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I' .Curbs Are Being Constructed Under Fire Arrives PetitiOn Being''' Circulated for LoadIng .-

Enthusiastic:. folks at the Other End Second: Paving Contract :Engine ., Station .Near Wadley.. County Candidates Enjoy. festive '

t.J : of the'Midland Form'a Board Brick: for the,,.new paving. ,contract 'A ',petition ,Is being circulated and 'Occasion In Peasant Kissimmee

have begun to arrive, 'and Mr., ,Bedell, The new automobile fire engine I, would be hard to think of any doo-dad widely signed in this ,city, asking, A. 'Valley' Town.

.: of. .Trade With Thirty.five. who will superintend the work for the here. She arrived Thursday night and which ought to be on a fire engine that Istant Superintendent M. Crown, of '

.Charter Members. Alabama Paving Co., will return to the was given a try out on the streets this I la not ontbl."on. Self-starter.., self the A. C..L.:, to order the'< construction Wednesday last was a gala' day atWhitti.r .
: the occasion a'
,, ,
,.. city to take'ch.rge'of It'' ,within,a, few haven't lighting system double cylinder cb.emIc.1 of a sidetrack: at or: near Wadley, on being political ;
forenoon. If een' barbecue
you engine, lanterns, searchlight, ladders he''/tSugar Belt. Ttio is desired and speaking to give the
f' thirty'fi. days. A'fore. of men is I now at work : siding
; ,A Board of Trade of ve .live.enthusiastic : candidates chance
' ,. across: the railroad track back from the take It from u* she's a beauty. Long hose ,comp rtme'nta'a; siren horn by the residents' Fowler Park and county a last to put .

V members was organized Qn station, making the.:curbing which is to and trim and red. and all flx.dup with that sounds like the wail of a lost soul. lissimraee Gardens.! ,* who are4 raising at forth 'their claims for'the' several' .
'E last Friday night at Apopka. the pretty i I. -these a few of the trimmings on position to which they ..piN. .
: ' be used on this work., Four large frills and furbelows, she certain/ are. the present time considerable quantities
"Hittle Mld- '
ot the
th other end
., city at boxes, partitioned at ,the proper distances the Queen of the May. the machine., B t'we can't begin to of truck and greatly need, a loading Early Wednesday: morning about ,six:;
'land. I had the of being ,
great pleasure have been built, ,,and the curb- We published a description of Vie describe her. She's here, and everybody station within easy reach of/ theirarms. or eight automobiles, each carrying a 1 {

'\.,k' present at the meeting, and of as- Ing is being made in these, in sections. machine few weeks ago, and; she more can"take a look. She certainly; Kissimmee Gardens and Fowler full quota of passengers;left this'' 'city
In the into being of '
:isting bringing for Whittier in the
A large number of sections can thus than measure up to expectations., It a beaut. Park are growing In population rapidly party being A. E.:\
member rapid
of Florida's
( newest: --- Donegan, 'candidate for the State
be made atone., and they are then : ,Large numbers of the tracts have ', l
ly growing family of aggressive commercial I Senate; H. c; Stanford.. candlda ..for
..." set in the street at the proper grade, been sold and are being .settled and the "
;, organizations..;; '. and the paving I. to be laid to them. Kissimmee May Secure a ,Y.: M. C. A residents should be accommodated with Representative; R. ''T. ,Butler' C. +
It;was my first trip to Apopka, and Buckets, and W; I. Barber, candidatesfor a
On the residence streets the width of his siding. The people of Kissimmee.are
the two day. I w..' gone were a seriesof , Tax Assessor; S. L. Lupfer'and "U.
the paving will be eighteen feet. The rightfully ,lending their aid to thepropo.ltlon.
surprises.. Previous notions of Apop If the movement should be C. Miller candidates for
The Men and Religion campaign in ing successful Treasurer
-,' curbing will be only 2: inches above the Mr. W. H. Farmer Is circulating
_. ka ,had ,been formed from the dismal within the next few months' R. D,. Guic. and W. J. Sean, eandl-.,'
brick, so that it will be possible todrl..e this city, after! four aucces.Cul'day., the petition here,'and Kas ae-
train which makes the round trip once The members of. the team who conducted dates for Superintendent: C.' .W.'
i t the drunken rails of the over it. In case of necessity. closed with a great mesa meeting at cured the narries. of forty business men.
the local campaign were Mr Griffin candidate for'' Supervisor of
the brick received Everyone approached been ready to ;;
from first
". Midland roa't 'and these notions were Judging the Auditorium Sunday night. In spite
George E, Moody, leader; Mr. Marcus Registration L. Lesley candidatefor
,. they are of a superior quality, and will The approval of the "Board of
; not flattering to the town. This is not street.! of the fact that the evening was very C."Fagg, expert in Social Service ; Mr. Trade and the City Council will be given County Commissioner; J. L. Over,
,a fair way to Judge Apopka, for however give warm more than three hundred people Friend E. Hovt, .expert in Boys Work ; the petition and it will to Mr.. Crown street, candidate for Clerk 'of I the .

; dilapidated the Midland may be, it HUSKY HAILSTONES attended this service and gave the Rev. Frank F. Fitch expert in Bible carrying' the unanimous go wish of the Court'Lt H. Ingram., candidate for,' h

'runs through: and'to the most charming closest attention to the earnest addresses -! Study ; Dr. W. L. C. Mahon. people of this section. Under these Sheriff; G. F. Parker and T. M:'

country. I have yet seen in Florida of the four team members who' The four days campaign included a conditions it seems likely that the 'request Murphy, candidates for County. Judge, '.

,The first few miles of the road runs Kissimmee is Visited by an Unusual spoke.It well rounded program of services, with will be granted. and John C. Jones, candidate for State
through the beautiful 'pines that lie Kind of Storm. is believed by the l leaders of the addresses by the team members. The Attorney. ,

porth of Kissimmee. Shortly, however Laymen's Union in this city that the services were held both morning, afternoon AUTO ROAD RACE Julian Monsd'oca was-master of ceremonies !

the*land becomes rolling, there are A meteorological demonstration unusual campaign will result in bringing: into and night, and thoroughly: covered and had prepared a sumptuous ,"

.occasional lakes, prosperous. citrus if not entirely unprecedented in I enthusiastic relationship with the workof the phases ot work undertaken in the barbecue dinner, with the. assistance

groves are seen on each side of the this section. took place on Tuesday at the churches a number of strongmen Men'and Religion movement. The addresses Much Local Interest In. DeLand To of F.. J.,Godwin, whose reputation for .
/ .
railroad interspersed with well kept noon, when a hailstorm following: a who have not been very active Were all of a practical nature, I Tampa Run., barbecuing meat to just th*, right;

-' truck;gardens. Windermere, Gotha; hot, muggy morning, visited Kissim- workers. It will also bring the churches dealing with the problems that confront turn, is as broad as his acquaintance,

,Cofee and Clarkona are growing: settle- mee. The unusual feature of the of the city into a closer relationshipwith the men of the churches. A great deal of local interest was and the other good people of Whittier. '

mente on the Midland-and should be In.t storm was the remarkable size of the each other in all movements look- On Sunday the morning cervices were taken in the road race from DeLand to : who are always ready to help on such *, '

r. ;'a' large measure tributary to Kissim- hailstones, many of which were :easilyas ing to the welfare of the city. given over to 'the Men and; Religion Tampa and return, which passed' ,occasions. The dinner being the moat'

.t ( b... They are not, solely because of large as the first joint of a man's movement In all the churches. In the through this city Monday. Local auto important feature Julian very properly
I It ls believed that one importantresult
y the, atrocious service on the Midland, 'thumb. If the large' chunks of ice had very afternoon Mr. Geo. E. Moody addresseda enthusiasts followed the race all the bad It served first
'"which, la a branch, and an apparently been sufficiently; numerous they would of of the movement campaign will for the be men's meeting at the Baptist church way by wire. Following' is an account Then came the speaking;.:th*., eaJt-. t

paying branch, of the A. C. L. have done great'damage, but they were a organ Association some 150 men hearing his splendid address taken from tile Tamga Times, We dates being introduced by !Gerald
of Men's Christian ,
, *'The day I went to Apppka the train so scattered that no harm was done to ization a Young of such on "The Man who Went Bad" wish to call the attention of the Lakeland Ashton':and peaking from the'tonneau'" ':. 'q
The need
'., "upon which fwaa a passenger took a vegetation. Rain fell for a few minutes organization here.has been felt some for sometime At the same hour Mr. Marcus C. Fagg T.legram to the fact: that th.,,E. of an automobile.' :The speechea' wr*&. "''I

little more than five hours to make the following the hailstorm. The climatic t and number of the addressed a meeting for women at the M. F. car .hit a cow NEAR LAKE all. that-could be datr.d'lacb. ''candidate -I
a younger
,84 miles.. It was 40 mlnujtes, late in freak served to moderate the the Methodist church. At 6:30. in the Presbyterian LAND. having carefully prepared", hlm '.
have discussed During
i tartln '. The engine had been lying to comfortable men Though both cars in the $500 road ".
.<: temperature a very the need ofa church. Mr. Fagg conducted a self for the occasion and we feel fun. ".
"': idle on the track for two hours, but just coolness. Men and Religion campaign largely attended union young; people' race from DeLand to Tampa and return that when they had finished the' voter's", t Y: :"
to work Y. M. C. A. was emphasized' by all meeting and at TOO in the Auditoriumthe I yesterday suffered accidents, the Ford J
\ 11 i before starting time was put of that
district :r
regretted 'COIIId"
the speakers, and a few of the men of closing mass meeting was held.The I the luckiest of the two and won ;' they., 'f.
shunting freight cars about in the yard, fine Cucumbers. the i was not vote for all of them: .
t'-'l': while three other engines lay resting, the city are now investigating meetings have done the cityjtood out by a margin of four hours over the '
Mt. L. H. Ingram has a field of method .organizing. Without solicitation They have aroused the men to a The country,. jound about; Whittier: ,
.lads emitting steam. This little stunt nearly ten a res cucumbers which are.xceptlon.lly thousand dollars has sense of their responsibility to the com E-M-F. ttiened'out in large number*.,'some 'oil
but it did not about a munity. They will probably result in Lawson Magroder, well known in
have been
: ,,
I may necessary them driving ten,: fift**- ,a*"* tw-.*-'
fine and which
from :
experienced been offered for,the of erecting -
to the twenty-five purpose some mqvementa In the city that will Tampa, who piloted the Ford drove
'j and'toe
appear so pauenyerswho think h.should be be of benefit. miles to be present; audience ;
which grower get a building, and it would not surpris- lasting her over the 808 miles of the course in '
-waited, the 40 minutes were .
between four and five thousand baskets.He was composed largely of ladies, Who;
, consumed in thle'way., expects to begin shipping in a few actual running time of eleven. bourseHis after all, control most of' the votes.,

No, indeed. Gwendolen, this was not days. Mr, JnJtam..tatea that whatever [: Kissimmee Chases Baseball Hood car broke a-rear axle near ,the Whether elected or defeated,, the ,.' v 4 t

", the only place that the train killed time. he gets; from his*. cucumbers Ferry at Sanford on the return trip, memory of the Whittier barbecue 'wfllV r
It it all along the ''Anyhow, but telephonic calls for aid,brought out
did '
be he will linger long la, the ;.memories of
net profit, as harvest enough
the conductor had a pleasant time talking ,' hay for his work and fertilizer I Seven to four! That i I. the way to Sanford today with a grim determination a new axle and the Ford was delayed. candidat *,-.. well a* of those.
to the good looking girls at the different that to beat those but an hour and thirty-fir minutes. accompanied thorn/rom this '
Kissimmee Crackers laid U over celery taps to a fin< city, the''
should \ The E-M-F was not so lucky. It hita '
e stopping places, so why '' i- u
,The Valley Gazette "purchased a and fancy frazzle. : -.4 ,
'. '- 'the passengers kick. It was the longest three horsepower electric motor from I bespectacled college bunch at.Winter. Finally brethren,-then-young men cow near Lakeland, causing; a delayof LT1STOWBPSaaford :

for the distance I ever took. Park Thursday. The collegians were many'' precious minutes while tem- ,
: Gardner' &: Fills, which has arrived and are working like Trojan to put Kissimmee -
1 The Apopka folks took the sting out will be installed In the next day or so. 1 very arrogant at first, having but a few on the baseball map., The peopleof porary repairs were made, and damaging ,'1 r
i 4>>f the trip however by the cordiality Sanford 12 the rear axle so that It broke as Jinx Again Eats Kmimmee'sGoatAlto. '
The City Council has made a special days; previously beaten -8. the town ought to and will' get behind .

"t of their reception. A number of the rate on electric current for power pur- In their arrogance they piled up three them. Kisaimrnee must have a the car reached Kissimmee.. .:.. .' ;.
'' -eitlsen were at the station In autos, in the third This mad. Another car went out'with repairs -
poses, which brings it within the reach runs inning. baseball, park. Manager, Kuykendall
and though the train had dragged until and his' real mad. and from the San Juaq garage at Orlando, eluded'v;
; of all who may have occasion to use it, Doyle cohorts Kulp': Captain Doyle have undertaken toprovide

':h. '''dark, they,took me about the town, and and it Is nowonly a question of a short 1 I was pitching and be began mowing '', one, and are going: to do.It if no but precious time was hat:, Eight' .' a e
., of the coziest, homiest boo miles out of Kissimmee another break that would; have been; then to :
tame down the batsmen like oats before a
time when there will be a large numberof a one helps, but every man In town ought
this time the other side of the league team, some of the flossiest. examples .
M. /tel. I hay. ever I'n--o'The WaysideInn" here) McCormick reaper. Better than that on
motors in operation! ::- to put In five to twenty-five dollars had y'
f" IA., ,:, -:-:for snipper1J the Cracker began landing the pill, I help pay for a creditable baseball plant.t axle again.held' up the racier. ',The ear ; of bonehead.plays ever'shownto "
.Tae held in the council was Axed u soon as possible but too ,a collection of fans and a little sample ,
'I J moettug was
+ Ing enthusiast.. Miles of the best :, with, vigor and frequency. Estimatesas From the.response already made there :
.;chamber, which had been ,elaboratelyidecorated roads I have seen In Florida lead, out to the number of hits made off the I is every reason to believe that the fQW f much time bad been lost, nearly ;flve of extraordinarily'ougk .baseball .
, C ; from and boors having been consumed In the various i luck.' .The boat pitching On the top side:
w'. ,Speakers' Orlando from Apopka' There are crystal lakes'. W. P, finger varied from 16 to 20., The i or more needed for this purpose.will be '
tit $* ':roanford war. expected, but aa they had veritable; gems set in beds of emerald Collegians succeeded" in accumulatingbut forthcoming' at once. ,Let everybodyhelp repairs and it was '+10:30 o'clock of God' green tootatool- will not win"games rS'I 1

; pTt: pot rrlvtd'. the meeting proceeded'the green. There'is rich 801l(a splendid:i 4 off Kulp.: Everybody l on the Kissimmee out by handing check for five or: when the w E-M-F, reached the; i DeLandgarage. ) when.offset, by Ivory: domes ass., ti a.: ,

rt'..- '\writer giving an address on end climate, congenial people, charming.' team was hitting. Speedy Al- ten.'.or mqre dollars to."Manager Kuy: the same team .'_ .teat'.athat.

: ,":",of. ommrcil organizations- some homea. prosperous groves .Just oat-;1:vey got i out of 8.; Kulp laid down a kendall Aas't Manager W.fIW. result of Tuesday' .. fl

" "' essentials to success: / } aide of,Apoplta'Ia the, Peary estate, i, sizzling three-bagger., The Buzzas got or, Capt.: Frank: Doyle.,' 'Much, of the ,CAMPAIGjyXPENSES( a game which Bnzza bad sewed up; .
u4';' '! Mr. F. II. Davis,was elected chairman hundreds of acres laid out, like city 11 I two apiece, and so,it went, and .the bacon labor Is being: donated and with adequate In a. hermetically sealed bag and placed

:t ." : .' of, the meeting, and later elected park with tree-lined driveways lawns, came to Kissimmee. -"" 'eah'{donations,, all of,,which will Office Seekers 'file Accounts With on I ice, was neatly'presented to the San\
',' president of,the Board.' Mr. ,W.'' T. groves flowers .a magnificent id.nee,1, I The boys have a.notion that the boo,,' be' spent' ,I In; i Kissimmee,.this, city will ford team by a couple members of

"' see-tari i : 1 A little nearer town Is the great Brax- doo has been chased., They: are' going have.a parkas good as.'the best., , \ .":Clerk of Circuit, Court., the Kiasimmee team,and a measly. little ... 4, :J'
r. ![ ... "' rain that upset all the dope. We traitthat
) ton Beaeham grove of 100 acres.'' Inthe Following are the amounts\ spent by: '
about teno'elocqMr. Forrest Lake is Wekiwa Sanford: appreciates ,Wedon't. < .
i At other direction Springs I '> the various county1candidate. in "thel;: -1 '*

A. .ands Mr.;,Foster, 'of, Sanford, arrived a, beauty: spot that would grace the Death'of ". S. Partin. A Suggestion. efforts to persuade the voters that they official .t
: The core'Iahowe> thatpnz
;:, *l'and spoke briefly. Swiss mountains I ,Mr., Henry STPartin, one of Oac lacounty''blde.t Now that our! streets are;s G.Ming beautified are;',,the? real"thing., These accounts j> 'struck|'..
allowed just one hit. and that h*
,It wfie decIded (..o'etrecit'perman.nt The town Apopka itself !is scat.tared Were
( :; and moat highly res- and we.are,,'in the progressive .filed on Saturday: '.And'7et' 12a,
':'w\ organization,' ,The membership fee wu much territory' ft Is neithera 'For Senator-. E.Donegan out fourteen:Celery tope *> f
tr over bpected citizens, died at his home near line, quite a decided, improvement; jfn ,1 State ; final,, "favor thoW *
\ score was,, 2-1 of
\.:I fixed at 'LOOand due at ",00 per an large nor a busy place, but it has'possibilities. $ L.'d in
.h. Southport last Sundays and was buriedat the appearance! of our sidewalks. along 453.88. ;;; Massey$194.81. aOup' flavorera. .And 'all becau.erkutF'i

.j' ,Dank 'J'hlrty.fhellCllPd' the roll, with The city owns Its own council . .Rosehll! cemetery,on Monday after' the business ,section; can be made onSunday '" .'For.RepresentativerlLC.rtanford4erk ,, hat'."the :
use T '
. and-rwhat '" .I..m chamber Kla.lmm..lacka
to come.
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: noon. mornings if at,, closing time
:". Jo the':, speeches cf theApgpkd'peoplei .;:.a pretty little ,'park. It.has four; i .141'., Partin bras about eighty years' of Saturday nights all "of, .our, merchant. ofarcuiLCourt-Johd;!; : ;..Over- :, Some, day.pouw're'gofngWyank; :: '
; the ;.of that, bunch.of.wiltedgarden ,
i handaome .
., i r. Jwho addressed tile meeting There was church buildings and a juniorhigh age and had been ill, for a lone time would have the, walks swept off,. giving e U'Vef' aG5.; truck' 'o. Jobn'arl'ir r

',a. ..e a",' b..tfUtone\: of hopefulness, and a school. It has a state bank, in Its with Bright's disease.: He was"one of a nice, clean tichtoot.w.ywhere: ladlea'' Tax ColsleptorC: : : ..L.- Bandy$70.aTsi ., "" and .stretch aforementioned up the St. bide' 1

;"ydeti rmlnatlOli.t4l'.outApopkawber.: iba4belbnps own : attracb"0Gulldinc; 'onlytwo the pioner settler of this section and dresses would not draggle; through AseeasorR.,T.. Butler $127; W: Weir baseball' on ,
th..f.nce the In
: among .ti, Pprogresslve cities of months old, but with $40,000; deposits.The Barber *105; C. Buckles, ii00.TsuurL. ,:i or park
affair lot .
took a keen,; interest :public! a of cigar;,stump, cigarette: :,ends,' 1. : Kissimmee, wher all theworld/may' ''

'lorida.1he'peoblofApopksareof1p Consumers'. :Lumber and Veneering. and some years ago was a member of and no'end of, peanut "khells,, and all .Lupfer$161.150'B.:, ; H
and understand that the Sanford
3 1 a inpst substantial type"and there seem* Co. has ''abig plant in the town, employing the board of county commissioners in kinds of trash' What looks better to C.'Miller $79.COV ,-: ; jeer may /ICrackers.
baa been
b. "no:.,-ressen why the town '*t".th.::other about' 100 hands; with 'a monthly which'position ',h*. seryed the people the visitor than a nice ,clean: ,walk --on Superintendent of Public Instruction ', eaten .by'tbe 1 *'
.' 'We'll bito
let fan
: l" ;'eo&of the Midland may'not: (" become atbtving pay>> roll of: M.OOO. Material is on,. faithfully and well., He was a brothers Sunday morhmg?, Sweep us, sweep up; -W: J. Sear 167.50,:R. D.Gufci$85, f1'''a'little'secret" ,This jut" 'eating'stunt"U you ,| M

!( city in the, next few year hand for an ice plant ,A brick bdsineesblock ,Messrs.. Bob and Steve Partin. than<, boy; It only takes a few minutes,.and Sheriff-L.;; H:Ingram 130. .' ' 'off this 'sft rnooo. .The: Klsirnmee :.P:;."
coming **,
: 'When Apopka take ,this position she is under construction' ; An.:electric '' 'Som this countyhaa better 'the Jadiea will.all thankyou. .X- ., .-County Sollcitor-H. D.Geiger $40. '' "-ball toasen, "...* :mad- clear* '

should, be- a sister city to .Kiasimmee. ligh'" plant v >e utafted loon. ,1zen.. He had reared avlarge family County: Judc-r.. .Murphy. ,. $9.49.: : \ / lf1Sanford' j
through ancWhey to 'go after 'l.4' 6f
:;,The two places belong together. They Apopka Is just OUnd, and determinedto children moat of whom reside in Todd-Ladnef.c : G. F.' Parker $200. : gJJt.. propose ;
l' '
.wIl1aiwaya be sitar apart as the pole be; a good town, and In spite of the this county, He leaves an aged widow 'Supervisor of ReIi.iratioD-c.. W. '' 1Tb.. came U at Sane ;?--- ....:
without .better service on the.. Midland. fact that it is notion a main line of and Mr. S. A. Todd andplksEllaLdner, Griffin $15County ,'.. ford and the great William Jenning '
: to
\j i i,I: 'k 'Tbejteople'aiong: this, line are entitled railroad there is ......"JeaeoG to believe mourn a his large connection. sister' of Mrs F. A.'JC.y,. of this place, Commissioners- >1at.'No.,:,, Bryan will watch. It.: 'We expect'aome" ,1 1

.. :'I to si passenger tram.'' Kl..imoi..I. entitled that It U ,one of. 'the coming cities fInland wer quietly married at'the, .home ''of E.1 L. Leslie '$15. J, K.Illlllard'ilDI.t. glad tidings front Sanford* ,tbis aft.r.d. : :r r
to It. ,Apopka, is entitled to it. Florida, '" Meeting. the, bride in St.. Cloud early Tuesday No. 2, Raymond Lanier,$8., 'Dist, noon."' .. 1 " . .,.,''

**W_ should Join hand and demaU3 bet. KIssimanee ougbtto cultivate th. ac*r --T lIyme !, adorning.'Rev.: .Wscott' of the.M.- E. No.'VA. F.;Bas $10.; No.-4, O. .. 'The Rmernor of California l i has'-ee

'iSar/railroad' .."ice./:At present, both I qualntanc of this charming sister city,* Our next meeting will be held at thePresbyterian Church 'offieiaUngJ Mr.' and .Mrs, R. Bass$10. Dist. No. 5,:,W. T. Walker t.l
visKlMimmee the'other end of th> Midland for church Sunday afternoon Todd came back to Kissimmee by automobile the"'governor of',Florida; to planted, i.
ye, "time and.mon.y are saved. by, going. I at ; \ $5, W. S. Bulce $8.' I < ,.. ..
"OfIoado., ? ::. ''x" some other towns are flirting'with her.'. at 3:30 o'clock.and will be led by Bro. and.:.a wedding' dinner was School Board-No F 1. W. a' Ease $9, : in.Capitol dark,:.four:'aeqnoia_ tglgantea r 'fi; ':
'" if "'dos., not take hold oi jr. P. K, Sam Lupfer.. A full,attendance! is desired served them by Mrs. Key at her home EV S. Collier'' $9.65.% No. 2. P':G. ,Cro- tree,. :Nine.: trees' bgirtto- -a\taI4" '.

j / tth: 'proposition'toon we will .lose .,thli The officers elected by the ApopJ aBoard as It i I. up to pa to C8I'I7.OO the at Mr. R. Thomas/a >at, 3 p, m. The martie $6, Geo. Overstreet $a. ',Ernest their" growth'' laabout',06bWe're ,'--y-' '' I : r. '.,,
of Trade are as follows J .President I- the lien and ReUnion newly weds were showered with rice ;( - '. "- 4tc "
triek ntifttl' k.ctW4-snd in t Itipoesibfllties good work started by -- A -
'tad p Brown John.Baisden
.. / nt2o. S. $8. ,
F/-H.Davis,, ; Vice' Presidents as they took the ,4:11 train ou their drop"around In a couple& of. i>wasigd ,,' :;
;ttf.: .: It is nch,-and It ls beMutifnl. ', H. IL.Withedngton; Dr. C. P. McCalL Forward Movement! Convention, way to Fort .Myers and a trip up the W/W. Chandler5, -, - '' ?qY : .

