Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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: November 1, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00566
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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EXCELLENT' ,RHODES: BOARD OF'- TRADE' r NEW/BOOKS: : 'PLAC ; ,



:; .GRASS' AND RICE HAY TG3 MEEt NEXT WEEK GrandDemocratic. ,I IN PUBLIC .s

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FROM HUNTERS-PRAIRIE FARM SPECIAL MEETING- IS CALLED Rally PLANS FOR-WINTER'''

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andTorchlight -

.i t J CE .YIELDS TEN AND> A HALF PRESIDENT STANFORD WILL LOCAL SUBSCRIBERS. ,

TONS OF HAY TO ACRE. CONVENE AN EXTRA SES- ProcessionThe COME IN AND ( '
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WHICH MEANS NET SION TO COUNT RESULTOF NUMBER OF 4
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OF NEARLY $400. RECENT CONTEST. MEMBERS.
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: '" Democrats of Kutimmee Precinct will hold a.
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+ If there happens to be anyone in President H. Clay Stanford of the The new books which a'
.or out of Florida who contends that Board of Trade has issued a call for, Grand Rally at Fraternity Opera House on Monday night, ordered bythe
be in the Board of Trade to conVene in ex- for the public library have
the Osceola best county hay cannot, to be convinced grown of his tra session, Thursday night of November 4th. at Which W. J. Sears, W. B. Crawford, Lewis the committee was busily

t error he would. have only to see the next week. will be O'Bryaa, H. C. Stanford and C. A. Carton will speak upon Wednesday in !getting the <<
of the meeting
.specimens brought! to the Gazette The object numbered and placed.
office Monday by Capt. Prod F. Hunter to receive the reports of'the'' con test. the iituei of the campaign. The Rally will be preceded by The selection is regarded ;
of the Hunter Land Co., who had ing Bides in the recent membership committee as the best that
just, returned from the company's campaign. The campaign was broughtto a Torchlight Procession which will start from the foot of made with the number
with a successful termination several All the books
was. are
prairto
the Kissimmee ,
farm on of Rhodes grass rice and weeks ago but on account "of the absorbing Broadway at 6:45 p. m., and march up Church street to and represent the work of ;
samples ., I interest in local politics and authors of the present day.An
Natal f ( Main down Main to Broadway down Broadway te
opera
it has been im-
T0+888 is to believe and. it is Unfortunate conflicting gatherings effort is going to be '
that those who have doubts posible to gather crowd of sufficientsize hou.. Arrangements have been made with the management the' members of the society
what has been done to receive the report and elect Increased membership. The
all
l regular meetings of the Board since fresh and it is desirable
)! -al'The endeavor Rhodes and grass demonstration.f'SP1 cut at the rate the contest, but while a quorum was of moving pictures immediately before the speaking which greater number of readers.

'oOI.'f4of. < 4 8-10 tons to the acre. Rhodes present at each that was about the will be free to all Every white man in this Precinct it Under a rule- recently r
may be cut three times, and it limit and it was decided each time to library is being kept open ;
C, .grass Increases on the cut; it may be cal. : postpone action until a more propitious invited to take part in the Torchlight, Procession thereby noons of each weekMonday ,
conservatively that .the secT& time. Such a resolution was day and Saturday-the
'i-i. and culated.cut would yield five tons to theacre passed at the meeting Monday even- showing their desire to see the party of the people govern the society taking turns I :
when this was done the Board librarian. As work
the third cut equally as ing this
and the affairs of the United Stales. Let Democratbe
loyal
)1 much. The probability is that the adjourned. Each member of the every 'jgratuitious and done for
would runa Board and each applicant for member- I good it is hoped that the
second and third cuttings present at this Rally, which will-be both entertaining
of the .
will be notified of the date the
good deal more than the estimate, ship I will be rewarded by
but attempt will be made to stretch meeting and will be urged to be pres and instructive. I goodly number of members.
no credulity of the reader; even at ent. It is hoped that renewed inter- I scription price is two
the this have a total of 14.3 tons to est in the work of the body will date ROMA THOMAS, Chairman.S. In order to make it
f we which at $30 a from this meeting.AIJLTMANGARDENS. tors who will be in
ton the would acre In make one year the value, of the crop} .J.JI J. TRIPLETT Secretary.Oreeola I only a short time to have I Il a
; and ruli .I.t tho library i without fho n ;
coot of planting --- -'
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j $420; County Democratie-Executive--Committee; l ;;i :
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i tivating with the cost of the seed at paying I a full year's cr
t| is only $20. Thus we have I ferent plan has been adop
$2 pound ;
a
PLACE
{1 a profit of $400 to ,the acre for the TO BE SHOW I posit of one dollar will
, planter who wishes to grow Rhodes I I and a charge of five
J book taken out. .
1 The was grown on the Upon
grass.Hunter farm grass without fertilizer, and PREPARATION OF TRUCK CROPS I II I scriber will be permitted
1 the cost of cultivation includes the the deposit, provided no
.> breaking and discing of the land and BEING MADE FOR EARLY Vice President Sherman lost or damaged. .

the planting and gathering. This experiment I SHIPPING.The The list of new books '
"
*' was made on raw prairie "Their Yesterdays,
"[' and :in /VFBCCWI-> ?_]* t_?juiivj..n.v below KlHSim-- ___..iJ --:;- Died Wednesday Night at of Barbary Worth "The
mee on the demonstration farm of the Aultman Gardens will again be Dan Matthews," "I he
. V" Hunter Land Co. The hay was cut an attraction for the visitors to Kis- Hills," "That Printer of

October 24. simmee during the winter. His Home in Utica N. Y. Harold Bell Wright; "A
Capt. Hunter also brought in same The proprietor, S. B. Aultman, is Billy Goat Hill; Alice" ;
< pies of rice which was cut at the same putting in an acreage of some thirty "The White Shield ;
, headed and had -- - "Through the Postern Gate
time. The rice was acres or more which will be devotedto
growth of six feet; it had and in L. Barclay; "The Voice,"
attained a the usual trucking crops ;
. yielded 7 1-2 tons the first cut, per: addition there will be celery and other 'DEATH COMPLICATES POLITICAL SITUATION, Deland; ''The Just and
The second cut of rice hay is by the Vaughan Kesler; "The
not commonly grown
things
acre.
AS HE' WAS CANDIDATE ON REPUBLICAN "
' less oy one-half than the first differing ordinary trucker in these parts. Lonesome Pine John
. from the Rhodes grass in this The Aultman Gardens have helpedto TICKET Girl of the Limberia'st,"
TO SUCCEED HIMSELF.
, particular but its. nutritive value is make Kissimmee famous, for the ton Porter; "The White
said to be higher than timothy by at reason that the crops grown are usually ard H. Davis; "John
least one-third. The second cut is fine and of large variety and ant" Thomas Nelson Page; '
estimated at three tons per acre. Thus the location is near town so that the in the George premising
After long illness Vice President James S. Sherman died at his homein
Pepper
1-2 tons to the eon; "Red Burns,
the yield would be,10 be visited without Inconvenience a
:-1;; spot may N. Y. at 9:42 o'clock Wednesday of uremaic '' and Some "
!# acre The cost of cultivating is $18 : Utica night poisoning Richmond; "Going ;
t
\ an acre:. The total yield in value Bright's disease lIe had been sinking 'einee early' morning. and It was "The Little Shepherd of :
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akf;'' would be $315 per acre; the net $297. NfAR"CITVfOR realized that death was only question of a few ,hours. Come," John Fox, Jr.; "
.,?, The Natal grass is an experiment BUYS LAND Thomas Nelson. Page;. '
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V': which Capt. Hunter was unable There was 'slight relief shortly after 9 p. m., apparently'caused by a Gene Stratton,Porter; "

. to upon furnish any figures for the reason INVESTMENT better condition of the kidneys, but it did not prove la.tingand gave only Sunny Brook Farm,"

that only a small quantity of seed temporary hope. At nine the patient's temperature rose to 106. From that Wiggin; "Pardners," Rex ;

was planted. The sample that he time on his condition became worse. Mr. Sherman was unconscious when ventures of a Brownie"," ;
a heighth of four feet '"Little Lame Prince, ; +
and headed, and the scent of the "new MRS. COOK OF MISSOURI, PLEASED the end came and had been so for hours. "Little Lord Fauntleroy,"

mown hay".was sweet and appetizing WITH HER PURCHASES All I the members of the immediate family were witnesses to the end. Burnette; "Polly of
to man, much more must it be to In-addition to Mrs. Sherman there were in the death chamber their three : Staff," "The Following of

stock. This grass is said to be superior I MADE HERE. sons, Sherrill, Richard U., and Thomas M. Sherman andtheir: respective Florence Barclay; "The
I "David Harum Edward
. and productive.
to timothy successfully more wives,; R. M. and Sanford Sherman, brothers of Mr Sherman and Mrs. L. B. i cottoI
it can be grown ;
here That there can be tio question. The Mrs. Druscilla M. Cook, of Louis Moore and Mrs. S. J. Cockingham, sisters of Mr. Sherman. I

evidence is visible in Capt. Hunter's County, Mo., left Kissimmee this week The death of Vice President Sherman gives point to the serious discus-
visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
office. after a sion of the question of succession. As is well known there is no provision of ELECTION SMQ
Nelson. I II
Co., has pursuedIts
Land
The investigations Hunter carefully and without Hefore leaving Mrs. Cook purchased 'law for filling a vacancy caused by the death or retirement of a Vice Presi- '

/ saying anything about what they a 40-acre tract north of the city for dent, but Mr. Sherman was a candidate for re-election and his death priorto Al s

, "were doing. They have preferred' to investment. She had previously the action to be taken by the electoral college in January is giving much I
, ." produce results upon their own hold- bought property in and near town and concern. I : I ',
could be no came to look it over. So well pleased II .
''. ings, so Their that demonstrations there thus quest far was she that she increased her hold- His death prior to the election makes it unnecessary to make any change INTEREST: IN ;

-- tion.have proved beyond doubt that they ings. Mrs. Cook is the widow of the in the ballots already printed foijrNuvember as cast directly for Vice Presi- BIG ATTENDANCE
; adaptable to such farm crops as late Rev. J. P. Cook, president of the dent. Electors are chosen to cast the ballots of their constituents for candidates :
Are I
of Missouri. He TAIN
r are; at this time the most profitable in LaGrange College, for President and Vice President and while there is a moral obligation
their request a was a distinguished educator and ,
't, fJLhi I. country. Upon of that State. resting on those electors to support the nominees of the party the instruc
minister !
5nartv of experts from the Department .
tions-are merely directory and not mandatory.
i' of; Agriculture arrived Tuesday and The election smoker.. i I
proceeded to the farm under, the As it is a party matter and the governing body is the Republican National { held by the Firemen's

chaperonage of Capt. Hunter. They GRANGER TO TAKE Committee it will be the proper function of that committee' to report the hall over Makinson's I ;

will talc' samples of the which to them a candidate for the Vice Presidency. It will be essential to have I Tuesday night is the
and render a report, the election
ducts STORES IN NEW BLOCK for getting
value to the entire concerted action in one of the two contingencies; first if the Republican
should 1 u'?: of great I Hi m mee, and will be well
'county. :I party is successful and second if the election is thrown to the House of Rep. i The hall will be open

I resentatives'!t. it is nat likely that any .. ]
-- TENANT TO SIGN FOR
FIRST
I.3holiw' the Republican ticket receive a majority of electoral votes the ing returns will be

BAPTIST LADIES TO | SPACE IN STANFORD- impgr4.nce of selecting a Vice Presidential candidate is evident but if next \ early late, and hour.all The those hall who will (

MILLER STORES. Tueywp4l, |'| resident receives a majority of electoral votes, then by the I until the last tick of .

ENTERTAIN SOON Constitution the election will be thrown into the House of Representatives 1 instrument will have a j

. ". and the candidates to be voted for in the House will' be limited to those voted a rope to smoke.
;
,J It was predicted in the Valley Gazette -
'.l --.--- that the new stores that are for by the electoral college, but the House as at present constituted would be I be mission served will during be one the \

WEDNESDAY OF NEXT WEEK being erected on Stewart avenue by Democratic in the majority. The decision would therefore go to the Senate.

I t.' H. Clay Stanford and B. C. Miller I The Senate is limited to its choice to those two candidates who receive .
' OF THEIR would be before I i I ?
FIRST engaged they were '
WILL BE the highest number: of votes for Vice President in the electoral college. REHEARSAL Of
1'14 completed. Such is proving' the case.
: RECEPTIONS. One of the stores has been rentedby If it results on Tuesday that the decision rests with Congress, the selectionof

, J. R. Granger, who will conduct a candidates for Vice President has the utmost importance because the HARVEST

: butcher shop and green grocery. Mr. Democrats are in the minority in the Present Senate and if a Republican

f :The Ladies' Missionary Society of Granger's new location will give him candidate for Vice President is elected he succeeds to the Presidency. Al- I -

;<1' the Baotist! church will entertain the many advantages and he was quick to ready there has been discussion as to the availability of Governors Hadleyand
'" first Wednesday in November, which seize the opportunity of getting I VOICES WERE OUT r
,"' will be Wednesday of next week, and nearer to the center of the business I Deneen; Senator Borah, Senator LaFollette, former Vice President FORCE LAST

: .. :r for the first Wednesday in each month. district Fairbanks, Senator Root, Senators Burton and Lodge; Governor Golds- 4
I.If thereafter these receptions will be There bet three stores yet to be boro and others.POLLING I EVENING.
R held. Mrs. J. J. Griffin who lives on rented, the owners say that they ,4'
first feel sure they will be taken in a -- 1
r North Main street, will be the I
short time probably before the buildings promptly and booth be *
must
,hostess.J > BOOTHS IN every Director John D.
V t ' '-The object of these receptions is'' are completed.Carroll c i kept filled l to accommodate all within visibly gratified at the i: I
1:. {primarily to bring the ladies of thef. GAZETTE the time allowed by law. There is no rehearsal of the harvest 1
ichurch together fit a social manner P. Judson, president of the OLD OFFICE: doubt but what provision will be took place Tuesday 'I
to give the resident members the 'title Guaranty Co.; spent SundayinKissimmee. : made before another general election Cbapter House. jo
"t ,'P'4,1{opportunity of meeting strangers who In the afternoon he vteited ; for polling: places in two or more sections : "ThU is going to be a :

':fmay be visiting in the city and thereby St. Cloujd in company with Mesirs..' "The.:ofi Valley Gazette building of the city. said the rector. ."The a
.. \ cultivating the social ties that will P. A. Van. Agnew, Arthur E. Done on Darlington avenue has been secured -'I Those who win have charge Of the taking fine interest and :
ffl;, 1-' for stronger and more. united I.I.il" gan and Lewis O'Bryan. Mr.' -Judson -> in which to hold the election election hen are: G. W. Ashton, J. well as any could '
'mks hat been in Kissimmee frequentlybut next Tuesday.The W. Simpson H. M. Bralton inspectors The cantata will be t
,""n; The members hope that this notice he expressed surprise at the rapid .unusual length of the ticket ; C. E. Yowell clerk. Ing of November 22 at +.
l' /willbe sufficient in addition to thearnoencsment growth of the place since his last visit, will require-considerable time for a theater for the benefit of 1
: which will bti. made which... only a short time ago. The man'.to intelligently vote it and as,. F. G. Hudson and wife-and HrL.: church. There are I I
fi. ttr.otba:; palpit, to attract,. !Urge many'new buildings that,have beenstarted there are several hundred more voters VCargil:. of Lincoln. Neb., arrived in voices In KUsimmee : S
.' '\ .at th. home. .
",'.. 4: .An.. ., :... / the special subject of his comment. years .ago, the pells must open throughout the winter. sembles are particularly :, ., ,
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A PAGE Z. ...-. THE KISSIMMEE: VALLEY, GAZETTE FRIDAY, .!, 112

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O'BRYAN ADMITTED :and a solid war of holding them. He '
n e -. e. -.- ., ,, baa established his. law office In Kisimmee. DisUne; ; f:
riA \ PRACTICE has had his stationery printedand 296 l li
TO LAW is ready for business. AdvertisingLone ;
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,. 1 A S. GILBERT d' .,
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MANAGER OF TITLE GLJARANNTY'Cll. ;THE ROSARY COMES saying i the right thing '

BECOIES'IEIBER .
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7' MAIN, .STREET" -- -1---------. THE IXXUL. BAR. OF ,PASTJMf'T"URSDAV. .. ,.iT ;at:: the right time !, f' I

Carries as large and well assorted stock of in the right >t \ ,
I.. 1 .. PLAY OF GOOO'IIEPUiI'E WILL BE way I
1. It i fs now Lewis.. O'Bryan, Esq., if -
DPY, GOODS .NOTIONS you please. AN UNUSUAL ATTRACTION We make soecialty of planning.. preparing !-r of,
The affix being the recognired designation FOR KISSIMMEE.. literature and conducting campaigns for '
.... .., of the practicing attorney Land Companies Boards of Trade, Munici l
i among those who have qualms whenever tLn'usual
palities,and Individual
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they are called upon to addressa A play of more merit i
I SHOES, HATS lawyer as "Colohel" with the Is "The Rosary." which comes,to the '
'.. I knowledge that he has no right,to the Pastime theater Thursday evening of :
I mHilary title. next week.. GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS
and Useful Household Articles I )It. O'Bryan was admitted last week The management of the Pastime has 1
I been unusually fortunate in
to practice in the Florida courts Mr. securing
s O'Bryan is not a new lawyer, however. this play for Kissimmee. The com TAMPA FLORIDA
? 1 as can be found in the city, and sells them He practiced in South Carolina pany is well recommended and if the

I several years after receiving individual members measure up to .. .., $t t.
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CHEAPER THAN h.IS'' their press notices the play and the
t.. players will be worth seeing. The C.:A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretarft ,
,
ANY OTHER HOUSE ( capability merit of the the one other.depends upon the''

The story of the play deals The Waters & Carson ;
i r Bruce Wilton, his wife and Father i. :
Kelly, a priest, the former tutor of I
R Bruce. The home of the Wiltons is
.. .. ---- --- s I happy but a note of menace is ';
"t3I covered by Father Kelly and he diS-1 Grocery Company I
to work to find the cause.

; { $ TRTE BANk; OF ISSIMMEE, I! the Wilton Almost cause House.,on calamity the 8ruc Verge descends''s of fortune discovering upon the is I I Wholeitale and Retail Dealer in ,,';,11,."' "", ,,'

swept away, and in such a manner.j ;' 1+ (" '
Oldest Bank in Osceola County that he believes", his wife was the :
cause of his ruin. Husband and wife GROCERIES
Depository for are separated, the home is destroyed i """
r y and yet the cause of all this disaster
UNITMI STATE.-. ';')Vt.R"iMf'ST STATE OF f"l.RIIA; ,it nknown Hut Father Kelly. with I 'f.
,lr r .('()t PST) <>t o".t.'II.A CITY nN KlSSIMMEK' : a faith that moves mountain, son 'I 4c'
quietly, 8ereney] .,confidently with poes } 0)0 0)0 0)00.. Co + + 4404..98 I 4440444 ? 8800..0. :l F11'R
CAPITAL STOCK rtl.l.Y: PAID 580,00000 but one purpose m view the happinessof 0,. 0 0)0 .
SUKPLfSSTOCKHOLDERS'; .JO OOO OO those!! he loves. He solves the mys.i! SELL: 0)0 0)0 WE BUY ; OIIA1'
I IIAKIIITDEPOSITORS1 > SO.OOO.) L.ery and l lets the white light of truth .-0.:. -0. 0 .. 4; .
into the minds that have Len darkened (0 0 IIIIJES) I '
SECL'RITV ft.O.OOOiU; by evil. More than this he finds ;! Co (;RAIN. 0 0: 0(0 .:1,1.':'
the one who has caused! all the misery -0- -0. FURS, i
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 0
and restores the home.ORANGE FERTILIZERS, 0 0)0 '<
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"' SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENTC. 000 000 i I :- Woo, 0000 f/;
!SHINGLES!=;, 0)0 I 000 '
I, O Co+OOO--.oOo-- ++ + +++ +--OOOOOOO 0)0 .
A. Carson Jno. M. LeeViceI'res't M. KatzV'icePre N. B. Carton I LEWIS O'BRYON o CENTER. 0 I 000 ( I I ORANGE IIUXES + +: AND
I'res't, : 2(1 't Cashier : + + O..OOOO + + OOO-- OOOoOo--O + O-- ,, 000 000 I 0 o ""t'

diploma from the law d"vartm"It, of Mr. Thomas", Dering;; is adding a I 0. ORANGE WRAI'S (0' I + ALL .
1 __ L'niM-rtity of South Carolina, arquiring porch to his residence.Mr. -0. 000 I + .
I, at that time hiI.I. B degree Wm. Spear, of Orlando, was 4 \' CRATES, + I 1'- ('OUNTHY 6 'I'IEGJTAnI.E ,
i after hat inK annexed an ;M. A transacting business in Orange Center 000
1 J| Mr I'Bryan( came to Kis-Mmnipe, ', a Friday.Mr. 0 I RRTE: NAILS I :0 d:. PRODUCE. ;
year ago a>- manager! for the Title' Theodore Steir, of Tampa, wa-< 0)0 0)0 + +
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENTINSUKANCErresTBesrCompanies 'iuarutitx(; Co. and has identified himself visiting. home folks lat week. > 0-> 00-0.00000000000000000---. j 0000(0000--000000----000000000000. ....
with, / the life of th- town, an Mr. Arthur Cooper i" remodeling I! M
'nult-nce of this being' his social, promtnence and adding a line porch to his home,
: -- " anil the act that hevai recfiitly ull Ktfen in""U'. --\\a Nell field--and-.den .....II.. -- .l--kHttJ-- ---- ------
I elected secretary of the Ki -- -, --- | Board of Trade. __ out a five acre orange and grapefruit Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. 'I'
9 Why not use the tame good judgment in buying When asked. by the interviewer of grove, performing most of the \\'e are county agents'" for good frrtiliz..ro. .bk UH for drtulan and \
the imtinrtions achieved by him ;Mr labor himself; pretty good for a man prices on frrliliz..n. j(
Insurance that you do in buying goods for your O'Bryan ansert"I!: 1 have never 74 years of age.Mr. .
tore or clothes for your family? been in jail nor worn a mustache." G. W. Spahr visited in Kis- -- n
I "What, then, were your first intentions simmee from Tuesday until Thursday 1I ,
t.1'J') - ," queried the newspaper man. of last week. !
"Kirst to-be President of the UnitedStates Mr .and Mrs. T. I. Harvey and fam- J ) '
ANJINi !
i ARTHUR E. DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY I ; next, to be an outlaw; now I II ily were Kissimmee visitors Monday.
I simply want to make a )Jiving." i Mrs. Geo. Babcock was on businessin I ,1FL1
I Mr. O'Bryan's future in Florida isI Kissimmee Monday. EVERY'I'IIUIlSIAV EVINING I : \'r
.. D. G. WAGNER Manager I assured. He is brilliant and enerI Mr. Wesley Brock of Missouri has EDIEN'S 1 LAT..L
I getic, well informed and earnest. He come to clear and improve his Orange I \
1 I has a happy way of making friends Center farm. !
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TEN FACTS ABOUT WHITTIER
The fame season opens November 1, and if you want to hmnt or fish, Whittier is

1 I 1.-WkHtier is the jaaetioa. pout of tw. new Rsilreads, last will be in operation* by the place for yon; to come to. The forests abound with deer wild turkey, quail, squirrel y r'

j f i r JaMary 1st, 1913. and wild animals. The lakes and riven.teem with thousands of ducks, plover jack-snip I :

and fish. Guide and transportation for hunting parties can be secured at very reasonable -
J :, 2.-Wkittier is 90 feet above sea level thereby iasnrtBt food health aid water.
I r' rates, by writing Jas. A. O'Berry, proprietor. Lake Marion Hotel

.I'' ;- ,<1, 3.-Wkittier is the best locatio. for a town betweea 1Ci i.ee aad Lake Okeechobee. LISTEN! Any person or person wanting to invest in a bona-fide proposition in, :

'. 4.-Wkittier lies aloif the shore of beautiful Lake Marion, which is teeming with .sh.. Florida, will do weD; to write Mr. J... O'Berry, because he is a native of Osceola county, I

; 1 Florida, a farmer and stock raiser by profession, and is capable of judging Florida soiL
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{ ; 5.-Wkittier is only one mile front the famous Kissimmee prairie, which is rapidly '
.' ] 1 have nothing to leD that is not first d.... I can show you any amount of land 1"
: heiaf sold to Northern home seekers, and will be their trading point
1 '. suitable to oranges, rape fruit pineapples and all citrus fruit, vegetable land and land 1 I f '
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:, I ', ,,' I C--Every acre of Whittier soil will produce and within six months time will sell for suitable for general farmi. lr. I can show yon just a few improved plats with small '.t .;'

," ,' I .5 double the amount asked for it now.Whittier bearing orange groves, with from 100 to 300 boxes fruit included in the bargain too I : 4'.

