The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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': " Mr. RIDDLE-' : HERE All Made in. K rssimmeej j 'HAD VISITED.--- HERE, 'COMMENCBJIENT' :DAYS, .

.liner, fitanic'Carries' toTheir J Death> Prominent A., C 1.. Official;'Visits . --,-...- Astor,Who'Perished on'Titanic,Spent Successful, School) ',term. W31'dose i

; '\ 'More Than, 1200 Persons. ,the I Kissimmee, ,Prairie.', 11 ( f first, :Honeymoon. in .Kissimmee., With Intir'esting Cxerdsc5,
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:The whole civilized was shocked Mr Morton Riddle een.ralluperin Mr. A. F.. Spawn Serves 'a3 Very Interest ,
l y i" ; r world / Of special to Kissimmee The program has been arranged for. "
' "b .*jon Tuesday ,by 'the, news of what has tendent of the A., C. L. was the, guest Unique Banquetlatlthe Food ;connection1 with, the wreck ef:'the'liner the ..commencement exercises of- the '

proved,, to be the world's greatest mat: of number of local citizens. one trip Products-Factory.,'Each'; of the ,Titanic on:' Monday Is the 'fact that Osceola High school, which ,will take ';

'I '!" tins di.ater.;;when the White Star'liner to the Kissimmee Prairie' 'on 'Mondayand John,Jacob Astor the' multimillionaire place May 918. This occasion which i
'Titanic sank off Newfoundland Tuesday of this week, The parly Courses Made from Some New who '
r carry : was among those' who 'perished, is the biggest of the school, year, will .
:', ins to a watery rave'"more than twelve accompanying consisted of 'I. M Sort of Flour.IOrlandoTGuesU. spent his first honeymoon in this city be,'particularly '.significant.In,the local e

i GR: hundred peopled;: L'eei.A.U.: ;. Donegan, ,Frank. Vans This visit will doubtless be remembered School this year, for the year-1912 has '
r The Titanic was the largest and they Agnew. R.' W..Meiklejoin and. II. Clay ''The associate edit was a guestjat a by many of the older inhabitant; :Astor Seen. tht development of, the school r'IYr3 x

N&jMweat. ocean liner, the disaster occurring Stanford.The, purpose of 'the Junketwas unique dinner on Wednesday served by brought ,.his" bride here, and from reach the point where an\.enlargement, '?;,4 '
;I:'" on her' maiden ;trlP* ,Tbe vessel to show 'Mr. Riddle :the, poesy' | Mr. A.., F. Spawn, at his canning plant Kissimmee they'm de a, cruise >down of Its facilities absolutely.'

;. _;Jammed Into an Iceberg ,Sunday' night. bllities of this section In order that he just soutl) of town to'" 'a number 'of the lake and river' In the palatial'old The school board has already'taken'thematter

about ten o'clock and sent out immediate might be In a better position' to ,act members of the new 'industries''' committee frzJ' steamer; the Hamilton Disitonl;,, This up; and It Is lively that by next. e r

r calls;iby wireless for help.:. Before when requests for extension of service of the Orlando Board of Trade.; vessel/, was afterward dismantled run fall the departments of the-. school will' I ,
any other vessel could reach her how; come to the railroad. The trip was in ; aground at Oliver's be '
''i' Te meal| was unique In that thej:only ,Jsland,sand a packIng -, divided. s
{ she plunged under the see carry- every way a'success. Mr. Riddle 'not article* of'food that was composed of ; house was built upon! the hull. The 1 The.,.commencement .:iefcl.thf.year Jr; 'i,

1 vJng down; so far as is known at, this only thoroughlZ'enjoyed himself but the usual ingredients was 'tba' water structure' may be' seen .on the'' Island i mark the close of a term remark't r 4'

1 1 wrltlne.'allexeept. 866 ot the people on he was astonished at the great richness and it was the purest Kissimmee !pro: now.Astor; { ably successful in every way. In the, ',

,' V board. of-the, country, lying south of Kis iluct,-"ut'of the depths\ of the earl '. met ill.. 'death' upon his .second face"of great difficulties the 'teachers

The' vessel'. carried to their'' death a : simmee. ''He'will undoubtedly be concluded from theforel: honeymoon. Some months ago his. marriage have', performed ,their duties with, a '

number :of notable people. Including; I counted among the staunch friends'of going that the party dined On< nightingales to Madeline 'Force created\inter faithfulness and, devotion ,most'' commendable ' .

,.. John Jacob Astor Henry B.. Harris I'' this section hereafter. tongues au gratin champagnes national 'comment.: They' were returning add have held the school tot', '1 $,

1.tbe'theatrl' al manager. Major Archibald Th." trip to Turkey Hammock'was de mignon, gopher gumbo, vox :Jpopull, J. ;MB.A.; r.SPAWNsomething from a European tour on the TItanic a high standard of efficiency iii,'every b, +i iwsy.

l, Butt President 'Taffs aide, and made by boat, the party taking autosat epluribus unum or any of those other .Mrs'.' Astor was among the Ires- ., .No' .city 'In the state carf boast' ',

j Jaques Futrelje) the author. that point and going to Pine Island fancy furrin dishes. Far
Mr. The"actual money loss through .the Hunters Lower Camp and to a -' olnt such. We dined on something better 'the pure foods of the- Spawn factory.-- school The>citixens.'WIU: doubtless'

aa.kine".of! the Titanic including the below Bassenger and some 86 miles than all of these,-just plain bread and It took tae'a. ..,35 minutes to walk out 1 PRESBYTERY'' M'ffTS .' show their appreciation of this fact by

value of the vessel itself, will be about from this city. The route practically pies and coffee and ices .made from the before 'diner, ,. He came back 'after' their attend ce],upon the following;, ,

'f tL, .) .The.vessel was considered covered the great Kissimmee. prairie, staple and easily raised products of the ..wenty minutes and felt so '- exercises: 1 '. n, '

the ,l..t. word in the big ship class and and was a revelation not only to Mr. I rich Kissimmee soil. Sweet potato fine he tried to town.fight* with .the'blgjtMt Reports Show Great J>!rofrtS5 During Thursday; May; '9,"'8''p.-m., -Annual! w"

-was thought to, be practically unsink- Riddle but to the local people who did I bread for example,-toothsome, light, n an In haven't declamation contests, '" V t ; t i
/ Pad Year.
,; able.; not really know the prairie. There Is I altogether delicious; Dasheen cookies, tried any if Spawn's foods try 'em.The7'h Girls' contest }forthe, caraon\sjedal,! '
I. Her.navigator was Captain Smith, a every reason to believe, that this visit the kind that mother used to make; p 4t Iron In your lood. The Presbytery of Florida met in the boys' for, the Nelson medal.'I.

.. .p gallant and skillful seaman, but who will mean much to the future of KIs- cocoanut pie with all the rich, nutty Those who enjoyed 'the dinner on First Presbyterian church on Tuesday. Friday; May 10,' 9.. m.-Promotion; M '

... (bad recently been followed apparently slmmev and the tributary territory. flavor retained; banana coffee not an Wednesday were,-from Orlando: The ministers and elders began arriving exercises. for first, second, third, and, y' '.. ''' "

. 'r .by bad luck. He.was In two less serious imitation of the regular profluct, but A I Mr. M.' O. Overstreet chairman on Monday evening and the executive fourth grades."*' : :.

: mishaps before this great disaster. VISIT NARCOOSSflE delightfully! fine flavored .be lthful Board of* County Commissioner of commission began their work early' Friday, May' 10, 6 p. m.=' Eighth

xC'1' Captain Smith went down with bis ship substitute for it; cassava ice, especially Orange county,' Mr. G. C. Keller: Tuesday morning. grade graduation exercises. j '.

J' 'v.. '$a' did ;most of the men both of the enjoyable on a hot day. The whole Editor Orlando Reporter-Star ''Mr. C. On Tuesday altemoon'there was helda Sunday; .May 12, 11 a. m.-Annual

crew and the passengers. Colony Stockholders Make Trip to menu was constructed of products 'of E. Johns President South Florida moat helpful Sunday School Institute commencement sermon, 'by 1)1':.A. J,' l

Many tales of splendid heroism on New'' Florida Project the Spawn factory, it was not ,only Foundry air, E. F. Sperry Secretary with addresses by Rev1. A. W. Pierce Holt, of the Baptist church. v. '' ..:

r the part of the men on the vessel are 1 palatable but satisfying. The a. e. South Florida, Foundry Mr.' S. A. of Green Cove Springs Rev. O. W. Al- Monday, May 18,1 9 a. m.-Promotion v .. .( '

reported-men of vast wealth and social Under the chaperonage of Messrs. had been advised before going to eat Johnson, capitalist, Mr. H. A Grant, bertaon of Candler and .Rev. W. A. exercises ,for, fifth;. -.Ixthw seventh, .:'':'J. Ir;

prominence sharing honors in this F. B. Cramer and C. W. Brans a partyof his regular dinner but he bad faith, in' Manufacturer;from Kissimmee Messrs.M. Provine, D. D., of Nashville, T.nn., ninth tenth,' and eleventtt grades. '. .', '.. '

with the bumble seamen. some twenty; retail grocers of Ohio I mis Then in the evening Rev. Dr Provjne Monday, 13 '1 8 / "' 3 .-
..regard more Spawn and the faith was 'not S. Shupe W\ H. Jones, J. H. Reed May p. mt-Senior I (J1.'j
passed through this city Thursday en placed. It'was 1:30 when the meal be-' {i. E.'Powell, J. D KuykendalL The preached the ope'nhllfeermon snd Rev( class graduation exercises. "' .':) "

W. C T: u. MEETS route to Narcoqssee to visit' the Townsite lands I I gan. After walking. to thecaenerya.e'a. ladies who prepared and served the E. G. McLean was elected Moderator.The On, Thursday night ,May,;9)) an admission . ,.,; !
.H of the Nsrcoossee Farm all appetite'was in fine fettle and .the way spread In so excellent a way were: Mrs attendance
Co. The members of the party are I be went for that sweet potato bread W. Ht-Jones,Mrs. Lois Lore and Mrs. in the history of the Presbytery the expenses of 'commencement, ..t>ut' ', '

Organization, Hears Good Report of stockholders said Mr. Cramer states I was a marvel. There must have been A. D. .Langlois. v and the reports were most encouraging.The all the other avdhpHAAa will --, ',' "iJ
: Meeting. that their purpose in coming is to look I growth in membership the past r
,. over the ground 'thoroughly and to I I ; v.. year ass, twenty! .per., egret...., In',the ..: FINE- OFFICES' : ;: w..itis
?! The meeting of the W. C. T work out some of the detailed plans of I MEN AND RELIGION; c 'most'palmy dftys/ of Florida before the :

Friday was one of Increased numbers the organization.The I freeze of !96, the prospects were not -, }j
,and interest After tb. transaction of men were all delighted with the{i I FORWARD MOVEMEN brighter than'they are today, Judge. Johnson filling Up,Cleborate' '

I the, '''regular) ; business, Mrs. Aultman country near this; city; Coming through The. sermons -and services, of 'the Real Estate Headquarters -. : .

1 gave a report'of the district convention Georgia they ''were somewhat disheartened : Presbytery were enjoyed. by t tany'of. ;
recently"held 'at,.St. Cloud. "Then"fol at the dreariness of the THURSDAY. APRIL NDING ;SUNDAY NIGHT the local people; A large force* of men has been 'at'' ': r N,7

lowed the literary program in charge of land .but as soon as they left Jacksonville : " \ : -, work.the past two weeks'putting: in
'' This1 was furnished "., and '. -v : shape the offices to be occupied by) the '
Mrs., McPbatter. to "chirp ,
t''t, entirely by.. Northern ladies Mrs. they better began satisfied with every up. mile The i'kick off" of the oval campaign their.,: boysthe;. best, . aplW. stock of PLfNTYf OF fUN. Kissimmee Farm Land, Bond and In-, ''s '
grew the Men and Religion Forward the nation. r ,
of. ; ,;' : v ltmentCoatpan7t\ and :
;\ Sears of Michigan read a- very Inter- they ''advanced toward Kissimroee.: /: by Judge ,
Movement took place Thursday night, i Mr. Marcus <;:Ia" introduced :.Johnson. '
Mrs. : was Andrew, The offices
and .are
.estlng paper on "Franchise, Several of the men ,wUl visit Tampa Hunker's Corners win be Played at ,
Barrett of South Dakota told of the and Cuba before returning Ohio. when short addresses' were 'made by as an expert along the .lines oif social located on the first floor of the Citlxen's ,
four members of the team who will service.. He the doctrine Opera 'House Tonight. Bank Building;;. ,having' entrance. "
.: work of/the W. c., T. U. in that state. Urged that on, ,
Music and refreshments completed the have, charge of the meetings in this the religion of Christ must be preachednot Barrels of fun-will, be served'.up tonight Broadway and on 'DarUngtonavenue: :

", afternoon.-' FIND GOOD ROADS city: The t attendance not Urge only into! the souls of men, but Into at the Opera House when the The Broadway front-will ',?-occupiec1.::; '- z y

This_was one o Lth.moet important but the Interest was great, and the earnest their lives. He gave auggeltroo.'toftb. comedy"Hunker's Comers" is presented by the real estate company ,of: .which .

meetings ,of the year Several committees Auto Party Enjoys .Pleasant i Trip to enthusiastic messages brought by; lines he,would follow..during, the by some of the best local dramatic Judge Johnson Is president, and ,theji ,
were!,appointed to make reports the speakersgave promise of a successful campaign ,by a brief discussion of the talent. The participants have been Darlington avenue offices will ',,be' used,, 4 ';', ,
local the fast Coast-;', meeting here. of the : by> Judge Johnson as hU slaw '
; ,at next: meetinjrja regard to some : problem criminal.- The idea in faithfully rehearsing the past several Ii.
'. Interests that seem to need, attention. A party of fifteen fa which was Included After the preliminary, exercisesChairrman ". ; the past, ...' aad, bas been "punishmentand day and everything hi shipshape The :,rooms bare//been oanpl.tely"i', '

;. '!!The next meeting will 'occur May 10th: a representative' of.the Gazette, A. S. Nelson' introduced .., the not correction 'It Is coming to be The scene of the ;,play Is I a. country 4 altered, and when the 1 corn- ... .:y\\; ::4'

and the' literary program )'wOl' be in, made the trip by'' automobile', to ".Day. leader of the' team. Mr. Geo. E. M od7.wbo' the'reverse., &s Is :shown In the better store, where a series of amusing stunts listed, "will I give pare ,'of'th.f'' most+f'o;'\/ 'ft':, ... '

Flib .*hsrge of Mrs, J..W.,Miller tona and New Smyrna and return 'last brielly'stated'the'purpose' r .of,,the treatment of the juvenile' criminals. are pulled;off by a variety of.typical ijeborate and, completely 'equipped ); ". ',:'!'t f;;

- :.;.., r rk .' ql week; ;Evidence!: of recently; v Improved movement..knowledae'r'otChrist to be to bring'men into; apersonal Rer/Frank' F. Fitch. ;:the Biblj Study characters. .' om,\'Washington Scott, re alty ofllces In the'city.. -.Thedierent'd.partm.nts t.' "

l} *'? Afi: l INTERESTING I ,PLAN road. were found all'''alon the soap, toiadd expert,spoke of the unchanging power the .colored 'helper, ls a whole .show in of the ..aI oQicekl(1! be'V "h. ,
: men to the churches and to arouse the ) :-,:
\, and In both Orange, and .Volnsia men of .the,Bible In its ,,relation to the. lives, himself.. 'Aided .and abetted,, by ..ButHunk.n separatedtiby'hatd.ome,,, 'ralHngvand.very : <- _-.b? "
In the 'churcb to their ,
,Kdutles.The' Caroline Rail facility will be provided. 'the'i '
counties V. found the good work going of men.- "" Pry, elalmiatlc .1ot. ,,.
.... CoVrt. pondeat.Suggests a Develop? on with road, gangs composed of county ;Christian Aui.rlca'in'men hi..aId. bold. ,'the ,Several meetings were held this mom- Jackson 'and*,a .lot of other amusing convenient transaction of.Imstness.( .A':_'

agent Company for Wssimmee., .: convicts.', I oestiny of. their hands.The toe and afternoon, Tonight Dr. W'I.. folks, .be .will'keep' the audience in a striking feature of the offices'wilt be a p
'second waMr.; FriendE.
this ; simmer of hilarity all evening., complete, model of the'Sanford] .
at drawback
One to trip present !
: of.the C. Mahon wlU :speak the Christian .
Mr..WIII. Hahroan.' president; .- Hoyt. an expert in work with boys.H atr' wor4g
John's Sure,.' there'are a, couple pf, love plan of tlon. '
"crossing the SC river Which church ; 'f.$
; time' ,. The meetings' 'well
.s be done by ferry, but we are Informer declared that bas come are, all scenes, and participants 'In this The Whltmore.tract is to, be pi .. ;
haste '
-makei ,.
: Gazette a taortlt'gtteoding.;;
the ,
:ee1etter .to Valley when men should pat: l less attention to. ? '
; 'of the have been 'practicing onrth.r market 10 '
k by Judge
that bridge/ will hbe part play g 4M
( a shortly ,
Ji consideration, 'We publish the letter."' erectedat, C ok'>FelT7 at the 'end 'of -. .. : :' :. ' faithfully to make '',thefir ,scenes i:most" ..pany.t be sold in'.mail:
4r't : Celery aenu.8; just out, of, ..Sanford, Thursday 7:$0 at the PresbytorWChurch' the,Kick"Off.lAddress'by .- realistic and the purchasers''will be aid
;Editor,Valley Gazette Kisslminee* Fla. and' ,this will' greatly facilitate, travel the Team.. Each !speaking 10 minutes:' : .' '"Hunker's Corners" will be the event properly arranging the",, 1rriP we'7 } '
", Dear Sir;: I enclose clipping from the.Hastings by uto. There u'no' more beautiful e of the season iii Kissimmee,'and nc-one system for;.the various tracts. '
,, ''. News regarding the Hastings or:'delightful automobile trip'anywhere Friday, : April the'19th;;; at Presbyterian. Church.. .,' :, .'' I who en joys a laugh can afford to'missTonight' offices Pow,' being; _:fitted .u p'.wlg tire- s
1": ; 'This' ,, I ..take"It ,,9:*O A. JL-Prayer'and Praise.: . '
d Development than this"one,' .nd'\wlth\ the'i energy .. i,. "It; : ( ;. s doubtedly.become a center o<5 Interest: Y '
F : U worked something like our North- '<945 A..M AddressV "Need and Opportunity for Men andBoyain'the, '' '
;, now being displayed Ill:,Improving;, the ' c. for'.homeseekers othenf'la.tber!;; : \ t'
: .iSunday
Modern ,
Church ,
popular in by Geotge'E.Moocf .
r building associations, so V\ as '
ern, rods It is bound to i become more and .. I l J 1" coming.months, the land which (s to \ ',
I? ; this .tate./: It, has,.si ways seemed to 10:15 A. M. -Address. "The Church and Social Problems," :by:;Marcus '
with. : ,be offered for sale is among" th .best cAi4'thba.cticdaditbe..eompan.ylbw
'lilt that Kissimmee" was ,in particular more' popular :;Florida'motorists' ,1 C.Fagg., -. ,! ', ,' / . ,Morning Seryicts. I I / *0 fi.J "4

& Died! of an institution of this''kind. If and the tourists,, ,who. bring their a1100'A.'! .!M.-OpeuConference: : .' :a"l"olDta) of 'Weakness- I in Mel'l'. Work Members jof the Ja :kson'vt1f. team y ,

"k., U were that In the town of Kissimmee machines.down. ,,from the north. :with, :in the--Church kb( ) Pointsof Strength Me'n'a orkJI"tb. Church. will'r speak l on Sunday'at '''O'clock'at the planned hnprovemenU; that will insure ,.. o '
.known.' Is an'an of them.) >* -_ \ 11130.A...M.--''' Bible in Action!' by Frank F Fitchi:. the' ''ChrisUan,'.Methodist and' Presbyterian drainage all the;JowerHMCtions; 4 .
there opportunity '
/ .One thing that'attracted'' the'' attentionsrof :. ', '.. ' making ..t.I7'aa1lab; ., ;and,, '.will; .
i* 'establishing buying a lot andbuilding ; 20 P.:M: Pteaby an4Pr&l.e.' : '"' :. .churches. ,Come Jhear Ihitnu 't' F V
: s the entire,I' party, and called Friday.. :.- Churchy-Prayer also, lay, off roads,, throng ) t" lhetraetsu .
house with a smaller amountof 2:15 P. M Addreu 'Individual .'' .. .r I v' '
a forth many 'commendatory, .remarks ,- : EvangelismbyGeo E.: Moody.8KX ? '' TM'eontenience': -to-, ..transw?: ; l> -
d.', capitalJhanjjt.reo;! : ire. at present; was the planting of shade trees along ., > P. M.:-:Address:(,. "TheBoy: ; ,problem,'",.bt: Friend E.'Hoyt. _rr'-: .. . Muter Gerald,;'Rivers .entertained'a poftabod and the quality' otJIUI4' ) :e i
w F
':tnat'is, ,, that,a person could )borrow a the public roads In'Orange and;--Volnsia FridayEvening at the Christian Church.; ." "". "J**,'. 1' ; I large"numbeVof his little friends ;and wUi combine to)make W.;,one>;,;oi' the, '! 'w

larger rtlo .of..the:>ecessrytjcapitalthan counties'. 'Miles of-,'the'" ,trees !.have ' :?O P..M'.'.:: ; ,the .Gospel',.Home.- 'andrtuNon.Christian7 schoolmates Thursday afternoon' of las beat. of the. ,local, colonization-. projects. .
":can >obtained,' from the ..bankson" bh'eCrat liWo.f week In honor of his eleventh birthday: "' '
;;"i//. been planted;which In a few yrs will .xLands, : I ..CMabwn-; t ,' '' ; I, ] '
real htat.'ands ,'* : .
,",juf. *>*'security paying of,back the ;monthly plan; It add; greatly' to (the :feom'fdrt'- 'and' Saturday' ;';April the 80th Christian Church. I : 1' "', Mr,' M.H;'Caldwell': who..spent the Growing:<; Alfalfa' Jo..flerida-\\ ,

fj I. | /Onldlead, 'to':more people,settling faKissimmee pleasure of the'traveller.. '9:80 A. M.Prayer and Song Service.- . .r"", -f 1 winter 'bere .With' bIi daughters, Mrs. A'few year ago 'few''p.opl.ww; j 7''

!; and buildingup town i Rynning of New York, 4 8:46 A.-M.i-Addne."Pny.r'sa. an,Agency of,the Kingdom,",by'W. L.CMahon. '.- W. C. Bass: and ,Mrs, Jr A.. Lancaster, that,fodder could be r&tMCIID''FIorlda, :* : .
:Miss' Agnes ..
k i 'faster.'. --Perhaps you do not want this sath.guestof, Mtas. Elizabeth' Ault-' ','- ' *' -.",' ' '' left' last night for his home' in Salem, Hay'oats and, eoiri'all >shipped. In'for : ., a: =

'eI...of settlers.. There may be some .. "Vu t. W,." ; 10:30'A.( M. =Address;.,"Social I 1 Service" by,Marcus C.;If'agg.:: I V.'Caldw.U- was charmed 'with 'feedfox horses and eat U*. Now all 'h'
them but there mua : 11:16 A. M.-Address. "The Efficient Bible Class," by frank F. Fitch.; Kissimmee; and, though be"Is 85;:years of these crops)'are grown In 'abundance. ,. ' ir '
? : (undesirables"v among make 'Mr.'J. S.. Floytf.; of ,the'local office of ) ,:SO P. M.' 'At the M.tboditChllreh.-Pni.. Service. ": : :_ of age speaks of selling, his interestsInVirginia in'the state:" " '. '
Q f, are many men wbo would \ 2:46 P. M.-Address, "The Boys Bible Class '
) young by-Friend"E.
th.e:.Title. Guaranty" Co.:?: returned to tfl ; ; ,Kand'coming here to :start 'Within the put two years alfalfa baa!
i f 'goodnnder such a, !an.oura"trufy.: 7:80 P. M. M.tbodiat Church-Mass Meeting, addressed br* Frank F.; .. '
'-.. WM. TTAHUAJf. this city; Thursday'after several weeks . .fltch.. ... :' ... "" -- life aneWr He'has been an Interested been grown;:with"' marked ' '-!. ,
I. ' n ; '
?:. y *% P': 'AD rs.1911. spent m Jacksonville\ 'and other points;" 21st' \ reader of the Gazette for the past yearor several parts efthe.'state.' Fred Kj: ',.1.\ '
:! ,Al toona Sunday April the ,
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T. so, and 'a.a.he found.oar:country 'citizen of St aF Jw:
Woodbeck. manager the I ; ;-t1
''III.ti'r. Mr;: J. D. of : 10:00 A. M. Special Services Sunday Schools for Men and ,
Mr7CJW.-J5arinwas\thl8 week Boys. just what he expected from the descriptions bas raised several :crops of T '
Pastime theater'bought property 'this :.11:00 A. M.- peclal Sermons by.Pastore on'/'Men and! .lipa. ,
t !:, stamigaomenewtasea and''I''cabinets. at'the Intersection of'Broadway . '' be bad :read ;:"; ;, he the onset alfalfa ever.seen :anywhere: ,; 4:
andTenlargements'on week Sunday Afternoon, April the Slsti: '. gained six' founds'..Iii welgbt'in&dshealth ; .
t'When the improvements. ; Brack ''........1. .and will mate his. the,,stock growing- to a' height ot.1 :
,*. : his building are complete Mr and. ail deter' 8:80- Men's Mass Meeting at Baptist'Church. lAddiean.. Uhpardon- was: greatly b Unproved.: ,. life' )bare eighteen 'inches.; .'At Kissimmee.r'r'izxtar;' -- "" "/ :'"t.
borne thenat '
will undoubtedly'have' the'\,;,flneeiatoreof * early, able BhVGor e Eol'oody. TV ; : : :. a !large, number ot, friends InVlrginUwho" \ other. places'there i have been d ; k
:-Dann > ,At'tiie bdur there will be Woman's MauMetingat1k.Metbodt :; jj
: : : \, same a .r.
and rMrsvjWi; who bis. been , .. TSunday'Eveaing an'interestd' Id Florida ;land .
IU ktad In 1n1&D4FIorIda", VChnrcn addressed by Frank F. FlCeb.- 1 be successes;' ,Jtr.VUl'. be ,tried 'out{,, .
s that'will compare most favorably critically ill of pneumonia. ,, ,is. ,.reported April the Slat, at the AuctitorhuD.t .. r sayshe, will tell them a.ail about It when Pineila ''fsA! -, .''"l1IIDm.r.,: + ,'t
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f', " I A SPLENDID MEOING, POST CARD DAY Park TraftifiiBli, ;

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,'" .... "" --' Prof., Evans Returns from Gathering. A Few Suggestions as to Observance ,
: < t, . ? .. Occasion.
of Important .
of High School Principals.Prof. +
for Gown
'. 11'I , *Florida. 'R. M. Evans returned on Saturday May first Is Post Card Day, by official Candidate ,

t'I; Candidate for Governor of from Gainesville, where he' attended proclamation of the governor, and by : ,
... -- Florida. This' Is an Impor-
. --' the .two days meeting of the custom, In /'

