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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 30, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00596
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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done as soon as the committee . I
BOARD OF TRADE membership-completes! anvass'on of 1: the Va.1ley.Gazette office one of these' ,

the city for members.The - .- -- '" i"onions that weighed two and three. J MAKE KISSIMMEE, k

REGULAR SESSION chair quarter pounds and f was ea flawless' ._ y
IN announced the appoint- What' Editions as any onion ever And i! :.
ment Of W. J. Sears, J. D. Woodbeck Special Do .grown I' MORE'BEAUTIFUL'
r there s just heaps and stacks more of j
and A. A. Tano as the standing I .
com- _00----' the same size In Mr, Funk's field and
mittee on membership, and these j 9
SEVERAL REPORT they are so thick they touch from end
tlemen will\ at once begin active work When ojier and over again new-comers drop into our -
looking, to bringing every citizen in office and' tell; Tiis I "Readin 'your''paper influenced us to : j to end of the row, and will yield PLANTING TREES ON STREETS ;
4 4.r 4f 4r 4r twelve -
hundred'bushels the .,. .
the come here" or "Your special edition here are; -- r
city into the brought us -
Board. we
If -
there is
The committee on fourth of feel that we are doing something; towards the upbuildingof I any section of this old Jl
.\NI A. A. TANO APPOINTED' July our town and and earth that can beat this yield, we MOVEMENT TO ,THIS END BEGAN
celebration reported that the work community, are encouraged to go. I a
STANDING COMMITTEEON was well in hand, and that nothingwas on with the work. would like to hear of it.ANOTHER AT BOARD OF TRADE MEET'p'p'
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MEMBERSHIP. being left undone to make that --- ING MONDAY NIGHT. .

event the red letter day in Kissim- There are some business enterprises that do not believe I THOUSAND

mee's history! The sub-committees are in advertising. They have not y4t become convinced of I
There was not more than a dozen the necessity for the ethics Kissimmee is naturally a beautiful '
hard at work, especially the one having or wisdom or in publicly ask II HEAD OF CATTLE I
members present at the meeting lof charge of the sports, and already ing for new business. And yet these same business enter- city. Nature has done much font,

the Board of Trade Monday night, but several games have been settled upon, prises are advertising in a way'which only a few years i and our citizens as a rule display

the absence of members was made up ago would have been considered very much out of place. great pride in the \keeping of their
any one of which in itself would be a WILL HE SHIPPED BY E. ]L.
by the enthusiasm of those who drawing card. While the is They perhaps run a card, and exhibit on their windows and I homes, but there is still) much, room '

were on hand to assist in pushing the not yet complete, it has been program decidedto over their doors signs announcing the name of the institu i LESLEY TO PARTIES IN for improvement.A j

load to the top of the hill. Of course, give an excursion on the lake immediately tion. Now advertising in special editions of newspapers OKLAHOMA.Some movement was started at the '

after the wagon "Work" has reached following the great, grand is merely increasing the circulation of the sign in front of I Board of Trade meeting Monday night

the crest and the wheels safely locked your' door. that if carried to a auccesful conclusion
and perspiring game of ball betweenthe
to prevent the possibility of its Fats and Leans. It i is the act of placing the business enterprise beforea I, three weeks ago E. L Lesley will make Kissimmee the most ft

hplJlnl| backward, there will be scores The secretary aided by the committee multitude who otherwise would never see it and then shipped one thousand head of cattleto beautiful city in the South, .and add L

upon" scores of good citizens to climb on membership was instructed to calling attention to It by explaining 'in simple, direct I, parties in Oklahoma, and they still further to its equable climate and o- '

aboard and clamor for the right to mail a circular Utter to each memberof English just what the business enterprise stands for, and proved to beof such good quality superior health conditions ,

hold I the reins and guide the old wagon I the Board, calling their attention .in just what way it can serve the readers. i that he received an order for another The proposition was made at this i

noun> the hill of prosperity, and it \ to the matters that would come before --0-- 1 thousand head which he will ship on I meeting to make' the special order of

f wiM''' I be from these you will hear theMe |i the next meeting, and urging It is the faith of the publishers of the Valley Gazettein Monday next, after dipping them in the meeting to be held on Monday, ,

noise, about how "we did the their attendance. And it is hoped that the value of this kind of advertising that led 'them to his vat at the stock pens. I I June 9th, the question of planting "
embark in the difficult task of getting out illus- the of the '
t ttn'ig' Anyhow, those who did at- [ a special The trees along streets city, y
I the members can see their way clear general impression is abroad
.,,i this meeting Monday are then trated edition of this paper, and which we will issue in the I I and the committee on membership )
i e. in the West
I to lie present as the special, order for next few weeks. Florida cattle are un- ]
.. will find and was instructed to send a personal invitation -
iou always i
> the meting IK of such importance as -0- for either beef or dairy purposes,
and to do the real to every member of the Board l '
,1 ing' I competent the attention of and that impression is to ; .
engage every pcton This edition will some ex- f s
I give a clear idea of the advantages to be
. and present.
i K of building up making more "' who has the welfare of this city'ut offered this tent founded on fact, for the reason |I :
by and
this favored city and city county as a place of permanent i' There was a time when there, were i;
I I' .petoun hoirt: that the tick saps the. vitality of the'i i ii )
lit residence. Every business enterprise in Kissimmee and |: as many trees on the streets of Kis- ,,;t;
:i calf before it has a chance to develop'''
Osceola county should be represented in this edition and simmee there in other
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\fici, the preliminaries were over | into a real beef but the :i i) as were any f.::
i l' ptTial 1> older, that of placing the 1100 POUNDSBY It is confidently expected that every progressive citizen has discovered that the tick government can be''I: city in the Stats, but during the past ::4; 1
will lend every assistance to make this the most noteworthy several< ,01 i of members on a more equitable eradicated by a system; of dipping the I I I years ;;flt\
PARCEL POST publication of its kind issued in recert .
years. have cut.down many to make the ',
. taken and the report
i i iwax up, attic in a solution of tar, arsenic, sal
Advantage must be taken of grounds surrounding their homes more t
,1,1, the committee was adopted with every opportunity offered soda and water, and when that is
ii Alight. change that the soliciting to increase the volume of business, if the final results done cattle immediately begin to pickup open and susceptible to the making of

,' >MX\ .mlieis under this new scale was i kKN.NE'lH I'. BUTLER SENDS: I arc to measure up to the high standard that prevails ; ) and grow fat. grassy lawns, and the storm that visited '
throughout the progressive cities of Florida. us three years ago uprooted hun-
!n> ode the duty of a committee on mem- ( IIIXT WEIGHT:,( PACKAGE; : TOJ. i Mr Lesley is the first stockman in "h"
instead of the president I / and Every up-to-the-minute business man realizes the dreds of oaks and chinaberries. Still. ,
I I. hip O'HEKRY. this county to build a vat and dip his
,. The present rate of duos, value of publicity as an aid to the growth along both I there are few cities that can boast as ._
cattle, and the profit he will make I
follows: municipal and business lines and this special edition is on I r many trees as Kissimmee, but that ;! a
.1 adopted are as these two .
hound to be a factor in the up-building. shipments will repay him i fact should have no effect on our people

By month hotels, $5 with.00. 20 Hotels rooms with or more less, Pretty( lug doings going on aroundKisximmee There will be NO EXCUSE for any business enterprisenot ten times over for the cost of the vat. I I planting a tree on every foot of > +

per most of the time, in fact to be represented, especially if are interested in available space. "
than 20 rooms, month $2./iO./ you w r''
Merchants and manufacturers carrying bigger: things are pulled than I the progress of your home city and county. l MOVIES EXCITE Our people as a rule take kindly to 4

investment of at any other place we know if, but any move to advance the city interests i

& inventory or month $5.00. when a package weighing eleven hundred I GREAT INTEREST ,and we feel that it will be '., '
$5;;.000<> or more, per
pounds if sent by parcel post, it's necessary to procure a larger hall fir
than ,000
For the same when less $ ,
about time to call n halt, or it will '- to accommodate those who will\ attend w
,,- month $2.0. Real estate firms I ;
| not be long before the railroad and I- PEOPLE OF ILLINOIS BEING the meeting of the Board of Trade on
I Individual IN.'flWIHCEH
.iil abstract offices! $ ,00 II
real estate agents, $2.50 steamship lines Will be put out of I Whole Town in Gay Attire TO KISSIMMEE I June 9th.FIFTEEN. f fI
('()mmis ion.Kenneth I
Hanks.! $.r>,OO.() \Pool looms, $2.50. .
P. Butler desired to send a THROUGH MOVING

Livery Brokers; stables or commission and garages dealers, $250 or thmir weighing eleven hundred pounds On Day of Big CelebrationCOMMITTEE PICTURES. I ACRES

to J. F. O'Berry, who lives on the rural WATERMELONS
: Professional men I I IN I.
route about three miles! south of this
"_50. Individual membership 50 city, and asked the thing could go by REQUESTS ALL "tlTlZENS TO DECORATE THEIR I ,

cents. I parcel post. ""Certainly," answered HOUSES ON THE DAY OUR CITY WILL OVERFLOW WITH The following letter, which is self- I). A. McADOO HAS SPLENDID "
The committee on roads requestedthat I explanatory, tells of the good the
the postmaster, "provided the carrier I STRAN GERS. CROP-WILL BEGIN SHIPPING
it be given further time to con- r moving pictures of Kissimmee are do-
the stamps j I
once purchased necessary NEXT WEEK. ,
as'the question was ing: r .
matter .
mdor\ the could carry it," And Mr. Butler at '
of such vital importance that It'was and delivered the thing into the keeping The committee in charge\ of are Aultman; M. Katz short stop assist; Danville, Ill\ May ife, ..1913.. 1 I -

impossible to to cover 'it without con- l, of Uncle Sam's people, and in due\ rangemen for celebrating'the fourthof ed by C W. Griffin, Mal Lamb, An- Mr. Edward Canning, Kissimmee, Fla., I'A few miles east of this city, and, ,,-, .,k;;

,idi'iablc" discussion and much re- time !Mr O'Berry received the package July make the request of all our drew Johnson, Sam Story, D. G. Wagner Dear Sir: I beg to inform you thatI lying alongside of the 'Sugar Belt"!:'3"' '

.itch C W. Ward having left then its delivery in no wise inconveniencing people to decorate their business and B. C. Miller. No allowanceis I showed the Kissimmee reel at Railway, there is a field of fifteen

\ for the summer, the chairmanship the carrier. houses ami residences on that date, made by the Fats for fielders, they : Cherry, 111.. Sunday, May 11th., at acres planted in watermelons, the ,

n' that committee devolves upon C. Hut the eleven hundred pound package and earnestly hope that every person claiming there is no one on the Lean I Magnolia, 111., Thursday, May 15th, property of B. A. McAdoo, that are

A Carson happened to be a horse, which i iI' who has the desire Jo add to the success side that can knock the ball beyondthe and here Saturday, May 17th.All" I just about as fine as any usually

I'he attitude Senator Arthur E. the carrier tied to the rear of ,his bug ' of the celebration will heed the base line, therefore there is no shown in connection with the grown in this section, which produces :..

honegan has assumed on the bill allowing I' gy and led to the gate of Mr. O'Berry's I request. necessity of burdening the Fats with '' slides! and my lecture, the Kissimmeefilm I such wonderful crops of that fruit. "

the county commissioners to home on the Campbell road. \ This request comes at this early useless timber. 'I excites a great deal of interest, There are four thousand hills in this

l.-\iy ten mills for road purposes, he I date that our people may have ample The Leans will announce their lineup and it will no-.doubt prove beneficial !.field and a conservative estimate

Mating that he would use. his best ef- time in which to procure all nesessary in ample time for the public to ; to our work. I would give to each hill at least five

forts" to kill the bill when it came up WOULD DO WELL TO bunting and other things necessary learn who will wear the wreaths of melons, making the entire yield
My Compliments to Manager Wood-
in the Senate, although a committeeof \ to fittingly decorate their houses, as victors. twenty thousand. The first pickingwill
SUBSCRIPTIONS beck, and tell him that we are displaying -
that body had favorably repoYtedit RENEW : it will require thousands of yards of Park Trammell! is expected to apply his face to the denizens of Illinois, begin Monday, and they will aver-

the House had unanimously passed I colored cloth and innumerable flagsto for the position of umpire, but age about thirty pounds each, but ,
1 which, while it may add to his repute,
it. and the county commissioners and "dress up" a city the size of Kis- some of the committee favor tender- those' that come on later will weigh
trust will not in the least impair
Board of Trade had endorsed it, was BECAUSE) VALLEY I simmee, and those who deal in that ing that job to Claude L'Engle, while his fortune. from forty to fifty pounds apiece. ,

very generally discussed, with the result 1 BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN I character of goods can book orders I others favor Tobe Bryan. As soon : Allowing that Mr. McAdoo will receive \

that the Board by a unanimousvote I LARGE NUMBER ( before the supply is exhausted. as 'a decision is reached announce- The farmers hereabouts are too the lowest market price say I
reaffirmed its former action and We do not believe there is a business ment will be made through these col busy at this time with their corn- ten cents each, for his crop, his gross

ordered the following telegram sentto I TO THIS SECTION I house in the city but what will umns. planting to visit Florida. Many have receipts will. be two thousand dollars.
promise! to 'go there with either
the Senator: I comply with this request, and that us Not a bad season's work, especially :

"("ten. Arthur E. Donegan, r-' I I i fact alone will be the means of bringing C. H. fUNK GROWS during June or July.Respectfully when" watermelons require about as \ \

"Hoaid of Trade at meeting this I I The writer of the following letter I' hundreds here to view that most yours i little care and attention as any vegetable \ I

night 'I'ufflrmed i its former action of \oices I the sentiments of many people! I pleasing sight. 2 3-4 LB. ONIONCROP GEO. W. MILLER.Publicity or fault grown. 1

unanimously endorsing bill levying ten throughout the North and West who The ball game between the Fats -

mills for roads in Osceola county and 'have leceived the Valley Gazette I II and Leans is attracting considerable -
: of the County attention and much speculation is being .
expects, \ your hearty support of same. J through the courtesy WILL AVERAGE TWELVE Bill.
A,, wer." I I Commissioners: ;I indulged in and many bets being

Up to the present time Senator El Dorado Springs, Mo., May 18, '13. made as to the number of runs that HUNDRED BUSHELS TO ,

,. Hl' oneKan has not answered the tele- I]I Kissimmee! Valley Gazette will be made the first inning. For TilE ACRE.

JI am. Possibly he thinks his voteon )I' Gentlemen: Enclosed find stampsfor the edification of those who do not Passes Senate ;i

the bill when it comes up will be renewal to "The Sunshine Kissim- understand the rules governing a real ,

answer sufficient the Board. ;j mee Valley Gazette." ball game we desire to state that no About three years ago a gentleman I j ft(.

The committee on Municipal' Improvements : I like the nature tohe and general batter will be called out on balls, but arrived in Kissimmee from Indiana, ''I

.r I to which was referred the mak .up of the Gazette. It containsso will be allowed to remain at the bat and was so impressed with the numer- i Commissioners Given Authority to j jI IIr

'question of placing seats in the park much valuable information about until he strikes the ball, and that no ous opportunities and superior ad- ;'

pn Broadway, requested that it be the advantages and resources of Florida runner can be shoved off his base vantages this section offered that he I' Employ Civil Engineer to

f i\Jfciven further time to make report asiwveial generally. The County Commissioners even though a half dozen may be on began looking for a place to purchaseand I :.

along that line and business men of your the same base at the same time. make his permanent home. .
propositions Build County Roads .
had been presented, which the' com- beautiful city would do well to get together The full line-up has not as yet been That gentleman was C. H. Funk, ': :

mittee was considering, and expectedto I I for anothei large distribution completed, but sufficient progress has and he purchased the grove and prop-

( arrive at a definite decision by the''''I, of your paper. The Gazette has been bean made to assure the pubic that Dr. erty of L. H. Cohoon at Milliard's Island I e {

9th. This com- instrumental l in inducing a large num- M. J. Hicks will try to pitch and Capt. Mr. Funk made a success of his '
next meeting, June Special to the Valley Qazette: measure will make it. Also Done-
mittee is composed of N. C. Bryan, ber of people to settle in the city- and H. M. Breaker will attempt to catch purchase from the day he took charge,

chairman, E. L. Lesley and S. B. Ault- country. You may say to Mr. A. S. for the Fats, while Mayor J. W. Lilly although he was unlearned in the Talahassee, Fla., May 30.-Done- gan's bill giving. the county commissioners .

Nelson and J. E. Mattocks that some will occupy the box and Col.\ Conrad handling of groves and the mannerof
man. gan's bill\) giving JCissimmee and Os- authority to employ civil
here will\ the mask and breast- Florida dirt. He is not engineer I ,;
The question of publishing a list of, of the parties whom they met Bryan wear working a .
names of the members was generally last summer will visit Kissimmee next shield of the Lean The original man who believes in boiling all of his ceola each the right to levy one mill for road building. Dr. Break- I

discussed and motion prevailed requesting winter. We want to see our good line-up of the Fats had John Han sell peas in the same pot, but tackles any-
, a first base assisted* 'L. II. Co- thing that looks like money his for publicity passed the Senate. If er's pension bill defeated in the Senate -
the local press' to print on friend J. M. Boyle, out on Shingle on by good ,

the first page the names of those who Creek. hoon; H. R. May on second base, assisted latest venture being the cultivation of Stanford's bill does not get through, but he will be able to get in under J'

ti subscribed to the constitution underthe Sincerely, by W. B. Makinson; .Tno..M. the Texas: silver skin onion. 1

new scale-of dues, which will be THEODORE'". MARTIN. Lee on third base, assisted i by S. B. On Tuesday Mr. Funk brought to and it seemslikely, then Donegan'a :, the new pension measure.

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.. was that I :went direct to the -
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heaviest meal. Most x>f us eat too RULES GOVERNING
MUST KEEP CLEAN or deal more than we What in Washington master General, who' told me that r
iF r much meat, a good What's would have to be considered and could

not be.ignored.. .
L'ENGLE In Dixie)
When meat is fried it retains a (
TO BE HEALTHY Overlooking that little
word "Ad.
rt large proportion of the fat in the PUBLIC vise"- in the Constitution

form' of grease. It Is not wholesome.In BUSINESS SHOULD AC- t which makes .do- good I by which
'" Speaking of the disaster that overtakes I Custom, us a the Senators' Have all the power and
t. large quantities It imposes a heavy QUAINT THEMSELVES WITH 'I foolish things, has caused us to the Representatives
rolitica! trades and compromises many none; 'and
BATHE NIGHT AND MORNING organs. Flfrr- actlni
burden the.digestive
"that word "Advice" in this
retell forget the
fat THESE REGULATIONS. this is a good "place to on understanding that the tWt
ida a ul-e, eat too much
I. peopleas better I the of how Walter Kchoe putoneoverott.theGovernor constitutional provision, and'the people , Senators would have nothing to
I -4 -- -_ .__ -with...their.Lod! __They_.would.be__ - -. story of Florida. have gotten into the habit ofthought with the do
postmasters I
STATE BOAR! OK HEALTH GIVES without it- "Marly: letters 'mailed 1n1.heU; have been
: It will be recall eft by those with that the rccommendations-of fighting!: it out with Sparkmanand
would for in France and
SOME GOOD ADVICE TOKSUMMEK Better cooking( save a good addressed delivery (
the result of custom instead
that one William'I I Senators was i Clark recommendations and
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deal of suffering and probably a good other foreign countries which arytahject real good memory I agree
timeiovel'lOr of law, and that the representatives injr when possible and
at one
:Sherman; Jennings was giving
I j lives. It would make many m' fl to the Postal Union posture : Ul)
many Shortly afterhe really had some nay about the taking, when not possible with
Hi/lire, jl'lficic-n.t, more productive la- I ,rate are prepaid. only 2 cents the ( / of Florida. Wih'p'

\ -.- The State Board of; Health.; always hoi> t-t s, whether they work with theirIn -mler of such letter being under the had) taken his scat the question of I appointments. '. I But, I will recommend no ntoVt '
\ .. for 1 confess that 1 overlooked that and have written the
of State Attorney
solicitous for health condition in am- or their muscles. (" okinK is impressionlhal I \ the( two-vent domestic an appointment Postmaster
1' 1 Er. word, "Advice" until I the other day I General and junior Senator
lust; '
r Florida, is'giving some good advice an 111'1. but ,it is too often" made a I posture rule is applicable to aid the f judicial "anup.

for summer. use drudgery.In 1 't'tterlt nest Amos and Walter, Kehoe were when, lot)' all"iitie was forcibly I did this last Friday, for on that

both of them strong in dui,omo to ,it, and then 1 just remembered fatal day I I wax knocked down
The dangers of the' warm season/ I \Milinvealhei .I"", light.Jion't / I The only foyeiKii destination to appluants and
k the and the letter West l-'lonila, and both of them partly that 1 this.. word "Advice"means mad to tuke the count by that
41 affect digestive system / wear heavy clothing Don't : whip the two-rent rate upjiliis sum
nomination of William a whole )Id, ), .lust t like the man word' "advise" in the mouth
alimentary canal mute generally than/ follow the dictateof, fashion when. aleinaia: !: (Culiu \Iext)1"; to blame for the' of Sen.

the .respitory 01 ciiculatory t xy.-t'-ins t they pi ty-cribc gaiine-nt- unsuited to I I lie-pulilte, of I'anainu Newfoundland Slier man. Like the young man lilt with a brick,, ne\oi 1 forget, the aim liiyiin when he interfered la

although pne-iimonia/ is not infrequent" ' the climate an-l the pic \uilmg teinpeiuturts. the CanalOIK(
Hummer disease. 1 Foi t this "reason I kilt hakilled\ more" than I "steamer\ ) England: I, Sl'otl"d..1...'" with either if the other fair charmer word, moans just what it says., which! i Conlimied" ; ;)on -- -
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everybody j>hnulil be c-'pccially tautful Mill) mid I Ill-land. and the City of Shanghai was away the (;iovernor could not ,is that Senators are constitutionally 6:1

with rc'gaid to the diet' ( both a,.. llon'l hini\ :Stall> a little -emnei' China! To| all other. ,places the rate make up,Ins mind III.t\\f Krnest: andWaltei. 1 directed to advise' the President. I<<) : I

to eating and drinking. ..milou\ won't\ haveto run. He- mod- ."> cents for tile first ounce 'or fraction It \nis natural for him to about federal appointments and the OKEECHOBEE FOR SALEr