) 7. cheap to be true. This however, i is only because the owners do not realize what "
i. :- ;is in the. center of the finest fish and game district of Florida. Every.) they '! i

" native of Florida knows that will be worth. six months from now.I S ;:I II '.

''I ""'- *.-Wkittier has a good traded school and a nice church. '.... I can show you anything from a city lot in Whittier to a section or more land on the >
Kissimmee Prairie. a,

9.-Wkittier has not been o.er ridden with land-sharks. like t lot of otter small towns. 555, Remember that you had best look into this proposition before Christmas, because t +.
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IO.-I.ut, but not least Whittier bout of the best country hotel in South Florida. values are certain to increase after "then. Don't forget that the Lake Marion hotel r

: .1'I Rates, $2.00 per day. i i is the plae -j here yon get plenty of wild game, fresh vegetables and strawberries to tatJ (.
Write JasTtyfterry for further particulars.
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o During the year usual -
,!Ii !H Ii records have been kept of ,
:. !Ii' . I herd at the -Agricultural ; :
!H I Station.< Thai records include ; KISSIMMEE
t' To the Voters of U i consumed and the 'milk y.
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Iff try or not.V e can also
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!It !IiI cow falls below the profit'
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: should be sold.v Cost of,Feed.In .. I I . -. in Sn in '-v .. '.-., ,.
: Most of hare at lima had'occasion' .. "
yon[ some, to'complain .
I .1 flguring the cost of the ''a---- k,
*" al.."the! law'.> delay." .. I '
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.. only gallon the- the stall cows feed __ I' have,purchased ,the above business: ,

: All of you'know' that "the law' delay"; always post- the six months' test. No ; and'am prepared to,sell, some.of the: finest i

I pones and frequently defeatthe enforcement: of legal made for labor. The horses and mules ever brought to this market:

j 'I rifliU and' the administration of .justice. I charged?1.70-cottonseed' ; at the following, $1-50; At present I have on hand about thirty splendid .. .

( age $0.20 per hundred. The II I horses, some?"of which weigh 1600 ,Ibs.;
The people of' Dura, Nassau SL Johns a.d Clay cottonseed meal 'were mixed which '
I will sell .
at extremely low'price. :
. hundred pounds of I .
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Counties (comprising the Fourth Judicial Circuit) are complaining \\0'
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C earnestly at "the l law' delay" bran. Each cow j The livery portion of, the stables is up--

' ( twenty-live pounds of tod-ate in particular the teams and \, <
every ,
) BECAUSE per day It is
;I They did not get any relief from the additional judges andO study these records and see vehicles being the best. "

\ >!/ circuit created last year, while every other circuit in the bilities The value for dairying of the milk in may I ---Y1Y1- tH

I t 'j' State did get relief at thirty Cents per gallon: : .

: I BECAUSE Coat of Milk. I : Heavy Hauling will be Specialty J 1
'\ The population of f the counties mentioned, and the business There seems to. be a a ,
it involves considerable ,
in'the circuit courts c-f these counties, is now more to that feed.a dairy cow in -YY1--; ,

u ( than four times greater than when the judicial. machinery ever, our records do not bear. .-
; = I we have'was provided t contention.

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dairy herd show that the J. t
;- It is not humanly'poaaible for one man to do the work required of feed per cow for one Proprietor
4 of the judge of the Fourth Circuit. I eighty days was $23.28. The ,
I yield of milk per cow was
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t The Legislature has recognized our NEED of the relief asked A gallon of milk weighs ,
; for, by proposing an amendment to the Constitution, which it to be I I The average value of milk immiiiEEBFAVORITE
1 1 I was $91.88 per cow, or $
voted on in THE WHOLE STATE:: at the election next week. 11 month, per cow. The I

; Y;I over' cost of feed was $68.75 -.- .. -r- -
'r Ii I Yi The amendment appear on the bajlpt as follows: Y; or $11.45 per month per
f : average cost of feed to
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lon of milk was seven and /
FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. ARTICLE V. cents.
t, m CREATING AN ADDITIONAL CIRCUIT JUDGESHIP !f Comparison of Cows.Two TERTILIZERS '
i FOR DUVAL COUNTY. SALARY AND: OTHER EXPENSES !f of the cows used in .

TO BE PAID BY DUVAL COUNTY." were calves.three-year-old It should not, be with ARE THE RESULT PRODUCING KIND '1//

f f these cows would make as They are as good as careful supervision and honest \
adoption of the'amendment will promote the cause of justice; 1 ords as mature ones. Yet methods can make them. Special formulas for
if The adoption of the amendment will cost nothing. !f heifers produced milk at a ; CITRUS FRUITS POTATOES TOMATOES of
you for feed than did some of : : a MELONS BEANS STRAWBERRIES LET- ?
IYiThe If you do not object to the pomotion of justice, free of cost to you, !fI cows. TUCE. CELERY and all\ truck crop. .' .'
you are requested to vote for the amendment, and further assist a !ff I Cow No. 6 produced BOOKLET '
f worthy cause by asking your friend and neighbor to do likewise. L f; one hundred and eighty days COMi'ANY'
: Yi !f any of the other cows. She INDEPEN1NT r.f. !

a !fifififilifilififif! ! !: ! !fiYiYififiYiYififilI ! pounds amallaul of yiold milk,nf or millt 377,4.wan... \ t, M, LEE.!: .A. FLORIDA.nti 1 -" '. "..;
".tt pd by cow no 15,, a 1
A with her first calf. She
I '11* Illllllllllllllllllllll Mil, t I I I I > I I I I I t I I I I I I"M I Ui I < pounds, 229.6) gallons. This --- .- .- -- -.. .

cows.great variation If cow No.in 15 yield of ! Y11i! Hi Hi! Hi Hi Hi Y1 !Hi !Hi !Hi!Hi Y1 !Hi Hi !Hi Hi Y1 !Hi Hi !Hi Hi!Hi !Hi Hi

milk to more than pay for SHi I a

i Fall Announcement cow No. 6 must have !
profit. If all of the cows in

No.had 6 been, the aa profits good at the 5 OOD>, 'H!
t" would have been nearly
', We have just returned from an extended trip through the North year The above figures show y9

and East have visited all the great markets and have purchased the cost of feed consumed by $ r
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most magnificent and most comprehensive stock that we have ever was cents equal per gallon to seven for the and milk '" ,'!Ii

shown. Practically all of the goods are now in and on display. during six months. To get(41.'I '
t of the milk '
\ Such an'array of Jewelry Sterling Silverwaije, Hand Painted China. cost of labor produced, the cost we of ]x.,. ..
i Magnificent Cut Glass Clocks and Watches Diamonds and other remainder of the year, $

r:!! precious gems, mounted and unmounted, have never before been vestment must also, take taxes into and con I II1III" Yi't..

placed on .sale in this State. milk produced during the .
six months. Mechanical I x f

I ,COME IN NOW AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION FOR THE HOLI- I I I III I I Mil I I III MM I

} DAYS. WE WILL KEEP THEM FOR'YOU AND MAKE DELIVERIES SEEDS FOR THE ' ii:

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We represent The HiKginit i( Screens, the recognized II ; I ;;n ...,....
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We can also supply you with anything Wood 1Ma I ,__1909 I Grand Prize.-Llmoges' __._____..1903 Yi .
+ Frame Screens. Phone! or telegraph at our expenseand II '
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f. Phone 5877 T. B. ELTON, Mgr./ 329 St. James Bldg. '
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7i y JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA > I Gold Medal, Pan American. Buffalo .
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. avert heat ._.... the largest1.tatae areaerty ........... ... the hla-heat...... ..the._arteat.the _.5.Axel. .' grocer and ourtclvra."YOUR ; I t.
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OF THE DEMOCRATIC Kissimmee Furniture
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JOHN W, HOWELL, . _
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CANDIDATES. GET 'THE NAMES J. J",COLLINS. ..
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,). '/ FOR ,SALE: < : . FOR THEM ON ELECTION PAT. FM gbN __t_ F.. ....._. t.. ....

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X ?,IARTHUR-E.-DONEGAN. .
Livery' Stable that is Up-to- X.- -JEFFERSON- B. BROWNE, I, . ..- i'
JONES, '
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X CHARLES .

t''w Date in all its appointments.J. X LELAND' J. HENDERSON, hr _..., ....(Veto Hew for.,one._.)_..__ -

x H. C. SPARKMAN, __ x.' IL CLAY: STANFORD, 23 .l
OCT. 19 TO NOV. f..,
\ X WM.: C. JONES, CLAY JOHNSON.- --' -

W. MILLER I- J. FRED J>E_BERRY, ii,

GEORGE G._ RICHIET_
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Kissimmee Fla. C'lwfc e f Clmill (;'_rt.
JOSEPH, W. CARSON, -._ __ (Vole for one.)
W. L. CORYELL, X JOHN L. OVERSTREET We expect soon to move into oar new quarters, wkiek U being 1
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r' :}L E. N. WALDRON ._J.._M.:. ANDERSON. : built for 8.'next door South, and we will give tkose'wfco. need. .a y-' ) .

u J. G. BOYDSTON, thug im the line ofFurniture i'i

MILTON'A..:.SMITH K.r ".....".
(Vote for one.)
t G. B. PATTERSON :
X.L.. . II. INGRAM, orHousxefurnishings 'fJ
i' W. ROWLEY,
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i'I' .. LYNN KILBOURNE, WARREN KING.
.. I. .WEBSTER, ..
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OBERDORFER.JOS
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c' .. Osceola Lumber Co Inc. __WM.'c.: RICHARDSON: O. J. TOMLINSON, enjoyable feast, as a treat auy things will f o at cost, and jss \$:

0i I J. A. TROVILLION' some instances below cost to us. We will sell during this sale abort i,1""

i I'- GEORGE P. WENTWORTH. _,= _"'1'. 4......, ll..erl.Ieade.t.f ,...... I '''!,
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t PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY WORKS I' PHILLIP D. BE ALL, ______ (Volt:" :...fur one-)__._ __ $10,000.00 Worthand 1

3' I, J. E. MERRILL .. X W. J. SEARS ..
I T. 'T. M UN ROE C. S. COOPER.

;. '. Rough and Dressed Lumber C. C. ALLEN ---1 n. 'J it will not pay you to miss it, as you will be able to buy at this ,-l

--- ,- -. _. -- G. W. COX ...., 'I'nx ( ell.rtE. low price: for your future needs as well as for your present require i
4 t __ (Voltfor one > I This1{ :
A. G. HOTCHKISS, I ments. u an opportunity that will not likely present itself :
Sash, Doors, Brick, Lime, Cement I E. D. BARKER, -- X C. L. BANDY i again to the baring public: of Kiuimmee and nearby towns. \,
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: \" GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL J. A.. GRAY, ;. : : : J'4'
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Kissimmee Florida. WILLIAM I. BARBER---- I ,'.
L 1 = - on out of town orders-CASH ONLY AT SALE PRICES. Call and ':
I I1 FRANK MUNSELL, '
inspect the line and if you do not wish to buy, we will be glad to a

Z; -. .--- -,--,- _.- - .. _._ ,-1-- - I - - .'--'- show you through anyway,-as you will likely want to buy sometime, '-.
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Grave Covers and Vaults X S. L. LUPFER. : i;
: a Specialty : For .0. nor.Vote one' II III t
< for ) M. H. PORTER;
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Is the most enduring monument : J. W. BIGHAM, .'.. ..r........... *.*....,. I
/."ot" for on,.> .
WILLIAM R. O'NEAL,

t 1 . made. Will not get moss-grown, : WILLIAM_C....!HODGES _ X H. D. GEIGER,- KISSIMMEE{ FURNITURE CO. i iJ.
crack or crumble. Is more artistic :
THOS. W. COX._. ij-i '1
and less expensive. :. -- -- - K.r (-...(, t:.imm.>l I.Vot. _. '*.... DtmlrtrtNo. I EMORY RUSH 'L"Y .

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Write me>nd I will rail : for HrrrrtmTT .* ntmtf. I
We .have useful Kitchen for if haven't already
J __ (Vote for on") X E.IL.! LESLEY, I a Novelty you you :
:! JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O.. -- ak for it .
\ ? X_ H.,CLAY CRAWF- = MARTIN COSNER, Ij rot b>e, "-
mi iiiiiniiniiiiiiiii 11 mi i HIM in 11 in M HIM .
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: X THOMAS F. WEST, .... a ..."..,.".....,. C..I ft.. ._. ...... Dlet"n. .FALL CITRUS BOOK,. :

HENRY W. BISHOP, (Vote for on..). .

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(, in quality throughout. X W. V. KNOTT, X O. R. BASS, '
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1 8PRUCB LADDERS with hickory rounds any ROBERT! !' A. ALFRED, book gives the reasons for Fall ferti- ? \ I
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1' -- -- 1 amount, time, and mode of application. t :
DAVID L. DUNHAM, '
PBAJWONTI' CEMENT COATED NAILS. 3d i -- - u, _ ._ X W. F. WALKER
1, and 4d and needle pointed specials for hoopleuox. : Ideal Methods have made the Banner ;i;
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ORANGE WRAPS, BIRCH BOX HOOPS i WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. I, ''s'sMauufacturers ':
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ti ..W R. FULLER X. W. N. SHEATS, J. O. McNEW: ,

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the circuit court for Ouval wastewho.
11 C. CUBBERLY .. ularr and the rxprnee .fwho.'oQloq HAY GRAIN. FEEDwhich : :;
shall be .paid by DtI.. +1e.unty. .
I, 1 .., E. P. AXTELL, r.
." GEORGE McA.: MILLER, -- YES ___ we make a specialty

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circuit-,court for Duvaleounty. ,
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ofbonas "tax hoo
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C. F. SCHNEIDER, G.. G. MoCUNTOCK
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1912. 'THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY F. .
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Coast Line Through the first! land hoW Mrs; Pot III 11111111I111111111 MI +i '
Trivial Work 111111111 i
Doing ter Palmer wa induced to invest more . in 111 > i n 1111111111111111111111111i+4t"iMiinininM :'
hundred thousand dollar in I 11 II II I I I IIIMIIMI I iiiniiiiiiiiTi
than six nun I I mi n iiiniitiiiii
.r In Developing Its Territory l Florida land and'shehassince-spent!: :
I.vast additional'' amount in developing) .. .
\ the land.There are a 'vast number "
of other thing that might be said : '
LAND SHOW MAN COMES ,BACK.; AT WILBUft M'COY OF to Mr. McCoy but his animus i 1..* so A :DEPOSITOR'S/ '. ..

:' obvious, his falsification <*) r,, crude ,
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE IN CAUSTIC LETTER -- ,.. .
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. : that it i ie 'pt'obablf.not necessary . : . .
IN WHICH. HE:SHOWS_ RESULTS: EXHIB. f: All he has admitted in his letter the .i' "* .., fundamental reason for his antagonism .
..... IT1NG AT THECHICAGQE' "I was a desire to'avoid. contribution / / \
.-> REQU/REMEN-TS.
.. '" .. sv I by the.railroad to.funds for the ; I
....... a development of various communities .. '. -
v The United Staler Land'Show, 'iy both land companies and -community along the lines of his road It is true ,- : ,
; '. 1532\> Tribune Bldg..Chicago. exhibits last year althoughthe that these demands have been in cases "' ,
t'' greater part of the space was extortionate and unreasonable. Ttvi An individual desiring the services of a. banking uutitntioi li\: h
M! J. H. Reese, Editor, Kissimmee Valley. taken up by the display made by commercial tremendous success of, the land show generally I least ''
:? Gazette Kisslmmee, Florida. clubs. This, year the entire which the Chicago Tribune founded in : exact at three.. requirements: .. v ,,
v Dear Sir: 1 have today received space to be occupied' by the State 1909 caused other land shows to spring ; .. .' ,
from R. F. Bogue, druggist, 623 120th ten booths in all-will be filled with up' in various parts of the country: I Fir8tu-SECURITY- AND PROTECTION FOR DEPOSITS
, .) street, Chicago, a clipping from yourpaper community exhibits. Portland,' Kansas City, Omaha, Pitts- : .
containing a letter from Wilbur Colorado was represented last year burg, etc., during the two years fol Second-.RETURNS ON FUNDS DEPOSITED" '
d r.. Mnpoy-agricultural and immigration through the Pueblo Commercial club lowing. Most of these were badly ". I x
(Kent of Uve Atlantic Coast Line rail and the Denver Chamber of Commercewill managed or poorly located and have : Th'trd.-THE SCOPE OF.GENERAL BANKING FACILITIES; ''I \
.>" way. Mr. Rogue writes in protest probably handle the exhibit next failed and gone out of business. The , .
t against the obvious falsity of this month. same fate threatened the land show : .

J letter -atating that he has attended Eight counties in Idaho were rep- in Chicago in 1911 two years after the rt
the .how in Tribune. had given control of it, .
I land Chicago every year resented "at the show last year and so up : '
\ with a serious purpose-to learn thoroughly was the exhibit regardedas but this show-the first and greatest . c, ,.': i M
1} / more about the various sections of a State exhibit that every schoolchild of-land shows-is again in the hands .:....bs::; \.
the country- -and that he has been in the State contributed three of the officers of the Chicago Tribune After the stability of the Bank has been a certa3ae c deeply influenced toward a return to potatoes to be given away on Idaho i and it will be run on the highest plane : .
the land by what he has seen and Potato Day. The tremendous advertising i even though there may be a heavy and wise financial policy assured the depositor; ha fire his attention to the "
4 heard there. Mr. Bogue asks us to which this gave Idaho potatoes deficit.Railroads : .
:( answer Mr. McCoy's letter. in Chicago is said to have increased : Not Opposed. investment possibilities; if a savings account b intended. tlte'.e.. outomer .
Malicious and Foolish. the revenue of one potato growing district I Mr. McCoy's statement that railroadmen .
yi The letter is so obviously malicious, in the State by more than one are opposed to the land show is wants a* liberal 1 a rate of interest a* it compatible with a_found. banking. :
4 .o foolish and so peurile, that this hundred thousand dollars. absurd. The really big railroad men sys. .
i I seems unnecessary but since a loyal The Walla Walla Commercial club, of the country are forcibly behind tern; then he investigate the facilities of the bank in 'e........ NarnraDy and.
supporter and beneficiary of past land the Spokane Commercial club, the the land show movement whenever it I
.how. asks us, we will do so. It North Yakima Commercial club and can be rightly conducted. Jim Hill, necessarily the experienced banker whose coastaat bosines U to investigate ,
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+ should l>e unnecessary in view of the : other similar organizations in Wash- the Empire builder, has been a mighty .
l fact that in the first his letter ington were represented at the show supporter of each land show in Chi should be possessed of a technical knowledge bearing on all financial topic .
Mr. McCoy, either trough stupidityor and their exhibits were entirely divorced cago. He has_ increased his space each
through the mistaken idea. of the from land salesmen.One year and in the 1912 show will occupy The bank should have at the disposal of its customers such data avid .info ... '\.
.k stupidity of his readers, Blips up and of the most imposing exhibits I more than four thousand dollars worth ,
tells the truth. You will note that in the whole show was that made by of floor space. The Northwestern floe a* is required by the investor '_ .
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in the second paragraph he states that Wyoming in charge of the Commi railroad will have forty per cent.
his road receives requests' from the nioner of Immigration of the State- :' more floor space this year than they nui.
various communities and he adds: "as Roy W. Schenck,. who was actively had last year and will spend several .
'y we cannot consistently contribute to assisted by Governor Carey. j thousand dollars in preparing the ex-
all we decline to contribute to any,'' I There were three big exhibits from i hibition. The Canadian Northern C .
d This supremely selfish and cowardly Canada. The largest was that of railroad, will also take a big part in -- -
is the real and the itself next the the show. In short the railroads .
attitude reason Canadian government s Our claim to confidence the
rest fulfillment
<< of
your on the above
only reason for the action taken by Government of the Province of British i which have been instrumental in requirement
Mr. McCoy and by other railroad officials Columbia and next the Central Alberta buirding up the tremendous prosperity Citizen Bank of Kissimmee it safe, .sound, conservative and yet liberal.

similarly situated. Development league: Not one of the great Northwest and in turn- Your confidence and patronage it invited regardless of the of
designed8imJ consideredby I deserts into gardens amount your funds.CITIZENS .
The lies which follow it are of them capable of being ing mountainous
4 >>ly to bolster up his indefensible even such an imaginative personas i I will be represented at the show more _'C .
1 position. For the statements which Mr. McCoy as a land company. I aggressively than ever. It is true .
follow it are lies and known to berittenMTMct."uy1Iayfr Each has lx>ughtaJarge!! space lor.!: that the_railroads jofthe .SojitbeBSL. -.- -- - -- ----- '- -
eh when +The 1912 1 ow.I will not be in the show, but Mr. McCoy BANK : :
; that at the land show in Chicago Itjt I 1 There was, however, one State in will have a mighty hard time finding ,
:'" year there were no exhibits by communities 1 II the land show which was representedonly i any community along the lines of the .
t., but only by land companies by large land companies That Great Northern, Northwestern, Canadian
..,: and three railroads. I State was Florida I and! it is !not, .a Northern. etc., which envies,: the KISSIMMEE
ip Tke States Represented.. matter over whiCh citizens 01 Floridaneed communities 01 me southeast the cooperation r t
feel We have difficultyin they receive from the rail- .
'i\ As a matter of fact the State of proud. no .
South Dakota was represented by a selling space to Florida land companies roads. j-.
-1 large exhibit in four booths. Not only as they know how well the The Coast Line's Part. ,
1 i* that the case but John D. Deets, land show pays. The head of one of Mr. McCoy's trip, in a private car! ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. President W. A. SMITH Caahier t
Commissioner of Immigration of the exhibits represented at the last through the Northern States of .
,1 South Dakota, who was in charge of ghow--one of the most thoroughly responsible which he boasts, is a good thing but Directors: \
{ this exhibit and who was elected land men in northern Floridahas it is petty, it is trivial when considered J :,
k/ .... president of the National Land Pro- informed us that of the six (even though it cost twenty-five ARTHUR E. DONEGAN President H. M. Pfau, lt Vice President .. ': '
v ducts Exhibitors association-an or- salesmen who operated in his booth hundred dollars) as the chief contribu- .
c. W. DANN tad
?r ganisation founded to protect against during the last land show only one tion of a great railroad system to the Vice Presides k"

,'t- certain bad features of the last show- made in commissions during the showas development of its States-Virginia, A. W. WINK L. H. COHOON F. W. HILL c. D. CARROLL ..j
,; has contracted for a twenty-five per little as five hundred dollars. We North Carolina South Carolina, Alabama ,
)\,I'' cent. larger space for his State in have been anxious, however, to have and Florida. Van Agnew & Crawford, Attorney
,,1 the 1912 show. Florida represented on the same planeas The Tribune, by founding the land
'd,. North Dakota was represented by the other parts of the Union-that show, carrying it on this year, main
development association in which is by community exhibits. We have taining the "Back to the Land" bureauetc. . .
'r'f.8' a were included five counties, which deL gone to a large expense this year to ., is doing more to give vitality and i iiniiiim i mi i iii iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii IIMIIIIIIIMIIMMIII .