,I high; school principals of the state.. He tant day which should be kept in' memory Despite the fact that PARiCv! ''

fe I'I stated to,the Valley Gazette that the by all loyal Floridians. has 'spent but llttla''
.meeting wa by,far the best'ever held There, is a surprising hunger In,the behalf of his candidacy in comparison . :'.
he bad greatly profited north and the west for Information regarding in ;"(
and he felt that to what has been expended, !
movement of the
by attending. There were Prof. Evans .The for Governor.
and the wife other
has been'changed, by
stated, no purely theoretical addresses. people holds a strong lead in the. race .
i members discussed a number ,of, men of today have altered he in
; The will be the/ high man the'
the every day problemi of the'\high advice and are making it read, and with fair chance
: manner South man," and middle first primary to'F
; schools of Florida In a thorough young 'I nominated on first go round"-. ,
old and all' who be
the results of actual man, and man,
tt- 1 weary of the' rigors of the PARK TRAMMELL Is today

4d r experience. climate, and who in the past been a r.
v F Prof. Evans states that there is a and the .western and has always '
j of the ungrateful task of I OF THEPEOPLE'S , I;,
1 strong trend toward a belief that man- weary CHAMPION .. ,
ual training.and domestic science must Ring a living out ot the unwilling 'RIGHTS.:

be taught. in the high schools. lIe himself of the west and the north. He has in private and public life, Iir,,

has been urging the necessity of a Since this hunger for information and bravely foughtthe ,t
education in the secondary garding Florida exists It is up to .
practical battles of the masses .'
schools for some time, and was greatly I people of the state to feed the ,

pleased to find the sentiment so universal Post: Card Day offers a splendid : public record will staTidthelimelightpf;""

hit colleagues In the state. tunity. There are approximately PARK TRAMMELLS dared to assail 1t..: ., They:
among opponenls.have "
in Kissimmee at the and none of his ; not been one ,
He believes the tendency is away from people had Trammell ofr (4-
_ the old Idea that every child mustbegiven time. It each of these would send have done so long ago .' '

l "" f w it a classical training, I in prepara- ten picture post cards of this city for the people law to force raIlroads to pay claims within "ry
tra" who are interested or who PARK TRAMMILL'S forced the rail .
tion for the fixed curriculum which formerly people fee and interest, has ; ? '
a}+ prevailed/ the colleges.]) ; Prof. be interested in Kissimmee it days, or pay an attorney's been worth thousahds of dollars to the .
1'L of his belief, probably start dozens or'scores of to do their duty ,""
L Evans quoted, in support the State. '
the words of the president of the great ple to thinking of Kissimmee and producers franchise of or license tax on railroads created a
who future home. HIS FIGHT for railroads. to over- at
State University at Gainesville, law requiring the pay
We further suggest that on this that brought about a
said, "We don't care so much what ; tax, annually. E,
teach the young people a large number of the magazine ;; Thousand Dollars license THREE-CENT RATE for p 's..
subjects you for a
1'Y of the Valley Gazette be sent out. HE STARTED the fight resulted 10 a reduc-
who are to: come to the University, just The law advocated by him
give; them four years of Rood; Board of Trade recently purchased on railroads. 1 L. & N. railroad to three cents a mile.
so you the
remaining stock of this issue and of passenger rate on freight and express h,
for ..
training. one who desires to send one to a man in Florida has worked harder
APOPKA- TO- ORGANIZE( pective.*ie Valley Kissimmeean Gazette office may free secure of it than he has.RAILROAD, TAXES RAISED That the tax might be equal be- i

The price of a couple d post cards PARK TRAMMELL,
the on the magazine the railroads and the average taxpayer.
Jr pay four million. dollars in
of about
it will give the homeseeker a clear General. suggested a raIse t
r Board of Trade will be formed of the advantages and attractions Attorney assessed value of the railroads meaning a raise of forty thousand'

Orange County Town. this Post section.Card Day-Wednf'sday Let Kissimmee, May 1.SMART in the taxes paid by railroads. Railroad Com
r -
Apopka has decided to climb into the. He is the author of a number of laws giving

r., with the other progressivetowns
band wagon more power.
of Florida. A meeting has been :RoJ shape PARK TRAMMELL'S-policy to advertise tracts of State land

The voters of Florida: are called upon! .to decide many grave questions -at called fotonight by a number of the offered for sale has resulted in the State getting many thousand '

the spring primaries.; It is my desire that every man shall khow exactly where leading citizens of that! pleasant place, SHOES I FOR ALL more from land sales than. would have been received under the

to be able to address gatherings in all the principal of organizing a Boardof .
I stand on these issues. I hope for the purpose policy Ceneral has
communities. Those whom I cannot reach personally must be touched Trade. The meeting is to be held in PARK TRAMMELL since becoming Attorney

through the columns of the local newspapers. Those Whom T will meet personally : the council chamber and will be in the a saving of $10 OOO every two years in State printing. At'x

will be in better position to judge for themselves from having read and considered nature of a smoker. Addresses will be ATTORNEY FEES-He did not say when a cahdidate for

s' my platform. With this in view, 1 have prepared a short synopsis of made by several speakers from other General that he would do all of the legal work for the Internal

the sixteen cardinal reform and principles embodied in my platform for publication towns in the state, and there is every Improvement Board as stated by Mr. Watson ; he said he would assist "'
the of Florida to make I organization the work.\ He has kept his promise; as he'
In every newspaper of the State. I ask people reason to believe that a strong much as possible with ''
c ma'their Governor a* the measure of their approval of my stand on these questions. will be formed. ...s every pledge made to the people and will, during his four years as

That the promoters of this very de- General save about $12,000 in fees for special attorneys.
sirable movement are in earnest is Indi- PARK TRAMMELL is only one member of the Board and Is not ;:

PLATFORM. cated by the following]) which (is taken responsible for the employment of a special attorney since he became j y

First-Extended and increased powers to the Railroad Commission, which from the circular announcing the meet Attorney General. Mr. Watson has been a member of the Lei'islature,1,:*,

will Insure the utmost rights for the shippers and which will guarantee proper ing: why did he not get a law passed preventing the employment of special p.\k
and equitable rates. "A meeting will be held for the pur- attorneys if he thought them unnecessary? 'f.
of forming a Board of Trade, the but a few of the things that PARK TRAMMELL has
I These are
am in
n of Florida is a brutalizing one. pose
8eco d-The convict lease system Read his record
t favor of Its abolishment and the placing of the convicts on the public highwaysof object of which is to promote the interests BUY A PAIR TODAY for the interest of the people as their servant. ''

more roads and I believe that they can be of the city. has been circulated. \
State. Florida) needs' good What have
the1 State has right to "Your presence Is demanded, and BURT Ok PACKAADCO.MAKKK The other candidates have been in the Legislature.-
the no
convict thereon. Also ,
best secured by working our have they to'their
? What laws
L+' profit by the misfortune of its citizens.. The actual labor to maintain'the support failure on your part to attend will sub- BROCKTON, MASS. =; : they done to correct corporation abuses conflict of the interest of
t ? of the convict Is airthe.State Is entitled. Any profit should be set aside ject you to fine, and possible Imprison- I credit upon matters where there was a i
? ?
the benefit of the family of the convict. Because we should punish the ment.It the many and the'special interest classes He dons-
for has
secretary of Your shoe TRAMMELL has a record
shouldbe Mr. J. D. ;Kuykendall PARK '
should On the contrary they
l 47''no reason why his family thelabor'of the suffer convict, and thus the State will the Kissimmee Board of Trade, has ...- end the very something for the'benefit of the people. He is a man that does thing futi
and by
protected supported the meeting render even a better service in $the (
been invited to speak at you bay Konect Shape PARK TRAMMELL will
j be reUevecl"of the possibility of the. family being' public charge. do ,. modelled after with the affairs .of State,, and the needs of'1't'::; ,
'" ; i -, tonight and will probably so. These shoes are ture, as he is more familiar ,
rule of the people and to'meet conditions that t
Third-To reestablish the( shape of the human foot, and the peop'e. .
confront us today. I am In favor of the Initiative' referendum and recall. The Kissimmee Library.The I readily to every curve and joint. fir'I .. ',' SUGAR FARM. '\ ,
1 shall petition or otherwise, make I CONVICTS, ROADS
The Initiative means that the people by Kissimmee Library offers to Its Korrect Shapes are popular '

their desires known to their law-making bodies. The referendum means that subscribers a list of over four hundred men who Insist\ on comfort, fit, style PARK TRAMMELL'S plan to put the convicts on the roads with, '

,all laws passed by lawmaking, bodies shall be referred direct to the people before books by the best authors, any or all of' a maximum of wear.-Made In all the county as the unit for road building Will Not Increase Taxes as

fl they become operative. At an election called for that purpose, the peoplecan which you have the privilege of readingfor up-to-date colon. claimed by Mr. Milton. The corrvict: labor will save the expense of.;:..

+ vote for or against laws* passed by their representatives, and a majority only $2, which secures a single Come In today and try on a pair free labor equal to number of convicts used. .
{ vote fot or against :a law adopts it or rejects it. The recall means that at any membership, or $5 fora family mem- will satisfy It will take an INCREASE IN TAXES of about EIGHT MILLS "
they you.All
? election, special or regular, the people may by ballot determine whether or not bership. Capt. Trench the librarian, to get ready to start Mr. Milton's scheme of putting them on a,sugarcane :
d a public servant whos term has not expired is still acceptable to them, and a will issue you a membership card for ( *ttr Bttrrtjafi hatters nr- And this HEAVY TAX BURDEN will be forAN,, : .
that servant shall Library in State ttt* /fAe tifftr trtaJki tlkmtgk plantation.
majority vote for or against him determines whether or not the above Amount. unseasoned '
Bank building. 8-tf tktjlritioti ft nww tArtnfH, tin mU : EXPERIMENT in cultivating cane for sugar, orj the new .." "
4 eta!,in office or be recalled. and! of the Everglades ,,
thu,.itA a row HI,tn',) ,
.. ..Fourth-I favor additional laws for the control of trusts. Notice. PARK TRAMMELL'S plan will give good roads of known'valu">, a:

fruits of the convict, labor without a heavy tax burden. : .
Fifth There should beTitringenf laws governing all corporations authorized Notice la hereby given that the Tax as but'tbe.'t!
y" 1a -OfCV raise taxes Eight Mills, .
Milton's plan will certainly .
of securities offered by will close on Mr.
Osceola county
to do business.. In Florida, thus protecting purchasers. Books of : ,
C. L. BANDY & will be uncertain.Louisiana's '
May 1st. L..M.Whi n benefits '
such corporations.. 'c
p profits the
16-3t Tax Collector. convict cane farms have made no such "as .,
operations of irresyonslblet.
Sixth-.Florida hy.uffered greatly through the !
,. V set forth by Mr. Milton; the facts show but bare wagesfor. the,;
land 'and colonization figures
favor striclaws. governing
,land companies.. I. therefore, .. ' '17-It
, companies order' to protect alike the 'investor and settlers and the re- convicts.

Jlabl''dealera.. "
Seventh-The drainage of the'land, known a* the Everglade by the State. '

i .ton a.afe.,scientific busls'that will insure,,drainage and reclamation;' and that MICHELIN

-*;the same shall be,drained and saved for'It. people and permitted to go. Into ;

r: ,-. "; the hand of speculator. 'If the State'I. to be responsible for the drainage andeiaamaUonof .. ,', F I.SUBURBAN PROPERTY e
: :: the swamp and overflowed lands/purchaser of unreclaimed 'land '

should be fully advised a, the time, and should not be sold to prospective'' set Quick Detachable

: :tlors until the same have been'''ma'4e permanently habitable and tillable, a. < t

". '' 'Eighth:"The' establishment of an;immlgratio'n bureau; for 'the purpose of FOR SALE-A few 10 acre tracts lu Pmed le, the logoclcal; mirburban. /.:

; all sections of'the State. Florida possesses, a vast Urritpry ClincherMII home property, where lands are high well drained, healthful beautiful location ,
inhabitable the State,'and Ibelieve ? '
,, of and tillable"lands distributed throughout truckingf11
p..... ; overlooking the lake and a pretty view of the town; these are splendid
--t., : It should establish and determine! to have an immigration bureau'that' . and citrus fruit lands and will become very valuable being in the' suburbs of an $t.
, will mid and'assist all section for the development and. colonization of tb s excellent cite town that is growing rapidly.I : Price vary from ,160 ta'Y; .
V, 'propertie- .We ,should lend our effort! impartially to all section, and protect $100 per count des terms of payment, if desIred. We-bare a few.'tract* J
receive what
that he
'eyel7laoneat investor and settler by providing 'reprewitted and ready for business. '
', improved ,
sold him ,
ofr.r.a equalization board which taxes
tax by
;Ninth-The organization i KUsimmee,' Fla.. k
.of- the people shall be uniformly regulated and the State shall receive .Justly its ..
a. proper return from all property holder .. .. .. \ FOR SALE-Fleming home Inside the city limits beautiful cottage !tome. p1,
,,, Ten\!h-.Amendment of the primary election law of the State. ''We should' of 6 rooms all nicely furnished excellent porch in front and one aide-, aufljeient., '
provide for a more thorough publicity of campaign contribution and expendl- 111F FULL out-bulldingll; suffielent well', 176 feet deep Pure soft water, water rise ttJwitWit .Gt
:tutee; and regulate and limit the amount that legally shall be expended by tne In 18 inches of the top of theKro'nl( ; several citrus fruit trees' grapesberrle.,< .w
;4.. candidate for otftc -State and county, and for what. purpose;' said.. 'expenoiture ROUND SHAPE Kinds oi nice) ornamental shrubbery and flow*va. A beautiful home.close iiy ,It'
,,{ J J" shall be authorized..f -' ,. W STRONG a n Owner.. says "SELL", Come, i let us .how you. ;'
; \' EJeyenth, .LecialatloD that will Improve and extend our free', public,school NELSON REALTY CO., It
.-: the State for the education of RESILIENT :
; throughout
r-lIJ"T;;' system providing everyopportunity" c Kissimmee, Fla. "
our children. ? DURABLE .. .
''Twelfth-Continuation of local option and strict enforcement In every county SPLENDID HOME AND ORANGE GROVF-About 3 1.2 acres,' a.yen '
,l .. .*>f the local option law of the State. room house, (good deep well, inside the city limits' owned *--j a Georgia man",
'; 'Thirteenth. -The increased efficiency of the Natlonrl) Ouard and Naval Militia Price $3750, terms it desired.
't of Florida by State and municipal aid.iFourtaenthLegislation NELSON REALTY CO., "
< ,i extending and increasing the power* of municipal Kinsimmee, Fla. ,*
1 and county governments, thus giving the peoplo absolutely home government. t *
Fifteenth-The conservation of'our; patural resource. under control of theStater ., EARL FARM-1R'rE1I inside the city limits nire location, 5 room bousRr "
'f. stables. young grove, nice forest 1 live,$
: > good trucking: and fruit land. owner
_A. ,. '" .. Sixteenth-A conservative and progressive business administration of- the Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim I h.,- Kansas, and will Hell at a rf'RaunaIJfe' price or wou Id'n t the property for :) "

.f>J''t.; '':. State Riving complete publicity ,' all times'of its affairs. ... $1)0! ) per year. distance"ii' '
', !<, .' These-declarations cover the issues which are of most Interest and Import' The same party has alO: acre farm jll' t outside of town- 11 short : ; |
"r [ : -., .., ance to cur people at this time. My record as a public servant should be auffi- No ,Tools Required which we will sell!' l at a burKulII 1'1'1' irt., 'I
.'; ',,', .L', _dent to !Insure the u.Uce.ant.; wisdom\ stand .on any :qu .tiQ1l. ,!." _import-.. . .. We.bay any kind of a farm city prnlc| ?ry( or grovp, rtr invostnx-tiU: ol'a saf*}11t'
shall .safer 1 have always and consistently' been on the side and relable nnture. "J'
ante arise
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.. ':'j\-;\: ',.;,, "; of the people* a whole as my record;;willshow.. I stand for-a cbnservatjve. ; JN, STOCK NE.LSON KI-JALTY; ( (P.> ,t 1 1hnrrinmee ;
;1t'', '' 'f'',, ,*-.busin M' administration of:' the '&iralrsof: .the State of FlorWa. ,If elected, I 17tf: I ' 1.'la.f .
::- ,,shall undertake to perform my part of a great work as thO\"OUghland. patient.Jy .' '
\;,. .', "; 'as If engaged In,the management ,.ot'a vast enterpriae*of ray; own Updetaucp W CX: -- -
,' -W air JDlatr tlon'I''Iorlda should rnto. rapidly forwi/Hl on all' lines of progress , : B. MAKINSON h 'I

''it- ; and the full measure.- of prosperity-t...-__ -. .vKilch-- our, diversified',r resource, .- -promise.Should .' ,,', . ',-v.: : ; f ('I:,

!J,;j'"''''' : b.xe&iaed.z" "'.. 'It 'CROMW' :i., .GlfeBONS.'r . I IJ I j ) ,If It's ,News It's in the Valley Gazette' !: .'

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I the Visit office Florida. of H< l5 .. 'HNOTE

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For} Tax;Assessor.. I

': ,;f :, t hare decided place m,name before the
,.""" jfr! ': _. .. I, voter*of Oaoeola County for ta ofttoa 01.Tea '
; ;; -n e ur. If lahonld be Tpnr choice In &he prim *
> ,. { ,.:. ... ...,.1 ahaII.- Oil the v oe f'altufullr 1
". "" ..:.a. and loth* beet of my abtmy. Your aupport
\, .- I wRl appnolaMd". M 11.,DABBER .

I For'County urer. i ',

,Believing t6.1I have folded the trust of 'h.peepl.ol FOR '.
Deoeola. county and have satisfactorily .-
II I .perfumed the duties of the oflloe. I now ,
% pf olloit. your aupport tot re-election. \' .
B. O. Mtliga.For <

'-Sheriff. State Senator, :,. ,'; :' ;L'i

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I he'reby; announce myself ti candidate for ".
the offloe of Sheriff of Oaceola County,.aIlJ"'" -- 1r
to tb. notion of the Democratic p........,. If :: :, : (
elected I pledge a faithful dlacnarge of the du
.c tie of the office. L. U. ...a....... ,
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For County. ,Commissioner r rt.
At aollclUtlon of my friend I herebyannounee :
; ,
that I am eoandidatetocounty com- -
mlaaloner from the 4tb district of OHOeolacounty. A
; \ If ob...." to fill the om... I promise -, .,,1 "
lo do my duty. to the best of my ability without ,.<, 1\:\ d{,. :
either fear.. favor from any .oa.... ". \
1 ,Respectfully K.. K. WILLIS.. ,

For County Co mlssloner.., r ?, Ir

.rl hereby announce myaelf. a eandidateCounty for .J t, ,
Commlaeloner from the Fourth dl.. '
trict of Oeoeola county. I wUh to 'b.ak.b.. h'
peoi la for their klndue.i lu the pa.t and aollelt \
their. lat...... If elected I pladeemy \ ., h
fallhrul and peraonal attention. to tt'y .r.1 .1
I the dntle of !the om.... O. K. B-'Io'S.' sr. ,t
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II i' .
I For TreasurerI " ;\

t ._,. . .. .-. hereby announce ", ,...11 a candidate for the ).., ';!.. .. :
office of County Treaanrer, and will appreciate . ,'
the support of the democratic votera ., the : \ ,; {.

GARY D. LANDIS approaoblDc primary.a,1.. LUPFER. t 1;' .,'
f f5r: q : 4111 S i t'y:,,, '.1d .

'Tax Collector \ _
Candidate ,
State AttorneySeventh ,. .;'
During my term of office a. Tax (Collector , '
have given the work my pt>reenul attention and \ ,
Judicial Circuit. served the people ol Ottoeola county to the beat "'; ,
7tl 01 my abllltv. 1 will lx a nantlldalo. for rerlenuon :
. ,and If my work In the offloe baa met .: t ,
.lib.,our approval I will very much appreciate { !
I : your aupport. Very re.rwotfu117., :, '. .
);AND). I .-
: VOTE: FOR .J .f

For Member Board of Public In-. .' . - -_....... ,
struction. '.', .tf .;..'.

: ROYAL C. DUNN At the request of my friend I take this Y ; ''' ,:;"! /

method of announcing tnytelf a candidate for ,.' "
the office.of member of the School Board for \' .
; IM.urlolNo S, Oaoeola county, and teepecl fully "If.iI .: "
auk the support 01 lb. voter of my dletrlctat : 'I. '
the coming primary election. eE ,

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For Member Board of Public Instruction : ,

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J I hereby announce myself a eandidate for "
reelection I a* a member of the School Board ,
from thle the First to the .
district..ubjeot eo- :: ,
! : c Formerly Secretary of the lion of tbs emooraLie primayt \ '
', }a WALTER O. BASI. He is one of the common people and knows their legislative needs. '', 't.; + +
I Board. Is first -.--
now serving
=. He U a large tax payer and will work for tax reform., ,.,. r 1'

J term as a member of the I hereby For.announce County myself Commissioner' a candidate. for reelection Osceola County is entitled to name the. senator this ,time and DON EGAN Is'Oceol. .

l ';t a {Y Railroad Commission. FamOiar from mot the No.oOlee 6,and of n.peotfufly.opal County CommUaloner. tao .'. candidate;; .

support of the Voters in thai diatrict.IW. '. :'

with every detail of 8. PEARCE _

i tr' \work of the office. For County Judge

ty tt To the Democratic Voter of. Oeceola County, i
Florida: r
1 hereby announce bet I *m a candidate\ for For Sale FOR A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY' frrjr
re-election a*County Judge of Oeeola County, '
ubjeet to the act Ion of Ihe Democratic Prim ry \
t The Railroad sincerely thank you for your support In the No. 301-An attractive Borne In Pine- ..
Commission past, and will very Sound Democrats With No factional
port again. maehGEP FhPARKERuPFor dale. This property ia Just outside of .

.... bas accomplished city limit, on high ground. House is Ax to Grind Should be;Sent,

Senator 19th District.To two-story and contains eight rooms all !

I during hit term which fte plastered and bard oil finish, two t to National, I Convention.. r
the Democratic voters of Oaoeola conntv
I I hereby announce that I am a ": for porches, fine well and large barn. This The Democratic'party'baa a fine opportunity -.
'I' favored and worked for: re-election 1 a* Senator from the v'lg'rI: : located on a five-acre tract to win a national victory this '
.ubl"'" to the action ol the Democratic primary.I with beautiful view of the city and
thank rou sincerely for your support lu the year if no mistake Is, made at the Bal
pant,and if yon approve my leglalativa' record, lake. Land is adapted to citrus frulta
, 1 respevtfully solicit your eat nmrs train. and trucking. This property can be timore'convention.. The best""way to a

r...,. Reduction off.,... &.N, Passenger: rates from'4c to So per mile. LOUIS O MASSEY.e had for $3,800 on very favorable terms. avoid the making of mistake that '

'., w Y ,i' J,1 i ..," "-'': Ar -; r Will introduce customer to owner and might.cost our party the victory ia to
Reduction of State express rates of $60,000 1 let them-d direct. H. M.. x
;.: perannum.yjifW'' :rT For State.Attorney
\ '. elect> aa delegates men who are sound
: ovvfi & Co. .53-it
: ; ;n> { ) ; ?,
Reduction of 35 in rates fertilizer *' .1.* "* To the Demooratlo .Voter of thai,,7th JudicialCircuit Democrats' 'without any factional ax to ,,
per cept!; on .. material.. '. of Florida .
> 1 hereby announce that I am n candidate for grind. :The interestsy of; the Florida r
Reduction of rates on lumber and fruits and vegetables on' F. E. reappointment aa stale. Attorney for the For Sale. '
?... Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, subject" to Democracy be in sale hands if the v.
C. Rv. of approximately $20,000 per annum. the aotlon of the Democratic primer ae' InAoril No. 428-Small orange and grapefruit following well known ('Democrats are
/ 1912.: Yon have honored me with Ibis
groVe of 275 bearing 1.
office and I have endeavored to deserve your consisting 81 acres, sent to the convention. These gentlementavorHarmon0rUnderwood ,
Forced Jmprovement! of railroad tracks. con(Idem. In me by doing my duty tithe beet trees seven-room house good barn and
but :
of ability. ,
' If my reappolDted. I pled you to do all In my well 298 feet deep. Located inside of will be governed by the instructions of
?' Forced construction of depots'and establishment of agencies in power to uphold I. order in our Circuit city limits in 'fine section beautiful I
with prejudice- to bone and with ialroeaa to all- the primary and use their best effortsto
all sections of the State. Thanking you for peat kindness" I respectfully' view of lake excellent breezes from .
ask again. JOUM O. Jowra : promote harmony In the party i
! 'Forced your .8tate Attorney' off the churches, in fact you ckn\, have H. h ;; ,r
.;; t ,operation: of better-train service! In number of instances. '- all advantages of ,the. city and enjoy For, Delegates to'National DemocraticConvention ,, D. GEIGER {

If-" Notably? between Jacksonville and Pensacola., ," School not, feeing crowded.-Call. .on H. M. State) at.Large.. Candidate* .
rs .Member of l Board "
" ? & Co.. Vote for six, ,
for lower freight Breaker .
NowworkI'I! and express rates, and for better'facjlities'for "
At the solicitation of my friends and voters. FRANK:, E. CHASE!: Prosecuting Attorney .
the public. a candldate member of School Board .
-,' - .
...... the first district.i If elected I plomlse lo do : .. E." 8..CRILL of ., .
; County
? Otceola !
.11 in my power to reinstate free school book. O'IrT'RHERB : : c I I
t: i Endorse thia-.ecord. .Ha will appreciate your support. In, thta county. FRANK E. COLLIKH..; A : A. W, GILCHRIST

t"r '

B i.# 17-ltpd.: . '" rt ,Member of 'School- Board your Don't neck be that dumam-ed will surely br se'endghtlyGoitre keep Inersaataa-site on ,. '"' FRANK 'HARRIS 'For: County' Judge '

