H.. Wlco. WOlfe. \\'. "'.. cunty average Bible "A hill of
LIver
_..'V carrolL C. D.. Hyatt. e. 1... Kvars: "'. J.. Jr.. 'VlntJoard..1. W Kdwin. Hob..rt.nun C.. 'FhompKamea. more.Bdward XVhltted." Manlal C a mile. And not one of them is worth fruits; the -mountain of Megiddo;"

eay.on. 1>. W.. liay. J. lot.. Sullivan 0 U. Towell. C KYatea. Erigel. Carl. Adolph LonJan..... K. half the Tribune. and "Megiddo" means "His precious
J.V
HI..1 mney.-Tamp
.
I..
I1.wln.. J. A. XV
.' c..mpb..l\c..rr.V .1 8.. 14111. V.. ;I tlml.on.. K P A. d"'IIrd.. Plsth \. [4. J'. Young S I There complaintsof fruit; declaring a message."

ChI.holm. UII ..rt. H..rn.nd. A I Sullivan. W I atca. J M. i iI t .r..I., John lD.nol4a.Hoh'.on.' AEais. HEpI.i Murph> Thoma. the useless wast of money in the A'n>agedd n, or the mountain of
"
I Simons.V l lSessions. Yates. UerrI > H. ry. .
: Chspman A. r. H"u'k. H 11. I VSimons. Tales. Adam.Yates. tlolt :. Iunc. H AKdsardn. TATE c. FLl1IIA. I I attempt to buid good roads persist Hegiddo, wju the great battlefield of
R n. .1 ..1.erafton. .
. (c'ano". J tol. 11,11.Ii..nla. Orov. A\J. Floyd.Yates. I : 1... 1uea4.ll. Wm C. C HI >T01 IM4'EtbI.A I of HeKMIratlon in coming up. well founded. as we Palestine. .TIn

; Collier. R D. Hulth.. J III.e..lyer. N...'... H I U .. J F.. Emernon.. Nil.H.klal.. R..d.Randall.Matthiaa Jamea H.t"I.n. HFiige. .. I. C \ of IrWln. Supervisor. In and for said believe they are, the conclusion follows Reveljton occurs the following -

C I4ton. II. W. 1<1..rt. J H. 1..1. Jeaac.Savage. certify that the that is not true
:. n.Car.on. I II K.Story. .. H.nrYoung. \ 'A I. Rowland. J K.. county, do hereby ol it economy t :
I'lark. W EI. : Robert.on. John 'A'Itayiior foregoing Is a true and correct list I pave roads with clay or pulverized For
M U. I."ram. I. H. / S. B. I.1'IIarlnl go"ard" of Osceola county 'I they the the spirits of devils,
the qualified
olller. E. F. luord \\ H / K I l. tales. % ) Ir..ton. the'ol..r Registration I Hooks ontile Itne. but only with brick made for working which into
H lD. nold. shown by
Far T as .
miraces. for
.
J I
'ampb..U. H.C W I h. ) T J..h I Si-avi-r. Oornellus 7-lKl.T. J W Furgaaon.IN W. flolinaon.: 'A'; II In said I office of the Supervisor olIteKlstratlon I purse. Ae kings earth, e the

(t'orn.J'amp'II.\ A.. Johnaoii. 1'1.) "'urm..b'rl.. Raul.r.on. N. CFol.y of said whereof countyIn I have hereunto Brick-paved roads properly con- whole world, t gather them t the

t, .r.on. W. W. Jolt.... I. J.Clark. I UIVTKI4Hfonsoii. '4). S.Lutnkford.. .. Ialrl..k. \. Relf.chneidr.Farrla. George.Fewox. . testimony subscribed my name officially I'Itrc appear to be the only kind battle of that great day of Alnightv. -

. AII..n. Joh..o. J..hll.c'lark.on. J N. H AMoseley. K (V Itawaun. rFarris. C. 1 this 1Mb day of octoSupervisor A. I" 1912 h relied on for durability G

4 J. F John.t. W .lbI Hronson. \ XV' E. 0.. Itothrock C JP'arrria. C. W. ORIFFIN. I and but they are the "Behold. I
("Ubb. lUll. John.on. CIa. Jr. Hronson. H L. of 1"I.tr..Uon.O..ola permanency cpme as a thief. Blessed
.V
V ''"rl.. ..n. L. R. John& 1\ J. Hronson. J R Most-Ivy. R.. Fr. L SImmons. J.Folnom. County. Florida most expensive to build. We can have la he that watcheth, and keepeth hi.garentsh .