The first l and fundamental ,inle "ibe i-. eiiite, \ in r"'IY11)' and living won't I f'tin ounce' anil :'I i cents for each additional think\ about, a Ilalt..I Iw-eaiise he, himself I I'l'i-sieie-nt I<<\ is constitutionally t 1<< bound. s

clean keep clean, ,inside and out- lie. nearly -o buiclcn-ome, a- ee'isesand ,.: ounce. 01 fraction of an ounce, had been; traded into the Governorship ; to listen to Sermtoi's" advi-.N:;u Eight acres rich hammock 'land

I side. A bath very day is. a mccsityjust .'al\1'\ ....' make it which must, lie fully prepaid ..rill(> So; he suggested. as a nice, vdierc in, the Constitution is a :Mem- ;

as mush us. t the daily breakfast.An . letters. .become liable on deliveiy to a ear> way out all around, , that he would'( loot, of the !House of Kepiescnlatlvcsgiven five acre let in grapefruit grove;

all-over bath in the morning and, SEARS chaise I equal| to "cTuulilu the amount of give the uppiuiitnient to Kehoe with any authority, nor chaiged with (two mile from town, for $1,000.00.Will .

a sponge bath al night are none toomurJi. HON. W. J. the delicient postage. live understanding-that" Walter would'( any duty tu help the President; fill the
take good automobile and
The met ease of the visible Km instance, a KiiiKle rule letter "lesigii'iit I the end of two yeais so that federal offices. $101as
perspu'altion ?leaves unpleasant excretions prepaid only :! cents would be short Ernest could be appointed. Kehoe For lwenteais ((1 I hate aullmi. first payment, balaoc easy terser

on the -kin which become. unhealthful paid :a! tentand consequently! subject was. willing and Amos' was persuaded}, itt of a Cabinet t officer for this) the Write or come.

if not I ..nlll\ ,.d frt-eiiiciitly : ( WAS SKKVKD' HY TALLAHASSEE on delivery to an additional postage and' the Secretary of Slate, by direction custom, has. been for the :Members of

and thol ,ulhly. :Massagethe skin ; ehurir of (li; cents. of the Governor; made out Kc- the lluus to recommend, postmasters -

keep it lively and glowing.The LODGE(; : OF1'1'1'1111S. The J public will keep many complaint hoe's. commission, after he had been , and, the Senators the otherpicsidciitial T. D. HUX
average person should drink 'I ;.; from KOIIIK to the Post Office dujy nominated by the Go\; rnoi and appointments.' Hut hoary

more in the summer than in the win- Department if they will think of this confirmed by the Senate headed as'this custom is, Kepresentaties 22-21 Okeechobee, Fk

e ter, to supplant nature's efforts to when mailing letters to foreign conn-. Well the more Walt traveled,( ate only permitted to recommend .

wash the body through the pores of 'the Pe-nsaiola\ :Vein Of :Monday tries. around attending court a prosecuting b> leason. / of the Senatoriol'I An Ohio, man boasts of having u

the skin. Sears, of Kis- and drawing down the bounty In other wards. a Senator
siiys; :: "Hon.\ William : attorney umbrella that has been in his post.
What should be. the summer drink? simnice, ,upl. of Public Instructionand Two years ago William J. Bryan ,salary, the better; he liked the jol. .> concedes tills much, to the House. As I stun' fur more than twenty yean.

Water ice water ,if you want it und I Grand; (Chancellor of the Knightsof demanded free raw wool and the house : When the two years was. up Amos, the Lord giveth and the lord< taketh That's long enough; he ought to return

don't drink it to excess., :Most of the Pythias of Florida, was an honoredvlsitot Democrats headed< by Leader Under who thought he would like the job away so, also can a Senator ,concede I it.

soda fountain .beverageare palatableand in Tallahassee the latter part rood turned him down by a unani just a- well as Kehoe did. wrote a and) a Senator recede. Therefore

harmless, but with the average of the week There are many ways mous vote, but this week Leader I letter, to Waltei, suggesting' that it when the notion strikes him a Senator -

person any drink. that contains a "in 1 which a man may honored. and I l'ntJ"I\\'ood. advised .by President Wil- aabout time for him to send in will, put Ins big finger in the small \\hy should biff bets always be

flavor of sweetening I is II thirstproducer _tin, urged i his colleagues and they lit made in a meat
theHon.i Mr. Sears was honoied by that II" I"t,1., ,, Walter replied postmaster pie.I

rather than a quencher, so after a banquet green by the local lodge adopted free wool.-Savannah Prcsn onic, :efeinng, '! hif, "11< lid l to the < ;ioveinoi. I 1 know, this, because. I have rum upagani.t .,:& lrJ

all, water, just. plain clean! cold ,if Pythiiins A Washington dispatch to a NewYork who in nunmte- to Walter it. \Vh-ri the 1'lornla<< delegation \ lttlf -
declares that
water is about the best of all sunimei, Thc'iewen, a number, of speeches newspaper twentytreaties tailing attention, to the uniierstandinganil t had that tittle I rnc'Clmg' in ScnalorHeU
between the United States amiother n
drinks. for the guild of the order. :Mr. Sears iniliil( > -iiggi-sting that hi- lesigUMliin her- office two 01 three daysafter.the.nuouguratton
nations "Will be violated
The great and only danger from was oletted to the post of Grand; grossly ,' \Miulil In 'accepted. Walter ,it was agreedwhuli
if the Underwood tariff bill lie-e-eiiiH-s
.. ice water is its excessive use. Topersons (Chancellor at the recent Grand; Lodge ,\u>ti m.'hl )bark tn the iovtinoi; that was the only thing that was
t a law in its present form" Tins tnlk
who are overheated or who meeting ,in Kissimmee. lie is truly Mtie-i' "ii'i living, Ins letter he had again agreed that the :MemlMiof the
(be retching
of violation seems to -
work in high' temperatures, ice wateris An\ enthusiastic. member of the order. the epidemic staifeNIW;.;, < >ilenas ,lead, over, that commission, of his and l lit Houseshould have t the say a- to postmasteis -
seriously dangerous.' It produces That expression 'is somewhat over- TimesDemocrat.There's .. said "foui years"' and didn't say and that the two Senators 'l

congestion' better known as crampsin \\0'' k'd, but this is one case which anything about\ resigning.' I The Governor ,should have the say about the' otheieif 1.

the stomach. Acting on the nervous see-ms applicable in fact. He has ulleaely i a beautiful statue in every wrothbark\ that he had his letteragieeing tie'e-s.

system it has a tendency to bring considerable lot of travelling befoie he theappumtntmt
dime' a block of marble! but only an expertsculptor to resign got At this. time Senator Bryan agnd! i ,
about paralysis. Men working before in lodges and organizing K''hoc wrote. back that
visiting .
make it 111
can come with Keprescntal. .o :Spa' and I< i
the furnaces in rolling mills or new lodges. and his visit to TaLlahassee he knew all that )but as one lawyerwriting
Clark theiriews, then and thereexpressed
as stokers in the holds of steamships.., was productive of much interest to another he would suggest in '
------ that the Congressmari-ut- the meat man in such!
sooi learn the of ice water, I
danger revived and the takingin did
I being that when one' patty to a contract
could not thepostoffices steak holder!
I Large even figure in a good
t although some lose their lives in of a number of new members. nol \keep' It. the recourse of the olh..rPII"ly because. .. ,it was customaryfor

learning. Mr. Sears had a double mission in civil action in the courts.
was a *
Weather Suits .
r Hot (Congressmen,. to ic-coiimiend ,postoffices -
Excesses of all kinds should be the ,capital however. He is a member This dosed the correspondence and is a safe bet that
in his district and I base no
I L avoided. It goes, therefore, without committee of WHEN PURCHASING YOUR full
of the legislative Walter held that job down for the IT
district As.. this would have turnedtwothirds !
t" saying that the over-indulgence in alcoholic the State Superintendent's Association -I MOHAIR SUIT term of four years. The Governorhad of the .. ( the ItO shop ]holds better -
postoffices .in
drinks should' be shunned in and that interest extended to : hunt another to .satisfyKrnest.
t" I Be Sure It's a Genuine to job State over to the ""lu1<...." I kicked.
i t' summer or winter. This is not ad- five! bills which have been referred to I So, you see, it is dangerousto The Senator his steaks than ours !
junior in airing
vised from the temperance viewpoint, in particular a number of times", in monkey with compromises in politics We don't hold them
do/ views far call
went to
: even so as
but from that of the best'physical j these columns. One of these, which I .
1 t i me a name I had never been called long. All wagers are
welfare considers 'of great importance r I
Mr Sears
@ zeLlir before. I had and i
.,. : :. /'"i Don't drink !malt beverages to ex- I Is the appointment of more J 1 Speaking constitutional, whichis I hoped | ql'lickly.settled and
Ij" that the plutes had exhausted the vituperative
.' ., cess.' In moderation. they may not I tha n. one'inspector for the rural i'77lc1 / the, only Way .for a good reprdscn--_1 vocabulary In dealing withme I the steaks promptly

be harmful; they may be beneficial I II schools. There has been one; the position : 'tative to speak, the Members of the ,
Senator to'the
politically but Bryancalled delivered win-
I under. certain conditions and for certain having been h.ld'y\ Capt. House. of Representatives of the Congress "
1\.J. (f" tl i i. Look (10' this S.'kljcl me an "Anomaly. :Now ain't
individuals. George; M. Lynch, but it is importantthat r of the United States have Tio ners.
cloth Collar that scandalous.Sonic. ,, .
Be careful in ( atinl Don't It.. 1 stamp 00 at them not' authority
{ gormandize. there be\ more is not holies| duty imposed upon -
,- clay I'm g'Olllg0\ find, nut You can bet on our
I Too much is worse than to obtain authority for, more thai! vested in them to makerecom-
I :,..-t1' y'.J"'r", yJ what it means. All the plutes hadO"IIt"k.d
r none at all especially in summer. Fut two, for legislation is. hard when n t ,' t'' w_ Ywv /rill mendation for federal, offices. If steaks cvuay lime.
1 > this bet. He- said that I
i ripe fruit but lie sure it is not over comes to appropriations yet the need '.--. :;; dIJ"f'.v. ,of. "'.h anybody. doubt. this let him read.
?! had no district and the<< thing fix' -
mi1o <<
i ripe. Eat vegetables well cooked.'\ fe r men'e- than one inspector to cove Section -', of Article :Z, of the r'rcleial -
do was to w.nt until 1 the State waiidisliicted SAM STORY
Remember that a meat diet is heat the expansive Stittcof Florida i is u I \ 'All others arc imitations"'rie.ii'ctys }:dilutes, winch, among ,Atberpiovisions

ing. It is like the fuel under the :Mr. Sears'opinion most imperative l' / / "CrQl rifdle" Moltairs' are defining' the powers and so that I might havedistiict. a I'KorHIKTOK I
Tindidn't, suit ,
and I
boiler that keeps bteam up for work- and he thinks' legislators will s<-( guaranteed to give rnuie satisfaction( duties, \ of the President. contain this:: mi-
told them that I wiis RULL BASS MARKET
But there other kinds of * be hall going .se-e-
ing. are it that way. Cool Comfortable Dressy. and nominate, and
4 what I could! do
by mjself
fuel. Meat is especially harmful -_ 1\\ c tliow tlicin, lit a vatir4y ..f( ..yl.... l 1\, ami with the Advice and Consent. it

i! when it is cooked With a large amount No nue.stu> ; that Mr. Unele-r\\oe, (I of the Senate, .hall appoint Aniliasailin.s -

of fat. Too many persons believe i is growing in the estimate. of all ohsrivers. KA TZ'SSuit (other public :Ministers. and

with all their souls that meat i- a .. There is {ge-nt-ral I letog"MIturn I made I ui'siils, .Judges of the SupicineCiiurt
p FS: necessity but it is really surprising ; that he belongs in the "statesman ., HAMBURGER EHOS. & CO. and all other Olliccrs of the DOZIER LEITBER'S! > INSURHNCE( GENCYIt.

.:j. how well a strong healthy person. can class. What is a statesman'. Fuclnry : Baltimore, Md. I 1'nited Stales, whose appointments

? exist and work hard with no meat at Thihejleler, of a polltiral eiflie'i- \\'t .) New York .Iearuom l : B4O Broadway not IKJC-IM otherwise for .. .
are provided 1 '" <""101"! 'I' I ." I to, ..1 uuu', Au, ? ,.?. "",,| C n",,15
+ all, or with very little taken at only let pethtie's l bother, him !Mol who are pi"",,,,,* in making" tlirM" suits anti] and which shall. I be established I ly, FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
I lil\\ t .
v 'I one meal a day and that the dinner l bile Kegister. law '"'r_>NE "H

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IH.J ::-.., ance. Your business acres including young grove. Purchaser may take everything on the place except prairie and tim-

:.' is solicited.Correspondence *4 household goods, for $220 .OO cash. This includes a good cow and some I;
:: 'J < other stock also some farming implements. ber lands cheap

r 'I ; | TWENTY ACRES; three miles from the post office, young orange and grape fruit :* .

0) ..... groves, fine neighborhood and well located.

; J TWENTY ACRES.. near town; all cleared and under cultivation ; dwelling house, barn ,* TelephoneConnection

1x :;j' Solicited e 4 and good chicken coops; fine .pluce for poultry yard. *4

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CAL[ ISSUED 1 for steady and----r rapid prepress P' thip\ 1 TRADE k lI \
Atlantic waterway project. It lay unnecessary HOME '; s ,

.to recall the recent' large :

FOR F CONVENTION increase appropriations for inland PQO'MING:0
streams having little! relation to com. .. Protect The Health 1
mercial needs and based on local-con. Family
---::-'- .
siderations and questions entirely
DEEPER WATERWAYS. ASSN. apart from commerce- upon conservation BUSINESS MAKES .THE CITY

; flood prevention,, etc.: If these -.
tendencies to be -, .
successfully combated
VU.| .MEET IN ANNUAL SESSION if the: needs of commerce and THE, ? LACK: OF 'IT KILLS-GET Nothing is in' the home than

.JACKSONVILLE. FLA.' NO." -- tb'demand <>f existing traffic are to I BUSY AND BOOST-PROPERTY more important

VEMBKR. 18, 19, 20 AND be given due consideration our'voices --- -
VALUES WILT. DWINDLE U>n the right kind or a: 'refrigerator. Poor ones breed-----------
21, 1913. must be raised in, volume to equal I LESS COMMUNITY IS ALWAYS :
those of our Western brethern. Let ;
'ON THE GO. diseases and foods.
us, therefore, assemble in Jacksonvilleon I grow germs, poison
Official) Call for Sixth Annual Contention November '18, determined upon the I

Atlantic Deeper. WaterwaysAssociation. :1 most positive and insistent 9 o1wention I ]Home trade is the prime requisiteof .. ...." Select.your refrigerator from '
ye theld by this Association. Let us I successful city
J boosting. Without .
assortment You can .. ..
']johe" Members and Friends of the : make it evident that the question is J home: trade practiced as well as our great ,- '

Atlantic' Deeper Waterways Association one of equal importance to every I preached, city boosting will fall .flat. : get one here that will keep the .

: Statefrom" Maine to Florida, and The reason is obvious. Business makesa + '' food entrusted to its care sweet

i MtU-men : In accordance withth. that"all should stand together/: to aB-1 city; Jack of It kills a city. Your t

.' .Ie adopted at New London last sert their rights./: And I let each m m-I natural ambition is to see your city 4nN and fresh. i,

Sfpti-mber' ,, the Sixth Annual Conven- her of the Association do his part for 1 developing) a healthy and steady i That, by proper ventilation,

toi, if the Atlantic Deeper Water- the cause by interesting someone else II growth, and your natural acknowU -T will prevent one sort of food fromabsorbing '
to come with ua and join in the work. edgment, when the matter is calledto j
i Association Is hereby called to {
sdy The ladies will be welcome as us- your attention, will be that this is the taste and smell offtl1othe.
le h,-Ii in the city of Jacksonville, I I
ual, or, we predict, in that i i without the .
Honda.'i l November 18, ,,,19, 20 and 21'1 i may generous impossible increasing I ck ---
Southland, a little more welcome number of business
l.'M I concerns. That will be economical in the ,
than usual. When you are patronizing stores of ?
I )h. President and Vice-President I '
i ice-
Arrangements/: are under consideration your own city you are not only receiving i use of

of 'he i? attend United this States,convention are being also invited the i I for excursions from Baltimore, as fair an equivalent for your That will be hygenic---easy to ,

I I Philadelphia and Northern points, and money as you would from the mail
r"1OrIi of all tile Atlantic coast clean and to keep clean----
'a" soon< as possible a definite statement order house whose flowery and often
States the Mayors of their principal I will be issued as to details of I fraudulent advertisements make _its _ The saving on ice alone will '
Senators and R >
ritii-their ( preMentaI these excursions, as to hotel rates: and. I II owners wealthy, but you draw a sub- \ for one of these refrigerators
li\- Congress and their leading pay
all other necessary information. i stantial interest on the money ex r
(inn mercial and manufacturing organ- : You are earnestly requested to attend pended. You may own property. It I in time, and think of the com ;

i/itmn, >, together with many individual this (Convention in Jacksonville, will increase in value as the city fort.--safety-.-and economy it will
in business and l pub
prominent :November/ 18th to 21st and to ad I'grows. If you are not a propertyowner
., We look forward to I STEPS NOW TO i''
h affairs. may else. the Association headquarters as you will derive a benefit from bring into your home. TAKE PROTECT

a 'nil ge and notable of Jacksonville gathering.and its : soon, as possible of your intention to'': home trade anyway. Business progress YOUtt FAMILY HEALTH.OSCEOLA 1r
riucity ,do so. Husmess firms are entitled to in a community i is an incentivefor
Kuan! of Trade are now considering I send two delegates: ; commercial and civic progress, and you will havea I a

i In- program of entertainment, and we trade organizations may appoint as better city in every respect. No I Imatter s

in.'i\ -af(1}' predict that there will be I many' delegates as. they please, their. who you may be, the wealthiest -
for all who make HARDWARE CO.
in store
"' .I treat
i voting power, however, being measured I ('lliz,'" .or the poorest, you can 111
I II I |ourny; into the) Southland! next , as one vote for each $fOO) paid<1 as do your ,share in helping build up Pa- )I

X.iMmberI I annual dues. Slates. and cities. are latka. Home trade opens the opporjIUnlty

the I city of Jacksonville offers a I also), "requested] to appoint commissioners for every man. The next timeou I Kissimmee, Florida i

-. n.ii' Kiibli* example, of i I'lvu- couragei l ) make out an order to send to a I

,. '. iitogn-ss Step by -tcp.' at tmie- Youi emlacceptance, : : , of this cull! mail order, house, submit it to a local 1 5
'tif face of exere misfortune" \ amil I- de, ''ued I 41)101I1' before sending. it off and see .

".Hii.-igrTllvlit.' ; tile ail)' has. utilized\ .1 HAMPTON: = 1 :MIdKllesl ) | how near he comes to meeting the
.htrlnped It- nituril: I itiUanliigesii \ f \\ Pi -sident.VII.IKKI mail order house prices. If you have I vFOREST-- - -

'.., .itmn' and has !(.'lulls\ the con \ : > II SCIIOFF.Sec . rein I tiled. It'ou will, IM- surprised| ..., ,.'1
i t'' ''"']1'i M, point. foi, a great and l li : elm 1 iy Treasurer' The liuuhlcwith) most people' is when FIRES MakeYottF
t .
i ipidly growing" imdr" t1- e region I they purchase of home nwrchantfl'II '

It 1 1 i through and aero-1- the I l'lor'Hapi SMALL BOYSAS '. buy in small quantities, ; but TO BE REPORTED "if

ninsula, Is htmg perfected a ,system from a mail order house .they buy in HOME

vtali'rvtaj that ai i<- itipidly air ,, PETTY THIEVES hundred, pound lots. I- oF -
to settlement MMIHof the iirh-. When a man is talking: up the advantages -
\t!: up
-t lands, in the country, the pnxltirtil I I of his particular locality in'I' BY RURAL MAIL GARRLERSCARRIKKS tCPV ::f: tt

< which .is. largely in demand in the I 111111' rOKUEST AM SIIHIMPAKNOI.D the hope of gaining: a new industry I t
:North In thin wai there. i i- hemgjieuled ) a new stoiekeeper. or a desirable new ,
/ a t ,'nWl1dUOIrv"hi m" of ,. )- I < ONVK'TKD= ( OK eiu/.en, his chances. of success are j; WILL REPpRT ALL ,

r ping which has called for the rapid ItOltltlM.: MONEY= Dlt.VW- much\ "more, promising" if he can impiess : KIRKS; TO NEAREST OFFICER ..

