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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 9, 1913
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00593
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Tuesday evening of this week a I The city council met in regular

delegation of citizens of Kissimmee, I : monthly session Tuesday night, and

consisting of OW. Ward, C. A. Car- transacted an unusual amount of bus-

son, A. S. Nelson, J. E. Mattocks, C. I
iness, most of which was of a m'ost
W. Griffin. L. Lupfer and S. J. Trip-

lett, visited the home and workshopof important nature. There was from .

Mr. V. C. Severance, located about I II the beginning of the session a seem-
five miles northeast of this city, for I I i'F,' Aga. i, { I II ingly fixed determination on the partof

, the purpose of inspecting a machine I I the members to stay in session un-

that Mr. Severance has perfected and
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til all urgent matters, had been disposed ..
is now manufacturing a limited num- I II.
ber.This i I of, and it was after eleven

machine is composed of two o'clock when a motion to adjourn pre-

tanks and a weight-tub. One of 'I. vailed.
I'I'.t '
.t these tanks contains fans or wings, I Among the most important matters

which revolve in water, with which .' OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOLto 1 considered was the election of F. II. the tank is filled. To this machine is .. .,,,... -.- .- - --- ,- Jenkins as city engineer, vice R. II. i
attached a shaft that connects witha I Ludlam, resigned. Mr. Jenkins as-
the light and traveled upward be student and clear and
a deep a convincing
windlass that is used for hoistingthe Commencement Exercises . I sumed the duties of his office* Wednesday -
never downward that in ,
fly '
; a a room icasoner I
weight-tub The other tank is I morning, and the completion of
'')would! naturally go to the window in But the big time, the grand time,
filled with gasoline and a carburetor the drainage ditch will be made under
its desire to get into the light, then when the graduating "
Osceola School was on Monday night, -
and is connected with the first tank at High his supervision.
;. : l begin walking upward, and on reaching \ exercises of the High School
The books ordered
by a pipe. city tax were
I the would through the held. In the class I I (
top graduating
go were
r' This machine is used for the making i closed on the 19th, which will be one
olll'ning'lnd hunt pastures new. Well, ( I.OSlor: ; ) TilElOST! STCtESS FIlL TKKM IN; THE OF were six young ladies and two young I
of gus, and right here and now : HISTORY i i I week from next Monday. It is learned -
this fly leaving the l hy Misses Mildred Lee Bessie
we saw loom g-ntlemen- -
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permit the writer to say that it makes that there is yet large, amount of
'r(, [TIE: S'IiOOI.'I'l1A'I' is I',1MOUSTHROUOOUT, ! ; f11ESO11Tll
tins opening! in the se )'p"n route, and i Whiddcn, Cecilia Overstreet, Jean
I gas, for he saw the machine working ; taxes due, and those who would keep
it worked like a charm. The thing Thomas, Lucy Buckels and Dwayne
and the gas jets and gas range burning -- their property from being advertisedfpr
'is so simple* we are* still wondering i Fischer, and Messrs Lacy Johnsonand
sale had best call on Clerk Gilbert
how we have overlooked it so long The' commencement exercises of i I the renoU'st| idea that so many of our : Sam Lupfer, Jr.-all of whom received -
Not ) of technical of and settle their accounts otherwise it
being a turn ,
Osceola) High School began Thurs- school, children had reached such
I )lies screens, W(' 'und'rstand.In be on I ai their diplomas, and are now
mind, it is l beyond us to explain! the : will cost them an additional forty-five
piolitulilv' sold at fifty rentseachThe day night of last week, when the declamation i state of perfection on the piano. Miss I fitted to go out into the world and
workings of this machine, or whutmak.s | cents a line to keep on the right side
time has come for11': Xcerlime contest was held in the audi- | Reese is evidently as gifted a teacher take rank among the highest in the .

the wheels go round, although I to establish a factory. and manufacture torium, and resulted in the prizes 1 as! she is a performer, for the improvement I social and business world. Miss Ce- i of the city ledger.Councilman .
told all Rivers who is at the
Mr. Severance
carefully us ,
these useful machines and being awarded! to Miss Nina Hratton I of her scholars was more cilia Overstreet was the valedictorianof
about induction coils!. carburetors, oxygen I II I head of the sanitary committee, recommended -
and Mi Clyde. Buzza. A full accountof noticeable than is usually found
articles on a larger sealthan l he can I the class, which honor is usually
gravity, and some thousand the installing of a crema-
do with his limited means and shop) the e'xeirises appeared in last j I among the students of the musrcai I conferred upon the one who is most :
other things we would not recognize tory as a means to get rid of all garage -
>k's department of public school. The
and it was for the of having wec Issue.Friluy > a I perfect in studies.
in But I No definite action takenon
if we met them the big road. 1 I was
him I locate in Kissimnire that we night the graduating exercises Oseeola High School was most fortu- I
:. The Fell medal which bestowed
; we are blessed with enough practical is \ this matter, it being laid over, butt
of the and the nate Miss Reese's lIel'-1
eighth grade in securing
paid him a visit Whether he will recital -
that I upon the one writing the best essay, to to be along
to at glance us a move
common sense see a appears
come here depends largely on the by I the department of music were! vices, and it is the general wish of out I
is destined work was awarded to Miss Jean Thomas. ihe line especially it
the machine to wonders right as comes
of citizens but feel satisfied ;, people that she will continue; in charge '
action ,
our we held.The This will be found in full on
p in the near future, for the timeis ( essay i from a man who stands at the pinriacle -
of that
students of this grade showedthey department
in that whatever it !
may the second of this It
issue ) was
exceedingly short when the | page of the medical profession ofI
question I
had received training not Sunday morning rt 11 oclock
: a
cost our people to secure the factory
( no surprise when Miss Thomas received I rtlondu. has the
of lights and fuel is going to engage Kissimmee during
usually found to exist in, the g'ncial most interesting ;,' "gram, was enderjd -
t the will be returned 1 to them
money the medal for wasn't she theyoung' 1o
man's : three into city
'r much of the average attenTion J I PSt years a
of schools und in the audito. which
tun vas
e I I'll-fold! before five jeurs' time gianimal many lady that brought fame to Kis-
such to make the
Those of us who inspected. these intentions |persons) who W'I" ignorant of the high f filled with our people, The following proportions as
that srnimee by out-spelling all comers at of i its garbage necessity H.
Ml Severance states a machine c emating a .
standard school had in the State is the 1
our :
believe them practical andus piogiHinSong
with a capuutj of twenty lightscan ,I :ful, and so will citizen in remarked that most schools. graduated oxo1og I ) >' _ _ _ the State spelling bee at Tallahassee, t keep the health rate up to its #
every and not only in spelling is she bright,
be installed in a home for $tro, high standard. We hope the council @
I I slue-lents not whit Chorus ,and
u more I
Kissimmc'O when they sec them working possessing CongregationInvocation fe
:rr 5; to for in all other studies she stood up I its clear to take favorable
and it will not cost over $ a year cran see way
and in We need factories hook' ,learning The contest for the _ ._ .Rev. A. M. Chisholi '
us..e. well around the hundred mark. J .
the in the '
furnish all action matter.
operate it and lights I i with a Saturday night roll and Rose medal I, which is awarded to the Scripture Reading ___Dr. A. J. Hoi
pay Miss Edna Schweikart was awarded t
for In The of of
needed us well as heat cooking. ; scholar in this is "Onward Christian Soldiers" y: matter an inspector"
here is the opportunity to locate a most perfect grade, Song) .
II the Katz medal ,for being the best
fact he has one in operation;/ at his I water )hydrants was brought to the.
good one Wo should not permit the worked for from the beginning of the .Chorus and Congregation : medal t
In school
mathematician a
of council Councilman
this fact attention the
byj by
home, and opportunity to term, as it is given for general excel- Prayer ____....__ Rev. S .S. Snyder ,
: their
and The I pass. i rarely"won by a young lady, as and while action taken dy
( lighting 'the burners stove. I Rivets, no was
lence, 'but Miss Linette Hogan was Chorus :"My Faith i Looks Up toThee" studies. -
lights were as bright as any we ever minds, usually turn to other at the meeting, the suggestion seemed 4
awarded the trophy, which made her _ Norris; '
saw, and the Manic in the stove as LETTER CARRIERS the proudest, little Miss that lives in Sermon\ _ _ _ Rev J. I). Sibert Frank Calkins was awarded the to meet with favor, and it is more ,
the n1l1l'hllH' HoI..dal; for general excellence, than probable it will be taken at ".
perfei I low( I operated up
Kissimm' "*e Eighty per cent of the Song "Work for the Night is1'nming"
l I..I1l'II"lOn. WILL BE PUT ONS which is the second year that brilChtyounf. the next meeting and favorably acted
| was beyond our\ (OIllI> scholar \\c-re< given promotion eerliluates (Chorus and CongBcncilu .
!' man has closed the term at the
but jlm-t us soon us a jet "U' lightedthe winch delivered by 'lion upon.
I ievoheand head 1 of his. class> arid had! u badge of
\\indl.isv lie-gun to lowly i Principal Evan: ;Monday morning(. The I sermon, Vklllch is presented in Fire Chief Tano appeared before
:SOONS; : =NKtKSSVin: h'OIt.1'tLll'llS (- honor pinned on his breast ,
the weight tub to gradual go 'I'lie- recital of the department' of full on-*another of this issue, 1 the conucil and asked that an appropriation \
the ;M (AN: HI; (,;.ONI: C: page Superintendent W. J. Sears presented -
down. The more \hornets lighted . music:: over[ which Miss Nannie- Reese oar of the best 'ever delivered in be made to purchase !suits
i .IIIWI'11ITII; in these medals in his usual happy
faster the windlass icvoUed 'I'hut'sall 1 has presided' dining the term, was aniarxe'l this cit} being full of sound logic., for the firemen, one thousand feet of
(;()\ KKNMENTKissimmee : : manner, and to each winner he spoke
t there i I., to It. You can figure Itf to oui' people us thc'y hud not lend I demonstrated the Rev. Sibeit to hose and to build a tower in which to

out you i'self or get Mi Severance/ to I __ _ words of praise that were pleusing hung sume This brought forth considerable -
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tell It to yliu. We just know it woiks, has very1'UI' reached'' It appeared thut'I'y person in I discussion, till of which wasfavorable
that vast audience, which filled 1 the
that's all.Then the end of the hard job it took on a as it is conceded by all that v

there. was another invention year ago when the agitation began' Grandest Day in Kissimmee's auditorium to overflowing, had J our volunteer firemen are an good as
of those and
brought bouquet rare
this wiziiid Showed us a wire hummock for a delivery of mail by ('arri'rs. ThiswteU a those of which any small city canboast }'

He stated that the hammock an inspector of the I'ostoffice History----July Fourth 1913The beautiful flowers that glow so profusely President Thompson was especially -
in Kissimmee for they were ,
had been in constant Use for twelve 1 Department was h'elnd !laid out I enthusiastic in praise of their 1

wears, and it appeared to he in perfect; the city in districts 01 routes. and as -- work, and said the city could well afford i;

condition vet, showmc practically no soon as the necessity papers can be I grandest celebration in the history of the city of (Continued on page I 5)) to provide for them all necessary
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wear !Mi Severnr slated. that the made out and oideied 1 issued-an examination Kissimmee is being planned by the Board of Trade Com- equipment Bids will be advertisedfor j

hammock ould be placed on th
ket and sold! at $2 und na good figure delivery| of mulls begun, feature will be attraction the hose and complete suits for all volunteer '
July. Every a star parade,
for the manufartuiei Route No. 1 will be the main busi- CITIZENS COMMITTEETO firemen.
the barbecue the speeches and the corner stone laying
Having suffered from alteration .ic1 -', ection, route No 'i in North Councilman Rivers introduced

of mind on a few occasions, during ;is'ssinimee; and route No. :3 in South will all be conducted in a manner to bring back memoriesof ordinance. the of which are an
which occasions we felt rich enoughto Kissimmee There will he two de- a real old-time Fourth of July celebration. The days CO; OVER ROUTE OF DRAINAGE =" that all business houses of whatever

buy hammocks at from $::1.,0 to i l'\ ries each day except Sunday, one program is being worked out and will be announced later. niTC AND CHECK UP nature except drug stores must closeon r

$4.li0 per hammock, only to find they I in the morning{ and one in the after-, Just keep .this in mind. Its Kissimmee, and the Fourth of WORK OF CONTRACT Sundays, and drug stores to remain F

made for show and not for use, | i I 1 fl
were noon
July. : open only until 10 a. m. for the pur-
because they did not last long I ,enoughto When the agitation first began for''
pose of selling drugs and nothing else, ; .
be of any material use, we felt i I this. delivery, our people were informed 'l \ I The council at its meting Monday although the ordinance provides! that !'

that at last of I night appointed a committee of citi-
I overcome for we knew :, that the principal requirement t 'yin cases of emergency a merchant I,
time'had with z .ns to act in conjunction with the 1
our crime to get even th government before the system can sell articles that are required for ;I

the cloth hammock makers! Two dal- would be inaugurated was that it 1 city engineer in checking up the work comfort. I II

lars for a hammock that doesn't sag would be necessary to lay sidewalks I Board of Trade MeetingThe I done by the contractor on the drainage & j
I The resignation of Councilman Gil-
I ditch the committee to its ,
and will last a lifetime and then some along the main business and residence report

It seems too good to be true, but it'sa streets of the city, and that so stimulated conclusions to the Council at its meeting I This, bert was accepted, but the election of t,
I The committee successor was deferred until next i
fact our people that an ordr was' Monday night. T
Board of Trade will meet in regular session Mon-
And then the inventor invited us issued by the Council to lay walks, i consists of C. A. Carson, C. W. Dann, meeting .

r, t walk around to his parlor window. the result being that Kissimmee today day night at 7:30. The committee to recommend a system I C W. Griffin, E. L. Lesley, J. M. Lee, EN-PARKER.

and behold there was a screen that has more miles of cement sidewalks'than of dues will make its report, as will also the delegation of II M. Breaker and C. L. Bandy. This I

[Invited from within I size in the South. committee will be accompanied over, I At the residence of II. M. Steen in '; I II
the fly to come any city its
members who visited the home of Mr. V. C. Severance the t
and to go without. Would you believe 1.- i the route by the city attorney, who West .Kissimmee, on Sunday night, ,

ueh a thing( could be done? We hThe Jo ye. of a God," one of War- ': inventor, and made an inspection of his many useful inventions I will look after the legal side of the I the 4th instant, Miss Edna Ilomen 1

it.The features in three reels I city's interests. was united in marriage to Mr. Owen
never would have if we hadn't seen ner's famous The committee in. charge of the arrangements
screen l hoks in general appearance will be presented at the Pastime I This action of the Council was wise, Parker, Rev. S. S. Snyder performing: .tr;

just like any other screen you find onsale Tuesday next. This is a thrilling for the celebration July 4th will probably report, and also inasmuch as the contract was made thM ceremony. The bride came to ".

but on' closer inspection you will American drama of love and crime, I the committee appointed to recommend a system of road under a former administration. The Kissimmee from Omaha' Neb., about \.

best fea- appointing of, this committee of citi- a and at, once took a position .
' find three small hole through the and is one of the drawing year ago .
building. Every member is urged to be
wood on each side, all diagonally up-, tures being exhibited throughout the I present.S. zens is proof that the Council desiresto in the social life of our city, , \tr

ward, and at: the top there is a small South. A special matinee will be J. TRJPLETT, work in conjunction with the citizens while the groom has for some time

opening its entire width Mr. Severance given at 2:30: p. m. Night show at I President. C. F JOHNSON, in all things where the public been connected with the jewelry house ,

explained his invention by 7 p. m. Other films will be added to Secretary.I good is affected, and places the Coun- i of C. A. Cole, and has won the confidence ';;' t

saying that in studying the fly's habit make a special five reel show. Pricesto cil and the people generally on the of our people by his attention

he discovered that It always went remain at 6 and 10 cents. I .. most friendily footing to business and square dealing. i.l ; ,


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.' The March I ditionc' under' which the l Individuals [Birch Mountain
: of Health t I ., .,
live. Sunlight and fresh air are the r Melon Wormy and t' I . (It _' 'oil

I most powerful agents in destroyingthe ;. J." R. "TSOFI'
tubercle bacilli, first discoveredby I Pickles Norm : ; .. HERB TEA 1
ij;: ( Prize essay awarded' the Fell Gold Medal. i the celebrated German physician, I r. ,

{ Hy JEAN THOMAS. i! organizations Robert Koch, in have 1882.been* Numberless called into I These two Insects did much damage I'blossoms and fruit'and destroy them; I Imported from Bohemia, the moet ,

1t'. j and if this melon worm is abundant wonderful herb compound the
-- existence' within the last twenty yearsto in Florida last !season, and are again ,I ;

t Since the daw'n of recorded history, cause contagiou.i diseases means nto'leIto grapple with i tuberculosis alone, active., In fcpite of their common i spray) the vines with one of thcdoarsenical however world has of ever Asthma known Hay, for Fever the I
s i --we-hve'no positive'proof-of-the-oi4- | .. medical .--seiencu-than success- tubercular hospitals have been endowed names, either or both of them may be *. The quickest way Colds, Catan ,
1o destroy the pests on tho trap Bronchitis, Coughs 4
cucumber cant. loupes ,
international meetings found or ? ,
I I gin of a singly new: serious disease. I ful treatment hydrophobia, which and on pf : Whoo m Cough and
bum each lot La Grippe
: held for the consideration of this as well as gourds and Hquu hes. They crop IH to pull "up 'j;
Mankind nan been visited at all times IH merely one application of his general : of Kilney Bladder 't
it has become severe cases ,
watermelons Their plants an soon as
attack Imp
by dreadful scourges, which have principle. single --disease And so great has been Seldom Stomach and Lung .troubles. .
; and IhoioUghlv, \ infected and liefoie" the
taken terrible toll of countless millions The "specific, organism, of yellow fever the war against tulterculosis that habits differ somewhat ('onRe.'JlIl.ntly I J It is invigorating
then full1rc 4'
I who perished through ignoraiut : a iKise'of tropical and subtropical thorie who arc fighting the disease are | the remedies to be applied.The 1, \\0"11I" have attained tonic the t
I 1ft this is neglected the Imp imp. is ; purifies
I Learned! men in all gonvi'at ions have countries, has not been found, very hopeful for the future. Even pickle worm is the more coni- .= blood builds

r ,t'' '' spent their live searching; for thicaiise > but it bus been! proven that it is capable now, there is visiting in the United I man of tintttn, It never riiis (the '' ll-t..I,:,,". .-= the run-down, .up
states noted (German; scientist Dr. | brit" \ es but lion-- into tin l budbin,- ( 'lean' allure should l 1M' (pliKlHidnot , : ,",OUNW' .y&o -
and the remedof disease, of b<'ing transferred through the a : soothes the
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Sometimes the eauvats found to biti of n mosquito This "disease. i I' iii'dmann, who announces and is trying I sonis. slims, an J liitf stalks, us wellas only, mi curium of. th< si it i ( I II Q :: improvesthe
'!1\ I also to ) down tin/ fllllgll' di,- rrt.c.- --. nerves,
vvhu' uttc'i keep'
into the fruit, h/il/ i umsI i
;'i be a tilling 111".I. /germ and llurtiTndy fop' hu'Ily alwa\s present in ce'itamsiitions to prove lij: exptrihtentson ;;';0 .' appetite and
ilisioveud to In "'jllltlly l sun .. of tin :.Spanish; Mam and until people sufTermg from the disease I '/110'I union borer iloi'- not "Rflen: bore ',a-i s \s soon n- tin (j\1" isIliiouuh \e I -r; :-:--r'. :;:::' makes sleep restful
I I I ,illinli
Inilliant Kiintlv' bus onuiiid, that ". uie has alrcadv. been n,to tht tine* 0'i leaf-slmlk'. I hilt eats puking! the \ui-s : '
pieThe ai hu'v emi-nts\: of t in ( Olin exI a !posit I : : .::d and refreshing.
Y experimental research h:tvi. inoimously I 'nsi\ ('Iy| in. i'pidi inn' foi in in thefulled lounil \\',.'' only hope) t that his il -. way into tin'. fiuits( and iiKo fenl- I IMS. and <,illu I "i 11'1" I n-1' ,1",11.1, I Ii.ik. I.I i"'ir r;;= This wonderful

miieasi'd our knowledge of disi.isi, I Stalls, paitnulailv in tin il('nionst' I lalions, piovi" U"sful. I i.,xli'iisivi1\, on the liaisItVnit : . 'd up and hunh I "d. AI.f! pia( I ";:,:,;,r:,' medicinal tea contains -
.HII. I .,,1,1,b.. do not pi"int i'in' 'uml., i im I' II" ":.," ( sI ; .
und at tin I satin' linn |pmtcrIbtd" i intiriU soul In i \tJallt" and iiilf; Slates for ,\ ''III tI II'I' very'i UII<'II'nt und I 1""I:: 21 different
clew. mithoils lombating .it 0\1'i one hundred.. and fifty Y"iaibul, ibsiase, is dll'hll1' <'l'Ia. whnh was 'I 1111' IIK Inn ttoim. heiausi I : it feeds .lolls on the' SIHK 1 land two' .\ ,iin s herbs imported
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oiigm and, t lansiin-vitiii 1'1"I much" I of now ( nba, ome' its stionghold, has lust referred to ill the Babylonian I, .ii.titlv, on t the foliage! tan IM iiaihidspi six < t ssioiiDesi from Bohemia and has been endorsed

In nl th /goes Mile |h\' snli \\illi III1'dlt'al ln....n so thoioiiLfhlv purged thut she "lalmuel"/ and lute ill the writings I" air-cuial iv \I'MI thli. .<.. riplion mil bite IIiso/\' | by Pope Leo XIII, the Em-

science. and, as om li-io\i\" followsHiiotlui .1 inils, like a inightv foilioss, pioliitmg of Ail-tains. m the li r.t i ientuiThe pounds. of l .11 carne pi-U to lift \ 1 1'111 pukli, woini ( I li.i)'h,mi.i' I ml of Austria and many eminent

and siipeislilion. and ignoran I us against invasion of cnntnuuhrlihly 1t'1'1I1 i i is a bxillus. and,, the disease> i is l (Tallinnof" wati-i,r, in ifsi- one, -half as dibs) r is a whitish ( : >. .1't tlllspullOlls ', poror physicians, besides receivingthe

<'c supi''! ,.did In' nn.iliin. siuntiluiiuMhods. i , disiasis. fiom t the topics.iyeltheltss mo-< lominon in chileliin, SCt el'1' "'"I'h of l cull l aiseiiiti-, powdii. 01 lilt I III,111 llots, oil I',.11 IiI SI'L.hi highest awards

a wondiifiil impmvi mi nUi':\ i ,it 'is cogni/c-d that, Oil"o' i pnh.inn's appeanil in\ I I-'trope in tin I' pound of clue iirseinU to fifty /gallonsJJIKII I. ,,'It,t. \\ n 'in'.111\I. I flJII'I I"'la i i Ii 11ots -some of which are, reproduce

has been made in tin tu' itmint and i .ll'ld| ion of tin l l'unal111'unlil., iMicnlh mil \'elltl"'l1th centuries, l'a'l': mav l he used .it the lute ; liiionn, less onsjiii'' 1"a-i ,unl, I on t the cans-and honorary Diplomas

I prevention, of ull diHiais \; ,.\ "rtlll'I I when' 'a ",ute of traffic will) have to and! in I nglainj/ and America, during nl ant half pimnd'with' one )pound of time worms I is of a coppery nloi( '111, from Expositions held in Paris,

r' less, only a few of t tin most I"d.d, I In. ii-ailjiislcel( to meet new conditions, tht eighteenth ccntuiv Kvc-iywlieie; I fiishlv ,slaked lirn 10 fifty gallons of mi Ion win m ( I I', luilmita) Ink Rome Vienna Florence Londonand
ones ran be mentioned, in this tieallsi, :| (there will bo a menace from tropical present, in large/ centers of > water, hut it dots not sink, II' well us Ih.sda.1.( . dots, but has I onI'I.I! I ,.iloloiid Liege. in recognition of its

g Until Edward .linnii disioMiidivaccination diseases the western coast of fenlial tin disease becomes, at times opulution'l the others and i I is 'niou r I rile. . to luiii) I It tnkes about' I two wiik) *I o great curative qualities. This is

in 17'I7:! simillpo\ wis thel,I ) uml South America that\ must ic', the huge! cities of. the United 1 ; .tin. foliage 1nIIIItI',( 'its ,' 'Utah;. and thin Ii iIIi' "'.' one of the few articles that is free

most dreaded of all diseases, It i i" not In" eiviilookid Eternal vigilance States being afflicted. In' I 1HHO, Heh I he pickle woini \lieiuuse it feeds a i',IK oon on a thy lial on 01 mat r mIi from alcohol, narcotics and poison.If .

probable, that smallpox. has pret'\nlod is tin pun) of health as well as liberty ling, after 'x"'inwnting- for a long in' the. mil I .lot'
I in the human late from remote antiquity tune in the Pasteur laboiatory minPail. and fruits. ('iiniiol In )reached 1 hy ai. minis! about a VMM.)k and t thin issmas it, your money will be refunded.

and) that the pestilence which Sanitary" pioguss did not. stop with I is, made the statement. that the sinual spia\s, I 1'1 he grower should a moth '1"*n> moth of tin. piikli* BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO.