.nd eauae choking and other unpleasant sjnnpOINTMBNT 5 '
I hrrrby ...aoan08m.II.a eADdt ate for re- Yarie. -er I.tor > .
'II : lcilou the office of member "MALL'S rertu .
ANNOUNCEMENTS to of the School
I Board for the second district,Oeceola county Ore.Ooltr* to Stay CM.... S. WILLIAMSFor 1. Sa
I pli. Ihe future lb. same faithful attention After yon nave tried everrthinar alee. you fear
lo the Intercut of the achool the ase beard of than mm will appraotata the netmerit
,, ,!l'or"Member.cnoo't'Bo't r'd' -tbatlhav. endeavored to lire' In of the past.county- of this...... It 1.p.rf.ety I rmlus, Delegate NaUpnal; ,Democratic
.Hwpetlfuny. -".B.JlK.oWN..Campboll.Forj oorvanisnta uaa,doa .et.olorteskin ordlaeeajifort :Convention, NI Cong. District, -'r
\ t am a etodldate for reflection .. member oi any whateyer. and. we guarantee that .. I \
I Of the Bohool board. from toe Third dlitrlct -'' one application will prod11I0.... A t.ul Ireeeit Vote) for. two. ;,.
slid anllolt lb. innport of the votera In the \ then a- .treatment with any once "
Urmooratle primary. Harlnr erred .Ilrb.1 Proseel itina. Attorney' remedy.Don't spend any more money for worth.laaa B. C. ABERNETHY i
rear la ' I e remedlea"bat Band BO Cent for a Pack.ace ,. r ,
for&h...pal/ion. -,WrW.CUANDLER.. ibeebyennooetimyself. ....a'oc. .' daate'forof of "Hali'ii Ointment/* and if you do net ROBERT E. DAViS
the office ttf ,-
froeecnttng Oseeola
And It the beet remedy of the kind that you bava I .
Ji r county,, HD. OEIOXU, ever usedyou pan return the empty package and Cut, this, "out and save for'referenceon
i JPorTaV?,Assessor '- we will refund trove money. We especially uvrlta '
those baring Larme colt"of Lug Stendlei election day., J7-2t, -I
I ft f I hereby anaonnoe njmlf.candidate for the ,' For County Commissioner.;. to she this remedy. a trial. Send alive or P.0.Odrr ., "
office, of.Ta.Aa MM> of Oapeola. remadv will be Bent bymalLHell' :: !
,f t ...."""tfall' ..olloj* the r support ol the ooontT voien and in. At the that solicitation I am a candidate my frienda for County f:hereby: Cone announce '' .-Remedy Hone.. *. ....fI....Oaf IT-U o.>> For r National CommiUeemao.i

approaching. OemoQratia primary ml..lnn.r from the Ftmt District C-oeola; .T '
B T, UUTL.a.For. Count), If Heated,I will endeavor to do my rw i Eugene; & 'Matthews. ''of .Bradford

... .I ---' duty at all,time., }. K. UIIXIAKD., the .
county. Speaker House of Repireientatlves
...... /
Tax''Assessor. % $1 1 or $2 per Acre per Month : '' in '1907 Is m candidate for
; r'count'y Commissioner.At _
\ 'd t herebranoaiinoe myielf eandldal* tort) i member-of the National Democratic ,
In'l affloe of Tax AMe. or of Oaoeola _DI,. cab. the solicitation of \any'Mend and voter Executive Committee.: On.of the
1 Bay a Stanford celery farm Ftowlne seetads candidates
I have decided to beoomo
the will a candidate
sot o of the OemoaraMa voten a* the for *
fcomlo* primary and If alaoted j County Commissioner from the Seoon4DLI' .well ( eranteed.Hnblrrlcatlam.. 'for'thla"omc baa .advertisedhimself'extensively
promlaa Sogive will fine .. ..good arheolS ;: j
t mypvacnati .1tUOD 0.7 detMi..... trtot. If elected. 1. do my full dotyv prove '
- interest, water and rail tranaportatlon. Vita "th. Woodrow
; 118I1Ie4,with. .the oma "','" 0._I1U011E1.sFor ,BAVMOND I' V.'LA fUEL, Oar liberal-contract .110.. stgyearn "' -.v
to pay ont Title Dud at Omarnnte. Wilson, candidate. Me,, Matthews I I. I
'V -.-,- a. f Co ftarford .JI.... 411.1.. not
I thecandidateof' any'actlon'but''
'or ol ;
+ Su sor :
i 1 jRegistratlbrr.. ''
I, 1rj I ;, ,Superintendent_ of :Public ,;,, < ; ; wilt strive, to serve the beat, interests i i
"' .1 hereby candidate' '0.
:"" Instruction. ,..election ennouud...01..11' of Regis ot the DemocrI tic' 'party of .Florida ifhe ''s I Iji. ,

: nri ribe.b) ii nosno.mvielteoardldSoforte'; irienda.tration and Irlll-appreciate" the. npnontof, my. ia honored with election; and on this ,
C W,6SlFKUJ.For .
"T..F .W J' offlae.of Baperinlendcnl Pnblio Imtrnotlon \ :
basis solicits
'!f/ r of O..a'r..ubJtMtlo tb..IU of the .-. Eggs . ;the support of,all Demo-

) IXttnonrattd voleniat the oomlnr primary and '' crate--irtespective of whether they fa-' , : I4. :
:i l"" : ac id t.'.For,Attorney General If eloctrd I will devote my entire time &h.4.ati. County Commissioner: !' ",' .
.. vor Wilson, :Harmon ) UnderWood
\ of the oflloa. B. D. QOIOK. I am a candidate for reflection .. County or

; He'ls', 'native if'' the"'state'.r'has: -' Commissioner Creel.'. the aiipDort nom District of the voter No. I.and of this will dli-ap $1.00 per setting.* $6.00per' hun* Clark,for:,the.presidency: ;, 17-2t T. .M. 'MU'RPHYCandidate

f 1-.1_. I the future .. In dred.' \ : C'I. I .'
{.\ :been in the active;; practice! ,:'of the For Clerk Circuit Court the past, nee rain' best efforts:to keep. Oaoeola R/>C.i, Brown Leghorns, R.'C.. i .
I v In the front of theyrogre.. .. "onda"Maps.
countle Rhode Island : for'the office of
'Ai Reds '
ten'' "vears. has .h. rnnt'aoUoitatlon "of ray r'f rlenili Florida. TC, Lau Buckeyes. ,
for servedlntheHoussoRepresentativpseand
law; : LEltLET, > -
1t. ; Ihrougbont the count,.I hereby announce rar- From select pens of Blue Ribbon ,
elf candidate for Clerk -- Upon receipt of 28 cents at the 1
a of the Circuit Ooort Valley COUNTY.JUDGE '
stock. High cent of '
S ' : &a..4 f9' O.goIe county at the oomtog prI- Executive bommttteemanr per fertility... .. Gazette..pfflce of FlorWa __ _. _
For ""'--
mar,. I wte1I to thank the people for UieI. : T will be ; ,
FLINT BR S:, mailed to any ddreaa' in the din Oaceola. .County 1Subject'tolDemocratic ,
kind .
end .011015
+ !NState Senate, and is in.ajccord with tl.dfuture. p. 'heir.0'" lam candidate toy Demoontla Ezoentlve United < '
; States' .
We. '
Ort I. U can also .
elected I furnish
ol.dre my Oommltteeman: from Precinct 1.and re- Tel, 256 Klaslmmee, Fla ,
the proa-ressive'spl of .the'times;: faithfnl aerrlce and e renal attention to the 'peoLfuU' .011.." the support of the vpter of ; .. '. map of Oaceola county at 11 each and : Pnmary .
.. .,' dutiec, of the office., BecpectfuU khMpreelnt In tbe coming be glad to estimate st
1. ROMA iI I on..etlonalmaps ; \ ,of 2--
; ", oy"K8TRltBT.. .. . ' OJlAS. L. of.any kind. April ;
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1' 'lists Ledfe $dt 74, 1.0.0. F......... ADVERTISEMENTS? aoprt.g'\ C.ea4-i.Ctrs...-'.. tL.i&-; 1. I CARDS Arttflellf-.WIIts.

en April Mv14t It1%. I.. to-amar Pis Pssm Ps.... v a IT Lim. rat.ant .
7 _----s--1 tr..r.......Y. 416 Pb.hsrAl'4gt e
y A.tJ" MAcDo/1OvG., Sea.. Notice: pf Application for Letters _. rbaiaa sad __ a r r :JL 'KVERSl. D. I Pan, / .;.... FIre CIay4lhast.P'
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5. Patent and Incorporation. i w. af Cmsta Y la u---r a.tya..rre0 = Tb.3.MOak. I laaiMe:CmmiSler.4 Orr.awls rjt. Hair BuiMJnr. Block. ..JioaM

for ,' umusl: r elm -ell Frm4a barbPam1Y and SURGEON Piers Block
dd..o.t o ha r-shy r. PHYSICIAN Chimney ; Sidewalk
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Y hmubetl the eairda.** *arltlaekai .4 re.ilint a...d fea rd p.wrklestawItobapby ofsJrsw.nmak Common Brick ,
,Wo. 22 -A very learable 4roomeott Va ...m Ib.ra-e..raf Ito nMa ./.._ Baal eaea aa *r ....-* -.*W."4 Pnwn stow.. to 1. aid ismn ......... ... i Tile Fir BH<:k.
r xsrb Mat'API..... II. .R&. _wr.a' Jb,... It, .t Mknraiii u.. illiaainiap" ef aaad to* wolf tbs....M <*.sa.e4 Ftor.*.mad Ofttoeor o U." "! Pharmacy ,,8 in. Tile 4 hi. Tile,..Drain fix! *.
***, located within on* Mock of '-- "'-- ,- I; U.-.. I, rtllk takeaaeoa'ii..I by aaid sif.n..... l.-.y....I -. ..- l IteaWenu t3onoe eta Cypress Lath.N' " ,

OMwoU count/ overt bboM, in but rei-.. ea.c- &im0 .._ t. I It I* further .id.nS t aat this aider k* aaar si at t e ls a pdhs1p1..e pgoxeu: f ) Hit ."
ka.0.. aad ...- of a.-_. ..1.d sera a- for tar a..asus -YW bombmMr.OiPtral1.mMssmy duns' : mdtOYaekkmimrd'godwork 11;? ,
tdmee *eeUoa of eit). liooae {it new, tars ._.. wile! W brsMf. Y tto rMr tiY./sa.a Yams a-.a.. a..w,.._.- tbs Ys.samd be b. am... bob4lr at sleeImN '. sad. goad 9sba. I.all sad .....
i, W-7ada1 .( Fltr.\. rn said *aaa r aad ma.S w. T_.'. .... ...... ...u. ... D. poll.... etii!; ...wWtnrd.. ...... ... ....
4 veiled ttamcbooi; city water lot 7UIttt I;. .. m.r1I. IbM Maria lilt.....Damla.mss. a al D4vrr Ue "wr- ? Work*on........

'', feet. Prig H.2SO. Lt ..* ,ehow C. ... c-- isi) lY1L1.0 (na.m f0waarw. - sad eejuaty, W'aLi WINN. oar and Nidled. a at.r Pbmm. Il.slllteatsAdY1. . 'I:
JJ Ma- ta b* ud far by tk-I> muMoaUiiis atraweal

this eeUa-re., IL 1L Breaker Co. L Li. I fly Ctlsvsba. "-' the ............ .. b* bold Xvmker{ Mk. PHYSICIAN . 11 ...
/five w C- IMXaadtak appoiat the'JTMstorralMorii
co.d- by
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atm.. T. Krkbka.SeHdtor. far Camiikiiaaat irk SMSofifu* slaw inr Ik. -,.. ewe -" -- ,-- .
w.A. Ye.iAttar I .- .,puss. nmatt.rar M. 1CaraII....".. : .
g.... rT1OrncM '
E. IJ.SS ,.,,, ..
H j Notice of Executor I saw.... rauxaar.Prwrlded riVa-ti W.FO .,1' f6asat flklalkaAb".

...... c-: .. In Court. of th*County .dodr*. Mat*."f DorWa. Uial aaraad plm .. ; a.baa oee- '
.t S.U.BULLOCKV a .._ u. IssLHun. ta re BMd of :Temx.1*A. ...... L'i c*.. Oaiw rararrad>v. tk. prwvtaiocjetaT odd laws, shall TILLER
.. .nw-,, I v I. kl. ,..... THOMASON
.: r.ato.w1.' ei ,.tha 7/wb day ., r., I.IA .
bslfwIsl.rey rt..**>. to aa Masco It Bar/ to rksraf Wwi. ta* klaheat' raaxthlaf** > 4
r' -.u..p.. >tLd y.r7: >.>tK ia. that car. tb*. IM. day of ....... .._ u. whit *i vas >
.Artklm, ta-o.1t.. ad Pnd uod c--,f >*l.!. I shall apply to the M'iat4e r Par*!' by. majsriti1 eve ia ... .prtaaary*tetMO.andiutk . SURGEON < .
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':t'' REAL ESTATE ... Klaus _. fsaretrr Sad Fort GroatBaiwsr I I tare k..h.d..crf bowl dlmbargs ald Cwrt*a Admlewr.ler a* Ja r. of JYobat of the* .Marrs u*uroad,wars prtaaary yusdbd etoctioo. ems oolr to tb.rock Best PHYSI I .\\Na\eN......a... .........

...'..n.... 11 11...... / tw+raTti. ..**!Trml4. A. -iaZ.O.ata>.rd: sod that.1 I primary.arlos shall. b*>pmsko t* rot.
.tmdw.drmd hwely a.retIs ebr..e/s{ tk*car naiTr I will t'tmtM my foal att aal. Tw iMsaoaratie Bioal r*Camw/iue*ealUag Office. Phones 74 and S. Residence 126 f Realty bought and'sold..
INSURANCEExamination t.r.Ih.. tar Ik* .. .-;. Sd as ..aU m mp.' : a* ad_. orator .of Pfd sanii, aad cask for i I said aruaary il nlai lbs: eaaapbaue* wtik said Houses rented. 'Ibi
ated nder tk tow* V1sad wooer Ito liar. ...- ) tows aervbr doctor** tra*aa t aaadfltoa* -' WEENGA.VETERINARIAN' { .
) f eihrwme prped ciavMr. Axd. aagMMtb. A. I UXL I of rack treat iiitliii Trrtag l* set DR. B. D. Taxes paid and 'T1tles"v.r..
'. i! c. A. jnjer.a oMatea or to vale at aurti ----. are to be .
4 of Titles'aSpecialiy. Aiddal. |' .lmo. mo Ada>ia>auiai. j ji retarded. sad ta>s l aa paper_..... at tbs Wed for non-residents. ?>
c isaaeof thfctr ratiM ..... b. ibmmTh : : I _. iMaaoenrto party. sad -.... **rttttod to C
; ,iiiiliuliiai* and Eaat CaaM tiaatwlSB '- .- aad a.caad"for." ,.lad vote atB TREATED FOR Fire Life and Accident In. ,f
,.- *.. lsr.Iml tor s passel. te-Y.I, i Notice of Executor tor Final I j hlrld.ibo.. STOCK ".
Kr. bi SB |L ..*..W Kmmmme. (Jrow Y aver f r | ALL DISEASKHOHLANPO surance. ?
.... to tlue Mate *, ''kmo*. aada brsni, .mar Discharge. jOALincanoaa or cLaoroaa. 4 Indemnity Bonds.

,y be eetafclahfl ">M aaai case. o I.. Court Bribe Coamty"..._ RuU. *4 Florida. { The ,lad .. J.1lb .. FEA. _

+ Corre.oondence Solicited.FLORIST .d. by U..board at da-vetera. J; .J.-.a..Oorsel..* _.....d.wavy Martha A. ...|....- duoa.e I. *.*t.. rote oalv al.or tkoa puuetptf..pcnoai abn tk* auaasv W. praaniMl < Phone tat ",..". .", .................. _. ,__..,

4 ArticUnu faunt.hereby ......... to all whom U *aavexxra. meat at a M nrliaarr eKnuoa woo ar* white j

? Th cear.| __ **f U. ........*t.b*traa*. .( that a*> tk* l ta day af, May. A: D I.a Lramsmla e ft* Ik h lDeti nc wao Wclarg their adb t* DR. N. L. BRYAN ; C'" .
acted bv eaad --stag a. tk* orrrrartun. M lfc I shall apply to tk* HM>aa>. (<<>-. F. .. >taadorraBixaAwaof_ cabs.
., _'... conla... a4m.nm : .k _... ,.. ..srawm. aDd '__loa tat, for t le.)! dmrharr. aa ex eatr <*T ih* are la. dtatrle law o( the Mala '
:; 1 cam ture.a... ilaaSayajjl -r d Useuii.. .Mate of Manila A. Taxuartoa.. etcar4; aadtfeMBl ton ia la wkirk lbr offer to wore; ;

..-;. aXW.BB-,a l CaTV.*>aT war_ ga..-a b. car ...* some U_ I wad rmesu my *ua.BvwuBta wk witkla kai the paid Urn their mrvlrvd poll sass.legally. oa* Squires Building Tne Home ,.,
of directors the kaValley of told br Ik k w of Ike
Mrnatd be she. board a* vxeoutu* wtata, aad ask tart tat. rrcmlaliBC ptlamary ---'-\.. sod who New York Avenue
rxt.aaar of tk* rlurtda t- lc.t hair*pt* wraLIiuJaJyoKmkcr .
'; Cut Rowers'and Floral Designs IWbsad 1. ........ ia odd Ctanx-ta em_ ar to the t-b. ...Du rlJ. .atoll. aritla. .w..l.ea kH ridlogd oath b, soy. Hector, mate ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
4 bvfor so la pcowir bat k*
''r; soh for all) occasions. ttaaooaaty of*w a dutaar W I fr-lmoCqBjo a 0 .BTCU.j __. dad m wets against tk. aoa> of Ik. Let
Plants alasBurs toYr.Ankle j E I.n*jmrsUe pnaarira for tk. ........... area r\K. J. >W. tilli'HOZ'IIEN ( Bakery Man
Potted and Roses a UI. aad eoatr olbevra. .

yr specialty. .",.* eatittat leak .> said a iru ratiaa aball h* Call for Democratic Congressional I
; fef't On Hnndrod. Tbuoaaad. lM4uus tn*X*>.>. cvae ,\ Primary. LOT or urra.aa TO a* ni-Ln ST Dtaota.1ldem.aT ri.vr. desire to thank the dtiyens ,
rta*!of On* Tbooaaad .._.* the per raia <\ r.Rfo.. and visitor
V T Phi 63, MISS' JEAN CALOWELL .f On* Buaored buUars .141I"'1. '. To the I.*w.....*ikTntr.. .f the fcettoad Cos Each said county qualified to vnt 1 ID Katz Buildidit.OmcisHough for their
r A. part *r all 01.d capital Mack. ajay be, ..-_., Dwsrx-t vf Florida. la said primary*lertion ahall hare tk. CpstalrS| patience daring: the rush for
......... eiuwr ta caak, *r i* property. labor or ,I 1 k* Camratra Ia' a.rkea ale >ut raiuaUun t* be fixed br. tk. ..- c-.It ol .... N..e.n4 ('oerre.rmgoa/.. Oa candidate for Preetdent of the Cnlted ; : f r ,1.30; to 5:3: ?. m I I have a larger variety JrOOdI'on '
i' -- --- ....--* on. or br. rte hoard..f amrtmr ; inn "f ik* Mat of Florida b rby gin notice fcuMe*. T.lephoDt'0..76 Jun 5. ire hand. .
aad tk iodsawatof .. fajkre. '
calked for euck porpoe* ODe randtdau for rrpreaentatlTc to eeogrrs/s
J. W. THOMPSON: aldlBeurp>*...... rdir ctas* to tk* \ Plat. A pruuar .J tion for Ik. aomlnaMna from. the star al large.UwmWNsaloteubgrmrum.
... mot eurk prefrty. bbor or ....... abA br of s Ilvvnorrvtn.. adldate for Coairrcaa..... I the HeeondrjoninajHjiisl W. CARSON Hot Roll Cream Biscuit
mw.l\.h..Ir. taw au>rkh<4der*and ..! **u-t.. aid d|.trW lolh lUlty-thlrd Coegraaf the dlMrict.. DR. W. and Bread white and brown
; dtaloag with.-.d a rmrsuas i Vni|...l ........ win b* !Mod es th. kut%day olfeernod. i One candidate for national cow mltlecman."a . )
jT, Apr1J. A L 1"12.- tandldat for rona-nor of th. Male of DENTIST for Breakfast
Sbo M ben b* a tailor In the Florida.
: eanwratna ...... ..... to perprtoity. utla .1<<._ for the noraloatkin of a JjeaanrrBtic (Joe candidate for Jttstie of the spumenoun. Cream Puffs, Monday and
//1. FUNERALf DIRECTOR > mover daatfred accord- t*tow.Tk | candidate lor Coas-ruai from th. laid dictnrt f Office over Cole's Jewelry Store Thursday. and oftener
.* Ongrres of the United On. csodVlat for
of '
secretary Mala. 1-6
Office Hours 8-15
"f' ArtKt.v. ((111.1.I ,., a acr ad MeIsry3U b* bald oa th* '>ne candloal for.,_,. general : if called for. ,

.: andLICENSED tuilnaia- .' th ask eerat/rariiia b* : Sub car of :Mar- *. D. "'IS, Oa. _adlda..I.f'U'OI..... Office phone l&H
.. Third. Aa rlwtion of a new Dei.orrstkCalrresk candidate Residence 2H Also variety of Cakes
eced.cW. y. a --- sr m- .k.-wfsr : On. Ito Slat treasurer.On a
dams ODd traarr.- and a hard ..f 'I a.1 (:..mmltt- for sold ..h.wiU candidate for stale ...supertatendeiii. hand all
: EMBALMER .dirartora... nut hv t>a* *...aor a>*r* tkaa are |,'I Ls held an ute sot day of April A. D. l"l. I. .llJel I..IJOetIas.Jo. on at
::"I moabera. the nuatber of direcUira te be axed by b* t compowx of one member l>nm f rn....t7 Candida for eommlieaoarr agrlculor TJI DERBYSHIRE MD.. times.
'.,'I. tkr nrlrbrJd '> to said dkouirt to be rhoarn by the Drmorrairtam L.
Ik* lallewin ra.* naawd twreoaa iuSafl b* the am. i icm ,, of. caHi coantr rspmirlrFear Oa.cndidai for raifroad>._Ioa.'. ALFRED SMITH
tocundac* tb* buaiaeas of tk* corpotatioauaUltkeofnort .11. The ru es gor<'inlag th* slate poll Ob candidate for Biljolaot seuerBl.OoeeaBdf ,
/ (Opposite Courthoun .kowallli* elected at th. ftrtleruoa mary eIK_ .. prr-mul*.*"! by the I>emo- Isle fur male eh.miK.On Special<< attention Riven to the
of ornerra of. th. corporation seal> Ueome ', etCI t r eau 'VmBUtt- mall root'ol In the O'Je ...d..,... for amlm.nt err sudlba treatment of Women and
vuaJUUdW.\ Ward pr..trot: J. H ,, prtfnary *.rt>nfi ..I. aomia forbr c-.r.- _Del..,... for Mat, from the Children.
McCuUuuch. tam .rjp....,... J..... M. JM. -. .. appbralAe and< but lDeoari..... witbihta Nloth..........a distrtrtCandida ,
j I-rd teas-vrerN.rrt,. ...11. .lr*......*a-. H. .. .".dt f.golrmau of r0mmltte.' !. tor mearbcr of tbe house of
..f KISHMME* FLORIDA CUr Star.lord, .........,.. aod tee foUowindirae- Fifth Aol.bne Democrat fur l +dug th* reprerot.lvs. Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE: 184 ,1
ton: C. W. Ward. i. H. alcCellowh. J..... M. Drona.ry l legal. goaberstirs reprne is (Me raudidat: for loot ledge 24-3moepd I i
La*. ... Eats H.Clay _....... H. Tkormaaajmxff ur* In tb* C'onyrr.. of the Cured Male from f ,- ... lf Is.v.Tb..J i Mid 1 dtMrtrt.< may brcom a candldat) for the use eaadklat fvr .t.rk of the clrrall roart.OOF -
meethvr of Ito ckholden shall _..In.uun in .KM| primary .......... tr fn.,. caodidal. for count; amrawr uf UKkb .. caAwroao
r. A. TAarl ACNCW w. EnnEthp.BntIE
for '
+ Sale b* held oa th* nrwt Wedniiailay of February of silk ib* chairman" of has rwimniitt.'. vlx.Hoa. catonidatw for tax __. II I
l aacb year. hriwmar with the war m*.at wnirh (J. L Haltx*!).at Pa+....",... Florida, on One caadldato. for .coootr apprlofmdonl. of TANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
No. 309-fine garden and poultryproposition. owls the director shill be riveted; and th* or l-foie tu* IM day of :::ibInA U. I VI A. a |>ublle luatrartmn.Oo .
oflierra ef th. eorporatiou anal! br alarud. by th. wnura ctalrmmt. aa. ( of file ........,... lor count turrttor.Oa .
This place contain two dhmrtura aa Boon aa practicable after the annual I vurfioae tft be mcb ......>dale. wnlrh *lat.- ( caodldat fur. conatj tr.,aurrr
1] cool shall. .. br>1gn. aerea, new 6-room bouse with porches Uickhpkten' a>* itinsArtiel 11 su1.r r.ol rvg
.. :
j cojni" ol ] vlth Tbrc llnndred&RlieyemtyIn ; eandtdatifta for oel *|- from the our BARBER SHOP}
in front an>i one aide; fHU artesian well VI.fiid I Italian a* an sarwmmenI to aMRn defray. ol F1orM.Dl large lock* K'alloaal iMrmwratlceo Office: -/- >.6 Citizens. hank Unlldll7

: ; 1 Irr ez peaKii of holding aaid primary electionHiith. >i*...U with pump on porch. Choice location carvoratloa ....n adopt aa avproprtol. Candldaldi for nu-mbrrabln oa theangrmonsl caodldav for d le. .at.. from the tteo-
-. ..... atoll adopt *'r-.... for tb* s..moment I . Commute shall not be . - -- -- - -
rrqotrodany and lou l
rof.r a duiinrt to tb National I> -
\ for small truck or poultry farm. The .t ,..affairs iuoon with it* aniriea ofracerporaUoa cmorraUe Cold I:
mat tem I to P57 *M>r* _.t. amt ahall make thiriatloa eoDTcntiwahix 1. i.. HOOK H. D. Salop.,1OON Drinks &
., and th. .....of Ih. ..... "f Fin CigarsKiscimmu
; mMivWed lot l applk- fur plan on tba ballot to the r..pectin oaodidalfl .
rte land if into I* worth the t for prrvMentlal *l ctom.. J
-. which br-..... May b* amended or nrbealrdby tlmnly.ommlttea.errentb. Oaeraadldal* for sum for tb. .Sereoib -
price asked without any ImproTeroenU.We the board of dtractora.aa soar b. proridcd to j' This eummitt.. *111 canvajv tbmania judicial e1ret ". attorney rOo & GEIGER ;b
,,,. Y aid. *'r-la... i' of si"rk ..._ and declare the mm). caudhlat for proecruUnc attorney of T.
. an* ffering thiaopertJ' fcr$1CSO Artfeto VII. awl "'llIla due season I...... ls7atiluas and the taunt ronrt ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice .

; term on) part if desired Tb Tba .hutbaet amount of mdebtdaes or Itobili- promo gate ml** .ht-fttO. bxhelstorlbmeb jostle district bolt :: i
ty t* which. tk. .aiieiatioa caa at any .tier sob Ordered and dune under and by ylrtaeotkapowergltcn No :2. *. t sod 6. shall bate ill* right to vats '
t j (, town b'growing in this direction and J-t..If. shall b* Oa Hundnd Tkouaand Ool- n* tutor tko Uw and m.*. 0' for ooe i-modJdttM for oooaiakle and..... eaodi State Bank Building
property' will enhance In value I Jars lIi'i >'.'.v'j. &..._...".... . *4b day wf 1anusry. 1112. late fur jiintic of the u ac* In their respwcUv Kls imme.,. Florida
very U. I, Bil.TIr.L4, $u.tle.of the peace d*"."., ,, --- .
-- ---
?, t 1 rapid/ IL M. Breaker;Co. 13-tf Article VIII. Cburmaa Campaign Com....,.. of Iiemoerai Uoe easdd.t. for member of the Btaie'Demorratle. -
Tb moms sad taidonc of th* anbaeribinsrjeoipoiatoiu. ('oo..('om. Znd r. tint of Florida .eommltl**. } F. KRIBBS Sprigg
G Fleming
toathr with th. Bomber atahan Ines: Jr.n.. Bernrtary. 6-iat On raodUdat for member Of tka Conf r aakmal -
*.l tk* aathoraed capital stock muacribedf fcxccullTx comiiutl *of tk. Ueaoad: coorrmional ;
or by each-are ea follow*; . Petition for Sub-School District. ( I ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE/ FXA.

reOuUsseb A McCrory. Orlando. Florida. !* elector la each voting dirt. net within 1
for Sale ........ Oenaote Connty.. n*., April I. l 1111 lb. county ball hue tb right; to vot for oDe CLEANING
as /oka .. LM. It__ Florida. 15.....-. To tha Doaorabl Board of r.iDIKi I fnatroctioIn member ot Ib* county Itaatorraile Kzocntlr Examination of Title a Specialy. ,
3!! :No.429-1 arr> tot on which i. located 'W.B. Mskinaoa Company. KlaMnimas. Florida and lor Ownola' County. Florida. : eommlttc from th. ToUac dlaulct la which Notification and payment of taxes of: PRESSING ;1
t th
rotlmeo .
aadcruignod qualified each elector fpjdfnEach
r -Io
t on. '' eTen-room and one three-room C. ward. Klsil--s, Florkia. I .....*. aim tors mat pay a lax oa real or personal propenir i non-reidenta given careful DYEING"4REPAIRING {,
and ar* following deribdsubdivision 'nIUJ Rog QUAD Tts G. attention
C.A.tar... tt- Florida. aksr*. ,
.hOaM. Large IleuM &b lighted, ..ith.a.eiricltJ' -.1. S-W. tt_. Florida. 1 ehar. I of. th* county, to-witi Bnglanlng person desiring to have his unfa printed I'', ...." IL JI, t
tf yI HC.. Kinlaimn, Klorida. 1 ahar ? I alike awiuih f *cs.-l.:1 from Lak on the primary .....- ballotse a candUdalaforanycooniytofflc '' .;
baa toilet and kitchen sink W, A. MoCoM. Baavw r..... FnmayIrani*. IArlbur East Tobopckajlga Tohopekallga st shall Ala with the ROBERT G. JOHNSTON <

ft .mall booae else ha gins and toilet. wo. ....... renal wit to .. TJoaaasjl. Kiaalmaw Florida. I o day of llarrh. A D. 112. his notice of '
the margin East Lak. TobopekaUga. to th. will be called lor and returned 1
I'w sell this whole eandl&acy and application to have his
as a or aeporatelr.Th name so
north of .
boundary line koction .
H.1namln Caorvto. I Twentrelghttz printed upon a blank. to be furnished by the ATTORNEY AT LAWKI88IMEEE .
; ; (! property i* .well located .will pay .; Aaad =- kllajMapaUa. Illaaa. O.Twohlp. Twaaty-Av 115): ) aootb ol BajigsThMy said secretary and accompanied by lbssnouutofhi.amSsoment.t
... Guaranteed
W ) thence wt to line dividing
I .hsr ( > : rungs! oelow.and Satisfaction :
aa .
JO'per-cent on Investment If rented. amM. .. Bang Twenty-Bin (211 l and ThIn, (ao):
a.* na.niT'*' (HFBulldin N.w .. ..l BO Bam of any such candldat shall beprl.&ad 4,
t. tbncoulhon* (I) .. tben. was Lake. FLORIDA
Trice1 'lei to
of both houses 2000. H.. M. share.W. upon, or counted or returned. If print '
H.n_ KtoatauaM. r........ 1 ......*. Tohopekallga: thrnceJollow t1 mndertmrof > any such ballot, nal*** this prorYwnshall !
Breaker Co. hLiatay. Mitt Lak* Tohopakatlga 'of bnrlnnloir ;- been : ... .
.. Klsilmmii. Flonuavlakara.Slate ben eompltad with LOUIS O- T. nCTOM WABLOW
do moat rcspsetfaUy petition your hooraul .. 1
I ...
tea c- tar
- -- body ta call ..n iorlioB to deaei lain. rout Or $4LWTU. Florida B. R. c_ Criminal Jude of Court the L. I.2CC AT .T .rs't': ?iKissimmtae't3'
ef Florida County of Oaeeola as.B whether us ......* dacribd subdivision otb
'F- i Very Deairmbl. 10-Acre Farm county shall become a ......... tax schooldiatnc ::
; U kaowa that baton m*. tb* undWcuraedriaauBaV .* ,for the purpoa of krrylne and col loot- by bbd11svoftng In :ire nano.:rlb tM prorid: : uls albe M ASSET & WARLOWATTORNEYS

,at a Great Bargain ........" paWie"John- 11. .. -J....IrkH.. .u:1c. c.:..- lug adWletUforlb. xelnaiTa. na* of th* primary lows as enacted. la IoW. Said Weil Driller: ;'
ballets shall drtibuts
and under
( W fod. W. A. Mdee 4 rtJnar E. .-.... H. publls free school within rid district -of' AND COUNSELLOS
Imptored Farm., Located beat For which will I to. dr.cliona this oommltas and am said j
on w* ate;.
.. H. *.rIf. W.1bmmaa.adM. ball.... shall. be prisid duly ibs of such AT LAW .. prepared to driUARTESIAN
S C Psrtla ems
; 'road in UeaoU Coanjy11t', mile' from -.... t*m* weal. .......sal kaowa. t. was t* lee -fir. candidate foe SUM and national.ones
W I* Mmmoaja as mar PraetiMln an the Cborta of u.. fltat ud of
tk.ladrrkruais d to sad .... ......lbd .
depot .10 acres fa Clay Harlia B O f'afti. bertind by tbvehalraua of Ik. Mat Exoatir UM UalMd B&e_ aim before tft FlcrU R.O.rood .
soy that fene.d and biglt ...... aasaa t*the f_sins' pea .__.1 charter John Parts H M ParUnB a.mmtttes, sad th. chairman of lbs _'- >.. sad tb. latentat* Coauam. WELLS ,

r j .tat. of cultivation; and l. the bMtt.ruddn.c.Jaod and anvrally aekaowtodavd. that they ajiemleil'i FarUa ,* A Barrlay (Hat* Comrreaaloual committee, arraasjad laalphabetical ....... .
aaxaa for th par**** thsrata*xpreBed.Walaama : ordart and next la order shall b.
i Frvntl
M D BloodAodrrw
W this aection., Haa lead. sad netols reds k-. / Hlmmoos David UaaaHO pruned the mama of ,... county candidate, H J
fl good well $ la th.cauaty aad _atal aforasaid.. tkls Z4 lh*ay atJanuai7.ATO.ltU. . ParUuFiled' aIM In much order aa may b* prescribed by lbetwpetln MI "r
-room .table/
cottage, .
( wa- '' .
) eommUtias.OAjnaa
with Board of Feblb't.lruatlo.Insod county

G Coa-abad and poultry;;' bouae; aU' ready (gasI. ) X P.a...VAMsAoaraw.Notary ..Btato at Lara. *.' IVIt.tar Oaeeob. cxwuty.. thla J.2nd Baaaa dry,of 'April. or. ..",... ANDREM JOHNSON 1'en1.a..* ot successful Well : ;

for purchaser to begin .work 1(11.iniiakarlna .XPtr*s I/ssnbas'r .le/1 W. .... .
without ? I '1 t. flaiiarljileodBl. romnlttea ahail mart at oooa oa 4 th ,,ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Drilling a Guarantee of my .'
day of May, or sooner If &lIdo. return are..l'b la, ,
delay or of' clearingalld ,
any espanae, Ability to produce the beat :
State at floras Csawty of Oassota-aa." atthaaoaatyooart pnhllaly eaaaa I Will Practice in all Court .. . ,
' Improve- before being<< ; I Notice Non-Residenta. tbs returns .. oaadidaiasha State and Federal ....uJta.T'
anderaiswed .
Be It II- that aWei tk
ma .. ba aomtnatod by for '
Ia Clrrult Court Br *.b Judicial Circuit, O* a mrlty TOM
a, able to produce eropa. This land la ..wIe. f+m.msUy r..sord. I. H. Ide ...4Ysrk cools Coo"'... Slate of f'lorIda-l. OhaueryTaaie each.bonny o_ aad In what eaass tk. saooad Office adjoining Broadway -

adapted to growing all kinds of dim a mlhw.f the eem d A K: Davla primary Icetlon will bare to be held. aaxl Citizen Bank Kiaiimmee TWO AND FOUR .INCrV 1!
t. m*wU kaowa.. kaowa t* m* toy Complainant TS Charles Joy. tka chairman and aeerctary of this oommiltee.within .
'frolte; grove. ear( be started to tk. iadrrldual a. good Claiming laMreat In the SPEOIALTy. $
an IB This
sad ana t* the fi eoiiir prepoeadkartsr rroperty chairman trf tbs Mat Kxeeotiv..osmitlee P. II.-'-_ .
'! :.advantage wbil\ land la being fam-t. .aad adammkdsad. that k* aiatulad tk* BUI iMacribad aodaBtay r Ik. result of said-primary election la said B.B.WOODHAMJENKINS

Come quick if some isbehalf *t aid arm far tk*.purpea It appearint'ny affldarlt appended lath.bill county,showing tba rsnlt of each precinct PO. Bas 914' 44gissixlamee.
you want. best. bargain "': ::.rsob lied ia tb. above staled rata. that Charles and shall also only V* tbs chairman of th* A WOODHAM ,
In thi County,' M *" arBcIsI'aal at 'Klsakatata Jay and.J. Charles. Gallagher. the defendantstherala Oonrreaaiooal eommlttae sack remit. aa to tbarndiaa. : Flt ritaarWhite ">!
tk*aouaty aad aiarssali, tkl* loth nsmad. are non retdat of tb* htal for members of 'ream the ,
i' P ;Ufttf U.M..BREAKER & :'CO, Lx II...*..*. D,.111I1. af Flurlda. and whoa realdenee said conariaslonal district.For agrees ..1\\\t
&.0.. .VA... A tgw, that tL..oreover tbe ageof 21 rears It Is -- ., .. .,
t/ Notary 3 ..W.. Baas q Lags' berafor ordered ..has aakf aoavrasldcni d- a_.._ .. --.- .
f t" BfV waaaaawW.........Dssba u..WI" fo.dasu aSaa aid thaw caw naa>*anraMbranI*eB4 taT\ Kiaaimmee Florida .
I. .... Clmrt Court of U>..HT*.ib ...ieW -, .ppmtoh.bill o< plalnl i -fllod la'-sold tb. tae purpose of defraying tk..*..-of.
two primaryslectior,
*IM UmwoIaCuls State of FlarUa. Ceualjrof (0.so1.mBatar.mabsNdsolraddf.r . soldMII ofto..act clerks. printing;, etc. .. Big Bargain In Home.
o&b rwto b.
ty-l chsn.fy.; A. l> lull allccktloos of a Legfiorns(
Ik .. ..
following tee levied afalaatprotract
iiaisanslly ..
J. will be taken M-' ... by said defeudLOtS. ;;
f.Datlro.ofPILLRat.revaryaegsre) .< .Ifssgf !**candidates for tb* various
W.Ward. J. H. Ble ; Jehaa : oountyittoesi Splendid new aix: : room houae. Just inside
S rrted N'ouq. to fa.k. eh.rge of iiJ rasps Her....... ..... Artkar K. Penaas H. Staaford.. Mied II is one farther a week lor that.l.fateona order&pull&?lie.weeks pal. "'Ital. .a.lor't........................... !IS 00Repramnlotln city..limit, fine deep wells lot con HATCHING .

Thlar.ebeO JDt a to bs did Ar sod HTiTaailnaIm* wall boom.. .._. ...... Ie lbs Tal ey o*.Mt*. a newspaper pobUahad . la th* .lgisuUur. .......W>alarkclronltoonn. III tain two, acre of ground,' rood, new '
"' .r K.a-e..a. ....... If..., ta Cbeoery. to duly awora. aaeh foe kbaadf apaa aath ears that I. said Carl and In., : .. .. .. .>"..i.I....4-t..e M 00Treatanr barn. '< wagon, and buggy .heda. and aU .. 'i at. $5.00 per 100
i ...... Hid VOT was **,....*.. harine asad. k. fa guest Ik*ewbseribera t*tk*foreeame*kar>. TbU April llm. ,,:: . ..i...... ,6O aoBaperlntoadmtol under good new .fence., Fine ?
'I 1 report I* Ibe Court", aad It appearing to ,lie that K to farteaded rasped faith t* (awl) '- B. O. JOMiierciiCterk publfe InstructIsa..M. M OO location Moat. cloa out 200 choice Breeding .
attrfaodoo af ta* Court that the ptltknvr, struct, malaiala and epsrate tk*railroad ........ / Clnmlt t bout. loamyJud.s) i....,.N. .. ....... .-i_.....IIO OO for small truck garden or poultry aanch. ' Hene at once.- ...1.j.\ 'J
la. ..... II... M. Kagm (Mary .....) r a -U.a-' W.J. ....... Solicitor for Oomalalaaa1M T... i>insi r..i,...< ',,.,,1:.. .. ..4)\ .........<.t..O 00UeeMr. This b a fine. proposition, where .' ,
,, ,t ...t'iad -... and the ? ..labor.w I C.W. W. Tax ... ., A.t.: ._J..i..-.......*.. SO 00Sheriff..6. will have the freedom. you See or,write u* for a bargain .
B** *,.sd &bat eb." kea prope/eiV dy .... ., Menlloa.k' r ........r....... ..IwN'. .'.v *o <.* of the country, ; C
i ;auJB *4lo t* ..... ehargToi ad .....* ..1 ,.( &> ii7 .Homestead Notice. uperrlsorof rerurtratloB ..,..,.......a.4' 6 O* yet cloae enough to enjoy all the adraniagea -

i ,DOT. lea Male aatd ... lobooa"o a [W. B. 1IIak'-' ', 1>*,.......t of Ike interior pyomenllg attorney.ooaaty*oart..u.. m 00snbt7reeaseebanst of the city such. splendid high Wilson Bros. f
prs.spmft ,
... .... H >> ... .
ct. -7 | |. "'-e'- 0.41. .- LM4Kata.Harry v. I. land Offlos. loniK blonds ;.. ,.. ,, 00 bMt''marketa : "
._ Ibsi the _Id r'psrt.1 Use Mam.r be ...d W.Thonaaa. t ... '. '3, CCo ;,..,;,,?., .*,.m.var.h 00ntticof Parches. etc. ,'.
[r. .... s.... a sold .obarmdeere.d. Aftbw. D.aapar .c- 0 a n smAprlb*,.'li. ; th* .**.*.......>.. .-j..v,...'...' V OOConatable. Price rf 1.600. H. M. liaatwSR.: & Co. Egg 'Farm' .

+ .. It ill fMrtkar. b.wae.dbsr.dsppro..d.. .... H.u ees.ferq,. . .odf'A".Nb,Florldh...., oepu1'.On .. :.......n.t.r.t....<,.... 1 ODTb 48- . .
SyJI tkst a ilnenee be aad Ik*-:.. 1Mft 1 _\.. Wbl&_. .wpo. Na.Tlw."10.maG. Oc P. 6. Box 447 I
ad to Ik* pllt4oar. tk. saki vn IS. .worn t* sal mb.eelbr bef or* me Ikla IMk Bom....... Isery., Serial. for r-c- for Sate TAMPAGroWl ".

I Mary kro). ttakNotice.*....,.. of .... ....... 4arW ........A.J). "!* ' i3of MJCW!: 8otloa *. To.p II sooth, following Inspector sod .,1. are
pit. .... .4 PePen7. ...4 Ie lMiooaae s ,- ..a.v...* ANctarrPiTbu . Man*. SI **. .TalahMM meridian, ha ftlodDotlo hereby deelirnald to conduct lbs said primary We A..... "
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at intealton siak desirable
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lH es and .rd..... tit. JMLAa4Ii. !dsy otfr / 'II.......n-her It,l-..; loa Proof. to*ataMlh claim 10 the land abor Presroot xa 1-0 W ..ah-. 0'Z Towel F reaident lots, located three block from ,
al M.rea. A.D.Uu.; dowrlbod. boor. Ik. Count? J.....*.al KlasUs' W Stalker, iuspsotorat W A Mclaoa.elrrk. .7 the Court Hone on nice high derat '
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William ..oo..f Iota. In '
J1aI1da, Whlttler. Florida. rreeinotNe.f-C TBitoa. Baymoad. Lanler Alley rear of all these lot.
la Court of tbOoootyjBd(., flute of Florida. Baoaer OBJ' of Whittier nraida., Jebnsou.1mb '
\( Aaron Rear**, Inepectort; D Y Cub or abort time. Let 'na abow
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ae'reeelvcd aonosra that on tba IMtk day of AprIL IHt aw. If a Biount. In ton O D Drls Toy truckers J'oab
spec ; end troll __
wfll fay tk. Board of lilt I kbsll apply to .... Honorable Count'bids r. Preel.dl'o. -W B Godwin A 'I I who .
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N ... i of OaeeoU of 2hrl went bloW ahead.
Convty said
attheir farkar. Uovrt. Jddg of Pro-
JaAf Inspector*: W O MocWland.el.rk'fraelnet .....; ltd. rWsskly Sl.0aper month 1'1.
next .
l nary :
f )IM1. for beta, for a final dtaaharire admlaUtrator/ .. '
utlslrmeouelogfvOAU} No--I-Jam.s 0...._ W F Under. 1y1
( . of : have two of the \10' tIeIIIII'or.'alaaue ,
Ik Ir s moat desirable
Didstha tbe .
a.>a>- ... r-AUoenpaUonstllosassi'ware'ilu October; _
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4- ... . .. lass my Analaceoual lot.sod aoile* la berebr gte..that aaleas eame ghDtOJr, irk " and beat located lots in Prospect Park,
'.J--. J'Jortda "'r'. the as administrator of old sstala, and. are paid on os before Map let the oa TN' rwrrve tela ask for PLORIDA't1ROtYBA.: :
tors. approval. -. will cats lifomatloa acalaaeaU peneo dot Tisoo Insseetors M D llodalCclerk '
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Apr11.19,1 191t'' -. .. .', ,Y; 'I" (""THEI$81.1. :1 :VALLEY ZEfli"' it ,

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If you see a tall llow'ahead-- of a crowd,.
The Man T iafiSELLS HUES" Sanford Takes its, Second Game
: 'A leader of men,marching fearless an<\
loCal proud.
from 'the Team. WHY
And you know of a tale whoso mere
H. :M. ,BREAKER They're nothing but a measly bunch / telling aloud" ">

of celery pickers, anyhow' and we.don'tlike'era. Would cause his proud head to in anguish .
a1 'The score was .Sanford 7, : be bowed, .

Klsslminee 5. and it happened l last Fri- It's a pretty good plan to forget: It.. .
day.; We just'can't'like anybody that
beats us that'way-we'll be dinged If If you know of a skeleton hidden awayIn < f

:.<<1 we' can, but there are, other' games., a closet:, and guarded and kept from t

.J coming.:, j, the day,
'. One thing was clearly" demonstrated ,. In the dark; and whose. showmg.'whoaesudden

(J at.the game-Kissimmee has the finest display vWould /

1 rb assortment of dyed-in.the*wool, un- cause grief and sorrow and lifelong What is ' _

.F shrinkable, warranted not to rip, ravelor dismay, > ::4
run down at the heel baseball fans of It's a pretty good plan to forget it. .

t any city of Its size in America. They If you know.Of a thing that wilt darken

, walked; rode, crawled, scrambled the.! the joy ;
dusty road to, Miller's: addition, and Of a man or a '

watched the game from start to finish, That will wipe out
u L ,1i cheering the boys when they tied the will annoyA i 4

T score, after a game uphill fight, and fellow, or cause dY,

i cheering them equally when the ruthless : It's a pretty (
celery tops heaped up two more' '
', runs. Fans of this loyal type are en- ,
titled to better accommodations for,the I Vote of ). '
games, and they will have them if-the Editor Valley . f
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plans of the management do not miscarry columns of your

r for work is under way on a real the Villa.-e.
baseball plant on Mabbette street, to thank Captain

s h' ttt where the Kissimmee-speed boys will courtesy, his
cavort in the future.Oh substantial

yes ; about that Friday game tendering the A
rI It Is a well known fact that the best cursions during
played games; from a technical\ stand ,of Trade Carnival
point, are the least interesting. The zation.

game Friday was very interesting. Such generosity;

There were enough errors, swats, fans, and helps, to
misplays and mishaps to keep the crowdon places that are

the qui vive for two hours. At that way.
there were flashes of good playing-a The Village '
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good' deal of it by the locals, which Is feels grateful to ; ,,.
evidenced by the fact that Sanford endeavoring to ::-:' ,
called its star pitcher to the slab In the citizen who has tb - '

Having implicit faith In the future of Kissimmee., we have last two innings to save the game. at heart. :
made It our home. We have built up a business of which we feel Buzza, for the Klssimmee team, Feeling' that

proud, and trust by honest, fair dealings to merit a continuanceof pitched a winning game, his benders have a public ; 1,1 ,
a large*portion of the real estate business in this section. If breaking in a way to completely baffle as the thanks of : 1."'

you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the the cripples from Celerytown. In onlyone are, ( t

smallest price that property can be secured for, we invite you to inning, when his support fell down, I THE VILLAGE ;\ ,'1.I '." -

call on us. did Buzza waver, but that inning was -- '. J .. _
We offer Vacant Resident Property, Improved City Property enough to furnish the foundation forSanford's New '? ,

Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at seven runs. But again we : s
We have several
I lowest prices to be obtained. remark ,there are other games coming. under construction : .,' .. .. .
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No. 415-Very desirable vacant l I..t this place. If you desire a home I In WANTED-To rent for summer, fur- ing for sale. All .,., \\1"" "
I containing three acres. Just outside Florida write or call on us quick as thi furnished house close In desirable i\
nished or partly ;
city limits In West Klsslrnme, good property will not be on the market long, them for next "
in. Not too Must have conveniences ( lie ,'''''
place to start poultry farm or truck at the price named. This property ware I
garden. Close to churches and school.A offering for a short time for $12,600( and be reasonable. L. K. D., than will be asked '' $ >"
bargain{ at $175. Let us show you Will sell as a whole or divided into tw this lot. parts if desired.No. v '

No. 501-An attractive\ home In Plne- /f1'ftJj.' ;'

I .- dale. This property In just ouuldo of .402-Fine 20-acre orange grove la' ;:
city limits, on hlirh ground. House cated inside city limits, close to echo I } .- '
is two-story and contains eight rooms, and churches This property consist .
all plastered and hard oil finish, two of forty acres of land, twenty acres of Is Sent., ' -' \ ;
fine well and large barn. .
porches which is in bearing orange and grapefruit r,
This house Is located- a !he.acretrac trees, ten acres additional cleared I ,
with beautiful view of the city and in cultivation; good five-room cottage '''II It
And lake. Land l Is adapted to citrus ; two deep wells. This is an excellent Parties receiving this paper, who g {>"
fruits and trucking. This . ....".1\ .
.location, where will have
1 favorable :you think '
subscriber must not I,
be had for $:1300 on very the freedom of country life with cit regular ,
terms Will introduce customer to advantages. Possession can be secureon the intention of the publishers to ,
owner and let them deal direct. short notice. See this propositio
before purchasing. Price, $9,600; term mand of them the' subscription price I
No. 304-Improved farm, located on _
on part. __ .
best road In Osceola county, It miles -- .' mailed to them' complimentary by o :, : ; \
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from-depot.' 10 acres fenced and In
No.:'437We are offering some ver of Commissioners for the : I ...
!! high;\ state of cultivation; best trucking ; County, ;" 1-,!. .
land IQ this section. Has good: well desirable) resident iota, located thre '< '
3-room clt age, stable, wagon-shed and blocks from Court House on nice hig acquainting them with the many 'A''M h
poultry house. All ready for purchaser elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of aI I and opportunities this town and ,, -\k
to begin work without any delay or these lots. Cash, or short time. Le '
;1 expense of clearing land and waiting us show YOU these lots. the homeseeker. The paper will be I :;) ;::1:' ;
before able to
to Improve being pro-
doe any crops. This land Is adapted few weeks to any person whose name
No. 303-Small farm Inside of cit : ?
t c\,'.' to grove growing can be all started kinds to of good citrus advantage fruits-; limit! Tnis property consists of a five; us, and if they should desire to i .! :
acre tract within a quarter of a mile 01 :-4
while land is beingfarmod. Price ...:
thereafter would be glad
If desired.No. Osceola High School. Small house, fin ularly we '
$1460. Terms on part
land all in cults
four-inch flowing well
-! them subscription list at the ,
vation. City is building very fast ir on our ,
6-room house,
't2 809. Splendid new "
this direction lots will soon command I '
I 'It, Just Inside city limits, fine deep well. good price if ;owner should desire at anJ; 'rates.CENTRAL. < .
f lot contains two acres of ground, good time to sub-divide and sell It for real, t
new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, all dence Price $1,600.
i< under good new fence. Fine location purposes. :
for small truck garden or poultry. ranch. " ," >'"
this is a fine proposition where you will : located : .
FIVE!: city lob on which is i I "' --" ;<
I, will have the freedom of the country, nice new five-room cottage, line vies $ :m b
;a 1 yet close enough to enjoy all the advantage of the lake cool b eEes. This property HOTEL 1i/t''r1'/ '..
of the city, such as splendid is located close to the propose< .- P.' -,
high school, best markets, churches, electric line, on high level.lots., I.. : ,
i ate.., Price $1500. bargain at $1600. Let us show you thi ':"

t i 'No. 434-Fine tract of.40 acres. Just property. RATES: .,$1.60.: $ .OO and $2.61 PER'1.AY-AM \ : \ ,. '.