.: Naooe. could ',visif th.rrlt0r3 W; H. BrokawMSecretary, Wm. T.Champneye. and to do effective; service organization l.weticoau: \ They: : .xpeet'to make Justice of the Peace-No, 3, L.Eulen-. '' ', jean and look at.the young: ,eap, 'i.jlll 'i--, ':

UaosBt to the Midland without, becoovv .' ,11,f "? AI ,'t Is necessary ,A.'S;:'.,N LBOH, Chnv.'v ,,"their. 'future home In Ktsflmmee7. Z." ; .'i,' _" ,\,.. '" '
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+ ,_ THE K1SSIMMEE' EY'OAZETPE April 26, -lIt!;:: '\ 't

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I O.I: Ai .CAUSON' ,'President:'" 'CT, c. BRYAN, 8ECE ;TARt ,I 'HE ,IS DELIGHTED ROLL, OF' HONOR Col. Cromwell Gibbons'

-, 'The following 'pupils of the Kisslmme -'y----, -. ..1 r e j4

The Waters &; Carson Mr. J J. D.Woodbeck( Writes Enthusiastically ; Public School have not been absentor --

: ,to His Home Paper.. tardy during the month ending April
16, 1912, having made an average of 90 Candidate for Governor of Florida .
; The following letter, written by Mr. per cent or more' in their studies, with '
: Grocery CompanyWholesale J. D. Woodbeclc, manager of the;Pastime not,lens than 85 per cent In any subject, --1.- ,::-- - =--- .

I theater, is reprinted from the Ot- and not !es than 95 .In deportment :f
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V sego, Mich., Union of April 11. FIRST GRADE-A Div,-Dora Prevatt, l

Iesale and) Retail. .Dealers in"'; Florida is doubling In population and Ruth Hyde, Eva Sessions, Ruth Bowen, a ar

business every few years because the Vera Gilbert, Elizabeth,, Parker, Ruth {l,,f.
QROCERIE'SW'E 'j':: state is able to make'people who come Davis, Allie Simmons, Bttsste Miller [ <,'t
V ; here contented with their new homes Aliplo Santiago, James Deltz Kenneth '. :

y Mr. Woodbeck is a business man. His Branson, Joseph Clements, Lewis Hirt- _________ I
common sense -tells him that Florida zel, Joe Bryan, Pleas Johnson, Leonard ','."I

W'E has a splendid future. When to this Rush, Hollis Link, Eldred Flint, Mose \,
? SELL I WE BUY future l is added the delight of living in Hyman, Wilber Anderson.

.. the best climate on earth, I it is not sur- U DIVISION-Lenna Jones, Eula Jones, .

y HAY HIDES prising that he has joined the Kissimmee Frances Evans, Eula Bowen, Christine F-

boosters. The letter Is as follows Williams, ,Katherine McKay,. Minnie -
i GRAIN FURS : Miller, Louise Regero, Esther Ilessing, { ,

FERTILIZERS Kisslmmee, Fla., March 30, '12. Martelle Locke, Virginia Dann, Louise / a'

WOOL Geo. R. Brown, Otsego, Mich. Pfeiffer Carribell Hansel), Leola Ho- .. ; sw

' SHINGLES Dear Sir and Brother :-You askedme gan, Isabel Tiner, Klzzie Simmons, :Zel-
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ORANGE- BOXES .ANDo when I left Otsego last fall, to ma Bronson,Nita Powers,Johnnie Bron- I A&Pj ',I .,.

write you a letter telling somethingabout son, Nellie Woodall, Donald Kelly, Arthur '
ORANGE WRAPS Florida. The papers are so full Simpson Combs Young, Uly Chap : .

COUNTRY of the "sunny south," especially the man, Robert Buckles, Glenn Cain, Sidney fa'ti
VEGETABLE CRATES local and state papers, that a letter Phillips, Stanley Farris.

CRATE liAI S' PRODUCE looks small in the way of information. ,SECOND GRADE Catherine Tiller,

I am mailing you, under separate cover, Norma Duke, Norma Reaves, Thelma 4d
copies of the papers published here for Sutton Lillie Hansen, Ella Gardner, non. y -' tha --

We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. your perusal, and when you get them Dorothy Miller, Martha Ordas, Gladys + Y

We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping looked througn I think you will say that Griffin, Leah Wilcox Edna Bass, Willie I 1--'
Florida is SOME PLACE near Kissimmee.We Bass, Catherine Armstrong, Pearl Carter Qk.rY
parties. are on the main line of the At- Lois Little, Joseph Sears Frank _
Frte delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. lantic Coast Ry., ,between.Jack onville Keed, Charles Dann, Edward Getz Millard _

w* are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and Tampa.and one of the most extensively Rutherford, Walter Griffin, Horace I

and prices on fertilizers. advertised towns in the state, Dann, Edward Mattocks, Truman Hoyt,

, _. and the finest located town, being built Charles Jackson, Comp Hyman.
directly on the shores of the beautiful THIRD GRADE-Maurice Wilcox Ralph _

Lake Tohopekaliga. Phillips, Frankie Woodall,Verena Fout,
Excursion boa's ply between Kissim- Irene Pi Urn an, Nellie Bowen, Lillian
National League mfe and Kiseimmee Park eight miles Harris, Corleon Bryan Elmo Griffin ".

MAKE NO MISTAKE of Commission of I up the lake ; through canalsinto Cy- Ernest Hyde, Lytton Cosens. Add Gilbert -
Merchants the
United States press lake and Ilatchneha lake, they Edna Harvey, Leona La Martin, b Ti_ 4 l

Southern :Shipper: i strike the Kissimmee river, into Kis- Thelma Woodall, Edith Miller, l.eidal

SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE Number I simmee lake (one of the largest lakesin Games, Clinton Bus, Clinton Young. I II
Florida), and out of this lake down FOURTH GRADE-A Div. Ruby Grace I
the river to Fort BaHsmger 95 miles Nellie
I Bass, Jessie Bowen, Pansy Bowen
S. H. & E. H. FROST This is a passenger and freight: line, Cain, Lucile Downing, Irene Frank-I I The voters of Florida are called upon to decide many grave question at ',

excursion boats going on down through I 1m, Carrie Goodwin. Grace Eleanor )I the spring primaries. It is my desire that every man shall know exactly:/ wh re...,, .

COMMISSION MERCHANTS rivers, canals and lakes, passing large Graves, Nellie Hansel, Margaret Lee, I stand on these l Issues. I hope to be able to address gatherings in all the principal "

turpentine camps, to Fort Mjers, just j Jo Makinson, Mamie Pilley, Mattie communities Those whom I cannot reach personally must be touched

it. ESTABLISHED 1865 : above the everglades and near the gulf Stanford, Lenore Van Duzer Elizabeth through the,columns of the local newspapers. Those whom I will meet person

I of Mexico. I Gaines Dorothy Wells, George Roberts, ally will be in better position to judge themselves from having read and considered

Fort Myers is an old town-one of the I. Niel Woodall Curtis Yates, Elmer my platform. With this. in view, 1 have prepared a short synopsis of -
: oldest in the state-being down where the sixteen cardinal reforms and principles embodied in my platform for publication
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES mammoth Hinckley.B ( in every newspaper of the Stat>. 1 ask the people of Florida to makeme
it is more tropical. The DIVISION-Ellen Gordon, Harold their Governor as the measure of their approval of my stand on these question
palms are a wonderful sight Sixteen lint, Miriam Munger, Harriet Rodgers -
millionaires and one billionaire own Harry Schell, Janette Sullivan.
homes there. Dr. Miles of Elkhart owning FIFTH GRADE-Allie May Cummins, : ..
319 Washington St. Cor. Jay St. New York
one and Thomas Edison another. 1 Mabel Bowen, Frank Bryan, John Ed- First-Extended and increased powers to the Railroad Commission, which''" .. ..

., References:-Aetna Nat'l Bank, Mercantile Agencies had the pleasure of an auto ride while gar Bryan Blanche Davis, Ruby Duke will insure the utmost rights for the shippers and which will guarantee proper.

there and was informed as to who Grace Gilbert, Gazel Lane, Cleo Outlaw i and I .equitable rate g )

, owned the beautiful homes as we passed Mabel Overstreet, Helen Reed, Second.-The convict lease system of Florida Is n brutalizing one. I am In .
DO LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT? abolishment and the of the convicts the public highway ;,4
them, but the two names mentioned Irene Reed, Joseph Santiago, Henry favor of its placing on ,
of the State. Florida needs more good roads, and I believe that they cac-b-- ;
very all. Singletarp, Stratton Story, Mary Tiller, best secured by working our convicts thereon. Also the State has no right to
9lltj The trip by boat is wonderfully beautiful Francis Tress. profit by the misfortune of its citizens. The actual labor to maintain the support
-the boats being equipped to berth SIXTH GRADE-Margaret Anderson, of the convict is all the state is entitled to. Any profit should be set aside
for the benefit of the of the convict. Because we should punish the
and board passengers. The shores along: Iia Cain, Elsie Dietz, Willie Getz, Mar family
criminal no reason why hiOl family should suffer. On the contrary they should
the route, with the tall cypress and garet Stanford, Gussie Winn, Harold be protected and supported by the labor of the convict, and thsu the State will

S.' S. BUZZA & SON pines and hanging{ moss, the beautiful Woodall Emma Holt, Gertrude: McKay, be relieved of the possibility of the family being a public charge.
flower.scented air and the ever even Catherine Jackson. '
; ;::I' ': [ Third-To reestablish the rule of toe people and to meet! conditions that
climate makes think hard before
.,'V\ one SEVENTH GRADE Lynette Hogut, confront us today, I am in favor of the Initiative, Referendum and Recall,. -
!j' Cement and Concrete ' they would go back to the land of snow- Robert Jackson.. The Initiative means that the people shall, by.petition or otherwise, "make-
#; <{ (; .' -,, tanks and cold feet to live. : their desires !known to their law-maklngi bodies. The Referendum means that
n l 'if ''n Work'" all'' Kindst"'t :' EIGHTH GRADE=Abbie Harris, Helen all laws passed by law-making bodies shall be referred direct to the people'before ,
of (Kissimmee, aside from its water fa- ,rl
Bass, Grace Winn, Maurine Dann, Laura they become operative. At an election called for that purpose, the peoplecan
cilities and attractions, is surroundedby Thomas, Lois Linn, Lensie Haye, vote for or against law / passed by their representatives and a majorityvote
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY the best citrus and truck lands to be tor or against a law adopts it or rejects It. The Recall means that at any _
found in the state, having!': large orange Marie Boyd Frank Calkins, Harry election, special or regular the people may by ballot determine whether or not
Residence Phone 58 Mabbette Street Whetzal, Hugh Brush, Don Beuter. a public servant whose term has not expired is still acceptable to them, and a
and! grapefruit and extensive
groves him-determines whether that servant shall
Phon'182 majority vote for or against or not .
Office near Dillingham Ave. HIGH SCHOOL.
truck gardens, fruit and Vegetables berg stay in office or be recalled.
NINTH GRADE Bertha Bryan, Paul
shipped to the eastern markets in .
1 Elliott. Fourth-I favor additional laws for the control of trusts. "
arce quantities !:I
'ir -. 1 here are Michigan people local TENTH GRADE-Harold Buzza, Ed- Fifth-There should be stringent laws governing all corporations authorizedto
George N. Saunders many ward Newton, Alice Stute, Nellie Calk. do business in Florida, thus protecting purchasers of securities offered by
i id here, Benton Harbor being especial such corporation. s ,I
ine. ,
y well represented. 1 make some '
.i BOAT BUILDER new acquaintance from Michigan nearly ELEVENTH GRADE -X Cecelia Over- Sixth-Florida has suffered greatly through the operations of Irresponsibleland
,.;1 companies. I, therefore, favor strict laws governing; land and colonization -'
every day, and not one but; what I. entirely street. companies, in order to protect alike the investors and settlers and the ,reliable v '
c fr n, e' Agent for"F rro"ud"E 61.' j Engine I delighted with the town and cli 'TWELFTH GRADE-Inez Carson, Cor- dealers.-

-ew Pepsi ........FIN tni.raaeaasramarwr.u.TSetow.o.aa -= mate. The papers will convince you of line Gilbert, Elon Guice.
Seventh-The drainage of the land known as the Everglades by the Stateon
K1SSIMMEE FLORIDA. whit a board of trade can do for its a safe, scientific basis that will insure drainage and reclamation; and that
; town. WAS NO MEETING the same shall be drained and saved for its people and not permitted to go into,
M \ : I have never seen a more congenial the hands of speculators. If the State Is to be responsible tor the drainage and
and there Eli reclamation of the. swamp and overflowed lands, purchasers of unreclalmed land
spirit "get pulltogether -
should be fully advised at the time, and should not be sold to prospective settlers
The :RDLL BASS MARKET hustling lot of men than there are P. and S. of B. of T. Unfortunately until the same have been made permanently! habitable abd tillable.
in Kissimmee. Property is advancing at Wrong cOndusion.
Eighth-The establishment of an immigration bureau for the purpose of'*
value of
rapidly and the opinion ev-
developing Impartially all sections of the State. Florida'possesses a vast territory ; 'j
The and of the
.TM ,Beardca Building.One Block from Depot erybody I talk with Is "that n. short president secretary of Inhabitable and tillable lands distributed throughout State and I "
time Florida land will brjng a high Board of Trade made serious mistake believe it should establish and determine to have an immigaation bureau that
'Fresh Florida of all kinds. price. Every train, even at this writing Monday night. It was the 'night for will aid and assist all sections for and colonization of these y
,MEATS Is packed with northern eastern :the regular meeting of the Board, and properties. We should lend our efforts impartially to all section and' protect
honest investor and settler by providing!': that he receives what is '
p ,and, Western J and western people looking for locationsIn at the accustomed hour of 7:30 the p. I every when sold to him. represented .
the Sunny South investment and .. convened in the accustomed
and any
ftP'OUL'TRY' .' EGG'S. FRESH FISHSpecial made in Florida town the place. No one else appearing' it was Ninth-The organization of a state tax equalization board "by which' taxea:"
any or .
y : .-. -. near unanimously decided that everybody of the people shall be uniformly regulated and the State shall receive justly its"
town or railroads, will, in a short time, returns from all holders. r'
f :, { ', tillenlion! :Phone! Orders and Free double in value. I have surely got was too busy talking and thinking politics proper, property \

N ,. :delivery. ,to any, par'''of Ihe C//y.\, Phone 189 Florida sand! in my shoes, and will be apd an adjournment, was taken. Tenth-Amendment,of the primary election laws of the State., We should -i
"- Within the next quarter of an hour thsp. provide for a more thorough publicity of campaign contributions and expemW'tures -
perfectly contented when Mr Wood- and limit the amount that
and regulate legally!: f hall be expended'by the
.' .. ',' -' .. beck returns and we get to keeping and.s. met no fewer than twenty candidate for office-statu and county-and for what,purpose said ,expenditure ,i,,
house. I have looked over different faithful members of"the board headed !shall be authorize 1 1S.i, M

: : town. in the state and have decided to for the meeting; And so It.happenedthat Eleventh-Legislation that will Improve and extend our free public school
; ]Via) ( Lews.DWGE:: BGEJG1 build a house in this beautiful hustling In spite of the fact that many system, providing every opportunity throughout; the State for the education Of >
there ,
I 1 place. members wanted to meet was no our children. _; ,

*,r : :TWOJd!.- +End'Largest: Insurmn e.Agency in Osceola County Should any of my Otaego friends meeting: Tb p. and a. have resolved i Twelfth-Continuation of local option and strict enforcement .ia every tOUn--! %0
; 'FIRB; LIP ACCIDENT HEALTH make the trip down this way, a card not to let this unfortunate circumstance ty of the local option law. of the,State.: "
\ .. will find me at the train latch in repeat itself. On Monday evening,
alp -' VMONB IIS *fr Thirteenth-The Increased efficiency of the National Guard and Naval Mill
: hand, and if they will atop over 1 will Way 18. the aforementioned p: and .. tir of Florida by State and municipal aid. ,
show them that this is the only place will be on hand at 7:30: and thereafter
.... <, to live. Get some mileage, George, and indefinitely. There will also be some Fourteenth-Legislation extending and increasing the powers of municipal
and governments, thus giving the people home '
county absolutely
items of business band and a couple government f
take a southern trip. You don't know
CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE"Organised of committee In which Fifteenth The conservation of natural '
what you are missing. Gates are open. reports every our resources under control of the <
,"" .' \.; ,- .,, .' :r Very truly, member will 'be interested. Remember State.
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'">. e, .ti April 2d. 1910 I J. D, WOODBECK there will be a meeting-without Sixteenth-A conservative and progressive business administration. of the>'
y ; DEPOSITS, fail-Monday night May 13. State, giving complete publicity at all time. of its affairs. l

.. ' April 24. 1910, .:u. oo.oo Memorial fxtr ses. These declarations cover the issues which are of most interest; and 'Importance
': ** -: -.- Dc.3l.t.I.10.ai20.244.43Dec. - j. Truck and Citrus fruit; Land., to our people at this time. My record as a public servant should be..sufficient .-
r ) .j: .3Ut.To .......72,260.28 The Memorial day exercise, of the No. 462-Seven and onehalf'acrea of to Insure the justice and wisdom of my stand on any question .Of import,
Will Bryan Chapter, U. D. c., will\ be ance which shall arise later. I bavet/always and consistently been on the .ide '
entrust your banking business to us means that;you will receive the best truck and fruit land in Kisalmmee of the people as a whole, as my record will !show. I stand for a conservative ,
every consideration consistent with good sound conservative banking.1AVE held at the home of Mr.'and Mrs. J. Z. Park. This land is in proximity business administration of the affairs of the State of Florid' If .elected 1
I, Roberson, Friday evening, April 26, at to the lake. Call on us and we wll l shall untertake to perform my part of a great work as thoroughly and-patiently : -'

.; .' ; ,:.:- -:-;::" ; .". President k W. A. SMITH, Caabler7Directors &o'clock. The members their: families pat you in touch with. the .owner:; yon such aa an if engaged administration in the Florida management-of should move a vast rapidly enterprise forward of on my all lines own.of.'Under progres.'andthe -

: A. Donegsn; Prea., H. M. Pfann 1st V. P.. and friends are cordially invited,to can deal direct with him. This property full measure of prosperity which our diversified resources promise .,..
C. W. Dann 2nd V. P., A. W. Wlnn L. HCohooVi.\ F.. W. Hall la offered at a great reduction should b., realUed.' 'p-. ,
? 1 '. '4 1 ;' ',I" CL, D. CarroU. be present A memorial offering will l from what land in this locality .U H). i
, be tak.n. lag for. H. M. Breaker &; Co. '16tfV -
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> Jofcii C.. Jones Vindicated For, 'Membe'ofi: the, Legislature . . . .. . .. . . 1
: \ I iMWby aawoDM r7.alf.M a enudlda.torh -
: from. Ula In r
*offio of KepraamtatlT* county: .
,.,, the Florid. 1A JrtaUitnra. ubjoa to ab.will of .. ." '
the DmoormU votan* th. oomlot primaryaod ; "!
t. ask. the support. of all the white votes 0
Letter from Judge Will H., Price. the ooua'. B. CLAY. BT.NFomD. VOTE; FORDONEGAN r

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I' For Tax Assessor:;
THE 1 hay decided to place na acme bfor* tt '
SHAKER ,CASE REVIEWED Totno( Owaola County for the offlo of Sal.
AMOT. If I should b*yovr ebolo In the primary .
1 aba,11 endeavor. to 1111 thofflo faithfully):!
and lath* beat of mr a.blllty Your support

Gillette Was Held by Order"of the Judge will .ppreolated, mlK"l'B.4BBJ: ,

______ > FQr CQunty Treasurer
iBellavln. .
*. Mariana, Fla. ,, April 19th., 1912.. that I have fled of the. ,/ FOR
" ,. of Oaoeol oonoty find have atlalaotor. .
I ;; To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: fly solicit pirfortned support' the duUee'r-lctlon.' of the.offlo. 1 now .
\ your B. G. blli.LALi. 5

't. It has come to knowledge thlit'1-ion': John ,C: Jones State State

I Attorney for the'Seventh .Judicial Circuit is'being criticised'' by reason For Sheriff. Senator

: of filing a motion at the last term of the Circuit Court in and for Osce- I hereby annonno tnyialf a candidate for

1 ;: ola County'requesting that one Egbert Gillette be held for investigation 10 the the offlo action of Sheriff of the Oaoeola Democratic County prfm.aabjoct ry. If \

tt<< at the next term of the Circuit Court upon* a charge of murder said elected I pe) 1. U..1
I motion having! been filed by him after the Orand Jury of that County *of tbeolnoa ,I 'i

I had failed to find a bill in said cause.I .,,< i,

I desire to state that as to this case the evidence upon the partof For County Commissioner Sw .
At the aolloltetlon f f my friends I hereby
1( the State was before,.me, upon- a habeas corpus hearing at Titusville annouoo* that 1 am!aesndidateforCountyeom.rmlaaloncr .

't' Florida and after hearing the same I was of the opinion that under that If Irom ohoaan the to fill 4th the dletrlot oOlo uf I proonl.eo Oso.olaoouttly.

)I evidence uncontradicted and unexplained to my mind there existed to iny; duty to the beat of my ability without '.

probable cause to believe the defendant guilty of the offence 'charged either fear or ReajMotfully favor from any, source B. B. VPILLI8.

and so believing denied the defendant bail. "-

When the Grand Jury failed to find a true bill at the fAll term of For County jbommissioner. I' 'I'

the" Circuit Court of Osceola County. I did not feel that I would be discharging 1 1 hereby annonno myself a candidate for .; ,. .

my duty tq the ,tate of Florida as a sworn official to discharge County Cfommlaaloner from the Fourth dl*. .'
trio of Oeoeola County I wish to thank the ,. .
Vha defendant without having the case further investigated, and so be- le for their kindness lu the past and aollelt :

I lieving instructed the State Attorney to prepare the motion and file heir:faithful support service lu the and lutu.peraonal If .lected attention I PlwlB totb. x
same And that I would give the defendant chance to be heard and my; .dntle of tb*offloe. O. K. BAeB.! '

make'such ruling thereon after argument' as J deemed to be right and 0'f "

just in the direction: For Treasurer i ,

Under my the motion was filed and after argument I I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
made an order holding the defendant to once of County Treasurer, and will eppreclate
await the action of the next be unpport of the democratic Voters. *. the
Grand Jury.In, doing this I ds not wish to be understood as ,in any way approaching primary S. L. LUPFER. 4'

I criticising: any member of the Grand Jury th'it investigated this case 1tt '

at the. fall term of court. Tax Collector

I am sure that each member of the Grand Jury acted conscien- Daring my term of offlc a. Tax Collector', I
tiously in the'matter have given I the work my personal attention I andserved
discharged his duty as he saw it, and in holdIng the people of O-c.ola county to the beat
the defendant I acted from the same motive. of my ability. I will be a candidate for re x

I desire to state that this letter is not to be construed in any flection.wllh' your and approval If my work I will In very the once much has appreo-met ,

manner as mixing up in the fight for the office of state. attoreey for the late. your aupiwrt.. Very rpmeotfuU\C. L. BA'IDY. 8er

.: Seventh Judicial Circuit. -

Each of the gentlemen who are candidates for this office is a For Member Board of Public In-.
warm personal friend of mine.
struction.At .
? I merely'write this letter so that if- there is any criticism to be the request of my friends I take this .-,.
y .' made in holding Gillette for the Spring term of court for further investigation method announcing myself candidate for S -
I / (ho office of member of the "School Board for !
that such criticism should go where it properly belongs DlHlrlctNo 9. Oaoeola county, and reapeoifiil .
I ly ask the support of In* voters of my. district e
Respectfully ..the coming prim. elation' : ...
H. BA 8DEN. .

For Member Bpard of Public In- v

struction. I .

I hereby announce myself a candidate for .
reelection aa a member of the School Board
from this the Flrat dlmrlct. subject to the ac.
lion of .b. Democratic Pr*"" rh ..P'
WALTER C. BASS He is one of the common people and. knowtheir legislative. need:'r

He U a large tax payer and will work for tax reform. *

{ hereby For announce County myself CommissionerI a candidate for reelection Osceola County U entitled to name the senator this time and DONEGAN U O.. ., y 1

to the oOlc of County; Commissioner: ceola's candidate. f
4 ,. from District NO. A.and respectfully solicit theaupport f
of the voters in that '
f tMt9 : PEACE: ....