;1 swept over the Roman I'mpire, from'' tin subjugation/ of yellow fever but of animals immunes to diph imifullv. collret and destroy all I woini is from an inch to one and a Buffalo N. Y. U. S. A. ,

IdO to ] (fill A. D. and o\n" the greater hand in hand with it has gone the tin"ma. 11is was an important) step' \\iim\' fruit with. the lontainedvoims : 1 fouitIi imhis across the out-stutihidwings ,

jI. part of Southern !?;mope' 'in 1KO() .1. D > ( oniiiest| of malana It Is piobablethat in the. luatment of thedisease, since \ I If these wi>inilUcunihers "' whiih an while with a 1 bioadblaik sod I 1\ Kissimnns' Ivrug Co Kissim-

was ..In II II pOX, 'I'In- death uite front I the ancient I'g.N/ ptlans had some whnh lime, this "icmednow known and unions an left in the field, the ) bordei I It lijs its eggs molly niii. I lot (nla

this scourge has dnieasi'd so much kiiowleige of what we now term "ma- is antitoxin, hasnino into use <'uti"ipillais will i'nte'i fresh ones. or on the buds! 11",1111 the fjowers) I I'Iw - ---
"" - --- -
from those times to the present that larial fevers," and it is supposed thut thioughout t the woilclrcji!' ,. the treatment lompliti Iliu inivvth: and enter tin mi" Ion,woim moth is! lurg(.r, about me

statistics can convey to the mind but(! i certain" i inscriptions' upon the temple of diphtheria and has reducedthe 1 1I tfiouml, <1. to ('111<' 1/:," as maths in avviik and thiii. .-foinths. inillis across .aid I moiling, Sam "Ii"k..d.. and this

I little IdNI of tin and low at lie" 'mli'ml) are proof of thiN assumption I I mortality from this disease from ) ill\ two The I moth lay.- enough/ tin white area on tin I \vings is inuili II' tin' li'hr" girt

rate of mortality of thin dl""""" \'ai- t The 1 introduction of cinchona over lift per lint to about nine and
cinatlon alone In the only safe. pro inlo Ell "is' b) \neiov Del C'mchon om',half per nut for all cases treat. (d'd I i mol"10'1'. I It I lay,, its i./ggs niimlv. on I I i. p''im iki siiu
': J I ..,1. :Not: onl this antitoxin 'file I and Miidssfuliinnd tin 1 Iru(1(1, b.. Iln \ -Inc- of IIKon
: tpction againslinn1 Upoy; The lead-I in 1i Iil"; give, an impetus to the study > is apph easiest most voting! :i\is rex'-.
ITS of medicine foi, tin last century of malaria aH It became possible to i.ihb' :and, usi',il in the liiatmint! of tin I I \' fin I t of thi.s(. \\ urin0. ali of both mu1Iihatlh in' tlui.. m. out' :tithl,, ," of I I."t tl u.d toast

have not only belictyd in it but have ,distinguish this disease! from other ''llease' but il is also u ,..d to irnmu : ip cup I For tins" piiijnisi plant, da ly.- '. I I' .,, iii-' l I ,,t trI !,,i. .
\ I I" , i ft t ,1.1, thi I utuuraiitI
sin. tt
l I' "
nize. for, 18111, of inuml.its 01 ':ant.iliiupis
vaccinationuul today there nit! ( (
1 practiced fevers hj tin iuiniiif| test Although, .
I I I.. dUuld.I. 'd i of roast !hir f
ii II ? i
from four to tight/ 'lous of MUST BEWARF OFDAMAGED .I i
IH not u prominent medical l man in1 in IKsO'; I.iit'('ran discovered a para- In IMi: Dublin" fuit described tin )
.\ America who is opposed I to it. siti' m the blood of pel sons sulftrmgfrom I / hookwoim in mall, but this disease is I < ail\, I summit of ooh.n..I..d, iiiasiI | | II'I III : ill" I to1.
-I'ht I large, I ( . and 1 i'ato-, md GRAIN
I.epioHj a disiasi even mole malaria, it remained fur Sir ntioned 1 hy the> old Egyptian I
;\ dreaded than has existed writers back three foui, tin. tinder i fqllh f i of I tins plant an pnf
smallpox, Ronald Ross 'll ally twcntvears as far" as or I, \\ ir-' Hliieh' IH ver\ rare
I from time 10144 nlorial.. Nunuiousinstanies later, to showtinily that the. malaria I thousand years ago The parasite ,is I, <'ind )hy the moths to either iiuiiniIK I I'I.IIHIII\I ) ; MM) 'II l ( ) si I i ITEI i i:| II' and % ,'1t'q common':'

of this iliseasiaie cited In of hinds" ), was transmitted 1 hy a iirtaiiiSMM rudely spuad in tropical) and subtropical i 'I"s 01" melon, and most of tin izg-! <;.l H \IN: 1)1.: \l LEIS1(10 I: | |. :NOI

i the Bible, hhowrig that even in those cies, of ""' ''qllilo. l':rum this ill in- i" c'ountiu and 1 is one* of tin I I111IIt 'will he laid on flu squash It I' better (l' MM;I F t 1'1.I IMng 17

:: times it was most pie\ulint in Asiatic' onsliatlon is was proved CI 'onl'l"i't'lyt fatal of all pa"I1'iti disiasisIln to make <,-e\i ral plantings/ of thelattii ,
I hart of /1)" to the. inn."i" ,BaudIn flu[ .
f, countries Not much progress I sums t all vaiiitus of mal II 1'1"I fixersate lint plain, ill tin rapid wh'n'l, so as to a suiM'ssion .
tl( 'lItl.d i ind R'IIuntilts| s tin"i trip 2
attractive blossoms and fruits to
'r: to have been made ill its curt. but the transmitted front" man to man bxmosijintoi hookworm ami'lioi at ion was undi I initi .
I I..i a vi ihug. amount of dal/laJr' i.I|
token, ) for its sub Kieo( The I ; \ the ninths I hifirst planting/
i pri'H'ipallWII"U" s. 1'iopei drainage/ use of lakin was in I'orto State:; t tI
wlw-at. vat .UK! 'n"1i foal., .
I jugalion has I".J.i ill the' i isolation ofpeople i rrudnit i fumigation! andsuin< >ngni of I loiidi. was a i'lose sieond, afteruhnh liould hr I n"Io, at tin sun linn( as glam.
1 that of theiiKumliils unions. and t tin' i ,i Oil I It t I I I (1"n"11 !g I I.11 I.i Holt,
Ihus 'affbiliii A noted "xam- ' Ih,( principal, mi ins usid I for tin < tin ]lurk) .feller\ i Comrmsion 01"
i'ow, \ /' h of f ti''i- mi. all ntul,
; i c
vals of kI ,
pie* is the Molokai; ) ("ol,,".}' in the Sand \teiniination' of Iln t tiouhhsomi, .11111 into ixistinii, in IDQ'I.! :' and al i oili i planting! at 'mti i a11 i
:ally In otfind: in I 111.11.1 i. tthtll. I"
with ]Islands 11104 bioiiLrhl the hookworm into ion 3111'I > ill...\ hak I iitT tin infsittd" qllahIfo'.n"1
peal sali of smli' dinii, !!id giain' i I' pro"
t< Another disease, about which them slant )public, light. the gieut results
llnliki' yellow fever and malanatvphoid ,liibitiilllu.. ,
\\1 hal learned aluadv accomplished 1 arc imln'usur of .., rid 1Ital\' and .
j (.dical profession more I fevci' is a watl.'r.lool'II" di- " useof '\I'h dimigni moulih

M1al!I in the last six MUK, than in the pre, scas', piexalent almost eve"i\where. .. able.. 'Iual'alltil.| .* it'!!ul itions. the i'niplovmint H
: seedingmx thousand IS eaiucr This disease" has been one. of the great lime picvents mote than tins brief ( of pnltlii nm sis, and tin t passage "J"d""I I )(", of. blind st t.lgger' i ( '|phial| 34;

Scientists found that cancer is an affliction scourges of armies, and kills and summary of the most important diseases I of the I'u'o(1 I ) laws have done iiiiiiingilis! > and j.f''atly damaged this

i I of highly developed civi1izaI maims more than powder and shot. but great progress has also immeasurable good (Experience; and other Southern .stati'K. Meal'I I '

lion and that the dog, the closest associate The story of the Spanish-American been made in the treatment and prevention shows that by sanitation most germ The trade wholesale and retail-. I '.
i ;| 1
\ ;!,I, of man, is most commonly afflicted. :' and South African, wars forms a sad 'ot'various other ills. The*' .diseases can be banished or, greatly and thoconsumc'rs of grain and therefore t.W E ask here to

In all probability this preva- chapter in human inefficiency, but the : last decade has of unprecedented checked. !Many scientific ,, men have: ;' Cautioned! l hate such damaged you

./ fence of cancer in most civilized communities Russian-Japanese war demonstrated activity in public health cir114s yielded up their fives in efforts to ascertain grain cannot be legally sold ; that the buy our meat be-

:[{ and in the most sauitary t the icmarkahlc'\ efficiency of modem and consequently in the health the causes and 'cures for nu- usi of sin'h ,danuagad'grill/ n i is apt to cause we know it's good.IF .
quartets( is explained, b\ the fait that hygiene. Pure drinking water( I'aIt'II''lzatioll' ,,- of individuals I For tin In'".t time' ill 'II\'I'OIl'I \ i fatal dl"| "a si s, '1 1'1"11' hi'i'oilsuerifircs ,
r (011-r a alig nrnmtrthty among" :: tin knew this wellas
it is an affliction of mieldli, and post of milk and s)sU I 'main' t tin history of the world it has been / have not hash i ill A.IIII. Th..i I It't ,[tuck of (1//hi. tale: you as

, .,, middle life I'ntil' IWO'! ) little ]pro- and pc'isistent, crusade. against. (tie\ 11 In siouige'sof humanity. are( pitntalb / tvamhill" ,. I is I bring i followi \Io\ i It ht'i I K. I E H'I is |I'"pro'eI :, we, we know you surely

I : grew. had bun made in tin study of di uilU' fly are t the I most cffictixtHindis .. and with thin Mali/alion thenlias ( '|llllll\ blast, rill II lull) nhi t I'II'-i( ,,'g- .\ | Stair ( In mi,i would!

it this disease, but nil has ihangcdThele of pr'v""lion. I Iluring the* !past liven an awakening in the interestof \\111|| ii millfm um tlxn uniti'd tfoits, \V .1. \1, HAl'! :.

1 .' IK now l\i. ,\rmiiian laboia fete years vaii'ination against typhoid publu' health that is nothing short time, atom' will, till .MuaK' wi" IIIMIK '/'ouunl.,10n4r' i uf \g'l'' tiltiiu. HERE'S nothing

i i tortes in which .iminal exprrnm"nta-. fever i lass been successfully piaitnid, of woild,wide. The I (puniipUs' '!. of sanitary almost universal use. of \aiiina T

h r 'tion ill cancer is being ixtinsivil! and is now onrpulsoi" I in the I foiled liv mug' aie I being :appln! in very I lion aLTinist 'loi' mid, ilili' disia-is, !'C/LI( I MN: II \s 0\1.\: better than the best

Ji Probably the man loMiom the most ) tin one ,single diseasiagainst the very poor lljgemc instructions md horn's. and ill hi., ,nit mn of pain( Sam SebtK vinghs 2:12: poiimls,, and that we have it here to

I credit i is due for iliaimg away the / which the. most efforts have' an biing: imparlcil) in Ihe publics \\lio'' knows but that 'in tin mar fu- is six felt ,six' IIK'las till lie is .a ,

.. superstition of lenluiies in legaid to bun iliiected l ill the last few' years hools. Joauls! of Hi.alth, uiganiiatiinis HIM' similai, ,paftill.f/ intin. limbs, jiali olnian! on the \oilh:': side It prove by test, would be

I I infectious disiasis" that \\ondirful is tube'ii'ulosis. The disease is the. and corpoiations) are working/ : ti'anspl inting' of organs/ and the in- laki) s a lot of full to )k'ip 1; a system the proper act!

he t genius, I Louis 1'01"1"1who diseoveied most universal scourge; of the human stiinuouslv I to give the unfortunate slant 'mi'ous h..ahllof/ wounds may like I,) ,thai of Sim's going/ He 10111planud ,

I the part played |hy bacteria in the race, and prevails more particularly purr and crowded the light/ and airIn not he possible ? The march of healthis thus yesterday. morning at
I cause of disease' mum expanded the in the larger cities and wherever pop their homes an dvvork rooms that ever' onwurd Every step lend, to 11(0: oiloik, says u Kansas City paper SAM STORY

.4 idea caught from Iinner into vaccination ulation is", massed together The influence Nature provided and intended them the healing of the bodily ills of mankind : "I 1 had an awful light breakfast .

% t against a half dozen of the of race, which has been much to have The establishment of play- to the prolonging life and to this morning I /guess I will j{o I'ROI'HIKTOR

X ,t most formidable diseases' 1'asteur's I studied, is probably not due to any grciunds: and of gymnasia, the introduction the uplifting of the soul to (God; who have lunih" RULL BASS MARKET

..E'' demonstiation that living microbes inherent differences, but to the con, of open-air schools, the en- created it. "What did you have to eat this


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r \ ,MINX PACKING were:,laid at rest .in,, the .cemetery atl I IMMATURE 1 I
thati''place the day following.. I .

Mr. Walker was' seventy-five'' years CITRUS FRUIT LAW .

HOUSE BURNED of age at the time''' of his death and

ait leaves 'a wife and twelve childrensix ? ,Paint That ,Makes .

f -- !*' sons and six' daughters.:..:one of NOW PENDING IN THE LEGISLATURE Goody .

his" sons being County Commissioner
: 10,000 LBS. FISH DESTROYED Frank Walker. Deceased moved to I I'ROBABLY PASS. .
Bassenger from this city about twen- (

ty years ago and engaged in the I Think what an outside paint has to stand-=-

I I LOSS ABOUTFIVE THOUSAND stock business, in which he was remarkably II. '13. aid,' by Worley of Dade.

successful. He served with first time 21 1913': Speclal hot summer's weatherywinter'sfreezing '
I DOLLARS WITH NO',INSUIlANCEBUILDING'OWNEI gallantry in the 'Confederate army, t{Read on Citrus'Fruits., April . sun---burning,, dry: : "
-- '
, : . ) but when hostilities ceased accented, A Bill to be entitled an act to define sleet wind and rain---and continually
I the fate with calmness and at once ,
BY LESLIE MINX. I' immature citrus fruit; to fix standards
began rebuilding his shattered fortunes for citrus fruit to place the '
; the round. .- or _
, 4 --J... lie was a believer in the Bap-1 I execution of the immature citrus changing year I

r tist-faith, and lived in the love of the\ I ,236' Laws of .
During the past four years the old fruit law, Chapter ( " ;'

packing: house on Darlington avenue,, Redeemer.( "I i Florida, within the jurisdiction of These are the conditions under

next to the, railroad, has caught fire, the Department of Agriculture, asprovided
Card of Thanks.We .
on an average of at least mice a I for in the Pure Food and which MASTIC Paints make good.

month, but someone would invariablybe desire to express our heartfelt I I Drugs Law of the State of Florida;

on hand to extinguish the blaze thanks to the kind and loving friends 1 j,I to provide for the appointment of They stand the test of time so, well, "

before any damage could be done. who (jo willingly gave us their aid I a State, and four local inspectors,, 1.

But the unexpected happened Sun- and sympathy during the illness and I I and to appropriate the necessary the users are more than satisfied--- '
death of our husband and father. I law.
fund for the execution of this
afternoon I
day ,
at about 3 o'cJockby I
; Martha M. Walker and children. He enacted the legislature of
it by
some hook or crook the old building they are enthusiastic. IILIWii
r tho-State of Florida:
I burned, and not a thing it contained -
Section 1. That all or
.54 was saved. BY EMPLOYERS'COMPENSATION oranges MASTIC Paint has the
I grapefruit] that are the result of largest
While it is not known exactly how
BILLHOW bloom accruing during the calendar
the fire originated, it is thought by t
year shall be defined as immature citrus covering capacity and greatest dur-
some that the dumping of hot cinders ,
: tree
fruit, when detached from the I II
from the yard engine at the I prior to October first of the year in ability. It"is made in beautiful jif F
pump house: ignited a pile of wood SENATOR BRYAN PERFORM ,
which the bloom occurred, pro- ,
lying near and was carried to the El:) CKEAT WORK FOR I duced the fruit. .
colors of
building. There brilliantly
were quite a number That from October 1 to December strong, ,
who saw the sood burning, but they RAILROAD EMI'YOYEES.The
:in of each year all oranges grown
the fire traveled It is the ideal .
say through the wood from the current calendar year's great permanency. 47
and on to the building at such a rapid I I.
bloom, the juice of which contains
bill which is
"compensation ,
rate it was impossible to stop it, and for all work. Let show it and
although the alarm to again come up in Congress, is more than 1.30: per cent by weightof I paint us to you
was promptly I
acid calculated as crystallized citric -

given on the and scene the fire, the engine building was was promptly constructed -' by purely'the a railroads railroad which measure kill, gotten HO manypeople up I I from acid the and,current all grapefruit calendar grown year's'bloom give you a sample of it to try. - - - ,'

of such material and filled every year.
the juice of which contains
with such character of goods that it The first employers' liability hill
than 1.7ft cent by weight of
was practically ablaze from end to passed June 1 1'JOii( and was declared f more per
acid calculated as crystallized citric
end in u few minutes after it caught unconstitutional by the Supreme acid shall be considered us immature.

