Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
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: January 16, 1914
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: VID00629
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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About the most important piece of ,
i: legislation enacted by the last legislature ,j; -' 0 VALLEY GAZETTEAPPRECIATED +.
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Tax Commission.The 0 Editor Valley Gazette. +,

people of Florida are acquainted o As president of the Kissimmee +. t{

y- with what orders the commissionhave o Chautauqua Association I desire !'

issued-that all property, both 0 to express my acknowledgment,

t real and personal, should be assessed o and thanks for the very .excellent -'+.

rt at its full value. o article contained in.laat., .*

d To this order many of the tax assessors 0 week's issue of your paper, en+0
x few ,O titled "Kissimmee Will Have:V
have demurred, some going : t
so far as to say that they would '" rtrrv'9. 0 Chautauqua." _' ;I4>*. r

not obey the order, but we are glad 'I. The production was timely,well +'

rr to say that our assessor, W. I. Bar- I .I. written, and for the purpose. for *,,

ber, is not among the number. He II I 'O which it was intended could hardly ,+ ?
takes the view that the commissionwas i 0 be improved upon. 41

legally created, and it i is no con , "" --" 0 JAMES W ULLY. t

cern of his whether the law is justor I ",
County Commissioners Make ;
unjust. When he took office he MISS BRYAN RAILROAD

swore to do his' duty and obey the Tour of State Inspecting Roads The organization meeting of the W,
laws of Florida, and to the best of I Kissimmee Chautauqua association:

his ability will live up to his oath. -- was held Friday afternoon at the,office ;
' of IS APPOINTED COMMISSION of A. S. Nelson those beefing
In speaking to a representative GAIN MUCH INFORMATION AS TO COST AND DURABILITY OF present
this paper on the subject, Assessor C. Rucker Adams, superintend4,+
Barber said: ent; Mayor Lilly, C. A. Carson J. Ml

"I will follow the law to the letterin THE TRIP. Lee, W, B. Witherspoon, L. H. In/ '

assessing property, both real and INSTRUCTORGIRLS MEET HERE gram, A. S. Nelson, J. W. Miller and >

which C. F, Johnson.
personal, in Osceola county,
; means that all property will be assessed By S. J. TRIPLETT.It C., A. Carson was elected temporary '

at its full cash value. I know; it chairman, and C. F. Johnson, temporary -, *

is a difficult problem to solve for a CANNING CLUB I THE FIFTH OF MARCHTO secretary. Mr. Carson called the; MP'
was a great trip. of the roads in Orange county, of what t'
man to place the actual cash valueon meeting to order and nominated Mayor r'
No bum pun intended in that statement material had been used, how well each -
every piece of property in this | Lilly as permanent chairman. This, ;
either. material stood use, and what was In-
M 1 county, but in every case I will use my SCHOOL BOARD MAKES PROVI- HEAR COMPLAINTS WHY THE was seconded and carried. Mr. Canon. .
' Ever since we first began to imaginewe tended to be done in future. Mr. Robinson -
best and honest judgment. I have no then nominated Mr. Lee vice ,
had been "called" to write hot stated that one of the first piecesof ''
enemies to punish or kinfolks to favor ; .
TO ATTEND CHAU, stufl or cold stuff or any old kind of work his county would do wouldbe AT LAST SESSION q4,
but every piece of property will stuff cold stuff old kind of to build C. A. Carson then called' '
TAUQUA FOR ONE or or any a brick road from
look the same to me, regardless
WEEK. long, long time ago, we have been Orlando to the Osceola county line, Ing to order which proceeded to electthe ;
owns ENFORCED.The .
using the phrase, will live long in our a bond issue for the purpose already permanent officers. a.
several the custom has
years +
memory." having been voted. Mayor James W. Lilly wars elected -

half prevailed their in value.this county I will to assess assess every only The School Board was a week late I Now, that is exactly what this trip The time being limited, the hotelat Valley Gazette is in receiptof chairman; J. M. Lee, vie. president ;

in meeting this month, owing to the we made in autos over the state in Mt. Dora 'was called : the following order from the Florida ; C. F. Johnson,, secretary. and ' stock at their full value, whichat up by phone Hi
C.A. Carson
absence from the city of several company with Osceola's Board of commissioners and asked to dinner Railroad CommissiontIn treasurer
prices prevailing. this year: wouldbe were; prepare for seventeen i Mrl:: Adam then ,mad, *a' short,
teachers and officers, who and a dozen private citizens
hungry Osceolaites who '. .
$12.60 a head. arrived Re Long and Short Haul Act. 'Application speech
in which he outlined'the;
attendance the annual teachers will do.
upon in
that beautiful little
'The'quelltion' of orange grove city about I of the ,Atlantic Coast Line and policy of the association. He
values will be a hard nut to crack, butI conveltion'at Key West during the It was not our Intention to make 1 p. m., after passing through Apop- Railroad Company for Relief. laid special stress on the Value of'the nwri
first week of the year. this trip, for W. B. Harris, the grand ka. At Mt Dora n. .
want to assure the people that they I the party had the j I The Railroad Commissioners of the chautauqua health lessons "for the n

will be recorded on my books at what One of the principal matters disposed and only boss of this paper, was pleasure of meeting that prince of i State of Florida to the Atlantic school children, and suggested :

,k they are actually worth, as will every of by the Board was the selec- | scheduled for that job; but a week good fellows, J. E. Mattocks, who our j I Coast Line Railroad Company: special privileges and rates .be that'i.

other piece of property. To five an tion of a woman to act as instructor of before the date set for the start from people so well remember as the man''' Whereas you have heretofore filed codred them for the 11 o'clock ae-*

instance: If a man is offered $5,000 the girls' tomato and canning club, | Kissimmee, which was December 31, who developed Kissimmee Park, just wjith the Railroad Commissioners of lecture. C. A. Carson, moved morning -

for his grove and refuses it, that is for which the county commissioners, I, Mr. Harris hied himself to the lower across the lake from Kissimmee. We : the State of Florida a petition in ac- that Mayor Lilly, Professor Evans: >j
t the school board and the national prairies in search of the elusive buck, can't into details about this
the actual cash value, and I will so go man cordance with the provisions of Chapter and Mr. Adams be appointed
s'i assess it. We have land all over the government had provided the means i i and did not return until too late to Mattocks, for we haven't space to I 6523 of the Laws of Florida wherein : to..visit the school board committee and'' ) '

county that is held at five and some- during last fall. The choice of the fill his seat in Mach Bros.' Cartercar.And tell all theTfrftod! things he did and I *you ask leave to continue in effect arrange the matter, which ear-
Board was Miss Joe Berta Bryan, I j as nothing of importance has said, but he's just was (
times ten times the value. at which it a prince among your present rates and charges and ried. Mr. Adams then proposed that- '

is assessed. That land will be placedon daughter of ex-Mayor and Mrs. N. C. ever yet been pulled off in these parts any crowd of men anywhere at anytime I to participate in rates of other carriers the matter on the back of the Booster' ; #

my books at what it will bring in Bryan, which selection meets the II without the Valley Gazette being in and the most excellent dinner ,, and to continue to establish envelopes should U eused with the' f 51A

,t the open market. hearty approval of our people, for they the front rank, it fell to the editor'slot we ate and the fine cigars we smoked I, rates for the transportation of freight names of the officers of the assodatlon. .'..' .,:"'-<
recognize in Miss Bryan those qual- to and these few lines follow were with his We told 'between '
Gill "It is not my intention or desire I go compliments. points in Florida lower than lie thought that about 1,500
*.t, to be dictatorial, in assessing property, ities that eminently fit her for the I ing will tell of a few things the party the Mt. Dora people we had merely bates I concurrently in effect to or between envelopes should be used with tha t'
duties she will be called to I saw and did, a few things they ate loaned him to that and be : v
t($ but the" l law is plain, and I will followit upon per- place, not to intermediate points, etc. Mayor Lilly, J. M. Lee,'C. F. Johnson -< #.;

to the letter, as I swore, to do when form. I I and smoked and a few people they surprised when we notified him his i; Now this is to notify you that before and C. Rucker Adams wen appointed -; f'
The organization of girls' tomato met from Wednesday, December 31, leave of absence and to
I took this office. I believe the peo- iI' j over return passing upon the said petitionit acommittee' on tickets. u
ple will uphold me in this matter, as and canning clubs in this county was i 1 at 9:30: a. m. to Sunday, January 4, to his duties at the most favored I, is the purpose of the said Railroad Mr. Carson proposed that a special .i;<.
first brought to the attention of at 7 m. place in all 'Florida. The '
they want only justice, and that's I' our p. party was
Commissioners to hold a meeting at train from St. Cloud be run every'
what I will give them." people by the Valley Gazette about The party was composed of E. L. shown over the new club house, which \ r;
the court house in the of Ocala night that the '
I City so St. Cloud people krv'
Ia I year ago, and so persistently did it Lesley, chairman of the Board; O. R. would do credit to any city, Dr. E. 1
-- Florida "
on the 3rd day of March, might have the benefit of'th.f lee- '
tl I advocate the scheme that Miss Harris, Bass, A, F. Bass, R. V. Lanier and Derbyshire, late of this city, beingour 1914 :( ,
at 10 o'clock in the morning and Lures, and the chairman appointed '
CITIZENS BANK professor of domestic science in the I 'W., F. Walker, members of the Board; chaperone.Our t'
a meeting at the court house in the J. M. Lee, C. A. Carson and J. W.
state college, arid who has charge of 1 P. H. Ludlam, county engineer; G. W.
next Eustis where the '
stop was of Kissimmee Miller (
City Florida, on the to arrange, the matter with the
ANNUAL ELECTION the tomato and canning clubs in Flor- I Ashton, county superintendent of oil I I
sand road, in front of the j 5th day of March, 1914,, at 10:30: railroad authorities. I
ida, came to Kissimmee and madean roads; W. C. Bass, chairman of county /'
Oklawaha Hotel was inspected, which o'clock in the morning, both for the Mr. Adams stated that the lectures'
+ appeal for financial aid before the School Board l H. N. B.tton, '
; superintendent proved the most perfect road
we saw j jon : of said would the
,{ (purpose considering petitionand begin on 23rd of February,
OFFICERS commissioners and the school board of streets of Kissimmee J. *
; the trip. This road Is said to' '.
for the purpose of hearing all but if the association desired it he ft'l
INSTITUTION IN SPLENDID both of which bodies readily made the D. Woodbeck, of the Dutton-Harris cost something two thousand
interested parties who desire to be would arrange to have a lecture on .
,, FINANCIAL SHAPE. I appropriation. There is not the least Shoe Co.; W. C. Bass, Jr., E. L. Les- dollars- mile, and has been laid two heard in relation thereto. Sunday afternoon; the 22nd, at *
doubt but what Mis Jr. Dr. W. L Winn J. W. Miller I '
; Bryan will prove 'ey It is as Smooth marble
years. as ,
4' And! at such times and places p. m. This, he explained, U named
I Jr. DeWilton Alderman and Ernest you
a most efficient teacher and our and does not show the least wear even the "
the stockholders of theCitizens I will have opportunity to be fully "Vesper Hour, and is a very beau-
Tuesday young girls will be greatly benefited Mach, chaufeurs, and S. J. Trip- on the edges. That road appeared
Bank held their annual meet heard upon all points presented to and popular service. Mr. Adams ? .
by joining the club. I lett, editor of the Valley Gazette. I to the writer as a solution of the
5 of the your said petition'add in relation to suggested that the name "Klssimme. r
and after hearing reports
ing, The board also appropriated the After passing over what appearedto problem of building roads in Florida
'*%$ that institution to be in a most purpose of paying admission fees for I pf bad roads, we reached Pinecastle, After passing over a splendid sys- '' Witness the hand of the chairmanof ,whfch The was price unanimously is $3.00 for agreed upon. ..' C

flourishing condition, a motion was the school children attend the which is some seven miles this side tern of clay roads, and which clay by the said Railroad Commission affixed ticket a season
for seat-for'
'" carried to into the election of aboard of Orlando in 'I I in session and their ; $6.00 a reserved ,
go Choutauqua lectures one hour a day about forty minutes, the way is dug immediately alongside open by orderat
the and 25 +
season, cents a singlesticket.
4' of directors for the ensuing for one week, and the management' and at that place the glad sight! of the roads, we arrived at Ocala Tallahassee, the Capital, this 9th I J

i :year, which resulted in the selection has selected the hour of 12 to 1 each pine straw on the road greeted us. about 7 p. m., after passing through) day of January, A. D. 1914. There being no further business the.

i of Arthur E. Donegan, Chas. W. Dann, day of the week of February 23rd. This pine straw road costs about Leesburg and picking up a guide. j R. HUDSON BURR, ,
meeting adjourned.
K.4 F. W. Hill, P. A. Vans Agnew, J. H. This appropriation Is made contingentupon forty dollars a mile and Is put on the Just as we were entering that city j Chairman. ':\e

i. Bronson. J. K. Hilliard and C. F. school child in'the road after It has beep leveled with adrag President t
every couhtybeln& one car went all to the bad and re- ] Triplett of the Board of F, W. Hill, postmaster at Naii; 1coos. ,

y .a.1 I Hmnkey, admitted free to ..the lectures and lasts for about three years fused to turn another wheel and that' '' Trade has appointed C. A. Carson ..., was in town Satdrday,having: g;

ti[,. After adjournment of the meeting, and entertainments during the hour and-maker hauling easy, as ihe: straw where the first feather of the even 1 I J. M. Lee, H. C. Stanford S. L. Lup- [come here to take 'thi .civil ,.aervie. ,,
1'thddheeton'met and named Arthur named prevent deep ruts being mad. by fer W. B.
tenor was ruffled. 'But as nothing'i, Maklnson. C. W. Griffin examination. .Jfjii
' -E.,Donegan president; Chas. W. Dann The Board also made the teachers machines and wagons. This road con has ever yet stopped an Osceola county -I and N. G. Bryan all'large shippers, '; .

vI -president; F. W. Hill vice-pted- happy by ordering warrants drawn for tinued- the outskirts, of Orlando. man fro ingoing he..h. estarted ,''I I to represent Kissimmee at the bearIng our, people) can rest assured that their. :

I "-dent; 'Paul K. Weaver cashier, and A. their December salary, At Orlando a short stop was made, for or getting what'he wanted the ,: and'these gentlemen at once ordered riebtswU1.M fully pMteetedand-: +I.
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,; VT. Gustus assistant cashier.ef and the entire party paid their re- seventeen piled into three ears and Invitations sent to all nearby .suchis'possil. >f., w. will find relief:. ;

.The surplus was increased fl0,000.six Mr. and Mrs. Sppnsler of Grand spects to County Clerk Robinson, who went to Harrington Hall one of the''' towns inviting them to have representatives from Jhe, extortionate freight( ,.t _A ".

,* jtad-tht?annual dividend of per Rapids, '..Mich., art visiting. at .Mrs In his most gracious and pleasing man. bare, on the date named. I w. have been'paying" >for.lothe, : .,.
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1. gntiras declared. E.' L. Mayfleld's. mr'went, into details' to the'cost Continued '* - e
J as ( on page 8) This Is a strong,. committee, ..nd1 many,years. J.\ _

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::lj ROUEt Jane.Did..: MASTERS' LECTURE .

..not.mean to say: so:much whenwe {c
_ started but number of friends
asked us to write them and we thought I I .1.1I
WRITES OF that 'the best method would be to 'pry
"f : send a'few lines. to the dear old Raven'lwood -;j :BY MASTERLY MAN TIVE ACRE TRACT fl .

I News; We.,have been'read"1
ing this paper for F
KISSIMMEE"t a long
: yet;, I think this is about: the first I IMMENSE AUDIENCE 'PRESENT RL.L
i > time I 'ever took chances on some of' 1 WITH 4 ROOM HOUSE .
my ,composition going Into the waste -
basket. J, will be' back to the old SPEAKER ,MADE STARTLING I ;
home when the whip-poor-will comes, STATEMENT THAT TEN THOUSAND .. -. :t'I'I
but will return to Florida next fall. ;
The entire family join me in kind'
ITS' BEAUTY AND GRANDEUR and best wishes to the Ravens- I TIENTS CAME TO FLORIDA -

y+ 18 'BEYOND EXPRESSION OF wood regards News and to all of our West II j,I LAST YEAR. for sixty days we will offer sixty 5 acre tracts near big 1 ,

+ ." Virginia friends. ,
MORT I ul miles west of, Taft at $150 : :,\.
Respectf 7
')y j Dr. J. M. Masters, perhaps the best Sand Lake in Orange County, ,
: p1 1 IrJ R, J. ROLIFF. | known specialist on tuberculosis in the
!t; J We certainly Kissimmee find, Fla.a,beautiful Dec. 18, 1913.little -In Ravenswood (W. Va.) News. the South Methodist, lectured church last Sunday, confining night him-at each. $50 cash and $10 per month. When sixty tractsare ...:

> \ ,Bieely city here paved with brick about! streets four miles parking of POPULAR COUPLE I means self largely of the to prevention a discussion of this of the di sold there will be a public picnic on the shores, of one ", 1{!'

f;=, ;. with through a driving the the boulevard center on of either Broadway side. HAPPILY MARRIED sease.crowded The auditorium to the doors of,the and churchwas it became of the beautiful lakes and a public drawing for the tract &\ '> ;

;. The Nelson Realty Co.: have shown -- necessary to place additional

:' .. very courtesy and kindness In tak- SAM G. RAGSDALE LEADS MISS chairs in order to accommodate the to be given away will be held. The purchaser of tract ]
ing us to see orange, tangerine crowd. The vast audience listened

grapefruit groves, their branches ALTAR. attentively< to what is considered by will be ticket for each 5 acre tract purchased. .. :
; :,, bowed down with luscious, golden all the best lecture ever delivered in
fruit; and right here I want to say Cupid is still busy in Kisgimmee. this town on sanitation and h
in the language of Ingersoll to the I In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dr. Masters made the startling giene'l These tickets, will, on the day of drawing, be deposited in :11

': New York lawyers, of his dream of I M. Pfann, at 107 Emmett street;, ment that it was his conviction

heaven, "Its beauty and grandeur is" I January C, 1914, Mr. Samuel G. Rall'sI fully 10,000 people afflicted more or a hat and the purchasers will select some person to draw r
t II beyond expression of mortal tongue. dale and Miss Marietta Pfann w?reunited less with tubercular troubles came

And if ;you: think Bob didn't get busy I in marriage, at 7:45: p. m., by into Florida last Reason. Many of out a ticket. The name appearing on the first ticket .
on the spot, you are/'very much mis- the Rev. S. W. Lawler, in their newly these people are unsanitary and spread _
taken. We never saw anything so furnished at Mr. Pfann's. tubercular into portionof F
apartment perms every ,
encouraging as the Florida citrus Only the family wan present. I It the state. If the lawmakers of drawn out will receive a deed for the 5 acre tract'and ,

;, r fruit groves, unless it should be a was a strikingly pretty, quiet wed I the state and the people of the state
I fine, well cared for herd of white- ding. ; wish to make Florida a place where house absolutely free. The entire drawing will be in the :f

faced cattle. The people here are The bride was pronounced "charm tourists may come with safety, and

kind, social and hospitable. Every ing." She wore a lovely violet crepe if they wish to preserve its wonderful hands of the purchasers. This land is all high grade ;
y trove we enter we are told to help meteor dress gloves and shoes to healthfulness It will be necessary for ,
ourselves and we are not a t>it bash correspond. The trimming was violet -I action to be taken to put a stop to .:
fat citrus land and the location delightful. For information
J,. embroidered roses and an intricacyof loathsome disease. ,
This forenoon I went through a lace points, with miniature flowers I The doctor stated that health and :

twenty-acre grove and told the gentleman wrought on the same Her hat was old age were the natural gifts to the address
2 I would like to buy one-half a white beaver with white plumes and !I human body. Men of ancient times ,

; bushel of nice, sweet oranges, and clusters of violet flo\\ei lived long. Life is shorter by many

t he filled a box for me, then put in a Mr Ragsdale was formerly from I i years than formerly. What is the
ti large cluster of grapefruit, topped it Texas. lie has resided in this city reason Improper living and dissipa-
;. I out with a splendid pineapple and several' years and has had business relations tion and carelessness have lessened

; acme ripe guavas, then gave me sev- here. Recently he purchasedthe the resisting force of the body until

eral messes of nice fresh radishes Kissimmee drug store, now the germs are able to lodge within bud. Winter Home Land & Development Co.
and a pocketful of paper shell-pecans. Palace drug store and expects to multiply. If folks lived right they
And when I went to settle the bill he make his home here. would become normal, and I

:: i would not accept a cent. I informed One has but to see the substantialand would be cast off dis.'a"1

"t, .,' him that I would please call again beautiful presents they have received The first method of protection men Winter Home Florida
(and bring some of my West Virginia to understand in what esteem tioned was that of clothing.! The I :

t e friends when they come to see me.) they are held.LARGE original inhabitants of Eden were
1 + This is truly a cattle man's, para- I I clothed naturally with long hair.'

.;: i dise. I am confident that no place CROWDAT : Gradually this disappeared and p<,o-I or H. M. BREAKER: & CO., KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
,f r on earth can beef be produced so ple wore clothing. This was r

economically as in Florida. It is LAYMENS MEETING I sary in order to keep the temperature i
f true that this country needs a better' of the body up to normal. When a : 2-4t
4' grade of cattle, and right here iswhere I chill comes on the body, the blood t

we mean to get busy. A Mr. C. A. CARSON, PRINCIPAL SPEAK leaves! the surface and gorges the internal J
I Lesley, with whom I have had considerable .
ER. SPOKE ON TilE SUBJECT organs a inviting condition .--- -
conversation has .sold about :1 -
., i for The doctor deplor-
of cattle within the "THE IDEAL MAN." germs. I' be the means of creating sentiment rendered throughout, and much praisewas
J 15,000 head past | ed the scant clothing used by women, i might I GEORGE STUART
? six months aand still has about 8,000 everywhere which shall crys- heard on every hand for the ex-
r ? and on children, asserting 1Jl 1 tJ! J>...+,
:r bead left. He has two or three cattle A very large audience attended the was the cause of frequent cases of \Iize itself into laws so the great cellent way in which each one handledthe NOTED ORATORWILL
I/ Laymen's meeting last Sunday afternoon respective parts. A neat sum
ranches and he informs me thajt tuberculosis. He also deplored the commonwealth may be protected
in the Pastime theater. Senator which is was realized, which will be appliedon ..
o/ he has never"fed hit cattle a nickel's wearing of low shoes in winter against the danger every- -
as 'I
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,; worth of feed excepting what they C. A. Carson was the principal speaker the blood became cooled by passing where apparent. lie is willing to go the new Methodist church. It In SPEAK ON "TREND OF
"" and took for his theme, "The Ideal and that understood that if sufficient en.
: the : into community give
,; !MI ptherfrom' ,pastures. .s through the arteries which are thus any THOUGHT" AT KISSIMMEE \
: _This is a ,glorious climate;;" we Man. In his characteristic way he I exposed. community the,benefit of his quarterof couragement is given the same playerswill )
f vividly pointed out the the play at St. Cloud. ON SATURDAY, 24TII
necessary of with this produce
ki scarcely ever need any fire except a I The second method of preventing' a century '
; 4I qualifications of an all around ideal There is also some talk of taking the
1, d t, little occasionally late in the evening conditions which invite disease is a dread disease. --- l
c and early in the morning. The at- man. Everyone was impressed with I reformation in the line of eating. A I The doctor operates two sanitonums, play to Orlando. No doubt both Remember this noted orator is to ,,;iN
Is and bracing, and climatic the earnestness of the message. Short at Newport, Tennessee during thesummer towns will patronize the comedy, and I "1
'! mosphere pure 'person may eat and die, or eat and ne speak in Kissimmee, Saturday, January -
1 J+ !! conditions ideal and healthful. speeches were made by others, and the live. There ought to be no piece I and one in Port Orange, gratifying sums ought to be realizedat 24th, at 11 o'clock a. m., on the "y
I find great opportunities here for meeting closed by a forceful address meals Regularity is nature's desire. .i Florida\ during the winter. He has both places. "Trend of Thought ,,i
e+ r v safe and profitable investment, andhomes I by James G. Johnson, a prominent at- Ice cold foods put into the stomach done remarkable work with patients After the play Friday night the I Here is what some of our citizens I '

y that might be coveted by any torney of Knoxville Tenn. Much goodis between meals cools the temperature< brought under his care, and hosts of I members of the cast together with say of him: jet
,i being accomplished at these serv- cured people now his praises the prompters, Miss Mildred Winn and "
and'stops digestion. Nothing shouldbe i regard him the most forcible !1';
one.This ices, and a most cordial invitation is Mrs Glenn Huzza enjoyed a banquet "
is my second visit to this part put in the body which is not food. and eloquent man in the South.-A. ;;
,f ,i r, of Florida and a careful investigation extended to every man to attend. The The body is made up of fourteen ele LOCAL PLAYA prepared for them on the stage. A J, Holt, pastor of the First Baptist Y\%
confirms conclusions formed here meetings are held at 3 ,o'clock every delightful hour was spent in social 'v"
my church. '
ments. All else is poison to it. Tobacco
tP a year ago that this is the place and Sunday afternoon. and alcohol are foreign to the GREAT SUCCESS enjoyment. "He is a unique character of strong

ii 4,BOW is the time to locate in Florida. body. They irritate 'the membranes I personality and an interesting speaker 1
::: ,1 have met a number of people who MONEY PRIZES sufficiently to form inviting placesfor Flurried Husband-I say, porter, I ."-S. W. Lawler, pastor of tho
I" cama here in poor health and have the growth of tubercular germs. KI'WORTII LEAGUERS RECEIVE have I time to say good-bye to my :Methodist church."I ::11

bs A .. been ,completely restored to good fOR GOOD SPELLING The tubercular germ cannot live FOR THEIR wife? I have heard but few equal to It'
health without medical aid. The MUCH Porter-Couldn't say, sir, Don'tknow \\1
-I I unless it has a diseased place in whichto George Stuart.-W. B. Witherspoon 3 1I
&:/t a -4'/death rate in this county is very much 'ALL SCHOOL CHILDREN ABOVE lodge, or a place weakened by some GOOD WORK IN PRESENTING how long you've been married pastor of. the Presbyterian church.
lower tha othe rplace that we "OAK FARM." -Comic Cute.InquisitiveLittle. I
nany SIXTH GRADE CAN ENTER indiscretion. Then the germs thrive
Nr; ,1,, hap knowledge of. and multiply. They cannot grow ina in NOTICE V. ,
.. CONTEST.The Boy-Were you ;
4}l ". all and delighted I
Our people are pleased -
healthy lung. One of the most dangerous
( A good sized audience greeted the the ark? Bids for the rental of FRATERNITY I
l : ) andwould be pleased to have
",' practices; of people is promiscuous members of the Epworth'-l..l.l1lr\1e: last Peevish Old Gentleman-No, of HALL OPERA HOUSE
I Board of Public Instruction of I Jor
} ii At :., ,ome of our West Virginia friends spittingGerm, are raised with
Pastime theater I wasn't.Inquisitive the
at the will
Orange county is offering the follow- Friday night course ensuing year be opened Feb- >
t down and have a picnic with '
\ come the and when this dries the
% ing prizes: sputum, when they presented the rural come- Little Boy-Well, why ruary 5th. Address C. W. Dann, ,I'\
4, Our latch string hangs out to all I'
,JBS. germs! are thrown into the atmosphereto "Oak Farm." The play was well wasn't drowned l. then?Taller. Sec'y. 8-4t '
f First dy you jj jjHB jjf
prize, $15.00 second '
friends and will ; prize, ;
:;; .our good we surely be breathed by anyone chancing to '
", $10.00 third prize, $5.00 fourth --- --- SiS BBSS-. 'I(I
give: you the glad hand when you ; ; prize, I. be in the vicinity. No one should be '.t
come to see us. $3.00; fifth prize $2.00; to the stu- allowed to expectorate upon the pub w-rfiS }?{,M, :.;..b0901 1w

ktr ;iv.,, '" They have a splendid free county dents of the public schools of the lic walks or in public buildings. The :X\
., 'nigh school here and six churches. counties participating in the Subtropical doctor mentioned an incident occur-

t r '1 This .,is truly a land of fruit and Mid-winter Fair in a spelling ring in one of the cities of this state
1 .. 'fruit ,and flowers. Everywhere contest to be held on School Day of
I you where a crowd was gathered in the
'go!you;aee beautiful product..'of nat the Fair. Those eligible to enter will. postoffice, and he saw seven afflicted
tan greet the eye and make the heart be, all students now in the public : persons carelessly spitting on the Save ,
tit :V ad.;: ',The sick person could scarcely .I schools above the sixth grade. Those floor. Such conditions must be regulated your money }