'iM'piovement. of the St Johnlliver his hearer" with the t..111111ar: ON: ROUTE AND: J TO POST-
of I tin. I I I-.KS OK. 1lEItl'I11N'1'S.I : :; is the '
pmt the sure
and fur the development gum-lit that city on
i" OFFICE HY Pl O-E.:;
,; .'.larktoiifilli-' a -nli-i rot' noilhiin'iml load. to a great: future, and, therefore, I tt llit La

shipment! I i is a good place in which to do business : :::_ -; I.:

luring I ) the pa-t I veal: a .special ,sesn none\ time past our merchunrlha because it" people spend their The official postal guide for May .J,.. ""

-.,,, of the Honda Legislature! called \ IK "II missing,, articles. from their money with the I local business men: I calls the attention of postmasters and I .

l.\ request and -at the expense' of counters, and on a few occasions That kind of spirit will make an instant I rural I carriers to an order of the Post

larksonvillc,.. authorised it. bund is.Mieof have found their money drawer appeal. !.Office Department that the carriers
iii that city, which was submittedto I night before as change, but on Sun, boomer can say is, "You ought to forest fires detected along their routes. Y OF YOURS. YOU WOULD SURELY SEE TO IT THAT THE ,
popular' vote arid! carri almost I day afternoon last quite a raid was, come here to live, it's so pleasant." This .order was issued at the requestof

unanimously; i made by*. Home 'light-fingered artists:I There are lots of pleasant places, but the :Secretary; of Agriculture.For FOUNDATION WAS IN NO WAY LACKING WOULDNT YOU? 1-

Attention la .How being given also on the tills of K. S. Floyd's grocer)' successful city boosting accomplishessmall several years in some sectionsof i

to the remarkable facilities of Jack- I stove, Story's meat market, J. Z. Rob. headway :with that single and the country a sort of informal!'un. ..' 'j
But how about foundation the rock which I
MimiHe" H.S a point of distribution <-isorr"s, drug: store and R. T. Butler's, inane commendation. derstanding has existed between Na- your'financial ?- upon '.
I In-.,ugh the piotected inland channel" '* poor room. "Never:. too late to mend," is a motto tional Forest rangers and mail carriers the future of your home and your loved ones must. be built?

dll' h aie 1 feasible all the way to the When these ,lohberies were reported i I that holds, good in the argument/: for with the idea of securing increased 'dI.
I it secure-sturdy enough to successfully withstand the
.mint I of :Maine Ilow closely" I hi.- l to the officers Sheriff L. II. In. home trade. It is never too late for fire protection. The marked effectiveness -

'uulheru: group of waterway'* is hwnu|! gram at once' sized up the birds at, 1 the people of any city who have beenin of this cooperation wasa storms of misfortune, sickness or enforced idleness?; ;{

ought, into connection\ with thi'Northein '', two ,small boys known by the names' the habit of sending mail orders strong argument in favor of its extension 1\,, tP

,section of the intraioastalchain .I I..f Vamp Forrest and Shrimp Arnold, for merchandise,. of any kind to be and official sanction, and was

I i.s, but little understood Tin; I agi-il icfrpectivcly fourteen and ten I I I cured, of this folly and civic indiscre- in part responsible for the request of If it isn't, you owe it to tbem-to yourselfto -

last RIvers and Harbors Bill provided, I \cur-. I It took the ,sheriff but a short, | lion.-Palatka News. the Secretary of Agriculture which make it so. Begin today by making t

fur' the .improvement of one of thi. time, to satisfy, himself that the boys" i And this": applies to Kissimmee as resulted in the order by the Post Office your first deposit in this bank. You'll sleep .
north of Jacksonille "- them under. well as Palatka.: Department.The .
links immediately : he placed : I
were guilty, ami better-eat better and feel better if do.STATE .
\ The Government has. recently I arrest plan is for the carrier to report you I'
free trafficthe : I II fire to the nearest forest officer on
taken over and opened to 1 Of course, they denied their guilt, DUTTON-HARRIS a
connectingNor- : to have him notified by
his route
important link but when told that the game was
folk and I lieaufort, and our influence played out and the time had come to I SHOE COMPANY :I some responsible citizen. State and BANK OF :
toward the Natioyial' foresters are supplied with
i< being forcibly directed rush in, they confessed the full story,, \
ncvt important link, to comu-ct' tho telling how they entered the places,, post road maps and with postal guides
All where containing the addresses of the dif- l( ISSIM MEE \
Chesapeake and I Delaware Hay: what they took from each, and MEETS WITH Sl'Cll SUCCESS '.
popular purchased ferent postmasters. The postmastersin .
. along: the seaboard temtory the, money and articles they WILL OPEN BRANCH HOUSEAT {
is'' turn supplied by the foresters .
interest in waterway improvement could be found. Upon investigation are
business LAKELANI with the names, addresses, and telephone Capital $0.000.00 t:
_ aroused, and the. demand of the I by the sheriff, the boys' story
interests' 'is making: itself) heardin I proved t true, and eleven dollars in call numbers of forest officers [ Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security. $130,000.00Officers ;.i
From the Croat(; dollars and seventycents residing on or near the carriers'routes. and Directors
no uncertain tone. money' and ten When ;Messrs.. Dutton, Harris and .
Lakes, from central New York and worth of articles were recovered Smith, three promising young business C. A. CARSON, Prest. J, M. LEE Vice Prest.M. .

the upper, Hudson, from the Connecticut among which were two dark lan- I men of this. city, formed a co- Cooperation between rural carriers KATZ 2nd Vice Prest.
federal forest officers will take
Valley, from the Taunton and Mer- t",irs. evidently intended for use in partnership and purchased the 'shoe and
place in Florida, Arkansas, South Dakota ROMA THOMAS, Assistant Cashier '
nmac I liners, from Cape Cod, from night, .l'obheril.'lI. business of L. M. Whidden, some of
the waterways surrounding! : New The boys were tried before Judge I the older element winked the left eye Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico -

York City, from the progressive State :Murphy -Wednesday. morning and i and said "those boys. had better be Arizona, Utah, Montana, Idaho,

V of New_ Jersey J with Us ship canal Vamp Forrest was sentenced to the careful when they bite off such a big Washington, Oregon and California.
inaugurated school at Marianna pending success-* these Cooperation; with state officers is .
project so magnificently reform chunk of pie, but the -- - -- -- --
which only a few weeks ago has been I good behavior while the Arnold boy young men have attained under the given; in all the New England States its Oyster Commission than on the in the Cotton Mills-Our''' Modern
with and in New Jersey, Now York, Pennsylvania -
brought into direct -connection with was turned over to his father firm name of Dutton. larris Shoe Co. protection of children who toil in that Feudalism" r
the city of Philadelphia through the I instruction to keep his kid clean in has caused this older element to sit Maryland, West Virginia, 'state. Edward F. Brown special The Committee is issuing with this

completion of the 12-fyot! upper I Delaware > I future or he would he sent to keep up and take notice. Tennessee, Kentucky Michigan, Wisconsin agent of the National Child Labor number of the bulletin an index of
Minnesota, Idaho, Washington -
channel ; from De-la I are and (Hamp company. Today the Dutton-Harris Shoe Co. these Committee writing in the Child Labor the previous volume. This is a new
Maryland, everywhere come insistent I Sheriff Ingram left yesterday at i is regarded as one of the foremost Oregon and California, ajl I Bulletin brings out these and other feature .i in the Committee's publication
established fire protective -'
t demands for intelligent co-operation noon with Hamp for the reform school. and' most substantial firms in Kissim- states having striking facts abqut the present fail- which, with its more than 400 .

in the completion of the comprehensive I niee and i is destined to have a state : systems. I. ure to enforce child labor laws. Mr. references, should be of service to the

chain of public inland waterways BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE SALE wide reputation in the next few years.In Brown refers to "the favorite methodof ( student of child labor in this country.

mapped out by this association at the I fact their business has grown to CHILD I LABOR LAWS pasing a good child labor .law in

time of its organization and steadily 600 pounds of this face 6f eight such an extent that they feel justifiedin NOT ENFORCED= response to an indignant/: public demand Few of life's pleasures are inexpensive. -

urged since that time. The move- I point body type, nearly new, plentyof opening up a branch house at Lakeland and the nullifying it by neglecting .

ment is under way from Maine to I sorts of all kinds, displaced by installation i and the manager of the firm, Mr. So Says National Child Labor Committee : to provide adequate machinery -

Florida, and is bound to gather head- of linotype, will sell to first Harris, is spending the week in that in Quarterly Bulletin.In I for its enforcement. It's a wise moonshiner that knows

way until our object is accomplished. one sending order and check at 15c I city making arrangements to begin I i The Child Labor Bulletin is pub- when to keep still. f4

The present year is one of singular per pound. Probably over 600 business June 1st. Louisiana only $900 was spent lished quarterly by the National Child

opportunity to increase and to utilize pounds.One I in eleven months for the health and i Labor Committee. The current number There are few shade trees in the :1: ,
in for out
Bare street wear are
cutter arms
the interest of the southern seaboard 22 inch Economic I safety of 76,165 wage-earners, while issued today, contains the; pro- average man's field of labor.
lof date-fashion saith that lovely 'I
larger ma- (
States in support of this great project good condition, replaced by account of the Louisiana ceedings of the ninth annual child ...
chine. Will sell for $40 cash. 'irstcheck woman must pull down' her sleeves. the postage labor conference, including a stirringcall When the girl yawns it's the '>hl
If lady is looking for trouble, however Oyster Commission for one year was I the home ;
i a man's to get into
the cue
At this time, also, it is doubly im- gets it.VALLEY GAZETTE, 1 it will be perfectly permissibleto $441,58. Mississippi has spent more to genuine democracy from young '

portant that we assemble in force in Kiuimmeo, Fla. roll 'em up. money on paper clips for the office of pen of A. J. TUcKelway, "Child Wages stretch. I rII 'C'

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i :W, B. HARRIS .. '" .. .. -: .. . .. j, Tallahassee May 29.-The. local would live a thousand years to vote New Arrivals
\ S. J. TRIPLET .. .. e f[ fight in Osceola county for roads has.I Ia I against for he realized that it was
.. .. _.._._ .. : bearing of interest in the entire staLe coming up year after year and the
l . SUBSCRIPTION RATES; bile copy. one year .ta..U. : for the reason that all good roads 'problem had to be settled SenatorCarney' .
i _'-_.On copy,...l, Jt onth. .._....... .76 'One copy, thro
is considered to be dead atI said that the question was
'---:--- r.- -----r' .:-: : .j legislation! } j) ]
i this tinvai Tlie"T>iHV"pi-dp"osed"by the coming-up again- two-or four years I
AH communicatIon. I --
except our authorised
fcned by the writer. Florida Good Roads Association have 1 hence and he hoped that'by this time .

_,Rejected matter will not be returned unless called 'been defeated in the house and while all the 'moas-backae opposed to suflV \ Ladies Buck, Five button Oxfords
: iyeflalor 'Igou in the Senate and Senator rage would be out of the legislature.
Entered at the ,foBtolTloe in KlValmmt-e. Florida H.. m I .
:;= n' : Stringer have measures that they j He spoke to Senator Finlayson who Short Vuttip, High Wide Toe. .
FRIDAY MAY 30. 1913.: placed hopes upon they have! about j| has a seal near him as Senator Himes -
-- -- given all idea that "any measure ''spoken V, Johnson, who Is his nexl-
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nigh ruined the of state-wide importance will be I pass-|i .seat neighbor. The scene was one We have the above styles in

l GREEN FRUIT LAW tion of Florida 1 ed. Senator, I onegai's against an I j jiiicicased which: the senate will nol witness I both white ana black, in' all
numerous in rail hago in his own county again during, the session When Car- :

LIKELY TO PASS 1 bark as little as ] (I for roads I is in conformity with the ''II'Y made his speech and brought in sizes. 2 to 7B to C wide
t through some < general, opinion that any increased his reference to the rnoss-backs there I
ing agencies \ luxation for roads will not be upproved was-a warm applause] in the galleries I
though those I by the people.The aiming the "women and) so vociferous EE; OUR WINDOW
FUTILE ATTEMPT OF MINORITYTO cies got their1 / t I } attitude of the legislature has was it that Watson who had been ('ulI-1 1
well a.s their 10) " 1 lieen discouraging to the enthusiasts J,I ed to the chair ,by \\J'{. id'lIt i Drane, :i ithieatcned
ing. for good, roads, but it is just as it to hate the -sergfant-at H I --- )
THWAKTVOKK; OF T.\ II'A I um glad to : ",., predicted
MKKTI.M: ;-STATK ('II KM 1ST change came Senator Stringer's fifty million The disorder in the senate, how-

nOSE) IN: ; 'ER'I'It1IN I (; 'Ill-ought about ,'( dollar bonding measure, later reduced < e\ei was not to be compared) to the Button) Harris Co. )
POSITION.) and you might in committee twenty-five millions .pandemonium which has reigned in I
nor to the undoubtedly hail its effect in the house for s<-\ ..rul days. I It maybe ,
agencies have ; ( killing the other proposed legislation. I in some manner unjust to charge I Bring Your Feet to Us to Be Fitted
Since the mailer, i is yet unsettled I i irig and yet I 1 I I i I It is now generally agreed among this disorder to the presiding officer
wish to Hay a few things through your suicide to allow good roads advocates here that if It if a hard I l job to keep' a body of meni --
paper that I was not permitted to say -: lead a fight I there had been u getting together of i together for sixty days. It invnii'ably -
at He Imill, in answer to arguments ,I i t of the largest the good loads, !people, outside of the :' happens that as the session draws School at Marianna and changing itsj j I I who were massacred by the Seminole

advanced liy those opposed to u standard :i|, by the exchange I)( iat ion 'as well as III it, before :to a close that the members get to be Hume to the State Industrial School. 'I Indians under Chief Jumper Decem
test being made to the present ment of the .. ] hr. session, nr" early in the session, ], ,obstreperous: They will' not be sub- Creating the Everglades Drainage {'I her 28, 1839.Representalive.
green fruit law which standard would It is but ( '' then1 might, ha\e been put .servient. to the demands of parliamentary I liistrict and providing for the bondingof Clark today delivered
make it effective while] on the other this fight as some sort of a measure look- I II ] observance. When the discussion said
hand without a standard it would be''large! 1 ( I 1Ig' to an establishment of an official I I on the full crew bill was up at ,Act I places no obligation upon the I the endorsement of 54 members of the
a comparative nullity which fact is these have their I ,,1 to I the good roads movement a night session the debate was suchas 'S late. ) Florida Legislature for the appoint-
( .... 1 There interest in the de- Providmgor the submission of a I| ment of W. Riley Dorman
well known by (those working hard i the longer the was great to h"I11orth/ the most severe comment I as postmaster
against the adoption of a tout. ) they will have to i .. III the Senate Wednesday afl"r-I i from members that I r.s permissible I constitutional amendment enabling at Live Oak. Objection Was
The antis! were well organized and I a correspondingly: oi the equal suffrage on the floor, and the chair hammered 'cities of 3,000 inhabitants or more to ;I made several days ago, directly to the1'oetoffice
handled their case with rare judgmentand to these it is t. The galleries were crowded i iith in vain for order. Newlans I make their own charters without reference | Department, against the

adroitness while those in favorof a mess of / women prominent among them opposed the full-crew measure, as didseveral to the Legislature. 1 appointment of Dorman by some of
an effective luw were unorganized I after results. ''''IIg- Miss Jeanette) Rankin presi- \ of the rural members. They Acts providing for the disposition :1 the citizens of Live Oak. Dorman hu

and seemed to have rested their case i i I have traveled ] ht of the Equal .Franchise \league ,declared< that the legislature] had gone uf juvenile offenders and the appointment .been here several days trying to

on its merits and justice, as well as growers through l ( :\ who ha, been here work-I wild in legislating/ in favor of the labor I of probation officers.A smooth out the matter. It is probable,
the fact that in every state-wide R'ath'I''I unge section of III \ I for the 1>l1 agof the measure t\\' unions Kite, of Alachua, who i is "full crew" bill affecting rail- the Postmaster General will pass on
ering of { growers a test l there is fully SO .. fact that there were fifteen sen- '' (himself a country member and an ex- I roads." I Dorman's application this week and
been endorsed unanimously; except at'' fruit growers t of fruit '' ,. for it due to the} work done I I less important measures/ ( a general Senator Fletcher]
I the meeting in Tampa held on April green( / was :: This brought forth from today again urged
17, at which more than 400 grower:, i unpleasant> to \ \ :.Miss Kankrn. and Mrs Roselle I the Suwanee member the assertionthat I nature were also passed by the House President Wilson to appoint N. J.
6 t, were in attendance and there were i \terests of the .'!(fI> 0..1(. and Mrs.: Locke, of Jackson I he had a speech to deliver and he I us well as many local bills affectiiiK l.illard of Pensucola, as Public Printer -
''e four disst'ntinvotps against the |.looking at it, we 'Ill... and others who have been inter- was going to make it, and that he various. counties and cities in the The President. at this date has

,[. standard agreed on by that body of i an honest ted in the movement But there would rot, lie insulted though he did :State. not yet made up his mind regardingare
1.30 for oranges and 1.75 for grape- i them, but as we .-,(' those senators who spoke to the I Iall'I" not" object to being/ interrupted in a ---- -- appointment.

I fruit. Three of these votes represented ''i inhale for the nIl ', while addressing the chair, J gentlemanly< manner. He declared

I the three largest independent mart j!avoided. lid they tang in all\ the pathos of I fmthcrmorc. that his blood was hot I THE NATION'S' CAPITAL THE STATE
keting agencies in the state and the j i With the large< hand that rocks the cradle. and that he had feelings on this particular BANKHIGHLYJIONORED
f fourth by a dealer who handled 200 I J fruits available t I ", Finlayson, Johnson and (' Seni( : measure thai would not permitof
Washington 11. C. May :2u.(!. That
r. 000 boxes last season. I believe that in II of the senators who spoke against light comment.
t The action of the Tampa meeting i will \I.v the ,' ] : ( .. measure had the impassioned On the good roads measure Wednesday Senator I Fletcher's bill introduced u
was reported to the State Chemist, and I if Florida on tap. Cooper delivered a the debate. grew so acrimonious I.few days ago suspending. for two 'The State Hunk has just receivedan -) L
and he was requested to draft a lawmaking i i lager will follow I '' \\ Iii. h was tou..hingCone andalkins I t that there was fear among certain years operation of the law for reorganization order l issued by the United States
this! standard effective; but instead ''u business' built .. and Himes spoke for it. Cone ]members of personal encounter 1).1 J JI of the customs .service has n-.triil I '1 I'out for the Southern Dis-
; t of the minority accepting the hall take top a grandfather clause] amendment I t tween I Light of :Marion and Taylor] of met' with general approval rs shown tnt of Florida stating that the said
action of the meeting they got busy vors. If we are !hich was defeated. Then Calkins Madison. The fad is that verbal altercations I liy the steal number of letters rereived |bunk has been designated as a depository

i at once, and put forth their best efforts I l pediency we shall n'I I (' a substitute which was in- t have become so healed I' i to get an endorsement from the I too advanced an )| nded to kill the measure, admitting ,some have predicted that there will <"it the country ,'xpr"'lngtlwlI' thanks This I is a distinct honor to the old
Horticultural Society that was soon other than on ; that it was his purpose toI I I I be a ti ti..utY'on the floor of the house I'I t for its mU,'oduclion. reliable] State ]Hank and shows the

; % t to meet at DeLand. They had an able i I 1 I stance is the .. the measure if his substitute I 1 before the session is over. The Harry Among letters received today was esteem, in which it is held by the
lawyer on their side with other train- I I order houses who been adopted. It had to do enI I Floyd] and Senator Davis affair one from the Chamber of Commerce United Stales officials and others. It

ed speakers, and notwithstanding the as represented, or with the eligibility and suffrage I did not occur on- the floor; it came of. PLattsburg, N. Y., which congratulated is always gratifying when one of our
one-sided way in which it was gotten may be returned. and' only white male citi! I immediately after a session of the Senator Fletcher upon havingthe local institutions makes decided progress
,'''t before that body they were-voted down market for sour eligible to hold office. Stokes 1!house and the state of affairs at courage to introduce a bill which ( and becomes recognized

by a vote of 105 to 65; which however many say who afe 1 'ably against the proposed subitute I present[ is such thai. Floyd is taking would nullify the effect of the Taft throughout the state for Its integrityand
is the best showing they have let an amendment | ; on the grounds that the. con- ]I |great delight\ in it, for he' feels that order., This order was issued in compliance .careful management.
f ever been able to make in any of the It I present law amendment in question had I he is not entirely alone] in the fear ,I with a bill passed by both We congratulate the State Bank of
I t public meetings. Just imagine how sour fruit, but do only with the eligIbility of peri' of personal violence.The I Houses jtl the last session. It pro- Kissimmee upon its uppoinment, andbelieve
will' not be .. .. to vote and not to hold office. Miles reorganisation of the customs .
I r I I' weak their case was when in spite of [ir temperance" measures were all I i' it I is a wise one.ST. .
"{ the fact that it was so ably presented I There seems u | spoke with great fervor emasculated, so that they do not i I'l i vice/ July 1st next and abolishes! I -
it was voted down by such a mat jure the standard '{ the measure. He said. that i ;umout to anything M.nous against the :i nearly, Ills<) collecforships. When Senator (CI. r t jority. about a prejudice was unalterably opposed to suff- "]uoi interests I 1"', Fletcher l introduced bis bill a few JO; TO SOIJTHPOKTArrangements
j The sum and substance of all \heirkilled chemist making ge' for women and hoped that h. .1. I II I KKKSK.: 'days' ago he explained' I that t the. Senate -

: I .. arguments against; a standardwas his law and that / _ / ___ __v / / / 'i I had ordered the provision stricken '' will be made in the
i that California, I'orto Rico, Jamaica to be filled by him I out, at the last session i but that ''I'"r. near future with the A. C. L. to
I I and to the utmost most <: rc-iiiM-rled in conference. by lh M have a special] ('Ittuk(. the people to
even partsof
say Kissimmce
: [ What the House Has Done Iii House members.The I so a.s to accommodate
.he earth were allowed ti, ship :State; Chemist Io i I boat excursion from there to Southport -
f I their green oranges into ofrr mark"ls abused man; first i i'a bill has been I referred to Ihe I II I at the south end of I Lake TOhopckaliga. -
I when Florida] would be held back by strenuous fight I I (Committee I and will probably be formally I . :Several; weeks ago an
the law. The other effort was to makeit 1 In. did not enforce ( ( By House I'ublicily Cojnmittee)) Prohibiting minors and females t reported f back to the Senate I 'excursion uind lis-h fry was pulled off
I''at! thai'place, and I it met with greatsucic.s.
appear that it was the state chemist the that year Tallahassee, :May :'JH.! .-Many bills Horn' ficiucnlmg| ('(' where liquor I tins week.John Many St. 'loud people would
and not the growers: who was behind in nut doing it ( 1 \(. been 1 passed. by the House/ of Uep- r is Hold. ; prohibiting the shipment of W. :Martin, who has been nom i have gone had the train service .
this proposed amendment. One would ard and i have been warranted in thinking that the attorney ,' which the more important ones ami ror, the labeling of liquors I.Iarksunulle, was Washington today l people.e11r> | : .Iohll) ) [Lee. formerly ('on1"I..d -
with t I":1.::: Cloud] has
all scientists,, state general the hipped into fin and held a conference w it Ii Senators bank
especially; our dimes the (' (' J a nature are following: dry counties" the personal ,a !10\.1) grove :and oak- hammock
1t chemist, were the greatest fools III vigorously ltn.citUS( Submitting Constitutional Amend- use of consignees.Regulating .. 'Fletcher l and HI'YUII.Vlwth... ,. or nut I t ttlu ther.. which has been) the scene of