) : velopment association has prepared an bring this about and have sent' our power to the back to the land move- + I I III IIIMIIM I I I I I I I Mill II IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI IIIIIIIIMIMIIMIIIIIIIII -,*. t
exhibit for the 1912 land show. director of exhibits three times ment and help those States than all ,
1- Michigan was represented by the through the State to endeavor to work the activities of the Immigration - ---- -- --- ... -
i;'1 Upper Peninsular Development bureau up displays of .thls kind. We regretto Agent of the Atlantic Coast Line. He ., -. "
to
came Kissimmee less than
age.
of the State. A public'spirited organ admit that we have been unsuccessful The firat land show was not highly '
'j and it probable that if Mr. McCoy insinuates three years ago from Jetmore, Kan. )
1 (.j' ization and not land companies. now seem profitable as
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He had been married twice the last
s 11 Florida is to be represented it will but the contrary if cost the Tribune \
represented through on
." Wisconsin was the land thousand dollars. In 1910 time to Mis Mattie Heard, of Kissimmee. MERRILL-STEVENS[ S' COMPANY :
be companies
. \ the Wisconsin Advancement associa have to by twenty-nine He is survived by his wife, : ,
several of which have appli In 1911 I made
t.' tion. The exhibit was in charge of from we it lost money. it money .
fir1 I. and a son by the fim marriage, ..1
almost.wrecked by "
and cations. but the show was ,
: of
Board Immigration
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State
the
,' I the present Governor and five former In this' connection it might be wellto being commercialized. This year there Charles! who lives at Jetmore. He Have a Statewide reputation for the quantity and s quality y

:, Governors of Wisconsin spoke at the nail another falsehood of Mr. Mc- will be no profits/ except to exhibitors was the a Mason local ,lodge but wia, and not hid a memberof remainswere of workjdone. Expert Mechanics sent. out. General Blacksmithing j
land be We
Coy's. He states that the Florida and those profits will big.; regret -
:"t, show.Louisiana was represented by a development companies represented last year did exceedingly that Kisinmi wi.l: delegation accompanied of MttA-ns, to from the th"train by a j and Repairing. I Beams. Acetylene: Gas .Welding.

league in which bankers, not have exhibits but simply distributed not share in them. Blossom lodge Monday, when Orange the White Oak, Mahogany, Cypress and l other Hardwoods always '
literature. This is absolutely un- Very truly ,
dealers, etc., were yours
Ifi grocers represented, hardware as well as land men and true and Mr. McCoy knows it. The J. M. CLEAttY, A-t. Sec journey to his last renting place at in stock. General Machine work. Boat Construction and Re.
arranged and exhibits of some of the Florida land Chicago, October 26, 1912. Rocton, 111., wa begin MM. Farmer
"I.. the exhibit itself was went to Rjrloi to be present at the pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Corresponcence solicited. ,
small
'. handled by a commission appointed by companies though were among .
a, the Governor of the State. The exhibit the finest in the show as is natural in interment.Cleverness- 600 to 654 East Bay SL, Jacksonville Fla, V

; of Louisiana this year is be- view of the wonderful agricultural resources TWO AGED CITIZENS without conscience is as I r
ing handled in a similar manner- of the State. : the aridness of the desert.
by a commission appointed by Governor Country People> Interested.
Hall consisting not of land men Another bit of false witness born PASS FROM LIFE --- ---- .- .- --... ". ... -. .
but of the biggest State officials and by Mr. McCoy is his statement that I .
working for people visit :J
;, heads of organizations "no farmers or country
the advancement of the State. this show." Mr McCoy knows that I'
1 A large land company did represent the land show is the only show that BOTH DEATHS WERE SUDDEN The Difference Between COMFORTand DISCOMFORTJust
Alabama last year but the matter has goes into the Coliseum in Chicago -
been taken out of its hands this year that is forced to open its dors to ad-
the State Department of Immigration mit crowds in the morning and he WITHOUT
by CAME SUNDAY
; and the Chambers of Commerce knows that the reason that this is BOTH PREVIOUS ILLNESS OF ANY as a hair may divide the false from the true; so
of Birmingham, Mobile and Montgomery true is because it is the only show i
.\ each have contracted for space. which attracts vast numbers of farm- CONSIDERABLE SERIOUSNESS may a spring prove the difference between comfort and
. I'Mlssissippi' was represented not by ers. Other shows must depend for 'OR DURATION:

\ a land company, but fry the Missis-. practically all their attendance upon discomfort. And comfort is a desirable condition.
tnppl Land Development association city people and are therefore crowded very r..
which: was founded and supported by only in the evening. A large amountof Two deaths of two of Kissimmee's \
'the leadirg officials of the State. evidence could be brought forward I aged citizens Sunday evening broughtthe It is-restlessness
at night and loss of which
Georgia, through which State Mr. to prove this but the official reportof efcock and solemnity to the com- sleep produce nervousness

McCoy lines lun, and about which the Georgia exhibit association following munity which such events are calculated ; which undermine health. In too instances the .
the last show should be suf- many
familiarwas The circum-
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thoroughly to produce. '
he is certainly I
represented by the Georgia Ex- ficient. If as Mr. MeCoy, a casual stances surrounding the death of real cause is not thought of. Are you laboring under discomfort

f were hibit furnished association by, the the funds Atlanta for Chamber which observer people, asserts at the there last were land no show country is- both green were old similar.age without Both had having reacheda ex- which sobs' you of a night's good rest? Perhaps your bed'is not

of Commerce, the county of Clark, it not strange that the Hart-Parr penenced any great or serious illness equipped with the
spring. the
g f'' the- Brunswick Chamber of Commerce, company, which deals in traction en- and each was active until the very proper Perhaps spring is too weak '

v+ the Waycross Chamber of Commerce Bureau, five ginen'of hundred a medium dollars,value should of have twenty-sold hour of death in some.places and too rigid others. and has an uneven surf ace. .
Colonel Dunlap of the Georgia C. E. Franklin.
"k of, Industries and Immigration and more than' forty thousand dollars C. E. Franklin was born in South ,
various railroads of the State. Mr. worth of them through their .seven Carolina December 3, 1834, and came Mine *.
isn't
_1 McCoy knew this as he knew everyhz hundred dollar exhibit? Is it not to Kisslmmee a quarter of a century Hie .4 0 O Mine i s
J, other detail listed here when he wrote strange that the International Harvester -! ago. lie entered the mercantile business ; ;
; has two
bought
a
i to you that he visited the Chicago company where the Citizens Bank now
f;: land show last December and found thousand dollar space for the, 1912 stands. He retired from active business .
'A' .counties or municipalities repl-e- show, the J. I. Cace Thrashing Machinery ; in commercial lines a few years
. ,' company fifteen hundred dol- afterwards and after the great freeze
;, 1" **.nted.J ,
G-. Nevada was represented at the land lare worth of space, the HoltCaterpillar acquired; tracts of grove property, .Springbed
J how by the Bureau of Industry, Ag- company fifteen hundred dollar which that event had so depreciated p1
, riculture and Immigration of the worth of space the Hart-Parr com- that values were at low ebb. He had . A

-:1 i of State South It Dakota-paid was an exh'b for; ; and like handled that- pany space fourteen and the hundred M. Rumley dollars company worthof an section abiding at that faith time in the and future it 'remained of the is guarantee; (the best made. It is manuy'! f ;--

'I; entirely by the Commonwealth.! five hundred dollar worth of space? with him, and he saw his holdings ''+ factured of highly tempered Premier wire
"4 California was represented by of- The men in these concerns, which Increase until he became one of the which gently conforms to the f
lines.
'd body
manufacture and sell farm machinery
from Almeda county county's most substantially wealthy
h' exhibits
r\" flcial Tulare county, San Diego county, andLos are hard headed business men and men. He was twice married; his sec- -'S / Each of the 88 oil tempered coils is carefully i 1 .

Angeles county. An enormous they do not pay out one dollar and ond wife, who was Miss Ella / / t stcd. The frame work and connecting wires ,r
filled by these exhibits seventy-five cents to occupy a square Ray of South Carolina survive _
j;!' which space was could not have been overlooked I foot of space for sixteen days unless him, with one daughter: Irene10 are stiff and rigid to hold the spring, in shape. '" e
"1 wilfully blind with they know that it will pay them. And of He was at one> time The whole is ;
( even so :years age. heavily coated with
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t i : it ,if they reach farmers :
.. can only
Mr. McCoy and it pay Worshipful Master of Orange Blossom pI r-
.t..)' a': prejudice a* and lots of them 1 black enamel which makes the
. +' .. $ obvioaa: i,that there were no> land deal- Lodge of Masons, and was a 1. spring noise '.
t ; en in\,these exhibita- They were And the City People. member of the .Iverson Camp, U. C. hJ s 1! less and rustless and germ proof. The surface '\
. to rolldllunit1'':exhibit pure and simple.Tland It may,be worth while to spend a V. JIb was burled with M.lIOnlchOIl- J smooth '
1. ) andeven with
Tl i f.. .. ,lathe show next month the few word in'criticism of Mr. McCoy'B orJ at: Rose Hill cemetery Tuesday. ) ti no rough ends to ."
.' 3 'J i California. counties< .will have: slam .t'the'"dt1' 'people.. "' Are city afternoon;.. .- '- 1"V i tear mattress: tick. Insure your comfort ,, ;
Ii 1i'.; exk ibCtsr a.'t..Tular..eoU11tyj Di.gok people1 of no'value to Florida T Every Mr. Franklin';died' shortly: after'' 7 . a \.. .
\ cou.dyrrLos' Angsleb'-\ .county; (8aD' pereon la-Florida Xeept Mr.'.McCoy, o'clockSunc! y'enftin&.' He had Reed J I Sold under 5yeardealef : tee; If jour tt
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opportunity exercising great
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{ ." di ned by the writer.Refected I + . . dd + dd dd . + yon .
,. matter will not toe returned unle. called for. your preference at tie polls for those,who are ,to fill the office*.-National, State, and County-for a term of

; ., ., Entered at the I'oa "orrle. In Kl------.r-*.imm,;../ Florida' --,-.a-*_aocond-cla mail mutter. A Kick and a Farewell.. years. On behalf of the Democratic party we wish to call your attention to a few things to which we ask your serious:
't: ., The moat recent issue of the Lees-
aiderali..
eo .
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;: "FRIDAY. NOVEMBER I 1.1912. burg Commercial contains an announcement ..

.- ::-:=--:-'. .- -; from the editor 'which is Section 2S5 of the Statutes the State Executive Committee
Florida Standing
'. out of the usual order. It appears' general provides for "Whenever or

t, . TUESDAY'S GREAT ELECTWN. that the Board of Trade of that town of any political party ia this State *. shall decide to take by primary election the sense of the member* of -

4 We accustomed to'dating events-from the war. There hat been but Commercial held a meeting as being and an denounced untrue repre-the said party *.. .*. *.. as to the proper person or persons to be presented to the voters of the State, Congressional. District

are there i. doubt in sentative of the progress of the town. or County, as the.case may be," that said Committee may call a primary election giving due notice thereof, etc.
one war' in this land. When we speak of the war no any The result \is that the editor tells the

mind at to which event we refer to. Since the.war there has been no election people of the town' that if they are Section 259 provides as follows: "The Executive or Standing Committee catling-such primary election may

i vital at slake than in the not pleased with his efforts he will declare the terms and conditions which electors such election shall be recorded and
1' in which there was greater interest and more matters step down and out, but, that is not' on legal : offering to vote at takenas

election. which takes place Tuesday. all. He goes on to tell them that a I proper members of the party at whose'inttigation or in whose interest such primary election has been called ..;>

t s It is usual for all the candidates prior to an electjpn, to claim the victory. the newspaper business is enterprise!necessarily of the a reflex town of in I may be held, and therefore entitled to vote at such election as a member of that party." *

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t : i attitude of the candidates offers no variation by way of differentiating which it js pttWfshed, and this is gen- Pursuant
, The the
vy II present the erally true-though there may be exceptional to authority conferred .by the above Statutes the Democratic State Executive: Committee issueda

{' .,. this election from others past and to come. In other respects cases The Gazette ill unable call.for a primary election to be held on tile 30th day of April and on the 28th day of May, 1912. The qualifications
,
i and uncertain. In view of the forecasts made' by the to pas son the Leesburg case,
situation complex for
prescribed
electors
is designated follows shall be
Ii but part of the editor's.lament were as : "Those and only those persons permitted te
gives
i f, political experts it is rather reasonable to think that Wilson will be the next because of the certain truth that it i vote at or participate in the management of said primary who are white, Democratic electors, who declare .-

.' President, but if we take into consideration all the conditions, of the made forecast contains"Recently a business man of this their adherence to the principles of the Democratic party; who are on the list of the said lawful electors of the. du-
claims
for the by
made by the same experts we !must have some regard city, who does not advertise, informed trict in which they offer to vote; who have paid their poll tax legally due within the time required by the law of

,,' the other candidates. Roosevelt's strength in the West and East cannot be a stranger that the reason I.eesbUrg the State regulating elections who
did not because "didn'thave primary and shall when challenged by any elector make his oath before an inspector -
there grow was it
thinks
f:' ;" doubted, The most careful of( all the writers Samuel Blythe. maybe I a newspaper that was Worth a that he did not'vote against. the nominees of the last Democratic primary."

< Roosevelt landslide. I He doesn't Uy;\ U down as an event that is ex- d- .' .
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( Irrtnely! likely to occur but he docs give it place as a POSSibIlity. The 1 Democratic "The 1 Commercial I is all good a paper I No one was entitled to :vote in this primary except: according to the above qualifications, no one was compelled

and the us the patronagegiven it will "juntifund \', to vote in the primary at all. Those who voted in the said
therefore voted
for defeat voluntarily thereby
chance primary
leaders do not admit that there is even a if I do say it, will compare favor- agreeing
b Taft managers ar$ equally confident. I Ihis. I is written merely to have Something ably with some papers. with a larger to the conditions set forth in the caD. All the participants in the primary, therefore, voluntarily declared for adherence
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.- : I j.j to say before the election here.is nothing to do but wait for the re' pat"No onagt othel/ busine'.i i is vcr criticized to Democratic: principle and at such are honorably bound to support the nominees and the principles of the

f J' turns. I as much as a ountyiwwupaper, party. It would be manifestly unfair and a violation of the rules of integrity and right for Republicans to undertaketo

n I' So (far as Osceola county is concerned, the only county Florida with a and than no a country individual editor receives I less praise dominate and control the nominations of the Democratic party. Clearly the intention of the law it that all par.

r ''. ; Republican fight of( its own: we feel no uneasiness The old boys at St. Cloud "Examine the license list publishedlast i ticipants in a given primary election thereby declare their allegiance to the principles and nominations of the party

and haven't over it yet t and week and see the number of non I under whose auspices the primary election was called. We have right to therefore thai who
got used to fighting IP the Sixties they gotten advertisers thee arc in leosbuig. j a expect, every man participated

v probably never will. They've given us a merry lound and when its over we'il "The reason 1/tesburg has not in the Democratic: primaries last Spring will stand by hit colors and vote for the nominees in the election1
grown more is because a majority of j jh..r to be held November 5th.
be glad we've had something to fight for and they haven't, except (for the people are too dwell satisfiedwith I

lun of the frolic. Let us 'dope\ they have enjoyed the entertainment present tonditions Since the Carpet-bag
i s "It is this same indifference thatis '. regime was displaced in 1876 the Democratic party hat been in entire control of the

I -> responsible for disbandment of I I'I'I affairs of State in Florida. From a standpoint of ability to govern they have been tried in the balance and have

KEEPING THE RECORDS STRAIGHT. I the nulitar\ company. the die ( not been found have been
-_ ---- < pan> the 15 Y I' lJ. the ''om-I wanting. They equal to every emergency. They found the States finances overwhelmingly .
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n '/ Charles E. Jones who holds the position 01( assistant editor of "DIXie" quorums at 1 K, of I'. meetings.... / etc I II in debt and rectified this condition, and now its credit is the very highest. It is practically without bonded in-

s -Claude L'LiiKle's purrs}; rr 70 }rt-TeT5t7F d U he is lo be 'pTTim l doing' I ; :1 'nrlh I nun are i 'iinlllriicxlations ;provided::: .I li'csliurg:: -debtednese-Tire I system-ofloal-self-govtmna ,ii tsar been put into Effect which appeals to me-IT .- A pian f internal -

?f cannot expect more people to tome I improvement second to none undertaken by any State in the Union, it now in progress and promises a. successful -
\ violence to things as they are here than have in the past Thi ('oirumi conclusion. Laws have been
jf i In the last issue of( "DIxie" Mr. Jones alludes to the bad tariff records I 're'ml is not /lesponsible for these enacted} preserving with a remarkable degree of efficiency the health of the

I made by Representative Frank Clark and in the same paragraph says that conditions, State. The Railroad Commission law that affords power to regulate intra-ttate commerce hat been enacted. A
"Only one man has come to this I system of public schools has been which
inaugurated by child the State of whatever
in color
every nationality or
Senator Fletcher's record on the tariff I is all right office du I'Inthe past year to talk ,
If Mr. Fletcher's record is right then Mr. Clark's record is right They I I over things for the town's inteiest I hat placed within his reach the appliances of a liberal education, without cost. But why multiply instances of effic-
attribute this however, to my unattractiveness I iency on the part of the Democratic lit record in the State
party. it book which
to invite close
an
.crutUJ
f ffk both committed the same acts of( disloyalty lo the Democratic party and and it has caused me to open we a ).

good when they voted for a tariff on lumber. I think that I should move on. Under its direction the State has made many strides in prosperity and development and is still making them. Upon
common
"Gentlemen, as I said before the I j its record we confidently appeal for your support with a view of perfecting and the
systematizing already -
The Denver platform declared specifically (for free lumber. Both Mr. Commercial is all that the patronage' government

t Clark and Mr. Fletcher voted against free lumber. Free lumber was the keynote will permit. If you want a better undertaken by the Democratic party of Florida.

of the' Democratic declaration for lower tariffs Lumber and paper pulp paper together you and can pay have the it price if you will pull Apparently we are on the verge of a land-slide nationally towards the Democratic party. Everything pouts 1

r were the things that the Democratic platform went so far as to single out from "It has been my life-time desire to to a successful issue of the campaign in favor of Wilson and Marshall. Not only are the principles of the party those
and
in
all the other dutiable products and say that there should be no duty on these own Leesburg, operate but circumstances a newspaper have which point towards the advancement of the human race and the betterment of the social and industrial cou&t oa.,

f' articles, for the whole: American people were interested in them and affected willed otherwise, and as soon after but the nominees-namely, Messrs. Wilson and Marshall-have shown their capability for leadership by their actionsas <,
November 1 I
as satisfy
by any duty that was placed upon them. When Senator Fletcher voted (for creditors I go to another can position.my Governors of the States of New Jersey and Indiana. We therefore confidently invite yon to share in the triumph

q I a duty on iron he voted against the principle of a tariff for revenue only ? "Bartley Corley." of November 5th by exercising: your ballot for the Democratic nominees, National, State, Congressional and County.

but he did not violate a specific platform( declaration as he did when .,he voted Powell at--4--Gainesville May we aol receive your enthusiastic support to this proposition?

for a tariff on lumber.It Avery G. Powell, who was connected C. A. CARSON,

is remarkable how easily the people are fooled. Mr. Jones herald with the Osceola Journal for some J. W LILLY
,
time, has to Gainesville. Mr.
Senator Fltcher at a Progressive, when every vote of his which acts as a Powell had gone a host of friends here J. H. SMITH, .

' semaphore of thought and purpose indicates him to be thoroughly in linewith who will be glad to see him succeed in R. C. PARTIN, .
his new employment.. He is to be associated G. :
W.ASHTON :
r of the ,
the other wing party with J. D. Kuykendall, for. 'i"/ ',

I Because we like Senator Fletcher personally we regret the more that this merly of the Valley Gazette, in the ,.: : 'I I Democraic Campaign Committee, of,Osceola, County. ", ;':(i
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Approved by ,
t publication of the Gainesville,Evening .,>,,,'I*;:>! : . ?. > , Yl\ < ,i,, > k s y'$f .J
tariff record could .' 'h. \ ;
is true, but.it doesn't blind us to the facts of record. Hit Herald. The Gainesville Sun gives '. ROMA THOMAS; Chairman, / .;. I ,.!

l' : be no worse than Clark't, but it is'just as bad. Mr. Powell the following: pleasant S. J. TRIPLETT, Secretary, .-

'r n notice: Osceola County Democratic Executive
0 Committee.
e "Among those registered at the

PLENTY OF REGULATION BUT NO RELIEF. Magnolia is Avery G. Powell, until -- -- _:=._-= _':""::- -==--=,: .-- --- .,
recently city editor of The Osce-
ola quite Journal, Kissimmee, and he has unusual paper. Let us, for modesty'ssake I 0 + + + + + .0A + +< < + + + + + urious ease when he has accomplished
The sentinel on the tower with his hand-shaded eyes, supposing that tom come to Gainesville to be similarly say that it requires no brains I + this.-Tallahassee True Democrat.
to make a paper; perhaps it will be I I WHAT SOME FLORIDA *
be the ideal picture of the sentinel on the tower, constrained to mutter un- employed publication on which the Evening will be inauguratedby Herald, the conceded without dissent that it does 00 FARMERS ARE DO1M(; About Irish Potatoes.

der his breath after the words of Chimmy Fadden, "What t'ell's the matter?" J. I D. Kuykendall at an early date. require a good deal of energy to makea 4. A letter from Prof W. E. Bell, who
should hasten add it of nothing until write "Doc. as Mr. Powell is known to his good paper. Upon this ground with- + 'Little Stories of Activity in is in
Which remark, we to apropos we out considering any other Editor Her- Practical Production. now Hastings, Fla., reads in
} hosts of friends, was' a resident of like this
part : "People here
further, which i. to say: when bert Felkel and his associates deserveall are mak-
Gainesville some years! since, he barrels of
the that Pensacola and the >Oo-> -> -> -> ing money raising Irish
oOo -> >
support Oo
Why it it thai with the. Railroad Commission and the Interstate Comm was employed by The Sun, and his acquaintances contiguous can the potatoes, and the land at Laurel Hill
territory give
here will be glad to wel-
:' r merce Commission and the freight bureaus and the Chambers of Commerce him again. Together with the News. Since the News announced its .Farmers. will people produce more than this land. Your
come ought to
experiment and
Journal has give
i L and Boards of Trade at work all the time on freight rates that the people city editor of the Sun, he was engagedfor Sunday print paper seven the times a week also.begunto If 'Sing a bong of farmers, it a trial." We are satisfied that Mr.
the exorbitant and that they have a number of years in the publication the Up at early morn. Bell is correct when he that the
don't get any relief f from outrageous rates of The Florida Advocate at the News had not been first to says
tt it that WitIfourantwenty chores to do, land at Laurel l'lIiII will produce more
exhibit this likely
; ) to pay on everything from bedslats to bonbon mere.? Starke. Mr. Powell is a gifted writer, Pensacola would enterprise have been is without a Before the breakfast horn. Irish potatoes than the land at Hast

," ',. We have now and then an announcement from Tallahassee that the rates and is municipal perfectly court at procedure home anywherefrom to the seven day paper indefinitely When the breakfast's overThere's ings will. In'l' fact there ore several
little others
to be done who are well acquainted 'with
\ ': have been reduced on something, nobody ever really knows what it i.. since the culmination of marriage license docu- Except to plow the fodder the soil conditions at both place who

orders of the Commission are never intelligible to the average reader, and we ments." Graham binson. And let the harrow run, say the same thing but the fact that j
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i i- And mow the sheep, and prune the the project was only slightly experi-
t.. look for a change, but it a change comet it it in the way of discovering that the A Fine Editorial Page. The friend / f Attorney Charles beets mented with here in the Spring of

I :' rates have been increased The Starke Telegraph has recently Robinson in K ssimmee will read with And curry up the swine. 1910, which was one of the most backward .
installed a linotype machine, and the pleasure of his marriage. The follow- I And shear the hens, and dig the hay, and dryest Springs ever known
> ri; The Valley Gazette cited an instance recently. One of Osceola county'smost latest issue of that paper shows up ing item from the Reporter-Star is I And wash and dress the land in West Florida, the project failed.