,belpgetting'well: : In. tnis beautiful participating must present certifi- if health is to be preserved.
:country which nature has so abundant- cates from their teacher that they are Every school child ought to undergoan

1y-endowdwitb all the earth's beauties regularly enrolled as students. examination at the beginning of
____J ; c and the encouragements to be Words will be first selected from each term. There's and i
the most favored ofGodVgren "Read's Word Book" and "Century a reason
found 1'.on, spat I 1 I Tuberculosis is susceptible of being you
' '- Spelling Book. If these books do
; , footttooL"Another cured. Many people don't know this.
:t'. : 1 thing much to be enjoyed/ not succeed selections will be made If rules are strictly conformed to, a h.
.% ,', "V la the splendid fish caught from these from "Payne's Common Words Mis-' cure can be had. Old habits must \

'r?' '. \\ij- numerous lakes. I?;just came from the spelled." I be dispensed. There Is no medicine,

", fish market" this'morning, this' being Oklawaha Nursery trees of Valen- no serum to cure It: The best environment will know it soon.

a 'ft sh,day,where'about a score of men cia Orange, every one perfect, and for an afflicted person is .. ,<;.
l1{ !were busy barreling and icing the fish budded from the beat bearing trues. in a good sanitarium. At home the ,...

to .to ship out by the day's express. They Oklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. patient will not conform to the necessary -i. .
1'f' informed that they brought in ten Write fo reatalof. 2-4t rules.
tons of fine;, .abthig;: 'morning. We The doctor spoke of the folly of the .1

:surel jr'enjoy! <:'sruch' delightful 'nutritious ! A man will give. up dollar, for a Friedman method, and spoke of some d
'' .j/i/', ,Garden vegetables of all 50 cent article that he want, and a persons who were misled by; this CAJTV* COLE OPTOMETRIST ti
..l>,\Jdadf ar. 'plentltw'nod."- and straw- woman will give up 49 cents for an method.

'Jberries"will be'on,the''market in time article that she doesn't want-rand \ Xhr. Masters spoke entirely 'without .

.. "':,,*r,C&ristmks". .t.dinner' ,)and,X, am In. there you, are. A I pay and earnestly wishes that he:: .. ....O..oo.
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.nt: l-ENolE, WANTS, have" raised on ,doubt;> \lay. mtoAI WAS IMDERO 'i t rr

'do not recall that I ever' mat bush G"R"E' ,", T.

LAW. JO PflflTECTFLORIDA f.'corn'tontaintn:. 'ears. !' "few have,''a*misseda 'eighteen ; BJMKED, 'BY' THE'STANDARD ,. ' \ . :

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food many' things'and .four-pound 1/1/ -
!J' FARMERS! ears of corn may be one of them. OIL \ ,

James Wilson, then secretary'' of .. D//

agriculture; replied to Mr; Hamilton'_l 'i

_. "The Bureau of Chemistry 'never ........... ,t
.i has made an alalysi of this,so-called
WILL Alp STATED CHEMIST' ROSE'fertilizer.. ,Accepting the''' analysis CLAIM IS, MADE BY NEW' YORK '

IN PROHIBITING SHIPPING. published by the company; '.the department PAPERS 'THAT >STATE DE.' rd.

'OF CERTAIN;'BRAND"'* I. most emphatically of the PARTMENT HAS SUCH INFORMATION -' "

op\J\lori\ \ ''that'thla material II' practi ON FILE. r ., ,
+ at cally, valueless:.aa, a:,fertilizer Furthermore '.
,, if'its,constituents(; had an -' s'
from the Itcould be ,Washington .D. sl ,i; The following fs taken < agricultural value placedon licatlon in New York 15 DAYS ONLY A'T'r
' ;1'' Florida Metropolis of the 13th, and the market at a cost of a'few dollars newspapers that .
several 'ton. Several of the state the late President Francisco Madaro It
fs reproduced by reason of a experiment
{ backed
was by the Waters-Pierce oil
',, on that same subject having stations have previously
r ,. articles warned the farmers of their company In the revolution against .y
in the Valley
+ + previously appeared respective

..I 1\ ,41" Gazettes The ground states against rock, or mineral this material.constituents Diac Constitutionalist diplomatic had aroused circle much:and'Interest given hereIn the The Greater New' York Store

junta members a
1l Congress at the present session in sufficient amounts, or subject to wrangle over for several ,
may undertake to protect the farmers readily enough aolpble, to give it a
f""' !of, the country from t je enormous fertilizer value other than'that it may days. 1 -

::9; J... I tfanjHfrlaring; frauds In the *< of comlf. I have from the addition of the small I According state department to the New has York file reportsthe the KISSJMMEE 'FLORIDA '

:: ::: i jnircial. fertilizers. I;amount of 3 per cent nitrate of soda, on i '
;,;, ,which it is claimed the material reports of investigations showing that I s
.. federal law tot con
.t .There is now no
the Waters-Pierce
oil concern aided u
; ; reach this typo of fraud and the Deli in flnnancing the revolution of Madero

.;; .> partment of Agriculture is powerless which began in November, 1910. THE ENORMOUS STOCK OF THE GREATER' NEW' .
$ assistance. i
to render any
These ,
reports were made by Secret
K need of such a law has been | j jV ARMY BOARD
Service agents in the spring of 1911. YORK STORE IS THROWN ON THE MARKET TO, BE
,* brought to the department's ,
Former President

in a most forcible with manner the agricultural through WILL CONDUCT State Knox, and Attorney Taft Secretaryof General RETAILED AT A GREAT SACRIFICE, 'THE' STOCK

correspondence! Wickersham knew of the aid the

department of of the state Boston of Flor- EXAMINATIONSFOR Waters-Pierce Oil Company was ren- HAS TO BE REDUCED AT ONCE AS WE MUST''I MAKE,
that company -
Ida. Complaint a
dering Madero, and that was one of
1 J has been palming off a fake fer- the reason's why Mr. Taft held off ROOM FOR THE SPRING SEASON MERCHANDISE f
the farmers of Florida was
tiliser on
'' Claude L'En- many months from lending moral THAT WILL SOON COME '
made to Representative | VOLUNTEER COMMISSIONS support to the Madero cause, it is said. IN.

gle'of that state, and he took the Mr. Wickersham, at the time of his
matter up with the Department of I j
appointment to the cabinet represented
Agriculture. Acting Secretary of ( "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA" SPECIAL .
the Mexican the
government on We mention below few items for
'' a attention
Agirculture B. T. Galloway has just NOW MAKING DAILY board of the Mexican National Rail- your prompt

, written to the Florida congressman: I' RUNS OVER ATLANTIC way. After Mr. Wickersham;-came
that there is federal
"It appears no COAST LINE. into the cabinet Henry W. Taft,brother -
law governing the interstate shipmentof of President Taft, represented the SHOE BARGAINS LOOK AT THESE: LOOK AT THESE! '

fertilizers, as such, and that therefore t" Mexican government on the Mexican,

' this department is without authority (By Winfield Jones) Railways board. It was while Mr. From our Shoe Department. 100 dozen Men's Fine Silk O O Trunks Suit Cases ''and Hand Bap'

t or power to stop the interstate I Washington' D. C., Jan 1.-The following Taft held this position with the rail- Men' Socks, 50c values ____eWets? C at CoaLComorts ,

transportation of worthless fertilizers. board of officers! to consist of I ways that the American governmentwas $2to Shoes -1.45 I 100 dozen Men' I5c Sock and Blankets at Core 'aDon '

I Howerer, it is noted that the insecticidal :I Capt. George A. Wieczorek, Coast lending its influence to Diaz. $3.00 -Men's Shoes for ___9 c t.miss. these at cold wave is com-
Fertilizer claims --- ---- --- ----
company Artillery Corps; First Lieut. Jacob The entrance of the WatersPierceOil 1.98
for its product in addition for : 500 dozen Ladies Hose, ing. tAll
properties Artillery
Frank, Coast Corps; First Company into the affairs of Ma- 9
to its alleged value as a fertilizer, Lieut. Donald P. McCord, Medical i dero came through Capt. S. G. Hop- $4.00 Men's Shoei 2.90 15c values for ___.:_______- C Umbrellas and Parasols at cost. w

which would bring it within the scope Reserve Corps, and Second Lieut. I kins, an attorney, of Washington, -----_ ____ 200 dozen Infants( Lace Hose Men All wool Sweaters Q

+ of the act of April 26, 1910, governing Willard K. Richards, Coast Artillery 1 who has represented many revolutionists $5.00 Men's Shoes 25c values, pair __________9 C For -------------___ >9C 4 4I

c the interstate shipment of insecticides Corps, has been appointed to meet at in Central America, as coun-' for -------------, 3.29 Men's Ladies' -and Children Sweaters and .
Ladies'and Handker-
etc. This department has not Fort Dade, Florida, at 10 o'clock a. sel. Captain Hopkins, at the time $2.00 Women's Shoes | AQ chiefs from 4c i I Underwear at Cost
sufficient information in its posses- : -------- up
m.Tuesday, January 20, 1914, or as the Maderos engaged him as their rep- for __ I I
the ------ -----
sion to indicate whether or not goon thereafter as practicable, for the j resentative, in October, 1910, just be- II
.... product in question is adulterated or purpose of conducting the examination. fore Francisco Madero started his:: $3.00 Women's Shoes 1 98 I I
meaning of for __ 1 '
within the
of such applicants for commissions revolution, was counsel for. II. Clay' I THIS IS AN OCCASION
the insecticide act of 1910, but the in volunteer forces as may be author- : Pierce, president of the Waters Pierce' $4.00 Women s Shoes MEN'S HATS !

/ matter will be investigated, and if ized to appear before it, under section I Oil Company. for -------_?----__ 2.49 We have about 1,200 Men's Fine Hats or opportunity so extraordinary, so different

any violations of the act arc disclosed 23: of an act of congress approved I It is reported the money paid to $I 1.50 Children' Shoes that sell for $2.00 $3.00 and that even -comparison wouldbe

+ vigorous action will be taken to institute j January 21, 1903, to'determine their' Madero amounted to more than $250- for 98 I $4.00. we will 1 ridiculous. To make room and reduce .
---------- ---
F prosecution therefor. I lf qualification for the performance of I 000. sell (for $ 1MEN'S 49 our stock quickly, there is but
I *
$2.00 Children's Shoes 1 \ --- --- -
..i In other words, under the present f\ I alternative let the
I staff duties in such volunteer forces. According 'to information obtained 1 one goods go for
imperfect legislation, the most palp- |' I for --------.-----_ .fAll & what they wilt bring.
The examination will be conducted recently, the equivalent of this money .
able sort of a fake fertilizer may be I under the provisions of General Orders the Waters-Pierce company'received our Patent and Plain Leathers I Remember the Day Date aid Place. "
palmed off on the farming population and slippers are included in the'above.'
No. 57 War
Department, March back from the Madero administration
I. with entire freedom from federal L . .....
is j 1 25, 1909. in additional oil concesaons.All I $10.00 and $12.00 Men's Fine Wor- -
prosecution reprc- Brand new from coach to of these ,
I baggage charges were today sled Suits be an insecticide, and even I Il'I'.j" I i I 4.50 MEN'S PANTS
whether (observation car, the "New York and positively! denied to your correspondent WOMEN'S COATSAll for _______
there is doubt to -
then a
as j ]Florida" special of the Atlantic Coast by Capt, Hopkins, who is legal $230. Men Pants. yx
1 prosecution would lie. Line.. through Washington-at i Women and Misses Coat that .16.00.I 17.00 and $18.00 Men's Fine $1.,19
passed : adviser of the present Mexican revolu for ._____ _____ '
i It is estimated that the farmers of (0:20: last night on the initial trip of tion. : formerly told from $10.00 I to $25.00 Tailor. Made Suits Q C 'MenVIPant: ;r '

t : .the country 'pay millions of dollars I twenty-seventh consecutive for .____, 0 $3.50 2.19MjST
season. Captain said
Hopkins that -
the Wa -- -- --
,, ::ld1or' $4e9o for ______._..
4. ', livery year for ao-called fertilizers Twenty-three Washingtonians boarded ters-Pierce Oil Company ,ever. gave ..._. up I" ... "; .,
:,. that are either "wholly worthless or this "train de luxe" which carried any money to aid the Ma ero.revolu. Some very fine coat among these 8don't .. .. . ,;.., $4.00 .Men. Pant >

that do positive damage to the landon 113 passengers as it pulled out of the tion of 1910-.1911, and that that revo- min them. 5 for ___.________ .

which they are placed. 'i Union Station to continue its long run lution did not receive any financial BOYS' CLOTHING I Tailor-Mada
In this particular instance the extent About 800 Ladies' Sweaters, latest $8.00 Men's Special
I of what appears to be a large- from makes New in York to Key West, whichit support whatever from either the styles $3.50 values 1 $2.00 Boys' Suits

hours 3'29
sized fertilized fraud can be judged Beginning forty-two today and for the next American Waters-Pierce corporation Company or or any American other will go at __________ 1 .SFURNISHINGS 0 for _______ .___ for ____________

,t from a letter of R. E. Rose, State ,three days similar trains, seeing their citizens. lie added that, the revolution $3.50 Boys Suits -1 98
i' chemist of Florida, to Representative first for __ G
service, will through the financed
pass was entirely by Mexican ---- ---- .
j : L'Engle, in which he says: capital, as it requires five trains to citizens.He $4.50 Suit WOMEN'S
I "This is an important matter, as Boys SKIRTS
keep the schedule in operation. Ev- also denied that there are reports 2.49
for _____
not only is the price of $20 ton ---------
per ery year new cars for this service are of secret service agents on :.lie Men's Handkerchief Ties Socks $330 Skirt for
far in excess of the value, which is $6.00 and $8.00 Boys .. S 1.49
f', turned out by the Pullman company, at the State Department proving or 4.98 Sale .
fertilizer and Suspender will be sold at cost. Suits for price -
less than ten cents per ton as a and those in for __________
placed operation the tending to prove to the contrary.
but the fact that the user not first time yesterday represented the Capt. Hopkins said that he was not : Don't miss thee, as you will need also $5.00 Skirt go for 4'9" ;

only pays a large sum for useless material them. Sale price ______ '" .
latest achievements in car building. attorney for Henry Clay Pierce, pres- i Latest styles Norfolk Suits for Boy ,' ,
but will also fail to make his
There were two Pullmans with two ident of the Waters-Pierce companyat $7.00 Skirt for '
if he this go 3.
depends on simply
crop ground micaceous shist, absolutely drawing rooms and seven compart- the time the Mexican revolutionary Sale price ______ .4 9'.
ments each; two with twelve sections in 1910, and at that time did not "
insoluble in strongest boiling acids."I Just a word to the Mothers: We $1 I 0.00 Skirts for "
and one drawing room each; the Wash- even know Mr. Pierce or any person A TIP-TO THE LADIES go 4.99A
think this should be investigated beg to inform that our Boys de Sale price
ington car, which contained twelve connected with the oil lIe you -
the national authorities, and 200 Silk Dresses, late style, model
fully by I .
sections, two compartments and one added that he never knew Mr. Pierce partment i i. a* complete as any you
the interstate shipment of this .1914. will be told this
i' material at sale it cut
fertilizer drawing room, a dining, observation until after the fall of Juarez, when will find, and if you want to fit your
as a prevented- and library car and baggage car. the revolution was over. prices. '
"There is no use trying to protect boy out and out bring him to this full assortment of Ladies House ?
Nine new diners, said to be the The Waters-Pierce Oil Company has
our farmers from 'fillers' and useless store and we will save I I Dresses, value from $2 :
of you money.WOMENS'
" largest cars their type ever built, never asked nor received any concessions ,
Ii t, material, which' is all worthless, inert have been purchased by the company, in Mexico prior or subsequent i to $3 will I go for.___ 9 5 C

t material and" can be sold legally to and will be operated on the Florida to the revolution of 1910, Capt Hop- iI SPECIAL .:

f ?" our people. special schedule. All of the eight kins declared. Capt Hopkins also denied I 50 dozen Ladies Silk Hose, all colors

; Attached to State Chemist Rose'sletter coaches composing the special are a claim that he had anything to SUITS AND DRESSES plain and lace garter tops 75c 300 Children's 1 Wash Dresses vafsw48c i if 4 4I ,
is memorandum from Prof.
; .,./j a constructed of steel throughout and do with incorporating any of the Also everything a lady needs in a.. 'value I A0

t ", agricultural P. H. Rolfs,experiment director of station the Florida, who are' Leaving luxuriously Washington equipped.on the 6:20 properties of the Madero family. well appointed boudior. -,. ..'. .. for _______________ 2::3 C f ; :wi-:-- _____

r says: special, passengers may lunch next TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,

j ', Bold"Should as a fertiliser you allow, our this whole stuff to fertilizer be- day in St. Augustine and have dinner HAIR STOPS FALLING THE GREATEST AND BEST: VALUES NOW STARE :YOU I IN THE FACE. THE'IMPORTANT' QUESTION IS i

the same evening at Palm Beach,
r law of the state would become anullity Key West is reached early the second Save your Halrl! Get a 25 cent bottle : "CAN YOU IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY, OVERLOOK THIS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY OF

t .,, and void. In fact, the analysis morning via the over-sea rail- of Danderlne stops Itching right A LIFETIME, GRASP THE FULL SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS STATEMENT AND ACT AT ONCE. THISIS
of Florida soils shows that they contain -
I' more fertility than is contained board i PEOPLE .TO WHOM
steamer and reach Havana
, a '
, in the fertilizer analyzed." that evening. Only a few stops hair Thin Is, mute brittle evidence colorless of and a neglected scraggy ,.. THE SAVING OF A DOLLAR IS EQUIVALENT TO ;THE EARNING OF '. -''., i

The same fertilizer company are made this side of Florida, the scalp;, of dandruff-that awful scurf. j
1 against which the Florida officials are principal pointe being Richmond and There is nothing so' destructive to Remember Sale Commences'Saturday Jan. 17th 8 A. M r
: now complaining has been under fire Savannah. the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair at a
back 27 1911 of Its lustre. Its strength and Its very I
: bef6re. As far as May I
life; eventually producing a feverish-
: Representative E. L. Hamilton of Teacher-Tommy Slimson, have you Bess and Itching of the scalp, whichIf i ;. 'lf

Michigan had his curiosit yaroused any good excuse,for being late not remedied causes the hair rootsto
) abel I'wrote to Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, Tommy (beaming)-Yes, ma'am. shrink loosen and die-then the THE GREATER NEW'YORK"'STORE
hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne
chief of
of the bureau chemistry, to Teacher-What .Is it?
tonight-now-any time: -Trill surolj
.,r, ask: if this fertilizer was what I it was Tommy-Waffles_Harper's, Bazar. save your hair. -' '.> 'J
'cracked"Certain up to statements be. in the pamphlet . And many a man will admit" that Danderlne Get a 25 from cent any bottle drug of store.KnotrHna' 'You ADOLPH ROSENBERG, Owner and .Mgr. ' Corner Broadway' and Stewart Alee ",: ,:

,/"! he wrote, 'notably 'one found his success. is due'.to- his cood','Judc- of surely It If can you hare, will beautiful just trt$ a lair little and Dan-lot* I Near Fraternity Hall Building Kisslmmee Florida: :\\J ,
'1allder"the'pleture'that;,> most :-of;the jnent, \ Vv. .""7,5" '. 1 ; lrinei:, Save your balm! Try itt! ,. ;. :. .

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v 'THE,' ; .1 K1SSIMMEE' \; .'VALLEY >CAZETTC )t'\;\ "+n "':- "FRIDAY,. ,JANUARY \\1', '1 ) 14'' ..le444eoaao4'ooasoo

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\ : people *i/ to the part that the 'iriooluito I LIKES "TO READ

I : i I Ii'i MALARIA CAN ( has spreading the disease PALACE DRUG'STORE,1I
; ic..
.: \ LEWIS O'BRYAN, sad show them' how to guard againstt THE VALLEY GAZELTE I I

\ ATTORNEY LAW BE. BANISHED It contemplates, as far as POI; 0' SAM G. RACSDALE; Fret, a.4 Mjr., .' _

1 lible, the destruction of the mosquiton ., ,THE PRESCRIPTION PRUG STORE" ,.

its larval and adult I atagcs; it in.Iudel't.he INTERESTING LETTEtt FROM U I
PHONE No. 41 '. : w DELIVERY,
SPECIALIZING IN w : prevention of the existence C. CHAMBERS, WHO SUGGESTSAS ,

c>f the, germs in man arid the cradica- ; <
N + A ABSTRACT 'j Lion of the germs from infected cases /

_;l :AND . SAYS STATE''' HEALTH BOARD by:i isolating them from further bit. AND UPWARD." PRESCRIPTION WORK / '

ing by the mosquito and by destroy. / r
i the teat of:
TITLE WORK supreme a drag .tort's
I ing the germs already there. Brookville Ind., Jan. 6, 1914. character. Our Prescription Department ..

ii'' 'STATK BANK BLOQ. CAMPAIGN IS BEING PLANNEDBY The destruction .of the mosquito To the Valley Gazette: I it run: on the principal that your I I

PHYSICIANS THAT WILL would be possible if everywhere the Mr. Editor: I am a subscriber to doctor knows what he want 'when he .