Y ; existence, when taken in connection force it and ('(' (' providing for the Initiative the inn, nufallit rr of.' > Scimtois hail agreed In allow his 'many pleasant duy...' outing.-.
tilt with the green: fruit laAnd yet it ard" I endorsed is all right for him to ;11 ilka ion of the <- ", in nut July I Isl will be named I ------ -- ----
(( pass on our will make (' " l ; I Federal income tax I'rnhibiting the. .soliciting of orders I(I IIII.DKKVS;: /) \ YT
food stuffs, fertilizers, etc. This looks I believe that 'apt. ,,,.lid 1111'111 to th|/) Constitution, of the, '''as: (the- date of the expiratron of law
fOI'y: ' ) / counties, by MKTIIODISTH'IUIKCIIThe
inconsistent to the writer.\ t trying position, '[ .. :States; except rotiiinr-sum. could) not lit Rained' h It
mail and) ader'' isements.An ( .
45t They seemed to forget that the fear, or favor ] A "blue sky" law, regulating the newspaper j jh.t, been :arranged), however fOI'l the following nvisl interesting program -
green fruit law had only been in existence to carry out the I ,,',' of investment couipanics in rtct prohibiting i .screens\ blinds, Senators 1 tu accompany :Mi. :Mai tin : was loin, al, rhji.n'H| |Ilay extrrrses -
1 for two Chipping seasons, while actuated,! by ,..Iti (I ' State. bail's tallies, etc., to be used in connection I tn the, Treasury "'"arlm..111111:1': (' :.Miinlav" at t the, .Methodist. church on
''I" have had- thin ; with saloons. ( The. sealed :, Ill' will be introduced evening last l :
we competition referred been charged. I Several bills] for the protection of to SecretaiyMcAdno. "*"' l 1.I"
.' t 11* H..I' ', ""'"' Own <]|ndI'iHli.r
\ i to, lo these many years. They should take\ ,' \ fish and game. pu'kagf'atun'" of this bill, and that : Tins would l seem to indicate n "1'.1, , ,
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'\ : also seemed to have forgotten the deplorable and sustain hint Prohibiting minors from playing or limiting the hours of sale were' rejected that it had l len agreed to allow 'II 111' l l !itv J U MI
'ii ;; : ] chaotic J by the I ) ''Mr.: I :Martin's I'XII.II."I": wool< (rum Iho SIIPI"
r condition that the orange A great deal] I 1 f tie nK in pool and billiard rooms. nomination to be confirmed I I I. i ? ? 1r..1 I
,e e : market was in as much as five the expenses of ( :Memorializing Congress' / to open :ti;Submitting, constitutional amendment <1. i if only for the term ending '11.<,1 It11.111.h.I I] I'lo..iz" hail<1.. IIO'H cud l 'dries by

t? ".,\ >. years ago at 'which time they were fruit, law, as well |I I "" in Choctawhatchec( Forest Ke- exempting from taxation homes .July I 1st.Before. :.. Ie.' ' i '1.111"! 1. Ilob and l Ihr jtlbL.. by
to t the value < I I' I., )"!..
of $ lf, 00) ) and 11. i
permitted to ship without .' for settlement.Authorizing personal | leaving for
'i oranges any pest law, and I ,, : Florida todayitepresentatn'e I Id: II.,in."n, ,\ i-uzzllnu. Qiu'xllon. by
[) hindrances, and) if the shipment of is now available i suits for damages for property to the value of $;,00.Appropriation ( ( Sparkman inlruducedu M ii, ? n II" i .Ut
Solo i
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r;. r' ; immature fruit is such a good: thing has been paid! in :, .. death of minors caused by the for the employmentof number of bills in the house. us follows 1 ' The'11117.711IhV'.Yu'r.11 Itnb* Tenses tyS'Hitt
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two rural school ,
i' ; 'I ;A now why wall it not then ? whom these laws | '] -("nc'c of individuals or corpora- inspectors.A : , Tin-. KlrlH",."I'"w Mother by Nor-
These bad conditions led to the organization fact that the .. ( 'i second bill for the abolishment] Providing for purchase of sites and '"'u.. ,i.nniri, and !Murray Overntriet.i' .
: I// \i : of the Florida Citrus Exchange laws Would be of Prohibiting the unauthorized wear- of the convict lease system, the bill ,I[public !buildings Dunnellon\ ) to cost .1 II rk.Iir'. 1110",' Our Ruby '">' Klliabeth'

ec[ < which organization was made advantage: to the / /{ of badges and insignia of secret I!' previously passed having been rejected $5(1,000) )( (); al Fort Myers, to cost $100- Kli; :IN? hang nod I 'hOI'U8--hy eleven little x

sY ,'J by some of the) largest, most successful economy to take , >l. i iAn by the Senate. 000; at Hrooksvillo, llernando county, ,, It,.. iiIlon, Tinfhllrt. Jesus by Jn.Urlriln. .-
J:4" ,, far-seeing growers of the state sideration. act authorizing makers and i Repeal or portion of law relative to to cost $100,00; and another at Arcadia I Ill'l urll, .vl.rH'I..1. Johrinl&, Itronson and Afar

.1L' who realized that if a change for the i As evidence of of notes to be sued in one grant of stale lands to railroad companies DeSoto county, to cost $100,000.To SOUK(' cUmlori Kockuby.Huinut-1 by twelve the Little little Helper girls!! -
;, ": '. better was not speedily brought about matter I will state I the same action. authorize the Secretary of War by. four Klrl8.1I..I"II..nTb.. .
yl '''Il ..: the citrus fruit business was doomed, I cut down 1,500 - -- Fixing the salary of the Governorat to grade and fill the ponds and low 'by; 1'la.ylon Young. Lad and with Harry the Arnold.Loaves,
7i ? and the shipment of green fruit 'was $6,000 and the railroad commis- lands on the military at'.1' The Hupcrlhtrndrnfa words of IntroJctlon -
that it had these reservation '
I' ] to get laws passed. I also sioners on the Children's Day offering.
\: the largest contributing cause to this :I make and budded that each and every member of at $3,600 per annum. Fort Taylor, Key West, at a cost of Htrfet.Hontf, (ollectlon. Hpench-By Murray Over-
.f. ;' w I. condition. Had not conditions been' Appropriation for taking a Censusof 50000.
a t remove them from law-making bodies now in session the State in 195. I j i and by Children.the school-Birds. Butlernits
;; i .J ao very bad the exchange would not riod.I Tallahassee give this matter ma- An Directing the Secretary of War to !, n..ltallon-The Captive Maid. Br
I' ; '1' >4.f:; have come into existence, and to my I II appeal to act to define and prohibit unfair mark the site of the battlefield known Margaret I....e and Clara Ploets.
consideration and
every act as their competition and discrimination. Kecltatlon-Younu Timothy by John
I : .I way of thinking the shipment of imf j er in the state to j dictates from the lights they as Dade's massacre, in Sumter county !II.* <'. Jr.:
,\ mature fruit distributed systematical- / rious and unbiased and can get on the subject.- Seminole Providing a reservation for the Florida, and to erect a monument I Junior Song-Children's Exercises-Day Some by Young the chonl.Bible
; ; ,'J 11 Jy over the entire country had well)) j jV"i J to use every range Grower in Times-Union. to the memory of Major Francis L.f I eroes.Irritation by eleven: boys.
the State Reform -The Children In the Tern-
Dade and | ,
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one hundred of h\e\ men, par Harriet Buzza.
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'1.1;' THE USSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE New lot of 46-inch voil flowncings, Fred Gilbert yesterday 'Mr. and Mrs A. S. Hearn' left : J.
Telephone No. 11. -; big value at 75 pent with b , \{ yesterday ; CONFEDS TO MfET' EDITOR ENJOYS' '
,_ cents per .yard at friends at Tampa. for Dodgeville, Wis. .
. Published Every Friday By Gilbert': .. 22tf I
i W. B. HARRIS., "In The Sch\x 1 Board will hold Its'regular I Indian Head, for, suits! and fancywork IN JACKSONVILLE PLEASANT TRIP ;

the Land of the Lions,'.', one of ,monthlysjnVeting Tuesday. better than linen, at Lawgen's. ..
the hand-colored Gaumont two-reel 23ltMrs. -'
4 pp0410+041000 044040Weather' features will be exhibited at the Pastime Marion' TindallVf- arcoos a was FOR FIRST TIME SINCE ORGANIZATION ' VISITS KDGEWATER, THE MAr.

Saturday evening and night.! a business visitor 'to th>-cHy yesterday L. R. Farmer left:. Sunday fora ''TIJOSE.'WIIO' WORE NIFICENT PROPERTY' J.,
ReportFollowing month's. visit with relatives and
meetfng will be held friends in Georgia. 'fMonday'
I Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the M. H. Porter, retired farmer; is REUNION IN FLORIDA. "

,are the daily tem ...,Baptist church, and will be led by G. enjoying the 'pleasures offered by a' A. W. .Parker, of Americua, Ga., had s4 f'
_ .peratures and precipitation u P. Parker A most cordial pew Ford touring, car, spent a few days here this week with afternoon last we the
reported, by;the Government is extended"ihe ', his cousin, J. Z, Roberspn;' '' .Chattanooga, Tenn., May 28.-Jacksonville pleasure ol, an auto ride from Kis-
station at Klssimmee for the p blito'attend. J. A, OB'eni. the 'Whittlerhotel Fla., late today was awarded simme to Edgewater the magnificent

week ending May 29. 1918. See W.D.J.Sumner for designs and I. man, was in the City ;yesterday, mak- Mrs. W. A. Joyner returnecilodayfrom ( the hon6ir"6f"entertalnlnjf the estate'-ofJ" .Q'Berry, lying on thi" t'

prices of white bronze monuments, ing the trip in his new Ford car. an extended visit with relatives twenty-fourth annual United Confederate ',west shore. of Lake Tohopekallga,- tl "'

f' X MAX HIM. (AIM- statues, grave covers,headstones,etc. Miss and friends at Oglethorpe; Ga. : reunion and Commander in Chief about nine miles south of this city in '
. . .. 90 Mary Reynolds, of Lakeland "
72 21-tf
.Friday .16 i Gen. the handsome Carter car belonging to
was the guest Saturday and Sunday R. A. Davis wife and son, of Moul- H. Young, of Louisville, ,
Saturday.80 71.25 Mrs. A. S. Gilbert ton Ind. Ky., with his three Mr. O'Berry, and a more pleasant d }
attended the of her friend, Mrs. Gay Livingston. are the.guests of Mrs. J.. S. departmental. commanders .
Sunday. .SrSit 86 65 .10 ; | closing exercises of Columbia College Marshall on Mabbette street. ,. were' .reI cted at the lastimportant four hours would be hard to imagine, d 9

Monday . 88 65 at Lake City this week at which time Mrs. Amanda Osteen of Douglass, I business -session of 'veter- especially as our companions_ were' I j
t Tuesday .' 90 66 her daughter, Corinne, received her Ga., arrived Wednesday for a visit Hydegrade Galatea, wears like iron, I ans during the reunion here. Jno. M. Lee S. B. Aultman 'S; L.- '1' A

Wednesday 89 68 ; diploma as a full graduate from that I with relatives. just the thing for suits, skirts andchildren's The next reunion went to Jackson- Lupfer, Henry Aultman and J. F. '. 1)

X Thursday . 94 61 famous institution. wear. F. H. Lawson. 23-1t ville after than hour's O'Berry. -
::5: I II The banks and postofnce are closed more an delib-
>. OOOOtOooooo Walter Nelson left Saturday for eration in which the hospitality and I Edgewater is one of the finest !
1 today in honor of those who partici '
I Eugene Bryan, traveling representative Wichita, Kan., his former home. lie fame of that city, Nashville, Tenn., I estates in this much favored section, i'
pated in the Civil war on the Federal
of the Wilson & Toomer Fer- will return here in a few weeks. Houston, Texas, and Tulsa, Okla., had comprising as it does about nine hun'J 1 r :
4-M I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I U I Ii tilizer Co. has side. '' 4
... established headquarters i Mrs. E. F. Collier and daughter, been proclaimed by eloquent orators. dred acres, and has more than a mile ',1 ,
i in this city, as Kissimmee is in The County Commissioners will When a vote was taken Jacksonville of frontage on the lake. We found ";
THE LOCAL HELD i : the Myrtle, left Saturday for a month'svisit t I
center of the fruit and vegetable there number of "
) meet in regular monthly session Monday with relatives, at Laurens, S. C. received 1,528 votes, Nashville, the not only a goodly 'j
section of Florida. when important matters will be nearest opponent, receiving 405. The peach, mulberry and haw trees, buta .' i. I

41 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I lif Mrs. L. M. Martin, who spent the I disposed of. Lyman Munger and wife, who spent. selection of the Florida-city then was whole forest of guava bushes, all ''! ,II
the winter here with .their son, Mark made unanimous. full of fruit, as well as splendid crops 1 1:
Strand wood $1.25 per strand. winter here the guest of Mrs. E. O. I Nelson Makinson returned Wednesday Munger, left Saturday for their homeat Departmental officers who again of corn and other field crops. .-
Prompt delivery within city limits. Tatman, left Tuesday for her home from Lake City, where he has Kokomo, Ind. :
But the main of Edgewater
will serve under the command of Gen- product '
Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10tfW. at Benton Harbor, Mich. She will return I been a student at Columbia college the -:'.:
in the fall and will probably session. Just received, pretty embroideredand eral Young, are Lieutenant General is its orange groves of about thirty >

II. Brokaw with Griffing Brothf. make Kissimmee home. past bordered lawns, striped chambray, Theodore S. Garnett, of Norfolk, com- acres, almost every tree looking' as ; :"

,-' the tree people. 40-tf permanent I Mrs. Harry *'Rogero, after a few voiles, marquisettes, etc., all at reduced mander of the army of North Vir- healthy as possible and the limbs already ; :!i

: Business in the accidence insuranceline days spent with her parents, Mr. and "*prices at Lawson's 23-11 ginia; Lieutenant George t'. Harrison, sagging with fruit. There are :' I'

,busvisitor,,, appears to be in rather a healthy :Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, left this week for Miss Ruth Butler left Wednesdayfor of Opelika, Ala., commander the five acres tiled and four acres equip- "
condition around here these days as her home at St. Augustine.Rev. Hendersonville army of Tennessee, and Lieutenant ped with the Skinner system, a four'J:
N. C. where she
Vou can get twenty yards of calico H. W. Barnett informs us that this I General Vansandt, of Fort Worth, inch flowing artesian well furnishing f,
will spend the the of .
S. H. D. D. of Dela- guest :
for,, one dollar at Gilbert's. 22tf week he received the order to write feld. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Singletary. Texas, commander of the trans-Mis all the water necessary. i
policies for the entire force of the sissippi department. It.was on this place that.Mr. O'Ber- i

:Mrs. C. E. Denig, of Runnymede Arfclee' Lumber Co. brother Judge T. M. Murphy, and' Married on Wednesday, the 28th | Other features of the second day reunion ry raised such wonderful crops of { -r+
hotel with relatives nit>ceIrs., W. B. Maknison.J. at the home of other ','
spent Tuesday Mrs. I) P. Graham, program were the impressive eggplant and celery, as well as 1 1<'. W. Hill, postmaster at Narcoossee Miss Ruth Little and Mr. Chas. C'I I ceremonies attendant the dedi- ,, vegetables. I I..' '.
F. O'Berry is having a handsome upon >.
passed through the city Saturdayen built at his home near the Colson, of Bronson, FJa., Rev. J. D. cation of handsome monuments at I We can not imagine a man owning J
If it's white shoes you want Gilbert garage 3
route to Tennessee
being among Sibert officiating and not being perfectly
Park delegationsfrom Edgewater
Chickamaugua by
has an up-to-date line. 22tf southern limits of the city, in whichhe J
the number took
advantage will house his touring Cartercar. We regret to announce that Mrs.G. Florida and Alabama, and the I contented to let the remainder of the ,.
t'. D. Carroll, wife and daughter, of the cheap rates to see Lookout Moun- F. Parker has been quite seriouslyill parade of the Sons of Confederate earth be the property of others. i, 1,;;
tain as well a.s pay a visit to his Miss Alberta O'Berry, who has been i
Nurcoossee Wednesday here Veterans.A .
at her home on Emmett street, but : ;
gr,...ting their numerous friends. home of thirty years ago 'in East Ten visiting her brother, J. A. O'Berry at at this writing is considered out of joint memorial service in honorof LADIES'. AID SOCIETY MEETS .. ..

nessee. Whittier since the school days ended, any immediate danger.J. the Confederate dead was also heldin The Lauies' Aid Society of the }: ?:

Wood 'Wood, Wood. Phone 168 returned to her home here yesterday.C. the auditorium today, at which representatives Christian church met at the homeof, ;
for your wood.: $1.25 and $2.00 per At the Baptist church on Sunday K. Singletary and wife of Braden- from all other organisations Mrs. S. B. Aultman on Tuesday to '; t;
Dr.) Holt will preach in the morning C. Worthington, an old newspaper
-trand. 7tf who have been the for
town guests the reunion took for their annual bazaar. Quite ;;
I on the Solidarity of the Human Race, writer reached the city this Week, and Home time of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller I attending part. arrange and several :
:Miss Berta Bryan went to Tampa and at night on the Betterment of the will assist in getting out the big industrial left for a number were present t tg
yesterday Hendersonville of Dr. and Mrs.S. added to the roll. I'
Ben were
Wednesday to act as bridesmaid at Human Race. These discourses intended I edition the Valley Gazette Downing son new names '
N. C., to the 'f:1t:
spend summer. 1\ W. Downing, reached here last After a very enthusiastic business ,
Miss Besic
of her friend .
the marriage to set forth a world-wide will issue in a few weeks.C.
Buchannan. vision. Everybody invited; strangers Children's Day exercises will be Friday night seriously ill, and for a period, dainty refreshments were if 1'4

especially" welcomed.Mrs. !. H. Blanchaine spent a few days held at the Christian church Sunday few days his life was despaired of, served, and the social feature was very ;.
Wanted-500 familes in Kissimmee this week at Daytona, enjoying the evening at 7:30.: Regular serviceswill but today hopes are entertained for much enjoyed by all present. Next i

to use ratnip. It kills rats and mumi- : C. B. Jacobs, accompanied by ocean breeze but states that the cli- be held in the morning. A most his recovery. Ben has been employed meeting is to be held June 8rd at ,

iies) the body. Kissimmee Drug Co. her daughter, Mrs. E. I.. Keep, and mate of Kissimmee just about excels cordial invitation is extended the gen- at Fellsmere for some time and Mrs. T. M. Rivers. A large attendance .t'

-"J-tf. I grandson, 'art' Re<
Warren, Pa., where Mrs. Reep and I ,.
who has charge of the -- -
E. F. Collier ----- -- -- -- ---- -
son will spend the summer, but Mrs. .
turpentine still at Narcoossee, '
Jacobs/ will leave in a few days for
business visitor to the city Mr
was a
Burma, India, where her husband is
Snturday. engaged in the oil business. I ,\.

Miss Minnie Rogers spent the weekend I h"
J. II. Reed returned this week from
with her sister Mrs. G. F. Kribbs, I' Cuba, where he went to attend the inauguration -

ut her beautiful. country home nearN'arcoossoe. of the new president. Mr. The Money Profit of Buying ::

I Reed states there was not the least 1 .,

Mrs. W. E. Cadman, of Nkrcoossec, sign of a disturbance Oil that occasion, .

passed through the city Saturday en and nothing he saw would indicate ATKATZ'S I,) : I

route to Orlando, where she spent the that the people of that island were not

day with friends. perfectly satisfied with the way gov- e

ernmental, affairs are managed. 1 1I
Mrs. E. O. Tatman left Tuesday for

Benton Harbor, Mich., where she owns C, ''A. Carson and wife were 'among Tuesday Wednesday.s s

a summer home. She will return to the Kissimmeeites who attended the :

Kissimmee in October.All commencement exercises of Columbia :

College at Lake City this week Mr. ,
members of the American Wo- I Carson is chairman of the board of

man's League are urged to be- present trustees of that institution of higher Muslin Underwear Sale

next Monday June 2, at :X'M:: as there learning, and much of its success is

i to be an election of officers. ( I dinto hip business ability and wise I r

Mrs. Emily J. Buell will leave in management of its affairs.W..1. I June 3rd and 4th .

.. few days for Minnesota her former I Seers has received! and! accepted '" :" ;.

homevher<> she will upend the summer 1 the invitation, to act us toahtnmster )

with friends and lelulives. at the Alumni banquet to beheld ; R(

at the" State University ut Gaines- ( ,
Ezra: Stewart deacon of the Shakercolony
located near Ashton. was in i l villa on :Monday right an honor of connections have secured ':
our we a com-
1 which aiiyvnan should 1 \be proud, even
tini Saturday mid made n pleasant THROUGH
call ity upon the editor of this paper. i"though I he povso-ii-' the attainments of drummer's samples of Muslin Underwear at ;. :
| of the grand, chaneelloi; of the Knights. .