( J(: successful growers sent a prize lot of eggplant to New York. He received in fresh new dress. The editorial the preface to a lengthy notice of the And shoe the gentle kine That is, it failed to the extent that
r page of the Telegraph is now the fin- happy event which was consummated I And saw the wheat and rake the rye, there was no money made by those
"' !, a fair price, but two-thirds of it was eaten up in express charget. The est in Florida. It is of such attractiveness at Lebanon, Tenn: And things like that which city folks trying It. However, it was shown conclusively ,

,' s' t rate which was exacted of him had been raised from 87 cents a crate last in make-up that it will be the Society in Tennessee and Florida )I I Can never understand.Lif.. that the potatoes could be
model for others to A>>lIow. Editor has been much interested in the ap- grown here more profitably than they
1, ii year to $1.34 a crate this year-in spite of alleged reductiont. Matthews is to be congratulated and proaching marriage of two of its most Wonderful I are grown at Hastings. And the fact

.. It u evident that there it something wrong some where. It would be the people of Bradford county shouldbe popular members, Mr. Charles Bonner Kudzu. that there* are no farmers here who
' ,.i' premature to fly to the conclusion that the Railroad Commission is inefficient proud of their splendid newspaper. Robinson, a prominent attorney of Or- The editor of The True Democrat are willing jorieh-the chances, ia the
had
the
lando and Miss Alice Graham pleasure a few days of
Catisby since only th ngAat
-4Palatka's -
'. the surface it looks It is bureau of immeasurable importance .. keeps this section,
yet upon so. a one of Lebanon's most admired seeing the two-acre patch of Kudzu, from bec ?ning famous for the
more
n'I if the work which it is authorized to do it done intelligently and effectively. Progress Evident. belles. The consummation of their engagement belonging to E. B. Eppes, on Magnolia growing*f Irish! potatoes than Hast- "

< Since Palatka reorganized its Board took place in Lebanon, Heights, and witnessed one of the ings.-Laurel Hill News.A .
k S, ',. .d ., I of Trade it has been moving forwardat Tenn., on Wednesday, the 23rd of October cuttings. This is a new forage plant
>} ::t. A GENERAL GOOD ROADS SYSTEM. a pleasing rate. A fire truck was at the Presbyterian church, of imported from Japan a few years
.. purchased a short time ago and the which Mrs. M. C. Graham, the motherof since,' and the more familiar one becomes Forage Crop.J. .
. bond town secured the next meeting of the the bride, is a member. with it the more does it justi- J.
The Tampa Tribune, standing sponsor for the Stringer proposition to McCaskill sent to our office
i Association and be-
Inland
Waterways claims
fy the of its
i 1 the State for fifty millions for good roadt. wants to know when the Gazette The church was most beautifully introducer-that last week a sample stalk of the beanor
l' sides these things and more importantthan decorated for the dccasion, the white it i i. the most valuable of all our whatever
thinks the will be for the proposition, if not now. The all the Palatka News has it u, of which he secured
I t Jr people ready Stringer pur- and green color scheme of the wed- agricultural importations. Its valueas the seed in the canal last Spring

The Gazette it opposed to the plan first on principle, next for the reason makes a vastly changed appearance The new Florida home awaiting the a. numerous analysis show. time ago, that was eight feet high.
machine has been at work
the ,
., since fair bride seemed extending a loving Its product is enormous, the minimum Stock
there other objections the idea does not to of all kinds fond of it
that if
to it appear are
r fai\ were no and Russell & Vickers are now equip- greeting to its new daughter, for every being five tons of cured hay and the and with very
1 't be.well considered or matured nor the best that might be devised for building ped to give the town the kind of paper where was displayed palmetto, palms maximum ten tons, per acre. It can sprouting its rank growth, and, habitof

:" a system of good roads through the State. that they have been wanting to put and soft moss that itt ao graceful be cut every thirty days from May would seem to up be when a valuable cut down acquisition it-

zt The principle upon which the Gazette bases its objection to, the proposition up. for prepared some time.to do Russell it, too. &There Vickersare is and .beaptiful in its drapings, these to November. It is easily harvested to the forage crops of Florida.
t ,;. ns a whole is he concentration of the expenditure of such a vast sum of no better writer in Florida than Russell had been sent from Orlando by the and easily cured. The plant spreads We have sent some samples to the
and those rapidly from root
z .i. ..:.'.. money in the hands of a few men. as the case would necessarily be with a and no bettor mechanical directorthan groom Florida's, showed flora, the to charm strangeto of the- once set needs no growth replenishing., and when It state-experiment can be identified station to see if it

-; bond issue; moreover, for the same reason and'concomitantly, .the selection Vickers; more and better than distant state the bride waa so soon to readily overcomes every other species -De Funiak Breeze.by the experts there.

,. r" .w..j.'s .of routes and other details would entrain an endless series of evils by the sameaeaottalization. that they are ..all round gentlemen call "home." of.Vegetation, and is a wonderful soil '
: and fine fellows.The
If there iD.tucc'where dissatisfaction and .. reclaimer and enricher. It grows
was ever an NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
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"' 1, "<, :,,' charge of graft and. favoritism and (Politics>> did not enter into the working Penaaeola Evening Ne...... E. P. Dann returned to the city beautifully on the, poorest and horses of ,soils.cattle It packs and Notice is hereby that1the

j i <: .: :.., oat of any public improvement of the character we confess that it is quite The Pensacola Evening News has last night from a business trip to I pouftry desert everyother form: of ,annual meeting of the tv stockholders D of
i\ :. d" unknown to ,us. Witness, the road building case in New York, and recall begun the publication of a Sunday Jacksonville. As ,a' result pf the foodito. eat it. Mr. Eppes set out the Kissimmee Ice and Cold Storage

,:;' .: other pubfe work'of nmilai' character. edition. It is the first attempt ever street car strike, he found .that the these two acres two years ago as an company will be held in the president's
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t It ,, made in Florida by an afternoon paper city in a decided state of unrest. (* estimate office of the State .
,. A system .PI hard roads'can be built in Florida without uuiDa.'fty roan experiment.that -intends Bank of Kissimmee. \ ,
hl 4, te I to print seven days of each week. witlTlheStat r troops In charle&lIdno he to get his on Tuesday November
:, ;,:" :JioD'doIJ.rs worth .of bondtand; we confidently: expect to see the next session The Sunday News is a creditable pa- street can running. Public sentiment two hundred mere farm,' just west of Wl 5tltat'gp ': 'o.Jr',

'rV-. of,the Legislature. .;'develop. .;a1'i measure, that will be more .practical. ,- than," the. pet and if it is kept up to the standard he thinks, is largely on the side the city, set to it as'rapidly, as possi R. T. BUTLER,. Presidents(y.; 'Iff:!$' ""'"
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1,112. f 'THE' KISS1HMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE.: 'Y. ?1;
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M j ;J; Tne Klsslmmee'Valley'Gazette 1..Rub.x-"J't. Ilt"-" "' F'brf1.18t; : -of Roy Science"D,'Geiger at Columbia;'' ' holds College the. chair came" HON. W.. L 'PALMER Municipal' Docks. -'What'' :They 'Are" 't'

'houaea :
List for rent with Mrs. 1
your
TELEPHONE NO. and
: ,to from Lake City Saturday spent '
:... Summers. \,. 45 tf Sunday in Kisslmmee.1. Mr. ,Geiger PASSED PROM LIFE and What '''TheyCost the ,l
People
PUBLISHED, EVERY FRIDAY. 'Big Removal 'Kissimmee lays, that Columbia is enjoying the ( '

_-y-- Furniture Co.;; ...,Saf.! 44tf. best t year of its history. .H _was look > ,., ... rAn ... . .. -
'av. a. MA...miWeather .. ing his best and his friends 'gave him
Seed 'casava, (4.00 per thousand. a cordial greeting.: DISTINGUISHED ATTORNEY WAS article on the above subject ap* sinking fund, depreciation '''fund aad
Order peared in -the Pensacola Journal miscellaneous expenses, will be about
St.
r .. .. F1L e' rly.A." ; Grimm. 45-Stp Cloud Hon..Arthur E. Dqnegan, who will ,FOUND. DEAD IN BED A'S': few days ago. It wan written by $180pe* day, or '4>600 per month or
' represent the 19th district in the State I, HOME IN. ORLANDO. Leland J., Henderson, secretary of the 954,000 per year It will, therefore i
; Report .A want:ad. in the'Vaney Gazette Senate the coming four years as wellas Pensacola Commercial Association. be seen that docka and,switches wllEmeet

has never yet failed,> to produce results. he !Is one of Kil lmmee'a foremost :fHon. Klssimmee'' is interested in .the. city all obligations if enough ship
citizens assisted In the formation of dock question', and the article will dock to. aggregate five thousand tons .1

Following are the"daily.tern- a Knights of Pythias lodge' at Win*. W. L. Palmer, one the'most prove pertinent for local consumption, instead of thirty thousand tons. (
and precipitation u Dozier 'Leitner -spent -Saturday in Haven,'on Tuesday night. distinguished attorney before the though Kissimmee'a problem la not You can cut down the possible capacity ti,
| perstures Jacksonville attending to business Florida bar, and well known to many of the same, character in-particulars of the docks six times and still: ,
> reported by the Government matters.: The Dixie Theater will sh6w, in! addition of our people,, baring participated in a. the one which faces Pensacola. earn.enough.to meet-aU 'obligations.'Y?,
., j' station nt Kisaimmee for the to Its regular three reel pro many important case before our local Mr. Henderson says; The highest and lowest given t
J. C., Palmer, of Wlndermere was today and tomorrow, a sp clal2reel bar notably among which. was the averages r
Oct. 31 1912. It i la A
:. week ending transacting business in Kissimmee film entitled, "On the Warpath." Shaker euthanasia not clear to every one what is are extremes. conservative estimate
case was found s's'having
meant by municipal docks. If the should most likely'be based en"
last This the first of this
Saturday pic- dead in
appearance bed at his home in Orlando '.
MAX MM. BAIN ordinance introduced in ships of tonnage
the
city coun- an aggregate
ture in the South and it is aaid to be
Friday . . . 82 64 Mrs. S. E. Dann arrived in the city intensely interesting. Only the usual early (Wednesday{ from heart morningdeath failure. resulting cil last night is passed and bonds of ten thousand tons at the two-, -

..' Saturday . . 78 62 . ? yesterday afternoon from Uvaldo, admission price will .be charged. I The Orlando Reporter-Star contained voted, the docks and switch connections wharves at one time! ./" .
Ga. and will the winter with I between the proposed docks, existing Whatever these docks and switch. !
spend .
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: . . . 82 63 ,. the following brief sketch of Col.Palmer' '
Sunday docks railroads ing facilities and above .j
and industries earn '
I" her sons, C. W. and E. P. and J. J. Capt. A. F. Bell purchased'the 1 fixtures over
r,': '. Monday. . . . 84 60 17 Dann. and good will of the Sanchez I life: will be constructed owned and oper-' their obligations goes 'Into the city y'

..',' "Tuesday. . . 83 63 restaurant in the Beaman building : nine"Willis Lucullus Palmer was fifty-In ated by the city of Pensacola in the treasury and reduces taxes to the extent -,
Wednesday 84 71 New flooring has been laid in the last Saturday and took 'charge on years of age and was born same manner as the city water works of the surplus from docks and '-1
I;' .1 grocery store of C. F. Dibble & Son, Monday. He is having the place thor Troup CountyGeorgia, near West When the docks and switch connec- switching service turned, I In.
. . Point. lie
84 76 attended both Bowden
.Thursday
which has added tions the
greatly to are completed
appear. oughly overhauled and renovated, and Mayor with --
b. 'UU H U..H.H+Ho+ ances of that dependable mercantile with the assistance of Mrs. Bell, will and resident Emory of Orlando Colleges, and had law been a the approval of the City Council will Rev. Chisholin. Retained. j
(, as a practitioner -
house.
employ who has
conduct an up-to-date eating place. a manager had experience
':; I for nearly thirty years. His in the operation of Last Sabbath morning'after theservices r
J ----------- Owen Rice and family, of Owens- We desire to call attention to the ficst law partner was Major Marks who will have charge of the docka'i at the Christian church the .
boro, Ky.. are visiting at the home of advertisement in this issue of the who achieved local fame as the mayor and switch connections the members convened in a business see-' j
: A. S. Ne on. Mr. Rice is much White Clover Flour, distributed by of the city. I the superintendent of streets or superintendent sion and extended a unanimous call .
THE LOCAL FIELD. pleased with Kissimmee and will likely the Peninsular Naval Stores Co., of "Mr. Palmer was two years mayorof of water works. to their pastor Rev. A' M. Chisholm ';
invest here. Tampa% and handled by the local deal- Orlando, from 1892 to 1894. He I Many people are laboring under the to serve them another year. They* i

1 $ i i'i ers in this city. This product is fully also served in the Legislature. His idea that if they vote for bonds they decided to form themselves Into m. "
Mrs, W. L. Cartwright, who has guaranteed by the distributor and marriage occurred March 4th, 1891, will have more taxes to Thisis committee of the whole and go unannounced +
\ NM.- ANM KN'N K KN', been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. local dealer. -15-11 'Mrs. Palmer formerly being Miss' a mistaken idea. The pay docks andIIwltch to his home Monday evening' .-

f Walter Nelson, for the past seven Mattie McAllister, of Danville, Ky. connections should earn more and notify him of the wishes of (his t +
.. weeks left Wednesday for her homeat Peter C. Van Zylen and George M, "He is survived by a widow, and than enough money to operating church. A pound, party followed' ;
pay
Rub-My-Tism will cure you. 21-18t Wichita, Kan. Reeves and son have arrived in the son, Allison, and two brother'S-and expenses, interest on bonds, and pro- which was greatly enjoyed.
city from Deadwood, S. Dak., and xvi'l I two sisters. Of these Dr. Jesse Pal-
II. Brokaw with Brothers DePass reached the vide for the sinking fund -to pay off
W. Grilling Mrs. J. P. city Kissimmee
make : their permanent mer lives in Opelika, Ga., Mrs. Ella the bonds when due.
ers, the tree people. 40tf. Monday from Tampa for a .week's home. Mr. Reeves brought his household M. Green, Mrs. C. C. Cleveland, and The main for

White Sewipg Machines. Kissim44tf- visit Ferrill.with Mrs.her daughter DePass will, Mrs.go W.from M. goods and horse, and ;is now Mr."Bowden Palmer, live at Cordele, is to supply the reason people who issuing buy these i

nice Furniture "o. here to her home at Key West. seeking a suitable residence with a Ga. bonds security for the money. Noneof
view of The remainderof PASTIME THEATER'Thursday
purchasing. .-- 'the banks in Pensacola will loan I
S. R. Fields, of Loughman, was inn .F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee, went to the family-wiH-arrrve shortlyThe I money unless they have security. In

the city last Saturday. Jacksonville last week and witnessed Talent Tea will be at the homeof flFTY-EIGHT POUNDS leases j of this kind, there l is no other i iI
.i the football game between the Florida Mrs. E. L. Lesley on Friday, No- way to supply satisfactory security November 7 ; ;
\ For" really big dividends, insert a State University boys and the Georgia vember 8. AN! the members of the to investors than to have the city of I ,
want ad in the Valley Gazette.G. Tech School, of Atlanta. Missionary Society are urged to be Of CHANNEL CATFISH I Pensacola secure these bonds.

W. of Center, was there and all others who may desire Aggregate of 30,000 Tons.
Spahr, Orange Cashier N. B. Carson of the State --.-
in the city day two this wecfl to go' will receive! a hearty welcome. The docks proposed to be constructed PLAY OF THE HOUR
a or Bank, was called to Reynolds, Ga., on These Talent Teas are always enjoyed, can, accommodate at one time, ships I I >E. >.'-I
Monday, by a telegram announcing
II. (Hull the Narcoossee mill be with an aggregate tonnage of thirty
II.
aw the death of his sister-in-law, Mrs. BO please present. CAUGHT THIS MORNING AT

man Monday., was transacting business here Joseph Carson, of that place. Thomas F. Baynes has taken the SHINGLE CREEK BY THREE thousand carload is tons.about ten An tons average per car.modern It 1 THE ROSARY

Q. p. HollingiKvorth\ who is winter position of night clerk at the Gray- K1SSJMMKE SPORTSMEN.Such would therefore, require three thou-
3;-- H: O'Bi'rry, the BdKfwatei ing at St. (,luuJ. npi-nt. Tuesday in stone. Mr. Baynes has been in Kis- sand carloads to load these ships. Ifthey I
trucker visitor to the city Sat simmee lor s6nie llliii', unlit fting be
was a this city. Mr.Jlollmgsworth is ac pi come in loaded to unloaded. --
urday. (companied his wife and recently arrived and investing but not night clerkingto a sight as would make the it would require three thousand cars j 'THtTCREAT NEW YORK' CHITCAGO 2

from the State of Washington( any extent. He fits in the new heart of Izaak Walton himself flut- to handle the incoming freight or six AND BOSTON SUCCESS
A. Drought\ of St Cloud, spent I position with grace as if he had been ter was on display this morning at thousand cars all told. The switch
Monday here attending: to businessroatter1 trained to it for many years, and will the Valley Gazette office--thirteen ing charges alone would be twelve I

. .. add to the strength of the Graystonestaff. channel catfish weighing fifty-eight thousand dollars, at an average rate
1h 4 > .5. ff ff h 14 ,- ) : + --f. : :
4 pounds, two of which would easily tip of two dollars per car. The dockage Like die SoBf and the Poem, it
)Don't forget the ladies', tailoredtomeasure the scales at fifteen pounds. These charge would amount to from
: one will 'forever .
suits, skirts, and coats at .F.H. Geo. M. Taylor, the hustling, up-to- fish were caught out of Shingle hundred\ one hundred and fifty dollars live ,, .
Lawson's. 46-lt WANTED: i* date groceryman, who has been con-
Creek by Messrs. R. L. Sumner, F. A. per day. The average time these
4 ducting a business on Brack street, H. Strouck local could be and ;
unload
,f Sanders and C. ships expected to
W. K. of Orlando, was taking + +44fi4444
Spear 4444fifi444fi
has purchased the blusmess of J. A. sportsmen. load would be about ten days. At this Company, Production, Electrical Effect .
orders for trees and shrubbery on our 4 *
Lancaster of and
corner Broadway
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These gentlemen state that the rate, the from switching and
streets last Saturday.Mrs. <- with earnings Stare Settings. and Costumes
To correspond owners Main, and opened up a splendid line really big fish escaped, as they hookedone wharfage would be more than one *, ,

or agents who own or have for of groceries there Wednesday morn ,
G. D. Boone has returned to that felt as though it would thousand dollars per day, or $360,000 '
< sale from ten to twenty-five ing. Mr. Taylor will be glad to see COMPARISONDann's
month with weigh at least a hundred, but that year. BEYOND
the city after a spent relatives per 1lx
< acres of land inside or adjoin- his hundreds of customers at his new
they will him unless some one The covering '
get average expense operating
in Tampa. l I
ing city limits. In answering store, and guarantees them the best interest bonds J
beats them to the job. expenses, on ,
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Mrs. W. E. Cook, who arrived in St. < please mail map and full infor4 of goods for little money. I
Postoffice box I _.
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Cloud last week spent -
Florida. The friends of Miss Berta Bryan I
4153, Arcadia, rrr
,Tuesday here shopping. + 45-It > will be pleased to know that she was ..- rn .. '
of Narcoossee's 444.444444 444444444Jas. requested to and sang a solo at the -: ...
Spencer Tison, one
prominent young .men, is visiting re- First Baptist church in Chattanooga! I
'with Dann'sDEPARTMENT Dqnn'sDEPARTMENT
latives here this week.S. Sunday. Miss Bryan is gifted a .
A. O'Berry and wife arrivedin rich voice which is of especial pride \

B. Aultman is spending the day the city Monday from Whittier.Mr. and delight to her admirers. She is t
in Orlando in the interest of his extensive O'Berry returned Tuesday to his continuing her studies in Chattanooga, STORE STORE DEPARTMENT STORE

garage in this city. truck farm near that place, but Mrs. under a well known vocal culturist .
with and will probably be most of -
O'Berry will visit here relativesand away - .
Mr. G. W. Hardaway representing r ,' '
the winter.
fnends for a short time. ,' : .
' the American Bible Society, is 'spend 'I "*%' ,
ing a few days in the city,' Look at all the shoes in town then Mr;; and Mrs. R. G. Johnston have r',: ,' #"
here and buy the prettiest returned from their honeymoon trip -
" W.. Beach Hutchinson, of Kansas, come white pique, 16-button tan, velvet which covered a number of points, including ' w ;;,'r"'" ,''. .iI' t.
who had been in Kissimmee. prospecting and patent, etc. Men's shoes in up- ; the home of Mr.. Johnston's i !'Ji w '
left for his home Monday.W. to-date styles also. F. H. Lawson. parents in Nebraska.-- They are being :
welcomed by their friends and will Gents'Furnish DRY'GOODS
46-lt. SHOESECTION
H.. Brokaw an dfamily of Apop" be at home at Mr. Arthur Donegan's
ka, were guests of Cot and Mrs. H. The members of the W. C. T. U. are bungalow. They will build soon, but
D. Geiger a few days this week. requested to meet at the Chapter until the new home is completed they

Prof. Roy'Geiger, of Columbia college House Saturday afternon, NOV. 2, at will remain, as stated, at the home of -
Saturday and Sunday here 3:30: o'clock, as business of importance Mrs. Johnston's brother. ->-
spent
.. will be discussed. Mrs. S. B.
CoIi.\ D. Geiger.
with his brother,
Aultman President. W. J. Sears, our county superintendent

Capt. J. F. Ferries, o'ne' of St.Cloud's of public instruction, attended the THIS DEPARTMENT WE ARE ingsTHIS .
citizens, wasa Late reports from the bedside of Installation at Winter Haven Tuesday
business most visitor prominent to thiq' city Tues- Mrs. S. J. Addis, who suffered a par- night of a lodge of K rights\) of Pyth- TRYING TO MAKE THE MOST WE HAVE MOST ANY KIND
tial stroke of paralysis a week ago, ias, of which order he is the vice
SHOE. STOREIN
day.W. are that the aged lady is resting grand chancellor. Mr. Sears is the ATTRACTIVE OF YARD GOODS THAT CAN

B. Crawford returned Monday easily, and hopes are entertained for Democratic nominee to succeed himself THE CITY. WE CARRY IN SECTION IS FAST BECOMING .
from a two days' visit to the. East her recovery. as head of our public schools, BE HAD IN ANY OF THE LAR-
Coast, where he attended to legal mat- and will have such a majority of votesat STOCK THE BEST LINES OF THE MOST POPU- CnlES. *.
tors. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Geiger, spent the general election next Tuesdaythat GER
the Week end at Apopka. Mrs. Geiger his opponent will wonder what- SHOES THAT IS POSSIBLETO LAR PLACE OF ITS KIND. IT

A. W. Winn went down to his stayed over and is spending a week ever induced him to run for the office. SUCH AS CONSISTS OF SOME OF THE
orange grove this week to superintendthe with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. PRODUCE. :

gathering and shfppifng of his Chas. Hopkins, of Greenfield, N. H., To correct a rather common mis- BEST LINES SHIRTS. TIES. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE -
fruit. ", ntering at that city. understanding ai regards the scope of Edwin
the Osceola County Court, it should ETC.
ASSORTMENT OF LADIES'
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: J Fred Worth of Tampa has been Mrs. J. F. Cook, who has been visit- be stated that it is not a court of

"1' in the city this week purcbasingcat.t ing the family of A. S. Nelson for appeal. Cases from the Mayor's court Clappand e>

tle for his large butchering' establishment. the past two weeks, left yesterda and also from the County Court, go
for her home in Missouri. Mrs. Cook, to the Circuit Court on appeal. In WE CARRY THE MOST '

was delighted with Kissimmee, and this connection it may be remarkedthat TrimmedHats
.t R. O. Meek formerly of Kissimmee, POPULAR STYLES AND COLORS -
but now one of the publishers of the invested in some property while here. the'present Democratic nomineefor
County Judge, Major Murphy, in WalkoversPer IN
Fort Meade Leader, was in the city ,
i last Misses Teresa and Nell Kinzie, of all his four years of decisions in the .
;t Saturday. Council Bluffs, la., have been the Mayor's Court, and as County Judge,
Miss Missouri Woodall, after a week very attractive guests of the Misses never had a single decision reversed Men.Dorothy Stetson Hats t

pleasantly l spent with the family of Canning for the past few weeks. They by the higher court, on appeal. This
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t. James Tison at Narcoossee, returned left for home this week. While here shows him possessed of a keen instinct nndLadies' ;

tothe, city Monday. I they were the honorees'at many social for the warm trial of a sound .
attentions. judgment. Also lave tile INTERWOVEN \

t I. N. Giffin, a prominent St. Cloud DoddFor HOSE and
contractor, spent Monday night in Capt. J. M. Gardner returned Sun- Death of Mrs. Hancock. I
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this city returning to the Wonder day from attending the Confederate Mrs. D. P. Hancock, wife of one of Ladiet. i ,iu
"1 City Sunday morning. i reunion at Lake City. The Captain Bostwick's most representative citi- Schwab Coats
\' states that better treatment was never sens, died at the home of Mr. R. J. And
Mrs. N. B. Carson returned home accorded any men than was given the Hancock, in this city Monday after-
Monday evening from an extended "Old Gray Boys" by the good peopleof noon, after an extended illness. She STAR BRAND SHOES are bet ClothingWe
visit with relatives in Savannah land Lake City. came to Palatka a week previous in and
'. other Georgia points. ord i to secure more available medi ter for children.
t Rev. B. D. Sweat, editor of the cal aid, but she rapidly sank until
6 or 0 does of 666 will break any Florida Christian Advocate, will death came to her relief, as above will take TOOT saeaanrc and.

case of Chills A Fever; and it taken preach at the Methodist church Sun- stated. have Sait made for Suits "- 4 't
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then as a tonic the Fever will not re day morning andjevcning. Mr.Sweat The remains were stint' Bostwick yon.
.: turn. Price 25 cents. i, tf is an able writer and a talented speaker and interred"Tn the family section in WE HAVE EXPERT SALES-

J Mrs. P. F. McCook, who has been two and fine his discourses.I. audiences. are assured of !the the cemetery funeral being there attended Tuesday by afternoon a large; MEN WHO WILL FT| YOUR L
the of Mrs. R. G. Canova for
guest
1, the past week, returned Wednesday concourse of sorrowing friends. and FEET CORRECTLY. Come and NO TROUBLE TO SHOW Visit ear Second Floor and
R. Homer, who reached the city : relatives. ry
: tQ her home in Gainesville. last week from Chattanooga, Tenn. I Mrs. Hancock was born in the Bost- visit oar Shoe Section. GOODS. see what we have.Dann's.