4444440aQ'444404440i conditions that favor its breeding write hit direction and that ourS, I
:# : RESULT IN BANISHING your valued. paper and have read it 'it it +
.. could be )made unfavorable If the duty to follow them to the very '*' n
.- THIS DREAD DISEASE. for nearly two years and have watched ; letter.Bring .
practical destruction could not be
i *************** oo. it closely I am a stranger to you your prescriptions here and you
made complete, the number of insects doctor'
will make the 'work surer and
and your people but would like to give ..
South! could be materially reduced, as has quicker.
Danish malaria. from the demonctrated you my views in regard to you and

ManhattanHotel' The doctors of Florida and of the been in numerous instances your paper It seems to me that if - _.- . .. - -- '-
South are planning a campaign to do I'' have a motto hanging in your office -
j : The prevention of the developmentof you PALACE DRUG STORE Inc.'n ,
> .
that very thing and they will succeed it must read: "Onward and Upward +
germs in man is accomplished by
---- -- IfRemarkable
I.'(uminc, taken in doses varying with SAM G. RAGSDALE, Pre. and Mgr .
; I Special Attention to how much hinges on In some ways join paper puts our <
lotal conditions and
Public sometimes. but this the 1
the Traveling that one word northern papers in background
according to the individual for.
time it means if the people of I'loi j I see no bullragging in your columns. No. 41 FREE DELIVERY
fromA. 'quinine I If a prevpntative as well asi
Juttt acrott* the square Ida and the eyoulh will permit the
C.: L. DepotKISSIMJVtEE if will help I cure back of it. .
to do thin wok, they i. shows a grand principle
n>t eradication of the germ from ,
t FLA. and C'o-ol"rall' It would seem at (first Then again the high moral tand you
the Mood of the infected individual
thought, that those who suffer from take in all things. \ .oooooo oooooooo < ooooOOto.ooooo....
IH to l"e accomplished by the systematic .
the disease und who arc the possible I The interest you take in your "
thorough treatment with quinine "SPLASH !
victims next sumnui and the year chinches, the interest you take in your t

s-o ** ****************** after' would gladly .assist,. hut will \ In thin mallei, aa in general medical city and last but not least the interest 3 ':' That's all it takes in the smallboy' '

TILLER ; they '!' you take in the county as a whole. 3
M. : practice, the leaders of the profession fun to make trouble for a '
To understand tin piolilim" it Is, Osceola county is favored by having 3
I are as earnest in the prevention : passing lady! Mud 'puddled are "
Agency.I to out line the problem i who is for the
Real Estate Ill i'eaallly of the disease as in its cure, and an a power 3 '
ImefU :Mai.n is caused lij H. jrv-IJH uplifting and upbuilding of f an attraction for mischievous :

................................ in the human hlood. It enters theled "o imitant' I the prevention in thpir mint"lext of mala I la is to im-its county and people in general and your/by ;/r. 1; youngsters but are rather shunned I,

', Realty bought and sold corpuSCles and<) omi' I'vt'i\1 forty ,'uieSo. reading and watching one is bound to j : by the fair. sex especially

Houses rented. eight hours it huists. open its partIcular ' Corm a good opinion of your people Q -
I r '
+ it happen that in Florida the when well dressed. No matter \
Taxes paid and Titles verified ( tell ami a do/i 01 two little gln I'ins If there be no providential hindrance J. \
4 Anopheles mosquito is inactive duringI Q
r. what in this
stains! get
r for non-residents. tome oul lath chooses a new ctllam I may have the pleasure of meetingyou you may l.
I I older months of the Theft .
1 '! ) Fire. Life and Accident Insurance. ) I the pio" s. iep4ated! on theMiond I 'rms. of the dmcase are year kept alive and your force in the near future. .. ry' way we'can! take them out easily :",

day| thiuafui W hen ever I expect to leave Cincinnati 0., the .;i without injuring the fabric in
.f only in the human system during thesemonth"
;V Indemnity Bonds. this" hatching out\" fiom the ells 20th of this month for Narroossee, the least
I ready for the further spread
takes, plate. the pa III'nhas\ a chill of malaria with the return of warmers I prospecting, and will bring ten or :I: Phone 61! 15 Darlington Ave.Oliver's ,

Somitimes (Inn i 1. a double infection : twelve of my neighbors with me and :
I father when the mosquito gets busy 'I'
01 two nets of germs, which hull will call on the Gazette while in your Suitatorium
upain If during this period of insect :
out on ,alternate days and! the Ia'i county. -
Se11iULLOCKREAL inactivity, every man, woman and 04444frr \i
( OO'oooooooooooo.o l
tient has'i'hilt every Child: in I lorida who suffered from '
{ once in two ,day f. , make more money we own our
lalaiit last .
I summer or autumn should I - -
When the malarial \iilim I is bitten, farms and live' in the midst of plenty
oluntal'lly't'port to the
ESTATE family phy-
: bthe Anoph..)"-, I1IO"'IU1tohy 1 that but the winters fiierce It Is
are snowing -
1 ....mmm...m...m.m...mmm I 111"1 inn and receive adequate and proper -
\'arictand no 01 hrlhr i Illw'II I i- while I write and it malay on

INSURANCEExamination inf'I.d l with' tins gene and Income-. I trcntnunt.U completely the malarial destroyed l'l'mb"ould The the ground all winter 1 G. W G"ER" IPRIWCE$ QGENCY N ...

a carrier of the disease to a11'" human I You who do not know cannot . t
VnopheU returning in March orpI'lJ
i of Titles a \utim The piotess, 01 the tcle '\ ,, .\ imagine the amount of labor it takesin
for her usual summer campaign, Successor to Arthur E. Donegsn Agency
as the( doctors all it, I is a toni I the !Bummer time to procure feedto

\.L Specialty. l'at..d.ol1l'', which takes a page 01 ordinary Would he nuisance seduced to and the would rank of lose an feed the stock through the winter Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246

t mole of a good sized book and sevvial I here. ---
; : Corresoondence Solicited. piistigt an a fearsome. disease tar
-I I interesting pictures to describeto I net. I For inasmuch as the weather Wishing you and the people of your General Insurance Busmen, representing the strongest and most

t -- i a lajman, hut it j is thoroughly understood I i (londUioni throughout the South count a happy and prosperous year Reliable companies.We .

and it works through onegeneiation I will dose
4r while allowing the mosquito to hibernate -
I after another of the germs all Yours truly, will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency ,
I'4'.C. actually destroy the malarial

1 GRIFFIN as smoothly as a hundred dollar germ> 111 the insect, PO that it is necessary I L. C. Chambers without change-Your patronage is respectfully solicited.

watch. -
: for the mosquito to become
It works so exactly and each stepin infected again from in the human Mother (sternly-Young man, I \i,
'. Staple and( Fancy all germs -II .
to --- ---- -
the -
I process IH so necessary -- ---- --- - -
carrier before she can further want to know just how serious are

.' the lest of this cycle that if once it I Plead, the disease in man. The importance jour intentions toward my daughter? T. N. CLARK. Treasurer J. IL LINDSEY, Secretary t
GROCERIES IK broken at any stage the hum isinteriupted THE '
4 I and significance of freeingman Daughter's voice (somewhat agi- ,
is that the
and the result
from the germs in the winter tated-Mamma) Mamma! He's not

\ disease IH stopped If the mosquito I irionthare painfully evident With the one-Puck.! I Opt i m US Furniture

t this particular Anopheles which works

'., Free Delivery to all Parts I only dunng the late afternoon and I this'accomplished be banished ,from malaria Florida would unlessit forever "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" t.

of the City: night hours (for mosquitoes that bite
;: should l he reintroduced from out- Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort and
in the day time .are usually only the I ManufacturingCOMPANY
,r I side sources It would be worth some Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and eched-
fi Culex-the rain barrel of the salt
where from( ten million to a hundred ule of steamers Suwanee and Corona
marsh mosquitoes-and they are merely -
What' Is the difference between sheep I nuisances and are not carriers of million dollars to have ,this brought plying between Fort Myers Vnd Fort

in i M.r. and In our nhonT about and te have the wide, wide Lauderdale via the famous Caloosahatchee. -

disease germs) could be got rid of, world know that_ it had been done.It Lake Okeechobee Everglades and FURNITURE OFFICE FIXTURES, CABINET WORK, ETC

,r 1 malaria would cease. If the malarial GENERAL CARPENTER CONTRACTING 'I
y seems something like a dream Drainage Canals. The most wonderful
{ raI patient could be so protected by careful Estimate Application. T. L. CURRY Mfr.
I or the millenium, too vast and too scenery in America. Wild bird on ,
screening that no Anopheles could
y' l ? k +...Pr rood to l be realized. without a fcpecialnteiMntion and game life in profusiqn Seminole
& bile him and carry the germs to other '
of Divine Providence, Indians and alligators. 42-tf
humans, the disease" would .
jut it Is practicable in the future Its I
Both the mosquito apd the human
.a".1 possibility ih asserted l by the medical I Okiawaha\ Nurseries have the finest I
to the \
me necessary
I profrsIOn; and this judgment is hacked strain of Pineapple Orange trees war- II
I malana, soil if either. is lacking \ QUALITYPICTURES
cycle is broken beyond I''pair. If. l hy what han been actually brought ranted to produce strictly fancy fruit.

iU>out against conditions more un- Oklawaha Nurseries Fla.
Tangerine ,
a finally, the germ may he eradicated
7] ra\orallc' } than those in Florida and ona Write for catalog. 2-4t I ;
from the systems of those who are = I
stale so wide and so large ai t<'
4 S sufferers from the disease, malaria
? nsjit success here. Its successful 1
36Iw : would become a thing of the past in -I II
a outcome will depend upon the peopl.hcmselves ).' Always the Bed and
: any section, state 01 country ill which

r s c Just the name! the remedy had been applied thoroughly EXPERT PIANO i Cleanest Motion Show iChildren's .
Will '
without I
they and
1fIY .1 Ff 'y. and honestly.This help voluntarily -
the enactment and enforcement Matinee Saturdays and Holidays 6:30 P. M. :
is not theoiv' it fact and
> / -- is a TUNINGSpecial
--- .-- ", of special legislation compelling their
3 P. M. Other P. M. !
a proven fact. A systematic ( - "
.4 operation' ?
paign, boxed on I this knowledge, .an"1. attention to all makes of I
Its'"Sheep" the r 1ief I
on range I made in the Panama Canal Zone Instruments
11)4 t And on the Hill tops."Sheep" tier the splendid leadership of (un.\\ .society man was talking about anheiress Charge for tuning $3.90, for next

mud William C, : The 30 days.
Corgas "
t in the who had married count.
pastures a Out
of town orders solicited.R.
; r The number of for each
I4 i eases one "Well aj any rate said he, "the girl '
But here
r I its 'Mutton Chops'If thousand of the population was reclucid ', D. FAIRMAN
seemed convinced that the count
Phone 202 Box 197
: from HJ1 in l'! oi.(;, to 110 in liHVj! "
unworthy motives. Kissimmee, Fla. SUPERIOR SERVICE

; If you should'call for "SheepChops" iml the number of deaths for each Dont you know,' a friend said to COURTEOUS TREATMENT

1 we would be apt to i thousand l inhabitants, from 80"! to her .some months before the wedding, .
fotTi tenths of '
( one '
--- --
c'on't! :rou know that the count is simply
} smile. Ask for Mutton Chops In Italy. the home -malaria, thereduction '
Ai for so
Y ; marrying y< your money, .
3* t ; 1 you will find them nice for achange. of deaths from the diseasewas 'that he can pay his bills?' "The Old Reliable"PLUMBING

from 1901, to 4.H71 in 'Nonsense!' she 'The count
\ replied. TIN SHEET IRON
$i ; 1901;, sixt\ -fne per eent At Is- thinks of his bills'."- ,
4 never paying
of six thousand inhabitants AND METAL SHOP
I malia a town New York Tribune. Test the Value

--- along the Suez Canal 2.250 cases

.. occurred in li)00 and only :17 in 1905
IF "iOUii CHILI lt O 08S, ,
.. .. .
H. IIT. \" !!%c Maaerr.r4

RULL BASS MARKET I" practical annihilation of the disease. FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook I.rdl g l.B A... 2T Stewart, A.r.bB r

f At the annual meeting of the South Ofaer .. J44--3 H... lh... 344- LI of saving by making a deposit each
Medical Association at ,
ern Lexington
4: + ORDIA BASS, Manager I I I
Kentucky last CII. the Florida delegates Mother! If tongue Is \\* eRr' n full line ufKt PLUMBING week in the Citizens Bank of Kis-
S'PL.ICII..t all tlmeii No job too
little bowel with "Cali-
I advocated a campaign throughthe \ 1 large or too mull to our promptnttentton .
Q. ,I; I j(r Southern states for the complete I fornia Syrup of Figs." In the r..llahf.'iC'.II""h; years we I simmee. It will not be very long

S5L R. . .-0- .. . . ... . ... 1 .eradication of malaria They presented have the built Plumbing a good and Metal reputationIn bualnena before you will find that your sur-
which has enabled ua to our
their ideas and the association Mothers aaa raP MCT ,f..... gams took ... well a. our help
Fleming, named commission with a Florida "California Syrup or FIRS" because In We' handle none but the genuine plus fund has climbed to consider-

prigg doctor as chairman to plan and inaugurate a few bourn all the clogged-up waste
I \sour bile and fermenting food gently STAM! >AHI1 t.HBKN AM (.OI.O able proportions. Your accountis

f I", 11: war against the disease. moves out of the bowel, and you bave LABEL GUARANTEED
Y' f i;; CLEANING The plans have not yet been fully : a well playful child again. "ORC'ELA.cJI: : ENAMEL' : : WAHK' invited.

'I .... *, PRESSING matured for they involve a lot of I Sick children needn't be coaxed to In connection with out PlumbIng shop

t 1) I education of the people and that takes take this harmless -fruit laxatl we.- we have a complete and up-to-date
DYEING "- MllllODi of mothers keep/ U. handy be- TIN BIIEHT IRON *.4 MKTAE. SHOP I
money. But with ample'means and We cary a full line of Copper; Bright I
know Us actn the)
f l'r' REPAIRING the cause they on Tin Plate, Roofing Smokeatack Iron, Arthur I E. Donegan P. K. Weaver
earnest ,
co-operation of those who
( : stomach liver and bowels Is promptand Ktc Qalvanlaed Iron, all alaea and ,
:t ;- I are to be benefited directly it is aura thlekn...... Ridge Hoi I and Conductor President. Cashier.
,.,_ 'L,1a.. .....,rd .. toy house ..41 eloth Ask druggist for a 50-cont bottle pipe. We make a specialty of
?. 1I.s. wit l ... 0.1....l lor.nd r* unt d possible It is a simple but enormous your wlilclv ".... vlllav.: Cerate. Skjllcko. Ve.tllat.r. _
of California Syrup of Figs, .. Blew ttflmm .c ..*
; -1')41') SutfHfactluti Guaranteed undertaking from. the medics! stand- contain directions for, ba'tles children Lamaawv .. All 0krd- : on ..hornotice
point.It of all far by akllled meehanlca. You .need
asr and erowu ups 4 > INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
s .
l the work and we need the bualneaa o
' ,
':'.'..:444'44v..08440404: contemplates the education of the -Ad.i .-. Tour patronage Solicited (

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1:1': { UNSOPHISTICATED OSCAR x' x'X_ ,By Gregory ; :"

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'j',' TN11 BEEN PLKL ins AIL o Ylt i It iLL TBVU HIM) "TMU" a
1C[ 80xuLDAY'' wtutr Oof1t b 0" 'TWO.U"'VII' ,..I.! ,
MMV' DON't''ft O TruNk,., WRARf ovy T A nV CONHA.. PAY < Y YOtI TM T ru "I
SpLAkru'TrT .C ou.4E ,.... **e"T TO UIVKH NO TIWITORj
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\ '. ..W .New acamaay 6eaea. t
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ti from all the immediate locality is
sure to have escaped into the air.
,r When the bier formations! of Central -
I r
or western Florida, as well as the

i\ v. entire gulf coast country, were accumulating w
beneath the sea, it was
e \r
A swept over by the warm waters of
the Gulf Stream which favored the

" \ I WISH all my friends and patrons to abundant growth of marine organism ,fAN ''y'yO
and in this way the chemical basis

know that I will again open my store of oil and gas were laid. Since that ., '. I
time, the formations have been up

if ten in such a gentle manner that
with a complete stock of new goods as they have been exempt from dislo

cation. Owing to the fact that this

(1,. arrangements ate completed. The fire vast territory has been less disturbed

than other parts of the country, it

occuring in the building on Monday being has retained in a the measure oil in the unknown lower formations to I i 70 /, ,

the cause of the loss of my stock from tains other the countries largest and store probably of oil in con-the T I' E #

world. It i is now believed by
many _
water used in extinguishing the blaze. I who are interested in oil, in different I q Ho

ways, that it will be but a short time

when' the greater portion of the world's'|'
supply of oil will be produced from ;
this extensive territory.
While it Is my belief that oil and

gas will, in the near future, be pro- '

: URPRISE duced in large quantities In your
.. Citrus Growers
state, Ido not wish to create the Impression :'
s that it Is only necessary to -,- -!
TORE drill to the required depth to find it, Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ONETIME U now ready.. :'
i ror the reason that in Florida, as in I It tells what fertilizer to use, how much, whento-apply, and many
all oil fields so far discovered, the otter valuable points on grove management r
", 116 Broadway Kisfimmee, Fla. same oil accumulation in, paying I Send for copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soils and. ,Lisiei 1, '

t quantities will prevail While oil and I Its Ferns and Effects "
'\ exists to a limited extent throughout '
gas '
stance, there must have been sufficient been retained in it. To retain the all oil fields!, its accumulation in '
EXPERTS SAY j Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers,
amount of organic matter deposited oil and gas, requires that the lower'strata profitable quantities depends Upon I '
in the lower strata to afford or oil bearing formation, must the structure of the oil bearing for- I JACKSONVILLE FLA..

THERE IS OIL AND the basis for the production of oil, have remained closely sealed for the mation known as anti-clinal fold,

n a.nd the necessary chemical action ages since they were formed. For which is.a slight bending of the for- ,;

must have taken place, and the strata, whenever a rent or break in the'for mation.upward, supposed to be caused i
GAS IN FLORIDAAT or oil bearing formation must be so- mation has been formed, reaching to by the. dynamic force attending the = ,

constituted that the oil and gas have or near the surface, the oil'and gas settling of''the earth's :.crust' ,These << """I'"'''
> ahtl-clinals 'or archas,,/serve as reservoirs .

OF FEET to collect the' oil which has
I I. formed in the surrounding territory;

they may be small or very large and aP
IMPOSSIBLE TO FORECAST THE irregular! in form. Where the sur- Viyi
I rounding territory is impregnatedwith JOB- -
oil, it is forced by salt, or other
WHEN FINDING OF OIL LADIES' SUITS cause, to accumulate in the anti-cli- { Y
BECOMES A REALITY. nals or arches. .AND

Any force strong enough to bend jl j
upward the oil bearing formation, ne- |
It is with much pleasure we prirrt !
AT 25 Per Cent DISCOUNT cessarily bends the formation in the'
the following letter, as it treats upon "
whole series above it, .so that these
subject that is now engaging the
arches, or anti-clinals, are frequently -
attention of our people:
revealed by strata in place, and i iE
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-- --
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can. often be located by the experienced -
Findlay, 0., Jan. 19, 1914. alnd careful observer, when these I \1
I Mr. R. E. Barnd, Kissimmee, Park, r ..
. ... happen to be exposed in the vtcWiity| Y ..
1 Fla. where such anti-clinals exist. The ,
Just few left I
Dear Sir: Referring to your kind a converse of this is also true, viz: thata 1 .

rsj4 favor of recent date, in which you flexure of the upper strata indicates .
,1 ask my opinion as to oil and gas prospects unerringly a bending of the whole'' IS NO telling whenjust such a condition may COD

:l t in Florida, will say: I am of the series below It, forming a syn-clinal. front you. No man's position is absolutely I secure. #

opinion that oil and gas will eventu- We are going to close I It is my opinion that the j I''
ally be discovered in large quantities oil in Florida will prove to be numerI I
I NOW lay little aside each week adversitywill
to a
.. in certain portions of your elate. As ous, and frequently very .extensive If you begin ;
.: to your immediate locality, I would these out in the next few and somewhat well defined, and possibly -I hold no terrors for you for there will be no adversity, I

. judge, from Its location on the map, exceed in production of oil any '

that the chances for oil and gas days beginning territory so far discovered. I THIS BANK will gladly accept your depowU--even if it's I 6. ,
would, to say the least, be fairly It is impossible to forecast the only a dollar at a time and will pay you 4 per cent interest on, .
good at a depth of from 300 to,3500 things that will happen to Florida, I savings. ; j

..;/, feet. My investigations of Floridaas when the finding of oil in large quan- your l
J: ,''7 ', to its being prospective oil and tities matures to a reality. Favoredas
Married single fanuly or ne family, awe it
MONDAY JANUARY 19TH.until or yen -
gas territory, have been confined to ,the state is with an ideal location,
the entire central and western portion and a climate unsurpassed, with a t. yourself to start a bank account rifkt ..W. h

of the state, and not to any one I hundred and one !advantages, Florida ," hv

particular locality, leaving this to be I would at once leap into such a

done in thee near future, when .expect they place of prominence and prosperitythat 'i
to make a careful personal investigation the most optimistic of her citizens -
of several localities T havein have never dreamed.
sold. Be first and .
view in your state, and with a are .* With kind regards, I remain STATE BANK OF
view of locating, if possible, some Sincerely yours,
valuable oil territory. get the pick of these.l&fANFORDCO.. H. T. LEE.

In forming an opinion as to the NOTICE KISSIMMEE

possibility of oil and gas existing Ii. Patrons of this office are advisedto (

any large area of territory, such as provide a receptacle for mail at )
Florida for instance, there are quitea 7 near the front door. Carriers J
number of things that must be , Capital $50.000.00 .,.., I{
,. not allowed to leave mail at side or "
taken into consideration( upon which I I rear dooR. No patron will be served Surplus 30000.00, Depositors Security $))30jOW.Oq: ,.
to base such an opinion, such as the f "
; I unles she for '
provide some mean .Officer and Directors *
origin of oil in,the country in which ;
,[ of mail at the
your opinion is fa,be'given, Ib';.trat- ; ; .. front disposing door. Service starts or. February near C A. CARSON PresL J. M. LEE. Vic PreeLfD:

era hle conditions. ; subsequent' }his : 1, 1914; M.;'KATZ. god Vke Pre.t "

tory-of lower formations, *present geoJlogical B. B. 1(. = : '
'' -*,* : 8IMPSQN.P. ROMA THOMAS."Assistant, CasLierrV f/ '
: condlU01 ;;.. welt as1anitt) r ,KxSS ni iEE FLORIDA '. : t ,.:'J.
conditions,necessary to make"the ex. .. It i isit't much'trouble to become fa. T M

isience of oil and gas, in. very profitable at mous)lf. you, barer money and a hustling > I

#!' quantities,, possible. For in-: (:'press agent .. ., ., ,
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IT "' .1 master,. Glsucus, and her terrible suffer: .
The Kissimmee Valley_ Gazette: LAbIEsOF
feting when, she tears lone has won his : ,

PUBLJIIHJIID! EVERY: FRIDA.'t OFFICE IN VALLETcQA2ETTEr.WLDING.IU88IMME1. : heart are all' brought out with telling .
b8CEQLA, COUNTY". FWRIDA. 1 truth. The tragic/ results of her efforts -

:$: 'W., B.'fR1PLETCw HARRIS ' .. -rY.- y e . .. ". . taDd. . Manager Owne I love philtre his the love wicked with Arbaces the use of gave the, CIVIC LEAGUE '1 See Our Line ,of Beatiful: ; rL

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'-,:_ ",_; _. = =- : t* ? f land which destroys "Glaucus reason, 4i
( SUBSCRIPTION RATES?One eepr, one year _.....(.tlhse< ill dramatically illustrated. And tha.-
_ .T One copy three month*. :.40
OB zmonths I
.' ? --- _. . .' I final episode showing the awful catastrophe CO-OPERATE '
All communications, except from our authorised correspondents, mu.t biIKned of the eruption of Vesuvius

", ... by the matter wrlt.r.Rejected will.._. not_. be__returned__ ._ _unless u_ called__for.___ with its clouds of ashes, flame and ----' i Lithographed tl
:smoke, completely destroying Pompeii -
>Bntered at the PostofTlc/ In Klsslmmee, Florida as aeoond.clss.'mail matter.
._ is repl'ducedyit.. spectacular
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1914. I grandeur that is awo Inspiring and

=. -- -- .. -.- I impressive. Taken as a whole it is I
of the most remarkable photo
dramas that has ever been produced. .
+I 'I Mr. Kleine's production of "The Last
The time has arrived when arrangements must be made to hold a city I
'" : be nOAItD"O'" TRADE PAYS
Pays of Pompeii" will the attrac- Calendars
ri'' primary, if such\ primary is to be held. The election fpr city officers taken I tion at the Dixie Theater soon. OVER ITS PORTION. I

place the last of March, and the successful candidates will aftsume office the I I,

; first Tuesday in April. CASES TRIED' Mr. II. E. Swabey appeared before ..'

The primary last year proved most successful, und wax the means of the Ladies Civic League of Kissim- I

doing away with much of that bitter feeling that had been injected into the IN COUNTY COURT mee on Tuesday, January 13th, and y (
addressed a few words to them concerning -
i campaigns in former years. the coming fair at Orlandoon ;

This year it will be necessary to elect a mayor, two councilmen, a "'erk'j THE; FOLLOWING CASES HAVE February 17th to 21st, inclusive, Blotters and ;

marshal and far but few have 1111 nil un.1
a treasurer and a so men SO FAR BEEN DISPOSED OF and asked them to co-operate with

selves as candidates for the petitions. '' AT THIS TERM. the Fair managers in helping to collect I

There is no law governing the holding of thin primal, it 1 being .htuctly I and display an exhibit for the
I home department. lie also pointedout
white man' agreement, but the committee appointed last year, have filII'
a State vs. William Yates, two cases; the benefits to, be derived from a
in the matter, and can call an election and levy the assessment without
power improper use of dangerous weapons; friendly competition between the surrounding -
any further authority on the part of inir people or the hol.hll"f any continued for term. I counties, and expressed the I I Post Cards I

!, t meeting of citizens I :State vs. Gill Thomas, assault and hope that the coming fair would be

l We would suggest to the committee that hey lake action/ in this matter I buttery\ ; continued for term. the means of engendering a warm
I State vs. W. H. Weaver, selling brotherly and sisterly feeling between
without further delay.
I liquor in dry county; nol pressed. our neighbors. He further
'' Waters & Carson Grocery Co. vs. brought to their notice that they now :

it1 : ENTERTAINMENTP' SPLENDID LECTUREBY Thomas !Drake and R. I). Waring, had a favorable opportunity to display ,1

damages $400; continued. some of the civic pride for which .