For County Judge.To .

the Democratic Voter of Oaoeola County
Florida: ,. -
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X I hereby annoanc that lama candidate for 17-2t fOR A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY
reelection aa County Judge of Oreeola County, .
t" aubjeet to the acl Ion of the Democratic Prim ryI h
:.a aiuorrely thank yon for your support in the Splendid ResidenceNo
pani port,again.and will very much OtO.' F..PARKER;( up- Sound Democrats With No factional
463-Fine large 'va<
lot 80x1471 feet, close to la Ax to Grind Should' be Sentto

For Senator. -13th District.To t did location good, neighbor National ,Convention.The :

the Democratic votera of Oaeeola county \ are offering. this large lot ; ',
; Democratic party has fine ?
1 hereby announce that I am a candidate for a opportunity j1iJ .r.
re-election aa Henator' from the iwth District, low price of $400 cub. Her to win a national :victory this :
subject to the action of the Democratic primary.I '
thank TOO sincerely for ;your: support lu the t .& Ca year If no mistake la made at the Bal.
'",and If yon approve m.lellll.the record timore .
r.espeolfulljr" solicit, your support. rl convention. The best way to ,10I'
I IXJIJW: O..: sEY. Notice. avoid the madng'of\ of a mistake that

t Notice la hereby given the might: cost our party the victory ia to

For State Attorney Book of Osceolatouoti'_t!-elect- as (delegates men who are sound
: To Ihe Democratic Voters of the Ttb Judicial May 1st. C. .L. BA i Democrats without any factional ax to
Circuit of FloridaI ten spot
16-3t Tax '
hereby announce thai I .m a candidate' for 1 1i grind. The Interests of the Florida
reappointment an State Attorney for tbe >
Democracy will be in
Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, subject lo I safe hands if the
the action of the Democratic prima, ..a InAttrll i Fire Signals. following well known Democrat: are
1912. You have honored me with this 1
once and I have endeavored lo deserve your Ward No. 1. Central poone ; sent to the convention. These gentle.
confidence In me by doing my duty to the beat '
ol my ability. Joogr blast of whittle. men Harmon or Underwood but
If rvappolnted I pledge you to do .11 In my Ward No. 2. North Klsi will be governed by the instructions of
power lo uphold law and order In our Circuit long blasts of whittle.
I IIII with prejudice to imne and with lalrneu to all- Ward No. 8. South Kisd I I the primary and use their best efforts ,
Thanking' you for pant klndneia. 4 reapectftllly ", of)
1 ask your supuurt.galn. JOHN, O.,Joxra.Stat lone blasts' of whistle. j i| to promote harmony I In) the party ;
Attorney :Dl: '' {
For Delegates to National Democratic .
[ New J Bungalow! Convention, State at Large. I .
. 3 '"
** a
)Member of School Board I Candidate forProsecuting :
tUafort 1'1.: 4Ljje' Vote for fix .. ,. ,
: At the aolicltalion of my irlenda and vote. ... FRANK E. CHASE!'. Attorney"tofOtceola "a Si.-
I am a candidate for' member of School Board for Sale; I 'I.
..: In tee ant dlatricl. If elected I piomla to do E. 8. CRILL :' V A S
"" ,* CARY D. LANDIS all In thla In my countyFRANK power to reinitiate ,free E.aehool COLLIER book, No. 301'-An' attractive home In Pine I. j County ,

dale. This property i* just outside of A. W. GILCHRIST
Candidate l for S . .
State Attorney city limits on high ground., House Is FRANK ,HARRIS

,,,,-,:-. ,Seventh Judicial' Circuit I Member.of .School l. Board two-story and contains eight rooms, all EDWIN D. LAMBRIGHT For County JudgeCandidate '

sif I hereby nnonno myself a candidate lot reelection plastered and hard oil finish two ; ,
to the offlo of member the School fine well and barn. This B.rS.
porches, WILLIAMSFor
I I Board for the second district, Oaceo'a .county,,
'. ANNOUNCEMENTS I pledge In th.future the earn faithful atwn house is located on a five-acre tract,
lion to the Intercut of the schools ol the oountj: with beautifnl view of the city and Delegates to, National Democratic
that I have endeavored the '
p at lake. 'Land is adapted to citrus fruits
BMpectfnlly. f.. E, BROWN, Campbell: Convention, Second Cong.. District r
For Member School. Board. and trucking. This property can be VoUt'for two. 1
1 .m"enndl 'are for i*..*.,*'ti.nI aa mmbr -, had for $3,800 on very favorable terms. -- .
of Hit rV-hnnl. H.wnl from .ra.y'e'4.v'1'< and will-It ih> .ni>TM.ri of the niter. .* in tb.lJom..t. let them deal direct. H. M. ,Breske i '
.. hereby announce eel f a 'candidate forth ROBERT' I
uilmiirT. llavlnv m>""PfI eight. my & Co.. 18 tf E. DAVIS
; .offlo of Proeecutlna Attorney of OnocoUBonnty -
year* lntble-uauiiy I f el! fhac I mm !qualified .
for lh. .....Itlt'" w. W.'nANOLBR, H.Do GEJGER.0' .' Cut this out and save for referenceon'election
I/ --:- day, 17-2t

'For Tax Assessor., ., For County'Commissioner.At tS+tte Itttt' t '

T hereto annonnc* mypeU" a r.ndld.t.orthe aollcltallon. of my friend I hereby an- for :National>> Committeeman. t
.. nounce that I am a candidate for County Com ,
hfflov of T-xAw.t'
a r at Owwoa omin'y. and RAY STONE "
mlaalonr from the First District of ncoatConnty.
reaiiMTfully aoHi tn; anpport. nf th* voter lalh If el""d.1 will endeavor to do my ; Eugen..S..Matthews, of Bradford --
*approaching 0mooratM. primary.B T. Bo,...... Icily at all times : J, K> HILLIAED.For . county.. Speaker of the House of Representative r.

la 1907. Is a candidate for
im tu-ni nu .
t : County Commissioner.At member of' the National Democratic
.v For!:.Tax_Assessor,., the solicitation of maey-frUnda and rob 2.60 to 8.60 per day I Executive Committee., One',of the-earndidates : .4 t
o'l rme-lf.. .eandtdato forth tra' I have decided to become a candidate for .
affireof jia M>r of 1b..te ro.nty..ub. Count: Commlaeloner Irani the Second Die. Special by or month. for this office has advertised
I.r) 'a to h':wIFol/ the Oemnevat'e voK-ra at the trict. If elected will dorny fall dnty.RAYEOND himself extensively as "th Woodrow
<.<...'n. primary, and If eleot ) proml. to V.LANDEItt; L rN.lteaMAL .. L.rotTa, MR. _

give .mr with rwrwiiial the. oitio ntenUo.loewry O. nUCKEUI da.ail..n.ueeled 1- . , ', II I.':".' U. . .t. not Wilson the candidate.Mr.candidate' of Matthew* Is .;
any ;but
For Supervisor of
If I will strive to serve the best Interestsof
For Superintendent of Public I hereby .nnoune. myself a candidate for the Democratic of.Florida
party if
w eluctlon to the office of Supervisor of Reglaratlon -
Instruction. t l .,.and will appreciate O.the OBIFFIN", 7rieud. W. L m DOZOB he I.I honored with election, and on this irI

hereby annimoo mviwlf.candidate. forth basis solicits the support of all Democrats
offlo.' of .
ol pnpvtlniendent Hibho InnlroctlonM
FEWEST o..Iio..ntr."IoJ.o, tbe.will of the irrespective of whether-they favor -
I IVinnrratle voter* at th ntifiltiB primary,and For County Commissioner. Wilson, Harmon. Und.rwood'or
; If Bloated I will d..O. my anilre' time to the I am' a candidate for re-eteeilon aa County w
Candidate For Attorney General itutlea of tb. otnp.. -. -.,.OUIOb.. !om laalonr Irom District W o. 1.and will ap- .. ..... . Clark.. : for.,. the presidency.. .... _17-at .. y
.. ... p.eoJ.a'-. *.* rtof th* oteraof 4MBrtle.riot. -- i.e. ---'" T; M MURPHY": .
If re+leotd I will.In the future *. In ;
HeTs"a native of .the state has For Cleric Circuit. Court.t he, past, .... my beat effort Ito. .keep Oaoeola .

c :been 'in the active practice of the At the tukent eoIlor.llou. of my 'rlpad.tlaroogbonnh. e n f r Florida.the front rank of' the., progreaalv i, L. LESLEY.counties Real Estate Honda, :Maps. for the office of

,law for :ten vears. has .served in a o.n ll la ao4.for 4>M>volB munty at &h.coming primary. For. Executive Committeeman. Gazette office a pocket map of Floridawill ,
the{ House of Representatives andState'Senate . I wlRh to thank. tk. people' for their be mailed to address' In the ., Oaceoi .
bind anpport In the i"'t and olll$their aap- I am a candidate for Democratic Executiveommltteman !: .' .. United State*. ...We any jof County_. - _':__.. ._
can i also furnish
;; and isWaccord with port In the future If tlrct,1.I mlalthfnl C! from Precinct No.l..act renectlally Subject) To'Democratic
; .. - I aervlr stud jxxaunal attenllou: M tb* aollclt the rapport of the voter.of mane of Oaceoia county aril each,-and Primaryof
'spirit : du'l.. .of tb.011I.._.. Ill precfnt ln the coming. primary will be glad to estimate
ot timesiwed KISSIMMEE ons.eilonalmap.
the ? '
; the progressive : :- ,,:I. ( 'IIi .TaElt1'! ROJil. OIlAS.J, FLORIDA of env khtd.t .;. 30th.,
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y4e April 191*
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Application for 'Final DlScba.r .. I' I' ,
_ 1. LEGAL ID Oonrt" tba County, Judge BUta' of florIda.Oscla Call for' Demecratlc Prjmiy DICKERSON: ::

'FOR County, la a. Jtta eo( L. H. Will. '
ADVERTISEMENTSNotice. I.nuu' deceased Stone Works :
tate Notice la hereby given, to all whom U aoayeonoarn. Elections. _
,Superintendent UiM on'the I6tb'd., ot AprIL A. li.till. MBTAlit '
ahall to F ,
I apply to, tbe Honorable \
of Par&ar. Judge of aaid Oourt,, a* Judge of Pro- rri M. Patent Plaster, Plaster. '

t.... for a final discharge a* administrator of The pwmoaratlo I Executive!: ; ,Committee of O . ement, Fir Clay Plaster .,., '
_: : \ ' Healed bid. will be rerelred by tho Board of he "*Mt* of U II, William.. daoeaaed j and eeola County.; la the atete of Florida hereby Building Blocks, House: ',f
\ \ Instruction ( ,, (haS at the ......time I will prevent. my nnal
; Public County CornmlMlonere of Oweol 'on ', at calls and providea lor Ibe hotline; of a Demoeratlo . Chimney Blocks. Sidewalk; :
their oesi rt.ul.r meeting. May 6ih. 11112. for cotmla ci adminlittrator of said eatatia. and -Primary Election to be held In eompllnoe {f
VOTE FORA.M.C.RUSSELL the hire nl eounlyoonTlDtK./ All bid. lo be ...k for their approvaL ? with tire law ol the stale or Florida, .al 1 .p' nailed to B. G. Jobuiu>u. Clerk Clrcnit Court Pated Oct an. A. I). It'll.' primary to be eo bald In said oouaty of Osceola 4 In. Tile,"' Drain Foclc- .
;. Kl"lminee. Florida.' A. liKOUGUT.. Administrator. la tha *tat.01 Florida lbs legal polling; plaoa Lath -'
# r' rh. commlmrtoiien. ruerra the right $to re .44-lmo-dmo* In each election district In said countyduring/ ,

_ JecIflyUd all bid Notice of Executor. the hour fixed bv law forth* bold 1_ of 'lee.lion 't1iO quick aala and email profit '
bated April lut, hilt ,' *, on Tuesday the 8Mb dev of April A. D. and rood quality. Call and get. '
I..: ,,'It-Hi It,. Q JOHNTOI. Clerk.Jo JD Court; of the County: Judge State of Florida, Wit, for the nomination of all Democratic. oaodidate Everything ruaranteed 'aattafao.
: In reEntaUiOf Temple A. Minx i pao'd. 0..,.. fur office, nalionsi. stale and 'efunded. Work*on Broad
Ihe Circuit Court of the Rttvenlb Judicial out County. be voted far by the Democratic alactora at W'-, Midland R. A. Phone UL ',,. '
Circuit ot Florida In aud for Ow-eola County ; Notice la hereby given, to all whom it may lbs general election to be held November bIb 'it
-In Cbanerrv.In oncern. that on tba lot day of March. A. 13. 1912, and to ba appointed by she Democratic olo.toroor .
812,1 I ahall apply lo the Honorable Ueo. F., Parker of the aiat for tha eu*,.lng two
In rrtltlon of M... b?. Rvg"roMry Regare),
,Judge of aald Court. .. Jndn of j'robat. ye.ra, -
a Married. Woman to take charge ,of and /
r. 'tora final dlnoharge a* Admlnlatrator of the
Manage Her )!;.t.", "' entmleol : : and 1 BBOnKD' ralnAny Orricn .
..,: Temple I A. Minx, deoeamedi that at "" /* '
f This "" ...,coml... on to be heard and Ar' ha sauna time I will |,reaent my final account Provided that a second pltmarr. when neeeasary : :
thor K. Dunegnu, Keq., Master Chancery; to .a admlLtntrator of aald ealaie. and aak for' under the provision\ of aald law. shall *:
whom sslil ca.... was referred, having made heir approval \ be held on Tu adny.., the JHih day G. TILLER
\ report to the. Court,. and It appearing to the Paled August lat. A. D mil. lo chooaa between the highest Lotalid'l: : :* "P_ ,
t aaUsfacilon of the Court that the petitioner, C. A. MINX where. nomination shall not bare been made '
Ihe said Mr. N. Kegero (Mary KvKero) I I. a Bfi-lmo e mo Admlol tr.tor. by a malorltv vote In the Aral primary election 1 estate Agency
mairled woman and the ..Ito of ?Nlchola -- -----,- and at the second primary election only anon i !

\ J Regc-ro.aml tbatxhe has proper andgusllftcatlona Notice ot Executor tor Final elector a. were qualified to vote el the flratprimary .. ,
% %
,j to lake charge ol and ....m."e election Khali ba permUted to yo... % .. ,
and properly slid to becomes Discharge. The Democratic Executive Committee callingcaid t"
tree dealer lu every respect.; therefore ordured primary: election In Office bought and sold.
i \ compliance with said "
tM 10 Court of the County Judge, State of Florida.\ k'C
that the said rciiortof be and law* hereby declare the trm and conditions '
the aama I. hcrnby approved. and confirmed. In re estate of Martha A. Turlington, decenard of such legal. electors' offering to become can C rented. ." ,

ir"r" that It IN a further;license ordered hi. and (the.,, rr.t":;: ,. and'reby decreed grant Ovreola* hereby county.Noticed given. to all whom It trial didate regarded or aDd to taken TOM .at. ,proper auch election memben are of to the be JR. : l paid and Titles ver- lit ,,;,

h- I cd to Ihe uctttlniinr. the said Mr. N. lu-g"ro oncern that on the loth dy of May A. J) Democratic party, anil therefore. entitled to non-residents. a.
> .. lilJ.. 1 Khali' apply to the" Honorable Oeo. F. t
(Mary Kegi-m) to take charge of and ruaD v I! : participate and be candidates for, and vote at
\ arki-r Life and Accident In. 1
her own entste and propt-rty. and become,. a Judguofeald Court an Judge of Pro- such elaolioua. t :
tate, for null of the << lit if
f eed.aI&r.Ione a discharge a* executor
and ordered at leLand tills 25th dy of cutateof Martha A. Turlingtcndnceaced. ; and QUALIFICATION. OF ELECTOR Jh" ..'
a MarcbA.1) JIlL!. hat at the came time will present my fliisirrnuutH nay \ Bonds. ,
: ole I w
j Jas. W. PerkinH; a* executor laid estate, and ak for I Those and only (boa... person ahall be .permitted l\iJ\ht\ '
Judge-Circuit Court i*"veuth Ju-ilclal Districtof heir approval. to vote at or participate In the management '
: -'Um xU _
: 1a -
i Florida Dated November Knh, A. D. Mil. ol nald primary election who are white
rI r itO Malta, enioortlu elector! who declare their adherence R.
rI I 4fMmoGmo Executor. hi me principles and organlaalion of the D . -- ,
-- -- --- --- -- -- Democratic party. uatlnnal, nuts and county, ;
I :
\ Notice. whoare by lha lawn of the slate lnwful elec
j Call for Democratic Congressional tor I In the district In which they offer to .
_ _ IH years county superintendent. Notice I" )horxliy given diet the (01111,11 will Primary. who have paid:: their I poll taxes legally due 4
,to 11 years hs.d of emintr tearhera' Inatllule.! n..I.ot i 7 :mt II". m. on thn) 7th lny of May. A. i.uhf. >. within the time required by the law of the Home
_ _ ',' 1*years manairer ire Ixxik system. to receive ,* of' the Boron Con. late regulating primary. .election and who
i' I year Prmldnnt tale Tearhvra' Aasociation.Awanlod I 1 lie uwith hlilcof Veroun Hlrci-t. Iruin :M, wsrtHvcniic urremttonal: I>iHtrictof Florida1 hlmll, when rhslleiiK by any elector male ST.
State pee hy flat. ..Ir Asauclation. t,, niiiluuhaiu 1 urcntie. Hci'orfliuir: 10 ho C'ampaiKn C'nmmfttiMt. ol the. Democratic In wrlllng hi I:oath hxfnre Sn Inspector: : that he r- "
two year in succesmon. for beat system 1'1..... and sM mintt|* ..f of the ",,,,nod Congi-t....iona. ) I>tn. did nut vote agHlnxt the nominees of ihu last
a., I of rural schools.HB C"'r', office *itl i,f the State (If Florida hereby gives no iHMiiocrstlc' primaries for the national atate ; Man
1 ho Coiintll: reserves the rivht.o( Itjt..t any tico a' follow,,: and: County oflicer QK.
nnd sll Firm. A primary election for the nomination
1. STANDS FOR: Tin' IMh d"y of April. A. D. lnlJ.\ uf a I>mitotr tto candidate lotCoiutTCkft from LIST OP OPFICK8 TO a.. ril.l.KD. BY DEMOCRATICPKIHARY :
I. Free text books county system local J. h UILUKRT.: aid, ditict| thu. Hixij-third ComcreM of the ELECTION. ire. to thank the citi '
I 17--'t ( fly t 1 h rk I nitod SluIce .. .11tM.\ held on thu :0ih* day of' and visitors for their
Each elector In said
AClO lion.I county qualified lo Tola
I> !'
April A 1'-12 '
of rural schools ..... I In Mid. primary election ihajl hare tha right during the rush for
I I. Improvement county $ .11,1. Should\ thor bn a failure In Ihelection '
Order of Publication.In ,. .... to v-t In Hsln. I'rlmarlt."r" : : In future '
standard for "tate "schools. for tho nomination' of A I moomtlcHtxilfiutu : : we will "
S. Hliih otto candidate
'lor 1'resldcnt of tim United :
(' for from the Mild district
;: 4. Economical\ expenditure of Public School Circuit! Court. Heventli Judicial 4 rlrcml.ceola <>.' 10 the "Hixty-thlrd ConKWMR C of the United Hlalo a larger variety of goods ,
% Slate ol FI..rl"-1o ngrcM One ...did.1e fur hand. "
Funds. County huiu.eoryJitnuec representative lo congrcs
f. Miatce, n Mecmid primarr will IM held on tbe
1 &. Improvement of every department of K.I lc'l.. ('omplainant. v' thailca Joy 2 M, h lay of May. A. D. llils.Third. from the atari at largo. .
t Public School. J. charlen UallHgh au.l All P.OI' flalm- An election of a new Democratic Joe candidate for cougreKii from the &..oondcongressional ID R. ., Cream Biscuits

log an lulervnt In th..'Pri> ..rty In 'I hi. 11IIJ ( ..JnKWHRloual (ormnltte' f..r Mid dtmr.rl will district ( white and brown)
i : t HE IS RUNNING ON HIS OWN Dexcrlbcd. .f..nol.ut.-1I111 to< Remove Cloud: .Ito held. on the :*Hh day of AI> line candidate .. '
of the of
veruor slate
from Title. g .
compofUMl of one member from arb county I
PLATFORM NOT ON THE DE It 10 aid di"t.h.te. chn",rn by the emocratlo Florida.
; To All Whom May Concern Puffs
one candidate for of Monday and
) justice the
It ci.pcarluig' from the fluorn bill ol complaint idem. of"each county respectively. \ .up..meCOlin. ,
-'Il'' MERITS HIS OPPONENTS. L (fllad lu lhl '.II.1I there are IKT- Fourth. The cities governing' the tttate prl One candidate. for secretary. of state. : and oftener '
the ...' fiery election I aa promuliratxl by the Demorntio -
dolls l IntereHted lu p".ertIn.. ''''' in thin One candliuile for ' j
I suit u th"r than the known ctvfvn'lanU\ ; and I btate, Commit, Miall control in the attorney generalOnecnndldate for. i'
that the namo.of aueh peraoua, .o mt rrat candidate .
One (hit mate' tressnrer.One
applicable ....1 not inoonnlsteui with a variety of Cakes
are unknown lo the : that clief -
,j'Y.wrr'Iru: : jK-oiflc. requirement. of f thin Committee candidate for Male superintendent of "I.
I* praywl In *ni agalmtuch public In !ruction. at all ,
: I uuknowu defendant: *Fifth< Any leKal' white qunliflr-Htlo Democrat; : > for iKj-an-nwiiiK: then One candidate* for commissioner agrlm-! E.
S. U. BULLOCK ll U Therefore Ordered. Ttint all partlva M-kwary rfprt'seniaITO lure. .
in the ConKrfHft of the United **l.itc. from
Mlmlng' an Interest l In and to the followingoVncrlnnd
One candidate for
, property.itUHt: *. in, the County:: of ...Id dtntrlct. may h.'i'in. a candidate for the One candidate for nullroadcornmieioner. ALFRED SMITH
OHC.H>|* aud. Hint'** of Florida t<.-ult mnliialiun in Kaid .primary election: l ly filing: .al.I.t.. \ \ for adjutant rh, .:
male ml-t.
..., The north half of ihe noriheam, quarter of ith the chalrn.a.n, of title. committee.; viz.: One) candidate .
for aaftisUnt
male auditor.
Ion. U. L. HaltiM I I. At Kuruandina Florida
this iiniheunt Io. of Section lxtcn In
.r"vr; REAL ESTATEINSURANCE 10" iiKblp Twenty q live couth tif f Ilnnge TuuuTuine "ti<>for. .. the let <)I.p of March. A I>. III''). a Nineteenth One candidate senatorial for Mtate, senator. from the
iritu-u (*tnt. ah rvqntred .by law. of hUuiK
I 'niontt
( e al. do appeMr 'In Ihe .c.nuplciicct.bbl I csndldste -
for member of the house of
of complaint I I herein nle. <1.: on <:r before the | >fte to bft curb candidate which ntavteneiit Office
imdav of July A. U. IBU!, ulna ihe mid. bill will cud) beaixntxl by him and shall be ..,. representatives.One candidate. for
(timpani] with Three Hundred and county J Jme judge
be takvu oinfeHed. Heventy
\ (' candidate for sheriff..
And It I* Further Ordered That thla order live Dollara a. an aptiwi..sinfnt to aid In defray
1- be publlnbed. oflce a week for twelve, consecutive I"t'lrexpenHeHof 'boldloK acid primary election. One. candidate for clerk of the cl"<'I.Il..ourt. P. A. .'
; : candidate for
i ........k. In the Valluy Ii..lte. u new Himperyubllahed bixtb.j Candidate** for niembcrahlp t I on theonfireMleual One one' C'audtdale for county tax assessor of taxes I h Botle '

j : Examination. Titles a : : and In aald of general County circulation of (Owt-ola I In Side aald of .( pay any .flue ConamlttceBball*N me lit. and hall not make be requiredto their public One, candidate iuHtmctif/u.' for couuty aAH M or.Huperlnlendont. of ,, ,T p.

lIU.rHtion l I for on the ballot to the re-
county. : ( .r.'I;:: One. candidate for county surveyor.
Wltne the Honorable J.mcv perk I". l>tfttW county' ea.eleventh. :
One ,
candidate for .ur"r'
Specialty. county ""
; Judge of ald court, and a. I lerk Thin committee will canvas (tiereturn. .
one for
candidate ol
luportlior rvRlMratlon.hlx
thereof and Ihe official I I'.l": of 1414'l Circuit ch otlon' and declare the recoil : om.
il'e: ::;: .ini onudldate for delegates from the mate :
t.d seacou' laaue instruction SHOP
Court Ihl. the 1Kb day of Aptll. A. I>. II/I 1-
; ol Florida at large to the National DemocratlucoiiTentlon.
\ Correspondence: Solicited.flORIST R. O. JOIIKftTO, '>r'>mulK.le coitus thereto. I .
clean! l Clerk (;/"' ''Court.. Ordered and done under and by virtue of '] candidates for
wo dnleaates from the Bee
( Solicitor for Complainant.; KM.t< : the power given.* under tb..l..w and rules of
J. scare.
l H W. onrl coitgr" aHioual dlHlriet Ibe National>>emocratlc I. L. .
be committee thin 2.Uh day of January 191J.U. :
Notice.To Chairman Campaign' Commute. L. BALTEI.U of DemocraticCUIIK : cjindldatoa convehtionHlx for presidential' olectom.One & Cigars \r.