Anyhow the owner Lesley Minx has. Court in lltOK. Theodore Roosevelt, That oranges or grapefruit, the result t-

apjuxl the railroad company to pay by u special measure, immediatelyasked of a bloom occunng during the .
him the small I HUIII of something like Congress to, pass another act
calendar shall he excepUcl -
$:!,:WO<> for being the cause of tin. l I..s. to omit all the objections raised by previous, from the above year standards.Sec. ] Kissimmee, FloridaI
the Supreme Court and, this was done
There were also three box cars, one 'J. The inspection, examination -
April 22, 190H. I
of which contained hay and another and analysis of citrus fruit shall r
By this act the employees of the
about half 'filledith general merchandise lie, made by the State Chemist of Florida I
railroads. were iclievcd of the as
burned they being on the or under his direction; or super :
sumption of risk of negligence of the
side-track immediately alongside thepacking vision. That the general provisions I elation of Official Agricultural Chl'mI I
fellow-servant and of defective
appliances -
. house This. loss. will fall entirely revolution the rules and regulations of the Florida I ists. COW PEAS-Clay, Whippoorwill, and Unknown $3.65-Iron and New Era }
on the railroad company a ; as I'u'Food and )Drugs Law, approved' Sec !f>. The Governor shall appointon $:Splendid Mixed $2.50-California Blackeye $3.75. Spanish Peanuts
In the building at the time. of the common law of Knglaiul. The employee June 5, 1911, Chapter 0122, Laws of I the recommendation of the State I $2. Chufas $4. German Millet and Sorghum $2.60. VELVET BEANS I
was also relieved by this act $2.-pecks sold at bushel rates.
fire was about 10,000 pounds. of fis'h, 'Florida, and amendments thereto, I Chemist, a State Citrus Fruit Inspector -
of contributory negligence as a bar to I
no Mr. Minx claims, and a large number shall apply to the execution of this He shall be a competent KILGORE SEED CO. PLANT CITY, FLA. .
his action, and of contributory at all '
of empty barrels, as well as a where the railroad had not providedthe law, when not in conflict with same.! i analyst, capable of instructing the SEASONABLE SEEDS ,,"'

few old pieces of junk that was worth and relievedthe Sec. 3. The Inspectors shall draw : local inspectors and orange growers
safety appliances, "
comparatively little if placed on employee of all contracts made to samples for analysis in the presence : throughout the State how to apply the I II --. --- -- ---. --- - --

forced sale, but was still useful and of the owner, agent, manager or custodian I field or house tests; to manipulatethe : chemicals, and re-agents for the der to the owner or agent, the local a,
release the railroads.As 'I
in such repair as to last for some time. last of Jny packing house car or apparatus and determine the immaturity alysis of citrus fruit' shall be market value of the sample. .
the act passedthe
soon as was
The building was valued at $S00. railroads had ltre "employees'compensation other place where oranges or grapefruit I i or maturity of citrus fruit nished by the State .Chemist. I I I Sec. 8. The sum of ten thousand '

On Monday the burned fish caused bill" introduced to defeat are gathered or packed for ship I I thereby. His salary shall he $1,800 The State Chemist, Assistant I i dollars or as much thereof as may be '.

t t : a most unpleasant odor, and that fact the benefits of the act : ment. Two samples of twelve average !I' per annum, payable quartet ly. His Chl'mist"and the Food, Drug and |I necessary is hereby annually appropriated \

was probably the cause of Councilman There is great indignation on the oranges or grapefruit each fair- traveling expenses shall} not exceed tilizer Inspectors of'the Chemical | from the funds arising from

Rivers suggesting( to the Council part of hundreds of railroad employees ly representative of of all the fruit $100 per month while in the performance vision, shall be ex-officio Citrus the inspection of food stuffs and fertilizers .
that it would he wise for the city to the time inspected, shall be drawn I to the provisions '
because heads of their organizations at of his duties, and shall be paid Inspectors, and may be detailed carryout (
install a crematory' as. a means tiget > surrendered to the railroads; by the inspector assisted by either I Ion properly detailed vouchers. the State Chemist to the citrus I I| of this act, and the same is made .p

rid of garbage.The I the owner, agent or custodian of the the I immediately available. The Camp-
but this was knocked out by I Sec tt. The Governor shall also appoint ing section during period
firs company is ,',,(receiving much United States Senators N. P. Bryan I fruit. I I four local Citrus Fruit Inspectors September 1 and December 31 to I troll er is hereby authorized and directed -'
praise from our people for the most That one of the samples so drawn the spect citrus fruit and instruct to pay the same detailed war-
residents of
and Hoke Smith, who prevented the orange growing I
efficient in which the fire was shall at be tested, or analyzed the State Chemist.
manner bill from being passed at the last ses- once I districts, on the recommendation of inspectors and growers, if in rants, approved by
handled for without its good workit sion of Congress. by the Inspector in the presence of the orange growers of their respec- judgment it be necessary. I''j Sec. 9. All laws and parts of laws
would been impossible to I the or, custodian of the in conflict this act hereby
have prevent owner agent with are
shall be under
I While some of the officials of the t tive districts. They Sec 7. In the performance 6f
the old bank building) and the fruit, in the manner herein provided. repealed. i
I organization betrayed the men, credit i the supervision, direction.and instruc- duties Inspectors shall have free
side of Should the test show in.the case of shall take effect
building on the opposite Sec. 10. ,This act
State Chemist of Florida.
is duo United States Senator N.. P. tions of the !
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..i street from burning Ai it was there I Bryan, ,who performed kuch yeoman I oranges, that the juice contains more Their terms of office.shall be from cess at.all. reasonable hours, to sixty days after its approval by the

\I are few people who express regret I service for the railroad employees I than 1.30 per cent by weight of acid,, September 1 to December 31 of each warehouse, packing house, Governor. t

at the removal of the old eyesore. but the United States. calculated as crystallized. citric acid They shall take the usual oathrequired depot or car where citrus fruits
throughout year.
]Mr. Minx lugs. the s\mputhy of the This is one of the many things thatI'mtcd I the fruit shall; be. considered. Should the test show in the the depths of despair. ,
entire communityDK.VIII States Senator Bryan has done faithful performance of their duties. shipment' for the purpose of .,rt7
-- - ----- case of KnlJII'f"t] | that the juice' ron I'lie\ shall be monthly salary ation or inspection, and the
wllldIh,' Tunes-Union and the Me- paid a )Heaven's branch office after all is
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: than 1 1.7 cent )
turn mine I > 1 p.-r 1weight
u...,t,,,, with l I their "associatedpirss t !be of :MOO 1 i per month ancl their leason.ible of samples of such citrus fruit, for just the human heart if woman cares ;}rk
of acid!, the suit > urnsiiletcil -
Aftel a lung and u-eful life the I ( failed to publish, and which tqIV.IiIlg'xpcn"es while in the purpose) of ascertaining if they IH to make it so. :r I

summons" tame sad was mi,xeit'il liv "si'nat >r llijun's modesty and absence miniatureOiiinges 'pel' formance of their, duty, not to exreeil tin e and fit for shipment or _.
or grapefruit showing I less month. or unlit for shipment. If such S i
..I'rclllmh1111" ." at the IIOHH of Ins of a pees butcau have prevented the $100() per iI
""n.V.. F.VIIII-,.,', at I.Mssingci: I tin 1"01'1.. fiom, kiimv. inj about .it. Chases than I 1.:0:: per cent. 01 \1.7. |per i tent '1'he Governor: may at his discretion, I"ress be. refused by the ewui'r, lI I I

the :21Ih day of April, and his remains I: .'< ) in I Dixie r,."imctnrly| of acid. calculated asi on the ,lecommendation, of the State I managei" or custodian of such T. J. Wilson

< > 'talli/ ('n in' anil ,hull be passed ( Chemist establish. u temporary branch I ises, the Inspector may apply. :f!,'

as' m.itmoI'imiilcil of the State Laboratory at! some convenient seaich wuirant which shall be Practical Boiler Maker, :

I I I I I I I > 11 > I I I I I"++++++I F+I ++++++++++++...+I++..++++I i I +++I+ I that shoiilil t the OWI1," ', central( eitiu.s packing and ed in I the same manner as provided !

agent 01 ru> toiliun demand an analtli }'- shipping point ftu' the months of Septemliei law for the obtaining of search Sheet Iron Worker Flue i I

I .. the November and Dei lants ill othel" cases. The 1 efusul
-is I b>' State (Chemist t iluplicate October l Welding a Specialty. 't :
TRAVELER'SCHECKS I sample, IlJe! presence .embei. of each l Jfar 1 and upon lecommendation Inspector to any of the

:, of the agent ocvnevr'or'i ustodiun, shall of the State Chemist, (,it- mentiousvi premises during ' : Work Done by Day or

be .sent by-expiess, or parcel pot prepaid Ills. Fruit Analyst, who shall be a hours, shall .be construed an prima Contract.All .

I to the State ('hemislthe sample competent analytical chemist. He shall cie evidence of the violation of i

I to be identified and verified by the receive: $200 per month for the months ter <;2Hi: < Laws of r'loncla. Work Guarant .J.

signatures of the owner agent or I of September, October, November and In calling for and taking: !<
I I P. 0. Box 43 minimec Fla. '
are the most convenient as well as the most logical custodian and the Inspector, the fruit December The necessary apparatus, of citrus fruit, the Inspector shall ,

under investigation to be
_ which to when you are away in question -" --- -----
form in carry money ::1: 1-
withheld from shipment until the result -
... from home. We issue the renowned K. N. and K :t of the analysis by the State I

Traveler's Checks in combination and to any wire otherwise 1I
any f Chemist is received by or :

amount desired. :..: I II .

Sec4 The methods! of preparation : 1
be cashed anywhere at their face I I I
may of samples for analysis and application I Ii
value. Call and let us explain their advantages.We of field test shall be as follows: i

also write direct reading Foreign Ex Twelve fairly representative average oranges of or all grapefruit the fruit i If what you want is not in J Jour

change. When you desire to transfer money let us under consideration selected as pre- I

do it for you. scribed in Section :2, shall be peeled, show windows its in'I' I

cut across segments, the juice extracted -
We shall be pleased to serve you by attentionto by an ordinary lemon squeezer,

minor details,.as well as in larger matters. I strained through cheese cloth into apoicelam side. \
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bowl. A measured quantity ,

We invite your business. The inclination and ((10 cc) of the juice shall be gradually

.. 1' facilities are ours to make your connection with us mixed with an equal quantity ((10 cc) u
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prove invaluable to you. of the standard alkaline solution I .
properly colored with an indicator.

- ,t i Should the mixture change to orange'I

Citizens Bank of Kissimmee I I color, the fruit has more acid than II I 4

the standard permits and is therefore ,, .

immature. If the mixture remains

28 Broadway pink in colof, the fruit is mature. I COLEJeweler- l

ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER, The standard alkaline solution shall C. A.

President Cashier I be furinshed to Inspectors by the Optometrist /1 fl 1,4 1I

-_ ---- --- - -- I Chemical Division of the State of :
: Florida with full directions for its \

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent use, all testa and analysis to be made I. f'

according to the methods of the AHBO- ;, '1

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::The' Kissimmee Valley: '- Gazette.: 'DIPPING- CATTLE 'MOST ENJOYABLE IFt. 4.Y.?

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it .. .. o. .1 t ,. ".., .-. ,--- .. ._- Washington, May 5.-Reorganization HELD AT HOME OK MRS W: J. If you .live in the shady.grove'of
I *
/ has been made of the to I SEARS AT WHICH. TilE GUESTS North Kissimrnee and you find it In- *
iB; ,. i W.' B. ItARRlSt . .. ,- .. Owner plan

:f I S. J. TRIPLET. 1'i . ... .*, - Edi or' and Manager drain the Everglades, which will be 1,000 !! PASSTHROUGH VAT I I'1-AYKIJ "FIVE HuNIREU.eOn convenient''. reach your down town
, .... ., o'ne of the most' stupendous engineering Dill
when your wants find
1 s"i"' """ "" ;''i i ... .feats- of the century,. surpassedonly i j, ., j Thurs ay..afternoon.o, { last week grocer you ,
? SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy, one' year ___::__ _11.50 call Taylor's, cor. Brack, and Vine;
One copy, al! xtnonthe __.____... .76 One copy, throu month.--__ .40 in magnitude by the Panama I I'KRrOKMANCE" WITNESSED UY { airs. W. 'J. Sears entertained a mini4t' \ just

,- .... .,__.--- 4... ...' -Canal._ J ; ,__ UN mlEDS-OJo"_ 1'1:01'.LJb.:: _J d> of her friends at )her handsome -Phone ,
----- An WOninTantcatlfti; *xcept"fronflrour uthorlae :MORE VATSIU, -
w al Ened by the writer. O. I Leighton; chief hydro- j I being the entertainment provided for'
Rejected matter will not be returned' unions called for 1 I 1181TII.1'/; I IN COUNTY.': I 1 196
- -- --.. graphef of .the Geological Survey, their pleasure.! .

Entered. at the Poatofflce In Klasltnmee. Florida, am m'oonj-clans..mall.rruiUor_' I has resigned i to I"ecome'chief' engineerof 'I The game was spirited} from 'U'e'
. -
-- ------ FRIDAY :MAY ,9 1913. the project. j The.dipping of a thousand/ and( fifty :I,!: beginning, and everyone, strove by I fyou arc domiciled in the Shiningt2nnHouth''I'

.. ._ I (Isham G;, Randolph, who 'was a head of rattle owned by E. L. Lesley, (I[ hard, work, close attention und good
- -- - - - ,- ( West >nd and
--- T "I nWIYJ.! (>I' or I the board, of''consulting 'II'hk)1; i iirc'desUncd", ; for if trip,i iIt)- |playing-to win the; p'rize, and some a'

engineers for the Panama Canal the plums of Kansas, began yesterday very high' wortsuae 111U1I'v loul Mrs.! I "hoice bit, of groceries quirk, just call

II 'I (I builder of the! Chicago drainage" ('11- aril l was completed' this afternoon! Hi.suSimpson i : ) :"lisplayed the most 1'71) lot's, phone\

j;i The Florida Legislature : nil i is t tii represent/ the -tate a.i its when loading them .into cars hegun. liilcut or had the best IUl'R. for she ..

I 'thief engineering authority. l.eijjh- It wuthe lira ""l"fOIIl1UIII'e of the won the coveted prize, which was a

e 1 Ion and !Randolph! !t will cooperate j in kind evei put Oil the hoards. in this handsome. white silk fan.At 224
{ I i Tallahassee' 1 r'la.May 7.- Wednesday I'alm (teach hut, the thing had not
the management of the huge/ 4,>rojet.. section, and hundreds of our peoplewere the close of the game coder's
.' was u very somber. day in the been .etmaely' considered, after the
Thetale of Florida is l balking the hand to witness t the, plungeof uiiil the hostess with her
house. The members were just back fii-l t few day- of the session for the in II' you inhabit any portion of the
enterpnse, alieady ha'I1Inv"t..d/ the cattle into the \ at The work' clia'iming. imiiiiieiserved, ( a solid
y I. from their. junket to 1'ensacolii, and reason that the county di\ision mattii ,iit\ in' "untl\,, und l wish a fair deal
a rreatinn in ,it.Sexeial t. A, t'. of follo\\-
( I i.inidii" I the supervision' of l 111. cnurse' ' Teal good thingand
all of them trying to fignie out I from (Orange)
;.' were coming up county
: .lame-/ Wiight, : of those. 'in Shoein. (Cioceries; , you better
years ago I liinch' of the F. derol I liureau" of Animal -d it up' with an ice 0111" '
: C. what they had gotten out of it. I'en- (J\ ei shadowed everything else in the
im engineer in the Uureau, of ]IInul1-> Industry) who I i.- ably assisted ,byMr. little niceties that so appeal to the
r sat'oln i iH a beautiful town and the county division, hue. and then that
Hge niM-stigjt ion-, ,resigned and! entered I :\I'JIl' ,,.II. assistant lo the State ladle The. entertainment \VS.held
I hospitality there is and the. front, Washington county was another
g generous:
the ser\lc" of the state of 1'lornla who will the the winch wendecorated See
Vefeiiuiiiun. certificate ,
I sign on spacious porches' George atTAYLOR'S
hilt xVas ,
i.; I people are splendid really whatis which )bound to puss. With these
I as thief engineer" 'in I chaige of that the cattle httttreceived, ] with roses, hut lent aplra'tng
it that of two of the -there seemed-to
legislator out IIi out
} a gets way
this I work, I lie laid 1 out a I plan and l the the of
lo beauty
trip of this kind. The :State doesn'tpay settle down over the opinion of affair the proper' tiealmeiit hy dipping kground
r did a large amount of construction\ I because
: for ; idea that useless ,: i-ci tilicatc being necessary I the' ladies.
it, mind youthe; I man himself an' it was to tune
of canals :Some; ago Wrightleft th" cuttle I intended for interstateshipment. Those '" were Mrs. A. (C. Uarliciui -
are present
j pays, and it cost, I should say on pass any more riMinty division bills! ?, :
the State'ser and then
1 \ ice, since Mrs Hes-
) :JtrVulter I Uarlicnu
an average of $::10! a man, even with and so it was just left that way and | ,
' I the greatly reduced railroad I 'a I"H.I so remains" ut the present. There I' the officials ha\''been casting about .\ description oj'u dipping vat was .Simpson: 1111'V.. 1 B. :\ ", ) The stone building, Broadway! and
i in the effort to make certain of puttingthe this three weeks : H. c. :Stan
There in of be of sentiment. The (pubh-hed in paper" MiI.ouis O'lh'an.I's.
.4 : were the neighborhood a may a change ': Midland. H. /K.
weak ''he hands. of the ''
I in Itghlpeople therefore is only necessary. to 'fold. Mrs. Clay' Johnson :Mrs. ( uy'
j I hundred men who went which, at a divisionisls of lleSoto: county came up ago.
i rough (calculation i.s three thousand, und waged a great (combat! and' there I As )jt is lee biggest,( drainage state that the vat is patterned some- '1 Livingston, :Mrs.'. 1. K.; Mattocks\ Mrs.\ The Independent Grocers

: dollars. Not bad for I the railroadsj wus much talk and some hot words )1 1 1 and reclamation l project in the lung( afar the shape of a washtuh, (;c1,,11,1111Jol'ton.: Mrs. R. 1) Hleius Phone! 2.riO) Quick Delivery

1.- j and rVnsncola although/ the commercial over the attitude of :Senator (Cooper,1, entile count l.v. ,it was determined first and i- uppioached' by a 'hll..dln passage :Mrs t'. I.. Handy, Mrs. S. I H. Bullock, .
make SUMwhethel the
1 f I associations of that ton treated hut there was nothing doing in this to great .intii which the cattle are driven.On ;Miss Florence. Cunning, MISS :Mary\
I he and .
drained econd.whether .
; the of division It h the suamp can ; I reaching the tub the cattle fall ( 'al' oll. Miss Sue Watson und thehostess. three
33 guests royally. way ; so wus +tit' i if unlined, the reclaimed) hindwould during the next weeks, and it
proposed new county of :Santa I Fe, and or jump lit). the tub being filled to u :MrsV J. Sears 'behooves' u man to keep his eyes open
I he'
Pcnsacolu is a truly southern town; ( wortb enough/ to justify the
I that it will, be with the .depth, nf about live and a half feet "
predict so
to prevent unjust legislation. The
there is town the South thatdoes millionjf eJK-n-e, involvedAcoidmgly
\ no in ] .
proposed new(()unl from I I'ad' und" s' with a solution of KiOO) gallons ofwater. SENATOR DONEGAN senator .returned Tuesday night to
the host stunt more lavishly the :State has inayle a ,
7" sal soda'U: >
I'alm Heach .I.-J.: Willis, of I"d"f
than Pensacola except :Savannah. Itstems Levy outset, with the J. ( ; White inglieruig : Tallahassee, and will remain there
county, is up here on the proposed new poundof arsenic und -n gallons of HERE THIS WEEK until the close of the session.
that! these poll towns ate especially ( ' of ;Ntit'urkh; .
of 'but, pine Iii I. The cattle me completelyubmeiged
hiery wielyconcludes i
giftedvith: the spirit l of hospitality county Bloxhl.1I11. I undo, which the poration, ,is tirt
" when falling into the \at .
that it will, be u-ele.-- totry
und it is fine foi the towns I[" II aka .1 t eldad.daIl1111allOlI and and a- they come -tint for NHILF'I'IIE: /ISI.ATOKS; ; / / : FKASTAT PRICES THAT fIT
to do anything at( tin- Hie, up
that they have it and know how to people who want to create-e--ioii the new I < ,pM, ,)| .ind then I if the :State; deteiIIIIM the leal, "end. when-' they find, stepin I'f NS.1L.lIE: ) \'In;:4IJ-:

do it. To know how to cntcitain Is I' to 1".1 with theolk, will
county of Kloxham are. bopini; that climb! out on They then go into I It ) HTSINKSS:; : ;:; IIKKK.: YOUR POCKETBOOKIS
the I thing thaI excitemore, envy between I :u die 1h toginttnug" and on-ltm
the. will be abbto' get t the 'l-lll a ill'iPpliig p"'n. wllete they lemuln
the ladies/ than any other, one ,10, lollII"1: Leighton' haa(
through!) at the" next' -C--KH' aid it I i- 'CM! :H i f( w 'minute01' until ill) the.ltcl I'lle member, of the It'gi.ltclurt-
competition ; so it should be between ; | ', likely that tiu/ attitud, will help. \\ }h,4- dllp'ed/ '|' off. \\hlh 11111thiough ll.l\mg I accepted( :an imitation of t thetat
cities and towns. Pensacola 'is by I Mt \t hdt ( oHern) II. ( dune( lion Ill, BIISELI.IN1: : (; DUY GOODS;
them to inch -ooiu-i\ than a pipe back into the \ at of I'cn-aiola. to .lt and, *
\titoiy y \I thlll"lty
j. far the gainer by having had the legislature 1 ill-, /pi tln.| '( t tHe ( I.OTHIM: AND: NOTIONS
would otheiwi-e I be 1 the (is-- I : ma\ Tin \\nik' I began about Iwo t o'clo( I ke1cida meet. :Si-iielary; of I the :Navy': Daniels,
S 1'ensacola nuutigrto, find !I.Tt 1odat'oi Moiida, for II.alllImll"i .. TOMOKUOW.There .
I happen' that -0 lilt. oth' ''antv, diiion \ ) al'l'IOOOU. and when night. bath. IHHI-C-" adjourned on Friday of
some excuse every session to get' the I II 11, -I I < \ l of theituation
t\\ ; \I lull will -lip' through" 'im''t! 'it ai/ I lived ,11:1{ : head had taken a bath last week until Tuesday of this, week
im-mlH-rs over there, and tlwa 1'<' "I J-to ,II t" ;-IM, < .1" sly open mi-c
);4 always glad! to go and it j is ,no'" "reflection dne-u'1 look so al the pie--nt wilting' :,1
:Sambola) June, of Itaton, Iou/: ".','. I a route' tads, of (tin- recess. to return to their
.t. : )located the Stanford-Millet,
(? on I'cnsucola to state thai "I! .> "I' d-,, I noxui\ mor( ahoul Is in t

;.1 they are also glad to get back. Thenf a man' of con-idnable' ili-t inction' inhi .( Kvelg'.ii:: Juan t eoul I 't.r ,:at'Hi I II The -ucle.'f tin- Inal dip, haJIlIh".1 !hniiieand. look over their business ';I budding 0'tt.wart'. : avenue next to

f is such u thing as too much hospitality own :Stati-; . has been m Talliihaee '. : i il i I'lo.-n! one "UI -"y examination ol'n an interest m oui lattlemen jilfair-, among that number. was the { the ]bowling, alley) and it I is owned and l

.( the" past t wvek\ (looking: after the to the necessity,t of ridding this, :Senator; from" this, district, lion. Arthur will be / Mr. I. I I.
und Pcnsucola, while not overdoj Ii a-tei{ i ii I ,.nduch' ,mat'i: i .1.1i operated by Taylor,
i j ing it, docs not place any (limit on matter of an appropriation, f-or an i i t\i I '"! !iII. saran of the tick, and it is mnie thanPrttbahle K.: 1101"1(1111.S..II.t. ), I the man who has madeuch :a wonderful f/ \t
habit/ i iI that manv vat.will be built, I
) ut the Panama ( anal "e.xpo ." Uoncgan is connected with
,- ; what 'her giicsr ma0.. and when I success m Tampa. Lakeland .and
i the special I train reached. Tallaha--ec -itnui, to be held in :San; 1'1 tin -i-n in I In-: tart fat, jiulilK' pIMilei' hs al dill'ereiit place- in the county Jurin many diffeient enterprises, in this section -J j Jacksonville i selling goods at figures

i Motulay/ morning' 'bearing" t the legis- P'l.'i' Ml, ./.lone-ii i0"" of the nio-t nmowed. down to :N";. .1/ Lilian, !, ofVnaola. I, ; the next t few lIIonl h.. I In some which require. his constant attention I: )less than the uM-rage merchant can