AT CHAPTER HOUSE RABBI SIMON State vs. James. Tindall, et al., larceny they are justly noted.
; tried and found not guilty. The managers have invited the I Samples Ready

State' vs. Simon Kizer': larceny; Civic leagues of Kissimmee and St.
} PROVED GREAT SUCCESS ANI TOLD OF THE ACCOMPLISH: : plead guilty. Cloud to each select and send a lady 1 i 1l l

.WAS ATTENDED, BY LARGE MENTS.;'; THE IIOI'ES11);'; State vs. Marion Johns, aggravated representative to Orlando to look after 1j

NUMBER. i THE PERSECUTIONS OF assault; tried and found not guilty. the home department of the ex- j
State Calvin Buckels I hibit. The of these ladies ,
THE JEWISH RACE. : vs. aggravatedassault \ expenses Ij
; tried and found not guilty. while at the fair will be paid out of
/ .
'", f Part 1. Mother Goose characters I __ 1 1I I State vs. Charlie Montsdoca, assault the general fund.

'p in costume. I, On Saturday night January. IOth'1( and battery; continued for the The fair managers have flown their
i t ,. Mother Goose-Violet Bullock. Kahl Simon, a Christian .lev., and a term. banner to the breeze across Broadway The Kissimmee Valley

i t I Boy Blue and Bo Peep-Lucille/ I member of the Baptist. church in Tampa I State vs. Sam I.esesne, gambling; between the State Bank and

{ ,: Downing and Margaret Stanford. I spoke to un interested audience I continued to next term. Dann & I ann'n grocer ystore. A request [
;I t Old Mother Hubbard-Totsie Prcn-I in the Christian. church. Me spoke I State vs. J. L. Johns aggravated is made on this banner for exhibits -

..f: u. I entertainingly of the history of the assault; continued to next term. for the coming fair, and required I

i Speech-Helen Winn. Hebrew race; of their accomplishments I State vs. Rebeca Thurman, selling information will be cheerfully Gazette Kissimmee.

Jack and Jill-Lottie Clark and I of their persecutions. and of whiskey in dry county; tried and found given by A. E. Thomas, secretary for ,

Dot Makinaon.. I their hopes. lie asserted that a Jew I guilty. the managers.

+ Milkmaids-Norma Griffin and Lucille needs no conversion in the Christian. : State VK. James O'Berry, killing The County School Board was approached -

Downing. I sense of the term, as the Gospel was game out of season ; tried and found I while in session on Tues- I'
Queen of Hearts-Grace Gilbert to the first, and all they are I not guilty. day last by Mr. Swabey, who asked I

s ; Tommy Tucker-Carol Makinson. scripturally required to do is to re- State vs. L. B. Drawdy, assault and for an advertisement on school sub -

i .Old Witch-Elizabeth Ledbetter. pent. He said that all the battery continued for the term. jects to help defray the publicationof __ __
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-i, r Curly Locks-Evelyn Hensley.f were Jews, as were the ap08t1ell.\\ \V. II. Johns \s. R. A. Reed, damages a descriptive pamphlet of Osceola _

? Nancy Etticote-Helen Winn. gelists and the writers of the booksof ; continued and set for trial county now being compiled by Messrs.
N' Old King Cole-Gordon Bullock. the BIble. Most of the membersof March 3. Swabey and Thomas. The School ,

Song, "Baby, Baby"-Totsie Pren-i' the early church were Jews. The State vs. Frank Coleman, selling Board donated $15.00 toward this good I Just a Few of

tta. I religion Christ taught was their re- whiskey in dry county; tried and work and, as the business men have I
r ,,1 Miss Muffett.-Margaret Lee. ligion. It was in the early days of found guilty. also given it generous: support, the

Jack Homer-Arthur Bullock. the church that a compromise was i State vs. James Cole, aggravated booklet will be illustrated by half- The Things We Carry

\" Bo Peep-Margaret Stafford. made by which idols were introduced. assault; thrown out because of de- tone cuts of prominent scenes and
"? Song, "Three Blind Mice"-TotsiePrentis The Jews then separated from the\ fects in information. public buildings throughout the county -

: Elizabeth Ledbetter, Evelyn church because they would worship State vs. Ruby Jones, larceny; set and will be issued in the form ofa -- -- .
Ilensley. only the true God. They were then for trial Jan. 16. handsome souvenir 'and given awayto .
"Sing a ''Song; of Sixpence"-King, persecuted. They hid in 'cells and all visitors. "

Arthur Bullock J Maid, Margaret cages to escape if possible. Rabbi The Kissimmee Board of Trade Bibles Books .

l'' Winn; Blackbirds, John ,Lee Hunt Simon then recited the long list of : COMMISSIONERSIN has paid into the hands of Dr. T. M. ,r.. "

f r jt ,Ledbetter. I Jewish persecutions which followed.He EXtRA Rivers,' treasurer of the fair man- Stationery Magazines :. .

Mary Mary, Quite Contrary- Jo spoke of the present persecutionsin SESSIONL. agers, $250.00, being their portion of

", ,17dakin.on' Paul Reuter. i l Russia and other countries. the general fair fund. Now, to secure Post Cards Pictures ..

4, Speech-Lottie Clark. Rabbi Simon became interested in 'I ". a characteristic display of the i j

: Betsy Baker, Mattie Stanford. I the conditions of the Hebrews in FARMER, APPOINTED CAP-I resources of Osceola county, all those I Artist Supplies Office Supplies

; ',J Go to Bed-tableau by Clare Sue New YOlk City, and became convinced TAIN OF CONVICTS I who have the welfare of our county

'f Ledbettor, Margaret Winn, Helen that Jews became criminals because WORK TilE ROADS. at heart are earnestly requested to I School Supplies

r n :' .. k Winn. I Christ had not been preached to them I take a personal interest in forward-
', ; : I Part II. ing exhibits to the secretary as soon I
; lie said that his people freeze in the
The Board of County Commissioners Mail Orders Filled
rt... i i : t: Piano Solo, Miss Ruby Ellis.r North in winter;; roast in summer, met in adjourned session yesterday I as possible, and to bear in mind that PromptlyWennerSawyer
e ; '" Vocal Solo, Miss Alma Griffin. without their co-operation the Fairis
and all the time. This
are hungry morning at 9 o'clock, and transacted :
:) Reading, Mrs Earl Lupfer. i to failure, no matter
he said in reference to the poor Jews. certain business that came over from sure prove a
..Vocal Solo, "Little Boy Blue"-Mrs. how conscientiously the fair man-
lie is in the stat securing sites for the regular session of the week before I
e %::1''Edgar Oliver. colonization purposes. He promised -. ,, agers and secretary perform their
+ ly The entertainers were, Mrs. J. M. duties.
those in New York that he would seek Chairman E. L. Lesley and Commissioners -
'l Willson, Jr. Mrs. W. B. Makinson All the of the county
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\ congenial places for them, where they O. R. Bass and A. F. Bass newspapers
y i + : and Miss Elizabeth Carson. might live, organize manufacturing made a trip to Campbell for the pur- have agreed: to have a press day at J Book and Stationery Store '
t \ The Chapter House was filled with enterprises and become educated. lie of inspecting the right of the fair, when they will issue and

i l\'j1; a brilliant crowd-ladies, men and I II said the Jew expects the Messiah, andif for pose the new road that will lead to way the give away a "booster" edition con- 26 Broadway Kissimmee, Florida
I children, who were charmed with the cerning the localities which they
represent S
he can find a happy place for them, Polk county line, and after approv-
ati delightful program which was presented where peace will reign, he can teach ing the route purchased, the right of Friday, February 20th, has 0 8- -- 0-

to them. Numerous encores them of the Messiah, and then the way through that village for the sum been selected for this purpose.VALLEY -
i'brought the! players-back on the stage Messiah would really come to themin of $300.

again and again. that peaceful place, not body,
I in I. R. Farmer was named as captain GAZETTE
1 '+ The features of the performance as they expect, but in spirit. of the convicts the county leased .
t was the acting'of! Mrs. Willson's dog, I I
i lie closed with an earnest appeal for from the state to work the roads, he OFFICIAL ORGAN
+ i $ i iaaw, which took the part of Mother'Hnbbard's the .
of the
prayers people.SEE to receive the sum of $75 per monthas MACH BROTHERS GARAGE
? I
-i> s dog in a most intelligent
salary and $15 traveling
as expense. -
s manner. Hi. directions were given COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD WITHOUT -
ov ; C. V. Simpson, J. F. King
Ji him ,by his mistress in the Seminole J DISSENTING VOTE SO
.c tongue, which he clearly understood. THE LAST I und J. L. Britt were named as day DESIGNATES THIS =_-:- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT =
guards at salaries of $35 month t1-
: per r
!,.,.s.4, K''if'I''Humes(The splendid and rhymes Mother were Goose under panto-the DAYS OF POMPEII I and board, and K. L. Britt appointed PAPER. Agency for the Famous '

f 'W: auperviiion of Miss Virginia Makinson night: guard at a salary of $50 per Recognizing the good work the Val-
month and board. J. L. Ashton
i4 5V:aid It' li to be hoped that Miss MakinjiaoH THIS EXCELLENT;'; PICTURE WILL appointed as special guard. was ley Gazette has done to build up and
will be persuaded te repeat these make prosperous this favored county, ,
I i HE SHOWN! Al' TilE DIXIE The Board adopted one resolutionthat
Crold. time melodies some other time and especially its friendship to the
If --when: even a larger audience can en- THEATER SOON.It was not only eminently proper, public schools, the School Board at its I t1JjilIIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIttIJJIjIJIIIIIII1I! lIIIID 1
"' but which should and will receive'tho
f oy' them I I meeting adopted it as the Board'sofficial
+r Is to hear that the it nearly hundred approbation of every lawabiding man 1914.
> ; jit; gratifying a J year l'ago organ: for the year
''V antertainment netted a' nice sum, that Lord Bulwer Lytton wro"- "The in the county, and -that was to grant: The Valley Gazette has been the I

t :i4'which is much appreciated by the Last Days of Pompeii" and during no license to men to carry firearms. official organ of the School Board for

,2 tJ'JdI.; : .,.of" the Chapter... House all that time it has survived as one ADVERTISED LETTERS. I many years and the action on Tuesday I
I?), .' "_ of the greatest romantic novels in is evidence that this paper's efforts 4 4r
t4 ; ,-, -LIBRARY. NOTES \ the world of literature, and still holds have met the approval of the
!I' Remaining the Postofflee at Kisaiminee -
u i "41 d: f ,* '-- I marvellous fascination for hosts of Uncalled For, guardians of our children's training.We .
e K1s.imnse.. Library at the Chapter.I readers. Mr. George Kleine has just assure the members of the ,
January 5th, 1914. :,41jH!! !! ;Ijl
.( iilionq 'a'openbft; Mondays, Wednes-, produced a photo drama of the novel Advertised list for the two weeks School Board that we appreciate their .' :'i'fa'? +l ''i. .
r:' and Saturdays of each week from I which will doubtless live for many ending January 11, 1914. continued friendship and confidence, 1:iti !i j qj 3ipir! iitiEiii! ;
: ... hundred years to come and be shownupon I and will in the future in the f:j"i f. < R i
'to''fip.; aa past ?
r1 Dcebehlirr. Cha.. Redding Cha (J) ! .'1 few books are being added fromI'to' I the screen ages hence as evioence BUM, Arnold Roberts. I M exert every effort toward the advancement
Davis. Mrs Ma Scott. Miss Ida
I time. For $2 any' one canjm I of the wonderful development Fcrrell. Master SchHTman. Mr. W of Osceola county's best interests -

: V;* ;member of the library foi. ''of the art of photography i io tKeac!I Frowa Wald fej r F \Spencer' R Charles and especially ,its splejtdid\ s \

,'year,':or:. $1 for six months. Non, I I times. Mr. Kleine'a pnoduction was I Fulton tie Mrs Mat- Stokes. J B: public, schools. .
Thomas Mr. Ha-
;r lents ciao take out books for flv.I made in Italy and visualizes all the I OrabU Mrs MlV mat I
''estehr boob to be retained terltf I most important incidents of the storj, Qoodwln.. W il Thomas Frank ''WANTED TO RENTOttag: of"s

,_ .Y Gill., ,dalt.d.\--.A11.strangers in Uu. '' with vivid realism The, heart rend" Oliver oeorWllllame.I H = Wood. Jobnnl.Howard MissKirk to 5 rooms in suburbs. Cash in advance. Repair Work and Supplies of All Kinds
James r
.welooms to visit, our ChapteiI I|leg tale of the great love of the blind I Iamb. Mr. I J z.r..el Miss, Cyn- Apply to F. F. Cummings,

'\ i( II I flower girl, Nydia, for her handsonK Mitchell Reid Mrs Mrs Emma L, R .Quinton tits Gore! Carson' Grocery Co. 4-ltpd
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,FRIDAY; ,JANUARY 1C, 1"14.' _. ..;? ''THE KISSIMMEE ''VALLEY _'GAZETTE" ' w ,I' PA6t' TrY .

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:1MB KIB6BBKE VALLEY GAZETTE Henry Sasendery Sheridan, Neb,, I Cot lieb! Menu, of Arcadia, former*-j 1.l P. A. Vans Agnvw left tais '!;mot' RODNEY ,SNYDER GOOD WOW K''; Of w '

:. $< Telephone JJ .lC: passed through the city on, ly of ttiis city, returned here on 'Mon.- Ing, 'for ,a business trip to FelUmere
) en route for $t. Cloud. MondaY'i day 'o 'a (ew days., He says ''be''U J. ,C: Palmer' of '''Windermere was :SLVEREIY'IINIURED ; .'

1./t,.:, I Henry)' Hart-ell! formerly !anxious to get back; jto Kissimmee and I transacting business in the city this ,'

.,a't Published Every Friday1{ "By gy C-e'k"a: now; of', : ;; settle here per"taently- ,Week, tChildren's { I" *- A

;' "W. M. UAKK1S. ange county,,was In.toVn Tuesda'y1., ''1: ,W., 0., GreenkwaU.of' ,Elizabeth.J. N:' 'Dutch hair cut, shampooing 119 ARM'' 'CAUGHT' IN ENGINE PREVENTS. A MOST, DISASTROUS, \ ; '.

it", ; : . 'E. D. Hogan of the Loughman post-, ., Is here this week looking over this I' and, waving, head massage,' at' ( AND'. FRIGHTFULLY FIRE=:THREE FIRMS LoSE, 1.,"
l'i\\:" I I office force catr1 up Saturday and ,I section with. i' view; :,to establishing ,your home:. Miss Bralnerd, phone: 78 MANGLED. STOCKS OF1 GOODS. t ru

1,1 took the civil service examination. winter home, and Is 'delighted with 1.I 4-11 .. ,
Moseley left Tuesday ; both climate and Thomas Hetherington and family -
; :'Weather Report Miss, Bessie" our people.
for Gotha, where -she. will spend a i J. B. Barr, of Davenport, Ia., and I Iof .St. Cloud,. Alberta, Canada arrivedIn The friend :;relations of Rodney Shortly before f four'o'clock' Tuesday

week's vacation with relatives and !daughter Mrs. Amos, who are spending ,, town a few days ago and- have "1. Snyder, our former marshal are. morning the siren at this water works

,' .:$ollowingantbadailytemperatures friends.* :, the winter in St. Cloud, visited j located at Shingle Creek distressed over the accident which plant told our people that fire had

and preclpltatiOD u F. P. Austin, of South Dakota-was the city on Tuesday. 'They 'were accompanied Joseph Griffith arrived'In the 'ct! ) happened'toihim oli'"rueadaf'morninlf. Broken: out in the' heart;'of"the city,.

reported b7 the Coveramentt'i' in town a few days this week, and by Mrs G: W. Harvey and I!last week from Wichita, Kans., and Rodney was employed on one of the and on Investigation the Pilley -buildIng -

station at HlsJmmee for the expects to make his permanent home her son, also of St. Cloud.A. will spend several weeks looking after Graves and Minx, fish boat t which on Broadway was found, to be- '

week ending Jan. 15, 1914. here. I A. Mclninch and wife of St. .his grove near Kissimmee. haul fish from the lower lakes to ablaze on the second floor

t 1010' IIIftD. RaIn Jno. M. Lee attended a meeting of ,Joseph, Mo., are here for the winter, Mr s. J. M. Lee was the hostess at Kissimmee. While going through the i Within ten minute from the lint; 9 t

of I making their home at the Manhattan. the "talent tea" of he of blast of the whistle, the .fire
i Friday __. ._ 76 40 _.. the Board of Trustees Sutherland regular monthly Hatchneha canal caught part I ,, boy y
Saturday _: __ 79 65 __ college, which met at Tampa on Wed- j Sid Pearce of Bassenger was in the the ladies missionary society of the his clothing on a set-screw 'which i headed by Chief Tano had th...,.- nl

Sunday .. ._ 74 61 nesday.Mr. I city Wednesday attending to business I I Methodist church, at her home on drew him to the shaft, fracturing his streams of water playing'on the Sire.

6 Monday __ 67 45 and ,Mrs. George E. White, who matters. Clyde avenue last Friday afternoon., right arm in a most severe manner. and it required but a short time'' to-

Tuesday n__ 66 47 n wintered here two years ago are I' Oklawaha Nurseries at Tangerine, I I The cement walk in front of M., He was brought up to town immediately extinguish the blaze, although doing-

l Wednesday n_ __ f9 47 -_ --I again in town intending to stay un- Florida, for genuine Carney Parson Kate's received the finishing touch and the arm was set by Dr. T. so It was necessary to practically

.. ,II Thursday ____ (lip 42 til spring. Brown orange trees, Early Conner this week. It now reaches to the 1M. Rivers. As the break is a bad one ruin the stocks of goods of The Wom
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coe of Mt I Seedless orange trees. Oklawaha out.ey curb, and has added much to doctor's opinion Is that he will an's Shop, the millinery goods of Miss

" 1000.. . .0004..' 0 0" 00 Vernon, Ohio, are stopping at the Nurseries, Tangerine Fla. Write for flu!look of that popular comer. I be unable to do anything for about Woodward and the dry goods and w

..t -- --- home -of John F. Walter 210 North j' catalog. 2-41 S For rent, suite of six rooms and J. three months. Rodney Is installedat clothing ,store of M. Marcus

. Bermuda avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert,, of Center I bath over Dann & Dann Grovery stove I the Lake House, where everythingis It is learned that neither of these t

.1''T"I Mr. and Mrs. John Bussey of Princeton burg, 0., who have .been making a I I All outside rooms, newly cal ominoJ being'done for him. firms carried anything like Insurance
: LOCAL fiELD. Kans., arrived in Kissimmee Saturday week's stay with Mrs. B. Modie and Splendid location for boarding or II I Hi /wire and family are with him sufficient to cover their loss, still all

",. and will remain here at least I uncle P. II. Rhinehart, are on their (I rooming house. Apply to H. M ''hauHig come up from Rosalie. RodnV. three are financially able to stand It.

A _ few weeks- way to New Smyrna where they ex- Breaker & Co. ".21 who is one of the gamest men The fire originated in a room on,

,. _. _. _. L". . '. _. . ". ". ". -" ". ". '" " ,7 A. E. Osgood who lived at 704 pect to remain a few days on their I Jas. W. Hatfifcld and William An," in this part of the country takes his ., the second floor, and as that entire

Heine's sour pickles, -10c, at Tay, Black street, has moved his family way home. derson have arrived in--Kissimme accident in a very cheerful manner. floor was unoccupied it appears to bean >

lor'B. 4-1 tlIeinz's to Plant City, where he has securedlucrat.ive Senator and Mrs. C. A Carson will I from Red Willow county, Neb., and i Impossibility to discover its origin .,

pickles all varieties at R.J a- position. : give a reception at their handsome I r are looking over this section with a though the general belief is that ,

Floyd's.. 48-t!i Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sears returned Handsome residence on Clyde avenuein i view to purchasing homes and locat CIVIC LEAGUE i it was incendiary. !

1 25% discount on ladies' suits atStanford's. Saturday night from Tampa where honor of their son, C. A. CarROn'j: Mrs.. L. W. Pilley, who owns thebuilding

4-2t I they attended the dedication of thenw I Jr., and bride, who were II ing.M.. Katz has had the old wooden ELECTS OFFICERSi : states that she will not at' ...'tl; ,
; of Narcoossee, was in the 5th instant at Idaho Surings. I i to it but will h
Henry Evans K. of P. hall. i awning removed from l It#) front of his tempt repair erect a

town on Saturday. I/ Mrs. W. H. Norton Mr. Cal Mc- Colo.E. store and has replaced ii! with a neat I THAT AIDED handsome two-story brick on the site. rd
Marvel Flour, new spring wheat F. Lockwood of Narcoossee wasa ( ORGANIZATION
product Cown Miss Winona Allen Mr. Steve I cloth awning, which can be rolled up
at R. S. Floyd's. 48-t1'1 Johnson and the O'Berrys were in : caller at the Gazette office yester- or lowered at will. lie1' contemplates I I GREATLY IN KISSIMMEE'S COMIC OPERETTAAT :

3 pkgs. Corn Flakes 25c at Tay frampbell last Sunday. I day and stated that one of the pleas, putting in a handsome new front to I PROGRESS.At '

lor's. 4-lt /Whittier was represented here this ores he derived from spending the his store a little later On. THE PASTIME
Zf r/i discount on ladies' suits atStanford's. week by Elmer Bass, John Baisden, winter here was reading the Valley
A party of women consisting of a well attended meeting of the
4-2 Gazette.
Lewis and Hardy Johns, Julian Montsoca -
o Cecil Prentis, the rural mail carrier and Jas. O'Berry. The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs. S. II. Bul- Civic League on the 13th Inst., the following An all home talent comic operetta'
t I lock, Mrs. II. C. Stanford Mrs. Clay elected to be for
has been ill. church will entertain at the officers were serve will given the benefit of Hart
I). Barriere, of Richfield Park, I
Johnson, Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Mrs.N. during the 1914. Memorial Chapter at the Pastime- v
f Big line of new shoes just come in., 3.J is expected to arrive here Chapter House on the evening of I year '
N'I Jan'j B. Carton went to Loughman on President Mrs. Carie Horton Mur- theater on January 23rd. The cast
F. H. Lawson. 4-lt week. Mr. Barriere has a very 21, from 7-30 to 10 o'clock. All
Saturday to spend the day with Mrs. President, Mrs. Carrie Horton Mur- as prepared assures the citizens of
W. H. Brokaw with Grifnng Broth-I/arm on Shingle creek. iting and resident Presbyterians are I I I y
I Chapman, formerly of Kissimmee. Stanford 2nd vice president, Mrs.. G. Kissimmee that a rare treat is in store
the tree people. 40-t cordially invited. A "silver offeringwill ;
ers /:A. B. Hewitt of Reading Mich., and Ii
Go to Stanford's for bargains in I who be taken. I Mr. and Mrs. McGuire, of North 'F. Kribbs; secretary Mrs. Clay John- for them and the entertainment should
J. C. Griffiths of the same place, I'
Ladies' Suits. 4-2; have been in town for a few weeks, M. D. Tindall of Runnymede and Vernon Ind. uncle and aunt of Mrs.J. son; treasurer Mrs. N. C. Bryan; library be liberally patronized. The playlet

F. I). Moore of St. Cloud was visit- lef Monday for Lakeland. Narcoossee, paid the office a visit on I K. Milliard accompanied by Miss committee Mrs. Agnes Statter ''Is entitled "Bulbul by W. Rhys and +

ing in town Saturday. I I Saturday last and reported that he Jennie Hensley Mrs. Milliard's. sister Carr and Mrs. N. C. Bryan. Herbert and M. E. Inch. rr

Marvel Flour new spring wheat i eorge L. Peavey, the effective had just moved into a brand new I are staying a few weeks at Hil- I The meetings of this society are The operetta in two acts will have

product at R. S. Floyd' 43tf' ent and explosive shoe clerk ef-I house at Runnymede. Mr. Tindall liard's Island. It is possible that Mr. held regularly on the second Tuesday the following cast of characters:

Go to Stanford's for bargains in ann's department store spent I is one of the most energetic and suc- I and Mrs. McGuire may locate here I of every month, at 3 p. m., at lamit _uuuun_ Earl Buzza

r "Ladies' Suits. 4-2 flay and Monday in Tampa. I cessful operators in the eastern partof permanently as they are delightedwith the Chapter House and members are Caspian uun____ __. G. L. PeaTY -11I

Mrs. M. C. Johnson of Campbells E. L. Pherigo returned to Went the county. this part of Florida. They will expected to attend without notice. Ida ______--__--______ Alma Griffin r

i; spent Saturday in town. Palm Beach to resume his labors withtlfo I certainly make no mistake if they BULBUL n___.___ May Herrington
The local lodge of the Junior Order -
25 Ibs. good rice, $1.00, at Taylor's. electric company, after spending stay in Osceola county. Lilla u___ __ nu__ _____ Lena Cooper 1'
I of United American Mechanics
4-lt; fo few days with his parents. has offered a beautiful prize, a ten .Hon. Pat Murphy who claims Jack OIL COMPANY Alain ____________n__ Dr. Simpson +'

f ,.. H. I R. Overstreet left for points to C. Vail of Arlington, Neb., who is dollar watch fob with the lodge em- sonville as his home, but who actually Doss)' ___nn_______ Glenn'BussaJnstso al

the south Saturday on buisness. interested in orange; groves in this hails from anywhere earth ELECTS OFFICERS .__--.____--__.W."O. Hankin :
on was .
blem on it, to the member who secures
Maarvel Flour, new spring wheat yfcinity, arrived in Kissimmee Friday I the largest; number of candidates be- in the city Monday in the interest of I Maids of Honor, Housemaids Paddlers -

product at R. S. Flo d's. 43tf''aid will remain for some time. tween now and July first. "Murphy's Guide Book," which is soon Court Attendants. '
Mrs. M. L. Waring, after a brief I C. W. WARD HEADS THE LIST;
Just arriver, the latest styles in I' I to be issued from the press of E. O. i Announcement of sale of ticket
4-1-, /jRit here with her parents, Mr. and There will be no entertainment in i I WITH C. A. CARSON IN CHARGE will be made later.
Oxfords. F. H. Lawson. Painter Co., at Deland. Pat was not !
Mrs. Jno. M. Lee, returned to her i the Chapter House on next Tuesday OF THE FINANCES.The .
Mrs. Geo. Ivey of Shingle Creek I talking politics this trip, but stated i '
home at Lakeland this week. evening, but everybody is cordially i li
was visiting in town Saturday.Miss he would be in the game in time to
Eulah S. Jordan of Davenport Just received a shipment of ladies invited to be present the following interest the candidates before the first annual meeting of the MemLfers of the Woman's League,

I ,- spent Saturday in town. Oxfords. at H. C. Stanford Co. 4-lt Tuesday, January 27th, when Mrs. second Tuesday in June. directors of the Pennsylvania Oil were entertained on Tuesday. night
Rfann and Mrs. Ellis hostesses
will act
I C. H, Funk of Milliard's Island was II. C. Stanford Co. ill just in receipt and an evening of pleasure as will- Jno. M. Lee had aa his guests on a Company was held at Vans Agnew at the Chapter.HOUM by, Mrs W. J.