: short distance, beyond city limits on /., Electric Lighted
and Baths !
' W Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid Not 443-Ten acres located In Par!'t Hot Cold : >' 4 ::
y high school, churches and market. Prlc.f3OOO Garden all under good new fence lam: I. *' ('
Terms If de fine well. 'All tget > t. '
it per acre. on'part, plowed, flowing ready
r.t ,I sired.v .' on and start crop without any de ws ....+ _+ieieww/eisewt a.ewwweewlel s.41 ... ;
lay.. We can offer this tan acres will '

i. ***' .N .,381-A 20-acre tract. located-on price the: above that Improvements unimproved land for is being the sam sol( .FOR GOOD.PICTURES; : : : GO i ii .. ::;, \: '

,' marl l'Oad.11I'0 miles from' depot on for In this tract Our $1000.00
St. Cloud road Property ,has good, Term on part if desired. i THE GEM StT I : ::'
'I f bouse and three-acre orange prove In 4 i9 .',
: beartng, This grove will yield,.from *,. :! HALL PAYNTirT.VnOPBIBTOTBe. .
_1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each No. 46*-Twenty acres located In Pal It: i : l\1f ,
Sufficient\ l land cleared and In
r"; jfear. Gardens; five acres In.cultivation tei
[cultivation td increase grove to twelve.
acres snced- fine 2-inch flowing well '' '
li or fifteen acres, and et same time can la conceded be the best taact ii '
This to
1, be yielding any garden truck desired. Park Gardens' owned by a non-residen : Dealers vin Ansco Cameras and Films,.also" ) ; ,I ..
It search of property that will bring weo desires to sell. We will fhrnial I : Work done for amateurs promptly. Florida "
results this fall, and at all times while why
with owner's address and you eat ; ;
'extending new grove Investigate: this.. deal you directly with him. The price Is at : kinds. Prices reasonable. All- work gui iant ( .
This property is convenient' to town tractive and terms'can be secured 01 1 ;1 IN: ';
,-'has rice marled 4200.road on oDe side' one. .- end. part! of purchase price! if desired. L.. ... ,..... '....."##'>!.##.Retle'.. #.,....".-..+ ......'.. : ,; ; .. ; __ -

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No..468- pdjolnlng''city I Not 457-Here is one of the most desirable
i limits;on t tn'ere. hard road. Land, homes to be found in our city,, ; : ': vote f '11 cleated, ready for,the House contains five rooms, two porches .(; '
d v tits plow. The elevation is high, suitable"-'two wells; city water and electric lights WHltiDEN OF' '.\. ,
t for'Aitrus'fruits and trucking. This New Barn and feed room. Lot 147J:] > i\ e
1471 feet covered with bearing 'grape. .Shoefor ," vf.
fruit,,: orange tangerine, guava am The' Boyden ) ,
.rapidly. A bargain at . peach trees fine shrubbery and flowers .. .
Located in one block of court bouse tithe 1 men'"who" :;-"
best residence'section. Thl, ,.'
? very
R ORANGE ,GRpVE property is offered for the very to*: ,One price-$6 ; :: '
of$2750. tir
No.883Twentyftveaere orange price, Just receiver thi.week a brand new -

.,'. grove ran* through all under grove good; station fence. adjoining Railroad No. 469-Five acres inside city clear': iii: .aU the latest cub and aizetv. Children' ? )} ; '= 1
: .say fenced and plow ,-ready'-for-eultJ
and churchjwithin .
'. .,c ';"_, ,,j-property, quarter>;tnile of property. Alt 'eropa vwtlon. This tract is near the Aultmai; ; In white, black,and tan_ .
that can be grown in Florida do welt on farm on high ground. $1000.00 fakes it ....- ,
Come in and get yourself or: .

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'Valley Gazette ADVERTISING" IN "

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,, HARRIS .- Editor Proprietor
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;:B.JCUYKENDALLKissimmee., Associate Editor e
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: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY NO NUTRITION IN ALCOHOl rertlses in his home weekly new- .
y. t; OFFICE: IN VALLEY GAZETTK BUILDING I IJCJSSIMMEE ;; ,paper because be feel that he should

4 OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA Valve i| give the editor com encouragement.
Problem ef f'C la Condensed
j Hence, because he takes little or'
Inte Nutshell by the Medical 1 '
I no' Interest In what his. advertisement
a ', SUBSCRIPTION RATES:, Time of New:York. says be seldom changes it, and stilt '
a i' .f', < ., r. -. '1.50 1't'
-1 more seldom does he bar anything
_ a1 , copy one year( .75 The loIe4loal'Tim... of New York i ;ln the announcement that grips the Baking Powdeif
...feopJ., sun lDOn.thI condenses the alcohol questions into i'
t i I': I thycomonths' w .40 + reader and thereby bring him
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.Iir4, ne copy.: this nutshell: ,I trade.

v AlTbommunicaUon, except from our authorized correspondents, must be I The problem of the food value of alcohol -'1 j: The average advertisement in ..aweek.1J" ABSOLUTELY PUREr
;: ', ;\ does not aeem. after all to ban, \
'i fy newspaper read like a labeL
a, .t"j", "pec1. by: the,writer been finally resolved by Profeaaor At- The majority of them state that the
.;1\\ water. A German of I'
: matter will tat be returned unless oiled for. phyalologlst advertiser 1* "till at the same old
., ,,yt, Rejected .. Profeaaor Kaaaowlta has. 4
0; . standor. handler the beat good in
in Kissimmee. Fla., a* econd-clas mail matter. lately publlahed the detail of an ezpertmental i
the Fostoffice town. Few of them deal anything
Entered at
t k, ;:i :' ? :,_ Investigation which has but generalities.Such delicious home-
led him to .. Makes
precisely the opposite conelusion. -
,; April: :3.. l 1Q3.2 j I advertisements probably are
+ r : A certain number of dog ]i not worth anywhere near what thy baked foods of maximum

'Yr. "L" were given definite amount of food. r] cost About all they do U to keep cost.
"'," corns with and without alcohol and at minimum
'T' quality
I the name of the merchant before the

k ;, J. J r. 'BOARD OF TRADE I required to take & stated amount of !, reader.'\ But In a small community, home baking a
: exercise each day in a running; machine. Makes
practically everyone know a merchant ,
.; Pt q [ They Say These trial and several otksrs ,' who ha been- In1 business any

0 '' ,'r r ,-S'H.The Board of Trade will! bold it* reg- of a like nature wer. repeatedly length of time so simply baring one' I pleasure .

'r'afjfiar, meeting next Monday night. Va- carried out. and It was found that the name before the public can be of !

'J\\: V'A-flrlous revl.lofof the constltaMonjsretf&tobe"presented I recorded results were uniformly but little benefit under such condition .

try N!: and the member are i Some remark made by: Editor to against the the alcohol-fed dog, both aa *. The only Baking Powder
amount of work
d 13nt.tl7! requested to be present. Th.h"A' of the State retardingjCLuim- Many country merchant leave the
be to I change In weight The'author writing of their advertisements to the made from Royal Grape .
: /tnext' will important
tw few months mee and ''Kiisbnmee' treat of the opinion that no food material editor. They order their sometime ,
: the: .organization and the city, is and interjiated the I paper, Tie Valley Gazette. I can be used in the body without being amounting: to a page, and tell t Cream of Tartar
of who :
y t' cooperation everyone I first concerted Into protoplasm him to write them a "good announcement
n in Kiscimmee i i. de.lred.aJ'ld need- I Since alcohol being a stimulating and ** They do not furnish him witha .

ecs..,.y'There ia i never a meeting of the I The county commissioners of,Osceola poisonous substance destroys the single price or a selling argumentof No Alum No LImo hoep"aloB
-ixwitT at.which some interesting andmportant county having tried the experiment highly complea and unstable protoplasmic any kind. All be gets Is orders to
+ v I/ matter-i. not discussed. Re- '''have' apparently adopted:! the plan of molecule. It cannot at the fill the apace.

Inember next Monday night and bej j|I advertising by paying for a large number same time be assimilated by It, consequently At one time while I was strugglingIn -
of subscriptions to the Valley Gazette It cannot act as a food anda a small town to get a start as an .- ; < '

j present. -- which are sent out to those who poison almultaneously. After a comparatively advertisement writer, I asked the largest -
ird p : _. .
abort period alcohol para- advertiser there to to - -- -
CITY PARK. are not already subscribers, and whom permit me -- --- --
---- they wish to becon.e interested in their lyres the center of Innervatlon of the do some work for him, free. Hon. W. If. Milton addressed a number -
.' / of the muscles and therefore, by diminishing "All right." be replied "write me a of the voters at the opera house
;i, :.. In connection with the matter section. That they have found this to the amount of muscular action tbe I RUN-OVER LOCALSMr. Ii
secretion two page advertisement and bring it
"" A; proposed'tity park we suggest that be a paying plan is evidenced by the of carbonic add Is lessened. around In a couple of hours.** I last Friday night. Mr. Milton received

'Y some one of the civic organizations in- fact that they have just renewed their The diminished eecretlon, consequently Then he hurried Into his store, seated good attention as lie explained his plan

,. .'tenriew the A. C. L. with reference toI(,subscription contract, amounting to 800 means no saving of the tissues of himself on a counter end lighted a C. M. Grilling secretary of the for the improvement of the roads. He

t ,',>'.. M uI' 1j[ 'for this purpose the strip oft copies. They know advertising pays, the body, but I. a direct result of the cigar. He never thought It necessary well known nursery firm of Gritting proposes to use convicts to work a sugar
1 .of: land 'lying between the station and' and they also know what advertising is. poisonous action of alcohol. Kasso- that I bare aom..thlnjlIron; which to l Brothers who has been in attendance plantation in the Everglades, utilizing

+ e t s. Pleasant -. enue. There is reason tot ;' Eight hundred extra copies is also quitea wits Is convinced that under no circumstances bane my selling argument. j upon the Citrus Exchange meeting in the profits from this industry to

' belter that the city would be allowed boost to a newspaper struggling can alcohol act In a nutritive It used to be the custom In a coun- Tampa is planning a tour of the state pay for the construction of good roads.
; ) I. ofa manner. Such Is the latest au- try town I often visited to hold a I ii his Cadillac car. Mr. Gritting will
A tbe use of this land for park purposes faithfully to assist in the upbuilding
; It is I Pres.Kiasimmee thoritative pronouncement on this subject county fair evry fall. Just prior to be at the Graystone in this city Tuesday The newly organized lodge of Odd
of to come. Myers
"ST' number community.Fort
; .:t' ,, for year and could be easily i from the world's scientific cen the holding of the last one, several I night and will be glad to meet his Fellows! in Kissimmee have ordered
.. : admirably located, will yet have use for its ter. What do we learn from the facts years ago a liveryman placed In his Kissimmee friends.Invitations their furniture and regalia, and expect
; i K F ''ifff ?> ..Improved., Beside furnishing a park it < airship ordinance, passed by its city of human experience! Dally observation home paper this advertisement: to be in good working order now in a

I ..'/4'..'.' would add to the attractiveness of Kis.siimmee's council for they are to have an airship shows that all men who drink do "When you come to the country fair I have been issued for the short time. Several new application

1 k t .- : front door. factory in that town. Besides the air not become drunkard. Those who feed your horse at Blanks stable." I mamage ol Miss ;-Sarah: Randolph I r epee for membership have been received
..s I are thus unfortunate are not so because The fair was a financial failure and
r ia full of progressiveness diver there to Mr. James Milton Carson son of and when their regalia arrives the St.
y : I so they are weak In will or morals.or 'no attempt baa since been made to
i , :/ PLANT A TREE that collisions might prove diaaetroue.I men of the highest character hold another In that town. Yet two I,,I Hon. A. C. Carson ot this city. Thv.. Cloud degree team will be invited to

."'t .4" I Cocoa-Rntledge News.I have become Inebriates. A man Is a years after the first Insertion of the wedding will take place in New Orleanson help initiate them.C. .

; U.--s.ld Paid I live board of trade drunkard because he haa a nervoussystem liveryman' advertisement It was still Wednesday evening April 24. The of
Mvdi. ; Aiia be toProviding Kissimmee has a W. Dann has a complete line
aE }s ;' ,, from a mere venture a abort while ago. that 1s peculiarly susceptibleto running' exactly a* It was originallyset bride to be is a popular young woman the newest shades in the new Tubb
.j ..; l-""' Shade.bdents the poisonous qualities of alcohoLNo up. of New Orleans. She has visited here sIlks. 19-lt
It ha thrived and flourished until the
,f; : of ought to young man when he begins the Curious to know what benefit. If and won many friends by her charming
t begin at once the work of lining our for that pretty little city.-Gainesville knows whether or not he belongs to I asked him one day why he did not .. novelty store in the Cash Store,

t; a .'strMta'Dit hlgway with shade tree. the class that can drink without dan change bis advertisement The management- the Pastime next door to the postoflice. While

i Y 4 'and beautifying' the yards with shrubs Sun.The commissioners of Osceola ger. He can find this out .pnljr. by "0.- he replied> -advertising doom? theater has booked for the first threedays Miss Lord's stock is not yet completed,

.: AwF trees.., Many of the fine old oak county awake and they experiment, and after the experiment pay. anyhow and I might as well have :next week in addition to the reg- the intention is to keep the very latest
", ''are fctUl';standing in parts of the city county are wide are It is likely to be too late to avert the that announcement as any other In novelties and fads. Those little things
;:, but then are whole blocks that are utterly aiding materially in the development of disastrous results against which the paper." ular program of excellent pictures, Mr. .
i devoid of trees. From every the county by subscribing for eight strength of character and will is no I I In that particularly case advertising Clem Hackney and his talking marionette I that are so necessary to a woman'sappearance
F' be found at MissLord's.
admission will 10 ahd 15 will
The be
k ,.standpoint this U undesirable. In added hundred copies of the Kiasimmee Valley safeguard, any more than it would certainly did not pay. *
beauty alone trees more than pay Gazette to ,.be mailed weekly to home- be against smallpox. Therefore, strict An Insurance agent In that same cents each night. There will also be a I .

$ .' tat'.themselves. The comfort whichnay' seeker throughout tbe United States. avoidance of alcoholic beverage 1* town changes his advertisement every matinee each afternoon at 4 o'clock; Vote for R. T. Butler for Tax As

't 1 shade tree in Sanford Herald. the logical keoncluaion. If the gravest week. Recently I congratulated him admission, 5 and 10 cents.. sessor. He has held this office four
5 r be derived from a
.t s perils are to h avoided. upon his enterprise."Yes years and his record is clean. 17-2t
l 1 1"o ::the warm afternoon cannot be eatimat'isVKowhere The commissioners of Osceola county ," be responded do 'change Mrs. I. L. Gronlger who has been ,

,:,'f. k : ,in the world Is shade have adopted a splendid system of advertising Misuse Pr. rty..' It.every week; but I have to watchIt pending several month with her M;. O. B IJowse/ ,. ot Ocala, arrived " ,'

f( sesaaanter than here. In the north oftlfbf their county by subscribingfor No man baa a right to p use his: prop. pretty closely If I don't change daughter Mrs. B. ..'. Mikeoell. at Bow.' in the city this week to look after' hi* "i

;, on a hot day the shady spots are It the- editor wont." for home cattle interests. He an interest
... eight hundred copies of the Valley erty In such manner a* shall Injure en's Ranch left Monday her owns
M ""'. uncomfortable! a*"the''sunny side of Gazette to be mailed! each week to prospective the life or property "of another, and When the country merchant learnsto at Rockfield, Ind. She was'accompanied with Mr. E. L. Lesley In a large herdon

.4' ; ,':: the: street. ,Not so here. Howeyer borne-seekers in other. states. the consent of the party injured I. no write snappy 'advertising, filled to this place by Mr. and Mrs. Mike- the Kissimmee prairie, and they
with good selling argument and prices, ,
the sun shine in Kiasimmee, the editions" mitigation of the offense.-Black- her startedon to the annual
may This is better than "special then will he have less cause to sit by sell, who came to see safely expect begin spring

,. ,is always delightfully coot All :or pamphlets, aa the home-seeker get stone. the stove In the rear of his store and her long journey. Mrs. Gronigerwas ; "round up" next week. Mr. Howse

"; \ -edr.tnet./abould be lined with trees. acquainted with they county and the assail the mall order houses and highly pleased with her visit, and will be on the range about three weeks

.i ', Several -property-owners have already people by reading the weekly newspa The body Horace overcharged on Liquor.with the excess the men who are behind the parcels> will give a good account of this section II and Mr. Lesley will go back and forthin

.. this. :spring planted trees in front: of per. That eight hundred dollars was of yesterday, weighs down th. post bill. I when she get home. his car.

+;,;q ( ,,tnrtr dwelling Their example shouldWfeBowed money well invested.-Sumter County mind toc.ther'with, itself, and fixes to .

I :.; rotor no,t a block remains Time the earth that particle of. th. divine GOod Hog Tonic. of
'il' ,t for/ A few dollars spent spirit.-Horace. The United States Department
f c mean day and weeks of John W. Watson ha been a useful Agriculture recommend. the following GARDNER & ELLIS .
v member of the legislature for'about mixture aa an excellent hog tonic:
Makes Him
L hereafter. Squirm.
5 ,Ir .. .. Fifteen year He would make Florida When yon hear a man defend the "Wood salt, two charcoal pound; one sodium pound bicarbonate.two ; common, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
.f a good governor.-Stark e Telegraph. liquor business, ask him what benefit
ihs plied the
I of admink n to ,. pound: sodium byposulpbat.
.N ankua: Comers" entertainment at the saloon la to a community Uid two. pound; sodium sulphate onepound
We Guarantee
'watch him aqtIlna.
*epers, this evening will be :25 cents Dog licenses Due. ; antimony sulphide one Pass all Insurance Inspection

,,ehBdren: 85 cent general ad- All dog license'were: due March lit Saloons Depend on Bey pound.powdered These substances and mixed.are A thoroughly dose RK

' ;, ,aDd 50. cents, for reserved and I am now collecting earns All The saloon depend on boy for is a large tablespoonful tot each 100 FIETIn OUR LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
; dog moat be tagged and any found business, but who want to give hla SPECIALTY
of bog flesh. It Is most con
. running at large without license tag boy that the saloon may prosper?
"\ ,.Neser: IIarena: C. Fagg George E. will be taken up. and if unredeemed veniently' given: Jn a thin lop.

Frank F. Fitch and Friend EL within 24 boars will be shot. Cost of .
3 arrived fa the'city yesterday tag*. $LOO for male and $2.00 for female
F W. PrmiAH.
,. .
; and thit
were Joined mona"fiBrY *
e 16-4t Marshal.
'W.'1* C. liahon; pastor of > SNOW BALL FREEZERS LEADER ICE CHESTS .

". Street ,Baptist Church of "
SpfettdJd Residence lot
The '
** gentlemen conameat '
CI) .. t1 -
r 4'i of .. < worker In Mo 463-Fine, large vacant corner

f' Religion ForwardMove- lot. 80x1471 feet close to lake. Splendid tiREFRIGERA

b who are" nnselfiishry giving their location "good neighborhood We
/ !
1\ I and talent to tour the,,.State ,of are offering thia large lot at the very I TORS I.

,s.,1. in the _interest of this great low price of, $400 cash 'IL ')t.'Breaker -

They have just closed a a Co., 164f

meeting in Sanford and will a' i '-und .

t R' ; hen through Sunday.: Kle- Notice.. .

should torn oat en masse1, and MoUe to tMrahr. Uu lb. CodBrd.will .
theM meeting Dr. If shoo will sa.was7Jee.SB-ea th. 7tfc 4arer Nay A.D. 4 ti I SNOWBALL FREEZERS I
at the Christian lair M rmfn aeald Bids to lay dd.walka .
church .
tonight.Barbecue .
> .a.Ak ...*., a tnt, Troai ..s.wana
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I: tmm sp.dtosfou. a.wo. t.Al* ta the City H
i;, ?:t, .ak'.Whl'ttkr' 0lert'sTaaeeGa.cll'e.s.rves. -' , to reject .. LEADER REFRIGERATORS are ele nt in style, beautiful m finish, perfect id' n'
say .
',De Tanou candidate for office and operation. Automatic double circUlation, zinc lined. We carry a complete line i
This Uta day'of April-A;D.,na.If : .
: tlaese aDd right.a .
of Refrigerator prices
our are
?.$ throughout the county anally J. E, OILS CRT. sa

Invited to be present at a bar- city curk. SNOWBALL STEEL FRAME FREEZERS three motion, steel locks and catches,

to be held at Whittier on April Q. palls are of best Virginia white cedar, electric welded wire hoops sunk into :Qgl oa :

;:A. good. time ia promised to aIL I I Virtue and Knewtee*.. ? E pooya. AU materials are of the beaL Cans are made of beat quality tin plate Q. .=[::

jIp s.1,j, '.Y' JULIAN UONTSOOCA" Virtue 1* aa ..{.... bet abe Is o tJ o are double thickness at top and will not dent in uae. Workmanship, material toO :I
I Chairman. of freezer
and mechaniam every guaranteed.U ir
I 'ff _-- a bUM ome and mart ask e** J .: :I

"i. W. i lane has an attractive line of Ka w edg* to show her the 1 1J t71N
white goods. pathway that lead to her goal I

',!'1,. :''' ": hand.Here U knowledge readte. ,.coaabat en the either.Ia ether. . j . ROSS GRA VES. . y x '

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"The Store That Appreciates Your Trade"
',' ,litU* Lola, aged five went to the the banners of rlghteonaaeea 3

Manswer, to the poatmaa ...... : ready to forge eaaaoa ban er m,
tgnsd was ,baoded' postal card, the I to prtnt:,Nrw Testament.. ts .

x\.) | *toe.'sb.had. : ever' set -Oh. : navigate a corsair' Teasel er a I AIRTITJ REFRIGERATORS ,LEAD R REFRIGERATORS :
F ".: ,IrasJnms.".she exolalmed,: "here's a let-< minatoaary 'sklso-Horace May e .'

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?t I 1R The Kl&slmmee{ :Vaiieu: Gazette r Interwoven Hosiery Is mad'to resist i- ,Dr. ,Edgar Cole. of, the.;C,,A.-Col, ,

the poke of the toe. the rub of the I store In this city, will hereafter; make ,'fI ''" '. t.' ''t'' ,. 41I' : -'' '"" .' ,
'' 'Ts-UKPHOMBl NO. '1., heel..the. slide of the sol .>tha, pull at weekly trips to Lakeland,'; Jo connection \ \ ;fIj1 j '. '
ank... At C.W. Dann's '
1 ; .
with the optical department of the<
'( ;>. EVERY.FRIPAy.. Any frork.'don, at 'the Cash''Store store of.Cole & Hull in that ,city. Hi ke Gem Vill'A

-BT- Jewelry Shop; next door poatofflce first trip will be made next Tuesday.The L .
,. : "W.Vfeather. B. HI.!.1... If fully. guaranteaO. P. G., White., 2tiVote .
I j.. .. Aetna Insurance Company &is the '.
" ot: "- for a lawyer for County --Judge latest acquisition to Dozier Leaner ,, .h: -.

,.jc! : ,ti r'Y O. F,..ranker' is the only, candidate who'' Fire Agency. This- agency now ha
Report I,: ; j j4t' seventeen of the best companies to be ," .
found anlwh 're. When you see Dozier "
?I ,
The evening train Monci.ifromJ.ek..onvllle Leitner, think of Insurance;, and when '
.: wet delayed some time by you think of Insurance see Dozier limited community' of :high-class people
are the daily tern Leitner. It
trestle Carroll's' turpentine "
burning near ; : ;
; ,r
as '
' reported peratures by and'the precipitation Government still., Mr., ,W.. p.. Giles, of Orlando, ha a ,rapid and .considerable ,advance in the price::: '
, "" The moved to this city, and has opened a
'-9 '.taUon".t Kissimmee' for.'.the : new' bread food, Sweet Potato ,, :; ,r., I .. '
Flour. Send lOc in stamps tor trial repair shop for bicycles, guns, stoves. V '; '
,',. week- ending Apr. 18i 1912. package. A,' F., .. Spar, Kissimmee, locks eta ;He has rented the'old Valley property.: , i''r-;:
11-tf ,
i.." I aull: alas' suss : Fla.; tfr Gasette building and,opened up for ", J' ,

. Friday. .... ... 89 64 ., Adjutant General Foster: passed business last Monday.: '..'. ..' "' ... "

,; .Saturday. ... 88 67 . through the city Thursday afternoon."Ha .'' Ii.... Pfann's Sunday School Class Our Book Explains' Why ":
js : : s <
I'f1/ Sunday... ... 85 66 '. was enroute to Orlando' to inspectthe Will serve refreshment at her residence ,, \. ,

Monday .. .. 93 64 .. company there. on Saturday afternoon from 8:30 .. ..,.. ....: '. ,

l .To..,.., .;.. 93 70 .... ,A silk event at Katz' sale of finest to'& o'clock the proceeds to go to the ., .

Wednesday , >94, '62 ..". silks in the handsomest patterns? shown building fund 'of the Methodist church. '4i I a

V Thursday . 88 74 ..45'V this.season. It Everybody cordially invited.

r. All work'.ntrusted to Kissimmee Au- '
hose with
Free! A pair of 25-cent .
to Garage: and Machine Company will pair of shoes worth $3 to $5 or a "
o.vtiwvwv. .a have ..prompt'attention.. Satisfaction 15-tf every 10 or 15-cent pair with all shoes under
guaranteed. $3. This offer Is good for men's wom- Lake Gem Land Compamy

Vote for Geo. F. Parker, reelectionfor en' and children's shoes. Lawson's
s THE LOCAL [IEID.v County Judge. 14-6t Cash, Store next door to Postoffice. IStf '

,; I Mr. Clyde Ferguson! was taken to J. E. MATTOCKS' Pres. & Manager {I't

.1 Vote ,for T. M. Murphy Orlando Tuesday In connection; with "
for County Judge.Mr. some trouble over a financial transac ,
'" tion. Mr. Ferguson's many friends in
,?I" J. H. Woodall's new residenceon
Silk sale 23rd .nd 24th at Kail' It this city are confident that the matter
bi'l3rosdway is nearing completion -
I and satisfactorily ad. a
Cadet Hosiery at C. W. Dann's. It and he expects to occupy it in a will promptly I ,

Mr. T. W Hayward and wife left tor few days. jueted. i

Pine Island Minn., Tuesday morning. Vote for R. T. Butler for Tax A.- Wanted-100 milk cus-
He has held this office four
sessor. Kis-
Phone 235
C. W. Uann has the Edwin Clapp years and his record Is clean. 17-2t tomers. ,
shoes. For men who care. It Co. '
simmee Dairy City '
If elected I will do all in
Jno. A. Potts of Kissimmee Park reinstate Free Books. Frank Collier Delivery. is.*

spent Tuesday in the city. It
Mr. E T. Cole father of Dr. Edgar
Quinn J. Bass and !son of Camp Ham Vote for Geo. F. Parker reelectionfor ..
Cole of the C. A. Cole jewelry store '!
mock were trading: in the city Tuesday. County Judge. 14-6t .vrfM
left on Tuesday for his.former home in ;

Vote for Geo. F. l>Parker reelectionfor "Boone's Straight": and "Osceola". Mt. Carroll III. He went with a company ?> . &,
14-5t Best 6 cent cigars. Box trade solicited. <
County Judge. 10-tf of Mt. Carroll people from St. 'iI>(' ,

Misses Lizzie and Adalene Doneganare Cloud who were returning to their -may Of every description on view here. The novel the: '

spending the week with friends in Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine homes. Mr. Cole will return to Kissimmee all '} t" '
Company will do anything: in lathe or unique the distinctive are represented in our,superbcollection .(
in about six weeks.
Sanford.A. machine work for for automobiles
you V If desire [to give or own jewelry that .,; aI
E. Cram and E. R. Burr were boats and all other machinery. 15tf Royal Collars, the latest styles, at F. V, -. .

prominent visitors over from St. Cloud Mr. R. b. Waring's handsome! new H. Lawson's Cash Store. It will be a never failing source enjoyment, select' I 'it ( ,

Tuesday. bungalow oh Emmett street is now State Chemist R. E. Rose of TallaIjassee : here by all means. ,. ;::,[ ,, r

C. J. Clayton the furniture dealer nearing completion and will be one of who is a candidate to succeed ", ''t. j I ,
spent a few days of this week visiting the handsomest residence properties in himself was greeting his many Kissim 'i j :

his parents at Crescent City. the city.A mee friends on our streets this week.: 1. ,..1ttt'1.C

Captain Rose is a popular and efficient
W. W. Nettlea one of the leading brief meeting of the City Council official and his friends In this, his old,

merchants of Whittier spent Tuesday was held Tuesday night to hear complaints tome, are glad: to know he will be returned -

in the city on business. with reference to the new pavIng without opposition.Mr.
work. No complaints were pre- Jeweler and
Think just a little and take advantage C. W. Ward left on Thursday .COLE 'I; ,

.of buying your silks now.It atKatz' sented.We for New York. From that point he A OptometristIS : : I
want to sell them '
will take passage April 25th on the ,
T Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fuller of Winter cheap. Ten milk cows, White Star liner Celtic for Europe.