:1: Doe. Farriss, of St. Cloud, whom has purchased a five-acre tract of landis I wick section forty-six: years ago and 1
everyone in these parts knows andjf Liberty Park which he has already was a daughter of the late Isaiah Williams N b
begun I one of Putnam's pioneer let-
the preparatory
admires was distinguished
among
Spring tiers. She-*.. consistent member
visitors to our city Tuesday.Mrs. .. to planting a garden. The a
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.aleWOT--madethroughthe( I of the. Bapist-church.and was held -..

jf L. H. Hall left last week for H. M. Breaker &: Co. II I in loving esteem by everyone who 1- I' -- ,
Washington, D. C., to visit her son, knew her. She is survived by her bus' -
W. H. Hall, who has ill for several The Laymen's meeting to be heW' I,'band and eight children. In their irreparable t
weeks at his here. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock..t't f loss! the grief-stricken relatives -
I Methodist church will be led by firo. I have the-sincere sympathy of the Dann's.DIP Dann'sDEPARTMENT
Klslmmee Auto and Machine F. W. Pitman, whose subject Will'lie entire mmunlt-Palatka Times- .
. Company will do anything-in "Time," 2 Cor. 6-2._ Good music will I Herald. t _
.Jathe; or machine work, for'yonfor be'furnished and a general invitationis I Mrs. Hancock Was a sisterinlawof - STORE' STORE' ; t ; I i

t" ,,.,automobiles. boats.,.and nil other ma- extended to all Men and boys to at- Mrs R. ThomaVUf this city, Who DEPARTMENT;STORED ,
ut[ .W. President. 11' 1'e
ery tend. Geo Parker the funerfii. -
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'HONIQiiiEMORY'OF ing every' school and. farm' in .the such special tax'school district, when.
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. TO : South; institution will be a ever a majority the qualified voters g . ., "I
laboratory cjearfng-hc-tise1:) ', and an thereof, who are free holders; shall ; : -- ... .. '.\
assembling place for agricultural Vote-fn favor'. -the: -itI8uanceofsucl7obondl'l The Application-Demand1or.Florida,Lan .,Cannot Be' ,
DR. A S. KNAPP educational' workers. Eventually it ',* "
will have demonstration schools in Whenever any such special tax '. ; Appreciated By You Until You Have Visited Our Beautiful
each State and county .teaching' its school district has voted'in favorofthe ,

losona.-'It will be a''working, living issuance of' 'such bonds, a tax not H ,. . ? ...---.rlTf.. .__f|___ ? .. .. . V.>r.--.+.- .-.-. -- - --.u--,. --..-.-.--.--.-.-.H.r*r-.j -i ia. .- -- '- T-ft,iHf't' "L City't.
1'' SUPT: 'HOL .OWAtTAKES HAND memorial, .but in a conspicuous place to exceed five mills on the dollar, in '; ', ' ".-' :
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l ,F will also appear a life-sized: statue of anyone year, on the taxable property : ;
Dr. Knapp within the district voting for the issue. I ... .;
. What vast possibilities loom up,' of bonds'shall be levied in accordancewith .
.. CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS if the people of the whole South will law providing for the levying :
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1'w' :.. :FROM SCHOOL BOYS AND annually contemplate agricultural taxes, to become a fund for the pay- -- ;, ;
'.''. matters for one hour! The State and ment of the interest. and redemption of THE i
\ ',a" GIRLS FORCAUSE UK county superintendents of educationare such,bonds. -- : MeKAY : '

;( CONSIDERS WORTHY. taking the lead in this movement. Political Says I u, ... : -; .... . ,. :
It will be a worthy tribute to a Personal, : Porter. ,
\t"'( worthy man. The name of each con- Editor Valley Gazette: Anent the ,'
1.;' To arouse the interest of the school tributor will be kept as a grateful re- artiste published laM week in the '
.! cbid. Valley Gazette <<:concerning my effortto :
; teachers i
: .'i and children in the establish-
:,\, rnent of a memorial to Dr. S. A. Suggested Program For withdraw from nomination of REALTY CO.
; Knalillltri'l Treasurer there
County was an errorin I
"" cultural Day.
j' ) Knapp, founder of the agricultuialdemonstration
I work inl'the "1. State song, or America, by aftcrihinV to me a wrong motive I I ; ;

? ',i,3; the boys and girls clubs. IK. the school I for my action, as my reasons were
and had
purely personal
no political
of object I :l. How the Bible teaches agriculture J
communication which has
a bv an invited minister. significance whatever Though I ama Wholesalers and Retailers ofTimber j
'j aent the Gazette by W. M.
Republican and probably will remain _.
State Superintendent of Public In- :II I. What !great poets have sungabout ---,
struction. Mr. Ilolloway addresses, the farm, selections by class one so long as I am in full accord -, .
with the principles and achievements
: To the the school School children Children as follows: I of 4.pupils Howl Ir) Knapp prepared himself of that party, I also expect to- and "
: 1 vote for and .support the County ticket <(.
J T During the time .I have been StateO' for great service, by ahoy.
and thereby become a martyr and suffer -
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 6. What Dr Knapp taught, quotations I
c the dire promised in an
| by class of pupils. vengeance
have been made of
numerous requests 1 How WorkI editorial recently published, all those _.
M. that the children in attendance t> the Demonstration i
me Lands
up-
on the public schools. be asked to make I was organized and conducted, by a who had any part in placing or supporting Timber
contributions to this, that,ur the other i I leading citizen the Republican county ticket
because it forced the Democratic )
7. How Dr. Knapp's work helped i
cause, but I have always refused to
I this community, this State, and the nominees to spend money 1 What a
with such Now,
comply requests. comical squeal! M. H. PORTER. I . -. - -
South, by three hoy siX ==-- --- -- -- - ----"-
however, on account of the nature of
the request, and the great importanceof ,, How I grew my crop, by a Corn Paterfamalias and the tailors are .'
Club boy. "
the cause as here presented, I am
experts on costly gowns of girls.
: 9. What I did with vegetables
asking that each pupil in the school' my -- --
and every child in the community contribute I|| and fruits, by three girls. PROGRESSIVE PARTY
10 The l*>st farm crops for this
the sum of 10 cents, and hand ,I ,
the amount, together with his her or
and postoffice address, to |I, How can these crop products The I names before which appear across E also have desirable and
name some
every school exhibit. mark (X) are those of the Pro- very very
l be displayed today w
eg the principal of the school. The teach- gressive Party candidates! Get their
r er, will, in turn, forward the aggregate I' 11. What can we do to express our naiiKR'flXrd in your mind and vote forthem. I, ,
\ amount raised to the County Superin- : appreciation of Dr. Knapp's great I
I
if
)' tendent of Public Instruction, who will work'. Collecting contributions, _______ __ __ _ I well improved Orange Groves near to Jf: '
send the total county contribution to'' pledgesl "For Presidential Electors
( lion. O I). Martin, Treasurer Knapp i I \ Song: Bringing in the Sheaves, (Vote for Six.)
Memorial Committee, 7J9:! Southern I by all.GOOD. ; -- Road Church and School. We own most
-- KERSON'"B\
Washington, I D. CWM --- "BROWNE. j + ,
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M. HOLLOWAY.
WORK BEING
1 CHARLES E. JONES,
State Superintendent of Public Instruction '
y I LEL NJ-y-J E of the property we are offering for sale,
'f DONE BY WOMEN DERSON.----// I .
Knapp Agricultural Day. ---- .
If Will be observed in Honda on Fri" i H. c SPARKMAN, '
____ _
4 >r lay, December r i, \11I2.! The 14X000leachers -- u u I and balance hold able to
JONES-
WM. (C. we options on so we are
) I SrTcr i : The: TftftO.OOO -pupili..-ofj i OK /I'V ihAllK 01 AMENI)11ENT.1IJ.0WIN : ::" ::" -- 1--- ,

the South are being urged by their'I' !:" (. SI'E'lli. FT\ ---J.; f"IU'- 1i*Jfi E R KV--T i .. ,
6 educational and agricultural: leaders j jG
----
1 iI to assemble 3,000,000 farmers, then ,I FOR I !PI! 'HI.K' S<'HOOLS. CKORGE; G. RICHIE... : I give you the best of terms. .
'f' families and friends. in the 8! ,00<" --
-, school houses on November 27th for, JOSEPH W. CARSON. .
hour, in order to and review Deal SI)': Please find.. enclosed a - -
an
..1 .. their agricultural survey resources und cop of the piopo'd amendment to. E N. WALDRON/ If you have any property that you wish to exchange
I
the State of Florida
the Constitution of
t.hf."il.1
achievements, and to express W. L CORYELl.-
appreciation of the services of one of I relative to the issuance of l bonds I I
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i their great benefactors. Agricultureis l h)' special tax school distiict .1. G. BOYDSTON, I for a home in of the bestjStates in the Union
worthy, of this consideration, for the Kindly give;\' it space in your valuable - n_ I ,. one ,
a '1: farmers of the nation have this year paper, calling the attention of MILTOASMITI: = II 4
the voters to its importance.
ten billion dollars' worth of
produced
'. crops to feed and clothe nearly 100- Because. in the numerous__ ,_ _amendments _____. B. PATTERSON_ __ .____ I In call, phone or write us what. you have and we can '),.
toO (>e voted on In this
000,000 people here, with a surplus Keiicmielection S. W. ROWLEY, i'
.

.. for other nations. it is positively necessary to -- 7
Knapp Agricultural Day is the official : have the voters' attention called to I I. E. WEBSTER, find for what
designation. The South wishes this very important amendment which --- -- you you want.
r to honor the memory of Dr. S. A. will provide for the better educational LYNN KILBOURNE,
,t Knapp as the founder of the Demonstration I facilities' where needed in our beloved -- --
Work and Boys' and Girls' State. ALBERT OBERDORFER,
clubs. This i Is fitting, because 100,000 I No greater question will come up JOSEPH H PRISK,
for the people to settle in this election. _
demonstrators
y.. are making larger - -- - v,
c crops on their farms and Corn Club I The Women's School Improvement X W. V. RICHARDSON, ,
Association of Alachua county, beg
world-wide attention I
boys are attracting ---- .
.by growing more than 225 bushels you to keep this amendment with the X J. A. TROVILLION, '- ... .
:',' on one acre at low cost. The indications benefits accruing therefrom, prominently -
are that several of the 75- before the voters until next X PIIILLIP D. BEALL, I ;

000 boys will this year break all rec- Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 1912. X GEORGE P. WENTWORTH,"
ords. It is fitting, because 25,000 Very respectively, I Here '
is Silver Tableware
a" s irirlfc, In the harvest season, are filling .MRS. JOHN E, FUTCH" X J. E. MERRILL
e7 with wholesome food and President.MRS. .
pantries .
Belling the surplus. It la a duty, be- J. A. WILLIAMS, X T. T. MUNROE. .. \
cause Dr. Knapp taught a new method Secretary Y
In agriculture and the lessons must Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 29, 1912.. C. C. ALLEN. 0 0 .' :

N 1q s'' be more widely impressed and unfailingly G. W. COX, of exquisite: quality. The display affont. "a
transmitted. Be it Resolved by the Lebislatute of
1, .. Representatives -
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.:''.' of England, Russia, Brazil, the State of Florida: A. G. HOTCHKISS. I I! splendid opportunity to exercise the highest
, South Africa, Siam and That the following amendment to ---------
Argentina
,', have come to learn them. It is high Article 12 of the Constitution of the E. I). BARKER, I degree of taste for the least expenditure of
t. ); ;' time for American schools to take the State of Florida, to he known as Section -- Both flat and hollow included
ware are
WM\ TOURNADE money.
1/J.i; lead in these ideas. 17, of said Article, he, and the ,
gH: 1 There is to be a Knapp School and same is hereby agreed to, and shall J.-A.---G-RAY.'or --.------. -- -- I l, I in the offering. We invite a visit from
< ," a Knapp farm near Nashville and in he submitted to the electors. of the -- --- -- .
is i'i? .. connection with Peabody College I State at the next general election of - 'J those who appreciate good taste and demand
i When $150,000 is collected for the Representatives, to he held in the year -- ---- -- '
farm and school building, $2r 0,000 A. D.. 1\112\) for ratification 01 rejection - __u_ __ good quality. -
will be added for endowment of the , u___ __ ._ I'I 4 I ,
School of Country Life by the General Section 17. The Legislature may -- ---- -- 'IAIH1IIrtIInf
s -
Education Board. No other such provide for special tax, school districts Representative in Congress, Slate '"+ini Iljjll' i 'Alps'tair, Rnlr'C.
t'' institution exists. It will start; out to issue bonds for the exclusive I II at.LarKc.
1' '' with the purpose of reaching and help- j I use of public' free schools within any I -- (Vote for One..)
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M. Ii i CLAUDE 1/ENGLE,

i1 --+1.1-i'. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I'''i I I I 1'1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I ...+Fl ++l' -FRANCIS- --- -P---COFFIN---,------ I A COLE Jeweler and

GEORGE W. ALLEN, -

; CLOSING OUT i X- -EDWARD- ) -R-__GUNBY7A I Optometrist \1 1s

N. JACKSON I \

'Monday, Nov. 4, Saturday, Nov. 9 .\<1\ ,rtlnc.',nnt -- -- -- I

+ The Lancaster' Stock Broadway and Midland Ry.r' -- -- -- ------s- __ _:
; -- -- --- -- -
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r' t RIDICUlOUSl Y.lOW PRICES WjLUgffAjU! .

Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint PaintI

t GOING REGARDLESS---MUST GO I .

c' i : Here is the Tune:-
r
'. 116. Good Luck Big. Powder 7ic Cheek & Neal Coffee JOe f Vai

Best Can Corn - lOc 12 Cakes Toilet Soap - 45c 1 ROSS GRAVES's" .

,' :_. Best Can Peas lOc Old Ian Jelly 8c ,

t Gs.d Laundry Soap 4c Hyinan'i Pickles 8c "The Store that Appreciate Your TracIe"I

Pare Ground Coffee 25c 4c : I
f r1 .'. Scouring Soap ,

iI :;;.,' | 16 LBS. GRANULATED SUGAR $1.00 | I! I _) .


; i : - Beautiful Present in Glassware i BUY Kyanizs Varnishes
f'. S. W. P. Paint
Given Away Monday, November 4 .... 1 ,
: S THE For Floor, Interior Woodwork "
: Uueful Household Necessities eta Known the World Over and Furniture I

Given Away Wednesday, November 6 '" 1 BEST 5. ,,!

> A Full Line of "FRESH")' Staple and Fancy GroceriesAT 1 IT IS ECONOMY . .''I,1

VERY / j J J'
I LOW> PRICES '
Mission Stains AT.. :
i .Come early and get your pick ; :
And don't the 1. The Stains with reputation
tip forget place it Lancaster a > i

.c a 4' old Red Brick. : ,

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J . - .- ... '. .. ___. .OSCEQLA. C'O VN'T: ; Y FIRE, SIGNALS. 1 .
., Ward Mo.
;: 1; Central.portion of city.1 I
TICKET.
REPUBLICAN- one long blast7 Of '-whistle ,
For Ward No. 2. North Kissimmee, two J t ''it

Sale For.Member of)..,:Hone s pfRepre- long blasts of whistle.. ]I' ; ;',., I' ,, -,
Ward, No. S. Kissimmee a :
: South : !f.t I'; 4ii ,
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;1 .. V teatatireSSCArrr. ',. '
--- long blasts whistle.. 8-tf i ; *:
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.Y ? .. CLAY; JOHNSON. Kii.immee..County './....@; ;'I.: _
LAKESIDE.FARM'ANp cROVE, Thu Close-la ReeUeat Lota. T '. ....1'1.''::; 5. i! .
splendid property con- Treasurer: Two .j
r taiD" 127"acrea located about very, desirable, clos -in resident "
Kitsimmee.IT. fronting three miles, from the city limits of M..,j H., PORTER.., -, t". Kissiromee. lots,' on.' of which, Is a corner
nearly half a mile on beautiful Lake Tohopelta- ot.* These'lots ars'on' the water, OLOADING :
lila 'and extending tq tWcounty: !, road.. A'most: beautiful building County Judge: sewer and electric linear Loeat* ,
spot oD,the road with ed three ,and on. half block from .,; : ,
xounty .a line ofjive oak(trees, planted in CL'J. TOMUNSON. -' Su Cloud RIFLE
out
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the fcmn: of:'' square which would Broadway, and two blocks; from \\.a_
r surround the"house with beauti-.;. Sheriff t Dsceola.litgh.School.! .Just the,place 1
fuah.deth.t.L. green, foliage the entire around. i, fora fin. ho..... ... We are'' offering AH the advantages of
erty'is' fenced and ,cross ,fenced into,,fourVfiye.different endoV prop. WARREN KING vKissimmee.: : these; iota! for a short time at a very the biff game arm with ,
.
urea TbereUre' nearly' ten acre of grove, most of which are.:fine Clerk of tfae'.CoMty,. Ccorti and low-,pries will ancaoa show.them easy* terms. Call ...,..;'tk.ca.s.rrs; ....... t DODIt '_ OI..i .diM>oeI .. j

large bearing treesfcbalanceyounger, trees . oucL we to7on !--1 r..wl" a.r.r.. ,fate or annoyance .
coming half ', St .
on; about .J.M.ANDERSON,. ,p 89tf ,H. M., BREAKER CO. .J.
the .farm !Is:veryfine.hauuoock. , rich and productive and,a. greater '' .: The recoil: does the work1of reloading and,'ejecting y ,
Assessor: Tnea"FRANK i
I. of
partof.the land is in the arterian belt Five shots- "
where fine flowing wells can Close Instead of pounding your shoulder. just : ,
be had there' being. three.flowing wells at the present timea six- HB:''MUNSELL St., Cloud. Nice Home to Lake. pull add release the triiger. Your action stays open : 1

: room house,, with two porches, surrounded it'a time to'shotre in fresh,, ,,\1'I', : ;
? by beautiful live oak ", Tu Collector: No. 460-A new roan cottage, two and warns you when ) a clip. .' f
trees! som' pretty palms in the front yard and a baxi1N grove near A. M.. DOUGHTY:; r St. Cloud large lots 50x164 feet ,each,' splendid You can'never.get in:a" tight place-the fun Dever' '.
th chouse; good stables, corn crib wagon shed and hay mow. Thi. weB of artesian water fifteen bearing clogs.. .Each shot strikes a ono ton blow. :'
I is very'valuable proposition and the I Superintendent. of Schools: ; orange trees. Call and see this propo : take-down. '': j
property can be had including sition. Price $ Simple action-simple, ,
the grove and improvements for $100 per acre on most favorable I, DR., c. S. COOPER, St. Cloud. ,24tf li.. i1t. Breaker &.Co. s... lor a motion piotare booklet explain!*-)! tbeKtmintto h 1" a

term.. "A great fortune can be built up here in the citrus fruit in, County Commissioner: *.VMCA. .lolo.
dustry, one,can maft l a good living,,and have some be.ide in : Modern Home for Sale Metallic Cartridges wmbioe.the: ) :'
money .
.
) trucking and farming thus 'J. F. BUU..ARD, St. Clqud.I a. t
; leaving the from the wash the shooting 1
returns each highest.vdodty, greatest accuracy.Mad r'
grove No. 469-New modtJrn 6-room house, ,
I year, which would soon put a man in fine financial condition. This I| School.District No. 3: located on Emmett street, one block /. in .. calibres for every standard firearm.. '.

property could: be divided into four or more different parts, each one : J. O. McNEW St. Cloud.. west of court house. Electric.lifr.hu, When Remrrtgton-UMC.cartridg: are used, :'
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having fine,'orange, and farming land. Thi. bath toilet and lavatory. Lot H7x "
property must be i the is guaranteed to the full extent of themanufacturer's
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seen I Justice of the Peace feet ann ,. ,
j to be appreciated it has the real, intrinsic,value. I : 1471 Several young orange and guarantee." (
the This
B. F. RALLSSt Cloud. grapefruit trees in yard. ,
We also have truck farmland city r property, of ill kinds property is located in the:very best .. A.Hfo.fat .tMfC-Hfce perfect fco W.4.es.ll..tIus: "
I aize. I grove I I Constable resident section of the city, close to ,.: ;
and Correspondence solicited. Prompt Iattention' to ,all! incjuinei. . : house, and businesssection. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
court
I C. V. KENNEY. St Cloud. postoffice : 1 299 Bro.dw.r 'lfew Y.r> Qty I,
J nea $3,700. Terms on part. I
.- 24tf II. M. Breaker & Co. .. .. ,\-
Advertisement. 4LAt. [ i

NELSON I 1 '/ - ' ,. ,.1. ... '..
REALTY COMPANY Truck and Utrus Fruit Land. :-1'
.. Delicacies: For Sunday Dinner.
I : I Ho. ,462-Seven and one-half acres ot ; '
Over Citizens' Bank; KISSIMMEE, FLA. The ladles of the Episcopal church the best truck and fruit land in Kusimmee CR1NER & SIEVER. :
,will\! have a sale of home cooking at Park. This land is In ptoximU :,
-r- Dann & Dann's' grocery, store each on us will
putoyott inatouchCwith camera .
- Saturday afternoon the first sale being the ; you REALTY' T: t'
sOelOtlOttOt>IOt Ott OgetiGgOtOnettOsOtrOgOttOtr00ott000trOt7otsvtG held tomorrow, the 19th, at 2p. can deal direct with him. This prop- COMPANY x fv
m. The articles offered for sale will erty is offered at a great reduction .
A. CARSON. j. A. CRANFORD. a. U LUPFER be specially prepared the ladies from what land in this locality selN ; 't t 't'. '11
by
P.Id..t. Vk..Pra.Ifnt "- Reeret.er I and everything will be first class. A Ing for.j4tf. 1 Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock/;''Lands 'K:;
committee of ladies will be in attend- I H. M. BREAKER & CO. '. i,' (.'
Timber. Lands. Lands. at all Prices and on Easy Terms' .
ance. The sale is for the benefit of 1 __ > .
""I''
the church. I Splendid Residence Lot. "- .
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ij Imagination. vtd"ant 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will eicaange: half value' : :,' . ;.
No 463-Fine, large comer for other real . 'rvgS0 "
estate -:- : : -:-
A bit
dog a chemist on November :
lot, 80x1471{ feet, close to lake. Splendid '
13 19J1He location good neighborhood. We -ave Orange Grove, will trade for half f value t :
died of hydrophobia the Utter
are offering this large lot at the very .
-- ------ lun1-Dr.essed..1L.. ___ _.. part of December, same year. low price of $400 cash. H. M. Break. for other real estate, balance easy payments *:- . "
e-deg!eheadwaaana1yz in.. er & Co. 16-tf ,
Trenton, and no trace of rabies was c '

PINE LUMBERiOUSE apparent. I "KBSIMMEE- .
Imagination created the hydro: .. -
phobia. __ I .,
-
ter... February 3, 1912, a love-sick youth Get the HabitSMOKE

wrote a farewell letter to a girl who -. .,
had rejected him and forthwith attempted '
BILLS A SPECIALTYtatatatasataataatatatatatatatata to shoot himself. Boone's
He was, found dead after the reportof Straight : t

the weapon. OOZIER LEITKEB'S" INSUBBXCE I Jl 0GENCY! ' ','
: : >> But not a mark of a bullet or trace Made In Kisslmmee _

of poison was discovered. The Cigar with the Real Taste "
.,.. -- -- He died of .: ..
frights imagination. The OtdMt nod LorcMt iBnurmixw Acaey OMMOU! County
For quick returns and best results- And thus find the most of Box trade solicited FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH. ,
the causes of ills and misfortunesare Look for Union Label.
our "HONK ... -J
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!UJ s LOT 8'Z. aRlOSt' ,$ \
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2 .::::Aifi : 50x185 ??. .:" i; 00"
For the next Cape Breeze on the Shore of Lake Tohopekaliga 50X185 _.,. 400