,: a visitor to the city on Monday, of a larg shipment' of ladies be sure. trip to Southport Tuesday morninglion. & Crawford's offices on Wednesday S. Carr and the High School. orches

. F. M. Smith of Hawkinsville, Ga., Oxfords.' 4.1t1 C. A. Carson and Hon. Jas. G. The .directors of the company 'are rL' '. ii
Elder J. II. Moore office editor of
is here on a prospecting trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dann and I I Johnson the latter gentleman being C.: W. Ward F. G. Popeney C. A. The orcheatra performed in a most-
The Messenger, of Elgin 111.,
Gospel ,
Maurine Mr. and Mrs. H. ; ;
daughter, I
L. E. Young of New Orleans arrived from Nashville, Tenn., of which : Carson, W. A. McCool, R. W. Meikle- creditable manner, and Mr. DeWitt +
passed through the Mondayon I
city on
E.: Cole and Miss Gladys Crawford M. M. Monahan and G. K. Kribbs. who conducts deserves the
in tovVn Friday. city he is the attorney of the council. jon, Brown ,
his to Sanford. The elder] said.
Just arrived, the latest styles in motored over to St. Cloud Sunday. way They greatly enjoyed the outing, and The following officers. were elected:' highest commendation for the high *
that he had two places in view when
Law- / alter Green has opened a shoe /i C. W. Ward president F. G. Po. standard which he has this
pants for men and boys. F. II. I Mr. Johnson remarked that if he had I ; to brought
he to Florida Kjstis and Kis-
came -
4-lt / lining place on Broadway, usingthe 'peney vice president; C. A. Carson organization. The quartet played
son. experienced no other pleasures, the
Cole's : .imml' We are willing to bet that < '/I
Mr. and Mrs. Edgur F. Tripp, of space between jewelry I sight of that beautiful citrus groveand i treasurer; J. H. Halley, secretary. beautifully
I he will back Kissimmee.
Fort Pierce, were guests of Miss f store and the Surprise Store for this B. P. come Mikesell, who to now makes St. the .eating of blood oranges fully {: In the morning the directors paida Miss Katherine Carr rendered a solo *

Nannie R..ese last week. purpose. repaid him for the trouble and expense visit to the property. It will take which captured the house.
The latest styles in Oxfords, both 55. Stratman, of Washington, Pa., Cloud his home, spent yesterday in of coming to Kissimmee. I two weeks to lay the foundation and About thirty ladies and a few gentlemen i
the and found time his
1 to
I KAs bought number of acres of pay
men's and 'women's. F. 11. Lawson. a erect the derrick. Ten thousand feet were present. Refreshment )
4-lb .ground just across the lake and intends respects to the Valley Gazette force. Any hosiery is pretty that is well of lumber will be used on the founda- were served at the close of the enter- "
I Sheriff L. H. Ingram will leave
erecting a bungalow] in the very I filled. tion. tainment. i.
mules, ; and har-
Eight good wagon future. Monday to attend the annual conven-

ness for sale at a bargain. L. H. In- /n/ar J. B. Steffee, a soldier staationed at tion of l Florida sheriffs, which con- I I --
II -- - -- --- --
40tf 1-
gram. -- Manila, is home on a vacation. He venes in Jacksonville on the 20th 1I
Mrs. Gardner is spending a I I
... Guy went to Loughman; Saturday an a I Marysville, Ohio, is represented by
fortnight with her uncle at Orange
Home. hunting trip, intending to be gone the following persons, who are delighted 1I
I with Kissimmee: J. I D. Wood and
about week. ---
C. Vale, of Arlington, Neb., arived a M. Katz M. Katz
; j
rl wife, J. R. Taylor] and wife, lion. J. I ,
For Sale 10 high and
here on Friday last to spend the win- acres
Cameron, Robt. R. Robotham,
ter. fair house, fine young grove just dry'l
D. E .Thornton, wife and dau- .
Joe Griffin and Henry Partin made ing into bearing. $1,000 time AnnouncementOn
/iter, S. D. Kilgore Jas. Shirk, Mrs.
a business trip to Orlando last Satur- part. Owner Box 081, Kissimmee i
I. D. Mowry Wm. Cahill and Mrs.

day.Thos.. L. Waring of Lakeland wasa I James G. Johnson, special Mather.
Rev. A. M. Chilsolm and Rev. Her- '
business visitor to Kissimmee this for the Louisville and Nashville zog; went to Orlando Sunday where I January 22, 23 and 24 a special ; i W,
week.E. K., at Knoxville, Tenn., and

F. Collier,the turpentine operator ing attorney of the county, is prosecut.-I they; held Christian service church for the at that newly place.organized i representative of Issac Hamburger &

of Narcoossee, was in town Mon- for a visit.County Rev. W. H. Ball : Baltimore will be with '
Commissioner O. R. Bass, I Episcopal rector Sons, us to ;4
ey.P left Tuesday to attend the general
'4'-rt d Mrs. Armor, of the ]local] poslofflce representing the Whittier district, I make 1
convention of the
Episcopal church aSpring
in the yesterday to attend the I 'I
force, has been indisposed for a few was city ,
which convened in Orlando the 13th:
adjourned meeting of the county com- '

days.Norvin Murphy who has been ill missioners. 14th and 15th. Opening Display '?

r *<>or a few days is again able to resume J. F. Smith and wife of Salisbury I Mr. Harry A. Hunter accompanied '..VIT 1
his work Mass., who reached here last week by Sir William Mulock, Mr. Justice I

Frank S. Benser of Hoskins, Neb., and will remain until late spring. I Latchford and Mr. J. P. Clark, start- I I'I of one of the few r '
Department pleasant callers at this office ed out on a tour of inspection of the
has accepted store.a position in Dann's were yesterday. Kissimmee prairie on Sunday, visit I of the few lines of woolens in the U.,S. .1' ;

Rev. W. H. Ball went to St. Cloudon B. Lewellen reached the city Wed- ing Whittier, Lake Marion, Hunter's
and A short time : and backed by REAL MERCHANT
Sunday where he opened a chapel nesday from Cincinnati and left on Camp Bassenger.

for worship.Rev. yesterday's train for Narcoossee to I was consumed in hunting, but game i : TAILORING and inspection is .
The returned Wed- your
A. M. Chisholm spent Satur- look over the magnificent groves and was scarce. party ,

day in Orlando looking after the interests gardens in that ..section. nesday thoroughly satisfied with the,1; cordially invited. We guarantee
J. S. Stratum one of Osceola coun trip. ,
S. of McGraw his grove.D. of McGraw. Brothers, ty's heaviest fruit and vegetable ship- Two autos of young people motored this line to be of the same standard of

business visitor pers, attended the meeting at Jacksonville to Sanford and back last Friday ;' '
Jacksonville was a t
this week of the commission merchants where they witnessed the basketball excellence as our other merchandise. '
in town last Friday.J.
J between the boys of the Osce- ,
S. Strntton, Miss Sadie Strattonand of the United States. : fame I '
Miss Margaret Chaae of St. Cloud For Sale.-Heifer calf six month: \Dla /High school and the team from r

old; also 2 cultivators and one moWe;.' Batford. Those making the trip were
were in town Saturday.Dr. M. KATZ %
Apply at Erskine Heights Farm. 4-lti xina :Roberson, Alice Jackson MarieQ'Berry" \
and Mrs. Breshear of Huchinson : ./ '
Kansas, are in town and intendto Val E. Dombaugh of, Cincinnati,.l i ; Mary Dixon, Georgia Reeves* 'A

aaake this,their future home.Mr. who came to this section a short Jim Miller and Sam Lupfer. Car No. KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA
2 contained Cecil Prentla Elmer Stute, .
will time ago and stopped at Nareoossee, -
and Mrs. E. L. Johnson ,
visitor' to the city yesterday Roy Prentla, Johnnie Schmidt and
Ban wasa
Howell )
into the

bungalow BOOn' move, in.. .North Klsaimmee.of. / .. .1 and was .caller: at this office. I(l Graham Yourg.- :


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rescuing machIne; The rescue machine "' SIIEHWP'. NOTICE)or ,MBTT CoMMl5UONH.' BALla ", NOTICE' Or MAt-TaW.*' PALM '
; JUST LIKE!: THE CAT NOTICE) Xa HKREBT: 'That or .AL m.TTK Notice '
'COUNTY. COMMISSION arrived at the Sunday lIVEN U hereby Itlven thatunder a] I.
Daytona following ( I have levied upon the following described Under and by virtue of a decree of by virtue of a Final Deere. of for
.,,J )'morning at 10 o'clock-.and reported property of .. Stratton partition and order of sale rendered bJrlion. closure Issued] out of and under the s.
BACK rbNm .I. W Perkins. Judge of the
.: : POWELL I to-wltl 1 Government Two of the Circuit Court of th. '.",-all1'!
ERS TOUR that the poor old Buick was (J) of Section Thirty-two <1*) and the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Judicial circuit oC the $ts.te of KJor.
MAKE BKVl of the HW44 of Section Twenty Circuit. State of Florida In ant, forOsosola Ids, In and for Oaoeola
(( County, U
: till standing In the middle of the nine (J') all being In Township Tw.nty County, and Issued out said Chancery Bittlnc. In a certain cause

road forty-eight mile north-by-north- BEGIN PUBLICATION r I -.lx (Ie) South of Ranee Thirty (SO) Court In J.a V cause O' therela pendingwherein ,, therein pendlnr( wherein the City of
East County of Oaoeola. and State' of I.fend..h" Kissimmee. Florida a
Municipal Corporation
OF'STATe. east A sent to tow it in and and li. M. B. Smith and toILs
fl car was Flerlda. br virtu pf an execution Issued is Complainant, and J. A.
\ OF A DAILY NEWSPAPERAT out of the Circuit Court of auld directed we, the underslfned commissioner Lancaster: Is Respondent, the ..nder.
another chartered to bring the load to In chanoe.ry! duly appointed -
County of Osceola and State of Florida signed as Special Master In Chancery,
CLEARWATER. ) A. I>. 101*. by the said Court will sell to the will sell .
Sanford, where they took ,train for mlt.erth.t; uponVidatnont highest bidder for cash at public auo- at public outcry, durlnar the
:I' Continued from 1))r sum of TWEL.VK legaL hours of sale, before the Court
: ( page Kissimmee, arriving here that night. -- NO 8KVKN HUNDRKD ANDPIXHTFIVR at the front door of the Court house door In the City of Klsslmmes. la

. The remainder of the pally <,'11161,00) Dollar, which i iI ti.1.I"onlU..tmm"! ::: :; ., Oaoeola r County said Osoeola County, on Monday the'3nd
4, boat hotels in the state. After a, $ came The following dispatch, taken from I D O. Fulton recovered aa-alnat the I MONDAY FEBRUARY Slut A. D. 1514. day of March A. IX 1141 the fellowlnir .,
: through in the Moon and {the Hup- read with said Joseph B Stratton In the Circuit' during the hours of described land. situate. lying
will be
c? plendld aupper the writer. in company the Times-Union, Court of the Sixth Judicial Circuit. In I lowing described real legal estate eale: the fol and being In Osoeola Countyand State '
r wlth Chairman Lesley, called on m blle. much pleasure by'the' people of Flora"- and for lilllatooro County on the 14th In Osceola County.Florida. the Vroperiy of Florida. .
day of January A. D. 111. and. transcribed Lots A and I of Bloek'il ot the South
,: J. D. Rooney. secretary of the Board If there ever wan n tougher look rda, aa everybody knows and likes to the Circuit Court of Oaoe and of of said said complainant defendant. .I'..J.. U.V.B.O Smith Barry, Florida Hallway Company's Survey
bunch landed K, the ola County Florida on the 17th day of the Town of '
all the information ing in uaimmee, Powell to-wit; Kissimmee ,City.
of Trade;who us :
gave of January A. I>. 1813. I Terms of sale, cash ,
The Southwe.t Quarter of the
at his command, and which will oldest Inhabitant foils' to rememberit ]>at>.d at Klanlinmee FilL. this 8th west Quarter of Section thirty-three North' Dated at Kissimmee. Florida. this

long in our commissioners but withal they had l a splendid St. Petersburg, Jan. 13.-W. B. Icy of January.1,. 11 A INUItAM.n 1914. I township twenty-six.", S., Range twen- (th. day of January, 1 1S. -'
go a way I t-nlne E.. with all the hereditamentsand PAT JOHNSTON. ,
deciding on the material to be used time and the information they gainedwill I'owell will launch a new afternoon :Sheriff of Oticeoln' County : appurtenances thereunto belonff- Special Master In Chano.r).., T
itate of Florida. : VANS
be of lasting and material benefit C lug und every right title Interest and AGNEW A CRAWFORD,
: Clearwater
daily county
in road building.: I newspaper claim legal or equitable, of the said Attorneys for ,Complainant. 4-it

to Gainesville was begun : It is true that many of the paity'were I seat of Pmellas, the first part of February J, F, O'Bi.rry and of the said R Is!. U.
c The trip :\O'l'I'F. n. MA 1.10Notice Smith\ of In or to the satne :t.
next day at 10 o'clock, the entire party [ unused to jvpoonre and lone: Mr Powell is well known in ia hereby give 1 n list the un- I Jno M lee..

4 of Ernest Mach I I rides, and returned home sick and I the state, coming here eight years ago. derslg-nod, as Guardian of the person \ a, H Bullock
with exception ,
: and t'state of Oily III" Kella Savage. a I F H Jenkins. AAMkAfT.
:Si being crowded into the three remaining tired, but today are us healthy and He founded the St. Petersburg Independent minor will make application to the (4. F Krlbbs. OommlHBloners.. .1

| Honorable T M Murphy, County Judge' Solicitor I .4t
happy and there's not one
., machines. Gainesville was reached as ever and six years ago started the of Osceola Cnunty Florida.j In Probate .

where dinner in the crowd but what's glad he went. dally Since selling his holdings here Hitting on Monda>', February 9th. A.
little after .noon was I .
ft a ORDER or '
1) 1114. at Ten o clo<'k A M. or as
eaten, and the start for Jacksonville | The trip was worth every dollar it he was secretary of the Tampa Boardof soon thereafter a. said application can : .'
\ I' be heard for an order authorising the ( "IICI''''' COll T:8T"1Q: OK KI.Oll-. OWNERS PRICES' ;
by way of !Clarke began about :1 l cost and more, for it made us' all Trade several years and last July undersigned ns guardian aforesaid to I1 A. HKVKNTII JUlICIAL CIKCl'IT. -

o'clock. !1 proud of Osceola county. We have took n similar position with the Co- Hell or contract to m>ll at private sale UHCK10L.A ('OVNTIN \'.

E .' We won't say much about the roads heard talks upon talks about our bad fumbus Ga., board. lie resigned! the following of said minor described, situate land In the said property ,Os- 11I..17.CIIANCERT.A..I. J.._ -----

but all who took this ceola Count., Florida to-wlt I V.. a"a 1'. J..e.. "e'.da.a.Itth'.PP.'ltrla'fedb'IB .
roads ;
trip are from that few ViM
position only a days
; from Gainesville to the Duval county I ots 4 nnd 6. Block 20 of R F K Co. : : ; affidavit appendedto :

t -, line. Maybe we didn't go the right prepared to say that for roads in general ago. The new paper will he published Surtei of Count the t .Town, Florida.of Which Kissimmee.Uaccola I application -. that John P. Jones the abovestatedcause the defendant I I' Have Them :j

J way. !Maybe there's a road somewhere Odceola count}' will compare favorably .six days per week. Clearwater will be baaed upon. the petition therein named Is a nonresident of

with any county we visited, also has a weekly published by a for such sale now on file In said. the State of Florida, and Is resident of
in. that county over which a I court. United States, over the ago of twenty- ----- ,
four-mule team could pull an empty and much better than some We all\ stock company C H Evans being the Kissimmee, Fla,. Jan S. 1914 'lone years It Is therefore ordered that

peanut cart without stalling! but wedidn't i want good roads, and are going to I editor '. Uunrdlan It. B of SAVAGE Ollvlne Z'lIa Sn\afi said Is hereby nonresident required defendant"Jol appear be and to the he The number of replies received In

have them but the ne-xt time the Vims. Agnew A Crawford. bill\ of complaint In said cease. on response to ray recent advertising; ,
find it. or we' went the' wrong ''v Vttorne for etttloner S-4t or before Monday the ?nd day of February in the columns of the Valley Gazette .

# road, but just tm* name we had a writer hears a man telling the story HONOR ROLL OF I i' ,of A.said I.). 114.bill will otherwise be taken the as allegations \ con-- has been very gratifying to me. I I

of our bad road she will take uI OKNottce eased now have a splendid list and the best
guide who said we were' on the utranrht I ST. CLOUD SCHOOL NOTI4 K. MASTEIVM" 'it 'LF. by said defendant
of. I sponge\ and knock his. brains out or It la further ordered that this order part of it is that I expect to see a
i1 road and the only road he Knew j be published once a week" for fouriciniM'CUtlve
i drown him with a thimbleful of water I IF h. rebKl\'tn. that lintlerand weeks" In the Klssltnmee number of properties change hand
tc We passed through Stai'ke about I Chart ClaH" I 10\ \lrlut I of a' final cl cero II firi- Valley Uairtto: a newspaper publishedin very soon.
r Too much credit can not be litnurt. issued out nf and under. Die
wheie i given I in said and State
there's county
6:30 in the and
Yi evening i Mr II. N. Hratton for his in II Paul (handler. Thoma. Jennings |1..1 1 of the Circuit Court of th. Sevt-nlh :zdtli December 1S1J
it; we made the mistake \\'e nhould ha\e pint :Muimn Thomason .7 ItKllclnl. Circuit of he htate of Florida J t, OVKR8TRKKT, Many of my Canadian friends have I
making this trip as he did 110> at Ins 1 In and f or (incc'ola t'ounl>', In t'han.rry (Heal)) Clerk Circuit Court.
I t stayed in Starke! until next morning I First (;.rade. SlttlnK In a certain UUMI.. theritn )Hy JAMES!: '! H JOHNSTON. again advised me during the past
but didn't About a dozen 01 HO : 1)11I..n.: .., that he might make a I "-"111..... vh,'rclii the City of Klaslnimeii .. 1Jo \VUl ORRYAN I>iputCli'rk, week of their intention to come down

; L4i. we 1 study of the streets and then ( Ernest: I'adgett Hradv I'adgett, :i Florida, u municipal I I .corporHtl Is Solicitor for Coiniilaltmnt, 2-41 early in the New Year, and most of
\Dr and K 1) la Hi
miles the othi-i Ride of that nU. 'arl'l I I'unipliiiti'tnt Waring -
I 1,1,, the ritut- through which we Willie Walters. Hixtiulf. :tit. the und -iMli I g iHd. HH 8|>cctalMnstt them are coming with the notion of

i Winn, who'waH leading in th.Joon; I Second rade.; .r In Chanct.) will full at .imbllc NEi'lE OK AI'IM.M.ATION" 10 M'IM.t. buying if I advise them to do so. .
the middie to the end that he would be better I i| 0iit.'r\'. iltil log (h. It'(.nl hours of sol. KOK A
met Inertly in
; car, a plump Newell Atwood Richard Atwood, 1 Ui foi,' thi court iousdoor In tint ('11I..r \'
] < lalined to make the ,streets of Hi. I II "' W'kons It CoBrrraiNotice
) 0 Hay
; ,
of the road with the result that hix I Kiestin-- in M.ld! ftnctolii ('oulotIonday. \ farm I
( harlcx My new home is just to the
I sin)rile,' more Ixuutiful and lasting Booth Christian Briswald .11. :\ the 2nd day of March \ Is hereby .' unilcrKiltneil I -
: frltnhYI'};: :h. ;
.( ., eteerinlf'J't'ar wanted to go Uiukwaid- IMwin: Briggs Tollie Bass Thomas! "ii 1 1x14 the rollowlnt dinirlbtd lund. of their .. appl> to east of Erskine Heights Farm in ,
,. instead of forw"nl.Vc got off aJ.i. ,--- I sit_ 11..1. l>-lnK and In'Injf in Oi.c..nla I tinHonorable.I Janus W IVrklnn JudKi* North KisBimmeo, where I may be
l >a\j', I ici inn n Hamilton Clois Kirk- ","111,1 Mtali of i'ttiialiLiT nf tim.'iretiit Court of the Seventh Jtiiliclal found
-I about t*:'!:0. and aftei a run of -urn. i SANFORD 22 wood : Soithss.stnrnr or 1\:\...." 4 Circuit of tin State of Florida always by those who may wishto
- 1'iary Moore Lorne N'ouise- .if 11,1-ri, I Jioe \llllltllltl. HIIIII I IfllM I ti and for lise'ola ('nu n t 3'. on the 2nd see me personally about any properties
ten miles through v\atei ail, mud Hint EdIth Kobertf, Fred Reagan. Louis, I Ell r. ft So 160 ft V !IS ft ili\' of Kebruaiy A l II 1914 at Dl'I.utul they may want me to show to
.' I Terms i.f null. MMh" I liirlda or whit ,'vi'r thi mild Com
Blush) a log tweLil.he" thick was i, AND KiSSIMMEE 9 Iteifuchneider Carl Thomason, Annie' 1 atid, KlxNlnimii, .. I-lot 1,1. I ihln I l.'thi I I maIM> on ....Id date. for the Inmrpor my Canadian friends.