Com 2nd OUR. Dint of Florida.tleti I i andldaw for state attorney for the !8ereuib M ;
: :t I All Whom It May Concern: J. : Jimi- UUST" oocret.ry.Iii' 6.131. judicial circuit DepC67'B. Kissimmee Flu. .

apply 1 hat on to the the 8rd Honorable day of June Jatuea, A. D.W 11'.I Perklnr, I will, ....._.:.._..,. _________-_- Singl It<<.. the One county candidate c
judge the erentb. Judicial Clrcnit at De- trip by boat wonderfully' beau- Each eiixiteMn. etch iuHloe dlntrlct to-wlt: '
Land or wherever the court may be for authority j'ranc: Nea. it 9, t and 5, Khali have the rlRln to Tote Office ( '
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs to adopt Marv BUI*, about three yean //t.he boats being equipped to berth SIX', for one candidate for conMtable and one candidate ;
pt uukuown. for iiixtlce of the peace in their respective
age. parent
occasions. ard
. I for all 1 CHA8. THOMPSON.II. passengers. The shores along jsa 1':1:I I Justice I of the iwaoe :dUtrinla,

i Potted Plants and Roses a D. Gelger Solicitor. 17-lt ute. with the tall cypress and ': One candidate for member of the State Democratbo /I F. :::
garet committee

: ... ' specialty. Notice. and hanging moss, the beautiful \Voot One candidate for; member OB the Congrea. FlemingCLEANING
atonal Lxecutire oommlttve of the ttecond cougrexional -
;$:: .: . ,; Pb ne 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL: ToT All Whom It Mat (Concern:' :scented air and ,the ever even Kath district. .
:: : ".. .. That on the Xrd day ot June, A. p. 1912\ I will ep makes one think hard before Kseh eYVctor! In each voting" dlatnct within '
. the eounly ahall bare the rinht to Tote for one of. ...
: Jaiuea W.
, apple to the Honorable I'.rkln ould back to the land of ; member ot the. KxecntlTe
1:<'8."G,.",, c f ludptsof Abe HevenUi. Jutllplal! Circuit: at De. go snow SbE oounly Democratic PRESSING '

" ,;;. j . Land, or wherever tba oourt may be. for an.thorlty and cold feet to live. j such commute elector from reaidei the, TuUUa'dltrlet In which. ,I w ,
Lottie .
to adout hi ftcbel&,about all year DYEING ,
EI <'
: \ :J.r W. THOMPSON\ of age. pareD" unknown. GEO. E FISHER. immee, aside from its water fa- ( TINS FOB QUAUrYINO.Kacb . REPAIRING '

II. D. Gelger. Solicitor. 17-i. and attractions I. surrounded IJJ: person dealrtng to hat hu name printed != <<
tbo ballot candi :BOBI '
ra T on primary election aa a
best citrus and truck lands to ben dateforanoouutyoffic' audi 1 die with the

the state, having large Marie I I eecretarr, of thIs oommittea. on or before the at ray house aDd clothes
Fruit and Truck Land. orange Whet 2eth day of March A. 1912, his notice of
:: called tor and
<& :; application returDftd..
apefruit groves and extensive candidacy and to bar hi. name so

.. : FUNERALDIREt.'TOR We have five and ten acre tracts in ardens, fruit and vegetables be- nald printed aecretary upon a blank and to accompanied be furnished by by the the

r "'''. and Liberty Park, the most desirable suburban 'pped to the eastern markets in NINElliott I amount of hi* aaaaaament, .. apeolfled below ctfou Guaranteed :
'I and no name 01 any such candidate* ahall be
,. L'I"" ;': property on the market, whichwe jan titles I printed upon or counted or returned. If printed I .
- ;,". ,;" : : 1.1 '. ; '\ f: it"!" ,,LICENSED, EMBALMER. are offering for your consideration > are many Michigan people lo- TEN 1 ahali upon hare any been aucb oompu ballot.,d mImes with thi provision Florida Lata .I

'., .. ," at price. that are attractive. We will ward T
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.' \I ere, Benton Harbor being espv- maw or BALLOT OC. .:: :: ,XSrrEB ;
'J' .II 'p be pleased to show these tract to :
'l.: .: ', \ j prospective ell represented. 1 make some ins. Th Toting In said primary ..1"100'.ball be M : '"'" '"'" ee-s
//.f purchaser at any time. Do not by ballot, In accordance with the provisions of 1
i ; : 44' :JOppotlt. Coorthooa* luaintance from Michigan nearly ELK I the atat. primary law a* enacted In IIWD. bald A :Cr1lle '
l. fall to see this property before purchasinjr. .1 ballot ahall' be printed and distributed underI
.. ," : .. .I ay, and not one but what is enstreet.]; i'
: I the directions of this committee, and on cud
'. f: aa it ha the advantage off being
h"" I' : .
, : elighted with the town and cli- ballot ahall be printed only I she name of such to drill
17 Xwi
close In and the best
,,. . on very paved candidate for stat and national office aa nay the .
.r. 'ir;. L. KusDlIIU. road In the county, convenient to the The paper will convince you Qf !h..i ba certified by the chairman of the Buue KxeontlT road' '

, __ ; city school and churches. Five acre oommlttee, and lbs chairman of the dmi m laa WELLS
: .... ,
i \
: : _ _: Notice to NonrResidents.u Htata Congressional oommittea arranged ta.lthabtlcal 11.14 C.
tract $250. and $300. H. M. Breaker .' order and next lo order ball b* \

.' ifti ';r;.. \. clCG; ; Clronlt. Court ....tb Judicial Circuit., OJoeola pnutaxl the name. ot th. county candida.tea In any section of r orida.t1 .,
; ) for Sal Conn'y, State ef Florida. Chancery.Imei aDd In auoh order* may be preaorlbed by the /'

't. ) :r' : I E. Oavla, Complainant. V* Charlea Joy mpectlT county oommltteea.Thieomn .A. ;,
;. : ; No.429-l.arKe a lot on Which' I* located .J. Charle Gallagher, and All Other Persona :"' .
< Very Desirable lOAcre Farmat Claiming an Internet In the ITopertr la Tills oaJvAas or JUn11aX" yean ot successful Well :

;../. .:.. '". 'n..uiyen-rmjnd' one. three-room Bill Doalttee chad mart at noon oa lbs lib ji a Guarantee of my.I }-' '
_ ,' a Great Bargain It appearing' by affidavit appended to the bill day of May, or sooner If all the return are la to produce the beat' 'L"
:' ,'x". house.. Large house ,,1'J1"hted with. lied in tb* above stated cause that Charles BI the county court home, and publicly eaoTaaa .... i -Jfr-- '"
Improved Farm. Located on best J.oyandj charles Gallagher lha defendant th* returna and declare what osneludateahave Office ; ,
haa kitchen .
: electricity J toilet and sink therein named are turn resident ol the Mat been nominated .by a majority vote for -
', road in Osceola County, .li mile from of whose residence la unknown each county o-<.... and In what ease the. aeo- Clbze : '
amall house alao ba slnic and tonet. Flo.ldal.aOd
and the of U ODd election will hare to AND FOUR
over age years; iii.therefore primer INCH
10 ,
that 1 I. fenced and
r will sell this a* a whole'or.separately, depot. acre high ordered that said non-resident de- the chairman and aeeretary. of F. a.
endanta be and they within two day thereafter shall certify to the A SPECIALTY'. ; '
state of cultivation, and I I. the best are hereby required to
: -" "s.?>''This. property f J. well located.will' pay ppear to lb.bill ol complaint. 'Sled In aald chairman of the State Bxeoutlve committee -
10 Investment ''if : trucking land in this section. Ha cauve oa or before Monday, the 3d daof June the raault of said primary election In said ; j:
per-cent on rented. A. D. 1912. otherwise the. allrgsttons of said county showing toe. reanlt of each precinct, IT P. O. Box 844 j
t' ., Price 'of both .house 2000. H. .M. J Rood well; 8-room cottage. stable wa bill will be taken as oonfeee *U>y aald defend and ahall also certify to the chairman of theOongreaaional J

A CO -.hed and poultry house; all, readyfor ante : committee) such result aa to the : % % :Plortda, ,
1'. Breaker. : &;Co.. It la further ordered that this order be punished candidates lor membara of congress' from the
c purchaser to begin'work withoutany cues a. week for eight consecutive. weeks aaid congressional district.AaKBMBU.
:C ,1: la (be V.I., Qaaette a newspaper published .,. .- ..
delay of land
or expense clearing .n said County arid state. T.t

!i i" : \ forSai; and waiting to improve before being This April IHb, 1D13.Sual R. (''ovthe purpose of defraying the expense. ofth. n

. : ; g29'A desirable 4-room able to produce crops. This land i* ( ) Clerk(1. O l'rboun.: \ two primary elecUouavln. : Te'ry .
No. ,, All t>
,? W. J. Beam Solicitor of Inspector and elerk, printing, etc..
2' ". ,' ' : cottage, (Ocatwlthln' ,\ ',one block"ofOaceola adapted to growing all kind .of citrus forCompletnant. l8t the proapeoUr. lollowluW candidateor eus.eamenta the eca Tarlou eYled* .county.alo.t 11.are and paid : I : : : :: 't ;: : ros

; (i county court housed in best reidence *- fruit; grove can be started to good Homestead Notice. ofttoeeiBtate will Hie :

advantage while land .is being farmed. Department of the Interior > curator ... ..... .... ........... . . ..115 00 ". \ EGGS ,
section; of..c1ty.IHou.' i is ,n.w, U. 8. Land Ofnoeal Gainesville\ horid} Representative la the legislators. .. . .. . It (00 ,
', tolled throughout city water; lot 73* pome quick if you'want beat bargainin C April *. WML ) Clark clrcaitoonrt. . . .. . .. .. . . M OO JWt J at$5.OOperiOO .
; ; Notice 1 Treasurer h........ ... ..... .. ....... .. . M 00 ':
4e 147t hat .Price $1.250. Let o* show this County. hereby given .hat.JOII.pb. H.Grain.tar Superintendent' public Inalraotlen .... 4000 out 200 choice l BreedingHen -

g $ IStf H.-M.BREAKER & CO. nade, of Wlllt".r.1"Jo,1da, who on July 16. IVI o. County )udg* . . .... ... .. .... . . .... 6000 at once.. '.' : :
_, thi. cottage. : :JT-Mr, ...Breaker, & Co.- ; or ':rl'utl., Serial No.-C716U. for Tax ajuwssor. AD OOTsxcollector

_ : ,18-tf 1.4.1 2 of M ." Tallabsaaa Townahip martdiaa SIBooth.lance lute. filednotice Sheriff. .. .. ::::::: ,!...:::::..:::::::: ::: : : : eo 60115 oo writ us for a bargain.,' ,";I':, : or- ''I. .

intention to make Final Commutaloa .. .. . . . j
lIupem-of registration .. . .. 6 OoProsecuting Bros. \ :
Proof to eetabll.b claim 10 the land above llSOfl
: For Sale BUornay.DOBnty court.. ... JS 00 .
i. Good Newsx described. !before th.Conuuly Judge. at Klaaimm Member "school board..... .... . .. .. ... . 800 ', .
Vlorlda. am the 15th day of May. 1I1a.. .. .. :*:' I .
No. 809 Fine and poultry .. County cotnmtaaioner... ;. ... .. I 00 Egg Farm
.' We have secured .few S and 10 garden Claimant William name. witnesses: Justice ol& the ...... ..' . .. . .. . .. ...... ;KMConatabl .
4kE4t ,4 ...; t tract of the finest fruit and truck acre proposition. This place contain two Banner U.Moore Guy, of f Whittier WhIttier Florida.Florida *........>'.......... ...... ... ..... 1 00 447 TAMPA,

,. +"i i lands, within half a mile of the city acre, new 6-room house with porchesIn Jo'bn W. O.H.MoLelland Baldenof.of Whittier Whittle Florida, 4' I. { '

, limit, which we can offer, at the very front and one aide; fine artesian well I lanai. b. 8. =.. The following Inapaotor the and clerk arehereby .1 A t-i '" I
designated to eoaduot said
primary ... k
.c low. price of. $50.00 per, acre, Kis- with pump on porch. Choice locationfor 16-6t kegiater.A election In the district named" : ] .C \ I II
> aimmee i* expanding ao rapidy these Praeioet No.: 1-O W Aahum.: O Towell F ( A

? ..lands will aoon be almost In town and small truck or poultry farm. The BigBargainlaallome.Splendid W Stalker, Inspector; W A * .oterk. "

i I will be worth time the land if subdivided lot I Is worth the Precinct No. _W L, Hoaeley.B L Orarttreat, Xu:..
many price new six room boose, just Inside W W iTcy, Inapaoton! ; F H
')' .4__ : asked today. Do not (to mile1 into the price asked without any improvement city limit*. fine deep well lOt' contaInatwo..screi Precinct No. t-Z T Kllaa. itiiirmood"tsnisr. ... I ::1 J 1
b Y Jobnion 'I'M
S.eavse. inspectors clerk '
--country.for! small tracts etenyprice Aaron ; .
I ,, We- mrs' -offering' tIll. 'property' -tor of_ ground, good new rveclnst I No.4-AKUiMHight. W H Mann. B ''florlda:
', while you can get such a* the. at this bam and and .. --- . .
/, "4 $1,650 term on If desired. The wagon buggy sheds; all I.)I.. .. Inspector) T N Farr dark. 1
a,:' 'Q : i ; price.: Soon, there ill be no such ; part under good: neW' fence. Fine location JtMo. -J E Do_.... W -11 Nettlea. 1 "
: : opportunities a* thi. a* all near-by town I* growing; In this direction and for' small truck garden aanch. V .a 3want. inBMCtont 0 Davis clerk.. ; ., and fruit grower..'
or poultry k abool
Precinct ho. -W B Godwin 0 Ba-a,.John I want to know ,
,c r land will be gathered up. The quantity property ,will enhance in.value very This' i Ia a fin. proposition .where \ you BaladeaTlnspeetoro.; W O kloOlaTUnd, clerk.. =i J I ... 11.00 per T.arj -1 '

..,. im limited .and will ,soon be taken. rapidly.. H. M. Breaker A Co. 18-tf will have the freedom of the country, Precinct. No 7-..-" ._ Dnrranoa, W P Underhill / : HeudlOoorateala.oam| ,

: z .q Other laodtv a little nearer aold in. but no yet close enough to enjoy all the ad.van. . DeWUton. Jr .....'... ....;Inapacbm 1 A OWf i *"?iy l / I I4r | gatptry.<: '

,e. .better have recently at one ... age* of the city such a* splendid high $ :"'N< .'_&?.M L."D",|erT.Hm' w FtORIDX GROWER ", ..,
1 hundred dollar acre and some have Don't that the U D4indafl : .
( per toritet of want
?' price a school best-market/cburches, e&co .atPeotom; ; \
.,. + 'WL.CAMl1BM1.t AT*>.*, :
.. p' .4 'a prohibitive price. ad in the Valley Gazette the cheap. IFIc.J15OO. U. M.. ., "" : Actiag OIt Irm... .1 ,t ,

rt* ,', ,, fi-tf', H-M.. REAKJEK-A CO.rv t eat Inreetment you ever,.made., 'f,j 1( : Atei' .....W.I1LIa haNt.ar7.. .. 12.7$ '. . ;' Ta.1
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74j\ United States Officials find Man

'.1 \ Under; Indictment for trawl. ,

H. M. ,BREAKER United States Marshal Hoer wilt leave' Pardon
% ) f*.
.. for Wyoming tonight with, George 3. :

,, ., . Lewis, who U under Indictment ID that [ml
; state on' the chance of conspiring with
Shoe Man
e 'z : others to fraudulently secure. a large ,
acreage of Government .land In Crook

county, Wyo. .

In the indictment., a copy of which ,. L1UJj r
has been sent to,the Federal court officials : .

here, Lewis It accused"of having; f .
entered Into'a scheme to defraud with I \

Chas. W. Barney and James B.' Stroud '

..y with whom he is Jointly Indicted. You should pardon the.shoe. 4i :

early Lewis last was week arrested, upon near Information Kissimmee, received man if he steals a. sly'.glance :at.

i from the Federal. authorities in
your footwear and ,smiles'
I Wyoming that he was supposed to be a

/, Say., pal*' In Orange county.Bundrix United brought States him Deputy"Marshal to smile of recognition as .he',spies', -. 4'

''MSeN JY I -When"Well, what mlniatera"- exchange pulpits. thin The city.prisoner was taken before Judge well fitting shoes, 'sold over his,

freight or expreasr' : : '
do they send by
Locke and
readily admitted his identity. .
As he was unable to &'Ive.. bond for own counter. ; 1
I r $2.000 to insure his appearance in Wy-
I MORE UP-TO-DATE oming when wanted, he was deliveredInto It's. only a smile of pleasure, .

: I P r When the custody arrested of, Lewis Marshal was llorr.working due to the Knowledge'' ,that the ,, -

.1 on" a little farm near Kiasimmee, where 1,1

lie had been living 'for the past six: : wearer is deriving satisfaction "

months with members of his family. '
He seemed surprised that his whereabouts in wearing His good shoes:, :. ,1 '

had been discovered: as he had , ,.'" \
F. "
hoped to live on his little farm unmo- "} y

lested.Jacksonville Metropolis. L. M. WHIDDEN & ,Col';,/1/.:

A Good Habit to Have.At f ..'..: ;; \ '
the close of the service of the I.

I board of trustees of the County Bond ,

Fund, which board was composed of 1 .. -
the late Gen. Iverson, M. Katz and ak
This Sign stands for
Maj. T. M. Murphy, they not only .
Having implicit faith in the future of Kissimmee. we have
showed the entirely free from
made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel county
bonded indebtedness, but turned in to
. proud, and trust by honest fair dealings to merit a continuance of LENA LORE
the surplus over
county treasury
: of a large portion of the real estate business in this section. If (la
eleven hundred dollars in cash. .
you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the -.r s ,
This satisfactory showing was possible I
smallest price that property can be secured for, we invite you to
. only by the happy faculty of these "
did bring me
call Tommie-Father, you
on us. who invites to and the
you come see
of the most rigid
home airy stories T gentlemen applying
We offer Vacant Resident Property Improved City Prop-
, Father-Did IT Here's a lot of economy to the management of the
arty, Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at .
books issued' by makers of automo- fund. New Bandeaux Neck-Bandsanci all I
lowest prices to be obtained.No. ;
This faculty makes Maj. Murphy who

415-Very desirable vacant l lilt this place. If you desire a home in was treasurer. of the fund, peculiarlywell the little Fashion Fads as they appear ': '
containing three acres, just outside Florida write or call on us quick as this HADN'T BRAIN. suited to the office of County Judge, .
city limits In West Klssfrouien', !rood property will not be on the market long MUCH for which he is now a candidate, as the Have seen the Net Caps? 'Wear them ' (i. '
you .
I place to start poultry farm or truck at the price named. This property we is the office of
office of County Judge .
garden. Close to churches and school.) are offering for short time for $12,600. walking: driving. .motoring, dancing the
A bargain at $175. Let ns show you Will sell as a whole or divided into two Probate, which has charge of the property theater-everywhere.' You'll surely' want'
' this lot. parts if desired. of widows and orphans'whlch; of

all others should have the most accu- one ..*.. .*- -*. ''<.' --s... '
I 601 An attractive borne to Pine-
dale. This property is just outside of No.402-Fine rate and economical handling.If NEW THINGS COMING ALL THE TIME, j
limits high House 20-acre orange grove located elected, Maj. Murphy be relied '
city on ground. may '
inside limits, close to school '
,. Is two-story and contains eight rooms, and churches This property consistsof on to conduct the affairs of the office CASH. STORE -Next Door ;toO, .
all plastered and bard oil finish, two of land of r to the of, _' ,. ,'' . .
porches, floe well and large barn. forty acres twenty acres ./ with an eye single good '* ''' .t '- : li J eir ? :
which is in bearing orange and the It is his habit. I
This house Is located os a Ilve-sore cared county.
fruit - -
tract, with beautiful view of the city trees cultivation; ten acres additional 17-2t C. E. H.
and in good five-room cot- _
lake. Land Is citrus ; .
and adapted to '
tage; two deep wells. This la an excellent '
fruits and trucking. This can Residence Lot. ,
property '
location, wbere will have
be had for S3300 favorable you! : i
on very the freedom of country life with city .4 :
terms Will introduce customer to advantages. Possession can be secured No 463-Fine, large, vacant corner :
'Owner and let them deal direct. on short notice. See this proposition I IA lot 80x1471 feet, close to lake. Splen- MI CHELINRed ; :

No. 304-Improved farm, located on before purc ulni'. Price, $9,600; terms did location, good neighborhood. We
best road In Osoeola county, It miles on part. are offering this large lot at the very : ..

from,depot., ,10 acres ,fenced and in low price of $400 cash. H. M. Breaker ., ..;: j
high state of cultivation; best trucking No. 437-We are'offering some very & Co. 16-tf :,
land In this section. Has good, desirable resident lots located three .
*- eittage, stable, wagon shed-andpoultry blocks from Court House, on nice high Inner Tubes
house All ready for purchaser ., elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of all Notice. .. : i'n
I to begin work withoutanr delay or these lots.. Cash, or short time. Let He-That' fellow has got more \ u {r
. 'expense of cle.rlnjt.laDd. and waiting us show you these lot..&. more,. than brains. Notice is hereby'given that the Tax .
i to Improve before being able to pro- Books of Osceola county will close on '" ,
She-That sot
May 1st. C. L. ANDY, :. ,
duce This land is .
growing any crops.all kinds of citrus fruits; No. 803-Small farm inside of city He-Yes; I lent him a ten spot 16-3t Tax Collector. .., / ..
limits. Tnis 'consists of five- this morning. ... .
, grove can be started to good advantage property a 7
. while land Is being farmed. Price acre tract within a quarter. of a mile of fire Signals. st- ;' .io. "
.. .
Osceola High School 'Small house fine : ,1/ \
: ,
$1460. Terms on If desired. .
part ..
i i four-inch flowing' well, land all in culti- CREATING ENVY Ward No. 1. Central portion of city, '' ,110
No. 809. Splendid new 6-room house, vation. City is building very fast in one long' blast of whistle. : It r rI
'just inside city limits fine deep well this direction; lots will soon command a Ward No. 2. North Kissinomee, two : -
lot contains two acres of ground, good time price if rand desire tree' long blasts of whistle. t! :
I new-bamv wagon and buggy shed, all, to sub-divide sell U for" i w Ward No. 8. South Kissimmee, three ..'.' :
j under good new fence. Fine location dence purposes. Price 1600. ; long blasts of whistle. 8-tf
i for small truck garden poultry' ranch L

1 this is a fine proposition where you will FIVE! city Iota on,which .. located a New,Bungalow. r _
I will have the freedom of the, country, nice'newfive-room cottage, fine view .
yet close qnough to enjoy all the advantages of the lake cool broom .
,, breezes. This prop- I. No. 461-New bungalow on

j'' high school of,*the best city'markets, such, As, churches, splendid, erty electric is' located line, on close high to level the proposed lota. A lot 60x142 feet. located\within three i 4 IN;

I eta Price $1600. blocks of Broadway, the main business
,bargain at 1600. lt us show you' this /
\ property. street, and In one block of Osceola .
I No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, j just a high school. Price 11400. H. M. Their
short 'distance beyond city limits on .a superiorityis
Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid No. Ureoker It,Gv 16-tf
1 443-Ten acres located in Park
i I high school churches and market Price Garden, all under good new fence, land 'e" recognized allover
I $30.00 per acre.. Terms on part If de- plowed, fine flowing well. All ready' toget Fine Home on,Verona Street ; .
l''''' sired.) on and start a crop without any de- No. : beautiful '
: the
t, f lay. We can offer this ten acres with '.', (63 -$4ooo.A : six-. 'World
No"381-A 20r! sore tract busted pn the above improvements for the same' room cottage, new and Nip to date, asbestos '

marl road two miles from depot on price that unimproved, land is being sold roof, all.modern ,conveniences,
St. Cloud road Property has good for In this tract. Our price $1000.XX bathrOom, toilet, two! lavatories, hot
j and three-acre in Terms on part if deal red. a-. INSTOCK BY
house orange grove and cold water, cabinet'electrlc ,
1 i' .. bearing. This grove will yield from Branson-What do you find Is the \lights. House furnished complete In.

I I "1000 1200 Sufficient boxes: : land of cleared oranges and each In No. 45 Twenty acres located In Park I greatest pleasure' in' living In, thecountr.f eluding piano. Nice flowers and shrubbery W. ,B. 'MAKINSON CO.:,
I Gardens five acres in cultivation, ten I ,
cultivation to I Increase 8'royetO twelve ; In :yard. Large lot, fronting 147|
, acres fenced fine '2-Inch flowing,well. : W6odson-Getting in town and tell- ,
or1,fifteen acres, and ..t same time can feet on Verona street, extending back
! be yielding any garden truck: desired This is conceded to be the best teat lit 'ing people about the cool breezes,
Park 117 feet deep. A splendid home, delightful
Gardens, owned by a non-resident
r i If In search of property that will bring whether there are any or not
: results this fall, and at all tiraeswhllAendtagnew weo desires to sell. We 'will furnish I location. Terms can be arranged : '
trove. investigate. this. you with owner's address and you cande.,1 I on half of purchase price. r., .,

f This property Is convenient, to town,,"tractive directly with him. Theprice is at- NEVER CONCEALED. Property, must be Been to be appreciated. .
and terms can be secured on '
has marled road side end.
on one one '
I I'rIcel4,200.. part of purchase price if desired. : Let us show it to you. Is Sent :Complimentary'

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>No. 468-Ten acres, adjoining city No. 457-Here is one of the most desirable ,* ; '. "* , '
limits on the Orlando bard road. Land homes to be found in our city. Parties receivinglhis' paPer owho' not" ;
? is cleared fenced and ready'i i for the House-contains five i For Congress,
plow. The elevation is high suitable two wells, city water and electrillghrs. I regular subscribers..must, sot think that'il\;Is ': '
citrus fruits and trucking This New State of Florida
for : Barn and feed roqm. Lot 1471:x: at Large 4
" property' will soon be available for resident 1471 feet, covered with bearjng grape- the 'Int t1oD''Of'the publishers:to later, demand y

purposes, as the city is expanding fruit, orange tangerine, guava and (Vote for One) of,themth.!subscription '' 4
rapidly. A bargain at $1200.00. peach trees, fine shrubbery and flowers. VlMA price!> ,,I".I it"is: : "
Located in one block of court house In i mailed to them cur'Boarrl .'
ORANGE GROVE the very best residence section This BRAXTON BEACHAM : 2('.
property is offered for the very low of County Commissioners'for the'purpose of. : ,
No. 883-TwentJ'.f\v..cre' \ orange price of.$2750. Id .
groVe, all under good' fence. Railroadruns r CLAUDE L'ENGLE aWuaintingtheastMwiththe.!; many advantages 1\ 4t
through grove; station adjoining No. 459-Five acres inside city cleared and opportunities'this town and offer
property'; good school and church within ; fenced and plowed ready for cultivation. county:
quarter mile of pro Florida All crops! This tract is near the Anltraan GEORGE C. MARTIN the hoe ..",_., The paper will be mailed sv; .:

I. -that-+-.-can- be=i'fOWIIln- do well on, farm, on high- ground- $1000.00- ,. "7"takes it.' .... .... -1t- / few weeks to any; person'whose'name is gwet$. '

: REAKER ,-, ,J. ED. OBRIEN I ,'and if'they,should desire to' 'receive it regLularly ; tus a 1 p
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jssimmee Valley 'Gazette '1IN-: "'h'.f;: > ,t' Notice:to' Non-Reaidents. Call for{ RepuMfcaif, l linly

r ; J* Clreda'Veers,.BUMof MtaNdaraevehth'Judiolal .| .
t [" : : c.ry. .Circuit,.Oaoeola. -'Duat7-ia' Chan- Contention and PrwtocK f