Haven visited their daughter Mrs $25 to $50. Kissimmee After a brief, tour through Southern ) _. "t
E. A. Niemever in the city this week. Dairy Co. 16-tf Europe. Mr. Ward will go to Switzer- .

land where he will spend the summer.
C. W. Dann is still selling Suits at '

greatly reduced prices It School_ Vote.Board for Frank First! Collier district.for Imperof He rayon The Royal.: Collar' for! men at F. H.Lawson's \ ;

Mr. J. H. Moody of Riverview, Fla., Free Books. It Cash Store. It .

was in the city this week looking after Capt. Henry O'Neal has sold his bus.iness Mr. F. H. Jenkins returned the first .

his cattle interests. at Rosalie and moved with his of the week from Birmingham where ?

Mr. C. Collins of Tampa is here at" family to this city. He expects to-engage be went to select brick for the new THE TITLE GOOD' '

few days visiting and assisting his In boat building: here and is endeavonni paving contract. He believes the new ,

.: brother Ed in the plumbing business. to secure a suitable place or brick will be even better than that already Is the main'question and should always answered:
v ,' is ,
li .,' '. .rn r "u the lake front. laid; Material for the curbing ,
} . "
Iu. Vote for Geo. F. Parker re-election now being put in place. Mr. Berdell t ', (by',a disinterested authority.: The' ', }
li for County Judge 14-5t One of'the experts of the Men area from' Palatka in couple of
will return a
, ,
'" ,,1" Religion Forward Movement will preach j-'ITLE O O :
,I If you want Free School Books in weeks and take charge of the work. I GUARANTY ,
for Rev. A. M. Chisholm at the Chris '
Osceola vote for Frank Collier.It '
I" county ttan church Sunday morning. We ask Theodore Hendncks is in the city visiting will search and examine the title to the land which you are adout ;
He Osceola elsewhere in Florida, and if found to .be good (
for a large audience as there will be igreat his sister Mrs. R. G. Canova. County or
A word to the wise is sufficient. for those who with Mr. Canova brought down the you against loss by reason.of mortgages, liens unpaid taxes and :
Katz' Silk! Sale 23rd and 24th. It message come.
: launch "Mut" from Jacksonville and It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against notice'M' a

Miss Louise Strickland was the pleas _Rev. J. K. Nutting, a former pastel had it hauled to Kissimmee from San- perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the -

ant guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. of the Presbyterian church in this city,, ford by team. It is a swift craft 211 of our TITLE; POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of 21tl,< ,

Nickels, on Emmett street. spent the forepart of the week hew feet in length.
,1 attending Presbytery, returning to his Tie Title Guarantee Company does General Abstract Business tkroof boat the :, : :

,' Vote for a lawyer for County Judge. home at Aubumdale yesterday. Kate' ad this week In the Gazette is Abstracts to City and County Property nude and delivered .on short
+ G. F. Parker is the only candidate who another evidence of the modern methods + .
is. 15-4t Ladies you should come in and look employed by this popular store In
q at the Julia Marlowe Pumps and Slippers merchandising. The Katz store and ;
Miss Wilmuth Geiger of Norfolk. at Lawson's Cash Store. It Its efficient force of clerks bas gainedan Title Guaranty Comp'Capital y;!

Vs.. has been visiting friends and relatives The "Mother Goose" entertainment enviable reputation for square dealing -
!in Uu city and Apopka this week. and courteous treatment. Don't '
which was to have been given at the let anything keep you away from this Stock $1OOOOO.OOCARROLL : ," .,}
i All kinds of Oils and Polishes kept in Chapter House last Tuesday evening' opportunity bud silk at this price. It "
stock by Kissimmee Auto Garage and JUDSON. president EDWARD A. NASH. Secretary'TOOMER ,' ;
'till ; '
., Machine Company 15tfG. was postponed next Tuesday evening Miss Painter of Jacksonville ,was REYNOLDS G CouselBranch :' '
4 .
JUDSON Treamer ,
R. :
April 23d. ) V. /
the week end guest Mr. and Mrs: J, .., .' I ,
: Boone left Monday 'night for J'
went to attend 'the Every man in town should wear Roy H. Taylor. 'Mr: Tayior'sister,. Miss Home.Office, BisbeeBufdlng'. .. : Office ,'. i
where he
Tampa I. O. O. F. .1 Collars. Find .them at Lawson Rosa Taylor, of, Bartow,, arrived the Jacksonville, Fla. *' ,Kissimmee( FIkS: \.
meeting of the Grand Lodge; ?
Cash Store., It
tint of the week for a few'days' visit. | I
which convened in that city this week. ; ; Kissimmee/Branch/ 1 y
her'cousin :lEWIS BRYAN Manager ;
_Mr..T.'W,MUla, of Palatkastoppedwerln She was accompanied by. ,

,I,, Vote fqr T. M. Murphy *hU- ity on Monday on his way Miss Dandy, also of Bartow.Mr. ., \ I -- ..

: for County Judge.Vote to Tamp to attend the Grand,Lodge L J. T, Smith, of' Massachusetts, ,
; visited his sister and "
O O. F.and who spent the winter In Kissimmee I '

for R. T. Butler for Tax Assessor. brother. Mrs. A. S. Gilbert and Mr. left Monday for home. Mr. Smith was . . ,

R He has held this office fouryear. Joe' ,.Jeffords... delighted with Kissimmee and 'pur .- .- -
and his record Is clean. 17-2t \ '
If in need of a corset, investigatethe chased some valuable property while ;
The Walk-Over Shoes at C. W. Spirella the corset with a guarantee here; on, whichhe; will build when ,he ,
Dann's. $3.60 to 16. Satisfaction in ; never rusts or breaks. Made to returns next fall.- JUDGE MINOR-.S.., JONES; : "' '.i
't. every pair It order. Call on Bertha Twltchell, Corsetierre ; % V
d I. ; .
'' : ,.for measurements. 16-4tp Mr. J.. H.. Halley, of the Peninsula { .. .. : .w '
.f;"; TV W. Mills, wife and daughter, of'lli "t '!
highlands Co., of Lougbtnafl was transacting :
Palatka. are visiting the family of Mr. Another week of those White Skirt LANDIS: : i 41
business in- the city on Tuesday.Mr. ,
A. 87 Gilbert Mrs. Mills is a sister of at 98c. Sold everywhere IL50.Lawson's : : : ":
Jl S. Gilbert. Cash Store., ItIf' .'Halley .tata'th.t'. his company Is Si , ** & "I
business satisfactory. He IV p'
,, finding very ."
choice, are particular, '
you '
'. Kissimmea Auto Garage and MachineCompany phone 188 for'accuracy and dispatch. says hew settlers are constantly arriving ; ? ; e'JF:1L"1pil'1: 19J2.; .. ,
.. '
::1 handle. all kinds of auto sup Will call and make estimates from'your and that practically all Of them' To THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS or THE $ : 4
(If'; -taiinga, inner tube.; 'pumps, own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer after the i ,'." : '
: make, purchases they see 7
jack. FLORIDA b ,
,, plugs, eta 16-tf and Interior Decorator.. Box 139. 6-ti SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .. ,

4'r' 4 The second nine and High school ofthlscity Mtss Frances Powers who was the lend: Club delightfully I have receive so many letters from about the clrcult: .asking information' about'Mr., t.'* Q '

r\\' ; played a match game Tuesday guest of Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Holt returned The Nlt-ta-ho-ta-lee entertained at the was home of- Cary D. Landis and his qualifications'that I have concluded to' answer publicly, and so pay'h c''

1,, with a score of 8 to 6 in favor of the to her home in Knoxvjlle,"Tenn., Hiss,Rachel Leake on last Friday nght.( brief tribute to him before the people. My gratitude: to him for his loyal friendship. 'to me ;, .kl iFf

v second nine. this week. Miss Powers made many The members participated in a numberof makes it pleasant to do so, but it doeL not, warp my, estimate of him. His! neighbors"i'? : .

1, Silk prices hit a "jolt" at Katz' that Mends In this city.who will rememberher games which furnished much amusement vouch for him as well. '
to small
them prices.
has "jarred" visit with pleasure. '
I 23rd and 94th. It and.enjoyed -'several musical Mr. Landis is a thorough and accomplished lawyer, a patriotic) citizen, a systematic r ,
Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew left numbers. Mr. and Mrs. Nickels and ? .k
;!, Smoke "Boone's Straight" and pn Tuesday fot'"Daytoh. to attend the Miss Strickland were the guests of the business man and a.ripe scholar.: "' -... ,' ,,i,.
/ "O eeola." None better. Made in .Cleanandtrue-In.ali-the-felatioos oflife,-jus.t$ 'and loyal! 'In the courthouse and ou\pf '
of Kissimmee. 10-tf meeting of the r' postmasters jot .the lub.: :
State. He was'accompanied'!! by Postmaster Plans- are being considered' by Mr. R. it. no lawyer in the circuit could bring to the service of the people' brighter promised !satisfactory -' , o 1 rY. {
4.3 Intersection Brack !"
: Mrs. -E. E. Hilton Hill,of I4arcooasee, and Postmaster of office of State' than he..
r, and Broadway has excellent table T. Butler to add another story,to his : administration the Attorney .. 1 "
:', board; also rooms and board. Meals Garner of St. Cloud. Broadway building. It is alsO'rumored The argument that'' he is a'"Yankee" beca.usene.came, from'the West, will appeal:to r y

l reduced to 25c for the summer., It wan't that Mr. B. C. Miller and Mr. IL C. i
When you Anything in the automobile but few people. ',.... ,$ V ',..
: Saturday afternoon: the 'second nine line give Kissimmea Auto Garage -I Stanford will each put .an additional .' :'*" MINOR S, JONES, 't \" ;
and Machine trial. .
.1" of.this city will play,the second nine of Company story on his building adding' still more ". ,1 / '
, We will give satisfaction or try f ,
t' ''Orlando! the;home diamond; The mighty hard. Our, shop. h In charge o; to the appearance
home..,boys are expecting, victory.., .aiiledmecbsnlCL V 'l -lf wmest blocks Inline'city.. '
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TOOMER'S PLATfORM I a ship canal across, the 'peninsula of Ii -

Florida from the St. Johns'river to the 4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4
JIIJ' Gulf. This Is a'change in the .map of
Candidate v for Congresman Opens the world which should and which cer-
tainly will ultimately be made.. The
\ His Campaign Palalka. commerce of the East and the western -VIA-

,% , '.' lion. William M. Toomer opened his coast1,of South America and the Gulf .

campaign for at absolutely demands It, and if elected I
speaking Congressman
rt, : You meet a man who says that there is i no need Large in a'vigorous'speech at Palatka, will prepare introduce and advocate ,ATLANTIC COAST LINE

f I' 'of one having their home well furnished, but you Florida, from which we quote the following legislation to this end

\seldom: see a housewife .who does not want her : Regulation I Trusts-The proper

sir 'Loul ,neatly lumia ed. We say i it, is a good time A representative in the United States regulation of the trusts is one* of the "Dixie Flyer" ""Seminole Limited"
Congress from Florida holds a great intricate and 'subjects .
and look'over most important
,to furnish now, and if you will only come
office. This state with'is population, o>(r immediate'' inquiry and legislative Limited" 'I f
stock of everything in "South Atlantic
y, big
r property port, coastline and brilliant action. The power of the Federal (government -
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commercial future (If. Its interest are to control these agencies of

; r, I r'' r Furniture and Housefiirnishings given due consideration by the general Interstate and foreign commerce has "Montgomery Route"Through
government), la the 'greatest State in been expressed in what Is known as the

r ; \J, ,, ,And get our prices, and just see what easy payments many respects in the South Atlantic Sherman anti-trust law. This law has Pnllman Cars from Chicago, SL Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolif, Louisville .

you will surely buy. States. I do not claim but a modest been the subject of much judicial consideration Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham "Jacksonville.
'. share of business a ability and legal construction and mi con-
See our Fire Screens, Porch Shades, Swings and training, but all 1 have, with the ener struction. It has recently received exhaustive DINING CAR SERVICEFor

r' '' Chairs, Ice Cream Freezer, Oil and Gasoline gy and loyalty, which I pledge: will be consideration by'he Supreme further information call on or write to -

Stoves. directed, if I am elected, to the beat Couro of the United States and its W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent Kl lmmee. Fla.,
t interests of the State as well as the meaning defined; in such general; 1 termsas
a, l ld J. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent. _
CASH Of? INSTALLMENTS general government. The public is en- to indicate the absolute necessity for Tampa Florida. .
titled in the very beginning of a campaign further legislative construction and
'' to a frank expression from each definition, or in plain language further
fl J CO candidate of what he regards as the amendment.My ------ .
1 controlling public questions and his. position interest in the study and enforce- )()()()COCOCOCOCCQQOCCCCCOOOCOCXXOCOCOCOCOC.

on each of them.OverProgressivenessI. ment of the act arises from a hard S. Lo LUPFER. .
J. E. RUSH, Manager. C. A. CAMON. ., J. A. CRANP'ORD.
believe we study of the act and the decisions rendered President Seer tarn

;; OPERA HOUSE. NEAR NEW DEPOT are in jeopardy of the Democratic party under it, and from the actual
i getting too "progressive." It ia representation of the United States

entirely pardonable for a man a bUSI- government in the trial of what I sincerely '
t ness, or a party to l t>S progressive, but believe to have been one of the KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO:,
i, it l is dangerous to become "insurgently
-- -- most important cases ever brought under -
progressive." The business interests the act. This case tested the accountability -

of the entire country are being demor- not of inanimate corporations .
Rough and Dressed a
alized by the tendency to over-progress- but of individuals charged with
veneas in some factions of our party. destruction of competition and the

SUMMER FERTILIZING I[ strongly favor extreme conservatism, I consequent restraint of trade, both interstate PINE LUMBERHOUSE
: and especially i is this true in the enact- and foreign, by means, some

e ment of legislation which exercises the of which were illegal in themselves,
; Size Qualify Early Maturity government's; power to tax. I am and which, tested by common standards

"1 Send for1 our latest free book thoroughly in favor 'of decent reforms of businesss methods, were utterly
s In business life and in government, but wrong. I am opposed to the oppressionof HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooi

? THE PAYING GROVE the favoring of one radical reform and business, even though the business .

another, chiefly as a pretext to climb may be large in the aggregate, where
i' .
r.o' It tells the HOWS and WHYS interesting to a citrus into office, is about to reform this country the means adopted for thus enlargingthe
'rower at this season. It also gives full description of into a state of panic. It does not particular business mean a cheaperand

4 our fine line of I' raise the price of our lumber or naval better product with better facilities ..................................................................
stores, or fruit or farm products, or for distribution, and where the ;
Fruit and Vine Formulas. I
cheapen the cost ot living, but simply means adopted for thus building up the
;fs If Ideal Fertilizers and Ideal Methods have made keep investors uneasy and timid inputting business are not otherwise illegal or j Many people do not know what a Bank'i Capital: in tor. or the dUr.r.....between
a bank of little or no capital and one with a lnre capital
k the banner crops of the State. I out capital in our section of the immoral. But where the direct pur- ;
country, where it is very much needed of the organization is to establishand
pose la the fond that protect the depositors from loel, therefore the larger it Ie the
x WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.Manufacturers I and where ordinarily it would yield .the maintain a monopoly, or where greater protection the depositor b..... This bank baa a .
surest and best returns. such is not the real but the r Capital of ....Iom 00Hurploi ;
: of purpose
land of .. .. ... ...... ..n.lIOUoo
} j IDEAL FERTILIZERS It l is conceded that the tariff needs immediate and inevitable result i is the Stockholder liability M.OOO 00 .

I V S 1" revision, and this the Democratic partyis destruction of competition by means i A total tm.ftOQ: r
'- Jacksonville, Fla i diligently at work upon and should that are in themselves illegal and flagrantly i Thin mean that we must lone 112. ,OOO.OO before our depoallort could 1_ asent.
Fir accomplish. I believe the continual wrong, I strongly favor the en- ThU protection la for YOU.

r agitation of this subject i is doing aboutas forcement of the penal provisions of STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE

_i' much harm as the severe exaction the Sherman anti-trust act, not only -0K. ,- r ...
of the tariff itself. It should be done against the corporate organization, but ....IMMis.,, FI PesOA.i .
GILBERT'S with: and the business ojf)! the country against the offending officers.' The i C. A. CAR"OS' JOHN M. LBBVIcePreHklent N. B. CARSON r
, advised what to expect from our partyIn force of this act has in many instances President Cahl.ri.
'Cents': ,.Furnishing, Dry Good, a Complete Line of Shoes this matter. The protective theory been spent in investigations/ and prosecutions .\ .............! I

'I Wee, i line of Embroidery Flouncing Best line of Dress Ginghams of the Republican party should be challenged inaugurated purely for partisan
r, ; 160 to $1.25 at 10 cents and outlawed, and we should or political purposes and sometimes to
p ,1 .*. ,.Fiaxons; at 15 to 25c yd. Calico at 5c yd. have a tariff only for revenue to the exploit the talent and energy of prosecuting Distance
A. 'S. GILBERT NORTH KISSIMMEE /general government. It should in no officers and politicians. I anvin 296
case be levied so as to foster established favor of the direct enforcement of the .

manufacturing enterprises'which' penal provisions of this act and do not .

need no protection but which] are now believe-that these provisions of the act saying the right' thing .
able to pay ''foreign freights, export require any further legislative defini-

NEWiCHINAWARE their products and sell the foreign consumer tion. The civil provisions of the act at the right time X;:>; .

.. at less than the domestic price; need amendment and legislative defini
I but it should be laid chiefly on luxuries, tion. It i is perfectly possible now for in the right way
and when thus or otherwise imposed its the government to spend five years anda

reciprocal benefits should be so distributed half million dollars to accomplish the We make a specialty of planning, preparing
as not to line both sides of every dissolution of an illegal combination literature and conducting campaigns for

'A',, WE'can, give you some attractive prices on river in New England with factories and the same men,. using substantiallythe Land Companies and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN, Boards. of Trade Municipalities -
v manufacturing finished products out of same means, can in an hour take
Chinaware received ------y-
r ow new jusu . . :
Florida's material but so as to give up and carry on the destruction of competition
\ EVERYTHING our lumber and naval stores and cotton and restraint of trade (without
and fruits a fair share of these incidental fear of successful interference until

TCHEN AND DINING ROOM benefits which accompany the the government has spent another five
burden of the tariff levied even. for year and a*half million dollars. The TAMPA FLORIDA

List' show revenue. effective enforcement of the penal provisions -
i ly, u you .
I Initiative, Referendum, and Recall of the act by the department
A, near line of' Beds; ,Dressers; Chain and* The Initiative Referendum and Recall charged with it* enforcement is what ,

1 Cent ;Table*just received this week idea, now popular with some politicians, the business interests of the countryrequire >t'
Mid other I think is in ..
some /
t 1lf..r..1" ,CASH''RIN.GS.,LOUD ,AT some respects utterly wrong.. The 'The public, is not interested In contests CARSON & BASS Z. BARAGERWALLPAPER' ; ,:.

propriety of referring many question of personal reproach by men .

.C1ayt.On.:( $6 Godwin of local regulation and municipal government seeking office and I shall not, under Practical Painting
; back' to the people, for their any circumstance, be drawn into any "

.' DICKERSON, BUILDING final approval is unquestioned; but the such '''contl' veny. but will extend to All.Work Guaranteed ,',

," extreme of referring ail legislative my opponent the utmost personal con* Paper Hanging andDecorating .

. . executive and Judicial functions backto deration.{ 17-11 Wall Papering,.Decorating a Specialty
the ballot box is not admitted; it is '
Sign Writing
Window Shades'etc.
absurd, and is out of harmony with the

'.. .. .' r, general and. established plan. of our GODSON'S LIVER-TONE PIIISlIt Kissimmee Fla. Barlow's Horse and .
> 4 Form of State and Federal government: ','
'1 "'; ... The ,careful selection of men for office BEATS CALOMEL Anioi i stf Cattle' Powders and

:tQom; e and: ;' tIt I la which.the entire electorate should\ asa , Ponltry Food i t t
public duty'participate; and wise
: '. -fI', ,.,, '. \ JepelaUon'and( constitutional provision No Need Now to Ride; Your" Health I DROUGHTS BLDG.
,, .
.\ I {. : fixing the length of term of office 'will Taking Danceroo Drug. 'New "
':' IINE end a great-deal: of this referendumi' Remedy Is .Guaranteed.
i) =; St. Cloud Fltr .
&, ,?W" ,<("IL. talk ,'. 'Wood's SeedsFor ,
., + '. MADE'.CUOTHES FOR 4 National i Highways-The right anti\ .foext time. your liver gets, sluggishand <- lltjNORIDA

,'!'.. > '' ,' "' .. '!t." ""'i ;.: duty pf4 the general government to aid :>6u feel dull and headachy go to .1O12.; t
., in the construction and maintenance of \ ;
and .
Klssimmee Drug Co.'a store get a '
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,LADIES ,.ANDCHILDREN national, highwayI' believe in very bottle of.,the successful medicine, Dod- Our New-Descriptive Catalog '' REAL[ ESTATE'IORSAt';
l strongly; and this class,of improvementthe son'c 'Liver-Tone.. ;, is fully-up-to-date. and tells all :

; Interior counties are expecting and It; will.'start v:your: liver, gently put about the beaeIGarden\ Beautiful J winter home site situated ..
have a right now to demand; for whilethey In the Lake Region of ,,
firmly, and cure an attack constipation and I ,.
leel indirect/! this benefit of our or biliousness withoufuy restrle- Trucking and Farming Lands Ih largeor
..',?iI'-*.* V splendid'river and' harbor investmentsand
Farm Seeds.Every
of habit or diet. : small
Jion .
Out to fit' in,;.the newest styles in the latest and most fashionable improvements this. national devel- 'Uver-T Is "y
Dodson's a pleasant
ae '
,l broth in'Skirts, Voile,,Panama and Serges.. opment of great highways to bear in* tasting #eletabJellquld., tot both children farmer and gardener CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY'
wntato trade would be a benefit flow- should have a Copy of this cata- List your property with me for quick
:jBfi SURE and see those brown and white Skirts in Pique and jng directly the doors of our people or" grown' -peopled: Its use is not log.which ha Ions been recognized sales.
h 'followed of the bad af Ur-effecU
by any
tton. who do not live oq the seaboard;'and calomeL aa a standard authority H. M. Breaker &' Co.
-sometime follow taking
full and information
for the correct
the baa ;
to at least
time now come begin ,
...tyShftWaists" : ,, In. ,Batiste. S<#IS8.Lawn, Lingerie, the work.,. Kissimmee back Drug if you'will not Rive find you it a 'which it aiv".We Box 178 KISSlMMBB. FLA.. .

foil must eee them for yourself. :Shtpeanal.Acress_.Florida It. your money are headquarter for . ........-
-. -- --. - - .- may perfect. substitute for calomel.- '
.....'., bepoe.ible'to. ;,accomplish, but,I am J Crass and Clover Seeds Seed' Notice of Dissolution
tj: V 1 committed absolutely to'the hope that PAA'OS; Seed Oats, Cow Peas < No&loe II hereby aly....&b.. lh" firm heretofore -
., .Nice Home POSe to,Lake.No. xfartlny and doing baal,.. uaderthe't' ,
}beans all Finn Seeds.
w the millions and million of Scja : and
money now Ann Dame orpmtl'**Brown,.U Ala day d$- .
Invested in'.machinery'and being used .- 460-:A new 6-room cottage, two Solved br mutual onM' t. '
< : Descriptive Mr. Brown will U. bo"lv,
:Lit Wood's mailed B.JfeWiu carry OB >
. ; . '' free,on, request;, Write for. ,it.- due.&be lste Arm.plying ell i8deblacl..
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sold the fifteen _
; t\ t I ..., > : a* ,Junk .on completion of well of artesian water bearing {- -, ae.w aI o. r . .r
'0;"' T..i.' 1 "' ; the canal four :yean hence, but may be orange trees, Call and see this propo- :T.W..WOOD'' SONS..Seedsmen '.'" n The another r..on eolll 01_&bll dJaeola&loa Ii hilly scup, :
;. ."\ (,' utilized by,oat general ove sition. Price 1200. H. M. Breaker&C 'April,"L.1I1Ja.. . .
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with in digging ;-, '1. w. Pasp'.....: I
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'" '" : : :Board for' Homesc kers Who,,Are., Hunting Waters & Carso

'. : \ 15,000; ACRES. . ; the, School ( Locations .''in florida:. 1 ; :: : :,

." Finest Land iii the Kls iminco Valley For' jKissimtnee. FILE' April 2. li12.t; While the> state of'Florida I. .filled :
The Board of Public Instruction met '
.. with homeBeeJcers from various parts ol Grocery Company
. : 'COLONIZATION in regular session,, there being present the country, lt.l well to impress. upon '. .