Mrs. I 1) :'1. Kirkbridc, who hall ]been ;I of I'ythias of Florida..!. prices that will permit our selling them at less than we :
Mrs. W. \L. I

Wmn visiting, here her for daughter.the past throe months, i The invitation Valley; Gazette(;to attend I' in the"receipt formal.i of. could ordinarily buy them 'at wholesale. We have decided to give ;

Ihio.left Tuesday for. her home at Dayton, I i an upeiung of the Atlantic Beach Hotel, I our customers an opportunity to share with us in this "money r '

i' which, takes place Sheriff L. II. Ingram purchased the :May :::1. We regret that business more interesting put

handsome Overland 1 touring, car from farces' uto decline this invitation as
the.above our entire stock of Muslin Underwear consisting of '
( W. Ward l lust week and 1 has J the writer will ever remember with ,

/graciously invited the editor to makeuse I' great: pleasure a similar m-cusion\ some Princess Slips, Corset Covers, Skirts, Gowns, in fact everything in "
result where
his at I this noted
of it at pleasure.The 'years ago( '
train passed through: Kis i I he WUSI foitunatP a s to be among our Muslin Underwear Department. t

pay those ii'ceivinjS invitations. .
simmee last Monday morning:, leaving I Ii i
'" a Rood: bunch of money and many I The :Mabel Page/ amid i l the .1/ I. :Mad-

smiling: faces. when it departed 1 north docks dramatic companies have cut Tuesday and Wednesday r.I r.
down to
ward. 'their number\ of !performers : r.I
I the
three and four, and are touring
W. M. Ferrcll and C. W. Griffin
: South in.vaudeville, putting on I
were among the crowd who took advantage comedies" and playletFI .
act dramas, :
of the cheap excursion rates I
: Both of these well known attractions
to visit Chattanooga: and be present I are to visit Kissinum-e: soon the 1.I F. I To be at our OTHER GOOD VALUES WILL BE IN THIS SALE Look for the .j,

-1 at the Confederate reunion. I Maddocks! Company of June.first appearingabout i store at eight "but won't say what they are; you watch the windows of price tag on .,:

J. W. Harris, of the Dutton-liarrit I the middle ; o'clock sharp our Dry Goods Department for Tuesday and Wednesday each garment ;
i in
Shoe Co., is spending: the week I A party consisting of Mike Crown, !, '

\lakeland, making final arrangements I superintendent of this division of the TUESDAYmorning BargainsKATZ or article. ..

for opening A branch house at that t A. C. L., Mr. Hardin, of the M. & O. will be This sale will ,;
place on the first of June. R- Strick Graham and W. C. Gilbert
It. the :
the be absolutely :
fishing on
has beer't I spent a few
The honor of our presence f\\
Wednesday, and returned to the cash-not hing
commencement ex- lake
at the -
ercises requested on June 4th, of the senior class. city with about 150 pounds of trout, 111 laid aside for :. :

for Women al t the launch "Mutt" being used for the to you one. '
at the Florida College
_ FLA.any
in Lake Tohopekaliga : ,
Tallahassee. It would please us ex- trip. ,
be on that occasion must be better sport than is usually
ceedingly to present
waters of other parts of JU'..' i
but necessity forces us to re found in ,.,'1 f,
life her I the State when such men as Messrs. ; )'
main in Kissimmee, although i 3
is somewhat tinctured with small bit I Crown and Hardin come more than a ;.,:I
hundred miles to indulge in that sport.
of sublime happiness.
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\ ; FRIDAY, MAY 3o, ( 1113.',
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1 DR. C. L. HYATT,
.UU OO HUOOU.o, +oO M+O> I matters by virtue of the Senatorial M I II I III II M Physician and .\
favor, when my recommendations, can Surgeon1'honee tp
t.' THEManhattan: I be nullified in specific cases by Senatorial -I : i Efficient S rrice '. Absolute Protection. ; *" .
IN WASHINGTON Office, 197 Kiasimme .. r
by -
prompted personal
Interference : ,
; :, I Res. 248'
whim. 0 Florid

+I ___ Hotel (Continued from page 2)) It was the understanding between I : ii , --; 1+no"o,
I i Senators\ Bryan and Fletcher and myself : 'Citizens Bank of Kissimmee ,

; I have M. RIVERS, M, D. Ii
Special Attention to mendations. I concede, as I have to, 1 that they would not anything : T. .
the Traveling Public'' his right to interfere because he 'illl i to do with' the appointment ofpostmasters ', PHYSICIAN 'and SURGEON
) I out tst
I could fight it
: constitutionally empowered to do. so;I ; I Office Osceola
; Pharmacy
Junt aero**.the. from 'k financial
square with RepresoniativcsSpiUkroanjria/ facility for conducting
';" I. : and aft lie has ss'umedth4:! respond every )1 Uesldence 63 DiNOTI
A., C U. -PHONES"'.
DepotKISSIMM.E.E. In two rases Senator
and Wilson r
J bility in two canes" he must, as far HHJ OtI08. 148L t

", ILA. t. ,I J am concerned, a nunu*' the reswnsi| Bryan' / has interfered, the one at Bar; matters in connection with the transaction of -

.------x.: : : .j i bilily in all cases. If he can stop my I tow' and, 1 the other at !Marlanna lie i.W" -

. I menat his good pleasure: h<" can also gives no reason to me for his action general Banking business. 1:1 WINN"s'V y xeglory

either L'i",' except,, that it will hint PHYSICIAN Ass
slop all of Sparkman's anti Clark'xAeting I in o
t.t.t. in /good faith an' th? nreenu'iit him' .political! if the men I tecotnmend: I Office 2nd Floor WillsonBulldlnj.KlMIUMKC.<< 10wo.1lahRBB'
Us f .
Telephone I wl1i it'll iiallv WIII "',>"(.issionon should' be appointedIf Travelers Cheques i payable anywhere OFKKK RltHlI.NCIC I'PUNKIi PHONIC, ,m . l InlO1i11 f
'pal.t. Senator 1'ivan cut in take a .notion 10 ernenerr '
the Senuloi'ii I letoinincndcd -
: !
For : Foreign Drafts direct reading ) .
he in-
1 I'd Lewis brother of II Lpwis.fOI' to into fete in t two i.ises. tan "
Tins I )
tiif\'i'i' in all tli if '"nll'up.' "
at m
itpjioinlmi as postnnthtiM I'
Bread, Cakes orPies t 'Ilal'lannn: and Hugh Wear) fur postmaster 1 plans nil in. a ,posiiion'1 that I will, notinipt Savings Department < paying 4 per cent. compounded I' PIIYSICIAt4Residence ylorld I..'''\'

i III I HartoNv I ".ml11"lltl",1, ,, tin I mane 'in a him h nn rt'ioni( quarterly > I Phone 274 c.n" '
I man> olhris but thesetwo did| not I"H'Million, really uu'lur- nothing Office Phone 98 Or 8P:1) -"'<

I I. tin'n.foil', hat I the I honor to in,' i Rooms :3 and 4
pleaseS:;('n.ifoi' Hivaii', f who' _lave: us Personal Attention : ItIC
r.iin, von I hal I will rO/1in., mvsi'Ifin I State Hank Hld'f( Kissimmee
his, tf.isoii for his, "It'lf''I'' ''(''' in t the1Lu Fla

: 'uu h a cuss that ,it t would hull millers t if pi,.lofhn.. appo'mtnientsto : : Electric Burgler Alarm

"f'n f oiinioii', as to i : J. W. SIMPSON ..
IITI' m'\prc..inn '
him |M>lilirall>' anil) nv" too, to give| |

I ( In, opposition piptis |Ilk<. the Tlltlt.-, who', would I". t |>,,,'f"111 Iht publnIIVKI : 1 I .
J. II. REED J If l' s,,'inim.. HIVIM" assumes .
t .. Prop. I Union and! the, I'en.arnln :\i\s-. jjoodj I

j I son to sa\' tout" t i'i'i, w.1* too, muchLcnir lii tin it'."I"'n"I, in. \two i' ises with : In Selecting Your Bankers Upstairs in Katz Building T" .0..

olhii', Iliu. hi-" own polltl\ II {l a. o 12 m. ...
i i I in the dim.USa. ff I idcril pal t mil giviii.' OP-KICK' HOURS : I r 1:30: .m-t .
ft-30p: "
I lonafre of Honda. if IIty.\ I.IMMhriitlni .' .d cell'ue a- tic "'asoii for his ob- ; Choose This Bank Telephone No. 7H Jun 6, lyrJ

r 1 ', Kd: should} l I.>< appointed! , post( "' ,lon loa .man I have itiommeided I'

.. If you want a master at Maiianna. while, Jw 1 and I II h.. mav a i- will i iis-unic it, in all cases I. f ---. J IR.) W. W. CARSON ,, '.,

will lliI ;indulge myself in the privi-- i I
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BARGAIN (very Jitllc I )
an for ""t'omm"'Hhlll" ind "niiiinir" "Icgi: .,..f f lomimiimating) mv views to I DENTIST---: ,itA[

',, '. i bw i<' of 1 Utter in the matter of ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER,
ORANGE GROVE | the appointm< nt of Ifa i\ :a ( ,11"0\ y',11 (Office over Cole's Jewelry Store

j of Internal KIMIIIIIS < ""I''llIlnll'n"i| | President Cashier Office Hours: 8-12, 1-6

I or land to grow :;<'natoi Hiin liil. i jot -ay ,That Uhi-nevii,. I may decide to avail Office phone I 168

I Ld: I I Leu 1_ was i rot .< lit itid'' 'oI i It 'mvs,..11'of the benefit of your (experi- I > I I I I H I I I > M I I I I I t I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I It I I I I I I I I MI Residence 23:

Oranges andGrapefruitNee iiin' and knowledge of public affairs I ias administered for extraction of teeth
good man,\" mentally. pn"

lilidillx I In'.nun.'ndcd" "Id; 1.-, n, flu disiharge of public duties with !
I 11..1.I I I I t I
I..I..I I K. (;. "C:.
\\ ..thou'I'I'"g, | '' / I I"I 101,.,,,0/1/" I ullll} ."i. ulnib I am constitutionally charged!, I I )

bother, , hr u .r I L< ".iu"< ni,.0/I'/ t IK. I..I, .Ili' I P 10111'''I' myself the pleasure of api DENTIST

BUCKELSLOUIS , ndni, of I Ihi. 'i sonal visit Classified Advertisements
him 'lump 1. .nu\ :if- OH-It" : ilM-R tis('Hil.A: PHARMACY

p.iln', ,, ,1' ,tin" ..illi.'i, '"I'I ill l Ihi ipit I ant "'m'losing in I this letter papers I I I
OflK-e Hours H 4:0x: ) to 12:00 Noon
,,,. iidud him pr'ttII'Inlr, to such its I have before
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1'I .hI- I iiinnii' '
o I
td.rrtlsemenla. are averted and rr thin' heal mt the rate of Mlre I 1 ::110( to 6:()K() T. M.
.mil tin i I.ik, with office.Respectfully __ _._ _
A. SEARSON -1'l' a<'tl\ .n hi non ml'lIl-i nul' your 4 rut* "I'rr Mac Mar I':arh la_.......

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H Hhen . . . . . . . - - , - - - - - . . . . . . . . . I
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT I'.oph' if .AI.iiInwa i: In hale him post :Signed;' : ('LAUIII'I.VNGiE.: :: (; i; 1 I-HHI\N AN I) HltllOBOM
I, (OU)I nE\'T:: 1 Flat I of four and
SALE. rooms
lIa, I, I I told, 1 :N.ualu, Ihyall I tinsn I'LI, I""II Hunk Building
AUDITOR \\ llavs \, .wis hen lak-t hath . modem. ,
I 1,1, 'hi "11 will not. do wnup 'iiinin i'o'I\'I'/lipl1t'cM.'
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11'1 j 1 ,, It wlII inj. Inv list cure. mil iitnipliMng bis o I In'.' 'n" *-; .I I -nud'r-:; 1 IIii! N.
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Commercial and Municipal AccountingIncorporated ''II k'uii"' ; top,1 IID. .it "I.dtlv"; tusSi2" ' 1-: in draft; 1'honi (offi,'(. <))7 or (M
education li\ liking! |past> tbi' ( on- lI..a lumonlv" 1 <'. !19-tf!)
I Re stand the Ii iI i-
cannot lit .
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,rU"nlnnal, 1 I.ib-a" inure t dahe
: a
At"< militant .nf (II InI i 'in' "I I I Ih. ho-tili uevi.paper.| I .
i llIp'lI"nl|I]|| 0 'Itbmgnew.i letms FOIL I nE\( :: I r :! 1'00'1') rotlage I". In mpert
I Inl'rnatllmal A('i'<>u nt"(int I halt: 11 i"i\\"'il on t 11I is Kind 1 1 of opn| ",.'it,ion :aid, hi .novel, htanl anybody I si\ mvthug s;, Saunders
li-n il 'e \dilition month
M I dollars .
tin 11,111 '
| | ix pel 1 A IAN- "' ' N II HAW ... ..
about too 1.\\- .a.'HAWHII
minv < s ihningpiiiniiv "
I ,. Ih fact t that tlll .i- the lust
1)1 Iniii t -pit. .
Sudety | tf ,
at 11; 'Id .hire :Nelson ( Jl tf .
t I tin, ". \: illi:in+ li\an!' was ever inli.list time, anti ,if Si.nator Hi v in -- ---;i/i - - Realty u o_. \ .\ \... ,\t :-. .\\ A.. < ( ) )

P, 0 lot 371 Man, Office .il in' my political WLlfurtjI thought there were too roan I I.iwi-is, )FOR I sAI Lt-. urn iiit-s, of good land IIWEI.J.I\tS:I I ; ; ; for nut, opply to :'It.
Al I 'I IDRM I I : l'SA'I'IAWOlti ;:
KISSIMMEE, FU, AUfNOAU, S C I recommended, Wear }because he mixing up in politics. when (he enrunning is III Noithwisl' Kissminiee' fronting: Tiller f
I I":ist on \'ie'" st, u'i', ll.t"bl U' for .-- -.- \
inmlith<> best showinj and stiutlvon against :All! Hlount hi 1 1'0'1 i ( m !'!; I I' < 0irn.. llnnk Mull'hitvKissimin ,
4 ( :M.iiia ultl\atcd fnl- to
small fiuils, vegetables, tyemr'il voice
him Ifl'as ,',
it strictly to (' Florida
his nH'rits. without stopping) tolonsidtr trucking, dairy or thicken farm If yield i piohtnUi, <'topllxn . ,
Ak aR.. .. rti.ak d. I' wis out nf the i dll..f intiI'ltois -- - -- - 1,
sold will, take $7r 0.Ou.huli ,
any obligation on my pall quuklj) > A
r M. TILLER -l : to lake tale of General I.a"ho of the pall lie,IK. .rs "caucus (loutpaled \\ is less than the city asset-set! al\\'a I I 11.I I I II i '11'.111:1; ; :i:. r"r
is 'm'II\lIIg' to keep|>
| | out N'alhaii:: Bryan a- tin hi'ii valuation I :. I I' Knhhs Kissimmee
applied for my endorsement! I Inemonths ; the) i"\<"H<'mi'ntI .
I'la.I 4ti" up
J Real Estate Agency. j ju I after Wear did. Senator to tli" Hiovvard:. follosving.. by whnhu AT'JI 1 ( ) :\'JoY-AT.J.AW: J. ",

Br 'antid, I could have WtaiIxiause ( lIOn the Browaid foi'11 s hind. upI I'OR SAL!F': -Four I J. W. 1.
................................ ) / not good mules' Olluc M.,etc I.aril linliinKKissimime! V
u I I" .h"oj'athan: and put him in the :Millti ItfI ____ ____ _____ ._ _.... .
he had to look out for General ; ';." : : : : :" : : : : :H: : : : : :' : :' :" : :" : : : : 1.
1* lon ia
l I haled States :Senate; toIn --,-- - .---. < 11
i ought
Realty bought and sold. i Law As the record now standsin Hays : .. - --- -

4 I Houses rented: (Ca \ the 1'0 lm\Hter (jeiieral's; office, pretty, good authority, when hi talks I'(( tit SALE, Hay saddle horse Apply :_: Are You LQoking :: ( ;JLO. 1 I'. I'XKkLK. 1I I,

Taxes paid and Titles verified 1 Weal's papers are the best and as ./.'"mum the pohtiial Honmition of the to L ( ; Vans Agncw: 22tt I: $ 1 1J J

for non-residents. Li: vans and the Lewises, .\ltoincy-al-Law.
II in the other case, Senator Bryan I I Ij
'. .*' Fire Life and Accident In- ', brinKs no charges) against Wear on Under I; the :onditions set forth (I'ITY 1 LilTS I ( for sale. lush or terrasMso For ; (ollerhon and Conveyancingpenalties .

,. SUrance. hni, I the lieu (d;. F. Y
account of his politics or against) his i i in now sato good patriot rung orange grove *..* j* :-' .

4 Indemnity Bonds. } of rioiida, that I will still do Talker. 2Uf
...' ; ;t lt.: capability All he says Is that he I I I II I Broadway.
--- --- --- -
--- ----- must take care of General Law. And everything possible to get good( progressive -
FOR SALE Five land in 'A t; ?
acres good .
Democrats to federal
served notice on me!' that he will use Select H.!> I
: t his constitutional In both offices, but that hereafter I will I'liicdale cleared arid plowed; 4- : :>: (G j. F. KRH11JS ".
:' power
Di?. WM HARPER'OSTEOP'ATH cases to make his. decision 'final .and i confine myself to my strict constitu- room house; fence etc. Sell out- A Choice Farm? '1i ' :Xi :: AtTORNEY; AT LAW KlSSIMMtE: ,, FLA
1 tional .contenting right or trade for city property A -..
myself -
"to' effective. I with power In each ,bargain. Box 172, Kissimmee! i i I": City Lots Near In :|;: Examination of Titles a Special
Right here where I scratch .because expressing my opinion
__._ -=---____ ) who it I best 22tfpolMISCELLANEOUS. :i N'otificutum: and paym..nt' taxes of
to the for : ::
I was powerless! against the will, .ISP as man City Lots Near the CityLimits $: lion-r1'Std' I'ntH given, careful'

'. STECIAL'ST' IN of Senator lirjan He has wiitten tli, of(fit o, but without going, beyond X:z.1.z-: ::: att<'nl ion.
CHRONIC DISEASED m\\' institutional to Kiomli' -
letters to people applying for his power A i --

t CONSULTATION/ EXAMINATION FREE letommi'ndation for Post isteiships .rid and mv niloi se'me'lit of an ap WADE, the 'uner. OrUmv. X Some Orange Land at a ::1 Y;}; AT JOHNSTON

f that the Senators would have nothingto pin" ant will, bear onlj sui'h weight as'' V t' ..5 I )

KISSIMMEE, FLA do with postmaster, appointments., i givin to u niembii of ('ongresh MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co., .__. Reasonable Price? y! A'JOHNEY-AT-LAW

11 TUESDAYS THURSDAYS SATURDAYS that it was by this, custom left to the whom the people of I have sent I and we will )Ret a drink of the hest ? :'i': 10-11 I Citizens Bank Building
r OFF CEo CENTRAL HOTEL soda water. made :Tttf X
Members of the House of Reprev up Inn .") represent thtmOn I Kiisimmee Florida

tatis lie has not objected to FOR RENT. :|? Ask :|;: __ u __. _
I PHONE :.>S6 ORLANDO FLA the principle that 1 cannot continue -
either recommendations that I ha\e y Inl'IN.MABHrY T. nTON WAKIOW
to tell what is what in Wash i Mrs. Summers '{1' I l-"'<- < ..u'.1| fr. Ju.lir. .'f the
made. So. it appeals to me that I I OK IUNT-Six-room: concrete bungalow '1' I Mfriil. It It l mm. Criminal Court
ingtoti unit MS I (continue to stay in 4}: SOg Pnfld A v. -
am being used as a convenience' by Summer rate (ij I L. Sawyer Y ',: AShhY & WAR1.0W
'' 1'XX"XXw".Qoo :11|
Washington) I will. use tills ot''usion'al1l ?
the Senator from Florida who No 4 Broadway. 21-tf ?
junior .
: ..
S.H.BUftOCKREAL take this opportunity of thank- I : : :>o"---. : : ; j ATTORNEYS
makes his word )go about postmasterswhen
Iing, the Legislature of Florida for FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story AT LAW
it suits him without giving
) any ;I pi'kinjme/ out a nice district to win I store building on Brack St., North, I'.a"",,, in all the C;urt. of the I'ta'end of
other than political reasons and who : time (lnlu-l States. .h.! .
Kissimmee. II. C. U.for.
Stanford--29-tt Wooster > the Horld. Railroad -
I lets the in when they divided the State into Summer School <..>....,.Iooon., and time In"'rou.te.omm.rM" .
ESTATE me assume responsibility dmmliulunII .