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!n I) ______ 50x186'_.......'_' ::IY'
!W 6 __:.___ 50x185 ...... '400, !Ii I'Yi'
p 1 ------ 50x185 '......' .400 '
Sixty Days' 'O II _______ 60x185 ,___ 400 $

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V* .. FRIDAY :NOVEMBER ) ti.'i: "

-THE KISSIMMEE V LLEY. GAZETTE. I :. ...
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I I AX OHOIMAMCK.' : Route shall fee Decenary tcr pM'.vory bill or m'.&.;.RIVERS, J*. D/ I
DON'T LET YOURLIVEGET' : Notice Of Election. joint reeoletlon. All or Joint rtaolutlonaao .f
I An nrlmmm..9 ' 34. .r 1kf> tifmrnt nrlmmrr* *ftkv the reenentlv* Jlouaeo and by tfae Keortary *- PHYSICIAN.and SURGEON :
LAZY t UT. "' K.I___ n>ri-. relmH }r of the BnuaW and the Clerk of the .1
.C' W. GRIFFIN / .t... .f. (;.............0.. ........rt. ... WIIJlItI: !: 8. Tim; : LegliUtar; or 'lfll I1 under: of KopreiionUtllvea.Tho Ho.. OsoeoiaPharmac .
HmlHlnmm wllkla kj KlrBM ol Florida.., : /a over "
mDvat' ft < Ihn Con.iltiiUoa; of 1NM6, ol Ihe tlloatoe Totencant In compliance wfth en Id pro .
........- .O'HUAINKD rouWit I did P.M thre Joint Rwwlullonn propo.I'J: I II Doned amendmentfi, ond the <-anva-n declaration I I residence

., Staple',and FancyGROCERIES I>odKdn'a U\'or Ton*' ''Will Keep; 'It]l OK Tilt CITY: OK nv KIMM1MMHIO THM ,.', Florkla nititHlmanu: .nd: the*o thn lime Conmitiilloii-ftr iwrwMl of to'lb by a vote I the and return, th..f.,. .b.ll..ubJeo to pa 'lOfflcel43, 6 -, i

.. ... ........ 1 vlreMd to iMuiie regulation c *
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( '|r T..tfII. .411--of Ifc.'irmrrmt of three flan of .11 the msmtmnr i alwitoul hi the .
Working and Mike You .' "Well l- ttr4lm.mr* at the. <;ttr e' .."h 100"110' that the VOKM on "" 101 t JVlnt' Re..olutlona provldtid of Florida.by law /or general r \

K.I__..... Kl.rlO, Iw ....radeilMm were ontored oiion Itiolr .retxiaUvI state IN TKSTIMofrtf W I hnve hereunto 1 W.'WI' N :

,and Clean-No. Bad A ft crEffect.' .. 4. rra4 mm. ff.ll.wm I I Journal. wliJi lha .re. and najr. thereon Mid and *ol my hand and ERIF. Oreat S.alof ". .
''245. No bulldlnff. nh<>d, tent' or thy did dKtermlne *nd dlrvvl th.i the !lha SlaUi of Florida, at Tallnhaeiiee,the Cpl"I'1 ,
If "you" :hav d"your' fear"oi f booth' except irood nubatantlal brick, : Joint Hoiolutloni be nubtnlued to Ihe olwtor"of thin the tweuly-flfth day of Julr, A. I'. I / PHYSICIAN
roncreteor artlftclal atone, build I".. .. the "tat..al ho Q n"ral Kltxjtloii. In Novem- IHeal) H. CLAY CRAWFORO.ij.Ut .
calomel to keep you from ton\njr\ up ahall be erected or placrit within tbflr .. !>eN 11'111. Seeretary of t"., RniDBHca PHON MOrnca (
Parts liver when it a little sluggish llmlta of thla City. The walla of NOW 'I'U"RItFOR E. .. 11. CLAY CRAW K-
getti Prom
FreeDelfnrv."to All your all 1"I bulldlnmi: hereafter ,I L l-PURlx. georetary of ....w..1 the Hlaltfof' Klorlda W. .
Dodson's Liver erected within .
and lazytry .
the flr. llmlti ahall of ,do hereby. slve notice thai a .
be
T" '. .of the cityMIIIIIIHIIMIHMMM: Tone. and note how quickly and tblckni-as; for bulldlnm of the.one followlns atory; GENERAL ELECTION In_ Court of County Judge, $tate of -DR; DI T.. LlGHTSBY'
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harmleflftly. it start' the liver and re not Inas thau twnlve Incheai, : for build* willIe\ hold In each rqunty In Florida on Tue.- County of Osceola. ,
.lieve' constipation and bilious attacks Intra of two .torl.... the flr.t atory not day next oiieceedin* the flmt Monday In No i Florida
t !11'*. than twelve incho and the aeond vember A D. III'< the Mid 1:uetday being..b.J111'TJI In re-entate. Henry T.llnt"f. OSTEOPATHIC, ;

.I; Mtory not'lom than twelve Inche.1: / PAY OF HOVEMBBK, Noiloo i. hereby 1 hom U mayponoeru Residence Phone ICIAN
\ When you" take Dodnon'a Liver Tone for bullillnKfl threo atorlea the flr.iKtnry that on (be 12Kth day of January, A. l>. .,
.I you do not have to *\luy in the house nut I I..HB than lx.toen Inche., the Joint for the Iteaolutlona ratlflc.tlon or rej.tI'Mon amondmento" of the Hald Utho > I1UU I ahall apply .. the Honorable Ue.F.Harter Office Phone 98.
proponing.
: all day :None: of the weakening and Hcoond tiith<.n Mild Rlory' the third not .lean.tornoJ) than) Ions twelve than (;on",titatlonol the 1<114110 of Klorlda..,: Court n,:': .I.Iu'frobale.In offloo.for Judge a Anal f .din- Rooms 8 and 44 ", .

.j harmful after-effect' of calomel fol twelve liK'hfH.. ; and nil pnrty WHllx. built A JOINT ItKSOHlTION pro I>Mlnll.n Amcnd.incnt < an of the uatate of Uen' State. Bank Bld-g Kissynmee. :
J. G. HOWARD 'I low itn use nod on'8 Liter Tone ii for th. IIHI* of niorp tbi, n onu : i that )/ HliMll not hit h'Hx, than four Inched. ate of Florida HeliitiTi lu the Judiciary Dopartmcnl lima 1 nhall praneut to the nald Court my finalariounl .
a mild pleasant vegetable liquid |tlilt-kor tbitii aboxo rviiulrpmcnt.. No an Admlnl.lrWr of ald I..to. andanlf DR. B. D. WIENENGA.VETERINARIAN. "
cannot hurt either. childipn or !grown I building/ <.1'.1..01. one hundred fii>t In Be It ItHMOlvud liy tho Lvglnlnturu of Ihn 8t.'te for iheir al>|in>\al
J' 'Paper Hanger and Painter I people't It easily:' overcome the li'iiutli. Mlmll bt. cierteil I In fluid flrollinltH of Florid. : W J. HEARS
uiil.-'' provided with brick Tlint the following. aineiidineiit lo Artlrln V Administrator, .
-- ..-, -- most stubborn and inactive luer without I Hlone f>r imitrele Hie" walls of the of Iho (Jonntllutlon of the st.ui of Florida rol.live .- 1.1 July 2:. A ) 1812. .11 I I-am'6m. STOCK **

making you quit, eatlMjr 01 woik- thlrkiKKH itientloiud In tbla aectlon lo the Judiciary. Department' to be limnbnrvd - ---- ---- -.- TREATED FOR
Work Guaranteed nn'I at Interval of ono bundled feet.atitl Herllon 42 of aald Article V he and the ALL, DISEASES .
I jnJt.The. th<, i oof of e\orv building erected nnttie'I la hereby airrend to anil aball( ha aubmlt- Notice ol Administrator.
-" aie not just claims, The Kis- tin,'rein, Khali be of Hlate, tlln. Inc. tin toil |... the electora of the Slam at the ceiiemleli Day "ho.tft? .

If thinking ol having any'done, I 1 sininii""i- Ii URCo., backs up cveiy one in. othtr oinhuNtlble.. mutoilnl. to bo .ctloll' to bo held on the flmt I linnday afterthe. In Court of the <'ounty Judno. Nl u of '.'Iorla. .1 82_ ORiANDO. Fu
of I thene statements and agrees to rcI HMiui1' l h\' ilu City' Council ]io\ld- flrat Monday In November A. D. IU13. for Oaoeola County
plea Ie notify me through the P. 0. I Hodson's Li\cr Tone i.il. hnt It HhaU be unlawful to erect orimintiml ratification or rejection, to wit : In ra eatat* of J. K. rieeeaaed. N. L. /
. fund the price qf H Hmall" addition not to exmil KIM42 .. .hall. txanot her Jliden of the Notice la hereby Olv.r., whom It may concern JR. BRYAN
I with a -mile to any person who pays ten l I" fifteen feet In Hi,. r,..11' ofbi Cintultt:ouT. : Uinal County >n addition to that on *.th day t of l.o.r..A D.II'8. .
J. G. HOWARD I hix 'iO rents foi' a botHe!! and isn't I 'Ii'k 'Mtiir,'H with nonrnmhimtll.le .ma- tht"lr" ult Judironf tbe circuit lo whii naldcounty I ahall apply te the Honrbl. 0 1. DENTIST
42.41 tAn I t..t,1 1 la aituated. such nddltloiial circuit Judl of aaid Court, aa Judireof
11 t-i 111 ii 11 ii 11 ii ii 1114M"M I satisfied that ho not his money'sI I ".VIVA ,IHTHOII, ,. dim' or cotpornttonloliitltm Judeu ahnll be appointed" by tlie Uovernor and nnal dlachanco aa admlnlatrator l.t ofJua
worth \' Ihlfi nerllon. ahall upon cotilrtlon t oiin ruled by the Hen.te. and .hall hold office K. Oliver.* deceaaed. Squires Buiding'
for mi (M *, and tball remil e the name .n.l. (New
Imitations of loil-on < I.ixer Tone ; \ theieof lie punlHlted b>' a tlno year Lime I will preaent my *
.. of not I I'HH tban Twenty-lite nollnrMtun Halary and allowance, for oxpnnHOH aH other trator of aaid ... and afik for their approval.WII'MAMU . ST.
f + -++++++*+-H.+++-H-+++++ are aliojhei' proof that it IK U pood' "m'''it> tlmn Five Hundred |"i>lmr.., <;:Irmilt; Judges, but the name nh.ll' ho l id by .ut. UATKR CLUD" FLOBIDAQK.

: j thing Nobodv evei' imitates a poor I II or 1 h linprfHontnent" for not .lena than the t nunty of buval out of tbo Rvnoral revenue, Dt. July.JOth. A I'. 1912. t.tr.

I remedj'. Be sure. joi)..jfet' the genuine tin bboth I iln\i I MUI nor.h mon(In* and tban:: linprfaonitioMt nlxty; d.i> H i or" and ofatlil iH'rform county all the Ho ahall dutien hate tu.f nil are the or way I power beprOlld..1 "mo J. W. SIMPSON

I I Dodson's Livei. Tonq -the kind that I II or preaeribed_bv the ', r.RAYSTONE I If is guaranteed : "lertJon ... Thai MerllAM :346: of 4h4.rnerMl .. by Htitute for Ctroult Judge .nd all ..Ltiiteiriini NOTICK OK MASTER'S SALU.
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.: I OrdlnMBem of Ihr City ntKlKnlnnrr ernin. clrcnlt 'to him. DENTIST. .
I Ait -; tljuMtii'ntI I r'lnrldii. hr amrnHrd ..inw 1 bo iHmrlblitlon! of the t'HIrr:: : < I IroultCourtol Notice la hereby K'ven that under

I to reaif mm followntL24A Piiv.l County between thetwoClrcuttludn and by virtue of a final decree of fore* Upstairs in Kati
f orE ALL THE YfU t I t I I I t I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I No hulldlitff./ except of the "> anil the allotment or aMHlKnment ofni.tter. cloaure laaued out of and under the : BuUdJDa.

il I ilinraiti., >r an Hpecltled In tii-ollon: 24K'of and c...... to bo heard decided. or aeal of the Circuit Court of the Sev.atbJudlelal' OFFJO : t 9.* I. m.
: 2.50 to 8.60 per day. 'If ':. the Oeneral Ordlnanren, of th. City dered trlnd. decreed oradjudxitd HlMll be con* Clreul of the State of Flot- HouJS r 130 1 m.
troliod ormuda wben by (he Jndveof In Oaoeola. Tel.phoae 5.3p.
of KlHHlmnieo Florida aliall be nio\ed neiewniry Ida No. 18 '
Special by week' or month, . I > N'otlr. IN h..y t l t\! i n. 'thai fI'111 1 im |"r."ent location within the <*alil Court wbo Khali have th t older oniuinlHli a : cauao wherein 8. W. Tounf lacomplainant In.DR. .
'UK' Himil of I ')11111Co..ml.. ..- ((1r" < llmltK of said Clt to other 1 lolatlon n. lu force' tbo tlmo Hiirhaddltlon*! Clr- and Henry Sllaa and Ida
t : K, W. TIUHIKII Prip. R.D, PSITtll. Up. :+ Hi>ni! ii ,it their, i uulai me,.tint: within "ald file> 'MmltH.n. Neither- uitjiuliif' .. ab.n.., lile In l Ioul l l/ountv; Sllaa. hlawife, are reapondanta, the W. W. CARSON
I > l" ln >i,..Id :NoMmher 4lh I'M-! .. Alnenilm underalgrned aa Special Maater in
.h..11lny be KKMOL.UTIONProi
t hulldlnfr A JOINT ( .
+++++++++++++++++++++++++ will i'nnslili. I l hl. ld. fin th,, i-ri.ii, "f. ('Million' outHlde the fire moved limits from to any nliMiitldti \ :nd, to Ample u of tbe romnltniion'> wiOK.u. of IheKinteof Chancery will aell at public outer

I I fruit '..ii tli.' Poor 1'nrlil' . Ii, a . within tin' lire. llmlta, unleB. Flo Ida Kel.tlre. UiKi1iiciitloii, ., lo be durlnff the leval houra of aale before DEflTIST

,I lump. ." .\ Hum. on U.IH 1 hi. .' Ftoaidi wiilil hulldliiK of the character aa Known aa Kectlon 17 ol H.ld A rl"I"1! l'roId the Court Houae doora In the City of -
i in H the rlKht/ to ) -(', nn\ ..I..d| in Hi.c.tlon 245 itforcNnld No IIIK for tho lufiliaiup ol IVmitn liy "Hpeclal TaxM Klaalmmee. ID aald Oaceela County on Office over Cole's
+ .i nd all l>lilH and to. il.-t,'i'inln.th .' n.xil Dlmrlotn. for tbe Kxclu.lve l'ne' of Monday the 4th November
1 ,IMIHOII firm 01 corporatlnn. Hhnll add daY.f A Jewelr"Str
+ inHhnti 'in uhlih th. SIIIHhliall buflil Hiiblli Hi'hiwlH Altlilu Buoh 'Hchool DlIrlrt I' L>,, 1912. the :tOfflce .
to upon or Ken" ra11Impiov4, r r< Hour:
: : W. i m DUZOR + I.., |Hld f.ilIt 01 < liHtim' ,anbulldltiK within, the City 1 .nil AnthorlvfnK.: tbu lAvy of: a 1.x ,lolealc erty. .ltual' lytnff and belna; In the 8-1. 1-5
1 + U I JliMNSXlS4f : ; :>. 11' .. llinltH with matiilal othei. than < a Bin kins t tiud lor the PftrmentofIh. Btate of Florida; 1
Ti' i 1 1..1.i "f fin ult i oui f an Mpitllli-il In Sertlon 245. Hforesaldin lulf reft .nil Redemption of Hlirb HoUdnii I I 2ZO yda Weat of the SB Reidence" 2 .

'\ f .\ IIIIHOII. firm or corpo.all..n \.,lolalIIIK 1t koiolTcil, toy the l'kiflninre of the tlltlleof corner 8W M of SW U of Section Gas administered for oattraction ,
I IIltllltlllllllllltllllli I I > I I I I IhlH Siilfon Hhall 1'0n\'I..lIun Florida. II, Tp. 16 South. Range I m of tet'
upon\
(i Ii 'Ih..f, I". thence Weat 110 yda., thence
punlnhed ba tlni not .1. nn 111.. l Iliu (olloMinit' aim-lid mi'ill to. Article I ,
440 vd thence Kaat 110 yd!.. thenceHouth
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: :NO IK i-oii inn *. thjin lwi.il\-H\e" Uollarx nor more than. C. E. PARKER'DENTIST
oMIm f Colintltutlnn Ihe Slate-lf Kiel Ida. toi JR. .
t \i'in, "T; .11 hinli\" "l\., ii tint, I lit. I 11" Ilimilnd liollaiH' or h\' Imprlnoiinii . I.i. .kji w.. H.4 SIM.t ion IT ol. Hflld Attic..le. be and lo 440 yda. to beslnnlnR leaaIVrmB contain-
Estate Lout< tl. ..r t IK, i 'Itv .if KlHMtiim.Florida "' nl foi., not I I..SH limn I.'n ,IH\K, 01 nii ret 'In Kfttui. IH hereby .Kreoil t... ..." tth.ll,, nub InK acres more or,
t. Real will reit l\ l h..lh i.l f..i, I h. con t IIn"n, .sixtv, t IM\H! 01., l\ liilh' Hurh fine null'.1 to tin. ulii. .t sti'i' ti..11 of, publi'. .lil'h ,u. siiid, "ltat \ .mil !111111/| 'iMoniiH. ..nt I'lmllln. how ft,.ni.rn." eli' 'i'tlon i.T Ket.ret." uiittlven' to. lie hiId I 'n'pt) 1"1.( October II BUL.I..OCK.Special A D OFFICE OVER
til,' i"I..rk. onii. .. in t'I.. i '11. Hull "' .Hint II Hhnll' l I.< 1 1.,1 I |I., , ,.,.t i ,.. tin. t.Ht \ l 1'. I I"I>1.'. .for ratilli.MtiiHi. or rt'j jtu. 1 Maater In OCEQLA PHARMACY
of anl'1 i'lt\ it 7 '(,t |I' m "" '1'11".1" 01., .'oiiMliiKt' sninll. .i....1.1111..n- II., ,' to. 'x. i..n l OKKIKRt'oniplalnanta Chancery.H Office Hour: 8<)0 to 12 I
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th '.11 .1..\ . K i. .. l.i n. U sto i,. s w it 1 . . I to 5 P. M.DERBYSHIRE.
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Saultl. < h I lit 'MihlTii" 1..J I from I 1 11.1.1. 111. 'IH'( ,,,.h.M.1 Ill"t 111 tM, til lvt.111 InllldK f"rii ._ _._ 1:0 :
klSSIMMEE FLORTUSS.II. rrr? n..,I'm mmim n rrtij.. J.. rny limits of said Clt> ninth .mil south- :<. \ll. Onllnnni.en.r ..r |nrl" ..n ,111,,'h SpiHiHl, | M\ 'i |IIM'| 1>1.1r1'I. wholli -- : mi,'
,tant.rlv t .. I.nk' 'P >h..i.i-kalmii, .xioi.l., .> Orillnnni. i.". In i..nHUr w majority' "l 'the ,,1'.111..1| . elei.t.irti there'I I -:1'1'' M, D..

Intc t .. th, plans an"l np<.<."ifu.at II.IIH of I be. nnil. f hi' ">ni<- arc. hirrlIMDlffl .' rrHretlon .. uho an. Irifbolilers. .nhitl) vole in l.or of1)O ." In the < IrruK. 4'o.r' *e ratliluiltrtM'
th,' 1H nnuln. i '1".1. I.'. th'l tHMINIll.O Of Hill.h bOUdftWhenever < Imill.eol. C'ouiaty. f .
CoundJ..io.w.1!! on HI in, nai'l, I..rK s offltro Hi'ail ii niHt ami' B,'c..t I III., ,, ,,ni any Mil. .n HpntlAl T.x *M'hoi>| Din !IN CIIANfKIt: *. -"rle. Special attention
I I given to the
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pa.H..d \ a unitnlninuH \iiti thlN Tnl Irll'l hHH M.twl''I.. \orof tho iHHuaui i,t uc hMJIIIU
BULLOCK( I A certified check for Five HundriilDollar I itnof' si;. pti-nibi i'. .\ I II I'H2! ,. tux nut ,lo "xi eed Avn mtllK on tho dol.r (.HlaeiiK' ll.u k -of-KlMlmmre.- "'lorld, treatment of Women and '

*. pa> ablo to tho Tnaaurtr, of H M I Hid':.VKl.lt '. ,In ."Y oiin yi.r. on the .laxBl.le ) I Balil nt>'. ahall acrrimpan"Kill hid. l'MMent of 4'otllH, .II. Pi ., T.| .,". Hhin" tin. .lIhlr.t: totluir fur Ihe ,iMMiieuf. bond* Hank.nl.Corporalon..
I lame to be forfeited by the SULC...infill .VlliHl .1 It II 11"11':liT hull ,." I, vlod In a,',ordauce w ilh l.n l.r."ld-1 oo..I.. Office over Citizens
) I bidder In case of failure :t<> rnmplt. lelll" ,.f Ih.-CIIV of KlHKllllin. ,UK Iou 'tho 'tcvylnit of laxeH. to bei'ome .. '". Miller mm* farm II. Miller., hi. .. Bank. PHONE 18
with the termn of Maid mio Hful; bid 'IS;,' 11)V or the I.H inei.t of' tho iiitereiit anil redi.inpli.it I .I.
,: EAL ESTATE Reasonable hand will \b' "M quired
.............%...*.%.-.*.. l' contractor !, ronmlliir| AmelliliiientM lo 'Hc'C.tloim. tine. ((1).1 I) appiurlnR b>' anlda\lt of <*otinaidl P.4 V"Na "ONa. wTaT
The rlsrht I I. r"H"r'oI to. i J.M.1 :N I' of ArtloluIliin 1 tAwroaoyANS
unj IJRV.VVMini. : 'ixtneit 116)) aod rvY uUen (17)) In ...ho"tal.1
: : INSURANCE and all I.MsAddrrsn .I of fhi. ('lt .> of "KIsHlMiiniiM.III.. (ClI) of Ihe ConMitulion of tliertlatenfMurlila. o t'oinplalnant Z. S Miller and Kora B Miller cauvethat theUeapondenta AGNEW CRAWFORD '
all bids to tin.. r'ouncll of 41'1 KeUIInc' to the Li-RlcUtlvi' Authority I
.f.' I the City of Kl Bill mime, < are of J H I of thn ntate of t1 loriilatt therein named are nonrcHldentn -
of the 8t itn of Klorlda and
Gilbert. Clerk of, KlsalmnuHa """ 'J( .: TO rItO"H.. I>\\' ; Ih' RenolT. by the Li.Rl.lHlure. of the Plat' .* are realdenta of I-tnolr. In the Htate of ATRNEYST.LAW
order Council
By
xamination of Titles a of FloridaThat
.. I Dat.d October 16th 'A. O 1412J .... .he 4>..arrM of Ural .':.|.|.. tbuttlajren North Carollll.. and that they art over omce.: M CUIren.
Ami iiilmnutH tu Hoc tionni the a nty-one' year. la 14. '
the foUowintr
Ilnlldlnc
R GII.BEU1 <... '" '" I 43-3t Clerk City of Klaolmm.' .. turretuerlhrd '> 1 1 'j. HIM'lion Hlxteen (.H>) atul Huellon, H venUtrnll'k therefore Ordi'n'd that ald non- KJgsirnmee
llplnw. In .kr < Honda
ICy. Klnr
Specialty. ai aiuemliMl of Article Three (tol realdent Mporidenta be and they are
I .'m.!""'.. *'ou.t> of 0...- <.... mm* Ntate .ho (.oD.tilnllon of the 8tale of' Klorltla be, .nd hereby required to to the Bill -- '-
I IK< IOIIH 4.111 < l.t-.ltKS OKXotlre .
,.. .r Klorldnpurnualiei hey are hereby ."....... It,. and .ah. be .pn.* of Complaint filed In.Pp.r cau,,.% on or GEIGER. .
I .a : 'T'O' In II.D.
of the follow ln. riHollladoplid "toMid mid Hubmltt to the&leolO'". of. thin' before Monday Uie 2nd of i>4*et.mber. -