Editor and J!.'E. Hcdrlrk.. Complainant ra 0.,1'.. W. Littletou -
;HARRIS e: and Itarab II,C. UlUeton Defencfanta. ,Meetings, ,
Editor t -+ I I It appearing bjr aftVlavll appended to the bill .
h) J UYKENDALL _, Associate i -l-; 61ed la inv above-plated eaune that .surge: W: 'Tbe publinao preatnat. mootfnin will to .it.
1 Im j ': dHfendant"l held In the olKht ptcolueta. ol OMeolB County
ou ",1e7 14.1 U. to elBct delegate to the <
.' FRIDAY 8taMof Plnrld. and art nwiilvnla. of Kp..nii-r, riinvpnllnu. E.oh piwnnX In fiautlod\ to :,1
fUBLISUEDEVERY But of !ItW York ...of the H.-of t w my one out drlival. for turb liopubltocn votar :d(
OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING: *: It U>lii>r..fir..aniseed thm nal<< n"iir...l '.......nt w Im 10'11I1'1...le. 1..m."I"'* U>H'lppoft '
M Sear dvfemlanu boo and .,.h r,b' regalren 'the Rt-liuUllon tlclttop. nomlaoi In the ..., J I
]KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA-COUNTY.. FLORIDA appear I 10 the bll I of .mpl..lut H e.1 l In sill ember.ut election. Praelnou. not'Banding 'I I IrtprMM.ntaifireii
cause on<>r Ix-tore Moudsy the ihlnl. dsr. orJunf. ( one delemM. will be appoint. '
T It l 1912.' olhcrwlM the elh' 'g.sinus( of wl l>y Imfhalrmiiu: "I l tbe Count 'KirontiTe ?".
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: aatd (trill taken" .a> oiuifeoNtd. by axed def (O.mmltK' l'n-4-tnol' tuwtliiRi. will ftlnoohooM rIIIH

'; one ear y; e .. r r .' .. . .' $1.60> Vote : For ..nd.It tufuthernriiere'Ilhe.thle'crier. l ; ; \ t,>.. l pub' litonnl. | nu""I..r. OiiimtT lorcmh. rummltle."doa.:its. qimlliyinf. Ha. ,?,i I I t,
i i copy .75 ilehedonrsa week lor four(Juno,""'1", ui-uka multi-mi, voters In the,prw.Im u.1 I Hre< 'loota not
i s ,4 }n copy, six months In the KlHBioimt' Vuliej (I..t.. ... a nuw i>.liur nuudlliK will b* appointed' by the <
.. ; .40 pub,l<.hwi In said county and ntnu. Choir< I: :men of r.i.e, :; KsmutUoOonnnlttan: : : 1 11'liorc
S, copy, three months T .J..... 1'lit. :JSr.1. day of AprilA., ,, l> I Iva UK will I"- held ..i el.I limit, Florida" a 'f.:I
T Rd (i. JOHNHT"N. Br, ulillian.. ouiiiynviufon' ouair,I8lh
i A Ail Communications, except from our authorized correspondents must beIgned Clerk. Oirrnlt, OniirLB I tau tnwutehteteaohueq. tliikelMni trtokaci ">
) )KllK.buib JubnMoii.Deputy eurhutherbuxin'-'e51< may come Ixlury ihMiNvwutlon ..
by the writer. t Cli.rk.A ,, ::; : .
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---- row son Bnllollor' for 1..1II1.1.1.Ul.; | W f r. VAN >11.
rx 1&-.. i Imlnnaii' Couiilv Committee.JOHN .
,+ w ReJBCted matter will not be returned unless called for. "Y'P: t : ,
I :; Vote for.Geo. F. Parker, re-elec'ion Kr. .' 'iary. """''y Kxui'iillvu. tJUlolAUtooe.
} ' p:Entered ,at the Pos /ffice In Kisaimmee, :I<'i la., as second-class mail matter. for County Judge. 14 fit I ,IH,i If I ','

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"11 irk I The industrial edition of the Gainesville -
I Sun recently i issued, was: one of I WALK OVER EDWIN

a "p t,0The Valley Gazette has no desire toa I'' the best of this year's specials As an GEO. F. PARKER ,
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$ between Orange , exponent of the advantages of the attractive -
create territorial issue I
county and OaceoU county, but, University city it could hardly Present County JudgePeoples DOROTHY DODD
excelled. It contained a great I
out Ibe I
$ a j* we'consider ft pertinent to point s- -
'' tojour' home people that the race tor" amount of interesting information and candidate for re-election. .
much a was handsomely illustrated with well) Foot Down e. .
tbe state senate Is not so personal You Can Put Your '
Friend of
It. ade and well printed half tones. The poor man. .
issue between the| two opposing
r I ,}' wH is between the 4'd ion was a credit .to the publishers Friend of the laboring man. On This Fact' '.
j ar ''candidates as it an lijsue

y ht4'j,' '+ ''fcountlea, and tt the city.. Started work at 15j years educated himself.
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y } f p ? Tktie, same issue has been drawn in -- - -- Never has been defeated for election. There are no better shoes fresher styles or more

'ft f any other Senatorial districts corneA'bY You Bet He's Good. Twice elected County Judge,! of this County. worthy prices than you get here. We are'quick to
and a small county. GeorgeAr-DeCottes of Sanford
a large prosecuting First attorney admitted to practice in the county. but firm to
the features of catchy styles,
r Jt'js' natural for the strong county to I attorney was at the San Juan I snap up new
attempt to dominate its weak partner today.. Asked for the news of his north The only candidate who has legal training. i hold on to the tried fertures your foot will want. I

i rN and to. overwhelm the smaller county j r county town, he said the main news is. The man who by pushing county business saves money to the tax pay- No matter what your ideas in the making of perfect -

t by brut strength. he sure is running some. ers and finished the July term of court in less than. two days. shoe style may be, you will find its gratificationin
however, in thin district a Then he down to real news : "San- : -
Happily, got Was elected over his opponent by a large majority. the newest line just received.
Wore civilized rule has always prevait- ford beat Kissimmee yesterday 2 to I," ,
Come out early on April 5Oth and vote fora man who from experience
i led, and ever since the creation of the said he "I understand, he continued
t ?''p ';district It has been the unbroken rule "that the Kisaimmee pitcher was a good knows the needs and is the laboring mans: friend

that the senatorship should be alternated one, and the Osceola crowd came near The friend of the children and uses the laws for their upbuilding. CHAS. W. DANN

A, between' the two counties, some putting one over. However, they did- Judge Parker has lived in this county 31 years.Is I

tlmu after two terms. n't." a member and officer of the Masonic Lodge.
For the first time in the history of That one, we might have added but
Is the oldest Past Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias lodge.
,tf ''the district an attempt in being made didn't will be put over later -OrlandoReporterStar. .
'1 vto break the time honored ontom Is a member of the St Cloud Lodge of Odd Fellows. ---

tLE K Senator Massey, who has already I Is Treasurer of the Kissimmee Board of Trade.

4 ;served two consecutive terms, now I Nice Nome Close to Lake. Is active in all work tending to the building up of the county. GARDNER a ELLIS

f Leeks third jerm, and the issue is I No. 460-A new 5-room cottage two His education as a lawyer with his almost 6 years of experience in the.
drawn between the two count ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
? squarely? large lots 50x164 feet .each splendid office preeminently qualifies him for the position.
I well of artesian water, fifteen bearing Pay no attention to last hour charges.
Under these circumstances are
orange trees Call and see this propo- Wt Guarantee our House-wiring! to
e' only two courses open to the Democrats Pass all Insurance
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sition. Trice 100.: H. M. Breaker
I of Osceola; To appeal to the sense of l & Co. 16-tf PICK These Plums. lent bearing grove of about 15 acres, FIXTUREs'ORKIg
;fairness and Justice of the Orange half orange and half grapefruit one of OUR LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
;county Democrats, and to give the Os Fine little home of five acres inside SVELIALTY
the best groves in the country. Two->
i. ceola candidate the solid vote of Osceda ABOUT FLIES city limits 40 citrus trees several kinds '
story house packing house stables
county,, There are a great many of vegetables growing; all go with; the etc. Price 10000.
Only $2,500 cash
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,, Democrats in our big sister county who place. Yard full of pretty ornamental ,
Q { Moving Picture Film of Special balance $1,000 per annum, with 6 per ,(
> 'wi1l.respond, to this appeal, who will shrubbery and flowers. Plenty timber cent on deferred payments. This splen- r .1 :

y S adhere to .the unbroken custom, and Interest At Pastime Theater. Tor fuel all Rood land excellent 6-room did property properly handled will make

+ wbo'will reject the third term proposition. Manager Woodbeck of the Pastime I house, conveniently arranged, porch in all deferred payments and support a Book Cases

:f .):'And, we believe,,there are very Theater has secured for tonight a film front and one Bide deep well of pure large family besides Just the oppor-
Dam rib in Osceola county who of unusual It is issued soft water water stands in 18 inchesof d .
interest.. .by tunity to get possession of a big pay- y 1I eza tv r"r
d ,,!t rzn next Tuesday to support the Dr. J. Y. Porter, of the State Board top of ground; work shop, chicken ing proposition with little outlay of r'. r+ ',a We call attention to the Diven

Osceola candidate as a protest against of Health and illustrates the life of a yard and chicken house. A bargain Sectional Book Cases, of whichwe

'' 'i thJn tlf'effort'to deprive Osceola of its common house fly showing the and owner says "Sell" and we are going cash.We have all kinds of Florida Homes are agents. This case has

l '* time honored $fght.i' relationship of this little pest to health to obey instructions. Better hurryIf and Investment points of advantage which we

< Every than worth his salt has his en- particularly\ the danger of the trans vou want a snap. NELSON REALTY COMPANY. guarantee to be improvements,

!;t'4 lee, especially in politics, and the mission by the fly of the germs of such Suburban Property-We have for sale and which unquestionably place

.' j ?i scsole' candidate doubtless has his diseases as tuberculosis?, typhoid, etc. 30' acres of. good land just three-quar The Deserted Village." this Book Case in advance at any ,

r ;,but in, this case county pride, The Aim has.-be.rn shown In several ten of a mil 'from city limits part thing ofrthe kind in the world.:'

t '-pespect, and the instinct of 'self- places in the state and never fails to splendid orange land balance extra The city had a rather deserted appearance yf"g" ? We have'them I In quartered oak'I I

l" i salon should overcome past dif- excite favorable comment This will good trucking and farming land; cheapat on Wednesday, and the usual ly t 1fr and mahognny 'with or without.'. ,.
r; ami factional animosities, and addition one-fourth cash ohe- busy hum of rushing auto was almost + '. -
? es be in to the regular show. $50 an acre 1 af j : desk sections.
Ir.. it b the duty of all Osceola Democrats On. Monday night Brooks,'a brilliai.t fourth in one, two and three years. stilled. The cause of this remarkable t 1

t r .;to >support the Osceola candidate. moving picture lecturer will present Here you can make good money and I phenomenon was the fact that all the

f .$f r ur_Donegan, with all his faults, his moving picture subjects "Convicts" build up an excellent home, with.splendid I' politicians, and near politicians and WE AREHEADQUARTERS '
i 4 be charged against him, isentirelyworthy ., nearly everybody else in town who was
as nay showing Thaw in the Tombs the high school and church privileges.Fine .
'; ; t>t the support of any straight jacket the women's cells etc. place tor poultry industry. real hungry went to the barbecue at

,,. / 'for' the state senate He is ana "Scenes in New York" showing Pinehurst Home-294 feet of groundIn Whittier. When from the total popu- FOR
lation of Kissimmee is subtracted the
v { made man and a self-made crowds around the steamship offices Eureka Addition fronting on Hud-

w } & nil record Is an open book. He waiting news of the Titanic, and many Bon street, with splendid 4-room house candidates and .their hungry friends it Furniture and HousefurnishingsIf t-
leaves the city several hundred shortof
le good in every position he has other' striking New York scenes. two porches, four closets, fine deep .

ant has the confidence,, of our "The Chicago Fire." showing the great well of soft water, pretty pine trees 10000. Reports indicate that those anything you are needing, call and aee us. ..
who attended the barbecue were well
a l1, t conflagration in which Chief Haran and near the house, just the place for a '
4f ; t from local pride he is entitled I'24 firemen lost their lives. Brooks sick person. Land lies high pretty fed and happy.Mr. CASH' ORINSTALLMENTSKISSIMM

t :unanimous ,support of Osceola''regardless accompanies the moving pictures witha view of town and lake. Price $1,850; Joseph Masland, who has been

i ti f of factionalism. j most entertaining lecture, fully describing -, terms if desired. night clerk at the Gray stone for the [[ FURNITURE CO.J.

them. The regular admissionwill Ashton Farm and Grove-80 acres of past several months has resigned his .

Rht Honorable Arthur Donegan be charged to this# extraordinary good; land located half-mile from rail- position and left last night for his homeat E. RUSH, Manager.

Iy i around tony house to see me last attraction. way station and one mile and a half Germantown Pa. He is succeededby
'i' '' 'stdI/ was certainly impressed'i ) from a good town of about 2,000 popu- Mr. Johnson formerly with' the .

i the capability of this new star on ENDORSED BY MANY .all fenced; has an, excellent Kissimmee- Drug Co. .

', I:poutica horizon. You can't keep \ ,..... .

J tk ?Irishman' down, and Donegan has -

I hl e way to the front In the face of Strong Letters,! of Commendation of tt'l': (+x+) f(.> < "

; 'fit ea'tnch' as few men ever face'Lsome Hon. John C. Jones. t >l' (+)<+x+><+X+J > .>(+) JI )<+)<.
out He is of the ROSS GRAVES
i and can Dinner.get into the one confidence Hon. John C.: Jones, State Attorney', )<+x.+..,)-><+...,)<'+""x+x+) ...,. {'.">' <+. ....., ...., ...., ....., v .> ><+><.+..,x.+..,><+x+x"V+)(+)(+x+x".... >. Uti"V ''x

'' Kt e average man juitka* quickly as has received a great' many letters from l

t { x 'moutut.'polldcisn; Not only all portions of the Seventh Judicial fS \ .

f r, Donegan be elected to"the Sen Circult-which contain strong expressions SCREEN NOW

i drLt li rp ',''but I predict..,that be will not stop of endorsement and approval.and S .;

t e, forJrTorida has teed of Donegans were sent to him unsolicited coming t '
{ of from the heart of the people. .. .
higher places.' Speaking Done- :, ;g
fI I Ii These letter from Orlando > .r. i ,
I. I reminds me that in Ireland Done came f

. yt i were of ooble+ blood and the first'that his home Sanford DeLand Cocoa :' ,. YOUR DOORS YOUR WINDOWS .... :
a, emigrated to America was Winter Park Melbourne! St. Cloud
" Donegao. "Arthur 'is too"demo- Walton. Fort''Fierce, Holly Hill Daytona '. =

I g' : to claim any such distinction but, and Kissimmee and the following COORS' ,.:'{ *
l '+ K' i !te one of nature's noblemen, which is a sample of themDaytona :, . SCREEN SCREEN WINDOWS .
of aoea better.'Jri/ this), land of the free ; Fla.. Mar. 22, 1911.. . 'BOTHVARNISHED PATENT ADJUSTABLE", :. e '
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\ 't 1 mosquitoes',.and) .politics..--Sanford "Hori.:J. O. Jones, Orlando Fla:: AND' STAINED WILL FIT YOURWINDOWS i .

i i Dear Sir-I am supporting' because ALL SIZES .

T money' cannot buy you and your' : SCREEN WIRE .
Musk Recital. j record has been clean and upright THH SMALL MESH KIND ,
I.kI'1Cennecdon' I.
'' with the commence* Having been detained upon the duties t '' GALVANIZED I - : W
r of the State in the YOU" HOUSE INFESTED ,
Iv" 'the Attorney spring WHY HAV \
&' ( N ment exercises;of Osceola High
circuit court. Mr. Jones has BITTIN BY
.A.1"1 School the of which was
program pub- I HOUSE FLY" t \ MOSOUITOC8T :
'* recital been unable to make a canvass, but .
,. ; '+ t -Hshed.last week/a will be given r .
t I music under the dfrectloa has sent a message to thevoters in "
,fcj the department; r .
which he assures them among other .
gq of Mrs.,push. This will take .
n things that he is in the race for State r
,? ; 'place"ont, Wednesday'night, kay 8th,
: Y tor mac-z th: sIghtb.forathe medal'contests.S" Attorney _to the finish,_and respectfully! ROSS -GRAVES"THE -

1 1 "'program ,/or; the recital will be requests of his friends, a full vote upon : I 1:

.bllshed .later*and will be up to the election day.-""The Florida Star. Titus- BTORB THAT.,APPRECIATES I YOUR TRADE"
t' standard of tbe programs ;given ville. < ,18-1t .
the this of A< "" ... ;, %
year by department '" ""
i1 j ? SeoooL, number of medals FOR SALE-19 full blood R. L Red fium.-mu: : J :? : ROSS GRAVES (+)(+x+ +x+}<" (+)(+J
.J. 1 rtiflcatea will be presented to the hens and rooster also portable coop : ...;. (+ (+x+)(. "i' .)(. .)<+ . . . .!<.

# at x'. this recital, Adniissioq will and card P. ;O.hen.Box 14 614 months, old.:l&2t Address < ; iX+X+> +)(+ x+>(! <+x OXS .A.+x A.}<+X+ A'+: > ) 4( x : < ,ciX+> '

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Tfte 1 Klfeslfflmee'Valleu'6aieUz -Vote'4or Ulawver fr County Judge. Sir.
>VU G. 'Y..-Parker- la the only" candidate. who. Mo., has';,beeiv" in the| ".dy thU.w.ek, ,........ .. .--- T- r ,.,
ILIPMONE"NO,1L . I*. 15-4t M J
> : and purchased from'the Nelson''Realty ,
['PUBiISJiSD'BVERY 'FRIDAY ,A, call has' been Issued;, and will ''be- Co..160 acre* ,f land: dust north of'the f, trl A o

..;;...BT- found in the' "advertising columns of city. 'Mayor Cook:: !Is highly; pleased f.aAJKB ..G.M.JiYIL

W. B. NAPIRI8..n.n.r.nrrw . this psper'for a Republican convention with .this section, ,and.'tpay become a .

.. to be,SU Cloud on May 14 for permanent resident,,In tbd near.future.: .. .. ,, ',
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the purpose of nominating candidate '. J
How about the' crop vegetables ,> a
for, county offices. thin year?.' Plentiful at Lincoln' and ... . .,.;,,1]'," ,,

'. :Weather, Report Vote:for Geo. F. Parker, reelectionfor always good. It : Features of Interest for the Intending Purch- 'l" ,j" {_

County Judge. 14-6t, Next :Wednesday'I I Is May lit;Post .

Following" ire the daily tero- Mrs. E. B. Voyles, ,returning to 'Salt' card day for Florida. Remember you On Rail Road with competitive freight rates '.f" ;.''iP1? .",

\, ," ,peraturer and 'precipitation as Lake City; Utah from a;visit to- her dan seed a copy 'of our' splendid .Illustrated \ Altitude 253 feet above' sea level. ?Y V .", ,:,.t i '

reported by the Government mother at Lakeland, stopped over three Magazine for about the same Proof,of f productiveness of the soil demonstrated so (list can be assured. : : ,(it .'..t
days In, Kissimmee with Mrs. 'j. J. price you can postcard The maga- )
station attCissimmre for, the All
week ending Apr. 25, 1912. Woodall. ,Mrs.,, Voylell"was Miss Annie zinc costs you nothing, and the postage building' lots are Lake Fronts that slope up to forty feet above the water.. .' ,,1' 'I?,>1

..., Malsby, and formerly' lived In this city. is only 4 cents; 'You can Ret them' .for The country is rolling; and dotted with artesian I lakes, therefore'healthful. '.\ :;* *;&
Mal ran, sail the asking at this office. Lakes connected by navigable channels o
making boating
Vole for Ceo. F. Parker, re-election .:2" : ,;;: '
. . . 8164 .20 A Citrus Fruit I
Friday. for County Judge. 14-6t Oysters out of season but fine fish Exchange Packing house on toe property. 'M j' ( :"

Saturday. . . 91 62 , takes their place, and Lincoln's placeto One of the best Horticulturists in the State is resident and be informatioax .: : n"Is." .
Sunday.. 91 68' .. Rev..Father Fox, Orlando, will be catch them. It a can relied upon for. : ,;: 'i
Monday;. , 95 71 . .J; Kissimmee on Saturday, April 27, ,Frost protection is afforded by the numerous lakes.. ,_ "; .'.,. ?

4 Tuesday.."...' .. 91 69 ..,. and will have devotions at 7:30: In the In both the'daily papers of St. Petersburg The proposition i ii restricted in I size and the purchaser are being picked from the best class. of people, daere.' i

Wednesday< 81 65 43 evening in the ,chapel at the home of of April 22 the superintendent by assuring congenial I neighbors. ". 4',r .
., Mr*. A. Tress. Mass will be said at 8 of the high school of that city pub- 4G.'lxis; .. ,
Thursday: . 81 61 "' '
' j o'clock Sunday morning at Fraternity lishes the names of a few pupils whd For further information address.: i/-/ ; 'r It- l1 :
: f(
Hall.opera house. are leading the school in attendance, '
. .
-r'nd 'NKN VYV)1N1N'N'Ns G.Vote F. Parker for*a ,lawyer Is the. only for County candidate Judge.whois. this studiousness list we and are perfect pleased note/the In Lake Gem Land ;;tt i:

s 15-4t name of Miss Emma Tyson' daughterof Compamy :
| THE LOCAL HELD.Women's James of Narcoossee.
i Mr. J. H. Hawes has purchased from Mr. Tyson, '

$ the estate of J. M. Willson, deceased, Smoke "Boone's Straight" and J. I E. MATTOCKS, Pres. & Manager ':)r-; }
J "Osceola." None better. Made in .,
M $ the tw -story house now occupied by J.
-NUN s %%N %NthNN" Kissimmee. 10-tf KISSIMMEE '
L. Pherigo in North Kissimmee. Mr. FLA. '

Pbengo will have a new cottage builton The Board of' Trade invites you to LuII. > rf.ii.; ,

the lot south of where he now lives. call at the Gazette office and get a copy
night gowns from 75 cents dl" '"
up. LAWSON'B CASH STORE. 18-1t. Vote for T. M. Murphyfor of 'the magazine edition of the Valley .._..___._.....
Gazette and mall it to a friend on May

lion. R. Hudson Burr, candidate for County Judge.Mrs. let, Postcard day. You can enclose . tfar
to succeed Frank Clark, was -
congress card and it will be .
your appreciated I _
in the Saturday. B. F. Hall win has been visit- or
city ing her son, Ed. H. Hall, and other rel- much as a nice present.: All can help t
do well in this section boost Kissimmee and Osceola county In
Do tomatoes atives for some time, left on Monday '.
You bet to Lincoln's and try the this I H' I
; go afternoon for her home at Alva, Fla. way. 1'\\

tomato soup. It Mrs. Hall was suffering from the effectsof The new bread food, Sweet Potato' You *ll Enjoy Wearing the Glasse.J

Hon. Frank Clark, candidate for congress lagrippe while here and waa out very I Flour. Send lOc in stamps for trial

addressed a small audience at little. i package. A. F. Spawn, Kissimmee, *
the Opera House Thursday night."Boone's I Fla. 11-tf '
Mrs. A. G. Powell and children came .. ,- y. .:'
Col. W A. McCool, Kiaiimmee's; "res "
Straight"; and "Osceola". down from Jacksonville on Tuesday to 1.' \ ;.'At,;: t.
Box trade solicited. ident tourist" will leave Sunday for / 1
Best 5 cent cigars.; .
join her husband here. Mr. Powell Is iii'j
10tfKissimmee' Heaver Falls, Pa., where he lives during -. d,
connected with the Journal. The fam- : the few months he does not spendin we supply you" with. Your sight will,be soy .' ,
new automobile fire apparatus ily will live in North Kissimmee. Mrs. '
was the center of attractionon Powell is already delighted with her Kl immee. During his Klssimmee much improved, the glasaes will be so comfortable -: :{'
residence this Col.! McCool built a t i l
our streets this morning. new home. handsome home year on Emmet street. / you'll hardly know you have them on. ',' 'r;' v:' I v ti ,I

Kev. David D. Kidd will hold services Mr. and Mrs. J. A. O'Berry returned Wm. J. Filing and Thomas Hornsby.of l :'j+ Come and be fitted with a pair that'.wiH'tfhelp !: ':. ;.

in the Episcopal church on Sunday next.Morning home Monday night from a brief \ ''sit .... ; 1''.
Philadelphia have purchased throughJ. your sight, hdp your appearance and add"to .r.:,
the litany and sermonat I
prayer : to Cuba. They spent most of the tin e I
M. Willson, Jr., the Lindsay orange
10:30: o'clock. in Havana, but visited some of th your comfort. ::; "
trove, with 7-room house, in North / .
Ki 8irnmee Auto Garage: and Machine large; sugar plantations a few miles in issimmee. These gentlemen have I I J( :.. a.,, + + stc
will do anything in lathe or the "
Company .b
Grow" for ,
be-n "Watching Kissimmee "
machine work for you for automobiles, I
boats and all other machinerv. 15tf J. H. Johnson, president, and some time, and when they finally decided '
Mr. J. C. Palmer, general manager, of to Invest here it speaks well for . 'A .

The ladies of the Baptist church will the Windermere Improvement Company -,our town. They also bought In West ,:: i..,.4hl0 ,

hold their social meeting at the home were In.the city on business Tues Kissimmee four tenant houses and lot Jewelerant '!

of Mrs. Modie, Wednesday afternoon. day. They were accompanied by Mr. from Mr. Willson, for investment. C A COLE : }3

:1.f May 1, from 8:30: to 5. I Smith of Akron, Ohio. .i.ij
To the Voters of Osce Optometrist ,\ +
Mr. J. M. WillBon, Jr., reports the "BREAD," that's my business:
transfer of two lots from Mr. J. M. Graystone. Central, Lakevfew Hotels, ola County: Referring to sr'.ri.u
R. S. C. W. Griffin, D. R. Blen-
McClellan to Messrs. P, G. White and is Co, G. M. Taylor handle my bread the affidavit being circulated t.