....................... I when it also suits him' font districts' them! I June 23 WOOSTER, OHIO August 15 .II < MAKl.UTOK. Bl,IKJ. ORLANDO. FLA.
looking over the returns of L.- I
---.J.JI l 34 I
I If Senator Bryan tan stop the yr
INSURANCE I ap- The largest school in
a" i late primary, I lind that I tarried the state.
pointment of Ed Lewis and Hugh I have the i Work for all NIJlnJOHNSON:
I : every lounty in the new district ex- ,: no matter who or what. 1.1\
Ware, good progressive )),'moeratsret'olllmendLtI renting of the, ,
) ) ) May not be the
: best
taro wide but good I
bv good, majorities I ATTORNEY
Examination of Titles AM CoUNShLLOR AT LAW
a by me, he can also I .handsomemm and growing better
4; 'lay the sweet and flattering unction ){ Does not knowingly Will
: stop good reactionaries recommended WII.I.SII='i 'K BUILDING '. Practice m all Courts
: to my soul that I did not carrythese'' respond to encores when it I State and Federal
Specialty. ''by Sparkman and ('lark. So, I will onDarlington makes mistakes The
I counties because I did, not have rainbow comes lime adjoining Broadway
let him have all the credit instead of ai, Avenue I
I down in Wooster 1194 l Citizens, Hank
" chance to get them in for a canvas. '' students lastsumml'r. : Kls imm T
' .1 Corresoondence Solicited. I the he ehoso i which contains.
S5! instructors
; ( I believe that f can St. Johns! : 221: :! classes
.i I'I'1' Here Is a copy of my letter to the carry two store roomson daily. Eighth
\ 1 I and Osieola when I get to the people I grade to postgraduate -
u - Postmaster (:Icneral1'ostmaster : first floor A school of
'I: I | luring) in them, and I will surely get inspiration and] help
General and threeapartments fulness Sprigg Fleming
''II'' them next time. catalog today.
Washington/ I II. fI on Mention this .
sI i I kinder wish, though, that when paperJ.
.J I : C.W.GR1FF1NStaple I'Constitutional Sir: Senators have the right/ by i| they were t fixing up this) district that | second floor. H. ))DickaMon |Prin. Woonter, Ohio. I CLEANING t i

provision to advise the Rent is' reasonable Location in center -
; .:f ; I they had named mine the First Disi 19.4t gr I PRESSING
I! President about federal offices The of business
: and FancyGROERIES i trio\ instead of the Fourth. But this DYEING nd
I Constitution does not put this obligation I
S) d r I is only sentiment and even in this I ;
r I on Representatives. Custom, Mrs. E. E. Wells REPAIRINGLeave
am comforted by glittering promisesheld
by virtue of the concession of the Real'Estate
and -
Insurance --
; I out In the best of all (books, that -

,'ilt'. i Senators, has recognized) the recom- the first shall be last and the last I 203 Broadway Phone 272 J. \V. T ]11 Onl I p--U: II word. pt my house Hud clothe .
\ 0 0 mendation of the
'\ Representativesfor will be
I celled)
" : shall be first. --- - for returned.
l_ F
I'' ,;.;\ Free Delivery to all Parts postofflees But as "the Lord FUNERAL DIRECTORand .
giveth and the Lord taketh
away, I- Satisfaction GuaranteedLouis
:/ oftbe City so also can a Senator concede andretede II
I -: I II.
to.Ii representativeIn .
\ (i I. "i'
I the interest of good government, LICENSED EMBALMER
\, ., I at the sacrifice of j ALLTAMPA STORES .
am willing my i Opposite Darring
,\ +++I+++!+I-1''+IHPEI +++++++ + Courthouse
official pride and dignity, to be the

1 'I THE f beneficiary of Senatorial charity; but, 4.:. Close at 12 o'clock every Thursday during KIS8IMMEE. FLORIDA. 201A Morris Aye., Birmingham, Ala.

GRAYSTONE when an understanding is made by : x: JUNE JULY and AUGUST. Branch of Darring Bros. ilk Co.

' I'\ -*' i which the Senatorial largess is dispensed I ;1' New Orleans La.

t ; 0 to an humble Representative, I i "Try Trading in Tampa"
Ml HI run
P. H. laNalN"
", it should hold good in all cases I am R. B. WOODHA- Want FLORIDA LETTUCECELERY

2.60 to 3.60 peday. i willing to do everything In the service
; f Ready to time
'. serve you any except JENKINS WOODHAM Strawberries
a Special by week or month. :I: of the people except to make myself I 4 Thursday afternoon VegetablesIf '

t L V. nUIMil, tin H L:WITH, Up.i I ridiculous. This I would certainly do SURVKYORSKisaimmee 'I
; :I: prices right, will buy carlots.
uoooooo 0 UtOO +H 00000 000 au OOOOUO I
if I continued to recommend' postI ?ilo 0 0 tt o. Ref. 1st Natl.
; IJ + ++++++-H++++m111 I I + I I : Bk., Birmingham, Ala
I Florida, City Bk. &Trust Co.,New Orl* LA.

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\ ._ ' PRI J IPAY, MAY 3D, 1113. Y 'I(,''jr.7'. IN yo "
1 : rI'I f
; TO'', CONTRA 7I'ORZ e .e eoeoeo'eo: 1 ff--i ;t .

fTa/eojrCountyowtltreo.tty l on. e scar'and.. Jasper Bronson appearedwith 00000..0..0..0..0..
If 'e "one of the finest" strings of, fish /l,1\ f
.. 1.ko:,J VcJommodatlon, of tho oounty BRONSONVILLE O we had seen for some time, 'anti') oh 1 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 0 --d'.' u

>lido aop:pie:. tettrlag to make a, tid on said Mr.. Editor, If you could have been\ 4 PRESS' DEDARTMENT.. d
full 44.444.
.. can get particulars from
4 4
oVerstreet. of the Court with us at supper that night and
_."Ltld. to ,be In by th Tflrst MondayS :, accompanied by Lonnie Bron- breakfast next morning you would 00000. ., to OOO . !OU..ot.....
Commissioners "
Ii afpt"1o: accept or reject any ortill son (one of the'fpundgrs of 'Bronson. have certainly enjoyed it-game fish, Wanted-Local Christian Endeavor

t t Is 'J. I I:.. OVmRST mmT. ville) with the old gray mire In front, eggs', milk, ice cream and so many news-items: from Kissimmee. ,"

,.It Clerk visited your city on Saturday last. An other good things all gathered jip. In Plans for Los Angeles gro forward

I "ot14'l0 FOR PUBLICATION.' : occasional visitor can more readily one article' makes Rex believe he'd nicely.< We ..leaveJacksonville'_ at 9 ,

lJep. ..e.t. .t .. I.terl_. notice the. improvements, than those like to stay on Johnson's Island and p. m. Get to Birmingham about noon 'fI
I'. s! .L... .o'8.a. I.e.vllls. who the next day, There have I 'f
are on" the-everyoday really feel a little for those who we a brief 'I '
wf'khlof sorry
1O .
1 FlorUa. May l la. : .
NOTICE Is oil that LTMAN Kissimmee's growth, and we saw ive- ;Jtev Invaded our territory.. top and transfer with nor extra charge ,1''

76 ?" !.:. who: November". Orange 24 Center, 1(11 many new things which had not been The seining on the lake' appears 'to from our sleeper on the Limited.Seminole '

1"jorl" .(}riioincstead' Kntry., Serial Ut.ft previously noticed. During our stay jue a source of profit to those to the Southern delegation one; 1.1jJ

Tills' i NV4 of BW *. Section H.To''n.I111' we were the guests of lulge. Recent from that on same train. The sleeper expense
; 24 South. Rang- SH Blast. Tal- Newberry Floyd reports mak.1
h haShaa..., Mcrldlajl.make Commutation has filed notice oftooleeiabII and hiq charming wife, and a splen- ion say that our fishermen are for the entire out-going trip is probably I., ,t I

lD* ,to li claim to the land above did dinner to which we did ample ing splendid catches. about $14 for the lower berth. "rs" ,

4..rrlh' d hefnre* the Clerk of tho Clr- justice constituted of Mr. Will Lanier and wife Two friends might divide this expenseif '
",[ii i at Klsslmmee. Florida on one the agree- were callers t-i f.
.011 the 1 18th,, ,\|,n\,mimes, of June as wit np."PII. able features during our entertain- nad Wesley Clark and boys madeus they so planned. ,At St. Louis

CI,11..,:"?"",, ,,1.1 MuiiKcr. of Orange Center ment. Fifty pounds of i'e. pineapple, a short visit; the latter were cow- where most of Saturday is spent : '

Florid l-'lorlda.John' A. Hewlns.James W of Basenof strawberry and banana flavorings hunting. there is a chance for sightseeing.That I ,

Ont"Or niter. Florida; William A. constituted Now night the run is via the Chicago Summer Citrus 1
*"""- iiranKe Center Florida.HENItY a part of our return load, quit fretting about the lengthof Fertilizing +;

81'. S. CHIJBH.l ) and we arrived at headquarters well this article. Rex just wants to / and Alton route reaching Kansas r
)tegletern City early Sunday wheredelegates Practically growers agree that the "Fruit & Vine" type fer. ' :'
11 pleased- with visit tell the that Mrs. and _morning, :
our and public Bronson
'la, a tilicer makes the most desirable sited fruit and (?ive. it the finest I I';
1'1' : TO ( nKIMTOIt! wearied by the return trip. one of her brothers has gone to Campbell can attend church services flavor and highest quality Hut there is a wide difference in opinionas ;,S,

I. /'flrt of the C..utr Judah "..te After breakfast Sunday morning' Station after some /goods.Oh as Endpavorers should. Late Sunday to what materials this fertilizer should be made from. This II due )'1 f

of'lurid... ( t ""D'", the freezer was put if). motion and But hold just a moment--our I night our car is attached to the "Calif largely to local conditions character of soil etc. "' t'

: i,0/| of I.'HANK'II.GO"- the little putty assembled partook of f first melon has just come in ; it was fornia Fast Mail" of the Santa Fe I To meet these' different requirements, we have prepared "evendifferent : t i
r "Fruit & Vine" fertilizers in six different analyses; some "
Tn .11 < rrUllorn. I............. Illntrlltii- some of the finest icd cream it has about a Iti-pounder extra superfine 'I railroad which will carry us over rock- based on "animal" (for organic) material! some on "chemical" (or 1 'I,

....,.. and! "M IVraoBH kutlnit Claims ever been our good fortune to indulgein. \ and there's a lot more behind or in ballasted, oil sprinkled tracks, safe- inorganic) materiali, and some combining the best qualities of both. \

"r l HKBlnnl .101 Knlnlrtmil Purr, milk and fresh eggs, withthree I front of it. I don't know which. guarded by block] signals/ to our des- ' Our free booklet "Armour Frrtiliaers"' \ contains a full descrip- ; t 1,

.-ftrh of you ar. 'hereby.wd t kinds of flavoring in makeup I REX. tination. Los Angeles will he reached lion of these different brands and a diacuxsinn of tbe merits of the J :
iiMulri-il to itri-ni-iit any one different material. Have you got your copy fR r
: early Wednesday morning July 9th
;:I tml .1 1'1"I1n ," s t >r Lou. limy havi' iiKalunt the them l b. -:-:-:-:-:-:->-:-:-:.:..: : :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:...--X1 -:-> in time to get located visit the Flor-
i l'innkVlliox., li-ri-iiMi'd. late ever so particular.The FLORIDA ; :
., .In" I Bounty I l-'ltirlda, lo tin unxfiitorH weather is a ]little warm hut 0 ida headquarters booth and register I I Agent, i-
i.d ,d I .' of Haiti rtituitt. 1-> :'Ii .\I ( OOSS EE ITEMS: ? before the op..ninjlRervice that even- j
a IN ''i 'its I h.- .f ; as wt- hove had a number nf fine showers \
M ',1" .\ I II lain! : : 1-- 4 ing. It has been suggested that we j Armour Fertilizer Works, Jacksonville, Fla. ,:
I during the past I two weeks and the I
I K \\ WII.CciX 1
IIV \VILATOXM are in fine : -:-:-:-:-:--:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-r carry lunch from home to last till '

___ __ __._ crops condition we can a. ; 1
0- is reached. The estimated -
II. G.Mt': ndenhall Birmingham .
bear without fault-finding slight piano agentTor / ::
"II< i : 1..11'1111.1'\ \ IION.I Fertilizers. ,
discomfort that I.//. W. Prc'titis, Kissimmee spent two, expense of meals on the outgoing Armour "tiTHE
I". ,.nr1inrnl of the .Interior. i warm days produce.'t'he "
1 I (Jays with us. trip is about five dollars. From 1 J' :
t Lund lirilf Ml < .In..IlIo. coin i I" in -ilk and tassel and/ i

I'lorlde. \118' 11. IHIa.I : it is expected the crop will lie a fine I Will.Itnt: ,d"'a. nurseryman for Kansas City the plans! are made to !
.h I< I.-In UU" II III.11 It'll'!ItI t tI use the )Fred Harvey lunch rooms en- '
I I I"f SI <'I."d I Kl'Mlflll w .his. one.' The watermelon has not yet put the Narcoossee., has started bud iI
M ? I'HI I odd. Holm Mi ml KliNo : 1 II" ding his trees. :Mr. I Pollardof route. Our Passenger/ agent S. C.e .
its lint young '
appearance tomatoes are '
.. -
" ol I."IB 2
; for SS {
.,1 S.i I 24 andi'-h i.f NKV4; I Si i .abundant and while we have the red Frost (Proof is a"sistinhim./ The e: Baird, of Jocksonville 27 Hogan St., -
'l'w. nnlilii :II} S.Mitli. H.inu. 34 I ;
I'.lUllhUHKfl'\ 11, "Ildinn hue III.ot .-d! bi-autirs tff "sn-tiHn u, accompanied nursery i i- in a flourishing conditionF. "
,' hit .-nllon. to 11111\<.- I'oniiiiut.tini.f -I. '
by fresh eggs in abundance and l plentyof W. Hill left Saturday for Chattanooga .
I""r l.i inlHlillnh' l.ilin) to Hi".i."v 'I
retary, please. Later on we will give H. G. SIEVER .
il.-xi-i thi-il. h. for Ih.- I'l.rk' milk we can do veiy well in the Tenn. on an excursion. 1 :
: I'oiirt nt iHHlmiiK i- ,
I i. OIM nit more minute particulars regarding
I I. on. Ih. Jiiil dun nf .IvilN.' 1 I'1,1 i way of delicacies. and then there. isconsidciable K. Y. Walden of Waycross, Ja. I ,
Imdul llltllll-H Mttll'HHI-H the homeward trip via Chicago/ and
\ i I. HoWMKl! ) "f AluiT. Klorl I on which home sight-seeing stops in ;
r ,1 I Mi hiilsitn of .\1"'I. Klotlilll. Keedy Creek which, furnishes. fine.specimens
!l.niiKlilln. .if .MKIT. Florida' River and :Miami districts spenseveial t the mountain will be include .It :
alto) I'.i'lK-tl.' of .\1M' r. FlorliluilKNltv of the( finny tribe. Hex is f with The meting I scenery '
I I ; s riu.'mHIHI *. days us. s' The .Alabama] Transportationmanager 1 Prairie Land Orange Groves High Hammock Lands ; 5 I
Itegleler. I just simply eating drinking and hemming I wer,>'l lamely, I attended I and miicn in. I .
Mr. F. F. Ballard, of Bir- : ,
-- - merry. and fat. I''.',must shown I Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms .t
mngham, has in. his write-up of itinerary -
i I Mr Owen Lanier brother, of our I ,
\ : UI' SHIIIH04LK: :Mr and :Mrs' John TISOM .Ii of 1., for the press mentioned that Florida -

M.I.IKiM I IT M\V '. .:-Jt-l; : esteemed hostess, is our nearest neighbor / I Ashton. made a visit. to her patents, C. K: Union workers were invit- 2.000 acre Stock Ranch will exchange half value
n. ,in Ii., I' l L\ KI\ "lhnl.l\111 \ Irt. in- I and a frequent. ( visitor. Owen i is I f l
,, . of the :\11and Mrs[ Rot"rt Kvans.Narcoossee L-d., Are to these ,
i in x. < iitton IHHUI-I out we going/ disappoint for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:- ;
slit I'olllt of IMC.'llla Count ) Stll* a prince of good fellows, and we are
< ) I
I is adly in need of a friends in the number of delegatesfor
.f 1'lo'rlila.' and in m<- dlr .1 \ .'ro.d. 1 tun.' "levied upon and will I always /glad to see come butcher shop--a grand opening fOI'some the special Southern through-
..11 at pulill<- outrrtduring the leRBlMiurs words of /good cheer makes him one Orange Groves all sizes and prices ::
; nt ;millHI the front door of the I one. roach?! The round fare is $8h60: from
burl House of said. County. In Klmilmii.e of our most agreeable/ visitors.
""orlI,.. on the Z3rd day of June The question of superiority :Miss Bessie Guy is spending the Jacksonville not including sleeper and
A r) 191S. the following.\ personal prop- among KISSIMMEE \ !
other expenses. The entire trip sure- FLORIDA
week with Miss Mattie Tison.
rt )' ti-wit the feathered tribe is settled. The ;
4 'Ketye H J Tobacco I Ketys l.lbrty ly could be made for about $125, but 1 mo
bell 4 flub No More. 24V4 Hals. question of supremacy for the Democratic Miss Emma lison returned home ..
syrup 6 Pat. oil Cans. S Tins Tampa one should if possible, count on extra
i, Coffer. rooster contest was finally from school at St. Petersburg Mon-
Queen; i-offew.: 30 cans Cracker Boy in the "chance of life-time"
6 Cracker Boy Coffee2; -s. of the expense a .
Cane ended by the untimely death day. t
Van Camps Soup 6 Royal Palm Cof- side-rips 6n the home. We will
Tee 4 dos Syrup. S doi. cana Smoked red rooster. This leaves his opponentthe Edward iorsuch, of Bethany, Ohio way ,
Plums. I loa cans Corn. get into Jacksonville probably about
Beef. 12 cans
< cans tripe,, 160 gal barrel VlneKar I supreme master of Bronsonville is visiting his nephew, O. E. Mitzel. 'y' ,

Iced Cider 3 y do.5 sliced Corn 5 Hi-cf.dom 2 Soup do.. fowl yard, and the Democratic rooster :Mr. Arthur Meeker employed at July 26th; gone 23 days. .'
12 Peachvs.
I In..ert cans PnwdiT. II I'kKS Poultry Fond I by right/ and title. the new saw mill has leased the cottage Miss Elsa] Reinochl, formerly a leader ,
2 (OsrvInK Sets. 6 pkus Tea. 6 Jam Jam. of the Starke society and I "
: dna Milk 6 ran. Mince Meat 6 (ut- Cow hunting is tho order of the / at Runnymede and expects his secre- a ,-
nup B HasH. I dos Surrotash., 4 tax I farriily to arrive about June 1st. tary for North-Central district, is "1 ,
Mon llornliiv; rann Sourkraut. IS ';, day. and the woods and fields of Johnson's {
Tea. 1" jllr.. I Two colored arrested Sat for the summer located with other
"k" IJi.ton'H SI11iAflmi. I| men were
1 Island is the of deal of
,,7, ilo7. Peanut HHII.-I. scene a !
members of their much-C E.
M.-at" 2" / /
." .p.'imiiuil.\ |iro-. "l I' l I" Inn. Hind. IiH4tlNf I 01 h." should take waYnmg. I at I4l! Phelps street Jacksonville.We .' STOCKPLAMEIIS
til HllllCounts
> I* Judgment llljlllllH-ll :Mr. Alfred I Branson has I been : '
Court Ii1'alera & Cnrmm II lror.rv on I Ir Ill: II. (Hull having moved his sawmill would lie glad if the Endeavor J
Coml) ny.' a corporation.\ VB the lake for the last two weeks fishing friends of the city would help her IllCHAXVH !NTKMTCMKHH FEED5 i; :
\V, .IVnn In the amount ol'r is running again op full time.R.Cadman's or- .
< !l'org i- M \ SK1.F KKKD RI
1121 Lfo5 and costs of Court and onsiunrtiT ,t with the Nortons, but his good house is undergoing ganize a society. in the Presbyterian TOW 1C H K.IXilCIlS Till MM
this eit.Tiillon. A. I', la y.-tMrs" Bronson) is in every way church of Springfield auberb if it has
Hated this 17tli ,day. of Way alterations and decoration.Dan PERKINS' SI1INULK MACIUMOHV.ENUINKS r
'il1. qualifi'l'd't.o' hold the fort during his not already 'been accomplished. .... '
.I' I.. It. J IRAM Sheriff Barber of Kissimmee Park up to 4O SAWMILLS ;
,.- absence and with three such boys as spent Sunday'with us. .' , ". Dr. Clark has written another book, BOILERS up 1o 40 .. alight ..d Heavy i r

"nrtl t'I'U ... i.onnie, Oscar and Jasper, outside R. A. I.udlam'; C'ount.y' surveyor of. "Old Homes for New,Americans," telling SAWDUST CONVKVOItS SLAV CANVI3VOH9GASOLINH '( '
\.i\-Itl'illt\I': 118.I'U''I.: : work} as well inside work ENGINES 8TKAM
a. goes on I Kissimmi'e." did some surveying for J. I in his graphic style of the life FEEDS
.... Judl.-UI I Ir- V Mtli the same tegularity duringus LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS
1h /
In 'hr I Ir.-iill 1 .1. across! the waters of the people who, "
.ill. .lli .. "I l-lorliln.I II.'toin, I o...- (I' Tison Saturday. j niSSTOX! HAWS ,
; In I bnnrrrj olltlnu. presence among us. 1 .1 ( !Davis and I'. K: Buckley, of | in such numbers, come to America as'' SAW IIITX for all mskrs at saws

,nn.ljll, 1"1'1.1"1. | VI- The thermometer stands at HI de-) i ILiiiisoii.. (Ohio) , returned I last week to :I I Ii immigrants. It i iv a very valuable] 8RAF-TINO niIKV.1 IIOXKS I'

'I I .mil Mill I lldn' hd.1; i, I'1 .I":.,'"+' t frees. but the heat does not appear I j jxcessive i the null\ j book for even those not Endeavorlovers DF.I.TINH. 4
: I : .'I'1.1 :iiilnlilx: , Hill " I I new saw | i KradVB-mrdlam to best ,l
I ,1,,,,i t II1)l '1".1.' *' as a cool wind l prevails which 1' alto, Tison: ,is shipping' fish to Kisimmcc of its author. Price is $ I.<;2from LOG CIIAINM 'ANT HOOK' TONGS