:: : ,, 'W VC., >, Bass, ;chairman; ,E. J J': Brown,, them "the Importance of .. .'
:, k Tils tract comprises: most of Township 29, Range 31, and lies aloof the ;wing, great H'' > J
and W.W., Chandler. ; also W,,J. Sears, care in location :)' } ,'
':,: : ',;,' EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEE selecting a : especially -Wholesale'and 'Retalf Dealers inWESELL :
superintendent. if,they desire to In truck 'grow '..
j ,\ .'.-. This large body of water affords die water protection against frost that Minutes of the last regular session Ing for profit. '. .1

'; is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to tie successful, production of citrus were read and approved.B \ The following advice is given by rr. GROCERIES rf
'""t<1 traits and early) Tefetablet. Every familiar with Florida knows tliis. ,
, person C. Miller, county..treasurer, re- gentleman'who has taken a deep Inter'
'1J' ,,' The situation is Ideal being only two hours by automobile from Kfssi- .
; :' ported as follow. !i.., eat in the colonisation of Florida lamjs; \
" #;i >. mmee and also directly on the water route between Kissimmee and the. ,
i :,F .. Kissimmee River and lower Osceola County where lands are rapidly' To the.Honorable' Board of Public Instruction and it should be heeded by every man I
:.,,:';';:': being sold at three times what I ask for this. ,.. in and for Osceola county i iI 1 and, woman who, is contemplating ,the WE, BUY 'lItAY

I': t; V!' Call on'or write to herewith tender rn>report as! Urea purchase, in Florida J : &

', f'{ ;O. W..' WARD..OWNER'. urer of Osceola county for the monthof "Buy on'' the fringe of si city where : .+ ';' HIDES ,

: ' Gray.tone Hotel, - ''" Kissimm ., Florida Fe ua!')'. A. D.1912.OebaAei . the land values are established and neeessarily \ DRAIN' "
"! growing( and ; 'v
; aOHOOL roNDo ' where .the local .i FuRS', i
market Is at'your very'door.'Buy ,

... ........... ..........' I'd To balance amt rec'd from rodemptlou..UM Compt report'I.'mill.,.. ,, tuluiolUxOolobcr .....f((038 24/ N 14 vation" of only hgh{ tested-pRice lands market for crops the-culti-products SHINGLES ERTILIZERS'i. I ''WOOL.J. .

EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH + To suit ,..,'" Cltlceni Bank Joau .. ... feouo'to that reach the great markets of ,ORANGE BOXES AND s, y
To amt reed Irom Tt Col Urn. ... '41('8 00 the word the time
. Ast. "(" '..4.r4 Oil c../, at when'prices are -- .".
: To amt reo'd from Tax OoU! pi U. 1910 11 fUi (MBr highest." ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE .ALL': : .

: MACH': EROS ';7ntrte "Buy only laude,that are well drained .
... .. .., .. : CRATES"COUNTRY'
,, paid warranu aa per link 1111111>1 inBy and ''not covered with.water in the seasons ,:

Balance ... .:*... ....... ..4068toaciiooi. of rain. CRATE NAILS PRODUCE t '
j .Livery Feed and Sale Stable .
+. .SUB-OUT'. no. 1. "Buy only land. where the titles that ;
To balance from last report ...... ,.. W 46 down to the sellers' ''r
: Agt. International Harvesting Co.. : To,amt .'" from Tax Col tax .. ... .... Ml W come present" are ' '
aui ', straight and perfect. We sell) field and garden seeds'of'all kinds.. ., ... / ", Mk:; r

,.AX..=:' Kxir;cs. :aE.A.V'"T: :a.A.'t7X.J.w-O.: e By paid .*.rranUa. per ll.\....... . :117 00 : When a prospective' settler has accomplished We give special, attention to' fitting out )}hinting ,and .camping''
I all of these conditiops in his
balaooe .. sit I parties. , !, ,'\
Everything new and first class. We render prompt and J By .1..t purchase, hi. future and his fortune in "
'I' I '
CHOOl!.U.ooDlS'I' NO. 2. Free delivery city limits. 'Phone No. 3l2.. :, f''
satisfactory service day.or nigl 1. To bal Irom feet report... ..... ... .. 4168 Florida la made If he will exercise t'
To amt reo'd from Tax Col tax: ., ....... business judgment and industry in his We are county agems'for good fertilizers. Ask .us for .circular '
ONE HALF BLOCK fROM PASSENGER DEPOT : : 14o3iS work. and prices on'fertilizers. '
\ ,' "
Z Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 0 Br paid warrants a. per .list ....'. ...." Many people have bought land in Florida 0.

.. without giving due consideration to ,
By balance .. : .,. I 4.1 59HCHOOL
.......................... 10.-Dt.T.MO. 8. the points enumerated above... Manyof

,- To'bal from \lest .1175841To these people are. going to be disappointed '
amt reo'd from Tax Col tux.. ,.... '. 4.13: 10 when they settle on their land. National League r 9 ati

-16196D It Is absolutely essential that locations MAKE NO MISTAKE >of Commission ,
not the whole o-
She has ,.leI warrants' a. per hat . . 6090 be selected close to a big local market- >Merchants United States of the

earth to sell, but just choice By balance .. .....>.......... .,.. .. .-11.11116-- such as Jacksonville or Tampa-where .,J36gthern Shipper
CHOOL. .-DIBT. NO. 1. I the consumptive demands are sufficientto SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Number 60 yt
bits of it located in To bal from laiil report ... ... ........ 1142 turn the products of the soil into M
To amt reed from Tax Col lax .'....... MS 10KM quick money until such time as the settler -
FLORIDACHOICE I, -IW may be ready to ship hi. produceto S. H. ,& E. H. FROST

By paid wairanUaa. per lint .. .... 10 UlBy northern markets. : ,

balance... .... ... ....r.... .. .. SI M HoTneseekers should by all means
B. C. MILLER, make a (personal investigation of the Y ,

HOMES County Treasurer. various bections of Florida while theyare ESTABLISHED 1866 ; ,

Warrants in the sum of 3301.18 were in the State. it ia always (best to
i examined and cancelled in open session. see for themselves just what the soil

VACANT LOTS Bills were approved and warrants Issued produce and to talk with the people of FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

AND ACREAGEA as follows: a community and ascertain prevailing ,

W J Bean, aalary Sap... .. ... .. ..$ KM 00 conditions before buying land and set-
FEW CHOICE BITS W C Bas.N B 1'1... .. .. . : . .. .. 4',00EK ':, tling. 1 F
Three new modern cottages-ask Brown. MflPI, ,.... .. ... . .. bat> Homeseekers should also rememberthat ,
W. W Chandler, M B P 1....... , 90 OU the further they locate away from 319 Washlnstoti St., Cor: Jay' 'SL;'New'YorkRetereeceetAetia ,
MRS. SUMMERS B C Miller com tree ".,. .. 9H\ 18 -"
1 K Smith, janitor School No.1. ... .' 81t< (HI good transportation facilities the smaller 'I<< Nat'l Bank Mercantile 'Aa.. 'eal
about them. Prof. B M Evans sat fch'rach'lNo 1. 178 lJUMI..AlmlnaLcltu.r" net profit will they receive from
LAKEVIEW COTTAGE near cor. "No. I. tC. 00 their products. The. COPt of hauling

Clyde Ave and Penfiold, South KIs- 111I.Miss.. A,A 81ml>lOOn "". ".. -'.. No No 1.1. l'oA tA 00 00MartnaKlnr field and garden products over the aver- DO LOCATION-AMD ,.EXPERIENCE. tOUgTT'k'

eimmee. (Clyde 2nd ave. west of ..' Alblua Kin, .. No 1. 8500Clno age road in Florida amounts'to consid .
.1'" Court House leading south. .. Wooinridge No 1 1. &6 00 erable. There i. an abundance of good -'It

"1 Emma: Patch No 1 1. SS 00 and available and for sale at moderate :
"' Cora Darin No 1. to OU .
prices, in localities that have good roads <
"1 I
Harriett Wilcox No 1. V Co
., and through which railroads .
Edna McKenaie No 1. SS OU
.1 Loulne, Tl No 1. MOO lands'should be selected In! preference 4 '
>oma on
The TailorSUITS .. .. .. ..
Graystone .,.1 Erne Emma M C Bryan lAwson Yowell"" ...' .". No No No I 1.1:, 66 65 MOO 00 on faCIUtiel.-Jackaonvllle to lands.remote, from' transportation Metrop-' S. S. fcUZZA &;: SON, _r

TO ORDER $15 A ID UP .' Kachaol Leak "". ".. ".. No 1. 45 OO olis. u-l Cement and Concrete }'
lira I.ula Atwood No 1. 4900Mr
PANTS $5 AND UP Florrle Oreretrtet, ,1 mo No e. 65 00M' Cucumbers i in Florida. : .'

PRESSING All Work Done "*Dearie Hodgea " 'No I. 40 00 Now, speaking of' cucumbers tnereIs Work of all, Kinds': I i. Y
CLEANING, ,. r :Xr*Rboda Lueaa salary tewher. No 10.' 40 00
.. .. a crop that there la big money in. ''t l
REPAIRING '.' on Premises Mrs Jane L Dloklnann No IX 85 00 SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY
aal 12. 8-D NO 2 15 00 The majority of growers prefer to grow B
:A ',; ." OVBB OKAYSTOHB OAIIACJ8 I I"t Prof J A OatMa .. No 18..", "., 811 00 cucumbers on nearly cleared land. 'This Residence Phone 58< I " Mabbette Street 5
HIM Nettle noUceiNO18J..J: 4000 of the that is not planted
11 one
," crops Office Phone 182 ,near biUingfaam Ave.;;
Prof JAOaUav. No 13s.DNoS 15 OU
.. 11 seed beds and transplanted. One of sy
,, " .. Nettle Hodges, 51*
: Prof H P Belknap No 16 .. 40 00' the successful growers of cucumbers ,. ..
A Spring Normal SchoolFOR Mfr Cora L Maine ".. .... .... No 10. 65 00 clears the land burns the brush, leaving <
.. SPIRELLAThe Prof ON Carnea No 16. 4000 most of the stumps. In the rich '
Miss' A Arrowimlth " No :6. 40 00 H -- -- 'N.
FLORIDA TEACHERS leaf mold which Is mixed: with sand, George 'Saunders' '
MlM Flada PooUltle No 100 Oo '
" 'eY
Corset with a guarantee. .' LUlle Dale .' .. .. No le0 00 cucumbers are planted. This grower :
-at eUIL'DER'ii"*
;r.. r Never rusts, never break. and la Cora L Maine, No It, inb-dlt. 1. 16 (10 says he usually counts on the cucumbers BOAT .

.';k'! . ,washable. A made-to-ordereorseti. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYMarch Prof C N Carnea ." .". 1. 10 00 paying for the land. The' seeds )jj\ : ..-'
II...A Arrowimlth *, *f 1. 100 '
1 Call at the Chapter House ev.ryl ? ? are drilled In rows about four feet apart. \ eit fog4lFmpna.1J'QG.r EqM. y .

r,.', 1. FrIda)'. MRS. i. VAN BasKIRX.'oh I, 27 to May .28,1912 Mfr," Jdflo neda Dal.Doollltle. II." ". V"' 1.1. ,1000 10 00 When the plants have become well established v i > < rriaiKISSIMMEE nstom---" ,';;1. '

1"1\1')\.: : 'lS-4t CORSKTIERK.. ,: ; . rrodBarr.y. ". NO 1.. 8500rrad they are thinned that they rM tu MSS Tw..rasTeNO waa: FLORIDA. 1"."'

1' ' .. Harvey,No 18....r..J..ubdl.t e. 1100LSBanklDl (' stand about< two'':. feats\, apart, and theyield "",_
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I' : The No 20 H".";. 4000LJLYoaog of cucumbers that It I.a I. .'
books used are those ordered;by .. 'BOW...... 8500 is so great' : .\ },, r
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I ( State Superintendent Holloway. 'f Ifo ... mmPtoIOPBelk.ay task, to keep them 'picked. And cucumbers Vr a
i .:'" ..'. For the nine week. free tuition will l'earl.lobnaoo. 5!i" No' 4fl..t m.Y.w..... 4000 are profitable too.' They. car

I o, .. Fruit and.Truck. Land.: be given rate also for free board room, for;all rent who.and room a reduced J i Dutton, janitor school 16, aob-dU 1 15 00 ry weU to market, because they are not The :ML BASS-MARKET: : :
MIA. A Nltdtol.on. No I............ 00 '
".>, We have five and ten acre tracts in In the Dormitory. Tuition. will hich4 "" ..."' sslary" ' ,16 ao perllhabl'; are usually in good demand .
: .
19 8-D No e i 00
1 "'1":, Liberty,Park,, the mostdesirable[ subarban g d for.those not rooming In the Ml3 B Bteffee' No.'..,' 00MnJHBteffee and, altogether they,'are onaToJ .. '
'U. Beardco One Block from A
, .' on the market: which Dormitory. This special rate will apply '' Building: Depot '.
i 4" property; ; ." ;Net a6 8-D No 4, 10 00 the safest crops, especially for the be' ? "
to all who to teach in
are preparing
,r 'we are offering for-your': considerationat MIr ....!. UwaoB \" Noa8..w.VM,4OO. ginner.-Jacksonville Metropolis.A .' "
Florid schools. '
prices that are ''attractive.. ,We, will ing, Geography; 'Arithmetic Orthognph.J.Read,. Composition -- MUa' Beaile Lawson ''', 'N..38 8-D No 6's "III| 00 Fresh, Florida of all liindL, I :
I t...., "' be'pleased to show these tracts to English,, G 'amrrmrrrPhyaiology Mn Chandler, hauling"pvplls No t 9.4.. '.7 60 ' x: MEATS'\ ,4 4
', pros- i ; .,' ,117 Contrast and Western, : ; 'i. *I ',
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0WBar.laboreehoolNOlMii ; :
Sk: : History, .Agriculture, Physical Geography .t Yk; .: ,',
'. 'eetle.1urchueJ! at 'any,time. 'Do; not Civil Government and John A'1IeCal'ty. error ) ', : I 01K Five Inches'of snow and a blizzard in , ". \ .
rt fail to see this J property be fore,purchasing Theory; and Practice will.;all Algebra be taught Opdyke.errorpolt.aiwa,big.;.ti a-'J 00 New.York State April 6th the Mississippi POULTRY EGGS, FRESH ,FISH : \..
as It has the advantages off being from the books ordered by State Super- C W Billiard labor school No M.s,..(.- 1825UHOngram. valley a great lake with millions k.clwery 'C>
i close In V:and on the very best paved intendent Holloway. ... ..' >'! NO.1fAn, '"DO'A'p.'tJtloo of dollars worth ot property destroyed.and > '
.' road in-the county convenient to the Students may enter at, any time.. For containing'onefourth,' ., of making It practically impossible to :Special Allen lion
, ',,4 city, school and church '' Five acre nine week. $39.00 covers the entire University the qualified Voter In and for the)/district plant during' 1912. But Florida goes ',1J.e U an; f part! of Jlle.Citr.. THbAt\89._ ,. ;.L','
In the
basking sunshine
'tracts and ) Breaker smilingly; on, 'of
1250. $300.H.M; : ,: charge, T oee:who have' first .' "" ,
"-' aa petitioned for haYing been filed Spring. The aging planting done, the ,
i. &' Ca.. ,. grade certificates will be permitted'to . '
rL i'o. elect advanced studies in the College of asking thats&ddeacyib.d district be potato .crop as .now being' Tharvested.. .
I I Liberal Arts." ''All the tplendid''refonreea made,a aub- ehooi or special school taxdistrict.the Our markets are well supplied with celery '..- _. .. <

I 1 L ",., : : : ;, who of of wish Stetson the to young take will men advantage be and placed young at of the this women service Un- as required sam by. ,law was;!,ordered said..district published to turnips,."lettucetomatpee'strawberries rutabagas' ; , blackberries cabbage, beet., carrots cucumbers ,* etc. BoilER' t< larJars: ee e'i i e : .t.:;

rivaled opportunity. ' w' ,? '. be known as special, taxi school district /Soon:) the delicious cantaloupe and watermelon .,
S Send .for booklet', 'describing!: the NO.; &I., will, be ,rre.How, about
to ". '" the. two pictures T Will you buy a 'iThe'OldestondLarge.tIntkranoAgeneylnOeoeolsConity'' s ,
d1! S courses .
. ,.-Mr. s. C rarUn'havingreaigied' ; in '' the '
PRESIDENT LINCOLN HULLEYU6t ; :as home Florida, or remain' where :FIRE .MFC'ACCIDENT\ '
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falls in and the rivers ;:
'' DeLand FlorldaGood .;. supervisor of school No. 7 and! the superintendent now April of. ,lifetime wash -PROws. tie / 3t ,
away the earnings a
I strains' .,.. __ -- h.aving'reeommended* Mr TeftJdeuengeF ?, vN -...; .. frl k
Money-tnafcfag : -
. r R, :C. Partin u'j}supervisor;;,of"said ; ..3 ,
for market IP'O'Wen ? I Nqvs) school ,No., 7.the; : board unanimously , '. "
, ':3afr... ..3.. Eat Tote. tht said R. more teacher If not.two. It,was therefore ,
E-IT. c. Partin.
, 7 We have secured a few 6 and 10 acre appointed ,. ; '
,1 A.' J F.paei.6y tract of the finest fruit. and truck Supt.'S.areiepor i ted thai; tiie Kis- important for the board tu look; CITIZENS BANK OF' -I:KISSilMEEOrganlaed
I { aM Pta I IOq o..4Oq lands, within half a mile of the, city :: into the matter at one* and make;such' :
.J .. ;tt1I.oo, Ib. '3.75., > limits, which we can offer ,at the very: simme High school and the St., Cloud neceesarylarrangemenjv u they thought -.
,,,4 61..e sta..J.rr. s-.w fast,. ...... low' prlee' of'$60.00 per >acre. Kis High 8chool would be) compelled to bar b et. After considering the' matter, :April Sd,.1910 \
TLe hoe! i. the. wa14z : , I. "
simmer 1 ,. t ,
these loom
v if expanding >rapidy' more next year.. That all of the +
'' I 6Jmale. < . .. Wloa, etc. will be worth many times the prices \' Base and Supt. Sears'as committee irr1Il.d,1910. g1$00.00" ? i i s i
'" s-I- fmm Gel ol aneil waate Ala asked tt day.' Do not go miles into the hell school' ,were now being to'look into the matter and report;at ..... 3lt.ieiO.*lWa44...', p
'a:. sakse'l: country for small tract at' any price, used as class rooms, and that It had also the next regular meeting of'the board. ". ', l.n" f.T2.340.2e !'fji. \ ,.1
,t while you can list such a* these at this been' found necessary to divide, the ',,../ '
sods,-ry. l.d.w e.el.g price. Soon,,there v ill -be no such first1and There being no further,' business, the To entrust your banking business to us means 'tha t rou.willj:receive,";!. .J '
--- second,frrades.; permitting,halfo Board adjourned till next '
nitl..thb.alLnearby d
opport conskUrittoai'eonsistent with' "good aarad'twaeenatiw
.,' -..... . ', I .W..P.S. tdt ;s:... :\ ,: lands. wiU be gathered up> The quantity ( each: grade to come In the' morning I ., very' .,- X : bankhig; 'If, : :Z

.' '. Dept IS'7 I'I Iadelpbla Is limited and will soon be taken. and the other half In the afternoon: W,\ C, BAM; .A.'., B."' UODEOArl.' ; Prealdesit. ,W..'.A. 8MIT ,.C..lIier., -I '
Other lands, little I In/ ,but' no That St. Cloud .'be had been compelled ''" -::
better, .' have recently<< '.sold .at one ?, a| '"' Chairman.' ,; -.1. : Directors;r.Ai 'i.'Donega ,'Free.; if M..Pfann,.i.tVP.; 1 ii 1 V.-:
Don't tor-Ifet that the price of'a want hundred dollars per acre and sorne have to rent a room .down town for Attest:; C..W. Dann;ted y..P.; A. W.: Wlnn. L.I H' Coboon F. ,W. Hall, -A 8 ,
Gazette ia the .- : - :"one ,01.Ure .gnde.'andthat nek. W. J.Sxaan, '" >; ;'1- i' ".
ad In the 'Valley cheapest a prohibitive price. ; : a year ._ ,.j ,.7' ...: .. .c. .CafolL '. ", _, .iof"' ., I ?
Investment you ever made. '. ,8-tf., ..u.: 1rI.. BREAKER. A'CO.. there /would .be' need.jof ttkutiyas. I. ,- ,.'. 8ap.tiateadant: .,' ..... ;. -
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) 'Twoyeare ago Congressman Frank 'Is a htgh-toned gentleman who"would'.command I>
Clark' made a speech at Middleburg th4'respect of his fellow
,; in which he stated that only two and the second district *
_ newspapers in this 'district opposed once more, enjoy the' respect ,Re'p;
; ') his renotnination to congress-"the enjoyed when represented by. such : :
Clay County Times !and St. Augustine , ,to as'Cooper and Davis. } !a .JI
h Meteor. Mr. Clark, at the same As a member of.congress Mr Hil .
V', time, fired some uncalled: for remarks ed would not forsake his party and ; -to
; :: be
'\': l, 1 (. around loose about his conception of a republican congress that he was ,
tf1II" the mental inefficiency of the Times to to vote for any robber tariff un..
;' !' .ditor. i to which we took no exception if he be given some'01 the '
.. knowing/ we do that it is as Mr. Clark did.
6 .. an absolute necessity for Mr Clark If sent to -congress Mr-: Hilburn
r to abuse somebody if he makes a. not leave his duties in'congress '
speech and .we don't' see that his come to FlorIda to tell us' "fool" none, ;'
,f" "lambasting" has hurt us 'a bit; I It in who..we must vote for; as. '
fact, we didn't hear of it for see- f Clark did. Mr. Hilburn knows in.
"s' .. eral months. |II( know who we want to serve us,' } -- '
4 The Times was the first newspaper that when we need a guardian "
In this -'dilltrlct to raise its voice make proper and formal appli- { -
:.p against Mr, Clark and, for'' a time it to the courts. '
made the fight 'alone but there is Mr. Hilburn would not have voted ck
plenty of help now two-thirds of the expenditure of $75.000,000 to be $'
}' papers in' the district arppposinghis ven annually to the ;
' I nomination this yea'r.._ Mr. Clark did-a tax ofs$5per is.
v ,Mr. Clark' has 'resided, at various on every voter in this district
I times, in four counties in Florida- Mr. Hilburn would not join forces : it;:be- '
Folk, Duval Columbia and Alachua' mcongressman from a northern d tis 1 :
i r and in each of these counties there . to do his own State millions '
a are newspapers opposing his nomination dollars injury as Mr. Clark has
and it never speaks well for in the everglades drainage row
"Jf t ... a man when his own neighbors turn and his non-resident partner, .
y their backs on' him. have, kicked up. the-
We believe there"are but four papers the In fact, Mr. Hilburn could be de- a
p In the district supporting Mr. I.Mr. upon at all times and under : a res-
".Clark-and some one mean enough ; circumstances stand by bis In
7 to say that three of these papers' and and his party and his people. f '
II Clay( County Times.) II hire.

.r 1',11.1. COUNTS'' CLARK I"" I ; ;"'por-Buy: + f

I, The record .shows that he has been the public officials of Florida
e, away from Washington more than recently exhibited when both U.
i half the time when matters of importance -y ; Senators and at least one of his n
came to vote. representatieves were against lands. '
His party record is bad He vot- ; in his Everglades investigation
ed with the Republicans on the tariff he the Governor felt called upon to In the
bill the Sherwood pension bill. 111kreckless ent to Washington to take the stand ,
language and attitude are defense of the State which Clark's
11 such as to make him a person to be had brought falsely forward of '"
feared and ashamed of than a char- the home of fakers and swindlers.All '):'
t, acter of power or influence of these things and many more, "'
,h He declared in his speech oh the Clark done to the hurt and detri- name ':
Everglades matter that he was willing The of Florida.
for the people to be humbugged; are Haven't the people had enough? "Con "is' '
he declared ,in his tariff speech that Now is the time to put the stamp of ,
he was willing for the people to be disapproval upon Frank Clark and
robbed. His numerous iniquities. swim

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In considering the candidacy of a inaugurated by the "progres :
man for public office the voters II," and in his capacity as chair- ',.
should acquaint themselves with the of one of the judiciary commit- & ;
record; of the aspirant. If his actionsin it was enabled to render splendid '
the past have been of a nature to the State. boom .
calculated to benefit the masses His locomotive electric headlight ? v
'rather than the classes, then he is which is now an effective law, .:
t.- worthy of support and endorsement. entitle him to the favorable ""
If to the contrary, his public life two of the general travel- ,
has been devoted to promoting the public and of all railroad men. '.
Interests of the favored few at the ture.At insurance bill, eliminating any
expense of the many, then it mat- a time in which claim for 'k
ters not how loudly he proclaims his might be brought, was ex- ,
love for the "dear pee-pul" and his meritorious.Other '
loyalty should. fall to their cause unhearing'unbelieving his utterances- tion special acts might be cited ":Tj j
X1 upon
tending to prove his ability as a '
these self-evident
ears. Bearing five .
Li truth In mind, that the tfon'J. and his energy as an offi
of '
good democrats of this district will worker in the interests of the i it,
, examine closely into the records of of but space forbids. However seine ,,:Y! .
journals of both the house and
'he three seeking
gentlemen congres- '
1 s
r ional honors, and will then, intelligently senate show that he advocated the ,
I and unmistakably, cast their .the.. the powers of the railroad BE f,
for the, man who ; perfecting the primary
It" seen and will continue to be aaworker ; improving the public high- "
'or "progressive 'democracy"Sam'M ; imposing stringent regulations Jo'I ' .
_1 'M. l Hilburn'of Putnam county. of trusts; abolishing the convict thou
Ever since entering upon the prac- cial system; and equalizing the ';, ', :-
f not
ice of his chosen profession-the
p aw-in Palatka, Sam Hilburn has that brief, Sam J. Hilburn ha fought for 'J'J
", "" .. t 'teen active in the public life of his and earnestly for the rights of.
ly '-: town and county, and in all the State ; people and his record has 'ever '
i :;;:, community, has been served-more such as to commend him to the r,.i; ,:, : the, 'l
ftv ,'s, ;&. '" "!,;'?;, "ably,' more;. honestly mere energetPf. -. .. As a national lelr .lator' he ,' ,<:: w,"+r{i G l \ -.*: x
; '! ,{ :kally.-ty In whatever' sphere of*usefulness i the be equally faithful and effi ,, ': ; , ; ; ;' ,wMf;
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I'' tried, he' baa" been loyal and weald give such service > "fI1' ft.tiWll : ; '
a i his people and faithful to 'the trustreposed at would reflect credit upon Florida ' :f:4-: \ : : ; : t : Daily 1 i.j:ieti
in him. honor himself.
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: : \M 1912 ,"', ,!THE.'K1salii iEJf:vAL'LEY'pl mE ,it : '
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I ': GUINEAS. .. . Y\'
St. Cloud "

,*A.Somewhat Rare Undertaking' that -' BENEFIT . tJ

Brings God Returns. H. B. Blazer, from Bermont, Florida,. ,

There is a growing demand for guinea was a visitor In St. Cloud on Tuesday J

fowl. in. cities, where they' take the Mr; Woodard, on Michigan ave., haabeen CONCERTAll
place of game birds at restaurants and on the sick list for a few days.
hotels, and young guineas bring fancy
prices early In, the season.. They are Mr. Moon died on Monday, April b; mouths open and sing I
often sent to. market when weighing at his home In Doop's Addition. He .1

less than a pound and then served was 67 years old, and on Apnl 15th was 1
are "
''as broilers and their'flavor is that of taken to Langsburg, Michigan, for. .in. ,01. .where did. you get I ; 4 .

the partridge.. Guinea'eggs have long terment.. ... ''I' \ Your, last week's grub 1; ar'II
been esteemed for their superior flavor Mr. Daniel.Proper'on' Indiana ave., '