"Corresoondence Solicited. .la h..r..b} frlv.'n that In pur tlondm hv the Council. of. the kt.te for .pproval. .W..tOIl.t! the. next itederal A, I.. 191. 01"1.-1.da1 the .1.-
7-HUanci- Hertlon 2tS) of tin, 'HcnirHlMtatutH lilt hi "fh of KlDMlmmee, on 22nd election beruafuir. that N to rayIMM : tlonH of l.. taken
.-- ,---- -- --- -.- .. of the Htate of I'lorlda the of October. A l>. 1911. %'liooaoi. 'lion One ((1)I oi Mid Aitioie, Three (X) .hall feiiaed by nald KeapondentaIt ATORN EY-A T-LA W
following peraona m...-appointed Inpectora bu .mended HO an to rend MB follow.dictlon .: la further Ordered that thla order
and Clerka of lh.. .Kli-ctlon: M-lliiliAK.: : the work of Kradlnu. curbIIIK I (I) lha glilailve.. anthorll* of be published onre a week for four Office State Bank Building
J. W. THOMPSON In the xarloua DUtrlclH to n.-rx .. at and ,pavInK that part of Ruhv: Avenue thl. 8tat'. .h. l! be vented In M l eyliiUituro cnuHtlntf C< ..cutv. weeks III thn Klaslmme.*
the Cneral muctlon to lii> held TUPHday. .between. 1point nfty-nlno. feet .' of a senate and a Rome of Repreiienia* a nvwapapcr publlahed Kissimmee. Florida
November the fifth. .Nineteen; 8outhe" t of Broadway and the ,City Wen, and Mhull be dealRlimed. THK L.KOIHLATUKBOF : sard County and State.. .
. Twelve I dock ban been completed, IIIB HTATUOr KLuKIDA, bntlhekeopiM This October llth. A. D Itll.U. \
.. ... I'HKCINCT '%O. |-KISVIMMK.K.O. AXIJ \VHI HJiAH. the total coat of r reMervo te thtniHelTn.' .power to propuMaw. J}. JOHNSTON.Clerk Q. F. KRIBBS
: :: ; FUNERAL DIRECTORIjjf ald work .la and amendinfniii to the CoiiHtltutlon. ofho Circuit
: ; : Vf Aahton JV.. Hlmpaon, H Nrtratlon ; t6.04A.X4, and thn total Court.
frontage of Htate atid to rnat t or reject .nvh law andamendment. '
Hy JOHN8TON.
Inapector, C. K, Yowfll, abuttlnir lota liable to . the ol the. EJ.IZADE'1 ATTORNEY AT LAW KISBIMMEE
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I'Y ' ., )U..n.l for Mnld eoiit la 2.0K feet t poll. Independent < 1.4t. Input) : FLA. .
'" CI..rkrlltt..NCT i : Clerk.Bg
," //1. .t; ., ,' I' \ AND WHEHKAH. the I Kl .iidalno reawnte t their own 01 :
t l l LICENSE EMPALMER, NO. _
;; H H- Howard.V. h'eY.alter AND WHKRKAS.!:: !:: all of aald iota anyact: Item or .ociion of auy act. or rfiaomIon. Notification
nrontton. Innpcctom \\*. I.. MoBcley. have been duly asHeaned for of the eglalaturet new six-room house just and payment of taxes of
Opposite Courthouse Clerk1HKtlNCT. <'opt of iiuch dtri-et Improve-the proporllonqtM i.'. Tho' llrtt power. reaerved by the people 1. inside city limits, fine deep well. l lot non-reaident jriven earefulattntio.
.
NO. :IMIMIhll.. .. m.,1. the In illative nnil twenty til: ) .per centum oftue
cxii-ptlnK: the ahuttlnir nroncrtv contains two acres of ground, (
leiril \ot .niMhall have the right to propewen
I> V Johnaon, J K O'B.-I'r> \VV'lark d..rlh..1 belowIlRHOI.VKn .. g
and live A and -- -
Ii i.lHlittive' meamire. twenty ( ) new barn wagon buggy -'-
> -
KlSSIMMBK FLORIDA < In..pertor" \\ K, Latitir. I'ltrk : thn the CIU ..f KianTin the to "
nball have ripht.
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..H..I\oI.... >0. 4-XT. < 1.01 l>. met. h<'rtl,>\ .lilmn an" will hold It.'nn ncriemum. lo thn Constitution: by petition propoMManienilmontH and all under good new (ence. Fine J OBERT G. JOHNSTON
.. .. . .
. foi 'tin' nlmi ,
U-orm/ W Joms, T :V. Pan' I. \\' work In lh nmoiiniMMtHti.l nun every MllLh pt,tltlon ahall include the lull lotion for small truck garden or
Karrln, Innpfr-toitt .1 J Cli-rk lolH of. I la nil, on Kiild 1tuh\ .\\.nu. In l .Becoud. reserved !. the Refer.*
Tbe
l'II iiower
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I $.1 lor $2 per Acre per Month I'ltK* lT :Xk. .1. milil < i\| if KlNRlmniet.; Omei.la lounW'MS" . eli.iuin and it may Iw erdered, except an loIMU. where one will have the free ATTORNEY AT LAWKISUIEEE..FLRDA

J I 1C l'ono'an.J! l I. slintnotiH. \\' .\. ",' "' l"lorl.. South rioritin ueceuaaxy: for the immediate: ; preaeratouof | dom of the country, yet close enough
/
''' Conipun\ Slir\i\ HlntH of and .... either. >hy
hnalth
public peace, .t1. all the advantages of the
KatuinkN: Jnnpiitors \\ It :N.ttt'K; av of .\t lit nil.. t enjoy
COBBI Iln
Bay* Saaford clry f aram. ? Flowlx ar- .I.oiiin. ,, l Jtalltoai petition; MiRneu by '; lt(4'') |Hir centum ofihi. city such as splendid high best
Ch'rk"U" | n \ >itw-n IIIockH 17 anil 22 UK I volen, or by schol, .
mla" well M b-lrrl .tlo :( l\<"I' M>. fl. I - -- .
t . f! 4ral "I1'.t:1i.: : rov*>dbttrlct.o l"i" l I""i front foot Hlitht of VHOf i 4 i Tho I..rc..nu"o of h..f l volera herelnbi._ marketn churches etc. Price $1600. C.
MAKHKr .
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. latere.t c ....r ..d rail tran.norta- .\ K liuHH John II HnlH'V\ nit\\ Xlbllilli I..H'l UrnKallronil I'OMII.JMfioni'Voo \ 'fore nutted bball be baMtsl upou ihe total num. itf II. M Breaker & Co. I.UII CounMl T noTOK .ow
I ',: Our liberal contract allova .la StmtnonH, In..I.'I.. ..*. U K 'toilwlnIi ; t /III"'k ''X """ 21 S2."... , her of the latil KeiiTal electliin R, R fo Judnof
. year flM.* to pay o.t Title Bo.d tt Oaaraat* ': 'rk I 'm. [.;: ; for Ihe :t'omra: : rei elvlnff thn :IllghOMl numIn I II For. l'o.. Criminal.Oaart.
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Saaford Fla 4i-lTr: 1'11"o: \ T NO. ;0. i r i." i isiiimi iti.sor.in i , I .r of voted c aift at aucll e ectlou.; Farm for Sale
', :..' o. W 1 I' .i\irhll) .\ f \NHKht .luiniHl th.th... (.'outll II. of Klll.l CltV\ Hhnll I ?",,...t( ?," (1'" All petition' *! Hiibmitteil. undar..the powerof Located' M ASSfY &WARLOWATTORNEYS
... l>urran* ,, lnap'.rtors tuoritrtVnlkir. : 'lh .1." of November. 1912. at 1311 tbt InllUtiv* .hall be known ai Inlllalivepetition good road one-quarter .
'- '.. 'lcrk :r M ..n B.', I IH d,1, %; rr tn, pUrM1B| of and nhall be tiled 1 with: the necrelaryof mile from city limits, good five-room AND

I>IIK< |N4 'INO. s.r bitarlnK. ii ninrt. nil com plat nix wlilrh htate not IHRK Iban four ((4)) month* proomieedliiK barn thirty COUNSELL
house large new
tin own. i' ,.i owniiR of milil, |I"'h nf the date of the elcc tlon nt H lUith. Hie ceilt AT
U Hill Hi in > K\aiiH M l > lln. land, or mix oth.'r perNon ol pi'rBonn ... HO proKMeil are 'oO be voleel upon II IIme..ur. land twelve of which in cultivated In Courta of
dull InMp, ,,ctorii JntiiPH f Tttion. ClitkIN loterenttil Prtc .I th t' I_ af
in Buch tn.provpni<. max' and all petition* Hnbmlltud under the power ofthe sixty and .
young orange U.11 8"
WITNESS \VHEUEOK. W. Iw"- <10,1... to make. iiKalnnt the taut fr Much Itefureudnm .hall be known an "Referendum : bfo te Flo R.
The unto *>t handnK grapefruit trees, seventy-five r Ciln. .
a our ,
peach
hnl."I"' "'"' ""' ('rlalmln "T naldIIKSI.I.VI Pi-ttttoun, and .uliall bo filed with the
Cmm.ln ,
I* t I' 0\"ERHTRUKTAPtlnif II...,.. ne-i.relarr of i.tate uol more than alxty 'lk'l) da,. trees, //some plum and pear trees, one CHAa ;
('hti It' ,iiiiinAttent : i-:I. Kl'KTHnn( that the afler the flmtl adjoiirnmeul of the HOMiton of family horse, one buggy; one 1-1 iarrOH BLD. ORLANDO. FLA. .
"I'rl. nliill, (jlx', It-Klll niitlce. of thecimipi. the . whloh .hall' have panned" themeafctiro god ., .
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ATLANTA.SEMIWEEKLY l H i. JOHNSTON. .. ti,,,, of Kalil, work h>' |,ubll..h1im I'1;, which the referendum in applied. wagon two nets harness, fifty chickens :
41 ':31 Clerk I'lKult, i:out .thlx Hi,Holiitlon.. aceordlnK to |Illw. In a the tlllnic of a It4ferenduui Potition affatnNtauy ten head cattle and all necessary A NDRE\JOHNSON ;
.
... ''kl ':'WK>>aP"r publ..ho-rl 1 In nald item, or nectlon ot any act, or resolution.Hhall to cultivate place. A bargainat ,
.
NOTICE. MX ofNotli KlHKlmmeiIn ., I .not prevent the renialudnr of' Mtlch meaaure ATTORNEY '
;; ',' hi'n.bv Klx"i'n that, th. CounVK'J"V from ueoomlnir effective. ; $2,500 Writ us for terms. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW (
I ,'11 Ut or amendment. lo the Conntltutlon 3n-tf Breaker Co. ,
"' Kl".''"n"-' will meet ( Any tneajiure I. & Will Practice in all
Klnnlnimpe. Kla ON. IT. 1J12 under tbe Initiative, and Cur
on Ih ") nr Nov..mh..r.n.. IflZat uroMii| ed State
S ' JOURNAL Notice U hereby given that the tux I MlM on Raid da>'. for the any raeaaure to which the Referendum la ap- and Feeral .
tiooka of Oaceola ( 'i>unt>'. will o 1'en for of htarloK complaint which purpom th-. lied. Hhall be referral to a vole of tbo quailed For Sale v. Office adjoining

I collection on Novembei first. 1 am' own,.i. or nwnerx of any of the ..abo e .elector of the State and .hall become a Splendid team of mares '5 and 6 Citizens Bank Broadway
now ready to furnlah tax tatomenta" I il.-Bi.'ill..rt loin, or other Int..r"I..d law when approved by a majority of the vote* well kind and Kissimmee
A dlaruunt of 1 per cent will be allowed e In BUI h. Impt-ovment pcritoni; rant lhroon, and noon proclamation of tho. years old broke gentle ,

TheT Biggest Newspaper on all taxev paid during the month I to inake MRHlnnt the .oMt of max nuch deiitre Improvement governor, and not otherwlae. ; also wagon and double harness. r. M. JaNa.NI .. ? >,
of Tovemb r In wrltlnu about taxeaalwaya (7)) The veto' power of the Governor nhall Enquire of Nelson ., John WOODHAH
furntnh description of > our Hx' ordi.l. of the not exteud lo Initiative or Heferendu ....*..- Ja
in the South Council Ihl* 25th bv majority of the qualifiedeleotom II. Payn. 25-tf .
property da> of Oi-toher. A I'.. 1912. iiren appruvexl a JENKINS &WOODHAM
C U BANDT J. K '
41-7t Tax Collector ...rU of. the Cltx' of JIl.nKHT KlBHlmmee442t, (N) Tbe renervatlon of tbe power of the Modern Up to Date HOIJIC : ,
Initiative and Referendum in tbla Article
1I "nl..
The regular price of The Atlanta hhall not deprive tho LeKinlalnre of tba rlghlto : No. 464. $3500. New. modern SURVEYORS
. + + + + + +. + + + + + + + + + --- '- ---- -. --

: Semi-Weekly Journal U 76 + + .\U-.I".R"TOII.t '""I.": ..... lire repeal, which auy may law.b..propone oonabitont, or pan.wltb any the laeaa-Connlliutlou six-room cottage- bath, lavatry. hot KisBimmee Florida v !

:cent a year. If you will ", end us + WANTED: + By virtue HKAI of KUTATK. of the Hlate and of tho United Htataa: and cold water, electric lghts, baut- ":
an order U.
h
+ + of the Ue,1 out (U) The LegtHlatura .hall make nullab'e' pro- ful expensive mantels, r ,
.your order, you can get County JudKo'n (Cnurt I I" and vUlona, for ...rrfluK Into effect' the provjiiloun. ,
.
A list of your town or coun- for .oltw\'l: \ ': Klorlda. and to me of th 101 Section nice rugs. House furnished complet t.

property that wish directed. I .ell at public Hale at th Thai Havtion SlxUten (1<) of l
< ; The Klsslmmep? try sold. you front. door. O.ceola of th"Count Court)..liD Klorlda 1,1..,.- in on KlHfilmmee. low.Three: (8)) ball be amended ao .. U) read ... fo|' 147 H feet on which la 20 full baring : MONEY BROKER '

No commission unless sale .....d.,.. Kotemkrr :rll'.. tll'::. Hectlon in Kach law enacted, whether by orange trees. Ix>cated in thre New York Syndicate Finance
Valley Gazette is made. between the hour* of lo al nul.. xn that the LtB-lalature or by tbe people .ejndor the Inttallve and a half blocks of the post wi
day. the followlnR. de.crlbed I. offce. Rl. Watr. n_
real entate hall embrace but one inbject) and Ilnln. "i
beautiful Verona street in
'. + Ute the property of Chrl.tlan Kaenel'of matter properly connected theiewlth. which on ver Jrtnl Bn.Stoo $10. ,

axr.d. tixe J. M. WILLSON, JR. 'I' Hld f-nuntv and State, di-c,.a.i.d. to aubj ahall bo brleHy exprenieil In the title: best neighborhood. Call Sou. IUprn.nL.UvA' THOMA.ON
wll--: and no'I law aball be amended or rerlaed to Ita us show you this beautiful home. .K.a.rL !.H
Tract No IS of llloek "Iv of tit le I ly builD .ueb caae tbe act, an revised,
Eem1-Weekly . + + + + + + . . + . . 2* of Townnhlp; 16, Mouth Itanire m-ctlon. or _on Iou.; .. amended nball bo re-ouacted andpublkined Terms on part of purchase if desir. '?
I Atlanta
Ka"t. an ahown by the map of the at lenttb 24-tf H. M. BREAKER .
fruit and Truck Land. Klorlda Fruit' and Truck Lnd Company That !Mention Seventeen'' ((17) of aald Article I
;, ,; jt Journal on tile In the office of the, Clerk; Three(II)ahall be amended to aato readaafollown O "

We have five and ten tracts in Circuit Court of .aid county, aliio deBcrlhed No. 464.-It certainly ia /
',' acre a* the Weat-half of the. We.t- Heotlon 17 EyerblU naaaed by the 'Leila.latnro inc to see an opportunity exasprat-.
tootto. one :yoatr Liberty Park the most desirable suburban h. Jf ef Oouth-Ka.t!:: quarter of the nhall Be readi IIlu title on lln dm _makn. E. S.
'i.Iu property on the market which : Houth-eant quarter of avctton is. Townhlp reading. either llouae. unlena one-third ofi big, quick money, and then b KIMBER
for consideration 28. South Ran e 17 Kant: I i tbe member, prevent ae.lre It read by aeotloun. able to take hold of it. We .
we are offering your Will b* old to the hlg".t KTery bill.hall be read on three1 aeveral
{fQ.R ONLY $1.75 at price that are attractive. We will! Term: caah on Information of bidder...I*. darn, two-third.ef Uw member* preaent buy all the good things we see, and we Expert _.Mirer ef

.. he pleased to show these tracts to prospective I . .. J. H. HALI.ET, when .ueb. Mil. mar be pending .hall deem are willing t P... them along t
__ purchaser at any time. Do not I "' .trator of eatate of Chrl.tlan U expedient to dlipenae with thu rule. Jtvary our friends. Here's a sure one Watches
c:.. -', I K.en..l. deceaaed. 44-4t bill 1 khall be read by U. aeoiioni on lu tecondnadlDK 118 acre's all ,
fail to tee this property: before purchasing pl.tt..anJ rudytor',
aud on lla anal pannage" unlaaa on It* Clo.
'Stn :J Your Subscription mi it has th. advantages of being ..second readln. two-thlrdn of tho: member. *al* in five ana tl tra., lo-i
I In the lletue where aneh Mil beDeodln. .
close in and the beat paved preooat may ted IW of Jewelry
withll
on very NEW mlea
I SKKDS; CROP Genuine .ahall d_m It espedivnt lo dlapenae our-puen.r. c., .X'
I road In the county, convenUnt to the thin on and close I ; ,
masm ammm TenerifTe Grown Red A with rnle. The vote on the floal pa Mac dept t
; :.; 2r f Right Away 'city, !school and churches. Fire acre. White Bermuda Onion Seed. O*. 26c. of every bill or joint renolntlon ihall be taken hard road in Osceola.county.We I : jJ"LDef I'
bvyeaa aod nave, to bo entered on Iho Journal .CmZENra4 _
tracts and $300. are the tract in a body '
$250 Ib. ; .
t & c. Ib. as.OO, postpaid. Florida ol each Henna Provided. Tba* anynooral reVMton oferng 1 CROVND
:r. Iii. ...., MA t* lltt Atlalata 24-tf U. M. Breaker IA.: and Georgia grown Kye, Rnst otbe at-tlro lawn embodied In any bU at prc Mo fu- FLOOR .,. ,.:' ,
.kail ,required to be read by ther expense place on ", .. "
ProoL Burt and
..: :..; ... Willur" Uraslnr lu Bnal and lu renoinc.DI t .' ',"'WRIDA'' "t
upon ,
,. .....w .. i paaea.- the market in See KISIUIEE
> . FOR KENT aigM f or. Mfi at tolafllo Oats. UUOIE KM W, M-tt lllj, AL' ', wholly dupeneed with by n two-third* vote.A smal tre 1. : '.' .. . 1 '.

*,,10 eeata .... ... majority 0 the. mammon ,roment |a each Z4-t. I. A .C. *
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) fruit In' this 'vicinity, the crop being ...11111 IIIIIIIuIIIIIIiIftfIIIIIISSiIIIIIIuII1UtgI.IIOUR i
Tested .Proved Good MOVEMENT FLORIDA. the best In nearly twenty years.Winter ., '
.t I Why are.athUte the meat,.'man'.* Garden,-.D. ,F. Roper. will j

Frebnes a* high, grade quality. friend t open a packing houMr her this *eaon. FALL''CA.TALO'Is ,

Call for what you want in the MARKET : NOW RtADYSEND' ?X
FRUIJ
GROCERY LINE .ApopkavA-Shipment: of grapefruitare .
moving' from this point. .The : FOR YOUR '.COPY' i
fruit i* of good site and well colored.
ORANGES SHIPPED' YET Orlando/*-Lee'Vanikike, who live '
FEW : Maas 'Brothers
,---- at potatoes.Tarpon Fairville.' has 'four ,acre of tweet 'r--j

SprinesEo F. Fox ha on '
BIG INCREASE IN, GRAPEFRUIT, exhibition grapefruit which he pick
iJj CerrrofSu111
$
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AND .TANGERINES-ORANGE ed from the Babcock'grove her lat,' : ;;. cggorn ,

Wednelld.yThe fruit measures _
CROP NOT.AS LARGE"AS (.twenty-two'\ inches in''circumferenceand ,' J ? hmpa.Flor> ..

FIRST PREDICTED. weigh three,pound This grove : A ,

of owner eight$10000 acre; or U more.Defray expected. to-netthe '... II IIII. I,t .t II' II 11111,1 ... IIIIIIIIII_. II i II II i 1411.1 !. qt t

{ { 1 Th.New York Packer keep a fine ,-Mr*. S. J. Tinder ha on .. , x
w. line on the movement of the citrus exhibition a branch from a grape- '
;1/' -l crop from Florida, and it also keepsup fruit tree which has.twenty-four well r
I = l ' with the controversy which has formed and matured grapefruit on it.Jupiter.W. | -
J: ,1// Because they are such l great hands been waging for the past two year be- S. Lockman ha -setout
for meets I tween the Citrus Exchange and the a large acreage to pineapple i .
independent growers.Speaking this summer, and expect to make i I "
---- -- -- editorially of this fight,' heavy shipments in the spring. teg'PAllape
DIBBLE & SONDR.
the Packer say: Bowling Green.-Packlng houses i ,
"Shipper of Florida citrus products have started work and by November i i VRtc. : + ,
Meats to Roast, Meats to Fry apparently entertain very different 1 shipments will begin" in earnest. I 1 ,J53s B?* r""t *****7- t
ideas as to what la for the best in- Emporia.-The exchange Is busy I 7 .' "
The Best t Meats Always the terests of the grower and the indus; putting in new machinery in the {1- 'I' .
WM. HARPER try. One shipper, for instance) will packing house here and experts to i
) OSTEOPATHSTECIALIST Meats to buy. fonsider tha tthe shipping of the fruit have it ready for business by November : ,>1

Meats to Boil, Meats to Stew, early in the season means the ruina- 10. I I ;iiar s'I' ,4 ,eQ, .. J','
tion of the industry and to prevent Pierson.-Fred Ohlson made the j I f , l i
Should always be the Meats-' such early shipment he will resort to first shipment of orange from this '\ 1II' \
IN almost any preventative, conscienti- point this season It in estimated' ',. '1
CHRONIC DISEASES for You that will IK shipped this' '
ously' believing that practically shotgun 55,000boxes | .. A','
methods are justified by the end year from Pierson.MacClenney.There. :, .' t.
CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE You'll always find them here! to be gained. Another shipper will will be a largo ,
J
contend that it is necessary ta start acreage of Irish potatoes planted I, . i
KISSIMMEE FLA I141
here this fall. ;;
the season as early as possible in I "\
TUE8DA Y8,THURSOAraSArUROAVs order to market the crop from the Venice.-Grapefruit nhipments are : -. 111
OFFICE:, CENTRAL HOTEL -- '
most profitable standpoint and get moving daily. Fruit as u rule is of : \ : ... ,
out of the way before the heavy California good quality and) ripening early. I '

PHONE 360 ORLANDO FLA. BASS movement. These varying opinIons .
:
RULL i Farmers and Consumers Get Together
,
conscientiously eptertain- J
are so
I
Camden, N. J., has a farmers' mar- ,
ed, it seems.as to lead to considerable .
ket, where the farmer and consumer
MARKET and of mud ;l
bitterness a campaign : .
JafaBtLJamaBtKht. JSHat BaL-aBOl KaLJanB.caRat aWK come together. The middleman's pro-
slinging is being waged by the participants I I
raVX it is divided between the two-the ,
M. TILLER L J I who very apparently feel that farmer getting 25 per cent more for Our Ad
their standpoints they
,I from respective
hid produce and the consumer paying IS IN Ft
are doing a holy work in protecting from 10 to 30 cent less for the
Real Estate Agency. |jthe growers. Strife is almost always per I t ,j
goods he buys. This ,
.............................:,> > GBflYSTONE TfllLOR SHOPLADIES' i to be regretted and it remains to from be* green- Paper j '
seen as to the benefits to accrue I
Realty bought and sold. > the present 'fuse.'' Because we want all the men in fi ';
The Packer is non-committal, and ..
1'
town to know about KORRECT
Houses rented ,
> AND GENTS' SUITS In this itself wise, but its con- .
proves ; >
Taxes paid and Titles ver- ft Made to Order clusion that strife is to be deploredwill If It Is A Brick SHAPE Shoes. We feel sujo ..
j ified for non-residents. be approved. The following news that, beside being the most -

Fire, Life and Accident In- > also notes regarding the movement of the stylish and the best fitting, ...
'> and conditions were taken KORRECT SHAPE Shoes .:,
crop crop
surance. Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Don I It .
We Have .
from the news columns of the Packer: the
4 Indemnity Bonds. > Jacksonville-The movement of citrus I are longest wearing ..