:found across the toad, in fact it wa- \ of JHIIUID \ l> 1DI4 lit for profit nf a social club'
Walters I"I'n\ :
: : ;
: I I!i I'\T JOHNSTON: to l I hiIIAKT M K\I>I1I A1..tHAPTFIl It may be interesting to some to
t. :found just a little too late to permit Third Grade. ,-1 Special Mnstir In ,'ltciic--i \ OF THK AMKK1CAV W(>'. know that I am the party who induced
the Moon. I Result I RESULT I OF \ShFT: H \ll. \\ORKI \'.\NS!'< AGNEW & CKAFOKIAttorneys >, I MANS l.l'.AUUE: th<. purpose of whichI Mr. the
the doctor to stop Smith present owner of Ers
: .
Evelyn Ashton Adele Drake, GagE! fcc Complainant 4 -41 I II.I ti> 1rcniotsOds! I I IntertourHe m nine,.K
-we resumed our journey at 11.45 I DUNKT: S.\.ORH! LAST HH "inemberH, under a proposed (harter kine Heights Farm to come to Kis-
'-- Da\y Virgil Firkins, Erma Hall,, .. whit It iioiv on file In thi' office of simmee, and it was I who sold him the
; p. m. But this time the doctor said I FRIDV1'. 'Thelma I Harris. Margaret Hughes,,, NOTICE! OK AIMM.K ATION KOK TAX.IIKKII the Cleik of the Circuit Court In and old Jim Miller place for 12000. I
I NI>Klt *F..n'11" A M for said Owceola. County
4. \\ someone else could take a few bumps I Pauline Lewis, Bertha McClelland; era OK 'IKH *.!. UTATUTKH' OK WITNESS t the n.."' .... of the said. told Mr. Smith that I would under-

: and DeWilton Alderman in his Hup- Allene Moon Elizabeth TII..TO\..... OK. KI.OIIIIIA. ., HcrlherH I this 31sl day of l>cc... aUh'1. take to improve the property ao thatit
The local basket ball Pomeroy
| High School A. n 1815
mobile did the pathfinding Pnscilla 'I I Votlce IK hereby given I IhlttlJ 1 I' MRS ('t.A'c' JOHNSON would be worth double the money
team journeyed to Sanford last Friday Peckham, Bernice Padgett' : Tlndall purchaser of Tax Cerllfiial. MRS I.ITMA: K WINN 1 1I in a year's time. It is less than a years
Without further
; any mishap we and engaged in the controversyas Roy Siemiller, Myrtle Tucker. No. 970 dated the 7th day of June A I MRS \V T 8TAT1.KR' CAR since the deal was put through and I
i D, 1897. has flIed said certificate In
arrived at the Duval hotel in Jacksonville my MUH .1. M l.KK)
to who could make the larger Fourth Grade. I| of nee. and has made application for MARY i K: AlTIjTMAN have turned the grove and farm over

; at 12:50 a. m., frozen stiff, i Mildred Barry Viola Booth Margaret ., I tax deed to tuauf In accordance with .... C. HUMMOCK to the owner to the owner who has
score, and when the smoke of battle I | law.
hungry tired, all in, down and out. ,.. ANNIi: CARSON given me a letter to the effect that
Said certificate embraces the rolloInll' I
cleared the Sanford bunch had Fallaugh. Maynard H atrigMaurice I 2-tl
he will
away not take less than $26,000 forit
The following morning was cold and I described property situated In 4>o-
rung up 22, while Kissimmee had Johnson Jene Jernigan, Iren rainy, but .the crowd was there to see, Obert Lot number Fourteen (14)). hot nuni Oklawaha Nurseries have the only (
to be content with only nine. The I her Fifteen (iii), and the South half
-- : and see they did. The secretary of the Fifth Grade. of Lot number Sixteen (16) of the known early variety of Grapefruit,
boys report a good however,
: Board of Trade, Mr. Conoley, the game Erma Bircher Florida Agricultural, (Company Sut>. Conner Prolific Get them from Ok- That's the way I do things.
and state that every courtesy and Katherine Farr, | division of Section Thlrtv-two ((32)
,. ;' \ president of the Board, Mr. Race, Chalmer Figart Willie Garner. I.Township Twenty-five <25) South lawaha Nurseries Tangerine, Fla.
kindness was paid them by the peopleof Range Thlrtv-one (SI) Bust. The saidlots Does anybody else own property
it's County Clerk Brown, and F. O Milrel Write for catalog. 2-4t
Sixth being I asesaed At the date of Isuance
Grade -
Sanford. The game was clean : they want to sell ? Send particular
chairman of the good roads committee or aftld. certificate I tn the namef '
: throughout, and fast. Our boys did Line Buckley Edith Harrod, Rub; I nf Florida Home Plantation Company. to
did everything they could to Unless said certificate shall be redeemed

Yeatman. I
well, but owing to the lack of CHICHESTER t 5 PILLS
our practice according; to law. tax deed will Issue f.a
make visit and
pleasant profitable thereon 30th of Alf.
2 they were unable to get the Seventh Gnade. on the day Janu F but the man who gave us his ary. A. D. 1914. t.:: llf: :- .
larger end of the deal. Sanford ha Ruth Bluch, Talmage Figart Vir,. witness hand and official seal -
my .-11I. U .... Six* 4>.M ...M>lllc\y. -
: f time without stint, and every information ginia Fike Ivan Jud 1 at Kissimmee City Florida bo.... tmtmt 1\,.. .._ Late Ertkine
command CommUeioner perhaps the strongest team I in in the Kilpatrick. (Seal) this list day of December: Take .. ilM.r. Ry ef veer Manager
at )his was state. If the local team could be Wallace, Ellsworth Yeatman. A.. D. 191*. ne4.4_ A..i.f'wVIii4'fla.TPS.
Farm Box
4 Williams. lie it was who took ;1. 1... OVKRSTRBET. .."" Heights 145,
given more support both of a moral Eighth Grade. Clerk Circuit Court. OscoI -
our commissioners over the numerous 'Iorlda.I SOU BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Clarence I !- ola Countv: Kissimmee Fla.
and Easton Bessie Farr Bur
financial nature, there ill no douht -I ,

-, roads around Jacksonville, explaining but the m .nlnVAra'_ _, ._ h__._ .rA_ _rmilH____. "_".."__sol. _unirteam .., ton Houck. Kathleen GofTff. Willinn_n -- -- - - -
.-. in detail their cost and construction. I
in the state Interest in sportsof Ide, Earl Nighswonger. I
The writer was unable to make this. i I
;-..: this. kind ought to be at high pitch Ninth Grade. i
side to of
trip engagements
I. - and encouragement of every kind Paul Blackwell, Una Gamer Mildred

-t.. ; private nature. ought to be given those who try' to Page, Colvin Parker.
t At Jacksonville we lost a memberof
keep athletics before our Tenth Grade
young people
the party J. D. Woodbcck whose
It !ai-cm.s that for the lack of Ah, Bailey, Kittle !Marsh!
i 1_ business here demanded hm return I
I proper encouragement our boys and Eleventh Grade.Charlie '. j .
-' ,, \I but was joined by R. I, .Jlarper one GOOD HARDWARE
girls are not getting into these matters Coats. i
of the best fellows Florida ever produced -
: with the vim necessary to make winning Twelfth Grade. I .

-- UamKissimnee' should be in Kber Kilpatrick, Rose MtiKenrie I -

The following morning the jour- the forefront on such matters Those

,; ney was begun to St Augustine,
: who played on the team Friday were NOTICE TO VOTERS. FOR THAT HOME
where our party had the pleaouic of
Newton Nat Carson
center; -
-Ir going through Fort Marion, the oldest The registration books for Osceola
right guard; Don Beut r, left
- fort in the United States!, and seeing County will open the first Monday in
uard Will M. Tiller forward
{ ; right
the only slave market now in existence ; January and close the first Monday in
Arthur Jariell, left forward; Nathan March 1914.
both relics of the wh..nthe
d4 : Bryan left forwaid1llK Books will be open in all precincts
white man never left his cabin in the rouaty

"without rifle and knife a* a protection I C. W. GRIFFIN.
-' against the Indian. I Duimjr our Supervisor of Registration.
;_ MexsrH Thomas and Swalioy con-
: tay in the Ancient Cit> we were - ----- --
nected with the Sub-tropical Mid-win-
.- ;, 3 shown the courtesies by Harry" BlOwn I> THK> IMHTHirT' ('Oil' KT OK THK ,
l.'I'i Pair air compiling statistics of I IMTKII, NTATKH I.. AMI POSt TIIK
i of the Record, and State Senator /mi %<,rilti-UM rrHIT. 01" KI.OIIIIIA.IV .
resource of Osceola county to
owner of the Meteor.'
M he given i away at the fair, and are i: UK:
I The people in St. Auguline ne\er FOHKPII i4 HTHATTON Bankrupt
soliciting adds to defray the In
expenses liankruptrvTatnpjl

I I' where tire of potatoes boosting and Hastings cabbage are the grown place 1'MK work should receive the utmoste"'ouralfem.'tt To the <,r'dtora, or .JO"PIh K Siratt" The hardware is but a small item in the

from the business of HI' CloUtI. 0'01" eoUnl nfl
community )
'b the train load and insisted. that ...
y aur.-saItt. h"
'r.-,4 by that route The pamphlet will be filled .... Is hereby given thlll on th.. whole cost of a building but there's a whole
we go on our to ,
way 14th ot
.JAnuAry. 1'14. 110. sail
with useful information and decorated
Daytona. Now, to please Harry H Htr.IUon was "uly a"Judlral..d a lot of difference between the best a'builders'
1- with cuts It can be sent to outside I'nnkriipt, and the "r.t "'....Unlit" nr ht.. buying )
Brown, we went that route. and'some cr-dItra will h. held. at the orn" ot :
friends and will, give them a general Andr-w J"h..on tn KIa..Immee. .
where how Flor. hardware for home and
I day, some some we arez. Ida. some
idea of the extent of the manufacturing "n fthe 281h day or .January. 11114. your ,
.. going to pay Harry off foi giving! us at 10 (.Iock. A M. at ."hlr" tim- thprditorls
industries and products of (' alt..n"
may prove kind.
that advice. The road to .
hastings the .Ialm. appoint. truat.-. "anll' the
J: was fairly good, but oh, my' afterwe' county. hankrupt and transact "u"h other
li Iu.negs
_ _ L left that potato sown we encountered END the uatd aa n.UnA'may prop..rl conic before The difference in cost between good and bad

t ::4c STOMACH TROUBLE Klorlda. January' 14th. 1914WM -

h-: a marsh that was soft and juicy OASES OR DYSPEPSIA lilTNTKK locks, for instance, is very small, but there's
; 4-It
In Bankrupt
< and sticky. And U; was about theiy
---- a great difference in satisfaction. Cheap
: ; f'-.biggest marsh we ever saw. Any- IIIOTIt.F. OK MANTKH'S' "A....:

? _ r> bow, it took all hands to push a car "Pipe's Dlap.p.ln" mikea $Ick. Sour, Notice too hereby given that under goods are a continual source of worry and

: <4thr, jMgh it. This job kept up until Gassy Stomachs surely feel l fine and by vlrtle! clo.ur.4aced
; Out of and under the annoyance, pay you figuring -
li't f dark, when we finally struck a still In five minutes. Neal of the Olrult Court of the Hevonth -
.' '* Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida on that home to come here and get the '
) house where told how -
a man us to
-r ... In and fpr O c ola, Count. In Chancery
_ 'And .the east coast road which BlttlnK. In a certain canae therein best.Ve furnish the
we If what are prepared to
you Ju.t ate la souring o* pending wherein the City of KlMlmmee.

!-rt did shortly before 8:30. After tray.1nis your stomach or lIeu like a lump Of Florida a municipal corporation. !. in builders
Complainant. and K. D. .. very .hardware at prices
dozen'miles the Buick refused l&&d. refusing; to digest, or you beldhgal apondent. the undersigned( Waring-as Special la R .

4t r-toeparkso'" ( ; that W. .Ba... A. F. and eructate sour undigested Master In .t.1uI.n..prTwill sell at nubile that you will find satisfactory. -
food. or have outcry riurlnr the \learal hours or ,
a feeling of dizzlo.... sale, .
.Bass. G; ;W.; .Ashton and J. W. MiUer heartburn fullness ..for. the court houae door In the City
nausea, bad taste
1T laid themselves'' down by-" a pine knot In mouth and. of KUalmmee. atI".t.:...: : 'tomach-tioadache. you on Monday the .. March. A.: : HARDWARE: CO. \

,fij'T until, 3 .. m., at which) time the can get blessed relief in. five minute*. 1>. 11114. the followlnH dreorlbed land.sItu.t q
Put "". Irma and being In .Oaceoia ,
aa to
_ end stomach trouble forever -
.,,car: arrived that the remainder of the County and State of Florida. .. '
by getting a lire. flfty-cont case of I_ 1 and K% of Lot I. 11 lock 4. Robert "TheFavorite ;
; f'' party) had sent .out from Daytona, Pape'a Dtapepeln from any. drug store.' Uaaa's Addition .'SIpL1U313 Store" FLORIDA , -

,.; : $o7Ibtj1IftIPaY" / to bring them Ton realize in five mlnat<< bow e ect. Term a.ted. of Klaalmme sale s. oaah. Klortda this Uth . '. '. , ._. .... "t. . ,
less .
'i J;in\ o.pozt.: ..;This car: was accompanied It U to utter from indlceatioa. day oC January. :; iJl. TON. .
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.It I a .'
.. fcyr.Mr. ,Jiarper, who forewent his '* the quickest, sure lt stomach doe Special Master In Chancery _, \3 ..

7i 'rest to" jto the I VANft" AONKW ,* CRAWFORD f". 4, . '. ,-gC "
act guide '
JtI&ht: ;. as tor In the world. ,If a ,:wondartuL ,, - " 'I '- ''''' J.
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,-f 1111 i 111II 0 M 11111 mill IIMIIt. w-" ', FROM ,MICHIGAN, . .' sr
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lea, : .. cAneO1R. CEAMrORD.RlSSliMEE j ,
......&..,t. T..Pnsla..4 --tan';
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.. Rough and Dressed, ..' NOVEL IVMY OF IRA EU.NG 4 ,'' ., Pasture

:PINE 'L'UMBER' MR.' AND MRS.----LEMMER, COME' 'Farming 'A': ; :", Grazing, ,


s Trucking! Timber

+: A.. ". QF j>LE.SUUE.. : ,:.. ,.._.. . . . ._ .:_... ,

Those who chanced to be on Broadway .
f ,
Thursday afternoon of last week LANDS'I
. . . I I : II11111I 11111111111111111 Jill 'I .' were surprised and interested as they -
( !!
--'-- a large covered wagon built like a ,SC

miniature house drawn, by two sleek I Have for Sale in Size
Any Body '
CARSON: ::: F.A.eJl.tE mules come slowly down the street. Them

:xrrsvz3: =A.NCZr: : Within the wagon were Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Lemmer and their twen- From Ten Acres to One Hundred

Successor to the Drfzier Leitner Agency ty-year-old son, whose home is in far-
.I off Michigan. Thousand Acres. '
<* State Bank Building
They camped for the night just below

the electric light plant, and there, A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a: ;

Bitting around a large bonfire, they
444440CFRAY6T told the story of their sojourn to the Full Description and Terms of Sale. '

land of flowers. Mr. Lemmer was a
::>J'fE:: CI-.A.RI: :>EtrS:: :: brass worker in Detroit, Michigan, : w

Railroad Ave. and Dakon St., Kusimmee, Fla. and becoming'somewhat broken downin
health owing to tie absorption of D. McKAY .
Now have ready for setting out: I zinc and lead into his system, and his -t 4'

Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants wife being frail and delicate, they
Cauliflower Bell Pepper Plants decided to follow the doctor's: advice .

Tomato Plants and live for one year in the open. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,

And will soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable plants Consequently they built their home on .

that grow beat in this country, by 100 or 1000. wheels, finishing it on the inside likea I 9

Enquire of NICK ROGERO, Supt. neat little house. Lockers .appear -
each side wherein eatables cloth-
on all other good citizens that we. are may have a policy that will meet the what President Wilson's policy really
# # #* . . ing and other necessities are kept.
glad to ,have them cast their lot with situation. If something of this sort is. I have earnestly sought to find
They do their own cooking, and sleepin
of the Sunny South if they can
the two rooms provided within the us is not forthcoming shortly after the out what the administration ultimately '

C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretal'7.I wagon; in fact they are very com- do so. President's return, I it is altogether hoped to accomplish: but everything rM{

fortable "at home" wherever the wag I likely that there will be a revival of seems to be clouded in mystery. 9uhJ

The Waters & Carson on halts. SENATORS OF discussion in the Senate of Mexican I .Representative Julius Kahn, of Call ?y
Receiving a year'i. Ivuve of absence,
I affairs. In response to the Presi- fornla, said:
r\ they started from Detroit on the 23rd: I
ALL SHADES ARE dent's the Senate that "Intervention in Mexico
of June, determined to make the trip request upon is sure if M1

Grocery CompanyWholesale from the great lakes to the gulf and there be no discussion or Congressionalaction President Wjlson follows his present

return within the/ year. Thus far they KEEPING SILENTON on the Mexican aff. rtl, Repub- policy. Thls attitude of wait and '
licans joined the Democrats in the
have been actually traveling one hun- hope now pursued by our administration '
Foreign Relations Committee in
dred and three days, spending the bal- passing can bring on nothing but bloodshed I
resolution in that
and Retail Dealer InGROCERIES ance of the time in the cities through THE MEXICAN SITUATIONNO a committee, for this nation and Mexico.
which they have passed. The actual that any measure offered of a Congress does not know what Prfsl- 3
resolution bill
of miles have thus far or the Senate
number they dent Wilson wants. Apparently he Y
covered in 1,565, and not even one ONE SEEMS TO KNOW EXACTLY relating to Mexican affairs, shouldbe has no Mexican policy. Huerta no '

slight accident has marred their trip. WHAT PRESIDENT referred to the Foreign Relations matter what his crimes and by what
committee and held in
The same pair of mules which was WILSON'S POLICYREALLY abeyance. means he obtained the office of president
00004 40404400000 0. 4.00..0 ...0.. .0O .. hitched to the wagon when they left I Representative Samuel B. Avis, of appears to be a strong enough ( ;,
O Detroit is the outfit IS. West Virginia, said: '
\ now pulling on man to control the situation if givena
4 < WE BUY:
WE SELL: toward Tampa. And a finer pair of "So far as I can learn nobody knows helping hand."
0 HAY, Washington, D. C., Jan. 7.-For
0 0 O HIDES, 'mules would be hard to find. Evidently -
c''' I several months Senators of all shadesof I ,
-- --- -- ---
0 GRAIN, O O they enjoy the trip as well 'as
+ 0 O FURS, those within the wagon. political belief, and particularly i

.. FERTILIZERS, O ** WOOL e Frdm Detroit Mr. and Mrs Lem- the members of the Foreign Rela- 4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 r

1 0 SHINGLES. 4 4 mer passed through lower Michigaand tions Committee, have refrained from
expressing their views of the situationin
4 O 0O across northwest Ohio into Fort
ORANGE BOXES, O 0 AND Wayne, Indiana. From thence they Mexico.
ALL went to Indianapolis and then on to Even Senator Fall, of New Mexico, ATLANTIC COAST LINE k
0 0 0 New Albany, Indiana, where they who has had Home decided opinionsas t ku1

0 VEGETABLE. CRATES, o COUNTRY crossed the Ohio river and entered to the duty of the United Statesin
Louisville. Then they journeyed over dealing with the situation, has
"Dixie "Seminole Limited""South
4 Flyer"
CRATE NAILS. O the mountains of Kentucky and Ten- maintained silence. Senator Wil.
i. .0000.00i passing through Nashvilleand llam Alden' Smith, who was at .the .
.4 nessee,
0 0000 .0 0 .. 0 .0 000000
J entered Alabama at Huntsville head of a sub-committee s.* the For ; Atlantic Limited""Montgomery ,

! then crossed northeastern Alabama eign Relation committee, cuated at '
i We sell Held and garden seeds of all kind. I They '
and camping parties. and to a time when the Senate was Republican '+
: We give special attention fitting out hunting. journeyed Talapoosa, Route" ,
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. andprice. Georgia. From this point they wentto which conducted a thorough investigation < ;= 'I. -
We are county. agents for good fertilirert. A.Ir... fir circulars Atlanta, and then southward to into the Mexican situation,

on fertilizers.Special Valdosta, Georgia. They entered halt practically suspended his work, | Irouin Pullman Cars from Chicago, SL Louis Cincinnati, Indianapolis.Lotns- .

-- -- -------- -- I II Florida in Madison county and journeyed and has been waiting for the develop-' ville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville. r'
from there to Lake City, Gaines- ment of the administration's policies.
I ville and Orala. They then shifted This silence is not due to a lack of

IN FLORIDA I eastward passing: through Leesburg interest among Senators in the Mexican I,' For information or re servations call on
and Eustis to Sanford. Here they situation, but was induced by a "
Bargains W C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent, Kissimmee
PROPERTYWe I spent four weeks. resting and seeing request made by President Wilson : J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A. A. W. Fritot D. P. A., ,!
the things of interest. They then that discussion of Mexican affairs Tampa. Jacksonville

I moved on to Orlando, mending. two publicly would be embarrasing to the I \
have some good property in Florida owned by non-residents who weeks at that point. From Kissim-; President in working out his policy.

will sell at bargain prices on favorable terms of payment, and can furnish mee they intend going: on to Tampaand There is no disposition in the Senate if1y1y1 1y1 1ytyt $lyl lylytyl $ '. 1y1y1
any thing desired in the way of splendid orange groves, lake front property, St. Petersburg, and then returning to treat the Mexican policy as a par-

stock farms or fine trucking lands in the artesian belt with good flowing wells. through Kissimmee to Orlando in tisan matter. Reluctantly, Senators I RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME

__ No. 220. We have a ten-acre tract of land about two miles from the lime to enjoy the fair at the Orange have remained'silent at the Presi- A* other interests prevent my living there, I offer for tale my

city limits of Kissimmee that has 3 1-2 acres' in cultivation, fenced with county capital. They then expect to I dent's request, believing it was their place on Fish Lake, four and a half miles from Kissimmee and equidistant t

woven wire, with 60 grapefruit, 8 orange and 8 tangerine trees, besides some sell their outfit and journey via New patriotic duty to do so. i{ from St Cloud.

figs, 'guavas, splendid peach trees and fine strawberr ypatch just beginningto Orleans and the Mississippi river to Meanwhile, there have been murmurings This property comprises over 20 acres of good land and ha tti v

bear. 6 1-2 acres more fenced with barb-wire, partly cleared. This is their Michigan home. of complaint privately that I 660 feet on the lake front Excellent fishing '

owned by 11 minister who is not living on the land and is willing to sacrificeit. Mr. and Mrs. Lemmer talked en- Congress and even the members of The land is half fruit and balance muck Has house almost ;

Offers the property for $650 for immediate acceptance. Cheap;: at Jl',000.: tertainingly of their long the important committees on Foreign new story and a half. 30x30 ft Has water in the house, two wells, ;

Time can be had on $200 if desired, good title and everything right. months' trip, and attributed seven-I'Relations in the Senate and Foreign (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water, good out-buildings, ,
No. 221. 5 acres of land in the suburbs of Kissimmee. Has large gar- joyment to the fact that they were I! Affairs in the (House, have been keptin barns and..1 chicken runs. ,

den in cultivation and fenced. 4-room house, splendid well of good soft not hurrying the trip, and that they i ignorance as to what the President I County road and A. C. L Railroad run through south end of lot ;

I ', water, chicken house. Splendid place for nice citrus fru4 grove and to engage were determined to live close to na- or the state department were do-I with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St.

in the poultry business. Owned by Cleveland, Ohio, man, who has authorized ture and become well in body, and : ing. Cloud. Title to property perfect Price very reasonable, and terms

us to sell for $800; will give time on $300 if necessary. Here one judging from, their ruddy, firm appearance -I It is not likely that the embargoof !given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis Box 196 Kistimsoee. Fla.
could have the advantages of school and six churches, geod markets, etc., they are finding the objectof silence will be respected very much 37lf

and still enjoy the freedom of the CCtuntry.lit. their quest. Another interesting I I longer unless the policy of the ad- xxYxxxxxxYxxY xy.YtxxxxxYtxxx + A

No. 333. '60 acres of land 11-2 mile from railroad station. Land lies feature of the trip is the large, beautiful 'ministration takes more definite formor r \
-; comparatively level, good productive soil, exceptionally good orange land colly dog which has accompanied I Congress is given .some definite'I'I _.
about 20 in cultivation, fenced'and cross fenced. 5 acres bearing ----Hiiiiii
with acres them. Seemingly proud of the accomplishment information as to what will
loaded down with fruit at the present time, 4 room house, good : _
orange grove this fine specimen of towards restoring peace.
stable. 1 1-4 mile from railway station, school, and church. Price $4600
including this year's crop, or $4000 with crop. reserved. Time can be had doghood came out and did some of When Senators and members were I I.
on) $1500 if desired. his tricks for the entertainment of the asked for an expression of opinion as
No. 335. Stock farm containing- acres'6 miles from town,'1-2 mile visitors. Within the wagon-house is to the policy which the United States THE H. G. SIEVE t

from good school where Sunday school, Christian Endeavor and church ser- lso to be found a pretty canary should pursue in dealing with the
vices are held, in good neighborhood, surrounded by 600 orange groves, good land which has been one of the occupantsof Mexican affair, nearly all of them admitted -
land lake. Nearly acres prairie
homes. This fine pasture adjoins REALTY COMPANYNOT
covered with heavy growth of grass, fenced hog toght and cross fenced. I the wagon from the beginnning. I that they felt some embarrassment -
About 100 acres of orange land. Owner is in other lines of industry and advises The outfit left Kissimmee early in expressing an opinion. IN THE TRUST
us to sell. Exceptional bargain with favorable terms of payment. If thU morning and will rest in They said that the President and Sec- 1
interested in good propositions where easy money can be made growing cattle 10,000 acre Stock Fans, a bargain if talcs at ..a. ,
and where fine Haines City over Sunday, for these retary Bryan probably; would.reg.rd . ...I' ,
that will never require any feed excepting pasture, a $5.00 per acre. ; -:- .}- .t. (- z- '
grove can be propogated will do well to investigate this splendid bargain.We people do not believe in travel inf.- on such expressions as disloyal. But Prairie Laid, Orange Grove, HIP llasms.o ......., TisaVer LaaLands ... Ir...-J.' J'
can furnish stock farms any size from 160 acres to 50,000 acres In' that; one tract. Cattle industry in Florida is a big paying proposition, because in their praise of Florida! Mid administration's policy or lack of at AD Price cad .. Easy Terns. / :
'avoid severe storms, long feeding terms necessary in the north. Write us the hospitality they have received policy. One member of the Foreign 2,000 acres Stock Rack tail excaaofe ball. Tab, 'S. *

for bargains i nfarm property, stock ranches, orange' groves' or .splendid They were emphatic in calling Kiitimmee situation pointed to intervention by far ether real statet- .:. -..,. .? .''I .. J_ .' 'IW''"' .., i. ..
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trucking: far aa. '
an excellent town, and said the United States as the necellB.ryoucome ,

NELSON REALTY CO. that: Broadway was by far the most of conditions. Orange Groves all sizes > .. \joke.RiSSIMMEB

\ ., beautiful street they had ever seen. Some of the congress leaders are and'pfJ'l-'l .
We wish for them much success (In hopeful that when, the President returns [

Rear of State Bank Kissimmee,.,Fla. their journey, and a safe return home to, Washington, following; his 1 L. .:
if they'must go, assuring them and conference with John Und* that he ..
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Procee'dings' Orib 1 1 warrants la &'... ... ......' Noah Yates, H M Partln. Joe MUCHISICKNESS'V I : : '
V : good roads trip. ,. \ { Anderson W Collins. UO. Us vis.. V OVfV the patient. or hl. r nU.V :
76.00i 1>. w. "' M Kuban>. D V Johnson.. D M Har- '
.L>-..1.1'. $18.00 and I Barber, W''H Lnler. H f. O\ler. The'.unscreened ,earth..doeet, .t. .

i1: Comniissioners l The resolution ". H .Overslreot.. J K Mass Jr, RESULTS FROM source' of '1an.gela1NI; 'because' It ''is
,,Kis imme. County; I of 'Commissioners .. .Hlmmons, J H L3iIrb.r-1i-Mfll.k.. V
I Harder .1' It tones-n O -C Ar- "just the other side of the tetice* '
reitard.lni; ft,.) .. no M ,
)L1L 24 florid read and Jill III" I 1 T A Court J H Halndeu Mat Bass, I doesn't lessen the "
-.. A communication ti CromnrtU-_ N t. ISdwards, W LIo..I..y. LACKOF SCREENS dancer, But ifj} .,

: V KI..l nm..*. Kla Jan. I. 1DI4. I West attorney I&,," J K U..dwln.V Farrls. Kd ; I neighbor relaxes, this danger 'andrwe' .
- The Hoard of ou'.tC..mml."lou"r.: payment of c-osts* / .. { !>oyl!.i Hearn .Jtssl )Itsrrla.
pR.. J,, WIM1' ON of ._-Couniy met In regular iiiaslou wardens, was .read ; J Johnston, A I I. MorrisW.P "Tl-on. ---- don't he has not the legal right to;.