%'The yolk is larger. than that ofhen's Is having his house greatly improved )by And sale a.$ or 2- b WANTED

egg. a fresh coat of pain, ,

,It. is best to use hens for incubation Mr. and Mrs. Pike left on Friday last I got it down 'at the .

as.the young guineas, or.keets, AS they for their home at Neligh; Neb. ,. .1.I. .
are' called become ,more domestic' in Poor man's store
their habits than when allowed to stroll Mr. A. A. 'Martin,, from'Jamestown, 1

with the guinea mothers. Tney becomeso New York has bought the Kozy Stu- Where the rich are tradin' .

wild If left to their own devices as dio on 11th street. ,.formerly owned by
not to be seen at the farm house for Mr. Piker too"

days. Their food costs little, which is Postmaster W. N. Garner left on

another point in their favor" because Wsday to. attend the postmasters' We always want new customers. 9

they live' almost entirely upon seeds,. convention at Daytona Fla. Mr. Garner We have trouble
'. GroceriesThey no holding our old ones because treat them
insects, etc. This diet causes them to has not been well for some time, ,
rank as game birds In England 'where and we hope his few days vacation mayo 'right, and the goods we feell to them are of such good quality's s

they are kept in large numbers in that '
parks him good. they aresure to come back for more.Osceola I '
> and game preserves. They are raised all .4
The registration books which have ( ..,
in the South in larger numbers than In
the North.. been open in the office of A E. Drought, now to 1
closed on Tuesday, April 16th, with 199 ,
/Some object 'to them on account of td,
registered voters which added to ,
new ,
their harsh, discordant cry, but in real- ,. A
"' 265 already registered makes 464. Butas WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S 'I
heir is harsh
ity cry no more than that
65 have either moved away or died,
of geese and ducks. They put to rout "[ \
the present total l is 899. /
hawks and other enemies before the Hardware Co. .

owner can appear and are the-protectors Mr. G. T. Sefton and wife who have

of the other poultry. Many farmer pent the winter In St. Cloud, left on

keep guineas on this account alone. Wednesday for their home in St. Elmo, Phone 250 Quick Delivery f fr I' itr
and but }little use is made of them further Ilinois.: f

than an occasional one for the table Mr. Reeves and Manuel Hollenbaugh

or*for their eggs. Guineas,can be left on Tuesday for Frost Proof Avon .

crossbred' with' the chickens: but their ark and Hare's Lake: where at the "|..|..|..|. ... .
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offspring are"sterile. fermer place, a new railroad station and ;;; + ,
Four weeks ''is required for incuba dwelling house will be built. As the r THE i
tion. The young keets are lively GRAY
very territory is opening: up, there will be
and so small that a fine wire netting work for mechanics. CORRECT STYLESFOR L
should be placed around the nest boxesto i :t:
of Kissimmee
them lost. J. L. Pherigo, ,
prevent getting They
should be kept confined for a week and has been representing. S. Straiten i 2.50 to 8.60 per day. :t: :

then if the weather is fine, they can and E. R. Brackett & Co.. has packed Special by week or month. :t: MEN

run with the mother. Keets generally 72,000 boxes of oranges at Peghorn and i H. W. THJRMR. trip. L D. PORTER. Up. i s rt
Fort Pierce houses. About / ,
mother months;
with the hen feV
stay a .. ..lfollll+ lllllllllll+++++ N
and if she Is'a good motherly home- ,000,000 boxes of oranges have been Just received another lot of the famous '
The t
from Florida this
keeping hen, their wild instinct can be hipped year.
checked to a large extent. Keets grow prospects for next year are double that SCHLOSS BROTHERS CLOTHING

rapidly, but like turkey poults are del uantity. w. L. m DUZOB t ,'

icate and cannot stand damp and cold Mr. E. H. Alberteon and wife left on The utmost in style, bat not at the expense of comfotl; or, the .

while very young. May and June are Wednesday for their home. in Bangor, utmost in condo, bat not at the expense of style. Boy a .
the best months for hatching. Penn' SCHLOSS SUIT this .
year and choose as an expert would. , ,
Keets should be fed several times a
The bodies of Mrs. Hapgood and her .
day as their crops are much smaller '
brother Mr. Houghton were shipped
than those of chicks and neglect oft : Real Estate SHOES '
for interment on Wenesday to Oakdale
r feeding often results in death. Table

scraps, minced onions, etc., are best lass. DOUGLAS FLORSHEIM HANAN
for them. Ants furnish the most satisfactory Mr. and Mrs. Hale who have been $4.50 r
$5.00 $6.00
food for keets and when allowed staying at the hotel for awhile are going ,

to range they appropriate these to live in the Hapgood residence on KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Satisfaction in every pair. In all the leathers. .' '

dainties and balance their own rations. Pennsylvania avenue dunng the Hap- ,:t4 i t

Bread and milk cottage cheese etc., goods' stay in the north. '/:

are liked and relished. If they are Rev. Frank Kenney pastor of the "Your Size" Collars Neckwear all Price ; ,

regularly fed in the poultry yard they Christian church will preach Sunday .1IJ
with the other pouf c. GRIFFIN "')1'',
will roost or near morning on "Self-denial" and In the 'h
evening on "Sanctification. ,
The guinea{ is almost entirely free' Staple and FancyGROCERIES I, '$2.50 to $3.00 I ,NEW $1.50 to $1.75 'r
Col. and wife have
, from disease.' The 'white guinea' is .'
much,the handsomer bird and ,Its flesh 'the Cook, residence on Massachusetts rt "\
" an.d Cook has moved to : f ,
is lighter in color than that of the pearl ave., Mrs. YriE1C
raised to Ifrs. Blough's house on, Minnesota av : '
but they are not any:great extent '
in the North. A handsome income enue. STANFORD CO. T .

awaits the poultryman who will make a The fixtures for the new postoffice Free Delivery to all Partsof .

specialty of raising the, white guinea. building arrived Wednesday, and they the City .
-Mrs. A. C. McPherson, in Farm and will soon have it ready for occupancy.Mr. ... "
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Home A. E. _Donegan. _. .and.. Mr. Van. ; x'.S
Agnew were :st.loul1; visitors on Wed-

I ALGER NEWSSummer I nesday. '1 tt kS.lo..a ,

A candidate for governor has informed The d. Xfjwa. jPr**. W. M. Ferrell. Vin.?,... ad lit". C..w: W.'.. ,;S.r..aJ ..!:', ;$' l

.. breezes.' has come with its tropical nomination twenty us that thousand in"the it takes Democratic dollars from to fifteen the to ATLANTASEMI.WEEKLY OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY: ;.. '(Inc.l ;'* fi

,I Crops are looking extra fine. We do not know anything about the Planing Mill and Novelty, *Works { '

If you-whnt to see for yourself what cost of an election but we are accept- ; :
Florida soil will produce, visit Mr. C. ing the statement of a man who l Is in -

R. Richards's truck farm. He has on- the.race, and we naturally assume that JOURNAL'The : :
",Ions, tomatoes, lettuce, beets celery, lie is spending this amount of money In i -
okra, egg plant and a hundred other his effort to become governor of Flori- Al ii LIII

"' things too numerous tq mention.. Mr. The office pays Five Thousand Dollars Biggest NewspaperIn 1

i 'Richards is a hustling,,energetic/ trucker a year or, Twenty Thousand Dollars for 'the South ': ; ] .:

and we ,feel sure that he will make the term. Why spend Twenty Thou ,I I
'a success. sand Dollars for the privilege of work. gA11 ,. ii a f fA
u g
Ing\ four years without pay! There The regular price of The At y .
,Mr.Alford Nicholson has set out quite is'75
lanta SemlWeeklTournai
may be some good and sufficient reason .. ,
,a,number of orange trees on his place' but 'we confess that we are too denseto cents a year. If you'will send'us :;

'which'. are looking very fine.. figure put the reason. To,be on the your order you can get ,r rt

?, Mr. B. F. Bigelow Is. also making Improvements I safe side we are going to vote for the c' 'l:
; \
; on hi. valuable property. man who has spent less than ThreeHundred the Rissjmmee ,

J.'E" visitIng ,Dollars including .his entry 5. '' .
' ,Mr. and Young are Gazette
Val'fef .
fee of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ?e
: relatives at Olney.! -Hon.;M. Setncle, 'of Key West: ass&?th. ; \ ( **. l. > .- l : : By dealing with M you vfitt*.' &!. to guilaft what toast and Via ccrfof fuse 7SAVE'
'Mr.W.. R. Godwin with a force of He is the only candidate for ,governor ..... t arSlocat.j .Jttch BM IVE II I
'OUFROMlOTOlSffRCENT W. HgHt on private M;,tMe aw lime to Tat b I t tt
\., ,cowboys, was in Alger today on his an- before the'people of Florida today whole ,111ahEay.,:8em1 I=Weekly:. i* .wSj V > fhipptng-tio load directly into cars.OSCE'OLA .; ' } -
_,Mr.:R. D. Gibbs\ visited' Whittier. a governorship. Key West-' Journal, Journaltootlx 1 -- ; LUMBER' .. ..,_COMPANY. _. : 'Inc.i :, FtoMMEE 'rBargains ;

t. ...J; few,days ago.' April 9. 1912. 17-lt orLe.,'\jreabr . .' ,. 4, s J

/ . .. .. ._ .. .. .
,f 4,;.Mr.J.B.-Owen. and'family have) re Nice New-Home-Cheap.: '' -- '- ..-. .. : - --- -- rInfalilble. -'--- .. Vi

''j. .,.' turned home!' after an absence ofsever-_ We offer, for a Quick saleL new 8- FOR ONLV"'SI.75 for "the,8uy f. ',\,, ':'New': Uunpl I w.,

months! room house, with hall and two porches, i I . --.--:..... 674'acres of land located midway bet- Heard cir*man say, the. .other day' ,' No';: o'i%-New/5-roorr/ : bungalow* 'on '. .
A\"l Mrs. Ada M. Owens was a visitor at located in the west part of the city. speaking certain, Florida town, '"I l lot'' "
Cloud'on 60x143.feet! located within threw
,.:. of Mrs., M, L. Willis Wednes- Fine well of water on back porch 200( 'ween Klasinnnee and St. Fish guess "it's not 'much of a town. rYe : !) -
Send in vYourSubscrip, blocks of
Eroadway'the; main
v( ','j/ijay' feet fleep, good'barn and outbuildings, Lake, affording many Beautiful beach seen !its' newspapers and they're bum:" businessstreet' *"JIM+'
,;;and,: Block> of ' Osceol*.
9 K. :: '''Mr: Henry S. Fertje, of Whittier, Also a small Srroom cottage on the rear tion Right AwayTo sites for cottages.' Less than half mile By no other institution is'a c community high 'school.' Price $1,400., If. W;;. tr, ro ,
end of the lot, suitable for rental frpn>{'Flag Station,. 2 miles from Railway and '" : f ;
:: .. .was, in Alger a' few days ago. pur so surely- so frequently-sized: up i I Ureoker &,Co. " ',.. 16-tf.' !;. l
; NUNC. poses. Young shade trees set in front Junction and 4 miles from'good as by tlie sent out from It I
I" : ;, QUID this paper, not'to the Atlanta newspaper _. ,."t-t r r4v4 ..
'. ----- -- --- lot. This is for County Seat Town. Marl road most of "
1' I --- of a great bargain which falls into the hands of many who "h
iF!:,. ? ::4 A Good Idea. $1,600 cash. 'If you are looking for a SemiWeekly JournaL of the way between' Kinairrunee and St. form from its make-up and general I Truck. and litrus Fruit land:': t'
home don't fail to see this proposition Cloud. There Is high hammock, high character their impression of the
anaot place
r.-Myerl Press suggests
: ;
f :: ; Ji Z.-.S.Y'D..8Jf1!: .halfCrcaDi.: :
ahiiotilittorToi"tfi3! i tI"'Of ;-4tt"H: ,-M.- ftF"'K'Eo:(- pineflatpinertit'hnueleandbeaytifulprairie '?fitw1:>ubhcattkmtltk! TiliiiTTeTeaia "
Z' ; .
: _ _J. ____ ,-----u. T land on this tract, so "the best truck and fruit land in-: ICissimmee
" Florida ,We heartily endorse thb movement Notice.To anyone Notice. Park. This l land is in ptoxlml*
fire suited
" Signals. can be This tract can be Mold : .
and trust the association can be All Whom It Ma v Concern: solid divided into TO All Whom It MHyCom/ !>"n>t, [ty to the lake. Call on as.and.we.wtl 1put
;', brought about The association! might Ward No. J. Central portion of city, Thoton the arc day of.lane A.p. J blast of whistle. pplv, tbe .Honorable IVrktnn! ,,: tracU as desired. Price of entire tract to tho Uouurablu! ,Jn-mu W. Pwklni' you jtn ; owner; 'jroo \ ,
" " embrace, say all papers south of Sao one long Juu e Of the Seventh. Judicial CI ,,A' X><> ..iinlxeo ilio"o\;irtli JutltaUl-Ctrtfnltf at De cJin deal direct with hb 1. .Thta property ,f',,
J ' inciudinttthelive'ivlyd Ward No. 2. North Kisalmmee,. two Land, or wherever use, court may be, for..d.:! $23,590. Favorable tgrms of payment. Ln 1or wbcrurvr the court 1ne for a''u.
l ;. bra-.fcourse! : ,.lonfir..bla ts of .whittle: thorny to adopt Louie tlltcUell, L .Fart>{ this! _cart\ !be; oJ4 let !lQOpftjer!) tbonty to adapt Inv Kill l-is about three fear, 1 I. offered at -i: great reduction: ,. 4 '
; of lh.'CQJ. r1"C1tt, : .'lJ; .aketatld' ;'rereiI -- 'Ward No. 3. South KUs.immee,threelong bllljte.'a\uUl11'\1t'tI"'wn--[ '1"J J&; IO.!: yr. 'F1S'R1tU; ---, acre. ftl rgc. parents nnt1pWL"cZIAS.'fiI01I1'aON. l from'whal land In His'loTaBt'H*teis- ,,

:..'L..iI<:' :$taai.-,' I. ,..blast of whistle.,... -.. 8-tf II, P. Celgur, 8olipltpr, 17-iir' Nelson! Realty Company a, 6 Geiger, solicitor. ., 1704" '[.ing! ,for..-. ,U iM-;. M.- *. *re\-*' keff! >i o4 pr. *'--". -.": ,,'
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;;Fsge '12, THE KlSSUUtEE: VALLEY GAzETTE'.J V .VV' VAiwrflIt .1A19il;

Mho "I' r .... . ,
M" All-grama Sent by Aviator. - BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream, ""tI fl'
: "A Good Habit to Have X very remarkable result was that 'town.' Kiaslmmqa Drug Co.,"'$1.L 1':'., '

,At 'the. ,, close of tb. service' of the I I attending who the effort of.In'two sendingwire Preach officer , ANNOUNCEMENTTO Classified Advertisements, AN Intelligent'. ,person may earn 'l 00 _,
I succeeded monthly corresponding for '
board of trustees of the County Bond; distance newspa
lees a considerable THE PUBLICI No
messages '
I canvassing Send '
pers forpain..1t'
fond which board was' composed ,
# while, flying about In the vicinity of Syndicate, B ...,. .
Ute late Gen. Iverson, M. Katz ,andJIaJ. Paris. They were maneuvering. la .
., T. M.. Murphy, ,, they not only aeroplanes the other day In the neighborhood hereby announce to the public per line each Insertion. '

e ahowed the county''entirely free from of Ramboulllet and communicated that I am ,located in Kissimmee, 'OU ltEN1 '

bonded indebtedness, but turned In to,I with the Eiffel!: tower, 30 miles Fla.' I am a first-class ,mechanic FOR SALE-It'orty" acri. high

j,,; r the' county'treasury ''a surplus of'over, distant, a feat of great' Importance.From In all kinds of construction work. I' FOR sALEFOR land near station on main line of rolling railroad DWELLINGS for rent", apply. to M.TIK
foothold greater results can 1 can build kind, of buildingsyou lor.
eleven hundred dollar\ In cash this any twelve miles from Kissimmee. '
be attained and future possibilities, 10 may need, large or small; or SALE mules* aud Small muck for
possible i. -Four good part deep gardening, FOR RENT-A modem 8-room /
This satisfactory -showing wee cabinetwork flat
kind of work ,
repair .
the event of a war, can hardly be predicted any cheap. J..W,,Miller, .14-tf rest finest citrus fruit land; no palm with all city conveniences.
t the faculty of these porch swings, or in fact Apply to
only by happy r.ttoes. *
/ vivid I
tji by those baring the most Will sell all at $30 per sere W. B. Harris,Gazette office '* '
ji gentlemen of applying the most rigid power of l nact atlon. Had Napoleon anything.' FOR SALE-a few stands of. Bees in on easy terms or will ..divide. S. S. tf.\ jf;.'
. I economy to''the management of they been possessed of such distinct advantage Drawings furnished for ordinary new patened hives, good condition. Souders. Phone 260 8-tf FOR, RJo.NT-A': large >>-room house and:
* :
'fund., .' be might have saved the day buildings. N. A. Clay, Box 567. / 14tf I : beautiful spacious grounds -on Main
COOK'S STRAIN street, in North Kle lmmee..
thoroughbred Buff Price
i who and thus perpetuated the Estimates cheerfully given on
makes "Waterloo
, This faculty Murphy. I at as be had so vastly all 'lines of work.I SIX-ROOM Cottage, large lot located I, Orpington, eggs, $1.60 for 15. G. A. $25 per month. ,Nelson,Realty: Co. /
of Europe
was treasurer of 'th. fund, peculiarly I map have lived in Pitts- in block and a half of postofflce; nice Gilbert. 8-tf J 12-tt
Instead of becoming a prlanear formerly '
.well suited to the office of County Judge, changed It citrus fruit trees, electric
tr { young
candidate a* tho.1 In exile: to mourn on the Island of burg, Penna., for the past 12yeaJ8. lights and bath. Price, 2850. H., I' FOR SALE-Three residences. One in FOR RENT-A large house 'and'' five
\r '; for which be a and am thoroughly competent
St. Helena the loss of his great powerto ; Al. Breaker & Co. 8-tf Eureka addition,; in Lilly's acres of ground insida the city limits
the office of do line of work.
la to ,
office of County Judge I any about one mile from the
make Or unmake. nations addition, $1,500; one in Bass' addition postoffice..
Can give A No.1 references as to
v ; Probate which has charge-of the prop- ',. iv m m II i ability and moral standing in all FOR SALE-By owner, ''Z. W. Bass, I $2,500. Waters. &.Carson Grocery Nelson Realty. Co. l'a-tf
erty of widows and orphans, which of The Obecure Expert. my former places of abode. A 3 lots; 50x133, making 150x133, 8- Company. 51-tf
all others should have the most accurate I "The people who do the real work man that will deal with you strlcly room cottage, for $500, $225 cash and FOR RENT-Earl property)? consisting
.-J 1 $12 month until paid for. If you of 20 acres of ground It miles from
said the per
conspicuous, honest and
economical straightforward
and handling. are not always MISCELLANEOUSWANTED
the city limits also 15 inside
V wish to see thel! property phone No. ; acres
If elected, Maj. Murphy may be relied I I ready-made philosopher, every respect. 73, Kissimmee, Fla Property is the city limits.' Nelson'Realty Co.
v, on to conduct 'the attain of the office "That's right," replied the man with JOHN H. DASHP. about one mile southwest from depot. To buy 10 to 20-acre orange 12-tf .
the frivolous hat. "The best photographer other house., and lots and and grapefruit grove, with some raw
of Also have
! r with an eye single to the! good I i at a picnic always has to manage . Q. Box 14(1( Kissimmee, Fla. four tracts of 40 acres each cheap, land additional. Address, giving low FOR RENT-Two rooms with, bath, '

the county. It is his habit. the camera and never gets Into InstI six miles ont. ,2-tf est price, Lock Box 655. Birmingham, either furnished or unfurnished.
17-2t C E. II.MUSTjfUEVF I - I Ala. 13-4t-p Close In. Price reasonable.. ,S. ,J/
I tbe picture"If .., WE-Have listed some of the most desirable -. Souders, Mabbette.street.. ''It. 0
I property on the market both PENNELL-agent for Sayman Soap
IT I She Had Returned Earlier"Why 1, city and county, which we offer at and remedies, Ordway Plasters. FOR RENT-Modem 6-room house tin e. /
John, how neat you have kept the lowest prices to be obtained. center of town; $22.50 per month.;
the flat while I have been away!" of -' P. O. Box 431. 16-tf
There no padding prices by us, GET H. N. BRATTON to' drive your ?
;rt When Well.Know. Kiuimmee People "Yes, dear; see that blister I got on 1 every piece of property sold at exact artesian wells. 43-tf V"J J

Tell It So my hand while sweeping and dustlna I price placed on it by the owner. .. Order of Publication: ,
Plainly. -- -- --- -- --- ------
this morning?" I Write us your requirements and we .
WADE the tuner, Orlando. In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit OeJ ''
will do best to please by
endorsement Is made Eliminated.The I our you hula
When public by Competition oeola Count/. of Florida-la Chaoc; rr..
eleventh-hour resolution of the showing just the kind of property you James 0.D.vL.Complalnaat. Cbatlea Joy/A'
citizen of Kissimmee, i iI ye '
desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf i, AlTED-The sweetest thing out for J. Cbarlea: Gallagher and All Persons Claim
the proof i i. positive. You must believe I Steel Trust to divest Itself of a part I II I your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy- Inn an Intereat III the Property In Thla Dirt
1 It. Read this testimony. Every: of Its ore holdings was a confession ofguilt FOUR-acre orange and grapefruitgrove i fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug Peaorlbed from Title., Duf"Dd"DtI-BlU Remove Cloud
I The Steel Trust dominates the I with 250 bearing trees, Company. 33-tf
backache sufferer, every man, womanor To All whom It May Concern I
markets for billets and other baslo the acres muck and ten acres pine It appearing1 from the sworn bill or::00...*
child with any kidney trouble will steel products, rails, steel plates, tin- land in cultivation, thirty and one- FOR a nice hot or cold lunch visit room plaint dle4ID thli cause, that there are perona '
find profit in the reading. I half acres unimproved land fiveroombox next to Postofflce. Lunches sent on interealed In the property Involved la.bla
plate, wire, and structural Iron- as alt.. ether than the known defendant end
V C. W. Campbell, Bryant and Dilling- completely as the Oil Trust dominatesthe house good barn and well. The phone calls. Phone 154. 9-tf that the namee of auoh peraona ao Intonated*
improved land all under good fence. are unknown to the complainant; and that relief
t ham streets, Kissimmee Fla, says: market for petroleum and Its various This property on the north side of la prayed In aald bill of complaint anUaat'. '
V "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills 'and derivatives. Petroleum prices are East Lake, four miles from Narcoos- LUNCH ROOM-The place tor a nice such la unknown defendants:
It Therefore Ordered That all parties
know from personal experience that fixed: by a few men who meet occasionally see, nine miles from Kissimmee. hot or cold,lunch short order meal, claiming Inti....'In and to the following

r they are a remedy of merit. I got this In a tall building on lower SAFE GROCERIESto Price $4,500, $2,500 cash balance. one or oysters next to any, visit Phone the lunchroom orders OweoIa described an property: i Florida ultuale,lu to-wlt the I :County'- of

preparation from the Kistimmee Drug Broadway; steel prices ire discussedand buy; Safe groceries to eat; Satisfactory year. H. M. Breaker & Co. promptly delivered. Phone 154. The north. half of the northeeat quarter olth
quarter of Section! Sixteen la
Co., and it relieved me of a lame and arranged at Gary dinners. Competition groceries: to pay for. KELLERSTRASS White 9-tf Township Twenty ...aouth of Range Twentvnlne -
has absolutely nothing to do Orpington eaat, do appear to the oomplalnaut'a
itching back and other symptoms of .-- Eggs: : $2 for 15; cockerels $2 each; bill of oomplalnt. herein Bled, on or before
Icfdnes complaint. I cheerfully recommend with the matter; It l Is completely ellm- also White Wvandottes, Dustin FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass lat day of lul,. A. D,11)1'2, rise the said bill will
inated.-Philadelphia Reoord. strain $1' for 15, $5 100. Market, No. 189. 19-tf be taken at oonleaaed. -
,I Doan' Kidney Pills, for I consider DIBBLE & SONA eggs per And It la Further Ordered, That this order
Pinedale Chicken Farm Box 43. be publlahed once a week. for twelve oonaeon
them worthy of praise. Kindred Glooms. Phone 121-6 rings. l -4.tpdYou'll WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands the weeks. In the Valley Qaaette,a newepeperpiiblliihed
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 IS.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf In aald County of lOaoeola,r.f. k
r Says the Chinese emperor in an Imperial Florida, and of general circulation ::
y ..cents. Foster-Milburn Co.; Buffalo, edict: never regret if you subscribe OOUDI,. t
MEET at Kissimmee Drug Co. and
Good Wltueaa the Honorableamea w.perkluy3.d
New York, sole agents. for the United "I have reigned three years, and Example for the Gazette. we will get a drink of the best soda .of acid oourt. and my name aa Clera
1 StateaS have always acted conscientiously In thereof. and the omclal anal of said Circuit
Mr. W. R. Makinson has seta water made. 81-tf
SHIP your produce to G. W. Judy & Court this the llth d.y of April. A. D. IIIICR..I .
Remember the name-Doan's-and the Interests of the people. But 1 example for our property owners by Co., Tampa Fla. Write them for R. O. joRmrroM.
not I FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull < ) Clerk CircultCourt. .
take have employed men properly, as stencil. 49-tf
no other. .
planting shade trees along the entire
: W. J. Scare Solicitor for Complainant. l12t
Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf
6 am without political skill. I bave employed --. ,
--- --- ----
front of his property;' on Broadway.
for the Benefit of the too many nobles In official po- Notice.To .
..1 Library. Nothing will add more to the attractiveness Kissimmee Auto Garage: and Machine MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the '
sitions. The
t The ladies of the V. I. S. will hold people are crumbling, Rull Baas Market, phone 189. Ij -tf All Whom It Mar Concern: -
} of in _
an yet I do not know. Disasters loom our city the years to Company has accepted the agency forth 0- That on Ute and day of June A.D.1911.1 willapplv
Ice Cream Social on Wednesday after ahead, but I do not see." come than the planting of shade trees l Cartercar, one of the most wonderful ANYONE anywhere can start a mad to the Honorable James W. Per
noon and evening, April 24th, at-the Of what other distinguished head of along every street and avenue.' Lets cats of the age, and will in a few order business at home. No canvass- a, of or the wherever Seventh. the Judicial court! Circuit may be,, for at De.Lan.t an.tborlty .. .,..':\/'<"1''.,
days have a shipment of these cars on ing. Be your own boss. Send for free to adopt Louie Mltob.Usa.out alx years ..
V Chapter House., In the,evening there a government do these utterances remind all get: the habit Plant shade trees. hand, which they; will take pleasure in booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, of age parent UDI r will be.Music. ,.ou' Do it now. showing to all. 15-tf Lockport, N. Y. OEO.: E. FISHER.W : .
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