I tutors and their lends" on the return ;affable! )" of men and on" of the hctinformed. | andV V Tuilej. of* I state the authorities pay the ( \ penseof but while hero he found time ''buy them wholesale.) .

trip, there was nobody sorry to. IN- \ He takes the attitude ( 'Ii atIaniinra, Tenn.- Chain e- of 1 budding \uts, and, charge small to discuss, pending legislation, with the Mi, 'T'aylor, says that he has not

that llandshoulll make a good' exhiltit fee for clipping, and it i possible' the .editor of this. He
.lame.M.: stated that
I back in old Tallahassee. The legislative I.yiuh, 'head of the typoiMajducal paper. ( ?me here to hurt any other merJallt' -
that if the State:; made any sort, and Cornelius (, county commissioners will take the to the time of his leaving the
; 100. grind was resumed'' with some I I union, Ford t up capitul ( business-, but believes there i is

V. misgivings, and some aching heads, of an exhibit that it should be a good I.' :'I.h'I''I': ', the other eUlld"lat..s.Iii matter up at their next meeting looking ,' only eight bills had been presented room in Kissnnmec for a merchant

( f but while there was the apparent luck one, and that a vast umoun-t of good ,- believed l to have vanished. 'Henatur t I to that I'"d.lISSplmI'S'. to the ( ;lovernor for his signature" who has I learned the art of buying

of the snap and vigor thatusually may ]be accomplished through/ this Fletcher, who is chairman of the :1 hut during the past few days a considerable i goods ut very low prices and selling

: characterized the proceedings, the machinery i j 1 medium. lie ,has met with much encouragement j'j'I joint congressional committee on IIANLL\1'4GON: } : number had found' their them ut a small profit. Ilia store

moved .without and considerable !'i both from the members) printing, which has supervision of the way to the executive office, although comprises everything usually found ina

'/ creakingg. and the newspapers, and there is the great Government' printing office, is 'All that' Missouri needs iii; to be there were none of vital importance. general merchandise house, such as'

The forenoon in. the house was l'l'II' I imminent 'likelihood that an appro-, leaving-no stone unturned. to land shown. When the'Missouri people The, senator was unable to say as to ladies' dresses, ladies' underwear,

," given to the consideration of the revenue -.'. ation will be made., !Mr. Jones"says Lit: lard the job. Lillard has the solid found out that they needed Rood roadsin what would be the outcome of the men's pants, shirts, all kinds of notions
t that he is reasonably certain that their business, they elected a }legislature -
a backing of the whole oT Florida und publicity bills
.t' bill, and it was expected that as opinion \\n pretty and u general assortment of
'.: the Senator Bryan primary bill would sum equal| to the amount that I is given ought to get the pIli,..'. The nomi-ilIltIO | of the kind to got them good -tr"rong in the lower house against( household goods! und he especially
by the] title will be taised the ,'ulld..
he taken up in the afternoon. TheItryan among ; )' of Tuilev today was again j jpiesed dealing, any more taxes, but' I thatKeprejientalive calls' the attention of the ladies to the

,:. I 1111'u" set for I the special order -. ransportalion t companies and other : 1 1 upon President I Wilson. by I And the legislature/ .' -et to it1. ,ip ( Stanford was putting I l fact! that ho sells four tin cups for

" .- and Representative. Knowlesmoved interests\) if the Slate will take the Scnutois Shield of Tennessee and i poiiitd j job (hid ,fully It made, rood./ up a hard fight for, the'in.: As to the I"\ e cents.
,I t initiative and condition, its donation I Lain I It passed! a fine' and aide huiih of I
and Chambeilain
of ( lea-e bills
o coiiMct
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at three o'clock that the specialorder regun.1'hef thought a compromise ,, All he asks o for the people of
upon such grounds.) :S. Guy; ( :Mcl.en- 'feuds of i' road laws. You'll see the effect' ofthem ,
Lynch and Ford are also would be reached but bill Kissimmee
:. be considered.. To the .sui priseof a ,| to cull and examine his
don, former railioad. I in i iond-loads I :Mis.-ouri, that ;
be of
many, however the motion, or t-> petted to active this weejt) since | some character along thut line stock. He has no fear but what they
.: of ( ;,'ol'g'III.III\. been in\ itch to address\ i will make, t the surrounding states sit I
\ : rather suggestion made by Hepresen- it i- known that the {'resident. may j ji would be passed.' "Of course," said' I, will buy. The store, opens for business -
the legislatuie on the Panama ranal up and take >tice -and then get in
t j tative Harry (Goldstein: that the "consideration i choose the man for the position" in iy he, "the real business will be done I tomorrow.Advertisement..
und its relation to \Domestic" und Foreign I the near future I I Missouri: band wligon.
}d7? of the revenue \bill be considered -
( Commerce, and it seems that the ] Senator; Fletcher again President The only fly in the molasses" seems -
i saw
I further, prevailed und the| -
} members will be well informed on the Wilson. [behalf to lie that legislature was even too
Bryuri bill wan put off until ten o'clockThursday today in of Lil-
iY\ morning. subject before' it IB over wilh. ]ian! lie strongly urged the President enthusiastic., In its good roadM'I' I'I

The suffrage amendment caused u to appoint the Florida man. Mr. eagerness it passed one rail, hill l that i> /

.4 t Goldstein is coming to be u thoughts sensation in the house, for the reason Wilson has not the doesn't fit in with the others. In fact i

I s and useful legislator, ] ; not .that hehasn't that a number of the members spokein of all the yet candidates gone over for papers the- that bill to split up the state road | FREE .
1 ,2a always, but he is more favor of it while decrying the place but is expected to soon. fund (passed on the next to the lash I

t s so this time than ever before. He merits of the proposition. There was day of the session) is directly in conflict I -

:: #t has been the speaker's right hand really not a man in the house who The loving appointments of with the better considered pro- -

to 't man. The speaker seems to have se- avowed his advocacy. the principle fourth class postmasters in Floridawere pram. I:

lected the two Harrys; to lean upon- without equivocation; those who today announced by the Post- But it's chiefly to straighten out ,

Harry Floyd he leans upon for his spoke in favor of it said thai they office Department: just such hurried inconsistencies that'

oratorical pyrotechnics, and Harry would vote against:: it at the polls. A Alliance, Jackson county J. M. all bills are checked up to the governor I'

Goldstein for the more substantial report was started, and it took fast, Sims vice 1>'. A. Beauchamp, resigned. for his more careful going over. To Every Customer Callingat

leadership. Floyd is a spectacularartist I that there were no southern women' Douglas, Calhoun county, J. C. As Governor Major did so much to

and could not be depended up- in the crowd of who Stock well put through the real roads '
suffragettes (new office). Frink, Cal- good pro- 'I Our Store
I on for sordid work, no more than ar' t!i were working for the passage of the houn county, H. C. Leonard, vice B. gram, and as he can save it by vetoing -

two-forty record trotter could be made I amendment. This was obviously untrue E. Coxwell, resigned.The the conflicting bill, there wasn't I
; to do dray duty but Harry Goldstein I' much harm
and the ladies set about offset- done.

4 ft has qualities that Harry Floyd hasn't ting this story. They were back Brocton 'limes says : "Michi- With that kink out of the way Mis-

t -thus it is that all things are equal- I again, working hard for the passage gan probably looks pretty small to souri will proceed to do the showing.
I }YrI, bed; there's the old rule of compensation I lof the resolution in the Senate even that 21-year-old boy, who, reared in -Kansas City Star.

on the job, and in time everyman after turned down in SATURDAYA
k'1 ," they were poverty, has suddenly received $2-
I'-( ' ;' gets. what is coming to him! house. They made many friends for 000,000 through the will of a relative. Probably at the present price it

; While the Chouse was considering the the cause by their persistent work, What an unfair test to impose on a would hardly be possible to buy

i revenue- bill' in the committee of the I and there can be little doubt that some poor boy these days." But that boy enough ice to cool off Congressman

,, whole, Harry Floyd was resting from of the speeches against the resolution will look a good deal larger than he Sisson of Mississippi, but a cooling(

k his trip to Pensacola; Harry Goldstein '', made votes for the cause. There ever did before Michigan.-Exchange. pT( is. what he needsPhiladelphiaPress.

( wag offering amendments, and moving were some rather wild statements, I $1.00 Razor Hone Will Be \

t '. '. ,J "the adaption.of the amendment." He { and it is invariably true that unreas-

always says adaption, so the error is II onable attacks help the cause at- \OT1CE TO CRRDITOng. The entire graduating class at the Given.

not one of typograpical: making. It tacked. In ('..rt .f eYe (....t? ........ !State Berkeley, Cal., Pacific Theological I

is always good, to I know that there are The somewhat ancient attempt to .f. Florid, -ttmrrolm- c....,.. seminary last week consisted of-

1 "other eyea in'Spain," for if we 'were divide the State hae begun again. Of In tf' fcrtate of FRANK WILCOX! three Japs! Secretary Bryan had

a aH east in the same mold there would this will ore all CT......... Lat**.. Dl.trfb.- better inquire into that while he is ,
course to nothing. ...... mm* mU P...... _.... Clmtmtf out in California.-Macon News. .....
be in the world.
variety, There is some talk in favor
newspaper .r agslaiit .ald Batatei .
What : find return of it but down in the bottom .
did W0 upon our right W. B.
t You and each of you are b.r.t>y What a cyclone ticket Roosevelt and MAKINSONKissimmmee CO.
:from Peoyapola except a first classcountydtoJioB of the minds of the representatives notlflcd and required to preaant any
claim and demand. which yet..J. Kelley} would make. The only ob- .

t't .I flghtrwhicjh had been they know that the movement mlat rltlxr .Of of link: mar deeealeQ.late'ot'O.ceola : nr jection Is It would not be late to turn : I" J
d.1.k4'ot.r'ot.r night asit J Werfe.Thar wiU to the Wllcox.
tt', ? ; come naught-just a* at them the'
County Florida, to th* un- boUt loose at sam time. '' '
I had bsn some talk el" the creation tempt to move the capital has always der.igned l vxecutora .rfthj old estatewithin Florida
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two y ara date hereof: to *
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FRIDAY' MAY: >1 l8. 'I"lS'E'' KJ S.<>'1MME I fe VALVEfe: XJZ't, ; fit;: ( . ,_ _____ r 'di -. . ,\ _. .. . ..P.A.G..L;
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THE lOSSIMMEE i VALLEY GAZETTE Th. Board ,of Trade, will held iu on.thV: '
T. Pb n. o. 11. ., ; City tax,,book close : ,19th. ., .. ,
I,regular meeting: Monday night. .' .f
The Cine League will meet at theChapter \ "
Published Every* Fitform Clothes'
W. B. HARRIS.Friday. By' .Sam, lAipfer.; Jr.:, left Wednesday C? 8e'oext': Tuesday; ':May ., ,-.,.! ti I 1 '

for a week's visit"I' with .relatives af'St, : ,13th, at S .

.. Augustine. . Our
'Pay your taredbefore! the 19th or '

I Weather Report James, Miller, ,Jr.,, U: home from you will be(Charged adverttaing'fees.. suits are among

Lake City, where he has been a stu-
-. L U. (Doc) Lightsey Bartow was "v the best known'dnd re
dent ln Columbia College during-the :.. .:.. A -
the prominent out of town men li'b'mi.k'e the .!
-. Following are the daily temperature J term just ended. among o in
and precipitation a* Miss yesterday.. ._. .- .. country.- We' :can"give
Eslello B t.1ermemb; cthe ( :

reported by .the Government I High School faculty the past session If you want -to'* save money,, you'd 5 I you a good fit out -of hit
station at Kissimmee for the best call on City Clerk Gilbert before
is spending vacation at her home \ 1
week ending May 8. 1913. in Lakeland. he 19th. The tax books close on that our clothing cabinets in
+ MAX Mil. RAIN I date. 's -r 1 Grays, plain or fancy '.
I Miss Nora Hart, who.taught 1n' our
Friday. . . .. 84 57 . I High school the _past .sesslon..l1alkre.,. W. J. Squires and wife of St. Cloud, Blues, at. $16.50. and
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Saturday . 86 B4) puisecT through?KisVimmee yesterday
turned to her home at Lakeland to 2000.
Sunday. . . . 88 57 spend vacation. en*. route to Covington Ohio, for a F

Monday . , 91 60 month's stay. i

Tuesday . . 89 60 Miss Emma Futch, who has been -
,!;'V. M. Ferrell left yesterday for a HOT WEATHER
I Wednesday 88 60 one of our competent teachers in the ,
i central of the SHIRTS ;
through the ARROW
Thursday 86 64 .85 High School, left yesterday for her trip part CLOTHES
state in the interests of the South

0000000040I1111111111111111111111111 home at Hampton. Florida Lumber Company. Including Palm Beach, A style for every tastein

E A. Campbell, a newspaper con the soft madras sum
Don't forget that the Board of 1 / Mohairs, Crashes and ,
test of Dublin Ga.
promoter was in
Trade will hold! its regular meeting shirts with detached 't
I the city Wednesday and paid a frater light weight flannel mer

ii THE LOCAL FIELD. I nal visit to this office vital Monday importance night? at will which be discussed.matters of I trousers. collar to match. Soft roll :

French cuffs.
Miss Belle Hardy, who has spent
Mrs. Kenneth Butler and daughterand
11111111111111111111111111Strand the past ten months here with Miss "
Miss Jzctta Anderson leave today .
Nannie Reese, left yesterday for her STRAW HATS
wood $1.25 per strand. for California, Penn., where they will SUMMERUNDERWEAR
home' at Eatonton, Ga.
Prompt delivery within city limits.' spend the summer with friends and Plain and rough sen-

Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tl W. J-J. Harris, owner of the Valley relatives. nets in this season'sFITFORM B. V. D. and POROS-

Gazette, with his family, left yester -
$1 off on Stetson hats at Law.Iun's. The City Council will meet in ad- KNlT'in Union and Two'l
day for an extended visit with his styles,. $1.50 to $3.00.
when "
:- 20-It journed session Monday night,
father-in-law W. Seymour, wt Ojus, the question of final settlement with Piece suits. "

For rent-Modern: 5-roorn bungalowin Fla. the contractor for digging the drain-

heart of town. T M. Murphy. 19tl ditch will be acted ""Correct Dress KA TZ'SORANGE PANAMA HATS
1' L. Woodham and sister, Eva, of age upon.
For Men'7 .
Reductions all the store at NarcooHsee, left Wednesday of last ,
over Mrs. Mary J. Ashe, who has spent Three styles, 500.
201t I week for New York, where they took
Law son's Great Saving Sale. the winter here With the family of A. ,
for to remain during .
passage England, ,
S. Nelson left yesterday for Independence
H. Brokaw with Griffing
W. .
the summer with their parents. .. .
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Kan. Mrs. Ashe expressed>
ers, the tree people. 40-tf I' I",'
The\ : Layman's meeting will be heldat herself as highly pleased with Kissimmee GROVEAT cfola: High School, but some of it will I duced had come among us to guide j 1\ .

Great Saving Sale continued. Come the Presbyterian church Sunday I and it ill probable she bear repeating, for our school is our the footsteps of our children in their \

and get some of the bargains at Law- afternoon at 'i: o'clock and will be led turn here in the fall. POOR FARMWILL first pride, and woe until the man search for knowledge, but we all know .

son's 20-lt cordial invitation who says it isn't the best in the South.In it now, and if such an unfortunate
by A. S. Nelson] A most and wife leave
Prof. R. M. Evans first the for should that he decides
be the place enrollment thing occur to
the to
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 1C8 is extended. public Tuesday for Oxford, (;a., for i imonth's a BE BROUGHT TO HIGH 1 I this year reached to 735 pupils, the remove to other and larger fields, he .
for your wood $1.25 and $200 per preset visit with relatives and STATE OF PERFECTION BY 'eighth in rank as to numbers in the would leave a pang of regret in the

strand 7tf }$u\, I L. K J.iv.'rmore and wife, who friends, after which they will go to ORDER OF COMMISSIONERS! State, and we know of none whereas heart of every person in Osceola

O. C. McLean, the Narcoosee tuipcntine '- have "spent the winter at the home ofI Chicago, where the professor will do 'I few teachers are employed in the county i

operator, spent :Monday in the I 1))J. G.; Krancis on Emmett street, left postgraduate work, looking to i a I At the meeting{ of the Board of 'ratio of scholars The eight graduates But a leader can do but little with- )*

'Ity today for their summer home at I It.b- higher degree They will return herSeptember I County ('ommihRioiK'i'K on :Monday, : are entitled to enter any university out the assistance and cooperation of

anon, ('01111, The 1 will return acrum 1st superintendent of the Pool Farm in America without examination, trained assistants, and in this Prin- i

('ai nations fol'lollw"s; !Day." the' <'umlllWlntl'r./ It. DeWitt Brown has closed 1 his was given instructions to purchasethe I' which is proof there is no high school cipal Evans has been remarkably for- [$;.

Leave I orders carlswell :Miss lean Cull! music house, dismissed his music I necessary' supplies to be used in I anywher that has a higher standard lunate There is not a teacher in the +eschool .
the t'orfederury ,
florist. 1 IU\ tpil, The I Dinted Daughters/ of And who is for the but what fits the
class for the summer and will leave bnnjfiiiK/ the orange grove at this f responsible exalted j perfectly position "
Chapter "
will meet at
Hurtow for Ohio to spend the next four farm up to the highest/ state of perfection I position our school has in the she fills, and especially is this "
Mrs W. II. Bradford, of is House- next Wednesday afternoon at
months with friends He will leturn I world of learning? The teachers, true of.Miss. Yowell and Miss Bryan. ;
the week with hl""ish'r" o'clock All members are urged to
spending 4
in September, when he will BRain/ open This (grove consists of about fifteen headed by that scholar and gentleman, These most efficient teachers have
M. I Collins matters of importancewill
;Mrs lie
present be discussed as, his music how<<, and receive scholar" acres, arid up to within a few yearsago I U M. Evans Prpfessor Evans came been with the school for years, and t y

Frank Chandlei, one of the' usingoung for instruction on theiolin and produced an annual revenue to to our school some years ago from there never has been and never will "

\ men of Hassenger, spent a I UeS. .S. Snyder, who has filled the piano. the county of something like 'ive Tampa,.,and at that time we were not be any question as to their teaching ,

couple of days here this week pulpit of the Presbyterian church I thousand dollars, but for lack of proper aware that one of the ablest leaders I the next term-their tenure of service ;, !

\ V I here for the past four years' w ilpreach Lloyd (otte-rman, a young lad ten caieit dropped back until now it I and instructors the State ever pro- |l is wholly at their option. .
:Sec; W. D. J. Sumner for all designs' years of age died at the residence! ol
about thousand
his faiewtll sermon Sunday, PI'<)dUClonly two - -- '
and, prices of white lining, monuments and a special invitation is extended his parents' in South K>ssimme Wed- I'dollars.. The action of the commi,'. I .1"t ,

statues nia\c( lovers, headstones to the people of Itis&immee to attend nesdaafternoon, and his f'mainsleft sionerelonduy> : means that the grove I'

etc 20-ltp the' service. on the train yesterday for Kokomo I I will be made to again yield hand- Red and Buff Gray and ;i .,
]rid.l to be buried in the family : BRICK ;

.J. A. Barclay and wife left :Monday I I Poor fai ms as a rule are a consider
Iowa, to spend r.
for Sioux City, i are here for a short visit with relatives home of the leieased's parents The of Common BuildingLarge
the able tax on the people, by reason
will return in I
the summer 1'hey Captain Hall for many years< cause of his death was sore throat. I
I| there l>'emg so many pauper to care
fall to remain permanently
from ;
the route
commanded boats Stock
(' on ; the Baptist Prompt Shipment
Sunday morning at for, but the one in Osceola county had

Paul Bernard, of Bassengc-r, passedthrough here to Okeechobee, and his numerous church Dr. Holt will deliver a doctrinal been a revenue producer since the-day !

route to his old friends are glad of the opportunity from the text "On this WE .SAVE YOU MONEY '
the city en sermon it was established. It is a rare occasion "

home in Michigan( He will return to renew, acquaintance. rock I will build my church, and the that a person applies for .admission .

here in the early fall.. .J.y M. Willson, Jr., and wife will. gates of hell shall not prevail against to our poor farm, thereforethe A. C. Cottyers.i\ ;L;:
J. II. Redditt has moved his hos I leave Thursday of next week for it. At night he will speak county is practically expense I

where take "Righteousness exaltelh a nation, in that line. The reason for Duval Bldg. 204m. Jacksonville Fla. .
for sick watches to the Fleming Tampa, they-will passaReon ,
pital avenue oppo- Mallory: line steamer for Mobile, while loin is a reproach to any people. !' this is that cverman with the energy I

building on Darlington Everyone invited to attend, and ': of living here, and
Baker IH-t:! but will leniain' aboard on its return it gopher can cam a ,
site the > ,
strangers especially' welcomed 1 people look down on one who
I trip to Tampa and (continue the voyage / our any
Arthur Uicen, tiavcling 'lepieselitative "- to 'New:; York, where they' as usual, The friends, of Keami :Mrs S. S.,. can but does not work for a livelihood -' ,

of II & W 1?. )Diew) Co, at \ will pseud the summer. Snyder" in the church and community, ,, . Lowest Seed Prices in Florida \

Jacksonville, was in the cits Saturday : are invited to meet them at the homeof ,
I :Madame Stephenson\ left on the? noon I :NOTICE.Kissimmee I \
tailing upon the tiade Mrs K. A. Russell, : w! Main street,,
rain Tu.sday I for her summer home ,,, Flu., 'I, 191:1.:!
on Monday, May 12, from 7W:: to 10 May And for the best TESTED seed too.
C' K: Swope lift Tuesday for' his at Hound Brook, N. J. Madametephenson ]Please] call and pay your light bills
p m Ir. and Mrs. Snyder are I ,
home in Ohio to spend the summer ; has a national reputation the of each and month f
every :
1by 1
in town,
the us after four years our PEAS SOJA BEANS. Write for special ; .
He will return here in of kennel of Chihuahua ,
months as the owner a Las I I have been instructed by the City
anxious for
: and their friends are I
fall. the smallest breed knownto low introductory prices and catalogue.
early clogs, opportunity to take them by the hand i Council to cut off all service from

Mrs C. C. Mattocks, who has forBorne exist, and which are her constant and wish them God speed. people who have not paid their light
she travels. FLORIDA SEED & FLORAL CO.
her son, J. companions bills by that date. h,
time been visiting I
of Mr.
Miss Grace Nelson, daughter
Bills will be mailed to the first
E Mattocks, in this city, left Tues Our people were most pleasingly and Mrs. A. S. Nelson, left on the of month. you GEO. R. EVANS, Proprietor,

day for her home in eastern North surprised Tuesday to learn that Miss noon train yesterday for Wichita, I every can be found at my new office on 201 E. Bay St. 20-4m, Jacksonville, Fla. l lr
Carolina I Lillian Cropsev Dunne and Mr. Clarence ] of
Kan., where she will take a course
i the west side of Darlington avenue.
A. Minx, were married at 8 business She
in college.
Cpunty Commissioner Frank Walker training a Office hours, 7 a. m. to 12 p. m.,
o'clock the evening previous by Rev. will return here before the close of
and wife of Bassenger, spent a few Ip. m. to 4:30: p. m.
J I. I D. Sibert. This happy pair begins the year, when she will take a positionin
in the city this week and were V. R. ELLIS,
married life under the most auspiCous the office of the Nelson Realty Co.
the Valley Ga- 20-4t Water and Light Collector.
callers) at
pleasant ClrCUmltance's, possessing a large circle Miss Nelson was a student at the Boyden Shoes
zette officeSherman.
of friends Florida Female College at Tallahassee NOTICE.We .