Itrdrr. nt 1..IIo.n..n.. gels as a moderatoi., -' quite .....gulal.II. lloughton, :Mifflin Company, 4 i EV .: ltVTIIIKOIl Til.: ,' ,4
. a''bin ii-i"' 'I SAWMILL ;
1 I I. f ".I.\I.I
I I. Jp"III", !I.% aflld.iMt. mini ad I" The turpentine man has not yet invaded V. llerrin, and wife spent. Tuesila Park street' Boston. '
bin\ I of ., .l.ili.i., Ill. dlii t Ih. aI! "." , the Mrs. 'ounJ-h..a.t-1 I Write for h I iniiHi- Ih.-il| Ih.' d...fTid..iitHf our territory! and round l \ III Kissimmee' on business. (C. S. Ilaney the j Prices r,

huK.. .II, ,,,,,! I-. ., a Foil Inn I t limber bus a wholesome appearance, I I Mr ( F Collier left Friday night cd C. E. and t..mpl'l'a'1I'eVoker of I ,
14taleM I
of II'1' '
.If. an-and nou that-l -Hld'their renld" ."nllnl\ a11- There are a number, of cypres.sgroves I I for I.aurens., S. ( '. :Mr Collier accompanied Stuart Southwestern district was 7H: p4 -S

InU' 46 yiici-n VI.Il lirlt $tl "' I. I;::; in different, of the island old May 1st. That afternoon 1
In1,,, SV F.liKlaliil:: ; thai;: Bald' ; d"f.: ,'id- I I I parts them as far as Jacksonville. years p

aura: ) r<; each:: anI n-i I I h.-Its.' h.l.l.-i. :"F.: "B' "21 V' ,.n'' "land ;\- !' 'und we I believe\ !hat the time will come Mi's; ;Mattie Johnson has returned members of the society invited her out 1

valid thnt record Ih.-y title to tin- tracts of III lid ,I the cry will be "watch Johnson's island fi oni a visit at Shingle Creek. for a sail on the river and lunch in

in Bald l bill dt-Btrllx-d ordered 'that th,,. altldherd /grow" We have room in abundance :Miss ;Minnie[ Rogers of Kissimmee their home and that evening when
It Is therefore
-...'el di'I,. a I- iind fertile] land and expecting to spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. G. she went as usual to choir practice, \ '

,t ; : : :I'it'; I "llIa\\|\ |pi-ar ,,to. tin discover deposits of phosphate ; the F. Krihbs. !she was astonished to find that Chris- ,
c .. ..
lithe hi .
theafirnlllMundIii. day :--x-:+. -<-:-:-:-:-. :-: .- ------ '
oC'I" h..fon' A. I D. 1913. "IhcrwlMe the surface indications in localities ap- I R DeWitt Brown of Kissimmee tian )Endeavor hall was in festive ar- -"-:-:--'-:-:"'
all"Jfalioll" uf Bald hili "C einipln the ..Hnld lnl pearing to warrant thj.s supposition dealer in musical! instruments was ray. A nice program/ had been prepa..ed. ' ; ,
.. h
..C""d )
will h. taken RII
d"C'nlla..l" and why not? We are favorably located in lownIonday.: ,_ refreshments were served, and I 1
II I. further ordered that ...onI I have all the necessary arguments ,\ car load of mules has arrived for then Mrs. Ilaney made a fitting thank- CONSOLIDATED tI

aerutlvee wte knonceIn theeKlnlnlmmell V..Ii to show what could be done if thenew aw mill.C. you address for this surprise social

:l i y (Iltx.In'tle the, a nald weekly eu!'"I''e:: \ : ..publlehed ofM"y a trial was. made, and we only need O. Iassiter and family returned I and gifts presented her by the co- I-

hone, A. and II 1913.ordered\VII..18 lhle. the 22 day Seal of some one to make these arguments homo Wednesday from Kissimmee. workers for the occasion. !;

the said Court: convincing, a'nd population and prosperity The State secretary issued a circular TITLE CO.
.I I. ( VKK8TIUaBy.
G F KK.IUHS. Clerk, frnU<.rt CIr will be in our midst. 1 (.I'l.F ATLANTIC:; LINE letter last week calling atten-
Solicitor for it-si Whittier still has its O. I. C., and tion to the hasty decision made in the /

I'ornplaliianl___ it's just good sensible correspondence I Via Lake Okvechobee and the Ever Winter Park convention of reducing I MAKES ABSTRACTS AND GUARANTEES TITLES
even if unintentional misapplication glades.Go annual assessments of members in

the undersigned, agree to close of the spelling book is indulged Young People's societies, from 25 to Special attention given SubDivi.ion.and Colonization

our places of business at 12 o'clock in. ; by boat down the Kisimmee 15 cents per year. After conferring Propositions.

( noon) on Thursdays during the Our R. F. D. No. 1 is recognized as River through Lake Okeechobee and I with President Wyandt and other im- it Offices in Oaceola DeSoto and lee Counties. r

months of June July and August.R. one of the best conducted routes i in, the Everglades to either Fort Myers portant leaders it was decided to in ,

S. FLOYDG. in the service. The gentleman who, on the Gulf or Fort Lauderdale on 'this way ask the workers to notify ft Our Abstracts are the. Most Complete to be Obtained

TAYLOR has charge of it is prompt and accurate East ('oa t. This is the finest inland State Treasurer Geo. Cavanagh Box I ;,

C. W. GRIFFIN in the discharge of his duties water trip in the world. Nowhere i in 1, 775, Tampa if their individual :: +-"- +++++

THE WATERS & CARSON accommodating/ the limit of thelaw America can wild bird and game\ life 1 cieties approved of this change/ so-\j i1 S

GROCERY CO. combined with a gentlemanly he viewed in such abundance. Write giving to our State work. Probably I : OFFICERS ..I

DANN & DANN GRO. CO. deportment which causes his patrons, or wire Menge Bros.! Fort Myers, foi not more than half the societies in fl' .

C. F. DIBBLE & SONJ. to congratulate each other on their; reservations. 23ti: f the Union were represented in the last'I;! ; P. A. VANS AGNEW. President -

I. POWERSJ. 'good fortune in securing one so wellworthy I -- -- -- -- annual convention so should have a : : LEWIS O'BRYAN. Vice-Pre:>idenl .}

M. (.TES: of the trust reposed in him, '! There's a beautiful statue in ever y chance to express their views on this I -

The free delivery was a grand concep-I I block of marble but only a* expert t important subject. [In other Southern W. B. CRAWFORD. Secy.-Treai. ,

NOTICE.The tion ; it produces an everyday mail' I sculptor can make it come out.e states the Endeavorera are now

examination among a class of people who have giving bountifully and prospering in I 44444444
regular heretofore been compelled to wait the same ratio in their state unions. 1 1I k
will be held the Court House on
at I
sometimes two or perhaps three week GRACE A. TOWNSEND. Directors in Osceola. DeSoto and Lee Counties. 1m
Tuesday, June the 3rd 1913, beginning t Malaria or Chills & Fevei r
will before receiving letters on account o r:
at 9:00 A. M. Applicants J
provide themselves with pen ink and their distance from a postoffice. Prescription No. 868 is prepared especially y An Ohio man boasts of having an ** ttooOooo.oooo

Bronson and Owen Laniei r for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER umbrella
fee Lonnie that has been in his poses-
examination (
legal cap paper, also Fir or six dose will break case, sn
any .
of One Dollar. have just come in from a cow-hunl t if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no sion for more than twenty years. LEWIS O'BRYAH, Ku h,.e., General) Mu f... ".

W. J. SEARS, with. several very likely looking; bo- return. It acts on the liver better thai That's long enough; he ought to return -

tlt Sttpsrintandenfeseoeteeo vines. But Boon after their return", Calomel and does not (rip*or sicken. 25.C it. mMmmmmmmtt;:tl:::::::::::::::::: ::::. ;



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'Griffin, H. M.. Breaker, C,' U Bandy, HEED THE WARNING =====

Ditching Proceedingswof and E. L: Lesley j said committee to
work In conjunction with City Attorney I

''I t the City Council and Engineer. Many KUsimmee People Have Done Early Fruit

t Some'I! Mrs. M, C. Blanchard asked that So. t

Council relieve her of part of taxes .

-<-'._ .' I j. Klaelmmee.Fla-; ., Mayo 3, 1913. assessed against her!. for.1912; /on motion . When the ,kidneys are weak ,they j. Brings Good IVfoney
; -+- on same was deferred'tJending give unmistakable warnings that
Council meet in regular Session
I fdvicefrom City Atty. should not be ignored. By examin- I
J: They dug a ditch around our town'jjJ there being present J. W. Thompson "
; Mr.. S. B. Aultman asked that the ing the urine and treating the kidneys

: ;;"" To_carry.: off..the-water, ,-_, _ Pres., L.' II. Cohoon, T. M. Rivers, Osborne. & JD'NeaL'jL addition n uponlhejir8t! sign! pf disorder many
; ---. They paid a plenty for the job 'member of Council;,W.; B.: Crawford;
be opened up, adjoining his property days of suffering may be feared. Weak Fertilize for Early
and J. R. Gilbert Maturity
Then what the -'II the 'matter? ,City Attorney, On motion same was referred to kidneys usually expell a dark ill-smell
Clerk. '
/, -+- Street Committee.The ing urine, full of "brickdust" sediment
The minutes of the last meeting .
City Engineer filed report of and painful in passage. Sluggish kidneys -
: ONLY THAT WE SELL were read and approved reports of .
completed sidewalks which was accepted often cause a dull pain 'in the Ideal 1 Formulas
salt meat _.____ 15c officers were examined and approved;
nnn small of the back headaches
and dizzy
\ resolution notifying property ,_
Cloverbloom Butter __u:____,._ 40c ,bills were approved and ordered paidas owners was introduced and spells) tired: languid feelings and frequent 'j 1
follows: Ideal Methods
Best Cream Cheese___;_ _ _____ 20c W' Lilly, sal in mayor _$ 30 00 unanimously pashed and Ram.'as I ) rheumatic twinges
'; Best Smoked Bacon ___ 18c //.1.i V. TlMon, 8al.I HH marshal 76 00 ordered published for one wcxk i in )Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kidneys -
uuu __ !
A Lancaster mttl 60 00IJ
an pollcu
city ', onlv'. There is no better recommended Ideal Results
3 cans Vcribest Sausage __ 25c /. Holie rHon, mil nM troniiurci 26 011 pa pci
uu '1 It <:il) >*,Tl, sal. I as clerk 75 00 There heinjr no further bustne-I the II lempiivrtissmunee .
3 cans Veribcst C, U Hash __ 25c Jo: A CHI., rt, mil UK It C BO 00
n Vans \Know" A I'rawford sal IIH tonucil adjourned to meet in tecruluradjoui !people endorse. Dean's
/ Allc _ _ 25 00J ) j i
1 No 1 Pork & Beans 25c l'll\ >lliH
cans 'neil session :\ : 12
---- I ,1 I \V TlmmpHori, Hill, memherof fol1larI..y Kidney ]Pills

2 cans No. 2 Pork & Beans ____ 25c, Cuunc. _- ____ ..uu... 2011 19U: at 7:10:: p, m. .1.I E. Bass, Kissimince, Fla, says: WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER .
1 L II Cohoon, sal as m mboiif
I 3 cans Veiibrst soup 25c1 I Cumuli ,,_ _-__u_ 2 00 J. W THOMPSON. "I I had kidney trouble for sometime o*
.hUU T :M ,livers. ..I.) member
.1. R, GiLBER'f;[ I'll.,. surTeinii IDEAL FERTILIZERS
'oul 'II 1 Oil jnt..nselyfrom
10-tb pail Cotlolene __ ._ ._.1.35 of ( ( ..
t j ji .V :s c.lllieit l HilI) UK 'menlet)
(C'lI'rkIonda lam' and aching hack. Doan's) > Kidney JACHSONVM.I.K, FLA
10-tb pail IlakewhiU Lard .1.JO nf ('nlll..11) __ . I I"n" 1
i -- I i.: II I iiillnr, Kill IIH IIH ml>"Mof I .I'lll- hate been very beneficial in re-
('ruik .hank) Pickles and I II. ('uuulll,;: 2 II"" :\ >', fay 12, I'M: :,, Local Agent. Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
I. I (1'11' Mill)). W )It IK HHI'H __ _, HII doI h<*Mng my complaint I keep a sup-
Buttle Axe Shoes I ,I I'. l.npnln. ) line of pauper. | _ I Hlux ;So"'I 'Ihe < ouncil met in regular adjourned I ply! in the house all the limt'." I
,' \\ I.Mix, lie k.'I for pauper !> ,looI' session. there being present .1. W. -
-<. I 'inliinlt\ II ill), re'nl Mrh and "I / I 1-1' ale. l IIy all deal<<'l's.' Price r>0 i iI
\ii| 2 5 n Thompson 1'iob ; T.1.: Rivers. (;. II.
f fi , rents Fostei-Milburn, : ) Co., Buffalo '
i .M.I... IMiaimai Ink 1 1KlH 110,1 ; ---=.
South Phone .';21 North Phone 1911Taylor's :: IMIIK Mori. ., niiiiUlm--' for I 1'iathc-r I L. II. ( 'ohoon, W B. ( iaw- I
:New fork, sole agents for the United I
pi IHOIII IH 2 2") ford, City AIt ., and' l. R illicit( ; ,
lilxti. Si'ill A. Sill in)p Co' dolt; lima 4 ,:. States.
i Grocery K(Ins Viil liiizelli-; prlnlliiK) 11 ,,, Clerk I,
27S SE Remember the nunw-oan') and
filClilU ,pn\ loll wire t hanilK I
Hills and orderedpaid )
; Broadway Store PHONE s hl'lcl"'H.H Muz/i: _Seiu iTiiitiifal, _ _ fur, *>* .4 I 1 were follows approved I lake no othei Ad\ .- ::12tI I
pjnNE as :
/ \\ Doss. weille nil rill eloek I R. S. FLOYD-
250 surd Hire.el w eirle roJ 1 III, ,1 I. H, (iilbcit; paiolK. foiMioet ..

1, Mae, 'h. I."hr lit l,IIH ,C"te)?Hnia Itmitx fur..t. Ht r..r1), w ..t'I U IHs JsKlHM lla 251. / l I i hands <. ,.'1if 0 I mod but in the mm future will be

for' ..ltv 42 vsI '. I I the foot of the hill hy j
i INI e eila) IIdw C... milHi 1"I' Htwink I
I "' 'ti) I-J-llj.'ill..I': 1 I'1: : 09.J. a matoen wire tent, Beautiful

T. J. Wilson j i I'.: iui p1. iiiiiiiink. I) ) Ga I II h .ua loo .J. \ ,., liul on ditch :J'I'is.:b ;,r, i golden bells greet\ one ax he liters j
l It I. H..h. 11 IH HI. tire auto I
.V ,\ 'l"a I IHI. fin 1'Ir.'I' . I' Ill I ('ouIII\' In-as due/ school ,,1111' \aiil, flowers and roses abound Grocer
.H."I" Ildw ,' 111,15. flrl, .1. I iL
11 p '
Practical Boiler Maker, A J KI, ) sal aH .,'''..11....I sa ,looItaf fund 1.Ji.D' o0profs with their beauty ]In the tear thereI

.. )I-J.all"hlln.. snl Brut I ng,'1 1)l.;, )"I I 'u"l't I ( '0.. Indff\ <'" flit I I i a laijfe' \ glove\ of all kinds of citrus
Sheet ,
Iron Worker, flue Inn ) ,1..hIH" nlll\ arnt.'11g.") so aoKe I
I ) 1'1 ,1",IIIIn1111, sal I H\11'1\ \\.1. 1I I ditch 1.;,<..' HHR flulls The trees have been planted

Welding a Specialty.Work \111111),14.I l'Ialll tit etnan \\,1"It Pill II' !4 III:, "IIII III ;I fin many years, hence are quite. old I II Get our prices on

.H..I" 11,11"'. 1'11 111,1.. tutVutr , VIS' !' 1'I Butler, nii-f lull the ('it\ < 'oun-1 I and net its owner a mat little il1l'ome |
Done by \ floor
Day or \ I'J"I,.\ .1..111..1'. ) sal ioIlIl'l' I I; I J. II :. loll I, ii-latne to relief on peisonal? tax ; I:I "ctrl' He has I 1J: ;*> acres in this I i HAY GRAIN FEEDwhich

Contract.All 1'1 I'; H".II"". .. ,.,,1 11"111, ,rI. I': on motion action' on Same \\a8 ,deferred pieie) but also KO acres north of I-'ishI ,

I. I'In11I C it looN I until next meeting pending adrk I Lake where' he formerly lived
Work\ Guarantied S l'a'H.'H' ,"I 111"11',11'' J.: we mike a specially
I. 1'1") 11t 55 tic I "l' of ( 'Jly .\It"I'nl'Y. The I new rural route passes theplace
J I' Ituk, ls. sal JlII"II""" I:
P. 0. Box 43 itsunmee, Fla. I. \\111 II I. 1,11.. tin ( 'oniimmu'ation fiom, .1 I E Bass which' adds gieatlto the com

.I It .;tl" II I "alol I laid ILIit' ''' I asking. (' 'll to take* 1 foil of IIMIIK! The tr.ims also stopat, r.o 'oe, \ on in ai tion in 'u k'ai'l' :
_. I'I'J
- ,1 J .J "I1,11111. 14)111)1 Dull., I 111I to compelling\ R R ( 'o. to place iciss- the station in front of his house
.I I I':: I.upf. t.,111.1 Jg, I Sol I III
Bronchitisor I111,1s. II. 1',1. H 2I:I loo I0g on 1I"I'muda al roue; on motion :Most of the autos" and, travel pass Ins M I I I I I > I l) ft I I M H M tj ) I M tl I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

I;. I :S. H"I""H .111". age 125It' I I same1 wits retorted] to Street I ('oninntlic place going: ,between St. (loud andkissunmee
.I... I 0,1\ M :Mt.. It 1' :t r.4 C. A. CARSON. J A 'IANH" S. 1.. LUPFERIrrniilint .
\. I U I 1:111.: .. MM .art 1.111), ) III, ll, :old I with power. to ad. By having/ ,.. telephone'it Secretary
I 17 M.I
AsthmaBirch Mali lain r Hank KIss wood IlikitH 421\ Av II 5, The I special Ditch (omnxitti appointed would be all anyone could possililj

\ & I' tiro Co.. w..d. IlikitH it' (lit I I at previous meeting suhmit- ask for modern conveniences and ,,
J. It. 1I11I..rt, freight iiml milers
"'t lirneei ____ _ _ __ 32 fij I ted report which was t filed, and the country life
liio Sup Co Bupplle I'i: I.. 1'-1 I : I I0 41Kl KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
Mountain Herb Tea >\'II) iu- Kl WorkH inelor Itfi) IFlu. l IE(I ('lurk wan instructed to issue warrant :North of his residence is the scene ;
10:1. Co.. material) E. I... 1'. 177 14 4
for balance due Mr Middlemas, as of many picnics, camping parties, fish-
CIII""IIH) Bank, Interest amt for
Has no Equal. Nothing ]Int I'unil ____ _ _ ___ __ '_ 31 24 per Engineer's report to be delivered' frys, boating, bathing and fishing

to said' Middlemas upon notification Fish Lake being a quarter mile north.
Just as Good. The Council received a petition from 4* Rough and Dressed a
from City Attorney that same was The Ki simmee Camp Fire /girls set
citizens asking that some action betaken t t/
correct last Thanksgiving' at Fish Lake
camp :
Better than ready-made medi- in regard to opening up Verona I
ones. On motion> the Ditch Committee> was and in their war-paint and songsgave PINE
street from Bermuda avenue west to LUMBER
extended vote of thanks for careful I life to> everything
more effective than anything i Alden street On motion said petitionwas
and prompt attention to matter as The Libbys have been here for the
known to the medical profession. filed as information and the Clerk stated.On I
Made home in five minuteseven the past twenty-five years and pros
at was instructed to write parties own- I
motion the salary of Tax Assessor peied This shows what can be done
by a child. Purely! vegetableand ing property relative to right of way HOUSE BILLS I A
was fixed at $350.00 for ensuing by careful working and managing SPECIALTY
contain no alcohol, narcotics for extension of said street I proper
If sufferer I year and bond at 1000. His place is just west of the :
or poison. you area
received from Civic
\ Communication There being only two applications '
new proposed town of West St. C loud,
form Asthma asking that Council take some i IIT r i n ii 11 j 1111 M 1111
League for the position and G. C Liyingston formerly known as peghorn Jt. .
N 4.' Bronchitis or in action in regard to removal of screens I
being the lowest bidder was nominated .
4. tact throat I r ,
<, any which obstruct the view into business and duly elected for the ensuing Mr. Canova the popular 'conductor I ,
i lung, stomach, houses on ,motion same was filed for .I
; term.On.
kidney bladder of the Sugar Belt Limited, met I
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trouble, get future reference. motion by'L. H. Cohoon, J, E all kinds of people and run up againstall I ,

'. I yourself a can A. S. Gilbert tendered his resigna- Rush was placed in nomination as kinds of things but he thought hemet IF CITRUS

of Birch Mountain I j tion as memher of Council which was' member of the Council to fill the un- the limit the other day when a TREES ,

1 Herb Tea on motion duly accepted expired term of A..S. filbert; resigned northern prospector boaidud the trainat

} at once and if I Communuation received frf>m Board ; there iK-ing/ no other nominations, St. Cloud going west for Kissmimee have had full bloom you want to hold it. The best way to hold

I r you will start to | of Trade dative i to cost of construe) :Mr Rush was unanimously elected for "I I want to go to that place.'" it is to keep your ,lees, well fed that they may have strengthand

: taking it regularly, you will beginto I| tion of city dock, which/ wan on motion I' oflice as stated. "' demanded the man, showing:: him tilt vitality to keep flourishing

feel 1 as if life was worth living died for future lefeicncc I I On motion it was so ordered that ,St. Cloud Tribune, pointing\ out the

and in a very short time you will I On motion it was so ordered\ that the (fire auto> be moved to the E L, ,article' in the paper "tatlllf.thai\ the If Citrus Trees have not

see a wonderful change in It T. Butler be allowed to redeem Lot Plant and placed in care of Supt. W : I name IVghorn Junction/ had been

1 condition. It isjust as effective your in I IH of L I'll kerns subdivision of Jot> :\. Joiner as soon as necessary, arrangements ,changed to West St. ( 'loud Ix-cuuse of had satisfactory bloomit

severe cases of Catarrh La Grippe !17))Ii of I Fla. Land & Improvement ('ompiuij :: could] be made to do soMr ,.confusion arcing\ from (Old Pcghoin:: behooves
Colds, Bradley was awarded the contract I' and I Junction you to build. up your grove for the future
Whooping' Cough, Coughs "'s survey at face value of certificates I I'cghoin' As the place and fertilizer is essential crops

I and Night-Sweats. Our guarantee without Clerk's fees to paint the water tank and i is west of St. Cloud the promoters; of t

goes with every can and if it does An ordinance to prevent the sale of tower also smokestacks at Light\ and II i t the new town thought it best to have In either event you want fertilizer/ of highest grade-from

not benefit you, your druggist will' goods on Sunday was introduced andon 'Water Plant at a price ( for> labor I the name changed so it would not be : soluble sources and honestly made That is what t we offer in the

refund you your money. I motion read a first time, further only) of $f>000 t Lonfuhing> The place up to recent : Favorite Brands

t' BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., ,, action deferred until next regular On motion it was so ordered that rears> has always been known as St.
I the city tax books remain open until Cloud Junction WRITE FOR BOOKLET
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Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A. meeting. .
i: F II Jenkins was on motion> duly June 19th, 1913.
Sold by Kissimmee Co. Kissim : J. M. LEE
Drug I elected as City Fngineer for the ensuing There being no complaints in re- NOTICE. Atent

mee, Florida. I year. gard to completed sidewalks, as per' Kissimmee, Fla, May 9, 1913.
-_-_- I The Marshal called attention of resolution previously adopted and pub- Please call and pay your> light bills INDEPENDENT fERTILIZER I I COMPANY

I I Council to necessary repairs on city lished, a resolution authorizing the Iy: the tenth of each and every month, : ..JAcaSONVIL.L.E.::: FLORIDA

l Sl pound, which was on motion referredto Clerk to send notices of amounts due is I have been instructed by the CityCouncil .