"., .... ..,.' '-------Jl L fruit from Florida last week aggregated We handle every kind of Brick 0 shoes that can be bought I
LOUIS A. SEARSON about 450 cars, very small ( for the money. ,I
, = .-- t'lIt4g"being- : ,A great and- _positively-iav -you auuu.. F
- ----- --- - -- --- t- per \: oranges I ftOVR- -
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT many are under the impression that ey. Let us figure on your next -LJtT-tT"
Bring that baby toWILDER'S the orange crop is much larger than it
:
AUDITOR really is as compared with a normal order, large or small. We can

STUDIOand I crop. Such, however, is not the case. supply any quantity and will make
Commercial aDd Municipal Accounting A large per centage of the increaseover Our Bricks
see what a pretty photograph last year's citrus fruit crop is in prompt shipments.
you can fret of it. Hours from The increase than
Accountant of the grapefruit and tangerines. are equal to any- better
Incorporated
8 a. m. to 4 p. m. in the orange crop, while sub- .
International Accountants stantial, is not to be compared with many. A
Society, Detroit. the increase of the grapefruit over {
last year's crop.J A.C. CONVERSED MA L.] M. WHIDDEN & CO
R P. O. In 377 Main Office: Sales Manager W. H. Houser, of ,
418 Duval Bldg. Phone 1925 ,
.
KtSSIMMEE. FLA. ILLEHOALt, J C. Chase & Co., says: "The Florida oranges
If yon with to buy All were exceedingly popular last
year and the supply did not equal the 4..lItl..!
demand and there much .
is corres- -- - -
AutomobileOr pondence, at the present about the '
If you want a holiday supply from markets in every ----- --
section of the country. At the pres-
BARGAIN an ent time the number of packinghouses is the main question and should always be
Or aotoMobile equipped to do business and ..
your IS THE TITLE GOOD?
ORANGE GROVE the supply of labor in the State i ie answered by a disinterested authority." .
not more than Sufficient to supplythe The TITLE GUARANTY CO;? -'
or land to grow trade for the holiday season and
Repaired if the fruit is distributed properlythe will search and examine the title to the land which you are adout to purchase, In' j

Oranges and market''will remain firm and at Osceola Counly, or elsewhere in Florida, and if found to -be good will guarantee ' 1 1, /

G. to There satisfactory'was price not ,enough to the grapefruit growers. you against loss,by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid taxes and adverse claims. ;\ .

Grapefruitsee la f year to go around and there ia It Is our business to protect our clients,and patrons against investments in lm-\ .tl't1 ipr" II r:\ "

no reason why the market, should not perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records the issue..<.''Jr '.! 'j' ;

GRIFFIN'S 'BUCKLESElection : remain firm during the entire season of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed, Certificate of Title. "' ,I,
especially as every year shows an .
increasing demand and the fruit this -- --
GARAGE ., year is of excellent quality.': i Tbe Title Guarantee Company does General Abstract Business throughout the State of. Florida

inI There has been little shipping of I Abstracts to City and County Property made and delivered on short noticeTITLE ,
oranges throughout the State and .
I
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I Night Smoker growers and shippers almost to a
unit are abiding by the agreementat I : GUARANTY COMPANY
FIREMEN'S HALL the Gainesville meeting. The fruit 11 :
Capital Stock tlOOOOOOO
Full and complete moving has passed the 7 to 1 test, it .

,Sprigg FlemingCLEANING NATIONAL,STATE and LOCAL is declared.. CARROL D. JUDSON, President. EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary V. R,. JUDSON, Treasurer J.TOOMER
ELECTION RETURNS: Grapefruit is moving freely. The & REYNOLDS General Counsel ;;
quality is good and the majority of 'I Home Office, Em bee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Branch Office. Klsslmmee, Fla. ...
WESTERN the stock is well colored. The At- ..
SPECIAL UNION WIRE lantic Coast Line handled 220 cars last LEWIS O'BRYAN. Manager, Kmsimmee Branch ...
,
PRESSING direct to Hall. week, the Seaboard Air Line about -- ---- ------- -- -

DYEING .... Cigars Pipes and Tobacco and 100 cars while about 130 cars come I
Refreshments Served. from the East Coast which were delivered -
REPAIRING MUSIC AND SPECIALTIES to the different transporta-' --- \.

Tickets $1.00 lion lines destined to northern points.\ .
At the different freight departments rf's.
Leave word .t my; house and clotbea 11 III 11 11 I I 111 I I I I 11II I of the transportation companies they "
will be trued lof and returned. have made all arrangements to move

the citrus crop on' time and railroad
c Satisfaction Guaranteed officials say there will be no car I'i
.... DANCING CLASSESunder shortage. They contemplate a heavy
.' -- movement during November and De- "
direction of
-WHATEVER IS WORTH cember.
.
MRS. J. D. WOODBECKat The slight falling off in prices in w''
DOING IS WORTH the northern markets last week is r
DOING WELL." FIREMEN'S HALL not worrying the shippers, as they do ft 4
I* our motto first last and all the not believe this condition of the mar- ) .
tin. If your carriage, or wagon, Monday Evenings 7:30: to 9:00: ket will obtain long --as this week ..
1. la our estimation not worth tb. Thursday 7:00 to 8:30: shows a marked advance on good J
eon of repair* we'll tell yon w LESSONS FIFTY CENTS EACH fruit. r rv
frankly; if it U worth the expense Homestead-Grapefruit is coming
W. will guarantee both. Our eU- I Private instructions if desired at in by wagon loads. This end of Dade
,l ate of the COlt costs :you nothing I special rate. county will undoubtedly give a good
yen need only: ask. account of itself this season in furnishing I ;, J
fruits and vegetables for
1WAGONS !:
,I
northern markets. ,
I Naranja.-A. D. Fogle shipped a car "
last week. The tl ; :
of grapefruit grovesare ; '
young in this section but the fruit "
The New is declared to'be of superior quality. '4
i Goulds.-J. C. Baile has a 400 acre

vegetable farm and expects to plant ",
I heavy crops this year. Mr. Baile believes \I
Home Bakery that vegetables should be planted
S and raised during the entire year you want to look'at or buy the cheapest Farm Implements in town "l w :,
I in Florida. '-
Miami.-W. P. Curtis has just harvested for the-money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Com
DARLINGTON AVENUE 435 bushels of sweet potatoes
from two acres of land, pany.] Good goods ,big values square dealings. '
Make as good Modello.-The Tropical Fruit Co.
shipped several crates of avacadoes to r
San Francisco early this month. They C
BREAD sold for $4.50 net per crate f. o. b.
Modello.

BUILT TO ORDER. PIES The Commercial Club is getting .
meetings I ;;. r
down to business, weekly ," ,
lACKSMITHING AND being held. At a busine*; meeting re. '
CAKES centiy M. M. Smith offered a tract "saw

of 'land owned by the Sanford Hotel Hardware .. :
HORSESHOEINGSatisfaction as any Bakery I in Florida. Co., to any one who would erect a Osceola Co.I i :
suitable hotel ready for the season .: :
Refunded.VL of 1913. The Sanford Celery Delta i I. :
or Moaey;
one of the principal agricultural centers .
-' J. H. REED, ProprietorL for the growing of winter veget-. --- T - -,. '.I:, ,1' .tc rg1r.
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e. .. .D ANN .. DeLand.-There i I. a fine of
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'" PAGE I Z. ., THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. r FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J, III!%.. r-
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!fi "J' Classified AdvertisementsCB
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. = , .. -, xIRETURN r . .
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I 7 TO WIFE
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The
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!fi "''''''''''''''''' ' GREATREPORT

Cardinal Virtues' , FOR( SALEFOR .FOR: RENT f',

: x : I II All OK Ill's DEATH _
: !Ii UP IN 3A E-Pair mares weight 2600.' FOR .RENT-.Eight room furnished. ,
11 S. NOT. t FRAMED
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a5-tf two' blocks
" J. W. Miller. house from Broadway. ,a :
I t e )En-1'o COLLECT TUB Immediate po" session Box 437,

: Of a Shoe Are y1 INSURANCE.Until FOR good SALE-A business bathing with? )pavilion-doing boats and: City. \ 41-6tp:

launches. Addres A. E. Drought FOUR' NICE ROOMS for rent All
Kissimmee', Fla. 45.4t I modern conveniences.
\ !Ii tire mcJm'y had been paid Address J.
T.
B. P. O. box 276. Kissimmee 41tf
+ '!fij 11 over by the insOiance company of FOR SALE-Central Fish Market; I
Atlanta for the inmrmution leadingto good paying business for small Investment -
j ,: i! QUALITY---In which the Florsheim Shoe will the finding of AutfMstus J. Fenn ; sickness of owner reason DWELLINGS ler.TOK. for rent, apply to M. Til
I a former citizen o( Oscema county'bya for selling. Enquire Jno. Saunders.' I s
Pensacola man, no one ,WK able to Kissimmee. 41 tf
be found
!x
,,, pre-eminent. ascertain; who the informant was I KENT-Two modem Hat, ".,|th
'r "p II With the appearance of E. T.NDavis, FOR SALE-$3500 will buy a valua- all city conveniences. Apply at the
x STYLE---For which the Florsheim make has 1 i a Pensacola attorney, in Atlanta it ble property in the heart of Klssimi I Gazette office. 20-tf
leaked out that Mr. Davis gave the mee, now paying about 14 per cent.
': ; II information and .secured the two on the above amount. Enhancingin | FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-lltol'1atore
x always been noted. 1 i thousand five hundred dollars reward value every day. II. M. Breaker building on Brack street North Kisf
_. offered for information regarding &, Co. 39tf simmee. Ii. C. Stanford. 29-tt 4

: x COMFORT---Which is assured in a degree t i i \Fenn's Atlanta whereabouts.spending Mr.only Davis a few visited -FOR SALE f>evcnty-five acres high! !! FOR RENT-A modem 3-room flat

hours there, remaining there only long class pine land. Ten dollars per';: with all city conveniences. Apply to
never before attained. I enough to collect his money from the acre. Adjoining land, inferior, now ]I W. B. Harris Gazette office. tf
I x i office of the Southern States Life In- selling at twenty per acre. 1%. I

'x The Florsheim Shoe contains these quali- surance Mr. Davis company.is well known. in legal miles Box 431 from, Kissimmee railroad., Fla.No agents.41-tf I,.FOR RENT; two-Four blocks room from modern business cottage -

I I circles. It was Mr. Davis who at one part of town. Nelson Realty Co. It
time announced himself a candidatefor FOR SALE-480 acres of rnlendid I
I !Ii ifications. $5.00 only. Congress against Congressman land within 2% miles of the city FOR RENTl-3 rooms and bath, $11
I Dannitte II. Mayes, but who failed to limits convenient to another rail- I per month.. E. E. Wells phone llif.
pay his primary assessment and with- way station and marl road. This 45-ltp
s drew from the race. property is excedingly cheap rood I
v !fiI Y1 The Atlanta Constitution of Satur- pine land and will be lisposcnl day morning contained the following on favorable terms of payment. I and a 6-room house convenient
I ,.1 We carry "HOLEPROOF" hosiery--- front page story concerning Mr. Davis Nelson Realty Co., Kissimmee, Fla. i for trucking, raising chickens and
reward and the failure of Mr. Fennto handy to school and church. W*
.; !' the original guaranteed hose. return home for a-reconciliation Downing Realty Co. invites also have some splendid tracking }
with his wife and relatives although land for rent that have no house
a reconciliation was assured him by correspondence with them. Nelson Realty Co.. KJssimrne -
t !Ii his sons-in-law who visited him in with those interested' *, Fla.

\ y; New Orleans: in Florida. Our information
-
Twenty-five hundred dollars reward ,
'. t !Ii Do not fail to see our DRY GOODS de- was paid by the Southern States is reliable. r

) !Ii Life Insurance company Friday after- 44-tf. Downing Realty Co. sell
: for Fall creations noon to E. T. Davis) the young man
; ; x partment new xS from Pensacola, Fla.\ who informed I -- --- -- - - orange groves.
BOARD I have opened house for
the company that Augustus ,1. Fenn my
$ was in New Orleans causing his discovery the winter season, and am ready to
!ci take hoarders either transient or

:t !Ii l>nvlv\ was a visitor in Atlanta for I I regular. Splendid accommodations. 44tf.I .
i 1r xy1 just a few hours Friday afternoon, $1.50 a day; special rates for regular I I FURNISHED ROOMS for rent card.
!Ii than boarders. Mrs. C. V. Bearden, '1 for Kale at the Gazette office.BARRENT9everatamdttPatTs.
I staying no longer was necessaryto !
: collect his money from the office ( Opposite Court (Mouse. 41 tf
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- - -- -- ----- --- -- -- - - - thF'fahdler hurhting = =
I or lTe"eonTpany H -
i and then to catch the next tram KOK( SALE--At a bargain : a 1;, rpin- excellent trucking land some withspl..ndid
toward Montgomery.Fully foi. red cement fence po.stand! :LJ.MIrypress flowing wells can be had
$2,500() the life insurance company --- fence posts. A. li. .larrell, on shares of crop, or cash rent as
r I STANFORD CO. has already spent in expenses At Kissimmee Drug ('0 desired. NELSON REALTY CO.
of detectives and lawyers in searchingfor
: Fenn and fighting the suits in FOR SALE-The wire fence and |: WASTED
the courts. While the Southern States cedar posts around grounds of ,.1-
and of- Chapter House. In first cia con-
conducted the active search
: ;,: KISSIMMEE FLORIDA x fered the reward of $2,!>())0l half of dition. Inquire of J. M. Willson, WANTED-At once an Incubator 50
Jr. 4! -tf I to 260 1
the expense was paid by the SecurityLife > eggs capacity, must be in
I -?, !:II yl and Annuity company, of good condition and at a low cash
95fa Greensboro, N. C., in which Fenn carried FOR SALE-17 acres of land adjoining i I price. Box 673, Kissimmee 39tf "
$10,000 of insurance, in addition the city limits, splendid 6- 'I.
to his $5OOO in the Atlanta corpora- acre bearing orange grove, all good LOST-one jeweled Phi Delta Phata
tion. orange land but about 5-acres. j' fraternity pin. If returned suitable
I" .. Affidavits Stop Suit. which is lower ground very rich reward wil "be paid. C. A. Canon. ,
44444444444a i444444 Cordele, Ga.-Affidavits sufficientto and productive, fine for tricking 401!. t
4 all and farming. This property can ------
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bring to a complete stop pro- -
J. ,> Wants to Know About <:. ceedings in the courts for the $15- be had at a bargain price and on
; .{- Road Improvements. 000. insurance on the life of AugustusJ. favorable terms :jf payment. We I
4 4 Fenn, supposed dead for two and a have many other desirable propositions I II Downing Realty .Co. sell
u ' W. C. Hill, writing from 900 4 half years,. was located Monday in that we would like to how
;; 4 Eureka street, Lansing. Mich., ff New Orleans, were' signed in that to parties, who :are looking for an I I City Property.
\ ABSTRACTS in a letter to the Gazette 'qy s. > place, according: to the story of rela- excellent location where they can ,
> "I expect to' leave here about > tives and -insurance representatives grow fine citrus fruits vegetablesand I
;' < Dec. 1 for your State and may < who returned today. have advantage of high school '
: : ::1 <0spend the winter in your city. > When J. Williams and Joe Espy and.good, churchss.. Nelson Realty I I 44-tf.
: OF TITLE 4 if'it ia not asking; too much of > sons-in-law of Fenn were in the act Co., Over Citizens' State Bank Kis- I FOR RENT signs for sale at this

otikT'), ,ih i 'I -- 4> you I would be pleased to know <9> lof boarding a train in New Orleansto simmee Fla. office lOucflnts each. .
< what is being done in the line return to Cordele they prevailedupon
.to > of road improvements in your < Fenn to return with them. They FOR SALE-Eleven acre farm all WANTED-lOctober number Smiths' s
S section and ia there anything < assured him that the reconciliationwith cleared, five acres fenced and in high Magazine. S., J Triplett, Valley
> being done in the line of bridge his'wife and children and other state of cultivation good new one- Gazette. ,
Lands in Osccola County 'I.<. and culvert business. Thank- > time came hq refused saying that room house, about fifteen bearing ---____ h_ _ _
ing you in advance for the he had business interests in Mexico, orange trees about fifty young Furnished Room. For Rent Cards
I' ':. above information and hoping <. and that he would return there. grape fruit figs and pear trees. for sale at the Gazette office. 1!
I w Furnished by < that Wilson is our next l'rcn4 "The embarassment, of meetingmy This is an exceptionally good pieceof I
i <. dent." <. wife and children and friends un- land as the crops now growingon
R. G. der such circumstances would be it will show. Only about a mile MISCELLANEOUSWADE };
JOHNSTON 4 + .c- + + + + + + C ?44444444 more than I could bear." was whathe from city limits. $1,100.00() takes
14. told his sons-in-law. He stated crop and all. Downing Realty Co. I the tunor. Orlando.
1u CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT A Long Life Ended. that he might return home someday 44tf. '
I FranCIS Flint passed to the other but that it would not be soon. --------
.- life on Saturday, Oct. :2i( at the goodi Both Williams and Espy deny that FOR SALE-Lot 6 in block 24, on- MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co and
f i of 8K years and f> months. He Fenn at any time while in New Or- Misting! of 5 acres/ as shown in Kis- we will get a drink of the beat soda
Prices of Abstracts are Governed by Statutes of came here two years ago with his leans gave out a personal interviewto simn-.ee Valley Land Co., flat of water made. 31-tf
$ F\;\ $ son George with his family and grandchildren the newspapers. Asserting that Kissimmee Park. Price $250.) '
tjf ? the state of Florida I so tHat four generations he never made the statement that his I Terms to purchaser. J. A. Wrigley, FOR SALE-One) 2-cylinder, 20h. p.
I &; dwelt,| under one "roof. The great- supposed drowning was framed up in Bay and Newnan street', Jacksonville marine engine/ ; weight 27H Ihs. G.
f : grand-father was a veteran of Co. B. order that Mrs. Fenn might get the Fla. 42-4t. E. Mattocks, 43tf
100th Ind. For sometime he has been insurance with Roberts and Land, the
I helpless from paralysis. Saturday main witnesses for the prosecution, FOR SALE-Good ten-room house;; I JOIN OUR COOPERATIVEfcbToNY -
he quietly closed( his eyes in his last for them to make any particular state- suitable for boarding or rooming; i j located near Tampa on S. A. L.
sleep' llm name, as also of his son, ment to the courts. bath and toilet good barn; lot,, 66 i' Railway. Members get land at a 1
i is enrolled on the books of the G. A. x150 feet; five minutes from depot. fraction of the usual cost Large-
,w\ K. Post of this city. On Tuesday the Two new cottages city water and number of allottmens taken, and
I' _,__ 1 remains left, accompanied by the son, NOTICE. sewerage; vacant lot on paved new town building. For information -
i for the old home at Bedford Iowa. I In order to get a reduction in insurance street, 66x150 feet. Four acre )I address N. R. White St. Cloud t
:4 : rates will give a reductionof 200 large bearing Fa-| l
1 The infirmities of age prevented we orange grove, I 409pdBARGAINS
r I Comrade Flint from taking an active )10 cents a .strand, in lots of five trees, 4 miles from town. Also 500
I* part in community affairs, but those strands 15 cents a strand This re- acres! of fruit and truck land one to j'
r I who knew him well esteemed him as duction will be good until November three miles from town. Call on or '
.; l.Mh. Kissimmee Lumber Oo. 45-2t address. II. N. Bratton Owner.41tf
t" one who had reached. the summit of '
,. ku life without a thing to mar his long : I !IAHE
k I journey of life.-St. Cloud Tribune.W. \OTJTK TO t Rha) '.'""*. FOR SALE-2 h. p. International h
(Harvester gasoline engine in good
II Pope, linotype machinist on ------e.- running order. Will sell at a sac- I leIF
,1 j the St. Augustine Record, spent Friday I. 4 ourt uf tae <%.....? Ju t.... rifice if taken at once. Apply at YOU LOOKING FOR THEM?
(, . in the city with, old friends and ....... of florid Gazette office. :37tf! I SO, ASK
: . I looking over the city lie went to I. '... .:...... of ...r....l. <'ou.tyi I I
\ I Orlando this afternoon and will go <.h.rlr. Fr......... ItrffmrnrA.I'o FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story II MRS. SUMMERS "
) to St. Augustine Monday.The all Cr.--dllor. I.........". l>l..rlhu..-.-. house with porches and 11 rooms. ) R, of
I i : Four times as much in first cost and all l'.-r..... .."1.. (1alM or !>..- 67 V4 feet of ground by 147%. Excellent Lake View cottage, South Kinsirn- e.
1 Hallowe'en ball given at the rud In air.lBi>t Said K.'mtr< place for a first class rooming \ mee, Fenneld w
- : , .- and five times as much in after Firemen's hall last evening was attended You. and '..aeh of you. air hereby and boarding house. Come, let'' avenue, near Clyde ave
\ I by a large number of Kissim- Mottled and rfqulred to present any us show you this property; we I nue. Clyde Avenue is second street j
I; \' A cost- you are asked to pay for mee's young society people and proveda rlalniH and demands whl-h you. or will Introduce you to the twner''' west of Court House, running south.
most gratifying success. Dancingwas cither of you. may have BKalniit the with whom you can deal direct. fj
< ,f: \ cars'po more comfortable sure or t kept up 'till the wee sma' hours. relate. or Charles Edward Franklin dpcpiKfd Nelson Realty Co., Iviesirtmce, l Kla. A choice five-acre farm; fenced v'
.' I iHle of Omrola County. Florida. good well, neat little house. A good
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speedy than the Vanadium-built Good Talkers
and Good Writers.
r to underpinned executors of saidestate FOR SALE-One of the best small investment, for little money.
Good Talkers are rarely good writ \ within two yearn. from the date' ,
Ford. A rather farms in the State; consisting of -
expensive tribute ers, and vice versa. Good talkers are hereof. a, t.
those who fill up the conversational Dated. October 30th A h. 1112* forty-two acres of land, about one A select city home of eight:rooms; '
; , ;.. : to false pride, isn't it ? gaps. ,A conversational gap is the H M URKAKKU mile from house city limits. Has fairly modern; location ideal. .
\. absence of talk. good about fifteen acres in
Gaps come when ELLA M. FRANKL.IN. '
cultivation and rest fine timber and ",
: Runabout thought lags. Talkeri must be ready ,46-81 Executors
f $525I A six-room
land. This has been furnished
to pasture one of cottage, or t.1' 1
h I Jump right in and fill up the gaps unfurnished. : ;
the '
best
producing farms in this
' Car without ,
Touring 600 thinking.
section and ..
any one with a little -
Good writers must ----
make
.. j: Town Car 800 great huge thinking which gaps must; hustle in them can make an easy Some desirable
l I II gaps living on it. 2500.00 takes farm lots close In, $260, wto w-:
w be used for concentrated
C meditation Downing Realty Co. sell and that is $500. ')
crop now growing it.
on
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v'tF f. after which the written resultof 4
These new prices, o. b. Detroit with ; comer worth in the k
Crop neighborhood of 'yi4'
that, meditation. Good talkers timber lands. ,
t j, all equipment. An early order will mean must stop talking when they com- i $500. Downing Realty Co. 44tf. Some choice- Citrus Groves the ', -

[ Get to write. This is finest in the market. ?
j ; an early delivery. > particulars from mence always hard .;
for them. Good, writers are too care- FOR SAL -A dandy little \ten acre S
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1 r ... .S. W, Downinaaaent.. .. Kissimmee. Fla. ful what they ,say to consent to fill) ..-.tf.I farm just outside city limits, on ., 'I'1 ,
f <-. __.. sudden talkingaps with men chat- f fine> hard road. Good new two room
'. ;c ." 1 f ... ter. I ORDER YOUR tree at one from house splendid deep well and other Mrs -Summer. '
This may make it dear to many Grifftag Bro, W. H. Brokaw sala.- Improvements. Will be sold at a Mary r'
WWSL\ a woman why her literary ambition man, room No. 1-. State Bank: BuildIn bargain if taken soon. Downing
/ are so slow to maUrialUe.Ufa. *. 40tfs Realty:). exclusive .agent 44tfv Uknhw Cotttie reilj; )pit y' r
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