. on the -abovn dat.. there tielnw same ordered tllod. H, Pal tin W W Purlin.,, () W Aahtonr to'' it otherwise
- J : present. IQ.! ..... Urnfey.. Jt, "V. Ijinlcr. 'A. The clerk was \ II Arnold !M War run, H 1 lj 'Warren. V compel us screen; or
K. U...... I ) A liitss, A W Whale,'. W I Bower ,
In the of
Johnston acting Costs caso
commtaslonera Pat
.t Upts ir In teats Bul1dl4Ul.OrnCJII as .ttor"'ur.; tli' Honrd, andJ.. J* et al. for further T Itnss, l It U Hlenls. J 1-1 Bryan C proceeding to'abate iiuch a unt.

; e to 12 m; Overstrei-t. ".,";'. .Ik.; V I The bands of '11" '"k'r. H W Hoyce.'K'A Bow' ,,, '*ance. .but he must first establish the.
Horns, } jAfivT were examined ,' l> Ji..n. f. A Carson 8r, A C ('hapI"n. PLIES J1OQUITOESAMD: OTHER .
: : m. The mlnuteM of Iho lust ineetlnK were era I Mtatufea .of the < I; \\. Campbell. T I. Curry. H l> V fac tof the' nuisance and )betCire'h..'
lephoo4 No. 76 Jun 6.Jy.w.w lr. read and approved. V ", A 1* (Unvldaon. J C nibble. T INSECTS: GREAT UISSEMl.NATOKS I""
Kherlft's feed bill
Hon. tH.. Acre.. climb "t..oro thHoardand nmlni-d and ,' h., II C I"ttn. d K Funk.,.ti A litigation Is ended, the har mil likely'

: : CARSON Work of, widening" asked them the to road conlliiuu rn le thtl between Cost bill of the J..Jv., .,J'. K W Billiard A Joiner\V a (1 U Harklna.Uawson.J.W . OF DISEASE to have been done, And a decent m n-

Klsslmmev anti t.'amplu.1ttla'! In.( \V. 'lcICIv.y .... Miller John McPhatteJPoster hesitates force' ''
I| long to hls'jietghbor
V . I GEUMS. TilE LAWS OF .tobe
; / *: DENTJS'I tlon. ,, 1)1''d. Henry Oiieal. O .
., E,9wnIwM1.SV' vaflht' tiftora 1ho Hoardand The following; \ I'artln. Joe Nlmlts. ; I.. HYGIENE UEMANI) !decent, ,.
t Instated. thst the lion I'd' alto 1mmedlatfc -I I ined purov-cd and J H Keddltt. W 1.. "..wi.. V

Office over Col.'. Jewelry Store action In makliiK preparations drawn.. I l Klmnions. A l) Storv. CV mute. I CLEANLINESS.The Husband (shsving) Bothejr'' the. .
for the exhibit of Oscfolu county at 1': I., Lrf-sley. com. W ThompMon. Keth Tlson. J M Tay .
Office Hours: 8-12. 1-5 the Orange county fair. I H. V l anler. c-iim. I ,! . d 1 I H Vt ....dAII. IM Whldden. It n razor I ,.fj'
Office phone J&8 Inforelh I A K llass, com. I A M I., ('Itohice ..
others raine Yiites.
and .1 M
C.V. llruna I ring. '
that Ih" roadbetween 0 It lI....... "'''". I tI. I I J A\f .ruit- Wife-What's the matter now! ,.
1 Residence 23 .. Hoard and Insisted J Clayton. (3 H I'rnther." demand
laws of clean-
Oseeola county and ltr.-var.l I \V F. Walker eom I ... C .F Prevnft Jr. J \I. Heaves. K I" hygiene You're "
.. administered for extraction of Iretb'mR. county should run through Nar'............. W .1 Wears. ii t tIl ," / I, .. ". II C SIAnr", '". s H Htory C .tllMI(11i14. ness, physical cleanness, for all for our dreadfullyilltempered.. IL:
stating that the road already, extended I I. II Ingriiin. care. I IJ W W Hilunders.. Horn Thoin- Husband-The razor is so bomlnably i
t I from Narcooasee! eastward for.number ,it I i K: HIIHS, janitor I IH ;. A K Thoinaa.1; \ Frank; \ ans Agnew. own sakes and quite as much for the I

< H. S. GEIGER of miles which wwuld 'I". "I !I II llelKi-r, sal.: : J Woodall. AV Wlnn. i I' ll I White is//' dulL ,
benefit of the It taken
1 I. O neighbor
J ernlreet, I.
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I JPHYSICIAN AND SUMCHBONCitlsens ocr..t caving to tho i-omily In hull.I'1 lletir Sullivan ( 10: "..un". M J Crowder. A 1C lloiie- Wife-Dull T Why, I ripped up an !
) ,
fcV said road. '. .1 C I'artln.. H o Purlin otlo not be nuisance to to
1 tog ., '' a our neighbors
,q Bank Building .1. %' . I build onmil-- John I liavlH. ....I. & , ) nothing of being a menace. .Ii
Kissimmee Florida Hoard and proposed to ... H I. Mlii rh 111111. W ,\ HcHHlons. f f. say
H .1 .. bnl. beautifully. Punch.
of road of cypress .boards 1 1.2 Inchesthick .Joln. \ ( 11111., J H Tin.tall.. JV Tlner. J M Few of would choose the hermit'sexistence \
Phones: Office 297 or 64 right feet wide. and. w11 creosnted. H .1. o'ljulnn. n-p "' ...,, .1 i. C J Woodnll. .1 II Wonclnll. us V
1 >Nnla Tel, Co. 8 .
at a cost of tlt.M thousand ,I. Walker. J F ''Clnrkson., C Oimp- for we draw our greatest inspiration .
per .
265. 14-lyr ,VIii l -lit I I I'oor Ka rm !l
Residence mil.
: which" aggregates about $ : p. Ilit Ferrell.Ther .
that I Ir tin' John. M I I.---. i ..".1 I I such as it is from others
r. Tucker RSO! proposi-d / befUK ill furth.-t litiHhieifH to -
(n.! I I. Halliard, ,
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Hoard would put nail from nature for human
el-lk'K, I ofltee not V
I t
tI,.' A. t I. railway . ,
'T* RIVERS M. D. running down .nl. on the 15th dav of Jiinunrv. A
M. on the south to furnish' I:h.: .lumber I C-o; alton\\ olNt" '''''1. I !(4'II.1 I In special s'ssioii. I (companions and not from the trees and
I foi I Ihe bridge across Hhlnul. r.'ikci | -\ | J." I. VKHHTKKKT.] CI. I'll
i T M I Ills ""H. "0111 > hills and streams. '
SURGEON muttondul
PHYSICIAN and Ill] ") "III per Ihousaii'l' I'pon, I
... Mi" Kl\: i'S "In-iu-Nl I Asthma
I 1I..r.. I. ii I I" .put
.: Office orer Osceola Pharmacy siitmthrouirli> seeoml.-d) the..I i nsa I 11 nil I \ a ii li.liits./ .1 .1 1 Ilium. Imor' ... , One penalty of human OHOciation if

: ....k'... Ml Tm-k.-i to .u-1 .1 ,K l.upf, NOTICE ,' to do to at least
iiiiHHllilnn.l we are our part, give
53 ,
]nealdence I
I t liinib.i out for, I Ii.- lirliU.' .ax H.oii'us it..h' 1cl.I"'I; : : i :::: I
PBON.,8' I tin |
I I .M 1 I
: { Offlee 14MI hirould.. u-i' - us much as we receive, is that we must ;
/ Th- Hoard took i.......... until J! .P m I,i VV' \ Joiner, '" 'VI. I 1.1st of nani.'H :Htili'lteti: : from t'h.- Cll> j V Birch Mountain Herb

The I Hoard/ ini-l lit 2 !I' >,, ii I H I b'-lng I !I. .\ Lincoln -... ..' .ml Ion Hooks by tho city (..... .. for granted that no one intentionally

: .. \ WINNPHYSICIAN i 'I""slunii.: :' I'TuUo I of St CloM.l I' 1 pre I.-nied Julian 111.\0.I \ Anllton HI I > "I.I ii ; : I'-n H I thth retcular diiof I. adjourneil Januarv lflri'ti..I.-1 threatens his neigbor's peace, safetyor Has no Nothing '

i ,,-tti.uuu HlKin-d liy ii nuinlii-i, of cmxeiiw II. ". v I llnHM" : | I I health but many, very man yof us, Eua

I ". - : S of M I Ht rllland. I'loud... aakliiK iiul,' faniilmime'for:: ,I supportfin :: ;: I I JIl K "Vans li. .. I : lion. Win ,K tflil....I arc a poxitive-and persistent threat to Jut. Go :i

J W tiis. r. ?! m... Itobert, H niove.1
Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. 1-lhti I IIIIHSVI.! for Ihf lalion ]> I li.lnIh. John IiuvlN V 1 ...1","ii. t-:.. X dead I his health. We didn't use to think #
Htanfoiil cam-
: H ClH.v ,, ofthe S II I HullH It IIh.Iii ii '' : I" . I U M dead so for acted nth that the Better than medi '
__DWC PROME '1'1' KlsSIMIiEE.r. .. Hoard MM n epri Menln,11' ] we o theory any ready-made
VI. Y''D'' KlKmlm......-. ."...f .14 W 1I1"" h'..) :i :::'':' :'''. .\ C :moved: : : : I
OvnoB Proum "f Trn.lnf, '
; lloiird alii.mlilrtss ,In hli h t I. H I IliKriim. coats I II in, ,icr., c \\ moved fence between us, or perhaps the pla'ewhere cines. It U purer and
I nmilan
caAwpo..1 I 11N1111 InKIII I ill Hint/ h. ,, :IB ulml,1 l", ..,. 'h"l; I I. Kl\e;H; Inuram.> ,IlKlllenA:, : .',HUN- ; I I I i II--H.''-,'. .1 John I 1C moved inovi'd I the fence ought to be (butwasn't more effective than gaante '

{ a. ..... AQMBW w. sCRAWFORD. lloaiil/ 1 "f (Viinlv" "fimiiilKKltiiU'i | ran- I 1 ,lIlt. U I II I ui-ived barier known the medical profession. V 1
li iiipld, '>- ) was a impossible for to ;
C OHCi-olu <*otmt > nuikliiu HIM. I Illgl.S4 I I. II, ..,lltti'e-l.' "I ; I 1 ..11... JoI I nitivetl

: VANS AGNEW & In u UIMM.1 riiail, 10"11.11". ..,r.l, Inalno Ihin .thu i e.l.. rattle , , 1,,. K. K: moved all contagion. Hut we have learned Made at home in five minutes- II
HII.I| I thai hiliiMiilll> ,,
.."Inoc. \\.II'r. Id.: ", vo'el '
.1 I I. < -
AT1CRNF-VE. AT-LAW linn, i.>f the lion id,I l III "" ,'url"," ulali\U .. ,I'I I. II 1"1"1.Ivel'Htrect. ..""",, l I 1"ir. H. 1 I.. u. . moved that flies, mosquitoes and some other even by a cid Purely vegetable '\
iiinxiftH, lt> l I.- uiniil| 'In Ih. w m
lilting. ";,1" 11..1 nov..eI narcotics
KlHx Valley 11tzi-tt. the of and
: disease and
pests ,
| 'germs
I .iMllllllMU. I lolKlM | 'I i' I. llaiiilv. ,...,.. 1 ...."". lOflward. moved carry achol
.. .. "lit I : "" :i I \
Hl.-i-l aKsw.r
Offlrm !;.4 s-r Cllirrnt llsnk nnlldlBKKlMimmee I S-nl-il hlds I :M I. \iu llfiE. tuilit I .> I.., I"'. M moved that fences don't stop them. or poison. I luert
iullI \
uillil! all I 101.| |"I .' .
to : Florida op.-lii-il V,j I I I. I >\ .-I.KM cut. ...-.. 1 I ,'h '"hlrt.. N moved form
i iH . live unto himself alone!
: OIIHlll'-l I'llI'noii man can
I motion iluiv K.-I ondi-il, tin Iliiaiil, lilt tietal! \ i leport 1 i 'Tn Ii rI Ii Ihi lb. I I. lj ill cveil Atma,
II ATV II lin-w Co. I IJudge r"" 'P, .1 moved A of fever is
haKi-l of .\ T l Wood. Ii.|,n Miitltlvi : . case typhoid a menace
| "It M i: tnovetl
B'I" I) GEIGEK. ..r Ih. :Miinl.Sti'l 'nli\l 1..1 "'n it i- , ; j I It 141' .1t."eI to all the in of the 2l-:7: tact throat
j I two I w.-l\i--inlili .."oc-.. ill, l KHH| Wnuon Wks. I I "S "'N .1 I neighborhood spite any .
I'oinpalM. ... I J \\ moved
l iK-eola Hdw t'o .. hut ii.
lull .aril, sumt .> I"- .paid :! fences. A malarial is lung stomach
a CIIHI of $ro76 I I "" C II moved, patient or may ,
It MaklllHOM "
] ;
ri om nlninonllis 1 I
for, I In Hlx and \\' AC liio: Co. ) """ 11. .1 M moved be the of to kidney or
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : "I. i li; 'u lit IntinstSalil ] source danger everybody blad
; iiKi.-em.-Mt \Pi ,. ',I ll-lu 1 ,1\ ".S .1 q I m".eI "
road. 1 ,l.ill-is I iS l lift- Co. nup ( r i eler V
. I.Ills for j \
moved within mile.
-iiiKl.lfin-. I III. I IN. lldu Co. loa-l i r\ \ .1 i I-: a A consumptivewith le
: nft'-i <
Office State Hank Building .p.l 'n.-il.' nii.l P 1 I.. m..1
:'I : \\ Vnhloii. ''I".. "l \ yourself
T Mooi.l ,
..". and upon liiaifnu his his careless habits of spitting andtubercular ,_._
) 0. Kissimmee. Florida j .\ T 1"r' I I I I v. hum i, ,1 s TlHon 2:1:1 H I .. of Birch Mountain
It S SafToitl, 22 da I II .I J "' patients k -
i-H--nti-il cliff. ,". n( loiul. n.II..i, i-oiii- i > are notoriously ,
1.1.1| I I I 1. A N ,1t"1
I 55 "
M.--h I HroK horn- Herb
.., I I" I tinmxi.l) I liatili"f. > .
"In '
I paiil-H lilIt S ." I K l o\ . \\ I' "' careless may be more dangerous to V I
Slit' "i'
1 : 1
mahlinH., Ill-- I'.o.irilipoHllioncil V
(lEO.F. PARKER. I Ii. li lolli'tH "".1 ol mini.Tol, fin i :I L ,K; itttMtli." \t. I ... ] I 1 w I In C I 10 the community than the leper in olden V atoncea.ndif ,
,IAUorne < -. -k In l-lii.- "..."". \\ I I.I moved I II '
t ". i i>nnlli-inll, : .1 inoved
p .Ill'( S I\
1 .1 'hiss 10,1.1 MilIl times who was separated from his fellows
] st.ii'
-at-Law. HiHoard 1 ii. h- ll-'l-l I ->n I 111-'
< i ". ,, "
; ) > I ii c. W W Iii l I ,
'I ) -.f .lanunl \ 1 !91 l1 AKhtoii. i-iad . A A moved 'I l' W ( ;iiirilii. suui ,
i4 Instiurl..l 'nimiili-slon. i uli | I .
Collection and .
Conveyancing .\ Tinllniird I,.. HIIHM I to look' .1 rt.'l H. M. Miil1lanil I IMIari-I I" UK Moi.-, l I "' ''.... .. i Flank, moved tno\e-l I' others of his proximity by the cry: to feel a if life was living "
I Specialties. r.,11n".1. i ... i Unit, tluv v. i.Hllppli'll ''d.-.. wor '
mid V:/ \" .-, ,It C inoM-il "Unclean unclean !" Indeed the tubercular and in short will : ,
\ K.ihH. wood f.ii you
Wlll I rllltllllll. .111-1 i 1[ avery tme .
. JltOO. ,, .
112 Broadway. 4 inoved
: % 'I' K rr.\lt.. Kam- II : "' C .1C '
in.iveil walking the streets see a woncferful change your \
T II ;
, I' 1'n.l-. I In I I-II I 1 to I 71.1 I : 1
nunV i
\ \ ",r'''''viiil-all-in I I .. I I '
F. KRIBBS hill HUH .li-ii-l, ) In op.'li llniiiil.. i.. 1,1-'1, I''V VliituJ :So; l-'la i.ii Iii lii ) Cn. I I .I | ) "" .1 I.' 10 in-ive-l ni.iM'.l and frequenting public places is far condition. It isjust a effective in
; I I KaUKhll"I I U. I H
/J. inuld not ,ni-t UK mtll.. I IliispiMlor 1 l-'lllloll I I Hliu fir: I '"If. ., I I Iloy. .,
I In- I
Hint' of Catarrh La
," \ I I ( Ihiil" ,1 severe cases Grippe
more dangerous to public health than V4
..r I ijlj" let No r. "I'pi.n in.i- milltl> : 1 1l'

ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMIIEE FI.A. ;| II.." -lul' > .....-,,".h.d Jain.'K, I mi ram.was .' 1 ',I \\1111"' ; i''IIS. I -."J.OII.I..n. Chap I li .- nm\e Ill II ted.1 l would be the leper. I Whooping Cough, Colds. Cough ,
. ''i I II I Kunli, a-l 1
% ri-CMiliililflidi'd. as lnsi--i-lin| Ironi i ri> \\ -l .
i Examination of Titles ) \ .llMt rt''t I'I'"nio I V I li; VVHhlon.) . ." .....' . < : .. H F. moved I i The danger from yellow fever in and Ni?ht-Sweat. Our guarate V
Speciay.k ;
a ni.iM-il
1 I/I" J .1
, i : I 1l'a li l aiik] ... ) / .
TinriBiilill, lull, adiipt-'d. t li.v I III- I l.oaiil.if OIl : < and it does
Notification and payment of taxrs of I I .. t'iulutV I'oinnilBslnlM'l, Ii ..I' iso-ola: Julian I new. net ,, .itIi.. .M. I F moMI. Florida in a tiling of the past thanks goes every can i
I .." . '. .1 .1. M liioM-d
,. non-reeidents given careful ,'ounl)'. Kovernlnn I h. ILIIII| s andHiilajttH bels. for ifill... __ "'_ I t.-I Ma< k .- iniiv-il to the wisdom and intelligent foresight not benefit you your drggt will
attention. 'I of of tilt ,f..n,1 l np- i \ Iw.-r mid, ,, T M Murphy .1. ( ,'.... I refund
I "I. 1'ln..r'I III
; 2 I
you your
Ml.-1 .unit" .In.IK- Jiixelnl- ( of the late Francis P.
cuptaln. of HiKiinrdu vuis I "uk O M . moM-d Fleming, I
(Hi. iiiliilits \' I. \\'liiIi.. auto h h' I , I I
I nil Hpi.a.l liP".n BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO.
I I V H I"| : ..eotl :N i li ni.iM-il when as Governor of Florida, he had .

I Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett I I A coililnuiin" .Hlon lioiii \101, "I-. Iii I l 11 \\ M.I. i in ii'' .. ." I' ...I.1"tel.,.". H Klincf l I' iin lullS. "iil> -I i his first legislature to organize a I Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A. (

-rOHNSTON &: GARRETT :I lilHtrli'l N.m.I ,Innpi-ftiil';01". H. of HIIH in.-i ri'inl IIB I In and op.'1'ianilM n 1 1V 'board.In I,I I,: oml I I. ,I.,H sl.-v.lii| "I" "...t'r. I I II. Iti I I .''''..\. I.).C.It.I F Jr moved nio\oil State Board of Health, and it is no I Sold by Kissiranrxye Drug Co. Klsstm- :

'. Atterney at Law V I'I" vi III ill BO-HI hHtHliil txplliand/. I Ilial! bin I If his. oiiinilKHliinwould sir, It-i-H \ I .I-l.|" II: h-is. \p. ".... . ; I I 'n.. ...John II moved moved 'I longer the occasion for anxiety from I mHo "'I no& ItI
.1 I
,,.' l In I'oKt.ll. Tel. I'o. "..... 1 .i \
Office 10, 11 &: 12 UK such Inapet-toi were n.- ._ ...It. HI.I . m.lV-ll June to October of each year as for-
would, itpiti-clitl<- II mill--,' fioiii tin- II i \1.,1.l I \ l j I
1 Citizens Bank Bldg. I l'i .Silk "l-'vatiM.; '''''' J 1\ IitliVi The three diseases
I Hoard Ki I I II "' '' .-ii) merly. contagious "
I I 11 11 I mo\
IV XUiimmee, Florida. 1 was Upon liislruc't-: motion duly to] ;itotlf s.-i-utidxl) ;..1."I',,',I.< .1 1. :.:k: ,I I 1. H It l.u.llani..Kill mer.apt Hei\. \ I IK ), HHl-1104.g g .. ,. (1 I I-1 . ,IllOVell moved I from which Floridians have most to

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ hat as then- was alreud> two Impii.ors I, CltlKeiiH Hank of l Kl ] :", .... I F--------------------I\V. -- fear are tuberculosis, typhoid and malaria VI \
In said distrlc-t I that I his s.rvlcciswere Arthur "K. I Hum-gun. I ' and
__ _
)'''..r. H.\ .__ __ moved
ti Loots Go .AVY. T. riCTON W..LOW no loner nuutled. Kohl. Hass. horse ,. S. S. -- u ________ moved and the seriousness of each Citus .

late Couna.l tar Judnof Court tbs Attorney W. J. Mi-nrs urvanntfil a in 1-2 days ___- .. J. H. uu.n____u______'.___ moved might be materially lessened if these
risrlda B & Criminal
.Curam. copy or a letter which he hail written Jessie McNeal core P. {'. _______,________ moved Oramental Tree
& WARLOWArrOIIIEYS Co the ().)yernor for rules nml r"Rulalons M. K Lesley for .Co. ( .. I. C. __-_...-.......-___ moved same Floridians would remember, in a'
MASSEY aa to the care .f stat 1 prlsoncin.which J. C. bulling1 state ), Joseph it. __...__.____ moved
) hIre _________.__ practical that have
was ordered nled. V I/ ? way they neigh
Kuad J. 10. __r._____._,______ moved .
AND COUNSEIXOS Upon motion duly seconded Chalrman fund transfer .. W. _________.__i.: ______ moved bors. I Shrub
vict lease andiFIowers:
i1 AT LAWFlractle )0:. L> esley. was appointed. pur- fund -w ; I .. I I'. .F. __n__________ moved Hedge,
,insliiK ntri'nt. for. th<- I Hoard I 1'nld >vnrrantH How?
.. ....... J. H __ ___ moved
: In all the Oourts of the fUt snd of I'llHoard I purchaHt-l ..Arthur I') "I't-lleil from the si.. t : .,-, S V. unO_ _ .. .-_ moved
I th* UnlUd ...'-. .Uo before the Florid. Rail. DOIII-KUII tinfollowlnt I ; In' nil lo li- iixi-.I I luws.lieiiral. By remembering (and acting the !
.. moved on
J'hltman. i-----------
w-4 C.mmero.i : : : : ; I Landscape Gardening
; i nlaafcoa. and the Intontats ns .a i-ountv rla> ,pll. tn-wil I.--IH H'V *nu- I .1. 1':. ,moved.
i "' 1oD.U..J4 S' lit&) and Nlnely-Klx, $ i !" l. I "Fine and Forfeiture 'Illla", ... lllrain buIlt .-d recollection ) that Florida's greatest J. Schnarr Intectidde

CluaLMTOX. BLDO. ORLANDO. FLA.M isN" tinAtlantic. I'imHt J.lmrallw.i> H ICoai! Fund - ) I litee. .J c. . _Inn..1'Ilhll barrier to disease its most mighty &Co
1 right, of city ttiroiiRh Hiild. lusts .alNii,; a TreiiMUier's report I ,
\ ; : : I ,>. W It moved G. recommend)
- un (Sold under U. S.
strip of land hirig iM-Twc-n the Allan- IIIK on .." ,'r. Jaitib _ "moved weapon of defense is the fly proof
'n u
tic"oat4t I i..i lii. rallwa I I / ) ivnil. th- preHentfouiit Cenernl, I Ki-veiui- .
. .. P. .\. . IIwv'd
ANDREW JOHNSON ) road know it us I h. CampbellStation I I Fine Ac Forfeiture .. ] \\'. I.. n..U _-n __ moved screen. It is the doctor's most potent Lime -.Sulphur Mixture for
< 'mail wlllrh rmit4 thrnuKh hits School Fund : :
The Council will meet on TueH la ally in the conthrol of disease, and it
Uond Fund >
Niui I '-thr'i' ( 193). Ninety-four (941.
) ATTORNEY - I Etc. Spray
Conlet 1 I., Fund, .. 3rd. 1114. at 7:30: P M.. lo Fower.
One Hundred ( HMi). ( me Jlundred One -'' '' : doesn't cost nearly so much as the doc
;: q: Will Practice in all Court. (101). dmllundretl Two (102). One S H. 1 > No. I u complaint of persons claiming and truck.
State and Federal Hundred Three. ((103). One. Hundred S. S. ]I' No.2 :4 :: their names have i been Improperly tor's bill amounts to in a single typhoidor I bth
Four ((104), and One Hundred Twerit- S S 1 I. No. 3 .' from the 1 Registration Botiks.
Office adjoining' ; Broadway one ((121) or the recorded man,' of IMn1- S S. l 11. No. 4 1 I J. It. HL.BRHT. malaral case. The humble screenis At.