.. -1ement.. J. A. JohnIon It t I Bronson. A N. ? M'.e.. Sullivan. I:' A.Ford. : them. however if the taxpayers of lest he walk and
."ochr..ne. .1 M. J I) E. L. OKKL.BCTIO I n.ke.
J..rrord.
Bronson. C Ov..lr..t. 1. ". Lewla.Ferguson. INSPB4TORS AND CLKHKH the State the
Ira willing to cost
I Chauncey. A M. I Journl"a... l.' II.erowe. I. Bronson. 41 II Overstreet.. M. .. .aman. .. *. are pay Is shame.
.t
Jot. E.. John.o. I) 11.Crawford. Hronson. W. O Ovcrstreet. W. K.. S'rn'A'\V.. Stratton. S.Franch..r..1 .. or t at least stand good for the cost "And he them together
Thl""..' Jon.... W 1" .. Overstreet. K. L.. Short'llam.. Notice Is hereby given that In pur- until who use the roads have into place gathere in i"
.. thos a the
Jron.on.'a".r. L. I> A.
.. ... Suction I SOS of the lleneralStatules cle
b c."th.n. J It. arr..lI. A u.. Overstreet. R. 1. Froat Zsuance of
Jron.on. .. S. Slanton. P. H.Fisher. Slate of Florida the. paid for them. tongue .
:
Curry. T. L. John.on. T. N.e..ln. Overstrevl. H. l> J of the
IV I C. I).. John.to. J) J) I Cromartlv. PO. Overstreet. O.V EUI..n... Swarta I). C.FoireaL following persons were. appointed In. Why should Mr. Brown who staysin "And Araledon.

t, Crswdtr M. .1 Journl.an. w t. Cromartle... l U H. I Fell. I. Smith Short.. Colby.J W. speclors and Clerks Districts of the to .EI..ctonIn his store all the time and never his vial into the air &there

b (('ole.' 'f t'd.E\\: .. JarneL Joiner: A W 1Corbitt. AL I Dlckerson. R S.. Patrick. R U. .'....u.on..1.H.. Sartell.. C P. the the Oent-ral various ElectIon to be held.rv.Tues. goes anywhere except by rail or water a i great voice out of the ;

.
J M. John.ton. J UCoiltos. :SteRer. J H. Jr.Howard. !- Francis.n. Seagner.Eobet.FaIbnka. J. A day. November the fifth. NineteenTWPBKCINCT be required to help pay for a road for leaven, from the throne, sayinrt

-d. Ja'kaon. A W.eo..r. 1-1. Flint. Stokes. : Mr. Simth of Nw York run his I. done.'
I I K. K. .Sage. JameaFolaom. t
I 1
M. N. NO.
K. S.
John.oll. Tlner. Stewart.Tlner. KI..I"I.V
t, I NathanSmith.. O. F.. automobile ? This beelminat. "
on can there
t CooPf'r. W. H. Johnaoti Nam.e.ln. lye) S. H.. F. H.. B.Fenimore. U W Ashton. J. '". SIm eon. H. injustice An were voices, and

I R. H.. Johnaon W. L.. I").'. EM. Tt.on 1. P.. 1..1 W. Win. L.. B.agrave.&tanlon. C. P Bratton. Inspectors: C B. .i but it will prove very ex der lightnings; and there -was a .
c..lfl..d.. N 8 ohn.on. W I' W. W..
twenty-five
) CI..rk. some great and
h.
.
C.mpbell. W (J. Johnaon. Andr.... U B.. Warden. C K.. I Sill. C (' pn.ive ye.r. earthquake, so erat ,
Ivey. NO.
C..ter. .,. I> Jon.a. \\. H. Ivey. Robt Jr. t.... W E.. Sloan.rrnJ -KB4.-IX4T! OIIGII Walter solution lies in the adoption of "And.the great city ) J ,