Drawdy has moved his There will be a Sunday school pic- the past session and acquitted the undersigned, agree, com- tl

family here from %,t. Petersburg, and lie at Milliard's Island just in the rear herself in all her studies with credit. mencing Thursday, May 15, to close For Men.

until they can find a suitable placeto of the Masters place on Friday, the The following, from the Atlanta our barber shops and pool rooms from . .

rent will make their home at the 16th, at which a program will be rendered Journal, contains a description of the noon on Thursdays until Friday morn .-

Park Hotel. that is calculated to please the annual celebration at Brenau college ing for the rest of the summer. New Arrivals---Latest

James Little, accompanied by his old, the young and the middle-aged, on April 28, at which was an automobile i Signed, Kenneth P. Butler, R. T. Styles l'I

refreshments served. A each state and county Butler, A. E. Ford, E. L. Fennel
family, left Monday for Junction City, as well as i parade;

Kan., to spend the summer. Mr. most cordial invitation is extended the I represented at the college having an I 1 t

to be prese't.The ; in line. The car "Florida" won .
Little, like hundreds of others, will return people generally auto COMMENCEMENTEXERCISES

to Kissimmee before the cold Christian church Sunday the prize, in which as one of the occupants Gun Metal Patent KidBlucher Tan Button

months come. school held last Saturday at was Mias Virginia Makinson 0. .". S. : Blucher Oxfords Oxfords Oxfords
a picnic offered
of this city. "The prize of $20,
Lawson, who taughtin Goblet's Cove, and almost every littlest decoratedcar i
Miss Bessie for the most appropriately
school during the term accompanied by their parents, and This (Continued from page 1))
the Whittier was awarded to "Florida. $6.00 $6.50 $7.00 s

just closed, has returned to her home many grown-ups who -do not possess car: was a bower of pink and white everywhere the rostrum, on the

-J here for the vacation. She was accompanied little tots took advantage of the occasion roses, drawn by an immense butterfly floor in the vestibule, in people's hands

to Kissimmee by Miss to pass a most enjoyable day. which was driven by a winged and pinned in the ladies' hair and to i All high top, tan and black, Men's

Mattie Baisden who will remain her There was a world of good things to Cupid. It was occupied by four young' the gentlemen's ,coats--in fact the Women's and Children's Shoes

guest for a fortnight.The eat, and the little ones:' had the time ,ladies daintily gowned in white and auditorium was one grand bouquet, I :1

at their lives. i wearing large pink hats. This most which, was most fitting, for the. beauty -continue selling at 10 Per Cent off :
of the Bap-
Ladies Aid society and family left successful pageant was under the di- of our. young ladies i is likened unto '
with Cap- F. N. Pettigrew .
ttet church have arranged excursion Wednesday for their home Jit Fox rection14 .Mias Florence Rohr -and that -at delicate rose jut come into I -t.I
tain Johnson for a moonlight .
Florida bloom: .
Irvine, The car
pleasant Miss
Wi". after a most
of his ateAmboats with Lake, ; ,..
on one is .was occupied by Min Adele Brossier, a finale, to this entertainment, i
Pettigrew a
20. here Mr. '
barge, on Tuesday night. May and during his of Miami, P:1: *.; .Mia Louise Liddon, the" life> ,"'$* which JMM never befori Yt
the of
will be served on hunter big game I Button Harris Co.
Refreshments small price will be stay here succeeded in )killing three of Miami, eta;' Mis ROM Marie been TH rtpsaed in M'immsetttp orcheatm -J gv g
boat a
,,. MU. Virginia rendered the Masonic Parade
Smlthf''PlaJlt'City Fla;
toward repairing immense alligator*, the bides of which ; '* 1
.charged all to go amount of 25 h. will place among his collection of 'kfakfriwm; of Kliaintraee, Fla.,' March by'MoCosb. Sellers of Comfort for the Feet
, the church. The small -John' mascot .f Gainesville Much ha*':betfn written; ..
! will\ be ikin or rare animal They will return -, and Rflfey; Jr., ; for.tb."j I i"
cent for the round trip J fall. Ga. .
to-KUwimmee in the.early
. charged. .

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f The following pupils have made an .
i i :t For Month Ending!: May 5th 1913. of not Jess than 90 per cent SurgeonPhones .-
i Advertisementsunder 600 pound this face bf eight First Grads average '
,fi ill all their studies, with'not less-than Ki88lmme
point body type, nearly new, plenty A Dh'-Eula Bowen, Virginia Office. 197 .
I '1 /of sorts of all kinds, displaced by installation Fansler, Carribel Hansel, Leona Jones, 80 in any subject and not less (han 00 Res. 248 Florida.
Ad..U.t. are I.. r... thto, fcnd .1 tke rat* of Q" of linotype, will sell to'first Eula Jones, Helen Schmidt, Isabel I II Itl deportment This include* pupils

'C..'. Per Lln. Fur Kmeh InM-nloa. one sending Order and check at 15c above the Third Grade.

v. . . . . . . . . . . . . _. . . . . . . . . . { Tyner, Bertha Witz, Leo- Canova, Will, I trade. ''
I I. . . . . . . . . . . pound. Probably 600 Fourlli RIVERS, M. D.
m .- . . . . . . . . : . '. . . . per over I.O'Neal, Claude Smith, Hulin Sny A --Nellie.Bowen, Carleon BryAn .
u4 FOR SALE.. FOE SALE100,acres of fine muck pounds, Div.-Clayton Yates, Jack Whid- Edith Miller Fern I IFanftlvr PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
: ,
Harriet Uuzxa !
I One .Inch.- .. ,
-22 Economic cutter In
land. Railroad survey through this den, Clyde Harri, George McAdoo,' I, '
FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein land and adapted to truck farming. good condition, replaced by larger, machine Fred Evans, Joe Lambert, Karl ) I la Kttflider', Alma Cooper, -' Ollicci Aver OscaPla<} Pharmacyldonce

d..reD1M-l icnce_ osla .!and 250y Price on application real bar- Will sell for $40 cash. First Voi-ena Fouls, Gladys I to well, Frances I"HONI: t H/ A3
cypress fence posts. A. TJ, Jarrell; lfilliK''AadrcB8 ) Schmidt, Arthur Bullock, Sam Downing IaLondc \UIJlce 148.
9r362-Kls8immeei '-- - J !h'Itz, Elizabeth: ;1Jnn,13esaie ,
1tr" '
checkgeTs: ; -
At ;i 'nI I 1). Thomas Fred .
Kissimmco Drug Co. Fla. 9-tf Lupfer, Bas '
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.. GAZETTE Irene I'ittnian, l1oJ'"ulhy'Hobm1J--) -- -
-- -- --- comb Lane
R. J. Granger Doyle Davis WINN1'IIYSICIAN
i FOR SALE--At a bargain, motorboat FOR EALE-Large size billiard table Kissirnmee, Fla. It Div.Frank Ballinger, Clinton ] '\i-? .L.
James Hollsclaw Robert Poe !
I '
"Gadtl)." 30x8% ; 15 In. draft; with full equipment. Apply to I II llass. George Deitz, Fred Howe, ALie I (

'+ 12 h. p. 4 cycle 3cyl. engine; full Frank Vans AgnCw. 3 : Marguerite .Duke, Edna Cayson, Kath- Johnston I lIonalI1\1a l ) ', Bonnie Sanj J.
called alarm ) ;
sv FOR SALE!;-Four good mules. J. W, | Marriage may an erimv Miller, Elizabeth Satterfield, I Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. ..
equipment; everything new. Terms Miller. It!. I clock that wakes man up from hilt 'I Floriebel Bass, Alice Buzza, Irene.j i| liutfo;, liryan Simpson, We..leVeitl.. ,iIIYJIInNY1'rt'NIIN!,,!' KlWIIMJIEIt.'
on part if desired. See Saunders -- - - 'Idealistic' dream.- Icr. Maurice Wilcox, Frank, Woodall. '1 llf II"K I'niNS'ti" : *iAU.AI
; I ITT ram Janet Graves, Marie Harper, j : .
at Gazette office. tf FOR I .SALE -Good fresh cow with i I Lucile ;Griffin, Madge Rivers,' Ethel<: I!. (Linton "\'oulll{. )KlivioOnffin.. .1, O.j I Il
heifer calf. A. C. Barbeau, P. O. 1,
; FOR SALE-Ten acres of good land I!ox 21t.! ( Kissimmee. :2!-'Jtpd .:..:":_:_:-:-:": :":.:.: : :+:->-:-:--:-:--.< ":--:..:. i iI !: Rodgers, Delia Ix.'dbetter, Ruth Herz- ,| Lodbetler. Pilth tirade; i IR.l liKWITT:
in Northwest KisMmmee, i : osnoI'Andc'I'IlYS1CIAN
fronting Ella
/ I :: I lung, Mae Owens i, ;
East on Vine strec. Suitable: fort 1V "* A /DiMa old; Flint, Hairy :Mc-

-: {, small fruits, vegetables: general MISCELLANEOUS.WADE AreYouLooking $:: Second Grade.; Adoo, Janette Sullivan, ..lismiUcmcn, Residence+ (Phone :274!
\ Uiv.-Kenneth
'\ trucking,, dairy or chicken farm. ]If :1:1':1:1'Y Bronson, Leroy Miriam Mungcr: 1 (Cornelia Ljinraslor.. Other! phone WKOOMIH
;II\1+ sold quickly, will take $750.00, the toner. Orlando. ', For Bass Jesse Bowen, James 4)ietz, Lewis H /Div. :Manic Stanford Terra'lnFred 1 ( :illlil, I
11' which is less than the city assessed "' 1 Hirtzcl, Ellie Johnson Sidney' Philips, SnitiH+ -- - -- --- "
r \ valuation. G. F. Kribbs Kissim- x () Schweiknrt, ('lij-istinf --
Tony Soperala, Alipio Santiago, F. S.
J nice Fla. 4t;. $10.00 REWARD f "' Kritz Lucile Downing, Nellie\ lIun......!. ,
;.' ((4\ :K1!.".(10( ( reward will lie paid tot therecovery ; 1 Ledhetter, Ruth Bowen, Blanche ,.Six111'nidi' (; : 1' I I ) I U. H. I D.) W1ENENJA I (

FOR SALE Well located information "hurchwell Vera Gilbert Eva Sessions -
., city lots I or leading to 't' I )Naomi A l>"'. Frank Bryan. Edgar:\ \Bry! VETERINARIAN: ': 1
) monthly installment G. F. of the ] animalsStray' l ? Starling, Dorothy Sat- (:
on !) M'covery" I following/ '
J" 1';( A Choice Farm? X 1 terficld.H. .- an. Allie May Cummins, Joan Smith HOCK( TREATED; FOIt
: ,' Parker. 17-4t j I from \! Fla.,
.1 Hassenger April Y r I |I Sadie Bryan Theresa IH'ilx.U. ALL DIJ1EA.3KH;
: Div.-Robt. Buckels, Godron Bul- ,
Lot Near In? .
City :
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Id.On. Div.:.-Kenneth "",.idl. SI (1tIoil 'I/xv I 'bins *
; J' SECOND-HAND CAR BARGAINS Jersey heifer, two years old :c: :r: I lock, Kirby Johns I'lose Johnson, Harvey : chum? !IK: ORJ-ANUOl FE"11th '-.
1 .!I City Lots Near the C.Ity.s. Outlaw Arthur Simpson, Claude Story, Raymond Heardcn.Seventh -
: 1912!( :! .Michigan, splendid' condition not !branded, light red with very darkluad tirade.

'. t $IUOO) ; cost 1 new $1 980.'! and neck, white on belly tail :.'?:; .Limits? 'i/: /I'I'aggart, Combs Young, Howard Mattocks Beulah McKenzie, Christine. Ivey. J-K.) J.V.. SIMPSON: I
Edgar Rodgers
t 912 Cadillac, splendid condition. and flanks, was heavy with calf and i ? I Uly Chapman I I .. Kath-
: Johnnie Bronson I LuBxey Winn, Gertrude Mi-Kay >
Some Orange Land at a Kelma Bronson, J DKNTIST.I'psiHirs ; .
i $1,280; cost new J2.240. may have calved, very tame. :, Gladys; Calkins, Noralee Chauncey 1[ Mary, Howell, Nonie Drivers, Ruth'llowell ,
1911 Cadillac, splendid condition: One heifer yearling, not branded. ( ; in Kin/ lluilding.Telephone :.
I Reasonable Price? Charlie Rogero. William Ar-j
f Bessie Crafton, Virginia Dann Ruth I
i These animals i I \I 11. m tn 12 m.
: ) were purchased at
$900; cost new $2,100. : I I nold. Oe I"II'l: I lnrKs: I
f Davis!' Vivian Ford, Ruth Hyde, I I 1:30:: 10 5:3t: ) p. m.
t Maxwl'JRoodHt'r K isimmce.Address.
: ., \ splendid condition Powers Katherine McKay, I Antta-I I IRogcro |I Eighth (;rude.Lynette No. 7t< Jun ft, Ivr
. all information to :f. .
$250; cost new $750. I I J Myrtle Savage Margaret'; Hogan, Edna Calkins. Ruth - ---- -

,. I'Ml! Rambler fair shape, $:Ur)0! ; l E. II. BARSCIIEL, : Y : Harvey, Lois Johnson, phena Strmip. l 1 1)i1 W. W. CARSON:: .
Winn. Sallie Ix-dbetter Nellie Wood- j
)lH-t:! Fla. :. Ask :: I i
f cost new $2,200. Bassengi : I .
.. all. basis I Dt-ilz, Leon Harbi-r. RobertJackson
VV7 } i I U IN'1'IS'l'IIhre :
And others just as. good bargains. FOUND" :"' A rani coat. Owner can :.,'. Mrs.. Summers {:' Third Grade.Pay Hot-coo Dmin, I I. U Getgrt( ; : ,

A 4 J MICHIGAN MOTOR CAR (CO.: have same by calling at this ofn..e.fI"O :lt. 608 PrF.lJ A e.. .v|' I I"x. 1 Bell, Verner Holt, Raymond Herbert, Little, Piator ( ;iilhirl.Ninlll ,, < over' Cole's! Jewelry I ; Storetidies

Agents for Ixjzier: Michigan 40( and paying for ,f, :? 11.11.VilliN Owens Charles : tirade.; ( hours h 12. 1 5
\ IIIJr property Jackson
.: and R-C-II.I.H41' this notice. .:-:":":-:-:-:..:+:..:-:.: ..;..:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:. Walter Griffin; George He-eves, Henry I.oi.s( Linn, (Cclc"-tc :Muscle, ) !rank OHiiiphoni' I Lr[>H
] 419! West Adams. St. ('ulkins. H""ld ienre 2:1!: i
Neufeld, Horace Dann Frankie R'l'd.1
'I Phone 4787 Jacksonville Fla. i ,;a. iiilmiiiistrreil' fur ext niclion. \ of ( 'Ih.
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MEET me Vt Kissimmee Drug/ Co., Wooster Summer SchoolJune Robert( Calkins, Artie Taylor Lois I ILilli Tenth (;inide.Kdna -- .-.- - t tI 1.
and we will get a drink of the best Schweikart.Kletrnlh, rl
: Ixah Iler/lH-ig, Norma Duke\ ;
soda water made. .Tltf 1 I 23 WOOSTER' OHIO. August 15 Leah. Wilcox Thelma Sutton, Dorothy I I tirade.; r ) Ii 1 ; !1-::. PAKKII I:I:

r FOR RENT. The largest "school in the state. :Miller Ruth III1.t..I.Iartha. : Ordds, :Nellie-:. ( Calkin"" AlliiStute l DK+ :S'TI'ST
Work for all, no matter who or what. lion Collins Doris :Nickols' Ella -------- oll'n I m l-K rst. I l a| \ "I'MAKMACY

? ; MrsE.EWeIIs l FOR RENT-Modern cottages, summer Ma> mil 1 be the' I best school, but good I iiaidner.: I Lily Hanscn.Fourth NOThe DlfffRENCE I 1fw, Hour- -. ( i to 1200 f ) Noori
rates. Mrs.-E.< E, Welto. lit? better. 1)0Pnot know-
and growing: I Grade.; (cm 10 r.-M( ) p. M

--- - .,.gl) icspond to encores when ilmak. .\ Div., Nellie.: Bowen. Curleon. Bryan --
I FOR RENT: OR SA LE': TWostorystore I I I
} Real Estate building on Brack St., North .-, mistakes The rainbow comes t ; llairiet Bu//.a, Ha I'aii.sleMAlma :! Proof Is Here I hiSame:; \s ''f I K( II S. (GKIC.KP; :

j. Kissimmee. Ii. C. Stanford. 2-tf!) down in Woostet. 1104! students lastsummer i ixip.T. Verena Fmits, (Gladys; .. llowell Kerwhere.. ) I't1 VXD I 110 1rf SURGEON
- - --- Sfi! instructors. 227 classes "
)Prances Kritz Elizabeth Linn Kdith.Miller. Citizens' Bank Building
and Insurance DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M.
a / I Tiller. daily Eighth: grade to postgraduate. : :Mabel Ploetz, 1 Dorothy Roberts, Knsimmee, Florida)

i Renting Dwellings, Furnished, I A .school. of inspiration and helpfulness Kli'/.abeth Ledhetter, Kern Kansler For those \\ ho "seek lelief. from kidney I'hnne, Ofli.e( J'::17.or (Iii
X FOR RENT-Flat of four rooms and Send for ,'atalotoday./ 1 Lillian Harris, :Maud Tyner LeacyTyner.
backache, weak kidneys bladderills H..I.n'.j.,. ,\ .
.s Rooms, and Truck Land a specialty bath room ; modern conveniences, :Mention Oils paper.J. I Doan's Kidney Pills offer hope at'lelief I' ., 14lyr'tw

'1 1;' I close! in. S. J Souders, IK! N. II. Dickanon, Prin. Wooster, Ohio. B Div.-Klmo (;Griffin Harry Arnold and the proof \is. here, in Kiiaiminee r. A VANK "'. --
,." Beaumont Ave. 19-tf 19-4t gr ,i Frank Ballinger, Clinton Bass, the same a.s everywhere. Kis- I{ HAWFOBU
;,If. Lon Dann) George; (Deitz Add Gilbert; simniee people have u.swd Doan's) and I]I I: \ 'r1NS. AGNKW( : A (.ItA W"'ORD

tiWl Fred Howe, Ernest. Hyde, Donald Mc- Kissimmee" people recommend Doun'b. '' ATTOI NPYS-AT-LAW

; Kay l ld Ralph Philips. Bennie Santiago,' the kidney remedy used in America: I i I ... '

f'S Bryan Simpson, Frankie Woodall. for fifty years.. Why suffer ? Why I Kissimmwc 0111. f.-li' ( lll/riM' llaiik l Bull.llnK ,

to'lor.n.- '
Fifth Grade.A ;
; I run the risk of dangerous kidney ills .
Div. Alberta A nd'r..nn.J.. \ I'hlle --fatal Bright's discuss" Here's Kis.simmce -- --- -
F.:. t -- II I Bowen. Grace E. Graves Cornelia proof. J Investigate it. I l D. rlIGlR.; : ; :

;"'\'t.1' I Lancaster Miriam Munger, Clara I, C. W. ( Campbell, DiJImgham' St

Crockery Glassware Ploetz Elmer Hinckley Harvey Mc Kisimmcc Fla., bays : "I have used. i ATU RKATlJVW:-: ;

rN[ I Adoo, Harold Flint. Doan's Kidney Pills and know from OHict\ State Bunk BuilUingKissiimnff

.: H Div.--Lucile Downing) Nellig
1I.\ personal experience that they are a .. Florid
I.' Hansel, Christine Kritz, Percy Oliver, remedy of JWflLot; them from) "" --

: --- -- Minkie Gardner, Margaret Lee, Ada the KissimfiH't' Drug ('P., and they ( J LO. F. PARKER
luI/ l J Louise Simpson, Mattie Stanford, relieved me of a lame and aching buck: !' I Attorncy-at-Law.