J Citicens Bank KlnsimmecTTV dale.. also through the Kant Half of the H. M. l I'4. No.5 : ) 1 It Clerk. a fit text for sermonizing or for thepoet's i I H. Edmund Swabey,
Houth-Kust. Quarter of the HllolhW..Il H. S. I II. No. 6 .

Izv' .. .. all of which IH In Township' Total .. . inspired verse. Residence 9 Orlando Ave.P. .
Twenty-five !Mouth of !llnnnre Twent Tax Collet tor's FENCE SHINGLE Medical science has established the
: .
H. JENKINS nine ICust. ed the following: O. 625
I A communication from the Comptroller Ceneral Revenue ..,.. CREEK CEMETERY fact that the fly caries the typhoid B
ru-lat"log I.. the publication vf Auto License ",
r SURVEYOR the financial report of Osceola county Tux Collector's i germ, being contaminated itself from

rend In Hoard and. C. Jo'. Johnson showed $1900
was open the unscreened excreta of the
fraUrnitjr Hall Kiislmmee, Fla. .editor of the Usceola Journal be- The following 'hr The Ladies Circle of Shingle Creek typhoid

q Inir" present agreed to print same without were selected to raising a fund to fence the ceme patient. It carries these deadly germs ,
L charge to the year A. I>. 1914 : J. "W. ThompsonFUNERAL
,. On motion duly :::0'.t1'd: : Mr. John- J K Alderman. J to unscreened food which other perSons

i' : .">n's proposition to print 'financial ruport Wright W H \\' consume and in turn infected.
i .oa-. 4. 1. racKS of the county was accepted. Orover Tlndall. 8 J To all who have an Interest in are DIRECTOR ,

Phyaieian ','. .... Johnson. also asked the Board dler. N S Blount. It Creek cemetery and would The cycle i II an endless one. 1
not to make any one of the newspapers Underfill! A I, and
; and Surjeon In the county the official organ but to llard. R L, $tory. to have a part in providing The Anopheles mosquito in much the

1, '.. Office Phone. leave It open to the papers to bid for Tindall. U C substantial fence for same, we same way becomes infected with the EMBALMER
the printing to be done for the county. W I Bronson. W : LCESE
? f4 .' U.BId.. OMe 41-Re. 40 The Hoard then passed a resolutionthat Raulerson. tJV \ this menas of notifying you, and germs of malaria, when she bites the
for the year IBM all books and Henry Evans Jas C
: ; : unscreened sufferer. She flies with
$ \ stationery used by the county and all son. O T Chandler, you that your contribution

; the printing..rd'.b: : for' tI the the county lowest be let It by.'J Ha M r her..nla: W,: ; :: be appreciated and duly appro- burden of contagion to the neighbor Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave

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4. fT
if T 1. K. Farmer came before the Board son. A J Barber. sitting in the late afternoon or even- .
t l'It" ( and stated that the salary fixed by HA".. D H anler.. ; rlAt
the commissioners for the captain of Reavea. J B Story. Give or send all contributions to Ing o nunscreened porches or sleeping CDBB -

A ((1 D nn & Dann the guards was not xufflctent. but Hronson. J H E. L. D. Overstreet, Secretary, in unscreened bed in unscreened .
>?, agreed to take care or the prlaoners son I H Ralknlght.
until January ISth. at which" time the Carn.... Q J n..... S 57, Kissimmee, or Mrs. J. G. Bron- rooms and houses. This cycle, too, ii
::9 Hoard will appoint a captain.The tlc Clyde Edwarda. : -
; Cirocery Company Kissimmee. an endles but if of the three -
Board took recess until 2 p. m. er-tree. C W ( n, Treasurer, Route 1, one any

& The Board met airsln at 2 p. m.. all ris. J A O'Berry A 1 essential links in the chain-the mosquito . E. E.
.i' -101 BrsaJwsy present.A ton d C Outlaw, : Welt ... ,
\ communication from H. J. O'QuInn i Peterson. leo .. 10 CENT "OABUAUKTS"FOR the disease germ or the host, thE

'. was read In open board) and same or- J 1 Adams individual patione is lacking thE: Real Estate and Insurance
dered filed. ; WW Bell. 'Ao'BHB... ? : LIVER AND BOWELS -- ,

.. the Qeanet Store instructed to draw Is broken and \ thE
4 .Operate I The clerk was a Howen. Ord Bass chain eventually
for 660.00 In favor of lion. \V it.. Jack
t ; nd Sells! the Freshest Groceriei'of I warrant I. C. L.unlnir. state treasurer as balance Brown.IG. J W disease itself would be banished fronr

hire of state convicts fur the first quarter. (Cobb J M Cure Sick Headache, Constipation,, the earth.
'q' : House in Kissimmee. V
. '.,. The Board Instructed the clerk to senberry. V It ': Biliousness. Sour Stomach, Bad And right here is where cornea ir I A-PECALT

.. . . . . ....o..o.oo.l draw a warrant K. L* l for ..1260. same no In being favor the ofCbairman Gilbert Hyde. W R H T> Oulce Mann, Breath. -Candy. Cathartlo. the responsibility of each one of ui a HOUSES AND ROOMS

.t '.- I r amount appropriated. by the Commissioners Tlson J K L.upfer for his neighbor's safety. The patient
j' for an exhibit. from Oaceoln Nelmeyer. C C 203 Bro2u Phont '
county at the Granite County Fair. H Crosby. J Starr No odds how bad your liver atom. Buffering from either one of these di >ay :
The clerk was Inatructed to draw a Hatton. F I.. )) -
'IT bow much headaches
R. F. PARKERIUTAILOR warrant In favor of the Cltlsens Hank J A Blackwell. H J ach or bowels ; your leases is the source of possible, ever 11r-

of Klaslmmee for '!'to.oo as Interest on nler Joseph Basa. how miserable you are from of probable, danger to his neighborand !
extension of loan warrants.The Haul..r on. F] R constipation. Indigestion biliousness oo o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI
4-: .. Hoard Instructed the clerk to Young Tlndall.. O C sluggish bowels-you always get it I Ie his duty to protect that neighbor
draw a warrant In favor of Arthur Ij:. by. W 0 Hronson.
,, Done t'.11 for $1100.00. being the amount Bass, P O (' relief with Cascarets. They Immediately V by surrounding his own living an THE

paid for the clay pit Fertlc.' V? R GHd : cleanse and regulate the atom- sleeping quarters by screens, insect PRAYSTONEiIfEi
Upon motion duly seconded the fol- Overstreet: F ; the food .
ajch remove sour, fermenting '
. : I to fl Darliatten ATC. owIng appointment were made. to- land. P Hellars. .' B proof. He should keep out the filet ,
wit: W. J. !Bears! attorney for the Board; James Peterson foul ases; take the excess: bllt 4
V ... W. Ashton. road] supervisor; John W Bage. 8 B from the liver and carry oft the con and mosquitoes so that they may no .

: Davis superintendent. of poor farm; I* Beeman. A Upated waste matter and polso; become infected from''the poison o::f Ml. Tit TUI !
and J, B. B.... Janitor. Barber Buckles. VI
: The Board Instructed ths clerk to no Bryan Fred M from the Intestines and bowela.10ceat his affliction. and quite{ as much tha I; New and second-hand a.lom. f
.C.FThrasher, outlaw' box from biles for sale from 1100 tc .
;; tlfy tha count ynewspapers that their P Arnold I your druggist wt be
the infection not carried tt
'V -\ : 'k':\.ff. A *-. agreement for subscriptions expiredDecember R T Bronson 8 8 I keep your liTer and bowels cloan may ) 1000. at Qraystons. Oarairi ..
WORKER 1st. 1 IIJ I. W8 J Carr B P stomach sweet and bead clear fr' others of his household or of er thi,a .Basaar. \S SB '
fr i t. ; :'SHEET METAL The Board after discussing the bill C Cole, C W Dann 4 L w. rlu.. L L PeITII. ut,.
t St..ICslllag.aSD.da1tl. of County Engineer K. H L.udlam for Dibble B P Hann. : month They work. while you el") fence.: Of course, it i II the duty of th<, . .
Jib services of Deoember instructed the bert. J O Qrlfnn. J V -.-- '
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; .' .. .r' ..'.. .V aoa V t XIa.Inm.. ., WI& clerk to par same In full. The clerk Mll. Noah Bennett. neighbors protect .themselves .

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IP AT.AM' AY' t 1j91.4. ., 1 YMe >t1SSlMMLEYAtLETi" ) GA2ETTE I' '; \ ,.. '. . ,.. .<

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> ; r as; profitable :ii-oj"i; 'Florida T',' Cant i+-:. .oe. .- :' .' aa .oee'4. .oo'e .......... !
[ Apopka 'II'III' qou harp oaf, that Idea until '''several : GLANDERS .*0e ,. Y

\ hundred,,'acres aria put out In Paragrass + ;

or Natal grass Johnson; grassor
e By G, F. Nash, .Veterinarian ae 5rI
;)(r; A r C. SUrbird mad ,* trip to any other good feed grass. "

. ;arrangements for: entering: his son, ""postoffic last,, Saturday afternoon.. Glanders, .the most dreaded disease \ .

? iJ'( 7. in school there lie purchased new equipment and, that occurs amongst-hones and cattle .i1. ',' \;: ' . :

!} 11. li. McClure is preparing to plant placed it in the Freete.building. was .first discovered by Absyrtus, J3jIPT, ." ,1\1. .. ,.. .w' ,',<"1., ./' /, :
" ., Mr. Bearding of Ohio was an Or. I-I (1 i' wI. '" J '",J '..1I,1., "\"" '
_., laj-ge crop of, tombatoea here. this a Greek veterinarian in the army of A .', .
.Center visitor this week. Mr. ''
.Spring.. ange Constantine the Great, 313 A.. D. ; ".' "
Rearding. with conditions .
';t Miss Florida Newman 'it expected _wety pleased Vegetins Rehatus, veterinarian to ] . .,' .
.'' ''to, arrive here this week after an abe i Theodo.iult/318 A, Dv'also' gave an ] \>'l .._ '" IJ
Mr. Wilson of Wallingford. Tex.
'aence from*home of about two years, account.of this disease and describedit ] "
arrived last week with of
spent In North Carolina. car goods with accuracy. Not:until the'16th ]' : .,. .
and he )tai to stay, u r IaAI t. ny!
)Ira.. J.. E.'WHloughby and two interesting says com !century did Sollyrel; master of horse f
little daughter will arrive Mr. 'and Mrs. Morrey of Detroit I to Louis XIV of Franc, give an act

Saturday..evening from Wilmington, whom we expected last week, failed to .count of it, followed by Garsault, later

t" ''N, CL, to spend the remainder of the arrive until this week. They are now by Bonrgelat founder of the Alfort
Installed in the Pine
Winter here. school of veterinary'' medicine, near
M XIarod a-hopping trip Mr. Gishwiler of Texas is now an Franca: JAtHoiiiw
',' raG. Paris !Ii
Centerite and } ,
Orange of boosters
one our

Orlando last Friday. The bacteria now known as the ,. S
'il: The little daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. in a quiet and effective way. Milieus Humidius, was discovered i

, i I I..:L. Turner U reported on the sick Quite a bunch of Orange Center by Loeffler &; Schutz in Germany 1883, '

:' ist this week. people attended the first day of courtIn after Dr.. Bouchard and Capitan had
i Orlando this .
: j> A. J. Walker and Mr. Peek spent week.Mr. experimented with the human beingin y .

w 'sgrersh:, Gays this week out on the Spence is home again and has a French hospital at Paris, Is'
"; line repairs again assumed the title of chief fish ] I
: Winter Garden making There is no specific cure for

'. .to the telephone system. erman. sease and the best measure is to 1881'1 Iv
There are several new houses now troy the animal upon the George Blackstone Irving a lecturer' of national
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construction here and
l' ,untier course of suspicion by the owner.

'yet we are still scarce of room for il Narcoossee .11 reputation, and "Better-Town Promoter" by profession :
who desire to make their home .
; those has written book called I
the message
, Riley Mitiel and family have arrived I
'1 Hugh McClure is doing jury service of which the "
in Narcoossee. 'states is "Buy at Home. The '
In Orlando this week. .
41;t fi' ,
Robt. Barnes and Mr. Henly of Lake !
I l Sick Mrs.list.T. C. Partin continues on the Michigan arrived at Runnymede Mon- Y Springfield [Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr.Irving, !Ii'a
1 five Cents Per Line
hag accepted a day.The prize of $500 for the best :
::1 Talmage Wiley position parties who bought the Wm. .'Each Insertion.*. Yy plan '

as clerk in the McLeoa grocery, Monlsdoca place have arrived and will Lri ..H. interests studiecthe ;'
x moting the their city. He has
filling the vacancy caused: by the resignation take possession at' once. FOR SALE. ,' ::5'1"

to of Plymouth.Carl Reed, who has removed Ed. Mitzel has bought a horse, and subject in this country and abroad. Consequently he ; f. :: :
); lots for sale
is in position to look after his FOR .
now a
V Miss Katie Walker, accompaniedher own and his father''10-acre grove. I cash or time, no interest, no taxes knows what he is writing about and the followingquotations I, .. G
father to Winter Garden last Sat- until paid for. Cheap for quick sale. :
Mr. Wiley of Bethany, Ohio, has I 62-4t /
Geo. F. Parker. make
for the
urday. just finished setting out his 10-acre V a strong Buy- ;

t Messrs. Bard and Campbell were I grove with nice large trees which he- FOR SALE-Five acres of land and a ing-at-Home '
t here this week looking over real four-room house in Pinedale. Will i movement : 1/ w
purchased from the Buckeye nursery Address Lfl \ 1J ,
estate.W. give bargain to quick. -

T. Wilson, our postmaster, made at Mr.Tampa.! Lockwood has just finished his Box 172, Kissimmee, Fla. 62tfVg i i "Every citizen of a community, farmer, laboring man, profes-. :' ,.

t a business trip to Sanford last Tues shed for his pinery, which covers WILL SELL my store, building and sional man-each and all owe a heavy debt to their town. Altogether !

day.Mr. 3,000 plants, and intends to set out stock of general merchandise, everything too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow ,

C. K. Pomeroy and W. O. Hall another still larger and has his ground new and up-to-date, doing \ citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments with- !5

of Orlando were in Apopka last Tues ready to set out a 40-acrc citrus grove.A I fine business but other interests require ( out giving value received." Yi ,

day distributing literature advertis- large party came from Cincinnati -j my attention. M. M. Monohan, "A resident of a town should Yi
ing the Mid-winter Fair to be held in I Davenport, Fla. 43-tf always patronize that business in k
Orlando Feb. 17-21, inclusive. The to Narcoossee Thursday in a : his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference +,

a counties of Osceola, Lake, and Seminole chartered car. The party numbered FOR SALE-Forty acres of good that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This principle
twenty-five and are stopping at land; five acres cleared; one
II have all combined with Orange \ applies to every line of business."
Runnymede hotel. hundred orange trees beginning to i : r
/ on this exhibition and it is fully expected Miss Blanche Johnson, who has beento bear; close to Davenport. For particulars "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the x ..I

1 : that this year will be by far Tampa visiting her sisters for a write Mrs. J. L. Thomas, German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds'
the fair of since the
enterprise greatest has been established.S. any fortnight, returned Saturday.Mr. Davenport, Fla. 4-St ii i urging that home Interests need all local capital. The general

W. Eldredge, T. M. Byars, W. T. Ind, .has Bobrink purchased from ten Lawrenceburg acres of land; FOR SALE-Farm of 10 acres, 3- 1 manager of International. Harvester Company told the writer I M ,

Wilson and Lee F. Lovell all stood the which he has contracted out to be room house, 7 acres cleared and r that it is more difficult to introduce their products in Germany ., -

postmaster's examination in Orlando cleared and set out in citrus fruit, fenced 2 acres fine young grove than in any other nation. When a nation acts this way is it not sig

last Saturday and it is presumed that as soon as possible.Mr. just coming into bearing: W. N 1 nificant lesson for towns ?" !Ii F,

S. the next postmaster for Apopka will Jones, Loughman, Fla. 2-tM !Ii
McGee, who arrived with the

i be Mrs.selected T. J.from Smith that and list.little son, special car, is here to superintendthe FOR SALE-20 acres half cleared nice x]! Yes it is a significant lesson for this very community.

I. setting out of his grove, the trees
fences, fair house,
i John William, accompanied by Mr. arrived. young grove i
having J
M .T. Anderson and Miss Willie. O. some crops now growing; terms !
Mr. J. Padgett, who has been here .,
j reraonable. J. H. Halley, Loughman -
Knudson, motored over to Orlando I'
Monday afternoon to meet her brother -. for some time building a home for' Fla. 2-tf .... .. .. ... ........ .400. ,; .. ....... .. ............. . ... . ........ h ht'
\ J. B. Howser, returned to Hamlet,,
Mr. Carl Rupee, of Rome, Ga.,' Ohio., Wednesday. FOR SALE-Signs to advertise prop-

who came here with the hope of re Charles Buckley has a gang of men erty for sale can be obtained at the ,

gaining his health. clearing fifteen acres of ground for _- Valley-, Gazette--,_10-. _cents....._ -each.-- HOTEL MANHATTAN .... :

The funeral service of Mrs. Code Lillie Bros., which is to be set.out incitrus MISCELLANEOUS: G. B. Poe. Prop. ,,'-.s it f ,f\,s RULL BASS MARKET .
,\ Hill, who died from the effects of Across from A. c.. L. Statio.- .' )i I ,
\, fruit in February. .k ; ;J Fresh Meat" of AH Kink ,
burns received at her home Bear J _
Lake la.tweek, were conducted* at The Sunday its officers school for of the Narcoosseeelected ensuing WANTED-At serVe as general once hou, two emaid.women. Good to : .+rli; 1; . ,_y:; _,_ .I;. ".'',.\'.;<,f;. ".:.;, "' ".:.,. ',' . ," ''I ..' Er

the Baptist church here last Sunday Apply at Runnymede hotel ,1" "
year S. E, Waters, superintendent; wages. H. C. STANFORD COMPANY "i
morning, and the interment followedat 3-tf
D. E. Proper, assistant; Mattie Tison, I Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, "
the Apopka cemetery. Mrs. Hill x CLARK &: MEIKLEJONReal X
secretary and treasurer; Mildred Furnishing and Notion
was an elderly lady and leaves a husband Page, assintant I WANTED-Pupils for piano or or- i $ ;;
and two children, a son and gan.: Call on or address Mrs. V. i -!Ifi- Estate '
H. II Hull m attending court this I B. Dombaugh, 21 Sumner St. 51-tf
daughter, besides a host of friends
to mourn the loss. week. i I ROUGH LEMON SETS for sale, $16 DUTTON-HARRIS CO.

Miss Mildred Williford has returned I per thousand. Henry W. Smith SHOES ter- I
SUNDAY SCHOOL Wauchula, Fla. 6112tpfLOSTAds
to Orlando and resumed her studies Broadway

there in the high school. OFFICERS FOR 1914: placed in the Valley Ga- !ffi_ WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY {
At the election of officers for the zette have found articles for :
from L.een- more .
Dr. was over Presbyterian Sunday school last Sunday I the owner than any other one kind COMPANY .
last week for several days look- CO. :
burg for the year 1914 the following of publicity. Five cents per line. i 1 1ti
Everything for the Horn. ,
ing after some of his real estate interests I
here. He likes Apopka very were elected: WANT ADS in the Valley Gazetteare J..E. Rush Manager. !ill- ,
J. B. Hale, superintendent; W. L. the means of selling and rent-
, much and talks of locating here
Moscley, assistant superintendent J-!
; ing property when all other means '
this his home. } NELSON REALTY
on and making COMPANY
Miss Jean Thomas, secretary; Miss
fail. Try it once. 5 cents a line.
.... Mr. John A. Lerch of Ohio and Mr. I Helen Perdew, assistant secretary; i No. 9 Darlington ATM !IiIi f

M. C. Merrill of New Hampshire Ralph Bearden, treasurer; and Miss FOR RENT. !

came over from Orlando last Thurs- Medora Russell, organist.The ; ai !
for investments in real DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. 1
day, looking
school presented A. S. Nelson Tiller. -Hr:;
estate. They 'Raid before leaving u beautiful Bible Christmas in tokenof i D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE '
that they were more than pleasedand appreciation of his services as au- FOR RENT-comlortable bed room, iFI F. H. LAWSON .

expressed their intention of returning periptendent and last 'Sunday they centrally located. Large porch. 5 I Cub Store AGENCY 'I
later and J. W. Prentis. 42-tf .. A .
purchasing some Brack St.
showed their still
appreciation further t 10( Broadway
of the fine bargains they saw in Apop
by passing unanimous vote a FOR RENT OR SALE -Twostorystore $
,ka.The resolution of thanks and commendation building on Brack St., North
outlook now is good for Apopkato of his work.REGISTRATION. Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf

.... secure a lumber yard and novelty i .. L HUNTER LAND CO. I

>rks at an early date. BOOKS OPEN Ot oooo oooooo Real Eitat .
." ARGUS.Orange Supervisor of Registration C. W. t.. i ,
I Griffin has appointed his deputies in $ .
__ .
the several precincts, and the booksare It you want an 8-room house !Ii
now open for all who care to reg- clove In, modern In every way, i W. B. MAKINSON CO. Yi ;

II Center II ister.register All if voters they desire will be to required participatein to I1BOO, cash. tfUS tftf Hardware, Cutlery Boat SnppB W. G. HANKINS, l ,,

the primary, regardless of whether It you want a (-room house on i ., and Machinery.Ifi Adding Machine and Typewriters .
they have registered before or not. good street lot 100xU1%, $200 o
Dear Gazette: Books are in the hands of the following cash. '

Once more we are helped up with deputies in the various precincts --II!
It you want a S-room hou.eand iiI
the hope'of getting good roads throughto : ifa .
Creek 10 acrea of land. IIIOO ca.h;
No.2-Shingle George C.
Orlando and Klssimmee. We are DANN'S '
Bronson. i very easy term on balance DEPARTMENT STORE +
expecting the road overseer and the which l I. but little., .
No. 3.-Campbell, Dan Lanier.No. i Dry Geeds,Clothing,SIa..F..Id. .
county surveyor every day now, they ..-St. Cloud, A. E. Drought. It you want a 10-acre tract.ttOO y;-. p
having received orders from the boardof No 5.-Lanier, Young Tindall.No. $100 caah. a i 5 ud'IOc Store / .

commissioners to that effect 6.-Whittier, Randalph Young.No. a KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
county Bassinger, W. H. Walker.No. If you want a 10-acre tract -'!m 1i ; I
, last Monday at the regular meet- 8.-Narcoouee. F. W. Hill. $>60. flOO __b. a i
ing. One of bur citizens who never a i
The income tax the federal If you want a 10-aare tract J.W.FRENTOOrgans ,
Jeeps in 'attendance an dhis report government
was '400, $100 cash. ifJjj.m m:; !Ii.;,
will collect
f of .the action taken by the commissioner from certain wealthy 1TslkI.o. MncUnonSewing rn
is very satisfactory to our women in this country has brought Easy terms ta salt purchaser. i ',\ I"
on eltber of above propertlea.Ask f;
., community. Some of these daya we up the cry of "taxation without rep f "'. ./ Ii' .
trill have roads or-which we are not resentation" again but this tIm. It is Mr. Summer f y; !

I shamed and then we will Insist onyour from some of those "stiffs. Whydon't
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. coming out to see us. We will they marry some of those mU- \',
the 2nd Av. W. .febnrt
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know lion lonesome single men we havewith }
make glad us.
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