'Ivy John R. J..hn.. II C. Ixex. \ E. Tat... <). J. W., L.ennell.K.. Squire.. : .7'A'; H. H. Howard. W. W.W Ivey.L. Moseley. Mr. Angle's scheme of bonding the nto three and the title of.the
Inspectors.
t o i.'v . :.r'in.. Th.of. Shoop. M. 8.. Bronson. State for millions of dollars to b nations r.r great Babylon cam
4 V Cobb. K.I. M. NO. XAcre. o'
4 .. Walter. used in brick highways In
1'.. UITKI' W. M. Scot. CI..rk.PRI'INC WO. aAIPBILLD. building before
l.1. Will.
c Knllthl. I
: C..holm. A. M. Klnlt. W W .. O a.Allen. Lnl..r.. J.J. H.0. Gray. A. .1. F. 0.. T. Johnson. J. F. O'Berry. W. in applying t them the old turnpike into the cup of the wine G t.e
F 8. Wm UrlTln. llam. Sp.hr. Enoa W. II. Lanler. Clerk. te
ornell. 1..1.
Kin" Clark. of Build the
system Kentucky. of his wrath.
Allen. W. H. Lanler. J H. Jr. H. Scara. In.petor. t BT. C'1/OID. r.ds. .
L. K. \\ 1-1. Gil. -
Cro.Iy. Kin" I
I Lanler.V.. A.. ( Fence them in with tollgates
1-ly. Smith. Waldo T. wire put "And island and 1'
CornelL. } Key. J.. U..f.rd. Farr. L. WFarr' every away,
4 'FI\:, "". 1 Lamb. C. B.. Emil. ,7ohn.Grove. George W. Jones T. N. fe ;
'a.A Bronson. Sweeney.
: Graf. '
: ten miles and make the mountains '
F every
ch&ndIer. Kr t A. .. Starr And..r.on.Clerk. every were Rev.
M Brown. H E. Lnl..r. V% R."ro..n. B l'.. Mommera. Ch... (1. In..tor.; found l'
1 . Raymond. George, ";dd. StebblnL Aaa D.. man passing through in or on a vehicle 1:1-20.
t I LaItlt C. W. King. A L.: : E. .. Lnier.. Wllllhlle.Lanler. PRECINCT o. of kind toll in
A. I. Bronson. \\ GI..nn. .1. 'A'.. Slmmona. () car W. I any pay a wenought th. '
Da.'d.on. Eribba n y. ---- % vwvss
I E. . Bronson.V.. H F. J. Grllfln. N.. Spabr. Enos.Gomirich. .1. K. M. D. Simmons. W. A.Eub..nk. the character of his prprtion ;
A. KeII D.nl..1. J battles of the
Don..n. ) Dn..n. ... t Kishon. .t.
.. W. R. vehice. !
I Do..nln. U J.. Keen. S 8.. llronson. E. R. Lamb J. C. W.. Syle.t..r. Henry .1. ; N..tl. Apply these tolls interest get Jar..
.1 and
'
,
"! Bronson. J Lanler. Kirby.Hronaon. Fred. t Megiddo. t. .

1 I t. Don..n.Uo".an.V.Cha. I..... John .1. Alre.A. L.r. Wade H.. Sulivan.Sh.rm..n Wm. H. CI..rk.PRECI"C"0. I Bonds an liquidation of the prindpal Armageddon has been fought many

1 i Bryant. D. H.. Hearn, Doyle.Hall. H. Balsden. R. WSimmon. When the bonds have l>\Ake. T. 0. I..nc..c..r. J A J.I A. B. John al imes since then in the imagination
Hronson. .ml>. T. J.. 1... TI.on. ..10..1.H..I. .B W. H. Oodwln.
.. Data.t.In. J.: k Lawion.: ;[\V H.'TI' n..a. Clint. .. r. EL J. 'homa W. A.. Clerk. In.pctor.: or reeme. open the r.dl free t of men.

Durham. L. E.. I.upf..r. t J... Lamb. \ Joseph. P. NO. ,. ever Just before our civil war a great
i PREC'NC
I F%I' Uavl.. 4. lei.. Lealey. E L.. I Collins. John.. W.. Morrison. J. T. Hotter." '" .'ie. W. P. Overhlll.. A. C. Wf.ht. James coure, .men will have to be em- book was written, "Armaged-
Clark.V Thompon.
I'" Vrlg.fL T. t... La..on. u Ii. H..rrl. W..ler. .. Durrance. Inspectors. ; 'Valk..r.CI..rk. ployed to stay at the gates and collect don." The time entte
J. W.. or. surely
Campbell. ar-
'
.
H. .
,'. .: Lrlu.F.DrlUeF.. C.H. H.. Ubby.Lyona. R. 1) I Campbell. W U.Davis Oyertret. H. L.O'Berry. Hosklns. r'N..ac. += ::: h. the tolls, and some of them will for the "battle of that great
PRECINCT
IJor. F.. H.. NO. rve
Ht&tl.& Mlch..L steal Sabbath
, rbyahiF. Oc.ar. LInb. I Tlndall. as even School teachers God Almighty."
I n. N. w.. M.. Hill. Henry Bvana M. D. ay
o F.V.
8.. .. Hayward.
,. Dtck.r50n.Ogekworth. J. H.. L.-.n.La.I.'m.. Scipio.J 1. la"l.. O. W.. Rials. Z. T.. Hale.. J. R. "o Tyler.: C.db.. Inspectors; James C. Tlson. Clerk.IN .. sometimes do, but there should b. It was respectively fought at York-
Hardy.Flowers. Roberta. J. M.. Hollenbck. C W.. T .1. H. WITNESS WHEREOF. We hereunto enough of honest gate keepers to
>rs.r... R. I).. LOlL .,. A. \ omp"on. cl. tw and Watrlo. and at many
1 b 1>o1kWIIlI.m.. J K.b Heaves J. T.. 14cm. Theodore. Taft Elijah P. I let our hands ect and turn in sufficient cash to over over again in the field
LUff..r. B. Reaves Aron. I hor. Peter t.. L. D.
.
J. c.. W.. 1. La.a OVERREE.Actn.
Olbb.AUa.. Lo..11. V. E.. Roberts. .. K. Hall. .. Ben.Howard. E .Charman. met interest payments and installments of politics.It .