H. M. Houser. and are satisfied. Just a tnal order and
T. M. Mur-
will be. WILL MCLAUGHLIN. l8-2t by ya
Fried Ice Cream\.! You don't believeit you ,
You will get it at Lincoln's next Mr. Canning has finished surveying' phy, signed by A. F. .

week reach; just here.waiting for the fried freezerto It the Marion tract which he purchased Bass, I wish to state -- b

some time ago and is now ready to putIt that it is absolutely
of the front wall of the post
The top on'the market. His son has been in '
office building was removed thJs week charge of the surveying corps, and false.' G. F. Parker.Mr. IS THE TITLE GOOD ?
and is being rebuilt. It had developeda
his father in this
will 1 now J join city. '
slight:outward bulge.Klssirnmee ] .. M. J. Daetwiler, representing R,, .1
., Auto Garage and Machine. The A tna Insurance Company I Is the Daetwiler & Co., commission mer- Is the main question and should always be answered"y.
latest acquisition to Dozier, Leltner'sFire chants, of Philadelphia, Pa, was in the . .
all kinds of auto '
handles sup ,
Company casings, inner tubes, u npe, Agency. This agency now has city last week,'and went over to Kis- by a'disinterested authority. The ?!_ '
seventeen of the best companies to be ,'
jacks 16-tf simmee Park to look after the potato 1/1 '
visited his son-in- found Leitner anywhere., think of Ins When ronce you; see and Dozier when crop in the interest of his firm. Mr. I TITLE I LJAFRAINJTY< GOIX/l.Ff/X:',/ : :>. :

Nebraska Johnson think of insurance, see Dozier Daetwiler was pleased with his trip to '
you will search and examine the title to the land which you are adout to baseJI1.
is engaged in pur ,:
M. Marsh, who ; ,
law, L. Leitner. 18-lt
the Park and thinks they have some of ;:J, c
of the Osceola County, or elsewhere in Florida, And If found to be 06td will 'yu rantee !'
the construction department I ) ,
Avon Park branch of the A. C. L., last All work entrusted to Kissimmee Auto the finest potato-lands he has seen any- you a/ainslloss by reason of mortgages liens, unpaid taxes a verse claims..., \,:< ,
Garage: and Machine Company will wtlere. rt is our business to protect our clients and patrons agal vestments in Ira '
have prompt attention.. Satisfaction 15-tf Dr. Edgar E. Cole has one of the perfect titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search'oft orela aDd thel&tue' > '

All kinds of Oils and Polishes kept in guaranteed. most remarkable showings of what Is of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of rille 4dl s r
Kinslmmee Auto / ;?
stock by Garege5andMachine Mr."Ja '. A. O'Berry has purchasedthe possible\ the native soil. Not three } I'll'
Company. The Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Business I Ue State it Flciidi';
old J. F. William's hotel at Whittier weeks ago Dr. Cole set out two rose .
Vote for R. T. Butler-'for Tax As- and will move*to that place with bushes, with no fertilizer whatever, in Abstracts! to City and County Property made and deli j ;: ''fMk

sessor. He has held this office four his family next week. He contemplatesmany the rear of his store. They now have *" "
and his record Is clean. 17-2t
years improvements ,.on the building, branches over four feet in length. Dr. Title t-oi--: }
Messrs.. w' E. Underhill C. W, Hil- and expects to have an up-to-date hos- Cole Is beautifying'the lot in the rear Guaranty .

liard and party'came up from Bassen- telry by the time the railroad reaches of his .slore'In mariy ways. ..8

launch and spent a few daystransacting that Capital Stock $100OOQ.OO'
ger by place. Judge Andrew Johnson has b'een the ,1 .,_
this :
business in the city '
week. We want to sell them busiest man iq the city today. The CARROLL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A.'NASH;Sege'Y. : : t'f *!;4 t
touches his handsome _
finishing on
Vote for R. T. Butler for, Tax As cheap. Ten' milk cows, offices' have been completed by the R. JUDSON, Tre8l1lJ'erTOOM., , &: REYNOLDS, Gen;,.' stfflf;

sessor. He has held this ,office four $25 to $50. Kissimmee I carpenters' and painters, and he has , Home: Office Bisfcee Building ." 'i __ _JBranoh OJ : i I..
17.2t ,
years and hie,record is clean. Dairy Co. 16-tf been installing a complete subirrigation ; Jacksonville, Fla. 1.J<. sl _,..lfttt't ( "

Mrs. E. E. Hilton, Intersection Brack' Vote for,Geo. F. Parker, reelectionfor plant in, where,i '1t '
and Broadway, has excellent table County Judge. 14-61 he.'will demonstrate the advantages of LEWIS O'BRYAN, ,Manager KlsSimme' Branch ,.' *4' ::1'I 1.
board also rooms and board. Meals growing vegetables by this procesMr. .
reduced; to 25c for the summer. It ; When you want anything In the automobile --------,. ., .,\ )'"\. ,t ,
line give Kissimmee Auto Ga- J: W.. Miller, one of Oseeola's -
Vote for T M. Murphy I rage and Machine Company a tnal. most progressive farmers and fruit ,.. ,.j
We will give you satisfaction, or:try ., .. js
for County Judge.. I mighty hard. Our shop fo in charge of growers attended the meeting held in
killed mechanic. ' 16-tt Tampa last weekvto determine whether .M
If choice, and you are particular, I the Florida Citrus Exchange shall be 3.k....0. A.U.r.-. Ms t : ,
phone 186 for accuracy and dispatch. Mr. W. T. Crawford, of Cairo, Ga., ( .. : ,
Will call and make estimates from your' came down to join Mrs. Crawford and perpetuated. or allowed to die Mr.
'a own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writ the children, last Saturday, and ha Miller states that'the attendance of QSCEOLAJ.LUMBER: ), (ltiC;

and Interior Decorator.* Box I been spending this week.In the city, fruit growers was large and that the ''* ,.

The following*officers were electedby the. guest; of his father in-law, Mr. J. sentiment was overwhelmingly favorof Mill and' NoveltyWorksIII ? ;*i- < i ,

the Council Friday night: P. A. M. Gardner. Mr. Crawford hold the continuation. He ,agreed to allow Fn ..? ._>.& ; t, S'' t

Vans Agnew, city attorney;-Dr. Hicks, responsible position of clerk of the the Exchange to handle his fruit next J r ,fi

city physician; R. .H. Lndlam, city en-, court of his county. I season, and thinks the other grower of
? I IBeSllOr. the county should do likewise.' Aji TtAir&M
gineer. Vote for Ii. T. Butler for Tax As V fU

If In need of a corset' investigatethe ; He has held this office four Hon., 'Wm. Bankhead, ; v.y
Spirella, the corset with a guarantee years and hi* record Is clean. 17-2t : >'.' '1'\\ '$*>< >R:. h. 1 7i
; never rusta or breaks. Made to of Alabama, will address ] ? % r -r; I fELL
J. C. R. Foster
Bertha Twitchell, Cor- Adjutant y5i
order. on
the voters of Os-: id11 V ;. 4-.
setierre, for measurements. 16-4tp who I lea candidate to succeed himselfIn .

the coming primaries, spent a few ceola County from 'the
Lots of people complain ; vJ-. >
day's long day: etc. Try the "Sun-; hours In the city interviewing local Band Stand, Kissimmee :1A1
dales" at Lincoln' and you will feel' voters, last Saturday. lie came down 1 N t' JC

better. u from Orlando by auto, and was accom- at 10 o'clock Mon- ;

Mr. Ross Grave. has sold the old panied by hfj.'Bradahaw and Dr. Ab- day morning, in support:
to the latter of whom la himself
North Kissimmee ernethy ,
Hughey place in *
_Mr.WillianuTompk1n.of Benton,Harbor -.. a candidate for delegate-to..tiua-nationaJ of the.-candidacy.ot. : Ba

,Mich.,. who, we understand., will convention.; Qscar I W.. Underwood' for, :' - next fall. Wnnted-lOO( milk CUS- the presidency. A large I II By dealing wish yon; will k*akl to it just what jtotf'uMnf. .. ;" ertain" :''c li." ; ; ;" : 5. ;. '
understood I SAVE YOU FROM MO TO IS PER CENT. W. are / ?Oft Pr lot. .. SSk .. f3 6..iJ.Wi-M' '\ '''
It should be distinctly tomers.- Phone: 235 Kis attendance of voters is .Aip"u./ood directly ; ",
when they vote lit the into eo..., . .1.. .;" ,
all voters that:

primarynext ,Tuesday they pledge simmee Dairy: Co. City. desired ,Music. by the OSCEOLA LUMBER ,COMPANY;: Inc:,' I! kMM. :.\ 1r 5 t

the nominees of, band.
themselves to support Delivery., ;I
election. '. '
that primaryln the general
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Palm' Beach Paper Comments nKissimmee' Aultman Gardens Example of What ,

;r 'e anfr! Get It Ir' 'Plan. .'InteHisence i I Will Accomplish.,' r*"

Ont of the ackoowiedged factor* of '.*Aultman 'Gardens are showing oft to nOf, Suwannee Cpanfy2'J

'\- '\ progress in the towns and cities of the splendid advantage now. The acreage fair: ,

ENEW country'aro the boards of trade. Usually from which,several carloads 'of celery
: LINE OF READY starting with a': fewpublicsplritadbusiness .
was taken a few weeks ago was planted
;; men. they have demonstrated to tomatoes, and the plants are already __ .
\ CLOTHES FOR r Candidate' for ,
MADE their fitness for leadership by grappling displaying; Urge tomatoes, which + f

': . with the problems before them giving will be ready for. market in a short sloner of Agriculture'
. Ct.;. LADIES ANDCHILDREN freely of both time and money in the time. Cabbage begs, lettuce and ,
ep4 '{
-r1" of the' for
R4 furthering plans necessary other crops are in splendid conditionand
3:: success. a large acreage ol potatoes is exceptionally 1 ,f ,
," Some idea of the liberality of these fine. The Aultman' Gardens
,,:: ' organizations may be gathered from the are handled scientifically and the land A plain farmer who knows how to -

t 1f ,T' following list is busy all the time raising moneymaking -
; ''!Ut' ''to fit. In the newest styles in the latest and most fashionable DallasTexas, 58,000 population,raised crops. What has been acccompliih- make the Department of Agriculture -

: $1,295,000 stock subscription to enterprises al; here on a large scale can ''be a I
last:)n Skirts Voile, Panama! and Serges.SURE ; of
k t : \ i ; has $50,000 yearly publicityfund. accomplished on nearly every live and a rea.t' good to .the people ,

t I I and see those brown and ,white Skirts in Pique and ten-acre tract around Kissimmee if the Florida. He knows agricultural !1 j

i ; 1 : tton. Asheville, N. C., 19,000 population, same intelligent\ industry is bestowed
i .n subscribed $42,000 to enlarge golf. \upon it. The superintendent of Ault: conditions of the State. He has +
Dalntyhirt Waists in Batiste, Swiss, Lawn, Lingerie
ix ,;,, grounds. man Gardens feels that he has been .
nad much legislative experience.
.t' -.
c ;l'.J' must see them for yourself. .. Galveston- Texas, 37,000 population, cheated if he doesn't get at least four ,
,;.,).'r",_ti has an organization fund of $50,000; crops a year from the land. I..
; : l't raised over $1,000,000 last year to promote His Motto is: Running for ONE office only, and
i 4.p new industries. Truck Farm for Sale.
c Port Texas will STAY ON THAT ONE JOB if elected. 3
Arthur 11,000 population,
''' No. 467.-$3,000 secures a six-room 3f
j .wrs. E. IVPearee raised $780,000 last year- jto promote local t
cottage located on lot containing two )
: affairs. Born In Hamilton County, Florida. Son of Confederate Vet,1 t,
of land within three blocks of "
r acres ,
r ii F : 0 Greenville, S. C., 16,000 population, the center of the city. This is a fine eran. State Lecturer and Organizer Farmers' Educational and Cooperative -

raised $1,157,000 for new industries I garden proposition, with two artesian Union of America, for the State of Florida, 1909-to 1910

l Miami, Fla., 5,000 population'. $12,000for wells on the property, and If properly Member Florida Legislature 1903, 1905, 1907 and 1911. '

publicity. cultivated, should for the
crops pay
Jacksonville, Florida, 58,000 popula- He Will Your
place within two years. A cash propo- Appreciate Support
tion, $18,000 in entertaining conven- sition.

>k''' I tions. 18-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. -- -- _. ----- .

Tampa, Florida. 38,000 (combined 54- t.cococoooGUGooaocjcooooooooaoooaoooooooaoooc io<*ooo(xj
000)) population, raised for all purposes Dog Licenses Due. .
-Y rJUMMER last
year 14300.
President. Vlea-Pmldvnt.
r All dog licenses were due March 1st, ell Racratarr
West Palm Beach, 'while much smaller -
and 1 am now collecting same. All
'Size Qualify Early Maturity in population than any of the above, dogs must be tagged, and any found '
has recently incorporated with a fund running at large without license tags 'I
for our latest free book of over $3oOO, this amount being will be taken up, and if unredeemed KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
f.-. within 24 hours will be shot. Cost Of ,
THES.P raised in just a few days, with more inight.
GROVEr tags, $1.00 for males and $2.00 for fe-
males. 1<'. W. PITTMAN,
it.. .' I And now an agitation has started fora 16-4t Marshal I
r, the HOWS and WHYS interesting to a citrus State Board of Trade. The plan i ito is I. 4e Rough and Dressed c.I .
at this It also gives fall: description of
season. Splendid Investment.No. .
a fgrower I band together all of these organizations -

r -'ourflne,: line ofFruit 1 forming a central body with the 466.l -It certainly is exasperatingto

i and Vine Formulas. I benefit of the entire State in view.A see an opportunity of making big, I PINE LUMBER

few days ago, at the meeting of quick money, and then not be able to I

c' Ideal' Fertilizers and Ideal Methods have made the.Kissimmee. Board of Trade, a resolution take hold of it. We can't buy all the

t' g the banner crops of the State.. I was adopt a) looking toward a good things we see, and we are willingto I

state organization, and also calling up- pass them along to our friends. HOUSE SPECIALTY

; i''WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.Manufacturers I on Jacksonville, as the gateway of the Here's a sure one-US acres all plattedand l-- ::

: ,* of state, to take immediate steps in the ready for sale in five and ten acre

"r IDEAL FERTILIZERS matter.It tracts, located within 1>4 mites of our cocoraot --

1 was further resolved that a con- passenger depot on and in close prox-
Jacksonville Fla. .
Y; vention of delegates from the various imity to the best hard road in Osceola

commercial bodies should meet in some county. We are offering the tract in a DistancePhone
r Long
r 4r city to be designated by the Jackson- body at a very attractive price. No 296

ville organization ; and the Kissimmee further expense necessary to place it Advertising

Board of Trade tendered a cordial invi- on the market in small tracts. See us. .

tation for such convention to be held in 18-tf H. M. BREAKER!: & Co.
......."...................................................... KiBsimmee. is saying the right thingat

'rt : Secretary Richardson of the Jacksonville Bargains for the Buyer. the timein
GOOD right
fOR PIOTURES GO TO : board, stated his conviction that

that organization would approve of the 674 acres of land located midway bet- the right
plan and would doubtless take hold of ween Kissimmee and St. Cloud on Fish

j HALL. PAY NT.". PnooMiarorna' I' the proposition at once.-Palm. Beach Lake, affording many beautiful beach makes specialty of planning preparing

i .V, ..rft Sun. sites for cottages. Less than half mile literature and conducting: campaigns for .
from Flag Station 2 miles from Rail Land Companies Boards of Trade Municipalities l-

: HORTICULTURAL SOCIETYState way Junction and 4 miles from' good and Individuals..

in Ansco Cameras and Films, alto Cyko Papa. .- County Seat Town. 'Marl road most of

k 1'" k:: done for amateurs promptly.; Florida view of all t f f'Prices ,i of the way between Kissimmee and St. GLENN REAGINADVERU8
Will Meet in RS
'' Organization Cloud. There is high hammock high
r iInds... '? reasonable. All work guaranteed .i
.J Twenty-fifth Annual Session at pine fiat pine, rich muck: and beautiful t tTA'MPA
+.F+kw..+...s'..+ .+ks+...+ +tla...+ee...+kssr ..... Miami May 14th 1912. prairie land on this'tract, so anyone FLORIDA
.' can be suited.- This tract can be sold

r 1 s The next meeting of the Florida State as a solid body or divided Into smaller .
v Horticultural Society will be its twenty- tracts as desired. Price of entire tract -- -

m C. JONES fifth session and will be held in Miami, $23,690. ;Favorable terms of payment. GILBERT'S THE PLACEGents'
the "Magic City" of the East Coast Part of this can be sold tor $100.00 per
acre. Furnishing, Dry Goods, a Complete Line of Shoes
will be Tue.-
1 } The opening meeting on
( day. May 14th. at 10 a. m. Nelson Realty Company Nice line of Embroidery Flouncing) Best line of'Dress Gingham
76c to $1.25 at 10 cents
There are but comparatively few hor- Small Home at a Sacrifice. F axons at 15 to 25e yd. Calico at fie yd.

ticultural societies in the UnltedlStates No. 46&-$775) will purchase a good A. S. GILBERT. NORTH KISSIMMEE .
boast of
that can twenty-five .years 1
new five-room cottage in Carson Addi-
without session thereare
missing ,
a and - -- ---- ---
tion. House is located two lots 50x
few societies where the reports of
164 feet each close to the lake, where
4 its meetings are 'in constant demand

: ff not only by individuals but by librariesand you lake will enjoy the This cool is breeze of from the the CARSON & BASS. '
experiment stations. The annual constantly. one very Z. ,.EABAQER.:
report is always filled with Instructive best bargains we have on our list worth, .

ip and interesting matter which makes It considerably more money than we are Practical Painting
asking for it. We will be pleased to h. '
4 worth more to the grower than the annual WALL PAPER '
show this
1 dues of. $1.00. you All Work Guaranteed ,
18-tf H. M. BREAKER tit: Co. 'Paper, Hanging aidDecorating
Miami is a city that does things, and specialtyWindow '
Wall Papering a .
doe them so well that people want togo The Kissimmee Library.The DecoratingSign .,'

back.'> Hence the members of the Writing Shades, 'etc;:
they to that Kissimmee Library offers to its .
Society are glad are going
subscribers a list of over four hundred PJeuut Fla. Barlow's Horse and
city for their next meeting. They know Kissimmee
what a good time they had before and books by the beet authors any or all of AIIIDI' I" Cattle Powders and

A: know they' are not to be disappointedthis which you have the privilege of readingfor Poultry Food : : : :t ;
k which r'
ern :Pt .1 time. The good people there have only $2 secures a single I ,
promised some Interesting"" excursions, membership or' $5 for a family mem- I DROUGHTS BLDG.

but just what they are we do not know. bership. Capt. Trench the librarian NEW .YORK' AVE. ,.
will issue you a memberahip'card for I
Probably they are saving the "good the above amount. Library In State :

wine to the last"Besides' ; Bank building: 8-tf 'Woo'd' : Ste, Cloud. Fla.NORIDA ., .
Seeds .
the entertainment given"at Modern Up to Date Home. ; i 'Ut(-' ., :'t' I
Miami the members will have the privilege 1 'I.T
of.excursion to Key West and No. 464.-S3.600.-New, modern six. For 1912. .j.jI

Havana. 'The fare for the round trip cold room cottage electric, bath, lavatory hot and Our New Descriptive Catalog I 'REAL f L ESTATE$ fOR SALE I

from Miami; to.K.y West!is $6.20, and watery lightsbeautiful ia fully-up-to-date and tell.all I I _i
;] new furniture;/tilde .
to Havana and return is 1845. These
House furnished about the beetGarden 'I Beautiful: winter home sites situated 1
rugs. complete ready
rate. Include meals and 'stateroomswhile for in the Lake Region of Fl'orldL' J. ,
occupancy. Large lot 83x147) feet and
/ on the water. The members I
and ;
on which are twenty full bearing orange Trucking harming LAnds in large
have never had such a chance to see '
..q'y. Havana. An itinerary la being arrang. trees.' Located in three and a :Farm Seeds. or small .racts. f 1
members half blocks of the postoffice on beautiful CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList
ed so as to enable the to seethe Every farmer and gardener I
moat interesting points around Ha Verona street in the very' best should have a copy of,this cata your property with me for,quick .; ,
a neighborhood. Call and let oa show salts
j which been
b vana. log ,has long recognized : -
; The Florida East Coast in its Usual you this beautiful1 home. Terms on aa a standard authority H. M. '
lit Breaker'& Co.
N pi,?, liberal manner toward the Florida Horticultural part of purchase price. If desired. for the full and correct information [
18-tf H M.BREAKER A: Co.
e. e.forLate Attorney' Society has granted a rate of which it gives. Box 178 KISS IMMEE.t FLA; :
_____ ,
,r,1 ,., one fare-plus 25 et1;-for-tb. round trip. to a rate of one fare-pie 25e but. WOJrO.Leadquarten for_ . - ... ..;
i : Seventh Judicial Circuit From junction points the rates are as hoped they wilL Gr&ii and Clover Seeda, Seed Notice.of Dissolution..

follows:, v. It you are not a,member, send $1.00at Potatoes, Seed Oats Cow Peas,' NotkM U hm+b, (Inn ....'lb. Arm-brto.

' $,; f Mr* atolnlstratjbnlrnarkfd'by1'close attention to they Jacksonville to Miami and return.$11.25' once to 1:. O. Painter, secretary Soja Beans and all Farm Seed for Sm same nclsUot-.rpMntU and: dolnv A Brows,bailnw I*thU aidwlbe day duolrcd -

Ptafcttc Service; 'Careful, and due regard for economy; Palatka to' Miami and return.. : 9.70 Jacksonville Fla., and get a member- by!' mntrul. eoiuvnt. ... ,. .
y .Wood'i Descriptive mailed Mr. R. D Wlu Brown will eB iry of the bueJ" ,
-<- wit i the best results to the State A Clean Orange City Jet. to Miami and re- 8.80 shlp'eertincat.'which will'entitle yon Catalog 'S as lb.urn tocUan.sad w ii> _.. alt ')
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,, ,.',! ;..t:....".,.;-"."" ,,,,, I , I It ? Hon.'R. Hudson;Burr's campaign for nomination for Congressman -
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.... : from this district has ,met with the approval of all who have folk, ' !
:. The,one thing,made mar Ifest In this campaign Is. the certainty lowed his record as a servant,of the people of this State. $,
,that a majority of 'Mr. Cl.rk's. constituents desire his defeat, : I : '
t As a member of the and as a member of the Railroad
I That result Is assured *: . .J I, Commission. he has faithfully kept every trust Imposed' $; in him.' t' i"''
r f But it;U not enough.,,, '" :.. , ( .: The record nude] by-Mr Burr in the Florida''Hoiise of Representatives , r
proved him to be vigorous, and and his ,
a thoughtful logical man:
,R \ 'We 'shall have a othe '..In his. whait: ::1S; ,, " service there is the record of an honest man fighting for the people.: '

1 'his place ; He was a pioneer in the effort to fix railroad rates," introdncing a bill i w,,
!I v4 In 1901 to fix.passenger fares at three cents a mile on all railroads ,
Is not enough.. 4 I
.\. But THAT t the State. He also at that. session introduced a "Jim Crow' law for g.,
} We ':must have the. BEST street cars. e

( It f' MAN tn his place.' : the ObjectTO ; Two.of Mr. Burr's bills which were enacted Into law at the session ftfi

: Read. Burr's record :._ ,.,; : of 1901.of the,Sections State 3521 and 3929,; are ,valuable. additions to' the statutes '.