Chairman of Street Committee with was introduced and unanimously to cut off all service i I I I I I I 'I I I I I I 1 I I I I
5>*l,i i i.11 Desirable Ten power to act. adoptedThere> people who have not paid their light i) : I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . . I II III I

( aI Dr. T. M, Rivers, chairman of Sani- being further business the bills by that date. '

I V tary Committee, recommended that "ouncil adjourned to meet in regular Bills will be mailed to you the t first I

r-- ,\ and Twenty the city procure location for dumping session Tuesday, June 3rd, A, D. 1913 ()f every month. :

ground. Also as chairman of Water J. W THOMPSON Ppes, I can be found at my new office on LAWN MOWERS

and Light Committee that it was the J. R. GILBERT, Clerk. the .west side of Darlington avenue -----

\* wish of the chief of Fire Dept. that Office hours, 7 a. m. to 12 p, m., I j

i? it h. Acre Tracts the city purchase an additional 500 0 OOOOOOO OO.OO..O.OO .0 1 p. m. to 4-30: p m I Scientifically Sharpened and Repaired

feet of hose also caps and helmets for 0. PEGIIORN JUNCTION .0 V. R. ELLIS,

> Fire Company. 0. 0 W-4t Water and Light Collector. .
; ;: ri :: For Trucking and Fruit Grow- BY
j Action on above recommendatons; O 0 OUOO. OOO 'O> oooo
.) f lass Our land extends from was deferred for further consideration Back from the road, south of the

'\ .... ACL. tracks, and at the top of a YOU RISK NO MONEY KISSIMMEE
; i city nearly to Orlando. SUPPL Y
The City Engineer Tiled report of small hill, may be seen a beautifulnew i COMPANY

: .}IJ i .. f Only $30 per acre. I completed work on public ditch, which seven-room house belonging to

i I was accepted, and on motion by T M. Mr. R. D. LibbyOne passing on the :
,4 J Term.: $S per acre cash and $2 1 WHY MOPE AROUND AS THOUGH -

B Rivers, chairman of Council, appointed train is apt not to realize the place YOU ARE MISERABLE. """-...-,...."....-. ....,_. . .
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.,> per acre monthly. the following committee to inspect while passing as it is set back froml your work with energy and a I i ;:- - ';..--:_,.--...- ......'. -= or'- '.._..__.:_

I construction work and report to the tracks and almost hidden 'b the l liking for It. You are ax old as you
feel and Taylor'. Bleat I
4 'I Blood Medicine
Council as to completeness> of same, beautiful oaks and Sapnish moss that will put you on your feet, give you FOR

vizC.. A. Carson, Jno. M. Lee, C W, covers the trees. new hope and new life-rhcurnallsm 'I,' SALE
\ : just| vanlihe i
McKOY' The house has seven nice including I
rooms You will feel like dl
a tlnrtly new I have 10
a breeze-way. Polished hard person If you will come to fur store Orange Center acres of good land situated about rya of d mile from
No. wood floor and get a bottle and take a done after and PORtoffice that I wish' to 8e"-
t Six-Sixty-Six are throughout the house.( each meal for a few days it does not vegetables. As Orange Center Adapted to oranges .
t screens will enclose the opening taste: bad either will be worth at least '$50 growing so rapidly, Mm land

tt Land Company This I. a prescription prepared especially Mr. Libby built part of the house This remedy li guaranteed and If It will pay you to investigate in or this$75 per acre 'In the near future.] : Xt't't
for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVCR. does not help you return the bottle I two Orange Center of land at onceJ8<> have '
t< Five or Biz dote will break any cam. and I i iU I last year and by adding the new part and get your money. s..n. the above 10 townsite! in good 1 location, that I will rjv J
t Mach Building. taken then .. a tonic the Fever wil not for the front presents to the visitorthe Price. ft,00 the bottle I reed i_ beyond the cr tract. MW p1'ice I. i $860.80. b.

I return. It acts on the liver better than impression of "quiet jIInd comfort." Tour owe ctriircUt r.oommena and off Orange Center, prIce.Fla., will MeaRrs. Len J. Muncer and W. W. Bcmny"
sf'r l" KISSIMMEE.. Calomel and doe not tripe or alcken. 2Sc The old fence has not yet been reyr'in ruMmatMO*.*.. Uk Mm Taylor-fcbout* Beat It Blo 4 Ke ai- land. (Address) W. L. WATTERSON take pleasure,In Batkervilla showing Virginia.If

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( Bishop W. A. Candler) much good, and it will do more. But

Th .country is-to-to-congratulated temperance reform cannot be broughtto
that the President, the Vice-President perfection by prohibition alone. We 8,000 acre splendid farming and citrus fruit J land for-,sale, well 7

and .Secretary of State of the Re- must have a change in those social located, some'beautiful'lake front properly on tract and much good

public are all total abstainers and usages which are prevalent in whatis citrus fruit land as .well as trucking farming and grazing land.* will 1' et
To -- have banished wine.. front. their social tailed the higher classes of society introduce the purchaser to the owners and can deal direct best,'of
, close out. we offer while"it entertainD ent '. and'which" constantly produce- /earful reasons ,.for telling and favorable terms of payment can be arranged j...

), lasts A few British editors have undertaken crop of drunkards and 'drunken This tract is a_ money maker, lands adjoining' are being'colonized and r
gallons of ready lo deride Mr. Bryan because he Ness Locker clubs whould die of' inanition sold at more: than five times the* price of this tract. Full particularsto

I mixed excluded wine from the banquet -whichhe but for the 'prevalence of t.he', interested parties. ' x

paints, IN COLORS, at gave in 'honor of Mr. Bryce, the retiring evil social customs. The responsibility I SMALL COLONIZATION TRACT.We .

the very low price of $1.00 Ambassador of Great Britainat of destroying the social usages i) have a tract of about 1,000 acres most excellent land for high
Washington. Some editorial runts i I which produce intemperance in our
I grade colony tract, because the lands( are excellent quality, and are 4
per gallon. No white paint in also in our country have undertaken'' land rests upon the men and women I fortunately located so convenient to high school church and good
to .ridicule our honored Secretary of who occupy positions of prominence I. n
marketing advantages. Here ;it the place for a high grade, first dan
this lot. State; but Mr. Bryan deserves the in the community. The editor of colonization
Here is chanceto proposition. worthy of close investigation. A
I cordial approval of all good peoplefor Scribner's Monthly years ago put '
the stand which he Has taken on this matter most cogently and conclusively -
secure a high grade, satis- this subject. London editors may allude in a strong editorial under i Lakeside farm and grove. 127 acres located about miles from

to Washing-ton! as "Wishy-Wash the caption of "The Wine Question in Kissimmee court house. Land has a lake front for nearly half a mile i '
factory paint )below
first cost. ington" because of Mr. Bryan's wine- Society." The closing paragraph: of and extends to county road has heavy hammock, high pine and fine dr

lest banquet; but it is better to havea I that editorial may suitably close this j: farming and trucking land has about seven acres grove three flowing e...
wells. 6-room house with pretty palm live oak. and banana f'
"Wishy-Washington" for this republic article. The editor spoke as follows: grove. ,
than a "liquored London." "If the men and women of good co- pretty view of the lake and an excellent farm and grove just the place P

I, Mr. Bryan sets a Rood example to ciety wish to have less drinking to excess I for a high priced home and grove and a fortune can soon be made :

people of position in the United let them stop drinking moderately. on this property. I

.. States; and following.( his leadershipthey I I I If they are not willing to breakoff PRETTY SUBURBAN HOME.'l..'l..

- should make a declaration of independence the indulgence of a feeble appetite 5 acres and two large east front lots with nice cottage, with line !:.

from all those social I for the.sake of doing.( a great good view of town and lake pretty place just outside City limits 5 acres "''

.W. B. usages in conformity to which\ wine i to a great many people, how can they. planted to oranges grapefruit tangerines peaches and different kinds }
MAKINSOR CO. has been considered indispensable to expect a poor, broken-down wretch I of berries. Good irrigating plant water works in house chicken ;.

a dinner-party. The drinking habits 1 I to deny an appetite that is stronger house stables and an excellent place for a fine little home in a delightful +I'
of "society" can not be defended on I than the love of wife and children I healthful climate with freedom of country life and yet enjoy city ... !

Kissittiniee, FloridaBRICK any reasonable grounds; and it is I and even life itself? The punishmentfor I advantages. Owner is a non-resident, and will tell for $3300, on terms. 1
time reformation In this the failure to do duty in this business '
I were begun I Many other splendid propositions to suit anyone desiring a Florida y "
matter of social wine drinking. Thereis is sickening to contemplate. The I home or investment. :
not a sensible person in America sacrifice of life and peace and fealth I f

who will not admit that wine drinkingat will go on. Every year young men will I NELSON REALTY COMPANY '.:
social entertainments has been the rush wildly to the devil, middle-aged ,

Red and Buff Gray and ruin of multiplied thousands of yuung men will booze away into apoplexy, I Over Citizen Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA.

men,,, Even women have not escaped and old men will swell up with the i '
and become disgusting. - --- -. .: .z
demoralization through this wine sweet poison ( ,
Common Building drinking custom. idiots. What will become of the -

Doubtless there are many good.( men women? We should think that they I

Large Stock Prompt ShipmentWE and women in what is called "society"who had suffered enough from this evil to | ;: Distance {

SAVE YOU MONEY I have secretly lamented these demoralizing hold it under everlasting ban, yet j jthere 1' AdvertisingLong. 296 :
drunken well
social usages/: although are women a.i as
j they have refrained from openly con- drinking clergymen. Society, however | ,
A. C. Conyers dommnjr them. Now is a good time has! a great advantage in the is saying the right thing '
fait that it vulgar for women to
; for these people to assert openly and

Dnvtil) Bldg.) J0-4m. .Jacksonville, Fla. [ ,'nphl-t, It'ally what they have long l believed drink. There ale some things that a at the right time C\ ,..
| but have hesitated to express. woman may not do and maintain her ,
in the
''I I Let them declare that the indiKcrimi- .social .standing. )Let her not quarrel I I right way ;

1 note offer of wine at dinners, , and other with the fact that society demandsmore - '
We make a Hoecialty of planning, preparing f
of her than it does of men. It
social functions: is not only improper ( literature and conducting campaigns!: for i f
Lowest Seed Prices FloridaAnd "
in I but poultielvulgar, UK it undoubtedly is her safeguard.( in many ways. j I Larfil Companies, Boards of Trade Municipalities f a
is Let them affirm flatly and The course of Secretary Bryan is 1 and Individuals. ,

for the best TESTED seed too. :t finally that for the sake of the young, not fanatical; it is conscientious, patriotic i rl 'f
the weak, the j}ay wart]- for the sake and worthy of universal ap- | 6
CHUFAS, SORGRUM, MILLET, COW ''of personal purity and family peace, probation., )Let men and women in j IADVERTISERS

" PEAS, SOJA BEANS. Write for special I| for t the sake of social propriety and prominent positions everywhere follow -

J low introductory prices and cDtulo ue. the national 'olfan.-th'v will\ banish his lofty example in this important I TAMPA FLORIDA

.. 1 wine from their feasts from this matter y : .
time forth and forever.
It than idle for and I I \
is worse men l
CEO. R. EVANS, Proprietor, )
women to indulge in private intemperance -
E. St. 20-4m. Jacksonville, Fla. I "Speak to a cow UK you would to a
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1 which they dare not defend in lady"-tht; motto of an early Wisconsin and Return :
public. They can not. with stultifying Chattanooga :
themselves, stand for dairyman also the message of $13 1 3 2 0
temperance Malcom II. Gardner of Delavan, Wis.,
COW EAS-Clay, Whippoorwill, and Unknown $3.06-Iron and New Era publicly while promoting intemperance Account U. C V. Reunion '
$3-Splendid Mixed $2. California Blackeyc $3.75. Spanish Peanuts their social who has written a series of injunctions ,
$2. Chufas $4. German Millet and Sorghum $2.50. VELVET. BEANS by customs. to milkers and will spread the Official Route of Third BrigadeVIA
travel in
$2.-pecks sold at bushel rates. Many more people now gospel of "kindness to kine" to the
annually than was the case
twenty-five years 'ago. There theysee "No man who hates milking and dislikes Atlantic Coast Line Tifton; G. S. & F., Macon

SEEDS wine drinking and beer dring. both cows can make any great success : C. of G., Atlanta, and W & A. R. R. .. 1 '

... . . -. ----- publicly and privately; as w.e never ; there must be sympathy between ' (Old Battlefield Route) '
see it in this country. Some may be the cow and milker," says Mr.i'ardner's )I
H 1 I II misled by what they observe 'in Eu- (; philosophy. SPECIAL TRAIN .e
Of Pullman and vestibuled coaches will leave
for cars Tampa
i cities It is very easy : noon
I ropean
"Motherhood and milk production
Listen We sell half-educated! people, to imagine thatwhaU'ver I U'o together. Treat, the cow like aBe I May 25th, stopping Plant City Lakeland Kissimmee Orlando and '. '.
Sanford arrive Jacksonville 7:30 P. M. Leave Atlanta 7:25.A. M. "
j they see abroad must be all : '
mother. kind it will and I
reliable shoes And I right. Hut people, of. sense know thatwe big." ; pay I arrive Chattanooga 1 II 1 ::25 A. M.
have nothing leain on the subject pay : Tickets cold May 24-25-26-27 and 28 Limit by
/ The according I .
hose for "personal equation .
extension June 25th. 1
; every I of tempeianie flour European I to :.t,.. (Cardncr; represented by the 'lenaitl I
:- customs It doc4- not l 10" ,nine, us to STOP OVERS ALLOWED i i
; member ,of the the cow has fur her, attendant, ,I Igiis
) ape the' evil thing I of. Kurope.; .!, but to advantage : LOW SIDE TRIP RATES .t
I handmilki an : over ,,
v / ', ng : '.
>- householdHAfiAH copy only t hood/ and "...k,. it !betterIt the '. From Chattanooga ta all pominent points. .
i t ilia"" In<
. For information and reservations call
x is time Kuiope; l learned! some things I II on .
.1 from Ameiica; and Mr Bryan has setconspuuous W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent. Ki simmee. Fla.

a example of virtue whichshould WHY NOT GET Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland

lie copied by ,tat""--,I T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A. --
I men find social leaders." But whetherour : A GUARNTEE ? I I "

fiu-ml.s) acros. stbe. sea ,imitate this .. I
good example,, of our honored Secretary -- "
I C'. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. It :
i of State 01 Iot, t, vie in Ameiicashould 1 K:>ery Article of :Merit that in. Sold '

follow hi,* Ifiidciship III the These Days i. (;luaranteed;NGuarantee .. .

mutt* i ; (Often !Moans Poor The Waters & Carson

'All the talk\ about the ..OII ii-ly of Quality. ,
ine-di O'OIIl.tll'. is the vc lest
inking/ i
I nonsense Any man, who. ha* vixited ;:
I I'an.s, 01 B.I1I11..r. Vienna knows that 'iheif 1 I is very' little, I'M: use fin anj' Grocery Company
Iheit is" not a syllable,. of truth in the |'H"hili'' to claim that h<- has liet-n. . that the people of these capitals "stung"on a purclmsi1.. Fifty yearsago
\\liolrsal and He-tail Dealers in
than the buyer hud to look out, but to- v
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';:ro-'::.- I thl' people of our own country Hut day it ,is unusual to (md a merchant I

a et ell, .if it were true that those wipe who will not return jour money for GROCERIES
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and! !beer. drinking countries cue more allY article that has !proved! unsatis- I ;

temperate' than ours, it would not follow f H,'to r)'.jAn I
{ ; a shoe pre-eminent--a that we will become more temperate excellent example of this kind > e 444444404444440 9I I 444444444 0000 .0. .

of taste $6.0 0 by drinking wine as they do. of fair dealing i is shown by the clean- I <. ; 4 .
for the gentleman I Our case is bail! enough as it ,is, with- rut guarantee that the Kissimmee i .5. WE SELL: <. I'' WE BUY: 0

5.0 0 shoe t that ranks 'out superadding.( their vices to our excesses I'rug, Co. give.( on lodson' Liver Tone. *, HAY, O 0 0
FLORSHE1AV a $ { 0 ,4 HIDES, O
; We can gain nothing; in the These people tell us that any person I ,> GRAIN 4 0
with shoes of much higher price. way of sobriety! by adding!: their wine who pays [GOc. for a bottle of Dodson's" 4 4 I FURS, 0
-1 I drinking to our whiskey guzzling.Our !:. Liver Tone and does not find it a "V FERTILIZERS 4 0 .

DOUGLASS ; the famous brand that every case has its own characteristics, gentle and most pleasant liver tonic, > 0 WOOL, .
SHINGLES, 4 4 0 .
and we must do our duty to ourselves, harmless, but a sure reliever of Constipation 0 .) :
body knows, ftSL.5 0 to 4.5 0. to our neighbors and to our childrenin and a perfect substitute for < ORANGE BOXES, 0 0 AND .1' ,,
view of the conditions which e', ; calomel, can get his money back justUS O < ;;

QUEEN QUALITY ; for comfort, for refinement around us and not in view of remote quick as they can get it out of the 4 4 ORANGE WRAPS, ** *. ALL .. .r...'. ,

this shoe for ladles condition of other lands. money drawer. VEGETABLE CRATES 4 COUNTRY .
ang style, Prohibition has spread very widelyin ) Dodaon'n Liver Tone has practically 4 0 .

cannot be beat. In all leathers and our country, and it can not bE 1, 1 taken the place of calomel. It is absolutely +. CRATE NAILS. *0 0. PRODUCE. .. i
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styles. the liquor traffic has greatly I and causes no restriction of habit or
intemperance in America. TherE I i diet. No wonder the drug people are "" .
have been difficulties in enforcing pro. glad to guarante it, while other remedies We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. 1A
hibitory laws, and oft-times they haVE! I| that imitate the claims of Dodson's We give special attention to flu lag out hunting and camplaf parties. \ ,
H. C. S TAt{ FORD CO. Free delivery in city limits. Pho ne No. 12. '
communities Liver Tone
been nullified in sme are not guaranteed .H
We are county agent for good fertilizers. Ask aa lu realm mad
J Nevertheless prohibition has don i at all. Adv.-23-lt price on fertilizer : F
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LyYy I The Atlantic Beach Hotel is to be operated continuously from its An orchestra of fourteen pieces will give concerti morning, afternoon

4 opening, and not merely for a brief summer season It will be run ont and evening, Special music for dancing Wednesday and.Saturday -

the American and European plans. The rates will be moderate and will evenings.

J.i not be advanced over those of previous seasons, while the service will The following schedule of rates will be in force:

I be vastly superior in every respect. American PlanOne

v3 j Mr. Stanford has assembled an operating staff such as has never person in a room _._________.-_____$21 a week and upward

before been gathered for the comfort of hotel' guests and, patrons i in Two persons in one room ___.__,---__----__, _$35 a week and upward .
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Ferdinand Grand, formerly of Martin's Twenty-sixth Street and
One dollar a day and upward, without bath.
i Broadway, New York City, and for four years chief steward at the .
Two dollars a day and upward, with bath. .
Windsor, Montreal, will fill a similar position at the Atlantic Beach.
I A special week end rate will be made, including dinner Saturda

t .} Joseph Olivette, formerly chef at the Rudolph and the Shtlbourne:, evening and breakfast Monday, FIVE DOLLARS. .
Atlantic City, will be in charge of the culinary department. He will
: The Atlantic Beach Hotel is without a rival as a resort hotel. Its

: be assisted by Albert Corn, Martin's famous fish cook; Ulysses Marios, location on the finest beach in the world, with unequaled facilities for

:: cook at the Waldorf-Astoria; and Fransisco Vinny, baker from
is. surf bathing, for automobihng, with a menu unsurpassed and unattempted -
the Boulongerie de Paris in Boston, and later of the Plaza. New York. before, with the cooling breezes straight from the ocean and every ,

James Demorest of New York in charge of the buffet and attraction of climate and surroundings will make this the social resort
cafe. of the South.
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