.' ., O.t.Do..nln. 8. W.. Lock. M, D. I llardner. 0 M.. Riles. Joel.Sylvester. I N. c. ThomJkln 0.1.. Attest! on the principal of the bonds. is not surprising that .Mr.

.. :;'. INnburr III- C.. ......"ford. C. F Horn T. A. Tro..brlda.. .. R. a. JOHNSTON. If the above presented scheme is velt conceived the idea R
Ibbl... C. F. Lelta.r. Do.I..r. Hancock. B O.. J. D. n. Tbomaon. Isrel. fl.I. Clerk Circuit Court. I tht le
decided
I> Hedrick or rejected is the
: D'bb'.. J. t.. Llbt..7 H. c.. S.nl".1 M.. 1>.. Tnomaa. iiiIUIIIIISISIUIISSIIUINOTICE. t b imprcicabl. personification and the
-""-".., ; ., Draper. II:. a. 1.lvln..ton. R. ().. Johnson. Stephen. Hlpshur any reBn Herld will i tion of That with him
--.,,... ,, pvIs. Job. Umb.k. o'rank. Johnson.: D. T.. SullIvan A. 1: Hulb..r. W. H. Van Araal..T. H.. acknowledge its inability to solve the his hosts will arrive and will
'\ .. Thomas. Yules .. 'ad
: Smith.
Drak.. Tboma. .Lond. E. .1oh..on. Hart e V..nd..rlp or roads that b
building good
the
"battle of
; 101.. LIncoln. 1" A.. Lewis. K. that problem ought that great e
f... D.FbYShitS. 1t on. R B.. }.; Vlsi.s.1 8idn.y.Hoffman. Notice ,. hereby gIven good.-Punts ''ot "
"'1 . 1)sks. JI' 0.. I.udlam. I\ H C. 3. Houston.. .. bk the Board of County Commissioners wl b really GroH.rld G Almighty. -Sanford Herali
LAm.rUn. Embry. Lb !
'. .oaa. Iil. p. "H- at their : "
II DLnler.
R.
Warrea. K.
Lorenoe. Walter. Wot.n. Hill. .1. G.. (
B. c..
: r Dan_ to be held November t'.ltrt
.. I. M. Warren. I
' Lowe'L D. n. Hatch
: b .. ''" Ettmon.on. B. 0.. Ltt*. anler. R. U. Teatea. W. T.. ialL C A W.rrn H L will fruit consider on the bids"Poor for WeD the census was ten in 1911 H.ar Controls.Llfa. "*

.;> 11:111.: T. W" Llun. Jno. A... : H. A.. lump sum on The Board ten wn 18. ,&s fountain from the
Wise Qeo. W.Wldrlv. tr.. 17'56 m a th
Larkl.. Jb. D'.T'UC 10 4 B.DhW. anJWales. hl4.
'
reject
any
Ev_,, BIt. : reserves the right $ .
Of Pring. M issues llf fr .
.. I Elaw'eII.'.I L.ohr A.. Albrltton. B. M.. Arraatrons T John Jail. a and all bids and to determinethe of Enp &, J' .
Jv..L DIOII. Lock. J. c.. Avant. Harvey. HAuabauca Haiton.ohn Wbltbek.0.. mann.r In which the- same T.ue Mt recesses of h Wrt. An that "

., .,. Bob" & & Atwood. J. r.Albrt. 'Har'n. Wllt.( b. paId for.B. in _Mwbt be Is
doe
Kvn shall rat
i Is
M.laaabarver. K., .All
'.. J. H. Mlll. . I. W" J. Andrlst John, W.tb.r. 0. JOHNSTON, English subjects at cert 0..
>>. f" Itli. . _... W. a.. Hiram. Allen U. } H. U. I' a at hath be .
Makln
J.tI.. of ourt.pIIuluuuI.IIIsIII.uIII. : ItstherJamos
) .. Albrt Din Clerk
,. ;.., c-., '':'" MallerFI..Iob.. A..n Harrt- An... Stn leory. kIoeLvnan. Whlti. NeUoB RWoodward. i U-t Cri abroad I t English prD w t w
B'U"V. 0... W..1. Allen.
Co. lousten. in the 4
MIU.r. u. vere
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