Freda Schweikart, Doris Dann. I and other symptoms of kidney
;i r ry 'i,,!, ,.- Sixth Grade.' plaint." Collections and Conveyancing

: ( A l Div.-Edgar 'Bryan, Joseph Santiago For .all dealers. Price 60( II Specialties! II

Joseph Williams, Allis May cents. Foster-Milburn!; Co.,' Buffalo, I 11 I Broadway. ",

Just Arrived Cummins, Joan Smith Blanche Davis, New York sole agents for the United 1 .--- .
n Norma Griffin; (Grace; (;Gilbert SaiiieBryan. States.Remember. ---
l I I' I 1. hllIH-( :;.
\ ]! Theresa Diet/, tin 'nanii- Doim'and' 1

B Div.J Stratton Story (take ,no. other Ads, P.I:' .'I I .ATTl.KSi. AT I.Aw/ Kl. SMMI.KI| Kl.A.

rr A and line of i Seventh Grade.; >
) new, complete up-to-date Bi'ulah! Mi-Kcnzie Chilstme Iscy, I! 1"1.'' ',." ..I| ' a Spi-i ialy

w, I'he -p-. ) blurs Weidler, (ius'p'Illn.! Gertrud1lrKay !e :!
non I. .id. nt., S ,
l ti i\-i'> uadrnoiini( < I : Katherine Jackson :Maigarct ..ll L n, tiara,
Ij '" StanfordIary: llowell, !Muriel Prt-n- I us a "waitvand, -hi imp,"

.I. t li.Miuginite: Mass, N'onie Driggers': , : \\ hicbhows. I IIII' ilangi'i; /: of 'hiingpcakei - --

I.isr i. Crockery and Port-hie Ph-erlgo- Ruth llowellKiulith ;I ) of, th' Illinois \hiiu-r' of "npies ;' 11/\1 jOI10!: :

: Grade.Else ; I 'lIlall\(- (llri-eimlle; \ I'n'dnlont' -VnOKM.Y-.M I ( ) i LAWI 1
Bill haw. .could be he. ,
;a wart field l
f Dcitz Lyni'tte llcigan, Kdna: i I | i n 10.11 I Cllllt'lI, (liulh! Budding
hump al- theante time- I I I
1',1.,1"; -
CalkinKOMOC I lain. Robert Jackson. | | hivsimn'c'c:
j tingentlfinan who. 'I Honda
V GlasswareEverything .1 I was expresing' :
Ninth' Grade. opinion- aid h? wa-; a "arf: on i n ---- J
shrimp, J'.\. 1 L","".I.. I ....M... ..II.I" 1 11.. TUN N'A xi.W
Hugh Brush, Flunk Calkins, Shel.don 0 J"dR..r theiniial
I !I. ti I I It It I nnv. ,.. 1 <
"" t'.mrt
4 iI j Johnson Fred Snyder! Effic Bass, I
\1"-SI| : ; ;" ,v SS\ \ ( \\'
J Helen Bass.., Celeste] !Moseley.Tenth '
I for the dining table the 666
Grade; -Edna! Schweikart. No. Arlf'lt" S, AMI,. (c..',1 \sl'

Eleventh (;Grade Nellie Calkins.: | AILAW

------ -- -. - ]' This is n prescription prepared eop dolly I'I'1'n.: W. ,In aII )" of I
kitchen or part 'of the house. for MALARIA or CHillS & FEVER. .tlnnGi" Sq".:. ;.1,:::1J.7{ 1p. 'tho Ihrl; .t"d; .ad. of
any rood ,..,.,. Ilatl
COATED TONGUE : Five or six doses! will breuk any CIIMand! I ( ",,,,,..","".,",,", Nod II... Tut. rxtxlr 1,.
i if token then an a Ionic the I I' e\er will not( i, Il.n ( .
uvu '"To Itl ,...
rch+rn. ll nils on the {bvcr In nr. ilmn i ultl[ ANI'! ''. }KI.A
MEANS LAZY LIVERA ":"alpmcl und! docs! not ripe or niiki-n. 25c:? 1- --- ------ III I yr

Prices reasonable for these DOd.1 \ NDKKU/ : JOHNSON -
are very I I I ,
Lazy Liver Needrf Dose of !
non's Liver Tone-(>uaranleed InTake AND (:oil/Ns Faj.(Ill AT I.Aw

fine lines. Assortment is large the Place of Calomel.\ I Will Practice in all Courts
: State and
When doctor looks to i iyour if .1.) \V. FederalI
see ThompsonFUNERAL
4 : your ( ) ) ( ) i I I Oltlcl' adJolnlll1
: tongue is coated, he is trying to ('I I tlzpn" Rank Broadway
l .
&- I ---4 -- find out if your liver is working prop DIRECTORand I II lSsHlmme.

erly. A few doctors had I K II JKNMNHJENKINS
years ago .. a. ..._..H...
to prescribe calomel-there was nothing

? else to give. I & WOODHAM
Waring Trading Co. Recently in manysections of the I

country Dodson's Liver Tone has practically j'II OppOBlliCiiurthnunH SPHVI-YOHS;

taken the place of calomel as a I KJ831MMEE. FLORIDA Kissimmee
liver remedy. Dodson's Liver Tone

is mild, pleasant tasting and harmless I I .,

M -- -- .' -which makes it a fine medicine for +

I. f use when .your children become bilious I Louis Darring I Sprigg

and constipated. But the most I Fleming
Glassware remarkable feature of Dodson's Ljver 2013 Morris Ave., Birmingham Ala.
t Crockery Tone is the fact th"ht the Kissimmce Branch of Darring Bros. & Co. I

1*, . Drug Jo., who sells it, guarantees it i flew Orleans, La. PRESSING

# absolutely. The druggist will return
your money 'without argument if a Want FLORID: A LE7"fUCE.CELER Y

bottle fails to give: entire satisfaction. REPAIRINGr.'He

'. Price 50 cents. We suggest that Strawberries and Vegetable

eo"I' you get a bottle today and have i it word Pt
If prices right, will my house and
buy clothe.
carlots will h. cr'' ..i,
ready for the next member of "
your Ref. lit Natl.! Bk. for and
..... Birmingham, Ala returned
family whose liver goes wrong. Adv City Bk. Trust Co., New Orleans, La1218p:





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," withoutChrlat: .' I care'noLhtw iklll- DlarNnil'cn can t'aU o t': 4'
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Builders' ,DEfJrEROivoM1R' ful a worker you may be In mind you That,..would, be..quit* inconvenient ana '1Nv ,
I Lars can never fashion out of mind. lovely beside ,It would seem like surrendering ;" "("Ii.;;' ... o 1' \ ':&' ..

- - - _..... ...... _- _._ .r. ,IlL work of art as out of marble. our liberty. . ...f="..'.._ ,;i.: "m: . .
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ERMONDELIVERED 'BY REV.'J: D. SIBERT TO*THE GRADUATING The chemist may be able to manu- I I understand that one' of our Western -*' .' .' i; .
;CLASS OP OSCEOLA facture a paste diamond but it Is not legislatures It contemplating >\I \ ,.'N. >
... .,- -...", ..' - HIGH SCHOOL ON SUNDAY. V 'r. '
MAY 4TH. .' like the brilliants that are found in passing ,,8, ,, bill pl'Ovldlnlt-.for a testateKeeley .'.... '.."
Golconda'''and Into whic.l.,-God has infused curs.' Oh; ,yes, our ,legislators ea C \." ..

Upon the ridge of. Glzer stand those All the vandalism of Parisian mobs his,carbon. and voters are very kind heartedmen Nv 'rtl't! ; ." ", v<"-'

amida1"' tombs' of kings before has failed to destroy the Mind, will crumble. and paste will ;,. ,they' ,,who} provide ambulancesfor +, h+ A t !ph t ff! slr.

hleh'the' world has stood in wonder ments of the.age;of Louis proud XVI monu- dissolve. the, poor, victims their wretched w :1:1: '
r the past three thousand years. The creat"klrtr' All characters which have not laws have wrecked but they, are tot\ i'

They were'' regarded as among the worked out the problem inventors of who Christ. in them'mu.t perish, for other willing to'make protective laws., .

onders of they' world "'even by the has helped mark every printing where foundation 'can no man lay. than is It is a great deal easier?to build
ncients genius has spot laid in Jesus Christ ambulances than to erect safe houses.It ."

n later -periods they have been -Intellectual appeared.' Do not try to build'' this eternity is easier tot/ erect alms houses
not dissolve
power temple without establishing it and and reformatories than to
iewed from various standpoints. and lose itself .upon jails rl + w
Ii rof. Piazzl Smith believed they pos- I. It; stands out among boldly. 'the multitude. the right foundation. y prevent men from having their morals y L

essed'some.deep' astronomical mean- Snow melts and'helps swell the Alas, how many are going carelessly bruised, mangled and\ .crushed. : .
along- and paying little heedto ,Paul said "If meat ,
: make
ing'' and that they were under Divine waters of the mountain stream but _my I Ii
nspiratlon. what they are building. Bye and brother to offend I will eat no more ;
the rock which is
carried down
by the bye the storms will come and try flesh While the !world standeth lest I "I
Whatever the whatever the
purpose, torrent is lodged in the valley and is the house and if it fall God help you. make my brother to offend. Summer Citrus Fertilizing
impelling power, it is certain that viewed by the traveler of each (
? suc-
they had a builder. Those great Now, we will suppose that you are On the game principle he would have
ceeding cent.ury. all Christians, (which, alas, you are said, I will build a battlement to my Practically all\ growers agree that I the "Fruit & Vine" type fer ,
stones never took their places with- The snow contributes to the currentof not and have tilizer makpa tlie( must desirable l sized fruit and give it the finest i. ,
) started to build the roof I have for
on earthly'use
though no e
out hands. spring and return the flavor and 1 highest[ quality. Hut there in .h wide difference! in opinion l
Those subterranean were winter may right foundations, there is still a bit a battlement if by so doing I shall ai to what material thin\ fertilizer should be made from. This It due r
passages in
crystals to again of advice that may not come amiss. render my brother the safer. We largely to local condition. c--huracl of soil ete. '
neved designed and constructed without crown the mountain's
brow. The Your house may not be a safe one say 'meat does not hurt us, consequently -I To meet these different requirements, ere have prepared revel!' i! '
the action of human brains. Those rock may be moved from its foundation for anybody but yourself.! The Mosaic we will eat all please. We different "Fruit. & Vine," fertilizers in six different, analyses; some .>
angles were never perfectly formednor ,! but it does not diffuse itself into jve I baaed on "animal" organic) materials! some on "chemical" (or ; i
law was that a man should so build will build no battlement on our roof .'
materials; and the bent of both.
the geometrical relations so accurately its 'roundings. It changes not. inorganic) some combining qualities
that his neighbors might be protected. because we can walk all around the
Our free> bookl..trmuur FerliUrers"contain full
sustained without an archi Virtue and character like a description .
are snow, London tower is a safe enough place edge with perfect safety. We are t>t these different brim-Is and a di.<'uxnioii of the merits of the e
tect.Some they diffuse themselves. Genius is for the ruler who is in power, but it not going to be inconvenienced by the different material;;. II IiIt.. you got your copy !f
one built on the mount of more like the rock : it stamps itself
has proved a mighty unsafe place for giddy creaturea who cannot walk
Gizer.Because Why there? is indisputable ev- upon removed its own from age, and that is never Genius entirely many an unlucky fellow who was Im- within ten feet of the edge without R, S, FLOYD, Sales Agent, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ;!

age. prisoned there. tumbling off. Oh, my friends, we
idence of it in the marvelous buildings never builds a house with a battle, The Bastile of Paris Armour Fertilizer Works Jacksonville Fla. J
was a very have not been so taught of our mas- '
which lift their majestic heads to- i ment. It does not build to \
protect safe place for its keeper, but alas a ter. In every act we do we should ti
ward the sky. others. It is artistic. It does
not terrible place for the unfortu- ask will this effect
poor not only how me,
The builders were not pigmies; .upend itself for others. Seneca and
I nate who was imprisoned to await but how will it effect others. Armour Fertilizers
they were not idiots; they were not Bacon were geniuses, but they lived his doom. The great artist looked at every ; :'

savages. for self and blessed mankind only : The Great Northern hotel seems to stroke of the brush or chisel as some Ii
The character of the structures give because God ordained and could
they I be a very safe place for the man in thing to be read for ages to come. i
hint of the character of those
some not help themselves.<< the office or the guest in his fireproof Their works are immortal becausethe ,

who builded. Napoleon and Frederick were room on the second floor, but I soul of the artist was intent upon -- -- .
There must have bven great men in geniuses: and they left their monuments read of a very thrilling incident which I making them perfect from every ,
Egypt: in those days, men of enterprise but thy saved no man from proves it is not a safe place. standpoint. 1- \ "

I;I men of genius, men ill whom des luclion. Two men were on the roof together I My friends, there will be uwful THE H. G. SIEVER II "
hands were Vast riches. We admire the monuments which
and one of them proved to be a mad- blemishes on your character unless
We are glad such men lived We have arisen in every age and adorn man. They clutched in deadly struggle you build for others. After we have \
are delighted to look on the productions every I land, und we know they cannot I' and! rolled nearer and nearer to pllll'ed.evel'y safeguard around our I I REALTY' COMPANY c

of their genius. In the dim lie entirely removed from their age the edge/ of the roof. It seemed as houses then are we free from blood
distance of the ages we fancy we can and I land. the madman would hurl his
though if falls therefrom. We
any man are *
characters i Prairie Land, Orange GroveHigh Hammock Land
the faces forms and
see t hrrarler Building.
the there
companion to ground for not so free until we have done all in
of those master builders who could V.'e t'IIIIlIII vo easily. find the traces was no battlement on the roof. Had our power to protect our fellow man. I Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms .

accomplish such an astonishing work. of fhaihf'M.It r. it not been for timely aid the helpless Arguing from this standpoint, which '
We read the history of Egypt's art, tills (Inl' "atmosphere as a delicate man would have been thrown from is standpoint
certainly a scriptural 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value
genius and civilization by what they perfume ,liilt the rtM>m. the roof and crushed to a shapeless I feel warranted in saying to every 1\\ F
for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:-
have left in these monuments. There monuments th >
:iie .0 mass below. I have no fault to find Christian: "Hedge your habits about i I <
New Westminster Abbey and Saint I :shores of fine hut there is a ge>M'L-( with the man who built the Great with safeguards." Remember you are I -J

Paul's Cathedral stand silent, grand, ameliorating of the conditions of men Northern hotel but the above inci- somebody's ideal. Some life will be \ Orange Groves all sizes and prices .

imposing witnesses of the genius of which is the result of character build- dent leads me to say that I think we nobler or baser by your living. That

Sir Christopher Wren. ing. all ought toProtect thought inspires more than any other : KISSIMMEE FLORIDA l
We ridicule the great Chinese Genius is spasmodic. Character ;
may Our Neighborsin < except that we are bought with the :
Wall as a piece of stupendous folly, is gradual, persistent and unceasing.The our building.It blood of the Son of God. If from I

nevertheless 'it speaks in mute ages of the past can put us to I may be urged that our neigh- this sermon you can be made to feel ,

language of the ability of some unknown shame in many respects. There are bors should keep off our roof, but the that you are leaving your stamp on 0

." ....r 4 engineer who carried out the 1 lost arts which may never be found. neighbors have certain rights on a some soul for all eternity, then it will ,

"will of an imperious and capricious I There are splendid productions of public roof and every character is ina rank as a blessed sermon. You will ,

monarch.All I genius which may never be revealed. sense a public roof. be more careful of your habits, I am
these works of man reflect moreor There are displays of magnificencewhich No man builds right in the light of I sure. You will not care to leave the !

leas credit on the builder. We are modern times cannot equal. eternity who does not have in mind stump of frivolity, nor of deceit, nor 4 1 Good in Every ,
not so bedizened by the nafe of Pope There were, as great minds two the protection of his neighbor. passion, nor of dishonor.If mericau

as to forget the sublime genius of thousand years ago as in the blazeof Your character is very imperfect every act is to be photographedupon

painter, sculptor and architect that this proud era. unless you have built into it altruism, some heart and soul then you } ; in the
made St. Paul's famous.He If modern sages seem more wise it' that principle which shines so beauti- will walk carefully.A Country ,
who threads the streets of old is because they have had the experience fully in the Saviour. That man' who party of young people campingon ,

Rome and views the Coliseum, the of the centuries. If Bacon was thinks he has done enough if he the shores of a beautiful lake, had .. @ I
Arch .of Trojan, the Acqueduct, the greater than Aristotle it was because makes his own salvation sure has thrown off all restraint and were per- .if : World.

Aprian Way;the hundred monumentsof I two thousand years of thought roll done nothing and has not made his forming all sorts of unbecoming r .

the. golden Augustan age, will not ed between them. own salvation sure antics; It appeared then rare sport ' \
be so bedazzled by the glory of the Bacon cast his eyes along the lie who goes to heaven alone goes until they learned to their sorrow i

Caesars who built them as to over- shores of this sea and every prom- not at all. that wicked photographer was on ;lF

look the brilliant\ men in whose brains ontory of thought stood a lighthouse We sometimes speak of selfish the opposite shore taking accurate ISSUED BY

the outlines of these celebrated structures -i I whose. rays streamed directly upon Christians. I wonder if we have any i photographs of every attitude and,,

were projected efore they his path. right. to speak that way. Are there act. They suddenly subsided and be-
were fashioned in marble 'and granite.It I I conclude III once that knowledgeis any selfish Christians ? Was Christ came the most demure and proper set

was not the Caesar's wealth nor mole widely disseminated. and the selfish ? Was Paul selfish ? Were the of young people you ever knew. It a? YV.aC STATE BANK

the Caesar's power that made those i general level of intelligence is much early martyrs selfish ? Are the mod- was a very humiliating thought that

monuments possible; it was the intellectual higher than it was. centuries ago, n rug: :on'ii'H"Hish ? Can I do all their silly tricks and pranks were

power of their subjects. I but the mountain peaks of intellect 'that which may lead my brother to to be shown in correct copy in a r' Gera Kv ofKISSIMMEE f \

These men had built monuments and are no higher than they were in the destruction and be a Christian ? thousand public places. :

coliseums and acqueducts in their \ days of Plato. I find a great many people who are Dear young friends, how shall we a

bruins or the material structures Mind was as great then us now. wonderfully put about their rights. feel if all: our foolish, silly, wanton
would not have been possible. I The woild's knowledge and intelli They are not responsible for a I acts. are shown in correct copy throughthe I

Genius Leaven Its Trail Behind. I genii has grown by what it has fed brother's excess because he may have eternal years in the souls of men.

It cannot cover its footsteps. Wheie- upon. The real advancement is indulged': in a dangerous pastime. If I stood before a camera this I .. I

ever there has been predominate intellectual I along the lines of virtue and religion Out) authors who gracefully twine morning I should know that it would

there you will find We sigh ut the low state of ivy leaves about! the most questionablehabits faithfully copy every awkward motion . ,- --
its powers The ages cannot I morals, hut no language can desriim. I or clothe in enticing garb the and every distorted facial expression -
'i.- the difference between the world at unholy passions of man must not be as well as every graceful -:. $
obliterate them. Its traces are I rSfi >04006 44040P4640000 I
I the dawn of Christianity and the! blamed, if in some reader's heart are movement and every pleasant smile. t
ible. I world as it moves toward the mel'1<1i- kindled the fires of hell. Man is not We stand today looking into God's I

an. The religion of Jesus Christ has 1 guiltless if he mingles rose water with camera. It not only photographsacts CONSOLIDATEDTITLE I

:set, men to thinking that there is deadly poison and persuades some but words, and on the plastic _
: something to be done besides b. iild- I' unsuspecting victim to drink. soil of undying souls the image never

Desirable Ten ing mausoleums, painting freat pic- Many an author is welcomed in our fades.

lurCH and carving blocks of marble. home who is subtly undermining the Young people, you are sitting for CO. ;

I Spiritual things have superceded moral idea of our children. The author a picture; God is the photographerand .
the material. Heathenism was at- who makes vice less hateful thanit immortal souls the prepared

and Twenty tached to a spirit world; sensualism is, should be branded as a public plate. MAKES ABSTRACTS AND GUARANTEES TITLES :.:t I j

I and infidelity arc attached to the material -' enemy. The one who defends the Eternity is the light which prints \

i world; Christianity are attached bibulous habits or" guilds impurity the image so that it will never be lost. Special attention given Sub-Division and Colonization I
to a spiritual world. It has made with a false radiance is unfit to be Will you send a dark and forbidding '
Acre Tracts : men live for the best there is in them. tolerated, much less to be praised. image down the path of the great for- Propositions.

Character building is better than I may in my boasted strength indulge ever. Be careful how you sit. How Offices in Otceola, DeSoto and Lee Counties. .

tomb building, l better than book mak- in some privileges which my quietly our photographer pushes in
For Trucking and Fruit Growinf. ing, better than temple rearing. Nothing weaker brother can not endure. He the slide and says "That's all." Our Abstracts are the Most Complete to be Obtained "

Our land extends from stands so long as character. It walks on my roof and falls; accord- Bye and bye the day hill come I
may not stand isolated and alone as ing to my text his blood' i ill on my '.vuen! God shall draw the curtains of d 4404Sb4 "
city limit. nearly to Orlando. long as the pyramids, but as a living head.Now tint life and say "That's all." It will S ,

Only .$30 per acre. power and a living joy it stands for- we feel very sorry for the l>e the last sitting. No rearrangingof OFFICERS w I' ,
( ever.I poor unfortunates who fall from our, the moral life. No gathering up i''
P. A. VANS AGNEW. President
Terms: $2 per acre cash! and $2 I I wish to impress upon you, my rooof. We are perfectly willing to of wasted momenta. No untwistingof : j

per acre monthly. I dear young friends, the value of build- pay for an ambulance to take them the tangled threads. The photograph -: LEWIS 'BRY AN, Vice-President
ing for eternity. It was a pleasant away and for a cot in the hospital is taken. You cannot change .
WRITE FOR BOOKLET rivalry which will grace the town with where they may be as comfortable as !irettiiiK another picture. You con: W. B. CRAWFORD. Secy.-Treas.

beauty for decades to come. It seems possible. We are!' not willing to make have the last one he had taken cray-

to me that everyone should strive to oned, painted or enlarged, that is the QooOOOOO 0b

McKOY build a character temple as lofty and bent you can do.
RUBMYTISMWill Directors in Osceola DeSoto
and Lee Counties.
with this
r grand as possible to rear.: It cannotbe When you are through
too fine. Let this ambition take cure your Rheumatism life, my dear young friends, the photo- Vk
Land possession of you that no man shall Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps graphing is over. You have left an *o.o.o ) M M O-fr*************** !

Company have a more lovely character than Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts andBurassOld image that can never be effaced; you
Sores, Stings of Insects have established a character that can LEWIS O'BRYAN Kissimmee, General Manafer.H' ; a
Mach Building you.Now, my young friends, you cannot I Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used in- never be changed. Your destiny is t;

KISSIMMEE. FLA. build the most beautiful character ternally and externally Price 25c. -- (-Continued on Page 8))---- 0rl' -: v


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. . 000 .0..000 . .00* : "BUILDERS" Texas and Virginia, having more than KOTICK TO PROPERTY OWNERS. l'

THE 10,563: societies whose contributions T* tbS ."."1'1I .tiaI estate ab..ll.*

I last year amounted to 28101470. u.... (he street ... pail .( .tr..... de-
Manhattan 1 (Continued from Page 7)) The' meeting: in St. Louis will be M-rlbvd b.l.w, I. the City o( KlMlnses SUMMER FERTILIZER

off ,; .. (:...!r of Ow*..*la add 8..<. .(
have fallen
'1 fixed. It men your one of rejoicing and thanksgiving Kl..rida. .. .

: Hotel roof while you were 'living they will commemorating the quarter centuryof I. ...........* .f 3h.. following resole- '
.. continue fall off after dead. floa adapted of Mid to climatic 'conditioni. decide
to you are fertilizer which next
-- -- endeavor and fulfillment. As a 4'l*r .t ''1r:1:: 4I lk d r It ii the summer .

; Special Attention to The oak tree dies but the acorn goeson STund climax to the regular sessions of ttmr A. I.. HM3. .l.l the quality of the fruit on the tree and the quantity of next year',

Traveling Public producing oak trees. R'enau, Vol. which will be held in the First Con. "101':"'"I.K "K'OI."T"I*. 5fruit.. .Buy the brand. Which hav proven, by'year of good re-J

4. -, tairm and Ingersol die, but their Influence gregational church Delmar Ave., WHKRWAS.: The work. of constrUctIng .