' ; It is"made of solid achievements
s; ;4 up It Is well worthy of consideration that Mr. Burr's vote was record., '
j and n9t.gener;: lities. against the legislative. land grant to railroads. t v

! ,. Read Burr's. Campalin'.jrti- DEFEAT Recognizing Mr. Burr's sterling qualities the people from all sections ;" '
I cles: of the State implored him to make the race for Railroad Commlsslpner. -
; In 1902. In responding to this call his compaign was conducted.
\ And decide who has presented on a reduction of freight.rates and passenger fares. .- tir
! in- this "c miI' ti
real arguments
. Mr. Burr's election as Railroad Commissioner followed by: ,the '
paign. prompt adoption of. a three-cent fare on three of. the trunk line of the
-- Read Burr's Platform : Y State. After a persistent fight on the part of the Railroad Cornmis-: .
a c stoners and their counsel and against every obstacle and handicap", i
It promises practical results. which the of their +'
I r ingenuity the railroads and attorneys could, devise,
j, By these tests compare him the three-cent fare was' adopted by the last of the trunk lines of,'the !
State, namely the L. & N. Railroad in May 1911. A proportionate/
with his opoonents.! reduction of freight rates has also been secured. The pioneer1 work,

?J these tests he prefers! to( be judged rather than by declarations. done by Mr. Burr in his campaign of 1902 has been adopted as the
fixed policy of the- State and his entire administration asa Railroad' x
The politician's motto I is!, "CLAIM EVERYTHING" and Mr. Commissioner has been a continuous history of good results; obtained a
Burr's opponents are good claimers.Mr. FOR for the people by methods at once vigorous and unostentatious, and. by
means uniformly effective and unquestionably fair. :v
Burr has avoided that error. He has published no predictions.Do .
In Mr. Burr's private.a.well official life he has advocate
Clark." Mr. as ben'an 4
to beat
not about "the strong enough
worry man RE-ELECTION of progressive measures. In standing always for the rights and
Clark\ will be defeated. Therefore it only remains for you regardlessof interests of the people he has aroused opposition which he,could. have '
noise. easily avoided to his pecuniary advantages.It I

/ was largely due to the activity ot Mr. Burr that the legislative
., 't Vote your convictions enactment of 1907 giving the commission control. of the condition s
and value of the physical properties and equipment of common car-r
Vote for a real Democrat Hers was secured. '
He Has Made Good Treasurer
And the BEST man will Mr. Burr has taken a leading part in the affairs of the National;;* {

Prove the STRONG man. Associhtion of Railroad Commissioners. As a member of that bodyIn
-- 1904 he introduced a resolution calling\ for an enlargement' of the
READ BURR'S RECORD. Vote for- Who says so? powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission and on the adoption'of
the resolution, he was made.chairman of the committee to urge the's
R. HUDSON BURR The State Auditor in his report to matter before Congress. Following this action three bills were '
duced in Congress and a spirited fight was madebut the legislation'resulting
the Governor.The therefrom was not secured until the next session when the'*
For Congressman . Hepburn act was passed. This bill clothed the Interstate .Commerce
Commission, for the first time with effective power

.. ARTHUR T.. WILLIAMS. County Auditor. In 1910 the National Association of Railroad Commissioners' 'paid J
A. W. COCKRELL, JR., Mr. Burr the extraordinary compliment of electing him unanimously to'
G. M. POWELL" The various Grand Juries acting'since the presidency of that body. It was'conceded that he would.have been "
e reelected in 1911 had he not declined to serve. The significant ,im-f
Campaign Committee. he has been in office. portance of this honorable position is evidenced by the fast'that among r

Mr. Burr's predecessors; were Hon. Thomas M. Cooley" one,of. the, w.,

.........:................ Since .his election he has given up greatest constitutional lawyers the' coVintry has knd'wn 1 Host, Ma tIn'

: ERNEST MACH A. Knapp now presiding judge of the Commerce Court of the United, j
A.EMIL Maadard MACH OH Co.. all other business and attended strictlyto States-Hon.; Martin S. Decker, of the Public: 'Servlce:.Commission' . of' V

BROS..Z the duties of his'office.. New York. .. J- t
:, MAGI: As a public servant., Mr. Burr. has never,shirked a.duty. y4 .-
i i'--,' >r ' :' > lark Ltd'
Feed' and Sale Stable .: 'He is a good'busin man and has As a member of Congress Mn; Burr can' be depended upon to serve,,! (tIthe \ ,

Livery, people, instead of private' ,interests.' ,,.;:k'VfjY'-'i:::' 'I'.,,;',*'':';" I.. '., &;9'9V::: *"*',: >' ,

:.. : Agt. 'International Harvesting Co. : made. ,a success in the' business world. A vote for" ?Mr.'Burr,'means a vote for'Flo'rjda's. IY' I"honor"'and:\ \ :v'pW/f;/ .
t ? for the welfare of her people.' '.,'. 0., ,:;:J *'. '*,*>. .,,'.
,A.x: : : :I'CINLB:: I-I: :: :AVY' :f3A17rINGF.: ..' f
Z His property is in his own name. Respecfully .a"
Everything new and first class. We render prompt and : a ., : ';( .: 1
satisfactory service day or night. ARTHUR T. WILLIAMS; -.,,'!..' '
I : SSENGER'DEPOT His property and his bondsmen and -- - , ',OIOROI M POWELL-,-' '.. , r
A. W. COCKRELL: .. -' < '
Phone 113 Z successful business is ,
Kisslmmee, Flo. past career Campaign' CommitteeforR. : , ; 1JL: ;

........................... what he offers for protection of public ' HUDSON. ",BURR.:: t't,\
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'f earth She to has sell not, but the just whole choice He assures, :the 'public that at no TRAINS FROM:' THE !W.ES1i;" ' "''

bits.of it located in1FLORIDA' time will be use the 'public funds in pri..; ,(. 0 ''...- 'j,. ,:t"; ,
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; Various Treasurers have defaulted .
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CHOICE HOMES in the State from.'this :cause. ',"Seminole"South ', ti: > N

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Honesty and efficiency has characterized =; ;
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'Three new modern cottagesask'MRS. as ,County Treasurer. J .f,1..t, f'Jt 1';: .t..:.
... ?roqla Palmas Can'from,Chicago'; St. Lotus, CIa kdiamapoli*; Ltous--1frfcjr-; :'

about SUMMERS them. Then, again, ask yourselves why" vile, NadmUe,Atlanta and Bntiogkam U JcLoaviBe.1* ,T ;,,'': x ,": *: *'.:

J,:, LAKEVIEW; COTTAGE, near con this desire: ,among a ,few WHOSE' INTEREST DINING"OAR SERVICE, .' :V' '',;.J' : J\\ .::
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For information call on'or write to' ",.: 'r/Jf/
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Two years ago Congressman Frank Mr. Clark all ,belonged to the same ,f fo a high-toned gentleman who would + 'I
h , Clark made a speech at :Middlebnrg folks-the East Coast Railroad Command the respect of his fellow '
r; in which he. stated that only, two We have long. known that -Mr. congressmen and the second district . Candidate; for' CongressmanatLargew
jk , ,, ,y{I newspaper in this district opposed Clark was not the man to represent would once more enjoy'the respect .
y A II' his renomination. to ;: congress-the this district for reasons too apparent- it enjoyed when represented bT' sucb..
.' ,4 I. Clay County .Times and St. Augustine to discuss, but who of the three can men as Cooper and Davis.
+" :M teor. Mr Clark, at the! same didates announced should be honored As a member of congress Mr., Hil ..
,! time, fired some uncalled for remarks bythe people has been a questionwe burn 'would 'not forsake his party and ) I
around loose about conception of have been unwilling to decide up tell a republican congress that he was'
the mental inefficiency of the Times to the present time I ready to vote for any. robber tariff
..ditor, to which 'we took no exception 1,>>- schedule if he be given some .of the 4 .
knowing' we do that. it is "swag". as, Mr. Clark did. .
-. oj, an absolute- necessity for Mr. Clark'' If sent to congress Mr.. Hilburn ,
? to abuse somebody if he makes a will not' leave his duties in congress I, '
: speech, and we don't see that his to come to Florida< to tell us "fool" "
t'1 .I.; "Iambll linll" has hurt ti. a 'bit; in crackers who we must vote for, as
of it. for Mr. Clark did. Mr. Hilburn
fact ".e didn't hear several knows
it 3 months. we know Who, :we want to serve us, ," .
.', ,, The Times was the fiat newspaper and that when' we need a guardian
in this district to raise: its voice we'll make'p"t'Oper and formal appli- q 2 .
t against >Air. Clark and for a time it cation to the courts.
made the fight alone but there is Mr. Hilburn would not have votedan
plenty of ht'lp'no\\' tw..-i1irds of the expenditure of $75,000,000 to be
paper in the district t are opposing given annually to the Union soldiers, '
,', his nomination: this ;)'{"a'. as Mr. Clark did-a tax of $5 per .; "if
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.s, '' f Mr. Clark has resided at various year on every voter in this district. /5
time in four rotmtie* in Florida- Mr. Toomer is a good man and Mt. Hilburn would not join forces ,
r Polk. Duva-1. Columbia and AI"chua- Mr. Burr.has made a faithful railroad with a congressman from a northern 7,'
t and in each of these counties there commissioner and either of them State to do his own State millionsof t
are newspapers npprst i-r his nomination would make a worthy congressman, dollars injury as Mr. Clark has .., .' Vi
I and it never speaks well for but we have arrived at the conclusion done in the Everglades drainage row $
+lt ; a man when his own neighbors( turn after mature consideration, that he and his non-resident partner, ( 1 'J
lion. Sam Hilburn of Palatka is Bathrick r w t gr -" 'r ,
",y+ their backs on him. J. have' kicked Up. '."
r ,, We believe there are but four papers the man to beat Frank Clark with. In fact, Mr. Hilburn could be depended (
in the district supporting Mr. In point of ability Mr. Hilburn is upon at all times and underall 1 d
Clark-and some one mean enough Mr. Clark's superior; as a public circumstances to stand by his I'J
to say that three of these papers andCOUNTS speaker he is Mr. Clark's equal. He State and his party and his people. II

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.4.l'II' 11: //I AGAINST C L'RJ K"u: //I _ a' "'#.,1",;.

The record shows that he has been He has violently abused every Gov- and the public officials jf Florida'was '' i 3".\
\,, away from Washington more' than ernor the State has had for sixteen recently exhibited wnen both U. -- '(
I' half the time when matters of importance years ; he has gone up and down this S. Senators and at least one of his ;H\
r came to vote. commonwealth tongue-lashing all fellow rcpresentatieves were against -
His party record is had. He voted men and newspapers{ opposed to him; him in his Everglades investigationand
with the I Republicans on the tariff he has been maintained in his pres- the Governor felt called upon togo ;
kill, the Sherwood pension bill. His ent position !by the work and organi- Washington: to take the stand I hT'
'1. reckless language and attitude are zation and influence of the special interests in defense of the State which Clark's PRIMARY APRIL 30 1912. ;
such as to make him a person to be which he has attempted at all attack had brought falsely forwardas f5..r. :
feared and ashamed of I han a character hazards to protect but the time has the home of fakers and swindlers.
'' of power or influtnce arrived when even they have had All of these things' and many more, :
't He declared in his speech on the about all of Clark that they care for. has Clark done to the hurt and detriment To the Democratic Electors of Florida : ,

!!\' - )Everglades matter that he was willing The people of the State; and districtare of Florida. In the coming primaries you will, decide among other things, the
,w.J I for the people to be humbugged; verily sick and tired of hl'inrep,:: Haven't the people} had enough?
r I he declared in his tariff speech that resented in the National House of Now is the time to put the stampof vitally important matter of whom you will have to represent our entire "

he was willing for the people to be Kepresentatives by such a person. disapproval upon Frank Clark and State in the National House of Representatives at Washington. In .
robbed. His standing with his own colleagues his numerous iniquities.
asking you to favorably consider my candidacy for the office I have

_f l SAM HILBURN'S GOOD RECORD / been fair and frank with you. both in public print and on the stump, as .' \

yI' to all the planks of my platform including the views which I hold on "

( II In considering the candidacy of a But it is of his career as a legis- nients inaugurated by the "progres II over-progressiveness in our party, the TARIFF, the INITIATIVE

( man for public office, the voters lator that we wish to treat in this sives," and in his capacity as chair- REFERENDUM and RECALL ; the building of NATIONAL HIGHWAYS -
should acquaint themselves with the article, though limited space makesit man of one of the judiciary commit-
TRUSTS and the
record of the aspirant. If his actions impossible to more than touch tees was enabled to render splendid ;
9 in the past have been of a nature lightly upon the more important fea- service to the State. other questions of general public interest.
calculated to benefit the masses tures of that admirable record with His locomotive electric headlightbill
t t rather than the classes, then he is which we are intimately acquainted which is now an effective law, THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, in its issue of April 15, says the following -
1 worthy of support and endorsement. because of our association ac the last should entitle him to the favorable : Mr. Toomer is one of the best equipped men in the State for
If, to the contrary, his public life two sessions of the, Florida legisla- consideration of the general traveling -
E has been devoted to promoting the public and of all railroad men. public service at the nation's capital.:' I have not made extravagant

interests of the favored few at the ture.At the 1909 Session Mr. Hilburn wasa His insurance bill eliminating any claims either for my ability or for my experience but I now repeat
i': expense of the many then it matters recognized leader of the "progres- specified time in which claim for
: n' not how loudly he proclaims his sives" in the house of representatives damage' might be brought, was ex- what I have said many tines during this campaign, that if you no mi

(eve for the "dear pee-pul" and his and much of the good legisla- tremely meritorious. nate and elect me I shall! give to your service, while in Congress, the
I loyalty to their cause, his\ utterances tion enacted then be traced directly -
be cited
shoul fall upon unhearing, unbelieving or indirectly to his efforts. He Other special acts his might best that is in me and i I WILL SERVE THE PEOPLE OF THE ..
t tending! to prove ability as a
; ears. Bearing these self-evident the introduced and secured the passageof lawmaker and his energy as an offi- WHOLE STATE.-AND ALL THE PEOPLE-WITHOUT FEAR
# r truths in mind, we trust that
bill the advertisementof
a requiring cial worker in the interests of the
.rood democrats of this district will OR FAVOR OF ANY CLASSES.True .
k ; State lands prior to their sale. masses, hut 1 space forbids. However
records of
xamine closely into the
Students of political affairs have the of both the house and
M v 'ie: three gentlemen seeking congres-intelli- rightly said that this law was one of the journals senate show that he advocated/ to my promise made at the outset of the campaign, I have
onal hdnors and will then,
-ntly and unmistakably, cast their the really great acts of that notable increasing the powers of the railroad not stooped to attempts to belittle or bemean my opponents ; and such

F allots for the man who has ever session. commission; perfecting the primary attacks as \have: been made on me I have not stopped to answer-FOR -
and will continue to be a worker By this compelling publicity com- system; improving the public high
,': ;, .en"progressive democracy"-Sam.: petition has been invited in the sales ways; imposing stringent regulations THE ATTACKS HAVE BEEN UNWORTHY, OF ATTENTION
;, a; ", ,I J. Hilburn of Putnam county. of these coveted lands, and the finan- upon trusts; abolishing the convict That these attacks have been made shows the desperation of my opponents -
Rver since entering the cial benefits accruing therefrom can- leases system; and equalizing the
t jjc of1' his chosen profession upon -prac-the not fie overestimated. Suffice to say taxes. and, I am confident that such ungentlemanly tactics will meet :

tt- ll; ;law jn Palatka.. Sam Ililburn has that in one sale this act saved the' In brief, Sam J. Hilburn has fought just rebuke at the polls. "; .
.. been active in the' public life'"of his State a quarter of a'million dollars. ably'and earnestly for the rights of { f

v ,1 =r, lown'and county, and in all the State' Mr. Hilburn's record as'- a representative the* people, and his record has ever ,: I'' 1 f., ,,4yl,t ; I have visited personally many.places In all sect onSfthe': Stater ,;:_;
fb s" .' t ;'..!?\."no' community has been served more was so satisfactory to his "been such as to commend him to the ,..J' : ito. ; W ;i.. '
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C .Jw/i'ably,*more' honestly more energetically constituents that he was elected to voters. As a national legislator he'q'';; :' !1ft..l! "' and everywhere' my candidacy has been received.with hearty sympathy;,:: Ott! ;.
.. In whatever sphere! of usefulness the senate in the following campaign. would be equally as faithful and elli"I and voluntary assurances of support. The voter evidently: 'are on't''
: tried; he has been loyal to Aa 'a member of the "upper house"at cient, and would give such serviceas
: : his. people and faithful to the trust the 1911 session he was a potent would reflect credit upon Florida vinced that their Congressman-at-Large; should be dignified in his can-

I ....- -in him. factor in the many reform moveS and honor upon himself. vass for their votes and should have a sane platform: such as that upon

(Putnam Herald.) .
which I am making this race.
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n,. "- _, ____ _ '_-__ __ If you choose me "to serve ypu I will be faithful to the trust you

1 impose in me. Let me thank my friends all over the State for their

; CAND IDATE FOR GOVERNOR Cordial' support, and, at the same time, assure them that all indication's ,
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; enatr. Louis C (Massey point certainly to my nomination and election. Remember, that yon

7" ;, ", should vote for your choice for Congressman in your own district and also I J5

:, ..\" '_' -_ trust that yon will "Vote for Toomer, Too," a* candidate for that office from i,

I ""i"'tt '1't t' '?i 3r the State-at-Large. .<.'

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11 l ( v FOR SALE-A, few 10 acre tracts lu Pmedale, the 1ogoc Zeal 1. surburban t

:tY li.. f.I I It home property, where lands are high, well drained, healthful beautrful location, ., ;
: 1 : ;' iI _ t overlooking; the lake and a pretty view of the town; these are splendid trucking- '
'. ___ + and citrus fruit land and will become very valuable, being In the suburbs of an '
1r,, .t excellent cite town that Is growing rapidly. Prices vary from (SO to
$100 per count terms of payment'if desired. We have a few, tract "
: A ...' I 1 'vht improved and ready for business. .U "
Klssimmee' Fla; e
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I FOR SALE-Fleming home. Inside the city limits, beautlful' home +t? ,'ng''
of 6 rooms, all nicely furnished excellent porch in front and -one side; sufficient- t .. '
out-buildings; sufficient well, iM feet deep pure soft water water rises to with + ,
a 1 1r' in 18 inches of the topof the ground; ; several citrus fruit trees, grapes, berries, '
5'r' t all kind of nice ornamental shrubbery and flowers. A beautiful home, close In. '
yW Owner says "SELL". Come, let us show you. s t.
> Mafq _ . Kissimmee. F1.. _.. ,_. ,+ "
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-,'r''I f SPLENDID HOME AND ORANGE GROVF-About 3 acres, seven'' ,A.
J" 'room house, good deep well, inside'the city limits, owned by a Georgia man.." -. w
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+ Price $3750, terms. Jf deslred.,1...
Kissimmee, Fla., it'i ,,
EARL FARM 15 acres inside the city: limit nice location 6\ room boas '. ,,
stables young grove, nice forest grove, good trucking and fruit land, owner lives ',:;
in Kansas, and will sell at a reasonable price or would rent the' property for 'i'e'
.th $200 per year. V.
0.. The same party ha a 20 acre tarm just outside of 'town a short distance: :"1 q
which we-will sell at ;
a bargain price. I f ':
'..( :." We have any kind of a farm, city property, or grove, or Investments of a safe .",1;"
and rei able nature: ...y"
Candidafe. for Re-nomination NELSON REALTY-CO. := ", ,
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1. tWUH.: ,1912, 4. TH& KISSIMMEE: VALLEY'GAZETTE ', '1'1; ;, ,t

P the- HUNKER .CORNERSPlay 1 I . .

Proceedings of I: . .
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: onnty.Commissioners ,Presented by'Success Local Talent. Is a If, ,It's"' QualityBuy I -

Complete' 1a
!I The production of the comedy Hunker : -

,.i. Kl simmee. Fla>. April 1. 1912., 'e Corners, by local talent last Fri *

t" The Board of County Commissioner day night was a success every way.

.;t. ,In sndfor'. the county of Osceola, Statet" ..1 ,
of Florida,"met In regular sell Ion onj tically perfect in their parts, and the ar rmoturs !

j r.; the--above date, there being present 1 13.i play kept the l largecaUdlence in a continual -U I' ,
i,. L.,Lesley;. chairman; E. L. D. Over: attack of hllatity.. The audience TAR
:t.. street.A;; ,; ro Bass'and W.( S. peree, was very large, standing room only bee: '
"*- Commissioners; W. B. Crawford. 'attor'ney -:' ing. the rule. long before time for. the

.." for'the, Board, and R. G. Johnston, performance to begin: : :
clerk. So many were disappointed 'at hot 4vb'J 11
. ',. Minutes of last; meeting 'were read being able to see the play Friday night .

and approved. that it was repeated, to another .large I .
,*' The following, bills were" examined, audience last night. The. comedy was
' .approved..d. warranta'ordered drawn!: : given for the benefit of the seating

E L LciiUr.oominta lon.r... I '. oil.. fund of the Christian. "church. The a. ..
, E [. D Omratmt,commies and mileage. 5 00 performance on Friday night cleared k
. -4 A r Bui 800 the sum of $133.30. The figures for
1 ,W8pe..ree ," ;r 20 WVsm ..
Agnew A Crawford legal MnrloM ID W.y lastj; night, are not available, but a considerable a a
". $. O. Jobnitoiv clerk and auditor 57 W, ) amount was, added. It is the We
,>' J IE Baal,janitor.:. MOO present plan to present the play at St.. ....,. always want new customers. .

?O O F rParker.PrT.',nty-nTtnIle eere Jail) .Judge... 87 12 50 V Cloud in the near future. and "VERIBEST"canned: We,. tremble holding our old' ones, because treat, them ',

', J L aDd MM...... .8000 88'siV A Tribute (lo the Rose. meats at price that defy 'right ," and the'goods we sell to them are of such good, quality ,.I ry"I
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*. oil broom for court TIOUM' t 5; BY' MYRTLE BILLIARD LIGHTSEY. competition, and fully guaranteed that they are sure ,to come back for more. 'rF
.W O dtmpbalUwlUCH. 1 00
'it I.Campbell. "- ... 1110 How I long for the time byWEST
Dr.B Dm-briUra,attending prisoner... fl 00 When I will be able
Tampa Tribune,blndm for ab. boob..5: 00 To always have a boqu tIn -- .
n Drr.8u1l\.u.ID.lnteDC.\ ...r...... 5 00 KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S
A W poor farm ..... .. 7800 the center of my table.
Waton-Carion Oro Co,mule feed ., 1M 20 The roses are very beautiful,
Q W Alhton. road payroll .' ., 582 00
And they smell so very sweet,
ooart botuw Osceola Hardware
Osceola Htrd Co. md for 170 Co.
road loppUra . 0 40 They make things look cheerful
Oireola Joureal.ab.onplfOna. ... .. 16 M And one enjoys to eat. *'
Kl.ilmroe Light Plant light for Jail. 19 20
Waterwoilu, water for Jail 40 41 With roses in the center, .
B C Miller,com ai.trcmurer H* 14 And a cloth that's snowy white, Phone 250 Quick Delivery
O L Bandy, com at tax collector .. 197 MKlMlmmee A table full of good things'
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I Lumber Co.
My! what a glorious sight.
W 11 MaklDnon Co road nuppllen. IS It i,
Valley G.i..lte, print and ubacrlpllone" r.ll M One can just eat a plentyOf ,
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3 N Smith. road worf salad cake and chicken pie ---- --- ,
John Itronnon.road. work 10 00 '
... And lots of other good things 1 I
O F Parker coq't coott GG: C.W. GRIFFIN r ;
C P rYevatu*3url: CO.IK 10 10 They just can"t let pass by.
Kln lmmei?>rui:Co mipphea' eta\ CORRECT STYLES
children watch the old folks,
. Waiting
/ W'l'bo """n. burrlug Jim HOHU 8 Mi Staple and FancyGROCERIES
, C FPry aft, feeding prlnonerii 6!> JFp*er... wltnvn I Wf" They are getting awfully hungry-
,., ;,' pitman, wllnon, 'I <110 Seems to them they eat a week. FORMEN
. J C Ward wltnoin (HiCalrtu i
RIcbardKou. .wUnnR 2 o: Then the olderones tell stories '
H W wearer wUne . 2'0' "
... .. And are so very gay ;
Mary Tbomp on, wltncw 20"OeoBapnoo
wltnvn .200 They seem to never think Free Delivery to all Parts Just. received another lot of the famous . ""
O W A.h'on. lUonTIKvr I'.)roll. 2U5 64 They've waited in the same way. .of the City; ..
W 8 Holton. core Tom ..1"\',,, 11 -VJFlrlt SCHLOSS
But last leave the BROTHERS CLOTHING
at they room
"'.llou.lliallk. Interest :S3 :ii: I ;;
.. .. .. 2fi.Wi Places for the children are sec, '
W J dean,COKU Havage Appeal cue ItiQ 91 Then they have lots of fun The almost in style, but not at the expense of comfort; or, the a

Paid warrants were ordered cancelled Eat all they wi nt. you oet. utmost in comfort, but not at the expense of style Bay a / '
from the various funds in the following N SCHLOSS SUIT thb and choose' would.
We should be very thankful year a* an expert .I
amounts : The
'Revenue. . . . . . . . .$ 773 30 To God, so true and kind, "

Road . . . . . . . . . 885 13 That we can see the beautiesOf SHOES_. f' )
this world, and are not blind.I ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY 1 4Ifll-
4 Fine and forfeiture. . 273 36
'fax Collector filed .tateme.nt of poll love all kinds of flowers DOUGLAS FLORSHEIM I-IANAN t
,, taxes collected. $502.00. But I love the rose the best $4.50 $5.00 $6.00"" i'
And I hope<< Ill be remembered
Tax Collector's license report showed When I am laid at rest JOURNALThe Satisfaction in every pair. ,In all the leather( *. ,{
amount collected for the county, $40.60. .
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Tax Collector and Treasurer filed The Gazette Interests Him. .
their reports showing. amounts collected "Your Size" Collar Neckwear all.Price.
in the various funds. Arcadia, N. Y., April 15, '12. Biggest Newspaperin ,

Revenue .. ... . . ... ..... ... .$ 4620 27 Kissimmee.Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, the South .

:Fine and forfeiture,;,v-,.. . ,,..?, 2586 62 Fla; '. '--_ .... STRAW HATS EVERYTHING WHITE DUCK TROUSERS ;
School fund . .. I,I ... . '4668 40 Gentleman wish to thank you for The regular price of The Atlanta -I $Z-SO to $3.00 ., I : 1 ; ., \ NEW'R,; ': '',' '"! .$1.50 to $I.7S '' ". I 1 I ".'
..., 4307 58 the paper YOU have sent .
Road fundWv-nr* ? ,*',iL. .* complimentary: SemiWeekly J Journal, 75 t. n ( s.e,pd'!rd54a3x I! :+:>tti}1" : 4 -I Ii .1
Special fund .,....,..;.;,'..... 71 06 me for the past two months, I have If will send '
Convict lease . , . . :. .'. . 6OO 60 taken -a great deal of interest and cents a year. you us ,
S. S. D. No.1. . . 274 84 pleasure in reading your paper; after your order, you can get

S. S. D.: No.2. . .. . : . 35 59 I had read awhile it seemed like getting .
The KIssImmee
S. S. D. No. 3 . . . 1548 96 a paper from home. I have takena H. C. STANFORD CO.

S. S. L). No.4. . . . 94 62 great deal of interest in Florida, especially Valley Gazette
Kissimmee, and if ever the hl
Upon motion of A. F. Bass the board opportunity ,I
presents itself to go South I a.nd. the
decided to continue the subscriptions to
the local newspapers, aa they had heretofore certainly shall go to Kissimmee. .
gem1-Weel 1y .
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for another six months; where Respectfully yours, Atlanta '. 1\-\.

upon Mr. Stalker appeared before the D. EARL TILDEN. Journal 1 ter. iM.: . .... .1'.J), yhr t"'
board in behalf of the Journal and requested .7 .' ffj7
that the board divide the subscriptions A SAFE SUBSTITUTE ..-.- both. ozx. :3r.B.r 1.',4 ' ,

and. Valley equally Gazette between; W. B. Harris the Journal then FOR CALOMELA FOR ONLY $1.75 { h.k y

,polce in behalf of'the Valley Gazette, Sleep that Refreshes : .

telling the board of the (good work that Mild Vegetable Medicine for the
wa being done by his paper, and askedt
Liter That I Free from .the Send In Your Subscription -, '
the board to leave Fhe subscriptions as the mattress ,
Depends largely": on .
A motion' then made Dancers of the Ppwerfol
they were. was *
I by A.: F. Bass to leave the subscriptions Chemical, CalomeLThe Right Awayto {L you buy. The mattress must' be of J' ,: '

iH, a*r they bad''seconded been and in'the past which this paper not t toe the Atlanta r uniform :thickness, gentlyelastic.;:'to.. ; ti 'it".