Jumt across the from on producing its brood : the sidewalks has" been completed suits to meet these requirement, .
aquare goes special jubilate services will be held ot the MtreetM named below, and the to F

A. C. L DepotKISSIMMEE I lot Infidels; triflers, scorners, bias- 'Sunday May 18th, in the Odeon on ,tal I rout of said completed work and thetotal MANURE
frontage!> / of abutting tots liableto ) W & T.'S 'SPECIAL FRUIT AND
FLA. f 1 I phemors die but they have left a roof Grand Ave. Hens' for said conts. and the amount

{ without battlement from which of lion per front foot of Raid loin on IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE 4 I
I'r a The programincludes a great r-m-h side. of Raid. streets as ntntert t"- j <.!

: _ _ _ _ _21: 'men .III daily falling. "As the tree choru.costumed' as continents ]lowUKK4i W. & T.'S HIGH GRADE FRUIT AND VINE
carrying .
| VKI>. That the Olty of Klsltnm
L 00 | fullelh SO shall it lie." ; national banners, processionals/ .. .-.. hertivrlnlm*. nniF wIll Imlil j .- PERUVIAN FRUIT AND VINE MANURE *
1I.'n., for lh,- nlniM- work on the streeinami .. .
| Think not | my, young frienJs to vvith..staty and national banners and oo. the lots for th I <. nmounls ".r W. & T.'S' FRUIT AND 'VINE MANURE

t; Telephone Us i.-hiii>Ke!: your condition after you have'left the choicest speakers of the home and ri ...nt I fool Htatedbelnwi.ors I : .

I this world-"He that is filthy let foii irn| t field. The young 'women and M I.\iii-i-TiNr:. iiiri-M: iE; UN>' HUD umitr tn\\' \i :- The laM 1 I" formula1- .lie slnctly[ alkaline

1 For J I him. lie( lilt hy .still; and he that is holy children' will have "It Tim itiiri' II' w \ \ .. .
1 a large part in the 01i'HI-: %. 4. i.. 1I'.It""U in tin u elhct'
M him I I" holy st ill." If today you lay 1 ..Kt J'Ull Totnl, froiiliiirc,. .

; | Bread Cakes :il should lu1 struck I out of existence, I like !l'i'. v r. I loiida. . Piudui'lx .
or I I :.Mr-l I' A < i-ion of KiMrc i""11111111'1'. ". ill P5" 1:1.1.'s: t ''IH'I'I'' '. I Si Mill, fill I1'"'' H""IHnn .
stiii lout of I the would !1.- 1..1 C, .
fill: you I |"I (" ,iJi-nt for Florida. amoiint of 11"11 .pi i fionl,
r"o' is ,
Y' "|
I Pies |. 1 irin I IU'\ etcinal. I curi-fi' wluricharHctii' I --- I i 2v .HIM.inn I of II. n, .p.i,. rioiii I foot WILSON cV TOOMER I FERTILIZER CO.

!j would iM-ver change.The "Km1'Nl, "CURK": IX n ils1.111s .
I \ltI ". '1'1 "I. I>N i' \II'" "'lIt 1':1'1': : \I", I i
ofis 11uI'r1'I'
idea of
an eternity" i In
J f : 111'1'\\ i<:IONI n:II 1".11 siniiiM : -
I: i "I oth cnrouni gi nitf and d"I"t'sS''K.( I :Mun> ncwnpapiM-s ave hasty i in an- > ni \I I H. sriinio-r. IDEAL FERTILIZERSIAIVKS"N -

c: THE HOME BAKERY i iJ. :: To linnslio has lived a true, eainest of iifiuiirinir the liitt'overy i in Germany 172'I .I.,iil 1., ., I III..IIErt'l'.OKI $S2 Hfi Total' rrnnlliui, .' :: \ I II.I.K:, 1"1.Local .,\.
method of
some treatment .
; and (iodly; life it is uondeiful encnuruKPiiienl. more orl'ss : lltvstOIHI'IIIN..
and Lot I I. llli.i Ii) M I .\ mount of In n 1"1'
new not infrequently misinformation & Caison Co.
Will' Grocery
C !: lie will ne\ er. grow flBnt, I foot rs relitMIfp Atf 1 '
: H. REED .. Prop. F w"lIkIn" sinful nil I through, the .isof is (given the public through : fei, ,t ...nI' ot Hlile, i ,,I Int, 2. 1 ii nu-Ic .
< M I VllKHIMl', I Of 1t.-11 .p.l, flolU" IllOt 4SI
:: x "'xHo- ; Cod; ; he will keep his purity andiH'ace the I'ailuKto keep III mind the actual ...IIIM .
V. mod n ing of one little word. The Herman ; i.i.l, foot 1. lll(4X., k eelitNLOTS J.,, Amount of lien .pelffont .- -

r All. through the years of time his word "Kur" does not mean \ II-1NI. ON IIA... 81'it il-'l': .
Vine it ni'i'\\ IION: : M \I > H'liiKiri: AMIII
; If you want n ( :"dl y influence will be doing its pi e."IOUR although is not an uncommon l< %l K NIKKIOT.: U
} I lungto find it ho translated into Ti.tiil lost $2t>l,4 '6 Total flunt.mi
work. If he has
sown ro..l's.rose" ,
'::21' (. I _
BARGAIN Knrli-h: } "To (cure" in English means
1 will grow foic\er. But if he 110111:111: MISSumriiitN..
I 1o M-stoie to health ; to effect a cure"; Lot 4. 'lll.M-K'' i 10tnount; of lien pelflout "
has; sown tares, tares will ever glow" fool Is n.ntH. .

: ORANGE GROV How terrible is the thought that when Imt in other languages! it means mereI Lot f>. Hlol-k. . M.; Alliouilt of Hen perftonl 'R.S.FLOYD
I l\ tool. 4K i eiilH
to apply method of
8 remedial
W4 have left this world, our sinful Lot 4 ;.( HrMiiiK Stibdlx |MOII| of

j or land to grow foolish acts are going right on lepio- lieulmi-nt, of disease 1 ; medical or hyJTUMIIC ill I' .i..l k Ills,Klnounl of lien .pel,. front foot,

Oranges and during their own kind. Some time cair ; method of medical treatn" Lot :. of 111" \iitiN, SubilliHlon of
The I llloil.Ic l K Amount, of. Hen front
III. ii'imaii; ) word l for "r<-s- per I
we .shall look back on the world and fill,. 4k i i ntx

; have but toialion to health" I is "Heiluntf," not I 1..1 1 I. liloi..k .1. .\iiiount, or lien .pel
; "ay wo might sown roses,
Grapefruit-.... "Kui fill ui,I (n.." 4x iIB GrocerGet
i. TI" > Latin word
we did sow tares. Who will be pleased < cura moans 1 l.I i, of .\ilei hold's SulxlU'iKton of
I III..., k'l K \iiiiiunt, of I lien front
meifly "caie, a shade of meaning per foot
BUCKELS to look out on a field of tares for 4s ''Ills .

all eternity ? Who will not be pleased which .in i preteived' in the derived Lot 7 ..\iliihol.lH] SiibdlvlHloii ofItloik
K .\niount of lien front foot
term ..urat"' An Italian physician. per
to look out on a (field of roses for 4S ii tiH .

i ii. all eternity. ? Oh, this. look from \the was recently made to say. when his. I.4CIH \ III '1'11''4; ON flAK N'lHKKT.IIKI : out prices on
urlule tianslated : '\\ HUN: : M IN wi It pi'I': 4NI)
i. LOUIS A. SEARSON eternal world. Oh, tbe flood of memoiy was into Knfrlish, lilt \t... M'1'11.1': : .

i\ that shall sweep through the realms "f ruled t ten tvphoid, patients last '|"|T..tal 7 I ,f.I, I i OKI JUT rl,( Total frontaKe HAY GRAIN FEEDwhich I

11; PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT of endless night. We shall wish thenwe month and .-ix. of them died." What 110111:11: .r HISS'i>i>rii<)'\.

1 l' AUDITOR had sown roses.. We shall wish he really said was that he had treatedten ft..m Lot, font I I. Illock IN rentaLot C. Amount of Hen 'per we make a specialty

then we had built battlements for our patient.s. Jouinal of American 2, Illock I', Amount of lien ,per
Medical ft .ml foot 4S ccntMLot
it Commercial and Municipal Accounting roofs. We shall wish then we had Association 1 Rloek D, .Amount of lien nerflout .

_. - foot. 4H centB
--- -
scattered influences - -
holy along
1 our Lot 2 Hlork 1>: Amount of Hen perfiont .
'c I Incorporated Accountant the pathway. NOI i( .;. fool 4S cents

International Accountants friend make house Nollcp I IB I i'.i., 'h| j ji l\t-n hat M K 'Lot :3. Itlock] I', Amount of lien .per I I I I I I S I $4 I I I U I S I I S I I I I I S I S S I I I S I S S I I I I I S I I I III I I t
; Young ,
your Sti-i>hciia. an freight agent of Ilio .\1- fl out I foot. 4H cents

p, Society. Detroit. complete. Put on the battlements.It lantic Coast Lt...,- Railroad Conipun. ) a l.lirnllt'l"4' ; 4)l 1\ I.AKH !!TII K.T. C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANF-ORI). .S I., LUPFER.
corporation will on the tw'ntY'Btxlh I":" '" KK1MAI > sutr.KT ANIIHltlAI. President VI -_I'Id..nt.
I'a'' will never pJLcase God till that is day of May. 1913. at 10 o'clock A. M. HTIIKKT.Total : Hoc.ta
: P. 0. liz mIISSIMMEE Maw Orfte done. at the warehouse of the Atlantic Coast cost $11428. Total frontaKe23S
Line Railroad Company In the town of :.1 feet I
-3c FU. AllEIiOAlE, S C In one of the art galleries of Eu- KlBslmmee, Kla sell at public auction II4IIIKKIHASH- AII>ITI4 "".
Ihe following 1[<>011". wares and m.>r- Lot 4, Hloek A. Amount of lien I
1 rope is a half-finished statue. It ehicndiiewhich have remained on hand fiont footv. 4K cents KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

bears the indisuptable marks of a unclaimed] In the i>o"at lactic
-_- -"- - -' -" - - Count I..IIH Railroad: Company ft on! fool. 4H cents. .
4 great genius, but it is not complete.All ln the town of KUilmmco. Fla. for a Lot :M. m..k I 10 Amount of lien per
JM. "E a|>ar"- of moru han liltiety day prior I flout. foot. 48 cent
TILLER who look upon it breathe out a to tlio first pulilli-atlon of this noll(.... Lot 2. block K A mount of lien per

silent wish that it had been finished.In to-w It: (I'unl (..,.t. 48 ci nts. I 43 Rough and Dressed
Two ear load of crushed rock 168300 COo

r: < Real l Estate Agency. ? our cemeteries there are many pounda WarlnK.. mor from' or HiiBhncIl I U'SH, eli Kla I pper, on H. the 1) I.OTM'vi'itKK'i., tlllTTINI.IIIOI'UHIN U'"I':IIK.IIMI I M iI.NII N> \Kit \ $ i

\ \ ; ': M> iiK.ti "0"N-I' I
broken that life
shafts indicating
................................ : "j lxlh ,day nl i Si-nti'inbiM 1H12. 1<> Jt oJ.''... N I I" 'to.' to"
I \\'Ilrinl{. ,cs " "HI II'" .., KI""lr"u;:.'. ---
broken off short before it .. \i,
was wascompleted 'i 1'.1..1 I .t $ : : t: Tutal ri ''"'' PINELUMBER
; of and sold. ; 11"Th. . I 17:12:I i.-t 1 'I'I :
Realty bought and it.. always gives us a car 1.,1. or i ,iric k Ifol300 )
Houses rented. 1".ulI.I... mor'.' or I......, .hil'p', I It I lVai ) ti i.III.W. ;: sJ tlIIlIO.l.i ''. i
A 4 J twinge of pain to' know that some \ .Inl{. (rum ltiisiili. Fill. .n tlO.six4iih . Hloi k l\I. Amount ..t ]llin .pi i

_; 1 All Taxes paid and Titles varg g beautiful life was apparently cut off ,ilL) it( Hept 1l12. I.. n. I IJ. f, ..", fool 4S. coils.i.iI : I
\\'n.11I1{ ..e ....II..i ii' lit issiiin", ...: L HI.M k I. .\iiioiint ol Inn pi"i
4 ifi.ed for non-residents. in the flush of success.I 1"1"I I I ''II foul, 4S .-...nIH.L..t I
Fire Life and Accident I On.) l., hiiniln Old.,, foi Ij two H.ickK of .1 I 'Illoik I N111'1, of ll.n pi i I : HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
10 I am sure, friends. that we shall II.. F
my I.t'lliKlit I341HI! pounds mnn' 01 I IIHH.Hhlppi I I II lot,4' ielltKt :
surance, be filled with sadness when we I r R I) WarlnK. (bill' Uuahitull ... 4. HI..dII'Oulir; of Hi n pi .
Indemnity l''hi on the twenty-ninth) day' of Au- i "i.iit.fut., 41 e.nIH.L"i I'I'I'I'I" . I
'j; Bonds. -J up before God if we find that we : ({ust, 1V12. to R. L). WarltiHT an con- : 3, Hlock II; Amount .of I lien per 4 I I SI I I I I I I S I 1 1 1 1 1 1 s.i I 1 iii 1 1 1 'I
1 1 a
- I 1
si K Hoc at KlBBliumre.... , (rout foot. 48 centsiot J a s Mil 1 1 I MIll I cii
1 gft rVt tf ly Wriwr( _ have not made character temple I
; our itix hundred sacks Qt Wall planter, 4. Block 0; Amount of Hen per .
-' complete from foundation to turret. WOiitit! 6 1,0000 puuniU more or, less, fronl food 4N centS,
Blilppel-H" unknuwn from Haltvlllo Va.. Lot 8. Hlock 1', Amount of lien per I Mill HIM S I S I I I I S S I S I S I I I II I S II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I-I-I- \
t Young friends of the graduating on the twi'Hty-aUth day of Auffuat, front foot 48 cent .
1912. to R. 1). Waringas conslRneji at Lot 4. lilock I': Amount of Hen per I I
DR.V/M HARPEROSTEOPATH class, may God help you to build a KictHlmmce. Kla front,I foot: 48 ceo I a. -.....
perfect temple. Build for the joy and "n,' 4'oncreti mixer I complet l I ... i fnlu.llllK Lot :3 t, Hlock '.J-; Amount of lien p.r
,' '.HKlni' .ci.1 bull., anil, ,ill In, ,- I 11 1 ..Mil, t .III! 4' I-I its,
\ safety of the immortal, and build for ItSM.IIV liXtllliH, \\ < lKllt" MHMv: ,polJllllH, ]I."t I. t'In.: I. 'I \"nl..r i i 1 II I 1. II |I'. tI CITRUS
"-- -. __n - I III", "i. "I I IIMH "'"I'| |10.1 K I II UiUIMK.linni I i oni" r...1 t l\ i i nil, TREEShave
the of who |
'f safety e\4-ry one comes I Iliifthnill, Kla on jic- t\\ nl\- I I."i .' ::1..1. I u i It: \1..1'1", I ". ,n IM it
r ;, STECIALIST! IN upon its roof or wanders near its I Hl I .lllll, ll.ix ;of: AUKUSt, I I9l 1 2 i.. It 1, t .on, ,i.mi, 4' i...inn,,
4. \\ .illnu i as ioiiHkune" > .it KissitniiieeI'l'l s "
I0sIIIIIIM. o \ | \1:11:
CHRONIC DIsEASE3 walls. Then bless] (;nd, tlieie shall be 'I TIM tin |Mllu| :'|. of ,,ii.'. hug siitiiri.: in':'u'.iliInul: : : ii\ had full Lloom you want to hold ,t. the| |best t way ,10 hold

i'vhit'n1l of building which shall w .111.)houHe,, anil <>tii-i 01..11". i H \\ I lilt'h : t \ :" I I I': \NII < i.\ in: \\INII: ': it ,,5 $to keep your Irees uell fed that
;: CONSULTATION EXAMINATION f-'REE your I hI'n...'il' against tliise sliititnintHM '1'1., i ..'St, $411 I 1 :_ ' I I n.mi.IK.M they may have strength
." ') abide long after pyramids and temples I i 10 STKI'HHN.H-! S ; r. t and vitality to keep flourishing.
.. I F. .11; ht Atcent A C I, K)' I II .
KISSIMMEE. FLATUESDAYS ) have crumbled to dust. J I s- .it Klaslmnii i Kla I I \'1'111'1: I ION
': THURSDAYSATURDAYS II I Lot I. I III... k :S. \lllouill' of I II. ,, |MIII If Citrus Trees
--------- -- have
-I I foul.. 4S i"i'NtH not
OFF CE. CEHTRAt( HOTEl A GREAT JUBILATE 1\0"11 !.: I Ill I '. ) 'nuts ;.1. ;1 I Illoik -Aniolint t ol' I II. c ,pi,i. |

The In < oiirl of Ibr 4 .iunf> J......... Htn'e of I li. .nut I lout.. I IS i'.MIH. had
twc-nty-fifth annual meeting of Florida. OMrrf ln ( ....n.>. Lot L', 111....k T. .Vmoiinl, of. Hi'n, .j''i I satisfactory bloomit
PHONE: ORLANOO. ft-A the Woman's Missionary Union auxiliary I In re ICstate of It UutlU fiont fool. 4X eentsLot ,
'1'.. ull 4 Trillium, ............... l lrlliu- I I I Illoik tmount; of I II.-.. 'per behooves you to build.
to the Southern Baptist Convention ...... end "II 1'.r.oD. hawIng ..Iaina or l'i, mil fool.. 4S i i ntH up your grove for the future crops
; t which assembles in St. Louis ilrmamlM agaInst said KnlatrtYou : Lot 2, Kim kIT Amount of 111,li. 'pi'r and fertilizer is essential. ,
and each of 3'ou. urn heri.liy no- front. fnot., 4S I ei ntH. I
May 14th' will be notable in many IllUd i ami ,,'qulrcd I to piinint any LOTSIIIT1IN4.. 0" "t' U, Kit In either event you want fertilizer of
S.H.BUftOCK( il.ilma ji nil demaiidH wliiih! > oil, <>r Hllth.lIIK) :'1'4: : 1.U.K \\ I soluble highest grade-from
ways. ... either or you. may have aKa I.. -ut theintllti IM: iM: > \ KMK.Total : sources and honestly made. That is what we offer in the
The growth of this organizationhas or R I.OHIl deceuseU. late ofOitceola IOHI: $7 3 III Tola! frontaKi I Favorite brands.
County Klorlda to Iii. nud, r- 1 ,.2 48 f,.,,t
been wonderful. At the meetingheld slKiUMl Ailnilnintrator of siLl,! i-stat I
wit .inn from the 'date hereof.ll.ited .
year Lot I Hlork\ A Amount of lien FOR BOOKLETJ.
in 1887
in Louisvill* Ky., the
: ( his 23d day of April A. L). : 1"1'I
REAL ESTATE front foot 4S i-ents j
scattered mission bands reported $17- 11)13 Lot 2. Itlock A. mount of lien per
: *.v..*mmmm.m.m...%..%. XVII.I.IAM MHH. front foot.. 48 cents.Lut M. LEE
A 000 for missions. During this meet- ANl'KKW JOHNSON.dmlllistrator.. Agent.
3, llloek A. Amount of lien 'per I
INSURANCE ing the growing ned for closer comradeship Attorney. front foot 4N cents
- Lot 4, llloek\ A. Amount of lien per DEPENDENT
: wsa discussed an dan organi- OIlltKK KOK l"t'II'.I'A"'IO"' front foot 4* cents. I II.OTH fERTILIZEB COMPANY
IN I IliflllT 4.OUIIT.; NTATK 0' KI.OK-
Ixamination Titles zation planned.In IIIA. HKVKIM1II JL.III4IAI.. lllt IHTTII\4.. IIHTM K.H'N.U\4I, I MIMMKKflllKKT. ' ' -..lACISONVILLE"
: of a >K: AKNII \ FLORIDA
I 1888 representatives from twelve I e iu UHf.teUI,A 44XINT1.' I'4'IIA"I'KII' .: AM" > ItliNC: A\I-M: K.
UIUltlK.AltV Total i ,out $73.2(1( Total .
I states met in Richmond, Va., and organized +, .
J STORY. Complainant. \ s. It fe.-tJMUI.H . .
Specialty. the Woman's MissionaryUnion KUIjy( HTORY. Defendant : i.t-.K-s ADDITMIN. . . S .
It appearing? by affidavit appended tothe ---- -- --- -
Lot I 1. Kloek A. Amount of lien -
which then enrolled 2,000 so- bill, Illcd In the above-atated cause ,per ti I I I I I !'!"!'
front foot 4X I I I I I S I P I I I I S I I I I
Correspondence Solicited. that Ruby Mtory the defendant therein S S S S S I I I I I I S S I I I
cieties. There are now in line Alabama ] Lot 2. lilock A. Amount of lien per I S I U I S I I II-
named is a nonresident' of tile fttateof front 4H
foot eents
Arkansas, District of Columbia, Klorlda. and Is resident of the State Lot 3. Block A. Amount of lien per Grave Covers and Vaults
- of South Carolina over the aicc' oftwentyone front foot 4P eents. a Specialty
Florida Georgia Illinois, Kentut"ky.Louisiana It is therefore
yeirs.; orilereil Lot 4, lilock A. Amount of lien per
that said! l I"e and la
Maryland Mississippi Missouri front foot. 4X cents
hereby lequlred to appear to the bill \VIIITK
: North Carolina New Mexico, of complaint (tiled In said cause on or I.OTM AIIITTIM. tI> Ml M % Kit I I1UONZK
before the 2nd of June, A. HKKT. lll-ri'M K.KIIKAI: MONTAKMK
Monday. day Is
c. W. GRIFFIN'GRt Oklahoma South Carolina, Tennessee A\l> I\I'I.K:: I the most enduring
1 I' l ISI l 3, otherwise the alleKatloim ofHaiti % i-I' C:. I monument
liili will he. taken as confessed by .
.. '
,tefcruclicit'It Total Ht $72 72 Total' frontage < made. Will not
I I saKl ; I 155\ feet I' get moss-grown
!is further ordered that this order"
and Fancy I I be iiubllHhed once a week for four con- O.sllOItA' .I ''U ON IKIIVH: : AItUI'I'IU\: ---- crack or ,
I WILL TRY ITIt Heeull\i, weeks In the KIsMlmmee Valley 1 l,. I r..1 4'( C.-lltH. ...
itazette; a newspaper published III said .F'- and less
',, \ expensive.
( unes and StateTli ,
ERIES: In 2Hth. day of AI>rIl. 1913 Jtt> I it I f ut her r"Holv'd that tie ('it v
.1 1. OVKHHTRKKTClerk: '.>iiru-11 Hluill m,-,"t mi the Plh day of Write me and I will call.
Make. No Difference What It Circuit Court I May. A II. l !".'I. at 7.30 P. M. on aald W. D.
< ; I IKit I U11S ,, SUMMER BOX
.1.'> fiti I'U"OOH"| of hearing any and 152 KISSIl\\MEE
Cost. .Solicitor; for Complainant 1941N4III4K all foniplttlntu which the FLA.
Free Delivery to all Parts .::. I ou ni'ra of Htiid I Iota or any other owrwr pel lOon or _I-I-Il S S I I I S I Iii I I I I I SI I I I II I I S S S I I I I I .
That's what a man saW the cither : 01". I'liT""I': >NII4OOK. TO M\KR or |p'r.InN In tert-Mtf*)] In such I Improv.- ---- '- I ii S I S I I I S 114
of the City day when hi* friend who had Buffered, mad -..rc Co makt- against thr - -- - -
i rout of MU<'h i Impiovement and clutrnlnR
for year) from rheumatism; lolrt him lrpar.en. of 6k. 1..0'100' Of Hatil. IttTlH