':-the was board.duly passed by the Kissimmee Drug Co. has a mild, .Semi-W eekli ,Journal/; \ -. conform-tb 1 body lines ,at; the, "' .' ,t.

J. M.-'Lee, then appeared before the vegetable the place remedy of'the that powerful successfullytake mineral : ,: same "time :suppprting the/ sleepei;' I '. " \ f J

'board. requesting the board to recom.mepd. drug calomel, the old-fashioned' liver M without, .pressure. 'f ,v ; .(:\
the cancelling of all tax ce ttlft- medicine. This remedy I Is Dodaon's ' I ... .1 oj '
;.;cater &g'alaat't.he 'following described Liver-Tone, Is very pleasant tasted I .. '
.prop rtyt Begin, 12} chains west and 12 liquid that give quick but gentle relief AtWW' .. The PrincessM ttress :;
.c alns north of,,the center of Section I, from constipation without the bad aftereffects ..".. . ' ,
;26, 18, run north'' chains, 'west 6 which so often follow taking oe G'e'the .: I. '10" .; i. : ; r' ': "

i chain, BOuth'8 chain*.and east 5 chain calomeL following parcels of Orange,Vegetable 4J 'is made'of cottoaiwoven by our specially designed;, : .:. :
to place of beginning' After some dls- ,, Bodson's LiversTone i Is fully guaranteed and General Farming Land : Jt-' ., h r *. machinery.into J layers'of,light fluffy,felt! one layers\ : ,
'cusalon- the board recommended that to be a perfect substitute for calomel "placed the to insure uniformity, of.' u.
located Jn"Orange ,countylorida.Terms ., r1 ,upon' .tqthc.r!: : : : '
,arae be cancelled upon payment of and if buy a bottle and. 1 It ... 2 .
you furnished .
: : 'thickness. .Iti;:' veifihs full.,50 pouds,Jand.i is.en t I
.f 10 and clerk'' coats. doe not entirely satisfy you, the Kis-, No. 1-1.440 Acre at $20 an. acre. ,//:''a' '\ cased in'ticldng;artistic};tin ""design=plain stripe:or' I .. +w'a'
The bonds of M. Tiller and. Paul K.W.Iwer sun nee Drug Co. will promptly give No. 2-840 Acres at *14 per acre. ', -'., !""t
i aa notaries public were ape you your money back upon request. No. 8-1,254 Acres at $14 an acre. '\ /: .vlnr :i I fancy; -:.of-durable t ) quality\ :T ."' : '
kproved- It is fine for both children and grow I No. 4-612 Acres at f 18 an acre. t : :Ours: is. the oldest,, flartjest.arid best equipped : U WiJ VI

r' Gf Tt Barber appeared before ths! people. No.No. 6 6--810 760 Acres Acres at at|$15 15 an an acre.acre. I ..; .' factory in the lOuth"lor the/manufacture,' of hat.1 1" ,.

board and asked that they would not You'll never regret if subscribe I No. 7-960 Acres at $12.75 per. acre. \ r tresses!/,THE PRI ICFS$' is' our'spel ialty.": We' .. .4 .
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put their graded road through his fivesacre -. for the Gazette. . No. 71-640 Acres at ia.6O an acre. I ./I sell under a'60 n1ghts'trial ,promising refund J. .; : .,.
., No. 8-1.120 Acre aUI2.76 an acre. I .
since-It would 'make It i
tract \ No. 9-600 Acres at $30 an acre.No. .,> your are not'satisfied. We are safe 'J.S' --
'.-worthless to him;' he agreed to give the siructed E.. I... Lesley) ;, chairman., to *.s, .,10-480 Acres at$ acre. 'I: ''so : I moner.Jf you ., ,
..Commissioners fifteen feet,of his land that she not transportation.home. No. 18-600 Acres at 112 per acre. ; : } in doing this becausewe'emptoy none but expert ;("
should they wish'to go around said The question a* tor what was to be, No. 18-660 Acre at 15 an acre.. riuymamma. workmen of long'experience who make THE :. '

'property., G. W,. :Ahton' then spoke done with the county convict was I No.No. 16-640 14-610 Acres Acre at at S14$12.76 an,an Kern acre. 1 . '. h >f PRINCESS by hand in 'a large, well' .,lighted' J".: Ii.f
before the board and said that this road taken 'and after some discassion the, '' .. .'
I up No. 17-600 Acre at $11 an acre. .f i f" N.,4' thoroughly ventilated factory, >,
,waa not originally 'intended to cross thin board upon motion, decided to leas, No. 18-800 Acres at $l2.75 an acre. '. : '. r a' , '. ';

,'It; flvr-acre tract; and. that he thought thee them for another yeas, and instructed I No'I91,040Acreeat'12.75anaere..No.. 20 920 Acre at $12.75 an acre.. _' Ask your dealer He should te able to : If not,': j .
proposition' made by G.' 1. Barber,wu the clerk to advertise for bid for same. OfNC SS write direct to us. B sure you are informed before you buy.'| I .
". a good one; therefore the board ordered The board in deciding'to lease the 'con TITLK BONO AND GUARANTEE V ,

th.,road to be ran around said property seta took' into consideration the cost COMPANY. . Ghols .- .TJ n 1i TJ Txajoa.; M ,
;,.and so instructed Road Superintendent of cages .te.l..d] the number sent out ."N"ORD 1&.4t I I. FLORIDA G '' -
G. W.. Ash ton., by this. county. .Springbed Co., a ,.

The question' of of the Upon motion,; duly seconded, 'theBoatadjourned .- - - - ... ATLANTA'OA .t
inmates of the poor farm, Rachel ,Syl-; to,meet again I tn regular WANTED-To'rent"for!: summer, for "SAN FELT Marvuf&ctmrora .. :"
nisbed furnished hour doe
t or partly ; < l: '
''i tester, back to her home in PenMyl.i .session. in. ,Not too large. Must have cone t Bat
i .\;;.anl.'w.'tak *6p\Knd the board upon J t R: q1 'JOHNSTON. , tenets, and be reasonable.. L..'K. Dears MMTRESSG .

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1 ':'12 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY; GAZETTE April. ', :'1W3JI : '

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FmlU and I I.. much pleased with ,his MISCELLANEOUS I FOR- nice lot or cold lunch'Tint rootrf f ,

St Cloud holding h....> next to Pc toMee. Lunches sent '..a' V.,
Mr. A., P. Thayer Mt Tuesday for Classified Advertisements ; 1 phone calls .Phone 164. I-U' '
Hammon WU., but he will return PENN E. .nt for. Sayman Soap 4) :
soon, as he has built a nice home here.A and remedies,
On April 18th..Mrs.; E, E. Williams' surprise and farewell party was we wU( get a drink of the best, soda,
sy s given at the Lake View Hotel Monday of GET'' H. .N. BRATTON to drive'your water made. 81-tf
; opened her beautiful home on Michigan evening In honor of the proprietor and Advertisements are in.e1ted under this head at the rate > 5 Ceati, :

V; avenue and 15th St. to Rive a surprise his wife Mr. and Mr.. Tilton. ,A very .. per line each: Insertion. artesian'wells.; 43-tf BLUE. RIBBON Ice Cream, ,best in81tf .

and pink tea party in honor of her: pleasant evening wa spent In telling ,. town. Kissimmee Drug Co. ,
stories and WADE the tuner. Orlando.
unglnir. Among_
friend Mis Margaret Mc mew. 'The' present were, Mr. and Mrs.. Warner, FOR SALEFOR SHIP your produce to U. W. Judy &; AN Intelligent person mar earn $100' ?
? room and table were decorated'' with Dr. and Mrs. Gibbs,Mr. and Mrs. De- Co.;', Tampa, Fla. Write, them for WAlTED-The sweetest thingout for monthly No corresponding for! ,
pink ribbon. and pink hitters J. Ant pew. Mrs. Nelson, Miss Nelson Miss stencil. 49-tf Fuller Greeme pers. canvassing. Send for par
i SALE-By owner, Z. W. Bas., your Candy- ticular: Press Syndicate, B 2846
invitation was glveh to the Woman'. Marion Baxter, Miss Katie Claussen, 3. lots 60x133. making l.150x183, 3- fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug Lockport. N.Y. {'
Mr. Bert Harmon I HAVE for
t Mr. Neighbor and or would trade for Company: 83-'tf ''Ing for cash and "
Relief Corp and Drum Corp Lir. room cottage $500, $225 saleJ '
Mr. J. O. New. and Mrs. Tilton good eney milk -cows, one I'' HAVE FOR SALE trade '
$12 If would
4 month until paid for. or
; of Mrs. E. E. Williams Mrs. W. you
expect to leave soon to spend the wish to see the property phone (fo. extra. good young saddle horse one LUNCH ROOM-The place tor a nice for good young Jersey milk cow, one'
' A.. Stewart, Mrs. M. J. Warner, Mrs summer in the north. 73, Kissimmee Fla. Property Is nearly new rubber tired runabout, hot or cold lunch short order meal, extra good young. saddle horse one, i.
i Gessford. Mr. Mantle Bride Mrs J. about one mile southwest from depot. some good town lots close In, and or oysters, any style visit the lunchroom nearly new rubber tired runabout, ,;+, ,..4,j.

H. Ladner Mrs. Cooley, Mrs. Perkins, WARNING Also have other houses and lots and some extra nice five-acre tract Just next to Poatomce. Phone orders some good town lots close in, and ";t,
outside the
of' city limits. This stuff is promptly delivered. Phone 164. some extra nice five-acre
Mr. Mrs. four tracts 40 acres each, cheap tracts Just .' I ,
Williams. Mrs. all first class, and musthave '
good 9-tf outside the limit
six miles ont. 2-tf city This stuff is .c
i'N' Mrs. Tomalaon, Mr. Pierce, 'Mr*, stuff In return. Downing Realty all first class, and must have good . ; : ,

I Widrig, Mrs Townsend, Mrs Depew To the Democratic 'Voters of Osceola KELLERSTRASS White Orpington Company. 18-tf FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass stuff in return. Downieg Realtr it; I
,A Mrs. Woodard, Mrs. Wallace Mrs Eggs: $2 for 15i.; cockerels $2 each; Market, No. 189. 19-tf Company. '-_ ,IoU I",
County : also White! Wvandottes, Dustin FQR SALE-Forty acres high rolling :i
;, Robinson, Mrs. Hedrick, Mrs. Giffln.Mrs. I trust you will not be deceived by strain, eggs: $1 for 18. (5 per 100. land near station on main line of rail WOOD' strand $1.25 five strands FOR RENT' '. :',)
1, : Gibbs Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Pinedale Chicken Farm Box 43. per ;
1 the agents of BIG BUSINESS in FlorIda road twelve miles from Kissimmee. (&78. Kissimmee Lumber Co: 29-tf C J ,
Mobs Messrs. Lad- Phone 191-6 rings. 154tpdANNOUNCEMENT Small F ,
and Mrs. Bailey. part deep muck for
, who are exerting their best efforts gardening I DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Tn"i
Ladner, Williams, Cooley, Warner. and spending"somebody's good rest finest citrus fruit land; no palm- FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull ler. .
Martin, Gessford, Burbank, Depew, money I ettoes. Will sell all at $30 'per acre Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf \ 'r ys
to induce you to vote for Underwood i on easy terms or will divide. S. S. FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat,. at;
a F. C. Roberts and Dr. Gibbs. All enjoyed for President. I Souders. 'Phone 260. 8-tf with all conveniences''
this |
Investigate political I IIANDSOME new flat for rent, with city ApplY'to;
#' the following program, which the "frame up" to "deliver" the vote ------ -- -- - all modern 'conveniences. Apply at I W. B. Harris, Gazette office. tf ,
I ''. hostess had prepared. Music by 'Mrs. I' COOK'S STRAIN, thoroughbred Buff the Gazette office. 18-tf .i', I '
of Florida to Wall Street's candidate TO THE PUBLIC
: FOR RUNT-A large -room house and
1-1 Orpington, eggs, $1.60 for 15. G. At .l.
E. E. Williams, Mr. Depew and Mr. -- -- ---- '
and the deceive : beautiful. ":
repudiate attempt to Gilbert. 8-tf spacious ground On, Main
Burbank. Gibbs made 0<:]1>0 ANYONE anywhere can start sT mail '
;rfl Dr. some remarks you by voting next Tuesday for WOOD-1 order business at home. No street, in North Kissimmee. Price ,

7 i and also read the flag that made ROW WILSON, the Democratic cham- I hereby announce to the public FOR SALE-Three residences. One in Be your own boss. Send canvassing. for free $25 per month. Nelson Realty Co. 'III

men free and all marched around the pion of the great mass of common peo- that I am locatedJn Kissimmee, Eureka addition, $600; one in booklet. Tells how. Heacock. A 2144, ,-- -- ----_.. -- --..- + 12-tt
house to the music of the fife rand Fla. I am a first-class mechanic addition addition Lockport N. Y. FOR \
ple of. thin Nation. $1,500one( j in Bass' I RENT-A large house and five ,;"
in all Rinds of construction work.
$ drum Mrs Gibbs, $2,600. Waters & Carson Grocery J acres of ground Inside the city limits
corps, singing by The ---- -- ---" ,
men who urge .you to vote for I can build any kind of buildings
recitation by Mrs. Bride, singing by Company. 51-tf I I HAVE FOR SAL, or would trade about one mile from the postofflc,
Underwood are not sincere, and they you 'may need, large or small; or Nelson Realty Co. It-tt '. I16tf
'; + Mrs. Depew, Mrs. Gessford and Mrs. I any kind of repair work, cabinet for good: young Jersey milk cows, .
r impose on your intelligence when they MUTTON fresh, fat and fine, at the extra - - ,
one good saddle horse
work, in fact young "
; Warmer Alice Ben Bolt, by Mrs. porch swings, or FOR RENT-Ear] "
q, song tell you Underwood will win. Do not I Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf one nearly new rubber tired runabout property consistingof ,,
Gibbs. The guests then turned their i anything. some good town lots close in .20 acres of ground II miles from ..
be deceived. Woodrow Wilson is ,
the limits cl:
attention to the refreshments, sandwiches in EVERY STATE while Un- i Drawings furnished forordinary WE,-Have listed some of the most desirable and some extra nice five-acre tracts the city city limits. ;Nelson also 15 Realty acres i inside Co. :
buildings. ; :
ice served. property on the market both I just outside the city limits. This
cakes and tea was
3i dewood 1 in being voted for in only FIVE, Estimates cheerfully given on city and county, which we olTer at : stuff is all first class, and must have 12-tf C.
In the centre of the table was a large and Clark and Harmon aJo NOT candi- all lines of work. the lowest prices to be obtained. good stuff in return. Downing Realty I

i cake in pink and lettered in pink icing, dates in these FIVE. There is a reason : I have formerly lived in Pitts-. There is no padding of prices by us. Company. 18-tf I FOR either RENT-Two furnished rooms with bath' '

: and Miss McEvnew as guest of honor for this. burg, IVnna.. for the past 12 every piece of property sold at exact.pri..e .,I Close In. Price reasonable.or unfurnished.S. J. :-,

cut the'cake. Dr. Gibbs made some Two months Pleasant Holt, the I I years and am th roughly competent placed on it by the owner I i FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished i! Souders, Mabbette street. It ..
remarks in behalf of Miss McEvnew. ago to do any line of work. Write us your requirements and we I I rooms, with kitchen, bath, etc., if I -- -- ., J
directing genius in this Underwood Can give A No. 1 references to will do our best to please you, by I' desired. Close in; no children; lake FOR RENT-Modern 6-Toom house in .
r The assistant committee was Mrs. J. Eugene Mathews Candidate for and moral standing in all showing just the kind of view and nice
fight ; : ability property you shade. Address P. 0, I center of town; $22.50 r per month.
H. Ladner, Mrs. Warner and Mrs. A National Committeeman, Governor Gil- my former places of abode. A desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf I Box 125. It P. O. Box 431. V\ 1
t P. Woodard. The drum corps played I man 'that will deal with you stricly r
christ, and other prominent men, were - ,
several selections during the afternoonand' honest and sir iglitforward in ---- q-- .
R .
warmly championing Harmon as the every respect. i '
all departed wishing Miss Mca I Advertisement
B. LOGICAL candidate ; now they all i .
Evnew happy return to her home and think Underwood the PROPER man. i I JOHN H. DASH .' -- - --,
'b a safe return here in the fall. Miss The entire Harmon press of Flori la I I'. O. Box 144 Kissimmep., Fla. STATE OF FLORIDA)

McEvnew will leave on Monday for turned from him almost in a night, following I ,
an UNDERWOOD Caucus in __ 'v_. ..r..a.I -t ... OSCEOLA COUNTY
I. t her home in Indianapolis, Ind. Jacksonville There is a reason but )

Mr. and Mrs. Shambow who have UNDERWOOD 1 ia not the REASON. I .

pent the winter here in their bungalow The Democracy nf fhis state is PRO. COPY '
+ > on Carolina avenue returned GRESSIVE. Will it allow these overnlltbtconverledlUnderwood I t
men to deceive -
a r Monday to their home in Montana. ; and deliver it into the Corporation I

r J Re' W. L. Hackittfrom Port Tampa campT That is what your vote for
City, spoke In the Presbyterian churchon Underwood will help to accomplish.Are Personally appeared before me a Notary Public Yin

last tiunday you going to be a party to the

+ scheme TGovernor and for the State of Florida the undersigned' A. F.
Paul Warne. and his friend Mr., Wilson stands for all that is .

jocose who are going to school at best In our citizenship. The fulfillment t

Winter Garden, was the guests of the of his gubernatorial campaign pledges Bass who being duly sworn deposes and says that some
is of his
a bnght promise pr-sidential
formers over
: parent Sunday. usefulness. His record is unassailable;
Mr., Easton left on Thursday for his his abilities great; his politics clean. I time during the month of October 191O being prior to the

it + .rammer home at Watervlait, Mich., W. B. CRAWFORD.- I .

a"' .and him family will follow him as soon - General Election which I took place in November 191O and M- 1 1at

y ,a* school la i out. Mr. Easton has a MUST BELIEVE IT

nice bone on) Ohio avenue and also an I :+a \
A' !acre and one quarter near town and which Election George F. Parker was a candidate for the'J.,, ;

,t, vinUnd* to set out a grove next year. When Well-Kn.w. Kutinuaee People SAFE ,GROCERIESto

The Eastern Star ,is office of County Judge the said George F. Parker did. j
contemplating Tell. It So Plainly. buy; Safe groceries to eat: Satisfactory :
having a hard time;party in the''I'' 'near groceries l to torDIB'BL'E -- ,
: : pay ; '
future. Look out for the *date. When public endorsement is made by send ,, me ; ,? without'tsolioitllaion> : on(.:my;: part ,;;, one ,'", ((1)) '', ga "'lon. ., ''.!>, '' .\
representative citizen of, Kissimmee :. ' ; ' , ' " ;: 'J" ,' .+ I ' ,, ' f'
,.\ ; "
Mr. James Litchflald and Miss Delia ft '' NJ'' u "tt 'J '
i'XvSvVl; ; ;,,;, y,,tflr'j\ \. ,, r I ,\\ $ of""
the proof is positive. You' must believe \; \ \ ji'9JrI,; ) \\j./. ,1I" I I"j.Aj 1kJ/ :, lcd'i.: et /t.;AP\\ 1 I'
Adam from Doops addition left on & SONNew ofwhi Bkey'iHto; ; \"' be/'used t1;<;lniilthesiToampaign! to \ fur.therFdhi,\ ,?,: '''- ? r Tit \! :
it. Read this testimony. . .
Monday to Elkador. Iowa. We are I Every . .1 I Ican'dldacy

is :glad to know that they will return. in I backache sufferer eve'ry man, woman whiskey '
KailVudge/ or child with any kidney trouble will and that said was. so distributed for 1

G : Parker of Kissimmee, was in find profit in the reading.C. Houses.We J
W. Campbell. Bryant and Dilling- such purpose. -
St. Cloud on Satuidav.
have several desirable new houses
bam streets, Kissimmee Fla, :
'Mn.,Kimes of.Lake Gentry, had a says under construction which we are offer. :?'I'I0'
"I have used Doan's Kidney Fills and ( Signed ) A. F. BASS .
'.very narrow 'escape from being bit know from personal experience that ing for ssle. All of these houses are \

v by a even and a half toot rattle snake. this in desirable locations. Secure one of ,V ,
they are a remedy of merit. 1 got
N Mrs Klme' was picking blackberries them for next winter at a lower price .
preparation from the KIsiimmee Drug
long'the shore of the lake when 'she than will 1 basked for them later in the Subscribed and sworn to before me. {
Co. It
and relieved
me of a lame and i
s' .beard the rattle but thought It was aching back and othbr symptoms of leason. H. M. Breaker & Co.,_ 1ft-tf this 24th day of April A. D. 1912.H. ; i
th* tin which she had teethed to --- -
cap .
'' kidney complaint I cheerfully recom- D. ColVin ,
the basket rattling on the 'berries. It Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine '
mend 1
Doan's. Kidney 'Pills for
concider Public '
washer' good fortune, just in time to Company has accepted the agency forth Notary .
look down at her' feet them worthy of praise. Cartercar, one of the most wonderful a
to see the rattles SEAL My commission expires
a For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cars of the age, and will in'a few ( ) w
+u _&k. a* !it was .coiled and ready Ito g '
i centFoa er.llilburn Co., Buffalo, days haw a shipment of these pars on Jan. 12. '
spring upon her; WIW rare ',presence: sole hand which they will lake pleasure in 1
Mew York for the United , .
agents ,
y, of mind she got one of &tie" oar'' from States. bowing to all. 15-tf .' 'y .", '....y. ",, "
tr ,
the boat nearby and killed the monitor, --- 1 I' . : 's
Remember the nameDoan'andtake subec'ribefOPt.h. : .
You'll if ,
regret you
which measured twelve Inches around ,
no other .. Gasvtie. ". ,
i ..It body. : :I '
Q'r' ,1Mf. and Mrs. :Fenlmore who 'have The above is 'being circulated in rebuttal' o'f, ,' r'
a .pent th.'wlnter'' in St. Cloud In their Mr. Par-ker's claim that he is a Prohibition advooate. One'
..home on Ohio avenue started Tuesday single fact of this class upsets all the .theories of ,

for their borne in Denver, Ind. They those ,who endorse brim as to his real' character. '

ztJ '+nll return herra in the fait'; "

.Mrs.- ':Minnie' Wright of Carolina (Signed) T._ M. Murphy.. .y'
t __ '
avenuev Went Orlando for visit on

l 'Saturdayreturning on:; Tuesday.. 7 iH '<11I

Mr-Brinkman,. whohas been visiting I I

t mined. .;Camming* for' somtim, old II I 4 ., I t, I :l W

oiaTueada1'to his home in. H ; +

,, Mission" Michigan.: Mr, 'Brinkman r I :. JUDGE MINOR "JONES

yttV lived neighbor to Mr. 'Cummings' for ;, ._ .**

24 years in Michigan: and. 'while here 7 '

'k ''wa; very ranch pleased with.Sty ri.Cloud.Mr. ? ,,,", ENDORSES LANDIS .,

Y>M 'r W and Mr ;, iWh ry and daughter } .

Ada Mrs. Bdn;' 'and .daughter;; Helen,' ,. ai at:i f

1 left"on 'Tuesday for 'their'1'home hi I II I Titusvllle, Fla.* April ,12 1912, '

t( ,!' :Scenery HiiU Pa.t H aly't -' ' '
'Bev. James: print from Donaktson-
'> :vale waa.lQ, Cloud Monday ", '. }
night and torganlied i Holiness" Associ- I have receive so many letters from about the circuit asking information about Mr, '. ,"'-

r 'anon with 2S member 'They elected Gary D.'LAftdis; and his ;qualifications that I have concluded; to answer publicly, and s9 pay ', 1 : :

Iii /as'.their: I president, Mr.",W. Mllar,. f. ,brief tribute to him before, the people. My gratitude, to him for his loyal friendship to me, I. .j ."f I

az' .:>"" MTtaryr....'Meeut\r
; f .Mr, Draper: ha:'"lft\ for Missouri 't.1 1r vouch for him as..well. 1 j

tiff yand: win go to,Colorado before retum- Mr. Landis i is a thorough and accomplished lawyer, a patriotic. .citizen, a systematic Ii\M I

r king' to !St.; Cloud this taiL:; . -, business man arid a .ripe scholar._ ._ '- (. ,

'Mr,i Wesley Mercer |efttTueedayfor4Tampa. Clean arid true in all the relations Of:life, just and loyal in the courthouse and out of i"
and 'after'a :week* *tjr at I 1
?: ltno; lawyer InL the'cirteuit could bring to the service of,the people brighter promise of satisfactory -
f .
>Tampa will go to Arizona. $) ... : ' "
ftV ,Mr..' and Mrs. G.: G. Curtl have gone administration of the office of State Attorney than he.- ,, ' Z

rtto Gage"Oldv for a vlsft' but, will ,re- .. .... ;The argument that he is, a:'Yanke ,,because pe caJpe'. from the West will appeal to r e

"-' of months..' . '
tern _'- '- 1. ._ butfewpeople. ..
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I:;;'fi j.-Mn"Mcauri from Beay > Fall, Pa, 1 ':W.,:,MfT.OOM- (. f '.... .. ,-! _-, ti',. 1"'r! :MIhJOR; :,..:.r .. S; ..:i, ' ,". '" El h
'" In Sfc Cloud for a weak look. . . '.. )". '
: { \ -p-1-t }Jha*"ban Candidate for Congressman for the Stats' at Large who msde/- a-brief .address"Banker .. \ '.I.J
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