'; what 'TaIors Heal Blood MedU-lna I 5. !..>
did for riTm. "... :..lit. ISiS.I. ahall give h'gal 1 notice of th- completion .
---- -- S If you take Taylor' Beat Blood Robert l) (llblia. of AlKer, Kla., of said work by publishing this LA WN MOWERS
will recommend It to April 21. 1911. made Homestead Resolution accord I HK to law. In aweekly
Medicine V. on
++*+ "f-H<< ++' ++*+*+**** you
k' ++++++ + : your friend because when you are Application, No. 08(86, for N % Lots X newspaper published In said =
relieved ofVhose dreedful pain. In ha and :S Sec.. 24 and N % of NE 14. Section; City of KlftntmmeeNotice ,
i ifmb begin to feel like 23. Township 21 South. Range 24 B.
ii iiam back and you Meridian, hereby Rive i Is hereby given that the
gf. GRAYSTONE.i life I. worth living and you want ::tlt'ao.e.y: intention to make Final Council of the City of Klsalmmne will Scientifically Sharpened and Repaired

your friend to be happy with you. Commutation Proof to establish my meet on the 12th day of May, AL).
Com to our tore and get a bottle "claim to the land above described before 113. at 7:10: P. M. on Bald day for the
to-day. and when you hare tried It John Ov..r.treetClerk( of the purpose of hearing complaints which
'f iU TM KM f If you are not atlfled with the result I Court) at Klaalmmee, Fla.. on Ute the owner or owners of any of the BY
the bottle and get year Twentieth day of May tU' by .two of above described lots, or other person
: take back I the following witnesses: Interested in such Improvement
i may
: O to 3.60 .
; pec; day money. < Roy B. Howard, of Alcer Fla desire to make against the cost Cf such
f Special by week or Price '1.00 the bottle. Alfred Nicholson. AIc ... Fla. :, 4mj>rovement.nyx KISSIMMfE
', 'I':' Dan McLaughlin, Alarer Fla. >rder of the Council this 6th day SUPPL Y
: LI.m"up' ..L $-J. Tear- own 4raffit recommenaa MdVuaimntMi Charles I'udgftt. A liter Fla.. of May. A. D. 1 U. COMPANY
: 1 Ta.lorot BIo.4 Me4lMk ROBERT D. OIBBSl [ J. R. 43ILBBRT.

i, > 4..4. . .!._ him ab at It. -8t pd Clerk of the City of Kissinimee.uAs .


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FRIDAY MAY 9, 1913. \. iyf J iii' ,t t''

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Wlrdt' '8: What asked.,what hs }, replied tlut! jftri. Colonel Sparkman. It seem that .. t4

I ,in'!:' Washington ',T ht laughed to see a good-ataeLwan, >the:colon el had been getting the kind

( T like the Congressman get his face of- -letters that''Complain because

ClauL'Enge:: ,In[ Dixie) slapped \r..Uhout.hittinll: back at least there's nothing else doing, and the colonel ]-

1 once-as I was about to.. say to aman wrote a six-page letter (which 1 1May
I had intended to make up a tree it looks'as if Is unusual
no more majority leader this Cong- for the colonel) explaining. FOR
kicks right soon about the,Way these someone to searching around, for ressman might have gathered a fence why he hadn't done things+He wound :

Senators put it over the Members of mett. Calling fill up the gap, spied Em- picket and settled<< the whole thing: npr sort of this way: "The trouble Is ,
the House of Representatives; but, Underwood said to the table, Mr. outside of the Uouse; but that is'not there are too many people up here

when the circus parade goes down j "Here : the way they do things up here; trying to represent the First district, ..

the B street that runs alongside of'I five"or you Getup- and talk for Florida styles to not prevail in Washington thus creating an inharmonious situation .'

the Senate office building I! "ten""minutes.. I have got' to It seems. " ,
instead not
of 'use ; conducive .to peace and ----- .
up some time.
the B street that runs alongside,the I j i Emmett So the committee has investigated. plenty for the plutes." ---, -
the House office j'i answered: "But I am not r and has -S.--"A' LE'
building, giving the ,! prepared." made its report, and in due i The fellow who about this

Senators a chance to, see the parade, "All the more time the Sargeant-at-Arms (whose : said that he was glad to see 'that ,

and cutting out a poor House Mem- |'j i should talk," said reason Oscar. why you: main duty seems up: to this time to there were now too many up heretrying . .-
ber afflicted with have been
stiff knee "jints I And thereupon letting members draw and to represent the First district,

am just obliged to break loose in fer DEMANDED I Emmett arose, and overdraw their salaries) will be because, for the past eighteen years
vid but futile recognition of the instructed 2400 acres good land, 6-room house, 7 acres
protest against Sena- Chair to arrest this sassy banker there had not been evidence of ; grove, convenient to
torial privilege. For this reason, I and' delivered his views on the I and hale him-note the word "hale"l body having been here any. school and church. $40 per acre,-easy terms; 1 '
tariff really
bill up try-
missed seeing a circus parade for the and which, just like he really had 'em, : before the bar of the House to show ing to represent it. No. 99. 57 acres one block from Ry. station, 5 acres bearing

first time in forty years, as man and Emmett afterwards views carefully edited by I cause why he should not be called u'p-I I do not vouch for the truth of this; orange grove and 5 acres young grapefruit grove, just the place for commercial ,
will be with school and church
boy. preserved on for contempt. I grove privileges. $6000. ,Favorable
urn only repeating what this fellow
for all time in r
the II terms of
Hingling Brothers circus made'twodaY8 a Record by being The Sargeant-at-Arms will brush I said. lIe also told us that the colonel payment.

stand in Washington this of kept among the archives and poliph". up the mace, that some un- had recommended one Hoffman for SUBURBAN. HOME

week, and the chairman of the Committee the the House of Representativesof derstrapper of an English king; I postmaster at Dunellon, and, when 50 acres young grove with cottage and 2 large lots adjoining
of the United States of America. brought here and grove, just the place for delightful home. $3300. Easy terms. ..
Whole (House on the 1 over armed with asked why he had done so foolish and y!;
State of the Union had to keep his' that am the prepared to lay a small bet that terrible insignia of authority, unprogressive a thing, he explained Fine 1000-acre farm, excellent Ry. and market, school and church '

eyes shut tight all day Monday and one reader of the Congressional will, in due time, hale this bad man that he did it because R. A. Burford, advantages. 50 acres orange grove, 10-room residence, tenant houses, I

Tuesday so that he would not see''| edified; Record by the in Florida will be duly and biffing banker millionaire before local attorney for the A. C. I*, inOcala etc. $60,000, favorable terms-of payment. Full particulars (to interested .
perusal of. Emmett'aremarks parties. '}
that there was no the bar of the House. Then speecheswill asked '
; quorum, while the | him to do it.
great debate on the great tariff bill I, of the and will be properly proud be made, and precedents cited, Everybody; knows that Bud Burford 'I No. 303. Lakeside farm and grove. 127 acres adjoining Lake ;

was at its greatest height of impassioned -, Third young Representative from the and customs quoted; whereupon the is a good man-the same kind of a Tohppekaliga and extending to the county road. About 7 acres bear-
who so eloquently andearnestly chide ing orange grove, 50 acres fine hammock, 3 flowing wells 6-room
oratory. Speaker will him and order the man as Hoffman. is, agent for the Sea- I +-
and extemporaneously delivered house, stables, fine trucking land. About 3 miles
Many.. years ago I went to prayer them. Clerk to give him ten demerits. board at Dunellon. All this is speak Price $100 from city limits.
h. per acre, terms.
meeting!" one Wednesday night, and 1 ing politically, of cburse. We have very easy
-- suppose everybody knows aboutit
the two or three that were. there Antony's word for it that Brutus was SMALL COLONIZATION (
Schoolboys UK' that when an by now, but it really came mightynear ; :'
gathered were not more i in earnest irresistible force meets an immovable being serious business on board an honorable man, and Antony was About 1000() acres good land beginning 1-4 mile from city limits \ ,

about tbe salvation of their souls object there is hto pay. And as the Dolphin Saturday of last week. speaking. politically. of Kissimmee. no part of tract further than 2J/2! miles from Ry. station.

than were the remnant ;that were I the arguments of the Republicans and Those members of the House and Three houses on land, fifteen acres bearing grove and other ""improve

gathered in the House chamber during Bull( Moose uganst the Democratic State Naval Committees did get shotat Sam Fitts is here, having consented ments. Land all practically level., Part of this land when grove it "J 5 '

circus days about the salvation of : to serve the United States would be cheap at $1000 Entire I'
tariff bill were irresistible, and as the with a twelve-inch gun, and the per acre. tract $40 per acre on
the country. I I|I i Democrats were immovable in their shot hit HO clone to the Dolphin that Government in the folding room. terms. .
Hays Lewis is going home after hav- '
determination to pass it just as it the spray kicked up when the shot hit ,. "
Let it not be ing consented to I NELSON : :
serve the United REALTY I
any longer! thought by came out of the caucus, when these the water wet the new spring suits COMPANY
patriots at home that the men they two met in the of those who States in Joe Lee's place. These com- Over ,
debate the result were standing on deck. Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA.Advertising i
send > here to ings and goings of these two distinguished ,
UI| represent them do not chaos. The -
was- And this n what has curious part of this episode,

get a chance to talk if they want to. been the condition in the Mouse -during which makes it particularly interesting patriots remind me that 1 _. ,

It is true that the time allotted to debate the past week, and what will continue : to Floridians is that Senator may write a little story about both of - -_._-.

is agreed upon beforehand and for the next ten days or more.I Bryan was on board the Dolphin, and them some time when I feel like it,
divided equally between which may be xoon.
the majorityand the shot
that i
came very to creating
the minority, with the I I Long Distance :
leaders of I came near forgetting the most a vacancy in the Florida Senatorial '
each in charge of the 1 Democrats> and those ,composing the i i Phone 296
ullott merit; but important and only serious thing that delegation was fired from the 1
remnant and
there were fifty hours fet aside for has happened in Congress hince Preston Tallahassee. This is the old monitor 'I even I
j making the Bull
I j up embyro
the talk with Charles and rechris-
while is '
telling the (glorious! achievements saying the right
debate on the tariff bill, mid Under- Sumner with a walking stick before fwd Tallahassee when the Battleship of the I thing '
wood had Ro much more htu'i he could the I Florida party they belong to,
war. was being built
during I fail not to lambast the other fellow 'I at the right timer
use that hv had to call upon volunteersto It ,seems that one Glover, a fussy j, the term of former Senator Bryan' and this I
as of
fill in. millionaire banker, biffed a Congressman / (brother to Nathan Bryan) was named | Congressional' time is strictly expensive fo I in the right way ;'

So it was thi- goodly hour of nine on the jaw in one nf the public t Florida in compliment to the young-i I home -. -- --
and used
consumption, with the
last Satuniny night that our friend parks of Washington, and the House II est Senator since Henry Clay. idea or hope of changing anything, I We make a specialty of planning, preparing f

the young; Lochinvar who tame out of Representatives, feeling!: that there I asked Nathan about it over the that is in the bill that the Democratic j literature and conducting campaigns for .

of the West t the youthful Emmett by its dignity has been challenged, phone Sunday morning/ and he told I caucus has decided I Land Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities -
and .
put through Individuals.GLENNREAGIN
Wilsondrlivereii! his nuu'de speechin has voted to have an investigation I me that he really was some scared; I| just as she is-the most
the Congress of the United States, and appointed a committee for that that he was not aiming to be shot :, i
of the debate
i parts are those in which
Kmmrtt: hjippi ned to be one of the particular! purpose. at with twelve-inch when he '
guns consented
the orator lands on the other fellow.I ADVERTISERS 1
f..w110 were -Ittin around listening To a man up a treeand in this to serve the people of Florida l
to the tn' talk ....... I I The host one that came ouBof> last i
f-iomr aimed at there really was a man up a tree III the United States Senate; and, 'week's waste of time Ihttt ) .

nothiug. witi "no chance <,if pitting who testified that he sa''II the banker I never having practiced this kind of'' !Democrat) whose name I was have : a i I TAMPA FLORIDA: ,. :

anywhere, tha1 had been gviitf i>n all l 1(1) the jaws of the Congressman, i I] warfare he was not prepared to de- t.i>n.. said l nhniit. the. very .(rrandilnnupnt. orgot-. a .
the yvefk, when the eagle o' the and laughed and \tlu I fend himself 11 -
ryr when he was IK Jim of <]<*fn>iKf> I II' :Moose for r
consist of brickbats.. .. and lightwood program fixing everything ,
I' that's the matter with the Govern-I r'lj
I knot*
ment. This fellow said that the Progressive I
i I I am glad that the "plutes" who I Ij .

flOZIEB n EiTNEB'S I HSU HUNG E jlfiENGY have been chewing on my mane for j Moose and party!HI!' per was cent 1 per bull cent con. Bull I $13.20 Chattanooga and Return v
j past ten yours at home, and who On the same principle that the '

have hunted me with all kinds of young girl shows her first engagementring Account I U.) G, V, Reunion I
ThcOldmt Ir l Iniimne AKIMV In Oceeota
County things, never thought about twelve-
FIRE LIFE ; ACCIDENT HEALTH inch rifled cannon; because the and only one. she has, I send Official Route of Third BrigadeVIA u

_....::;"""IE .... is far range this letter, received not long ago from
so and the bullet so big that
just a plain everyday farmer living

.-- _. - _. of they might have gotme once, instead down in .Pasco county. I am at the Atlantic Coast Line, Tifton; G. '''S & f., Macon;
Looking winging through me a couple the of times. age of foolish hopes, which leads me I C.. of G., Atlanta, and W.: & A. R. R.

I new Congressional I i[ to i indulge! in the fond fancy that Old Battlefield Route) '4
ListenYou wash some person coming within" the
our reminded that the South is in 1 I '

I possession, of I the Government.; of radioactivity might be induced Of Pullman can_. anrl.. ,1t.di".I.. .. . "'"J........ ....::11.. .I_,. .._ T____ .'>. e. ; ,
They I -- --- -- -- -- .yo:; '''IIIJd ;vv noon- _
to write ;
another like it
GOODS: ; tiled hard to capture Washington in "Dade : 25th( stopping Plant City. Lakeland/ .Kisjimniee, Orlando and -
fity Kla.
April :21, 1 1S.:
lit 1.5*; but t he job \\as too bi gfor: "Hon. Claude I/Kngle I Sanford. arrive Jacksonville 7:30: P. M. Leave Atlanta 7:25 A. M.,

them What we could not do by i iforcv 1). C."Icur. Washington, arrive Chattanooga I 11:25 I : A. M. ;. ,

we have now done by keeping | Tickets sold May 24-25-26-27 and 28 Limit by
,r r | )/ Sir: I I see \\'. C. Temple's o
1 iiiSopv eternally at voting the )Democratic I extension June 25th.
J c I in Dixies about tariff
f ticket in the fact* of a majority big on oranges STOP OVERS ALLOWED 9 )
I i ; also the editorial) '()rung's aI
enough and brutal enough to make LOW SIDE TRIP RATES )
the hope !of getting possession of the I "I From Chattanooga ta all pominent points. T7
am an orange grower; have lif- j',
Government; intangible! and far off. I teen acres. Let the For information and reservations, call on
progressive Wilson
Thin. Congressional Directory shown i W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fla. i
tariff bill
| go through. f expect
that the South now has a President, Y. R. Beazley G.
I to be )benefited; in things I have to J. Kirkland
five members of the Cabinet, a largenurjority T. P. A. Tampa '
l1U I P. A.
I buy, so I can afford to come down on
of the chairmen of the
I oranges. h
h lrf House committees )
and about an even n
know oranges are considered
I break of chairmanships of the Senate
luxury by II good many; and so are C. A. CARSON
G cummittoes. All of N.
which looks goodto C. BRYAN, SecntaQ
0 STAR sugar and many other things that ,
a beginner in'Congress whose father
/ I r'' we ought to have more of; but oranges -
was an unreconstructed rebel, The Waters

I whose mother's folk came from South happiness.are a We necessity can take for care health of and & Carson
Carolina, and who resides in the State
j selves, along with the rest of the
farthest south, and, like both his pro- t
I O _ mother and Jfather?was born there. "You Grocery Comnanvt
0 All mlt which again gives promise of are acting the man up there, .i
1 I f all right; ,and all your friends are
rar.s a hot time in the old town when the ". '
proud of you.: *
o f warm turns Dealers in
(Signed) "J. W. HUDSON."
tfcie hot >Southern blued -to ""toilin'"

Look nice In summer time ; make your There are two troubles that are afflicting SIIOULD BE SILENCEDThe GROCERIESoooeoo.e ,I

; Members of the House; one, ;
clothes of cool, dainty wash goods. WhatIs the IrUere that they got from the women who in argument ( ?)

more delightful than to put on a pretty plucked and plundered proletariat so before the committee on constitutional --
long denied the signing 44 the Government : amendments on the suffrage matter I . . .. ..... .. .......
and from the said that those 0
wash dress, fresh spotless pay roll TB* think ;that they women who were opposing 0 WE 6 .

were under the first row of apple the granting the right of suffrage 0 HAY, SELL: 0 WBBUY: r
laundry? .
and about to women were cloaking dens of 0 4 '
trees ready to pick apples, 0 Or I.
Knov that when you come to us for jumping on them because the apples vice behind their skirts, ought to have 0 GRAIN HIDES .. 5 3 I :
been O
have not dropped into their baskets instantly silenced. She is class- 0 FURS,
your Summer lawns and linens, percales and the other is the letters that they; ed with the British suffragettes aa *0 FERTILIZERS .

and ginghams, you vlll get reliable goods get",from the other fellow-the one' doing the far more harm than good to '* SHINGLES. +0 .. WOOL '

cause she ostensibly advocates.Tamtoa .
that they didn't .
recommend-eontaln- .
and colors that vlll vash veil and vear ing crude and rude things of censure Times. 0* ORANGE BOXES, AND. o. ,

The great majority of the and .
beeanee sane
they decided .
veil. wrong.I 0 ORANGE WRAPS
sensible I
women of Florida ALL
are not .
met a fellow in
the hall
of the
Gome In and see them and test them. fora House building the other day, looking clamoring for the right of suffrage, VEGETABLE. : CRATES, *. ** COUNTRY *

very small outlay you gain a very big greeting like the doge him had I asked chewed him tell After me and the state we hope will that not be the swayed legislature by the of *.. CRATE NAILS *. ** PBADU L. ***

amount of. comfort and pleasure. Our about it. H. pulled out a letter and class represented by the one quoted 00.0..0 .. . . O .
started to read it. I above, and with whom a few of the . ... ...... ......... it
moderate. stopped him,
prices on these goods are saying: "If yon think that letter is godd women of the state arelined up. .
I bad -Manatee River Journal.No We veil SeW and rardM seeds of all kIJMb.
come up to my office and let me We give
H.C. STlFORl a CO show Free epedal atUotio to fitting eat hn&be sad assptar parch.. .
you one that I have. Alonzo, you cannot always tella delivery In dty limits. Phone No. 12. ,

Somebody has been telling tales belle by her riugn. prices We oa are fertilizers.county arenU for good fertilisers.' Ask DB for eJre.J.n anti i




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It I A new city is being built at Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville's splendid seaside resort, which f ." :.tnodett bolt':r.....-tart. '

through the past dozen years has been made famous by the Continental Hotel---Beautiful homes : :'bQ.trm1leJa.
i are rising along the bluffs that overhang the beach itself, and in the palm and oak-covered

i hammock behind it---there is no more attractive place in Florida nor in the South, for year- I muienee& tni,
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More than four thousand acres of forest land and ocean front are to be opened to home builders---a modern t rr---

city with paved streets, electric lights, healthful drainage, and all conveniences. and necessities of comfortable t .

living. The location is by the finest ocean beach in the south, seventeen miles from Jacksonville and connected withit .:Of. L

by a splendid, hard-surfaced roadway and a convenient train schedule. An electric service is promised within the. :Oz' ,.""..I

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spot in the South.

Ii"x, f... Allt"ady! A beginning II", been made neatly A thou'aiiJ acres north of the road toy who are backed by abundant capital. They I will conliol !the building 01! Alltntit/ Beach l! :T'zO:

the beach have been plaited; stieets hale been laid out and J cut tlirougFi.JjutMiHg sites from the beginning and no feature will, be allowed (that can mar its desirability as A :'j'1:

1- I cleared and a score of beautiful !bungalows and houses die actually going'\ tip as rapidly home place for men and women of refinement. f adding\ reductions and limit,iPions :;z:i:
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; Tile electric lighting plant is leady for extension along the streets and boulevards Many beautiful bungalows and residences will be. ready foi ')1 I upanry within a :+s:
; f and into the houses An artesian well is flowing thousands: of gallons an hour sufficient few weeks--desirable lots on which the purchasers may build houses of their own de'f.+

", i for a population of ten thousand people signiiig will be offered for sale within a short lime There j is no more attractive place in :t f.f.'z' f

I'j; :;f. Atlantic Beach is owned and being developed by men of energy. and experience the South for homes summer, wmlet, the year around. *,f I:,
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Ft t tion. The Company also has an office in the St. James Building, Jacksonville. If you cannot If;I t tI t

I i!!! come, write for full information about this home development proposition. It is the largest that i; I I

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